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Mark Schwartz is a retired American soccer forward who played in the United Soccer League and the third American Soccer League. He was the 1984 USL Rookie of the Year.

In 1979, Schwartz graduated from Miramar High School where he was a star soccer player. During his three high school seasons, he scored 104 goals. He then attended Appalachian State Universitymarker where he played on the men's soccer team. He graduated in 1982 and was inducted into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame in 2005. In 1984, Schwartz turned professional Fort Lauderdale Sun of the United Soccer League. He was the Rookie of the Year and playoff MVP. In the fall of 1984, Schwartz had an unsuccesful trial with the Dallas Sidekicks of the Major Indoor Soccer League. He then returned to Florida where he coached the Hollywood Hills High School girls team and played for the amateur Lowenbrau Lions of the Gold Coast Soccer League's First Division. In 1985, the Sun moved and changed their name to the South Florida Sun. The team and the league collapsed six games into the season. Schwartz then worked as a carpenter, coached Hollywood High and played for the Lowenbrau Lions. In 1986, Andrew College hired Schwartz took start a women's soccer team at the college. In 1986, he played for the Houston Dynamos. In March 1988, he signed with the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the American Soccer League. He then started the Strikers first game of the 1989 season, but didn't play after that. He asked for a gained his release from the team in May.

Yearly Awards

  • USL Rookie of the Year: 1984
  • USL Playoff MVP: 1984


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