Lacey Ubaldi begins her fourth season at Pepperdine...One of three seniors on the Waves' roster...Has been a key contributor to Pepperdine's rise to national prominence...Ranks among the all-time career leaders in points (No. 5), goals (No. 5) and assists (T-No.3)...Made an immediate impact in her rookie season and quickly established herself as one of the top young players in the West Coast Conference...Suffered through an injury-plagued 2001 that limited her play to just nine matches...Rebounded last season to post a solid campaign and earned second team All-West Coast Conference (WCC) honors...Left-footed player that is good in one-on-one situations...An accomplished ball scorer who is quick, creative and improvises with the ball...Does a good job reading defenses.
2002: Selected second team All-West Coast Conference (WCC)...Appeared in all 22 matches and started 21...Placed third on the Waves with 25 points, scoring eight goals and totaling a single-season record-tying nine assists...Tied Jenna Fodor for the team lead in assists...Tied for third in the WCC in assists, ranked No. 8 in points and No. 9 is goals...Had the game-winning goal in a 3-0 victory over George Mason...Totaled a career-high six points, scoring two goals and posting a pair of assists, in a 7-1 victory versus Fresno State...Had a goal and an assist versus Liberty...Scored the game-tying goal with 7:40 remaining versus Wisconsin in the second round of the NCAA Championships to force overtime in a contest the Waves eventually won 2-1.
2001: Played in nine matches, starting six, before suffering an ankle and foot injury that required surgery and sidelined her for the remainder of the season...Had one point with lone assist coming on a Kristi Bissonnette goal at Arizona.
2000: Named West Coast Conference (WCC) "Co-Freshman of the Year" along with Santa Clara's Veronica Zepeda...Became the first player in Pepperdine women's soccer history to receive the award...Named second team All-WCC...Selected to Soccer Buzz' All-West Region team...Appeared in all 20 matches and started 15...Led Pepperdine with 27 points and 10 goals...Ranked second on the team with seven assists...Her 27 points rank tied for No. 5 on the school single-season list and her 10 goals are the sixth-most in a single-season...Placed fifth in the WCC in points, tied for fifth in goals and sixth in assists...Also tied for third in the conference with three game-winning goals...Totaled two or more points in a match nine times...Totaled three points after scoring first career goal and registering initial collegiate assist versus Hawaii...Had four points, including a goal and a career-high two assists at Oregon State...Tallied a career-high five points after scoring a personal-best two goals and an assist at Gonzaga.
High School: A four-year letterwinner at St. Mary's High in Stockton, California...An SJAA All-Conference selection all four years...Named SJAA "Most Valuable Player" and Stockton Record Area "Player of the Year" junior and senior seasons...Tabbed St. Mary's High's "Most Valuable Player" following junior and senior campaigns...Served as team captain as a senior...Finished as California's points (goals and assists) leader as a senior...Ranks third on the California career goals scored and assists lists...Led the SJAA in goals scored sophomore through senior seasons...St. Mary's advanced to the CIF Sac-Joaquin Division I Section finals all four years, winning the title three times...St. Mary's currently has a 47-game unbeaten league and section streak dating back to 1997...Also competed in golf and track and field...Named St. Mary's women's golf "Most Valuable Player" as a senior...Also tabbed school's "Outstanding Field Athlete" as a senior...Holds St. Mary's all-time pole vault record...Selected St. Mary's High's "Most Outstanding Senior Athlete."
Personal: Born August 4, 1982...A resident of Stockton, California...Attended St. Mary's High in Stockton, California...Club: A member of the California/Stockton Cougars...Team-leader in scoring and assists the last four years...All-time points leader...Averaged two goals and one assist a contest during the last four years...Team captured 48 Class I, Premier, or Elite Tournament Championships and four district league titles...Club team also advanced to the USYSA West Regionals in 1999-2000...Team compiled a cumulative four-year mark of 200-10-8 (.952)...Considered Cal Poly, St. Louis, Liberty, San Diego and Loyola Marymount before choosing Pepperdine.