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11   Sam Bascom
Sam Bascom

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Cincinnati, Ohio

High School:
Madeira

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 164

Position:
Forward


2013 Game-by-Game Statistics

2013 - FRESHMAN: Played in 20 games at the forward position with four starts ... started the last three games of the season, which were the Patriot League Championship and Navy's two NCAA Tournament games ... had one goal and one assist for three points ... scored the first goal of his collegiate career in Navy's 2-0 win at Lafayette on Oct. 16 ... his goal in the 86th minute broke open a 0-0 game ... assisted on Dave Arnold's game-winning goal in Navy's 1-0 win over Bucknell in the Patriot League Semifinals on Nov. 15 ... played a season-high 82 minutes against UMBC on Sept. 17.

PERSONAL: Bascom graduated in 2013 from Madeira High School, picking up four letters in soccer ... had a sensational high school career, capped off by being named Ohio's Gatorade Player of the Year after scoring 85 points (27 g, 31 a) in just 23 games, leading Madeira into the Division III State Quarterfinals ... was the Division III State Player of the Year and also competed in the NSCAA High School All-American game, where he was the East team's MVP ... was an NSCAA All-American as well as an NSCAA Scholar All-American ... was a three-time all-state selection and a two-time conference Player of the Year ... led team to three CHL League Championships, a pair of sectional and district titles and led team to a state semifinal berth as a junior ... served as team captain as a senior ... finished his career with an astonishing 253 points (91 g, 71 a) ... turned down offers from traditional powers Xavier, SMU, Boston College, Duke and 2012 NCAA runner-up Georgetown, among others ... also lettered once in basketball ... was a member of Spanish Club and Youth Group ... born in Cincinnati, Ohio ... son of Dan and Tina Bascom ... brother, Nate, played soccer for four years at Ohio Northern University ... grandfather, Alex Aronis, is a 1955 graduate of the Naval Academy and was a three-year letterwinner on the football team. He was part of the "Team Named Desire" squad that defeated Mississippi in the 1955 Sugar Bowl, 21-0. He served as a Navy Chaplain and was deployed on the USS Missouri, the ship where Japan signed its surrender following World War II.

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