0 Paige Simoneau
Paige  Simoneau


Corona, Calif.

High School:
Santiago HS





Women's Soccer Beats Boise State, 2-1; Sweeps Opening Week Of MW Play

Both Spartan goals in the win came on corner kick sets.


Spartans Beat Utah State, 2-1, In Double-OT Thriller

Jamilecxth Becerra sent the Spartans home as 2-1 double-overtime winners in the MW opener.


Women's Soccer Shuts Out Saint Mary's, 1-0, In Non-conference Finale

With today's result the Spartans finish non-conference play with successive shutouts.


Hurtado's Game-Winner Lifts Spartans Over Cal Poly, 1-0

Gabriella Hurtado's first-career goal will go down as a game winner for the Spartans.


Women's Soccer Hits The Pitch For First Practices Of 2017

The Spartan women's soccer team is officially back in action and finished up the first day of practice on Wednesday.

AT SJSU: Entering her junior year in 2017 … Her stunning performance in the 2015 Mountain West Championship Tournament earned her MVP honors and helped lift the Spartans to their first league title since 2000.

2016: Started the team’s first nine matches before suffering a season-ending injury in the Sept. 25 match at Nevada … Allowed just five goals in 843:47 across nine matches and had four shutouts … Allowed just one goal throughout the first four matches of the season and had a shutout percentage which ranked top-15 in the country during that span … Compiled a 3-2-3 record.

2015: Inserted into the Mountain West semifinal and championship matches after sitting out during regulation and overtime and stopped a total of four penalty kicks, helping SJSU win the title and advance to the NCAA Tournament for just the second time in program history … Stopped three PK’s in the semifinal match against New Mexico, and another in the title match against the host and #1-ranked San Diego State … Despite logging only three minutes of playing time throughout the two matches, Simoneau was named the championship’s Most Valuable Player … Played in five regular season matches, making three starts.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2014 CIF-Southern Section Division 2 and CIF-SoCal region champion goalkeeper as a senior at Santiago High School in Corona, Calif. … HSGameTime named her Girls Soccer Player of the Year after she led Santiago to four penalty-kick victories on the way to the championships … Team captain for two seasons on teams ranked inside MaxPreps’ top-100 high school programs in the country … Played club soccer for Legends FC in Chino, Calif.

MORE ON PAIGE: A child and adolescent development major ... Career plans include becoming a teacher ... Enjoys spending her free time with firends ... The native of Riverside, Calif., now calls Corona, Calif., home.