AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2018
One of four Tritons to start all 19 games, and only one to do so for second year in a row ... Led team in minutes, playing all of them (1784:23) for second straight season ... Career-best 58 saves and eight shutouts ... Credited with pair of second-half saves and earned clean sheet in 1-0 shutout in opener vs. Biola (8/30) ... Came up with five big saves in 3-1 win vs. Azusa Pacific (9/1), and credited with three stops in second shutout vs. Concordia Irvine (9/6) ... Triton Athletes' Council (TAC) team representative.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2017
UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (9/5) ... Only Triton to start all 17 games, playing every minute (1656:28) ... Posted seven individual clean sheets ... Made college debut as starting goalkeeper in opener at Biola (8/31), earning credit for three saves over 110 minutes and denying two clear first-half chances while posting first career shutout in scoreless draw ... Two more saves for second straight clean sheet in 3-0 win vs. Occidental (9/2) in home opener.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2016
Attended UC San Diego during 2016-17 academic year, but was not on men's soccer roster.
Played for Oceanside Breakers ... 2016 Manchester City FC Americas Cup U-18 and Southern California National Premier Leagues (NPL) U-17 champions.
A 2016 graduate of Rancho Buena Vista High School in Vista ... All-Avocado West League Second Team as a senior ... Scholar Athlete in 2014 ... Also competed in track and field (triple jump) for the Longhorns.
Born Sept. 26 in Valencia ... Parents are Pedro and Lupe Enciso ... Has a brother named Daniel and a sister named Anisa ... Three cousins played soccer at Notre Dame de Namur ... Cognitive science major with a specialization in design and interaction at Revelle College ... Hopes to work in software design after graduating from UC San Diego ... Roots for Manchester United and Los Angeles Lakers ... Favorite athlete is Manchester United and Spain goalkeeper David De Gea ... Lists guitar as a hobby ... Listens to Arctic Monkeys.