AS A SENIOR: Will serve as an assistant captain during the 2003 season crafty player who battled injuries throughout all of last season looks to regain the form and level of play he enjoyed during his sophomore year in 2001 gifted athlete with tremendous talent handles the ball extremely well, especially under pressure has a calm and positive demeanor on the field superb offensive threat with proven goal-scoring ability will look to be productive offensively this season if he remains healthy will add a considerable firepower to Irish attack.
AS A JUNIOR: Came off the bench in all 21 of Notre Dames games in 2002 tallied three goals and dished off two assists scored his first goal in Notre Dames 5-1 win over Providence his unassisted goal at the 51:01 mark of the contest gave the Irish a 2-0 advantage over the Friars netted second goal of the season in 2-0 win at home against Michigan State scored second Irish goal off an assist from Kevin Goldthwaite at the 64:40 mark of the contest dished off one of the two assists on Greg Martins game-winning goal in 2-1 double overtime victory over #7 Furman tallied third goal of the season off an assist from Chad Riley at the 36:00 mark of the contest versus Villanova which gave the Irish a 4-0 advantage in eventual 5-0 victory credited with one of two assists on Erich Brauns goal in BIG EAST quarterfinal match versus Georgetown named to the all-tournament team at Mike Berticelli Memorial Soccer Tournament.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Third-team all-Great Lakes Region played in all 19 games and earned 18 starts in 2001 Notre Dames second-leading scorer with six goals and six assists (18 points) after scoring just one goal during his freshman season his only non-start of the season was against Clemson dished off first career assist against fifth-ranked Furman which put the Irish up 1-0 13:41 into the contest registered the first multiple-goal game of his career when he scored two goals and dished off an assist against West Virginia his goal at the 66:11 mark of the contest on an assist from Chad Riley marked the first of his career put Notre Dame up 2-0 in the contest when he scored at the 76:27 mark off of a feed from Erich Braun tallied the game-tying goal with eight seconds remaining off an assist from Justin Detter in come-from-behind 2-1 overtime victory against Syracuse had a goal and an assist in 2-1 win at Virginia Tech dished off one of the two assists on Brauns game-winning score against sixth-ranked Indiana and then had a goal and an assist in 2-0 win over Boston College also had a goal and an assist in 4-0 win over IUPUI earned BIG EAST Player of the Week honors for the first time in his career on Oct. 15 following his performances against West Virginia and Virginia Tech named to the Umbro/Spinx Furman Invitational All-Tournament Team.
AS FRESHMAN: Made two starts in the 12 games he played and scored one goal earned his first career start in Notre Dames 2-1 win over Villanova and also was in the starting lineup against IUPUI tallied his first collegiate goal in the season opener against New Mexico off an assist from Dustin Pridmore at the 79:54 mark of the contest missed four games Cleveland State, Seton Hall, Connecticut and Pittsburgh because of a foot injury.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Selected to the NSCAA/adidas All-America team as a senior two-time Georgia Player of the Year as selected by the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association (GACA) 1999 Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Georgia attended the adidas Elite Soccer Camp in both 97 and 99 four-year member of the Region III Olympic Development Team, as well as Region III regional squad Under-15 national pool member in 96 during his four-year career at Lassiter, scored 36 goals and dished off 35 assists in 60 games played finished first all-time in goals scored at Lassiter scored only goal for United Quest in 2-1 loss to Paraguay in 1999 led that squad to Under-18 Tampa Sun Bowl championship in 99 named leagues Best Offensive Player three consecutive seasons competed in tournaments in England and France with club team led United Quest to two consecutive semifinal appearances at Dallas Cup in both 98 and 99 and three straight Georgia Open Cup crowns brother David played soccer at Georgia State University born Dec. 5, 1981 son of Hubert and Joan Prescod enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a political science major.