Garth Pollonais is a retired Trinidad and Tobago football forward who played professionally in both Trinidad and the United States.Early career Pollonais grew up in Trinidad. He attended St. Augustine Senior Secondary High School where he was captain of the boys' soccer team in 1981 and the 1981 Trinidad and Tobago National High School Player of the Year. He also played for a variety of amateur teams including the Maple Soccer Club, Tacarigua United and Malt Carib Soccer Academy. In 1986, Pollonais entered Erskine College in South Carolina where he played four seasons of men's soccer. He was a four-time All-American and scored 88 career goals, adding 40 assists. He graduated in 1990 with a bachelor's degree in behavioural science and was inducted into the Erskine Hall of Fame in 2001. In addition to playing collegiate soccer in the US, Pollonais also played for the St. Petersburg Kickers during the college off season. In 1989, the Kickers won the 1989 National Challenge Cup 2–1 over Greek American AA, with Pollonais scoring the first goal of the game. In 1990, the Kickers won the National Amateur Cup.Source: Wikipedia
Christian liberal arts college in South Carolina, U.S.
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