|Full name||Carlos Augusto Ochoa Mendoza|
|Date of birth||March 5, 1978|
|Place of birth||Apatzingán, Mexico|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|2010||→ Chiapas (loan)||15||(7)|
|2011||→ UANL (loan)||8||(1)|
|2012–2013||→ Morelia (loan)||23||(6)|
|2013–||→ Chiapas (loan)||27||(12)|
|2014–||→ Veracruz (loan)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 16 March 2014.
† Appearances (Goals).
Carlos Ochoa is a former student at Sierra Vista High School in Baldwin Park,California.He started his career as a substitute for Necaxa in 1999, but rose to prominence playing with UANL Tigres, where he reached the final. From Tigres, he was transferred to CA Osasuna of Pamplona in La Liga, but saw little action and was returned to Tigres. He has also played with Querétaro FC and Chiapas, where Salvador Cabañas and he formed a dominant forward offense in the 2000s. He then moved to CF Monterrey where he played for two years.
Ochoa stated that he would be honored to end his career with the Guadalajara jersey. He also said he had wanted for years to play for Chivas, but since they never made an offer, he stayed with Monterrey. During the Interliga 2009, Ochoa scored four goals in three games for Chivas. In the final he scored an own goal but Chivas still won the Interliga Championship.
In his Clausura 2009 debut, he scored 2 goals against Cruz Azul, which ended in a 3-3 draw. Due to poor performance, though, Ochoa was sent to CD Tapatio, the Chivas second-division affiliate. When new head coach Paco Ramirez took rein of Chivas, Ochoa was called back up to the first team.
At the end of the season, Chivas passed on purchasing Ochoa and he was sold by Monterrey to Santos Laguna for the Apertura 2009 season. After being purchased by Santos Laguna, he has been also loaned to Chiapas and Tigres UANL. After his loan to Tigres UANL he returned to Santos Laguna .
During Javier Aguirre's era in front of Mexico, he was called up for the 2002 World Cup qualifying matches, but in the end he was left out of the squad that participated in the 2002 World Cup. Five years later, he finally got another chance to represent his national team again.
|1.||January 21, 2002||Rose Bowl, Pasadena, United States||Guatemala||3–1||3–1||2002 CONCACAF Gold Cup|
As of 11 February 2009
Scores and results list Mexico's goal tally first.
|1.||January 19, 2002||Rose Bowl Stadium, Pasadena, United States||El Salvador||1–0||2002 CONCACAF Gold Cup|
|2.||January 21, 2002||Rose Bowl, Pasadena, United States||Guatemala||3–1||2002 CONCACAF Gold Cup|
|3.||January 27, 2002||Rose Bowl, Pasadena, United States||South Korea||0–0||2002 CONCACAF Gold Cup|
|4.||13 February 2002||AT&T Park, San Francisco, United States||Yugoslavia||1–2||Friendly|
|5.||3 April 2002||Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, United States||United States||0–1||Friendly|
|6.||September 10, 2008||Estadio Victor Manuel Reyna, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mexico||Canada||2–1||2010 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|7.||24 September 2008||Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, United States||Chile||0–1||Friendly|
|8.||October 15, 2008||Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, Canada||Canada||2–2||2010 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|9.||January 28, 2009||Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, United States||Sweden||0–1||Friendly|
|10.||February 11, 2009||Columbus Crew Stadium, Columbus, United States||United States||0–2||2010 FIFA World Cup qualification|