Pabon at Stanford (2002) Played in 21 games, including 20 starts ... named first-team All-American by Soccer America and honorable mention all-Pac-10 ... helped Stanford's defense in allowing only four opponent goals and limiting them to just 121 shots ... provided three assists to the Cardinal offense, including assisting the game-winning score against Texas ... assisted in Natalie Sanderson's goals against Tennessee and Montana.
(2001) Played in all 21 matches, including 20 starts ... one of Stanford's best defenders, allowing only one goal in the team's First and Second-Round victories of the NCAA Tournament ... member of the defense that recorded six team shutouts ... assisted Allyson Marquand's tying goal against Washington ... fired six shots, including a shot against Denver in the NCAA Tournament.
(2000) One-of-three freshmen to start every game ... solid outside defender ... first career point came when assisting on a Marcie Ward goal in a 4-2 win over Arizona State ... played a significant role in a defense that had 10 shutouts, while allowing 27 goals.
(Prep) Member of the U-18 National Team pool ... played internationally twice ... earned 1999 NSCAA All-Region honors ... named first-team all-state in 1999 ... holds numerous school records in track and field ... competed in the 100-meter dash, long jump and 400-meter relay ... National Hispanic Scholar.
(Personal) Daughter of Sandy and Al Pabon ... economics major.