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Charles Darkwah

Charles Darkwah
Class: Graduated in 2004
Number: 11
Position: Forward
Height: 5-11
Weight: 170
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario
High School: Bathulst Heights (West Virginia)

Career Highlights

  • Scored 19 goals in three seasons
  • The 2004 America East Striker of the Year
  • A two-time all-conference selection
  • Named to the NSCAA All-Region Team in 2004

Senior Season (2004)

  • A first-team NSCAA All-New York Region selection
  • The America East Striker of the Year
  • Led the conference with a career-high 12 goals
  • Had a career-high five points (two goals, one assist) in the season opener against Marist on Sept. 1
  • Scored twice against Maine on Oct. 24
  • Netted the game-winning goal against Hartford on Oct. 6

Junior Season (2003)

  • Named second-team all-conference
  • Led the team with seven goals and 15 points
  • Was the America East Conference Player of the Week for Sept. 22-28
  • Scored two goals against Niagara on Sept. 24
  • Tied for second on the team with two game-winning goals
  • Reeled off a five-game scoring streak from Sept. 19-Oct. 8
  • Netted a goal in the America East Conference title game against Northeastern

Sophomore Season (2002)

  • Transferred to Binghamton just prior to the start of the season
  • Started 11 times

Before Binghamton

  • Played under Paul Marco when he was coaching the Mountaineers

Before College

  • Competed in the Ontario Soccer League and was the 1995 Under-16 MVP

Personal

  • Mother is Bridget Annin
  • Majoring in human development

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