Sujinda  Dangvan
11  Sujinda Dangvan

Vancouver, WA

High School:
Mountain View

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 155





WWU's Sujinda Dangvan named first-team GNAC all-star

Vikings' Andrew Weishaar is second-team pick


WWU ends season at No.3-ranked Simon Fraser on Sunday

Vikings are 4-1-0 over last five games, averaging 3.4 goals during that stretch


WWU triumphs 5-1 at Saint Martin's for third straight victory

Vikings clicking offensively, have scrored 18 goals in last five games


WWU topples No. 11 Seattle Pacific, 3-1

Curtis scores twice for Vikings


WWU on road again this week

Vikings travel to No.11 Seattle Pacific and Saint Martin's

COLLEGE: Finished four-year career ranked 14th among school leaders in assists (11) and tied for 16th in points (33) ... First-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star as senior in 2012 ... Started all 18 games ... Had 6 goals and tied for team lead with 3 assists for 15 points, second on squad ... Scored both goals in 2-1 win over Montana State Billings on 9/15/12 ... Played in all 17 games, making 14 starts, as junior in 2011 ... Had 2 assists for 2 points ... Started all 17 games played as sophomore in 2010 ... Had 4 goals and 6 assists for 14 points ... Scored 1 goal and had 2 assists vs. Hawaii Pacific on 10/10/10 ... Played in 11 games, making one start, as freshman in 2009 ... Scored 1 goal for 2 points ... Four letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Selected from Region Four, which comprises western United States, to play on Olympic Development Program team that traveled to Costa Rica in March ... Played four seasons on Eastside United FC, helping squad to regional quarterfinals in 2007 and national title in 2010 ... Lost in state final in 2008, but won titles at Boise Regional Tournament and San Diego Surf College Cup ... Graduate of Mountain View High School ... Played as sophomore for Thunder in 2007 on team that won Greater St. Helens League and district titles and got to quarterfinals of Class 4A state playoffs ... Scholar-Athlete award winner.

PERSONAL: Lived in Thailand for four years from age 7 to 11 ... Major is business.