Accolades: Named to Fall 2010 America East Honor Roll.
2011: Recorded a season-best four assists while starting 14 games for the Retrievers… Posted the four assists in a three-game span… Opened with a career-best two-assist effort on Sept. 24 in a 3-1 win at Longwood… Helped set up Pete Caringi for the go-ahead goal in the 63th minute… It was the Retrievers’ lone two-assist effort of the campaign… Three days later, he set up Kingsley Onwuka for a game-tying score in the 87th minute at La Salle… In the conference opener on Oct. 1, his shot in the 77th minute hit the post, and Andrew Bulls converted the rebound for game-winner in a 2-1 triumph… Is one of two Retrievers (Caringi) with 10 career assists…. Took a career-high 24 shots on the season… Leads all active Retrievers with 57 games played.
2010: Competed in all 20 games for the second consecutive season… Started in the midfield on four occasions… Recorded an assist in a losing effort at Towson on Sept. 8…, Drew a secondary assist on Pete Caringi’s late game-tying goal vs. La Salle in an eventual 2-1 overtime win over the Explorers on Sept. 15… Three days later, his perfect serve deep in the second half was again converted by Caringi for the game-winning score in a come-from-behind 3-2 win at Mount St. Mary’s… Scored one of the most stunning goals in school history to five UMBC a 2-1 overtime win at No. 23 Penn State on Oct. 20… Entered the game just moments before he arched a 26-yard bender from the left wing into the right side netting in the 99th minute of action… Two of his three career goals have been road game-winners.
2009: Scored one of UMBC’s biggest and most impressive goals of the season, getting the eventual game-winner at UNH in the America East semifinals on Nov. 11… As a reserve, he converted Andrew Bulls’ corner kick in the 41st minute, volleying in a rocket from 20 yards out… Appeared in all 20 games and started 16 at a central midfield position… Drew assists in his debut vs. Virginia Tech (Sept. 1) and in games vs. Delaware (Sept. 4) and Stony Brook (Oct. 7)… Scored his first collegiate goal vs. St. Francis (Pa.), the insurance marker, in the opener of the adidas Kick-Off Classic on Sept. 10… Averaged 39.8 minutes played per game.
Background: Majoring in economics... Captured a 2008 Ontario Cup championship with his club team, Vaughan Azzuri… The team also won The Baltimore Showcase in the spring of 2009… The 2007 Junior Male Athlete of the Year and the 2009 Most Valuable Player in men’s soccer at Emily Carr Secondary School… Lists his best performance as a two-goal effort vs. the Toronto FC U-18 Academy team… Earned Most Valuable Player honors in volleyball in 2006… An honor roll student each year at Emily Carr… Lists his favorite team as Manchester United and favorite book as “To Kill a Mockingbird”… Considered schools in the Colonial, MAAC, and NEC, but selected UMBC “because I saw potential in the soccer program, and the school provided what I wanted academically”… Has a younger brother, Vasilige, who is 18, and a younger sister, Nikolina, who is 16… Son of Slavka and Zoran Kapor… Full name is Milovan Kapor… Born Aug. 5, 1991.