The three-day event brings approximately 250 aspiring professional soccer players from around the world
Tuesday, December 04, 2012
The three-day event brings approximately 250 aspiring professional soccer players from around the world.
"InfoSport’s professional combines are recognized around the soccer world as one of the most effective means for players to showcase their talents and advance their professional careers,” said Julie D. Lanzillo, InfoSport President. “Countless soccer players who have used InfoSport’s services have been drafted or signed free agent contracts with teams in MLS, USL, NASL, MISL and countries around the world over the past 12 years.”
"Ari is one of the most talented players we’ve had come through here, and we feel he has the skill set and determination to make it to the next level,” said Lesley head coach Paul Vasconcelos.
Sinanis is coming off of an illustrious four-year career with the Lynx in which he helped lead the men’s soccer team to a record of 57-19-6, four straight New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) playoff appearances, including three NECC championship games, and the 2011 NECC Championship in which the Lynx made their first appearance in the NCAA Division III Men’s Soccer National Championship Tournament.
Sinanis finished as the Lynx career leader in goals (33), assists (32), and total points (98) while earning countless awards including 2012 NECC Player of the Year honors, four NECC All-Conference First Team selections, 2011 All-New England North Second Team selection, and 2009 ECAC New England Men’s All-Star Second Team selection.
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