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Eileen Maes
Eileen  Maes


Oakland, Calif.

High School:
Castro Valley HS

Last College:
Washington State





Long Beach State makes third-straight NCAA postseason appearance, finishes season at 12-8-0

49ers reach double-figure wins for seventh time in last eight years


49er women's soccer travels to No. 17 Santa Clara for NCAA first round game

Long Beach State will be making its third-straight NCAA Tournament appearance


Long Beach State headed to Santa Clara for third-straight NCAA Tournament appearance

49ers will take on the 18th-ranked Broncos on Saturday


Nadia Link named Big West Women's Soccer Offensive Player of the Year

Seven 49ers earn all-conference honors


49ers drop 1-0 heartbreaker to CSUN in double overtime

LBSU honored its seven seniors before the match

2013: Started and played in the first eight games before suffering a season-ending leg injury against BYU on Sept. 21 ... Compiled three goals, one assist, seven points and 14 shot attempts ... Carried the 49ers to a 3-2 comeback victory at No. 23 Texas Tech (Sept. 1) ... Scored the equalizer at the 87:17 mark before setting up the game-winner with two seconds left in regulation ... Also found the back of the net in wins vs. Cincinnati (Sept. 6) and at Auburn (Sept. 15) ... Notched a season-best four shot attempts against Northern Arizona.

2012: Named to the All-Big West Second Team ... Started all 20 games ... Was tops on the squad and second in the conference with nine goals ... Also ranked third in the Big West with 21 points ... Scored four game-winners on the year ... First came in the 92nd minute of a 2-1 overtime victory vs. No. 24 Baylor (Aug. 26) ... Connected for the only goal the 49ers needed in a 2-0 triumph vs. Army ... Found the back of the net at UC Davis (1-0) on Oct. 12 and accounted for the first goal in a 2-0 win at Pacific two days later ... Converted on two of four shot attempts for a season-high four points against Texas Tech (Sept. 14) ... Had an assist in wins over Arizona, Saint Francis (Pa.) and North Texas ... Also fired off a career best seven shots vs. North Texas ... Two-time Big West Offensive Player of the Week.

2011 (Washington State): Played in all 23 games at Washington State as a sophomore ... Helped the Cougars advance to the NCAA Second Round ... Collected four goals and one assist for a total of nine points ... Registered a hat trick against Hawaii, earning her Pac-12 Player of the Week honors.

2010 (Washington State): Appeared in 19 matches, including 17 starts as a freshman for the Cougars ... Second on the team with five goals, three assists and 13 points ... Notched her first career point with an assist vs. Long Beach State (Aug. 27) ... First career goal, came at Hawaii on Sept. 17 ... Earned Pac-10 Player of the Week accolades after scoring three times against Gonzaga (Oct. 1) ... Registered four points (one goal, two assists) over the last four matches ... Named the team's Rookie of the Year.

High School: Four-year letterwinner and two-time team captain at Castro Valley High School ... Led the Trojans to four-straight Hayward Area Athletic League championships ... Helped her squad claim a North Coast Section title as a senior after scoring the game-winning goal in the championship match ... Also advanced to the NCS semifinals as a freshman, sophomore and junior ... Four-time first-team All-HAAL selection... Tabbed the midfielder of the year as a junior and senior ... Named to the All-East Bay First Team as a senior.

Personal: Majoring in American studies.


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