2003: A first-team All-BIG EAST selection ... An NSCAA All-Region Second Team selection ... Started 21 of 24 games at left-center midfield ... Scored two goals and had eight assists for 12 points ... Second on the team, and tied for fifth in the league, with eight assists ... Fifth on the team with 33 shots ... Tallied goals in wins over Providence (10/11) and Florida International (10/25).
2002: Corcoran was one of only six player to start all 21 games for the Red Storm ... Corcoran, an All-BIG EAST Second Team selection, finished second on the team in goals (6) and points (15) ... He also added three assists and a team-high 53 shots ... Two of his goals were game-winners (Seton Hall and Old Dominion) ... In BIG EAST contests, he tied for second in goals with two and was third in points with six and assists with two.
2001: Played in and started 22 games at midfield ... Sixth on the team in scoring with three goals and one assist for seven points ... Took 32 shots ... Two game-winning goals ... Scored in the 104th minute to lift the Red Storm past Cal-State Fullerton during the first round of the Rutgers Classic ... Tallied a goal with eight minutes left in regulation to lift the Red Storm to a 2-0 win over top-ranked and previously unbeaten Southern Methodist in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
Before St. John's: A three-year letterwinner at midfield and forward for Marshfield ... Also played golf.
Personal: Born March 30, 1983 in Weymouth, Mass. ... Son of Joseph and Maureen Corcoran ... Has two brothers, Greg, who is in the United States Army, and Patrick, who attends the University of South Carolina ... Hobbies include golf, going to the beach and hanging out with friends...Business major ... Selected St. John's over Wake Forest, Rutgers, Boston College, Seton Hall and Massachusetts ... Played this past summer with the Cape Cod Crusaders of the PDL and helped the team advance to the national championship game.
Corcoran's Career Statistics
Year G/S Shots Goals Assists Points
2001 22/22 32 3 1 7
2002 21/21 53 7 2 16
Totals 43/43 85 10 3 23
What have you learned most through your soccer experiences at St. John's?
I've learned about mental preparation and toughness. I've learned that you have to play quickly, play simple, play smart and that everyone must be dedicated and prepared and play as a team.
How have those experiences helped you as a student, and personally?
All of those aspects from soccer carry over to your everyday life. It allows you to be one step ahead of everyone. Those things apply to your class work and to your everyday life.