Played in all 21 matches, including 18 starts, and led the Deacs in points for the second straight season with 14 (4g, 6a)... started and logged 70 minutes in the season opener against USF, taking one shot (8.27)... started and fired off two shots against No. 1 Louisville (9.2)... started and took five shots against Oregon State, logging 80 minutes and tallying three shots on frame (9.4)... tied for team-highs with three shots and two on frame against Clemson (9.9)... tallied for the first time in 2011 on the game-winner in the 77th minute against Cleveland State (9.14)... assisted on the Ben Newnam's tally at Duke (9.25)... led the Deacs with four points (1g, 2a) in a 4-1 win over Davidson, despite coming off the bench for the first time in his collegiate career (9.28)... logged 79 minutes, taking four shots and two on goal versus Virginia Tech (10.1)... nailed the game-winner againt No. 25 Virginia in the 88th minute for his third score of the season and 21st of his career (10.14)... picked up his fourth assist of the season in the Deacs 5-2 win at NC State (10.22)... had a team-high four shots versus William & Mary (10.25)... recorded a goal and assist in the 2011 ACC Quarterfinals (11.8)... assisted on the Deacs' lone goal in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament (11.17)...
Named All-ACC Second Team ... Started every game on the season and ran consecutive starts streak to 43 straight games ... Led the team with eight goals, 16 points and four game-winning goals ... Started the season opener against Seton Hall (9.3), playing the full 110 minutes and attempting three shots, including two on goal ... Scored first goal of the season in win against Clemson (9.10) ... Tallied the game-winning goal in Wake's 1-0 win at No. 2 Virginia (9.18) ... Tied for the team high with two shots in loss to College of Charleston (9.21) ... Found the back of the net for the third time in 2010 at UNC Greensboro (9.25), scoring the game winner late in the second half ... Scored fourth goal of the season and third game winner in Wake's 1-0 win against Appalachian State (10.5) ... Attempted a team-high tying two shots, including a shot on goal, against William & Mary (10.12) ... Recorded first career hat trick in win over Boston College (10.30), scoring all three goals in the second half ... Earned ACC Player of the Week honors and national recognition from College Soccer News and Top Drawer Soccer after performance against the Eagles ... Tallied eighth goal of the year in second half at Davidson (11.2).
Started every game during his freshman season and finished third on the team with 20 points ... Tied the school record for goals by a freshman with 10 ... Ranked fourth in the ACC in goals and tied for 10th in points ... Selected to All-Freshman team by Top Drawer Soccer and Soccer America ... Earned All-ACC Freshman team accolades ... Named as a Freshman to Watch by CollegeSoccerNews.com ... Made collegiate debut against William & Mary (9.1), attempting four shots, including one shot on goal ... Scored the game-winning goal at Clemson (9.13), the first goal of his collegiate career ... Netted his second goal of the season in 3-1 loss to Charlotte (9.29) ... Gave Wake Forest an early lead against Virginia Tech (10.2) with his third goal of the season ... Scored fourth goal of season against North Carolina (10.9), tying the game with nine minutes left in regulation ... Tallied fifth goal of the season against NC State (10.17), putting Wake Forest in front 3-1 ... Recorded sixth goal of the season and attempted a career-high five shots against Davidson (10.27) ... Notched second game-winning goal of the season and seventh overall in 3-0 victory against Duke (11.6) ... Named ACC Player of the Week (11.9) after his performance against the Blue Devils ... Recorded first multi-goal game of his career against Clemson in ACC Tournament quarterfinals, scoring two goals ... Earned ACC All-Tournament Team honors ... Tallied 10th goal of the season against UCLA (12.5), adding an insurance goal late in the second half ... Named to ACC Honor Roll.
Has seen time with the U-14, U-15, U-18 and U-20 U.S. National Teams ... Member of the first class invited into Brad Freidel's Premier Soccer Academy ... Trained with Cercle Brugge of the Belgium Jupiler League and was also the leading scorer while playing with Cercle Brugge's amateur team ... Captain of the Columbus Crew's U-17 team, which was invited to play in the SUM U-17 Cup in Denver, Colo., against other U-17 MLS teams ... Graduated in top 10 percent of his class and was also a member of student government.
Born on September 10, 1991 ... Son of John and Terri Lubahn.