#4 Brian Percival

Men's Soccer
Class Senior Height 5'10"
Hometown Seattle, Wash. Weight 150
High School Seattle Prep Position Defender,
Midfielder
Club Team Eastside FC Major Economics

As a Junior (2010) - Started 17 of 20 games as defender, contributing four assists ... One of only three players to log more than 1,500 minutes of playing time ... His season's first assist, coming on 9/11/10 in a 2-2 draw with Warner Pacific, helped stake Whitman to early 1-0 lead on Connor Bottomly's goal ... Assisted on freshman Forrest Eptsein's first college goal against Walla Walla University on 9/21/10 ... Assisted on Jed Jacbson's goal in 3-0 win over Puget Sound on 9/26/10 ... Assisted on Bottomly's goal, giving Whitman 2-0 lead, in 3-1 victory over Linfield on 10/1/10

As a Sophomore (2009) - His first college goal was game-winner in 3-2 victory over George Fox to open NWC season ... Also struck game-winning shot (25-yard free kick) in 3-1 victory over Linfield ... Assisted on Whitman's first goal of season in 2-2 tie with Northwest University.

As a Freshman (2008) - Played in eight games, making first college start in 4-1 victory over St. Martin's.

Prep - Played three years of varsity soccer at Seattle Prep for coach Andy Henrichs ... Was team captain as senior and team MVP as junior ... Also played for Eastside FC for coach Brian Elder.

Academics - Majoring in economics ... Learning Spanish as potential minor ... Plans to study in Barcelona, Spain, in spring 2011 semester ... Career goal is working in accounting for Seattle Mariners.

Personal - Son of Don and Lisa Percival ... Older brother Scott graduated from Whitman in 2009 ... Older brother Andrew played varsity baseball at Macalester College ... Enjoys playing and watching other sports, including baseball and basketball ... Big fan of Mariners, Seahawks and Sounders.

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