#7 Humphrey Mahowa
Pos: FW
Height: 5-10
Weight: 160
Year: JR
Major: Business Administration
Parents: Alex & Christina
Birthday: December 27
Hometown: Lilongwe, Malawi
High School: St. Joseph
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2016:  One of the country’s most explosive offensive performers is primed to go beyond what he has done in his first two collegiate campaigns…he’s being counted on to finish despite being a marked man…looks for every opportunity to attack the net…could be used on the wing at times to give opponents a different look…dynamic and dangerous, he gets by defenders with ease and finishes well…the ball comes off his foot with outstanding velocity and accuracy, making every shot a lethal one…should compete for postseason honors for the third consecutive year…moving up the all-time scoring list as one of the program’s all-time greats.

2015:  The electric offensive player dismissed any notions of a sophomore slump with another outstanding season, finishing third in the GSAC in scoring and parlaying that into All-GSAC and NAIA All-American honors for the second consecutive year…tied for the conference lead with 12 goals and paired with four assists, he finished with 28 points…his first goal of the campaign proved to be the match-winner in the club’s season-opening, 2-1 victory over Carroll of Montana on 8/20/2015…recorded four, two-goal outings, including two in a row vs. Bethesda on 9/15/15 and Concordia on 9/19/15 that wound up netting him GSAC Offensive Player of the Week honors…tallied a career-high six points (two goals, two assists) vs. Arizona Christian on 10/1/15…finished the season with four game-winners, including an overtime, sudden-victory goal against third-ranked Vanguard on 10/10/15.  

2014: Enjoyed a prolific freshman campaign, developing into the club’s primary offensive threat early on and keeping it up throughout a season capped by GSAC Player of the Year and NAIA All-American honors…despite missing the season’s first three matches, he still managed to lead the conference with 13 goals and 29 points, highlighted by a trio of multi-goal outings…scored a goal in his first collegiate match against Embry Riddle (AZ) on 9/5/14…tallied two times vs. William Jessup on 10/1/14 and three days later netted a hat trick against San Diego Christian on the way to NAIA Offensive Player of the Week kudos…scored both goals in TMC’s 2-0 upset of top-seeded Hope International in a GSAC Tournament semifinal match on 11/8/14.