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Ryan Walker is a retired American soccer forward who played professionally in the USL A-League. In 1993, Walker began his college career at Sacramento State University. In 1995, he transferred to Coastal Carolina University. In his two season at Coastal Carolina, he scored twenty-six goals, adding fifteen assists, in forty games. In February 1997, the Charleston Battery selected Walker in the Territorial round of the 1997 A-League Draft. Walker did not join Charleston, but signed with the Myrtle Beach Seadawgs of the USISL D-3 Pro League instead. When David Irving, head coach of the Seadaws moved to the Wilmington Hammerheads in 1999, Walker made the move as well. He was First Team All League that season. The Hammerheads sent Walker on loan to the Charleston Battery for the Battery’s final

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  • Ryan Walker is a retired American soccer forward who played professionally in the USL A-League. In 1993, Walker began his college career at Sacramento State University. In 1995, he transferred to Coastal Carolina University. In his two season at Coastal Carolina, he scored twenty-six goals, adding fifteen assists, in forty games. In February 1997, the Charleston Battery selected Walker in the Territorial round of the 1997 A-League Draft. Walker did not join Charleston, but signed with the Myrtle Beach Seadawgs of the USISL D-3 Pro League instead. When David Irving, head coach of the Seadaws moved to the Wilmington Hammerheads in 1999, Walker made the move as well. He was First Team All League that season. The Hammerheads sent Walker on loan to the Charleston Battery for the Battery’s final
  • Ryan Walker is a retired American soccer forward who played professionally in the USL A-League. In 1993, Walker began his college career at Sacramento State University. In 1995, he transferred to Coastal Carolina University. In his two seasons at Coastal Carolina, he scored twenty-six goals, adding fifteen assists, in forty games. In February 1997, the Charleston Battery selected Walker in the Territorial round of the 1997 A-League Draft. Walker did not join Charleston, but signed with the Myrtle Beach Seadawgs of the USISL D-3 Pro League instead. When David Irving, head coach of the Seadawgs moved to the Wilmington Hammerheads in 1999, Walker made the move as well. He was First Team All League that season. The Hammerheads sent Walker on loan to the Charleston Battery for the Battery’s fin
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  • Ryan Walker is a retired American soccer forward who played professionally in the USL A-League. In 1993, Walker began his college career at Sacramento State University. In 1995, he transferred to Coastal Carolina University. In his two season at Coastal Carolina, he scored twenty-six goals, adding fifteen assists, in forty games. In February 1997, the Charleston Battery selected Walker in the Territorial round of the 1997 A-League Draft. Walker did not join Charleston, but signed with the Myrtle Beach Seadawgs of the USISL D-3 Pro League instead. When David Irving, head coach of the Seadaws moved to the Wilmington Hammerheads in 1999, Walker made the move as well. He was First Team All League that season. The Hammerheads sent Walker on loan to the Charleston Battery for the Battery’s final regular season game. In 2000, Walker moved up to the Raleigh Capital Express of the USL A-League. Raleigh ceased operations at the end of the season and in February 2001, Walker moved to the Atlanta Silverbacks where he finished his career. Currently dominating Williamson County Tennessee Adult rec leagues in both softball and basketball
  • Ryan Walker is a retired American soccer forward who played professionally in the USL A-League. In 1993, Walker began his college career at Sacramento State University. In 1995, he transferred to Coastal Carolina University. In his two seasons at Coastal Carolina, he scored twenty-six goals, adding fifteen assists, in forty games. In February 1997, the Charleston Battery selected Walker in the Territorial round of the 1997 A-League Draft. Walker did not join Charleston, but signed with the Myrtle Beach Seadawgs of the USISL D-3 Pro League instead. When David Irving, head coach of the Seadawgs moved to the Wilmington Hammerheads in 1999, Walker made the move as well. He was First Team All League that season. The Hammerheads sent Walker on loan to the Charleston Battery for the Battery’s final regular season game. In 2000, Walker moved up to the Raleigh Capital Express of the USL A-League. Raleigh ceased operations at the end of the season and in February 2001, Walker moved to the Atlanta Silverbacks where he finished his career. Currently dominating Williamson County Tennessee Adult rec leagues in both softball and basketball.
  • Ryan Walker is a retired American soccer forward who played professionally in the USL A-League. In 1993, Walker began his college career at Sacramento State University. In 1995, he transferred to Coastal Carolina University. In his two seasons at Coastal Carolina, he scored twenty-six goals, adding fifteen assists, in forty games. In February 1997, the Charleston Battery selected Walker in the Territorial round of the 1997 A-League Draft. Walker did not join Charleston, but signed with the Myrtle Beach Seadawgs of the USISL D-3 Pro League instead. When David Irving, head coach of the Seadawgs moved to the Wilmington Hammerheads in 1999, Walker made the move as well. He was First Team All League that season. The Hammerheads sent Walker on loan to the Charleston Battery for the Battery’s final regular season game. In 2000, Walker moved up to the Raleigh Capital Express of the USL A-League. Raleigh ceased operations at the end of the season and in February 2001, Walker moved to the Atlanta Silverbacks where he finished his career.
  • Ryan Walker is a retired American soccer forward who played professionally in the USL A-League. In 1993, Walker began his college career at Sacramento State University. In 1995, he transferred to Coastal Carolina University. In his two seasons at Coastal Carolina, he scored twenty-six goals, adding fifteen assists, in forty games. In February 1997, the Charleston Battery selected Walker in the Territorial round of the 1997 A-League Draft. Walker did not join Charleston, but signed with the Myrtle Beach Seadawgs of the USISL D-3 Pro League instead. When David Irving, head coach of the Seadawgs moved to the Wilmington Hammerheads in 1999, Walker made the move as well. He was First Team All League that season. The Hammerheads sent Walker on loan to the Charleston Battery for the Battery’s final regular season game. In 2000, Walker moved up to the Raleigh Capital Express of the USL A-League. Raleigh ceased operations at the end of the season and in February 2001, Walker moved to the Atlanta Silverbacks where he finished his career. Finally, in Spring 2020, Walker began acting as a spokesman for Just For Men shampoo after his wife decided to purchase some as a gift.... Unfortunately, that campaign ended a few months later.
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