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#15 Bryan Yasukochi
Position: Back/Midfield
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
City/State: Newport Beach, Calif.
High School: Corona del Mar

Career Games Played/Started: 27/16
Career Stats:
1 goal, 2 assists, 4 points

2012: Appeared in all 16 matches, starting 15 ... Sent two shots on goal in season opener against Lafayette (8/31) ... Recorded an assist at Drexel (9/26).

Appeared in seven matches, making one start ... Scored first career goal against Saint Joseph's (9/4) ... Picked up first career start at San Diego State (9/11).

Appeared in three matches … Recorded a shot against La Salle (9/5) … Also saw time at Georgetown (9/19) and against Adelphi (9/24).

2009: Saw action in 3-0 win against Albany, collecting an assist in the contest.

High School: US Soccer Development Academy participant ... Played for Pateadores Soccer Club ... Vied for US Academy West Division title, losing to eventual national finalist LAFC in final showcase ... Won 2007 Pateadores Cup and Bayern Cup ... 2008 Surf Cup finalist ... As a sophomore at Corona del Mar HS: starting center midfielder ... Helped lead team to CIF Southern Section quarterfinals ... Finished in Cal South National Cup quarterfinals ... Captained Necaxa Sting, leading team to league cup quarterfinals ... Also played basketball and lettered in track ... Captained freshman basketball team, won league championship ... Valedictorian ... Received Scholar-Athlete Scholarship ... National Merit Commended Student ... Mathematics Department Outstanding Student .. CSF Gold Bearer ... Academic Lamp with Highest Honors ... National Honor Society member ... National AP Scholar ... Newport Beach Youth City Council member ... Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce Top 15 Scholar ... Human Relations Council ... American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) Region 57 board member.

Personal: Son of Colleen and David Yasukochi ... Father played basketball at Claremont McKenna College (1978-81) ... Has one sister, Cayla, and one brother, Jayson ... Enrolled in Wharton.

Why Penn? "I chose Penn because I've always wanted to go to Wharton and play at the highest possible level of college soccer."

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