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2014: Earned All-Pac-12 first team honor ... Invited to 2015 MLS Combine ... Appeared in 17 matches has scored a team-high 12 goals and posted five assists … Made season debut on 8/29 @ #22 UNC … Scored a goal in the 47th minute @ #11 Wake Forest on 8/31 ... Posted his first career hat-trick on and tallied an assist on 9/12 vs. Cleveland State ... Assisted on Christian Thierjung's second minute goal vs. #11 Delaware on 9/19 ... Scored the opening goal vs. SIUE on 9/21 in the 17th minute ... Opened the scoring in the 33rd minute on 10/2 @ #5 Washington ... Tallied a 41st minute goal vs. #2 UCLA on 10/10 ... Scored for the third time in four matches when he found the back of the net in the 21st minute vs. San Diego State on 10/12 ... Netted an 88th minute equalizer on 11/7 vs. Oregon State ... Tallied a goal and an assist vs. #3 Washington on 11/9 ... recorded 26th minute equalizer on 11/16 against #3 Stanford ... NCAA Tournament: Assisted Bobby Sekine's game-winning goal in second-round win vs. SIUE ... registered his team-leading 12th goal of the year in loss to UCLA in the NCAA Sweet 16.
2013: Appeared in 21 games, starting 17 during his junior campaign … Team’s third leading scorer with six goals and three assists … Made his season debut in the opener on 8/30 vs. #3 Georgetown as a starting forward and played 56 minutes … Scored his first goal of the year, finishing from close range on the back post in the 51st minute vs. #2 Maryland on 9/1 … Posted his first assist on the season when he set up Christian Thierjung’s 90th minute winner on 9/5 @ USF… Started and played 86 minutes @ Penn State on 9/13 in a 1-1 draw … Tallied his second goal of the season, when he scored on a rebound opportunity from close range in the 54th minute on 9/20 vs. Colgate … Notched his second goal in as many games in the 20th minute and also added an assist vs. College of Charleston on 9/22 … Started and played 97 minutes in the overtime win on 9/27 vs. SCU … Opened the scoring in the 22nd minute vs. Oregon State on 10/3 in a win over the Beavers … Played 102 minutes and picked up a caution in a 1-1 draw on 10/6 vs. #3 UW … Started and played 67 minutes vs. SDSU on 10/10 … Scored the golden goal just 32 seconds into overtime in the win on 10/13 @ #6 UCLA … Started and played 74 minutes vs. Stanford on 10/20 … Started and played 73 minutes vs. San Diego on 10/25 … Registered three shots on 11/1 in a win vs. SDSU … Started and had three more shots vs. #3 UCLA on 11/3 ... Logged 44 minutes as a substitute and assisted on Omid Jalali’s second goal of the match in the 83rd minute on 11/8 @ Oregon State … Played 46 minutes as a substitute @ #3 UW on 11/10 … Started and played 32 minutes of the 2-1 overtime loss @ Stanford on 11/13 … NCAA Tournament: Logged 42 minutes as a substitute in the 3-1 win vs. Bradley on 11/24 … Appeared as a substitute and played 47 minutes in the third round victory vs. #19 Coastal Carolina … Scored 50th minute equalizer in the quarterfinal loss vs. #4 Maryland.
2012: Garnered All-Pac-12 honorable mention … Tied Tony Salciccia for the team lead in goals with five … led the Bears in game-winning goals with three … Tied for third on the squad in points with ten … Scored his first career goal vs. Virginia on 8/30 … Scored two goals, including the game-winner in the 62nd minute vs. Duquesne, 4-1 on 9/21 … Also tallied game-winning goals the following two matches; vs. LMU, 1-0 on 9/23 and vs. SDSU, 1-0 on Sept. 28 … Collected College Soccer News Player of the Week and California Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week honors after wins over LMU and SDSU … Earned Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention
2011: Appeared in 14 games as a substitute in his freshman season.
High School/Club: Called up to U.S. U-18 national team training camps in February and April 2011 … Named 2011 Peninsula Athletic League Bay Midfielder of the Year … Earned MVP award in 2011 as varsity co-captain for his Burlingame High School team … Became a varsity starter in 2008-09 … As a member of the De Anza Force, was a 2008-11 participant in U.S. Soccer Development Academy Market Training Centers; the latter prepare players for the youth national team training environment … Also played for the Burlingame Juventus club (2002-08); won the state cup with Juventus in 2004 … Previously (2007-08) played for the Cal-North team in the Olympic Development Program (ODP).
Personal: Dual citizen of the United States and Italy; fluent in Italian … Parents are Paolo and Louise Bonomo; his father and a grandfather were professional skiers … Grandparents Ben and Mayon Ichinose attended Cal.
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