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5 Bruce Olivier

2016: Team captain...Appeared in 17 games and started 14 for 1,399 minutes…Scored a game-winning goal against Liberty (11/6) in the opening round of the Big South Tournament to help the Blue Hose advance to the semifinals for the first time in program history…Had six shots, including three on goal for a .500 shots-on-goal percentage.

2015: Started and played in 16 games ... Logged a team-best 1,445 minutes om the back line of the defense ... Took three shots and put three shots on goal ... Generated shots at Georgia Southern (9/2), against USC Upstate (9/5) and against Georgia State (9/22).

Milligan College: Played every minute of every game his two years there ... Multiple defensive player of the week conference honors ... Was named as the team MVP both years.

High School: Played center back for Wesleyan Academy ... Won back-to-back state championships junior and senior year ... Was the captian of the team senior year when they when the wrapped up an undefeated season ... Named to the all-tournament, all-region and all-state teams his senior year ... Complied a 47-1 record in two seasons.

Personal: Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, June 5, 1994 ... Son of Michael and Rita Olivier ... He credits Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra and Lionel Messi as his biggest athletic influence to be a great defender and work extremely hard ...  Bruce chose PC for a great academy opportunity in a great conference ... Majoring in accounting.

Position: Defender
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
City/State: Johannesburg, South Africa
High School: Wesleyan Academy