Junior Season (2004): Appeared and started in all 18 matches ... served as team captain ... named to Conference USA All-Tournament team after scoring a goal in both the semifinals and finals ... scored a goal in four straight contests to end the season, and in six of his last eight matches ... scored game-winner in C-USA semifinals against Charlotte in double-overtime ... had the first tally of the game against Memphis in the C-USA title game ... scored two goals in as many games on Oct. 20 and 22 against No. 11 USF and Birmingham-Southern, respectively ... tallied a pair of assists in the BSC win, a 4-0 shutout of the nation's leading goal-scoring team ... scored first goal of game against Louisville (11/3) ... scored his fourth goal in six contests in win over DePaul (11/6) ... notched four shots against Kentucky (10/30) ... tallied six goals, two assists, 44 shots, 17 on goal, for the year ... named to Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Sophomore Season (2003): Returned from two-year mission trip to play in 16 games, starting three times ... had two goals, three assists and seven points during season ... recorded a goal and assist in 2-1 victory over Louisville in C-USA Tournament ... also scored against USF ... had season-best four shots against Marshall.
2001 & 2002 Seasons: Served Mormon mission
Freshman Season (2000): Played in 11 contests during the 2000 campaign, starting once ... scored two goals in first two games as a collegiate player ... first goal of career came against College of Charleston ... also scored a game-winning goal with just 16 seconds remaining against nationally-ranked North Carolina ... was named the MVP of the Nike Classic ... recorded 15 shots during season.
High School: Was named as Alabama's High School Player of the Year for the 2000 season ... set the national scoring record with 80 goals during his senior season ... also tallied 45 assists during season ... led Wetumpka HS to the state championship game during his senior season ... scored at least one goal in every match during the 2000 season ... accounted for 127 goals during high school career ... was team MVP for the 1998, 1999 and 2000 campaign's.
Other Soccer Info: Played club soccer with the Capital City Streaks ... was also a member of the Alabama State Olympic Development Team for two years.
Personal: Full name is Jason Ray McLaughlin ... majoring in philosophy ... born April 14, 1982.