Former MonU player and current George Washington Colonial, Joshua Yuasits, strikes an eerily similar pose in these 2 images.
Joshua finished his junior year for the Colonials this past season, starting in 16 games, while playing in all 17. He was part of a defensive unit that notched 5 shutouts.
Current MonU coach Tim Foster, who coached the MonU Cobras, has nothing but praise for Joshua:
“I had the pleasure of coaching Joshua Yurasits for his entire travel soccer career from U-9-college. Josh was the Mon U “Competitive Player of the Year” in 2016 and is one of the most talented and dedicated soccer players I have ever coached. He never missed a training session or a game and as our team Captain, he led by example though his tireless work ethic and commitment to soccer. He was very respected by his peers and was known for his crafty left foot which was lethal from all set pieces. When Josh wasn’t serving balls in the box from the left flank he was often on the end of crosses as his ability to finish with his head was unmatched. He also had some of the fastest feet I have ever seen pulling off jaw dropping moves and ridiculous skill during our very competitive training sessions. Josh will always be remembered in my mind as one of the best players to ever wear the Mon U crest.”