|| Joe Prince-Wright
Joe Prince-Wright has played in61 career games with 31starts ... scored four goals, added an assist and accumulated nine points in his career ... has two game-winning goals ... two-time Big East Academic All-Star.
Played in 12 matches on the year, starting in nine of them ... tallied three shots on the year, one of which was a shot on goal at Providence (Oct. 24) ... fired shots against St. Joseph's (Sept. 12) and at West Virginia (Oct. 13).
Played in 16 of 17 games as a junior, starting seven contests ... registered five shots on the year, two of those shots coming against South Florida...had three matches with 90 or more minutes played ... Great Britian University team finalist ... named a Big East Academic All-Star.
Played in 18 games, starting 10 as a sophomore ... tied for team lead in goals (three) ... scored game-winning goals against Bryant and at Seton Hall...recorded a team season-high two goals and four points at Seton Hall ... recorded 12 shots ... finished season with six points ... named a Big East Academic All-Star.
Played in 13 games as a freshman ... started five games ... scored one goal, one assist and totaled five points on the season ... registered two shots on year.
Prior to Pitt
Attended Itchen College from 2005-07 ... led his team to the 2005-06 Colleges Cup Championship and finals in 2006-07 ... named team captain for the 2006-07 season ... named the 2006-07 Itchen College Player of the Year.
Led his team to five consecutive City League Championships ... member of the five-time Southampton City Cup champions team ... earned the 2004-05 English National Schools Cup winners (National Champions) ... won the 1999-2000 Sportsman of the Year award ... England Under-18 National team trialist ... named the Managers and Supporters Player of the Year in 2003-04 while competing for BTC Southampton.
Born September 2, 1988 ... son of Shaun and Susan Prince-Wright ... has a sister Charlotte ... double-majoring in English writing and communications ... has completed internships at FSN Pittsburgh and ESPN Radio.