Emily Costa, Sophia Lisaius, Mattie Maloney and Stephie Sabraw will be honored in Sunday's Senior Day ceremony
Rodgers and Garcia each net their fourth goals of the season
Freshman goalkeeper's impressive debut leads to league's weekly award
Non-conference contest against the Hawkeyes, at Stanford, caps UC Davis' first road trip
Aggies outshoot the Hoosiers 22-13, record twice as many shots on goal and draw more penalty corners in one half than the Hoosiers earned throughout the entire match
2014: ALL-NORPAC CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Led the team with two game-winning goals... Ended the season tied for No. 2 on the squad with her five goals... Finished No. 3 in total points (12), No. 4 in shots on goal (14) and No. 5 in total shots (19)... Started 19 of 20 games played... Scored at Saint Louis (9/6), at Indiana (9/7), against Iowa (9/11) - three goals in as many games - vs. California (10/10) and Pacific (10/12)... Earned an assist at Missouri State (9/4) and Pacific (10/12)... Fourteen of her 19 shots were on goal... Shots taken at Saint Louis and Pacific were game-winners.
2013: Received NorPac West Division Offensive Player of the Week accolades on Nov. 4 thanks to her one goal, one assist effort to help her team defeat Pacific by a 3-2 score... Scored a goal against Missouri State (8/30), at Michigan (9/15), against Stanford (10/6) and Pacific (11/1)... Also earned an assist on goals scored against Liberty (9/6) and Pacific... Ended the season with 10 points... Sixteen of her 23 shots were on goal... Took a season-high three shots at Cal (10/20)... A season-high three shots on goal were also recorded in that game.
2012: Saw action in eight games... Scored her inaugural goal as an Aggie vs. Siena (9/19)... Took two shots, one on goal, in that same contest.
TORREY PINES HS '11: Earned three varsity letters, helping lead Torrey Pines to the CIF-San Diego Section Division I championship game... Her prep squad won the title in 2008 with a 22-4 record and was a semifinalist in 2009... Was named all-conference second team and all-Palomar League second team in her career... Helped lead her team to a 10-0 league mark in 2010.
PERSONAL: Born in San Diego, California... Majoring in communication... Parents are Dana Sabraw and Summer Stephan... Hopes to make "at least a small change in the world to make it a better place."... Best facility she's played at is the Olympic Training Center... Hopes for a career in broadcasting and/or politics... Non-sports heroes are Mother Teresa and Dr. Seuss.