King’s Men’s Soccer have signed standout their first defensive player, landing Jai Willox of Sydney, NS. Cunsolo Willox brings a wealth of experience cultivated at Club and high school levels. A member of Cape Breton Football Club, Cunsolo Willox has reached three provincial finals with CBFC. Captaining the U-18 side since 2019, Cunsolo Willox was named the club’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2018 and was invited to participate in the Nova Scotia All-Star games in 2019 & 2021.
Consulo Willox has also had success at the high school level, helping the Riverview High School Ravens to three regional banners and a provincial final while earning Rookie of the Year honours in 2018.
“I chose King’s because it is an amazing university that really focuses on student learning and success. I like the small class sizes, and the opportunity to connect with a close-knit group of students,” says Cunsolo Willox. “I am excited for the opportunity to extend my studies of math and science in Halifax and begin the next stage of life. I am extremely excited to be given the opportunity to play for the Blue Devils, and look forward to supporting the team and hopefully helping them win the ACAA championship!”
“Jai is a cerebral leader on the field and an excellent student. He has a laser focus about him that we expect to positively contribute our team culture for years to come.” says head coach, Jamie McGinnis. “We are very excited for him to join our program and realize his potential.”
Cunsolo Willox, who has an interest in Math, Chemistry, and Physics, will pursue a Bachelors of Science at King’s.
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