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John Klein
Player Profile:
John Klein 3138209
Position: Midfielder
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 145
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Columbia, Mo.
High School: Rock Bridge
Club: Portland Timbers U19
Major: Sports Business


2018 • Freshman | Game-by-Game Stats
• Voted the Atlantic 10 Conference Freshman of the Year and second-team All-Conference.
• Freshman Best XI second-team.
• Third-team All-Region (United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division I Men's All-Southeast Region).
• Led Billikens with nine goals, six of which came during conference play.
• The nine goals were the most by a Billiken since Robert Kristo's 14 scores in 2014.
• Additionally, the nine tallies were the most by a Billiken rookie since Vedad Ibisevic scored 18 times in 2003.
• Appeared in all 17 matches, making 13 starts.
• Turned in two-goal games against La Salle and Saint Joseph's.
• Added an assist against La Salle for a career-high five points.
• Named A-10 Rookie of the Week after scoring twice in a draw against Saint Joseph's.
• Scored in back-to-back victories against Tulsa and Central Arkansas.

• Has appeared in 31 games (29 starts) for his Portland Timbers U19 academy team and has tallied five goals.
• Was one of a select few players in the Timbers organization to sign a USL Academy contract with Timbers 2 (USL).
• Prepped one season at Rock Bridge High School, where he was named the district's Player of the Year after scoring 15 goals and registering 16 assists.
• His family is part of the SLU soccer heritage – his grandfather, John, was a member of the Billikens' national championship teams in 1959 and 1960.
• His father, John, played at SLU from 1985-86.
• Finally, his great uncle, Tom, played for the Billikens in 1961 and the national-championship season in 1962.

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