Danny Rebuck
Danny Rebuck
Danny Rebuck becomes the sixth USCS person affiliated with the men's soccer program to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. He was a potent offensive threat for the Rifles from 1988-89 and 1991-92, playing four seasons under three of the program's four coaches. He also played at a time when USCS made its athletic shift from NAIA status to NCAA Division II membership. He finished his career with 147 points and assumed the top spot on USCS's all-time scoring list. His record stood until 2001 when Henrik Ronnevig broke the all-time scoring mark. Rebuck remains second on the all-time list. He also ranks second on the all-time goals scored list and fourth in assists. His career numbers of 147 points, 58 goals, and 31 assists are indicative of his talent. He earned two All-America honors and was named the Peach Belt Conference Player of the Year in 1991. He led USCS in scoring in three of the four years he played and earned either All-District (NAIA-District Six) or All-Conference (NCAA-Peach Belt) honors all four years. He holds the single-game school record for scoring, finishing with 10 points on four goals and an assist against Columbus State on Sept. 21, 1991. Upon leaving USCS, he was a player/coach in the "A" League organization in New Orleans , LA. He is currently living in Metarie , LA , outside of New Orleans and operates the Danny Rebuck Soccer Academy.

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