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4 Nate Odusote
Nate  Odusote


North Haledon, N.J.

High School:
Hawthorne Christian

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 189



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• Played in three matches
• Started at center forward for UVA’s NCAA tournament match at Stanford (11/27)
• Came off the bench to play in two games at defender: Coastal Carolina (8/26) and at Louisville (9/24)


• Played in five matches at defender, including starts at center back in each of UVA's last three matches (each postseason match)
• Started at Notre Dame in ACC tournament and vs. Rider and Maryland in NCAA tournament
• Also saw playing time off the bench in ACC matches against Louisville and North Carolina
• Played final 90 minutes (70 in regulation, 20 in extra time) off bench at center back in place of Sheldon Sullivan against UNC (10/30)
• Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Played in six matches off bench during his freshman season
• Saw time against Syracuse, James Madison, Pitt, George Mason, Duke and Wake Forest

• Played for New York Red Bulls Academy
• Earned three Northeast Division championships with academy team
• Team gave up fewest goals in country in 2012-13
• Played high school soccer his freshman and sophomore seasons
• Totaled 30 goals and 15 assists during his two seasons of high school soccer
• Was North Jersey Sophomore of the Year and an all-state honoree
• Also played basketball for two years; his team won league championship his sophomore year
• Graduated with honors

• Parents are Victor and Folu Odusote
• Uncle, Victor Ikpeba, played professional soccer with AS Monaco (1993-99) and Borussia Dortmund (1999-2002)
• Has two brothers, Timothy and Samuel, and one sister, Suzanna
• Born in London, England



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