Nolan on Filauro - "Elaina will be a key player for us this year. I expect her to lead our attacking line and help provide a scoring threat for us. She's a tireless worker and is a great example for all our younger players. She's the ultimate team player."
2006 - Played in all 19 games for Georgetown, while starting in 17 of them... Finished second on the team in goals (4) and points (10)... Led the team in shooting percentage by tallying four goals on only 13 shots... Scored the game-winning goal against preseason conference favorite Connecticut and also notched an assist in the 2-0 Hoya victory...Recorded Georgetown's only multi-goal game of the season with two scores in a win over DePaul... Scored the game-tying goal in the season opener versus Binghamton... Assisted on the third and final goal in a shutout win of George Washington
2005 - Started 16 games for Georgetown, playing in all 21 ... Scored six goals and one assist for the Hoyas, tallying 13 points on the year ... Second on the team in goals and tied for third in points ... Tied with Chrissy Skogen for team lead with three game-winning goals ... Began the season with goals in three of the first four games, including the first two ... Tallied game-winner against Bucknell and lone goal in 1-1 tie vs. Villanova and 3-1 loss at Loyola ... First assist as a Hoya on the game-winner vs. Towson ... Buried gamewinner early in the second half in 2-1 win at St. John's ... Insurance goal against Cincinnati ... Gave Georgetown its first BIG EAST Championship win with a goal in the 38th minute in 1-0 victory at Syracuse.
2004 - Started 13 games for the Hoyas while playing in 18 ... Scored fi rst collegiate goal in shutout over Bucknell.
Prior to Georgetown - A four-year varsity starter at Morris Knolls High School ... Garnered all-county, all-conference and all-state awards ... Captain of both her club and high school teams ... A member of the PDA Stampede, who were the 2002 New Jersey State Champions.
Filauro's Career Statistics