Fernando Castellanos is a former college soccer player and graduate of Creighton University. The Raleigh, NC native began his career with the CASL Chelsea Academy and finished as the U.S. Soccer Developmental Academy National Finalist. Castellanos began his collegiate career at Tyler Junior College. In his freshman year, 2012, Castellanos appeared in 16 matches, earning the starting role in 15. He recorded 14 points, five goals and four assists, while TJC went on to win the NJCAA National Championship that year. His sophomore campaign, 2013, featured him starting in 20 matches. He tallied 25 points, ten goals and four assists. On two separate occasions Castellanos scored in three straight games. The Apaches would finish the year as national runners-up. For his junior year, Castellanos transferred to Creighton University. In his first year as a Bluejay, 2014, his junior season was plagued by injury and missed the majority of conference games. He finished the season with five points, two goals and an assist. In his senior year, 2015, Castellanos scores three goals and recorded six assists, tallying 12 points.
Get to know Fernando
If you didn’t play soccer, what would you play? Bowling
Who is your favorite soccer player? Andres Iniesta
What is your favorite cartoon? Tom and Jerry
If you had to describe yourself as an animal, what would it be? Hyena