As a Sophomore (2007):
Tallied a goal and an assist against Pittsburgh (Sept. 23)...took two shots and recorded first career assist against Fairfield (Sept. 2).
As a Freshman (2006)
Appeared in 21 games and made six starts in the midfield ... scored two goals and attempted 20 shots ... scored the first goals of his career in back-to-back games at DePaul (Oct. 14) and against Villanova (Oct. 18) ... score in the 84th minute against Villanova was his first career game-winner ... started and played all 90 minutes of an NCAA Tournament contests at then-No. 7 Maryland (Nov. 15) ... attempted a career-high three shots in a 2-1 road loss to DePaul and in an NCAA Tournament win over No. 16 Monmouth (Nov. 10) ... put one shot on goal in a scoreless tie with then-No. 22 UConn (Sept. 14) ... played 25 minutes and took one shot in a 5-2 road win over Georgetown (Sept. 10) ... had two shot attempts in games against then-No. 12 Virginia Tech (Sept. 1) and Marist (Sept. 4) ... attempted a shot in his first collegiate appearance at Michigan (Aug. 25) and made his first collegiate start in a win at Oakland (Aug. 27).
At Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute
Earned varsity letters in soccer, volleyball and cross country while at Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute ... played for the Canadian U-17 National Team from 2002-04, while also playing club soccer for the Woodbridge Strikers (U-15) and North York Azzuri (U-17).
Michael Chi Ho Luk ... born Aug. 22, 1986 in Hong Kong, China ... son of Joe Luk and Susan Choi ... has two older sisters, Mable and Maggie ... lists his favorite moment in sports as playing for his country ... came to St. John's for the soccer program and the university's multi-cultural environment.