The George Washington University: Women's Soccer

Adriana Moya
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Adriana Moya

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Lynnwood, WA

High School:
Lynnwood

Height:
5-6

Position:
Forward

Major:
Political science



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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.

CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points
2009 18-0 12 1 0 2
2010 12-9 22 4 0 8
2011 14-14 44 3 3 9
Totals 44-23 78 8 3 19
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