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    Evan Oliver

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Los Angeles, Calif.

    High School:
    Loyola H.S.

    Height / Weight:
    5-10 / 177

    Position:
    Defense


    Has been plagued by injuries in his first two seasons and has not seen action in any contest during both the '98 and '99 campaigns if healthy and able to play, he will add depth to the Irish backfield plays the ball well in the air athletic player with good fundamentals one of five players on the Notre Dame roster from the state of California.

    AS A SOPHOMORE: Injuries for the second consecutive year prevented him from seeing any playing time in 1999.

    AS A FRESHMAN: Missed entire season following knee surgery in June prior to the start of the 1998 campaign.

    HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Two-year starter in the backfield at Loyola second-leading scorer on team as a senior as he finished with eight goals and five assists helped Loyola to Mission League co-championship for the second consecutive year as squad finished with a 28-3 record and registered 21 shutouts while outscoring opponents 77-15 squad registered a two-year record of 54-9-2 won state championship (first-ever state crown at Loyola), as well as California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) title in 1997 and earned final ranking of 19th in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America/Umbro Boys High School Poll selected for first-team honors by the CIF and Mission League two-year member of the District IV Olympic Development Team ('97 & '98) played club soccer for the Santa Anita Sting Premier Team where he led that squad to the Under-19 Coast League finals was a starter and captain for three years on the Real Madrid Redhawks prior to joining the Santa Anita team born April 4, 1980 enrolled as marketing major in the College of Business.

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