McKauly Tulloch

McKauly Tulloch


Kingston, Jamaica

High School:
St. George's College HS

Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 180


• Appeared in 13 matches, making 10 starts
• Totaled five goals and one assist for 11 points
• Had 45 shots, with 18 coming on goal
• Scored a goal at No. 30 Tulsa
• Picked up an assist on Steven Lamberta's game-winning score in the victory over No. 17 SMU
• Recorded four shots and scored a goal in the win at North Florida
• In the win at UC Davis, scored a pair of goals in the second half, including the gamewinner
• Scored a goal at California
• Earned College Soccer News Preseason All-America Third Team honors
• Selected to the All-Conference USA Preseason Team

• Named to the All-Conference USA Third Team
• Selected to the NSCAA All-South Region Second Team
• Played in 17 games, making 15 starts
• Recorded 15 goals and four assists for 34 points
• His 15 goals ranked ninth on the UCF single-season register
• Attempted 63 shots, with 35 coming on goal
• His shot and point totals both ranked ninth on the program single-season lists
• Ranked second in C-USA in points and points per game (2.00)
• Also ranked second in the league in goals and goals per game (0.88)
• Had six game-winning goals
• In the C-USA Championship quarterfinals, recorded a hat trick and added an assist for seven points against UAB
• At SMU, scored twice and added an assist
• Selected as the C-USA Player of the Week and College Soccer News National Player of the Week after the game with the Mustangs
• Had a goal in the C-USA opener versus Kentucky
• Scored at George Mason
• Recorded two goals and one assist at Mercer
• Named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week after performance against the Bears
• Tallied two goals to go with an assist in the win over Belmont
• Scored twice in the win over UMass
• Opened the campaign with a goal at Jacksonville

Prior to UCF
• Appeared in 10 contests as a freshman in 2010 at Akron and was a member of the Zips' national championship team
• Had one goal on the year, and recorded 18 shots
• Logged first collegiate goal in a win over Oakland
• Member of the Jamaican U20 and U18 national teams
• Attended St. George's High School

• Son of Ronald Tulloch and Karlene Fowler
• Father Ronald played for the Jamaican National Team

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