George Tiger

Soccer (Inducted: 1991-92)

George  Tiger

George Tiger played the midfield and forward positions for the Lafayette men's soccer program. In 1977, he was honored with the Most Valuable Freshman Award for the leading scorer for the off-season indoor soccer team.

In his sophomore, junior and senior years he was the team MVP and leading scorer on the squad. At the time, he was the all-time leading scorer in Lafayette history with a total of 22 goals and eight assists. Tiger, at the time, played in the most games and started the most games as any Leopard soccer player before him. Along with being named to the All-East Coast Conference team his final three seasons, his highest honors came his senior year when he was named the MVP of the ECC by a unanimous vote of the coaches and received the Charles L. Albert `08 Senior Award that is presented to the top student-athlete in each year's senior class. After graduating with a degree in economics and business, Tiger played professional soccer for a total of eight seasons with the Pennsylvania Stoners and Pittsburgh Spirit.