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Ran Poliker
Ran  Poliker

RS Senior

Holon, Israel

High School:
Ort Holon

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 195



International Business

RS Senior (2006): Played in all 17 games, started 15...recorded two assists on the year...recorded assists against Binghamton (9/10) and NJIT (10/21)

RS Junior (2005): Played in all 18 games, starting 17...third on the team in points with eight...scored three goals and had two assists...registered goals against Alabama A&M, Jacksonville, and Lipscomb...assised on two goals against Xavier...

Junior (2004):Saw limited action ... played in two games granted a medical hardship year by the NCAA.

Sophomore (2003): Played in 19 games, starting nine...set career high for games played...attempted a season-high four shots in 4-1 win over Providence (9/12), also tying his career high for shots in a game.

Freshman (2002): Played in 14 games, starting 13...finished the season with five goals, two assists and 12 points on 16 shots...tied for second on the team in points as a defender...second on the team in goals scored...attempted a career high four shots against Belmont (9/6)...scored his first career goal and game winning goal in 7-0 win over Vanderbilt (9/9)...recorded first assist and multi-assist game in 7-0 win over Gardner-Webb (10/12)...recorded his first three-point game against Gardner-Webb (10/12) with a goal and two assists...scored opening goal of the 4-3 upset of #22 Columbia...scored game-tying goal against Mercer (10/18)...scored the team's lone goal against Georgia State (10/20)...had a season high four shots against Belmont (9/6)...had the highest shooting percentage (.312) among players with double digit shots...tied for sixth all-time in shooting percentage in a season among FAU players.

High School: Captain and MVP senior year...2001-2002 Defender-of-the-Year...scored four goals in 2001 from the sweeper position.

Personal: International Business major...aside from soccer, interested in pursuing a career in business management...born June 14, 1981...son of Eli and Mazal Elgrably.

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