AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2014
CCAA Fall All-Academic ... Appeared in 19 matches, with 17 starts at a forward spot ... Tied for third on the team with seven total points from three goals and one assist ... Tied for second in goals, tied for first with two game-winning goals, and third in both shots (31) and shots on goal (tied-12) ... All three goals came in home victories, vs. California Baptist (9/18), Cal State East Bay (10/12), and Cal State Dominguez Hills (10/30) ... Goals to open scoring against CBU and CSUDH both went down as winners, with the latter result clinching a home game for the Tritons in the first round of the CCAA Championship ... First career assist came on 75th-minute winner in 2-1 home triumph vs. Dixie State (9/11) ... Converted one of two penalty-kick opportunities in postseason tiebreakers ... Season highs of 105 minutes vs. Cal State Stanislaus (11/2) and four shots vs. Saint Martin's (9/4) ... Missed only the match at Sonoma State (10/24), due to yellow-card accumulation ... Triton Athletes' Council (TAC) team representative.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2013
CCAA All-Academic ... Appeared in 16 matches in first season of college soccer, drawing five starts ... Primarily played forward, but also filled in a couple of times at center back in Alec Arsht's absence, including all 110 minutes of 1-1 draw in CCAA opener at Cal State Dominguez Hills (9/13), marking first career start ... Made college debut off the bench and took first shot in opener at California Baptist (9/5) ... First collegiate goal was the dramatic overtime winner (91:46) in CCAA Championship semifinal in Turlock vs. Chico State (11/8) ... In penalty-kick tiebreakers during NCAA Championship, converted both attempts, in second round vs. Chico State (11/16) and in third round vs. No. 12 Simon Fraser (11/22).
Played at youth levels year-round of Major League Soccer-affiliated San Jose Earthquakes Academy from 2010-13.
A 2012 graduate of Monta Vista High School in Cupertino ... Competed in soccer, football and tennis for the Matadors.
Born Aug. 11, 1994 in San Jose ... Parents are Iraj and Nusha Bashti ... Has a younger brother named Amir, who is a freshman midfielder at Stanford and in the San Jose Earthquakes Academy, has been involved in the U.S. national team program for several years, and was one of 64 elite players invited to take part in the five-day U.S. Soccer National Combine in Portland, Ore., in 2013 ... Management science major at Muir College ... Plans to attend medical school after graduating from UCSD ... Scoring the game-winner against rival Chico State in overtime as a freshman in the 2013 CCAA semifinals is his most memorable moment in soccer ... Triton fans rushing the field after eliminating Chico State in a penalty-kick tiebreaker in second round of 2013 NCAA Championship serves as favorite UCSD moment ... Speaks four languages.