- Steadied the Aggies’ placekicking after winning the job early in the 2013 season.
- Connected on a walk-off game-winning FG vs. Ole Miss.
- Was a first-round pick of FC Dallas of Major League Soccer in 2008 before joining Aggies as a non-scholarship player in 2012.
Became a regular as the Aggies’ placekicker during the SMU game (Sept. 21) when he nailed a 40-yard field goal … went 8-for-10 on the year in field goals, including three 40-plus-yard kicks, and was 50-for-51 in PATs … was given the game ball after the Ole Miss game (Oct. 12) where he scored the game-winning field goal from 33 yards as time expired … longest kick of his career was a 45-yard field goal against Duke (Dec. 31) ... named to the 2013 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
Saw action against South Carolina State (Sept. 22) and at Auburn (Oct. 27) ... Kicked the first extra point of his career against SCSU, and added a second against the Tigers Athletic history: Signed a Generation Adidas contract to live and train in Bradenton, Fla., for early entry into Major League Soccer … trained under USMNT keeper Tim Howard during Everton’s U.S. tour in 2006... played for the U.S. U-17 team from 2005-2007 … drafted eighth overall by FC Dallas in the 2008 MLS Draft, where he played in the reserve division… started three games and played in seven before breaking his jaw… acquired by FC Tampa Bay in the 2010 MLS Superdraft … started in six games, including a 2-1 victory over the Carolina RailHawks in his MLS debut … waived by Dallas in 2011 ... transferred to Texas A&M from Collin College.
Joshua Lambo and his wife, Amy, live in College Station, Texas ... Lambo is the son of Irene Lambo ... born Nov. 19, 1990 ... agricultural leadership and development major.