2012 -- Earned first-team All-Summit League, scoring four goals and putting up nine points to rank second on the team in both categories... He finished his career ranked fourth in goals (18), third in shots (142), sixth in points (44), and 10th in assists (8)... Two of his goals were game-winners, putting his career total up to nine... Scored against IPFW, Central Arkansas, Oral Roberts, and Omaha... Logged an assist against Florida International... Took a season-high five shots against both Tulsa and Western Illinois in the Summit League semis.
2011 -- Came into the season as a goalkeeper, making the move in the offseason, but moved back to forward by the third game of the year... Played in 15 games, starting 14 at forward, while starting another in the goal... Scored two goals on the year, both were game-winners... First came in a 1-0 win against MidAmerica Nazarene, with the second coming against Oregon State in a 2-1 victory... He also tallied an assist vs. Oregon St. for a season best three points... He led the team with three assists on the season, and ranked second with 35 shots... He had a season-best seven shots at IPFW... Ended the season as the active career leader in game-winning goals with seven, while sitting 11th in both career goals and points... Also ranks 12th in career assists.
2010 -- A second-team All-Summit League pick at forward, he started 17 games... He ranked sixth in the Summit League with 40 shots, while ranking tied for 10th in points (9), and tied for fourth in assists (3)... He also ranked third on the team in goals with three... Scored goals in wins against Columbia College (Sept. 18), Oral Roberts (Oct. 1), and Eastern Illinois (Oct. 3)... He was named the Summit League Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 4... Also tallied two assists in a 4-1 win against IPFW (Oct. 23).
2009 -- Summit League Newcomer of the Year... First Team all-Summit League and all-Newcomer team selection... played in 14 matches with a total of 13 starts... scored nine goals and had one assist for a total of 19 points in 962 minutes... the nine goals and 19 points are tied for the seventh and 12th most in a single season and the most by a UMKC freshman in school history... attempted 34 shots with 13 being on goal... three of his nine strikes were game-winning goals... led The Summit League in points per game (1.36), goals per game (.64), while being tied for the most game-winning goals (3)... also was second in goals (9) and points (19), third in shots per game (2.43) and eighth in shots (34)... scored a hat trick - the seventh in UMKC history - in the 3-1 win over Memphis (9/11)... as a result, he was selected as the Most Valuable Player of the UAB "Soccer For A Cure" Classic and was named The Summit League Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 14... he is the first freshman and the youngest player in school history to accomplish the feat... found the back of the net once in the 3-2 loss at Saint Louis (9/30) and scored the game-winning goal in the 2-1 win at Denver (10/10)... scored a goal in four straight matches from Oct. 24 to Nov. 7... tallied a goal and had an assist in the 4-1 win over Centenary (10/24), scored the GWG in the 3-0 shutout victory over Baker (10/27), notched the team's lone strike in the 2-1 loss vs. Oakland (10/31) and rounded out the streak with a goal in the 3-2 loss at IPFW (11/7)... recipient of UMKC's Dutton Brookfield Award, which is presented annually to a talented student-athlete who demonstrates great potential for the future.
High School -- Three time all-Dade County selection... was a first team honoree as a senior, a second team selection as a junior and a third team honoree as a sophomore... named Most Valuable Player as a sophomore and senior... team captain as both a junior and senior... holds the Florida Christian High School record for most goals in a season (30)... played club soccer for West Kendall for eight years, where he helped the team to three State Cup titles... also was a part of the U-15 Dallas Cup champions.
Personal -- Born on Feb. 13, 1991 in Miami, Fla... son of Pedro and Julie Sarabia... has one older brother, Chris, and one younger sister, Kristina... undecided on a major.
Year GP GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att
2009 14 13 9 1 19 34 .265 13 .382 3 0-0
2010 17 17 3 3 9 40 .075 14 .350 2 0-1
2011 16 15 2 3 7 35 .057 15 .429 2 0-0
2012 19 19 4 1 9 33 .121 9 .273 2 0-0
TOTAL 66 64 18 8 44 142 .127 51 .359 9 0-1