2014 (JUNIOR): Injuries limited him to eight appearances off the bench … Tallied an assist in his first contest played, with that helper coming on the leveler in an eventual overtime win at Florida Atlantic (10/17) … Saw time in each of the remaining seven matches, making three shots total on the year … Named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s and Southeastern Conference Fall Academic Honor Rolls.
Was one of the first Gamecocks off the bench, playing in 18 of 19 contests in 2013...notched three shots with two coming on goal...one came on frame against Presbyterian (Oct. 1) and the other vs. Old Dominion (Nov. 9) in the regular season finale...named to the Conference USA and SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Saw action in 12 contests with two starts on the year ... Registered three shots, including one on goal ... Tallied a shot in the season opener vs. College of Charleston (Aug. 24) ... Earned the first start of his career vs. No. 9 Coastal Carolina (Oct. 24) and followed with start at No. 13 Wake Forest (Oct. 27) ... Named to the C-USA Academic Honor Roll ... Member of the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.
U-17 U.S. Men's National Team training camp (2010), three-time U.S. Development "Select Team" player ... 3-year team captain for high school squad, 4-year starter, 4A All-Region Team (2010, 11), All-Lowcountry Team (2011) and Rookie of the Year (2009) ... Played club soccer for South Carolina United FC and coach Clark Brisson ... ESPN Rise Top 150 Recruit for 2012 class ... Ranked as the No. 63 player overall in the TopDrawerSoccer.com Top 100 ... Ranked No. 7 in the South Atlantic Region by TopDrawerSoccer.com ... CollegeSoccerNews.com Top 150 ... 3-year letterwinner at Fort Dorchester High School in Charleston, S.C.
Son of Duane and Chris L'Amoreaux; has one brother, Nick ... Major at South Carolina is biological sciences.