The year was 1973, Colleges and Universities were still making their annual trip to St. Louis to recruit and entice the best in soccer talent, possibly in the United States, to join their programs. Kevin Eagan was a perfect fit for the University of South Florida. Ending his 4 years at USF, Kevin was named to the All-South, and All-Conference Teams and at the Senior Soccer Bowl, named Defensive Player MVP. That culminated with his being a 1st Round Draft Choice by the Tampa Bay Rowdies in the 1977 NASL Draft. 1978 the Rowdies were Soccer Bowl RunnerUps, the following year found Kevin with the NY Cosmos with fellow St. Louisians David Brcic (HOF 2013) and Eric Delabar (HOF 2011) with another Runner-Up finish. Then on to the Tulsa Roughnecks playing both Outdoor and Indoor. After his professional career was over, Kevin was a perfect fit onto any Amateur Club and that proved to be a winner. As a member of the Tulsa Southern Knights, they won 4 consecutive League Titles. Before leaving Tulsa, Kevin, along with Hall of Famer Denny Werner (HOF 2004) won the Over/30 US National Championship in 1986 with the SK Falling Stars of Tulsa. At the same time during his playing career in Tulsa, Kevin coached the Budweiser Mustangs Women Team to 3 consecutive League and State titles. It was then to Chicago, Kevin immediately hooked up with the nationally known Schwaben AC where his playing helped win additional League and State Titles and Over/30 League Titles.