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#18 Nick Unger
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
City/State: Menomonee Falls, Wis.
High School: Marquette University HS

Career Games Played/Started: 53/30
Career Stats:
1 goal, 3 assists, 5 points

2011: Appeared in 16 matches, starting each one ... Scored game-winning goal against Saint Joseph's (9/4) ... Had assists in back-to-back games as part of the Penn Soccer Classic, dishing out helpers against Stony Brook (9/24) and Long Island (9/25) ... Had an assist in season finale at Harvard (11/12).

2010:
Appeared in 17 contests, making eight starts … Dished out an assist in season opener at Saint Joseph’s (9/3) … Had two shots on goal against Lafayette (9/12).

2009: Played in all 17 games, starting six ... Had four shots in season opener against Seton Hall (9/4) ... Had three shots at Villanova (9/7) and against Albany (9/18) ... Finished season with 16 shots, four of which were on goal.

2008: Played in three games ... Registered first collegiate point, an assist, just three minutes after checking into this first collegiate game, against Seton Hall (9/12).

High School: Played with FC Milwaukee ... 2007 USYSA national finalist ... Two-time USYSA Midwest Region II and Midwest Regional League Champions ... Four-time Wisconsin State and Wisconsin State Premier League champion (2003, 05-07) ... Two-time first-team all-conference selection at Marquette University HS ... Co-captain senior year ... First-team all-area and all-state as a senior ... Participated on the Wisconsin State team in 2005 and 2006 ... 2006 Regional Pool member ... Served as senior class president.

Personal: Son of Doreen and Mike Unger ... Has siblings Jen and Kevin C'09 ... Kevin was a midfielder at Penn 2005-08 ... Former HS teammate of Kevin and Mike Klein C'09 ... Father played Division I soccer at Northern Illinois University (1976-80) ... Will enroll in the College of Arts and Science, intends to major in economics.

Why Penn? "The University of Pennsylvania is an institution that can develop me both as a scholar as well as a leader. The school being such a demanding academic environment will allow me to challenge myself in my continued quest for knowledge."


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