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Kome Ubogu

180 lbs.
Hoover, Ala.
Indian Springs School
High School
Kome Ubogu - Men's Soccer - Virginia Cavaliers

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• Appeared in all 19 games and started in one of them
• ACC SAAC Representative
• Scored a break away goal against Louisville (09/29/23)
• Led the team in SOG% with .714

• Appeared in 15 games as a substitute
• Second on the team with six goals on the season
• Entering as a a substitute in each appearance, averaged just 72 minutes per goal scored (433 minutes, six goals)
• Scored the go-ahead goal in UVA’s comeback win over Virginia Tech with a spectacular diving header (9/9/22)
• Leveled the score with a goal in the 89th minute against Notre Dame (9/16/22)
• Netted the opening goal against the run of play in Virginia’s 2-1 win at No. 18 Clemson
• Named to College Sports Communicators Academic All-District Team
• Named to 2022 All-ACC Academic Team
• Named to the 2022-23 ACC Honor Roll

• Played in 15 games, making five starts
• Second on the team with 10 points (4g, 2a)
• Led Cavaliers with two game-winning goals, scoring the game-winner in UVA’s 3-1 victory over VCU and its 2-0 win over Mary Washington
• Scored career-high five points with two goals and an assist against VCU
• Netted a goal taking just one shot at Notre Dame (10/1/21)
• Assisted the game-tying goal in the 17th minute in the 2-1 win over Boston College (10/8/21)

• Totaled 123 goals and 63 assists in 127 games between ECNL and ODP competition
• For Alabama FC, tallied 94 goals and 43 assists in 105 games
• Alabama State USYS Olympic Development Program (2017-2020)
• USYS Region III ODP 2003 Boys First Team
• A part of two International Tours with ODP squad in Portugal and Spain
• Invited and attended preseason with Birmingham Legion of the USL Championship in 2021
• 2019 Capstone Leadership Academy Scholar at The University of Alabama

• Majoring in biology
• Born in Cleveland, Ohio
• Son of Erobo Ubogu & Anisa Ssengoba-Ubogu
• Has a younger sister Rezi
• Father played college soccer for Imperial College School of Medicine and Imperial College London, United Kingdom