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#SignQuincy 2024

Signing Quincy Amarikwa to your team will bring an experienced, high impact, high IQ, team-first role player to the locker room. His championship pedigree, award-winning performances, career points earned per minute played and B coaching license demonstrates his elite talents and professionalism. His ability to quickly understand and add value to the locker room, coaching staff, front office and ownership makes him a valuable asset on and off the field. Signing Quincy Amarikwa will bring a positive human that will contribute significantly to the success of your team.

2023 Gameplay

October 29, 1987

Height: 5 "9" Weight: 170lbs

Nationality: Dual Citizen USA & Nigeria 🇳🇬 🇺🇸

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Oakland Roots
Club Puebla 🎽 (Goal)
Real Betis Balompié 🌴 (Goal)
Olympique Marseille (Goal)
Games/Highlights 2018
Manchester United
Club Leon
Portland Timbers
Game Highlights
Games/Highlights 2017
Full Game Touches
Articles And Praise
Collegiate Career:
2008 UC Davis Men's Soccer
UC Davis Overall Individual Statistics (as of Dec 03, 2008)

All games

Overall: 13-5-4 Conf: 4-2-4 Home: 7-0-3 Away: 5-4-1 Neut: 1-1-0                |------------SHOTS------------|

GP-GS Min G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG%

21- 21 1636 15 1 31 78 .192 37 . 474


5 0-0 6 0 0 3
Had an outstanding career for the UC Davis Aggies, appearing in 77 games over four seasons and recording 33 goals and seven assists. Finished his career in the top five in both goals and points in UC Davis history.

As a senior in 2008, led team to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history.
Finished as the conference leader in goals scored (15) and was second in points (31).
Earned first-team All-America and first-team All-Far West Region accolades from the NSCAA
Big West Offensive Player of the Year honors.
Named to 2007 All-Big West Second Team.
Scored the Aggies' lone goal in their first ever NCAA Division I tournament game at California (11/23/07)
Led the team in goals (10), points (21) as a sophomore in 2006.
Earned back-to-back Yosemite League MVP honors in soccer and led county in scoring to capture Offensive Player of the Year honors.

Given College America goal of the year honors
Other Goals