Agustina Singh
Agustina  Singh


San Jose, Calif.

High School:
Archbishop Mitty HS '13



International Relations


Final road games take Ags to No. 18 Stanford, Pacific

Field hockey will have a chance to avenge two narrow league losses this weekend


Aggies edged in final seconds vs. Pacific

Beth Lee records her second double-digit save total of the season by finishing with a career-high 13


Aggies return to league action vs. Pacific

UC Davis enters final weeks of the season with Friday’s 2 p.m. home match


Farjood's first goal as an Aggie is a game-winner

UC Davis will end its weekend in Iowa with an 11 a.m. (Pacific) match against the No. 16 Hawkeyes


Aggies head to Hawkeye State during league bye week

Familiar foe, No. 16 Iowa on UC Davis' weekend schedule at Iowa

2015: ZAG FIELD HOCKEY/NFHCA DIVISION I NATIONAL ACADEMIC SQUAD SELECTION... Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) member... Ended her junior season ranked No. 8 in shots (55) and shots per game (2.75) among all America East Conference players... Posted a season-high four shots on goal vs. Bryant (8/31) and at Holy Cross (9/10)... Ended her junior season ranked No. 2 on the team in shots, shots on goal (28) and No. 3 in assists (3)... Named a starter in 15 of 20 games played... Scored a goal at Fairfield (9/11), against UMass Lowell (10/9) and Cal (10/30)... Also picked up assists vs. Saint Louis (9/3), Missouri State (9/26) and at Albany (11/5), in the quarterfinal round at the America East Tournament... Of her 55 shots, 28 were on goal. 

2014: GLADIATOR BY SGI/NFHCA DIVISION I NATIONAL ACADEMIC SQUAD... ALL-NORPAC CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Ranked No. 45 in the nation in assist per game (0.44)... Tied for No. 1 on the squad with eight assists and No. 3 with four goals... Finished No. 2 on the team in points (16), shots (46) and shots on goal (28)... Ranked No. 6 in the NorPac for shots per game (2.56), No. 8 in shots (46), and No. 10 in points per game (0.89)... Scored at Missouri State (9/4), Central Michigan (9/21), Stanford (10/5) and at Pacific (10/18)... Recorded a season-high two assists at Central Michigan and at Bryant (9/25)... Of her 46 shots, 28 were on goal... Took a season-high seven shots at Bryant... Posted a season-high four shots on goal at on goal at Missouri State.

2013: GLADIATOR BY SGI/NFHCA DIVISION I NATIONAL ACADEMIC SQUAD... Received NorPac West Division Rookie of the Week recognition on back-to-back occasions... She was honored on Oct. 7 for helping her team down No. 6 Stanford to record the program's inaugural victory over a ranked opponent, and the Cardinal; Singh recorded a team-high two shots and scored her first goal as an Aggie en route to a 2-0 triumph over Cal (10/13)... Led all Aggies in shots (38) and shots on goal (24)... Scored a goal in back-to-back games vs. Cal and at Pacific (10/18)... Recorded a season-high two assists vs. Radford (11/7)... Also picked up an assist at Michigan (9/15)... Posted a total of seven points in her first season at UC Davis... Twenty-four of her 38 shots were on goal.

ARCHBISHOP MITTY HS '13: Named Player of the Year for Blossom Valley Athletic League, Central Coast Section and San Jose Mercury News as a senior... Previously won BVAL Freshman, Sophomore and Junior of the Year awards... Led team in scoring as a sophomore and senior, including 30 goals in 2012... Selected as Player of the Game in 2012 CCS championship, capping an 18-3-2 season... Played club ball for Stanford Lightning from 2001-13, helping team to three gold medals (2009-11) and two silvers (2004-07) at Cal Cup... Invited to Junior National Camp, which featured top 33 players in the country for her group.

PERSONAL: Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina... Majoring in international relations... Parents are Sergio Singh a Patricia Somoza de Singh... Older sister, Sofia, also attends UC Davis... Best athletes she has faced were those at the Junior National Camp.

Year G/GS Goals Ast. Pts. Shots Shot Pct. SOG DSv.
2013 20/19 2 3 7 38 .053 24 0
2014 18/17 4 8 16 46 .087 28 0
2015 20/15 3 3 9 55 .055 28 0
Totals 58/51 9 14
32 139 .065 80 0