6 - Max Ornstil
Max Ornstil
Height: 6-0
Weight: 170
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Oakland, Calif.
High School: Bishop O' Dowd
Position: Midfielder
Major: Business

2013 WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention
2012 WCC All-Freshman Team

2013 Action Photos

SOPHOMORE (2013): In his sophomore season, Ornstil started in 17 of the Broncos’ 20 matches … excelling on the pitch and in the classroom, Ornstil was an WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention … attempted three shots vs. Central Arkansas (Sept. 15) … attempted two shots at San Jose State (Sept. 19) … collected a shot on goal at USD (Oct. 4) … attempted a shot on goal vs. USF (Oct. 11) … picked up the game-winning assist in the Broncos’ 2-1 victory at Gonzaga (Nov. 3).

FRESHMAN (2012): Made an instant impact as a first-year college player, starting in 16 games and being named to the 2012 WCC All-Freshman team at season's end ... started at midfield in each of the team's first nine games and would go on to appear in all 19 matches ... helped SCU go 11-6-2 on the year and 8-2-2 in WCC play ... got off a season-high five shots and distributed an assist during a nationally televised game with Portand (Oct. 26) ... totaled 20 shots on the year, which was fourth-highest among any Bronco in 2012, putting five on goal. 

HIGH SCHOOL:
Attended Bishop O’Dowd High School in Oakland, Calif. … established a new freshman varsity scoring record … helped the Dragons achieve a top 25 national ranking by ESPNU during his sophomore season … captained the Dragons as a junior in 2010-11 and led the team in assists … twice earned praise as an All-East Bay selection by the Contra Costa Times … went on to play for the U-17/18 De Anza Force Academy team as a senior ... helped De Anza take seventh place at the 2011-12 Development Academy Finals Week in Houston.

PERSONAL:
Born in Berkeley, Calif. … son of Michael Ornstil and Barrie Bulmore … has one sister, Madison … mother, Barrie, was an All-America tennis player at Cal and went on to play professionally … studying in SCU’s Leavey School of Business.