At Charlotte: 2015- Played an integral role in helping the 49ers finish second in the Conference USA Regular Season standings and earn an NCAA tournament bid. Selected as the 31st overall pick in the MLS SuperDraft by the Columbus Crew. Named Conference USA Offensive MVP and won the golden boot award, given to the top scorer in the league. Was named second-team NCSAA All-American and first-team All-Conference USA. Named to the NSCAA All-Southeast Region First Team and NCCSIA First-Team All-State. Named Conference USA Offensive Player of the week after scoring three goals and notching one assist in wins against Virginia Tech and #22 South Carolina (October 20 and October 23). Earned TopDrawerSoccer National Team of the Week (October 5). Named to College Soccer News National Team of the Week and TopDrawerSoccer National Team of the Week (October 26). Won Conference USA Offensive Player Of The Week after scoring a game-winning goal against FIU (October 3). Led Conference USA in shots (67), points (27), goals (12), and game-winning goals (5). Scored goals in seven consecutive games. Prior to the season, was named C-USA's Preseason Offensive Player of the Year, and dubbed to the MAC Hermann Award Watch List. Appeared in and started all 20 games. Recorded 67 shots. Registered four shots in a 2-1 victory over Radford in the NCAA Tournament (November 19). Finished his career as seventh in school history with 83 career points (34 goals, 15 assists). Finished his career tied for fourth in school history with 34 career goals. 2014 - Played an integral role in helping the 49ers capture the Conference USA Regular Season and earn a #10 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Named MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist. Earned second-team NSCAA and College Soccer News All-American honors...Named Conference USA Co-Offensive MVP. Named Conference USA All-Tournament team. Named first-team All-Conference USA and NCCSIA First-Team All-State. Named Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week twice (September 15 and October 13). Named to TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week (October 14). Finished the season with nine goals and seven assists. Led Conference USA in points with 25. 2013 - Played an integral role in helping the 49ers capture the Conference USA Tournament title and earn a national seed in the NCAA Tournament. Shared the Conference USA Golden Boot Award after tying for the league lead with seven goals in Conference USA play. Scored a team-leading 11 goals overall. Named third-team All-Conference USA. Named Team MVP. Earned second-team NCCSIA All-State honors. Named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week twice (October 28 and November 11). Named Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week twice (October 28 and November 11). Scored two goals against Clemson (October 22), Florida Atlantic (October 30) and FIU (November 8). Scored the game-winning goal against Campbell (September 21). Recorded three assists. Against Florida Atlantic, he scored two goals and recorded an assist. Against Old Dominion and Campbell, he scored a goal and recorded an assist. 2012 - Saw action in 18 games with one start at Richmond. Finished the season with two goals (La Salle and Rhode Island). Against Rhode Island, he scored a goal and assisted on two other goals. Finished the season with 15 shots. Had four games with at least two shots.
At Marvin Ridge: Played in the inaugural high school All-American game in 2011. Named one of the Top 20 recruits in the South Atlantic Region by TopDrawerSoccer.com. Led Marvin Ridge to the playoffs four consecutive years where they won the 3A state championship in 2009. Finished his high school career with 76 goals and 58 assists. Named Conference Player of the Year twice. Was a two-time All-State and three-time All-Region selection. Named Union County Weekly Boys Soccer Player of the Year in 2011. Helped his Charlotte Soccer Academy team qualify for the National Tournament twice.
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