Career Summary

WHAT COACHES SAY: “He has Good feet, will finish if you give him a chance, drifts in and out of seems well, thought he set up his partner up top very well and occupies defenders which allows his teammates space, can only be a striker, probably USL level right now ... He's only a pure striker. Good in the box. But not athletic enough or sharp enough to be a top level striker. 

COLLEGE (St. Francis Brooklyn):  In his senior year Gabriel Bagot led the Terriers to the first round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1982. They qualified for the tournament by winning the NEC post season championship over Bryant University. Bagot ended his St. Francis career 10th on the school's all-time goal scoring list ... 2013: Registered 8 goals and 3 assists on the season ... 2012: Started in all 18 matches of the season ... led the team with 6 assists while also registering 5 goals ... 2011: NEC All-Conference 1st team ... Started in all 17 matches he appeared in ... Led the team with 8 goals also chipped in with 3 assists ... 2010: Started in all 13 matches he appeared in (4 goals and 1 assist.)


HIGH SCHOOL: Played soccer and tennis at Edison Academic Center.

PERSONAL: Fluent in both English and French.