Ramiro Arredondo
Ramiro Arredondo

Player Profile

Redwood City

High School:
Woodside Priory

Height / Weight:
5-6 / 155




Consummate team player...technically gifted...delivers strong crosses with his left foot and thus is expected to start at left outside midfielder...co-captain with Chris Roner as a senior. Cal: As a JUNIOR in 1999, started 18 of the 19 games he appeared in...earned second team All-MPSF recognition...led Cal in points (18) and goals (8)...netted the game-winning goals in Cal's wins over William & Mary (1-0), Michigan State (4-1) and Harvard (3-0)...posted a hat trick against Michigan State...as a SOPHOMORE in 1998, finished fourth on the team with eight points (2G, 4A)...blasted a goal against No. 6 San Jose State from about 35 yards...recorded the game-winning assist in Cal's 2-1 win over nationally-ranked Butler...the only Bear to start every game...traveled to Europe during the summer of '98 with a college all-star team...participated in the U.S. U-20 National team camp in January '98...played in 17-of-18 games as a FRESHMAN in 1997, earning four starts...scored a goal in the Bears 5-0 rout of Harvard...also tallied two assists for the year...Rolling Thunder scholarship recipient. High School: Member of the U.S. Under-18 National team pool...played for the Clovis Heat soccer club which won the regional and state championships and took third place at the Snickers Youth National Championship in 1997...captain of the Region IV ODP team for five years...listed as a USA Today Top 25 recruit...named both Woodside Priory HS and its league's MVP...chose Cal over Santa Clara, UCLA, Fresno State, San Francisco and Washington. Personal: American studies major...parents are Ramiro and Josephina Arredondo...born Jan. 25, 1979, in Palo Alto, CA.

Year	G	GS	Shots	Goals	Assists	Points
1997	17	4	17	1	2	4
1998	20	20	26	2	4	8
1999	19	18	21	8	2	18
Total	56	42	64	11	8	30