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Leo Toledo Jr.

School

Mercer University

Position
Forward/Midfield
Major
Higher Education Leadership

Classroom

Toledo Jr. has worked equally as hard on the pitch and in the classroom. He is currently pursuing his third degree from Mercer, a masters in higher education leadership, after earning an undergraduate degree in marketing in December of 2019 with a 3.66 GPA. Toledo Jr. continued his academic career by earning his Masters of Business Administration with a 3.60 GPA last December.

He has been a member of the Dean’s List every semester and has garnered three Academic All-Southern Conference Team selections. Additionally, Toledo Jr. was named to the Scholar All-South Region Team by the United Soccer Coaches in 2019.

Following his playing career, Toledo Jr. intends to pursue a career in finance.

Character

Toledo Jr. has led by example throughout his collegiate career, both on and off the pitch. Being a team leader has shown him that with hard work and a willingness to work together with integrity, you can achieve great feats of success.

Community

Toledo Jr. has volunteered his time into creating a better community in middle Georgia during his time at Mercer.

He has worked with the Miracle League, as well as at shelters.

Competition

Toledo Jr. has been a vital member of a Bears team that has won five of the last six Southern Conference titles. Throughout his career, he has played in 61 games while being penciled into the starting lineup 60 times. Toledo Jr. has totaled 41 points on 11 goals and 19 assists, including four game-winning goals. He is currently tied for third in career assists.

Toledo Jr. has been named an All-SoCon performer three times in his career, earning all-freshman team recognition in 2017, first team honors in 2018, and second team accolades in 2019. He was also named to the all-tournament team in 2019 after aiding the Bears to the SoCon Tournament title. Additionally, his conference-leading eight assists in 2018 tied the fourth-most for a Mercer player in a single season in the program’s history.