2005 >>> A starter in all 21 matches at outside back ... Part of the defense that held opponents to a 1.19 goals-per-match average ... Scored one goal, the game-winner against SMU (Oct. 30) ... Attempted a total of 28 shots ... Competed for the Trinidad & Tobago Under-21 National Team.
2004 >>> Started in all 19 of the matches he played in ... A staple of the Gamecock defense that recorded five shutouts ... Honored for his performance in the adidas/Gamecock Classic as a member of the all-tournament team ... Scored the second goal of his career against Alabama A&M (Nov. 7) when he headed in a corner kick by Sebastian Lindholm...Hislop's goal tied the match 2-2 and USC went on to win 3-2 ... Attempted 16 shots on the season ... A member of the Trinidad & Tobago Under-20 National Team.
2003 >>> Played in 14 of South Carolina's 18 matches as a rookie in 2003 ... Was a starter in eight of those contests ... Notched the first goal of his career on Nov. 4 against the College of Charleston, a game that ended in a 2-2 tie ... Took 10 shots on the year from his center defensive position ... Was part of a Gamecock defensive unit that allowed just under a goal per game and posted eight shutouts, giving up just two goals in the season's first seven matches.
PRE-COLLEGE >>> Attended Signal Hill Secondary in Tobago ... A member of the Trinidad & Tobago U-17 National Team that advanced to the U-17 World Championships.
PERSONAL >>> Full name is Makan Kayode Hislop .. Name is pronounced "Mack-in Hiss-lop" ... Parents are William Hislop and Denise Lindsay ... Born Sept. 3, 1985, in Tobag