2007 (RS-Senior) - 2007 M.A.C. Hermann Trophy candidate...Soccer America preseason All-American...named to Lowe's Senior CLASS All-American team and was a preseason candidate for the Lowe's Senior Class Award...second-team All-Pac-10...tabbed Pac-10 Scholar Athlete of the Year for men's soccer...Pac-10 All-Academic first-team selection for third-straight season...started first 11 games before being diagnosed with a season-ending stress fracture in his left foot in mid-October...was Pac-10's leading scorer up until that point with six goals and 15 points...also served career-high three assists ...two-time Soccer America National Team of the Week honoree (Sept. 5, Sept. 18) ...College Soccer News National Player of the Week (Sept. 17) after scoring two of UW's three goals in road wins over then-No. 28 New Mexico and then-No. 3 SMU...named Pac-10 Player of the Week (Sept. 4) following third career hat trick in 5-1 win over Cal State Bakersfield...scored overtime gamewinner vs. Furman (Sept. 23).
2006 (RS-Junior) - Established himself as one of the top goal scorers in the nation...played and started 19 games... 2006 Pac-10 Player of the Year... first-team NSCAA/adidas All-Far West Region...was a first-team All-Pac-10 and first-team Pac-10 All-Academic honoree for second time in his career...garnered NSCAA Scholar All-America second-team and NSCAA Scholar All-Region first team acclaim...led team with career-high 16 goals, three away from a school record of 19 and the most scored by a Husky since 1989...finished the season ranked eighth in the nation in goals per game (0.84) and 14th in points per game (1.74)...led the Pac-10 in shots (104), points (33), goals (16) and gamewinning goals (nine)...twice selected to Soccer America National Team of the Week (Sept. 7 and Sept. 20)...named Pac-10 Player of the Week (Sept. 5)...tallied four multiple-goal efforts including two hat tricks...notched a three-goal performance in UW's 3-0 NCAA First Round win over Creighton (Nov. 10), the first Husky to score three goals in an NCAA match...also scored three goals against Air Force (Sept. 1)...tallied five goals in the team's first two matches versus UC Davis (Aug. 25) and Air Force...was 2-for-4 on penalty kick attempts...named to Middleton Cycle and Fitness All-Tournament Team after scoring the gamewinner in overtime versus Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Sept. 10) to give UW the tournament title...also named the Offensive MVP of the Husky Fever Classic, scoring three goals in two games versus Northern Illinois (Sept. 15) and Marshall (Sept. 17)...scored gamewinning goal on a penalty kick in overtime to lead UW to 2-1 Oregon State (Nov. 3) in regular season finale.
2005 (Junior) - Used redshirt season due to foot injury (plantar fasciitis).
2004 (Sophomore) - Emerged as Washington's top offensive threat...played 19 matches, starting 16...one of three players in the conference to earn first-team honors on both the All-Pac-10 team and the Pac-10 All-Academic team...named to CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII team...led squad with nine goals and 20 points...tallied two assists...finished second in the Pac-10 in goals (nine) and goals per game (0.47)...scored gamewinners versus St. Mary's (Sept. 17) and UC Irvine (Sept. 24)...played a part in both goals versus UC Irvine, assisting the second in a 2-0 win...scored a pair of goals in the first 27 minutes of NCAA First Round match with Portland (Nov. 19) to give UW an early 2-0 lead...earned Husky Fever Classic Offensive MVP honors...led the team with 45 shots...took season-high six shots against Oregon State (Nov. 14).
2003 (Freshman) - Played in 19 games, starting 12...scored a trio of goals on 13 shots...first collegiate goal came in his Husky debut versus UNLV (Aug. 30)...scored game-winning goal against Marquette (Sept. 21) and assisted Leo Totev's goal against Michigan (Sept. 19), helping earn him Marquette Invitational All-Tournament Team honors...added a goal vs. Fresno State (Oct. 3).
PERSONAL: Kevin Christopher Forrest...parents are Theresa and Ward...mother is an office manager and father works in sales...father played soccer for Washington (1972-75) and for the Seattle Sounders...has three sisters, Catie, who teaches in New York City, Julie who works in sales in Seattle, and Maddie who is a junior at Washington State...Julie played soccer at Portland State...interests include the EPL, golf, racquetball, guitar, reading and minesweeper...majoring in business with an emphasis in marketing.
KEVIN FORREST'S CAREER STATISTICS