Flynn De Luca is a nineteen-year-old Wiradjuri man. A former Indigenous Ambassador at his high school, Chancellor State College, and now earned academic recognition for his grade point averages during the Winter 2022 Semester after being elected to the president’s list for maintaining and achieving a 4.0 grade point average at Muskegon Community College. Flynn has been accepting into Davenport University as a sophomore studying accounting full-time while competing in the men’s soccer team in the NCAA Division II, which he plans to combine use of both in his future endeavours after finishing his college degree.
Before commencement to the United States, he lived on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. While attending high school, Flynn managed to combine his two passions of football and finance, studying towards being an accountant, as well as being selected as the Indigenous Ambassador at Chancellor State college, further being awarded Chancellor 5 C’s award in 2019, completion of multiple certificates, Flynn managed to excel for sporting in school too, being awarded Bill Turner player’s player, and captaining his age’s futsal team.
Outside of school, he was doing the extra’s to get an edge over his opposition to becoming a professional soccer player, representing Brisbane Warringal’s Men’s football team at Australian Indigenous Football Championship aged only 15 as well as being the Sunshine Coast Wanderers Junior Indigenous ambassador in 2020, and further captaining his National Premier league 18s team.