Barto on Arbelaez: "Victor will be one of the biggest assets to the team this year. He brings a lot of experience, and will be one of the team's leaders this season."(2003 Junior):Started all 18 games ... tied for second on team with four goals, added four assists for twelve points ... scored game-winning goal against New Mexico (Oct. 18) ... named All-MPSF first team. (2002 Sophomore):Started every game for the Rebels in 2002...Scored two goals, including the game-winner in a 3-2 victory over Central Florida.
San Francisco: Spent one season at USF...A combination midfielder / forward for the Dons...Team finished the 2000 season with a 10-8-2 record and were winners of the Santa Clara Tournament.
High School: Graduated in 2000 from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nev...A four-year letterwinner in soccer under father and coach Victor Arbelaez...Three-time conference champions during prep career...Team reached the state finals and ended the year with a near perfect 21-1 record as a senior...Zone champions...Named Player of the Year and MVP of the Year...A member of Nevada's top 11 team (state team) in 1999-2000...Named the 1998-99 Nevada State Player of the Year, Gatorade Player of the Year and MVP of the Year...Team's leading scorer with 25 goals as a junior.
Personal: Boomer H. Arbelaez...Born August 7, 1982 in Las Vegas, Nev., to parents Victor Arbelaez and Mary Bobrick...Has one brother, Nick (22) and one sister, Jackie (19)...Father was a two-time All-American and soccer legend at the University of San Francisco and played professionally for five years with the San Diego Jaws, Las Vegas Quicksilvers, Pittsburg Spirit, Las Vegas Seaguls and Phoenix Fire...Chemistry major at UNLV.