|Alex Clay - 12
Sophomore Season (2012)
Registered time in 18 matches, starting four matches ... ranked second on the squad in assists with four on the season ... had his first assist as a Blazer vs. Washington (9/16) ... tallied an assist in three straight matches (at UCF, 10/27; vs. Memphis, 10/31; vs. UCF, 11/7) ... started his first match of his collegiate career in the season-opener vs. Mercer (8/24) ... had 15 shots on the year, four coming on goal ... earned Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll accolades.
Freshman Season (2011)
Played in 15 contests during the season ... scored one goal on the season, which came against Oral Roberts (9/9) ... had the best accuracy of anyone on the squad as eight of his 12 shots on the year came on frame ... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Sat out in his only season at Kentucky due to injury.
Attended Randolph High School where he was a five-year letterwinner under head coaches Matt Holmes and Sean Cooper ... played on the varsity team since eighth grade ... helped lead team to state title in eight and ninth grade ... was named the MVP of the state tournament as a ninth grader ... led team in scoring as a 10th grader with 23 goals.
Other Soccer Info
Played his club soccer at Birmingham United Soccer Association under head coach Eric Dade ... led his team in scoring ... helped team to reach the National Playoffs in 2010.
Born Alexander Harris Clay on April 11, 1992 in Huntsville, Ala. ... son of Richard and Susan Clay ... one sister, Ashley ... Undecided ... favorite website is ESPN.com ... favorite movie is Miracle ... favorite food is pasta ... if he played another sport, it would be hockey ... his father, Richard, had the biggest influence of his career ... chose UAB because he wants to "pursue a medical career and play soccer in the state of Alabama."