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Michael King
Michael King

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Spring, Texas

High School:
Klein Oak

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 138

Position:
Defender


11/13/2012

Mustangs Host Winthrop In NCAA First Round Thursday At 7 P.M.

Tickets are $2 for fans who donate two canned food items

11/10/2012

No. 20 Mustangs Face Tulsa For C-USA Championship On Sunday

Game is nationally televised at 1 p.m. on CBS Sports Network

11/09/2012

No. 20 Mustangs Advance To C-USA Championship On Penalty Kicks Against Kentucky

SMU won penalty kicks, 4-1

11/07/2012

No. 20 Mustangs Face Kentucky On Friday In C-USA Semifinals

Kickoff set for 5 p.m. on Friday in Hoover, Ala.

11/06/2012

No. 20 Mustangs Dominate Conference USA Season Awards

McClements named Coach of the Year, Ibarra tabbed Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year

2013 (So.): Played and started in 15 matches for the Mustangs ... Recorded one assist in SMU's 2-1 loss at No. 1 Indiana on Aug. 30 ... Tallied six shot, including three on goal ... Saw 1,352 minutes of action anchoring the backline ... Named to the Jason's Deli SMU Invitational All-Tournament Team.

2012 (Fr.): Started 19 games ... Averaged over 94 minutes per game; played 1792 of a possible 1920 minutes on the season ... Earned his first career start in the season opener 8/24 against Campbell.

Prior to SMU: Comes to SMU ranked as the No. 23 player in the nation by College Soccer News, No. 24 and a four-star recruit by TopDrawerSoccer, and the No. 37 prospect by ESPN Rise ... Plays club for Texas SC Houston ... Was a member of the U-17 national team and was one of the final 24 players in selection for the U-17 World Cup ... Has been selected to several USSF Academy select teams ... Was a three-year letterwinner at Klein Oak.

Awards:

2013 SMU Invitational All-Tournament Team
2012 Conference USA All-Freshman Team
TopDrawerSoccer National Team of the Week (Oct. 1-7, 2012)

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