6 - Fernando Cabadas|
|Previous School:||Hiram Johnson HS|
AS A JUNIOR (2009)
Collected first team all-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation honors for the second straight season...earned third team all-Far West Region accolades by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America...started all 21 matches...finished the season with a school-record nine assists from the attacking midfield...average of 0.43 assists per match placed 32nd in the nation...ranked third on the team with 11 points, which included one goal in the Hornets' 4-3 victory over San Jose State on Nov. 7...tied the shootout at 4-4 against New Mexico in the MPSF title game with a penalty kick...assisted on Brian Baker's golden goal in the Hornets' 2-1 overtime victory over Loyola Marymount in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...known for frustrating opposing coaches with maneuverability and craftiness in the midfield, often dribbling and spinning around defenders.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2008)
Earned first team all-MPSF honors after a sophomore campaign that saw him score two goals and add an assist...started 17 matches...connected on lone penalty kick conversion of the season against Cal Poly on Sept. 28, which tied the game...put 11 of his 22 shots on the season on frame.
AS A FRESHMAN (2007)
Walked on the team after impressing coaches in open campus-wide tryouts...earned scholarship after fall season...appeared in 17 matches, making 13 starts...scored two goals and collected four assists on the season...made his first career goal a memorable one, connecting on a bicycle kick with one second remaining against UC Riverside to tie the score at 2-2...also tallied a goal in the Hornets' 4-1 victory over Menlo on Sept. 30...three of his assists came on game winning or game-tying goals.
A 2007 graduate of Hiram Johnson HS in Sacramento, Calif...was a three-year letterwinner for the Warriors at the midfield position...did not play organized youth soccer.
Born Dec. 20, 1988...parents are Librado Cabadas and Maria Sandoval...majoring in mathematics.