Prior to Marquette: Ferguson came to Marquette following two seasons at Costal Carolina. He started 15 matches and played in 27 over his two year span with the Chanticleers. In those two years, Coastal Carolina advanced to the NCAA tournament twice. While at Coastal Carolina, he was named to the Big South Conference Academic Honor Roll. Prior to his time at Coastal Carolina, Ferguson team captain and Most Valuable Player as a senior at Dunlop. He was selected Second Team All-State by the Chicago Tribune and Second Team All-Academic by the Chicago Fire. Ferguson was also named Peoria Journal Star All-Area and mid-Illini Conference First Team honors as a sophomore, junior and senior. He was named Second Team All-Conference and Rookie of the Year as a freshman. He also ran track at Dunlap his sophomore year, when he went to the state meet. He also led his club team, the SFC `86 Premier, to two state titles, and he also won state, regional and national titles with the Chicago Magic in 2003.
Personal: Ferguson was born on October 10, 1985, to Anne and A. Cameron Ferguson. He has a sister, Colleen. His mother was a gymnast at Vermont and his sister plays soccer at St. Mary's. A Dean's scholar athlete at Coastal Carolina, Ferguson is a finance major.
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