Fresno State: (2002) All-WAC Second Team…WAC All-Academic selection… WAC Scholar-Athlete… Fresno State Scholar-Athlete…Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar Award winner… Dean's List…started 15 of the 21 matches...third on the squad in goals scored (5), points (11), shots (41) and shots on goal (17)...a clutch performer with three-game winning goals...also recorded one assist this year...all five of her goals came during Fresno State’s five-game winning streak, including a two-goal performance against Boise State in which she had the game-winning goal in overtime...took three shots or more on nine different occasions and racked up 25 in her final six games...took five shots in a 1-0 overtime loss to Hawai'i and against Tulsa in the WAC Tournament...currently stands in seventh place on the all-time points list with 28 for her career, and is in seventh at the moment on the goals list with 11. (2001) WAC All-Academic selection… WAC Scholar-Athlete… Fresno State Scholar-Athlete…played in all 18 matches ... led the Bulldogs in points with 13 ... tied for the team lead with five goals and was second on the team with three assists ... scored the game-winner against San Jose State in the 2-1 contest ... scored two goals against Nevada to help the Bulldogs to a 3-2 overtime victory ... scored all her goals in a four-match stretch at the end of the season ... scored the game-winner to give Fresno State a 3-2 victory against Tulsa in the first round of the WAC Tournament … entered the Fresno State top 10 all-time career list in all three offensive categories. (2000) Fresno State Scholar-Athlete…appeared in 18 games while starting 10 … scored the first goal of her career against Fairfield in the Bulldogs 3-0 victory … notched the first assist of her career three matches later in Fresno States’ 4-0 win over Colgate … recorded her second assist of the season in the Bulldogs’ 4-2 victory over San Diego State.
Prior to Fresno State: A four-year letterwinner at Kaiser High School ... helped lead the team to three Oahu Interscholastic Association East championships during her career ... named the Kaiser Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a senior ... a three-time first-team OIA East All-Star and all-state selection ... earned Kaiser Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year as a junior ... named the OIA East Co-Player of the Year as a sophomore ... led the team in scoring as a freshman, sophomore and senior ... also lettered in cross country, tennis and softball ... played for the Leahi club team ... helped lead Leahi to back-to-back San Diego Surf Cup championships in 1998 and ‘99.
Personal: Born April 9, 1982, in Honolulu ... daughter of Dennis and Linda Sayegusa ... has two brothers, Derek and Mark, and one sister, Sheryl ... lists Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant as her favorite athletes ... also recruited by Hawai’i, Hawai’i Pacific and Nevada.
Career Statistics Year G/GS Shots G A PTS GWG 2000 18/10 20 1 2 4 0 2001 18/18 41 5 3 13 2 2002 21/15 41 5 1 11 3 Totals 57/43 102 11 6 28 5