|Hometown:||San Diego, Calif.|
|High School:||Mt. Carmel HS|
as a Sophomore (2011): All-MAC First Team selection ... started all 23 matches, finishing second on the team with 10 assists (eighth nationally) ... also scored three goals ... found the net twice at Western Michigan (Nov. 11) to fuel UA to a 3-0 win ... recorded at least one point in five straight contests from Nov. 11 to Oct. 15, totalling two goals and four assists during that stretch ... assisted a pair of goals in a come-from-behind victory at Buffalo (Oct. 21) ... assisted four game-winning goals in all, including wins against Saint Louis (Sept. 10), Northern Illinois (Oct. 8), Penn State (Oct. 12) and Hartwick (Oct. 15).
as a Freshman at Bradley (2010): Named to Freshman All-Amercan teams by Goal.com (second team) and College Soccer News (third team) ... All-Missouri Valley Conference Second Team honoree ... MVC All-Freshman Team ... Started all 22 games he appeared in as a freshman ... Named MVC Tournament MVP after helping the Braves to their second league tournament title and fifth appearance in the NCAA Tournament ... Set the school record for assists by a freshman with 10 ... Scored the game-winning goal in the 27th minute Nov. 6 at No. 10 Creighton ... Assisted each of Bradley's first three goals of the 2010 season, including the 89th minute game-winner in the season-opener at Saint Peter's.
Prior to Akron: A varsity player all four years at Mt. Carmel High School in San Diego, Quinn captained his squad the last two years and helped the Sundevils to a semifinal appearance in the California Interscholastic Federation in 2008-09 ... The 2010 North County Times Player of the Year, Quinn scored 43 points on 18 goals and seven assists this year, breaking his own single-season school record he set last year with 16 goals ... Played for the FC San Diego and captained his club the last five years ... During the most recent club season, Quinn was the top scorer in the U19 Premier Elite Presidio League, finishing the year with 14 goals in 13 games ... He also was a 2009 adidas Elite Soccer Program All-Star.
Personal: Quinn is the son of Brian Quinn, who played in the English Premier League during the 1980s and with the U.S. National Team from 1991-94.