Sport: Men's Soccer & Men's Indoor Soccer
Institution: Humber College
Upon his arrival, Andrew DaSilva instantly became known as one of the best players in OCAA men's soccer, being honoured as a CCAA All-Canadian in his first outdoor season.
He continued to have his on-field play recognized the following season, capturing the top award available to a men's soccer athlete, as he was named both the OCAA and CCAA Men's Soccer Player of the Year, along with another All-Canadian nod. His best season came in 2010-11.
While capturing his third straight OCAA All-Star award, Andrew led Humber to an OCAA gold medal and CCAA bronze. He was named a CCAA Championship All-Star, and was named the Humber Male Athlete of the Year. Overall, Andrew scored 19 career goals in 29 matches.
Andrew's fine play was not limited to the outdoor pitch, as he led Humber to two OCAA indoor gold medals in the two years he competed for Ontario titles, once being named an OCAA Championship All-Star.