2011: ▪ Played in 18 matches including 11 starts for the Golden Grizzlies ▪ Finished the season with five points from two goals and an assist ▪ Tied for third on the team in goals scored and was tied for fifth in total points ▪ Netted goals against Oral Roberts (9/23) and Eastern Illinois (10/29) ▪ He tied for fifth in The Summit League with two goals scored in league play ▪ Picked up an assist on Oakland's goal against Detroit (10/19) ▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Academic Team as a distinguished scholar ▪ Earned a spot on the Commissioner's List of Excellence
2010: ▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Tournament Team ▪ Leading goal scorer for Oakland with four goals during the season ▪ Scored the match-winning goal for OU in The Summit League Championship match against Oral Roberts (11/18) ▪ Netted twice during The Summit League Tournament (once in each game) ▪ Finished the year with four goals and two assists for a team-best 10 points ▪ First goal of the season was an overtime match-winner against No. 14 Drake (9/5) ▪ Three of his four goals were match-winning goals, the second highest total in The Summit League ▪ Scored the match-winning goal in the win over Dayton (9/29) ▪ Finished eighth in The Summit League in goals and was tied for seventh in points ▪ Named to the Summit League All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar ▪ Earned a spot on the Commissioner's List of Excellence 2009: ▪ Played and started in 16 games ▪ Named to the All-Summit League first team and the All-Newcomer team ▪ Scored three goals, which tied for third most on the team ▪ Scored three game-winning goals, against UAB (9/1), Oral Roberts (9/25) and Centenary (10/3) ▪ Earned Summit League Athlete of the Week honors for his performance against Oral Roberts ▪ Tied for third on the team with eight points, after finishing the year three goals and two assists ▪ Named to the Summit League All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar
High School ▪ Three-year letterwinner under head coach Gerry Haggorty ▪ Led his team to the conference championship in 2007 and 2008 ▪ Earned all-district, all-county and all-conference honors as a junior and senior, as well as all-state and conference MVP honors as a senior ▪ Also earned a letter in football as a kicker and punter
Club ▪ Played for the Vardar Academy
Personal Full Name: John Dreshaj Birthdate: October 21, 1991 Parents: Alex and Gjina Dreshaj > Father played soccer for the Detroit Express. Siblings: Nick Dreshaj > Nick plays soccer for the University of Detroit-Mercy.