Player Profile

Jesús Sánchez

10 Midfield

Nationality :Mexican
Date Of Birth :12/25/1990
Height :5'7
Weight :162
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Sánchez, who played a pivotal role in the Pumas’ reaching the 2014 PDL national championship game, rejoins the club in 2016 after one season in the USL with the Oklahoma City Energy.

After his stellar performance down the stretch that season for the Pumas, Sánchez was signed by Oklahoma City. Sánchez helped lead the expansion club to a second-place finish in the Western Conference regular season and the Western Conference final in the playoffs. Sánchez made 26 appearances, including 21 starts, for OKC, scoring three goals and adding four assists.

Growing up in Chula Vista, California, he was exposed to an elite caliber of play from a very young age with Nomads Soccer Club, who consistently produce players that go on to compete at the professional level.

Sánchez, who attended Cal State Bakersfield, made an instant impact at the collegiate level as he became a four-year starter for the Roadrunners. He scored 12 goals and had 27 assists throughout his career and received individual recognition in the form of Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Player of the Year as a sophomore and First Team All-Conference as a junior.

His exceptional play throughout his career at Bakersfield earned him national recognition as a top-10 attacking midfielder. He was projected to be an MLS draft pick after his senior season.