2007: Named Second Team All America East... Finished tied for fifth in the conference with 12 points... Tied with Andrew Gillis for team lead in scoring... Contributed assists in both of UMBC’s wins at Navy’s Anders Classic to open the season and had three helpers in UMBC’s first five matches... Did not hit the nets until Game No. 11, but tallied the game-winning goal in the fourth minute in a 3-0 win over Maine on Oct. 13... Put together a three-game goal scoring streak, UMBC’s longest of the season, in three road games at Howard, Boston Univ., and Hartford... Converted one of UMBC’s penalty kicks in UMBC’s quarterfinal match at Hartford... UMBC’s active career leader with 11 goals and 32 points.
2006: Posted four goals and three assists... started all but one contest in ‘06... Opened the campaign with an insurance goal vs. St. Joseph’s... Scored a brilliant unassisted goal in the 64th minute to give UMBC a 1-0 lead at Drexel... Converted his lone penalty kick chance of the season at Albany... Assisted on Kevin Mezzadra’s game-winning, overtime score at Maine... Capped the season with an unassisted score on second effort in the 5-2 win over Hartford.
2005: Scored UMBC’s first goal of the season in the sixth minute of the second game... Recorded five shots (four on goal) in that contest vs. Niagara... In the following game, he produced a multiple-point effort with a goal and an assist vs. Rider... Started four of the first five games, but came off the bench in his final 14 appearances... Credited with assists in back-to-back wins over Bowling Green and Mount St. Mary’s, but went scoreless for the next seven contests... Tallied one of UMBC’s biggest goals of the season when he scored on a breakaway 41 seconds into overtime in a 1-0 Homecoming win over Maine.
BACKGROUND: Majoring in business tech administration... A first-team All-Metro selection in both soccer and track and field at Watkins Mill… Also earned top honors from The Montgomerty Gazette and The Montgomery Journal… Helped the Wolverines to the title in the 4A Division in his senior year… Won the 100-meter dash at the state high school 4A regionals and also earned a gold medal in the 4 x 200-meter relay at the same competition in his junior year… Considered other outstanding programs such as Connecticut, James Madison, and American… The third youngest of six siblings… His parents hail from Togo… Earned honor roll and Most Improved Student honors at WMHS… Enjoys cooking and lists favorite food as Chinese food… Son of Kossiwa and Amuzu Daniel Gnatiko… Full name is Comlan Keva Kevin Gnatiko… Born June 3, 1986.