Spring 2021: Played in seven matches on the shortened season, starting in five...played in every minute of the opening three games, recording the assist in the 2-1 defeat at Lipscomb (Feb. 13)...recorded a shot in his final two matches...named to the SoCon Honor Roll and SoCon All-Academic Team.
2019: Played an important role in the left side of the defense for Coach David Casper, starting and appearing in 16 matches on the year...played in every minute of nine matches, one of just six players to eclipse 1,400 minutes on the season...helped attain five shutouts on the season...appeared on the SoCon Honor Roll.
2018: Appeared in 16 games with 15 starts...had a pair of assists that each came within the first three games of the season, including ETSU's first goal of the campaign against No. 1 Wake Forest...Also assisted Bruno Andrade on a goal against High Point August 31...Moved into more of a outside defensive role this season after serving as a forward last season...Took one shot all season, with that shot landing on target...2018-19 Southern Conference honor roll selection and academic all-conference selection.
2017: Made 18 appearances as ETSU's first reserve off the bench, typically entering each game late in the first half...Named to the 2017 All-SoCon freshman team...Finished with one goal (on two shots) and two assists for the Bucs...Scored his first career goal unassisted in ETSU's last regular season game vs. Wofford, helping ETSU win 4-1 while clinching the SoCon Regular Season Conference Championship...Assisted fellow freshman Danny Barlow with his golden goal in a 1-0 win over Appalachian State in Boone, N.C...2017-18 Southern Conference honor roll.
Prior to ETSU: Graduated from Farrugut HS in 2017...Was a three-year letterman for the Admirals under Coach Wallie Calbreth...Scored 20 goals and netted 32 assists for FHS in his senior season…Was named Farragut HS MVP in 2016 and 2017...Received the Region Player of the Year award in 2017...Was awarded a spot on the All-District and All-Region teams in 2016 and 2017...All-State and All-South in 2017…Integral part of the 2016 Region Premier League Championship team.
Personal: Born October 1, 1998...From Knoxville, Tenn...Majoring in nursing...Son of Joe and Donna Bihlmeyer.
Pronounced: Austin Bill-meyer