2018: Played in 19 games, starting 17, for 1579 minutes ... Collected one goal and one assist for three points ... Seven of his eight shots were on goal (.875).
2017: Played in 13 games starting 10 of them for 998 minutes... scored one goal... member of PC's first Big South Championship and NCAA Tournament Appearance.
2016: Started all 20 games for the Blue Hose, logging 1,823 minutes…Took 11 shots, placing one on target for a .091 shots-on-goal percentage.
Bio: Transfer from Rhode Island … Played and started in four games before suffering a season ending injury … A Quebec Cup Finalists from 2012-2014 … Defender of the Year in 2014 and Athlete of the Year in 2012 … Commissioner's Honor Roll at URI … Participated in the Canadian U17 and U20 Youth National Team Camps.
Why Yacine Chose Presbyterian: “I chose PC because I want to make massive strides in my development on and off the field and help push PC Soccer to the elites.”