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.
DAN ANTONIUK’S SOCKERS STATISTICS