2012-- SENIOR: Scored one point with one assist vs. Long Beach State (Sep. 07)...Tallied two points and one goal vs. Auburn (Sep. 23).
2011 -- JUNIOR: Saw playing time in five matches in the midfield ... Assisted a goal against Fordham (Sept. 18) ... Took one shot vs. Drake, placing it on frame (Oct. 14) ... Earned Big 12 playing time at Kansas (Nov. 2).
2010-- SOPHOMORE: Saw action in four matches ... scored a penalty kick in the shootout vs. Colorado (Nov. 3) to advance to the Big 12 Tournament semifinal, and vs. North Dakota State (Nov. 12) to advance to the NCAA second round.
2009 -- FRESHMAN: Came off the bench to see action in three games ... Netted her first collegiate goal in her first match vs. UTSA (Aug. 30) ... Clocked a season-high 29 minutes against Sam Houston State (Sept. 20) ... Tallied two points, two shots and one shot on goal.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Only girl to play and win a Carioca championship on a boy's beach soccer team in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2001 ... Was selected to play on the Manitoba Provincial team in Canada in 2002 ... Won bronze in the Rocky Mountain Cup with the Manitoba Provincial team in 2003 ... Was selected to represent Manitoba in the 2004 All-Star National Championship ... Was selected to participate in the Regional Training Center (Winnipeg, Canada) and the National Training Center (Edmonton, Canada) in 2004 ... Played for the U-15 Women's Canadian National Team in 2005 ... In 2006 played in the Philadelphia College Showcase with the Manitoba Provincial team... Was awarded the 2007 club and city player of the year ... Ran track and field and cross country, played volleyball, basketball and badminton ... Won two gold medals and a bronze medal on the mixed relay team in the Manitoba Marathon ... Won a bronze medal in a Manitoba Provincial cross country run.
PERSONAL: Catalina Clavijo was born on September 16, 1990 in Bogota, Colombia ... Daughter of Alfonso and Claudia Clavijo ... Has one sibling, Camilo (16) ... Was vice president of Shaftesbury High School student council in 2007 ... Member of the 2008 yearbook committee ... Member of the 2008 Aid for Darfur charities ... Chose Texas A&M because "it's always been my dream to play college soccer and A&M is an amazing team with which I can live out that dream." ... Kinesiology major.