|Name: Nathan Andijanto|
|Hometown: Adelaide, South Australia|
|Previous School: Gleeson High School|
2003-04 - Joined COERVER Academy in Australia, selected in the Coerver Australia Elite Squad and toured Belgium and Germany.
2006 - State Development squad player, Football Federation of South Australia. Selected in the squad of 16 players and winning the QUANTAS National Youth Championship U14 Boys, held in New South Wales. Invited to trial at one of the Acadmies in England (English Premier Club). Played for Corydon Kings U15 squad which won the Federation Cup and the League of South Australia.
2007 - Received scholarship for men's football with the South Australia Institute of Sport. Selected and competed in the Institute of Sport Challenge held in Canberra, hosted and trained in the Australian Institute of Sport. Selected in the state squad and played in the National Youth Championship U15 Boys, held in New South Wales. Represented Secondary School Championships.
2008 - Represented the South Australian School Boys team nd competed in New South Wales. Joined Adelaide Raiders Soccer Club (Super League) Senior squad. Selected and represented Secondary School District competitions. Represented School Championships in track and swimming, winning medals in long jump and the 4x100M relay in track and the freestyle 50M and butterfly in swimming.
2009 - Trained with the Adelaide United National Youth League, by invitation. Joined Adelaide Olympic Football Club as the team's first player. Won the Coaches Award at the Adelaide Olympic Football Club. Selected and represented Secondary School District competitions. Represented School Championships in track and swimming, winning medals in long jump and the 4x100M relay in track and the freestyle 50M in swimming.
2010 - Represented U18 South Australian State squad, by invitation. Competed in SANIX Cup in Japan against Japan and Korea and won the Global Arena Cup. Senior player for Adelaide Olympic Soccer Club as first team player and was awarded the Rising Star award. Trained with the Adelaide United National Youth League as well as the Gold Coast United Natinoal Youth League.
Because I am looking for a challenging and enriching experience of pursuing my love for soccer, combined with a learning opportunity within a nurturing environment. The courses offered, the fantastic facilities and location of the campus add to my desire to attend Oakland City University.
Spending time with family and friends, travelling and playing soccer.
I would like to use the qualifications I have gained during my time at OCU and pursue my soccer career further, hopefully becoming a professional soccer player one day.