2005 -- First-team CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District ... Second-team Pac-10 All-Academic selection ... Started in six of nine games played ... Scored a goal in the 4-0 upset win over eventual national champion Maryland.
2004 -- Scored the game-winning goal with a header off a corner kick in the NCAA second round vs. LMU ...Played in seven games and started in four, including the team's two NCAA games.
2003 -- Redshirted the season with an injury.
2002 -- UCLA Rookie of the Year ...Starter in seven of 13 games played ...Scored two goals on the year, including the game-winner in a 1-0 victory at Washington ...Also scored against Fresno State at home ...Led the team in shot percentage, scoring 66.7% of the time he shot.
High School -- Four-year letterman at Malibu HS under coaches Jason Moore and Frank Page ... Played sweeper, center-midfielder and forward during his prep career ... School-record holder for career goals (70) and single-season goals (33 as a senior) ... League MVP and first-team All-CIF as a senior ...Led his team to the CIF Div. V title in 2001, as well as the league championship and earned first-team All-CIF and all-league honors after scoring 17 goals ...Team MVP and first-team all-league as a sophomore ... Earned second-team all-league acclaim in his freshman season ... Three-year member of the ODP state team and two-year member of the ODP regional team ...Five-year team captain for So. Cal United, which was a semifinalist at the National Cup and the champion of the Premier League.
Personal -- Described his greatest athletic thrill as winning the NCAA Championship in 2002 ... Favorite soccer player is Jurgen Klinsmann of Germany ...Hobbies include hanging with friends, sleeping and watching soccer and basketball ... Grandmother and aunt also attended UCLA ...Full name is Lukas Patrick Mehring ... Born June 9, 1984 in Canoga Park, CA ... History major.