2007: Eslami played in a total of 10 games and made four starts during his sophomore season. He recorded one shot on goal in his first start of the year which was Marquette's 2-1 win over Xavier.
2006: A multi-dimensional midfielder, Eslami made his way into 13 contests as a freshman, starting six. He made his collegiate debut against Denver (Aug. 27) providing quality minutes at defensive midfielder in a 0-0 draw. He earned his first collegiate start in a match against Louisville (Sept. 17). He had eight shots on the year, providing seven of those in a five match span, adding additional tools from his midfield spot.
Prior to Marquette: Eslami was a four-year letterwinner at Nicolet. He was first team All-North Shore Conference in his final three seasons and led Nicolet in scoring each of those three years. He was named North Shore Conference Player of the Year following his junior and senior seasons as well. He owns the school record for goals scored with 79. Additionally, Eslami was an All-Area and All-State selection as a senior, earning second team All-State and All-Area honors as a junior. He was chosen to play in the 2006 Wisconsin All-Star Game. He also had a successful club career, playing for FC Milwaukee, winning state titles in 2001, 2002 and 2004.
Personal: Born May 14, 1988, Eslami is the son of Reza and Simon Eslami and has one sister, Laila. An honor roll and Dean's List student at Nicolet, Eslami has yet to declare a major.
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