Two Aztecs picked in MLS Supplemental Draft
Aztec Men's Soccer falls to No. 6 UCLA, 2-0
M. Soccer hosts No. 6 UCLA Saturday on Senior Day
MS: Joe Corona called up to U.S. U-23 Camp
Aztec Men's Soccer ties at California, 1-1
2010: Was an all-Pac-10 honorable mention selection for the second consecutive year ... Was one of eight Aztecs to appear in all 19 games ... Started 17 of his 19 appearances ... Had seven points on three goals and an assist ... The three goals were tied for fourth on the squad ... Was second on the team with 17 shots on goal and fourth with 35 shots ... Scored his first career goal to lift the Aztecs to a 1-0 win over Air Force on Sept. 10 ... Also had a career-high six shot attempts in the match ... Came back with another good effort, registering three points on a goal and an assist in SDSU's 4-1 win over Oakland ... Tied his career high with six shots and set a new best with five on net ... Was named to the Courtyard Marriott San Diego Central all-tournament team for his weekend ... Fired three shots (one on net) in 99 minutes against Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Sept. 19 ... Had three shots, all on goal, and played all 110 minutes of San Diego State's 1-1, double-overtime tie with California on Oct. 22 ... Scored a penalty kick goal and had five shots (three on net) in just 20 minutes of action at Cal State Fullerton on Oct. 30 ... The Aztecs were 3-0 when he had at least one point.
2009: Named an all-Pac-10 selection (honorable mention) ... Played in 16 games, earning a start on 12 occasions ... Had two assists ... Played 1,284 minutes (80.3 minutes per match) ... In fact, played every minute of his final eight appearances ... Fired three shots on the season ... Had a shot attempt in 80 minutes against San Diego on Sept. 6 ... Assisted on the team's second goal in a 3-2, double-overtime win against Wisconsin on Sept. 13 ... It was his first collegiate assist ... Played all 110 minutes in 2-2, double-overtime tie vs. No. 2 UCLA ... Had an assist in the Aztecs' 2-1, overtime victory against No. 6 California on Oct. 18 ... Fired a shot on net at Michigan State (Nov. 1) ... Added another attempt at home against Washington on Nov. 6.
2008: Was a regular in the back and midfield for SDSU, making 14 starts and 17 appearances ... The 14 starts tied Daniel Steres for the most among freshmen ... Had seven shots, including four on goal, in 1,205 minutes ... Started the first six games of the season and the final five matches as well ... Had a season-best two shots (one on goal) at California on Oct. 12 ... Recorded solo attempts vs. Albany (Sept. 7), at Denver (Sept. 12), vs. UC Davis (Sept. 21), at UCLA (Oct. 5) and against Cal State Bakersfield (Sept. 9) ... Played every minute of six games, including a 110-minute, double-overtime tie at Washington on Oct. 26 ... Played all 90 minutes of regulation against UC Davis, at Stanford (Oct. 10), and in three consecutive matches at home against Stanford (Oct. 31), California (Nov. 2) and Cal State Bakersfield ... Aztecs were 4-2-2 when he played at least 83 minutes.
2008 (Spring): Already made an impact with the Aztecs, joining the team as a mid-semester admit in the spring semester ... Was a starter and led the team in assists in spring ball.
High School: An adidas/ESP participant ... Two-time starter for the Region I ODP team ... Named a "New England All-Star" by the Boston Globe in 2006-07 ... Earned first-team all-league honors on two occasions for the Independent School League.
Personal: Justin Davies was born May 29, 1988 in Lawrence, Mass. ... Chose San Diego State over Boston College and Boston University.