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Sachem Wilson

Class: Junior
Position: F
Height: 6-1
Weight: 163

Previous School: Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy

Hometown: Stow, Ohio

2013 (So.)
• Played in all 20 Liberty games, with 19 starts
• Led Liberty with 10 goals and 23 points
• Recorded three assists
• Posted the most points by a Flame for a season since 2010
• Named to the VaSID All-State second team
• Two-time Big South Attacking Player of the Week (Sept. 8 & Nov. 4)
• Posted a career-high five points with two goals and an assist in a 4-0 win over IUPUI (Sept. 6)
• Had a goal and an assist in a 3-0 win over Howard (Oct. 15)
• Scored a goal in 2-1 overtime win over Longwood (Oct. 29)
• Posted second multi-goal game of the season with two goals in a 3-1 victory over Campbell (Nov. 2)
• Scored lone goal in 1-0 win at High Point to advance Liberty to the Big South semifinals
• Named to Big South Presidential Honor Roll

2012 (Fr.)
• Played in 17 games, with six starts
• Contributed five points on two goals and an assist
• Scored both goals in 2-1 win over Radford (Oct. 30)
• Assisted on lone goal in 1-0 victory over Campbell (Oct. 5)
• Named to the Big South Presidential Honor Roll

• Graduate for Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy
• In his three seasons at CVCA, he set a school record with 64 goals
• Helped CVCA advance to the Ohio state championship in 2009
• Named a first team all-state member as a senior
• Received the NSCAA 2011 Senior Excellence Award for his contributions on and off the field of play
• Played for USSDA Cleveland Internationals for the past three seasons
• In 2008, he was named as a member of the US Region 2 ODP team
• Inducted into the National Society of High School Scholars and National Honor Society
• Served in many community outreaches such as Urban Vision Ministry, Golden Acres nursing home, and Crossroads Hospice
• Earned rank of Eagle Scout

• Son of Theodore and Crystal Wilson
• Birthdate is Oct. 24
• Member of Lead Fellowship
• Majoring in communications studies