- Number: 7
- Position: M
- Height: 5-4
- Birthday: 12/13/1986
- Hometown: Camarillo, CA
- Previous Team: WNY Flash (WPSL-E)
- Player Acquired: Signed as a free agent
2013: Played her third-consecutive season with the Flash organization, helping the team to the NWSL Shield as regular-season champions and to the NWSL Championship game … Saw action in 22 games, including two playoff appearances, starting 20 regular-season games … Totaled 1,752 minutes played, recording 26 shots, 11 on goal … Scored one goal on the season, the game-winner in a 2-1 victory over the Chicago Red Stars, 5/24 … 2012: Stayed with the Flash when the team moved to the WPSL Elite fo2012: Stayed with the Flash when the team moved to the WPSL Elite for the 2012 season … Was appointed captain of the team and led the Flash to another championship … 2011: Signed with the Western New York Flash for the 2011 WPS season … Helped the team to the regular season title and the WPS Championship title … 2010: In the 2009 WPS Expansion Draft, Zerboni signed with the Atlanta Beat … Made 20 appearances with the club … 2009: Chosen as the 47th overall pick in the 2009 WPS Draft by the Los Angeles Sol … Made ten appearances and earned four starts throughout the season … Had three points on one goal and one assist.
US Women’s National Team
2003: Was a member of the U-17 U.S. National Team and made appearances against Canada and Germany.
Zerboni played collegiate soccer for the UCLA Bruins … 2008: Scored a hat trick in the first round of the NCAA tournament, becoming only the 16th player in UCLA history to do so … Was also named MVP for UCLA’s season … Ended the year with 20 points on seven goals and six assists … 2007: Played all 24 matches of the season, earning 23 starts … Ended the season with six points on a goal and four assists … 2006: Played in 24 matches and started 15 of them … Tied for fifth on the team in scoring with six points coming from two goals and two assists … 2005: Started 10 of the 25 matches she played in and ended the season with three goals and five assists … She scored her first goal in her first collegiate match.