ABDOLLMOHAMMADI'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
A graduate of Stanwood High, where he played four years of varsity soccer and one year as a member of the football team...soccer captain junior and senior seasons...coached in soccer by Bill Kitner and in football by Dick Abrams...SOPHOMORE year a starter in soccer...named to the WESTCO 4A first team...as a JUNIOR picked to the all-league second team while starting for a third straight year for the Spartans...during SENIOR (2002-03) year named the soccer team's MVP and also started for the Spartan football team as a kicker...in all soccer team made three State tournament appearances.
ABDOLLMOHAMMADI'S COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAREER
FRESHMAN (2003-04): Enrolled at Everett Community College, but did not compete in any sport. SOPHOMORE (2004-05): Transferred to Shoreline Community College and played soccer in the fall.
ABDOLLMOHAMMADI'S WSU CAREER
JUNIOR (2005-06): Enrolled at WSU in the fall of 2005. RS-JUNIOR (2006-07): Walked on in the spring of 2006...V-letter...Games 5...Starts 3...received the following single-game team awards: WSU's Pac-10 nomination on special teams for play against Arizona...Gamebreaker/UCLA...Special Teams: Kickoffs, field goal and PAT placements:
Saw limited action against Idaho;
Stepped in for the injured Loren Langley against UCLA and hit a crucial 31-yard field goal in the third quarter to give WSU an eight-point lead, then added two PAT kicks in the fourth quarter;
Handled all kicking chores against Arizona, ASU and Washington without missing a placement.
Romeen Anthony Abdollmohammadi...born Dec. 22, 1984 in Seattle...parents Mostafa and Penny Abdollmohammodi...one younger brother Mehron...father an engineer for Boeing Corp. and mother a Group Health pharmacist...during high school played for the F.C. United soccer club...WSU President's Honor Roll honoree and received department's academic excellence recognition...majoring in movement studies at WSU.