Played in all 20 games, including 19 starts in the midfield to earn his third letter… Named First Team All SoCon for the third-straight year… Led the team in scoring with 14 points, scoring 4 goals and dishing out 6 assists… Named SoCon Player of the Week (Sept. 19)… Ranked second in the SoCon in total assists (6), third in assists per game (0.30), second in game-winning goals (3), fourth in total points scored (14), sixth in points per game (0.70) eighth in shots per game (1.75), eighth in total goals (4)… Recorded a season-high two assists against VMI (Oct. 24)… Named to the preseason All-SoCon team.
Played in 19 games, including 17 starts in the midfield to earn his second letter … Named First Team All-Southern Conference … Tied for fifth on the team in scoring with eight points … Scored his lone goal of the season against ETSU (Oct. 8) … Dished out a team-high six assists, ranking third in the SoCon … Had string of three straight games with assists from Sept. 14-20 … Third on the team with 42 shots, including 18 on goal … Named to the preseason All-SoCon team.
Played in 19 games to earn his first letter … Made 18 starts in the midfield … Named the Southern Conference Freshman of the Year … Named First Team All-SoCon and to the SoCon All-Freshman Team … Finished second on the team and fifth in the SoCon in scoring with 18 points … Tied for the team lead and second in the SoCon with eight goals … Two-time SoCon Player of the Week recipient … Opened his career in style, scoring his first career goal in double overtime in the Spartans' 1-0 victory at Virginia Tech (Aug. 28) … Scored his second career goal at South Carolina (Sept. 8), converting a penalty kick … Posted a two-goal effort against North Florida (Sept. 18) … Scored four goals in a three-game SoCon stretch in October – scoring against Mercer (Oct. 20), Wofford (Oct. 24) and two against VMI (Oct. 27) … Dished out two assists on the year against ETSU (Oct. 6) and VMI (Oct. 10).
Prior To UNCG
Spent five years as Stantonbury Campus in England … Played five years of soccer and helped his team to the National Runner-Up finish … Guided team to a District Championship … Ran track for four years and holds the district record in the 400-meter distance.
Full name is Leeroy Takunda Maguraushe … Born January 11, 1996 in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe … Son of Andrew and Ivy Maguraushe … Has one sister, Lindsay … Majoring in information systems/supply chain management.
|SINGLE-GAME HIGHS [all-time ranking]:
Points: 4, VMI -- Oct 27, 2015 ; North Florida -- Sep 18, 2015
Goals: 2 [t-4th], VMI -- Oct 27, 2015 ; North Florida -- Sep 18, 2015
Assists: 2 [t-4th], VMI -- Oct 24, 2017
Shots: 5, at VMI -- Oct 10, 2017 ; at Furman -- Oct 18, 2016 ; Mercer -- Oct 21, 2017