As a Sophomore (2009)
One of four players to start in all 21 games ... tallied one goal and finished season with two points ... attempted 14 shots, including seven on goal ... registered first-career goal in a 3-2 overtime win against then-No. 7 Louisville (Oct. 17).
As a Freshman (2008)
Appeared in 22 games, including five starts ... tallied one assist and took six shots in 834 minutes of action ... started in NCAA Tournament wins against then-No. 12 Indiana (Dec. 6), then-No. 7 UC Irvine (Nov. 29) and Boston University (Nov. 25) ... registered first-career collegiate point with an assist in a 1-1 double overtime draw against then-No. 2 Boston College (Sept. 7) ... made first-career start in a 1-0 victory at then-No. 12 Brown (Sept. 5) ... took first-career shot in a 2-0 win versus Old Dominion (Aug. 31) ... made collegiate debut in a 1-0 win at then-No. 18 Virginia (Aug. 29).
At Coral Park
Earned four letters playing soccer for the Rams ... played center midfield ... served as team captain as a junior and senior ... named to 2007 NSCAA/adidas Boys Youth All-America team ... earned team rookie of the year honors as a freshman ... named team MVP as a junior and senior ... earned All-Dade first team honors as a junior and a senior ... played for Miami FC Kendall U18 ... was as a member of the U20 U.S. men's national team, along with Gonzalez, that compiled a 1-1-3 record in Guadalajara, Mexico, at Copa Chivas.
Pablo Oshan Battuto Punyed ... born in Miami, Fla. ... son of Juan and Marienoelle Punyed ... has three siblings, Donatto, Eduardo and Renato ... chose to come to St. John's for its great athletic and academic backgrounds ... lists his father as the person he most admires and Xavi as his favorite athlete ... aspires to play in the World Cup ... interested in majoring in sport finance or sport management.