One of only three Terriers to start in all 18 games... Nominated for America East Fans' Choice Playerof the Year ... Named to the America East All-Conference First Team for the second straight year... Scored the only two goals in a victory on Aug. 26 at Holy Cross.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2010
Earned First Team All-America East honors for the first time ... Led BU with six assists, second best in the league and 51st in the NCAA ... Started 15 of 16 games played ... Finished t-fifth on the team with eight points ... Talled two assists against Vermont ... Also assisted on goals against Hartford, UMBC, Albany and Stony Brook ... Recorded lone goal at Seton Hall ... Fourth on the team in shot attempts with 34 ... Had a season-high five attempts against UMass and New Hampshire.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009
Scored five goals and added an assist ... One of seven Terriers to start all 18 games ... Named America East Co-Player of the Week after tallying first career multiple-goal game with two goals in 2-1 win at Vermont ... Scored first career game-winning goal in 1-0 win over top-ranked St. John's ... Netted a goal against No. 23 Brown ... Scored a goal at Hartford in the America East tournament ... Recorded an assist in 3-0 win at No. 12 Connecticut.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008
Finished 3rd on the team with four assists, t-3rd with two goals, fifth with 31 shot attempts and sixth with eight points ... Tallied a goal against Harvard and Binghamton ... Assisted on Shaun Taylor's game-winners against Rhode Island, Maine and UMBC ... Also had a second assist against the Retrievers.
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Was the starting center forward for the Trinidad and Tobago U-17 National team during the FIFA U-17 World Cup ... Scored 21 goals for the team ... Also competed with the U-20 National team ... Competed for Holy Cross College and Fatima College during secondary school years ... Two-year captain ... Won the league title as a freshman ... Led his team to the league and knock-out finals ... Earned spots on the First Choice Team as a junior and a senior ... Team won its zone during his junior year.
Born March 9, 1990 ... Son of John and Kamlyn Knox ... Has four siblings - Saira, Danon, Dayan and Aslan ... Enrolled in the College of Communications, majoring in journalism.