6 Tina Estrada
6 Tina Estrada
Height: 5-5
Year: Junior
Hometown: Fremont, Calif.
High School: Washington
Position: Forward
College: 2V

AS A REDSHIRT SENIOR IN 2007: Saw action in 20 of 21 contests, starting in 19 ... named to All-WCC second team (Nov. 14) ... scored the equalizing goal against LMU (Oct. 21) ... led the contest in shots against then-No. 16 San Diego (Oct. 14) ... had two shots against then-No. 2 UCLA (Oct. 7) ... attempted two shots against then-No. 1 Stanford (Oct. 5) ... netted two goals against Cal Poly (Sept. 28) ... dished out an assist on Brittany Klein's game-winning goal against Arizona (Sept. 23) ... scored the game-winning goal against then-No. 20 Missouri (Sept. 16) ... took three shots against then-No. 8 Virginia (Sept. 9) ... had one shot against then-No. 2 Notre Dame (Sept. 7) ... netted her 27th career goal just under four minutes into the Season Opener against San Jose State (Aug. 31).

AS A SENIOR IN 2006: Redshirted the season due to a knee injury suffered in the spring.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2005: Named third-team All-West Region by Soccer Buzz ... A first-team All-WCC selection ... named WCC Player of the Week (10/31) after scoring two goals and adding an assist in 4-0 win over Loyola Marymount on 10/30 ... that performance also earned her spots on Top Drawer Soccer's National Team of the Week and Soccer Buzz' Elite National Team of the Week ... second on the team with 11 goals and 27 points in 2005 ... netted SCU's first goal of season in 2-0 win over Arizona State on Aug. 26 ... had three multi-goal games ... scored three goals and had two assists in the NCAA Tournament, including a two-goal performance in first round vs. Fresno State.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004: A second-team All-WCC selection... started all 25 contests at forward... one of three players who started every match... netted eight goals and five assists for a team-leading 21 points... ranked fourth in the WCC in shots (67), fifth in points, seventh in goals and eighth in assists... notched four game-winners on the season, tied for fifth best in the league... assisted on match-tying goal during season-opener at Cal Poly... finished the night with four shots... added a header goal in the sixth minute against SMU... scored the team's final two goals against Rhode Island at the Rutgers Classic... scores came within four minutes of each other... assisted on Broncos' second goal against Yale... scored both game-winners at SCU adidas Classic to earn All-Tournament team honors... goal against Marquette was on a free kick... headed in a free kick against Denver... took three shots against No. 10 Stanford... added third assist of season at Saint Mary's... posted third game-winner of season at San Francisco... posted nine shots against Stanford in the NCAA Second Round, including the game-winner in the second overtime... assisted on the game-winner at No. 1 North Carolina in the third round.  

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003: Named to the Soccer Buzz West Region All-Freshman team... an honorable mention All-West Coast Conference honoree... started 17 matches and saw action in 21 contests... had seven goals and four assists for 18 points... did not practice with the team during preseason training due to mononucleosis and missed first three matches... made Bronco debut in second overtime against California... earned first start against Georgia and scored in the 11th minute, assisted on a goal in the 16th minute, and scored again in the 88th minute... assisted on the game-winner at Stanford... scored against LMU off a midfield steal... netted a goal and an assist at San Francisco... posted a shot in overtime against Portland... added second-half two goals at Gonzaga to secure the Broncos' third straight WCC title... took six shots against Stanford in the first round of the NCAA Tournament... scored game winner against Arizona State in the NCAA second round... made the team's fourth and final PK in a shoot-out against Portland in the NCAA Third Round... posted two shots against North Carolina in an NCAA Quarterfinal.  

NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE: Was in U19 National Team camp... a member of the U17 National Team for two years... also a member of the Cal North Olympic Development Program and Region IV teams for the past four years.

CLUB TEAM: A five time State Cup Champion with both San Ramon Illusion and Pleasanton Rage... led Rage to U17 2002 Club National Championship... a two-time Western Regional Champion and four-time finalist... won the Surf Cup and Wags in 1999.  

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2002 and 2003 Parade Magazine High School All-American... a 2003 McDonalds All-American... a two-time first team All-American... named player of the month as a junior... named player of the week as a sophomore... has already earned player of the week honors as a senior.  

PERSONAL: Full name is Christina Estrada... born in Fremont, Calif... parents are Al and Eva Estrada... has two siblings.. major is communication.



Estrada's Career Statistics


Year M-S Goals Assists Points Shots GW Goals
2003 21-17 7 4 18 47 2
2004 25-25 8 5 21 67 4
2005 24-23 11 5 27 66 5
2006 DNP - - - - -
2007 20-19 5 1 11 42 1
Career 90-84 31 15 77 222 12