Gustavo Alencar, former FAU midfielder, is now serving as an assistant coach for the Fort Lauderdale Strikers
Junior (2003): Vocal leader on the defensive side...played 20 games, starting 18...set career highs in games played, starts, and assists...finished the season with four assists and four points on 10 shots...recorded game-tying assist, his first assist of the year, in 1-1 tie with no. 16 Florida International (9/17)...assisted on game-winning goal in 2-1 win over Cornell (9/20)...tied his career high in assists by recording an assist on the first goal of 3-1 win over Jacksonville (10/5), the team's first win over Jacksonville since 1999...set his career high for assists in a season with his fourth assist against Georgia State (11/2).
Sophomore (2002): Played in 15 games, starting 11...finished the season with two goals, three assists and seven points on 13 shots...tied for fifth on the team in points and tied for third in assists...scored first goal of the season in 4-3 win over #22 ranked Columbia (9/29)...assisted on two goals in 4-3 win over West Virginia (9/27).
Freshman (2001): Played in nine games, starting five...had one assist and ended the season with eight shots and one point.
High School: Attended E.E. Ilka Campos Vargos in Brazil and played soccer.
Personal: International Business major...nicknamed "Guga"...aspires to own his own business...born November 13, 1980 in Brazil...son of Eda and Turibio Alencar.
Alencar's Career Stats