2013: Okot started in every game of the season in either midfield or as a defender his junior year. He had two goals on the season in wins over Southwestern Christian and John Brown, a game where he recorded the game-winner. He was named All-SAC First Team and All-Southwest Region by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. In the summer of 2014, he played in the National Premier Soccer League for the Oklahoma City Football Club.
2012: Playing in every game of the season, Okot came in fourth on the team in most goals scored with three and third in most assists with four on the season. In a September game against Bethany (Kan.), he scored a goal and had two assists.
2011: As a freshman, Okot played in the final 18 games for the Drovers, starting in all but one of those. He scored his first goal for USAO in a shutout over conference opponent Rogers State, and then scored both USAO’s goals in a 2-0 win over Missouri Valley in the opening round of the NAIA National Tournament. He also had an assist in back-to-back-to-back mid-October games. Okot earned All-Conference Second Team honors as a strong mid-fielder.
2009-10: Before USAO, Okot played two seasons at Borehamwood College in London, where he was named Player of the Year and earned the Players Player Award.
Interesting Fact: Has 18 aunts and uncles
Advice to Freshmen: Work hard