|High School:||Frisco Lone Star|
2018: Started eight of the 15 games he appeared in… Tied for third on the team in goals (3) and points (7)… Two of his goals were game winners – vs. George Mason and Army... Tallied an assist in the win at Bryant.
2017: Led the team in goals (3) and tied for the team lead in points (7)... Scored the game-winning goal in 1-0 victory over Princeton in the season finale...Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week after scoring a goal and adding an assist in victory over Howard.
Note: Ranked as No. 141 recruit by Top Drawer Soccer
High School: Played in his freshman and sophomores years at Jesuit College Prep… Voted by teammates Freshman Player of the Year… Recognized as District 9-6A Newcomer of the Year and District 9-6A First Team.
Club: Full time player for the U-18 FC Dallas Academy… Scored nine goals in his first nine games in spring of 2017… Club was 2017 U-19 Dallas Cup Super Group champion, only second American team to ever win it… Club was the 2016 Champion of Aspire Tri-Series in Doha, Qatar, defeating Leicester City FC and Aspire Academy… In 2015-16, scored 11 goals in 19 games started… Club was the USSDA national champion… Scored the winning goal vs. LA Galaxy in the championship game.
ODP: North Texas State team player from 2012-15… Pool player for Region III 99 from 2013-15.
Academic Awards: Recipient of the LSHS Academic Letter Award… Recognition of Excellence displayed in AP US History course.
Personal: Son of Aldo and Rocio Quevedo.
3 QUESTIONS FOR QUEVEDO
Biggest soccer influences and why?
“My biggest influence has been my Academy coach Luchi Gonzalez. A former pro, he is one of the wisest managers I have played under and has developed me into a student of the game. A forward himself, he was able to teach me things that only could be known through experience and also taught us as a team to watch the game differently. Now every time I watch games, details like movements off the ball and organization catch my eye more than before, inspiring me want to replicate them in games. I have also learned many things that transcend soccer, as from the beginning he has truly believed in me as a player and person. This belief led into developing a strong self-confidence in myself and never backing down from opportunity. This, in addition to teaching me to never be comfortable and always seek more, makes him someone I will be forever grateful for.”
Do you have an idol or hero?
“My hero off the field has to be Ernesto Zedillo. Born in a humble Mexico City home, he pursued his passion for economics and global development, receiving his Ph.D. from Yale in 1981. A champion of the people, he returned to become a very successful politician, eventually becoming President of Mexico. For all his contributions to the economic and political systems in my cultural home as well as general doctrines, he is a true hero of mine. Soccer-wise, someone I really look up to is Pep Guardiola. Not particularly a fan of Barcelona, Bayern Munich, or Manchester City, I am absolutely overtaken by his ability to bring the best out of players and to out-think opponents. In his book over his first season at Bayern, he speaks extensively about his attention to detail and always wanting more success. I believe his perfectionist attitude and revolutionary tactics make him one of the most influential managers in the history of the sport.”
“The lessons learned at Yale University will be ones I will carry with me throughout my life. Whether it will be bonding with my brothers on the field as we bring success back to the program or opening my mind to a whole new school of thought, I am confident this is the place where I can continue developing the best. Also, I truly believe in the vision Coach Stannard has for the side and can’t wait to hit the ground running and compete for Ivy League and NCAA titles.
|Oct 13||at Cornell||W, 2-1|
|Oct 16||at Army West Point||W, 2-1|
|Oct 20||Penn||T, 1-1|
|Oct 27||Columbia||L, 2-1|
|Nov 3||at Brown||L, 1-0|
|Nov 10||Princeton||W, 1-0|
|Aug 31||Niagara||W, 1-0||1||0||0||0||2||.000||0-0||0|
|Sep 3||Fairfield||L, 2-1||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Sep 7||at Howard||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Sep 9||at Georgetown||L, 3-1||-||0||0||0||0||-||0-0||0|
|Sep 14||Michigan St.||T, 2-2||-||0||0||0||1||.000||0-0||0|
|Sep 18||at Bryant||W, 4-0||-||0||1||1||1||.000||0-0||0|
|Sep 21||George Mason||W, 2-1||1||1||0||2||2||.500||0-0||1|
|Sep 23||at Fairleigh Dickinson||W, 1-0||1||0||0||0||1||.000||0-0||0|
|Sep 29||at Harvard||L, 1-0||1||0||0||0||1||.000||0-0||0|
|Oct 6||at Dartmouth||T, 1-1||-||1||0||2||4||.250||0-0||0|
|Oct 9||Vermont||L, 3-0||1||0||0||0||0||-||0-0||0|
|Oct 13||at Cornell||W, 2-1||1||0||0||0||2||.000||0-0||0|
|Oct 16||at Army West Point||W, 2-1||-||1||0||2||3||.333||0-0||1|
|Oct 20||Penn||T, 1-1||1||0||0||0||1||.000||0-0||0|
|Oct 27||Columbia||L, 2-1||1||0||0||0||3||.000||0-0||0|
|Nov 3||at Brown||L, 1-0||-||0||0||0||2||.000||0-0||0|
|Nov 10||Princeton||W, 1-0||-||0||0||0||0||-||0-0||0|