15 Justin Mancine
15 Justin Mancine
Height: 5-11
Weight: 165
Year: Senior
Hometown: Aurora, Ohio
High School: Walsh Jesuit
Position: D/MF


Appeared in 17 matches and was in the starting lineup 16 times...pivotal member of the Viking defense...club recorded four shutouts with him in the lineup...team surrendered 1.13 goals per game in the 16 matches he started and 2.33 in the three matches he didn't ...took three shots, two of which were on goal...shots on target were against Robert Morris (Sept. 18) and St. Bonaventure (Sept. 21).


Suffered a leg injury in the season opener at St. Bonaventure (Sept. 1), sidelining him for the season.


Played and started in 16 contests at midfield...earned Horizon League 'Player of the Week' honors after recording the game-winning goal against Loyola (Sept. 25) and the game-tying goal against UIC (Sept. 27)...recorded his lone assist on the game-tying goal at Pittsburgh (Oct. 21)...had a career-best five points...recorded a career high 16 shots throughout the season, six being on goal.


Named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team after playing in 18 matches with 15 starts...tallied one assist against Niagara (Sept. 12)...had eight shots on the season with four on goal.


Helped lead team to state championship as a junior as team went 21-2 . . . holds school record for all-time goals (60) and points (146) . . . earned all-state honors as a senior and all-district accolades as a junior and senior . . . played on teams that went a combined 60-12-7 during his four years for coach John Kissner . . . part of two distrcit championship teams and two district runner-up teams . . . served as team captain as a senior . . . was a placekicker for football team his final two seasons, helping Warriors to 17-5 mark.


Born October 27, 1989, in Penn Hills, Pa. . . son of Frank and Nancy Mancine . . . education major.