|Hometown:||Santa Cruz, CA|
|High School:||Bellarmine College Prep-San Jose, CA|
Spent six-week period training with Major League Soccer’s Toronto FC.
Became first player in program history to earn Big West Offensive Player of the Year honors after finishing second among conference players in goals (11), goals per game (0.58), points (23) and points per game (1.21) and fourth in shot attempts (59) … among NCAA Division I attackers, finished 29th in goals, 35th in goals per game, 58th in points and 66th in points per game … also named to NSCAA All-Far West Region third team and to All-Big West first team … 11 goals ranked as the third-highest single season total in program history while 23 points ranked fourth … twice scored two goals during victories at Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 28) and versus UC Irvine (Oct. 7) … finished with six game-winning goals, including triumphant strikes versus Valparaiso (Sept. 9), Army (Sept. 16), at No. 16 UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 19) and at UC Davis (Oct. 31) … also scored in 3-1 victory at San Jose State (Sept. 2), during 1-1 draw at Sacramento State (Oct. 12) and in 3-2 loss versus Hornets (Oct. 27) … registered career-high six shot attempts versus UC Irvine (Oct. 7) and at Sacramento State (Oct. 12) … started all 19 matches.
One of only five Mustangs to appear in all 18 games … made four starts … scored game-winning goal versus Syracuse (Sept. 21) and added second strike of season during 5-0 home victory against UC Riverside (Oct. 9) … registered season-high three shot attempts on three occasions … ranked second among Mustangs with 28 total shot attempts … played season-high 81 minutes during 1-0 loss at No. 4 Akron (Sept. 18).
Served medial redshirt season.
Appeared in 13 matches with starts coming against UNLV (Sept. 1) and during a double-overtime draw at Cal State Bakersfield (Oct. 10) … registered season-high two shot attempts at Washington (Sept. 27).
Bellarmine College Prep (San Jose, Calif.)
Four-year letterwinner at forward … selected to Olympic Development Program Super Y League for a 2007 tournament in Germany … competed for De Anza Force at club level … captured President’s Cup, Disney Showcase and Super Y League National Championship titles during 2005-06 season.
Canada Men’s National Team
From Dec. 14-22, 2008, participated in Canada Men’s National Team training camp in preparation for U-20 World Cup in Egypt … competed for Canada U-17 side at 2007 Chivas Cup in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Son of Thomas and Barbara Pridham … has one brother, Austin, and one sister, Delaney Bale … majoring in business administration … biggest thrill as a Mustang is scoring game-winning goal in 2-1, nationally-televised, come-from-behind victory at UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 19, 2012) – Cal Poly’s first road win versus the Gauchos in 14 years and 15 games … enjoys surfing during downtime … Mackenzie Charles Pridham was born on Aug. 13, 1990 in Toronto.