Junior Season (2010)
|Chris Williams - 10
Played in all 18 contests during the season ... made his only start of the year, and first-ever start at UAB, in the win over then-nationally ranked UCF (10/29) ... only points of the season came when he found the back of the net against Alabama A&M (9/26) ... finished the campaign with 13 shots and 4 shots on goal ... recorded a career-high three shots against North Florida (9/11).
Sophomore Season (2009)
Had an important role off the bench, seeing action in 14 contests throughout the season ... scored first career goal in a 7-1 victory over FIU (10/10) ... played a career-best 59 minutes against the Golden Panthers ... also recorded first career assist in the 3-0 victory over South Carolina (10/28) ... had a career-best two shots in the C-USA Tournament game against Marshall (11/13).
Freshman Season (2008)
Played in five contests on the season ... made first-ever UAB appearance with 13 minutes of action against Bradley (8/31) ... played a season-high 19 minutes against Marshall (11/7).
Four-year starter at Pearl High School under head coach Andy Kivlan ... selected as the Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Mississippi as a senior ... earned 4A Player of the Year accolades as a senior as well ... tabbed first-team all-state in back-to-back seasons (2007 and 2008) ... chosen as second-team all-state as a sophomore ... set state high school record during sophomore season with 39 assists on the year ... led team to four consecutive state championships ... finished high school career with 62 goals and 70 assists ... was named team MVP following both junior and senior seasons.
Other Soccer Info
Played for Chicago Fire Juniors under head coach Kenny White and Chad Hampton ... collected 86 goals and 121 assists during his nine-year span with the team ... helped lead team to three straight state cup championships (2004, 2005 and 2006).
Born Christopher Joseph Williams on Oct. 30, 1989 in Flowood, Miss. ... favorite television show is Jersey Shore ... favorite movie is Boondock Saints ... his favorite thing to do when he has time to relax is to play FIFA ... favorite internet site is ESPN.com ... his biggest influence on his career has been his parents.