Ian Conklin
Ian  Conklin


San Ramon, Calif.

High School:
California HS '05

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 165




Aggies await opponent for Big West Tournament opener

UC Davis hosts either CSUN or Sacramento State in semifinals on Saturday at 2 p.m.


Big West berth in hand, Aggies look for Division crown

UC Davis closes regular season at Cal Poly before hosting Sacramento State on 'Senior Day'


Where Are They Now: Q&A with Ahmad Hatifie

Catch up with former men's soccer player and current Afghanistan national team member, Ahmad Hatifie.

2007: Started all 20 games... Posted career bests of 4 goals and 4 assists for 12 points... Managed 21 shots, including 8 on goal... Scored game-winner in the 2-1 victory over UC Irvine (10/27)... Assisted Ahmad Hatifie's equalizer vs. Portland (9/9)... Assisted each of Nick Lind's two goals in 2-1 win over Cal State Northridge (11/10).

2006: Competed in all 18 games, starting 12... Tallied one goal and two assists for four points... Fired 8 shots, including 5 on frame... Lone goal of the season came off an assistant from Dylan Curtis during a 4-0 win over Cal State Fullerton (9/15)... Assisted Paul Cain on the game-tying goal in 2-2 draw in Aggies' road game at Cal State Fullerton (10/14)... Other assist was to Sule Anibaba in 2-1 victory over Cal State Northridge (10/21).

2005: Started 18 games... Scored 2 goals on 16 shots... First collegiate goal was at Air Force (9/16), collecting rebound of Nicholas Lind's blocked shot and sending it back in during 16th minute... Also scored in 51st minute vs. UC Santa Barbara (10/15).

CALIFORNIA HS '05: Earned All-East Bay Athletic League first-team honors in each of his last two seasons... Led EBAL in scoring both years... Also won North Coast Section Scholar-Athlete accolades... Played club ball for Diablo Valley Soccer Club, leading team to Super Y regional and Golden State Soccer titles.

PERSONAL:Born in Riverside, Calif.... Majoring in design... Parents are John & Sandra Conklin... Lists his brothers as his non-sports heroes, Alan Smith as his sports hero.