Gabriela Pelogi

Name
Gabriela Pelogi
Nationality
usa United States
bra Brazil
Position
Forward
Former Team
PacNW (WPSL)
Height
5-foot-4
Age
24
Hometown
Federal Way, Wash. | São Paulo, Brazil
School
Western Washington University (DII)
Current Team
Gabriela Pelogi, TPS (Finland)
Past Teams
Gabriela Pelogi, Seattle Stars FC
Leagues
NWPL
Seasons
2019
Birthday
January 15, 1996

SIGNED TO TPS (FINLAND)!

Seattle Stars FC

Played her one season for the program in 2019.

PacNW (WPSL)

Spent the 2017 and 2018 seasons with the PacNW WPSL team.

Western Washington University (DII)

2018 (Senior): Appeared in and started in 18 games, totaling 1,061 minutes played … Scored nine goals during the season (most on team), with two goals that led to the 2-0 victory against Northwest Nazarene on Oct. 13 … Scored five game winning goals (most on team) … Led the team with 20 points and 60 shots during the season … Led the team with 28 shots on goal … Named to Second Team United Soccer Coaches All-America, United Soccer Coaches All-West Region (First Team), D2CCA All-West Region (First Team), and GNAC First Team All-Conference.

2017 (Junior): Started in all 20 of games appeared with a total of 1,151 minutes played … Led the GNAC conference with 15 goals and 36 points … Record a pair of hat tricks (Sept, 2 at Holy Names and Oct. 21 vs. CWU) … Named Third Team United Soccer Coaches All-America team … Named First Team United Soccer Coaches All-West Region team … Honorable mention for D2CCA All-America team … First Team D2CCA All-West Region … First Team GNAC All-Conference team … Three time GNAC Offensive Player of the Week … Appeared in Sports Illustrated “Faces of the Crowd” … Led the team in goals.

2016 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 25 games with 24 starts, playing a total of 1,464 minutes during the season … NCAA Division II Championships All-Tournament Team selection … Named to NSCAA All-West Region First Team … Named to D2CAA All-West Region Second Team … GNAC First Team All-Conference … GNAC Championships Tournament Most Valuable Player, scoring three goals in two games … GNAC Offensive Player of the Week for the week of Sept. 19-25 … HERO Sports All-Tournament Team honoree … Led team in total points (29) and goals (11) while ranking in a tie for second with seven assists … Among GNAC leaders; ranked first in points (29), second in shots (79) and goals (11), tied for second in assists (seven), third in goals per game (.44) and points per game (1.16), tied for third game-winning goals (four), fourth in shots per game (3.16) and fifth in assists per game (.28) … Total points (29) ranked 38th nationally among NCAA II leaders while total goals (11) ranked 55th and total assists (seven) ranked tied for 61st … Totaled six goals and one assist in postseason (GNAC Championships and NCAA Tournament) … Had at least one goal or one assist in 14 of 25 games during the season … Twice netted a golden goal for the Vikings. First against Notre Dame de Namur in a 1-0 overtime win on Sept. 10 and again against UC San Diego as part of a multi-goal scoring game in the NCAA Tournament as WWU came from behind to defeat the Tritons 2-1 in overtime … Recorded two multi-goal games during the season. First in the GNAC Championships Final against Seattle Pacific in a 3-1 victory on Nov. 5 and again against UC San Diego in a 2-1 win on Nov. 18 in the NCAA Tournament.

2015 (Freshman): Played 23 of 24 games with 12 starts, and totaled 1,076 minutes played … Scored 10 goals (second on team), including five game-winning goals, and had five assists (tied for third on team) as a true freshman for a total of 25 points (second on team) … Among GNAC leaders; ranked second in game-winning goals (five), third in points (25) and goals (10), fourth in points per game (1.09) and goals per game (.43), tied for fifth in assists (five), and tied for eighth in shots (45) … Named to NCAA Division II Soccer Championship All-Tournament Team … Voted to GNAC Honorable Mention All-Conference Team … GNAC Offensive Player of the Week for the week of Oct. 19-25 … Scored first career goal on Sept. 24 in 3-0 win over Saint Martin’s … Scored two goals in a 3-2 victory over Saint Martin’s on Oct. 20 as part of a three-game stretch with four goals and one assist.

Personal | Club | High School

Native of Brazil … Spent seven years in orphanage prior to being adopted … Had only played soccer for seven years prior to coming to WWU … First-team Washington State Soccer Coaches Association Class 4A all-state for second consecutive season and Tacoma News Tribune All-Area choice for third straight year as senior at Federal Way High School … MVP of South Puget Sound League South Division for third time and four-time all-league pick … Led Eagles to first round of Class 4A state tournament, scoring 22 goals … Team captain as senior and four-time team MVP … Had 25 goals as junior, being named Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association State Athlete of the Week, 18 goals as sophomore and 12 goals as freshman … Started and lettered four years, scoring 77 career goals … Also earned three letters in track … Placed fifth at state meet as junior in 100 meters, running personal-best 12.06 seconds in preliminary heat … Had played four years of club soccer for Washington Premier FC, and two in the Elite Clubs National League.

NWPL

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