10 Lucas Emil
10 Lucas Emil
Height: 5-11
Weight: 165
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Parsippany, N.J.
High School: Morris Catholic
Position: Mid
Major: Management

2010: Embarks on his senior campaign as one of the most technically gifted Spartans … named a captain for the 2010 campaign … possesses outstanding experience having played significant minutes since his freshman season … is a playmaker with outstanding field vision … can be deadly on set pieces … very comfortable with the ball at his feet … looks to be a major asset in York’s central midfield.

2009: Played in all 23 Spartan contests, drawing 20 starts … tallied three goals on the season … chosen to the All-Capital Athletic Conference second team … selected to the NSCAA All-South-Atlantic Region third team … scored in back-to-back games, York’s 4-0 win over Greensboro on September 13 and then the Spartans’ 3-0 triumph against Kean on September 16 … distributed seven assists, tying him for the second-highest total on the squad … registered two assists in the September 30 7-0 win against Capital Athletic Conference foe Gallaudet … notched an assist in three consecutive postseason contests, including the helper on Brett Sauerberger’s game-winner in the Capital Athletic Conference championship match … helped the Spartans to their fourth CAC Tournament championship … was part of York’s fifth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament.
2008: Played in and started each of York’s 20 contests … was chosen to the NSCAA All-South Region second team … selected to the All-Capital Athletic Conference first team … scored six goals … distributed four assists … tallied at least one point in five straight games … notched a goal and an assist in two games during that five-game stretch … four of his six scores came in CAC games … part of a squad that posted an 18-game winning streak during the regular season … ranked as high as #2 in the country … made the NCAA Tournament for the fourth straight season … Spartans finished the year with an undefeated 18-0-2 record.
2007: Appeared in 22 of York’s 25 games … started ten contests including each of the last four tilts … tallied two goals, notching each in back-to-back games as both proved to be game-winners … first collegiate score came against Susquehanna on October 23 in the Spartans’ 2-1 triumph … second tally came on October 27 as the Green and White topped CAC foe Marymount (Va.) 3-1 … distributed three assists for the season, including one on the first York goal of the October 23 Susquehanna game … part of a Spartan squad advanced to their third consecutive NCAA Tournament and second-straight Elite Eight berth … York tied a program record with 21 victories, finishing the year at 21-3-1.
Personal: Is a management major … is the son of Donna Going … born on March 1, 1989 … played club soccer for the New Jersey Stallions … played recent club soccer for the Maryland Bays … Bays were U-23 national club finalists in 2010 … names his mom as the person he most admires … favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant … lists his most significant athletic achievement as reaching the national finals in 2010 with his U-23 club team the Maryland Bays … most memorable athletic moment at York was winning the 2009 CAC Championship … after graduation he plans on playing professional soccer.