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Andrew Aguila - West Coast Kicking Academy Hall Of Fame

Utah Blaze
University of Central Michigan
Compton Junior College
St. John Bosco

Andrew is the ultimate competitor and had the perfect mindset to be a tremendous placekicker.  His methodical approach to training provided for consistent results throughout his career, allowing him to rise above his peers.  All-CIF/All-League at St. John Bosco, All-American at Compton JC and All-Conference at Central Michigan University.  He is still the bench mark that we compare other kickers to in terms of technique, power, and consistency.

Andrew is now passing on his knowledge of kicking with young people as a full time staff member at West Coast Kicking Academy.

-Brad Bohn
Director, West Coast Kicking Academy

Aguila Advice 

First and foremost: Keep your grades up. At the end of the day, it doesn't matter how strong of a leg you have or how consistent you are on the field. Success in the classroom is as important as your success on the field. Your academics are ultimately your ticket into whichever school you want to attend.

Second: Learn to love to compete. I was truly lucky to be around a lot of really great kickers when I was younger. Compared to them when I first started coming out on Sundays, I wasn't very good. It's easy to become discouraged in situations like that. Wanting to be the better than all the other good kickers and compete on those Sunday workouts is what drove me to keep working everyday to raise my level of kicking. If I wasn't doing something to get better, there was a good chance my competition was. The mentality to want to be the best and work with the purpose to get better everyday is something that needs to come from within you. Learning to love competition and pressure, and enjoying the process that comes with becoming a better competitor will make you a successful kicker.


St. John Bosco 2004-2005
Career Stats:
76% FG over two seasons (28 of 37)
41.1 yard per punt average in one season
5 FGs over 50 yards (54, 52, 51, 50, 50)
2x All Serra League
2nd Team MaxPrep All-State Team
1st Team Division I All-CIF
1st Team Press-Telegram Dream Team
All Star Games:
105 East vs. West All- Star Game
Shrine Public vs. Private All-Star Game
School Records:
Field Goals - Career (28)
Field Goals - Season (16)
Field Goals - Game (3)
Field Goals - Longest (54)
Punting Average - Season (41.1 yards)

Compton Junior College - 2006
Career Stats:
78% Field Goal Percentage in one season (14 of 18)
1st Team JC Grid-Wire All-American
Named Team MVP

Central Michigan University - 2007-2009
Career Stats:
159 Extra Points
42 Field Goals
285 Points
2008 All-Mac Selection
5x MAC West Special Teams Player of the Week
2010 GMAC Bowl Special Teams Player of the Game
CMU Single Game Record:
Field Goals Made (5)
CMU All-Time Career Record Lists:
1st in Extra Points Made (159)
3rd in Career Points (285)
4th in Career Field Goals Made (42)

Memorable Moments 

My senior season we played Michigan State University at Spartan Stadium. Late in the fourth quarter successfully vonverted an onside kick and game winning 42 yard FG to win 29-27. Still the biggest win in school history.

After the kick went through, all you could hear was a muted hiss coming from a makeshift CMU student section that was comprised of about 3,000 fans in the upper deck of the 75,000 person stadium. Silencing a crowd on the road was definitely what made that kick a little more memorable.

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