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In his playing career, Marcus played all of his youth football in Ontario for various clubs in the Greater Toronto Area. He has participated in leagues such as OYSL, CSL, League One Ontario, and NPSL. Marcus earned himself a NCAA Division 1 scholarship to the University at Buffalo, where he attended for 4 years. While at UB Marcus was captain his final 3 years, earning All- Conference 2nd team in his senior season. Academically he has completed degrees in Political Science and Communication obtaining Summa Cum Laude distinction as a graduate. Currently Marcus is finishing up his Masters degree in Sports Management at Brock University in St. Catherine’s, Ontario.
In his playing career, Henry played for North York Hearts SC and North Mississauga SC in Ontario where he captained his OYSL team. Henry is a Sports Management graduate from Humber College who specializes in marketing & analytics. In his professional career Henry has worked for many sport organizations in Canada, and now is actively working to assist with the growth of the game by using his background in soccer and knowledge of the sports industry.
In his playing career, Shane has played majority of his football in Ontario before moving to British Columbia, representing Team Ontario for two years and claiming a spot on the Canada U17 National team pool. He has played in leagues such as OYSL, CSL, League 1 Ontario and the VMSL Premiership. Shane earned himself a NCAA scholarship to the University at Buffalo, where he played for two years before transferring to Simon Fraser University. He graduated from the Beedie School of Business at SFU with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Marketing. Shane continues to give back to the soccer community as a part-time coach in the BCSPL in British Columbia.
In his playing career, Adam played all of his youth football in British Columbia for Coquitlam Metro Ford SC. At 20 years old Adam joined the Vancouver Whitecaps then later moved to Seattle Sounders U23. He has participated in leagues such as BCSPL, PDL, and the VMSL Premiership. Adam earned himself an NCAA scholarship to Simon Fraser University where he was a NCAA Division 2 All- American in his junior season. Adam continues to give back to the BC Soccer community as an academy coach for Coquitlam Metro Ford SC.