NOVI, Mich. - Jaguars alumnus Jimmy Hague was named to the Boys Decade Best XI team as part of the US Youth Soccer National League Standouts feature. With the 2010's coming to an end, the league looked back on some of its best players and teams from 2010-2019.
Hague played his youth career with Michigan Jaguars FC, starting with the Junior Jaguars program. He went on to star for the MI Jaguars 1996 Boys Green team which won the 2012 USYS National Championships. Hague was awarded the Golden Gloves for best goalkeeper in the tournament.
(Hague --top row, center -- & the MI 96 Boys Green team)
Following a successful career at Michigan State University, he was drafted in 2019 by FC Cincinnati of Major League Soccer (MLS). Hague finished his rookie season with FC Cincinnati this fall.
For the full USYS release, click here.
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