St. Louis, Mo.
2001: Played in seven games, with five starts
six shots on the season
scored his only goal of the season
in Vanderbilt's, 2-1, win over Louisville in the second game
of the season.
2000: Played in 17 games while starting 11
15 shots, one goal and one assist
his game-winning goal
was at Western Kentucky with only five seconds remaining in
overtime to give VU a 2-1 win.
High School: Two-time all-conference player at Chaminade
helped lead his team to the 1998 state runnerup
totaled 27 goals and 14 assists his senior season
and was named to the Missouri Sportswriter's and St. Louis
Post-Dispatch First Teams
helped lead his team to a school
record 30-2-3 record
holds the school record for the football
team's longest field goal, a 47-yarder his sophomore season.
Club Team: Scott Gallagher Soccer Club
led the team
to the 2000 national championship and earned the Golden Boot
Award for scoring the most goals in the tournament
the game-winning goal in the national championship game on
the final kick in sudden death.
Personal: Brian Andrew Lamping born October 30, 1981,
in St. Louis, Mo.
son of Mark and Cheryl Lamping
is Human & Organizational Development and Political Science
hobbies include golf and swimming
favorite musician: Tim McGraw
his father played soccer at Rockhurst University
career plans include becoming a corporate attorney.
Lamping's Career Statistics