Shawn Beyer

Shawn BeyerAthlete • Inducted 2007

Shawn Beyer closed out his soccer career at JCCC as the all-time leader in points (100), goals (38), and assists (24), all marks which stand today. His sophomore season, Beyer set a school record with 60 points, and earned NJCAA All-Region VI and NJCAA All-American honors. Beyer was also an all-region performer his freshman year. In his two seasons, JCCC posted a mark of 40-3-1, the best mark of any two-year span in team history, and won a Region VI title his sophomore season. He went on to continue his career at the University of Evansville, where he led the Missouri Valley Conference in scoring and earned NCAA Division I All-American. Following his senior year, Beyer was selected by the Kansas City Attack in the NPSL annual draft in 1996, and posted a tremendous rookie season, earning selection to the NPSL All-Rookie team. He was the Attack’s No. 1 pick and the third player taken overall. He later played for the Philadelphia Kixx of the NPSL. While with the Kixx, Beyer set a team record netting six goals in one game during the 1999 season. In 2001, he joined the San Diego Sockers of the MISL, and helped them to a runner-up MISL finish that season.