2 - Diego Marroquin|
|Previous School:||Santa Rosa JC|
AS A SENIOR (2010)
A second-team all-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation selection...appeared in and started 18 games in his senior season...a key part of the Hornet defense that limited opponents to 24 goals overall and a 0.94 goals against average, third best in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation...contributed to a conference-best and school record 10 shutouts...played 1,695 total minutes, including 90 or more minutes in 16 of 18 games...took 12 shot attempts, placing three on goal.
AS A JUNIOR (2009)
Made a splash in his first season at Sacramento State, earning first team all-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation honors after spearheading a defense that allowed just 1.19 goals per game...saw the pitch in 19 matches, starting each match in which he was eligible to compete...connected on one of the biggest shots in Hornet history in the team's shootout victory over New Mexico in the MPSF title game...converted a penalty kick in the sixth round of the shootout to give the Hornets a 5-4 margin and lead them to their first-ever NCAA Tournament trip...scored his only goal of the season on Oct. 16 against Air Force, providing the eventual game-winner...added the game-winning assist in the Hornets' 1-0 victory over New Mexico on Oct. 30.
PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE
Played two seasons at Santa Rosa JC (2007, 2008), leading the Bear Cubs to a pair of Big 8 Conference titles....a standout on the defensive back line who earned first team All-American honors from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America after leading Santa Rosa to a 19-1-4 mark and a final national ranking of No. 3...also named first team all-Far West region honors by the NSCAA and Big 8 Conference Player of the Year award...the Bear Cubs ran off a stretch of 10 straight shutouts, and shut out their opponents in 14 of the team’s 24 games...was also a threat offensively, scoring two goals and adding two assists in 2008...scored game-winning goal in state semifinal against Santa Ana in 2007.
A 2006 graduate of Petaluma HS in Petaluma, Calif...four-year starter for the Trojans in the midfield...earned all-Sonoma County League honors in each of his seasons...competed for Santa Rosa United and Sonoma County Sol at the club level.
Born August 10, 1988...parents are Edgar Marroquin and Patrisha Tomasino...majoring in psychology.