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Chris Prince
Chris Prince

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Naperville, Ill.

High School:
Naperville Central High School

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 175

Position:
F

Honors:Named to Big Ten All-Tournament team (Nov. 14, 2013) ... earned second-team All-Big Ten honors (2011) ... UC Irvine College Classic all-tournament team (2010) ... Big Ten Conference Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 25, 2010) ... All-Big Ten Second Team (2010) ... All-Freshman Big Ten team (2010) ... Big Ten All-Tournament team (2010) ... CollegeSoccerNews.com All-Freshman Third team (2010)

2013: Named to Big Ten All-Tournament team (Nov. 14) ... appeared in 17 games, starting in 14 ... tallied nine points on two goals and five assists ... had 12 shots (four on net) ... scored game-winning goal to seal first NCAA tournament win in 18 years vs. Milwaukee (Nov. 21) ... notched two assists vs. Eastern Illinois (Oct. 30).

2012: Started in all 19 games ... scored a goal in 4-3 win at Memphis (Aug. 24) ... registered the lone UW goal in 1-1 draw against Portland (Sept. 2) ... scored a goal in 2-1 win over Michigan (Oct. 13) ... tallied five assists on the season, leading the team ... registered 36 shots (fourteen on goal) ... led the team with eleven points.

2011: Played in 19 games, making 14 starts ... recorded a goal in 3-2 loss to UC Irvine (Sept. 9) ... scored lone UW goal in 1-1 draw with SIU Edwardsville (Sept. 18) ... tallied a goal in 2-1 loss to Creighton (Oct. 5) ... scored the game-winning goal in 1-0 win over Michigan State (Oct. 16) ... third on the team with nine points off four goals and one assist ... registered 27 shots

2010: Appeared in all 20 games ... started 18 games, including first career start against Santa Clara (Sept. 4) ... led the team with 14 points on seven goals ... led the team with 26 shots, including 13 on goal ... scored first collegiate goal against Indiana (Oct. 3) ... had first career multi-goal game with two tallies against Green Bay (Oct. 20) ... tallied first career hat trick against Northwestern (Oct. 23) ... combined for five goals in back-to-back games against Green Bay (Oct. 20) and Northwestern (Oct. 23) ... scored in penalty kick shootout to help Wisconsin advance past defending Big Ten champion Ohio State in the opening round of the Big Ten tournament (Nov. 11)

High School: Named U.S. Soccer Develop Academy Under-17/18 Player of the Week for the week of April 26, 2010 after scoring four goals in as many matches while playing with the Chicago Fire Academy U-17/18 squad ... NSCAA All-American as a senior ... also earned NSCAA All-Midwest Region honors ... first team all-state pick by Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Association ... named first-team all-state by Chicago Tribune ... also a first-team all-area pick by Chicago Sun Times ... Sun Times' 2009 Player of the Year ... named one of Illinois' top 10 players by ESPN Rise ... holds Naperville Central records for single-season goals (27), single-season points (64), career goals (38) and career points (102) ... set Illinois state record for fastest goal by scoring five seconds into a game in 2009 ... two-time all-conference selection ... helped Central to four regional championships in four years on varsity team ... one of "original six" to sign with Chicago Fire Academy club in 2007 ... named Region II All-Star for Under-16 division of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy in 2009 after scoring 12 goals for the Fire ... four-year honor roll student

Personal: Parents are Matt and Sandi Prince ... has a sister, Lauren ... intends to major in finance

Trask on Prince: "Chris is a lethal goal scorer. His tireless energy and his ability to hold the ball will be beneficial to us next year. Coming into the UW as a high school All-American and being a top scorer in the Chicago area, Chris will be competing for playing time from the start and will certainly be a major addition to our attacking group."

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