• The most dynamic offensive weapon
  • He kicked 31 goals in just 17 games
  • Soccer at Miami-Dade & Division 1 Drexel University


He played as a defender during his first two years at Columbus, and moved to forward his final two years …. The move allowed him to become the most dynamic offensive weapon in Dade County soccer. In his senior season …. Tony broke the school record for goals in one season …. He kicked 31 goals in just 17 games  … the 31 goals were the most by any Dade County player that season. … His performance earned Tony first team all-state and first team all-dade honors

In all, he finished his Columbus career with 59 goals – really a remarkable number considering he was a  fulltime defender for two seasons. In his senior year, Tony tied the school record – held by Alonzo Highsmith — in the bench press.  Although he weighed just 160 pounds, Tony benched 365 pounds. … After Columbus, Tony played two years at Miami-Dade and two years at Division 1 Drexel University.

Today, he owns a highly successful marketing, entertainment and hospitality company.  He has two children and is very active in charity projects around South Florida – most especially with the March of Dimes.