Photos from Boston University men's soccer team's 2-1 defeat at No. 1 North Carolina. Credit: Jeffrey Camarati
AS A SENIOR IN 2012
Became the first-ever Terrier to earn a fourth America East All-Conference First Team award ... Also the fourth in school history to receive a fourth All-Northeast Region award ... Started in all 18 games...Recorded an assist at Stony Brook (Oct. 5) and against Harvard (Oct. 16) ... Scored goals in back-to-back games against Hartford (Sept. 29) and Adelphi (Oct. 2) ... Recorded three points (1 goal, 1 assist) in win over Holy Cross (Sept. 18) ... Handed out an assist against No. 1 UNC (Sept. 2).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2010
Became just the sixth player in BU history to be named to the First Team All-America East squad three times ... Also received his third All-Region accolade ... Appeared in 14 games, starting 13 ... Tallied two goals and four assists for six points ... Scored against UMass and Albany ... Tallied two assists against Binghamton ... Finished season t-10th all-time at BU for assists with 23 total ... Ranked third on the team for shot attempts with 41 ... Helped the Terriers shut out six opponents.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009
Named to America East All-Conference First Team ... Led team with 10 assists and added two goals ... One of seven Terriers to start all 18 games ... Recorded four points with a goal and two assists in 3-2 win at Albany on Oct. 31 ... Assisted on two goals, including the game-winner, in 3-0 win over Stony Brook on Oct. 3 ... Assisted on game-winning goal at No. 12 Connecticut on Sept. 5 ... Tallied two assists in 3-0 win over Providence on Sept. 7 ... Scored a goal against New Hampshire on Oct. 7 ... Logged a goal and four assists in four-game point streak from Sept. 26-Oct. 7 ... Assisted on Aaron O'Neal's goal at Binghamton on Oct. 16.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008
Had a standout season, earning both national and conference honors in the process ... Named America East Midfielder and Rookie of the Year, becoming the fourth-ever player in league history to receive multiple accolades in the same season ... Was only one of two players to be an unanimous All-America East First Team selection ... Named a Second Team Freshman All-American by Soccer America ... Also placed on the NSCAA All-Northeast region squad ... Finished the season ranked third and 15th in the NCAA with a 0.47 assist per game average, which was the top mark among all freshman in the nation ... Recorded nine assists, third in the league, and a league-high five assists during conference play ... Finished second on the team with 13 points and 41 shots ... Scored first goal against Harvard and then recorded the game-winner against Stony Brook ... Assisted on game-winners against Colgate, Binghamton, UMBC and Hartford.
BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Four-year captain at Chelsea High School in Massachusetts ... Four-time Commonwealth League champion ... Three-time league all-star and MVP ... Named New England All-Scholastic and Boston Globe All-Scholastic as a senior ... Awarded the John and Abigail Adams scholarship.
Born Sept. 21, 1989 ... Son of Nicolas Bustamante and Maria Lopez ... Has one older sister, Sandra ... Majoring in business administration.