2010-11 Women's Soccer
Olivia Elias
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Olivia Elias
Olivia Elias

POS.MF
HT.5-4
YR.Jr.
HOMETOWNCoral Springs, Fla.
PREVIOUS SCHOOLAmerican Heritage-Delray

At a Glance 
Finished in the top five of numerous categories in the FGCU record books … ranked third in games started (70), fourth in points (36), goals (12), while third in game-winning goals (6), assists (12) and second in shots on goals (74) …two-time Atlantic Sun All-Conference first team selection (2010, 2011) … A-Sun All-Tournament team pick (2011) … NSCAA/Performance Subaru All-South Region third team honoree (2010) … two-time A-Sun All-Academic honoree (2009, 2010).

As A Senior (2011)
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Named to the Atlantic Sun Preseason All-Conference team… one of a league-best three Eagles on the squad ... Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Tournament team … earned a spot on the A-Sun All-Conference first team … played and started all 21 games … third on the team in scoring with six goals and four assists for a career-high 16 points … had 41 shots from her midfield position, good for second … also second on the team with 22 shots on goal … had three game-winning goals, all coming against conference opponents … scored her first goal of the season against Eastern Washington (Aug. 19) … tallied an assist at FIU (Sept. 9) … scored a goal in four straight games against conference foes from Oct. 9- Oct. 21 … had three game-winners during the streak against Kennesaw State (Oct. 9), ETSU (Oct. 16) and Lipscomb (Oct. 21) … earned A-Sun Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 17) after scoring two goals and an assist against ETSU, who was undefeated in conference at the time … had a season-best five shots on goal against ETSU (Oct. 16) … played 13 complete games, including four of the five overtime games … helped FGCU win its first-ever A-Sun Tournament title and back-to-back A-Sun regular season championships.

As a Junior (2010)
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Named to the NSCAA/Performance Subaru All-South Region third team … earned a spot on the Atlantic Sun All-Conference first team … played and started all 17 games … second on the team in scoring with four goals and two assists for 10 points … had a team-leading 55 shots from her midfield position … also led the team with 25 shots on goal … had two game-winning goals, including the one that won the conference championship … scored the very first goal of the season against Delaware State (Aug. 29) … took a season-high eight shots at Jacksonville (Sept. 17) … tallied an assist at Campbell (Sept. 25) … took seven shots, including four on net, in the 0-0 draw at USC Upstate … had two goals in a 4-1 win against Lipscomb (Oct. 17) … also had an assist against the Bisons … closed out the season with the eventual game-winning goal against Stetson (Oct. 23) that clinched the regular season championship … was an A-Sun All-Academic honoree … helped FGCU to its first A-Sun regular season championship.

As A Sophomore (2009)
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Played and started in 15 games … played in six conference contests … tallied two goals on the season … played 90 minutes in three games … ranked sixth in the A-Sun in shots per game with 2.33 … scored the game-winning goal against Palm Beach Atlantic (Sept. 11) … had a season-high eight shots against the Sailfish … had five shots against Austin Peay (Sept. 13) … took four shots versus Citadel (Sept. 18) and at Mercer (Sept. 27) … scored the first goal in a 2-1 victory against the Bears … tallied two shots against ETSU (Oct. 23) … named an A-Sun All-Academic honoree

As A Freshman (2008)
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Started all 17 games … played six complete games … was second on the team with six assists … had 11 shots on goal … made collegiate debut in 3-2 win versus FIU (Aug. 24) … recorded first assist in 2-0 victory at Wingate (Sept. 4) … posted another assist at Kennesaw State (Sept. 26) … took a season-high four shots in back-to-back games against the Owls and Mercer (Sept. 28) ... had two consecutive games with an assist at Campbell (Oct. 2) and at UNF (Oct. 10) … passed out a helper on the lone goal in a 1-1 tie against Lipscomb (Oct. 17) … had two shots on net versus Belmont (Oct. 19) … dished out an assist in the final away game at ETSU (Oct. 26).

High School
2008 graduate of American Heritage Boca/Delray ... helped lead American Heritage to a State Championship in 2004 and 2006, State Runner-up in 2005, 2007-2008, and Regional Champs from 2004-2006 ... named team MVP in the 2006, and 2007 seasons ... nominated All-County First Team in 2006, 2007, and 2008.

Club
Played club soccer for the Weston Soccer Club … a member of the Florida ODP team for three years, and a member of the Regional ODP team in 2007, and 2008.

Personal
Born May 11, 1990 … daughter of Deanna and AJ Elias … mother played soccer at Villanova … has two brothers, Albert (20) and Mitchell (17) … elementary education major.