Annual GW Commencement on National Mall Punctuates Collegiate Experience
A look at GW Athletics moments from the fall semester that are creating buzz for the second annual Georgey Awards.
Freshman Midfielder Led Colonials with Eight Points this Season
Colonials Earn First-Ever Victory over Billikens on Senior Day
Colonials Host Saint Louis in Season Finale
GW vs. Butler (10.26.2012) Photos by George Kubas II
GW vs. Saint Louis (10.28.2012) Photo by: Mitchell Layton
George Washington v Columbia
George Washington vs. Georgetown
2011: Tied with senior Sierra Smidinger with a team-leading nine points...Scored three goals and dished out three assists...Took a team-high 44 shots, 20 of which were on goal...Went 1-1 in penalty kicks...Scored GW's lone penalty kick in a 2-1 win at Gardner-Webb (Sept. 16)...Recorded three points off a goal and an assist in Colonials' 5-1 win over Robert Morris (Sept. 4)...Named to GW Department of Athletics and Recreation Academic Dean's List...Played for Chile in 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico.
2010: Lead the team with four goals...Scored the first goal in the victories over Drexel (Sept. 17) and Delaware (Sept. 19)...Named to the Bluehen Classic All-Tournament team after scoring two goals...Scored the game-winners against Gardner-Webb (Sept. 24) and Richmond in overtime (Oct. 9)
2009: Was a key reserve for the Colonials, seeing action in 18 matches off the bench...Scored her first collegiate goal against Temple (10/4)...Took 12 shots with eight on goal.
High School: Played for coaches Kim Plumis and Dagi Kesim's Lynnwood Royals for two years...Was named most valuable player and all-WesCo team as a freshman and junior...Broke school record in goals scored in a single season as a freshman...Played for the Crossfire Premier Soccer Club since 1994, winning three Washington State championships, one Region IV championship and tied for third at the 2006 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Des Moines, Iowa...Selected to play with the Chilean U20 Women's National team in the 2008 FIFA Women's U20 World Cup but was unable to play due to injury.
Personal: Born Adriana Moya on September 10, 1990, in Seattle, WA...Daughter of Sonja Marie de Moya and Juan Salvador Moya Melendez...Has a younger brother, Tomas...Majoring in political science.
Women’s Soccer’s Cooper and Williams Earn A-10 Weekly Honors
After leading the team to its fifth consecutive victory over the weekend, GW women’s soccer's Brittany Cooper has been named the A-10 Offensive Player ...
Women's Soccer Rallies in Non-Conference Finale
The George Washington women’s soccer squad rallied back from a one point deficit to defeat James Madison, 2-1, in overtime on Sunday evening to close...
Women’s Soccer Downs Delaware State, 4-1
The George Washington women’s soccer team downed Delaware State on the road, 4-1, at the Delaware Turf Complex on Thursday evening.
Women’s Soccer Set for Weekend Road Trip
The George Washington women’s soccer squad will hit the road for a four-match-stint starting with a trip to Dover, Delaware to take on Delaware State...
Colonial of the Week – Women’s Soccer’s Alexis Williams
Freshman midfielder Alexis Williams netted her second goal of the season to lift the GW women’s soccer squad to a 2-1 victory over Saint Francis (Pa.) ...
Women's Soccer Posts Third Straight Victory
Freshman Alexis Williams netted her second goal of the season to lift the George Washington women’s soccer squad to a 2-1 victory over Saint Francis (P...
Women’s Soccer Blanks Towson, 1-0
The George Washington women’s soccer squad earned their second straight shutout victory by defeating Towson, 1-0, on Thursday evening at the GW Soccer ...
Women’s Soccer to Host Pair of Matches
The George Washington women’s soccer squad will go back-to-back at home this week when it hosts Towson on Thursday at 5 p.m. and Saint Francis (Pa.) on...