2008: Earned second-team all-Pac-10 honors for the second consecutive season ... Appeared in 17 games with 15 games started ... Led the team in assists (six) and shots (40) ... Was second on the squad with 12 points ... Ranked among the Pac-10 leaders in numerous categories, including assists per game (tied-fourth, 0.35), shots per game (fifth, 2.35), assists (tied-fifth, six), shots (seventh, 40), points (10th, 12) and points per game (T-10th, 0.71) ... Had a team-best two game-winning assists ... Was second on the squad with 19 shots on net ... Also was one of two (Khadim Diouf) to go a perfect 1-for-1 on penalty kick attempts ... Began the season on a four-match point streak with an assist against Michigan (Sept. 5), a goal and a helper versus Albany (Sept. 7), the lone goal in a 2-1 loss at Denver (Sept. 12) and an assist vs. Air Force (Sept. 14) ... Had 12 shots, including six on net, over those four matches ... Was named to the Courtyard Marriott San Diego Central all-tournament team for his efforts against Michigan and Albany ... Recorded an assist at UCLA on Oct. 5 ... Scored SDSU's goal in a 1-1, double-overtime tie at California on Oct. 12 ... Had helpers in back-to-back key victories by SDSU over Stanford (Oct. 31) and California (Nov. 2) ... Also had a season-high five shots against the Bears ... SDSU was 4-2-2 when he recorded a point and 4-1-1 when he had an assist.
2007: Earned second-team all-Pac-10 honors ... Named to The Soccer Post/Aztec Classic all-tournament team ... Tied for fourth in the Pac-10 with five assists ... Had three helpers in conference games, which tied him with three others for second in the Pac-10 ... His five points tied Matt McManus for fifth on the team ... Joined Kraig Chiles, Freddy McDonald and Jamel Wallace as the only Aztecs to see action in all 19 games ... Started 17 times, tied with Dennis Sanchez for fourth on the squad ... Was second on the team with 26 shots ... Tied Khadim Diouf for second with nine shots on goal ... Picked up an assist and added a shot attempt in SDSU's 2-2, double-overtime tie at nationally ranked Creighton on Aug. 31 ... Picked up a helper in a 2-0 Aztec victory over Fairleigh Dickinson on Sept. 9 ... Had three shots in San Diego State's 1-0 shutout over Missouri State (Sept. 21) and a season-high four attempts in a 0-0, double-overtime tie versus UC Irvine (Sept. 29) ... Assisted on Khadim Diouf's game-winning goal in the Aztecs' 1-0 victory over UCLA on Oct. 6 ... Also had three shots in the game ... Had both assists in SDSU's 2-0 win against Stanford (Oct. 14) ... It was his first multi-assist performance of his career ... Had three shot attempts against Oregon State (Oct. 28) and a season-high two shots on goal at UCLA on Nov. 14 ... Despite playing in the midfield, he still played every minute in three games, including back-to-back double-overtime games against Drake (Sept. 22) and UC Irvine ... Had at least one shot attempt in each of his first nine games of the season ... In fact, dating back to the previous season he had at least one shots in 14 consecutive games ... San Diego State was 4-1-3 when he had one shot on goal or more.
2006: Named to the Top Drawer Soccer All-Rookie Team as a second-team selection ... One of only six Aztecs to see action in all 19 games, despite being just a freshman ... Started 15 of his 19 appearances ... Had four assists, tied with Kraig Chiles and Andrew DiCicco for the most on the team ... Added two goals ... His eight points were the fourth-most on the squad and second among freshmen (Nick Cardenas, 12) ... Registered his first point, an assist, in SDSU's 2-1 overtime win over Long Island on Sept. 17 ... Followed that game up with his first career goal at Stanford (Sept. 22) ... Added helpers against UCLA (Oct. 8 and Nov. 3) and Stanford (Oct. 29) ... Also scored in the Aztecs' 2-2, double-overtime tie at Oregon State on Oct. 22 ... Had two or more shots six times ... Had five shot attempts against UNLV (Sept. 9) and another four in his next game versus Rider (Sept. 15) ... SDSU was 3-1-2 when he attempted two or more shots in a game. 2005 SEASON Saw limited action in 2005, appearing in 10 contests at the defender position ... First collegiate action was against Missouri-Kansas City on Sept. 18 ... Had two shots on the season, one on goal at UCLA on Oct. 16 and one at San Diego on Oct. 24 ... Played a season and career-high 80 minutes in the UCLA game.
High School: Earned 5A all-city and all-conference honors at Grandview High School ... Played club soccer for the Colorado Rush and was a member of the U.S. U-18 national squad ... Was a participant in the adidas Elite Soccer Program ... Garnered adidas youth All-America and adidas Olympic Development Program All-America accolades ... Was a four-year Colorado and two-year Region IV ODP athlete.
Personal: Evan Martin Toft was born Oct. 19, 1987, in Newport Beach, Calif. ... Son of Susan and Daniel Toft ... Lists Zinedine Zindane as his favorite athlete ... Was also recruited by UCLA, New Mexico, Santa Clara, San Diego and Saint Mary's. ... Undecided on a major.