Honors & Awards
- MLS SuperDraft Selection: 2010 (Fourth round by Colorado)
- NSCAA/Performance Subaru All-Midwest Region Second Team: 2009
All-Missouri Valley Conference First Team: 2009
All-Missouri Valley Conference Second Team: 2006 and 2008
CollegeSoccerNews.com Freshman All-America Third Team: 2006
Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year: 2006
Missouri Valley Conference All-Newcomer Team: 2006
Honorable Mention MVC Scholar-Athlete Team: 2007
CollegeSoccerNews.com National Team of the Week: 9/2/08 and 9/7/09
Soccer America National Team of the Week: 9/2/08 and 9/7/09
MVC Offensive Player of the Week: 8/28/06, 10/2/06, 9/2/08, 9/8/09
Busey Bank Kickoff Festivall Most Valuable Player: 2009
Memphis Diadora Tournament Most Valuable Player: 2008
Busey Bank Kickoff Festivall All-Tournament Team: 2009
Hotels at Grand Prairie Classic All-Tournament Team: 2009
Memphis Diadora Tournament All-Tournament Team: 2008
Wake Forest Tournament All-Tournament Team: 2007
- Bradley Offensive MVP: 2008 and 2009
Bradley A.D. Honor Roll: Fall 2006, Spring 2007, Fall 2007, Fall 2008
Prairie Farms/MVC Student-Athlete of the Week: 9/7/07
Country Scholar-Athlete of the Week: 9/6/07, 11/13/07, 9/9/09
At Bradley (2006-09)
Bradley's leading scorer in each of his final three seasons, Cutshaw was a fourth-round selection by Colorado in the 2010 Major League Soccer SuperDraft ... A three-time All-Missouri Valley Conference pick and a second-team NSCAA All-Midwest region selection in 2009, Cutshaw tied Bryan Namoff for second place on Bradley's all-time goal-scoring list with 32 career tallies and he finished fifth on the overall scoring list with 74 career points as a Brave ... He secured his place in Bradley Soccer lore during the 2007 NCAA Tournament by converting the deciding shootout penalty kick at Indiana in the second round, then scoring the tying goal with 37 seconds left in regulation and the winner with 1-minute, 15-seconds remaining in the second overtime of the 3-2 victory at Maryland in the third round ... The Valley's Offensive Player of the Week four times, Cutshaw also earned national Team-of-the-Week honors twice and he was an all-tournament selection six times in his career ... Academically, the international business major has earned a spot on the Bradley Athletic Director's Honor Roll four times and he was selected The Valley's male Scholar-Athlete of the Week Sept. 7, 2007.
Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots SOG GWG GWA
2006 19 15 5 2 12 48 19 2 1
2007 26 20 8 3 19 47 22 2 2
2008 20 19 9 2 20 67 30 2 0
2009 18 18 10 3 23 53 27 2 0
Totals 83 72 32 10 74 215 98 8 3
Single-Game Career Bests
Goals: 3 vs. Mercer (9/6/09)
Assists: 1 eight times, last vs. Western Michigan (9/11/09)
Points: 6 vs. Mercer - 3 goals (9/6/09)
A highly-decorated player, Cutshaw was a 2005 NSCAA High School All-American and was the runner-up for Indiana Player of the Year ... Named to the Indianapolis Star Super Soccer Team and the All-North Soccer Team in 2005, Cutshaw set single-season scoring records at Carmel High School for points (81), goals (36), game-winning goals (13), consecutive games with a goal (12) and hat tricks (4) ... Led Carmel to conference, sectional, regional and semi-state championships in 2005.
Played for the Carmel United Soccer Club Inferno, leading the team in goals and points in 2005 and assists and points in 2004 ... Helped CUSC Inferno to state championships in 2001, 2002 and 2005, as well as a U.S. club soccer regional runner-up position in 2004 ... Played for the Indiana ODP team in 2001 and 2002 and was an alternate in 2004.
In his first season in the Premier Development League, Cutshaw was the leading scorer for the Sioux Falls SpitFire in 2007, scoring 15 points on seven goals and an assist ... His seven goals were nearly one-half of the team’s 15 goals for the season ... After scoring two goals and two assists in nine games for the Chicago Fire Premier in 2008, Cutshaw was the team’s second-leading scorer in 2009, helping the PDL squad to the playoffs with a 10-1-5 regular-season record and into the main draw of the 2009 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
The son of David and Debbie Cutshaw, Chris was born April 6, 1988 ... Majoring in international business.