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2013 (Senior):Played all 1575 minutes on the backline...Became the first Greyhound to earn Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week honors on Sept. 3...Saved a ball off the back line vs. Saint Joseph's...Had a goal erased vs. No. 21 UMBC due to a foul.
2012 (Junior): Started and played in 19 of 20 games on the back line...Fifth on the team in minutes, playing 1,737...Also fourth on the team with two goals...Scored game-winner vs. Quinnipiac by heading in a free kick from Thompson in overtime...Headed in equalizer off Curran corner vs. Marist...Header attempt ricocheted to Thompson for game-winning goal in semifinals of MAAC Championship vs. Iona...Named to MAAC All-Academic Team.
2011 (Sophomore): Earned second-team All-MAAC and MAAC All-Academic Team honors... Named Preseason All-MAAC Team... Started all 18 games... Scored a goal at Navy (9/7)... Saw two headers erased due to fouls.
2010 (Freshman):Started 13 games and played 15 on Loyola's back line...Named MAAC Rookie of the Week on September 13... Named MAAC Defensive Player of the Week on October 11... Earned MAAC All-Rookie Team honors... Made first start against Quinnipiac (9/11)... Tallied first collegiate goal in 3-1 win over Villanova (9/29)... Also scored a goal in games against Manhattan (10/8) and in a MAAC Semifinal loss to Saint Peter's (11/12)... Led freshmen in minutes played with 1,214.
High School: Served as two-year captain of his sixth-form college team, Havering... Won league twice.
Club: Played for Redbridge FC U-18 and Thurrock FC...led the Essex County Schools as a captain, as well... Helped Essex reach the regional finals twice and one championship... Also helped the squad reach the quarterfinals of the National Cup twice. Started and played every minute for the U-18 English Schools Football Association National team that went on to share the Centenary Shield with Northern Ireland... Also captained the team for a game against France at Wembley Stadium.
Personal:Jamie Joseph Libby... Son of Karen Libby.