Summer 2013: Competed for Mexican National Team at 2013 World University Games in Russia during July. Scored six goals in 10 matches and was the leading scorer in the event as Team Mexico earned the silver medal.
2012: Selected as BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year and was a First Team All-BIG EAST honoree while scoring eight goals with a team-high seven assists in first season as a Cardinal. Also named NSCAA All-Region while starting all 18 games for Louisville. Scored two goals each against St. John's on Sept. 23 and at Seton Hall on Oct. 14. Had season-high two assists against Purdue on Aug. 24. Led the team with 23 points. Named to Dean's List, Red & Black Scholar and Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
Prior to U of L: Member of the Mexican National team during the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup in Germany where she saw action in one match. Three-time member of Mexico's U20 World Cup squad (2006, 2008, 2010) scoring four goals in 10 matches. Along with four World Cup appearances, she has been competing for Mexico's national team since age 11. At age 14, she became the youngest player to ever score a goal in a World Cup match when she connected for two goals against Switzerland in the opening match of the 2006 U20 World Cup in Russia. Five-time champion of "Futbol Rapido" and was top scorer in every championship. Named "Prodigy Girl" of the world at age 14 after playing in U20 prequalifer and scoring eight goals.
Personal: Born on Nov. 11, 1991. Has one brother, George, who is a professional soccer player in Mexico for Jaguares de Chiapas. Majoring in business administraion. Hobbies and outside interests include reading, listening to music and enjoy family. Favorite athletes are Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and George Corral. Excited to study in the United States because she wants to be a better person, student and athlete. She always seeks higher goals and playing for an NCAA Division I institution is a challenge she is ready for. Long term goals include earning an opportunity to play professional soccer.