Redshirted the season.
Played in 22 matches, making five starts … scored 10 goals on 38 attempts … named an honorable mention ACWPC All-America and All-MPSF selection for the second consecutive year … named an outstanding selection on the ACWPC All-Academic Team in addition to securing MPSF All-Academic Team honors … registered 14 steals, nine assists and six field blocks … scored the game-winning goal in sudden victory overtime for UCLA twice - in the MPSF Tournament title match against USC (Nov. 27) and versus Pacific in an MPSF contest (Nov. 4) … scored at least one goal in eight matches … had a pair of two-goal games - at Santa Clara (Oct. 16) and Long Beach State (Nov. 10).
Played in 24 matches, making 22 starts … scored 35 goals on 69 attempts, converting at a 50.7 percent rate … finished second on the team with 35 goals, seven shy of Ben Hohl’s team-leading 42 goals and the highest single-season total by a freshman since 2001, when Brett Ormsby registered 43 goals … named an honorable mention ACWPC All-America and All-MPSF selection … secured ACWPC All-Academic acclaim as an “outstanding” selection … finished his freshman campaign with 10 steals, six assists and five blocks … ranked 16th among MPSF field players with a 1.46 goals per game average … ranked fourth in that category among MPSF freshmen … scored in 18 of the Bruins’ 25 matches, including in nine of the team’s first 10 games … collected 10 multiple-goal games, including a season-high five goals in UCLA’s 10-9 win over Stanford in a semifinal match of the NorCal Tournament (Sept. 18) … also had four goals against UC San Diego (Oct. 30) and three goals in two matches … led UCLA with eight goals at the SoCal Tournament (Oct. 2-3), including a team-high three goals in a 9-8 loss to USC in the championship match (Oct. 3).
Studied at Evangelista Torricelli in Rome, Italy for five years … competed for the club team Roma Pallanuoto … helped lead the team to three gold medals and four silver medals at the Italian championships … earned team MVP honors in 2007 … played in 60 games with the Italian Junior National Team and three matches with the Italian Senior National Team … served as team captain and was the top scorer for Italy during the European Youth Championships in 2008 and 2009 … earned MVP honors at the 2009 Eight Nations Tournament in Syracuse, Italy.
Full name: Cristiano Mirarchi … born July 11, 1991 in Rome, Italy … Cristiano is the oldest of Maurialo Mirarchi and Elisabetta Porfirione’s three children … has one brother, Massimiliano, and one sister, Veronica … majoring in business economics.
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