South Carolina and Clemson met on the soccer field to open the 2006 season on Aug. 25.
2007 C-USA Academic Honor Roll
2007 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
Saw action in 12 contests ... Collected three assists on the year, including two in 4-0 victory against College of Charleston (Sept. 19) ... Also recorded assist on lone Carolina goal in 1-1 tie against UCF in regular-season finale (Nov. 7).
Saw action in all 19 contests, making six starts for the Gamecock offense ... Tallied three assists and eight shots on the year ... Contributed first assist of the season on game-winning tally in 2-1 overtime victory over Wofford (Sept. 11) ... Also contributed assists at No. 9 Duke (Sept. 19) and on lone Gamecock goal in 1-1 tie against No. 25 Memphis (Oct. 20) ... Named to the Conference USA Academic Honor Roll ... Also named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Played in seven matches as a true freshman ... Registered a pair of assists for two total points, the first in the season opener against No. 5 Clemson (Aug. 25) and the second in the season finale against UAB (Nov. 1) ... Made the C-USA Honor Roll.
Played for coach Roger Carpenter at Aiken High School ... Selected the Region MVP by the Augusta Chronicle ... A 2006 All-Stater ... Member of SC Soccer's Super 22 team in 2006 ... An all-region selection, 2004-06 ... Named his team's offensive MVP in 2004 and 2005 ... Scored 85 goals and logged 78 assists during his prep career ... Helped Aiken High to the Upper State Finals in 2004 and Region Championships in 2004 and 2005 ... Competed in club soccer for the Aiken Fire and coach Justin Rhodes ... The Fire won the South Carolina State Championship (2001-2003), captured the Region III Championship in 2002 and finished as runner-up at Nationals in 2002 ... A member of the South Carolina Olympic Development (ODP) team 1998-2002 ... Also ran cross country and was a standout kicker on the football team ... In football, made the Aiken Standard All-Area team in 2004 and 2005 and Augusta Chronicle All-Area team in 2005 ... A member of Young Life ... Served as a Student Council Representative and on the Senior Executive Committee.
Born Feb. 19, 1988 ...Parents are Ken and Deirdre Reardon ... Father played in the Canadian Football League ... Grandfather, Kenny Reardon, was an NHL standout during the 1940s, won two Stanley Cups with the Montreal Canadiens and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1966 ... Double major in management and marketing ... First name is pronounced "Sky-ler" ... Full name is Kenneth Schuyler McCormick Reardon.