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FRESHMAN (2011): Started all 17 games in which he appeared ... Scored his first goal at Oregon State, and the team's first goal of the year, in the season opener against Portland on Aug. 27 ... Finished the year with five points on one goal and three assists ... Setup scores with assists in games at Gonzaga (W, 1-0), at Stanford (L, 3-2) and home against the Cardinal (Oct. 23) ... His 15 shots led all Beaver freshmen ... Assisted on Josh von Allworden's game-winning goal in overtime against Stanford on Oct. 23 by lofting a free kick from just across midfield into the box ... Ended the season ranked as the 91st best freshman in the nation according to TopDrawerSoccer.com.
CLUB: Played four years for the Soham Town Rangers ... Team won the Cambridgeshire League Championship in 2009 ... Three-year member and Cup Winner with the Cambridgeshire County squad ... Invited to the England U18 schoolboys trials.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Soham Village College in Cambridgeshire, England ... Played every minute in 16 games and scored 14 goals ... Scored eight goal in first year and six goals in second year ... Was a PE Sports Class Representative ... Has a 3.2 GPA.
PERSONAL: Born in Colorado Springs, Colo. ... Parents are William and Mandy Seymore ... Chose Oregon State because "of the level of soccer they play in the Pac-10. Also, the program is growing rapidly and Steve (Simmons) and Gary (Hamel) are taking it in the right direction and I want to be part of that" ... Biggest athletic thrill to date is "reaching the British Colleges final in my first year and playing at a 22,000-seat stadium" ... Hobbies include video games, reading and music ... Majoring in Sports and Exercise Science.