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15 Daniel Barir
Daniel  Barir


Copenhagen, Denmark

High School:
Oregaard Gymnasium

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 140



Four Goals Power Virginia Past Hofstra

Opoku’s four points spark largest offensive output since 2013


Opoku Goal Lifts Virginia to 1-0 Win Over Hofstra

Cavaliers record third straight clean sheet


No. 17 Virginia Scores 3-0 Win Over VCU

Cavaliers earn first clean sheet of 2016 as Opoku, Aguilar and Wade score


No. 12 Virginia Cruises to 3-1 Win at James Madison

Opoku, Nus and Aguilar each score as Cavaliers dominate in Harrisonburg


No. 12 Virginia Plays Xavier to 1-1 Draw

Caldwell makes six saves, while Maric scores game-tying goal for UVA

• Appeared in 16 of 20 games for the Cavaliers this season, starting nine matches
• Led the team in assists with four
• Recorded first point of his career against Xavier (9/2), assisting on the Cavaliers’ lone goal
• Tallied his first multi-point game against VCU (9/14), assisting on two of the Cavaliers’ three goals that night


• Played in one match during freshman season, coming off bench and playing 13 minutes in UVA midfield against Portland (10/5)
• Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Played for B93 U-19, one of top youth academies in Copenhagen
• Earned full scholarship at FC Copenhagen School of Excellence from 2009-12 and was member of the academy squad from U-14 to U-17
• Part of Israel's National Youth Team setup for U-16 and U-17 teams
• Played in international tournaments and won against academies from Bayern Munich, Lyon, Blackburn, New York Red Bulls, Malmö and Qatar

• Parents are Lars Lüthjohan Jensen and Sharon Barir Jensen
• Born in Petah Tikva, Israel
• Has one sister, Dominique



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