Name: Alberto Montilla
Position: Striker
Caps: 27
Sport: Field Hockey
DOB: 1/24/1998
Hometown: Allen, Texas
College: University of California, San Diego
Team/Club: Bulldogs Field Hockey Club
World Championship Experience
  • Bronze - 2019 Pan American Games (Lima, Peru)
  • Bronze - 2018 Junior Nations Invitational Tournament (New Haven, Conn.)
  • 4th - 2022 Pan American Cup (Santiago, Chile)
  • 4th - 2019 Hockey Series Final (Bhubaneswar, India)
Other Career Highlights
  • 2022: Named to U.S. Men's National Team (September)
  • 2022: 4-Nations Tournament (Glasgow, Scotland)
  • 2021: Europe Tour (Frankfurt, Germany & Antwerp, Belgium), Series against Canada (Moorpark, Calif.)
  • 2021: Named to U.S. Men's National Team (September)
  • 2020: Series against South Africa (Durban, South Africa)
  • 2019: Series against France (Cambrai, France), Series against Ireland (Dublin, Ireland), Recorded first cap on May 24 against Ireland, Series against Korea (Seoul, Korea)
  • 2019: Joined the U.S. Men's National Team
  • 2018: Named to the U.S. U-20 Men's National Team, Junior Series against Chile (Santiago, Chile)
  • 2017: Named to the U.S. U-19 Men's National Team, Junior Tour in Belgium and The Netherlands, Junior Series against Canada (Moorpark, Calif.)
  • 2016: Named to he U.S. U-21 Men's National Team, Junior Tour to The Netherlands, Junior Series against Canada (Chula Vista, Calif.)
Personal: Son of Alberto Montilla and Alejandra Ochoa...Has a brother Alejandro Montilla Ochoa...Joined the Junior USMNT in 2019...Game Day Mantra: "Leave it all on the field."...Favorite Sports Quote: “Don’t count the days. Make the days count” - Muhammad Ali...Best Words of Advice: “Just enjoy and do what you know best."

Growing up in Spain, Montilla was introduced to field hockey in  first grade and fell in love with the sport immediately. He began playing for his school’s team and moved on to play for a club later on (Club Hockey Pozuelo, Madrid). Montilla represented the province of Madrid at the youth level several times and competed in multiple national championships. After moving to the United States in 2012, he found a new hockey family in Los Angeles playing for Bulldogs Field Hockey Club. Since then Montilla has joined the Junior and Senior U.S. Men's National Teams and competed internationally for both.