#6 Zach Klindworth
Pos: FW
Height: 5-8
Weight: 140
Year: SR
Major: Communication
Parents: David & Debbie
Birthday: February 15
Hometown: Valencia, CA
High School: Valencia
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2016: This lithe, explosive talent returns for his final collegiate season as one of the club’s primary scoring threats…has proven over the past three years that he can put the ball in the net or find teammates who will…combining exceptional quickness with exquisite ball skills, he’s a legitimate scoring threat every time he gets near the net…accelerates quickly, putting pressure on opposing defenses…enjoys one-on-one situations…habitually unselfish, he finds open teammates with wonderful vision and touch…will toggle back and forth between striker and midfield…on the cusp of becoming the first four-time All-GSAC selection in program history.

2015:  Dazzled opponents with a game that displayed precise passes leading to goals…led the team in assists (7) for the third year in a row, a mark that tied for second-best in conference play…tacked on four goals and finished with 15 points on the way to All-GSAC honors for the third consecutive year, becoming only the third player in program history to do so…scored a goal and assisted on three others during a 6-0 win over Arizona Christian on 10/1/15…assisted on two goals on 10/17/15 in a 3-0 victory against William Jessup.

2014:  Met the challenge of wearing a target in his sophomore season by getting the ball to open teammates and scoring when he had opportunity en route to repeat All-GSAC accolades…found teammates for goals a team-high 10 times, highlighted by a trio of multi-assist outings…assisted on all three goals as the Mustangs shut out San Diego Christian on 10/4/14…added two assists apiece in wins vs. William Jessup (10/1/14) and Vanguard (10/15/14), respectively…scored his first goal of the campaign vs. Menlo on 9/15/14 and added tallies vs. William Jessup on 10/1/14 and San Diego Christian on 10/29/14.

2013:  First-year player turned into a lethal threat, leading the team in scoring and earning All-GSAC honors in a sensational freshman campaign…produced a rare triple by leading the club in goals, assists, and points…tied for the top spot in the conference with eight assists and finished fifth in the GSAC with 26 points...tallied his first collegiate goal and added an assist at Whittier on 9/4/13…scored a season-high two goals vs. Concordia on 10/8/13 and four days later assisted on two goals and scored one  himself in a 3-0 shutout of Whittier.