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#6 Douglas Armstrong
Pos: MF
Height: 6-0
Weight: 155
Year: SR
Major: Business Administration (management)
Parents: Paul & Vauna
Birthday: December 22
Hometown: Lakewood, CA
High School: Lakewood

2011: Heading into his final campaign, he's the connector between the offense and defense from his post in the midfield…one of the best at his position in the GSAC, his ability to take care of the ball, stand up to defensive pressure, and facilitate the tempo of the match will drive the team's success…knows the game inside and out and will use that to help his teammates…extremely durable, he is looking to extend his current streak of 58 consecutive starts…should contend for multiple, post-season honors.

2010: After two years of excelling in virtual anonymity, the junior midfielder finally got his due by being named  All-GSAC for the first time…scored only one goal (vs. Pt. Loma Nazarene on 9/15/10) but his play as center midfielder caught the eye of opposing coaches who saw him as one able to dictate the flow of a match without racking up big-time numbers.

2009: One of the GSAC's most consistent midfielders missed only one match and started the other 24 in an ironman performance…has started in all 42 matches he has played in as a collegian…finished second on the team with seven assists…fed teammates for two goals in a 7-1 wipeout of Southwestern (AZ) on 9/4/09…assisted on what turned out be the deciding goal (Marcelo Silva) in a 2-1 edging of Westmont on 10/28/09 and was on the front end of the match's first tally (Jake Marchesani) as the Mustangs beat Biola 3-1 in the GSAC Tournament championship game on 11/14/09. 

2008: A starter from the opening whistle, he was one of six Mustangs to play in all 18 matches…tied for the team lead with five assists…had a season-high two assists vs. SOKA on 9/23/08…assisted on Fabio Joaquim's match-tying goal vs. Biola on 9/27/08. 

Lakewood High School: A three-year varsity starter for Coach James Cross and the Lancers, he was the center of attention his final two seasons when he scored 66 points…two-time team MVP and Striker of the Year…following his junior campaign when he tallied 26 points on 11 goals and four assists, he was named first-team All-Moore League and was a second-team choice on the Long Beach Press-Telegram's Dream Team…a year later he upped his production to 40 points (16 goals, eight assists) and was named Lakewood High School's Co-Athlete of the Year, repeated with first-team all-league honors, and was an All-CIF Division II second-team choice…also moved up to the Press-Telegram's Dream Team first team.