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Samuel-Eli Dzegede
Samuel-Eli  Dzegede


Deerfield Beach, FL

High School:
Ely HS

Last College:
Florida International

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 162



Electrical Engineering

Junior (2004): Played in all 16 games, starting 15 ... played in all 10 conference games, starting nine ... finished second on the team in assists with five and tied for sixth in points with seven ... tied for the second-highest scoring returnee ... tallied four of his five assists in conference play ... scored the season's first goal in the opener against Bluffton (9/10) ... assisted on the first goal in a 2-1 victory over Campbell (10/14) ... set up the game-winning goal against Georgia State (10/29) ... picked up a pair of assists against Mercer (10/31) ... added an assist on Franz Chevannes' first career goal against Adelphi (11/7)

Sophomore (2003): At FIU...played in 21 of 22 games, starting eight, including the team's second round NCAA Tournament game versus then-No. 17 Cal State Northridge (11/26)...recorded an assist in the team's 2-0 win versus Cal State Fullerton (9/26).

Freshman (2002): Played for Karl Kremser at Florida International University...played in 11 games, facing three of FIU's five ranked opponents, including the Atlantic Soccer Conference title game versus then-No. 24 Hartwick...recorded three shots on the season.

High School: Two-sport athlete, competing in soccer and track & field... ranked 11th in Broward County with 11 goals and 18 assists, earning all-county honorable-mention accolades...helped team to a 11-6-3 record to finish runner-up in captain as a junior and track, 4x800-meter relay placed first at the 2001 district meet...also played club soccer for Team Boca, Parkland Predators, Superkicks and Coral Spring Storm...helped lead Predators to 2000 state title.

Personal: Electrical Engineering major...born August 7, 1984...son of Anthony and Sylvi Dzegede...nickname is Sammy...father played on the University of Florida's club soccer team.

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