W. Soccer to play at CC, AFA this week
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2000: Team captain...Third team all-Far West region All-American (Soccer Buzz)...First team all-Mountain West Conference selection...Established a new career high by scoring six goals...Led the team with eight assists...Scored two goals and recorded three assists in SDSU's two wins over New Mexico and UNLV...Scored goals against five different teams, finding the back of the net against Navy, twice against Cincinnati, Washington, New Mexico and UNLV...Her two-goal showing against Cincinnati was the first multi-goal game of her career...Added assists against Mississippi, Massachusetts, Long Beach State, Wyoming, UNM, UNLV and Fresno State...Made the move from center midfield to defense on Sept. 24...Before that time, the Aztecs had allowed 23 goals in their nine matches...From that point on, SDSU allowed only 16 goals in its next 10.
1999: Second team all-Mountain West Conference selection...Named to Soccer America's national team of the week following her two-assist performance against Loyola Marymount...In a four-match span from Sept. 10-24, she recorded seven points, getting two assists against Oklahoma, an assist against Cincinnati, a goal against William & Mary and two assists against LMU...Ranked among the MWC leaders in assists all year, finishing the regular season with nine...Was one of only two Aztecs to start every match.
1998: Started 20 of the 21 matches in which she played...Tallied four goals and five assists...Named to the all-Western Athletic Conference Tournament team...Received team top newcomer award...Recognized by Soccer Buzz as a freshman All-American... Named by the same publication to the 1998 freshman all-Far West region team...Member of the Cal South U-23 state ODP team.
High School: Did not play high school soccer...Lettered in basketball, track and field and tennis at Horizon High School in San Diego...Basketball league MVP in 1997...First team all-league and first team all-CIF from '93 -'97...Led two different schools to CIF championships in basketball, winning the 1995 CIF title at Clairemont High and the 1997 crown at Horizon High...Played club soccer for the State Cup champions San Dieguito Surf...Received the team's most valuable player award.
Personal: Fay Shaloam deLeon was born on Sept. 24, 1977, in San Diego...Daughter of Manny and Laurie deLeon...Avid basketball player who loves singing, dancing and art...Graduated with a degree in public administration in June 2001.
deLeon's SDSU Career Stats Year G-GS Sh G A Pts. 1998 21-20 46 4 5 13 1999 22-22 42 2 9 13 2000 21-20 64 6 9 21 Total 64-62 152 12 23 47