14   Dominique Badji
Dominique Badji

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Dakar, Senegal

High School:
Episcopal (Va.)

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 175

Position:
F

Birthdate:
10/16/1992


08/31/2014

Terriers Overcome Downpour to Beat Iona, 1-0

Felix De Bona heads in game winner off free kick from Bjarki Benediktsson

08/29/2014

McBride Golden Goal Lifts Terriers Past Fordham, 1-0

Junior striker scores game winner with one second left in the first overtime

08/14/2014

Men's Soccer Opens Preseason Schedule

Terriers prepare for head coach Neil Roberts' 30th season at the helm

01/30/2014

Men's Soccer Places 13 on Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

Student-athletes with GPAs over 3.2 in fall semester qualify for list

12/10/2013

Badji Earns NSCAA All-Region Honors

Junior striker led the Terriers with six goals and 12 points

10/08/2011

Men's Soccer

Taken from the BU All-Access show on October 8, 2011

08/29/2014

Men's Soccer vs. Fordham (8-29-14)

Photos of the Terriers' 1-0 overtime victory over Fordham. Credit: Mike Tureski

08/14/2014

Men's Soccer Kicks Off Preseason

Photos from the start of head coach Neil Roberts' 30th preseason with the Terriers at Nickerson Field.

10/02/2013

Men's Soccer at Brown (10-1-13)

Photos from the Boston University men's soccer game at Brown. Credit: Steve McLaughlin

09/26/2013

Men's Soccer at Harvard (9-25-13)

Photos from the Boston University men's soccer game at Harvard. Photo Credit: Steve McLaughlin

08/30/2013

Men's Soccer vs. Boston College (8-30-13)

Photos from the seventh annual Terrier Tailgate featuring BU men's soccer and Boston College. Credit: Steve McLaughlin

BU Today: Soccer via Senegal - Dom Badji's unconventional road to the game

AWARDS

• 2013 NSCAA All-Region Second Team
• 2013 Patriot League All-Conference Second Team
• 2011 America East Rookie of the Year
• 2011 America East All-Conference Second Team
• 2011 America East All-Rookie Team

AS A JUNIOR IN 2013

Appeared in 16 games, making 13starts ... Earned Patriot League All-Conference Second Team and NSCAA All-Region Second Team honors after finishing sixth in the conference with a team-high six goals ... Also finished sixth in points per game (2.0) ... Ended the year second in shots per game (3.52) ... Scored first goal off a penalty kick in 2-1 victory over Hofstra (Sept. 11) ... Tallied four goals over three games, starting with one vs. Loyola Maryland (Oct. 26) ... Earned his first career multi-goal game with two at Colgate in a 3-0 victory ... Followed with one at American while finishing with a season-high eight shot attempts.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2012

Started in all 18 games ... Finished fifth on the team in points with eight off three goals and two assists ... Scored a goal at Stony Brook (Oct. 5) and against Harvard (Oct. 16) ... Netted a goal at then-No. 1 North Carolina (Sept. 2) ... Recorded assists against Hartford (Sept. 29) and Adelphi (Oct. 2) ... Led BU in shots (65) and shots on net (23).

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011

Started in 17 games ... Earned America East Rookie of the Year honors ... Named to the America East All-Conference Second Team and was a unanimous choice for the America East All-Rookie squad ... Led the team with 13 points (5g, 3a) ... Named America East Rookie of the Week on Oct. 24... Tallied his first career goal against Seton Hall on Sep. 9 ... Recorded two assists on Sep. 18 at UMass.

BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY

All-State First Team member as a junior and senior ... ESPN Rise All-Virginia First Team honoree his senior year ... Also played baseketball and track and field.

PERSONAL

Born on Oct. 16, 1992 in Dakar, Senegal ... Son of Daniel Badji and Clotilde Coly ... Has one younger brother, Charles ... Enrolled in the School of Management, majoring in business.

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