2009 Women's Soccer Roster


7 Teresa Noyola

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  • High School
    Palo Alto
  • Hometown
    Palo Alto, Calif.


At Stanford: Three-time NSCAA first-team All-America ... stands ninth on Stanford's all-time career scoring list, with 102 points ... tied for second on Stanford's all-time assists list, with 40.

As a Senior in 2011: Headed in the winning goal in the national championship match to give Stanford a 1-0 victory over Duke (Dec. 4) and win its first national title ... winner of the Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy winner as the top player in women's collegiate soccer ... became the third consecutive Stanford player to win the award, following Christen Press in 2010 and Kelley O'Hara in 2009 ... Honda Sports Award winner for soccer ... ESPY nominee for Best Female College Athlete ... one of three Division I finalists for the Honda Cup for all of women's collegiate athletics ... NSCAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... third in history to win both the Hermann Trophy and NSCAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year in the same season ... Stanford Athletic Board Outstanding Female Senior award winner ... Stanford Athletic Board Bob Murphy Award winner for the most defining moment involving any Stanford athlete during the 2011-12 school year ... NSCAA first-team All-America ... Soccer America MVPs first team ... No. 1 in Top Drawer Soccer's National 100 rankings ... NSCAA All-Pacific Region first team ... Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... All-Pac-12 first team ... NCAA College Cup Offensive MVP ... NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team ... CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 first team ... Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention ... Soccer America Preseason All-American ... Lowe's Senior CLASS Award finalist ... Stanford Muscle Milk Student-Athlete of the Week (Dec. 5) ... scored NCAA championship winner on uncontested header at the far post in the 53rd minute, taking a cross from the right from Camille Levin ... scored in the same manner to beat Washington 1-0 in overtime, scoring in the 94th minute on a cross from Mariah Nogueira (Oct. 2) ... selected with the No. 7 pick in the first round of the 2012 Women's Pro Soccer draft by the Western New York Flash, though the league disbanded before the players reported.

As a Junior in 2010: Named NSCAA first-team All-America for the second time ... became Stanford's first two-time first-team NSCAA All-America since Nicole Barnhart in 2002 and 2004, and the school's fifth ever ... named to the Soccer America MVPs second team ... selected to TopDrawerSoccer.com's Team of the Season first team ... named to the NSCAA All-Pacific Region first team ... selected to the ESPN Academic All-District 8 first team ... an All-Pac-10 first-team selection ... named to the Pac-10 All-Academic second team ... scored career-highs in goals (10) and assists (12) ... her 12 assists led the team ... she was second on team in points (32) and third in goals ... had four game-winning goals ... assists total tied for 12th in the nation ... had a goal and two assists in back-to-back matches (vs. Pacific and Utah) ... header gave Stanford a second-half lead at North Carolina in a 2-2 draw (Aug. 27) ... scored tying goal and then assisted on Christen Press' winner, both in the second half, to beat Duke 2-1 (Aug. 29).

As a Sophomore in 2009: Scored on a 25-yard free kick in the 39th minute to give Stanford a 1-0 victory over Santa Clara in the third round of the NCAA tournament (Nov. 20) ... scored twice against San Diego State, including the tying goal, during a second-half comeback from a 2-0 deficit (Aug. 30) ... played in all 26 matches, starting 20 ... selected to the CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 third team ... a Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention choice ... named to the Hermann Trophy watch list.

As a Freshman in 2008: An NSCAA All-American ... one of two freshmen, along with Stanford teammate Lindsay Taylor, selected for the NSCAA first team ... second team All-American by Soccer Buzz ... NSCAA and Soccer Buzz first team All-West Region ... first team Freshman All-America (Soccer America, Top Drawer Soccer, Soccer Buzz) ... All-Freshman West Region (Soccer Buzz) ... first team All-Pac-10 ... started all but two games ... Pac-10 All-Freshman team ... Pac-10 Player of the Week and Soccer America and Soccer Buzz teams of the week for the week (Aug. 25-31) ... scored twice in a 3-1 win over Navy (Aug. 29) and once in a 3-0 rout of No. 15 Boston College (Aug. 31) ... converted a penalty kick for the winner against Cal Poly (Sept. 21) at the Santa Clara/adidas Classic ... twice assisted Taylor in a 5-0 rout of Santa Clara (Oct. 3) ... repeated a two-assist performance to Taylor against No. 24 Washington State (Oct. 19) ... earned Top Drawer Soccer, Soccer America, and Soccer Buzz team of the week honors for a two-goal (including one game-winner), two-assist weekend against Arizona (Oct. 24) and Arizona State (Oct. 26).

National Team Experience: A member of the Mexican national team ... played in two matches off the bench in the 2011 World Cup, against England (1-1) and Japan (0-4) ... played on the team that reached the semifinals of the CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Tournament, finishing one victory away from a berth in the London Games ... made her debut for Mexico on Dec. 15, 2010 during the four-team Tournament of Sao Paulo in Brazil and played again in the third-place match four days later, both against the Netherlands ... played on the U.S. side in the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Germany in July, 2010 ... scored against Mexico and assisted against New Zealand in the final U.S. tryout camp, in May, 2010 ... put the U.S. in front, 2-0, over Costa Rica with a 23-yard free kick from the top of the box that she looped over the wall and inside the left post in a 2-1 CONCACAF Tournament semifinal victory (Jan. 29, 2010) in Guatemala that clinched a World Cup berth ... had two goals and an assist in the tournament, playing in all five matches and starting three ... started against host Germany (July 26) for U.S. U-20's on a two-match German tour in June, 2009 ... member of the U-14 and U-15 U.S. National Development Program ... was part of U.S. national team program at the U-16, U-17, U-18, and U-20 age groups.

High School/Club: A 2008 graduate of Palo Alto (Calif.) High School ... Gatorade National Player of the Year and California Player of the Year in 2008 ... two-time Parade Magazine National Player of the Year ... 2007 NSCAA National High School Player of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... also NSCAA All-Region and California Player of the Year ... the NSCAA Youth National Player of the Year in 2006 and three-time All-America (2005-2007) ... rated the nation's No. 1 college prospect by Soccer Buzz and No. 2 by Rise Magazine for the class of 2008 ... named to the 2006 Nike Premier 50 Most Creative Player list ... a three-year player for the Cal North '90 Olympic Development Program squad (2004-2006) and a four-year member of the Region IV team ... played club for the Mountain View-Los Altos Mercury from 2004-2008 for Albertin Montoya, coach of pro soccer's FC Gold Pride ... also played for the WPSL's Sacramento Storm in 2008 ... Palo Alto High's Athlete of the Year ... a three-time team MVP and senior year captain ... a three-time Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division selection ... the SCVAL De Anza MVP in 2008 ... a three-time San Jose Mercury News first team selection and Santa Clara County Player of the Year in 2008 ... Cal-Hi Sports Central Coast Section Player of the Year, State Division II Athlete of the Year, and the State Senior Athlete of the Year ... the CIF-Farmers Central Coast Section Scholar Athlete of the Year (2008) ... a National Merit Scholarship finalist (2008) ... a National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar (2008) ... received academic awards from Palo Alto High for social studies, world languages, mathematics, science, and contributions to the school ... a drummer for the Palo Alto High orchestra and jazz ensemble.

Personal: Daughter of Pedro Noyola and Barbara Bayardo ... majoring in math and computational science ... hobbies include playing the drums.

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