The ISAA Player of the Year was an annual U.S. college soccer award presented by the Intercollegiate Soccer Association of America (ISAA) between 1984 and 1995. In 1984, the ISAA began recognizing outstanding men's NCAA soccer players with an annual Player of the Year award. In 1985 the ISAA expanded its recognition program to include women's collegiate players. The ISAA continued to award this honor through the 1995 season, the last year that any player was named. The NCAA recognizes these players in its record books.
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