2007 (Senior) - Co-Pac-10 Player of the Year...College Soccer News second-team All-American...NSCAA All-Far West Region third-team selection...first-team All-Pac-10...named Pac-10 Player of the Week for Oct. 23-29...finished the season as the Pac-10's leading scorer with 12 goals and 26 points...both were career-high...also contributed two assists...started all 21 matches...had five gamewinning goals and was 3-of-4 on penalty kicks...helped to take over the scoring load when fellow forward Kevin Forrest went down with a season-ending injury in mid-October, scoring nine of his 12 goals after Forrest was out...had three multiple goal games including a hat trick in 3-1 win over San Diego State (Oct. 19) for which he earned his conference Player of the Week honor...also had a pair of goals in 5-1 win over Cal State Bakersfield (Sept. 2)...scored two goals and assisted a third in a 4-2 win over Stanford...scored gamewinner in 1-0 upset of 24th-ranked UCLA (Oct. 28)...scored on a penalty kick to lead UW to a 1-0 victory over Portland (Nov. 23) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...assisted Kevin Forrest's goal in a 2-0 upset of third-ranked SMU (Sept. 16).
2006 (Junior) - Paired with teammate Kevin Forrest to make up one of the most lethal scoring combinations in the nation...played in 19 games, starting 18...second-team NSCAA/adidas All-Far West Region and first-team All-Pac-10 selection...named the Pac-10 Men's Soccer Player of the Week for Aug. 21-27 ... finished second on squad with seven goals and 20 points...was third on the team in assists (six)...in final Pac-10 rankings was third in shots per game (2.84); fourth in shots (54), points per game (1.05) and goals per game (0.37); fifth in goals (seven), assists (six) and assists per game (0.32); and sixth in points (20)...was 3-for-4 on penalty kick attempts...contributed two goals and an assist in season debut vs. UC Davis (Aug. 25) for which he was named conference player of the week...tallied back-to-back goals in the 65th and 66th minutes against Northern Illinois (Sept. 15); also tallied an assist in same match...only gamewinning goal of the season came on a penalty kick which led UW to an upset over UCLA (Oct. 22)...assisted one of Forrest's three goals in NCAA first round win over Creighton (Nov. 10).
2005 (Sophomore) - Emerged as team's top offensive player...earned All-Pac-10 second-team acclaim...played in 17 matches, starting 16... scored four goals and totaled 11 points, both team highs...tied for second on the squad with three assists...named Husky Fever Classic Offensive MVP...scored the equalizing goal versus Wisconsin (Sept. 23) in the 74th minute, a match UW eventually won, 2-1, in double overtime...contributed a goal and an assist in 3-0 win versus Stanford (Oct. 23)...tallied a goal in each of UW's last two games, at Gonzaga (Nov. 6) and vs. Oregon State (Nov. 13)...versus Gonzaga, tied the match at 2-2 with a goal in the 86th minute that was followed two minutes later by a third UW goal to win...45 shot attempts were one fewer than team-leader Spencer Schmidt and 20 were on goal...took season-high eight shots versus Wisconsin.
2004 (Freshman) - Made significant contributions to the Husky offense in his rookie campaign...named Pac-10 Freshman/Newcomer of the Year...only UW true freshman to play in all 20 matches, starting 18...named to All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention team...recorded three goals and one assist...his three goals tied for second among Pac-10 freshmen and seven points tied for third...scored first collegiate goal against UC Irvine (Sept. 24)...also scored against No. 20 Stanford (Oct. 10) and UCLA (Nov. 5)...tallied one assist against UNLV (Sept 10)...took a total of 28 shots.
ELY ALLEN'S CAREER STATISTICS