Wildcats Get Win Playing with 10 Men; UK goals from Charley Pettys, Matt Lodge
2012 Speedy freshman attacking player played in 11 games with one start ... Logged 217 minutes with one assist ... Fired nine shots, including six on target ... Speed off the bench became a vital change-of-pace asset at the top of the formation, before an injury limited his use down the stretch ... Made first career start vs. No. 15 St. John's, logging a season-high 54 minutes ... Injuries limited him to three minutes in the C-USA Tournament Semifinals and seven minutes in the NCAA Tournament.
Pre-College Played for John Gall at Marcus High School in Texas, earning three varsity letters ... During the club season, Richardson was under the guidance of David Hudgel as a member of the Dallas Texans Academy club team for the past seven seasons, the same club team as fellow UK signee Jacob Speed ... During his freshman year at Marcus, Richardson connected on eight goals while dishing out six assists to help Marcus High to a 22-2 record, while being named second team all-district ... The same year in club soccer, Richardson notched 11 goals also tallying 10 assists ... The sophomore campaign ended for Marcus High with Richardson finding the back of the net 12 times and adding six assists with the team recording a 20-3 mark ... Earned his second consecutive second team all-district nod in 2010 ... For the club squad, Richardson scored five goals while yielding eight assists ... Junior year concluded with a 21-2 record, with Richardson accumulating 14 goals and eight assists, earning him first team all-district ... In club, saw his team go flawless during the season at 15-0, with six goals and seven assists.
Personal Born Caleb Daven Richardson on Nov. 7, 1993 to Hillary and Noel Richardson in Carrollton, Texas ... Three siblings, brother Hillary II (31) and sisters Carissa (32) and Adrian (25) ... Brother Hillary played soccer at Division II ... Choose Kentucky over Cal State-Bakersfield ... Active in the community by providing skills training classes to recreation teams in Texas.