SOCCER U SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP MEDIA GUIDE - NOV. 8 - 11 @ UBC, VANCOUVER, B.C.

 
SOCCER U SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP MEDIA GUIDE - NOV. 8 - 11 @ UBC, VANCOUVER, B.C.
2018 YORK LIONS
SOCCER
U SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP
     MEDIA GUIDE
 NOV. 8 - 11 @ UBC, VANCOUVER, B.C.
SOCCER U SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP MEDIA GUIDE - NOV. 8 - 11 @ UBC, VANCOUVER, B.C.
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SOCCER U SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP MEDIA GUIDE - NOV. 8 - 11 @ UBC, VANCOUVER, B.C.
ROSTER

NO   FULL NAME                   POS HT WT      ELIG   PROGRAM                               YR   HOMETOWN                HIGH SCHOOL / POST SECONDARY
1    Mike Argyrides              GK 6-1 185     2      Criminology                           2    Richmond Hill, Ont.     Jean Vanier C.H.S.
2    Daniel Gogarty              D   6-2 165    5      Business Economics                    5    Scarborough, Ont.       Birchmount Park C.I.
3    Malcolm McKay               D   5-10 160   2      Commerce, Management                  2    St. Catharines, Ont.    Governor Simcoe S.S.
4    Josh Kiselyov               D   6-1 185    3      Economics                             4    Maple, Ont.             Bill Crothers S.S.
5    Gabriel Jodhan              D   6-0 170    1      Communications Studies                2    Aurora, Ont.            Aurora H.S.
6    Sebastian Amaya             M   6-2 160    2      Economics                             4    Mississauga, Ont.       St. Aloysius Gonzaga S.S.
7    Omar Marzouk                F   6-0 180    2      Kinesiology & Health Science          3    North York, Ont.        Sir John A. Macdonald C.I.
8    Eddie Lay                   M   5-11 150   4      Hispanic Studies                      4    Courtice, Ont.          Holy Trinity C.H.S
9    Christopher Jacovou         F   5-11 165   4      Business & Society                    4    Richmond Hill, Ont.     Saginaw Valley State
10   Cristian Cavallini          M   6-1 170    3      Liberal Arts & Professional Studies   4    Woodbridge, Ont.        Holy Cross C.A.
11   Dylan Carreiro              M   5-8 155    3      Business & Society                    2    Brampton, Ont.          Bill Crothers S.S.
12   Andre Dyer                  M   6-0 175    3      Kinesiology & Health Science          4    Brampton, Ont.          St. Marguerite d'Youville S.S.
13   Maurizio Ragone             M   5-5 140    3      Psychology                            5    North York, Ont.        Chaminade College School
14   Jorgo Nika                  M   6-3 185    4      Business & Society                    2    East York, Ont.         East York Collegiate Institute
15   Steve Kloutsouniotis        M   5-10 180   3      Civil Engineering                     4    Markham, Ont.           Brother Andre C.H.S.
16   Emmanuel Zambazis           M   5-11 160   1      Undecided                             1    Toronto, Ont.           Pinewood International School
17   Nick Lucchetto              D   6-0 170    2      Business Economics                    4    Maple, Ont.             St. Joan of Arc C.H.S.
18   Adam Parda                  M   5-11 170   2      Kinesiology & Health Science          2    Toronto, Ont.           St. Basil The Great College School
19   Marcus Brooks               D   6-0 185    2      Commerce                              2    Brampton, Ont.          Castlebrook S.S. / University of Memphis
20   Vaughan Bianchi             M   5-10 150   1      Mechanical Engineering                2    Calgary, Alta.          Dr. E.P. Scarlett H.S.
21   Francesco Sinopoli          D   6-0 165    4      Accounting                            4    Maple, Ont.             St. Joan of Arc C.H.S. / DePaul University
22   Michael Costanzo            GK 5-11 168    1      Commerce, Finance                     2    Hamiton, Ont.           St. Jean de Brebeuf C.H.S.
23   Faisal Al-Hamdan            M   6-0 165    3      Kinesiology & Health Science          3    Mississauga, Ont.       St. Marcellinus S.S.
24   Adam Lofranco               M   6-0 170    3      History                               3    Aurora, Ont.            St.Theresa Lisieux C.H.S.
25   Jon Alec Toromoreno- Duenas M   5-9 145    1      Criminology                           1    North York, Ont.        Monsignor Percy Johnson / Hastings College
26   Anwar Sawi                  F   5-7 165    1      Kinesiology & Health Science          2    Dhahran, Saudi Arabia   Al Shawkani S.S.
27   Daniel Bilousov             F			           1      Business Economics                    1    Zephyr, Ont.            Bill Crothers S.S.
28   Owen Carter                 D   6-0 170    3      Commerce                              3    Bolton, Ont.            Humberview S.S. / Niagara University
29   Mudaser Muhtaj              M   5-6 125    1      Kinesiology & Health Science          1    Bowmanville, Ont.       David & Mary Thompson Collegiate
30   Basit Madamidola            D/M 6-0 178    3      Geography & Urban Studies             5    Vaughan Ont.            St. Elizabeth C.H.S. / Ryerson University
31   Myles Abreo                 D   5-11 155   1      Psychology                            2    Mississauga, Ont.       Clarkson S.S.
32   Sebastian Collura           M   6-0 170    1      English                               1    Thornill, Ont.          St. Theresa of Lisieux C.H.S.
33   Milan Drapic                D   6-2 175    1      Computer Science                      2    Toronto, Ont.           Humberside C.I.
34   Milo Djuricic               D   6-4 185    1      Commerce                              1    Brampton, Ont.          St. Michael's College School
35   George Gosden               F   6-0 170    1      Financial & Business Economics        1    Red Bank, N.J.          Christian Brothers Academy
36   Shyon Gaeeni                GK 6-1 185     1      Commerce, Finance                     2    Toronto, Ont.           William Lyon Mackenzie C.I.
37   Agostino Principato M           5-2 120    1      Engineering                           1    Aurora, Ont.            Cardinal Carter C.H.S.
     Justin Soltys               M   6-1 160    1      French Studies / Education            1    Mississauga, Ont.       St. Aloysius Gonzaga S.S.
     Jean Stanley Romulus M          5-10 150   1      Liberal Arts & Professional Studies   2    Toronto, Ont.           Downsview S.S.
     Avolonto Bola               M   6-2 172    1      Business & Society                    1    Richmond Hill, Ont.     ES Renaissance
     Yutaro Fukuhara             D   5-8 140    1      Engineering                           1    Coquitlam, B.C.         Gleneagle S.S.
     Kai Knight                  D   5-9 167    1      Commerce                              1    Ottawa, Ont.            Longfields Davidson Heights S.S.
     Hamzah Rizvi                M   5-10 155   1      Schulich School of Business           3    Pickering, Ont.         Pickering H.S.
     Caleb Washington            D   5-11 155   1      Kinesiology & Health Science          2    Ajax, Ont.              J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate
     Alex Samuels                D
Head coach: Carmine Isacco             Assistant coach: Hieu Quach
Associate coach: Luca Forno            Assistant coach: Matthew Stinson
Goalkeeper coach: Gerald Pennant       Fitness coach: Kosta Poulos

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COACHING STAFF
                               CARMINE ISACCO – HEAD COACH                                             LUCA FORNO – ASSOCIATE COACH
                               Carmine Isacco was named the head                                       Luca Forno joined the Lions coaching staff in 2010
                               coach of the Lions men’s soccer team                                    after four seasons as a player on the team. He was
                               in 2007 and has led the Lions un-                                       a captain for three seasons (2007-09), earned the
                                                                                                       team MVP award in the squad’s OUA title-winning
                               precedented success, winning four U
                                                                                                       campaign in 2007 and also helped the Lions win the
                               SPORTS titles (2008, 2010, 2014, 2015)                                  2008 CIS championship.
                               as well as six OUA banners (2007, 2013-
                               15, 2017-18). He is also a six-time recipi-                            Forno, who played one season at Francis Marion
                               ent of the OUA West coach of the year                                  University in South Carolina before coming to York,
                               award (2007, 2010, 2012-14, 2016) and a                                graduated with a degree in administrative studies. He
                               two-time U SPORTS coach of the year                                    is also a coach with the Vaughan Soccer Club and
                               (2007, 2014).                                 works for Toronto FC on game days.

                                Isacco joined the Lions after spending
                                two seasons as the head coach with                                     HIEU QUACH – ASSISTANT COACH
                                                                                                       Hieu Quach has been with the Lions men’s soccer
                                the University of Toronto Varsity Blues,                               program since 2007. He came to York along with
where he led the team to a pair of OUA silver medals and a CIS silver                                  head coach Carmine Isacco and previously worked
medal in 2005. His coaching career has also seen him claim a national                                  as an assistant under Isacco for two years at the
championship with the Hearts-Azzurri S.C. in the under-18 division. As                                 University of Toronto. He has played a big role in
a player, Isacco took to the pitch at the University of Maryland, where                                the success experienced by the Lions, including the
he was named a freshman all-American and a three-time all-ACC first                                    team’s three OUA banners (2007, 2013-14) and CIS
team member. In 1993 he participated in the World University Games.                                    titles (2008, 2010, 2014).

                                                                                                       Quach was a three-year starter at central midfield
After graduating with a bachelor of arts degree from Maryland, he
                                                                                                       for the Varsity Blues, earning a conference all-star se-
turned professional and played four seasons with the Toronto Italia          lection in 1996 and academic all-Canadian honours in 1998. He graduated from
Soccer Club in the National Soccer League (NSL). In his first season         the University of Toronto with an education degree after earning a bachelor of
with the club he was named goalkeeper of the year and he also                science from Dalhousie University.
received Canadian all-star status three times. He also played pro
in the A-league, winning a league title in 1997 with Milwaukee and
earning all-star honours and the playoff MVP award. Isacco was the                                     MATTHEW STINSON – ASSISTANT COACH
goalkeeper coach for Toronto FC in their inaugural MLS season.                                         Matt Stinson went from player to coach with the
                                                                                                       Lions after the 2015 season. He spent three years as
COACHING RECORD                                                                                        a midfielder with the program, earning OUA West
Year Team    Overall     Regular Playoffs   OUA              U SPORTS                                  second-team all-star honours and CIS tournament
			                      Season		           Finish           Finish                                    all-star recognition in 2014 and helping the Lions win
2005 Toronto 11-3-2      7-1-2     4-2      Silver           Silver                                    three OUA championships and two national titles.
2006 Toronto 11-6-3      8-3-3     3-3      Silver           7th
2007 York    15-3-2      11-1-2    4-2      Champion         4th                                        Stinson brings plenty of playing experience at a num-
2008 York    14-5-1      9-4-1     5-1      Silver           Champion                                   ber of different levels to the coaching staff. Before
2009 York    9-3-3       9-2-3     0-1      Quarter-finals                                              coming to York, he spent parts of two seasons with
2010 York    17-3-2      12-2-2    5-1      Silver           Champion                                   Toronto FC, appearing in 17 games, and represent-
2011 York    14-2-3      12-1-3    2-1      Bronze                           ed Canada on the senior men’s national team. He also spent one season at
2012 York    16-1-2      14-0-2    2-1      Bronze                           Winthrop University, where he was voted team MVP as a freshman and was a
2013 York    17-4-1      13-2-1    4-2      Champion         4th             first-team all-conference award recipient.
2014 York    20-0-2      14-0-2    6-0      Champion         Champion
2015 York    19-1-2      13-1-2    6-0      Champion         Champion
2016 York    17-3-2      14-0-2    3-3      Silver           6th
                                                                                                       GERALD PENNANT – GOALKEEPER COACH
2017 York    18-3-1      13-2-1    5-1      Champion         5th
                                                                                                       Gerald Pennant joined the Lions coaching staff as
2018 York    16-0-3      13-0-3    3-0      Champion         TBD
                                                                                                       the goalkeeper coach in 2010, coming to York from
TOTALS       214-37-29   162-19-29 52-18
                                                                                                       Ryerson where he served in the same role for both
                                                                                                       the men’s and women’s programs for two years. He
SUPPORT STAFF                                                                                          has a wealth of experience coaching with the On-
                                                                                                       tario provincial program and the Jamaican national
Enzo Paez           Video Coach
                                                                                                       team. He is a provincial B licensed coach who also
Kosta Poulos        Strength and Conditioning Coach                                                    holds both an NACAA goalkeeping diploma and the
Francesco Vescio    Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach                                          Ontario Soccer Association goalkeeping certificate.
Ragav Sidana        Head Student Athletic Therapist
Martha Gumprich     Assistant Student Athletic Therapist

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SOCCER U SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP MEDIA GUIDE - NOV. 8 - 11 @ UBC, VANCOUVER, B.C.
CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW
Lions in Vancouver this week looking for Sixth U SPORTS title in program history
The York University Lions men’s soccer team is on the hunt for
its sixth national title and fifth in the last 11 years this week as the
U SPORTS championships kick off at the University of British
Columbia in Vancouver, B.C., on Thursday.

The eight-team tournament runs until Sunday, with the gold-medal
final set for 2pm PT (5pm ET) at Thunderbird Stadium. All 11 games
will be webcast on usports.live.

The Lions are competing at the national tournament for the
sixth straight year and will be looking to get back on the national
podium after finishing in fifth and sixth-place the last two years
respectively. York won national banners in 2014 and 2015 and
finished in fourth-place in 2013 at the beginning of their six-year
run. They will begin this year’s title hunt against the Trinity Western
Spartans on Thursday at 11:00am PT (2:00pm ET) in the opening
game of the tournament.
                                                                           besting their cross-town rivals the Ryerson Rams 1-0 in the semi-
York had another stellar regular season this year, as they earned the      final and beating the host Carleton Ravens 3-1 in the final. The
No.1 seed and a first-round bye in the OUA West division playoffs          OUA championship was the second consecutive and fifth in six
after going undefeated with 13-0-3 record and outpacing the                years for the squad and the impressive win vaulted them into first-
second-seeded Guelph Gryphons by ten points in the standings.              place in the national rankings.
The Lions entered the playoffs with the most goals scored (44)
and the least amount of goals against (12) in the OUA West. They           The Lions opponent in the U SPORTS quarterfinal match has also
were on a roll all season and ended the campaign on a seven-               had an impressive season, as the Spartans went 8-3-4 in the CW
game win streak following a tie with the McMaster Marauders on             regular season and 2-1 in the playoffs to win the CW silver medal.
Sept. 28. The Lions have only lost once since Aug. 30, 2017, a 1-0         Trinity Western finished in second-place in the Pacific division for
loss in the quarterfinal round of the U SPORTS Championship last           the third straight season and have a balanced lineup that saw 11
year to Thompson Rivers.                                                   different players score goals and 13 players earn at least a point
                                                                           on the team’s 34 total goals (second only to UBC). Sandwiched
While the team was dominant this season, a number of players also          between a pair of losses to the host Thunderbirds, the Spartans
had career-years and six of the team’s top players were recognized         put together a tidy 10-match unbeaten streak (7-0-3) in the middle
by the OUA with all-star awards. Leading the way for the Lions as          of the season that saw TWU go nearly six weeks without a loss.
OUA West first-team all-stars are defencemen Daniel Gogarty and
Josh Kiselyov, midfielder Jorgo Nika, and striker Omar Marzouk.            In addition to the Lions, three other participating teams have
Midfielder Emmanuel Zambazis and Cristian Cavallini were also              previously hoisted the Sam Davidson Memorial Trophy. UBC
named as OUA West second-team all-stars.                                   leads the way with 13 championships, including back-to-back
                                                                           titles in 2012 and 2013, while the Cape Breton Capers are back
Marzouk had an especially impressive season, leading the Lions             in the tournament to try and defend their first national title in
with 14 goals in 15 regular season games, two more in the OUA              program history which they won last season. The UNB Varsity
playoffs and five-game winning goals total on the season. Nika and         Reds captured their lone banner in 1980 and are back in the
Kiselyov have both scored at big moments so far in the playoffs, as        tournament after finishing seventh last season.
defenceman Kiselyov stepped up with the just the second goal of
his Lions career in the OUA semi-final and Nika scored two pivotal         The winner of Thursday’s quarter-final will advance to the
goals in the Lions 3-1 OUA championship win over the Ravens.               championship semi-final on Friday against the winner of the UNB
                                                                           and the RSEQ champions Montreal Carabins quarter-final match,
After spending the entire season ranked either second or                   while the loser will fall to the consolation side of the draw.
third in the U SPORTS national rankings, the Lions enter the U
SPORTS final as the number-one seed thanks their performance               The other quarter-final match-ups will see Cape Breton face the
last weekend at the OUA championships. The Lions put in two                UQAM Citadins and the host UBC Thunderbirds taking on the
tremendous performances at the OUA final-four tournament,                  Carleton Ravens.

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PLAYERS

                                31     MYLES
                                       ABREO                                                     23      FAISAL
                                                                                                         AL-HAMDAN                                                6   SEBASTIAN
                                                                                                                                                                      AMAYA

                                 D                                                                M                                                               M
                                 5-11 • 155                                                       6-0 • 165                                                       6-2 • 160
                                 2nd Year                                                         3rd Year                                                        2nd Year
                                 Psychology                                                       Kinesiology & Health Science                                    Economics
                                 Mississauga, Ont.                                                Mississauga, Ont.                                               Mississauga, Ont.
                                 Clarkson S.S.                                                    St. Marcellinus S.S.                                            St. Aloysius Gonzaga
• Played 19 games with North Toronto Nitros of League1            • Appeared in seven games in the midfield in the regular        • Appeared in four games in the midfield in first season with
  Ontario in 2016, scoring two goals                                season in 2017, and one at the U SPORTS champion-               the Lions
• Calm and disciplined on the field                                 ships. Recorded two shots on goal                             • Spent one season at Winthrop University as a redshirt,
                                                                  • Started one game in the midfield as a rookie in 2016            winning the Big South regular season and tournament
                                                                  • A decisive player with good technical abilities and a           championships
                                                                    relentless work rate                                          • A midfielder with strong defensive abilities who can link up
                                                                  • Has the ability to make key passes and can also surprise        well with his teammates
                                                                    opponents with attacks out of the midfield                    • Has great vision and a powerful physique

                                1   MIKE
                                    ARGYRIDES                                                     20      VAUGHAN
                                                                                                          BIANCHI                                                 27     DANIEL
                                                                                                                                                                         BILOUSOV

                                 GK                                                                M                                                              F
                                 6-1 • 185                                                         5-10 • 150                                                     5-10
                                 2nd Year                                                          1st Year                                                       1st Year
                                 Criminology                                                       Mechanical Engineering                                         Business Economics
                                 Richmond Hill, Ont.                                               Calgary, Alta.                                                 Zephyr, Ont.
                                 Jean Vanier C.H.S.                                                Dr. E.P. Scarlett H.S.                                         Bill Crothers S.S.
• Pronunciation: are-jer-EE-dees                                  • Earned soccer team MVP award in high school                   • Played five games in 2018 for the TFC III team in League1
• Started seven games in net in rookie season and allowed         • A composed midfielder who sees the field well and finds         Ontario
  only three goals against and made 25 saves                        spaces to x into the final third                              • Picked for Canadian National team U15 selection pool in
• Recorded a perfect 7-0 record with five cleansheets and                                                                           2015
  led the OUA in goals against average (0.43) and save
  percentage (.893)
• Started the fifth-place game at the U SPORTS champi-
  onships
• Won the gold medal at the Canada Summer Games in 2017
  with Team Ontario and a silver medal at the Ontario Summer
  Games in 2014

                                19     MARCUS
                                       BROOKS                                                     11    DYLAN
                                                                                                        CARREIRO                                                  28     OWEN
                                                                                                                                                                         CARTER
                                 D                                                                M                                                               D
                                 6-0 • 185                                                        5-8 • 155                                                       6-0 • 170
                                 2nd Year                                                         3rd Year                                                        3rd Year
                                 Commerce                                                                                                                         Commerce
                                 Brampton, Ont.                                                   Business & Society                                              Bolton, Ont.
                                 Castlebrook S.S.                                                 Brampton, Ont.                                                  Humberview S.S./
                                 University of Memphis                                            Bill Crothers S.S.                                              Niagara University
• Played in five games with the University of Memphis last        • Pronunciation: ka-RARE-oh                                     • Was an Ontario scholar in 2016 and won the 2016 Recre-
  season                                                          • Earned OUA West second-team all-star honours last               ation and Fitness Leadership Award at his high school
• Attended Castlebrooke Secondary School where he was a             season
  two-sport athlete, competed on both the soccer team as a de-    • Started 14 games at striker in debut season with the Lions
  fender and the football team as a linebacker and running back     and tied for 11th in OUA scoring with seven goals. Led the
• Member of Brampton Youth the four years prior to Vaughan          OUA in shots (43) in the regular season
  Azzuri and was on three championship teams in 2012-14           • Scored both game winners at the OUA Final Four Cham-
                                                                    pionships, the final penalty kicks goal against Ryerson and
                                                                    the first goal against Carleton
                                                                  • Spent two seasons each with the Dundee Football Club
                                                                    in the Scottish Premiership League and the Queen’s Park
                                                                    Rangers in the England Premier League
                                                                  • Named Canada’s U20 male player of the year in 2013
                                                                  • Won a silver medal with Canada at the 2011 CONCACAF
                                                                    U17 championship
                                                                  • Former member of TFC Academy

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PLAYERS

                                  10       CRISTIAN
                                           CAVALLINI                                          32     SEBASTIAN
                                                                                                     COLLURA                                                 22      MICHAEL
                                                                                                                                                                     COSTANZO
                                   M
                                                                                              M                                                              GK
                                   6-1 • 170
                                                                                              6-0 • 170                                                      5-10 • 168
                                   3rd Year
                                                                                              1st Year                                                       1st Year
                                   Liberal Arts &
                                   Professional Studies                                       English                                                        Commerce, Finance
                                   Woodbridge, Ont.                                           Thornhill, Ont.                                                Hamilton, Ont.
                                   Holy Cross                                                 St. Theresa of Lisieux                                         St. Jean de Brebeuf
  • Earned U SPORTS first-team all-Canadian honours for        • High school team was YRAA champions in 2017 and           • Previously played with Oakville Blue Devils of Ontario
    the first time last season and was named OUA West most       2018 and qualified for OFSAA both seasons                   Soccer League
    valuable player and a first-team all-star. Named OUA West  • Named senior male athlete of the year for 2016/17 and     • Played youth soccer years with Mount Hamilton Youth
    rookie of the year and first-team all-star in 2016           was team captain in 2017/18                                 Soccer Club
  • OUA West division’s top scorer and second in the OUA with
    15 goals and scored three game winners, including the lone
    tally in an upset win over Guelph
  • Two-time York male athlete of the week (Sept. 5 and Sept.
    24, 2017)
  • Has trained with professional clubs in Uruguay and Italy
  • Brother, Lucas, is a member of the Canadian national team
    and plays professionally in Uruguay

                                34      MILO
                                        DJURICIC                                             33   MILAN
                                                                                                  DRAPIC                                                    12     ANDRE
                                                                                                                                                                   DYER
                                                                                                                                                            M
                                 D                                                           D
                                                                                                                                                            6-0 • 175
                                 6-4 • 185                                                   6-2 • 175
                                                                                                                                                            3rd Year
                                 1st Year                                                    1st Year
                                                                                                                                                            Kinesiology &
                                 Commerce                                                    Computer Science                                               Health Science
                                 Brampton, Ont.                                              Toronto, Ont.                                                  Brampton, Ont.
                                 St. Michael’s College                                       Humberside C.I.                                                St. Margueritte d’Youville
• Outstanding junior athlete of the year in 2016 and was       • Named high school team MVP in 2017                        • Appeared in 24 games in the midfield over two seasons
  named senior soccer MVP in 2018 while leading his team                                                                     with the Lions recording one assist and one shot
  in assists                                                                                                               • Spent one season with the Drake University Bulldogs in
• Received St. Michael’s Archangel Award for the best                                                                        the NCAA
  combination of athletics and academics                                                                                   • Is characterized by his physical strength, ability to antici-
                                                                                                                             pate and his prowess in bringing the ball up field
                                                                                                                           • Three-time soccer team MVP in high school

                               36      SHYON
                                       GAEENI                                                 2   DANIEL
                                                                                                  GOGARTY                                                  35      GEORGE
                                                                                                                                                                   GOSDEN

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                                                                                                                                                            Financial & Business
                               Commerce, Finance                                              Business Economics                                            Economics
                               Toronto, Ont.                                                  Scarborough, Ont.                                             Red Bank, N.J.
                               William Lyon McKenzie C.I.                                     Birchmount Park C.I.                                        Christian Brothers Academy
• Pronunciation: SHY-on guy-EE-nee                             • Two-time U SPORTS all-Canadian, one first-team (2017)     • Former United States Soccer Development Academy
• Spent first year at York as a reserve goaltender               and one second-team selection (2016). Earned second         member
• Played previously with Vaughan Azzurri of League1 Ontario      consecutive OUA West first-team all-star selection last   • Played in Spain against youth academies UE Cornella,
                                                                 season                                                      Levante, and Real Madrid Moratalaz under CSA.
                                                               • Started 45 games at defence over the last three seasons   • Winner of New York’s Copa Coca Cola skills challenge
                                                               • Named player of the game in CIS championship final in
                                                                 2015
                                                               • Talented defender with good passing skills
                                                               • Shows composure with the ball at his feet

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roster

                                9   CHRISTOPHER
                                    JACOVOU                                                      5   GABRIEL
                                                                                                     JODHAN                                                       4    JOSH
                                                                                                                                                                       KISELYOV

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                                Business & Society                                                Communications Studies                                          Economics
                                Richmond Hill, Ont.                                               Aurora, Ont.                                                    Maple, Ont.
                                Saginaw Valley State                                              Aurora H.S.                                                     Bill Crothers S.S.
• Spent 2017 season at Saginaw Valley State University.          • Won the gold medal at the Canada Summer Games in              • Pronunciation: kis-SELL-ee-ov
  Scored three goals and four assists in 17 games                  2017 with Team Ontario                                        • Started all 16 regular-season games at left back and all
• Played in 30 games with Guelph Gryphons in 2015-16,            • A defender with a high technical skill level who is strong      three in the OUA playoffs last season and recorded six
  scoring 11 goals and adding three assists                        at playing out of the back                                      shots and three shots on goal
                                                                                                                                 • Appeared in 14 games and started six at left back in first
                                                                                                                                   season with the Lions in 2016
                                                                                                                                 • Has a high soccer IQ and good vision going forward

                               15     STEVE
                                      KLOUTSOUNIOTIS                                             8    EDDIE
                                                                                                      LAY                                                         24     ADAM
                                                                                                                                                                         LOFRANCO
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                                Civil Engineering                                                 Hispanic Studies                                                History
                                Markham, Ont.                                                     Courtice, Ont.                                                  Aurora, Ont.
                                Brother Andre C.H.S.                                              Holy Trinity S.S.                                               St. Theresa Lisieux C.H.S.
• Pronunciation: kloot-soo-nee-OH-tiss                           • Started 15 games in the midfield in 2017 and tied for fifth in • Appeared in nine games and started one in the midfield
• Earned OUA West first-team all-star honours for first time       team scoring (six points) and goals (five). Recorded 25 shots for the Lions in 2016. Recorded three shots and one shot
  last season.                                                     and 12 shots on goal and played in all six playoff games         on goal
• Started all 16 regular-season games and led the OUA with       • Has appeared in 38 in three seasons with Lions scoring         • A versatile attacking player with athleticism and great
  seven assists                                                    seven goals and adding five assists                              one-on-one attacking skills. He is a very athletic player
• Tied for 11th in the OUA with seven goals and was among        • Has good game vision and strong passing ability                  whose relentless work makes him a handful for oppo-
  the conference’s top-10 in shots (37) and shots on goal (21)   • Won back-to-back LOSSA titles and the OFSAA bronze               nents.
• Appeared in 15 games and started five in the midfield in         medal Participated in the U20 identification camp in 2015 • High school: Won OFSAA AAAA championship with St.
  first season with the Lions in 2016 and scored three goals                                                                        Theresa of Lisieux.
• Earned soccer team MVP award in high school

                                17     NICK
                                       LUCHETTO                                                 25      BASIT
                                                                                                        MADAMIDOLA                                               7    OMAR
                                                                                                                                                                      MARZOUK
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                                2nd Year
                                                                                                Geography & Urban Studies                                        Kinesiology &
                                Business Economics                                              Vaughan, Ont.                                                    Health Science
                                Maple, Ont.                                                     St. Elizabeth C.H.S./                                            North York, Ont.
                                St. Joan of Arc C.H.S.                                          Ryerson University                                               Sir John A. Macdonald C.I.
• Appeared in six games and started one on defence in            • Spent two seasons at Ryerson University, appearing in a       • Pronunciation: Mar-ZOOK
  rookie season. Recorded two shots and one shot on                total of 18 games and starting five                           • Appeared in seven games in the regular season and record-
  goal                                                           • A versatile player who is incredibly athletic.                  ed three shots and one shot on goal. Played in all six playoff
• A technical defender who is consistently calm on the                                                                             games
  pitch                                                                                                                          • Subbed into the OUA semifinal in the 79th minute and
• His versatility can have him play central or at fullback                                                                         scored the tying goal, the first of his career, with seconds
• Earned soccer team MVP honours in high school                                                                                    remaining in injury time to send it to overtime
                                                                                                                                 • Won multiple team MVP awards for soccer and basketball
                                                                                                                                   in high school
                                                                                                                                 • Was the male athlete of the year in 2015 and earned the
                                                                                                                                   Warren Campbell Memorial Award in 2016

   8       YORK LIONS
SOCCER U SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP MEDIA GUIDE - NOV. 8 - 11 @ UBC, VANCOUVER, B.C.
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                               3    MALCOLM
                                    McKAY                                                    29     MUDASER
                                                                                                    MUHTAJ                                                   14    JORGO
                                                                                                                                                                   NIKA

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                                2nd Year                                                     1st Year                                                        4th Year
                                                                                             Kinesiology &
                                Commerce, Management                                         Health Science                                                  Business & Society
                                St. Catharines, Ont.                                         Bowmanville, Ont.                                               East York, Ont.
                                Governor Simcoe S.S.                                         David & Mary Thompson                                           East York C.I.
• Three-time soccer team MVP in high school                   • Qualified for OFSAA in both soccer and cross country        • Played eight games with Vaughan Azzurri of League1
• A smart left-side defender who can get forward well and       in high school                                                Ontario in 2017 scoring two goals
  is a good distributor of the ball                           • Honour roll student in high school                          • Spent two years playing in Germany with Lokomotive
                                                                                                                              Leipzig of Regionliga

                              18     ADAM
                                     PARDA                                                   16     AGOSTINO
                                                                                                    PRINCIPATO                                            13     MAURIZIO
                                                                                                                                                                 RAGONE
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                                                                                              5-2 • 120                                                    5-5 • 140
                               2nd Year
                                                                                              1st Year                                                     3rd Year
                               Kinesiology &
                               Health Science                                                 Engineering                                                  Psychology
                               Toronto, Ont.                                                  Aurora, Ont.                                                 North York, Ont.
                               St. Basil the Great College                                    Cardinal Carter C.H.S.                                       Chaminade College
• Appeared in 13 games and started two in the midfield        • Captain of soccer team 2014-2015 and was named MVP          • Pronunciation: ra-GO-nay
  last season. Scored one goal, the first of his career         in his senior year in 2018                                  • Appeared in 13 games and started five in the midfield
  against Algoma and also had one assist that game            • Received school’s Love of Sport Award in 2018                 in 2016, scoring two game-winning goals and adding an
• A central midfielder with a great work rate who is strong                                                                   assist
  on the ball and can penetrate on the dribble or with a                                                                    • Won the bronze medal with Team Ontario at the 2013
  pass                                                                                                                        Canada Summer Games
• Helped high school team win the city championship in                                                                      • Spent time with Serie B and Serie C academies in Italy
  2017                                                                                                                      • A skilled, technical midfielder
• Earned high school’s senior male athlete of the year
  award

                               26     ANWAR
                                      SAWI                                                   21     FRANCESCO
                                                                                                    SINOPOLI                                              25     JON ALEC
                                                                                                                                                                 TOROMORNO-
                                                                                                                                                                 DUENAS
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                               1st Year                                                       4th Year                                                    1st Year
                               Kinesiology &                                                  Accounting                                                  Criminology
                               Health Science                                                 Maple, Ont.                                                 North York, Ont.
                               Dhahran, Saudi Arabia                                          St. Joan of Arc/                                            Monsignor Percy Johnson/
                               Al Shawkani S.S.                                               DePaul University                                           Hastings College
                                                              • Started 14 games on defence and played in all six playoff   • Played on Ontario provincial team and represented
                                                                games in 2017                                                 Ontario at 2017 Canada Summer Games
                                                              • Recorded one assist and had three shots and one shot
                                                                on goal
                                                              • Appeared in six games and started two in the midfield in
                                                                first year with the Lions
                                                              • Spent one season at DePaul University, appearing in
                                                                15 games as a rookie and becoming one of their top

                               16     EMMANUEL
                                      ZAMBAZIS
                                                                reserves

                                M
                                5-11 • 160
                                1st Year

                                Undecided
                                Toronto, Ont.
                                Pinewood International School
• Pronunciation: ZAM-baz-siss
• Played professionally in Greece before joining the Lions this season

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SCHEDULE & RESULTS
 2018 REGULAR SEASON GAME-BY-GAME-RESULTS                                    2018 OUA PLAYOFFS

 Date                Opponent               Result		                         Date         Opponent         Result       Goals
 Fri. Aug. 24        vs. Western            T 1-1		                          # Oct. 28    Waterloo         W 3-0        Marzouk (2), Cavallini
 Sun. Aug. 26        vs. Windsor            W 5-0		                          + Nov. 2     Ryerson          W 1-0        Kiselyov
 Wed. Aug. 29        vs. Guelph             W 3-2                            * Nov. 3     Carleton         W 3-1        Ragone, Nika (2)
 Fri. Aug. 31        at Laurier             W 4-0
 Thu. Sept. 6        vs. Laurier            W 3-0                            # OUA Quarter-final
 Fri. Sept. 7        at McMaster            T 1-1                            + OUA Semifinal
 Sun. Sept. 16       at Brock               W 3-2                            * OUA Gold Medal
 Fri. Sept. 21       at Waterloo            W 3-1
 Fri. Sept. 28       vs. McMaster           T 1-1                            Final OUA playoff record: 3-0
 Sat. Sept. 30       vs. Brock              W 2-1
 Sat. Oct. 6         at Algoma              W 2-0
 Sun. Oct. 7         at Algoma              W 7-1
 Fri. Oct. 12        at Guelph              W 1-0
 Sun. Oct. 14        vs. Waterloo           W 5-1
 Fri. Oct. 19        at Windsor             W 1-0
 Sun. Oct. 21        at Western             W 2-1

 Final regular season record: 13-0-3

 2018 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS                                              2018 PLAYOFF STATISTICS

 Player                       GP   G    A      PTS GWG                       Player               GP   G       A    PTS    GWG
 Omar Marzouk                 15   14   2      16      4                     Dylan Carreiro       3    0       4    4      0
 Cristian Cavallini           12   8    1      9       2                     Omar Marzouk         3    2       1    3      1
 Steve Kloutsouniotis         16   4    2      6       0                     Jorgo Nika           3    2       0    2      1
 Maurizio Ragone              14   3    2      5       2                     Cristian Cavallini   3    1       0    1      0
 Vaughan Bianchi              8    2    2      4       0                     Maurizio Ragone      3    1       0    1      0
 Chris Jacovou                12   4    0      4       2                     Josh Kiselyov        3    1       0    1      1
 Jorgo Nika                   14   4    0      4       1
 Dylan Carreiro               10   0    3      3       0                     Player               GP   GA Average          Shutout(s)   W-L-T
 Jon-Alec Toromoreno-Duenas   8    2    0      2       1                     Mike Argyrides       3    1       0.33		      2            3-0
 Emmanuel Zambazis            10   0    2      2       0
 Sebastian Amaya              12   0    1      1       0
 Marcus Brooks                7    0    1      1       0
 Daniel Gogarty               15   0    1      1       0
 Gabriel Jodhan               11   1    0      1       0
 Eddie Lay                    9    1    0      1       1
 Anwar Sawi                   8    0    1      1       0
 Francesco Sinopoli           12   0    1      1       0

 Player                       GP   GA Average          Shutout(s)   W-L-T
 Mike Argyrides               16   12   0.80		         5            13-0-3
 Michael Costanzo             1    0    0.00		         0            0-0-0

10   YORK LIONS
HISTORY
REGULAR SEASON RECORDS

YEAR   RECORD                 DIVISION                        MEDAL
2018   13-0-3                 OUA West (!st place)            OUA Gold	
2017   13-2-1                 OUA West (1st place)            OUA Gold
2016   14-0-2                 OUA West (1st place)            OUA Silver
2015   13-1-2                 OUA West (1st place)            CIS Gold, OUA Gold
2014   14-0-2                 OUA West (1st place)            CIS Gold, OUA Gold
2013   13-2-1                 OUA West (1st place)            OUA Gold
2012   14-0-2                 OUA West (1st place)            OUA Bronze
2011   12-1-3                 OUA West (1st place)            OUA Bronze
2010   12-2-2                 OUA West (1st place)            CIS Gold, OUA Silver
2009   9-2-3                  OUA West (1st place)
2008   9-4-1                  OUA West (1st place)            CIS Gold, OUA Silver
2007   11-1-2                 OUA West (1st place)            OUA Gold
2006   6-6-2                  OUA West (3rd place)
2005   5-2-3                  OUA North (2nd Place)
2004   4-2-4                  OUA North (2nd place)
2003   3-5-2                  OUA North (3rd place)
2002   3-4-4                  OUA North (3rd place)
2001   6-4-2                  OUA Central/North (3rd place)
2000   7-5-0                  OUA Central/North (3rd place)
1999   No records available
1998   9-2-3                  OUA East (3rd place)
1997   6-3-3                  OUA East (4th place)
1996   5-6-1                  OUAA East (5th place)           CIAU Bronze
1995   3-7-2                  OUAA East (6th place)
1993   2-9-1                  OUAA East (7th place)
1992   4-7-1                  OUAA East (5th place)
1991   3-6-1                  OUAA East (5th place)
1990   8-4-0                  OUAA East (3rd place)
1989   5-3-4                  OUAA East (3rd place)
1988   5-5-1                  OUAA East (5th place)
1987   6-3-3                  OUAA East (4th place)
1986   3-7-1                  OUAA East (5th place)
1985   5-3-4                  OUAA East (3rd place)
1984   4-7-1                  OUAA East (4th place)
1983   3-5-4                  OUAA East (4th place)
1982   4-6-0                  OUAA East (4th place)
1981   3-5-2                  OUAA (7th place)
1980   2-4-4                  OUAA (9th place)
1979   5-2-2                  OUAA (4th place)
1978   4-3-2                  OUAA (6th place)
1977   7-0-2                  OUAA (1st place)                CIAU Gold
1976   4-6-0                  OUAA (8th place)
1975   4-6-0                  OUAA (8th place)
1974   5-0-1                  OUAA East (1st place)
1973   9-0-1                  OUAA East (1st place)
1972   6-0-1                  OUAA East (1st place)

                                                                                     2018 SOCCER   11
HISTORY
     U SPORTS AWARDS
     U SPORTS Championship Titles (since 1972)        U SPORTS Second-Team All-Canadians (since 1979)
     2015, 2014, 2010, 2008, 1977                     2016 – Daniel Gogarty
                                                      2015 – Tyrone Downes
     U SPORTS Silver Medals (since 1979)              2014 – Jonathan Lao
     None                                             2013 – Casey D’Mello, Mark-Anthony Kaye,
                                                      Sotiri Varlokostas
     U SPORTS Bronze Medals (since 1979)              2012 – Charlie Trafford
     1996                                             2011 – Alon Badat, Adrian Pena
                                                      2010 – Jamaal Smith
     U SPORTS BLG Award Nominee /                     2009 – Franco Ruscetta
     OUA Male Athlete of the Year                     2007 – Moreno Alberti
     2016-17 – Jonathan Lao                           2005 – Eugene Ishchak, Paul Joseph Cosentino
     2008-09 – Francesco Bruno                        2003 – Paul Curcio
                                                      1999 – Tino Brelak
     U SPORTS Player of the Year /                    1998 – Luciano Miranda
     Joe Johnson Memorial Trophy (since 1991)         1997 – Steve Kozovski, Irvin Studin
     2016 – Jonathan Lao                              1991 – Domenic Giorgi
     2008 – Francesco Bruno
                                                      U SPORTS Most Valuable Player of the
     U SPORTS Rookie of the Year (since 1999)         Championship (since 1986)
     2013 – Jonathan Lao                              2015 – Michael Cox
     2007 – Moreno Alberti                            2014 – Henry Moody
     2006 – Jamaal Smith                              2010 – Adrian Pena
                                                      2008 – Gerard Ladiyou
     U SPORTS Coach of the Year (since 1981)
     2014 – Carmine Isacco                            U SPORTS Championship All-Stars
     2007 – Carmine Isacco                            2016 – Ryan Telfer
     1997 – Eric Willis                               2015 – Michael Cox, Tyrone Downes, Dena Iezady, Jonathan Lao, Colm Vance
                                                      2014 – Joey Cicchillo, Casey D’Mello, Jonathan Lao, Henry Moody, Matt Stinson
     U SPORTS First-Team All-Canadians (since 1979)   2013 – Casey D’Mello, Jonathan Lao
     2017 – Cristian Cavallini, Daniel Gogarty        2010 – Dominic Antonini, Alon Badat, Luigi Caruso, Gerard Ladiyou, Adrian Pena
     2016 – Jonathan Lao                              2008 – Francesco Bruno, Gerard Ladiyou, Phillip Rivers, Douglas Sereti
     2015 – Jonathan Lao                              2007 – Francesco Bruno, Gerard Ladiyou, Jamaal Smith
     2014 – Casey D’Mello, Jarek Whiteman             1997 – Michael D’Angelo, Steve Kozovski
     2013 – Jonathan Lao
     2012 – Branko Majstorovic, Adrian Pena
     2010 – Adrian Pena
     2009 – Francesco Bruno
     2008 – Francesco Bruno, Gerard Ladiyou
     2007 – Francesco Bruno
     2004 – Paul Curcio
     2000 – Luke Bakun
     1998 – Irvin Studin
     1990 – Tony Pignatiello
     1980 – Glen McNamara

12    YORK LIONS
HISTORY
OUA AWARDS
OUA Championship Titles (since 1904)           OUA First-Team All-Stars (since 1977)            OUA Second-Team All-Stars (since 1980)
2018, 2017, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2007, 1977, 1970 2018 – Daniel Gogarty, Josh Kiselyov,            2018 – Cristian Cavallini, Emmanuel Zambazis
                                               Omar Marzouk, Jorgo Nika,                        2017 – Dylan Carreiro, Jonathan Lao
OUA Silver Medals                              2017 – Cristian Cavallini, Daniel Gogarty,       2016 – Matt Arnone, Ryan Telfer
2016, 2010, 2008, 1997                         Steve Kloutsouniotis, De Vante Walker            2014 – Matt Stinson
                                               2016 – Cristian Cavallini, Daniel Gogarty,       2013 – Carlos Nogueira
OUA Bronze Medals                              Dena Iezady, Jonathan Lao                        2011 – Charles Trafford, Sotiri Varlokostas
2012, 2011                                     2015 – Joey Cicchillo, Michael Cox, Tyrone       2010 – Alon Badat
                                               Downes, Jonathan Lao, Colm Vance,                2008 – Jarek Whiteman
OUA West Most Valuable Player                  Jarek Whiteman                                   2007 – Franco Ruscetta
(since 2002)                                   2014 – Joey Cicchillo, Casey D’Mello, Daniel     2006 – David Nogaro
2017 – Cristian Cavallini                      Fabrizi, Jonathan Lao, Jarek Whiteman            2005 – Christopher Crissy, Joseph Vaz
2016 – Jonathan Lao                            2013 – Joey Cicchillo, Casey D’Mello,            2004 – Michael Bianchi
2014 – Jarek Whiteman                          Mark-Anthony Kaye, Jonathan Lao, Sotiri          2003 – Michael Cipriani
2013 – Jonathan Lao                            Varlokostas                                      2002 – Paul Curcio
2012 – Adrian Pena                             2012 – Arthur Casupanan, Branko Majstor-         2001 – Bobby Smyrniotis
2010 – Adrian Pena                             ovic, Adrian Pena, Charlie Trafford, Sotiri      2000 – Kevin Griffith
2009 – Francesco Bruno                         Varlokostas                                      1999 – Kevin Griffith
2008 – Francesco Bruno                         2011 – Alon Badat, Luigi Oliverio, Ilya Orlov,   1998 – Tino Brelak, Jason Bresler
                                               Adrian Pena                                      1981 – Paul Berkhuysen
OUA West Rookie of the Year                    2010 – Moreno Alberti, Dominic Antonini,         1980 – Paul Berkhuysen
(since 2000)                                   Ilya Orlov, Adrian Pena, Jamaal Smith
2016 – Cristian Cavallini                      2009 – Francesco Bruno, Alim Karim, Phil
2013 – Jonathan Lao                            Rivers, Franco Ruscetta
2012 – Mark-Anthony Kaye                       2008 – Francesco Bruno, Alim Karim, Gerard
2010 – Alon Badat                              Ladiyou, Adrian Pena, Franco Ruscetta
2007 – Moreno Alberti                          2007 – Moreno Alberti, Francesco Bruno,
2006 – Jamaal Smith                            Jamaal Smith
2005 – Greg Zatulovsky                         2006 – Gavin D’Mello, Douglas Sereti,
2004 – Michael Bianchi                         Jamaal Smith
2000 – Paul Curcio                             2005 – Michael Bianchi, Joseph Cosentino,
1999 – Anthony DiIorio                         Eugene Ischak, Greg Zatulovsky
1998 – Ryan Lam                                2004 – Matthew Balkanloo, Paul Curcio
                                               2003 – Paul Curcio
OUA Coach of the Year (since 1983)             2001 – Paul Curcio, Ryan Lam
2016 – Carmine Isacco                          2000 – Luke Bakun, Paul Curcio, Ryan Lam
2014 – Carmine Isacco                          1999 – Tino Brelak, Luciano Miranda,
2013 – Carmine Isacco                          Ross Sortino
2012 – Carmine Isacco                          1998 – Luciano Miranda, Irvin Studin
2010 – Carmine Isacco                          1997 – Steve Kozovski, Irvin Studin
2007 – Carmine Isacco                          1996 – Irvin Studin
2005 – Paul James                              1995 – Andrew Czalij
1997 – Eric Willis                             1992 – Kevin Greig
1990 – Eric Willis                             1991 – Domenic Giorgi, Franco LoFranco,
                                               Hunter Madeley
OUA Community Service Award                    1990 – Hunter Madeley, Tony Pignatiello
 (since 2006)                                  1989 – Dario Gasparotto, Dino Lopez,
2014 – Tyrone Downes                           Mike Mazza
                                               1988 – Daniel Gasparotto
                                               1987 – Mauro Ongaro
                                               1985 – Hunter Madeley
                                               1984 – Kevin Greig, Frank Lippa
                                               1981 – Glen McNamara
                                               1980 – Glen McNamara
                                               1978 – Mike Burke
                                               1977 – Mike Burke, Aldo D’Alfonso, Mac Musaby
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