2015: ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM... Became only the fifth UC Davis player to earn all-league first team honors and the first since 2013... One of only two players (Ryan Gross) to start all 21 matches for the Aggies... Led the team in scoring with 18 points on seven goals and four assists -- both team high's... Finished second on the team with 42 shots -- including a team-best 26 on frame (.619)... Ranked among the Big West top 10 in points (fourth), points per game (fifth), goals (tied for third), assists (tied for sixth), and shots (tied for seventh)... His 18 points ranked third on the school's Division I single-season record list, while also ranking third in goals and points per match, and fourth in assists and goals per match... Led the team with three game-winning goals against Pacific (Sept. 20), UC Irvine (Oct. 10), and Cal Poly (Oct. 14), almost making it three straight game-winning goals before his score against Sacramento State on Oct. 17 was waved off due to offsides in overtime of a 1-1 draw... Also had goals against Wisconsin (Sept. 6), San Jose State (Sept. 16), Saint Mary's (Sept. 24), and San Francisco (Sept. 27)... Scored a goal in four straight matches from Sept. 16-27 and had a point in five straight contests after adding an assist against UC Riverside on Oct. 1... Also added assists against the Badgers, Gaels, and Mustangs, to finish off a trio of three-point days... Had at least one shot in every match but one, including a season-high five attempts against Sacramento State on Oct. 17, and 10 matches with multiple shots... Two of his goals came on penalty kicks against Pacific and Saint Mary's... Scored first for the Aggies three times, had a pair of overtime goals, and twice tallied the game-tying goal... Big West Conference All-Academic Team selection.
2014: ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION... Appeared in 16 of the team's 20 matches, making 15 starts... Finished tied for the team lead with four goals and 10 points overall... His 26 shots ranked third on the team... Tallied his first career game-winning goal in a 1-0 shutout of UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 18), scoring in the 107th minute... Scored the opening goals against CSU Bakersfield (Sept. 13) and Cal State Fullerton (Oct. 2), while scoring in the 88th minute against Grand Canyon on Sept. 21 to tie the match... Assisted on teammate Matt Sheldon's game-winner at Cal Poly (Oct. 22) and added a second assist against Sacramento State (Nov. 1)... Named the Big West Conference Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 20 after his game-winner against the Gauchos... Finished with a career-high four shots against Grand Canyon, and ended a match with multiple shots nine times... Big West All-Academic Team honoree.
2013: Appeared in eight matches, making two starts... Finished with five shots on the year, including a season-high two against both Oregon State on Sept. 1 and Sacramento State on Oct. 26.
2012: Appeared in 11 games and made four starts in his first season with the Aggies... Played a full 90 minutes against both UC Irvine on Sept. 30 and UC Riverside on Oct. 5, his first two career starts... Took a season-high three shots against the Anteaters... Played 472 total minutes.
MOUNTAIN VIEW HS '12: Concluded standout prep career with a selection as the SCVAL De Anza League's Most Valuable Player... Mercury News first team selection after leading Mountain View HS to its second straight conference championship... Scored eight goals while also contributing 22 assists in his senior season... Mountain View HS advanced to the finals of the CIF-Central Coast Section championships after a semifinals appearance in 2011... Helped his team to a 20-1-3 record over two seasons, scoring three goals with two assists as a defender in 2011... Earned All-SCVAL De Anza League first team accolades as a junior that year... Two-time AP Scholar... Also competed for MVLA United club team - which ranked as high as No. 12 in the state - and advanced to the national championship in Greenville, N.C. in 2007.
PERSONAL: Parents are Mike and Annick Mohageg... Has two younger twin brothers, Alex and Eric... Majoring in economics with plans to pursue a career in computer engineering.