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Cody Arnoux
Cody Arnoux

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Wilmington, N.C.

High School:
New Hanover

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 160

Position:
Forward

08/20/2013

Watts Named to MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List

Deacon midfielder is one of 34 players named to the preseason watch list

12/16/2007

Wake Forest vs. Ohio State: NCAA Championship

Wake Forest vs. Ohio State in the NCAA College Cup national championship soccer game in Cary, N.C. on Sunday, Dec. 16, 2007.

In 2008: Scored a team-high 17 goals and 42 points, while playing in 24 games ... Became just the third player in school history to eclipse 40 points in a single season ... Named All-ACC First Team ... M.A.C. Hermann Trophy Semifinalist ... NSCAA Second Team All-American ... Netted first hat trick of career against Virginia Tech (10/4) ... Scored two goals in 36 seconds at Davidson (10/21) ... Tallied the game-winning goal at Virginia (11/7) ... Scored the golden goal in 1-0 win over William & Mary (11/25) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... Recorded two goals in victory over Dartmouth (11/30) in NCAA Tournament third round ... Assisted on three goals in Wake's 5-0 win over USF (12/6) in NCAA Tournament quarterfinals ... Scored 16 goals in the final 16 games of the season.

In 2007: NSCAA Third Team All-American ... NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team ... All-ACC First Team ... One of seven Demon Deacons to play in all 26 games during the 2007 season ... Led the Deacons in scoring, shots and game-winning goals ... Earned a spot on the Nike/Carolina Classic All-Tournament team for a goal in the team's win over Monmouth on Sept. 2 ... Registered the game-winning goal in Wake's conference opener vs. Clemson on Sept. 21, earning ACC Player of the Week honors ... Contributed two assists and one goal in WFU's 4-0 victory over NC State on Oct. 13 ... Scored the game-winning goal over Duke on Oct. 19, marking the first time the Deacs had defeated the Devils in Durham since 2002 ... Posted back-to-back goals against Davidson on Nov. 6 ... Posted five goals through four consecutive matches (Appalachian State, UNC Greensboro, Duke, Coastal Carolina) ... Scored the opening goal of the 3-1 ACC Tournament first round game vs. Clemson (Nov. 14) ... Had the assist on Marcus Tracy's game-winning overtime goal in Wake's 1-0 win over UNC in the second round of the ACC Tournament (Nov. 16) ... Scored back-to-back goals in Wake's 3-1 NCAA Tournament third round win over West Virginia.

In 2006: Played in 14 games ... Notched one goal and two assists ... Registered first career assist vs. Virginia Tech (Sept. 15) ... Earned first career goal and game-winner in the ACC regular season finale vs. Virginia (Oct. 27) ... Notched two goals in spring season match vs. Carolina Railhawks (March 25, 2007) ... Named to College Soccer News' 100 Freshmen to Watch List.

Prep: Four-year letterwinner at New Hanover HS for head coach Chip Stone ... Finished his scholastic career with 106 goals and 82 assists ... Two-time NSCAA All-American ... Former under-15 and under-18 U.S. National Team member ... Member of the adidas/ESP Program and the Region III Olympic Development Program ... 2005 North Carolina Player of the Year ... Served as team captain and named Most Valuable player for New Hanover HS ... Earned All-North Carolina honors his final three years ... Three-time region Player of the Year ... Earned All-Mid East 4A conference each of his four years ... Member of the National Honor Society and selected to honor roll each of his four years in high school ... Also a member of the Heritage Club.

Personal: Born in Stonybrook, New York on April 13, 1988 ... Major is communication ... Parents are Jim & Nanci Arnoux.

Career Stats

YearGP-GSShotsGoalsAssistsPointsGWG
200614-091241
200726-2358158385
200824-2179178423
Totals64-441463318849
 

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