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Former UC Irvine volunteer assistant coach Carlos Aguilar has
been hired as an assistant coach at Cal State Fullerton, Titans'
head coach George Kuntz announced on April 15.
"Carlos brings a championship mentality to this program and
will be a great mentor for our student-athletes during training,
matches, and in the classroom," said Kuntz.
Aguilar recently completed his third season at UC Irvine as a
volunteer assistant, helping guide the Anteaters to last season's
NCAA Sweet 16 before dropping a 1-0 contest to Maryland. The
Anteaters finished the season 15-5-3 overall, which was the
second-highest win total in program history. Over his three seasons
as an assistant coach, the Anteaters compiled a record of 36-25-5
Before coaching at UC Irvine, Aguilar played professionally in the
USSF D-2 with the Rochester Rhinos in 2010. He made his
professional debut on April 10, 2010 in Rochester's season-opening
match against Miami FC.
His soccer success also extends to his player career, as he played
two years with UC Irvine from 2008-09. He earned Big West
Conference Tournament MVP honors in 2009, along with First Team
All-Big West status. During his time as an Anteater, he was named
to the Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week once and College Soccer
News Team of the Week twice.
Aguilar came to UCI from Taft College where he played from
2006-07. Each year, he was named Central Valley College First Team
All-Conference, and the team went to the Junior College state
championship match, winning the title in
Aguilar played prep soccer at Palmdale High School. He lead his
school to the CIF semifinal match his senior season. That year, he
also earned Third Team All-CIF and First Team All-Golden Valley