Lucas Coutinho   |   #10   |   F/MF

Height: 5-9

Weight: 148

Hometown: Recife, Brazil

Previous School: Clover H.S.

Eligibility: Sr.

Major: Business Management

M. Soccer: Lucas Coutinho

Born August 12, 1993... Majoring in Business Management with a minor in Public Relations... Chose PBA because "I felt it was where God wanted me to be. I also had a great feeling about Coach Gomez and the players. And, lastly, I knew PBA would be a great place for me to enhance my academic skills.... Career aspirations are to become a professional soccer player and a businessman... Favorite verse is Psalm 23:1... Favorite team is Sport Club do Recife... Favorite athlete is Neymar Jr.... Son of Ageleu and Luciana Coutinho... Has two siblings: Marina and Luiza Coutinho.

2016 (Senior)
Started in all 19 matches on the year, playing 1,555 minutes… Played a season-high 110 minutes against Lynn on Sept. 14 while playing 90 minutes or more eight times on the season… Finished second on the team in points with 16, scoring three goals while leading the team with 10 assists… Had two multi-assist matches, dishing out two assistant against Florida Memorial on Sept. 21 and two at Eckerd College on Oct. 9… Named 2016 NSCAA All-America Second Team, as well as the NSCAA All-South Region First Team… Named 2016 D2CCA All-America Honorable Mention as well as D2CCAA All-South Region First Team.

2015 (Junior)
Played in 16 matches on the year, making 15 starts… Accumulated 1,160 minutes on the year… Played at least 70 minutes in 10 matches… Tallied 30 points on the year… Finished fourth on the year scoring 8 goals on the season…Finished first on the team and eighth in the nation with 14 assists on the year…Scored multiple goals twice on the year, against Colorado Christian in the 5-0 win on Sept. 7 and again against Tampa in the 4-2 win on Sept. 26… Picked up multiple assists on five different occasions… Averaged .88 assists per game, landing him 3rd in the nation in the category… Named 2015 First Team NSCAA All-American and All-South Region First Team… Named to the 2015 D2CCA All-America Second Team and the All-South Region First Team…

2014 (Sophomore)
Battled a midseason injury which caused him to miss a month of action only to see him rebound by leading the team in scoring down the stretch... Started all 15 matches he played in on the season while totaling 1,243 minutes of field time... Concluded the year with a team-high nine assists to go along with five goals for a team-high 19 points... Scored a goal and registered an assist in the team's season opener at the Rinker Athletic Campus versus Southeastern University on Sept. 4, 2014... Produced two goals and an assist at Clearwater Christian College on Nov. 8, 2014... Managed two goals versus Roberts Wesleyan College on Dec. 2, 2014 at the NCCAA National Tournament... Played in at least 90 minutes a total of seven matches including a season-high of 110 minutes at Florida Tech on Oct. 25, 2014... Chosen to the NCCAA All-American second-team... Selected to the All-Tournament Team at the NCCAA National Tournament...Honored to the All-Tournament Team at the NCCAA Regional Tournament... Named to the NCCAA All-Region first-team.

2013 (Freshman)
Established himself as one of the South Region's finest with a tremendous rookie campaign... Started in 13 of 14 games played in the season, logging 1,127 minutes... Finished the year with nine goals and five assists for 23 total points... Had three multi-goal games on the season, including a hat trick against Eckerd on October 12th... Finished the Eckerd game with seven points thanks to another assist... Played a full match in eight of 14 appearances... Was named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Region Second Team... Honored as the Independents Collegiate Athletic Association (ICAA) Freshman of the Year as well as a member of the ICAA First Team.

Attended Clover High School in South Carolina where he competed on the pitch for coaches Khrystopher Dundr and Brian Ringer... Was selected to the South Carolina All-Region III-AAAA Team, and named the South Carolina Region III-AAAA Player of The Year... Also voted to the South Carolina All-State AAAA Team and 2012 NSCAA All-Region III Team.

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