Steven Echevarria
Steven  Echevarria


Slate Hill, N.Y.

High School:
Don Bosco Prep

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 145



No. 1 Wake Forest's Season Ends in Quarterfinal

Third-ranked Stanford defeated the Demon Deacons in the NCAA Quarterfinal, 2-0.


No. 1 Deacs Battle Orange to Scoreless Draw

Wake Forest posted its fifth-consecutive shutout on Senior Night at Spry Stadium.


Offense Explodes As No. 2 Deacs Beat Longwood, 8-0

Wake Forest scored eight goals for the first time since 2008, as seven different Deacs found the back of the net.


No. 2 Wake Forest Outlasts No. 6 Clemson in Double OT

Steven Echevarria put away the game-winner in the 103rd minute to lead the Deacs to a 3-2 victory over the Tigers.


No. 4 Deacs Top Wolfpack behind Second-Half Surge

Wake Forest scored three goals in a span of less than eight minutes, including two within 20 seconds to beat NC State, 3-0.


#DeacsInSpain: Men's Soccer Visits Spain - Trip Recap

Check out the one-stop spot to relive Wake Forest's 2016 spring break trip to Madrid and Barcelona from March 4 to March 13.


NCAA Rd. 3: #1 Wake Forest 2, #19 Butler 0

The Demon Deacons clinched a berth in the NCAA quarterfinal with a 2-0 win over the Bulldogs on Nov. 26.


ACC SF: No. 1 Wake Forest 2, No. 5 Clemson 1

The Demon Deacons advanced to their second-straight ACC Championship game with a 2-1 victory over the Tigers in the semis.


No. 2 Wake Forest 3, No. 6 Clemson 2 (2 OT)

The Demon Deacons took down the Tigers in double overtime on a Steven Echevarria game-winner to stay perfect in ACC play.


No. 4 Wake Forest 2, Pittsburgh 0

The Demon Deacons improved to 2-0 in ACC play and 6-1 overall with a 2-0 victory over Pittsburgh on Homecoming.


National Championship: Wake Forest vs. Stanford

Wake Forest vs. Denver December 11, 2016

Steven Echevarria

Career Summary
Steven Echevarria helped Wake Forest to a 65-15-9 record in his four seasons, including three trips to the NCAA Quarterfinals, back-to-back ACC titles and a berth in the College Cup final in 2016 ... He played in 79 career games and made 32 starts, totaling 20 points on seven goals and six assists.

2017 (Senior)
Set new career-highs in goals (four), assists (three) and points (11), also scoring the first two game-winners of his career ... Served as a team captain ... Netted the game-winner over ACC foe Pitt (Sept. 16) and scored again in a win at NC State (Sept. 23) ... Scored a double-overtime winner against No. 6 Clemson (Sept. 29) ... Added a goal and assist against Longwood (Oct. 10) for his first-ever three-point effort ... Played in all 23 games and made 17 starts, including the final 12 games of the season ... Took a total of 20 shots, 11 of them on target.

2016 (Junior)
Played in 24 of 25 games throughout the season and started 10 games ... Tallied two goals with one assist for three points ... Notched the first goal of the game against Cal Poly (Aug. 28) and scored the third goal of the ACC Championship game against Clemson (Nov. 13) that helped Wake Forest to its first tournament title in 27 years ... Assisted on Tane Gent's 90th-minute goal against Appalachian State (Sept. 6) in the Deacs' 3-0 victory at home over the Mountaineers.

2015 (Sophomore)
Appeared in 20 games with two starts, one of which came against Indiana (11/29) in the NCAA Championship Sweet 16 ... Finished the season with one goal and two assists for four points ... Scored his lone goal of the year against Pittsburgh (9/12) in Wake Forest's 4-0 rout of the Panthers ... Tallied assists on the season against FIU (8/30) and Notre Dame (10/23) ... Was consistently one of the first subs off the bench for Wake Forest, earning 620 minutes of action throughout the year.

2014 (Freshman)
Impact freshman who made three starts and played in 12 games ... Made his collegiate debut against No. 4 UCLA (8/29) in the season opener ... Started against No. 7 Cal (8/31) ... Got the start at No. 4 Syracuse (10/10) ... Recorded a shot against Boston College (10/17) and vs. Howard (10/21) ... Played against Clemson (11/9) in the ACC Tournament.

A four-star recruit by Top Drawer Soccer ... Ranked as the 42nd-best player in his class and the 14th-best midfielder ... Was a member of the United States Under-17 Residency Program ... Plays for the New York Red Bulls Academy and has played with the New York Red Bulls Reserves ... Has twice won the US Soccer Academy Championship with New York