AS A JUNIOR (2017):
• Appeared in 16 matches with 13 starts on the season.
• Notched two goals and two assists for a total of six points on the year.
• Attempted 25 shots, with eight registering on goal.
• Scored the only goal for the Irish in a 1-1 draw with No. 10 Virginia.
• Registered an assist in Notre Dame’s 2-1 victory at North Carolina in the ACC Championship quarterfinal.
• Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2016):
• Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
• Appeared in 17 matches (five starts) during sophomore season as a result of injury.
• Scored two goals and added one assist from the Irish midfield.
• Attempted 35 total shots, with 15 attempts officially finding goal.
• Logged four shots (three on goal) in an overtime victory against No. 5 Stanford.
• Scored a pair of goals for Notre Dame in a 5-0 win against No. 22 California to close out the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic.
• Notched a secondary assist on the game-winning Notre Dame goal at Pittsburgh.
• Registered three shot attempts each in ACC matches against Duke and No. 3 North Carolina.
• Tied a season-high with four shots (two on goal) in the second round of the NCAA Championship against Loyola.
AS A FRESHMAN (2015):
• ACC Academic Honor Roll recipient.
• Key reserve in all 22 matches of debut season on the Notre Dame attack – only Irish freshman to see official game action in 2015.
• Tallied four goals over the course of the season, including two game-winning goals.
• Scored his first career goal, which was also the game-winning and lone goal, during a 1-0 Irish win in double overtime at No. 14 Indiana.
• Added a goal in the 44th minute of the 4-0 defeat at Michigan State.
• Recorded the only Notre Dame goal in a 1-1 home draw against Michigan.
• Tallied the game-winning and lone goal in a 1-0 victory in the semifinals of the ACC Championship in front of 5,000 fans at No. 1 Wake Forest.
• Attempted a career-high three shots, with two finding goal, during the NCAA Championship Round of 32 against Tulsa at Alumni Stadium.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:
• National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American as a senior.
• Named NSCAA Kentucky Player of the Year as a senior in addition to earning all-region honors.
• Compiled 35 goals and 39 assists during his high school career.
• Competed in the adidas High School All-American Game.
• Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) First Team All-State as a junior and senior.
• Henry Clay team MVP and team captain as a junior and senior.
• Henry Clay Student Athlete of the Month for September of 2014.
• Kentucky Youth Soccer Association (KYSA) Boys Player of the Year as a junior.
• KHSAA First Team Academic All-State on three occasions.
• Scholastic Ball Report Student-Athlete of the Month for October of 2013.
• Did not play during his sophomore year due to a season-long injury.
• Henry Clay team was KHSAA state semifinalist during his freshman season and he was named to the KHSAA All-Tournament Team and the Bourbon County Colonel Classic All-Tournament Team.
• Henry Clay Most Outstanding Offensive Player as a freshman.
• Competed with Lexington FC 97 White Premier from 2005-14 and was a team captain every year.
• Region 2 Championship finalist in 2011 and 2014.
• Seven-time Kentucky Youth Soccer Association (KYSA) state champion.
• Olympic Development Program (ODP) Region 2 Team and ODP national pool player.
• Member of the National Honor Society, Equity in Advanced Placement, Beta Club and Economics Club.
• Also a member of the Catholic Action Center and Mentoring Project.
• Son of Frederick and Michaela Ueland.
• Has one older brother, Walker, and an older sister, Emma, along with two younger sisters, Sara and Elizabeth.
• Father, Frederick, and uncle, Craig Ueland, played soccer at Stanford University.
• Uncle, Hal Ueland, played soccer at Pacific Lutheran University and another uncle, Carl Ueland, was on the Gonzaga University soccer team.
• Born in Lexington, Kentucky.
• Enrolled in the College of Science, majoring in biological sciences.
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