1994 MAC Hermann Trophy Winner

College: Indiana University

Position: Midfielder

Hometown: Warren, MI

Maisonneuve played for the Indiana Hoosiers from 1991-1994. He earned All-America honors as a Junior and Senior and was named the MAC Hermann Trophy winner in 1994. A two-time Big Ten Player of the Year, Maisonneuve finished his career with 44 goals and 22 assists, and led Indiana to a pair of NCAA College Cup appearances and back-to-back Big Ten regular season titles. During his four years at Indiana, the Hoosiers were 73-15-7. In 2013, Maisonneuve was inducted into the Indiana Athletics Hall of Fame.

Brian Maisonneuve was a two-way central midfielder for the Columbus Crew from 1996 until his retirement after the 2004 season. He made 189 regular-season and playoff appearances (175 starts) with 23 goals and 30 assists despite missing the 2000 season due to an injury.

Maisonneuve was a three-time MLS All-Star (1998, ’99 and 2002), led the US with two goals at the 1996 Olympics and appeared in all three 1998 World Cup matches.

After retiring from MLS in 2004, Maisonneuve spent four years as an assistant coach with the U.S. U-17 National Team in Florida. He also served as an assistant coach for the U.S. U-20 National Team in 2007 during the CONCACAF qualification process and coached the U-20s in the 2007 FIFA World Cup in Canada. He then spent two years as an assistant coach at the University of Louisville before returning to his alma mater in 2010 where he is currently the Associate Head Coach.