Andy Thoma Photo Gallery
2013 Season (Junior): Started all 22 games at left back ... has one goal and one assist on the season ... named All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention ... selected as Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention.
2012 (Sophomore): T-9th in the Pac-12 in assists (2) and assists per game (0.20) ... started in both games on opening weekend helping UW to two wins and a shutout ... started vs. Wisconsin and played all 90 minutes, taking two shots ... played all 110 minutes vs. CSUB helping the back line hold one of the best offensive teams in the country scoreless ... played all 91 minutes at No. 4/1 UCONN ... took one shot ... played every minute of the 1-0 shutout vs. Memphis at UAB ... started and took one shot at UAB ... played and started 91 minutes on the back line vs. Brown ... played and started all 90 minutes in the 2-0 shutout vs. Seattle U ... played all 90 minutes in the Pac-12 opener vs. Oregon State ... played in all 110 minutes at SDSU and was credited with the assist on Quinton Beasley's goal in the 26th minute ... played all 90 minutes in the upset at No. 8 UCLA ... took one shot vs. Cal and played every minute in the 1-0 shutout ... earned the start in the 2-0 win vs. Stanford ... assisted Andy Thoma on the game-tying goal in the 70th minute at Cal ... earned the start in the 2-1 win at Stanford ... earned the start in the 2-0 win vs. SDSU ... earned the start on the back line in the 1-0 loss to No. 7 UCLA ... was solid for the Huskies in the 1-0 shutout at OSU ... was solid on defense in the 1-0 win vs. Air Force in the NCAA First Round ... started on the back line in the NCAA Second Round game at No. 8/12th-seeded Creighton.
2011 (Freshman):Had a solid freshman season, appearing in all 18 games and starting six ... got his first collegiate start versus Tulsa on Sept. 16 ... had two assists, one versus UCLA on Oct. 7 on a Brent Richards goal and one at California to Quinton Beasley on Oct. 16 ... took seven shots, with four on goal.
The 2010 New Mexico 4A State Player of the Year ... a midfielder and defender from Los Alamos (N.M.) High School played club ball with the Classic FC Gladiators ... a 2010 ESPN Rise New Mexico All-State player, a three-time all-state selection, the Northern New Mexico Top Male Soccer Athlete (2009), the District 2-4A Player of the Year (2010), a three-time all-district selection, the leading scorer for his high school over the past decade with 37 goals and 40 assists ... earned multiple MVP honors and club championships ... his high school won the state championship in 2010, was a finalist in 2009 and semi-finalist in 2007 and 2008 ... is also a standout track athlete as he is the state champion in the 400m, 400m relay, 800m relay and 1600m relay.
Andrew (Andy) Thomas Thoma was born April 29, 1993 in Los Alamos, N.M. ... parents are Ann and Dan Thoma ... has three siblings, Jon, Nick and Rachel ... was also recruited by Creighton, University of New Mexico, Oregon State and Missouri State ... former club teammate Nathaniel Pacheco plays at Gonzaga ... main hobby is golf ... lists favorite athlete as Gareth Bale, "becaue he is a great outside player with a lot of speed and is able to get goals from the outside position," ... most admires his father because, "he is well respected throughout his field of metallurgical engineering, and is an excellent father ... I admire him because of his dedication to whatever he is doing ... he became well-known throughout the science community because of his hard work through Los Alamos National Laboratory, but he still would always have time for his family ... my siblings and I have been involved in several different sports, and my father has been able to help us with all of them ... he has taken time to drive me around to all my soccer tournaments and practices, and has even coached my siblings and me in basketball and baseball ... I admire him because he is able to do so much for us, and that is how I would like to be when I am older," ... chose UW because of the excellent coaching staff and great facilities plus the acdemics are well-respected throughout the country so he will be able to excel in both his academic and athletic goals.