CAREER STATISTICS AND CAREER HIGHS
2011: Enters his junior campaign as an outstanding wide player for the Green and White … is a shifty flank player ... will provide quality service from the wide areas of the field … has the ability to take-on defenders … brings quality, in both ability and experience, to the wide areas of the park ... has the ability to have a breakout season.
2010: Started and appeared in 21 of York's 22 games ... was a productive wide player scoring five goals on the season ... tallied the Spartans' first goal of the year in a 1-0 overtime victory over Susquehanna on September 1 ... four of his five scores proved of game-winners, two of which came via 1-0 finals ... part of York's fifth Capital Athletic Conference Tournament championship and sixth straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
2009: Transferred to York from Division I University of Maine … spent his first season with the Spartan program serving as a manager … helped the Spartans to their fourth CAC Tournament championship … was part of York’s fifth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament.
Prior to York: Attended Division I University of Maine … played 14 games during the 2008 season … posted one assist on October 19 at Stony Brook.
Personal: Is a sport management major with minors in business administration and legal studies … is the son of Ron and Robin Facer … born on December 20, 1989 … played club soccer for Sockers FC Chicago … was a first team all-conference and all-region selection in high school … high school squad was Illinois State Champions in 2006, 2007, and 2008 … lists his parents, grandmother Shirlee, and sister as the people he most admires … hobbies include golf … favorite athlete is Michael Jordan … chose York because of the soccer program and sport management major … lists his most significant athletic achievements and memorable athletic moments while at York as winning the 2009 and 2010 CAC Tournament championships … after graduation he plans on attending law school, getting married, playing golf, and working with a sports agency.