2018: Started four games before suffering a season-ending injury … Scored a goal in wins over Vermont (8/26) and University of San Diego (8/31) … Played a season-high 79 minutes versus Vermont … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2017: Missed the season to injury.
UC Santa Barbara
2015, 2016 All-Big West First Team
2015 NSCAA Far West All-Region Second Team
2016 Big West Midfielder of the Year
2016 NSCAA Far West All-Region Third Team
2016: One of the team captains, Feucht started all 20 of UCSB's games as a true junior ... Had a breakout year offensively, scoring a team-high 11 goals and adding two assists for 24 points ... After the regular season, was named the Big West Midfielder of the Year ... He is the fifth Gaucho midfielder since 2004 to be named conference mid of the year and the first since Nic Ryan in 2012 ... Was also named to the All-Big West First Team for the second consecutive year ... Led the conference in goals per game (0.55) and points per game (1.20), ranked second in total goals and points ... Scored a goal in five staight games between Sept. 17 and Oct. 1, becoming just the sixth Gaucho ever to record a five-game goalscoring streak ... Goals came against UCLA, Loyola Marymount, Cal, UC Riverside, and Cal State Fullerton ... Had three game-winning goals on the season ... Picked up his second career brace (first and only one of 2016) at home against San Diego on Sept. 2, scoring the first two goals of an eventual 5-2 UCSB win ... Logged a total of 1,843 minutes on the pitch, just behind Nick DePuy for the team lead ... Was on the field 98% of the time this season ... Took a total of 43 shots on the season, with 19 on frame ... Had a team-high .256 shooting percentage ... Was booked three times ... Converted two of his three penalty kick chances, making him 6-7 in his career ... Team was 6-4-2 when he recorded a point ... Was named the Big West Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 3 after scoring a game-tying goal against UC Riverside and then potting the game-winner against Cal State Fullerton ... Was named to the College Soccer News Team of the Week on Sept. 5 after his two-goal game against USD ... Before the season, was named to the Preseason Big West All-Conference Team ... Listed as the No. 67 player in the country in Top Drawer Soccer's Preseason Top-100 ... Listed as the No. 70 college player in Top Drawer midseason Top-100 ... Had five goals in seven away appearances ... Had six goals and 14 points over eight games in September ... Scored UCSB's only postseason goal – in the Big West Semis vs. Cal State Fullerton – finishing off a low Noah Billingsley cross in the 64th minute.
2015: In his first year with the Gauchos, played in 22 of the team's 23 matches ... Started in all 22 of his appearances ... Totaled six goals and two assists on the season for 14 points ... After the season, was named to the All-Big West First Team and All-Region Second Team ... Played 1,986 minutes on the season, tops among the team's midfielders ... Finished second on the squad in goals and third in points ... Went 4-4 in penalty kicks ... Took all but one of the team's five penalty kicks on the year ... Took 35 shots on the year, placing 16 on frame ... Converted a 78th minute penalty against Cal State Fullerton on Oct. 10 for his first NCAA goal and point ... Scored both goals in a 2-1 UCSB win over UC Davis on Oct. 22, scoring on a PK on both sides of halftime ... Notched a goal in the Sweet Sixteen against Clemson on Nov. 29 that made it 2-2 in the 69th minute, pouncing on a poor back pass by a Tigers defender ... His first goal in the run of play came on Oct. 14 at Sacramento State, as he knocked home a rebound of a Geoffrey Acheampong shot ... Had a goal in his UCSB debut against Westmont on Aug. 22, heading in a Drew Murphy cross in the exhibition ... Operated as a holding midfielder early on in the year, switched to a more attacking role starting Oct. 28 against Sacramento State ... After being held without a point in the first 12 games of the season, had a point in seven of his final 10 outings.
University of Charleston
Feucht starred as a true freshman in his one season at Division II Charleston ... Charleston reached the championship match of the D-II NCAA Tournament, eventually falling 3-2 for their only loss of the season ... Golden Eagles ended the season with a 22-1-1 record and a 85-12 goal differential ... Feucht himself scored seven goals and three assists in 20 starts ... Scored goals in the Elite Eight and Sweet Sixteen rounds of the Division II NCAA Tournament ... Operated mostly as a mid ... Team won the Mountain East Conference ... Feucht was named to the All-Mountain East Conference First Team and the Daktronics NCAA Division II All-Atlantic Region Team following the season.
High School / Club
Played for the club teams Vfr Wormatia and Karlsruher Sportclub in his native Germany.
Kevin Feucht was born on Aug. 10, 1994 in Sonthofen, Germany to parents Peter and Brigitte ... Has an older sibling, Madlien ... Aspires to have a career in business consulation ... When not playing soccer, he loves participating in other sports like skiing, basketball, biking, and skateboarding ... Calls playing in the Division II final with Charleston his most memorable sporting moment ... Would love to play against UCLA in front of a sold-out Harder Stadium crowd ... Liverpool FC is his favorite pro team ... Reds legend and current LA Galaxy midfielder Steven Gerrard is his favorite player ... Favorite movies include Law Abiding Citizen, 300, and Lucky Number Slevin ... Enjoys watching Californication and Breaking Bad.