João Nuno Aragão de Freitas Teixeira de Jesus

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Soccer
July 23, 2023

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About Athlete

My name is João Nuno and I’m a soccer player from Portugal. My objective for my college experience is to play soccer at a competitive level while getting a solid undergraduate education. I strongly believe that I am a very ambicious , focused and hard worker person , always putting the team in the first place. Once I set a goal for myself I do everything I can in order to achieve it.

GPA

3.2

SAT Total Score
1090
TOEFL Total Score
97
Teams

EScola FUtebol MAdeira , Club Sport Marítimo Madeira

Championships

U13 Regional Champion

U13 Cup Champion

U15 SuperCup Champion

U17 Regional Champion

Additional videos

https://youtu.be/JYubgw6YSo8

Additional sporting info

Currently playing at the highest level for youth soccer in Portugal , U19 National Championship 1st Division .

Personal Best

https://www.csmaritimo.org.pt

What makes you different?

I play soccer since I can remember , I always walked around with a ball on my feet , so I have been conciliating both my academic and athletic sides since a very young age , performing well both on and off the field. I consider myself a team leader as I have always been one of the captains of my teams. I leave my soul on the field in order to help the team achieve their goals. I am very ambitious and passionate about winning.

Why do you want to compete in college?

Competing in college gives me the opportunity to continue to develop my academic and athletics skills in a very high level. I want to help my team getting as many trophies as possible. Being at college also gives me the opportunity to get know different cultures and realities which will only make me a better human being

College Goals?

My goal competing at college is to turn pro through the MLS SuperDraft. On the way I want to complete my degree and get as many rings as I can.

Additional Videos

Portfolio

Awards

B

Best Player of Sesimbra Summer Cup

2015
I was awarded U11 best player of the tournament while being U10 player.