2003: Played and started in all 23 matches... Was third on the team in points with 25, having recorded seven goals and 11 assists... Named Second Team All-South Atlantic Region and Third Team All-American by the NSCAA... First Team All-Big South Conference... Netted the game-winner against fourth-seeded North Carolina in the second round of the NCAA Tournament... Assisted the game-winning goal against Davidson in the NCAA First Round match... Also hit the game-winning goals against UNC Greensboro (8-30) and Radford (10-25) and assisted the game-winner against Furman (9-26)... Also assisted the game-winning goal in Coastal's BSC Tournament victory against Birmingham-Southern (11-16)
2002: Played in all 23 matches with 22 starts for Coastal... Had four goals and seven assists for 15 points, third on the team and earned First Team All-Big South accolades for his play... Also had 55 shots on goal... Had a goal and an assist in CCU's 6-0 win over East Carolina (10-16)... Tied for fifth in the conference in assists... Had two assists in a 3-0 win over Liberty (10-19)... Had three game-winning goals
Prior to Coastal: Transferred to CCU after one season at Lindsey Wilson, helping them to a 23-2-0 record and their fourth consecutive NAIA National Championship... Played in 14 games, including starting two, finishing with seven goals and seven assists for 21 points
High School: Was named Chegutu's Player of the Year his freshman and junior years
Personal: Full name: Mubarike Chisoni... Son of Glenzia Chisoni... Born: 5-10-81... Majoring in marketing.