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Antonio Aguilar
Antonio Aguilar

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Hammond, Ind.

High School:
Mt. Carmel

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 140

Position:
Midfielder

06/10/2013

Athletics Banquet Celebrates Blue Demon Accomplishments

Five DePaul student-athletes receive multiple awards for 2012-13 season

02/19/2013

Blue Demons Getting an Early Jump on Exhibition Season

DePaul's eight-game spring schedule kicks off March 9th at Milwaukee

01/09/2013

Aguilar Repeats as All-Great Lakes Region Selection

Men's soccer midfielder finishes career 7th all-time in goals, 9th in career points

11/08/2012

Aguilar Named to Second Straight All-BIG EAST First Team

Aguilar is the Blue Demons' first two-time All-BIG EAST First Team member.

10/29/2012

Leverentz Named to Final BIG EAST Honor Roll

Senior David Leverentz earned a spot on the BIG EAST Honor Roll after a two-goal week.

Career
2012 NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region Second Team
2012 All-BIG EAST First Team
2011 NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region Second Team
2011 All-BIG EAST First Team
2010 All-BIG EAST Second Team
2009 All-BIG EAST Rookie Team

2012 (Senior): Played in 16 matches in the 2012 season and started 14 of them... led the Blue Demons in scoring with six goals---scoring against Loyola Chicago, Drake, Northwestern, Cincinnati, and USF... three of his goals were the result of penalty kicks against Loyola Chicago, Cincinnati, and USF... his two goals against Northwestern were the only goals in the game... Aguilar's one assist was against USF, in a match where he contributed on two of the three goals DePaul scored in the win... goals against Cincinnati and Drake led to ties in overtime.

2011 (Junior): Led the team in points with 18, assists with four and tied David Selvaggi for the lead in goals with seven... topped the Blue Demons in shots with 54 and shots on goal with 30... set career highs in goals, points and shots... scored two goals against Oakland and two against Green Bay---including the game-winner... also scored versus SIU-Edwardsville, Cincinnati and had the game-winner against Northwestern... recorded an assist playing Oakland, Drake, Green Bay and Villanova... BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week... named to Soccer America's Men's Team of the Week... took 10 shots with seven on frame against Green Bay... had three shots on goal vs. Oakland and Cincinnati... played in 19 matches with 18 starts.

2010 (Sophomore): Named to All-BIG EAST after scoring 12 points on five goals and two assists... scored the winning goal in 2-0 victory over Rutgers in final game of regular season that enabled DePaul to qualify for the BIG EAST Championship for the fifthyear in a row... recorded a goal and an assist in 2-0 victory over Drake... scored the goal in 1-1, double-overtime tie with Western Illinois... registered a goal against Northwestern and Villanova... had an assist against No. 2 Louisville... played in all 19 matches with 17 starts... took 36 shots with 18 on goal.

2009 (Freshman): Named to BIG EAST All-Rookie Team after scoring 10 points on three goals and four assists... scored the tying goal in regulation time against Marquette and the winning goal in overtime for a 2-1 victory... registered a goal and an assist in 5-1 victory over Buffalo... played in all 20 matches and started in 17... took 34 shots with 13 shots on goal.

High School: Earned All-Midwest, All-State and All-Area honors... totaled 68 goals and 58 assists the last three years, including 32 goals and 20 assists as a senior... led Mt. Carmel to a sectional title as a sophomore and a regional title as a junior... three-time selection for the All-Catholic League First Team... MVP of the Pepsi Showdown and Windy City Classic... played club soccer with FC Chicago.

Personal: Son of Antonio and Ana Maria Aguilar... has one sibling, Evelyn... majoring in Communication and Media.

Career Statistics

Seasons

MP-MS

Goals

Assists

Points

Shots

2009

20-17

3

4

10

34

2010

19-17

5

2

12

36

2011

19-18

7

4

18

54

2012

16-14

6

1

13

48

Totals

74-66

21

11

53

172