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Luis

Gamez

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Height: 5'10"
Weight: 170
Year: Senior
Hometown: The Dalles, Ore.
High School: The Dalles HS

Bio

2007: Gamez missed the season due to injury. 

2006: Starting 15 of the 18 matches he appeared in, Gamez earned four assists during the season. All four assists came in Seattle victories: against Sonoma State (Aug. 26), against Cal State Stanislaus (Aug. 28), at Western Washington (Oct. 25), and against Seattle Pacific (Oct. 28). Gamez also starred in the classroom, earning Academic All-GNAC honors.

2005: Gamez came off of the bench in 11 matches for the Redhawks... An integral part of the Redhawk defensive, helping SU limit opponent shot production to .084 for the season and shut-out six teams in 2005. That Redhawk defensive core limited opponent shots in five matches to three shots or less... As a team, SU finished second in the GNAC, averaging 1.05 goals per match. Team also held conference opponents to 0.50 goals per match, allowing only three total goals by GNAC teams. SU also finished second in shutting out conference opponents, holding three GNAC teams scoreless...

2004: Gamez redshirted in 2004.

The Dalles HS: Gamez was a four-year letterwinner on The Dalles High School soccer team...was named team Most Valuable Player three years...was also a two-time first team all-state selection and a second-team all-state pick once...was also a first-team all-Tri Valley League pick all four years...scored 54 goals during his prep career...led his team to two state tournament appearances...club team Westside Metros was the state champions...was also a two-year letterwinner in track and field.

Personal: Gamez's major is humanities for teaching with a minor in Spanish. Born December 5, 1985, his parents are J. Carmen and Carmen A. Gamez.

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