#7 - Colin Pugh
|2010-11 Men's Soccer|
2011: Used his medical redshirt after suffering an injury.
2010: Played in 20 games, starting in 14 … put away four goals and recorded three assists, tied for second-most on the team in each category, to total eleven points … took 25 shots, 11 on goal, while tying for the team lead with three game-winning goals … made his first appearance as a Buccaneer in the season opener against Furman (Sep. 1) … fired his first shot and shot on goal in the ProRehab Aces Soccer Classic, as the Bucs defeated Bradley, 2-1 (Sep. 10) … started his first game in an ETSU jersey, playing 69 minutes, in a, 2-0, victory over Winthrop (Sep. 15) … scored his first Buccaneer goal in the second minute of play, blasting a season-high three shots, two on goal, helping defeat Marshall, 2-1, in overtime (Sep. 20) … blasted one shot, on goal, in his first Atlantic Sun contest to help defeat Campbell, 4-0 (Sep. 30) … notched his second goal of the year, coming in off the bench to score the game-winner in the 41’ minute, to defeat North Florida, 1-0 (Oct. 17) … scored in back-to-back games, each a game-winner, for the first time as a Buc finding the back of the net in the 15’ minute to defeat Belmont, 1-0 (Oct. 22) … tallied his first Buccaneer assist, finding Theo Yang in the 49’ minute, while taking three shots, two on goal, in an overtime victory against Lipscomb (Oct. 24) … went back-to-back again, this time with assists, as he found Aaron Schoenfeld in the ninth minute, helping to defeat USC Upstate, 4-1 (Oct. 27) … tied his season-high in shots, firing three, while scoring the game winning goal, in overtime, to defeat Appalachian State, 1-0 (Nov. 2) … assisted the Atlantic Sun Championship-winning goal, floating a free kick into the box that found Itode Fubara in the 95’ minute, to seal ETSU’s first Atlantic Sun Championship, defeating Stetson, 1-0, in overtime (Nov. 13) … played a full 90 minutes in his first NCAA Tournament game against the College of Charleston (Nov. 18) … earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors.
Prior to ETSU: ETSU: Pugh, a transfer from Jefferson College, was named the MCCAC All-Conference First Team in 2009 with ten goals and eight assists ... the team captain of the Vikings, Pugh was named first team all-region and led Jefferson to a top ten national ranking in 2009.
Personal: Son of Paul Pugh and Pauline Brennan... born on February 8, 1989... majoring in criminal justice.
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