UND Roster

2010-11 Men's Soccer Roster

#11 Steven Perry


Weight 175 lbs.
Class Senior
Hometown Edmond, OK
High School Bishop McGuinness

Played in 75 career games, including 33 starts • tallied 15 goals and eight assists • received all-conference and all-region honors during his senior campaign • named team MVP as a senior • earned four monograms • National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Scholar All-American • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • selected by the New England Revolution during the third round of the 2011 Major League Soccer (MLS) SuperDraft.

AS A SENIOR: A starter in all 20 matches • notched career-high totals in goals (12), assists (4) and points (28) • his goal total led all BIG EAST Conference players, while he was tied for first in points • received the Notre Dame Monogram Club Team MVP Award • copped first-team all-BIG EAST honors • received second-team All-Great Lakes Region accolades • an NSCAA Scholar All-American • two-time selection to the TopDrawerSoccer national team of the week • named to the BIG EAST weekly honor roll twice • produced a team-best five game-winning goals • had three multiple-goal games • netted both Irish goals in a 2-0 win over Drake during the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament • selected to the TopDrawerSoccer national team of the week for his performance against the Bulldogs • began a three-game goal streak by depositing the lone tally (70th minute) in a 1-0 triumph of St. John[apos]s • followed that up by netting the equalizer in the 79th minute in a 1-1 draw against Northwestern at Toyota Park • the streak continued as he scored the game winner in the 85th minute during a 2-1 besting of Providence • his goal streak ended against Indiana, yet he still assisted on both Irish tallies in the 2-1 victory over the Hoosiers • scored the team[apos]s lone goal in a 2-1 setback at West Virginia • selected to the BIG EAST weekly honor roll for his efforts against Indiana and West Virginia • the point streak continued with a two-goal effort in a 4-1 triumph of Marquette • produced a goal and an assist in a 3-1 win at Seton Hall • knotted the Pittsburgh match, 1-1, 19 seconds after the Panthers grabbed the lead and the Irish went on to win 3-2 • netted the first two goals in a 3-0 besting of Georgetown • named to the TopDrawerSoccer national team of the week and the BIG EAST weekly honor roll for his performances in the wins over Pittsburgh and Georgetown • assisted on the goal that evened the second round NCAA Championship match versus Dartmouth 1-1 in the 74th minute, yet the Irish went on to fall 2-1 in overtime • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • garnered his fourth monogram.

AS A JUNIOR: Played in all 23 matches • made 10 starts • totaled five points on two goals and one assist • attempted 29 shots • tallied Notre Dame[apos]s second goal (50th minute) in a 5-0 win over Michigan in the season opener • put the Irish up 2-0 in the 60th minute in a 4-0 triumph of No. 7 Louisville • assisted on the team[apos]s lone goal in a 3-1 setback to Northwestern during the second round of the NCAA Championship • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • garnered his third monogram.

AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 20 matches • registered four points on one goal and two assists • all of those numbers were career-best totals • scored the first goal (36th minute) of his Fighting Irish career in a 4-1 win over Duke at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic • notched assists in back-to-back 3-0 victories over Syracuse and Cincinnati • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star • earned monogram.

AS A FRESHMAN: A contributor to the Fighting Irish during his rookie campaign by appearing in 12 matches, including three starts • one point on one assist • made his first start in a 1-0 win over St. John[apos]s in the BIG EAST tournament quarterfinals • gave the team valuable minutes during the season by coming off the bench and playing the forward position • made his collegiate debut in a 1-1 draw against Northern Illinois at the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament • his lone point of the season came as he assisted on the first goal of the game (5th minute) in a 2-1 win over No. 19 DePaul in the BIG EAST tournament semifinals • earned a monogram.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A 2006 NSCAA High School Scholar All-American • a 2005 Notre Dame Elite Soccer Camp all-star selection • team MVP at Bishop McGuinness as a sophomore, junior and senior • selected as his team[apos]s top offensive player as a sophomore in 2005 and senior in 2007 • led his team in scoring the past two seasons • named to the all-city second team his junior year by The Daily Oklahoman • named The Daily Oklahoman offensive player of the year his senior season • named The Daily Oklahoman/Jim Thorpe Association Scholar-Athlete of the Year his senior year • 2007 All-State Team • 2007 Soccer State Champions • 40 goals, 10 assists during senior year • the 40 goals were a state single-season record • scored in all 18 games his senior season • three-time team captain • also captained his club team, Padova `89, for three seasons • his club team took home the state title in 2002, 2003 and 2005 • team also was a state-finalist in 2004 and 2006 • was a kicker on his high school football team for two seasons, including the 2006 campaign when his team won the state title • competed in track • state champion in the 4×100 relay in 2006 • that same year his team won the state title in track • in track his senior year he won the high jump (6[apos] 6′), the 4x400m relay, runner-up in the long jump and the team state championship • named to The Daily Oklahoman Little all-city track team senior year • named to the all-state team in 2006 (4x100m relay) and 2007 for high jump and 4x400m relay • member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honors Society • from the same hometown as former Irish teammate Bright Dike • born September 7, 1988 • son of Michael and Janet Perry • has two sisters • graduated from the Mendoza College of Business with a finance degree • finished with a 3.467 cumulative GPA .

Perry[apos]s Career Statistics

Year G-S Sh G A Pts GW
2007 12-3 2 0 1 1 0
2008 20-0 6 1 2 4 1
2009 23-10 29 2 1 5 0
2010 20-20 73 12 4 28 5
Totals 75-33 110 15 8 38 6