Leifa Mayers
Leifa  Mayers


Berkeley, Calif.

High School:
Albany HS '00



Human Development/Psychology

2003: Appeared in 18 games, starting 16... Shared team lead in assists (4), while finishing 2nd in goals (6) and total points (16)... Took 24 shots, 10 of which were on goal... Ranked among CCAA leaders in points (T14th), points per game (13th), goals (T14th), goals per game (T15th), assists (T18th) and assists per game (T20th)... Credited for 4 game-winning goals, 3 in eight-day stretch: at 2:00 vs. S.F. State (9/13), at 19:10 vs. Cal St. Stanislaus (9/19) and at 64:35 vs. Cal St. Bakersfield (9/21)... Also converted lone goal of 1-0 win over Sonoma State (10/25)... Assisted on Arlene Tuttle's header in overtime win vs. Northern Colorado in season finale (11/9)... Selected to CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII first team (3.97 GPA).

2002: Played in all 22 games, starting 12... Finished 3rd on team with 10 total points (4 goals, 2 assists)... One of two Aggies (along with Cynthia Rail) to post a multi-goal game, recording a pair of scores vs. Grand Canyon (10/4)... Also had game-winning goals vs. Humboldt (9/2) and Cal State L.A. (10/18)... Assisted on Amanda Medrano's game-winner vs. Chico (9/17)... Also credited with assist on Medrano's goal vs. S.F. State in NCAA first-round playoff (11/13)... Converted Aggies' third PK attempt in shootout vs. UC San Diego in a second-round playoff victory... Earned second-team Verizon Academic All-District VIII.

2001: Saw action in five games on season, all as a reserve... Only goal of season came in 4-0 victory over Cal St. San Bernardino (10/6)... Took just three shots on season.

ALBANY HS '00: Selected to four straight All-Bay Shore Athletic League teams... Twice served as team captain... Also voted as team MVP twice... Played club ball for Bay Oaks. Earned four varsity letters in soccer... Was a four-time all-league selection, two year team captain and two year team MVP... Also earned three varsity letters in softball.

PERSONAL: Born Mar. 16, 1982 in Minneapolis, Minn.... Human development major... Would like to play basketball at UC Davis, if time allowed... Says the toughest thing about being a student-athlete is losing... Career plans include becoming a teacher.