|Moses Adeniran - 16
Junior Season (2012)
Played in every match for the Blazers during the 2012 campaign, starting all but four matches ... one of nine players to see time in every game for UAB ... was a member of the starting lineup for every regular season matchup after the season-opener vs. Mercer (8/24) ... named to the "Soccer for a Cure" Classic All-Tournament Team ... tallied 17 shots on the year, with four of those coming on goal ... named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Sophomore Season (2011)
Made an immediate impact during his first season at UAB ... played in all 21 games at the central midfield spot, making 19 starts ... tied for team lead with five assists on the year ... finished the year ranked third on the team with seven points (2g, 5a) ... scored first collegiate goal against Portland (9/23), recording a career-high four shots in the effort ... sealed the 2-0 win vs. American (10/12) with a direct kick goal in the 84th minute from 20 yards out ... recorded a pair of assists in the win at Kentucky (10/8) ... tallied first assist against Oral Roberts (9/9) ... also had assists at Tulsa (11/4) and vs. then-No. 22 UCF (11/11) ... had 20 shots, seven of which came on frame.
Played one season under head coach Salah Yousif at Alabama A&M ... started and played in all but one of the team's contests on the year ... led the Bulldogs with three assists ... also collected four shots on the year.
Other Soccer Info
Competed for Dallas Texan Houston `92 Red, coached by Carl Fleming ... helped team to the 2010 Texas state club championship ... also played for his father on the AYSA Flying Eagles ... helped that team to the Arsenal International Soccer Festival championship in 2008.
Born Moses Ayodeji Adeniran on July 9, 1992 in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... son of Adebisi and Bunani Adeniran ... two brothers, Victor and Samuel, and one sister, Victoria ... Exercise Science major ... favorite website is Manutd.com ... favorite television show is Sportscenter ... favorite food is either Chinese or Nigerian ... if he played another sport, it would be basketball ... came to UAB because he "wanted to compete at a higher level."