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    Rachel Fox
    Rachel Fox

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Andover, Mass.

    High School:
    Andover

    Height:
    5-6

    Position:
    M



    2011: Continued to contribute to the Wildcats defense and midfield as a reserve, playing in 15 games ... Finished with five ground balls, one draw control and one caused turnover on the year ... Had one ground ball in each of the first four games ... Came off the bench in ALC Championship win over Florida and NCAA quarterfinal victory vs. Albany.

    2010: One of the Wildcats' top reserves, seeing action in 18 games ... Set a personal-best with five goals, including a pair against Duquesne (3/12) ... Also found the back of the net against Johns Hopkins (4/16), North Carolina (4/18) and Vanderbilt (4/24) ... Recorded 15 ground balls on the year, including a career-high four at Syracuse (3/21) where she also caused a pair of Orange turnovers ... Scooped up three grounders against Georgetown (3/6) to complement a pair of caused turnovers ... Won a draw control against the Commodores and Florida (5/2).

    2009: Played in 12 games for the Wildcats off the bench, including the NCAA first round game against Massachusetts (5/10) and the NCAA championship game against North Carolina (5/24) ... Tallied a goal in the season-opening victory over Denver (1/23) ... Scooped up a career-best five ground balls, including a pair both at Duquesne (2/17) and against the Minutewomen ... Won a draw control at Notre Dame (2/20).

    2008: Saw action in 11 games in her freshman campaign, including starts at Rutgers (2/24) and at Hofstra (2/26) ... Recorded a pair of goals on the year, the first against the Scarlet Knights and the second against North Carolina (4/20) ... Added three draw controls, a ground ball and a caused turnover.

    High School: First-team All-American in 2007 ... Finished career with 256 goals, 125 assists and 381 points ... Leading career scorer in program history ... Two-time League MVP ... Eagle Tribune MVP (2007) ... Two-time Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic selction ... Two-time All-Eastern Massachusetts selection ... Top scorer in Massachusetts (92 goals) on 18-3 team in 2006 ... Selected for Lower New England Team 2 in 2006 ... Named to the Eastern Massachusetts All-Star First Team and selected team MVP ... Selected as an all-conference midfielder in 2005 ... Top scorer (55 goals) on a 19-2 Lax Power club team in 2005 ... Also was leading scorer in the conference and named offensive MVP of the team ... Lower New England Team 4 top scorer at Nationals ... Member of the Revolution Lacrosse Black Team for three years ... Lettered in lacrosse and track four years and soccer three ... Two-time Divison I state champion in 600 meters ... Two-time league MVP in track.

    Personal: Born Rachel Amanda Fox ... Daughter of John and Karen Fox ... Member of the Honor Roll ... Attended same high school as NU football player Brendan Smith ... Major is communication studies.

    Fox's Career Statistics

    Season GP-S G A Pts SOG FP GB DC CT
    2011 15-0
    0 0
    0 0
    0-0
    5 1 1
    2010 18-0
    5 0
    5 13
    1-3
    15 2 5
    2009 12-0 1 0
    1
    1 0-0 5
    1 0
    2008 12-2 2 0 2 3 0-1 1 3 1
    Totals 56-2 8 0 8 17 1-4 26 7 7

    Fox's Career Highs

    Goals 2, vs. Duquesne (3/12/10)
    Assists N/A
    Points 2, vs. Duquesne (3/12/10)
    Ground Balls 4, at Syracuse (3/21/10)
    Draw Controls 1, seven times (most recent vs. Vanderbilt, 2/27/11)
    Caused Turnovers 2, two times (most recent at Syracuse, 3/21/10)