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OSU Players in the Pros

Ottawa South United is proud of our thriving alumni players who have gone on to make a name for themselves in the game of soccer.


Godwin Addai has developed fully within OSU from U14-U18. Before signing pro with the Hawke’s Bay United football club in New Zealand, he had previously played centre midfield for Llagostera B (Spain) and Lansing United (U.S.A). Godwin was once named to the All-Conference Team during his time in the NAIA League (U.S.A). He has personally said that his toughest opponent faced in his career is his very own brother, Jeff Addai.

Jeff Addai, has followed closely in his older brother’s footsteps as he has also signed pro this year with the Ottawa Fury FC. He also had fully developed within OSU from U12-U18. He has played four years of NCAA soccer with Spring Arbor and South Carolina universities, as well as PDL with the Michigan Bucks. Jeff was a part of the Fury’s first ever playoff run this season. He had the exciting opportunity to play in the North American Soccer League championship in November 2015, against one of the most recognized pro soccer brands in North America, the New York Cosmos. 


Ndzemdzela "Zoom" Langwa was apart of OSU from 2009-2012. He was apart of the U-17 Men's National Team at the Montaigu Tournament in France in 2014, making four appearances. He joined the Vancouver Whitecaps Residency Program in August 2015, and credits OSU Coach Dave Barbier as the person who had the most influence on his soccer development



Jonathan Viscosi played with OSU from 2004-2009.
He went on to play two seasons (2009&2010) at Rio Grande University (Ohio) where in 2010, he received a NAIA MSC All-Conference First team nomination, and was a MSC Conference Tournament Champion. In 2011, he moved to the University of Buffalo for two seasons, where he was a team captain for his Junior & Senior season. In 2011, and 2012, he was the Mid-America Conference save leader with 79 saves, finishing with 7 clean sheets in two seasons at Buffalo University. In 2013, he was apart of Team Canada at the FISU World University Games in Russia, and later, signed with Tiverton Town in Southwest England to begin his soccer journey in England.
He currently plays for Southport, a team in the English National League which he transferred to on July 31st, 2015. 






Robbie Murphy played with OSU from 2008-2009.
Leaving OSU, he played for the University of Guelph for 5 seasons from 2009-10 to 2013-14, where he became the Guelph Gryphons all time leading scorer. In his first season at Guelph, he registered 5 goals, in 12 games on route to being named the OUA West Division, as well as the CIS Rookie of the year. He finished his career at Guelph University racking up 44 goals, on 123 shots, and playing 60 games (22 starts). He was a 4-time all star, and 2011-12 OUA MVP as well as the CIS Player of the year.







Kris Twardek was apart of a standout 1997 Academy team for OSU, which saw three players move on to professional careers. 
Twardek signed his first professional contract in February of 2015, with the Millwall Lions FC. He spent a year and a half with Millwall's Academy, and most recently has played games for the U21 Squad. In 2013, he represented Czech Republic, in the 2014 UEFA European Under-17 Championships. He helped the team finish with 2 wins, and 1 loss in the qualifying round playing a total of 139 minutes. In the Elite Round, he played a total of 47 minutes, and the team finished with a 1 win, and 1 loss record. He currently is putting in the time and effort at Millwall FC, to gain a spot on the Millwall FC squad.




Vana Markarian was another member of the 1997 OSU Academy team, alongside Kris Twardek. Vana joined the Vancouver Whitecaps FC in January 2014, after representing being apart of the Ontario Provincial team and Canadian U-16 National team. In 2014, he was called up to the first Canadian U-20 team, under a new head coach. In 2013, he was apart of Ontario Provincial U-16 team, and took home a gold medal in the national all-star championships. Vana is currently playing for the Whitecaps Academy team.





Dario Conte is the third member of the 1997 OSU Academy team to join a professional club. He joined friend, and fellow OSU teammate Vana, playing with the Vancouver Whitecaps organization. Recently he was selected to the Canadian Men's National U-20 Team Camp in Montreal from September 18th-20th for a weekend camp.






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Jack CollinsNippissing University
Justin EarleSyracuse University
Chelsea AbbottsEastern Michigan University
Junior AsareCarleton University
Cameron BrodieNippissing University
Amelia CarliniCape Breton University
Noah CampagnaQueen's University
Ricky CombaCarleton University
Samuel LavioletteAcadia University
Chloe DohertyJacksonville State University
Scott MazzottaCarleton University
Amy JenkinsUniversity of Notre Dame
Emma KovacsWestern University
Clarissa LariseyUniversity of Memphis
Anna LarkinWestern University
Paige McNeilNippissing University
Marian TaiwoNorth Dakota State University
Shona McCullochWashington University
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