Cyle Larin
Cyle  Larin


Brampton, Ontario

High School:
St. Edmund Campien

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 190




Larin Selected as MLS Rookie of the Year

The former UConn striker compiled 17 goals in his first season for Orlando City


Four UConn Players Take Home Major Conference Awards On Thursday

The Connecticut coaching staff was also recognized by the American Athletic Conference


Awuah And Larin Push UConn Past Tulsa, 2-0

Connecticut held its opponent to just five shots for the second straight match


Nerwinski, Coly Earn Weekly Conference Honors

Goalkeeper Jacob Wagmeister was also named to the Honor Roll


No. 21 UConn Falls to Wake Forest, 2-1, In Overtime

Goalkeeper Jacob Wagmeister recorded a career-high six saves in the setback


UConn vs SMU

UConn vs SMU Men's Soccer


UConn vs Tulsa

UConn v Tulsa Men's Soccer


UConn vs Stony Brook

UConn vs Stony Brook Men's Soccer


UConn vs Quinnipiac

UConn vs Quinnipiac Men's Soccer


UConn vs Quinnipiac

UConn vs Quinnipiac Men's Soccer NCAA

AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Appeared in 16 games (started 15), finishing with a team-leading 21 points and nine goals... Named the American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year after ending the season first in the league in game-winning goals (3), goals per game (0.56) and points per game (1.31)... Earned All-Conference First Team honors and also tallied three assists in 2014... His points per game ranked 29th nationally and his nine goals were the 40th-best mark among Division I players... Was named to the 2014 MAC Hermann Watch List in August... Matched a career-high with two goals in UConn's 5-0 win over Temple in the American Athletic Conference quarterfinal round... Earned a spot on the Conference All-Preseason Team... Finished the year with 63 shots and 28 shots on goal... Scored a goal in each of UConn's first four games of the season.

AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Started 22 of 23 games for UConn, logging 1,721 minutes of action... Named the American Athletic Conference Rookie of the Year after leading the Huskies with 14 goals... Earned a spot on the NSCAA All-Northeast Second Team and the Soccer America All-Freshman First Team... His 14 goals were the sixth highest total for any player in the NCAA and his 0.61 goals per game was the 17th-best mark in the country... Named the TopDrawerSoccer.com Freshman of the Year... Earned Conference All-Rookie Team honors... Named the Conference Rookie of the Week Three Times and was on the Honor Roll once after scoring a goal against Central Florida (Oct. 5)... Finished the year with five game-winners and three assists.

PRIOR TO UCONN: Competed for St. Edmund Campion High School in Brampton, Ontario ... Helped the team to three OFSAA Championship while scoring the most goals on his team during his final three seasons ... Named team captain of Brampton High.

PERSONAL: An exploratory major ... Born April 17, 1995