Agassiz, BC (Agassiz Secondary)
5th year (Business)
Parent’s names: Anne & Frank
Jason started one of the three games he dressed for this year and scored once after having dressed for only one match last year. He played soccer this summer for West Vancouver United U21 team in the Knight Soccer League, Premiere Division. Jason was his team’s leading goal scorer from U16 to U18 and tied for the leading goal scorer in the PCSL in 2013. Jason is one of four members of the WolfPack who are graduating this year and he is a 2017-18 U Sports Academic All Canadian. His greatest sports moment came when he was a rookie with the WolfPack; they finished with the silver medal at the CCAA Soccer Nationals in New Brunswick. His favourite visiting field is Trinity Western because of its natural grass. If Jason had to choose a different varsity team to be a part of, he would likely choose the cross country team as he likes to run. He says the best thing about being a varsity athlete at TRU is the environment, saying, “Even when we are working hard we are having fun.” Jason enjoys giving back to his community and enjoys the Toys 4 Kids toy drive because it feels good to be giving to those who usually don’t get toys for Christmas. If Jason could take only three items to a deserted island, he would take a loudspeaker, a yacht, and the boys so they could have “a solid beach day”. Jason’s cousin Jordyn Huitema is the youngest player on Canada’s National women’s soccer team. Jason likes trap music and his favourite artist is Mos Def. His favourite number is nine and he enjoys hiking, spending time with his friends, and dancing.