6 David Yu
David Yu


Newport News, Va.

High School:
Hampton Roads Academy

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 160



Miscellaneous: Will serve as one of Army's co-captains this season ... led Army in assists the last two seasons ... dished out nine assists in his first three years ... excellent at throw-ins and corner kicks ... started all but one game he has appeared in during his career (48 of 49)... three-time letterwinner.

2003: Started all 18 games for Army at the midfield position ... routinely called on to trigger corner kicks ... led the team in assists (four) for the second straight season ... one of the best at setting up teammates with scoring opportunities ... pinpoint passer ... tied for third on the team in points (four) ... fired 26 shots, third best on the team ... his eight shots on goal was the third-highest mark on the squad.

2002: Played in 17 of Army's 18 games, starting 16 ... led team in assists with three ... third on team in points (3) ... assisted on the second of Lloyd Osafo's goals in the Black Knights' 3-2 win versus Fordham, their first of the year ... along with Todd Severson, assisted on Ryan Chang's goal during the 1-0 upset win against American.

2001: Shared Army Freshman of the Year honors with teammate Lloyd Osafo ... started and played in 14 matches ... racked up four points on the season (tied w/Tucker Mahoney and Mark Hillen) ... scored his first and only goal of the season against Patriot League rival Lafayette ... fed the pass that led to Mike Linnington's game-winning goal versus the Hartwick Hawks ... assisted on Tim Crook's goal in Army's 2-1 win over UNC-Asheville.

Prior to Army: Graduated from Hampton Roads Academy in 2000 ... Earned four varsity letters in soccer and one in track and field ... captained the soccer team during his senior year ... two-time first team all-state and all-conference selection ... named to the Newport News Daily Press first team on two occasions ... won four consecutive conference championships with his soccer team (1997-2000) and one state title (1999) ... helped lead Hampton Roads Academy to a Top 10 national ranking, making the team one of the best private school programs ... member of the Virginia Olympic Development team for five seasons ... attended the United States Military Academy's Prep School for one year.

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