Men's Soccer

Sean Magee
Sean Magee


Portage, Mich.

High School:
Portage Central

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 165




Game-by-Game Stats | Career Stats

▪ Played in all 17 matches, making 12 starts
▪ Scored in opening match at Pittsburgh (8/30)
▪ Netted goal in 3-2 win at Green Bay (11/2)

▪ Started in all 19 matches
▪ Earned Summit League Academic All-League selection ▪ Scored game-winning goal against Detroit Mercy (Oct. 3)
▪ Recorded two assists against New Hampshire (Aug. 24)
▪ Summit League Academic Honor Roll selection

▪ Played in 11 matches, including seven appearances in the starting lineup
▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Academic Team

▪ Played in 18 matches as a true freshman, earning seven starts
▪ Scored two goals for four points during the season
▪ Netted the match-winning goal in OUs win over IUPUI (11/12) in the semifinals of The Summit League Tournament
▪ Scored his first collegiate goal against San Diego State (9/12)
▪ Made his collegiate debut as a starter against Marshall (9/3)
▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar

High School:
▪ Played four years of varsity soccer at Portage Central High School under coach Halloran
▪ Was named the Kalamazoo Gazette Player of the Year as a senior
▪ Earned all-state first team honors in his senior season and was all-state honorable mention as a junior
▪ Was team most valuable player in both his junior and senior seasons
▪ Was a four-time all- conference and all-district player
▪ Also competed in basketball and track at the varsity level at PCHS
▪ Played club soccer with the Derby County Wolves under coach Lars Richters

Academic Awards and Extracurricular Activities:
▪ Member of student council
▪ Earned a place on his school's High Honor Roll

Top Athletic Performance:
▪ Won the club national championship in California as a member of the Derby County Wolves

Full Name:
Sean Patrick Magee
Birthdate: February 29, 1992
Parents: Bill Magee and Karen Radcliff
Siblings: Bill and Megan Magee
> Uncle, Mark Ignatowitcz, played football at Northwestern from 1983-86

Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland:
1. The attention given to student athletes
2. Oakland is a great school that is close to home
3. The good soccer program at OU

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