TULSA -- A two-year letterwinner and starter . . . became the school's second All-American in 2003 . . . has started 38 of 40 games and boasts career numbers of 29 goals and 10 assists for 68 points . . . ranks sixth for goals and 10th in scoring among TU's career leaders . . . has eight career game-winning goals.
SOPHOMORE (2003) -- Started all 21 games . . . a 2003 second-team All-America selection by CollegeSoccerNews.com and was named to the All-America third-team by the NSCAA and Soccer America . . . tied the school record for points in a single season with 49 on 20 goals and nine assists . . . concluded the season ranked second in the nation in both scoring (2.3) and goals . . . ranked among the top scoring leaders in the country the entire season . . . his 20 goals ranks second among TU's single season leaders, while the nine assists ranked ninth . . . was the top scoring player in the MVC . . . named the MVC's Most Valuable Player and was selected to the all-MVC First Team . . . became the youngest player to earn MVP honors in the 12-year history of the league . . . named to the all-Midwest Region First Team . . . selected to the CollegeSoccerNews.com National Team of the Week on Sept. 15 and Nov. 4 and was tabbed to the Soccer America National Team of the Week on Nov. 5 . . . named the MVC Offensive Player of the Week three times, including Sept. 15, Oct. 13 and Nov. 4 . . . named to the preseason all-MVC team . . . selected to the SMU-Mi Cocina Classic and Microtel Inn & Suites/Golden Hurricane Classic all-tournament teams . . . named TU's "Man of the Match" vs. Drury, #24 New Mexico, Eastern Illinois and Drake . . . notched three game-winning goals, including against #24 New Mexico, #29 Stanford and Southwest Missouri State . . . turned two hat tricks on the year . . . scored three goals against both #24 New Mexico and Eastern Illinois . . . registered four multiple goal games . . . produced a goal or an assist in 18 of 21 games . . . named the team's Offensive Player of the Year.
FRESHMAN (2002) -- Started 17 of 19 games . . . posted nine goals and one assist for 19 points . . . led the team in both goals and scoring . . . an all-MVC second-team performer . . . was also named to the all-MVC Newcomer team . . . selected to the CollegeSoccerNews.com all-Freshman second team . . . was named by CollegeSoccerNews.com as a "Freshman Making an Impact" twice in 2002 . . . named the team's Offensive Player of the Year . . . was tabbed to the Microtel Inn & Suites/Golden Hurricane Kickoff Classic all-tournament team . . . named TU's "Man of the Match" four times, including Drury (Exh.), UW-Milwaukee, Oral Roberts and Bradley . . . tallied five game-winning goals and posted two multiple goal games . . . scored his first collegiate goal in TU's overtime upset of #15 UW-Milwaukee . . . registered game-winning goals against TCU, Gonzaga, Oral Roberts and Stanford . . . scored two goals against both Oral Roberts and in TU's upset win over top-ranked Stanford . . . scored TU's lone goal against #10 Bradley . . . recorded his only assist of the season against #10 Creighton.
PRIOR TO TULSA -- Was a four-year letterwinner at Madison High School . . . one of the nation's premier players as a senior . . . was featured in the "Faces in the Crowd" section of December 24-31, 2001, issue of Sports Illustrated . . . during his senior campaign, he tallied 62 goals and 12 assists for 136 points . . . rewrote the state of Ohio's high school record book for single season goals (62) and career goals (154) . . . owns his high school's record for single-season scoring (136), goals (62), single-game goals (7), consecutive hat tricks (6) and single-season hat tricks (13), all of which were set in 2001 . . . also owns the school's career scoring record of 154 points . . . was named the All-Ohio District Player of the Year and Ohio Heartland Conference Player of the Year both his junior and senior seasons . . . led his team to a 17-2 record as a senior and to a four-year mark of 54-14-5 . . . was a member of the Ohio ODP state team and helped the squad win regional championships in 1999 and 2001 . . . spent six years as a member of the Cleveland United club team . . . played in the Nike International Premier Cup Finals in France in 1998.
PERSONAL -- Majoring in history . . . born September 23, 1983 . . . one of three children of Ron and Rhonda Pore . . . sister, Regan, played volleyball for Baldwin-Wallace College.
Pore's Career Totals Year G-GS Shots Goals Asts Pts 2002 19-17 46 9 1 19 2003 21-21 79 20 9 49 Totals 40-38 125 29 10 68
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