Oceguera was 1997 Big West Conference Player of the Year, 1997 NSCAA All-West Region and a three-time All-Big West Conference selection, scoring 39 goals and 17 assists in her Mustang career. She is No. 2 all-time at Cal Poly in career goals (39) and No. 3 for goals in a season (13).
In the summer of 1999 prior to her senior year, she played in three matches at the World Cup for Mexico and was the team captain.
Cal Poly was 52-24-4 during Oceguera’s career.
Oceguera was drafted by the San Diego Spirit in the fifth round and also played for the Bay Area Cyber Rays, helping the latter to the WUSA championship.
She has coached soccer and track at Archbishop Mitty High School as well as Almaden Valley, was a physical education teacher and athletics director at St. Martin School and taught physical education at St. Elizabeth Seton School in Palo Alto. She currently is a physical education teacher at Sierra School and also taught health for one year.
Oceguera has coached and directed World Cup soccer camps and clinics.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in recreation administration with a concentration in sports management at Cal Poly in 2000, was inducted into the St. Francis High School Hall of Fame in 2014 and lives in San Jose with her husband Brian Eagleson and their two children.