2010: Named a tri-captain.
2009: Garnered second-team all-Pac-10 accolades ... Led the team with 16 points on six goals and four assists ... The six goals were the most on the team, while the four helpers were second ... Also led SDSU in shots (42), shots on goal (19) and game-winning goals (tied, 2) ... Was the only Aztec to start all 18 games ... Tied for fourth in the Pac-10 in points and goals ... His two game-winners were tied for fifth in the league, while his 42 shot attempts were sixth ... Was even better in Pac-10 play, recording seven points on three goals and an assist ... In league games only, ranked in a tie for third in points and goals, while tying for fifth in shots (23) ... Had an assist in the team's 3-2, double-overtime win against Wisconsin on Sept. 13 ... Followed that up with a goal against Wisconsin-Green Bay (Sept. 18) ... Continued his hot play, scoring twice and assisting on another in San Diego State's 4-2 win over No. 6 UC Santa Barbara on Sept. 25 ... His final goal in that game was the eventual game-winner ... Three of his four shots against the Gauchos were on net ... For his efforts, he was named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week on Sept. 28 ... Had five shots in SDSU's 0-0, double-overtime tie at Washington (Oct. 2) ... Had a goal and assisted on the game-winner in a 2-1 San Diego State win over No. 6 California on Oct. 18 ... Scored both goals a week later as the Aztecs knocked off the same Bears, 2-0, in Berkeley ... For the two-goal performance, earned College Soccer News National Team of the Week (Oct. 26) and Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week (Oct. 26) honors ... Was named the Pac-10 Player of the Week the following day ... Assisted on the team's goal in a 1-1, double-overtime tie at Michigan State on Nov. 1 ... Had five shots at Washington on Nov. 6. ... SDSU was 4-0-2 when he recorded at least one point.
2008: Recorded the top offensive season this decade and one of the top seasons of the past 20 years ... Recorded 20 points on eight goals and four assists ... The 20 points were the most by an Aztec since Aaron Susi recorded 21 points (seven goals, seven assists) in the 1996 campaign ... Earned all-Pac-10 honorable mention honors for his breakout season ... Also garnered honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic team accolades ... Ranked among the conference leaders in points per game (third, 1.11), game-winning goals (third, three), goals (tied-third, eight), goals per game (tied-third, 0.44), points (tied-fourth, 20), shots per game (seventh, 2.17) and shots (eighth, 39) ... Was the only Aztec to start all 18 games ... Led the team in goals, points , shots on goal (24), shot-on-goal percentage (.615) and game-winning goals ... Was second in shots and tied for second with four assists ... After recording one point on an assist in 2007, he picked up two goals and one assist for five points in the first weekend of 2008 to help the Aztecs to a runner-up showing at the Courtyard Marriott San Diego Central Tournament ... Had three points on a goal and an assist in the team's 3-2 overtime loss to Michigan on Sept. 5 ... Also had a then career-best five shots (four on net) in 67 minutes ... Also scored a goal in SDSU's 6-0 victory over Albany two days later ... Had four shots, including two on net, in games versus Air Force (Sept. 14) and against UC Davis (Sept. 21) ... Broke his six-game scoring drought on Oct. 10 with the only goal of the match in a 1-0 victory at Stanford ... Had assists in back-to-back contests at home versus Oregon State (Oct. 17) and Washington (Oct. 19) ... Scored single goals in consecutive matches at Washington on Oct. 26 and at home versus Stanford on Oct. 31 ... The Oct. 31 tally was Reza's second game-winner in two tries against the Cardinal in the 2008 campaign ... Had a career day against Cal State Bakersfield on Nov. 9, recording three goals and assist in SDSU's 4-0 home victory ... He became the first Aztec to record a hat trick since Tyler Tinling scored four times against Christian Heritage on Oct. 4, 2001 ... The seven points were also the most in a match by a Pac-10 player last season ... He also set career-highs in shots (six) and shots on goal (five) in 80 minutes of action ... San Diego State was 4-1-1 when he scored at least one goal.
2007: Had a tremendous first season, starting 13 of the 17 games he appeared in ... The 13 starts and 17 games played were the most of any freshmen ... Had one assist on the season, which came in SDSU's 2-1, double-overtime win over Drake on Sept. 22 ... Came off the bench to play 49 minutes in the Aztecs' impressive 2-2, double-overtime tie at nationally ranked Creighton to open the season ... The play impressed the coaches enough that he started the next 12 contests ... Had two shots (both on goal) in SDSU's 1-0 triumph against Missouri State on Sept. 21 ... Also registered two attempts against UC Irvine on Sept. 29 ... Played every minute in six games, including a five-game stretch from Sept. 21-Oct. 12 which included two double-overtime matches ... The Aztecs were 7-5-1 when he earned the starting nod and 4-1-1 when he played the entire match ... A scholar-athlete.
High School: Region IV ODP player in 2004 and 2005 ... A Colorado ODP player for three years (2003-05) ... Earned four letters at John F. Kennedy High School in Denver, Colo. ... Garnered first-team all-league honors each of the last two seasons after making the second team his sophomore year ... Scored the second-most goals in Colorado in 5A ... Was an academic all-state selection each of the last two years ... Also played football.
Personal Raymundo Reza was born May 7, 1989, in Denver, Colo. ... Son of Araceli and Raymundo Reza.