Matt Wiesenfarth
Matt  Wiesenfarth

RS Senior

Sacramento, Calif.

High School:
Jesuit HS '11

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 170





Aggies await opponent for Big West Tournament opener

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


Aggies close non-conference play at Saint Mary's

UC Davis looks to bounce back against local rivals on the road


Roadtrip opens at altitude as Aggies head to Colorado

UC Davis opens stretch of three straight away from home in 'Mile High City'


Southern California rivals pay a visit to UC Davis

Aggies host West Coast Conference rivals Loyola Marymount and San Diego this weekend


Pair of WAC foes up next for high-powered Aggies

UC Davis travels to San Jose State on Friday, hosts CSU Bakersfield as part of a home doubleheader on Sunday

2015: ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Appeared in 19 of the team's 21 matches, making 17 starts... Finished second on the team in scoring with 11 points on four goals and three assists... Led the Aggies with 48 shots -- ranked sixth in the Big West -- putting 18 of those on frame... His 48 shots is the second highest total in the program's Division I Era, standing behind only Quincy Amarikwa and his 78 attempts in 2008... Finished his career ranked among the program's finest in the Division I Era in points (second), goals (second), game-winning goals (tied for first), and assists (fifth), while holding school Division I records for games played (86) and shots (153)... Scored his first goal of the season on the road at California (Sept. 11) in the 88th minute to break up the shutout, and followed that up with assists in back-to-back games against San Jose State (Sept. 16) and Pacific (Sept. 20)... Added goals against San Francisco (Sept. 27), UC Irvine (Oct. 10), and CSUN (Nov. 7) -- the latter serving as the overtime game-winner in the first round of the Big West Tournament to cap-off a three-point night... Finished with a season-high five shots three times against CSU Bakersfield (Sept. 4), San Francisco (Sept. 27), and UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 31), and finished with at least one shot in 17 of his 19 contests... Had multiple shots in 12 matches en route to his team-high total.

2014: Appeared in the team's first six matches of the year (three starts) before suffering a season-ending leg injury against Air Force on Sept. 19... Finished with eight shots in the six contests, including a season-high four against the Falcons... Also had a pair of shots againt CSU Bakersfield (Sept. 13) and one each against Ohio State (Aug. 29) and San Diego (Sept. 7).

2013: SECOND TEAM ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE... Appeared in all 21 matches, making 13 starts... Finished tied with teammate Matt Sheldon for the team lead in scoring (13 points) and goals (6), while taking 27 shots -- 12 of those on frame... Ranked tied for eighth in the Big West in goals and tied for sixth in game-winning goals... Netted game-winners at nationally ranked New Mexico (Sept. 27), at UC Riverside (Oct. 13), and at Sacramento State (Nov. 9)... Also scored goals against UC Irvine (Oct. 4), UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 19), and Cal Poly (Nov. 6)... Tallied his lone assist to cap a three-point night against the Highlanders in Southern California... His 27 shots ranked fourth on the team, six of those coming in a 1-0 win at Causeway Cup rival Sacramento State in the second meeting of the year between the two programs... Finished with shots in all but five of the team's 21 matches -- including seven contests with multiple shots... Scored the first goal of the match twice and two of his strikes tied the match.

2012: Started 14 of 21 games played... Scored two goals and tallied one assist for five total points... Scored both goals against rival Sacramento State in a 2-1 win on Nov. 3 in the regular season finale... Assist came in the next game, against Cal State Fullerton in the semifinals of the Big West Tournament... Put 12 of 32 shots on goal... Played a season-high 80 at San Francisco on Sept. 6.

2011: BIG WEST CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR... ALL-BIG WEST SECOND TEAM... COLLEGE SOCCER NEWS FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA SECOND TEAM... Tabbed as one of the top 100 freshmen in the country by Top Drawer Soccer... Led UC Davis in goals (5), points (13) and shots (38) in his debut season as an Aggie... Also recorded 3 assists... Scored first career goal in a 3-2 overtime loss to Sacramento State on Sept. 23, then scored in three straight matches... Put away the game-winning goals against UC Riverside (Oct. 1) and Cal Poly (Oct. 5), then scored in a 2-1 overtime loss to then-No. 15 UC Santa Barbara on Oct. 8... Scored equalizer in the 83rd minute against Cal Poly (Oct. 22), then assisted on goals in the final three games of the season... Tallied a season-high 7 shots, 3 of which were on goal, at UC Riverside on Nov. 5... Put up 5 attempts on Cal State Fullerton one game prior... One of six players to appear in all 19 matches, making 12 starts... Received invitation to U.S. Under-20 National Team training camp in Portland, Ore.

JESUIT HS '11: Scored nearly 110 goals in his four-year career at Jesuit HS... Finished outstanding prep career with Delta River League Most Valuable Player selection... Selected to ESPN Rise Fall State All-Star first team... Led Jesuit to perfect 30-0 season, closing out his senior campaign by scoring in team's ninth-straight CIF Sac-Joaquin Div. I title... His 39 goals in the 2010 season were 12th-most among prep athletes, according to ESPN Rise... Also competed for California Development Academy, which ranked in the top two for two straight seasons... Helped team to Surf Cup and Placer Cup titles as well as a spot in the finals of the Cal Cup in 2009... Qualified for U.S. Soccer Academy playoffs two straight years.

PERSONAL: Parents John and Katherine Wiesenfarth are both UC Davis alums... Oldest of four boys... Majoring in managerial economics... Lists contributing to his Jesuit team's undefeated 31-0 season during his senior year as his greatest personal achievement... He and Aggie teammate Kris Schultz are cousins... Claims to be a world-class babysitter and worked as such throughout all four years of high school.


Year GP-GS Minutes G A P Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-A
2011 19-12 981 5 3 13 38 .132 18 .474 2 0-0
2012 21-14 1179 2 1 5 32 .062 12 .375 1 0-0
2013 21-13 927 6 1 13 27 .222 12 .444 3 0-0
2014 6-3 400 0 0 5 8 .000 1 .125 0 0-0
2015 19-17 1141 4 3 11 48 .083 18 .375 1 0-0
Career 86-59 4628 17 8 42 153 .111 61 .399 7 0-0