Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Lino Lattanzio Men's Division 1 - -
High School Steve Langley
Athlete
YC RC GS GP
Career - - 180 189
Season - - 32 32
offense
SOG% SOG SH% SH PTS PG PA GWG GPG G APG A
Career - - - - - - - - - 92 - -
Season - - - - - - - - - 14 - -
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Career - - -
Season 10 - 7
Physical Attributes
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Soccer Honors

-2005 Chosen to represent North America on theSuperClub National Team – (only 18 players are chosen)

-2005 Led highschool team in scoring with 20 goals
-2005 St. Thomas Soccer Club Outstanding Player Award for outstanding highschool play
-2005 Western Ontario Champions with high school team (WOSSA)
-2005 League Champions in the Premier Division
-2003 MVP for U16 St. Thomas Premier Division 2002 MVP for U15 St. Thomas Intermediate Division

Soccer Additional

Coach’s Comments:

” I have coached over 500 players for over 30 years at the premier, provincial and senior levels and Ryan ranks in the top ten. I haven’t had a player who displays greater skills at such a high speed. Ryan is like a warrior who puts his life on the line for his teammates and to win. He’s as good a leader as I’ve ever had, who gives 100% and leads by example. Ryan is very vocal with the team and has good input. Ryan is self-motivated and dedicated to the game.” -- Lino Lattanzio, Men’s 2nd Division coach.

-Team Captain for 6 years

-2002 to 2006 played 189 games, scored 92 goals

-2006-played in England with the North American Super Club National Team
-2006- played 2nd division men’s( 10 goals/17 games) , 1st division men’s(2 goals/4games)
-2005-1st and 2nd division men’s teams in St.Thomas (WOSL) Scored 3 goals with 1st division men’s and 4 with 2nd division men’s and played U17 team scoring 25 goals in league, tournaments and exhibition games
-2005 Terra Rankings named us the 26th best team in Ontario with a record of 16 wins 1 loss an 1 tie in the LDYSL Division; had the most goals for with 81 and the 2nd best winning percentage of 0.917 in all of Ontario
-2005 Chosen to represent North America on the Super Club National Team–(only 18 players are chosen in North America)
-2005 Led high school team in scoring with 20 goals
-2005 Henderson Memorial Semi Finalists
-2005 Quarter Finalists in the Ontario Cup Championships
-2005 St. Thomas Soccer Club Outstanding Player Award for outstanding high school play
-2005 Made the Quarter finals of the All Ontario Championships (OFFSA in Thunder Bay)
-2005 Western Ontario Champions with high school team (WOSSA)
-2005 League Champions in the Premier Division
-2005 Finalists in TVRAA but still qualified for WOSSA
-2004 Challenge Cup Champions Premier Division
-2004 St. Thomas Soccer Club Annual Soccer fest Finalists
-2004 League Finalists Premier Division
-2003 Challenge Cup Champions Premier Division
-2003 MVP for U16 St. Thomas Premier Division
-2003 St. Thomas Soccer Club Annual Soccer fest Finalists
-2002 Challenge Cup Champions Intermediate Division
-2002 St. Thomas Soccer Club Annual Soccer fest Finalists
-2002 Sunoco John Ruddy Tournament Finalists
-2002 Sunoco Tournament MVP
-2002 League Finalists LDYSL
-2002 MVP for U15 St.Thomas Intermediate Division
-2001 Ontario Futsal Club Championships Finalists
-2001 Challenge Cup Champions Intermediate Division
-2001 League Finalists for Intermediate Division

Academics


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High School
Parkside Collegiate Institute
School City
St. Thomas
School State
ON
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SAT to be taken December 2nd. ACT to be taken Dec. 9.
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Personal


First Name
Ryan L.
Last Name
Wise
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Gender
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Height
5'9"
Weight
155
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Registered to take SAT's Dec. 2.

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