Frantzdy Pierrot
Frantzdy  Pierrot


Boston, Mass.

High School:
Melrose HS

Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 205


•2016 All-Sun Belt First Team
• 2016 NSCAA All-Southeast Region First Team
• 2014 CAA Rookie of the Year

•2014 All- CAA Second Team
• 2014 All-CAA Rookie Team
• 2016 Named to Haitian National Team

2016 (Junior):Received First Team All-Sun Belt and NSCAA All-Southeast Region honors following the season...Was the Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Week following his two-goal performance in a win over Old Dominion and after scoring a goal in a win over the College of Charleston...Both goals were game winners...One of the top players in the Sun Belt, Pierrot led the league in shots (61); shots per game (3.21); and game-winning goals (5)...He was second in the SBC in points (21) and points per game (1.11)...His eight goals had him tied for second and was fourth in goals per game (0.42)...He also chipped in with five assists that tied him for team and conference highs...He was also tied for conference honors in assists per game (0.26)...Played in 19 matches last season with 15 starts...Logged 1,224 minutes of playing time on the pitch… Prior to Coastal Carolina: Entered Coastal as a rising junior after spending two seasons at Northeastern … At Northeastern: 2015 (Sophomore): Colonial Athletic Association All-Preseason Team selection … CAA Player of the Week on Oct. 12 … Appeared in 14 games, making 13 starts ... Scored a goal at Delaware ... Notched an assist against College of Charleston ... Had one goal against William & Mary ... Scored a goal against Elon ... Recorded a goal and an assist against James Madison ... Netted his first goal of the season against Temple ... Recorded two shots vs. No. 16 Stanford ... Attempted five shots, including two on goal, against California ... Took two shots against New Hampshire … 2014 (Freshman): CAA Rookie of the Year … Second Team All-CAA … CAA All-Rookie Team … CAA Rookie of the Week on Sept. 1 … Finished the season with five goals and five assists for 15 points … Provided the game-winning goal in three of NU’s eight wins … Started all 20 games … Netted his first collegiate goal against New Hampshire ... Scored a goal against Harvard ... Recorded two goals against Delaware ... High School/Club: Played for Seacoast United Soccer Development Academy … Secured awards such as Middlesex League MVP, Boston Globe all-scholastic 2012-2013, US Development Academy Eastern Conference All Star Squad 2012-2013.

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