3 Mitch Boland
High School: Earned four varsity letters at Lutheran High of Orange County playing for coach Steve Harder...played primarily center back, but did see action as forward senior year when he scored 6 goals and had 4 assists...first-team All-Trinity League, All-County, All-CIF and first team All-American as a senior...second team All-Empire League as sophomore and first-team All-Trinity League as junior as team captured league title...selected to play in the North-South All-Star Game as senior...played U15 for Canyon PSA, then played for Pateadores in Mission Viejo...Pateadores won 2005 Surf Cup and 2006 Nomads College Showcase...also played in Coast Soccer Premier League.
FRESHMAN (2008): Only freshman and one of seven players to start all 19 matches as he blended with veteran defense that allowed 1.45 goals/match...first collegiate point was match-winning goal at Santa Clara in 2-1 victory, his header at 87:12 giving Gonzaga the Halloween Night victory...scored another goal in next match at San Francisco in 3-2 victory...selected to Gonzaga/Nike Classic All-Tournament team as Gonzaga won title...named to West Coast Conference All-Freshman Team.
Misc.:3.5 high school GPA...older brother Josh plays soccer at Chapman University.
09/15/2016 - No. 20 Gonzaga Suffers First Loss To No. 19 Utah Valley
09/15/2016 - Former Zag Zach Scott Set To Retire After 15 Seasons With Sounders
09/14/2016 - No. 20 Bulldogs Look To Ride Momentum Against No. 19 Utah Valley
09/13/2016 - No. 20 Bulldogs Ranked In NCAA Poll For First Time Since 2007
09/11/2016 - MSOC Battles Back to Down George Mason, 2-1
09/09/2016 - MSOC Flies by No. 20 American, 3-1
09/08/2016 - MSOC Out East to Face American, George Mason
Men's Soccer09/23/2016Women's Soccer09/15/2016Men's Soccer09/04/2016Women's Soccer09/04/2016