Captain Carla Rebecchi has played her final field hockey game with the national team, Las Leonas. And of course she went out winning. The team beat New Zealand 2-0 in the Copa Secretaría de Deportes de la Nación. Not only did the team win but Rebecchi was also able to get a last goal in before she turned in her field hockey stick.

“I’m very happy to have had this farewell with all of my people, with my family, my friends, and all of the people from my club,” said Rebecchi.

Argentina is known for its competitive women’s field hockey and their national team is doing so well right now that they are currently ranked third in the International Hockey Federation (FIH).

Rebecchi has played 14 years with the team, participating in three World Cups, where she won a gold medal in 2010 and two bronze medals in 2006 and 2014. She has also participated in the Olympics, winning one silver medal in 2012 and a bronze medal in 2008. But there’s more! She has also won one gold medal in 2007 and one silver medal in 2011 at the Pan-American Games. No word on what her plans are for the future, but with a legacy like that fans can probably expect great things.