OFFICIAL MEDIA & RECRUITING GUIDE
Head Coach Tom Stone
As a player, Stone may be most remembered for his game-win- ning goal with Duke against Akron in the 1986 National Champi- onship match, where the Blue Devils would take the NCAA title, winning 1-0.
In his four year career at Duke, Stone was an All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection three times, while also setting the Duke re- cord for the most NCAA Tournament goals in a career and game- winners in a single season. Stone was also a team captain on the 1987 squad and finished among the top 10 in Blue Devil history in career points and goals.
Following his career as a Blue Devil, Stone played professionally for Le Havre FC in France and the Washington Stars and Colo- rado Foxes of the APSL.
A native of Irving, Texas, Stone was a three-year member of the U.S. Youth National Team and a two-time Parade All-American while attending MacArthur High School.
Director of Coaching
University of Denver
Atlanta Beat (WUSA)
Top Hat Soccer Club
Le Havre Futbol Club
Washington Stars (APSL)
Colorado Foxes (APSL)
When not coaching, Stone has served as an analyst for various national television networks, covering everything from the NCAA Championship to the World Cup. He has worked as the lead soc- cer analyst for both CSTV and Fox Sports, while also joining ESPN for its coverage of the 2003 Women’s World Cup. Stone has also written guest columns for various soccer websites.
B.S. in History from Duke University in 1987. Holds a USSF “A” License.
Stone holds a USSF “A” License. He and his wife, Lindsey, cur- rently reside in Lubbock with their one-year-old son, Leyton, and are expecting their second child in September 2008.
Tom, Lindsey and Leyton Stone