Men's Soccer

Mynor Gonzalez
Mynor Gonzalez


Guatemala City, Guatemala

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 168



2006: Serving as team captain with Jay Needham and Chase Wileman...named to the preseason All-Conference USA team.

2005: Serving as team captain with David Chun and Jay Needham...started in all 23 games...scored one goal (at Marshall) and added an assist (vs. UAB)...took 19 shots (nine on goal)...1-of-1 on penalty kicks...2005 All-Conference USA third-team selection...named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VI team.

Summer, 2005: SMU's representative at the 2005 NCAA Leadership Conference in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

2004: One of five players to start all 21's second-leading scorer with six goals and two assists on 21 shots (nine SOG)...posted his lone game-winner vs. Vanderbilt in the first round of the MVC Tournament...went-4-of-4 in penalty kicks...earned MVC Scholar-Athlete team honorable mention honors

2003: One of two Mustangs to start in all 22 games...scored one goal and one assist on 25 shots...member of the MVC All-Freshman team.

Summer, 2003: Member of the Guatelmalan full national team that competed in the CONCACAF Gold Cup...made two starts.

Spring, 2003: Attended classes at SMU in spring, 2003 and participated in spring training.

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Guatemalteco Bilingue School...has spend majority of last five years with the Guatemalan national teams (U-20, U-21, and U-23)...has participated in over 50 international and national matches...part of the Guatemala Olympic cycle that will represent his country in the 2003 Pan American games and the 2004 Olympics.

Personal: Majoring in real estate finance...full name is Mynor Gonzalez Leon...has one brother and one sister...enjoys watching TV and traveling...favorite non-soccer athlete is Michael Jordan...favorite color is blue...parents are Mynor Gonzalez and Eugenia de Gonzalez.

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