Alex Gargano
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Alex  Gargano

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Huntington, N.Y.

High School:
St. Anthony's

Height:
5-7

Position:
D


Nolan on Gargano - "Alex is a very good defender with great composure and good feet. Strong in the tackle, with good pace, if she can show greater consistency she will be a big part of our defense. This is a big year for Alex."

2007 - Started 17 games for the Hoyas, including the last 12 on the Hoya back line... Part of a defensive unit that allowed 0.95 goals-per-game, a Hoya single-season record low

2006 - Played in 15 games for the Hoyas, starting nine of them... Part of a defensive unit that set a new Georgetown single-season record for fewest goals allowed.

2005 - Played 13 games, starting six on the backline, battling injuries in the middle of the season ... Scored her fi rst collegiate goal against St. Joseph's ... Selected to the 2005 All- Hoya Classic Team.

Prior to Georgetown - Played her high school soccer for New York powerhouse, St. Anthony's, where she was team captain her senior year as well as team MVP ... Played for Albertson Express ... A member of the Eastern New York ODP and was in the Region I pool for six years.

Gargano's Career Statistics

YearGP/GSShotsGoalsAssistsPoints
200513/62102
200615/72000
200717/161000
Totals45/315102
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