Player Profile

Matt Eronemo

19 Defender

Nationality :United States
Date Of Birth :11/12/1989
Height :173cm
Weight :180lbs
  • DFPosition
  • 11Games Played
  • 981Minutes Played
  • 11Starts
  • Substitution On
  • 1Substitution Off
  • 64Passes
  • 78.8%Passing Accuracy
  • 87%Passing Accuracy opp. Half
  • 15Duels Won
  • 22Duels Lost
  • 36%Duels Won (%)
  • 7Aerial Duels Won
  • 6Aerial Duels Lost
  • 51%Aerial Duels Won (%)
  • 7Recoveries
  • 1Tackles Won
  • Tackles Lost
  • 100%Tackles Won (%)
  • 5Clearances
  • 3Blocks
  • 1Interceptions
  • 3Penalties Conceded
  • 2Fouls Won
  • 1Fouls Conceded
  • 1Yellow Cards
  • 1Red Cards
  • 3Goals
  • Penalty Goals
  • 230Minutes Per Goal
  • 5Total Shots On Target
  • 7Total Shots Off Target
  • 45.6%Shooting Accuracy
  • 3Successful Crosses
  • 2Unsuccessful Crosses
  • 66.8%Successful Crosses (%)
  • Assists
  • 4Chances Created
  • 1Penalties Won
  • 3Offsides

Matt, 28, rejoins the Pumas’ active squad after taking a year off in 2017 when he served as Kitsap’s strength and conditioning coach. He has the versatility to slot in at center back or right back.

Matt played all 270 minutes for the Pumas during their U.S. Open Cup run in 2016, but missed last season with a knee injury.

Matt featured for the Kitsap Pumas this season at both right back and center back as the Pumas finished 2015 with an impressive record of 10-1-2 in PDL play, claiming their second straight Northwest Divisional title and Ruffneck Cup.

Matt started 14 games in all competitions for the Pumas and scored a crucial goal off a corner kick when the Pumas faced divisional foes the Seattle Sounders U23s at home in front of a packed Gordon Field. He was third on the team in minutes in divisional play with 981.

Growing up in the Seattle area, Matt played two seasons for Bellevue Community College (BCC) where he helped lead the Bulldogs to a NWACC Championship his second year in 2010.

His outstanding play that season earned him an NWACC All-Star team nomination as well. Following his time at BCC, Eronemo transferred to Concordia University in Portland, Oregon. Matt’s consistent play at center back for the Cavaliers over two seasons helped to build the program and culminated in leading his team to an appearance in the Sweet 16 of the NAIA National Tournament. His outstanding individual performance earned him a Second-Team All-Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC) nomination his first year and a First Team All-CCC nomination his second season in 2012.

In addition, Matt also played two seasons for divisional rivals the Puget Sound Gunners in 2013 and captained the team in 2014 before being signed by Kitsap for the 2015 campaign.