Guest TheLegend Posted April 14, 2008 Share Posted April 14, 2008 Chris Megaloudis (born May 4, 1984 in Queens, New York) is a Puerto Rican football striker of American descent who currently plays for Red Bull New York of Major League Soccer and the Puerto Rican national team. Megaloudis is eligible to play for Puerto Rico because his mother Carmen is Puerto Rican. His father Michael is of Greek descent but played for Puerto Rico in the 1990's. Megaloudis began his college career with Saint Peter's College in 2003. In 2004 he led the team to the NCAA Tournament, scoring 12 goals and adding 8 assists in 24 matches. He than transferred to Stony Brook where he scored 15 goals in two years. In 2004 Megaloudis also played part-time for the Brooklyn Knights of the Premier Development League. After a successful college career, Megaloudis joined the Long Island Rough Riders of the PDL on a full time basis. In 2007 Megaloudis joined semi-pro club New York Pancyprian Freedoms of the Eastern New York League (ENYSASA) and helped lead the club past the first round of the U.S. Open Cup. He later later joined the PDL's Westchester Flames. In January of 2008 Megaloudis went on trial with the New York Red Bulls. He was signed by the club in March of 2008. He used to go to my high school. Personaly playing against him and looking at his stats especialy carrying his clubs and high school team hes a great player. Shame hes older because if he was around 20 I seriously could see this guy on greece's under 21 team. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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