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9 Jed Prater
  • Position
  • Class
  • Height
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  • High School/Other
  • Club Team
  • Hometown
  • Midfielder
  • Junior
  • 6' 0"
  • 162 lbs.
  • Narabeen Sports
  • Manly UTD FC
  • Somersby, Australia
STATS
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YearGP-GSGAPTSSHSHOT%SOGSOG%YC-RCGWPK-ATT
201018-1110211.0914.3640-100-0
201119-1811318.0563.1670-000-0
201220-2021521.0958.3810-011-1
Career57-49421050.08015.3006-111-1

Updated: December 5, 2012

2012: Started all 20 games … Served as a team captain for the second straight season … Tied for second on the team in goals with and two and tied for third in points with five … Scored the game-winner against Temple by converting on a penalty kick … Tallied the assist on Kai Marshall’s game-winner against Radford...Scored the game-tying goal against NC State in the first round of the ACC tournament … Tied for third on the team with 21 shots … Led all field players by logging 1,850 minutes.

2011: Played in all 19 games, starting 18 in central midfield … Served as a team captain … Scored a goal and had an assist on the season for three points … Named to the all-tournament team at the Hilton Garden Hokie Invitational … Tallied a goal at No. 11 Boston College … Assisted on Taylor Lemmon’s goal at Duke … Racked up 1,712 minutes on the field, good for second on the team among field players … Took 18 shots on the season ... Named team Most Valuable Player.

2010: Played in 18 games, starting 11 of them … Earned first career start against Howard … Scored first career goal against Central Florida … Took 11 shots on the season, four on goal.

High School: Played at Narabeen Sports H.S. ... Lettered three years and won MVP at the 2006 Puma Cup ... Played club for Manly United FC.

Personal: Born February 16, 1990 in Sydney, Australia ... Son of Rod and Odete Prater ... Has one sister, Nikki ... Majoring in university studies.

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