13 - Victoria Ramirez|
|Previous School:||Valley HS|
| 1, 4x - Last at Southern Utah, 10/5/12
|| 2, vs. The Master's College, 8/26/11
| 1, 3x - Last vs. Montana, 9/30/12
| 3, vs. Menlo College, 9/12/10
| 3, 2x - Last vs. Montana, 9/30/12
|| 5, Twice - Last vs. The Master's, 8/26/11
| 8 vs. Eastern Washington, 9/28/12
| 4 at San Francisco, 8/31/12
| 105 vs. Eastern Washington, 9/28/12
| 110, at Long Beach State, 9/5/10
AS A SENIOR (2012)
• First team all-Big Sky selection
Made 17 starts in her final season with the Hornets...tallied a team-high 11 points on four goals and three assists...tallied a point in five of seven games stretching from Sept. 14 vs. UC Santa Cruz to Oct. 5 at Southern Utah.
AS A JUNIOR (2011)
Led the team with six goals and 15 points in her junior season...also tallied three assists...tied her career high with five points (two goals, one assist) in a 3-0 win against The Master's College...took 24 shots and placed 12 on goal...scored game-winning goals against The Master's College, Creighton and Montana...played in and started 15 games...missed two games following red cards...played 70 or more minutes in 14 games, including 90 or more in six games.
AS A REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2010)
Tied school record with three assists in Sacramento State’s win over Menlo College...played in 19 matches, making 18 starts...had one goal and three assists on the season for five total points...scored her first collegiate goal against Menlo as well...her five points against Menlo tied for seventh most in school history for a single game...played the sixth most minutes on the team, seeing the field for 1,544 minutes.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2009)
Redshirted the season.
AS A FRESHMAN (2008)
Appeared in six matches as a freshman...made first career start vs. Seattle on Aug. 29.
A 2008 graduate of Valley HS in Sacramento...played three years of soccer for head coach David Christian and the Valley Vikings...scored two goals from the midfield during her junior season...played her club ball for Sacramento United and head coach Dave Rubio.
Parents Réne and Lourdes Ramirez...major is child development.
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