Patrick Grange
Patrick Grange


Albuquerque, NM

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 160


2002: Missed three games due to injury as a sophomore...still tallied 17 points on the year with seven goals and three assists...notched his first goal of the year at nationally-ranked Bradley on Aug. 31...scored two goals, mathcing a single-game best, on a pair of occasions...accomplished the feat first in a 3-0 win at Loyola on Sept. 18 and later in a 5-2 triumph over Cleveland State on Oct. 13.

2001: Enjoyed a standout rookie season in which he earned a spot on the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team?one of four Flames to start in all 18 games during the year?finished second on the team with 24 points, tallying nine goals and six assists?ranked sixth in the Horizon League in scoring (1.33 ppg)?scored a goal in his first collegiate game, netting the Flames? lone tally in a 4-1 loss to Cal-Poly?would score a goal in four consecutive games between Sept. 19 and Sept. 30, capping the streak with a two-goal effort versus Eastern Illinois?would also tally a season-high two goals at Cleveland State on Oct. 14?took a team-best 45 shots on the year?tallied at least a point in 13 of UIC?s 18 games.

Prep/Personal Highlights: A four-year letterwinner and a three-time All-State selection as a forward at Albuquerque High School?helped the Bulldogs to three state tournament appearances while last fall they compiled a 14-5 record, finished as District 1-5A champions and reached the state tournament quarterfinals?as a senior, he led the Bulldogs in scoring and finished fifth in the state with 19 goals and 11 assists for 49 points?following the year he was hailed the Albuquerque Tribune Boys Soccer Player of the Year and the District 1-5A Player of the Year while also earning First Team All-State and All-City recognition?as a junior, he totaled 13 goals and 14 assists for 40 points, which was second most on the team?went on to earn Second Team All-State accolades?in his sophomore campaign, the Bulldogs finished runners-up at the state tournament while he tallied six goals and seven assists for 19 points?collected Second Team All-State honors following the year?played on Albuquerque?s Olympic Development Team from 1996-2000 and was a member of the Olympic Development Program regional pool in 1999 and 2000?born November 4, 1982?son of Michael and Michele Grange?undecided on a major.