At A Glance
Graduated as the program’s all-time leader in points (43) and goals scored (19) … also led the program in game-winning goals (6) and penalty kicks made (3) … ranked second in games played (71) and games started (70), while third in minutes played (5990) … two-time team captain … Atlantic Sun All-Conference first team selection (2011) and two-time A-Sun All-Conference second team pick (2010, 2009) … A-Sun All-Tournament team (2011) … A-Sun All-Academic honoree (2010) ... named the 2012 FGCU Offensive MVP.
As A Senior (2011)
Game-By-Game Stats | A-Sun All-Conference Teams | NSCAA All-South Region Teams
Selected to the Atlantic Sun All-Conference first team … named to the NSCAA All-South Region third team … started in 19 matches at midfield … helped the Eagles to a 12-6-2 overall record while securing their second consecutive A-Sun regular season title with a 7-1 league mark … led the team in scoring with 15 points on a team-best seven goals, including a pair of game-winners, and one assist … his 15 points ranked eighth, while his goal total was good for fifth in the league … netted his first goal of the year at the Nike Portland Invitational, providing the equalizer in the 1-1 draw with Washington (Sept. 4) while playing a man down … scored the Eagles’ opening goal in the 2-1 road defeat of then-No. 8 UCF (Sept. 24) … recorded his first career two-goal game, one of which being the game-winner, helping the Green and Blue to a 2-1 win over Mercer (Oct. 7) while playing a man down … found the back of the net in the 2-1 win over Lipscomb (Oct. 21) … tallied his lone assist on the opening goal in the 2-1 victory over Jacksonville (Oct. 27) … scored his sixth goal of the year, and his second game-winner, in the 4-1 victory at North Florida (Oct. 30) in the A-Sun regular season finale … supplied the initial goal in the 2-1 victory over fourth-seeded Mercer (Nov. 11) in the semifinal round of the A-Sun Championship Tournament … earned A-Sun All-Tournament team honors for his effort in helping the Green and Blue clinch their first-ever A-Sun Tournament title and earn the automatic berth into the NCAA Championship in FGCU’s first year of postseason eligibility ... named the FGCU Offensive MVP at the annual team awards banquet.
As a Junior (2010)
Game-By-Game Stats | A-Sun All-Conference Teams
Earned A-Sun All-Conference second team honors ... competed in 18 matches with 17 starts … finished the year ranked third on the team in scoring with four goals, including one game-winner, and one assist … was successful on the Eagles only penalty kick of the season … became FGCU’s all-time leader in points (28) goals scored (12) and game-winning goals (4) … led FGCU to an overall record of 13-3-2 and a perfect 9-0 A-Sun mark, outscoring league opposition 26-2 … instrumental in securing FGCU’s first A-Sun conference regular season championship … helped the Eagles to their first national ranking, landing as high as No. 19 and ending the year No. 20 according to Soccer America … opened the year with a 2-1 win over No. 13 USF (Sept. 1) and later shutout No. 5 Ohio State (Sept. 18) … scored the Eagles only tally in a 1-1 draw with Drexel (Sept. 16) on a penalty kick in the home opener … provided the decisive tally in the 2-1 defeat of FIU (Sept. 24) … helped the Blue and Green to a 2-0 victory over USC Upstate (Oct. 8) with his third goal of the campaign … finished with a goal and an assist in the 6-0 rout of UNF (Oct. 31) in the season finale … earned A-Sun All-Academic honors.
As A Sophomore (2009)
Game-By-Game Stats | A-Sun All-Conference Teams
Earned A-Sun All-Conference second team honors ... started all 16 matches and accumulated 1264 minutes ... tied for first place in the A-Sun in game-winning goals (3) and ranked in the top 10 in points (10th), points per game, goals (10th), and goals per game (8th) … led the team with 13 points, five goals, three game-winning goals, and 25 shots ... also tallied three assists and nine shots on goal … recorded at least one shot in 12 contests and tallied multiple shots on nine occasions … scored the game-winning goal on a penalty kick and took a season-high four shots in the 1-0 season-opening win over FIU (Sept. 1) ... recorded a goal off of two shots in the 2-2 draw with Furman (Sept. 11) at the Diadora/Spinx Tournament ... credited with his second game-winning goal in the 3-0 victory over North Florida (Oct. 2) ... notched another game-winning goal and assisted one more in the 4-0 defeat of Belmont (Oct. 9) ... tallied an additional goal in the 2-1 win over Lipscomb (Oct. 11) ... registered an assist in back-to-back victories over Mercer (Oct. 22) and Campbell (Oct. 24), ending the Camels’ 18-game conference unbeaten streak with the 4-0 win (Oct. 24) …. helped guide the team to first winning-season in program history, holding an 8-7-1 record and a 6-3-0 conference record.
As A Freshman (2008)
Started all 18 games ... finished with six points on three goals, coming off of 15 shots and 10 shots on goal ... made collegiate debut at Ohio State (Aug. 30) ... tallied a goal off a season-high three shots with two shots on goal in a 4-1 defeat at Mercer (Oct. 2) ... recorded a goal and four shots in the 7-1 victory over North Florida (Oct. 17) ... netted a goal and tied a season-high three shots in the 2-2 draw against USC- Upstate (Nov. 2) … named to the “100 Freshmen to Keep an Eye on in 2008” list by College Soccer News.
Named NSCAA All-American first team as senior ... named Florida Player of the Year as senior ... named NSCAA Regional All-South first season as freshman, junior and senior ... named Bradenton Herald Player of the year as sophomore and junior ... named All-County team as a sophomore and junior ... scored 88 goals in high school career ... third all-time in Manatee High School history ... captain as a senior and junior ... named team MVP and Most Valuable Offensive Player as freshman, sophomore and junior ... Rookie of the Year as freshman ... won district final in sophomore year ... made three consecutive trips to state final four with Strictly Soccer from 2004-06.
Born October 3, 1989 … sports management major ... first All-American high school student-athlete to play at FGCU ... son of Juan Raudales and Martha Martinez ... has two older brothers, Juan Carlos and Wilmer Raudales, and one older sister Wendy Raudales.