Brett Levis

  •  03.29.1993
  • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
  •  University of Saskatchewan
A speedy winger who previously excelled with Whitecaps FC U-23 and at the University of Saskatchewan, Brett Levis joined WFC2 for the team's inaugural USL season.
2014: In his fourth season with the University of Saskatchewan (UofS) Huskies, Levis was named a CIS First Team All-Canadian and Canada West First Team All-star after leading the conference with nine goals while adding eight assists in 11 regular season matches. In the process, Levis helped the Huskies claim their first-ever Canada West Championship with a 4-2 win over the University of Alberta Golden Bears. 2013: Named a CIS Second Team All-Canadian and Canada West First Team All-Star, as well as finalist for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies Athletics E. Kent Phillips Athlete of the Year award, Levis, led the team with seven goals and added two assists. 2012: Leading the Huskies with nine goals and six assists Levis was named a CIS Second Team All-Canadian for the first time, as well as being a Canada West First Time All-Star, Levis was named a finalist for the E. Kent Phillips Athlete of the Year award. 2011: As a freshman Levis scored four goals in seven appearances for the UofS and was named to his first Canada West Second Team All-Star team.
2014: Playing with Whitecaps FC U-23, Levis made 14 appearances, scoring two goals, and getting four assists as the 'Caps finished third in the Northwest Division, winning their first round playoff game 7-2 at Victoria before, being eliminated in the second round of the PDL playoffs. 2013: In his first PDL season playing for Victoria Highlanders FC, Levis scored 12 goals and had six assists in 16 appearances. The Highlanders finished first in the Northwest Division and won the Western Conference.
Levis started his soccer career with the Saskatoon Youth Soccer Club. While in high school playing for the Centennial Chargers, Levis was named the team MVP twice in 2010 and 2011, the Chargers were the 2010 high school provincial champions. Before joining UofS, Levis played for the Saskatoon Accelerators of the Canadian Major Indoor Soccer League. Levis has also represented team Saskatchewan at the 2009 Canada Games.
Levis was born and raised in Saskatoon and graduated from Centennial Secondary School in 2011.
In 2008 Levis was named Male Youth of the Year by the Saskatchewan Soccer Association. During his time at the University of Saskatchewan, Levis was named athlete of the week eight times.