2014 (California State Northridge): Lev-Ari played his third season for the Matadors, hitting the double-figure mark in goals for the third time as well. He scored 11 times in 19 games (18 starts), earning All-Far West Region Second Team honors as well as All-Big West Conference First Team honors for the second consecutive campaign.
2013 (California State Northridge): Lev-Ari scored a career-high 16 goals in 2013, adding six assists to complete one of the best individual seasons in Matadors history. He was named a NSCAA/Continental Tire First Team All-American, the school's first since 2005. He was also a semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy and was named to the NSCAA All-Far West Region First Team.
2012 (California State Northridge): The forward transferred to California State Northridge prior to the 2012 season, where he played 22 games (21 starts), scoring a team-leading 15 goals. He was named to the All-Big West Second Team and was also the Big West Tournament MVP.
2011 (Monroe College): Lev-Ari began his collegiate career at Monroe College in New Rochelle, NY. He helped his team to a second-place NJCAA Division I national finish.
Selected in the Second Round (35th overall) in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft on January 15, 2015
Name: Sagi Lev-Ari
Born: July 4, 1989 in Haifa, Israel
Hometown: Haifa, Israel
Acquired: Selected 35th overall in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft on January 15, 2015
Previous Experience: California State University – Northridge (2012-2014), Monroe College (2011)
In his free time, Lev-Ari likes to watch soccer, go to the movies and spend time with friends. His favorite all-time movie is Armageddon, and his favorite television show is Breaking Bad. Former Brazilian international Ronaldo is his idol, and growing up, he was a fan of Real Madrid. If he were not a soccer player, he would like to work in finance. He once served as an infantry soldier for his native country in the Israeli Defense Force. His favorite soccer memory is a hat trick he scored against the University of California – Santa Barbara in the Big West Conference playoffs as part of a 3-2 win.