2005 HONORS: Selected second team All-ACC ... named second team NSCAA/Adidas All-South Atlantic Region ... also selected to the VaSID All-State First Team ... named to the 2005 All-ACC men's soccer academic team.
Finished second on the team in points (20), goals (7), assists (6) and shots (42) ... added four-game winning goals - at UC Riverside (9/2), against Charlotte (9/10), against NC State (9/17) and against #2 North Carolina (10/1) ... started 17 of 18 games for the Cavaliers, playing 1,398 minutes ... added three game-winning assists - against Longwood (9/14), against #10 Duke (10/16) and at #17 Wake Forest (11/4) ... had a two-goal performance at Boston College in a thrilling 4-3 UVa win (9/24).
2004 HONORS: Named to the 2004 ACC All-Tournament Team ... selected to the 2004 Virginia Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team ... named a 2004 VaSID All-State First Team selection.
IN 2004: Started 21 of the 22 games he appeared in for the season ... led the team with nine goals on the season, two of his goals were game-winners ... also notched three assists, giving him 21 points total, which ranked second on the team ... posted four points on two goals in ACC contests ... led the team with 61 shots and 26 shots on goal ... tied for second on the team with two game-winning goals ... tied for fourth on the team with three assists ... converted a penalty kick against #1 New Mexico in the pk shoot-out to help Virginia advance in the Third Round of the NCAA Tournament (11/27) ... scored the first goal for Virginia in two matches of the ACC Tournament, first in UVa's 2-1 victory in the ACC Semifinals against #8 Wake Forest (11/12) and then in the Cavaliers' 2-1 win over #2 Maryland in the ACC Championship game (11/14) ... scored two goals against Marshall (9/3) in the Virginia Soccer Classic in UVa's season-opener ... notched a goal against #24 Old Dominion in Virginia's 4-1 victory (10/27) ... took a season-high seven shots against UMBC(9/29).
IN 2003: Named to the ACC All-Freshman Team ... named the ACC Player of the Week (9/15) led the team in scoring and goals as a true freshman ... started 22 of the 23 games he appeared in ... scored a team-high 17 points resulting from a team-high eight goals and one assist ... led the team with five game-winning goals ... recorded a team-high 62 shots ... made his first career start in Virginia's contest against Seton Hall (8/29) in the Virginia Soccer Classic ... scored his first career goal for Virginia against American (9/5) in the Maryland Soccer Classic ... scored three goals in the NCAA Tournament, including two game-winners and the first goal in each of the three games of the NCAA Tournament that UVa appeared in against Seton Hall, Wake Forest and Creighton ... scored the game-winning goal against Seton Hall in Virginia's 2-0 win over Seton Hall in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament (11/21) ... scored the game-winning goal for Virginia against #4 Wake Forest in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament (11/26) ... scored Virginia's only goal against Creighton in the Third Round of the NCAA Tournament (11/30) ... scored the game-winning goal in Virginia's 1-0 victory over American (9/5) in the Maryland Soccer Classic ... scored the game-winning goal in Virginia's 2-1 victory over #3 Wake Forest (913) ... tallied his second career goal on an assist from Kirk Dinnall in Virginia's 2-1 win over #3 Wake Forest.
HIGH SCHOOL: Named a two-time Parade All-American (2002, 2003) ... Listed as the #17 top recruit in the nation by Soccer America ... selected as a 2003 McDonalds All-American along with UVa teammates Will Hall and Drew Harrison ... member of the U-17 and U-18 U.S. National Teams ... members of the Region I Olympic Development Program (ODP) ... named a National Soccer Coaches Athletic Association (NSCAA)/Adidas All-American in 2001, 2002 and 2003 ... selected as a USYSA Region I Adidas All-American in 2001 ... a two-time Metro Player of the Year selection ... played on the Richmond Strikers club team (State Cup Champion) with UVa teammate Sean Hinkle ... lettered four times in soccer at Godwin High School as a forward for Coach Lotze ... member of the National Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Born on January 8, 1985 in Washington, D.C. ... son of Clyde and Sandi Cristman ... enjoys surfing, mountain biking, listening to music and playing the guitar ... chose Virginia for its strong academics and its soccer program ... also recruited by North Carolina and Duke ... has one sister, Catherine.
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