Carlos Mancasola
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Carlos  Mancasola

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Redding, Calif.

High School:
Homeschooled/Central Valley HS

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 165

Position:
G

Major:
Sociology


11/19/2013

Aggies Return to Portland for Tournament Action

UC Davis will face SIUE, Loyola Chicago and Portland State; all games will tip at 3 p.m.

11/14/2013

Aggies Open Four-Game Road Swing at Utah

Pac-12 Network (Mountain) to broadcast Friday night's 7 p.m. game

11/10/2013

Aggies Host Holy Names in Home Opener

Monday's 7 p.m. game against the Hawks precedes four-game road trip

11/07/2013

Aggies Face Portland in Friday's Season Opener

UC Davis will battle the Pilots for the first time in nearly three years

11/03/2013

UC Davis Faces Menlo College in Final Tune-Up

Admission is free for Monday night's exhibition game at The Pavilion

CENTRAL VALLEY HS:Even though Carlos Mancasola was homeschooled, he competed for the boys' basketball team at Central Valley High School...His boys' basketball team won a sectional championship in 2011 in addition to league and sectional titles in 2012... Scoring average increased every season... Averaged 6.7 ppg as a freshman, 12.6 ppg as a sophomore... 13.6 ppg as a junior and 18.9 ppg as a senior... In addition to posting the third-highest scoring average in the section as a senior, Mancasola drained 74 three-point field goals - the most by any player in the section...

Carlos Mancasola confers with Michelle Roppeau, director of athletic academic advising.

A four-year varsity starter who earned all-league and all-section honors as a sophomore, junior and senior.

PERSONAL: Born in Red Bluff, Calif.... Majoring in sociology... Parents are John and Molly Mancasola... All three of his siblings, Kiira, Sydney and Paolo, graduated with a degree from Stanford, Oberlin and UC Davis respectively... His brother, Paolo, also competed for the UC Davis men's basketball team... In his spare time, he enjoys reading, going to the movies, playing piano and swimming... Also loves telling jokes... Favorite basketball accomplishment took place when he scored 29 points to help his team win its second sectional championship, also earning section MVP accolades... His sports hero is his brother, Paolo... If he could change any rule pertaining to his sport, he would like to introduce a four-point shot... His favorite non-sports hero are his parents... If he won a million dollars, he would invest it wisely... His advice to others is to "apply the greatest amount of effort and the best of your abilities in the time that you have."