2 Thomas Shiiba
2013 Game-by-Game Statistics
2012 Game-by-Game Statistics
2013 - SOPHOMORE: Played 16 games with eight starts ... started the first five games of the season and the last three ... missed six games with an injury ... had one goal and one assist for three points ... scored the game-winning goal in overtime in Navy's 2-1 win over Central Connecticut State (Sept. 7) ... assisted on Jamie Dubyoski's 90th minute goal in Navy's 2-0 win over Lafayette (Oct. 16) ... played at least 30 minutes in each of the 16 games he entered.
2012 - FRESHMAN: Shiiba appeared in all 17 games with seven starts, ranking third on the team with 11 points (3 g, 5 a) ... added 23 shots while playing 804 minutes on the year ... his five assists ranked tied for third in the Patriot League and tied for second on the Navy single-season assists list by a freshman ... his 11 points were tops among Patriot League freshmen ... scored first career point, an assist, in Navy's 4-2 win over Lafayette ... added two more assists in the next game, a 3-1 win over Pittsburgh ... scored first career goal in a 1-1 draw with Bucknell ... scored points in a four-of-five game span against UMBC (goal), Longwood (goal), Holy Cross (assist) and Howard (assist) ... scored all 11 of his points in the last 11 games, tallying points in seven of them ... had an outstanding spring season, being the only Mid to score multiple goals (2).
PERSONAL: Shiiba graduated in 2012 from Strath Haven High School, picking up three letters in soccer ... led the Penn Fusion 93 Celtic to the US Youth Soccer National Championship runner-up finish and was a member of the Philadelphia Union U-18 youth academy team ... was named the 2011 DelCo Player of the Year, was a first-team all-state selection and served as the team captain ... his high school team, Strath Haven, reached the District One Class AAA quarterfinals, following one win shy of its fourth straight trip to the state tournament ... scored 40 points (16 g, 8 a) as a senior ... born in Tokyo, Japan ... son of Atsushi and Christine Shiiba ... majoring in political science.
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