My name is Andrew Piccolo; I live in Toronto, Canada, and aspire to be a NCAA D1 soccer player. I currently play for the #7 team in Canada, Sigma FC, at the U19 and U21 League 1 Reserve level, and I made my semi-professional debut this year at 16. Also, I am ranked #54 in Canada for my graduating year of 2024 by FTF, and awarded with being in the Toronto All-Star First Team as best right back. I strongly believe I will make a positive impact on any team I am a part of due to my positive attitude and ability to be coachable.
SAT Total Score
Sigma FC: 2016-Present
Micheal Power St. Joseph: 2021-2024
I have played academy-level soccer since 2016 for Sigma FC and currently play U19, but I am also getting called up regularly to the U21 team and received my semi-professional debut in 2023, being invited to play with the Sigma FC first team (League 1 Ontario).
For school, I have played every year and helped bring my team to 2nd place in the city during my sophomore year. In my most recent year as a junior, we came 1st in the city and 4th in the province (OFSAA), and I was awarded the MVP of the team as the leading goal scorer from the full-back/winger position.
Additional sporting info
My personal best is always something I strive to achieve. I will always work my hardest to earn a spot as I currently have the fourth most minutes per game on my team at 77 per game played.
What makes you different?
I am an extremely versatile full-back who loves not only to defend but also to get up the field through overlaps and get balls into the box. Also, I am able to play as an inverted fullback, tucking inside to play as an additional midfielder. I have great distribution and soccer IQ as I will almost always be able to pick out the open man.
Why do you want to compete in college?
I want to go into a business program with the hopes of going into finance after college.
Some of my goals for college are to attend a D1 school to play soccer and also pursue my academics while still being able to keep a high average.
Secondary School Education
I attended Michael Power St. Joseph SS in Toronto, Canada, and will continue for my full four years of secondary school. I obtained an 84% average from freshman year to junior year and received honor roll each consecutive year while also being a part of the extended french program as a freshman.