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Vanessa Flores

#26 Vanessa Flores

M | So. | 5-7 | Baytown, Texas | Ross S. Sterling High

  • Member of the Mexican U-20 Women’s National Team

2015-16 Freshman

  •  Academic All-Big 12 Newcomer Team
  •  Logged 222 minutes of action playing off the bench in eight matches
  •  Finished the season with three shots, including a career-high two in 8-0 win over Villanova on Sept. 6
  •  Also played a career-high 56 minutes in victory over Wildcats

High School

  •  Girls IMG Academy Top 150 (No. 152)
  •  Member of the Mexican Women’s National U-17 and U-20 Teams
  •  Competed with the Mexican U-20 team at the 2015 U-20 Women’s NTC Invitational
  •  Competed at the 2014 U-17 World Cup Costa Rica
  •  Captained the 2013 Mexican National Team at the 4 Nations Tournament Costa Rica
  •  Helped the Mexican team defeat the United States and Canada at the 2013 CONCACAF U-17 Championship and earned a spot on the CONCACAF All-Star Team
  •  Six-year member of the Albion Hurricanes FC, multi-year team captain and led squad to 2012 and 2011 state championships
  •  Transitioned to Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) and finished seventh in the nation in 2013
  •  2014 captain of AHFC 97G ECNL Team
  •  Team captain at Ross S. Sterling High
  •  First team all-district, 21-5A Newcomer of the Year and two-time Defensive and Team MVP

Personal

  •  Daughter of Jose and Gloria Flores
  •  Has one brother
  •  Birthday is May 26
  •  Majoring in exercise physiology  
  •  Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll 
  •  Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll 
SeasonClassGPStartShotsSOGAssists
Totals 2361321
2015Fr80300
2016So1561021

Two Mountaineers Receive National Call

By Shannon McNamara | January 23, 2017

Two members of the West Virginia University women’s soccer team have been called into camp with their national teams.

College Soccer's Big Conundrum

By John Antonik | August 08, 2016

Imagine for a minute what it would be like for football coach Dana Holgorsen to begin the regular season knowing he’s not going to have his top three players for a while, or, for men’s basketball coach Bob Huggins or baseball coach Randy Mazey to see some of their top players leave campus for a couple of weeks during the season before returning to the team?

U-20 International Update

By Shannon McNamara | May 19, 2016

Rising sophomores Vanessa Flores and Bianca St. Georges, as well as incoming freshman Rylee Foster, are busy training for the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Papua New Guinea.