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James Dabney
4   James Dabney

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Los Alamos, N.M.

High School:
Los Alamos HS

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 145

Position:
Midfield

Birthdate:
10/17/1982

Experience:
3L


TULSA -- A three-year letterwinner and starter . . . has started 51 of 57 career games . . . career numbers include eight goals and seven assists for 23 points.

SENIOR (2004) -- Suffered a season-ending injury prior to the 2004 fall campaign . . . received a red-shirt season.

JUNIOR (2003) -- Started 16 of 20 contests and tallied three goals and three assists for nine points . . . named to the SMU Mi Cocina and Microtel Inn & Suites/Golden Hurricane Classic all-tournament teams . . . named TU's "Man of the Match" against Oral Roberts and Denver . . . produced one goal against Oral Roberts, Denver and Drake . . . collected an assist vs. Drury, Denver and SMU.

SOPHOMORE (2002) -- Started in all 19 games . . . notched three goals and three assists for nine points . . . named TU's "Man of the Match" against BYU (Exh.) and UAB . . . scored one goal and added an assist for three points against Vanderbilt . . . received the assist on Ryan Pore's game-winning goal vs. Gonzaga.

FRESHMAN (2001) -- Started 16 of 18 games . . . totaled two goals and one assist for five points . . . selected as a preseason National Freshman to Watch by CollegeSoccerNews.com . . . tallied the gamewinning goal vs. Eastern Illinois and scored one goal vs. Southwest Missouri State . . . earned his lone assist of the year vs. Georgia Southern.

PRIOR TO TULSA -- Was a four-year letterwinner at Los Alamos High School . . . as a senior, he was a member of the all-Rocky Mountain Region team and earned all-state and all-district first team honors . . . was named the 2-Quad-A Player of the Year and the District Player of the Year . . . led his team to three straight state championships (1999- 2001) . . . also lettered in golf and track.

PERSONAL -- An accounting major . . . born October 17, 1982 . . . one of four children of Jim and Theresa Dabney . . . a four-year member of TU's Athletic Director's Honor Roll . . . sister, Traci, played golf at Western New Mexico University, while his other sister, Dayna, was a member of the soccer team at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Dabney's Career Totals
Year G-GS Shots Goals Asts Pts
2001 18-16 24 2 1 5
2002 19-19 49 3 3 9
2003 20-16 34 3 3 9
2004 Redshirt
Totals 57-51 107 8 7 23