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Troy Fabiano
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Personal information
Date of birth
Place of birth    Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States
Playing position Forward / Defender
Youth career
1990-1993 Robert Morris University
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1994

1996-1997
Pittsburgh Stingers (indoor)
Milwaukee Rampage
Milwaukee Wave


9 (0)   
Teams managed

1995
1996
1997-
Robert Morris University (assistant)
Eastern Illinois Panthers
University of Wisconsin–Parkside (assistant)
University of Wisconsin–Parkside

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Troy Fabiano is a retired American soccer player who is currently the assistant coach with the Johns Hopkins University women's soccer team. He played professionally in the National Professional Soccer League, Continental Indoor Soccer League and USISL.

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Player

Fabiano grew up in Kenosha, Wisconsin where he attended and played soccer at Mary D. Bradford High School. He played collegiate soccer at Robert Morris University in Pennsylvania from 1990 to 1993. He graduated in 1994 with a bachelor's degree in communications. He was inducted into the RMU Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001.[1] In December 1993, the Milwaukee Wave selected Fabiano in the fourth round of the National Professional Soccer League amateur draft.[2] However, he did not sign with them. In 1994, he signed with the Pittsburgh Stingers of the Continental Indoor Soccer League. On June 21, 1995, the Stingers traded Fabiano and several draft choices to the Seattle SeaDogs in exchange for Tim Wittman.[3] He did not sign with the SeaDogs. He played for the Milwaukee Rampage in the USISL for one season. He also played nine games for the Milwaukee Wave during the 1996-1997 NPSL season.[4]

Coach

Fabiano began his coaching career as an assistant at Robert Morris University. In 1995, he then served as an interim head coach at Eastern Illinois University.[5] In 1996, he became an assistant coach with the University of Wisconsin–Parkside women's team. In 1997, he became the team's head coach.

References

  1. ^ RMU Hall of Fame
  2. ^ Offense gets call in draft Wave's Tozer seeks scoring Milwaukee Sentinel - Thursday, December 16, 1993
  3. ^ Sports Deals
  4. ^ NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL SOCCER LEAGUE FINAL OFFICIAL STATISTICS -- 1996-1997
  5. ^ Eastern Illinois Soccer Media Guide

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