SDSU Men's Soccer to play FC Heat, CSUSM on Friday
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SDSU Men's Soccer falls at No. 19 Washington, 2-0
2012: Appeared in all 19 games with 15 starts ... Led the team with 7 goals and 15 points ... Had a team-high 27 shots on goal ... Scored the first goal of the game in the Aztecs' first win of the season against Houston Baptist ... Finished with three goals and an assist in SDSU's 9-0 victory over North Florida on Sept. 16 ... Earned all Pac-12 Conference honorable mention honors ... A member of the 2012 Canadian Futsal roster ... Named to TopDrawerSoccer.com's National Team of the Week on Sept. 17 ... Selected to the UCR all-tournament team on Sept. 17 ... Earned Pac-12 Conference Player of the Week on Sept. 18 ... Named to Soccer America Team of the Week on Sept. 20 ... Was California Bank and Trust Student Athlete of the Week on Sept. 19.
2011 (Spring - Canada Under-20 National Team): Appeared in all 19 contests for SDSU, starting nine times ... His five goals were tied for the team lead (Byass, Steres) ... Also had three assists ... His 13 total points were tied for second-best on the team (Steres) ... Notched both of SDSU's goals in just 33 minutes in a 2-1 victory vs. California (Oct. 2) ... Also scored goals vs. Canisius (Aug. 28), at Houston Baptist (Sept. 18), and at Washington (Oct. 9) ... Tallied at least one point in six contests ... Had 15 shots on goal on 29 attempts ... Played a season-high 73 minutes vs. Long Island (Sept. 2) ... Played with the Canada Under-20 National Team at the 2011 CONCACAF Championships along with fellow Aztec John Pegg ... Saw action in a loss to Mexico by starting and playing all 90 minutes ... Also assisted on both Canada goals in a 2-1 exhibition victory over Florida Gulf Coast on Feb. 11 ... Earned a spot on the Canadian Futsal National Team during the summer.
2010: Was one of three freshmen to appear in all 19 matches ... Started five ... Had two assists for two points ... Was fifth on the team with 21 shot attempts ... Had 11 shots on goal, which was fourth on the squad ... Had an assist in his second game in 47 minutes off the bench in SDSU's 3-2 win over San Diego on Sept. 5 ... Had his first shot and first shot on goal on Sept. 10 vs. Air Force ... Fired a career-high five shots and a career-best three shots on goal, along with an assist against Houston Baptist (Sept. 24) ... Made his first career start on Oct. 15 at California, playing 38 minutes in the 3-0 Aztec loss ... Had two shots (one on net) in each of the next three matches (all starts) ... Took four shots, including two on goal, in SDSU's 1-0 win at Oregon State (Nov. 5) ... San Diego State was 6-3-1 when he had at least one shot.
2010 (Spring): Played for the Aztecs during spring ball.
High School: Is a member of the U-20 Canadian National Team pool after gaining international experience playing for the U-17 Canadian National Team ... Played at the 2009 CONCACAF U-17 qualification tournament in Tijuana, Mexico, where he scored a goal against Cuba that was later called back ... Participated in the Canadian National Training Center program, where he played his club ball for Southwest United ... Played his high school ball at Archbishop O'Leary.
Personal: Jordan Ongaro was born Jan. 14, 1992, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada ... Son of Kim and Alex Ongaro ... Majoring in art.