|PREVIOUS SCHOOL||Celebration HS|
As A Junior (2013) | Game-By-Game Stats
Tied for fourth on the team with nine points … finished the season fourth on the team with 29 shots … tied for third on the team with 14 shots on goal … contributed to the Eagles potent attack as one of three players tied for second on the team with four goals … tied for eighth in the conference in goals … scored the game winning goal in a 2-0 win against Jacksonville on Nov. 2 … recorded a shot in the final 11 games of the season … appeared in 17 games … started 13 of them.
As A Sophomore (2012) | Game-By-Game Stats
Played in all 19 games … of those 19 he started in 13 … he had 11 shots on goal and had three goals … scored first goal of his sophomore career against Bucknell (Sept. 2) … his second goal was scored against Mercer (Nov. 3) … and his third goal was scored against Mercer (Nov. 11) … had four assists on the season, the most out of anyone on the team … he had 11 shots on goal and 10 points … won the Atlantic Sun Crons Achiever Award for November of 2012 … had the game-winning goal in overtime to crown FGCU the Atlantic Sun champions two years in a row ... MVP of A-Sun Conference Tournament.
As A Freshman (2011) | Game-By-Game Stats
Appeared in two contests at midfield … made collegiate debut in the 2-1 loss against No. 5 UC Irvine (Sept. 16) … also competed in the 3-2 loss at FIU (Nov. 4) in the regular season finale … member of the A-Sun Tournament Championship squad and program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in first year of postseason eligibility.
A 2011 graduate of Celebration High School where he played for coach Julio Machuca … named County Player of the Year as a junior and senior … selected to the All-Conference team as a senior … his team was OBC champions and three time defending district champions … named team captain as a junior and senior … top scorer in each of his four seasons … also the team captain and leading scorer for his club team.
Born on April 8, 1992 … buisness management major … son of Oscar Mauricio Echeverri and Fabiola Arango.