Hometown: Blackburn, England
A great leader whose energy is contagious ... Passion for the game affects everyone around him ... Raises everyone’s level of play ... One of the Bucs’ most accomplished offensive returners ... Having a great training camp ... The future is now for him to become star ... Expected to provide an attack on the outside ... Very quick ... Excellent technical skills ... Can serve the ball effectively and reads the game well ... Capable of putting the ball in the net ... Tied with Lee Yakubowich with 16 career goals and four game-winners ... Leads returners with 17 career assists.
JUNIOR (2006): Started all 17 games in season ... Led team with 11 goals, three of which were game winners to tie for second in the conference... Provided game-winning goal in overtime against Eckerd (3-2) and game-tying goal in a second overtime against Palm Beach Atlantic (2-2) ... Led the Bucs with a .630 shot on goal percentage with 46 shots ... Tied for fifth in conference with teammate Jason Wiles with seven assists ... Named to SSC Commissioner’s Fall Honor Roll ... Named to All-SSC First Team
SOPHOMORE (2005): Started in 14 of 15 games for Barry ... Scored two goals with four assists ... Scored the game winning goal in the 2-1 victory over Florida Southern.
FRESHMAN (2004): Started all 16 games for the Bucs ... Ranked fifth on the team with 13 points ... Notched three goals and seven assists ... Picked up two assists in a 5-3 win at Nova Southeastern ... Assisted on two game-winners, against Alabama-Huntsville and Nova Southeastern.
HIGH SCHOOL & CLUB: Lettered under Chris Bentley at St. Bedes ... Was the team’s top goal scorer for five straight seasons ... Also lettered in basketball and track ... Played five years for his town team, three years for the Lancashire squad, and one year for the Northwest regional team.
PERSONAL: Son of Francis and Korneila Apaloo ... Majoring in sport management