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Ogden City SC Announces Four Players

OgdenCitySC.1Sandy, Utah (April 4, 2019) – Ogden City Soccer Club has announced the third round of players to its roster. This week they announced the re-signing of two players, Gavin Flitton from Westminster College, and Aaron Caprio from Utah Valley University. Two new players were also announced which are Brennan Weber from University of Portland and Eric Iloski from UCLA.

Two of the four players announced this week are Utah Youth Soccer alumni. Those players are: Gavin Flitton and Aaron Caprio

Ogden City Soccer Club will continue to announce players every Thursday until May 2nd (adjusted from April 25th) on its social media platforms. Below is a bio for each player:



Gavin Flitton

Gavin is returning for a second season with OCSC and was a major force for opponents to deal with, playing 12 of 14 games and provided an assist. He is a redshirt junior at Westminster College from Kaysville, Utah.

Brennan Weber

Brennan is joining OCSC for his first season and is a senior at University of Portland where he plays as a defender.

Aaron Caprio

Aaron is re-signing for a second season with OCSC. He provided major minutes on the back line playing 10 of 14 games and looks to pick up where he left off. Aaron is a redshirt senior for Utah Valley University. He is recovering from an injury he sustained in UVU’s first match of the season, but before that was a two-time Academic All-WAC team. He also played with RSL’s U-17 team in high school.

Eric Iloski

Appeared in and started 17 games as a true sophomore for UCLA. He totaled 1,375 minutes of action, sixth-most on the team. He also recorded three assists on the year and was named as an All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention for a second time. He is the older brother to previously announced Milan Iloski.