2013-2014 San Diego Sockers Player Bio: Dan Antoniuk


  • Rugged defender and explosive scorer battled groin injuries throughout 2011-2012 after back-to-back all-PASL campaigns the previous two seasons…returned for the playoffs to help secure San Diego’s third straight PASL and U.S. Open Cup title.
  • Played only seven games in 2011-2012, scoring three goals with no assists…in 2010-11, earned first team all-PASL honors playing all 16 games, finishing with 12 goals and 8 assists (20 points) from the back line…first team all-PASL in 2009-2010, scoring 13 goals with three assists (16) points in 14 games.
  • Career PASL stats: 38 games, 28 goals, 10 assists, 38 points.
  • Philadelphia native, school record-holder for career goals (54) and points (144) at Wheaton College...graduated as a third team All-American with a economics degree in 2002…signed with the Portland Timbers of the USL A-League/First Division out of college, scoring 13 goals in 24 games.
  • After joining the indoor game with the Milwaukee Waves, Antoniuk first came to the Sockers in the 2003-2004 season, before returning to his hometown Philadelphia KiXX.  Last year saw Antoniuk receive a tryout with FC Dallas (MLS) before signing with FC Edmonton (NASL), where Dan made 22 appearances, scoring three goals with two assists.
  • Played professional outdoor soccer in 2011 and 2012 for FC Edmonton (NASL) and Tampa Bay Rowdies (NASL).
  • Dan, 32, is single and an avid beach-goer, traveler and lover of dogs.     



Year Gms. G A Pts.
2009-2010 14 13 3 16
2010-2011 15 12 7 19
2011-2012 7 3 0 3
2012-2013 2 0 0 0