Nevada: All-league honoree who turned in one of the finest seasons in school history as a true freshman...led the team and set school records for points and goals in a single season...already ranks in the Nevada career top 10 for points (third with 23), goals (tied for third with nine) and assists (tied for fifth with five) after just one season...ranks 11th in career shots (36).
2005: Earned second-team All-WAC honors...was also selected to the WAC All-Tournament Team...won Nevada's Rookie of the Year Award at the season-end banquet...started all 20 games in her first season...led the team in points (23) and goals (nine) and tied for first on the squad with five assists...set the school single-season records in goals and points scored...two of her nine goals were game-winners (Sept. 23 vs. New Mexico and Oct. 16 at Idaho)...scored her first career goal in her first career game, Aug. 26 against UC Riverside...was named the WAC Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 26 after scoring goals in wins over New Mexico State and Washington State...tied for second in the WAC in points and goals and was third in both points per game (1.15) and goals per match (0.45)...was tied for second in assists and tied for eighth in assists per game (0.25) in the WAC statistics.
High School: A 2005 graduate of Martin Luther King High School in Riverside, Calif....high school teammate of Samantha Miller...earned four varsity letters in soccer...named 2002 Offensive Player of the Year...earned All-CIF and all-league honors in each of her four years...in 2005 was named MVP, Scholar-Athlete and team captain...two-year member of student council and four-year high honors student.
Club Team: Laguna Hills Eclipse...won national championships in 2002 and 2005.
Personal: Majoring in health ecology...has future aspirations of becoming a doctor...chose Nevada because of the beautiful campus and the up-and-coming soccer program...enjoys shopping and eating...lists her favorite sports moment as the 2005 State Cup finals when she scored two goals in a 3-1 win...Michael Jordan is her sports hero...daughter of Rudy and Patty Montejo...born in January of 1987.
Montejo's Career Statistics