Salvatores Old Fashioned Pizzeria
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Dick Ide Familiy of Dealerships
Dunkin Donuts
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Stokes & Visca, CPA

Holiday Inn, Rochester Airport Zweigles Total Sports Experience
Valenti Sports World Gym Doug Miller Family Sports Park Dr. Vincent Vella, DDS
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Juan Pablo 'JP' Reyes
Juan Pablo 'JP' ReyesReyes, Juan Pablo 'JP'
#5 - D - 6'0" - 165
August 2, 1985 - Guayaquil, Ecuador (Ecuador)

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Relationship status
Favorite TV show(s)
house, house of cards, friends
Favorite movie(s)
a Bronx tale, above the rim, Aladdin
Most recent movie seen
Favorite Music/Artist/Band(s)
Favorite Book/Author(s)
The alchemist
Most recent book read
Alex ferguson biography
Favorite quote
"Life is a hypocrite if I cant live the way it moves me" - John Eldredge
Favorite sports other than soccer (playing)
Favorite sports other than soccer (watching)
Favorite sports team(s)
Da Bears, Bulls, Cubs, baby!
Favorite vacation location
Manta, Ecuador
Favorite city that you've lived in
Favorite color
Favorite food/restaurant
Ceviche (homemade)
Food that I shouldn't like so much... but I do
Ramen Noodles
The strangest food you've ever eaten
Who is/was your most influential coach and/or mentor? Why?
Jim Griffin and Axel Lopez because they put up with me
Who was your favorite soccer player growing up?
Ronaldo, Zidane Van Nistelroy
Favorite soccer team to watch?
Visca barca
Why do you wear your jersey number?
I like it
Do you have any pre-game superstitions or rituals? What are they?
Which opposing player/team do you have the most respect for?
Milwaukee Wave, Ian Bennett
Which teammate do you share a hotel room with on road trips?
Andrew Hoxie
Does he have any habits that annoy you or strike you as strange?
He's a cool dude
If I weren't playing soccer, I would probably be...
saving the world
You just won $10 million! What do you do first? What do you do next?
Support my family then support the unfortunate
When I'm not playing or practicing with the Lancers, you'll probably find me...
at Barnes and noble people watching
Name some of your role models (athletes)
Eric Vazquez
Role models (non-athletes)
Something my fans/teammates would be surprised to find out about me
I love showers
You can cast any actor, dead or alive, to play you in a film about your life. Who would you cast in the role? Why?
Robert Downing Jr, Why? Great actor
If you could meet one person, dead or alive, who would it be? Why?
What grinds your gears? Your pet-peeves
Lack of work ethic and compassion
Do you have a nickname?
Juanpi, Jpizzle
Most embarrassing moment
Celebrating a goal I just scored with the wrong bench
Most triumphant moment
NISL final 2009
What is the biggest sporting event you've attended?
Any USA match I've been to in Chicago
How many Facebook friends do you have? Twitter followers?
1096 on Facebook
Who is the person who has inspired you most in your lifetime?
My mom
What is the one thing you would change about yourself or the world, if you could?
The world would be more positive and education and myself probably the same thing
Mac or PC?
Boxers or briefs?
Smart or "dumb" phone?
Smart phones are making us dumber
Google or Bing?
Blondes or brunettes?
Hmm great question blonde
Car, truck or SUV?

Pro Indoor

Reyes returned to the Lancers for the first time since his 2011-12 stint with the team.  His 11 blocks landed him in the top five on the team in that category.  With still a lot of soccer left in his career, the Lancers look forward to another strong season in the back from JP Reyes.

Reyes was on the inaugural Lancers team in 2011 recording 7 games with the teams and three blocks. He would later return to the Lancers. The same year Reyes would sign with the Syracuse Silver Knights. Reyes spent time playing with the MISL’s Orlando Sharks during the 2007-08 season.

Pro Outdoor

Reyes spent the 2008 season with the USL 1st Division season with the Rochester Rhinos. While playing for the Rhinos, Reyes appeared in three regular season games with Rochester and one U.S. Open Cup match for Rochester. Reyes took some time out after the Rhinos and returned to play in 2010 for the Central Florida Kraze of the USL’s Premier Development League. He made his debut appearance of the season on June 24th against the Bradenton Academics.


Reyes grew up in Florida, attended William R. Boone High School where he was an All State soccer player and played club soccer for the Ajax American soccer club. He did not play college soccer, however, Reyes did play in the USL Premier Development League for the Cocoa Expos in 2006 and for the Central Florida Kraze in 2007.

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