|High School:||Arlington HS|
CSF: Pablo Gonzalez appeared in 3 matches for
the Titans in 2009 as a redshirt freshman... He started once, going
the distance in a 2-1 loss at Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 3...
Also played against Fairleigh Dickinson on Sept. 13 and Oct. 28 vs.
UC Irvine... Brings excellence on the pitch as well as in the
classroom to the Titans' soccer program... Raw talent with lots of
potential at goalkeeper... Made his high school honor roll all four
HIGH SCHOOL: Twice was selected Most Valuable
Player of the Ivy League for Arlington High School of Riverside...
Also first-team all-county, third-team All-CIF, and Riverside
Press Enterprise player of the year as a senior... MVP of the
Div. I vs. Div. 2 All-Star game... Made the Greater Los Angeles
All-Area team for Head Coach Edson Garfias... Had a 0.703 goals
against average with 12 shutouts... Team advanced to the CIF
semifinals and state tournament... As a junior was first-team
All-CIF, first-team all-county and first-team all-league with 11
shutouts... Three-time team captain or co-captain... As a sophomore
was first-team all-league, honorable mention all-county and had 7
shutouts... Also played two years of varsity basketball... Was
school's male athlete of the year as a senior and won several
scholar-athlete awards... National Honor Society member with a
cumulative 3.97 grade point average....Was student council
CLUB: Corona United Soccer Club, Riverside
Lobos FC and Manchester United FC.
PERSONAL: Born on Mar. 4, 1990, in Paramount,
California... Parents are Pablo and Josefina Gonzalez of
Riverside... Has two brothers (Salvador and Alejandro) and two
sisters (Rocio and Marisol)... Undeclared major... Goal is to play
professional soccer and own a large corporation or business... Most
memorable sports thrill was Arlington High winning its first Ivy
League championship in the school's 34-year soccer history... Works
in the summer as a youth basketball coach and volunteers at the
YMCA... Credits Edelberto Meza for taking him under his wing and
introducing him to the game of soccer while teaching the essentials
at a young age... Also lauds his senior year Coaches Andres
Murriagi and Kevin Watson as well as Coach Garfias for their
assistance in his career.
2009: 3 matches, 1 start, 144 minutes, 4 goals,
2.50 GAA, 8 saves, 0-1-0 record