CAREER: Ayokunle Lumpkin finished his career with 10 goals and three assists for 23 career points. Lumpkin was a four-year player and saw action in 70 matches and 4,572 minutes. He notched two game-winning goals in his career and took 86 shots.
2011: Started all 22 matches ... Played forward and midfield ... Finished second on the team with 12 points ... Scored five goals and notched two assists ... Took 34 shots with 18 going on goal ... Scored the game-tying goal in a 2-1 win vs. Mercer on Sept. 9 ... Forced overtime against #11 ODU with a goal in the 89th minute in a 3-2 loss on Oct. 19.
2010: Started in 15 games at forward in his third season with the Panthers...Returned this season to play his more natural forward position...Scored his first goal against Delaware...Added another goal in a 4-3 victory over Old Dominion...Scored the game-winning goal in overtime against James Madison, 1-0...A fearless offensive threat that finished the season tied for the team lead in goals (3)...Tallied 17 shots, including eight on goal.
2009: Started in 15 games for the Panthers as a defender...Recorded five shots with two shots on goal...Helped cornerstone the defense with teammates Christopher Peacos, and Peter Vania...Was a part of two shutouts against North Florida & Drexel.
2008: Appeared in all 18 games for the Panthers during his first season...Scored two goals, including one game-winner...Finished the season with one assist and 30 shots.
PREP: Attended Sprayberry High School where he was an All County Mention...Earned three letters in soccer and was named Offensive MVP his junior and senior year.
PERSONAL: Ayokunle Lumpin was born October 5, 1988 in Bronx, New York...Son of Emmanuel Lumpkin...Father played professional soccer in Nigeria...Enjoys relaxing and writing poetry ... A psychology major.