Don't have an account? Click Here
Share |
#9 Chioma Ubogagu
Position: Forward
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Coppell, Texas
High School: Coppell
Major: Film and media studies
Ubogagu Photos
Ubogagu Videos
As a Senior in 2014:
  • Team captain.
  • NSCAA All-Pacific Region first team.
  • All-Pac-12 first team.
  • No. 4 on Stanford all-time assist list (35).
  • No. 10 on Stanford all-time points list (89).
  • No. 4 on Stanford career postseason goals list (4).
  • First collegiate hat trick vs. Cal State Fullerton in the NCAA tournament (Nov. 14).
  • Started all 25 games for the Cardinal.
  • Second on the team in points with 27.
  • Led the team in assists with seven.
  • Tied for second on the team in goals with 10.
  • Scored four game-winning goals.
  • Led the Cardinal in shots with 127, an average of 5.08 per game.
  • Scored both Cardinal goals from three attempts in a 2-0 road victory over Arizona State.
  • Handed out two helpers in the 4-1 win over Washington.

As a Junior in 2013:

  • Earned her third All-Pac-12 honor in as many years when she was named honorable mention.
  • Won Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week honors with her one-goal, two-assist performance against Oregon State on Oct. 27.
  • Had two goals and six assists in the regular season.
  • Had 17 goals and 27 assists in her career through the regular season.

As a Sophomore in 2012:

  • Missed the first six matches while playing for the winning U.S. team in Japan at the FIFA Under-20 World Cup.
  • Returned to start the rest of the season.
  • Was second on the team in scoring, with 21 points (5 goals, 11 assists).
  • Named to the Team of the Season third team.
  • An NSCAA All-Pacific Region second team choice.
  • Named to theAll-Pac-12 first team.
  • Scored and assisted on goals within 1:12 of each other in the second half that allowed Stanford to rally to a 2-1 victory at UCLA and win the Pac-12 title showdown.
  • Scored on a 20-yard left-footed shot and then gave Rachel Quon the feed for the winning goal.

As a Freshman in 2011:

  • Pac-12 Freshman of the Year.
  • Soccer America All-Freshman first team.
  • NSCAA All-Pacific Region second team.
  • All-Pac-12 second team.
  • NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team.
  • Pac-12 All-Freshman Team.
  • Stanford Athletic Board Block 'S' Outstanding Female Freshman.
  • No. 3 in Top Drawer Soccer's Freshmen Top 100 rankings.
  • Soccer America Preseason Ten Freshmen of Influence.
  • Weekly honors: Our Game Magazine NCAA Players to Watch (Aug. 22), Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week (Aug. 22), Our Game Magazine NCAA Players to Watch (Oct. 10), Pac-12 Player of the Week (Oct. 11), Soccer America Player of the Week (Oct. 12), Soccer America Team of the Week (Oct. 12).
  • Supplied Camille Levin with a pass during the winning-goal sequence in the 1-0 NCAA final victory over Duke.
  • Scored one goal and set up another within a three-minute span of the first half to break open a tight match in a 3-0 victory over Florida State in the NCAA semifinals (Dec. 2).
  • Cut right, forcing a scrambling defender to slip to the ground.
  • That gave Ubogagu the opening to cut left and unleash a shot that deflected off goalkeeper Kelsey Wys' left ankle and between her legs into the goal.
  • Scored two spectacular goals to put the Cardinal ahead 2-0 by the 18th minute in a 4-1 victory over UCLA (Oct. 9).
  • On the first, a blocked pass landed into the path of Ubogagu, who cut to her left and scored from close range in the eighth minute.
  • Next, she beat two defenders off the dribble inside the box to create an open left-footed shot that reached inside the left post in the 18th.
  • First two collegiate goals came against Pacific, along with an assist, in her second match (Aug. 21).
  • Tied for No. 6 on Stanford's season freshman goals list, with 10.

National Team Experience:

  • Helped the U.S. win the 2012 Under-20 Women's World Cup in Japan.
  • Came off the bench and played the final 30 minutes for the U.S. inthe final, a 1-0 victory over Germany.
  • Ubogagu played in all six matches for the U.S., scoring in overtime to give the U.S. a quarterfinal victory over North Korea.
  • Member of the U.S. team that won the CONCACAF tournament title in Panama on March 11 with a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over Canada in the title match.
  • Had six goals in a stretch of eight U.S. U-20 matches heading into the summer, 2012.
  • Also played at the U.S. U-18 level.

High School/Club:

  • Ranked as the No. 3 recruit in the nation and the No. 1 Texan in her class by Top Drawer Soccer.
  • Named 2010 Gatorade Texas Player of the Year.
  • Named as an All-America three times by ESPN RISE and twice each by the NSCAA and Parade Magazine.
  • Led her club team, D'Feeters, to two Texas-North State Cup titles, a Region II title and a 2010 third-place U-17 national finish.
  • At Coppell High, led the Cowgirls to the 2009 Texas 5A state title, the school's first.
  • An explosive player and outstanding scorer, Ubogagu was a four-year first-team All-Area selection by the Dallas Morning News.


  • Born in London, England, and moved to the U.S. at age 3.
  • Carried a weighted GPA of 4.975 in high school.
  • Grandfather played for the English side Tottenham Hotspurs as well as the Nigerian national team.

Career Statistics:

Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points
2011 26-25 80 10 10 30
2012 18-18 56 5 11 21
2013 20-19 64 2 7 11
2014 25-25 127 10 7 27
Totals 89-87 327 27 35 89