2012: Started the final 15 games of his first season in the black and gold… Made 19 total appearances, missing three non-conference games after suffering a concussion… Finished second on the team with six assists… Took the majority of corner kicks and free kicks from the right side of the pitch… Scored all of his points in a five-game stretch at the tail end of the season… Produced three multiple-point efforts… Recorded two assists vs. Boston University, including the secondary helper on Pete Caringi’s GWG on Oct. 13… Matched that two-assist effort with assists on goals No. 3 and 5 in 7-1 triumph over Hartford on Oct. 24… Recorded an assist on the GWG and scored his first UMBC goal in the 53’ in the regular season finale, a 3-0 win over Binghamton... Played all 110 minutes in post-season games vs. UNH, Old Dominion and North Carolina… Participated in penalty kick shootouts in all three contest and converted on all three occasions. 2010: Saw action in 15 games at N.C. State in the fall of 2010, including six starts, as an outside midfielder ... Tied for the lead among the Pack's freshman class with seven points, on two goals and three assists ... Recorded goals against VMI and Presbyterian ... Also had an assist in the VMI win ... Notched assists against No. 20 Louisville and at No. 15 Boston College. Background: Majoring in psychology… A four-year letterwinner at McDonogh… An NSCAA All-American... Named All-State, All-Metro, All-MIAA and All-South… Captained the team as a junior and senior... Eagles were four-time state champions, three-time regional champions, and two-time MIAA champions (2007 and 2008)... Played club soccer for the Baltimore Bays Chelsea... Helped team to 2007 and 2008 USYSA national championship... Scored in both national finals, including the game-winning goal in 2008.... Won 2007 Region I premier league… Lists favorite professional side at Liverpool FC… A fan of The Godfather trilogy… Originally from Bamoko, Mali… Lone child of Kansa and Amadau Kansaye… Born Oct. 13, 1992.
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