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Thomas McNamara
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Thomas McNamara 1691737
Position: Midfielder
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 170
Year: Graduate
Hometown: West Nyack, NY
Major: Applied Economics

In 2013 (Graduate):

  • NSCAA All-American (Second-Team)
  • Collegesoccernews.com All-American (Third)
  • NSCAA All-South (First)
  • NSCAA Scholar All-South (First)
  • NSCAA Scholar National Team (First)
  • First-Team All-ACC
  • All-ACC Tournament Team
  • Two-Time ACC Player-of-the-Week, Sept. 10, Oct. 15
  • Topdrawersoccer.com National Player-of-the-Week, Sept. 10
  • College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA)
  • Academic All-America National First-Team
  • College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA)
  • Academic All-America Region Team
  • Captain of 2013 Team
  • Named team’s Most Valuable Player
  • Named team’s Offensive Player-of-the-Year
  • Scored four game-winning goals
  • Lead the Tigers (11-7-3) to the first round of the NCAA Tournament
  • The four game-winning goals are the most since Dane Richards had seven in the 2005 season.
  • The 22 points he accumulated in 2013 is also the most for a Tiger since Richards had 31 in 2006.  He led the team in goals scored (7) and assists (8)
  • Scored the game winner against Mercer in Clemson’s first match of the season on August 30 and against Gardner Webb on September 8 in Clemson’s 3-0 victory
  • Scored the game winner in Clemson’s 2-0 victory over 15th-ranked Virginia on September 6
  • Also scored the game-winning goal in the UNC-Greensboro match on September 17
  • Assisted on Kyle Fisher’s goal in Clemson’s 1-1 draw with #15 ranked Wake Forest on October 11
  • Assisted on Kyle Fisher’s game-winning goal in Clemson’s 2-1 victory over #15 North Carolina in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament
  • Fifth in the ACC for most points (22)
  • Tied for eighth in the league for most goals (7)
  • Tied for third in the ACC for most assists (8)
  • Tied for third in the ACC for most game winning goals (4)

At Brown:

In 2012 (Senior):

  • First team All-Ivy selection, was tied for the team-lead in scoring with 12 points on four goals and four assists
  • An NEISL All-Star, McNamara started in all 19 games and earned All-Tournament Team honors at the Brown Soccer Classic
  • Named to the NSCAA All-Northeast Region Team

In 2011 (Junior): 

  • Played in just four games before sustaining a season-ending injury
  • Scored a goal in Brown's 3-0 victory over Bryant on Sept. 5 during the Ocean State Classic to earn All-Tournament Team honors
  • Went on to tally two assists during the Brown Soccer Classic to be selected as the Tournament MVP while also earning a spot on the All-Tournament team

In 2010 (Sophomore):

  • A Second Team All-Ivy midfielder and third Team NSCAA All-Northeast Region selection
  • Started in 18 of 20 games for the Bears this season and combined for 10 points on three goals and four assists
  • Scored twice to lead Brown to its 2-0 win over Cornell (10/23) and his assists came during wins over Bryant (9/3) and South Carolina (9/10)
  • Named to the Ocean State Classic All-Tournament Team, earned CoSIDA ESPN Academic All-District honors.

In 2009 (Freshman):

  • Started in 16 of Brown's 18 games
  • Tied for the team-lead in goals with five, all of which were game-winners
  • Led the Ivy League in game-winning goals (5) and ranked third in goals and ninth in shots-per-game (2.43)
  • Played for current Clemson Coach Mike Noonan

Before Brown: 

  • A team captain during his senior season and a four-year varsity letter winner
  • In 2008, was named First Team All-New Jersey, All-North Jersey, All-County and All-League
  • Earned a 2007 Bergen County Championship, and received All-League, All-County, First Team All-North Jersey and New Jersey Third Team accolades
  • Helped guide FC West Chester to three Eastern New York State Cup Championships
  • Attended the U-18 US National Team Camp and was a Super Y League National Team Player in 2007 and 2008.
  • Working on a master's degree in applied economics
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