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Leonardo Tillemont
Leonardo TillemontTillemont, Leonardo
#1 - GK - 6'2" - 180
April 3, 1987 - Salvador, Brazil ()

Leonardo “Leo” Tillemont joins the Rochester Lancers after helping FC Leones win the Puerto Rico Soccer League championship in 2011 with fellow Lancer Mauricio Salles. Leo was named the Playoff MVP after the Lions run to a title to finish up his rookie pro outdoor season. Leo is a native of Salvador, Brazil.

Professional

Leonardo "Leo" Tillemont joins the Rochester Lancers after helping FC Leones win the Puerto Rico Soccer League championship in 2011 with fellow Lancer Mauricio Salles. Leo was named the Playoff MVP after the Lions run to a title to finish up his rookie pro outdoor season. The championship game went to the penalty kick round after being tied 1-1 where Leo stopped to pk‘s to preserve the Lions‘ win.

College and amateur

Prior to played to FC Leones, Leo attended Salem International in Salem, West Virginia. Leo was a three-year starter for the Tigers. In his second year with Salem, leo broke an NCAA record for saves per game with 14. The record had previously stood since 1981.

Personal

Leo is the son of Antonio and Zilda Tillemont. He has and older brother Evandro and two younger sisters, Bruna and Bia. Leo is a native of Salvador, Brazil.

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