MS: Six Aztecs honored by CollegeSportsMadness
Four Aztecs land on all-Pac-12 men's soccer team
SDSU Men's Soccer edged by No. No. 5/4/5 UCLA, 2-1
Men's Soccer closes regular season at No. 4 UCLA
SDSU Men's Soccer posts 2-1 win over California
2012: An All Pac-12 Second Team selection ... Appeared in all 19 games, starting in 17 contests ... Played at least 90 minutes in four games ... Finished third on the team with five goals ... Scored a goal in three of the team's final four games, including the win over Cal on Nov. 1.
2011: Used his redshirt season after transferring to San Diego State.
2010 (Indiana Univ.): Made six appearances, including some time in a 2-1 loss at No. 2 Akron in the third round of the NCAA tournament ... Also played in games at Ohio State and Michigan State, and in home contests versus Wisconsin, California and Drake ... Had two shots (one on net) on the season.
2009 (Indiana Univ.): Appeared in 16 matches, making six starts ... Recorded an assist in a 2-0 Indiana win over Seattle at the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament ... Was a unanimous selection to the Big Ten All-Freshman team ... Had 11 shots on the season.
High School: Was a two-time NSCAA/adidas Boys High School All-American ... Was Kentucky's first two-time winner of the state's Mr. Soccer award ... Named the 2007 state Gatorade Player of the Year ... Was a first-team all-state pick in 2007 and 2008 ... Led Saint Xavier to the state title as a junior and senior as the team compiled a record of 47-1-2 during those two years ... The 2007 squad went 25-0-2 ... Over his final three high school seasons, he tallied 43 goals and 46 assists, including 21 goals and 19 helpers as a forward in 2007 ... Spent time with the U.S. U-18 Men's National Team, travling to Argentina and Uruguay in the summer of 2008 ... Was a member of the adidas Elite Soccer Program (ESP) in 2007 ... Played his club ball with the Chicago Magic.
Personal: Kevin Bick was born Sept. 14, 1990 ... Son of Mary Beth and Sam Bick ... Father, Sam, played professional soccer in the NASL and the MISL, and earned two caps with the U.S. Men's National Team in 1976.