Kenny Putnam

Kenny Putnam

Men’s Soccer, 1995-1996

Kenneth Putnam, Jr. was a star soccer player for FCC from 1995 to 1996. He held the title of leading scorer in FCC soccer history until 2016, when his record 22 goals was tied by Maycol Nunez. He still holds the record for most career points in FCC soccer history and is second all-time in goals per game, goals per season, and points per season. 

Putnam was selected to the First Team All-Region XX, All-Conference Maryland JUCO in both 1995 and 1996. 

He has been Head Coach of the Hood College Men’s Soccer team since 2014.

“FCC provided me the opportunity to continue my education and play soccer at the College level. During my time on the team, I formed life-long friendships and learned what it meant to be a college-level player. My FCC experience is one of the foundational building blocks that enabled me to become the Head Men’s Coach at Hood College. I humbly accept and appreciate this recognition of my career success. I would like to thank my teammates and head coach Keith Collins for being part of my journey.” - Kenneth Putnam, Jr.