Members of the 2015 graduating class were honored and the team's annual award winners were announced.
The Friars carry a 1-0-0 BIG EAST record into Saturday night's contest.
The Friars will play Seton Hall at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday at Glay Field.
The unbeaten Friars carry a 5-0-2 record to Charlottesville, Va.
The Friars carry a 4-0-2 record to Boston.
2014: Played in one game for the Friars.
2013: Did not play in a game for the Friars.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Competed for four years on Kearny High School's varsity soccer team ... Captained team for two years ... Named first team All-County ... Played club soccer for Kearny United and Ironbound S.C.
PERSONAL: Son of Walter and Elisa Huacon ... Has one brother, Walter Jr. ... Favorite player is Lionel Messi ... Favorite team is Manchester United ... Finance major.
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