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Max

Hemmings

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#21

Midfielder
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 184
Year: Senior
Hometown: Wokingham, England
High School: Bradfield College

Bio

Awards & Honors:

2017 All-Sun Belt Second Team
Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Week Oct. 18, 2016

2016 All-Sun Belt First Team

Academics:

Spring 2018 Athletic Director's Honor Roll
2017 CoSIDA Academic All-District
Spring 2017 President's List
2016 Sun Belt Commissioner's List

Spring 2016 President's List
Fall 2015 Dean's List

2017: Played in 19 matches with 17 starts to accumulate nearly 1,575 minutes on the field … Tied for second on the team in shots with 29, 10 of which were on target … Took a season-high four shots against UAB … Ranked third on the team in goals with five … Scored a season-high two goals over UAB … Ranked second on the team in game-winning goals with three.

2016: Played and started in 18 matches this season for over 1,500 minutes on the field … Led the team and tied for fifth in the Sun Belt in shots with 40, averaging 2.22 per game … Led the team with 18 shots on target for a .450 shots on goal percentage … Took a season-high five shots against Jacksonville … Ranked second on the team and fifth in the Sun Belt for goals with seven … Scored the game-winning goal against Lipscomb and at Howard … Had three assists, including one on Hannes Burmeister's game-winner at Appalachian State.

2015: Played in all 18 matches and started 17 during freshman season...Logged 1,301 minutes, topped by playing all 120 minutes of the Sun Belt Tournament win over Georgia Southern...Played the full 90 minutes of five other matches...Produced eight points, with three goals and two assists...Took 19 shots with seven shots on goal...Scored first goal in win at Presbyterian (9/22) and added one in the next match win over Appalachian State (10/3)...Netted final goal at Memphis (10/13)...Had both his assists in the same match in GSU's win over Sun Belt foe NJIT (10/10).

Prep: Graduated from Bradfield College, playing primarily as a center midfielder for coach Luke Webb...In two years at Bradfield scored 27 goals and produced 15 assists for 71 points...Competed in the England Independent Schools Football Association (ISFA) at the under-16 and under-18 levels...Led team to Elgin Capital Southern Independent Schools League championship...Scored all three goals in team's 3-0 win over Hemel Heampstead in the quarterfinals...Netted a hat-trick with all three goals in team's 3-2 victory over Bede's College.

Personal: Born Maxwell Frederick Riddles Hemmings on Feb. 27, 1997 in Brighton, England...Parents are Jacquelline Riddles and Julian Hemmings...Hometown of Wokingham is about 30 miles west of downtown London...Has older sister Rommany, 25 and brother Zach 21, with younger brother Louie, 16...Will begin studies in business school in real estate.

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