Anthony Ampaipitakwong

Anthony Ampaipitakwong
Anthony Ampaipitakwong
Anthony Ampaipitakwong
Real Name: Anthony Ampaipitakwong
HT: 5' 8" WT: 160
Age: 29 (06/14/1988)
Birthplace: Carrollton, TX

MLS Experience:

  • 2011: Made MLS debut coming on as a substitute in 81st minute vs. RSL on 3/19 ... Came on as a substitute in 55th minute vs. CHV on 4/23 ... Got first career start and played 72 minutes at PHI on 4/30 ... Came on as a substitute in 61st minute vs. CLB on 5/14 ... Came on as a substitute in 64th minute vs. NE on 5/21 ... Came on as a halftime substitute and notched first two assists of MLS career at CHI on 5/28 … Started and played 75 minutes vs. HOU on 6/4 … Started and played 89 minutes at DC on 6/11 ... Started and played 46 minutes at KC on 6/17 ... Came on as a substitute in 46th minute vs. LA on 6/25 ... Started and played 59 minutes vs. PHI on 7/9 ... Came on as a substitute in 73rd minute vs. DC on 7/30 … DNP vs. TFC on 8/27 due to right groin strain … Exhibition: Came on as a substitute in 46th minute vs. West Brom on 7/12 ... Open Cup Qualifying: Started and played 82 minutes vs. CHI on 5/24 … Reserves: Played 90 minutes vs. VAN on 3/22 ... Started and played 30 minutes vs. SEA on 4/3 before leaving game with ankle injury ... Started and played 69 minutes and scored a goal vs. CHV on 4/23 … Played 90 minutes at CHV on 7/26 … Played 61 minutes vs. POR on 8/7.


  • 2010: Appeared in and started all 93 games over his four years at Akron, scoring 17 goals and notching 30 assists … Soccer America First Team … ESPN Academic All-America Third Team … All-Great Lakes Region Second team … Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Season First Team … College Soccer News All-America Second Team ... College Cup All-Tournament Team ... Finished UA career as the school’s all-time leader in games played with 93 ... Was on the 2010 Hermann Trophy Watch List … Named senior co-captain … Named College Soccer News Preseason All-American … Started 24 games as a senior and scored three goals with 11 assists … Helped lead Akron to school’s first ever national championship … Won Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award.
  • 2009: Hermann Trophy Semifinalist … Named NSCAA First Team All- American … Named Soccer America First Team MVP … Named to Mid-American Conference First Team … College Soccer News All-America First Team ... Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Season Honorable Mention … Helped lead Akron to undefeated regular season and NCAA Championship game … Scored eight goals and had five assists in 25 games.
  • 2008: Appeared in 21 games … Scored two goals and notched nine assists … NSCAA All-America Third Team ... All-Great Lakes Region First Team ... All-MAC First Team.
  • 2007: Appeared in 23 games … Scored four goals and notched five assists as a freshman … Came in as head coach Caleb Porter’s first blue chip recruit ... Named to College Soccer News All-Freshman team ... First team All-MAC and second team NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region performer.

High School/Club:
Five-time NSCAA/adidas Boys Youth All-America honoree … Named three-time MVP at IMG Academy in Florida … Spent Fall 2003-Spring 2005 in residency with the U17 National Team in Bradenton, Fla. ... Led IMG U19 side to 2007 Dallas Cup championship … Finished his high school career at IMG Academy ... Selected for the adidas-ESP, Elite Summer Program, in the summers of 2004 and 2005 ... ESP is a selection of the top 150 youth players in the country ... Played with the nationally-recognized Dallas Texans, winning a national championship in 2005.

Parents are Denise and Pete Ampaipitakwong … Has one younger brother, Adam … National Honor Society member … Majored in Business Administration … Enjoys playing basketball and golf.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2012San Jose Earthquakes00000000000
2011San Jose Earthquakes12505462427000
Career Totals-12505462427000
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