2015: 10 goals, 2 assists, 22 points, 28 shots, 13 SOG, 4 GWG, 4-4 PK Preseason All-WAC Team ... recorded a hat trick on PK's alone, tying the WAC single game record with four goals in 6-0 win over UC Davis (8/28) ... WAC Offensive Player of the Week (Aug. 24-30) ... CoSIDA First Team Academic All-District ... TopDrawerSoccer Midseason WAC Top 20 (No. 5) ... Academic All-WAC
2014: 18 gp, 16 gs, 7 g, 2 asst, 16 pts, 30 sh, .233 sh%, 18 SOG, .600 SOG%, 2 GWG ... Named College Sports Madness Preseason Second Team All-Conference ... WAC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 27-Nov. 2) ... First Team All-Conference ... College Sports Madness Second Team All-WAC ... led the team in scoring and points ... NSCAA/Continental Tire Second Team All-West Region ... Academic All-WAC ... Named Eddie O'Brien Male Student-Athlete of the Year at annual Athletics Awards Show
2013: 23 gp, 12 gs, 5 goal, 5 asst, 15 pts, 28 sh, .179 sh%, 16 SOG, .571 SOG%, 1 GWG ... Scored game-winning goal in team's come-from-behind victory over SJSU in the WAC Championship title game (11/17) ... Scored the third goal for the Redhawks to tie the game in the 4-3 victory over Kansas City (11/3) ... Scored 2 of the 3 goals in the 3-0 shutout against Grand Canyon (10/27) ... Assisted Miguel Gonzalez's first goal in team's 2-2 draw vs. WAC preseason favorite Bakersfield (10/13) ... scored the third goal of the match, his first of the season, in team's 4-0 shutout at San Jose State (Oct. 5) ... tallied an assist on Brady Ballew's game-winning goal vs. Florida Gulf Coast (9/22) ... assisted Miguel Gonzales' goal vs. Georgia State (9/20) ... recorded an assist on Miguel Gonzalez's game-tying goal at Portland (9/15) ... recorded an assist on Miguel Gonzalez's go-ahead goal at Oregon State (9/13)
2012: Played in 17 games ... scored three goals ... provided two assists ... tallied eight points ... fired 30 shots with 15 of them on goal ... scored one penalty kick ... fired three shots in start at San Jose (11/3) ... tallied three shots on goal as a sub versus #10 New Mexico (10/28) ... fired two shots in win versus Houston Baptist (10/26) ... saw action in start at Denver (10/21) ... notched one shot as a sub at Air Force (10/19) ... put up one shot on goal in start versus CSU Bakersfield (10/14 )... Fired one shot in start versus UNLV (10/12) ... scored two goals on three shots on frame in start at CSU Bakersfield (10/7) ... tallied two shots, one shot on goal in start at UNLV (10/5) ... put up five shots and two shots on goal in start vs San Jose State (9/30) ... put up one shot in start at #20 Washington (9/23) ... tallied two assists and two shots, one on target in start, win versus Portland (9/21) ... scored first collegiate goal in time as a sub versus #6 UC Santa Barbara (9/16) ... took one shot in start at Nebraska Omaha (9/9) ... tallied 14 shots, four on frame in action as a sub at Sacramento State (9/5) ... fired one shot on frame in action off the bench at Gonzaga (8/26) ... made first careeer appearance as a sub during season-opening victory versus Cal Poly (8/24)
High School: Hamza played for the Shorewood High School Thunderbirds for two seasons, earning All-WesCo honors in 2011 after scoring 11 goals in 10 matches.
Club: Hamza started his club career with Emerald City, helping his squad win the U.S. club regional championship as well as reach the finals of the Washington state cup and the U.S. club national tournament in 2009. He moved on to Crossfire Academy in 2010, where he continued the trend of being the leading goal scorer on his team each year.
Personal: Hamza's parents are Mahieddine and Naima Haddadi, and he has three older siblings: Lamia, Amine, and Nora. Born in Algiers, Algeria, January 31, 1994. Currently a premajor in arts & sciences.