UC SANTA BARBARA
Was one of only three Gauchos to appear in all 25 games during the team's national championship season...Made a total of seven starts with all but two coming during a five-game stretch (10/14-11/1)...His only goal of the season came in the 84th minute to lift Santa Barbara to a 1-0 victory over visiting Loyola Marymount (9/15)...It was UCSB's first win against the Lions since 1995 and the first in head coach Tim Vom Steeg's career...Ranked fifth on the squad with three assists, two of which came on game-winning goals in consecutive 1-0 victories over UC Davis (10/18) and Cal State Fullerton (10/21)...The other came in the Gauchos' 2-0 win over Central Coast rival Cal Poly in their Big West opener (9/5).
Battling an injury for the early part of the season, Proctor appeared in 17 games for the Gauchos...His four starts came in UCSB's last four matches, including the NCAA Tournament contests with San Diego State and Cal State Northridge...The Gauchos went 3-1 in those games, outscoring their opponents 9-4...Led the team with a .667 shot on goal percentage...In his first appearance of 2005, he chipped in with an assist on UCSB's fourth goal just before the final horn in a 4-0 win against UC Riverside (9/18)...Put on a show against the Highlanders again (11/9), this time one-touching a cross past the keeper to give the Gauchos an early 1-0 lead before assisting on what became the game-winner eight minutes later in a 3-1 victory...The game was also the first of his four starts...Recorded assists on the game-winner against the Aztecs (11/19) in the Gauchos' 2-0 win and on UCSB's second goal in the 3-2 season-ending loss to the Matadors (11/22).
Proctor tied for third on the team with 24 matches played, setting a UCSB record along with teammate Tyler Rosenlund, for most matches played in a season by a freshman...His 24 matches played were the most by any non-starter on the squad...With his speed and ability to stretch opponents' defenses, the Gauchos outscored the opposition 13-1 in the four matches he started...Assisted on two goals over the course of the season, including on the game-winner against Seton Hall (9/10)...Tied for the lead among reserves with two goals, netting his first career goal at Cal Poly (10/9) and recording his second with a spectacular shot against Virginia Commonwealth in the NCAA Elite 8 (12/4).
A member of Canada's U-17 National Team with which he has earned six international caps...Proctor has netted two goals in international competition for Canada...Earned a Provincial All-Star National Championship for British Columbia alongside former teammates Myles Davis and Tyler Rosenlund...Also won a national championship on the club side with Burnaby FC...Winning the two national championships are among his most memorable sporting moments.
Attended Alpha Secondary School where he played forward and center midfield...He also played lacrosse for the Aztecs and earned two provincial and one national championship at the junior national level.
Andrew Proctor was born July 30, 1986 in North Vancouver, British Columbia...Majoring in sociology at UCSB...When he is not playing soccer he can be found sleeping or hanging out with friends...He cannot do without his computer...Roots for the Premiership's Arsenal...Would love to play alongside his favorite athlete Thierry Henry...Enjoys watching "Family Guy" and the movie "Fubar"...His favorite video game is "Golden Eye"...Likes to read "Maxim" magazine...His favorite books are Boys of Winter
and Friday Night Lights
...Harder Stadium is his favorite stadium to play in...Before every game he takes a nap and tries to relax...Can best be described as funny...Has an older sister, Mhari...Son of Keith and Lynne Proctor.