#9 Austin Rochow
Pos: FW
Height: 6-1
Weight: 175
Year: SR
Major: Business Administration
Parents: David & Kelly
Birthday: July 7
Hometown: Canyon Country, CA
High School: Canyon
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2015:  Senior outside winger is primed to close out his college career in a productive way…regaining a starting spot, he’s intent on parlaying that confidence into goals and assists…enjoys the challenge of taking the ball by opponents and creating scoring opportunities…uses exceptional speed and a slashing style of play to get open for high-percentage shots…if he receives crisp passes on the run, he’ll be hard to stop…his quirky shooting motion works to his advantage, keeping opponents off-balance…excellent touch and composure allow him to respond better to challenges…invested in the team’s success, he’ll be called upon to model what a soccer player is on and off the field.

2014: Third-year veteran played in 20 of the team’s 21 matches, making two starts. 

2013: Building on his freshman year production, he enjoyed another solid year offensively, finishing third on the team with four goals and nine points…his first goal of the year enabled the Mustangs to tie Cal State San Marcos on 9/21/13…just over three weeks later (10/16/13), his third tally of the season tied the match vs. Vanguard, one which the Mustangs eventually won 3-2…played in all of the team’s games for the second year in a row.

2012: First-year player adjusted well to the college game, developing quickly into a major scoring threat…finished third on the team with 12 points and second with five goals…played in all of the club’s 19 matches, making 12 starts…his first collegiate goal against Bethesda on 9/4/12 proved to be the game-winner in a 2-0 shutout…four days later, he capped off a 5-0 blanking of William Jessup with two more tallies…on 9/21/12, he scored the final goal in a 4-0 whitewashing of La Sierra…scored the club’s lone goal, his fifth and final one of the season, in a 6-1 loss against eventual GSAC champion Concordia.

Canyon HS:  A three-year varsity performer, he developed into one of the Southland’s top scorers…finished his prep career with 110 points on 45 goals and 20 assists…scored 10 goals to go along with a career-high eight assists during his sophomore season when the Cowboys captured the Foothill League championship…doubled his goal-scoring output as a junior and added five more assists for 45 points…capped off a sparkling career in 2012 by leading the Cowboys to another league title while earning first-team all-league honors after tallying 37 points on a league-high 15 goals and seven assists.