Antou Jallow
9 Antou Jallow
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Uppsala, Sweden

High School:
Ekebyskolan

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 165

Position:
F

Birthdate:
06/11/1981




Much Ado Over Antou
Swedish star garners national notice


The Jallow File

  • 2004 NSCAA Second-Team All-Region
  • 2002 NSCAA Third-Team All-American
  • 2002 NSCAA First-Team All-Region
  • 2002 & 2004 Horizon League Player of the Year
  • Led the nation in goals scored and points for much of 2002
  • 2002, 2003 & 2004 First Team All-Horizon League
  • Five-time Horizon League Player of the Week
  • 2001 Horizon League All-Newcomer Team
    (Despite missing 10 games due to injury)

  • Scored the first goal of his collegiate career three minutes into his first game (DePaul, 9/1/2001)
  • Had a seven-game scoring streak of 13 goals and four assists in a month span (Sept. 2 through Oct. 2, 2002)
Antou in '02

NCAA Goals
Per Game Leaders
1. 1.25 Alecko Eskandarian
Virginia
(25 goals/20 games)
2. 1.20 Antou Jallow
Milwaukee (24/20)
3. 1.13 Joseph Ngwenya
Coastal Carolina (27/24)

NCAA Points
Per Game Leaders
1. 2.73 Chris Goos
UNC-Greensboro
(20 goals, 20 assists,
60 points, 22 games)
2. 2.70 Alecko Eskandarian
Virginia
(25 G, 4 A, 54 Pts., 20 GP)
3. 2.65 Antou Jallow
Milwaukee
(24 G, 5 A, 53 Pts., 20 GP)
4. 2.63 Joseph Ngwenya
Coastal Carolina
(27 G, 9 A, 63 Pts., 20 GP)

UWM Single-Season Goals (All-Time)
1. 24 Antou Jallow
2002
2. 19 Milan Stojsavljevic
1977
3. 18 Antou Jallow
2004


Among UWM's
All-Time Finest


Career Goals
1. 60 Antou Jallow
2001-2004
2. 53 Tony Sanneh
1990-1993
3. 49 Pete Knezic
1977-1980
4. 38 Tunji Akiwowo
1978-1981
Lito Zabala
1977-1979

Career Points
1. 138 Tony Sanneh
1990-1993
2. 133 Antou Jallow
2001-2004
3. 125 Pete Knezic
1977-1980
4. 95 Lito Zabala
1976-1979
5. 90 Tunji Akiwowo
1978-1981

A n t o uJ a l l o w



2004: Second-Team NSCAA All-Region ... finished his four-year career after leading UWM to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive season and to four straight NCAA Tournaments overall ... named the Horizon League Player of the Year in both 2002 and 2004 and earned first-team all-league honors in three straight campaigns ... ended his four-year career as UWM's and the Horizon League's all-time leading goal scorer with 60 goals after tallying a league-best 18 as a senior ... also ended his career with 133 career points, good for second all-time in school history ... excelled in the classroom as well, earning First-Team Academic All-America honors from ESPN and NSCAA/adidas Third-Team Scholar All-America accolades ... started 21 of 22 games played ... led team with 18 goals, 41 points and 86 shots ... was drafted twice in the months following UWM's run in the NCAA Tournament ... was taken in January by the San Jose Earthquakes of MLS and then again in February by the Chicago Storm of the MISL.

2003: First-Team All-Horizon League for second consecutive season ... second on the team in goals (10) and points (23) ... scored two goals in league tourney win over UW-Green Bay (Nov. 8) ... scored goals in three straight games from Sept. 21 thru Sept. 28.



2002: Exploded on the scene en route to All-American consideration ... set single-season school records for goals (24) and points (53) ... gave UWM a 2-1 lead in second round NCAA Tournament match with second-half goal ... notched two goals in Horizon League semifinal win over Butler Nov. 15 ... scored the game-winning goal in overtime versus Wisconsin on Oct. 16 ... torched UIC for four goals in 4-2 win on Oct. 2 ... scored three goals and added an assist versus Loyola Sept. 24.

2001: Scored eight goals in first 12 starts of the season before going down with an ACL injury for the remainder of the season ... was still selected to the Horizon League All-Newcomer team though he missed the final 10 games of the regular season.



Ekebyskolan: Played three years as a defender/midfielder ... captain of his team every year ... team won the National Championship for Schools in 2000 and 1999 ... team took 10th place in the World Cup for Schools in Italy in 1999.



Personal: Son of Bouba and Lena ... played with and went to school with fellow Panther Khaled El-Ahmad.



Antou Jallow
Career Statistics
Season G/GS Shots Goals Assists PK-A Points
2004 22/21 86 18 5 2-2 41
2003 22/20 59 10 3 0-1 23
2002 20/19 80 24 5 0-0 53
2001 13/12 32 8 0 0-0 16
Totals 77/73 221 60 13 2-2 133
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