Oliveira at Stanford (2002) Saw action in all 23 matches, starting in eight of the contests … recorded two goals, two assists and 17 shots … netted Stanford’s first goal of the season, the game winner against Santa Clara … tallied one goal and a season-high three shots against Montana … assisted Marcie Ward’s game-winning goal against Tulane and Amy Grady’s first career goal against Oregon … named honorable mention academic all-Pac-10.
(2001) Started all 21 matches ... notched three assists and 10 shots, with six shots on goal ... recorded assists against Arizona, Southern Methodist and Dayton ... assisted Robyn deHay’s game-winning goal at Arizona ... posted two shots at Oregon and Washington, including a shot on goal against the Huskies in the team’s 2-1 victory.
(2000) Saw action in 20 games, starting four … third on the team in scoring with 16 points, including a goal and assist in First-Round NCAA Tournament win … her six goals and four assists were the most for a non-starter … scored the game-winning goal against Virginia, earning Soccer America Team of the Week honors … assisted on game winner over Oregon State … scored first collegiate goal in 3-0 win over Connecticut … tallied goals in consecutive games against USC and Oregon.
(Prep) ODP team member … competed on the Mission Viejo Magic club team … lettered in five sports: soccer, cross country, track and field, basketball and softball … all-league selection and captain in basketball and softball … named MVP in track and field, cross country and basketball … boasted a 4.1 GPA … Principal’s Honor Roll and California Scholarship Federation Seal Bearer … earned Golden State Exam honors.
(Personal) Born August 18, 1982 … daughter of Celeste and Brian Oliveira … dad, Brian, played water polo at Pepperdine ... American studies major.