2018 (FC Cincinnati): Appeared in 27 games, including 24 starts in the central midfield … scored 11 goals and added four assists … named to USL’s Team of the Week three times and earned USL Goal of the week on two occasions … started each of FC Cincinnati’s two playoff matches … made appearances in two of FC Cincinnati’s three U.S. Open Cup matches … started and played 67 minutes in second-round match against Detroit City FC and created three chances … came on as a substitute at the start of the second extra time session in the fourth-round match against Minnesota United FC … netted a goal in his FCC debut at Charleston (March 15) … missed three games with a rib injury suffered at Ottawa (April 28) … returned to the USL lineup and netted the first brace of his USL career against former team North Carolina FC (May 19) … netted a goal and had a game-high eight shots against Bethlehem Steel (June 13) … scored for the second game in a row against Richmond Kickers (June 16) … put FCC on the board in the seventh minute and added his first USL assist at Toronto FC II (June 27) … netted a goal for the fourth straight game with his 92nd-minute, stoppage-time goal against Ottawa (June 30) … made his first appearance off the bench against Charlotte (July 18) … recorded an assist on Danni König’s fastest goal in club history against Nashville SC (Aug. 4) … added third assist of the season on Emmanuel Ledesma’s goal against Charleston Battery (Aug. 18) … recorded his second brace of the season at Atlanta United 2 (Aug. 22) … made second appearance off the bench at Penn FC (Sept. 22) … became the third FC Cincinnati player to record 10 goals on the year when he recorded a goal and an assist at Richmond (Sept. 26) … recorded 26 minutes played as a second-half substitute at Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC (Oct. 6) … tallied his 11th goal of the season at Nashville SC (Oct. 13).
2017 (North Carolina FC): Made 32 appearances, including 31 starts, scored four goals and added four assists during the NASL’s Spring and Fall seasons … started and played 90 minutes in NASL Playoffs semifinal-round match at San Francisco Deltas … made three appearances, including two starts, in U.S. Open Cup play … tallied a brace in third-round match against the Charlotte Independence … made season debut in season opener against Miami FC (March 26) … scored first goal of season against FC Edmonton (April 16) … recorded first assist of season against Jacksonville Armada (May 14) … tallied two assists in the NASL Spring season finale against Puerto Rico FC (July 16) … recorded first goal of the Fall season against the New York Cosmos (Aug. 27) … two matches later, registered another goal at FC Edmonton (Sept. 10) … tallied first assist of the Fall season at the New York Cosmos (Sept. 24) … recorded a goal and an assist against Indy Eleven (Oct. 1) … tallied final assist of the season at Jacksonville Armada (Oct. 14).
2016 (North Carolina FC): Made 29 appearances, all starts, scored three goals and added a career-high 10 assists during the NASL’s Spring and Fall seasons … made two appearances, both starts, in U.S. Open Cup play … scored in second round against the Charlotte Independence … made season debut in opening match against Minnesota United (April 2) … recorded two assists at Rayo OKC (April 10) … began the stretch of three consecutive matches with an assist … tallied third assist against Ottawa (April 17) … recorded fourth assist through four games at Tampa Bay (April 24) … scored against Indy Eleven (June 12) … recorded an assist in Fall season opener at Minnesota United (July 3) … registered a brace and added an assist against Tampa Bay (July 10) … recorded an assist against Indy Eleven (Aug. 21) … began the stretch of three consecutive matches with an assist … notched an assist at the New York Cosmos (Aug. 28) … recorded ninth assist of the calendar year against the Jacksonville Armada (Sept. 4) … tallied final assist of the campaign against Fort Lauderdale (Oct. 9).
2015 (North Carolina FC): Made 23 appearances, all starts, scored six goals and added three assists during the NASL’s Spring and Fall seasons … started lone U.S. Open Cup match against the Charlotte Independence … made season debut in opening match against Ottawa (April 5) … recorded assist against the Jacksonville Armada (May 31) … left that match in the 34th minute due to injury … returned to action in the Fall season opener against Minnesota United (July 4) … registered assist at Indy Eleven (July 12) … recorded a brace at the New York Cosmos (Aug. 30) … scored for a second consecutive match against Atlanta Silverbacks FC (Sept. 4) … notched a brace and added an assist against the Jacksonville Armada (Oct. 11) … tallied for a second consecutive match against FC Edmonton (Oct. 15) … left that match in the 13th minute due to injury.
2014 (North Carolina FC): Made 14 appearances, including 11 starts, and scored two goals as a rookie during the NASL’s Spring and Fall seasons … started three of four U.S. Open Cup matches … made professional debut in opening match against Indy (April 13) … recorded first professional assist against Ottawa (July 27) … registered second assist of season in Fall season finale against Minnesota United (Nov. 2).
College (North Carolina State): As a senior, named to All-ACC second team … with Albadawi in the starting lineup, State went 7-3-2 (3-3-1 ACC) ... despite his time missed due to injury, Albadawi ranked eighth in the conference for his nine points in ACC matches, and sixth for his four conference goals … as a junior, saw action in 12 of 20 games after being sidelined with a leg injury for parts of the season... registered three goals and five assists for 11 points, which finished tied for ninth in the ACC at 0.92 points per game... Albadawi's five assists tied for 10th in the conference, and his per game average of 0.42 tied for third … as a sophomore, saw action in all 20 games, making 17 starts ... played as both an attacking midfielder and forward ... led the Pack in goals (9), points (21) and shots (70) ... ranked seventh in the ACC in goals per game, and 10th in points per game ... finished the season scoring seven of the Pack's final 10 goals, including a stretch of six of seven over a five game span
Personal: Born August 24, 1991 in Raleigh, N.C.