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Coach Aristotelous has completed sixteen seasons which include four league championships (most recent, 2014 Big 8 Championship), six national rankings (most recent 2015), two state final four appearances (most recent 2015), one All-State Academic team, and an overall record of 229 wins, 95 losses, and 45 draws. Coach Aristotelous started coaching locally for Modesto Youth Soccer Association (MYSA), then gradually moved up through class 3 soccer, class 1 soccer (AJAX) , junior varsity boys, high school boys, and high school girls before being hired at Modesto Junior College. Although coach Aristotelous enjoys the competition, education is his driving motto behind his collegiate teams. "I love soccer, and I hope all my athletes continue to play at some level for years to come after they leave MJC. But what is most important, is accomplishing educational goals, whether it's a four-year degree or a certificate in a specific field, I want all of these young ladies walking away from school doing something they love for a career."
Coach Aristotelous graduated with his undergraduate degree from St. Mary's College of California in 1995 and earned his master's degree in Sport Science from the United States Sports Academy in 2003.
Phone: (209) 613-2014
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Email: mjcwomenssoccer @msn.com