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20 - Nickyle Webber
Nickyle Webber
Height: 5-10
Weight: 150
Year: So.
Hometown: Trelawny, Jamaica
High School: Cornwall College
Position: Midfielder

2012: Webber teamed with Glenroy Miller for a nice 1-2 punch during his sophomore year. The Jamaican led the nation in assists with 16, while adding 11 goals. His assist total was just one away from tying the single season record. Following the season, Webber was named OCCAC Midfielder of the Year, First Team All-OCCAC and First Team All-Region XII. He was named OCCAC Player of the Week on Oct. 7 when he scored four goals and three assists in the week.

Webber finished his career with 22 goals and 21 assists, which put him sixth in career goals, third in career assists and sixth in career points.

2011 season: Webber was named the team's MVP as a freshman. He was second on the team in scoring with 11 goals and five assists in 35 shots on goal. He was 1-for-1 on penalty kicks. In addition to his team award, Webber was named First Team All-OCCAC and Second Team All-Region XII. In the region, he was the ninth leading scorer.

Prior to Owens: Webber was a member of the Trelawny Knockout League Championship team in 2010. He also played cricket from his eighth grade year through his junior year. Webber played for coach Steve Bucknor at Cornwall College.

Personal: Nickyle is the son of Norman and Sherlene Webber. He has three sisters - Donealia, Saneika and Nicolette. He is a business management technology major at Owens.