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WTR is reporting that Kaye will likely stay down with Wilmington and play out the USL season with the Hammerheads on an amateur contract before going back to play at York. Good enough for a thread!


#9 Mark-Anthony Kaye

Position: M
Height: 6-2
Weight: 155
Eligibility: 2
Program: Liberal Arts & Professional Studies
Academic Year: 2
Hometown: Toronto, Ont.
Previous School: 
Lawrence Park C.I.

Profile: A crafty and athletic midfielder.
2013: Earned CIS second-team all-Canadian and OUA first-team all-star honours for the first time … Started 14 games as a striker … Tied for first on the team and second in the OUA with 11 goals … Finished second on the team with 22 shots on goal … Also scored five goals in six OUA and CIS playoff games, including the OUA championship-clinching goal in the final and two in a CIS quarter-final win over Saint Mary’s … Named York male athlete of the week for the period ending Oct. 20 after scoring three goals in as many games in a trio of victories … Won OUA championship and finished fourth at the CIS tournament.
2012: Appeared in 15 games and started 10 as a rookie midfielder … Earned OUA rookie of the year award … Finished second on the team and tied for seventh in the OUA with seven goals … Scored first career goal in season-opening 4-0 win over Laurier on Sept. 1 … Recorded a hat trick in a 3-0 win over Guelph … Earned OUA athlete of the week honours for the period ending Sept. 16 … Received York’s male rookie of the year award … Won OUA bronze medal.
Club/provincial: Currently a member of the Toronto FC senior academy team … Won the OYSL championship in 2009.
High school: Participated in soccer, cross country and track and field in high school … Two-time soccer team MVP, at the senior level (2012) and junior (2009).


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Debuted for Wilmington yesterday against Orange County. Things got heated up according to the USL website:


USL PRO News Release

Sunday, August 24, 2014

TAMPA, Fla. -- The USL PRO Disciplinary Committee is in the process of gathering all of reports, statements, video, and other information regarding the altercation that took place in the late stages of last night's Orange County Blues FC vs. Wilmington Hammerheads FC game. Although the investigation will continue into the upcoming week, Eli Garner and Alex Martinez of Orange County Blues FC and Andrae Campbell of Wilmington Hammerheads FC will serve at least the mandatory minimum one-game suspension effective for the next league game. 

Further, the Committee has determined that Hammerheads player/assistant coach Matt Glaeser will be suspended for at least today's game at the LA Galaxy II. Any and all further disciplinary actions deemed necessary by the Committee will be determined at the conclusion of a thorough review process.

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