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Philip Horton

185 lbs.
New Albany, Ohio
New Albany
High School
Philip Horton - Men's Soccer - Virginia Cavaliers

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• Started all 19 games for UVA in 2022
• Second-highest goal total among the Cavaliers with six on the season
• Ranks second on the team in points with 15
• Tied for second on the team with three assists
• Recorded the game-winning goal in Virginia’s comeback win over Virginia Tech (9/9/22)
• Scored his third career penalty kick goal to move into a tie for seventh all-time at UVA
• Set up a pair of game-winning assists against Pitt (9/30/22) and Wake Forest (10/22/22)
• Recorded a career-high five points against No. 10 Pitt and was involved in each of Virginia’s goals in a 3-1 victory over the Panthers (9/30/22)
• Unanimously selected by Top Drawer Soccer, College Soccer News, and the United Soccer Coaches as the National Player of the Week (Oct. 3)
• Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 3)
• Named to 2022 All-ACC Academic Team
• Named to the 2022-23 ACC Honor Roll

• Missed first part of season with injury
• Played in four games, making two starts
• Made season debut in 2-1 win at NC State (10/15/21)

• Appeared in 11 games and made seven starts. All seven starts were in the fall.
• Totaled three points (1g, 1a), all three came in first three games of fall segment
• His penalty kick golden goal in the 109th minute sealed a 2-1 season-opening victory over Louisville on Oct. 9
• Credited with an assist on the first goal against Pitt on Oct. 14, the first of his career
• Totaled 16 shots, five went on target.
• Played a season-high 90 minutes against Virginia Tech on Nov. 6
• Listed on the ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Appeared in 19 games as a true freshman, logging a total of 290 minutes
• Had one goal on four shots
• HIs first collegiate goal came against George Washington on Oct. 2
• Played a season-high 41 minutes against George Washington
• Saw action in ACC Tournament matches against Syracuse, Wake Forest and Clemson while also seeing time in NCAA games against St. John’s and Wake Forest

• Played two years for Columbus Crew SC

• An American Studies Major
• Born in New Albany, Ohio
• Son of Timothy and Lateea Horton
• Has two sisters, Lauren and Amelia
• His father Timothy played soccer at Boston University and was a member of the U-20 World Cup team in 1989
• His cousin Aaron Horton played soccer at Louisville and was the first homegrown player for Columbus Crew SC