CAREER: Two-time Big East Academic All-Star...registered four points on 27 shots...totaled one goal and two assists in 30 career games and 17 starts at Pitt.
2005: Started 11 games as a sophomore for the Panthers in 2005...registered two points on 15 shots...had five shots against Mount St. Mary's... totaled two assists for the season...registered assists in back-to-back games against Mount St. Mary's and Villanova...named a 2005-06 Big East Academic All-Star.
2004: Played in 15 of the Panthers' 17 games in 2004 after transferring from Wake Forest...scored his first and lone career goal in the season opener vs. Canisius...registered 12 shots on the season...named a 2004-05 Big East Academic All-Star.
2003: Redshirted his first collegiate season at Wake Forest before transferring to Pitt.
HIGH SCHOOL: Concluded a brilliant four-year varsity career with 114 career goals and added 57 assists...finished with 32 goals and 12 assists as a senior and 41 goals and 14 assists as a junior...named a Regional All-America honoree in 2001 and 2002...three-time All-State, All-Area and All-League selection...named Area Player of the Year as a junior and Newcomer of the Year as a freshman...led his team to a district title as a junior and conference title as a freshman...also was an all-league basketball player...played for the FC Delco Team from 1997-2003 and guided his team to four state titles and national runner-up finish in 2002...Vice President of Senior Class and NHS member.
PERSONAL: Born January 9, 1985...son of Trajano and Tammy Bastidas...has two brothers...brother Vincente plays soccer for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds...majors in rhetoric & communication.
Vidovich Enters North Carolina Soccer Hall of Fame
Vidovich Announces Hiring of Assistant Coaches
Barnes Taps Vidovich as New Pitt Men's Soccer Coach
Joe Luxbacher Retires as Pitt Men's Soccer Coach
Panthers Suffer 5-0 Loss to No. 14 Irish
Pitt to Conclude 2015 Season at No. 14 Notre Dame