Another college player is hoping to earn a contract with the New England Revolution as George Mason midfielder/forward Timi Mulgrew was in Foxboro yesterday as a camp participant.
As a senior, Mulgrew collected a career-high 13 goals to help him earn First Team Atlantic 10 honors. He was also named First Team All-Midwest while sharing VaSID Co-Player of the Year honors.
At a program level, Mulgrew ended his time with George Mason tied for the ninth most goals in Patriots history (26) while being fourth best in shots (170).
Perhaps most impressive about Mulgrew's stat line is that he had seven game-winning goals during his final season at George Mason. This number was tied for the most in NCAA Division I.
Despite his solid collegiate career, was not invited to the 2015 MLS Combine and ultimately went untouched in the SuperDraft.
Mulgrew joins Georgetown’s Tyler Rudy and UNC-Wilmington’s Jacob VanCompernolle as known collegiate invitees looking join the Revolution roster.