Justin Portillo
Justin  Portillo


New Orleans, La.

High School:
Grace King HS

Height / Weight:
5-6 / 135



Men's Soccer Continues Academic Success

Coastal has earned the NSCAA Team Academic Award 11 times under head coach Shaun Docking


Former Chanticleer Justin Portillo Signs with Charleston Battery

Portillo and the Battery offically kick off the 2014 campaign on Saturday, March 22


Justin Portillo Headed To MLS Combine

Players report to the MLS Combine on Thursday, Jan. 9


Ribeiro, Portillo and Uzo Named All-Americans

Coastal has had representation on the All-American teams in each of the last three seasons.


Four Chanticleers Named All-South Atlantic Region

Coastal has had 13 student-athletes named NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region since 2011


2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. Liberty Big South Championship

2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. Liberty Big South Championship (Nov. 17, 2013)


2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. Winthrop Big South Quarterfinal

2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. Winthrop Big South Quarterfinal (Nov. 12, 2013)


2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. Liberty

2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. Liberty (Oct. 25, 2013)


2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. VMI

2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. VMI (Oct. 11, 2013)


2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. South Carolina

2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. South Carolina (Sept. 10, 2013)

Justin Portillo Career Highlights Get Acrobat Reader

• 2013 NSCAA First Team Scholar All-American
• 2013 NSCAA First Team All-South Atlantic Region

• 201
3 First Team All-Big South
• 2013 Big South All-Academic Team
• 2012 NSCAA
Second Team Scholar All-American
• 2012 NSCAA Second Team All-South Atlantic Region

• 2012 First Team All-Big South
• 2012 Big South All-Tournament Team

• 2011 First Team All-Big South

• 2010 Second Team All-Big South
• 2010 Big South All-Freshman Team

Concluded Coastal Carolina career as the Chanticleers' all-time leader in matches played with 89 and matches started with 87 ... Also ranks sixth in the CCU record book with 29 assists ... Led Coastal Carolina to a 69-20-4 overall record, four NCAA Tournament appearances, five NCAA Tournament wins, three Big South regular season championships and two Big South tournament championships ... Helped Coastal to NCAA Tournament Third Round appearances in both 2012 and 2013 ... Posted a career record of 69-20-4, including a 33-3-1 mark in Big South Conference play ... Directed Coastal to the NCAA team scoring title in 2011 and a second-best showing in goals in both 2012 and 2013... Three-time first team All-Big South honoree.

2013 (Senior): NSCAA First Team Scholar All-American ... NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region First Team ... First Team All-Big South and Big South Academic team honoree ... Named to the Big South All-Tournament team ... Led the Chanticleers to a 19-5-0 overall record, a fourth straight NCAA Tournament bid and NCAA Tournament Round of 16 appearance ... Paced Coastal to a Big South regular season and tournament championship ... Set Coastal Carolina career record for matches played (89) and matches started (87) ... Finished the season ranked 15 in the NCAA with nine assists and 26th in assists per game (0.43) ... Directed the Chanticleer attack a No. 2 final NCAA ranking in goals scored (47) and No. 3 rankings in assists (44) and total points (138) ... Starter in each of Coastal's 21 matches before suffering a season ending injury ... Assisted on Pedro Ribeiro's goal against No. 15 Charlotte for his first point of the season ... Notched an assist at No. 15 UNC Greensboro and two assists in CCU's Big South opening win at Presbyterian ... Helped on Ricky Garbanzo's second goal in CCU's 3-0 win at College of Charleston ... Assisted on Agust Arnarson's game-winner at Winthrop ... Recorded two assists in the regular season finale at Longwood ... Attempted a season-high seven shots in the 2-1 overtime win at High Point ... Attempted 48 shots on the season with 22 falling on frame for a .458 shots on goal percentage ... Played every minute of 18 matches.

2012 (Junior): NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region second team member ... First team All-Big South selection ... Big South All-Tournament team ... Selected to CCU Invitational All-Tournament team ... Recorded four goals and 10 assists to tally 18 points ... Finished the season ranked tied for eighth in the NCAA with 10 assists ... Averaged 0.4 assists per game, ranking 45th in the nation ... Instrumental midfielder for the Chants' attack that ranked atop the NCAA in assists and points, while finishing second in goals and third in goals per game ... Scored the Chants' first goal of the season in the season-opening 4-0 rout of Longwood ... Recorded the game-winner in Coastal's 2-nil win over Florida Atlantic ... Added an unassisted insurance goal in the Chants' 3-1 win at Campbell ... Provided the game-tying goal on a direct kick in the 2-1 win over No. 14 Wake Forest in the NCAA Tournament Second Round ... Assisted on six game-winning goals ... Dished out a pair of assists against both UNC Asheville and Radford ... Attempted a season-high five shots, including four on goal against Bowling Green ... Attempted 53 shots on the year with 28 on goal for a .528 shots on goal percentage, ranking second on the team ... Took nearly all of Coastal's corner kicks and direct kicks ... One of three Chants to start all 25 games, logging 2,200 minutes ... Named to the 2012-13 Big South Presidential Honor Roll for posting at least a 3.0 GPA for the academic year.

2011 (Sophomore): Started each of Coastal's 22 games ... Finished the season ranked fifth on the team in points (12) with four goals and four assists ... Earned First Team All-Big South honors ... Received the VCU tournament Fair Play Award ... Scored a pair of game-winning goals, first against Elon and a week later against George Washington ... Assisted teammate Ashton Bennett for the game winner over Big South foe Liberty ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll.

2010 (Freshamn): Started in 19 of 21 appearances ... Named to the All-Big South second team ... Selected to the Big South All-Freshman Team ... Tabbed as the offensive MVP at the Coastal Carolina Invitational ... Named to the all-tournament team at the Coastal Carolina Invitational ... Named to the VCU Classic All-Tournament Team ... Ranked second on the team and was tied for fifth in the Big South with six assists ... Was tied for third on the team with 10 points ... Had the game-winning assist for his first career helper in the Chants' 1-0 double overtime win over Wofford (Sept. 12) ... Had a career-high three points and his first career goal in the Chants' 4-0 win at George Washington (Sept. 17) ... Turned in an assist against College of Charleston (Sept. 25) ... Delivered the game-winning assist in the Chant's 1-0 upset win at No. 19 UNC Wilmington (Sept. 28) ... Scored his second goal of the season in the Chants' 2-1 win over Presbyterian (Oct. 9) ... Had the game-winning assist in the Chants' 1-0 double overtime victory against UNC Asheville (Oct. 13) ... Recorded the game-winning assist in a 1-0 win over VMI in the first round of the Big South Tournament (Nov. 11) ... Named to the 2010-11 Big South Presidential Honor Roll.

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Participated in the Region III ODP from 2006-09 ... Played for Lafreniere Soccer Club ... Part of four Louisiana State Club Championship squads ... Played in the Region III Premier League Finals.

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