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Aaron  King
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Aaron King

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Date of Birth 07/26/1984
Height 6'1
Weight 180
University North Carolina State
Birthplace Denver, CO
Previous Clubs Colorado Rapids, Charleston Battery, Carolina RailHawks, Miami FC
 
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2010 Season

Played in all 23 games of the season, with nine starts (vs. Austin, at Puerto Rico: 6/19, vs. Puerto Rico: 7/15, vs. Miami: 7/25, vs. Portland, at Austin: 8/7, at Puerto Rico: 8/11, at Miami: 8/14 and vs. Vancouver)… First on team and fourth in USSF D-2 with 18 points... Nine goals is tied for second in USSF D-2 and first on the squad this season… One of only four players to see action in all 23 games… Scored first goal in Rowdies history against Baltimore on April 16th... Recorded his second goal on May 8th against Austin... His third goal of the year gave the Rowdies a 2-1 victory over Puerto Rico (5/29)… Only Rowdie to score in match vs. Montreal (6/12)… Notched his fifth goal in a 2-0 victory against Miami FC (7/25)… Scored his sixth goal on July 31 against Portland… Scored his seventh and eighth goals at Miami FC (8/14)… Recorded his ninth goal in match vs. Vancouver (8/19).

2010 Regular Season Stats

Min GP GS G A PTS S F CT SO
915 23
9
9
0
18 21
12
0 0

Biography

Aaron King, an American forward from Denver, Colorado, attended North Carolina State University playing for the men’s soccer team for four years starting in 2002. While at NC State, he scored 44 goals, had 15 assists and was named a 2005 Second Team All American.

King was then drafted by the Los Angeles Galaxy during the 2006 MLS SuperDraft and later played for the Charleston Battery from 2007 to 2008. He played for the Battery in 62 games scoring 10 goals in two seasons. Most recently, King played for Miami FC during the 2009 season scoring three goals during his five appearances.

 
 
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Standings

NASL Conference PLD PTS
Carolina 29 44
Vancouver 29 44
Montreal 29 40
Miami 29 32
AC St Louis 29 29
Baltimore 29 24
USL Conference PLD PTS
Austin 28 53
Rochester 29 51
Portland 29 48
NSC Minnesota 30 40
Puerto Rico 29 36
FC Tampa Bay 29 29