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    Nadia Pearl
    Nadia Pearl

    Class:
    RS Junior

    Hometown:
    Auckland, New Zealand

    High School:
    Avondale

    Height:
    5-7

    Position:
    Midfield

    Experience:
    3rd

    07/16/2014

    Fifty Bulldogs Selected as Mountain West Scholar-Athletes

    Fresno State's soccer and volleyball soccer squads led the way with six and five honors, respectively.

    07/08/2014

    Fifty Bulldogs Selected as Mountain West Scholar-Athletes

    Fresno State's soccer and volleyball soccer squads led the way with six and five honors, respectively.

    06/24/2013

    71 Bulldogs Named 2012-13 MW Scholar Athletes

    A total of 71 Fresno State student-athletes were honored as part of a league-record 623 Mountain West scholar athletes.

    01/31/2013

    43 Bulldogs Earn MW Academic Honors

    43 Fresno State student-athletes earned 2012 Fall Academic All-Mountain West honors.

    10/29/2012

    'Dogs Set For First Ever MW Tournament

    The 'Dogs will take on UNLV Halloween night at 7 p.m. at the SDSU Sports Deck in San Diego.

    08/16/2013

    Fresno State vs. UC Irvine (Exhibiiton)

    Fresno State hosted UC Irvine on Aug. 16 in a soccer exhibition game at the Soccer/Lacrosse Field.

    08/13/2011

    Dog's preseaon with Cal Bears

    ws vs Cal

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    Last updated on January 27, 2014

    2013 (RS Sophomore): Appeared in 18 matches for the Bulldogs ... made four starts ... recorded 662 minutes in the midfield ... took two shots, one shot on goal for a .500 shots on goal percentage.

    2012 (RS Freshman): Appeared and started in 16 matches... missed the first four matches while playing in the 2012 U-20 FIFA World Cup for New Zealand in Japan... Played 1,437 minutes, averaging nearly 90 per match... Scored first career goal against then-No. 24 Santa Clara that pushed the game to overtime... Dished out first career assist against CSU Bakersfield... Tied for fifth on the team with four points (1G, 2A)... Took 12 shots, six on goal for a .500 SOG percentage... At the FIFA U-20 World Cup, saw action in a three group stage matches and notched a start against host country Japan... Saw a total of 90 minutes of action throughout the group stage matches... New Zealand finished third in the group stage and were eliminated from advancing.

    2011 (Freshman): Started the first four matches before suffering a season-ending leg injury ... made collegiate debut at No. 11 Texas A&M (Aug. 19), putting in over 80 minutes on the pitch ... averaged 60 minutes of playing time in the first three matches ... finished with two shots, both on-goal.

    Avondale College: Named captain of 2009 season ... voted most valuable player in 2009 ... earned Avondale College Young Sportswoman Award for the 2009-10 season ... competed in lacrosse, softball, athletics and volleyball ... earned Avondale College All-Rounder Award for work in soccer, English and photography ... member of New Zealand U-17 World Cup Team in 2008 ... member of New Zealand U-20 World Cup Team in 2010.

    Personal: Born October 20, 1992 in New Zealand ... parents are Ross Clour and Lynn Pearl ... she has one older brother, Harry, and two older sisters, Natasha and Ana ... hobbies include the outdoors, photography, and being with friends ... biggest athletic thrill was playing for her country ... most admires her parents ... chose Fresno State to try out something different than in New Zealand and meet new people.

    Career Statistics

    Year

    GP-GS

    Shots

    G

    A

    Pts

    SOG

    GWG

    2013

    18-4

    2

    0

    0

    0

    1

    0

    2012

    16-16

    12

    1

    2

    4

    6

    0

    2011

    4-4

    2

    0

    0

    0

    2

    0

    Total

    38-24

    16

    1

    2

    4

    7

    0

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