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Andrea Pereira   8
Andrea  Pereira

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Chester, NY

High School:
Monroe-Woodbury

Height:
5-2

Position:
Forward/Midfield


PEREIRA'S CAREER STATISTICS

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2015:
  • Named MAAC and ECAC Offensive Player of the Week Sept. 21
  • MAAC All-Academic Team and Academic Honor Roll selection
  • Saw action in 13 matches, making three starts
  • Scored all seven points on the season - three goals and an assist - in a span of just 3:37 in win over Saint Peter's (Sept. 19)

2014:
  • Saw action in 14 matches and made first collegiate start
  • Totaled six points on a trio of goals
  • Posted first collegiate multi-goal game with a pair of scores in win at Saint Peter's (Oct. 4)
  • Scored the game-winning goal in victory over Quinnipiac (Oct. 29)
  • Took 15 shots, five of which were on target

2013:
  • Saw action in 18 matches
  • Led all Siena reserves with three points on a goal and an assist
  • First collegiate goal proved to be the game-winner against Binghamton (Aug. 25)
  • Assisted on game-winning goal in win over Canisius (Oct. 16)
  • Attempted 19 shots, putting seven on target

BEFORE SIENA:
  • Broke Monroe-Woodbury's career scoring record with 68 goals including 25 during her senior year
  • First Team All-State, All-Region and All-County selection as a senior
  • Led Monroe-Woodbury to three Class AA OC1AA Division Championships and Section IX Finals appearances
  • Named an MSG Varsity Top-20 Hudson Valley soccer player and a Varsity 845 First Team honoree
  • Played five years at the ODP state level and was a Region I Tournament selectee

PERSONAL:
  • Daughter of Angelo and Michelle Pereira
  • Has an older sister, Alexandra, and a younger brother, Angelo
  • Majoring in Marketing with a double minor in Entrepreneurship and Writing and Communication

COACH KARBOWSKI SAYS:
    "Andrea has always shown flashes of a dynamic offensive player. She can play with great pace and will shoot from distance with a great strike. After spending a semester abroad, she will return this fall for her senior year ready to put all her talent together for a consistent and impactful campaign."
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