TCU Career: Has started all 32 games in which he has played over two seasons with the Horned Frogs... has a lifetime record of 9-21-1 as the TCU ‘keeper. 2001: Started 16 games for the second straight season, and matched his career best with 84 saves... posted a 2.31 goals against average, yielding 36 goals over 1,400 minutes... was 3-11-1 on the year, but registered a pair of key conference victories over Memphis and Louisville... had a nine-save performance in a 2-1 win in TCU’s season-ending win over Louisville (11-11-01)... registered a personal high with 10 saves against South Carolina (9-9-01). 2000: Was the club’s number one goalkeeper, making 16 starts in the net... posted a 6-10-0 record in his first season at TCU... recorded a 2.09 goals against average, allowing 32 goals in 1,375 minutes... tallied a career-best five shutouts and made 84 saves on the season... garnered an impressive 1.17 goals against average through the squad’s first 14 games.
Previous School: Played one season at the University of Portland under head coach Clive Charles. 1999: Appeared in three games at goalkeeper and recorded one shutout.
High School: Earned four varsity letters in soccer and one in football... played for head coach Jack Warren. Personal: Michael Fares Lahoud was born November 25, 1980... is the son of Fares and Nanda Lahoud... is an electrical engineering major.