Darren Ambrose was a member of the men's soccer team from 1989-92, playing in 58 games in his career. A four-year starter, he is one of the most decorated players in the storied program. He was named the ISAA/Adidas National Player of the Year in 1992. He was named first team All-South Region and All-Peach Belt Conference his junior and senior seasons. He helped lead the Rifles to the regular season and tournament championships in 1992, as well as NCAA Tournament bids in 1991 and 1992. He holds USCS' career record for minutes played (5,548) and owns the Peach Belt's all-time career record for lowest goals against average (0.67). He ranks third on USCS' all-time list for wins (42), saves (220), and shutouts (23), while placing fourth in goals against average. He also ranks among the school's all-time single season leaders in several statistical categories. His 11.5 shutouts recorded in 1991 is the all-time best in the Peach Belt Conference and ranks third on USCS' all-time list. His 0.51 goals against average in 1991 also is the lowest in Peach Belt history. Ambrose, however, did not limit his success to the soccer field. He was a standout in the classroom as well. He earned GTE Academic All-America honors in 1992 and was a four-time Dean's List selection. He also was named to the Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll as a junior and senior. Ambrose currently serves as the head women's soccer coach at the University of Pennsylvania.