Arman Momdzhyan contributes 13 years of national and international water polo experience to San Diego Miramar College. 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 and 2-time All-Pacific League MVP. Arman compiled 451 goals in his 3 year high school career before moving onto the community college level at Los Angeles Valley College.
Arman was a 2-time captain under the helm of former 1997 NCAA championship team assistant coach Jim McMillan & current UCLA assistant coach Jason Falitz. He was named a two-time 1st team All-Conference, two-time 1st team All-CCCAA, & a two-time All-American. After leading his Monarchs to 2 straight undefeated conference championships, he transferred to UCSD to continue his education and water polo career.
Arman made an immediate impact for the Tritons, leading the team in scoring, ejections drawn, and shooting percentage his Junior year. The first sole captain in UCSD his Senior year added on to his colorful resume. He was named a two-time ACWPC Division II Player of the Year, two-time ACWPC Division II All-American 1st team, two-time WWPA 1st team, 3-time WWPA player of the week, and led his 9th nationally ranked Tritons to back-to-back Conference title matches.
Arman currently coaches all age groups at La Jolla United wpc where he has led his youth team to multiple top-3 finishes in tournaments all around California. He enters his 1st year as Head Coach at Miramar College in 2019 where he hopes to provide his athletes with the tools necessary to compete at the next level.