Major League Soccer announced on Monday the 2013 AT&T Rookie of the Year, as well as the Xbox Individual and Team Fair Play awards.
Dillon Powers was the chosen Rookie of the Year in 2013 after his outstanding performance for the Colorado Rapids on his first year as a professional player where he started in 29 games. A skillful, dynamic player out of the University of Notre Dame, the 22 year old established himself as one of the most consistent central midfielders in MLS.
In his rookie season, Powers displayed his physical talents and reliability while logging 2,457 minutes for the Rapids. He also contributed five goals and six assists, second on the Rapids in both categories.
All first-year players in MLS without previous professional experience were eligible for the AT&T Rookie of the Year award. The other two finalists were Colorado Rapids forward Deshorn Brown and Seattle Sounders FC defender DeAndre Yedlin.
Here are the results of the votes made by media members, MLS players and MLS club management: