2009-10 Men's Soccer
|PREVIOUS SCHOOL||Grace King HS|
At A Glance
Graduated as the program’s all-time leader with 15 assists and second all-time in total points with 31 … his eight career goals are good for fifth all-time … also the program’s leader in shots (125) and shots on goal (54)… sits second all-time in matches played (71), fourth in matches started (66) and sixth in minutes played (4816) … selected to the Atlantic Sun All-Conference first team (2010) and All-Conference second team (2011) … named to the NSCAA All-South Region first team (2010) and All-South Region second team (2011) … College Soccer News Preseason All-America third team (2011) … MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List selection (2011)
As a Senior (2011)
Game-By-Game Stats | A-Sun All-Conference Teams | NSCAA All-South Region Teams | CSN All-America Teams | MAC Hermann Trophy
Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Conference second team and the NSCAA All-South Region second team … selected to College Soccer News’ Preseason All-America third team … named to the initial watch list for the NSCAA MAC Hermann Trophy, the highest individual award in intercollegiate soccer … guided the Eagles to a 12-6-2 overall record while securing back-to-back A-Sun regular season titles with a 7-1 league mark … started all 20 matches between midfield and forward … finished second on the team with 13 points on three goals and a program-record seven assists … ranked second in the A-Sun in assists, while seventh in the league in shots (39) … picked up his first assist in the season-opening 3-1 loss to FIU (Aug. 26) … assisted the game-winner and netted the Eagles’ second goal in the 4-0 rout of Rhode Island (Sept. 8), earning A-Sun Player of the Week honors … setup the game-winning goal in 1-0 shutout of Saint Louis (Sept. 18) at the USF Tournament … credited with the assist on the final goal in the 3-1 defeat of Stetson (Sept. 30) in the A-Sun opener … also recorded an assist on the overtime game-winner against Mercer (Oct. 7) while playing a man down … scored the Eagles’ lone goal in the 2-1 loss to ETSU (Oct. 16) … provided the assist on the game-winner against Lipscomb (Oct. 21) … tallied his fifth game-winning assist in the 4-1 defeat of North Florida (Oct. 30) in the A-Sun regular season finale … added his third goal of the season in the 3-2 regular season finale loss at FIU (Nov. 4) … aided the Green and Blue through the pair of one-goal victories to clinch the A-Sun Championship Tournament and earn the leagues automatic berth into the NCAA Championship Tournament in their first year of postseason eligibility … earned A-Sun All-Tournament team honors ... named to the A-Sun Preseason All-Conference team.
Summer of 2011
Competed with the Chicago Fire of the Premier Development League (PDL) … helped the team to a second place finish with an 11-3-2 record … saw action in eight contests … finished second on the team with 11 points … netted five goals, good for second on the squad, and added one assist … finished in the top five in shots with 13 … clocked 459 minutes.
As a Junior (2010)
Game-By-Game Stats | NSCAA All-South Region Teams | A-Sun All-Conference Teams
Selected to the Atlantic Sun All-Conference first team … selected to the NSCAA All-South Region first team ... competed in all 18 matches with 17 starts … held a team-high 43 shots and finished second on the team in scoring with 12 points off of four goals, including two game-winners, and four assists … opened the year with a 2-1 win over No. 13 USF (Sept. 1) and later shutout No. 5 Ohio State (Sept. 18) … scored in back-to-back 2-1 victories over FIU (Sept. 24) and Lipscomb (Oct. 1), including the game-winner against the Bisons … tallied a goal and an assist in a 3-1 win over Mercer (Oct. 16) … netted the game-winner and assisted another in a 4-0 rout of Jacksonville (Oct. 29) … also added assists against Belmont (Oct. 3) and UNF (Oct. 31) in the season finale ... led FGCU to an overall record of 13-3-2 and a perfect 9-0 A-Sun mark, outscoring league opposition 26-2 … instrumental in securing FGCU’s first A-Sun conference regular season championship … helped the Eagles to their first national ranking, landing as high as No. 19 and ending the year No. 20 according to Soccer America.
As A Sophomore (2009)
Appeared in all 16 games and started 13 contests ... finished with 23 shots with five shots on goal … registered at least one shot in 10 outings … recorded a season-high 85 minutes against then-No. 11 USF (Sept. 5) ... tallied four shots in the 3-0 victory over UC Riverside (Sept. 18) at the UNLV Rebel Classic ... assisted an offensive unit in ending Campbell’s 18-game conference unbeaten streak with a 4-0 victory (Oct. 24) ... fired more than one shot in each of the final four games, highlighted by a season-high five shots against Stetson (Nov. 1) in the season finale … helped guide the team to the first winning-season in program history, holding an 8-7-1 record and a 6-3-0 conference record.
As A Freshman (2008)
Appeared in 17 games and started 16 contests ... finished the season with six points on a goal and four assists, off of 20 shots with 14 shots on goal … made collegiate debut at Ohio State (Aug. 30) and fired three shots, with two on goal ... tallied first collegiate point on an assist, while recording a shot against Penn State (Aug. 31) … recorded two assists and a season-high four shots on goal in the 3-1 win over Fairfield (Sept. 21) ... tallied first collegiate goal and an assist in the 7-1 victory over North Florida (Oct. 17) ... recorded two shots on goal in the 2-2 draw with USC-Upstate (Nov. 2).
Played for the New Orleans Soccer Academy, and the New Orleans Shell Shockers of the United Soccer Leagues - Premier Development League ... competed for the Region III and Louisiana state ODP teams ... only player from Louisiana selected for the Region III team ... traveled to Holland on two occasions to train with the Excelsior youth team and he has competed in Belgium ... four-year starter and served as captain during his senior year for Grace King High School in New Orleans.
Born on May 17, 1990 … sports management major … son of Jose Portillo and Yesenia Delgado.
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