11 - Eduardo Romaneiro
Eduardo Romaneiro
Height: 5-7
Weight: 165
Year: Senior
Hometown: North Brunswick, NJ
Position: F
2001: Played in 15 games, starting six as a forward...Had one goal and five assists for seven points...Finished the season tied for the team lead in assists...Came through with a goal and an assist in a 3-0 Ivy-title-clinching victory at Harvard on November 17...Also had one assist in four straight games from September 30-October 9...2000: A quick-footed striker, "Edu" saw action in 16 games last year, starting twice...Tallied his first career goal against Harvard on a shot from 30 yards out, helping Brown to the 2-1 win and starting Brown on its way to the perfect 7-0-0 league record...Got hot against Columbia and Providence College last season, with a goal and assist against the Friars one game after notching his first career helper against the Lions...Also had an assist against PC in helping Brown to the 3-2 non-league win...Scored the eventual game-winner against Cornell, tallying his second goal of the year in the 61st minute to give Brown the 3-2 win...1999: Played in four games for the Bears as a forward...Before Brown: A graduate of North Brunswick High School where he lettered in soccer...Moved to New Jersey from Brazil prior to his junior year...Captain of his high school team, North Brunswick High, his senior year...All-Area, All-Division, All-County, All-Section, and All-State three times during high school...Selected as one of the top 20 players in New Jersey as a senior...Player of the Year as selected by The Star Ledger and The Home News and Tribune his senior year...Led his team to 1998 State Cup semifinals...Recorded 51 goals and 30 assists in his last two seasons in high school...Selected to play with the Jersey Riptides of the USISL...Has played soccer all over the world...Older brother of sophomore Marcos Romaneiro...National Honor Society member...Honor Roll student and member of Student Government Organization...Major at Brown: Business Economics and International Relations...
Career Stats: 4 Goals, 7 Assists, 15 Points.