| Kevin Trapp|
James Madison Dukes
6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
| (1984-06-24) June 24, 1984 (age 31)|
Minnesota, United States
Kevin Trapp (American soccer) Wikipedia
Kevin Trapp (born June 27, 1984 in Minnesota) is a former American soccer player.
Trapp grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, and played college soccer at James Madison University, where he was a four year starter. He is ranked second all-time at JMU in shutouts for career with 26, and was consistently ranked in leaders among conference and NCAA in GAA and saves.
As a club player he was a two-time all state, all-region and all-county honoree, was named to the Charlotte Observer all-star team, and was a three-time all-Southwestern Conference player in high school.
Trapp was signed to his first professional contract by the Western Mass Pioneers in 2007 and was their first-choice goalkeeper throughout the season, leading the league in minutes. He transferred to the Charlotte Eagles in 2008 to be understudy to Terry Boss, making four appearances in his first year with the team. He is currently the Eagles' first choice goalkeeper.