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Earthquakes

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Employment History

Belmont Bruins


Performer

Atlantic Sun Conference


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dcunited.mlsnet.com

Earthquakes defender Jay Ayres was injured during a mid-air collision with teammate Ryan Cochrane.Earthquakes defender Jay Ayres was injured during a mid-air collision with teammate Ryan Cochrane. (Majchrzak/Getty)Print this pageE-mail this pagePrint this | E-mail this SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The San Jose Earthquakes announced Friday that defender Jay Ayres underwent successful surgery to repair a facial fracture on Thursday, May 8.Ayres is expected to be sidelined for eight weeks.Dr. Peter Lorenz performed the surgery on Ayres. Ayres and defender Ryan Cochrane were involved in a collision during the Quakes U.S. Open Cup game on April 30 at Real Salt Lake.The pair went for a head ball and collided, leaving both players with concussions and Ayres with a facial fracture. The Valrico, Fla. resident has appeared in one reserve game and one U.S. Open Cup game this season.He played 90 minutes in the Quakes Reserves 2-1 win over the Los Angeles Galaxy Reserves on Apr. 4. Ayres signed a developmental contract on Apr. 3 prior to the game against the Los Angeles Galaxy.Ayres joined the Earthquakes after playing four seasons for Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn.Ayres started 68 games in his college career, registering seven goals and five assists. In 2006 and 2007, Ayres was named Atlantic Sun Defensive Player of the Year and First Team All-Atlantic Sun and Atlantic Sun All-Academic.As a freshman, Ayres helped Belmont reach the 2004 Atlantic Sun Championship where he scored his first collegiate goal.


www.belmontbruins.com [cached]

The 2003 Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year led Belmont to a 7-92 record in the 2006 season, highlighted by four non-conference home wins and three players earning all-Atlantic Sun honors (Jay Ayres, Ian Schinelli, and Eric Susewind).Ayres was in fact named A-Sun Defensive Player of the Year.Belmont has reached the conference tournament each of the past four seasons.In 2005, the squad saw junior J.P. Rodrigues named Defensive Player of the Year in addition to his placement on the all-conference first team.In 2004, two Bruins were named to the All-Freshman team, a first for Belmont -- Jay Ayres and Robert Fernandez.


www.atlanticsun.org [cached]

Jay Ayres, Belmont (Jr. D Valrico, Fla. Accounting Major)


houston.mlsnet.com

Jay Ayres surgery successfulSan Jose Earthquakes: News: ArticleJay Ayres surgery successfulEarthquakes defender Jay Ayres was injured during a mid-air collision with teammate Ryan Cochrane.Earthquakes defender Jay Ayres was injured during a mid-air collision with teammate Ryan Cochrane. (Majchrzak/Getty)Print this pageE-mail this pagePrint this | E-mail this SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The San Jose Earthquakes announced Friday that defender Jay Ayres underwent successful surgery to repair a facial fracture on Thursday, May 8.Ayres is expected to be sidelined for eight weeks.Dr. Peter Lorenz performed the surgery on Ayres. Ayres and defender Ryan Cochrane were involved in a collision during the Quakes U.S. Open Cup game on April 30 at Real Salt Lake.The pair went for a head ball and collided, leaving both players with concussions and Ayres with a facial fracture. The Valrico, Fla. resident has appeared in one reserve game and one U.S. Open Cup game this season.He played 90 minutes in the Quakes Reserves 2-1 win over the Los Angeles Galaxy Reserves on Apr. 4. Ayres signed a developmental contract on Apr. 3 prior to the game against the Los Angeles Galaxy.Ayres joined the Earthquakes after playing four seasons for Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn.Ayres started 68 games in his college career, registering seven goals and five assists. In 2006 and 2007, Ayres was named Atlantic Sun Defensive Player of the Year and First Team All-Atlantic Sun and Atlantic Sun All-Academic.As a freshman, Ayres helped Belmont reach the 2004 Atlantic Sun Championship where he scored his first collegiate goal.


www.belmontbruins.com

Nashville - - Over the past couple of months, Jay Ayres has made a stunning three-division leap to the top of the U.S. professional soccer ranks.The former Belmont standout who played last season for the Nashville Metros, has earned a developmental contract with the San Jose Earthquakes of Major League Soccer.INJURY BUG STRIKES BELMONT PROFESSIONALSJay Ayres - MLS San Jose - Facial FractureFormer Belmont Men's Soccer Player Jay Ayres Named a Finalist for NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship (2/18/07) JAY AYRES NAMED ATLANTIC SUN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR, SCHINELLI, BROWN NAMED TO ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS (11/13/07)


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