Women’s Soccer Adds Ariana Robles as Assistant Coach

SAN DIEGO – Aztec Women’s Soccer Head Coach Mike Friesen announced the discontinuation Ariana Robles as an assistant coach. Robles is a San Diego native and a graduate of Eastlake High School. He played for the Aztecs from 2016 to 2019.

“It’s so exciting to have an alumni on our team,” says head coach Mike Friesen said. “Ari was a fantastic player, but more importantly, she was an incredible teammate. I have loved being a part of Ari’s growth during her time here and have continued to watch her grow since graduating. I look forward to seeing her take off She is a coach and knows she will have a huge impact on our team culture. She has a unique ability to connect with people and encourage them to perform at their best.”

A four-year varsity letterwinner, Robles appeared in 71 games for the Aztecs and started in 62 of them. Robles helped the Aztecs to a 2017 NCAA tournament appearance, a 2017 Mountain West tournament title, and a 2019 Mountain West regular-season title. She was part of three teams that achieved double-digit wins, and during her time at SDSU The Aztecs posted an impressive 25-11-7 record in the Mountain West Conference game. She was also a standout student in the classroom and was a three-time Academic All-Mountain West selection (2017, 2018, 2019).

“I’m very grateful to be back on the program that holds so many memories for me,” said Robles. “I’m excited to see what I can now give back to this program from across the lines and help bring another Mountain West title back to San Diego State!”

After graduating from San Diego State with a degree in psychology, Robles coached at Eastlake High School during the 2021-22 season and helped lead the Titans to a 9-8-2 record.

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