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Abdou Mbacke Thiam
Abdou Mbacke  Thiam

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Dakar, Senegal

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 160

Position:
Forward


11/10/2017

Men's Soccer Edged in AAC Semifinals

Last-Minute Finish in Dallas.

11/09/2017

MSOC to Face UCF in AAC Semifinals

Tournament Hosted by SMU at Westcott Field in Dallas, Texas.

11/08/2017

Six Huskies Earn All-Conference Awards

Thiam, Hauser-Ramsey Selected First Team All-AAC.

11/05/2017

Huskies Edged at No. 13 SMU, 1-0

UConn Enters AAC Tournament as No. 3 Seed

11/03/2017

MSOC Prepares for Showdown with No. 13 SMU

Winner Hosts the AAC Tournament on Nov. 10, 12.

10/31/2017

UCONN vs Yale

UCONN vs Yale (photo by Stephen Slade)

10/02/2017

UCONN vs Maryland

UCONN vs Maryland (photo by Stephen Slade)

09/26/2017

UCONN vs Providence

UCONN vs Providence (photo by Stephen Slade)

09/13/2017

UCONN vs Hofstra

UCONN vs Hofstra (photo by Stephen Slade)

09/09/2017

UCONN vs Georgetown

UCONN vs Georgetown (photo by Stephen Slade)

AS A JUNIOR (2017): UConn’s top goal scorer that made starts in all 18 games…Led the team in goals (10), assists (4), points (24) and shots (68)…Served as a team co-captain…Selected for the second-straight season to the American Athletic Conference All-First Team…Named AAC Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 25…Earned five mentions on the AAC Honor Roll…Placed on the All-AAC Tournament Team for his performance in the semifinals against UCF (Nov. 10)…Scored six game-winning goals for the Huskies, including a tally in the 94th minute against Quinnipiac (Aug. 28)…Accounted for eight points in conference play (three goals, two assists)…Led the conference in shots on goal (68)…Ranked fourth in the conference in points, third in goals and second in game-winners…Scored a goal in four straight games from Sept. 12 to 26…Multi-goal game in a 2-2 tie with North Florida (Sept. 16).


AS A SOPHOMORE (2016):
Recognized as a First Team All-Conference member... Tallied a team-high 24 points and 10 goals, also chipped in four assists...Ranked third in The American and 36th nationally in total points...Tied for second in The American in goals scored, placed 33rd nationally...Led the team with six game-winning goals, slotted fifth nationally and second in conference...Recorded a point in seven-consecutive contests from Sept 17-Oct. 11...During that stretch registered a goal in six of those matches...Season-high two goals against Loyola-Maryland on Sept. 17.                                                                                                                                         
AS A FRESHMAN (2015):
Exploded onto the collegiate scene, starting in all 22 games… Named to the American Athletic Conference All-Second and All-Rookie teams after scoring 11 goals… Ranked second in the league and 21st in the nation with 11 tallies and also stood 23rd overall with four game-winning goals… Recorded three multi-goal games, including two during UConn’s 4-0 victory over Temple in the American Athletic Conference quarterfinal on Nov. 9.

Personal: French major.


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