2012: Francois played in all 24 games and started three for the Terps in 2012. Francois scored most of his goals off the bench and provided a spark plug for the Terps in many games. He scored for Maryland in the 2012 College Cup semifinals in a double OT loss. He finished his rookie season with five goals, four assists and a total of 805 minutes played.
Francois attended St. Benedict’s Prep after moving from Haiti in 2010. In just two years, Francois recorded a total of 60 goals and 41 assists. He was named the Gatorade New Jersey Boys Soccer Player of the Year and the Star-Ledger’s Prep Player of the Year in 2011-2012. Francois scored 44 goals and had 22 assists in his senior season, leading St. Benedict’s Prep to the Prep A championship and a 24-0 record. He also played for the USSDA Player Development Academy, where he scored three goals.
Francois has been called into the Haitian U-17 National Team on multiple occasions.
Francois played for the PDL side the Baltimore Bohemians in 2013. He played in two games, had one assist and recorded 80 minutes for the Bohemians.