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Player Bios

Gonzalo Arroyo

Andre Reyes

Midfielder • Sophomore 5-9 • 155 Bilbao, Spain Wheeling Jesuit

Midfielder • Sophomore 5-7 • 165 Flower Mound, Texas Old Dominion

Prior to Stetson: Arroyo played one season at Wheeling Jesuit University before transferring to Stetson. He appeared in 14 matches, starting two while with the Cardinals. Arroyo scored one goal in 495 minutes of action. He attended the International German School of Bilbao in Spain before coming to the States. Personal: Full name is Gonzalo Arroyo Baudet. Son of Olga Baudet and Emilio Arroyo. Has three siblings; brothers Carlos (27) and Alex (21), and sister Patricia (16). Majoring in accounting.

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Prior to Stetson: Reyes attended Old Dominion for one year before transferring to Stetson. He also attended Marcus High School in Texas. Reyes made the National Team Pool in 2009, and he played in the Academy League Spring Showcase in Sarasota, Fla. in 2010. He was named to the Chelsea All-Star Team and traveled to England in 2010. Reyes was a member of the team that won the North Texas State Cup Championship and the Gothia Cup Championship. He played on the North Texas ODP State Team, earned First Team All-Region honors, and First Team All-District accolades twice with Marcus HS. Personal: Son of Sonia and Carlos Reyes. Has one sister; Sandra. Majoring in sport management.

Forward • Sophomore 6-3 • 185 Linlithgow, Scotland Rhode Island

Prior to Stetson: Morison played one season at the University of Rhode Island before transferring to Stetson. He played in 13 games for the Rams. He scored one goal and recorded two assists as a freshman. Morison attended Stewart’s Melville College in Edinburgh, Scotland before coming to the States. Personal: Son of Jane and John Morison. Has one sister; Nicola (16). Majoring in psychology.

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