Morales Registered His Fourth Goal Of 2013
Morales and Koroma Tally Goals For SMU
Morales Picks Up His Second Goal Of 2013, Ibarra With Nine Saves
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2013 (Jr.): Played in all 17 matches for the Mustangs, including 12 as a starter ... Led the team with nine points ... Was tied for first on the team with four goals (USF Oct. 26, Memphis Oct. 23, No. 5 Washington Sept. 27, Hartwick Sept. 13) ... Recorded one assist in a 1-0 win at Rutgers on Sept. 20 ... Was second on the team with 28 shots and 11 shots on goal ... Logged 980 minutes ... Named to the American Athletic Conference weekly honor roll on Oct. 28.
2012 (So.): Started 19 games ... Averaged over 87 minutes per game; played 1667 of 1920 possible minutes on the season... Was second on the team in goals (4), assists (4) and points (12) ... Netted a goal in the C-USA semifinal 11/9 vs. Kentucky ... Assisted on the game-winning goal 10/17 at FIU ... Scored the game-winner, a penalty kick, 9/29 at No. 23 UAB ... Collected an assist on the game-winning-goal 9/24 against South Carolina ... Converted a penalty kick 9/20 vs. CSU Bakersfield ... Had an assist on the game-winning goal 9/16 against UC Davis ... Earned an assist on the overtime game-clincher 9/14 vs. Oakland ... Netted his first goal with SMU 9/7 at Dartmouth ... Made his Mustang debut with a start in the season opener 8/24 against Campbell.
2011 (Fr. at Duke): Started all 22 games at midfield ... Named to All-ACC Freshman Team ... Ranked third among field players in minutes played (1,986) ... Finished the season with one goal and four assists for six points ... Was fourth on the team in points and assists ... Registered first collegiate point with the game-winning assist in 1-0 win at Furman ... Had an assist against No. 9 UC Santa Barbara ... Tallied first career goal at No. 3 Maryland ... Also notched assists in victories over Wake Forest and Presbyterian.
Prep: An ESPN Rise All-American ... Played club for CASL Chelsea FC Academy ... Helped guide CASL to USSF Development Academy finals ... A member of the Olympic Development Program, earning state team honors in 2008 and 2009 ... Named to ODP Region III Team in 2009 ... Led club team to titles at Disney's Soccer Showcase, Tampa Bay Sun Bowl and CASL Shootout ... A four-year letterwinner at Rocky Mount High School ... Holds the career records for goals (106) and assists (97) at Rocky Mount ... Led team to a school-record 21 wins and conference title as a senior ... Tallied 36 goals and 29 assists in 2009 ... Registered a career-best 35 assists as a junior ... Team won 75 games in his four seasons ... A two-time all-state selection ... Earned all-area recognition all four years, all-conference and all-region nods three years ... Big East Conference and Region Player of the Year in 2009 and 2010 ... Selected to the NSCAA All-South region squad in 2010 ... Rocky Mount Telegram Player of the Year as a senior ... Voted the top 3-A player in North Carolina in 2010 ... Selected to play in the NCSCA East-West All-Star game ... Rocky Mount's Most Valuable Player in 2009 and 2010 ... A member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Anticipated marketing major ... Chose SMU for the academics, soccer and beautiful campus ... Lists LeBron James and David Silva as his favorite athletes .... Parents are Mauricio and Donna Morales ... Has one sister.