2010-11 Men’s Soccer Roster

2010-11 UFV Cascades
Men’s Soccer Roster

No. Name Pos. Height Year  Major Home Town Last Team
01 Colton Keam Goalkeeper 6-0 1 General Studies Langley, BC Langley, BC
02 Devin Gilroy Forward 5-9 3 General Studies Langley, BC UFV
03 James Giebelhaus Defender 6-0 5 Business Abbotsford, BC UFV/Mariners
04 Andrew McCulloch Defender 6-0 5 Business Abbotsford, B.C. UFV
05 Ravi Singh Midfielder 6-0 1 Kinesiology Abbotsford, BC Mariners
06 Mohammed Aziz Midfielder 6-0 2 General Studies Abbotsford, BC Mariners
07 Nick Turner Defender 5-10 5 Criminology Abbotsford, B.C. UFV
08 Sasa Plavsic Midfielder 6-2 2 Kinesiology Coquitlam, BC Mariners
09 Craig Robinson Forward 6-2 3 Kinesiology Chilliwack, BC UFV
10 Ethan Claibourne Collins Midfielder 5-11 4 Arts Chilliwack, BC UFV
11 Stuart Rowlands Forward 6-0 1 Science Studies Chilliwack, BC Mariners
12 Koby Byrne Defender 5-11 1 Kinesiology Abbotsford, BC Mariners
13 Juan Pablo Mora Perea Midfielder 5-10 1 Kinesiology Morelia, Mexico Puebla FC
14 Bryce Davis Defender 5-10 2 Arts Abbotsford, BC UFV
15 Jordan Marini Forward 5-10 1 Arts Port Coquitlam, BC Burnavy
16 Trevor O’Neill Defender 5-10 2 Kinesiology Abbotsford, BC UFV/Mariners
17 Evan Sinclaire Forward 6-0 1 Kinesiology Port Coquitlam, BC Burnaby FC
18 Josh Atebe Forward 6-6 5 Science Studies Mission, BC Mission Blues
19 Ryan Liddiard Midfielder 6-3 1 Arts Kamloops, BC Mariners
20 Jordan Tipton Defender 6-1 1 Business Abbotsford, BC Mariners
21 Brent Wantke Defender 6-1 3 Criminology Langley, BC UFV
22 Ryan Ladbrook Goalkeeper 6-0 1 Arts Langley, BC Mariners
23 Joe Gill Defender 5-11 1 Business Abbotsford, BC Mariners
24 Amrit Sidhu Forward 5-7 1 Arts Abbotsford, BC Mariners
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