2013: Gnapi played a partial season for the Drovers. He had one assist on the year. In the summer of 2014, he played in the National Premier Soccer League for the Oklahoma City Football Club.
2012: In his sophomore year, Gnapi saw appearances in 13 games. He recorded two goals and three assists for the year. His goals came in shutouts over Bethany College and Rogers State. He had two assists against Texas Wesleyan and one other against Saint Gregory’s.
2011: As a freshman, Gnapi played in nearly every game for the Drovers, earning eight starts. He scored four goals for the Drovers, including the game-winning goal in double overtime against conference opponent Wayland Baptist in mid-October. He also scored USAO’s only goal in a loss to Lindenwood University.
High School: Originally from Paris, Gnapi played three seasons at Coopers Technology College in Chilsehurst, England, where he led his team in goals and turned up second in the conference in goals made with 16. His team became Ryman Youth League runners up in 2010.
Interesting Fact: Nicknamed General Gnapstar
Advice to Freshmen: Graduate