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    Aaron King

    Denver, Colo.

    High School:
    Smoky Hill

    Height / Weight:
    6-2 / 175


    Career: Selected in the 2006 MLS Draft in the 4th Round with the 48th pick by the Los Angeles Galaxy ...Traded to the Colorado Rapids before the start of training camp ...Finished his career fourth in school history with 44 career goals and seventh in career points with 103 ...Scored a total of 22 goals over the final 27 games of his career.

    2005: Named a 2005 NSCAA/adidas Second-Team All-American ... Was team All-America selection by College Soccer News ...Named to the first-team All-ACC for the third straight season ...First Pack player since goalkeeper Kyle Campbell (94-96) to be named three straight seasons ...First field player since Dario Brose (88-90) to do so as well ...Named National Player of the Week by College Soccer News after helping Pack defeat Charlotte and Clemson ...Named to Soccer America's Team of the Week a total of three times ...Named ACC Player of the Week after the wins over No. 3 Maryland and Elon ...Finished the regualr season second in the ACC in goals and points per game ...Started all 19 games ...Led the Pack with 15 goals and 33 points ...33 points are the most for a Pack player since Roy Lassiter had 40 in 1991 ...Scored at least one goal in 13 of the 19 games on the season ...Started the season scoring in five straight games, and the first 11 games that the Pack was not shutout ...Had three game-winners on the year ...Scored the Pack's lone goal in the upset of No. 3 Maryland ... Had both goals in the 2-1 win over Charlotte ...Alkso had two goals in the 3-1 ACC win over Boston College ... Also added three assists.

    2004: Named to the first-team All-ACC for the second straight season ... Named team MVP ...Earned ACC Player of the Week honors once ...Led NC State with 11 goals and 22 points on the season ...Also tops on the team with four game-winning goals and 54 shots ...Started 17 contests, missing the season-opener with an ankle injury ...Scored seven goals in the final eight games of the season ...Also scored seven of the Pack's final nine goals of the year ...Notched the game-winner against #6 Duke with less than two minutes remaining ...Scored both goals in the Pack's win over Virginia Tech to close the regular season ...Recorded another two-goal effort in the win over Stony Brook ...Had the game-winner in overtime to down Columbia, and had the game-winner against Campbell ...Earlier in the season, he had a streak of four straight games with a goal.

    2003: Named first-team All-ACC ... First NC State player honored on the first-team since 1999, and the first forward from NC State since 1991 ... Started all 20 games, one of only three field players to do so ...Led team with 11 goals and 26 points ...Both marks tied him for second in the ACC for the season ... Tied for the ACC lead with five game-winning goals ... Second on Pack with four assists ...NC State was 7-1 in games in which he scored a goal, lone loss was against William & Mary ...Had a total of three games in which he scored two goals ...Had two goals and two assists in the season opening win against Georgia Southern ...Also had two goals against Campbell and both NC State goals in the win over UNC Greensboro ... Game-winner against UNCG came with less then four minutes remaining ... Led team with 68 shots on goal, almost triple the next highest total ... Named to the Duke All-Tournament Team.

    2002: Led NC State with 22 points on the season, the most for a NC State player since 1996 ... First freshman to lead NC State in points since 1992 (Mark Jonas) ... Also led the squad with seven goals ... Finished second on the team with eight assists ... Assists rank as the ninth-best season in school history ... Only field player to start all 19 games ... Scored all three goals in NC State's win over Charleston Southern ... Final game came three minutes into overtime ... Had one goal and one assist in the win over Radford ... Scored his first career goal in his first career game, against Georgia Southern ... That goal came less then a minute into the contest ... Scored goals in back-to-back games against VMI and Duke ... Recorded two assists in the Pack's win over George Washington ... Also had two assists against East Carolina ... Led team with 47 shots.

    Prep, etc: Attended Smoky Hill High School ... Lettered all four years ... Teammate of fellow senior John Queeley ... Member of Colorado Olympic Development Program (ODP) and Region IV teams ... Helped Smoky Hill win a state championship in 2000 ... Has played for the Colorado Rush club team ... Named all-state in 2001.

    King's Career Statistics
    Year	GP-GS	Shots	G	A	Pts
    2002	19-19	47	7	8	22
    2003	20-20	68	11	4	26
    2004	17-17	54	11	0	22
    2005	19-19	68	15	3	33
    Totals	75-75	237	44	15	103

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