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Arman Momdzhyan contributes 15 years of national and international water polo experience to La Jolla United wpc. A four-time college All-American and recent UCSD graduate who was named the Head Coach of San Diego Miramar College Men’s Program in the Spring of 2019. Arman’s most recent water polo accomplishments include; 2-time ACWPC Division II Player of the Year at UCSD, 2-time ACWPC All-American and a 2-time (CCCAA) All-American at LAVC. Coach Momdzhyan was selected to compete in the 2017 USA National League with team USA University. Coach Arman also led his San Diego Miramar Jets Men’s Water Polo team to the PCAC Conference Championship game for the 1st time in school history in the Fall of 2021. He was named Co-Coach of the Year for the PCAC Conference in 2021-2022.
Arman competed at Glendale High School where he helped his team win three Pacific League titles, as well as the 2013 CIF title. Arman was a 3-time all CIF player, 2-time All-American, 2-time All-Pacific League MVP and compiled 451 goals in his 3 year high school career. Coach Momdzhyan was a captain his two-years under the helm of Jim McMillian & Jason Falitz at Los Angeles Valley College, where he led his Monarchs to back-to-back undefeated Conference championships, and a 3rd place standing in the Southern California regionals. His leadership role continued under the guidance of Denny Harper, after being named the 1st sole captain in UCSD history in 2017.
Arman hopes to provide La Jolla United athletes with the opportunity to reach their full potential, providing a training environment that will best facilitate in their personal growth and development. He strives to provide his passion and love for the game that helped mold him throughout his journey from a small water polo club, to community college, and at one of the most competitive levels in the sport.