Theo Yang

#18 Theo Yang

HT. 5' 7"
WT. 170
YR. So.
HOMETOWN Lilburn, Ga.

2011: Played in all 21 games, receiving the start in seven… netted one goal and had one assist to amass three points… ranked third on the team with 36 shots taken, getting 14 of those attempts on goal… logged 976 minutes of playing time… assisted Aaron Schoenfeld’s game-winning goal while also firing two shots in the season opening 3-0 win against Presbyterian (Aug. 27)… fired a season-high five shots, two coming on goal, in ETSU’s A-Sun home opener against Lipscomb (Oct. 2)… took two shots on goal and etched the game-winning goal 25 seconds into the second overtime period to notch the Buccaneers their first win of the conference season over North Florida (Oct. 7)… had a four-shot game off the bench on the road at Jacksonville (Oct. 9)… marked yet another four-shot game, putting two on net, it the Bucs’ 2-1 win against USC Upstate to clinch a spot in the A-Sun Tournament (Oct. 29)... had two shots and a shot on goal in each of ETSU’s three games in the A-Sun Tournament (Nov. 9-13).

2010: Played in 16 games, starting in four … scored two goals, one game-winner, while registering one assist to combine for five points … took 24 shots, six on goal … fired a season-high five shots, one on goal, to help ETSU defeat Clemson, 1-0, in double-overtime (Sep. 6) … tied his season-high in shots, five, landing two on goal, including the equalizer in the 49’ minute, to help defeat Lipscomb, 2-1 (Oct. 24) … assisted the 88’ minute equalizing goal to force overtime against then-No. 4 ranked North Carolina (Oct. 30) … scored the game-winning goal, in the 110’ minute, on his only shot of the game to defeat Lipscomb, 1-0, in double-overtime and send ETSU to its first Atlantic Sun Tournament finals (Nov. 11) … took one shot on goal, through 54 minutes of game action, to help ETSU win its first Atlantic Sun Tournament Championship, 1-0, in overtime over Stetson (Nov. 13) … made his first NCAA Tournament appearance, taking one shot through 52 minutes of action, as ETSU nearly overcame a three-goal halftime deficit, but fell short, 3-2, to the College of Charleston (Nov. 18) … earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors … named to the Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Team.

2009: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team ... started in all 18 games for the Bucs as a forward ... led the team with four assists and was tied for third with six points ... had first career goal against Campbell on Oct. 10 ... assisted Sean Hoek to put the Bucs up 1-0 in the first half at No.2 North Carolina on Sept. 22 ... hooked up with Sean Hoek for the game-winner against Florida Gulf Coast on Oct. 16 ... recorded 22 shots with seven on goal ... received Atlantic Sun All-Conference honors and was named to the Dean’s List.

Prior to ETSU: A four-year lettterman from Brookwood High School in Atlanta where he helped the Broncos to the state semi-finals in 2008 ... was named to the prestigious Gwinnett Daily Post ‘Super 6’ which lists Atlanta’s top 6 college-bound high school soccer players ... played for the Concorde Fire U18 Academy Team ... competed for the Georgia 91 ODP Team as well as being a member of the Region I Pool in 2004/5 and Region III Pool in 2007.

Personal: Born on January 18, 1991... son of Ge and Victoria Yang... majoring in biology.