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Paul R. Scicluna Award Winners

The Scicluna Award is named after former Michigan soccer legend Paul R. Scicluna, who was a partner in the Bucks opening season in 1996 and founded the Michigan Hawks and Livonia Wolves youth soccer clubs nearly three decades ago. Scicluna was killed in a tragic car accident in April 1999 returning to Detroit from a recruiting trip in Bowling Green, OH.  The award, determined by Bucks players and coaching staff, is given annually to the team’s Most Valuable Player.

Past Award Winners:

Year

Player

1999

Tino Scicluna

2000

Eric Pogue

2001

Paul Snape

2002

John Swann

2003

Stephan David

2004

Joseph Kabwe

2005

Nate Craft

2006

Nate Jafta

2007

Kenny Uzoigwe

2008

Steve Clark

2009 Dave Hertel




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