Jorge Chedraui, left, was Fresno Pacific University’s leading scorer during its first NCAA Division II tournament bid last fall. He is currently taking the semester off from Fresno Pacific, where he studies business on a soccer scholarship, and was in his native Guayaquil, Ecuador, about three hours from the epicenter when last weekend’s devastating quake hit. He says he and others are “just taking the supplies and doing what we can” to help quake victims.
Jorge Chedraui, left, was Fresno Pacific University’s leading scorer during its first NCAA Division II tournament bid last fall. He is currently taking the semester off from Fresno Pacific, where he studies business on a soccer scholarship, and was in his native Guayaquil, Ecuador, about three hours from the epicenter when last weekend’s devastating quake hit. He says he and others are “just taking the supplies and doing what we can” to help quake victims. SILVIA FLORES Fresno Bee file
Jorge Chedraui, left, was Fresno Pacific University’s leading scorer during its first NCAA Division II tournament bid last fall. He is currently taking the semester off from Fresno Pacific, where he studies business on a soccer scholarship, and was in his native Guayaquil, Ecuador, about three hours from the epicenter when last weekend’s devastating quake hit. He says he and others are “just taking the supplies and doing what we can” to help quake victims. SILVIA FLORES Fresno Bee file

Fresno Pacific soccer star helps native Ecuador deal with post-quake damage

April 19, 2016 6:14 PM