Coastal will makes its third championship match appearance since 2010
Friday marks Coastal's 13th-straight Big South Championship semifinals appearance
Coastal swept the Attacking and Defensive Player of the Year honors for the third straight season
Coastal looks to stay unbeaten in Big South play on Saturday at UNC Asheville
Coastal owns the nation's longest regular season conference winning streak at 22 games
2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer at California - NCAA Third Round (Dec. 1, 2013)
2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. Liberty (Oct. 25, 2013)
2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. VMI (Oct. 11, 2013)
2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. South Carolina (Sept. 10, 2013)
2013 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. No. 15 Charlotte (Sept. 6, 2013) -- CCU Soccer Field
2013 Big South All-Freshman Team
2013 (Freshman): Big South All-Freshman team ... Starter in 13 of 24 matches played ... Drew nine consecutive starts from Oct. 5 - Nov. 6 ... Logged 1,421 minutes in the defensive midfield ... Tallied one goal and one assist for three total points ... Scored the final goal off a Sergio Camargo corner kick in Coastal's 4-0 blanking of Presbyterian College ... Assisted on Agust Arnarson's game-winning goal as the Chants defeated Radford 3-2 in the semifinals of Big South Tournament ... Ended the season with eight shot attempts with four falling on frame ... Helped the Chanticleer defensive unit conceded only 20 goals in 24 games ... Assisted the Chants to 12 shutouts - tying for the third most in program history - and a .500 shutout percentage, ranking 11th-best in the NCAA ... Aided the Coastal backline to a 0.83 goals against average, which ranked 34th in the NCAA and tops in the Big South ... Played a season-high 94 minutes in a 2-1 overtime victory at High Point.
Prior to Coastal Carolina: 2012 Canadian U-20 national team member where he earned a pair of international caps ... Part of the Montreal Impact Academy U-21 teams in 2011 and 2012 ... Canadian Soccer League Rookie of the Year nominee with the Impact Academy in 2012 ... Trained with Toronto FC Academy in 2011 ... Part of the Canadian U-17 national team in 2010 ... Selected to the 2009 and 2010 U.S. Olympic Development Program ... Led his team to the 2009 and 2010 Super Y League finals ... Selected to the U-16 Super Y League all-tournament team in 2010 ... Team captain for the FURY USL Super Y U-16 team, OSU U-14 and U-15 OYSL team and Ontario Region 5 ODP team.