AS A JUNIOR IN 2018
United Soccer Coaches All-West Region Second Team ... All-CCAA Second Team ... CCAA All-Academic ... Started all 16 games played at a center back spot ... Played all 90 minutes at center back of 1-0 shutout in opener vs. Biola (8/30) ... Played all 99:59 of shutout vs. Concordia Irvine (9/6), and provided free kick that led to Christian Cordell's winner with one second left in overtime ... Missed three straight home games through injury, vs. Cal State East Bay (9/16), Cal State San Marcos (9/21) and Occidental (9/23).
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2017
All-CCAA honorable mention ... Started all 14 games he appeared in at center back, missing three through injury ... Fourth in minutes among Triton field players ... Played all 110 minutes of scoreless draw in opener at Biola (8/31) ... Played all 90 minutes of 3-0 shutout victory vs. Occidental (9/2) in home opener.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2016
All-CCAA Second Team ... Appeared in 21 games, drawing 19 starts at center back ... Started each of last 18 contests ... Part of defense that finished fourth nationally in team goals-against average (0.52) ... Earned college debut and first career start vs. Westmont (9/3), playing all 90 minutes of a come-from-behind 2-1 victory ... Also started CCAA opener at Cal State San Marcos (9/21).
Played for West Coast FC during the 2017 summer with current teammates Jared Andrews, Abraham Ordaz and Jonathan Stoop, going perfect 6-0 en route to winning title at US Youth Soccer Region IV Championships in Seattle, Wash. (6/25) ... Advanced to US Youth Soccer National Championships at Toyota Soccer Center in Frisco, Texas, going 2-2-1 and falling in national final (7/30) ... Missed majority of nationals due to injury ... Competed for Laguna United as a high school freshman, Santa Barbara Soccer Club as a sophomore, and Pateadores Academy as a junior and senior ... State and region champion in 2014 ... U.S. Soccer Development Academy (USSDA) team captain and playoff qualifier in 2015 and 2016.
A 2016 graduate of El Toro High School in Lake Forest ... Played for the Chargers in the Sea View League with current teammate Abraham Ordaz ... Previously played at Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana and San Marcos High School in Santa Barbara, earning Varsity Rookie of the Year and Team MVP, respectively ... 2014 All-Channel League First Team.
Born Dec. 29 in Fountain Valley ... Parents are Ricardo and Lucila Uribe ... Has an older brother named Ricardo, Jr., and a twin sister named Katelyn who goes to school in Santa Barbara ... International studies-international business major at Sixth College ... Would like to obtain a job that allows him to utilize his business degree while staying involved with soccer by coaching youth soccer ... Most memorable soccer moment is advancing to national semifinals in Kansas City as a freshman in 2016, and winning the conference, conference tournament, and West Region title along the way ... Favorite UCSD moment is winning at Cal Poly Pomona on final day of 2016 regular season to take home program's first conference championship ... Enjoys listening to music, going to the beach, spending time with family, and keeping up with the NBA ... Roots for Arsenal FC, LAFC, and the Lakers ... Favorite player is Rob Holding of Arsenal ... The Prestige is a top movie ... Listens to Playboi Carti, Gunna, and Yung Bans ... Loves Mexican food ... Attended three high schools.