2000: Coming off the bench, Simpson provided Marquette with some serious offensive firepower. A speedy and dangerous attacker, Simpson often came of the bench late in the first half and through the second half to provide Marquette with another option for goal scoring. Simpson played in 14 of MU's 19 matches and earned one start. He scored five goals on the season with one assist. He made his collegiate debut against Northwestern (Sept. 12), but it was two matches later against Oakland (Sept. 19) in which he scored his first goal. Against Drake (Sept. 22), Simpson scored a goal and recorded an assist in the Golden Eagles' 3-2 win. After a goal against UMKC (Sept. 27), Simpson was scoreless for three matches until he scored in back-to-back games against Valparaiso (Oct. 8) and Wis.-Green Bay (Oct. 10).
1999: Was not a member of the team.
At Brookfield East: Simpson was a member of the Brookfield East state championship team in 1997 with current teammates Sean Reti and Tony Walby. He was an all-state performer following his senior season. He recorded 29 career assists and 19 career goals. Simpson was a member of the Wisconsin Olympic Developmental Program. He also lettered in track in high school.
Personal: Born Dec. 6, 1979, Simpson is the son of Jon and Vicki Simpson. He has one sister, Effie.
Simpson's Career Stats
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