Updated Nov. 12, 2013
2013: Started all twenty-two matches this season ... Had one assist against Florida State ... Had one shot and one assist against College of Charleston ... Had one shot against Long Beach State ... Had two shots and one assist against Southern Miss ... Had one shot against South Carolina ... Had one shot against Ole Miss ... Had two shots against Florida ... Had three shots against Georgia ... Had two shots against Missouri ... Had two shots and one assist against Arkansas ... Had four shots against LSU and scored the game winning penalty kick in overtime of the SEC Tournament ... Had one shot against Texas A&M in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals.
2012: Starting center-back in 19 matches ... Tied for fourth on the team in goals (3) and is sixth points (8) ... Helped Auburn post back-to-back shutouts in its first two SEC Tournament matches ... Had the first assist on Mary Coffed's opening goal in the 4-1 win at Vanderbilt (10/19), serving in a free kick that Ashley Kotero flicked to Coffed in the eighth minute ... Helped Auburn post three shutouts in a five game span (9/30-10/14) ... Scored off a PK in the 35th minute against South Carolina (9/28) ... It was the first of four straight Auburn goals as Auburn rallied to win 4-2 ... It was the first PK attempt of her career ... Had the second assist on Tatiana Coleman's game-winning goal in the 41st minute at LSU (9/21) ... Had the first two-goal game of her career against Texas Tech (9/8) ... Scored off of a pair of 25 yard free kicks in the first 30 minutes ... Had scored just one goal in 45 previous matches (also a game-winner) ... Returned to the team on Sunday, Sept. 2 against William & Mary and played the entire second half ... Missed the start of the season as she played in the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Japan for Mexico, which advanced to the quarterfinals ... Played in all four matches.
2011: Starting defender in all 24 matches and registered 10 shots ... Had a goal and two points on 10 shots ... Only goal was a game-winner ... Led the team in minutes played (2206), playing all but one minute of the season ... Registered one shot in the 2-1 NCAA Tournament First Round win over Utah State ... Helped Auburn post back-to-back shutouts in the Quarter- and Semifinals of the SEC Tournament as Auburn defeated LSU, 3-0, and Tennessee, 2-0, respectively ... Headed in her first career goal - the game-winner - in the 62nd minute off of a Mary Coffed corner that pushed Auburn to a 1-0 upset of No. 5 Duke ... Placed on the Soccer America Team of the Week and placed on the Our Game Magazine Players to Watch list after her goal and the team's back-to-back 1-0 shutouts of No. 5 Duke and Wright State ... Helped Auburn hold Kennesaw State and Middle Tennessee State to a combined four shots on goal in a pair of Auburn wins, including a shutout of KSU.
2010: Played in 20 out of 21 matches with two starts ... Finished the year with one assist and took seven shots ... Had the first assist on Ashley Marks' header in the 4-0 win over Tennessee Tech, crossing the ball into Marks ... First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll.
MEXICAN NATIONAL TEAM: Member of the U-20 Mexican National Team system since April 2009 under coach Leonardo Cuellar ... Played on the 2010 U20 Mexican National Team at the CONCACAF Championships in Guatemala and finished in second place, qualifying for the U20 World Cup in Germany ... Mexico advanced to the quarterfinals at the World Cup, becoming the first Mexican National Women's Team of any age group to advance out of pool play ... Played 261 minutes, fourth-most of any defender.
ODP: Played in the Cal-North `92 ODP Regional Championships ... 2008 U-17 Cal-North `91 Regional ODP Championships ... 2005-2008 Region IV ODP Camp.
CLUB: Mustang Spirit was ranked 27th nationally by Soccer America in the 2009 Best Girls Clubs ... 2009 Mustang Stampede Finalist ... 2009 Far West Fall Regional League runner-up ... 2009 Northern California State Cup semi-finalist and 2008 finalist ... Las Vegas Showcase Finalist in 2007 ... Played with the Pleasanton Rage Club from 2006-08.
HIGH SCHOOL: Scored five goals in both her junior and sophomore seasons after collecting seven as a freshman ... Began her career as a forward, moved to the midfield as a sophomore and a center back as a junior ... Has 18 career assists ... 2009 Section 3A North Coast quarter-finalist representing EBAL ... 2009 Second Team All-East Bay Athletic League as a center back ... 2008 All-East Bay Athletic League honorable mention as a forward ... 2007 Principles Honor Role ... Also swam for two years.
PERSONAL: Bianca E. Sierra ... Daughter of Alberto and Rosa Sierra ... Major: Physical Activity & Health ... Has a brother, Cristian ... Uncle, Alexandro Garcia, played semi-pro league with the Pumas second team in Mexico and coached the second team in the 1970s ... Chose Auburn over St. Johns, Northwestern and Rice.