Teresa Noyola

Noyola_WebTeresa Noyola
5′ 3″
April 5, 1990
Palo Alto, CA
Pronunciation: NOY-oh-lah

Born in Mexico City, Mexico, Noyola moved to Palo Alto, California at a very young age.  She played for the U.S. National Team  at the U-16, U-17, U-18 and U-20 teams.  At the age of 20 she decided to play for her birth country and became a member of the Mexican National Team.  She made her debut for Mexico on Dec. 15th against the Netherlands in a Four-Nations Cup in Brazil.  She played in two matches in the 2011 Women’s World Cup.

She attended Stanford University from 2008-2012.  At Stanford she played 102 matches, starting 95.  She capped off her collegiate career by heading in the game-winning goal of the 2012 National Championship to give Stanford a 1-0 victory over Duke.  She was named the 2012 Hermann’s Trophy winner, NSCAA All American and was also an ESPY nominee for Best Female College Athlete.

She was drafted seventh overall by the Western New York Flash in the 2012 WPS draft, but the league disbanded before playing a game that season.  Opting to go overseas, she signed with Dutch side, ADO Den Haag.  She scored three goals in 15 appearances.  Allocated to the NWSL by the Federación Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación, she was released from her Dutch contract to join the Seattle Reign.

On July 1st, 2013 Noyola was acquired via trade by FC Kansas City