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Height: 5'8"
Weight: 155
Year: Senior
Hometown: Yelm, Wash.
High School: Yelm HS
Other College: Peninsula College
Experience: 1 Letter


Graduated in 2014 with a B.A. in liberal studies

2013: 24 gp, 24 gs, 15 goals, 5 assists, 35 points, 95 shots, .158 sh%, 50 SOG, .526 SOG% ... 4 GWG, 2-3 PK ... Bill Fenton Male Athlete of the Year at Athletics Awards Show ... Named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week for the week of Nov. 18-24 ... Assisted Chase Hanson's first career goal at No. 2 Washington in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament (11/24) ... Scored both goals, including the game winner, at Creighton in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (11/21) ... Named to the WAC All-Tournament team ... scored the equalizing goal in the team's come-from-behind victory vs. SJSU in the WAC Tournament title game (11/17) ... assisted Jeff Rose's goal in the WAC semifinal game vs. Air Force (11/15) ... named WAC Offensive Player of the Year and First Team All-Conference ... assisted Jeff Rose's game-winner in 1-0 shutout vs. SJSU on Senior Night (11/9) ... assisted the only goal on the Redhawks side by Massimino in the 1-1 tie against Houston Baptist (11/1) ...  named WAC Offensive Player of the Week for the week of Oct. 14-20 ... scored one of two goals in the 2-1 victory over Bakersfield (10/20) ... scored the only two of the teams goals in the 2-0 shutout against UNLV (10/18) ... Scored two goals in team's 2-2 2OT draw vs. preseason favorites Bakersfield (10/13) ... assisted the game-winner in team's 2OT match vs. UNLV (10/11) ... scored the game-winning and fourth goals of the match in team's 4-0 shutout at San Jose State (Oct. 5).. Scored team's only goal vs. Georgia State, tallying four shots, two on goal (9/20) ... scored the game-tying goal at Portland (9/15) ... scored the go-ahead goal at Oreogn State, leading the team with seven shots, four on goal (9/13) ... scored the tying goal, with four shots, three on goal (9/8) ... led the team with four shots, three on goal at Delaware in start at UMBC (9/1) ... scored the Redhawks' lone goal, recording five shots, one on goal in start at UMBC (8/30)

2012: Played in 17 matches ... scored four goals ... provided one assist ... earned nine total points ... tallied 50 shots with 13 of them goal ... scored one game-winning goal ... scored on one penalty kick ... earned start at San Jose State (11/3) ... fired two shots in start versus #10 New Mexico (10/28) ... scored fourth goal of season on four shots in start, win versus Houston Baptist (10/26) ... notched one shot on goal in start at Denver (10/21) ... saw action in start at Air Force (10/19) ... fired five shots, three on goal and scored one goal in start versus CSU Bakersfield (10/14) ... tallied four shots in start versus UNLV (10/12) ... fired two shots, one on goal in start at CSU Bakersfield (10/7) ... tallied four shots, one on goal in start at UNLV (10/5) ... took three shots and one shot on goal in start vs San Jose State (9/30)... tallied two shots in start at #20 Washington (9/23) ... scored second goal of year and added one assist on four total shots in start, win versus Portland (9/21) ... tallied four shots in start versus #6 UC Santa Barbara (9/16) ... fired two shots, one on frame in start at Nebraska Omaha (9/9) ... registered two shots in start at Sacramento State ... took two shots, one on target in start at Gonzaga (8/26) ... scored first goal of the season on nine shots, two on frame versus Cal Poly (8/24)

Peninsula College: Miguel set the single-season and career scoring records at Peninsula College, collecting 34 goals during the 2011 season and finishing his two-year career with 49 goals. He was named NWAACC West Division MVP in both 2010 and 2011.

High School: Miguel was a four-year starter for the Yelm High School Tornadoes. A two-time First Team All-State selection, he helped the varsity team reach the district playoffs in 2007, 2009, and 2010. In 2008, he was named sophomore athlete of the year, and received the team's most inspirational award in 2009.

Personal: Miguel is the son of Martha Gonzalez Oseguera, and he has five siblings: Teresa, Jose Luis, Ramon, Veronica Leticia, and Daniel. Born October 1, 1990, Miguel is majoring in liberal studies

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