U.S. National Team -- U.S. starter at the 2007 Pan American Games ... Played in all three games for the Under-20 Team at the 2006 Milk Cup and helped lead the team to the championship game ... Also made appearances with the Under-18 National Team and was called into a January 2008 camp for the Under-23 National Team.
2007 -- First-team All-Pac-10 honoree ... Named to the Top Drawer Soccer honorable mention Team of the Season ... Earned second-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors with a 3.33 gpa in History ... Starter in all 21 games ... Scored three goals on the year, including a dramatic game-tying goal against Notre Dame with just 38 seconds remaining in regulation and the game-winner with 1:11 left on the clock at San Francisco ... Also scored a goal at Washington in the Bruins' 3-2 win.
2006 -- Selected to the Top Drawer Soccer All-Freshman second-team ... Played in 21 games with five starts ... Scored his first collegiate goal in the NCAA semifinals against Virginia ... Tied for fourth on the team with four assists ... Assisted on game-winning goals against Oakland and San Francisco and also assisted on the Bruins' tying goal against Stanford at home and on the final goal against Harvard in the NCAA 2nd Round ... Was slowed a bit due to injury, spraining an ankle on the first day of pre-season training and again in the Sept. 29 game against Washington, which kept him on the sidelines for three games.
High School -- Earned Parade All-America and NSCAA/adidas Youth All-America honors in 2005 ... Ventura County Player of the Year as a senior at Thousand Oaks HS ... Also earned all-county honors as a junior and senior ... First-team All-CIF and All-Marmonte League from 2004-06 ... Named the 2005 Marmonte League Offensive MVP ... Finished his prep career with 37 goals and 17 assists ... Helped lead his team to two CIF titles ... Four-year soccer letterwinner under coach Mark Tietjen ... Earned three varsity letters with the Thousand Oaks golf team ... adidas ESP All-Star selection in 2005 ... Played club soccer with the Pateadores, which won the U-18 State Cup championship and was a semifinalist at the Regional Cup.
Personal -- Listed his biggest athletic thrill as committing to play at UCLA ... Hobbies include snowboarding, bodyboarding and golf ... Full name is Chance Russell Myers ... Born December 7, 1987 in Valencia, CA ... Biology major.
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