Wildcats Own 6-2-1 Overall Record at the UK Soccer Complex in 2011
2010 Played in 18 of UK's 19 games with 11 starting assignments ... A defender by nature, was forced into action on the front line due to injuries to the UK lineup ... Ranked third on the club in scoring, totaling three goals and one assist ... Fired 29 shots, including nine on goal ... Two of his goals came as game winners ... Logged 933 minutes ... Picked up his first career assist in a match at Michigan ... In the next game, netted the game-winning goal at Evansville, firing three shots in just 19 minutes off the bench ... Tallied second goal as the game-winning goal at Marshall ... Third goal of 2010 came as UK's lone goal in a 1-1 draw with UCF.
2008-09 Earned Mid-South Conference Honorable Mention accolades ... In 2009, posted four goals and two assists in 18 games and 16 starts ... Fired 19 shots, including nine on goal ... Was 1-for-1 on penalty-kick attempts ... Played for coach Paulo Neto at the University of the Cumberlands.
Pre-College Played at the Lyndon School in England for coaches Chris Shaugnessy and Mark Ricketts ... Led team to the Solihull Cup Championship in 2004 and 2006 ... Team won the Birmingham Cup Championship as a junior in 2005, advancing to the quarterfinals of the national cup ... Was honored with the Victor Lodorum award for athletics achievements while in high school ... Owns the school record for career goals (62) ... Also played for coach Pete Hall and club team Port Vale FC from 2003-06 ... Also played cricket for four years and rugby as a senior.
Personal Full name is Samuel Allan Brooks ... Son of Mark Allan Brooks and Paula May Brooks ... Has three younger siblings, sister Jessica (16) and brothers Liam (14) and the late Daniel ... Born Oct. 26, 1989 in Solihull, England.