Men's Soccer

Daniel Lopez
Daniel Lopez


Red Oak, Texas

High School:
Red Oak

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 150



2007: Started 18 of the 21 games in which he played ... One of the most experienced players on the team - now has played in 65 games in three seasons, starting 55 ... Registered one assist in 2007 in SMU win (10/24/07) at South Carolina ... Took six shots in 2007, including three shots on goal.

2006: Saw action in 22 games, including 21 starts ... Posted two assists on three shots ... Member of SMU Mi Cocina Classic All-Tournament team.

2005: Played in 22 games, starting 16 ... Posted one assist and took five shots ... Played a majority of the season in the defensive backfield ... Selected to the 2005 Conference USA All-Freshman team ... Listed among the top 100 "Freshmen to Watch" by

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Red Oak High School and has served as team captain all four years ... Totaled 52 goals and 32 assists in high school ... 2004-05 Dallas Morning News Boys Soccer Player of the Year ... Named All-Southwest Team MVP (2003) by the Dallas Morning News ... Selected second-team midfielder on Dallas Morning News All-Area Team (2003) ... Served as team captain for Dallas Texans club team ...Member of Who's Who Among American High School Students since 2004 ... Two-time District 9-4A MVP and named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/adidas All-State and All-Region teams in 2003 ... High school team won 4A state championship in 2003 ... Named to the 4A State All-Tournament Team in 2003 ... Sigh school team posted record of 73-17-5 during his career ... 2002 Newcomer of the Year ... Selected to the North Texas State Team in 2002 and 2003 ... Member of the state ODP team in 2002 and 2003.

Personal: Majoring in philosophy ... Enjoys playing soccer and fishing ... Favorite non-soccer athlete is Carl Lewis ... Listens to classic rock music ... Would most like to visit New Zealand ... Has two older brothers ... Parents are David and Leticia Lopez.

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