Height: 6'1"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Ireland
Other College: Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
Experience: Transfer


2018 (Sr.): Started on defense for all 18 games... Recorded one goal... C-USA Second Team All-Conference...C-USA All-Academic Team member... Named C-USA Defensive Player of the Week on 9/10... Took 14 shots.

2017 (Jr.): Played and started in all 21 games in the defense for the Monarchs... Took one shot on goal... One of six players to start in all 21 games. 

2016: McLaughlin is a transfer student from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M where he played two seasons on defense for the Golden Norsemen.

During his athletic career at NEO, McLaughlin collected numerous accolades including a third-team All-American nod as a freshman.  Also during his freshman campaign he was named the Region II Player of the Year, tournament MVP, and earned spots on the All-Regional and All-Tournament teams.

As a sophomore, McLaughlin continued to shine as he earned a spot on the Region II All-Regional and All-Tournament teams for a second consecutive year. He was named team captain after a unanimous vote by the coaches and teammates. Ryan played as a central defender his sophomore year and tallied three goals for the Golden Norsemen.

Academically Ryan was voted to the Top-10 Freshmen on campus which is an award based on academic achievement and community service during a student-athletes freshman year on campus.

McLaughlin qualified for the President’s Honor Roll and was selected for the Carl Rigney Award in his sophomore year. The Carl Rigney award is given each year at NEO to the top academic achieving athlete base on GPA, Major, and community service.

Prior to playing at NEO A&M, Ryan played for the Sorrento FC U18 & U20 teams in the NPL in Western Australia and earned the honor of the best player on each team.

Personal: Son of John and Catherine McLaughlin ... Plans to major in aerospace and mechanical engineering.


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