Alecko is the son of Andranik Eskandarian who played soccer professionally for the New York Cosmos. Alecko, a forward, played at the University of Virginia and was the Hermann Trophy winner in 2002. Alecko has been a pro in the MLS since 2003, originally with DC United before moving on to Toronto F.C. and Real Salt Lake. He currently is playing for Chivas USA.
Ryan, a defender/midfielder, was an All American at San Jose State. He was drafted to the MLS by the Dallas Burn in 2001, where he played for 3 years. He played his first cap for the Men's U.S. National Team in 2003. In 2004, Ryan moved to the LA Galaxy where he was voted fans' "Player of the Year" and in 2005 he moved on to Chivas USA.
AS a graduate of UC Berkeley, Joy joined the US Women's National Team in 1987. A founding member of the WUSA, Joy retired from the Women's National Team in 2004. She was the only Women's National Team member to play all minutes of the 1995, 1999, and 2003 Women's World Cups, as well as the 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games. Joy is the highest scoring defender of the US Women's National Team.
Shannon Mac Millan, a graduate of the University of Portland, was awarded the Hermann Award as college soccer's top player. She was one of the founding members of the WUSA's San Diego Spirit and also played as a member of the US Women's National Team that won the Gold Medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics as well as the 1999 Women's World Cup. In 2002 Shannon was voted US Soccer's Female Athlete of the Year. Shannon continues to educate in soccer as the assistant coach at UCLA and through her annual summer soccer camps for girls ages 8-18.
An All American Goalkeeper at the College of William and Mary, Adin was drafted by the Colorado Rapids in 2000. He continued to play in the MLS with the Tampa Bay Mutiny, before joining the New England Revolution in 2002 where he guided them into the MLS Championships. In 2004, Adin joined the Norwegian Premier League as goalkeeper for Aelesund FK. In 2007, wearing the Full90 Headguard, Adin headed in the tying goal against Rosenborg, scoring his first ever goal.
Julian, a defender, was an all-American at Wake Forest University where he became a member of the US U-20 Men's National Team and played in the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada. He also played with Raleigh CASL Elite in the Premier Development League. In 2008, Julian was drafted into the MLS by the LA Galaxy, where he plays alongside David Beckham.