Born: September 11, 1998
Birthplace: Aachen, Germany
College: Marshall University
Milo Yosef Bio
Milo Yosef returns to FC Tulsa for the 2024 USL Championship season.
Milo Yosef inked his first professional contract with FC Tulsa ahead of the 2023 USL Championship season.
Yosef led the club in chances created (57) for the 2023 season. The breakout rookie made 20 starts for the season playing 2,631 minutes. In the 2023 season, Yosef notched 8 goals for FC Tulsa.
Yosef played four years at Marshall University from 2019-2022 where he quickly solidified himself as on of the NCAA’s top talents. Over his 74 collegiate appearances, Yosef totaled 27 goals (fifth-best in program history) with 18 assists (third-best in program history) en route to winning an NCAA National Championship, multiple Division I Second-Team All America awards, and a 2019 All-Conference Offensive MVP award.
As a redshirt freshman in 2019, Yosef burst onto the scene with 12 goals and three assists while leading Conference USA in every offensive category. He earned a plethora of awards that season headlined by Conference USA Offensive MVP and his first of two Second Team All America and Southeast Region honors. He became the first play in program history to earn that accolade. In addition, Yosef was named to the All-Conference USA First Team, Conference USA Freshman of the Year, and earned multiple Player of the Week awards.
His sophomore season saw Yosef hoist the College Cup trophy as Marshall were NCAA Division I Champions with its victory over Indiana. Yosef appeared on the MAC Hermann Trophy Preseason Watch List heading into the season and concluded the campaign with a Second Team All-Conference USA mention after scoring four goals with four assists.
Yosef’s junior season at Marshall was defined by his ability to set his teammates up for goals. He tallied eight assists to pair with three goals and received another 2021 First Team All-Conference USA award and another 2021 Second Team All-Southeast Region nod as well.
Yosef’s numbers were on the rise again his senior season with eight goals (the third-best total in the conference) and three assists. He was named to the NCAA Division I All-America Second Team for the second time in his college career and finished as a MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist. Yosef also earned the titles of the Sun Belt Men’s Soccer Player of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year.