Sean Okoli

Sean Okoli
Sean Okoli
Sean Okoli
Real Name: Sean Okoli
HT: 6' 1" WT: 182
Age: 23 (02/03/1993)
Birthplace: Federal Way, WA
Hometown: Federal Way, WA

Acquired: Signed with Revolution after rights were acquired in a trade with Seattle at the MLS SuperDraft on Jan. 15, 2015.

Professional: 2014: Signed as Seattle Sounders Homegrown Player and made professional debut on March 8, playing the final four minutes and stoppage time of the season opener and helping start the play that led to Chad Barrett's game-winning goal in 94th minute … Made two other substitute appearances in MLS play … Open Cup: Contributed to the Sounders' run to the US Open Cup championship, playing all 90 minutes and scoring in a 5-0 win over amateur club PSA Elite on June 18 in Round 4 … Was an unused substitute for the Round of 16 shootout win over San Jose and the extra-time quarterfinal win over Portland … USL PRO: Loaned out to OC Blues for two games in June and notched one assist … MLS Reserve League: Made seven appearances for the Sounders in Reserve League play, contributing two goals and two assists as Seattle finished 3-1-3.

2014 Statistics:

SEA MLS 3 0 19 0 0 0 0
SEA Open Cup 1 1 90 1 0 0 0
SEA Res. Lg. 7 7 581 2 2 1 0
OCB USL PRO 2 2 122 0 1 1 0
2014 All 13 10 812 3 3 2 0

College (Wake Forest 2011-13): 2013: Led Wake with nine goals and co-led team with 21 points to earn first team all-South Region and first team All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors … Second straight season leading the team in scoring … Scored first-half hat trick against Furman on Aug. 24 and scored twice against NC State on Oct. 8 … Recorded goal and assist at Maryland on Oct. 19 … Scored in the first game of the NCAA Tournament against Virginia on Nov. 12 and assisted in the Round of 16 loss to Notre Dame on Dec. 1 … 2012: Earned second team all-ACC honors as a sophomore … Led Wake Forest with 11 goals and recorded three assists … Named ACC Co-Player of the Week twice, once after scoring first career hat trick against NC State on Oct. 19 and once after producing a goal and an assist against top-ranked Maryland on Nov. 1 … Also named NSCAA Player of the Week on Oct. 24 … Recorded goal and assist against Virginia in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals on Nov. 6 … 2011: Started 18 of 21 appearances in first collegiate season, earning All-ACC Freshman Team honors … Finished third on the team with 11 points, including four goals and three assists … Scored in four straight matches to end the regular season … Recorded first career point by assisting on the game-winning goal against No. 25 Virginia on Oct. 14 … Scored first career goal at NC State on Oct. 22 and first game-winning goal against William & Mary on Oct. 25 … Recorded an assist in his NCAA Tournament debut against South Carolina on Nov. 17.

International Experience: Has played with multiple US youth national teams … Traveled with the U-18 squad to Portugal, Argentina and Israel and was included in the U-20 player pool in 2011.

Youth: Played for Sounders FC U-23s and the Sounders Academy … Became the first academy player to play for the Sounders in MLS Reserve League play … Scored two goals in 315 minutes for the Sounders U-23s in 2013 … Four-year starter at Todd Beamer High School and scored 19 goals with 14 assists as a senior to help lead team to the SPSL South Division Championship … Named the 2009 SPSL Co-Player of the Year and an all-SPSL first team selection in 2008 and 2009 … Named to the 2009 Seattle Times All-Area Team and 2008-09 All-Federal Way Male Soccer Player of the Year … Region IV ODP player … Ranked as the 40th-best player in his class by and the third-best in the Pacific Northwest.

Personal: Son of Chris and Tina Okoli. Studied communications at Wake Forest.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2015New England Revolution500460102000
2014Seattle Sounders FC300190000000
Career Totals-800650102000
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