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Position: Midfielder/Forward
Age:40    2/26/1974
Height:6' 0"
Hometown: Vancouver, British Columbia

Giuliano Oliviero's Biography

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2012-13: Stats

2009-10: Named Second Team All-MISL. Reached milestone of 1000 career points.

2008-09: Led XSL with 20 assists. Season-high 8 points against Chicago on Dec. 31 (3 2PG, 2A). Finished with 40 points, second on the team. XSL Offensive Player of the Month for December.

Pro career: First began to play professional soccer with the Edmonton Brickmen in 1990. Four-time league all-star in his second stint with the Wave. Has at least 10 goals and 10 assists in each of his seven seasons since returning to the Wave in 2003-04. Sixth on the Wave's all-time goals scored list (151) and fifth on 2-point goals scored (108). Scored hat trick and added two assists in championship-clinching Game 2 of 2004-05 MISL Championship Series. Well-traveled vet has played with eight outdoor teams and four indoor teams since debuting professionally with outdoor A-League’s Edmonton Brickmen in 1990. Other outdoor teams were London Lazers, Winnipeg Fury, Vancouver 86ers, Montreal Impact, Staten Island Vipers, Toronto Lynx and Wave United. A-League Rookie of the Year in 1995. Runner-up for NPSL’s Rookie of the Year Award in 1995-96. Tallied 89 points with 24 assists for the Wave that year. Three MISL Championsips with the Wave.

International career: Played for Canadian U-20 National Team in 1991 and 92, Canadian National Team (1995) and Canadian Olympic Team. Selected for Canadian national beach soccer team this summer.

College career: Led University of British Columbia to Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union national title in 1992 and runner-up finish in 1993.

Community: Director of Coaching for SC Waukesha, Head Varsity Boys Coach for Waukesha West High School. Site Director for Wave Summer Soccer Camps.

Personal: Guiliano lives in Menomonee Falls with wife Tracy and children Xavier and Capri. Giuliano Oliviero from Vancouver, British Columbia led University of British Columbia to Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union national title in 1992 and runner-up finish in 1993.Played for Canadian U-20 National Team in 1991 and 92, Canadian National Team (1995) and Canadian Olympic Team. Selected for Canadian national beach soccer team this summer. First began to play professional soccer with the Edmonton Brickmen in 1990. Four-time league all-star in his second stint with the Wave. Has at least 10 goals and 10 assists in each of his seven seasons since returning to the Wave in 2003-04. Sixth on the Wave's all-time goals scored list (151) and fifth on 2-point goals scored (108). Scored hat trick and added two assists in championship-clinching Game 2 of 2004-05 MISL Championship Series In 2009-10 he was named Second Team All-MISL and he reached milestone of 1000 career points. Director of Coaching for SC Waukesha, Head Varsity Boys Coach for Waukesha West High School. Site Director for Wave Summer Soccer Camps.

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