|Hometown:||Panorama City, Calif.|
|High School:||Grant HS|
In his final season at CSUN, Moy Gomez competed in every game but one, with eight of his 17 total shots on-goal ... earned his second career game-winning goal vs. LMU (9/6).
Four of Gomez' 18 shots found the back of the net in the 12 games he played in ... was named to the starting lineup on ten occasions ... 12 of his 18 shots were on-goal ... finished the season with eight points ... scored his first goal of the season against Cal State Bakersfield (9/5) ... scored his second goal in as many games against UNLV (9/7) ... lit up the scoreboard against Sacramento State (9/17) ... broke a 1-1 tie at UCLA (9/28) with his fourth goal of the season ... earned a hardship exemption due an injury sustained.
Gomez played in 17 matches in 2007, making 11 starts ... scored the game-winner in the Matadors 6-1 drubbing of Detroit to open the season ... had three shots on five occasions ... put ten of his 22 shots on goal for the year ... played in 63 minutes of the Matadors' 0-0 draw with Memphis.
Gomez played in 18 matches, making four starts ... earned his first start at West Virginia (9/2) and started three straight from Oct. 21 to 28 ... netted his first collegiate goal in a win against UC Santa Barbara (9/27) ... scored his next goal one match later against UC Davis (10/1) ... took a total of 22 shots on the season.
Gomez did not appear in a match in 2005.
Gomez was a redshirt during the 2004 season.
GRANT HIGH SCHOOL
Gomez was a three-sport athlete at Grant High School in Van Nuys, Calif. ... played at the forward spot for four years under coach Frank Ortiz, wasa kicker on the football team ('01 and '03), and member of the track squad ('03) winning Sunset Six League titles with every team ... scored 41 goals in his senior season in which he was nominated as Player of the Year ... named Most Inspirational varsity soccer player in 2002 ... also earned all-league kicker honors ('01) and special teams player of the year accolades ('03) ... graduated in 2004 with a 3.2 grade point average.
Born on December 22, 1985 in Sun Valley, Calif. ... mother is Maria Uribe and father is Juan Arias ... has two younger brothers, David and Pedro ... lists his greatest moment in sports as when he broke the school record for most league goals scored (41)in a single season ... watches television when he has time to relax ... majoring in Criminal Justice.