• Triton Q&A (10/13/16)
AS A JUNIOR IN 2016
All-CCAA honorable mention ... CCAA Fall All-Academic ... Appeared in 22 games, drawing 21 starts at left back ... Fourth among UCSD field players with 1919 minutes ... Part of defense that finished fourth nationally in team goals-against average (0.52) ... Played all 90 minutes of season's first shutout vs. preseason No. 6 Colorado Mines (9/8) ... Missed game vs. Westmont (9/3).
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2015
CCAA Fall All-Academic ... Appeared in 10 games, primarily at left back, with eight starts ... Earned first collegiate start at left back in opener at Saint Martin's (9/3) ... Started each of first six contests before missing next seven due to injury ... Season-high 110 minutes as he played all of 1-1 draw at Azusa Pacific (9/10) ... Also played all 90 minutes of 1-0 clean sheet in home opener vs. Concordia (9/8), and CCAA Tournament loss at Cal State LA (11/3), gaining credit for season-high two shots.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2014
Appeared in three matches in a reserve role on the back line ... Made college debut as a substitute at left back for the final 10 minutes of 4-0 home win vs. Cal State San Marcos ... Played last eight minutes vs. Cal State San Bernardino (10/3) and season-high 19 at SF State (10/19).
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2013
Attended UC San Diego during the 2013-14 academic year, but was not on the men's soccer roster.
Played for the Fullerton Rangers.
A 2013 graduate of Laguna Hills High School ... All-Sea View League First Team selection as a junior and senior for the Hawks.
Born May 26 in Mission Viejo ... Parents are Kim and Hang Mac ... Has an older brother named Ryan ... Physiology and neuroscience major at Revelle College ... Interested in pursuing a career in medicine after graduating from UC San Diego ... Enjoys rock climbing ... Avid fan of Arsenal FC ... Favorite athletes include Arsenal legend Thierry Henry and current Arsenal center back Laurent Koscielny ... Listens to Arctic Monkeys and The Shins ... Greatest influence is his brother ... Works at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla.