Saw action in 11 games and made two starts, logging 295 minutes on the pitch ... Took four shots on the season, three on goal ... Played a season-high 52 minutes at Saint Francis (Sept. 15) ... Started games against Howard and Massachusetts ... Recognized on the GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
Saw action in 14 games and made five starts ... Amassed 576 minutes on the pitch ... Tallied an assist in GW's 4-1 win over Howard at the Kuykenstrong D.C. College Cup (Aug. 31) ... Took nine shots on the season, including five on goal for a .556 shots-on-goal percentage ... Matched his career high with three shots at Virginia Tech (Sept. 23) ... Played a season-high 77 minutes at George Mason (Oct. 31).
Saw action in 16 games and made seven starts ... Amassed 839 minutes of playing time ... Played all 90 minutes at LIU Brooklyn (9/6) ... Tallied a pair of goals for four points on the season ... Scored GW's lone goal in the season opener against American (8/30) ... Also scored an insurance goal in a 2-0 win over LIU Brooklyn (9/6) ... Took 11 shots, including eight on goal ... Career-high three shots against the Blackbirds ... Recognized on the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll for the Fall 2013 semester.
Saw action in all 18 games and made nine starts in his rookie campaign ... Amassed 954 minutes of playing time ... Played all 90 minutes at Butler (10/26) ... Ranked fourth on the team with three points on the season ... Tallied his first collegiate point, an assist on Seth Rudolph's game-winner in a 2-0 victory over Liberty in his first career start at VMI's Jay Sculley Memorial Tournament (9/9) ... Scored his first career goal in GW's 2-1 win at Richmond, tying the game in the 21st minute (10/5) ... Took five shots on the year, all on goal ... Season-high two shots against La Salle (10/12).
Led Episcopal High School to back-to-back state finals appearances as a sophomore and junior ... Two-time all-conference selection ... Earned all-state and All-Met honors as a senior ... The Maroon was ranked as high as No. 2 in the country during his junior season ... Team captain and Maroon Cup MVP as a senior ... Scored a goal and had three assists in the state semifinals his senior season ... Helped his club team, Annandale United FC, to two Virginia state titles in U16 and U17 competition and a U18 National League championship, earning a No. 1 ranking during his U17 year ... Club teammate of GW classmates Philip McQuitty and Glen Sousa ... An honor roll student ... Invited to attend the Howard Hughes lectures on infectious diseases as his school's representative ... Freshman class president ... Member of Environmental Club, Fishing Club and Young Republicans.
Ross Ayers Higgins ... Born Oct. 6, 1993 in Seaford, Del. ... Son of Amy and Edwin Higgins ... Has an older sister, Alex ... Majoring in finance.