|Hometown:||Los Angeles, Calif.|
|High School:||Los Angeles HS|
Rene Anguiano completed his sophomore season at CSUN as a mainstay in midfield ... played in all 19 games for the Matadors in 2010 ... scored two goals ... finished the season with four points.
Anguiano finished his first season earning All-Big West Honorable Mention honors and was one of two freshmen to earn conference recognition ... trailed only Sunghyun Kim for the most assists with five ... earned his first career point at the collegiate level vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee (9/13) ... earned an assist in CSUN's win over #3-ranked UC Santa Barbara (10/18) ... earned another assist vs. UC Riverside (10/31) ... picked up his second assist in as many games vs. Cal State Fullerton (11/4) ... earned his fifth assist of the season at UC Irvine (11/7).
LOS ANGELES SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Anguiano captained the Romans for three years under head coach Pedro Martinez ... was named Most Valuable Player and an All-League Honorable Mention, as he led the Romans to the 2007 Los Angeles League Championship ... earned All-League, All-City, Most Valuable Player and First Team honors during the 2005-2006 season ... graduated with a 3.4 grade point average.
Born on October 21, 1987 in Los Angeles, Calif. ... parents are Maria D. Jesus Ruiz and Javier Anguiano ... has three brothers, Christopher, Javier and Andres, and two sisters, Natalie and Jazmine ... favorites include Club America, actors Nicholas Cage and Megan Fox, mexican food, the band Green Day, the television show "Dexter" and the movie "Lake House" ... chose Northridge because of the competitive soccer program and the diverse environment on campus ... greatest sports moment was being selected to the CIF All-Star Game ... says the best thing about being an athlete is being "physically active" ... the toughest thing about being an athlete is maintaining "discipline" ... prays as a pregame ritual ... likes to read, watch television and draw when he has time to relax ... says the person in history he would most like to meet is Emiliano Zapata ... his advice to young people is "be determined with your goals" ... he cannot imagine going a week without soccer ... his greatest hero is his mother ... major is undecided.