Six seniors conclude their careers with most wins since 2005
Hoyas are first team to score three goals on Huskies this season
Twenty-two Georgetown alumnae gathered at Multi-Sport Field on Sunday, April 14, to take on the current players.
Briana Pereira made 14 saves in the loss
Hoyas look to snap 11-game losing streak in final weekend of action.
2011: Played in 17 matches, starting 16 during her junior season...Led the BIG EAST in saves (111) and finished with a .653 save percentage...Posted her first win of the season against Lehigh in a 3-2 overtime victory on September 2...Earned a win over Holy Cross in a 4-2 win on September 10... Made a season-high 16 saves against Rutgers on September 30.
2010: Played every minute in the cage for Georgetown as a sophomore ... Led the BIG EAST in saves (116) and was second in the league in saves per game (6.11) ... Finished with a .627 save percentage ... Had a shutout in a 4-0 win over Saint Francis (Pa.) on August 29 ... Allowed three goals or less in 12 of the team's 19 games ... Tallied double-digit saves in four games (Louisville, Davidson, Connecticut and Towson).
2009: Appeared in nine games, starting five at goalkeeper during her freshman season...Finished the season with 57 saves, including a team-high .687 save percentage...Made nine saves to earn her first career victory in 3-2 overtime victory over Radford in the season-finale on Nov. 1.
High School: Pereira, a seven-time letterwinner, including four in field hockey and three in track and field, was named a Regional All-American and two-time Goalie of the Year in 2007 and 2008...Earned first team all-conference and all-county selection...Guided Shawnee High School to a 2007 New Jersey State Championship and a No. 7 national ranking...Recorded 46 shutouts during her career.