- Lukasz Kwapisz
Lukasz  Kwapisz


Oshawa, Ontario

High School:
Father Lee Austin

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 170




Junior Season (2005)
Played in all 18 contests for UAB, starting three ... notched a goal and assist in win over Georgia State (9/11) ... has 12 shots on goal for the season with 25 total shots ... 4.0 student nominated for ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American team ... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and given the league's Academic Medal for the third straight year.

Sophomore Season (2004)
Named top scholar-athlete in Conference USA for men's soccer in 2004-05 ... appeared in all 19 matches, garnering four starts ... had key assist on game-winning goal against Charlotte in 1-0 double-overtime win in C-USA semifinals ... lone goal for the year came against Western Kentucky (9/19) ... tallied assist on the first goal of the game against DePaul ... had two consecutive matches with an assist in home wins over No. 11 USF (10/20) and Birmingham-Southern (10/22) ... notched season-high five shots (one on goal) in loss at Memphis ... had 14 shots on goal for the season with SOG percentage of .636 ... named to Conference USA's Commissioner's Honor Roll and a C-USA Academic Medal Winner.

Freshman Season (2003)
Played in 16 games during season ... scored two goals and had four points ... first collegiate goal came against Army ... also scored against Birmingham-Southern ... his .250 shot percentage led team ... tallied eight shots, three of which were on goal ... named to the 2003-04 Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll ... also received Conference USA Academic Medal.

High School
A four-year letterwinner at Father Leo J. Austin HS ... was named the high school athlete of the year in 2002-03 ... coached by Bob Graham ... was the Ontario youth soccer league scoring leader.

Other Soccer Info
Played for Woodbridge Soccer Club which won the 2002 Ontario Cup.

Full name is Lukasz Kwapisz ... born August 30, 1984 in Poland ... majoring in chemistry ... son of Roman and Jolanta Kwapisz ... chose UAB over James Madison and Vermont.