Former Bluejay Kallman Signs Pro Soccer Contract

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OMAHA, Neb. - Former Creighton men's soccer defender Brian Kallman has inked a three-year contract to play with the Minnesota Thunder of the United Soccer Leagues (USL) First Division. Kallman, who was born in Omaha and attended high school in Minnesota, played for the Bluejays in 2005.

A graduate of Woodbury (Minn.) High School he will return to play professional soccer in the state he prepped in. Prior to his one-season stint with the Bluejays, Kallman attended Jacksonville University for three seasons. In Kallman's one campaign at Creighton he started 17 of the 23 matches he played in, helping to anchor a stingy Bluejay offense. The 2005 Bluejay squad posted 10 shutouts and ranked 23rd in the NCAA with a 0.80 goals against average and finished 15-5-3 while advancing to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals.
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