2013-2014 San Diego Sockers Player Bio Kraig Chiles
KRAIG CHILES, FORWARD
2010-2011 PASL-Pro MVP
2011-2012 PASL MVP
- Back-to-back PASL goals leader and league MVP, starting forward for all four Sockers PASL championship clubs.
- In 2011-2012 led the PASL in goals (46), points (66) and finished fourth in assists (20)…his regular season points total was 19 higher than second place (Costea Decu/Miki Djerisilo, 47) and his goal total was 13 higher than second place (Cesar Romero, 33)…led the league with eight power play goals and five game-winning goals.
- Led the Sockers in 2012 playoff scoring with seven goals and three assists (10 points) in three games…scored two goals with an assist in the Sockers’ 9-6 victory over Kansas City in the PASL semi-finals….scored two goals with an assist in San Diego’s title-clinching 10-7 victory over Detroit…added a hat trick with an assist in the Sockers’ 13-6 U.S. Open Cup championship victory over Cincinnati.
- PASL regular season career totals: 45 games, 107 goals, 36 assists, 143 points…all-time PASL leader in goals scored…has increased his goal (28-33-46) and assist (4-12-20) totals each season with the Sockers.
- Earned his second selection as a starting forward for the U.S. Futsal National Team during the 2012 CONCACAF Futsal Championship in Guatemala…scored a goal in Team USA’ 5-2 loss to Panama in the tournament opener…scored the game-winning goal in the United States’ 3-2 win over Canada…also started Team USA’s 2-1 elimination loss to host Guatemala…now has six international goals with the U.S. Futsal National Team.
- Graduate of Poway High and San Diego State University…started 59 straight games at SDSU, tallied 22 goals in three seasons from 2006-2008…a first-team All Pac-10 honoree his senior season.
- Chiles, 28, was married to his longtime girlfriend Stacy prior to the season.
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