Ryan Robb
Ryan  Robb


Ampthill, England

High School:
Redbourne Upper




Team Award Winners Announced at End-of-Season Gathering

Team, individual successes in 2012 recognized


Marquette Falls To Northwestern 1-0 in NCAA Second Round

Golden Eagles finish season 16-4-1 overall


Men's Soccer Senior Interviews

Huftalin, Robb, and Selvaggi discuss their time at MU


No. 5/3 Marquette Seeks Division Title Saturday Against No. 8/7 Irish

Six players to be recognized on


No. 5/4 Marquette Cruises Past Pittsburgh 4-0

Huftalin tallies two goals, two assists in victory

2012: BIG EAST All-Academic Team ...Two-year Marquette co-captain ... MU's active leader in career matches played ... Started the first two matches of the season for MU in the defensive midfield, but missed the next two matches due to a foot contusion ... Returned to the starting lineup in the team's 3-0 win over Western Illinois (Sept. 8) ... Recorded his first assist of the season on the opening goal of MU's 2-1 double-overtime win vs. Wisconsin (Sept. 26).

2011:BIG EAST All-Academic Team ... Started 18 of 19 games at central defensive midfielder during his junior season ... Served as co-captain alongside senior Calum Mallace and sophomore Eric Pothast ... Finished season ranked second on the team in minutes played (1,695) ... Had an assist in the season-opener against UIC (Aug. 27) ... Played an integral role as the holding midfielder for the Golden Eagles and dictated the tempo in the center of Marquette's attack and defense ... Received four yellow cards during the season.

2010: Saw the most minutes of any Golden Eagle with 1,735 minutes ... Was one of three players to see action in every game, and the only MU player to start in every match ... Second on the team with four assists on the season ... Was credited with a pair of assists in MU's 3-2 overtime win over Seton Hall (Oct. 30) ... Assisted on both of MU's goals in a 2-0 win over Wright State (Oct. 6) ... Scored the equalizer in 1-1 draw vs. No. 3/4 Connecticut (Oct. 1) ... Goal vs. UConn was his first of the season, unassisted in the 80th minute.

2009: Honored as MU's Newcomer of the Year ... Played in 13 games in his debut season ... Started at midfielder in last nine matches of the season, including MU's match vs. USF in the first round of the BIG EAST Men's Soccer Championship ... Tallied his first collegiate goalvs.Pittsburgh (Oct. 31)... Recordedfirst collegiate assist in the same match ... finished with three points on the season, including nine shots and six shots on goal ... His .667 shots-on-goal percentage ranked second on the team ... One of 11 MU players named to the 2009-10 BIG EAST All-Academic Team.

Prior to Marquette: Native of England ... Captained his Redbourne Upper School team ... Helped team winBedfordshire Divisionand 2008 County Cup runner-up ... Also played withBarton Rovers FC and was named the squad's 2008 Most Improved Player ... Played for Milton Keynes Wanderers in 2006 ... Led team to Rushden and Diamonds Academy Cup ... Also played for Crystal Palace and Luton Town youth academy teams.

Personal: Born Jan. 12, 1991 in Ampthill, Bedfordshire, England ... Son of James and Nicola Robb ... Played golf, cricket, rugby, and table tennis in high school ... Graduated high school with a perfect GPA ... majoring in biomedical science.




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