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#12 Thomas Spragg
Position: Forward
Height: 5'8"
Year: Redshirt Sophomore
Hometown: Drury, New Zealand
High School: Kings College
Washington
2012 (Redshirt Freshman):
Was injured and did not appear in any games.

2011 (Freshman):
Medically redshirted the 2011 season.

High School/Club
Spragg is the only foreign player on the Husky roster, a midfielder from Drury, New Zealand ... attended Kings College and played for Auckland City FC ... represented his country at the U17 World Cup in Nigeria and was also selected to the U16 and U15 teams ... played for the Auckland City Men's Team in the New Zealand Football Championship (NZFC) ... at his high school, he was awarded the Golden Boot and named MVP ... helped his club team (Central United) to two regional and national titles and qualified to play in the MUPC Finals ... was also awarded MVP at the New Zealand Soccer Nationals ... was a part of the first New Zealand team to advance from the group stage at a FIFA World Cup and made his debut for Auckland City FC at 16 years and six days, currently the youngest player ever to play in the NZFC and for Auckland City FC ... he was the top goal scorer in the NZ Manchester United Premier Cup Tournament and the top goal scorer in the MUPC Oceania Qualifiers.

Personal
Thomas Edward Charles Spragg was born on Feb. 2, 1993 in Auckland, New Zealand ... his parents are Brian and Lisa ... he has one sister, Jaime and two brothers, Charles and Oscar ... was also recruited by the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Wake Forest, University of New Mexico, University of Richmond and SUNY Albany ... his father, Brian, played professional cricket for Nottingham Forest ... hobbies include chilling with mates, going to New Zealand beaches during the summer and listening to music ... most admires his dad becaue he is an amazing person and has an incredible work ethic ... chose UW because he believe it's where he can reach his potential as a person and player.

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