Name: David Borysewicz
Major: Criminal Justice
Sport: Men’s Soccer
Hometown: Bayshore, NY
How long have you been playing for the C.W. Post soccer team?
I have been playing for Post for four years.
Why did you choose Post?
I chose Post because I love the campus and the parties.
How do you feel about Post now?
I feel that we are shifting through gears in a sports car “Ferrari.”
What lesson(s) will you take from Post?
The lesson that I will take from Post is [that] if I work hard, it will pay off.
What is the best memory you have with the team?
The best memory I have with the team is winning the East Coast Conference title in 2009.
How do you feel Post has prepared you for your future?
Post has prepared me for the future because it has made me work hard and persevere through everything, and I’ve learned that I have to just deal with whatever comes my way.
What do you want to do after you graduate from Post?
I want to be a Suffolk County Police Officer because they make a lot of money and have great pensions.
How is the team preparing for the next round of playoffs?
The team is preparing for the next round of playoffs by living the “suite” life and working hard in practice.
What will you miss the most from Post?
What I will miss most from Post is all the friends I have made and the great wins that we have pulled off… and sipping the king juice.
David Borysewicz has been playing for the C.W. Post men’s soccer team for the past four years. He has made 59 starts over his career at C.W. Post. He also started and played in every game as a freshman in 2008. Borysewicz helped to carry the Pioneers to their post-season games in the East Coast Conference this year. The Pioneers are ranked sixth in the nation and have an overall record for the season of 16-2-1 with a 6-0-1 conference record. The team’s hopes of winning another ECC title in 2011 were dashed on Friday, November 4th, in a loss to N.Y.I.T. in the championship game.