At Michigan ... NSCAA second team All-American (2010)... First team NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region (2010).All-Big Ten First Team (2010)... Big Ten Freshman of the Year (2010) ... Big Ten Tournament Offensive Player of the Tournament (2010) ... Became the seventh player in program history to record a hat trick against Kentucky (9/22/10)... Set the U-M single-season scoring record with 15 goals against Northwestern (Nov. 16).
Freshman (2010) ... NSCAA second team All-American (2010)... First team NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region (2010).All-Big Ten First Team (2010)... Big Ten Freshman of the Year (2010) ... Big Ten Tournament Offensive Player of the Tournament (2010) ... Saw action in 24 games, with 24 starts in his rookie season ... Set new single-season records for goals (19), points (43) and shots (152)... Tallied his 43 points with 19 goals and five assists ... Also posted six game-winners as a freshman ... Tallied four shot in U-M's College Cup semifinal game against Akron (Dec. 10)... Led the U-M offense with five shots, including one on goal in U-M's 3-2 upset win over No. 3 Maryland to advance to the 2010 NCAA College Cup ... Netted the game-winner, his sixth of the season, in U-M's 3-1 win over No. 18 South Carolina (Nov. 28)in the NCAA Championship third round ... Saad now has 19 goals this season, ranking him second in the nation in total goals ...Posted 10 shots, his third career game of at least 10 shots, in U-M's 2-1 overtime win over UCF (Nov. 21) in the second round of the NCAA Championship ... Snapped a four-game scoring streak in the win over UCF ... Tallied three goals, including game-winners against Michigan State (Nov. 11) and Wisconsin (Nov. 12) during the Big Ten Tournament ... Named TopDrawerSoccer.com Player of the Week (Nov. 15) for his efforts at the Big Ten Tournament ... Set the U-M single-season record for goals with 15 after scoring the game-winner against Northwestern (Nov. 6), the previous record was 14 set in the 2003 season ... Tallied nine shots with two reaching the frame, in the Michigan victory ... Posted his third multi-goal game with two goals in U-M's 5-1 win over Bowling Green (Oct. 30) ... Also added an assist against the Falcons for a five point game ... Added an assist in U-M's 3-2 overtime win over No. 23 Michigan State (Oct. 30) ...Had a five game scoring streak, the longest for a Wolverine this season... Recorded his second career multi-goal game against Valparaiso (Oct. 13) when he recorded two goals ... Posted U-M's lone goal against top-ranked Akron (Oct. 19)to become the first opponent to score on the Zips at home. Tallied his team-leading eighth goal of the season in U-M's 3-2 win over Wisconsin (Oct. 10) ... Recorded his first collegiate assist against No. 24 Penn State (Oct. 3), assisting on his brother Hamoody's goal ... Posted his first career hat trick against Kentucky (Sept. 22) and tallied a season-best six points ... Posted his second career game-winner against the Wildcats ... Named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week and Co-Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts against Kentucky ... Had a team-best nine shots, five on goal against Ohio State (Sept. 25) ... Held to a season-low three shots against Notre Dame (Sept. 19) ... Tallied seven shots, two on goal, against Marquette (Sept. 19) ... Named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week for his efforts at the Seattle University Tournament ... Tallied four points on the weekend with a goal against Illinois -Chicago (Sept. 10) and Seattle (Sept. 12) ... Recorded his second game this season with double-digit shots on goal with 10 shots against Seattle (Sept. 12), his 10 shots is tied for second best in a single-game ... Recorded his first game-winner against Illinois- Chicago (Sept. 10) ... Made his collegiate debut against Detroit (Sept. 1) ... Also scored his first collegiate goal against Detroit in U-M's 2-1 overtime win ... Posted 10 shots against Detroit, which ranks second on U-M's single-game list ... Combined for 19 shots, six on goal,in his first two collegiate games against Detroit and No. 14 Drake (Sept. 3).
Prep... Dearborn (2010)...2009 MHSAA Mr. Soccer and 2009 Gatorade National Soccer Player of the Year... 2009 NSCAA/adidas All-American...Four-year letterwinner... Four-time all-state selection... Set the MHSAA single-season state record for goals with 76 and the state career record for goals with 172 career tallies.... Led the Pioneers to four consecutive league titles and four consecutive district crowns.
Club/Junior Team... Michigan Wolves, Vardar... Extensive U.S. Youth National Team experience... spent time with the U.S. Soccer U-17 Residency Program, earning a call-up to the U-17 national team... Named the 2008 US. Soccer Development Academy U-16 Player of the Year while with Vardar... Led the 2007 Michigan Wolves to the 2007 U.S. Youth National Championship... Awarded the Golden Boot for Most Outstanding Player
Personal... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts... Younger brother of current Michigan midfielder Hamoody Saad... The two become the first brothers to play for the Wolverines since Mychal and Robert Turpin.
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