The George Washington University: Women's Soccer

Fernanda Rojas
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Fernanda Rojas

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Miami, FL

High School:
Palmer Trinity School

Height:
5-3

Position:
Midfield

Major:
Pre-arts and sciences



High School: Five-year member of Palmer Trinity soccer team...Five-time All-Miami Dade honoree and five-time Miami Herald Player of the Week...Guided team to five straight district championships...Named team's MVP following sophomore, junior and senior seasons...Tallied a school-record 127 goals and 99 assists during career...Set school records for goals score in a game (six) and goals in a season (47)...Nationally ranked twice by ESPN Rise for most goals and assists in a season and most goals scored in a game...Also played for Miami Strike Force Cagliari U-18/19 and Cutler Ridge Lady Fury U-18 club teams...Member of school's Eco Club and League Against Cancer Cangrejos...Attended Nicaragua Open Hearts mission trip...Awarded ceramics honor award and member of honor roll.

Personal: Born Fernanda Daniela Rojas on May 2, 1994 in Caracas, Venezuela...Daughter of Sandra Couttenye and Luis Alejandro Rojas...Has one older brother, Santiago...Intends to major in economics.

Fernanda Rojas on why she chose GW: "I chose GW because it offered everything that I was looking for - an incredible academic environment to prepare me for my future and the opportunity to play Division I soccer. GW's location cannot be compared to any other, opening endless opportunities ahead of me for these next four years of my life."

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