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High School: Attended Mead High where he earned four varsity letters for coach Matt Stueckle...senior season Mead defended its District 8 4A soccer championship with a 1-0 victory over Ferris to advance to Washington State Class 4A Regional...All-Greater Spokane League pick as sophomore, junior and senior, earning Defensive MVP honors as senior as Mead allowed just three goals in GSL play senior season...named to Washington 4A All-State team...Blue Collar Award winner at Mead for four years, named Co-MVP as junior and MVP as senior...played for U-19 River City Steelers coached by Tim Seely where he was a 4-year starter and Co-Captain for two years...2009 Steelers won Washington State U19 title and advanced to regional quarterfinals...2007-09 Washington State League U-19 P-1 champions...2007-08 won US Club U19 Regional titles, 2007 team finishing third in National Cup in North Carolina and 2008 team placing second in Virginia Beach, Va.

Nick Hamer's Collegiate Career

FRESHMAN (2010):  One of two players to start all 19 matches, senior Collin Harrison the other...first collegiate goal unassisted against Loyola Marymount in final home match of season...named to West Coast Conference All-Freshman team.

SOPHOMORE (2011):  All 15 of his appearances were starts, missing one early-season match then sidelined for final three matches of the season with a foot injury, meaning all 34 of his collegiate appearances have been starts...scored a pair of goals, the first the match-winner in 1-0 victory over Long Island at University of San Diego Nike Classic, then took pass from younger brother Zach to score final goal in 3-0 win at Seattle...also had an assist at Seattle and one at home against Saint Mary's in 3-2 setback...two goals and six points each tied for third on team, and his two assists tied for second...named to the All-West Coast Conference second team.

JUNIOR (2012):  All 16 of his appearances were starts, missing three matched midway of the season…all 50 of his career appearances have been starts…lone point of the season was an assist on final goal in 3-0 win over Manhattan in Gonzaga Nike Soccer Classic…named to the All-West Coast Conference first team.

SENIOR (2013):  One of four players to start all 19 matches…tied for third on team with three goals, led team with six assists and tied for second in scoring with 12 points…six assists tied for sixth on Gonzaga single-season list…had one match-winning goal in 1-0 victory at Loyola Marymount…scored first Gonzaga goal in 3-3 double-overtime tie at home against San Diego and had lone Gonzaga goal in 3-1 loss at San Diego…assisted on double-overtime goal in 1-0 win at Cal Poly…named West Coast Conference Player of Year, joining Jeff McAllister in 1997 as the only Bulldog winners of the award…named to 2013 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/Continental Tire NCAA Division I Men's All-Far West Region third team.

Misc.:  3.2 GPA…played part of his high school career with younger brothers Jason and Zach, the latter a Gonzaga junior in 2013…also has one other younger brother and an older and younger sister as he comes from a family of six.

                                  NICK HAMER”S CAREER STATISTICS

SEASON

GP-GS

G

A

Pts

Shots

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

2010

19-19

1

0

2

14

.071

5

.357

0

0-0

2011

15-15

2

2

6

14

.143

5

.357

1

0-0

2012

16-16

0

1

1

15

.000

4

.267

0

0-0

2013

19-19

3

6

12

35

.086

20

.571

1

0-0

TOTAL

69-69

6

9

21

78

.077

34

.436

2

0-0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:

Points: 3, at SEATTLE REDHAWKS -- Sep 14, 2011

Goals: 1, 6 times

Assists: 1, 9 times

Shots: 4, PORTLAND PILOTS -- Oct 12, 2011 ; SAN DIEGO TOREROS -- Oct 13, 2013

 

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