Chris Feigenbaum

Chris Feigenbaum


Fayetteville, Ga.

High School:
Fayette County

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 150



Saac Test

Saac Test


No. 13 UCF Blanks Marshall on Senior Night

UCF concludes regular season with a win.


No. 13 Men's Soccer to Conclude Regular Season at Home vs. Marshall

Knights to honor seniors prior to match.

2011 (Senior): Played in eight games...Recorded a pair of shots on the year...On senior night, logged 45 minutes in the win over Marshall.

2010 (Junior): Saw action in six games, but did not make a start... Played 126 minutes, including a season-high 37 minutes in the opening game against Jacksonville.

2009 (Sophomore): Played in 10 games his sophomore season, starting once against No. 12 Tulsa on Nov. 7, 2009...Netted a go-ahead goal in victory over North Florida on Sept. 4, 2009...Took five shots, including two on goal...Was invited to tryout with Puerto Rico National Team.

2008 (Freshman): Saw action in 19 games in his first season in a UCF uniform, including making 14 starts...Scored his first collegiate goal in a 3-1 victory over North Florida on Sept. 24...Took six shots during the campaign, including four shots on goal.

Prior to UCF: Attended Fayette County High School in Georgia, playing for coach Rick Corwin...A two-year team captain and offensive MVP...Scored 17 goals in 17 games as a senior en route to a all-region first-team selection...Member of the U20 Puerto Rican National Team, playing in three U20 World Cup qualifying matches...Competed in adidas ESP where his team was crowned camp champions...Was a member of the AFC Lightning Team, which participated in the USSF Academy League's inaugural season...Served as a two-time state cup semifinalist...Club coach was Steve Muccillo...Played with the Atlanta Silverback U17 which won the South Atlantic Division of the Super-Y League in 2007...Suited up for the Conquistadores de Guynabo U16 Team in Puerto Rico to help the squad win the Nations Cup in 2004...Participated in the Georgia and Alabama Olympic Development Programs.

Personal:Born Christopher Lucas Feigenbaum in Monterey, Calif....Son of Shawn and Liliana Feigenbaum...Father played tennis at the University of Southern Colorado...Plans to major in business.

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