- Michal Mravec
Michal  Mravec


Zilina, Slovakia

High School:
Sukromne Gymnasium

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 180




Junior Season (2009)
Earned Third-Team All-Conference USA honors for a second straight campaign ... played in 18 contests, making 15 starts on the year ... ranked in a tie for fourth on the team with goals (2), assists (3) and total points (7) ... scored first game-winning goal of career in a 2-0 win over UCF (10/24) ... also scored in a 2-1 loss to Drake (9/11) ... finished season with career bests in shots (24) and shots on goal (7).

Sophomore Season (2008)
Played in 19 contests, making 15 starts on the year ... finished fourth on the team in points (6) on his way to earning C-USA Third-Team All-Conference accolades ... closed year with two goals and two assists ... best game of the season came against UC Irvine (9/12), when he accounted for a goal and an assist ... also had a goal against Davidson (9/19) ... had 12 shots, five coming on goal.

Freshman Season (2007)
Had strong first season with UAB, playing in 17 contests while making eight starts ... recorded one goal and two assists for four points during campaign ... lone goal was scored in the win over Centenary (9/9) ...also had both of his assists in the same game in the victory over Birmingham-Southern (9/14) ... first career start came in the win over the Panthers ... collected 13 shot attempts, five of which came on frame.

Club Soccer Info
Played for the Redwings Soccer Club based out of Atlanta, Ga. ... coached by Alex Pama ... competed for the U-16, U-17 and U-18 teams ... competed in tournaments all over the United States ... also played for MSK Zilina Soccer Club in his home country ... won numerous tournaments with team, including competitions in Holland and Italy ... named the best ball juggler and most technical player at the U-14 level.

Born Michal Mravec on June 10, 1987 in Zilina, Slovakia ... favorite foods is chicken breast, rice and vegetables ... favorite movie is Never Back Down ... favorite club team is FC Barcelona ... his grandfather and dad had the biggest influence on his career.