The 21 ties for second in the league among the men's soccer teams
South Carolina leads the league for the 10th-consecutive fall
South Carolina ends its season with an 11-8-2 mark
Men's Soccer vs. Furman NCAA Tournament 1st Round 11/19/15
Pictures, provided by Conference USA, from the Gamecocks' quarterfinal win over the New Mexico Lobos in the 2015 tourney.
Shots from the Gamecocks' 3-1 win over Old Dominion on Halloween night 2015 at The Graveyard.
Shots from the Gamecocks' shutout of the nation's top scoring offense FIU.
Shots from the Gamecocks' 2-1 win over Florida Atlantic on Oct. 9, 2015 at Stone Stadium
- 2013 CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District 4 Team
- 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 C-USA Academic Honor Roll
- 2012, 2013, 2014 C-USA Commissioner's Academic Medal
- 2013, 2014, 2015 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
- 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER ACCOMPLISHMENTS: A four-time member of the Conference USA and Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Rolls, claiming three C-USA Academic Medals for a cumulative GPA of 3.75 and above … Led his class with 12 career assists and added three goals, two going as game-winners.
2015 (SENIOR): Played in all 21 matches, starting 20 … Played the fourth-most minutes (1,634) … Tallied five assists, tying for the team high with Koty Millard … His first helper came on Jeffrey Torda’s SportsCenter Top 10 play in the 4-2 win over Georgia Southern (8/31) … Also assisted on the only goal in the win at UAB (9/18) … Closed the year by playing every minute in six consecutive matches … Gained a spot on both the C-USA Commissioner’s and SEC Academic Honor Rolls.
2014 (JUNIOR): Played in 12 matches, starting five ... Scored two goals and added one assist ... Posted his assist in the season's first match, finding Kurtis Turner for the game-winner in double overtime against Belmont (8/29) ... His first goal was a game-winner against UNC Greensboro (9/23) ... Scored the game-tying goal in the biggest comeback win in program history at FIU (10/8) ... Battled injuries throughout the year, playing his final match of the year on Oct. 25 ... Earned a Conference USA Academic Medal and spots on both the C-USA and Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Rolls.
Started first 11 games of the season before being sidelined by a foot injury...came back to play in his 12th match of the season vs. Tulsa in the C-USA Tournament (Nov. 13)... posted four assists on the season, connecting on a set piece with Mahamoudou Kaba on each tally... the pair connected to equalize against Clemson (Sept. 2) on a corner kick opportunity, scored in the 2-1 win at Charlotte (Sept.27) from a free kick and produced the game-winner against Presbyterian (Oct. 1) on a corner...Arambula served Kaba again on yet another corner kick against No. 23 Tulsa (Oct. 6)...tallied four points on the assists and put 11 of his 29 shots on goal...Earned CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District 4 Team honors...also named to the Conference USA Academic Honor Roll and received the C-USA Commissioner's Academic Medal...SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
Saw action in 16 contests with 10 starts during rookie campaign ... Posted four points on one goal and two assists ... Registered 10 shots, including three on goal ... Posted first assist of the season in 1-0 win against archrival Clemson (Sept. 18) ... Earned first-career start in contest at SMU (Sept. 24) ... Tallied the first goal of his career, the game winner, in 2-1 C-USA victory over UCF (Oct. 7) ... Registered second assist of the year on goal scored by Braeden Troyer at Marshall (Oct. 13) ... Named to the C-USA Academic Honor Roll ... Also received the C-USA Commissioner's Academic Medal, which is awarded to student-athletes with a cumulative GPA of 3.75 and above ... Member of the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll ... Shared the team's Strength and Conditioning Award with Snoopy Davidson.
High school 3A All-State Team, Region VIII-3A Player of the Year, All-Region ... Named the 2012 Grand Strand Athlete of the Year ... Scored 16 goals and tallied 17 assists during high school season in 2011 ... High School team captain ... Played club soccer for South Carolina United and coach Clark Brisson ... Club team qualified for 2010 playoffs as the top seed ... Club team captain, 2011-12 ... 3-year letterwinner at Myrtle Beach High School.
Son of Reynaldo and Tracy Arambula; has one brother Coby, and three sisters, Claire, Shaina and Emily ... Major at South Carolina is arts and sciences - undecided.