6 Camila Infante
6 Camila Infante
Height: 5-6
Year: Senior
Hometown: Santiago, Chile
High School: Santiago College
Position: M
2006: Named Second Team All-America for the third consecutive season ... named to the NFHCA Division I All-Region Team ... earned All-Patriot League First Team Honors for four straight seasons ... was named the Patriot League Tournament MVP after posting three goals and one assist throughout the championship tournament ... finishes second in AU's all-time record book for career points with 138 and second in career goals with 49 ... second on the team in points in the 2006 season with 29, coming off 12 goals and five assists ... second on the team in game winning goals with three, coming against James Madison (9/22), in double overtime against Lehigh (10/21) and in the PL Championship against Holy Cross (11/5) ... won PL Player of the Week for the week ending 10/30 ... played and started in all 21 games in her final season as an Eagle. 2005: Named Second Team All-America for the second straight season ... earned back-to-back Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year honors ... was the 2005 ECAC Division I Player of the Year ... led the Patriot League in points with 45, coming on 15 goals and 15 assists ... led AU with five game-winning goals ... scored all three American goals in 3-2 win over Old Dominion (8/28) ... registered five points against Lehigh (10/15) ... named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week three different times (9/5, 10/3, 10/17) ... led the Eagles with 65 shots ... played and started in 18 games for American, missing four contests to play for Chile in the Junior World Cup. 2004: Earned Second Team All-American honors ... was the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year after posting a league-high 37 points on 14 goals and nine assists ... was a First Team All-PL selection ... earned Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week for Oct. 25 ... scored multiple goals in three different matches ... had four game-winning goals on the season ... scored five points (2g-1a) against PL rival Colgate on Oct. 23. 2003: Named to the 2003 STX/NFHCA Division I All-Region First Team ... honored as the 2003 Patriot League Rookie of the Year, as well as a selection on the Patriot League All-League First Team ... started the season in the fifth game against Pacific ... played in a total of 18 games with 17 starts ... scored her first collegiate goal against Georgetown on Sept. 24, where she also had three assists ... found the cage twice against Lafayette on Nov. 7 ... posted three game-winning goals ... was named the Patriot League Rookie of the Week for the weeks of Oct. 3 and Nov. 3. Before American: Started midfield for Chile at Pan American Games in summer of 2003 ... competed in both the Four Nations Tournament in Canada and the South American Championships in 2003 ... played at Five Nations Tournament in Chile in 2002 ... competed at Junior World Cup in Argentina in May 2001 ... scored twice versus U.S. team in 2-2 in spring of 2003 ... participated in the Pan American Games in 2003 as a member of the Chilean National Team. Personal: Born July 11, 1984 the daughter of Denise Vermehren and Roberto Infante ... has four siblings including Paula, who plays at Maryland, and Denise, who plays for American ... majoring in elementary education.



  OFFENSE               GP    G    A  Pts Shots Shot%  SOG  SOG%  GW Dsv
  2003................  18    8   11   27    77  .104   33  .429   3   0
  2004................  22   14    9   37    77  .182   50  .649   4   0
  2005................  18   15   15   45    65  .231   38  .585   5   0
  2006................  21   12    5   29    58  .207   42  .724   3   0
  TOTAL...............  79   49   40  138   277  .177  163  .588  15   0