Former Mason Soccer Player Joins D.C. United
Posted: August 30, 2000 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
Paul Marcoullier, who started his last two seasons with the George Mason men’s soccer team in 1997-98, has been called up to be the back-up goalkeeper for D.C. United in its Major League Soccer contest in New England tonight.
Marcoullier, 24, is one of three players D.C. United has called up for today’s game. He has played the past two seasons with the Northern Virginia Royals of the D3 Pro League, a third-level league. Northern Virginia is an affiliate of D.C. United.
A native of Herndon and a 1994 graduate of Chantilly High School, Marcoullier was a second-team All-Colonial Athletic Association selection as a senior at George Mason in 1998 and posted a 1.13 goals-against average (GAA) and 98 saves–the fourth-highest total for a season in Patriot history. He had career totals of 154 saves and 13 shutouts while recording a 1.13 GAA in 38 games, including 35 starts.