2013 (Sophomore): Came off the bench for the Huskies vs. Baylor and Seattle U.
Made her Husky debut vs. Fresno State, playing three minutes.
Four-year letterwinner at Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton, Calif. ... Has played for the U-17 women's Mexican National Team, helping them to a first place finish in the Four Nations Tournament in Trinidad & Tobago in 2010... Qualified for the 2010 U-17 World Cup, finishing second in Costa Rica... Played Club soccer with FC Fremont in Fremont, Calif. (2000-08), Pleasanton Rage in Pleasanton, Calif. (2008-10) and she has been with the De Anza Force ECNL in Cupertino, Calif. since 2010. She helped lead her team to the semifinals of the 2011 Surf Cup in San Diego, Calif.
Bilingual (English and Spanish) and has dual-citizenship (USA and Mexico)... Her cousin, Bianca Sierra, has played for the Mexican National Team since 2009.
Coach Gallimore on Garcia: "Charlee is a skillful and intelligent central midfielder or defender. She is another player that helps us with our depth and will work extremely hard to maximize her potential. The pace of the game at the college level will be Charlee's biggest challenge, but she most definitely has the skill set to step up to that challenge."