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Corben Bone
Corben Bone

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Plano, Texas

High School:
Plano HS

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 160

Position:
Midfielder

07/25/2014

Deacs in the MLS - July 25

A look at how several former Demon Deacons are doing in the professional ranks

07/09/2014

Deacs in the MLS - July 9

A look at how several former Demon Deacons are doing in the professional ranks

02/27/2014

Men's Soccer in the News - Preseason Edition

An update on the former Wake Forest players joining new squads in 2014

11/13/2013

Deacons in the MLS

Here is a season recap of former Wake Forest soccer players in the MLS

08/20/2013

Watts Named to MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List

Deacon midfielder is one of 34 players named to the preseason watch list


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In 2009: Started every game and finished fourth on the team with 19 points, scoring three goals and 13 assists ... Ranked second in the ACC with 13 assists ... Has 38 career assists, which is second in school history and 68 points, ranking ninth in school annals ... Named finalist for M.A.C. Hermann Trophy ... Selected as National Player of the Year by Top Drawer Soccer ... Received first team All-American honors from NSCAA, Soccer America, College Soccer News and Top Drawer Soccer ... Earned ACC Offensive Player of the Year honors and was also named All-ACC First Team ... Named preseason All-American by College Soccer News and Soccer America ... Recorded first assist of the season against Notre Dame (9.4) ... Netted the game-winning goal and also added an assist in victory against Elon (9.23) ... Recorded third assist of the season in victory at Virginia Tech (10.2) ... Scored second goal of the season and assisted on Zack Schilawski's game-winning goal in 3-0 victory at UNC Greensboro (10.6) ... Assisted on Austin da Luz's game-winning goal at NC State (10.17) ... Tied a career high with three assists in victory against Davidson (10.27) ... Added ninth assist of the season against Duke (11.6) ... Recorded 10th assist of the season against Clemson (11.11) in ACC Tournament quarterfinals ... Assisted on Anthony Arena's game-winning goal in NCAA Tournament win against UNC-Wilmington (11.22) ... Notched 12th assist of the season in third round NCAA Tournament win against Duke (11.29) ... Recorded 13th assist on Andy Lubahn's insurance goal in NCAA quarterfinal win against UCLA (12.5) ... Scored the game-tying goal in NCAA semifinal match against Virginia (12.11) and was selected to the NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team.

In 2008: Led the nation in assists with 17, which ranks as a new single-season record at Wake Forest ... Also scored seven goals to finish the season with 31 points ... Named a first team All-American by the NSCAA and a second team All-American by College Soccer News and Soccer America ... Earned All-ACC First Team honors and was also a finalist for the Soccer News Net College Player of the Year award ... Scored the equalizing goal and added two assists in Wake's win at UC Santa Barbara (9/21) ... Received national recognition from College Soccer News and Soccer America after performance against the Gauchos ... Recorded a career high three assists and tied a career high with five points in win over Boston College (10/25) ... Honored by College Soccer News, Soccer America and Top Drawer Soccer for play against BC ... Scored a goal and an assist in ACC Tournament, being named to the ACC All-Tournament Team ... Scored the game-winning goal against Dartmouth (11/30) in NCAA Tournament third round ... Named to the All-Tournament Team at the College Cup ... Named to ACC Honor Roll.

In 2007: ACC Freshman of the Year ... Soccer America First Team All-Freshman ... All-ACC Freshman Team ... Opened with four goals through four games ... Netted his first collegiate goal in the season opener vs. No. 20 Old Dominion on Aug. 31, and posted a game-winning assist in the same match to give Wake a 2-1 overtime win ... Named to the Nike/Carolina Classic All-Tournament team (Sept. 2) ... Landed tying goal and game-winning goal against No. 16 Akron on Sept. 7 ... Assisted in two goals against NC State on Oct. 13 ... Was forced to sit out five games midseason after suffering a minor injury in the warm-ups at UNC Greensboro ... Assisted in Cody Arnoux's game-winning goal against West Virginia in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

Prep: 2006 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Player of the Year ... 2006 NSCAA High School All-American ... Parade Magazine's 2006 High School Player of the Year ... Member of United States U-16, U-17, U-18 and U-20 teams ... Only high school player and one of only six non-professionals to have played for the U.S. U-20 team ... Member of Region III ODP Team ... Member of Solar Soccer Club coached by Kevin Smith ... Solar 89s have won the Texas State Cup six out of the seven years the team has been in existence ... USYSA Region III Champions in 2005 and 2006... USYSA National Finalists in 2005 and 2006 ... Considered by many as the nation's top recruit.

Personal: Born September, 16, 1988 ... Parents are Marc and Yvonne Bone.

Career Stats

Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points GWG
2007 20-13 22 5 8 18 1
2008 24-22 54 7 17 31 3
2009 24-24 62 3 13 19 1
Totals 68-59 138 15 38 68 5

 

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