|Carlo Schiavoni - 8
One of the most experienced players having played in 51 contests, making 47 starts, entering his senior season ... one of the team's best distributors from the midfield who has tallied eight assists in career.
Junior Season (2007)
Started and played in 14 contests throughout season ... despite missing five games mid-season with an injury, still finished second on team with three assists ... recorded two assists against Eastern Illinois (10/3) ... also had a helper in the win over Birmingham-Southern (9/14) ... collected seven shots, three of which came on frame ... played at least 75 minutes in 11 of the 14 games he competed in.
Sophomore Season (2006)
Played in all 20 games last season as a defensive midfielder, starting 16 times ... recorded three assists, all of which came in the team's last five contests ... assisted on the game-winning goal to help upset then-No. 1 and previously unbeaten SMU (10/25) ... also recorded two assists in the Conference USA Tournament against South Carolina (11/1) and SMU (11/3).
Freshman Season (2005)
Important organizer of UAB midfield ... notched first collegiate point with an assist in win over Maine (9/4) ... assisted on a goal in the victory over Evansville (9/18) ... started and played in 17 matches ... notched seven shots, two on goal, for the season ... logged 1,149 minutes of play for the season ... named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Attended Loyola High School in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Other Soccer Info
Member of the U-20 Canadian national team that participated in the World Youth Cup in Holland in June of 2005 ... veteran world player with 12 career international caps ... trained at the Quebec National Training Center from 2000-03 ... captained Quebec provincial team at the U-15 and U-17 Canadian Championships in 2000 and 2002, winning gold with U-17 team in summer of 2001.
Full name is Carlo Schiavoni ... born Aug. 19, 1985 in Montreal, Quebec ... parents are Vito and Annamaria ... major is business ... has an older brother, Paolo, and an older sister, Claudia ... related to Felice Centofanti, who played with InterMilan in Italy's Serie A.