- Appeared in all 20 matches, making 14 starts, good for1,038 minutes.
- Second on the team in goals with six.
- Scored a pair of goals in the Summit League championship match against Western Illinois.
- Was 2-2 on penalty kicks, versus Oakland and Western Illinois in the Summit League title game.
- Also scored against Navy, Cal Irvine and Bradley.
- Picked up lone assist of the season versus San Diego State.
- Named to Summit League All-Tournament team
2013 (Junior - Wake Forest)
Played 25 minutes and took a shot in the season opener vs. Coastal Carolina (8/30) ... Recorded an assist in back-to-back games against Virginia Tech (10/4) and NC State (10/8) ... Also picked up an assist against Syracuse (11/8).
2012 (Sophomore - Wake Forest)
Played in 14 games for the Demon Deacons ... Recorded one assist on the season ... Made his first appearance of the year at Louisville (9/11), taking one shot in 34 minutes ... Dished out his only assist of the season vs. Appalachian St. (9/25), connecting with Jake Schemper on his first-career goal.
2011 (Freshman - Wake Forest)
Appeared in all 21 matches, including 11 starts, and was named to 2011 All-ACC Freshman Team ... Tied for the team lead in assists with six ... Made his first collegiate appearance in the season opener against USF, coming off the bench to play 65 minutes and taking one shot (8/27) ... Appeared in relief for 36 minutes against No. 1 Louisville ... Started and logged all 110 minutes in a double OT match against Oregon State (9/4) ... Was credited with first collegiate assist on Tolani Ibikunle's equalizer in the 33rd minute against against Clemson (9/9) ... Recorded an assist for the second straight match on a cross to Ben Newnam in the 45th minute to give the Deacs a halftime advantage against Cleveland St. (9/14) ... Recorded two shots, including one on frame, versus UNC (9/16) ... Cracked two shots and recorded an assist on Newnam's opening goal versus Davidson (9/28) ... Tied a season-high with two shots versus Virginia Tech (10/1) ... Fired a career-high three shots, including two on frame, at College of Charleston (10/11) ... Logged first career multi-point match with a two assist effort against No. 25 Virginia (10/14) ... Scored his first career goal on a free kick and added an assist for a career-high three points at NC State (10/22) ... Nailed the Deacs' clinching PK in the 2011 NCAA Tournament First Round at South Carolina (11/17).
Enrolled at Wake Forest in January and trained with the team this spring ... Notched two goals and one assist in 2011 spring games ... 2010 ESPN RISE First Team All-American ... 2010 NSCAA High School All-American ... Three-year letter-winner at Jordan High School ... In 2010, led the Falcons an undefeated season and the state championship ... Named the 2010 Gatorade North Carolina High School Player of the Year ... Played club soccer for Triangle FC, winning the 2009 state championship ... Rated the No. 8 recruit in the country and No. 1 in the South Atlantic Region by TopDrawerSoccer.com
Full name is Edward Hugh Mullin ... Born Dec. 8, 1992 in Durham, N.C. ... Son of Bob Mullin and Mary Hanlon ... Majoring in communication.