Washington State Career
CAREER NOTES - With a full season remaining in her Cougar career, Rodrick is already a fixture in several school career statistical categories...fourth in goals with 18...tied for sixth in assists with 12...fourth in points with 48...needs just 11 points to move past former teammate Katrina Stroh for third in that category...tied for third in multiple goal matches with four...has helped lead WSU to two NCAA Tournament appearances.
JUNIOR (2002) - Extended matches started streak to 57 after starting in all 20 contests...one of six players to start all 20 matches...tallied 17 points on six goals and five assists...tallied fourth multiple goal match of career with two in an 8-1 win over Montana...provided a goal and assist in 8-0 win over Gonzaga...scored an unassisted goal in loss against Brigham Young...tallied her fifth goal of the season in 1-1 tie against Oregon...combined with Nicole Wilcox to set up Kim Morgan for a goal against Washington...corner kick in the sixth minute against No. 12 headed in by Mariette Boyce...set up Nicole Wilcox for the equalizer early in the second half against No. 3 UCLA...scored WSU's lone goal in NCAA Tournament first round loss to Arizona State, knuckling the ball past the Sun Devils' goalkeeper from 30 yards out....tied for 10th in the Pac-10 with 0.25 assists per match.
SOPHOMORE (2001) - One of five players to start all 17 matches and one of four Cougar sophomores to have started all 37 matches in their career...led WSU with 19 points on the season, including seven goals and five assists...Cougars were 3-1-1 when she scored a goal in 2001, 6-2-1 for her career in matches that she has scored a goal in...scored Cougars' first goal of the season against St. Mary's Aug. 31...recorded first career hat trick and third match with multiple goals Sept. 7 when she knocked in three against Eastern Washington...knocked in a goal in the 17th minute against Portland State...notched her sixth goal of the season just after halftime against Arizona, sparking a Cougar surge that led to a 3-1 win...beat Oregon State for seventh goal of the season Nov. 9 in a 2-2 tie...had the second-highest scoring output in a single game by a Pac-10 player last season, scoring seven points against Eastern Washington...tied for ninth in the Pac-10 in points and goals with 19 and seven, respectively...tied for seventh in the conference in points per game, averaging 1.11...tied for sixth in the Pac-10 in with six assists.
FRESHMAN (2000) - Tied for second on team in scoring...led all freshmen in scoring with five goals...12 points tied for fourth on the team...one of seven players to start all 20 games for the Cougs...Pac-10 All-Conference honorable mention...had two multiple goal matches...scored two at Oregon Oct. 27 including the game winner...also scored two against Portland State Sept. 24...moved to striker early in the season...took 55 shots, second on the team...had two assists.
HIGH SCHOOL - Three-time soccer letterwinner as a midfielder for coach Gary Spidahl...also lettered twice in basketball (point guard) and once in fastpitch softball (right field)...SOPHOMORE - first team All-South Puget Sound League...first team All-Area...JUNIOR - selected to the first team All-SPSL, All-Area and All-State teams...team went 18-1-2 winning the SPSL before losing in state 4A final to Richland...SENIOR - first team All-State...team captain.
PERSONAL - Born Rachel Joy Rodrick Aug. 4, 1982, in Tacoma, Wash...parents Robert Rodrick and Sandy Kornegay...one brother Tyler Rodrick...spent five years in Washington's Olympic Development Program, attending regional camp once...played club soccer for the F.C. Royals 81's coached by Donnie Carmel...Royals teammate of Danielle Sass...Curtis High teammate of current Cougar Jen Burrough...undecided on a major.
Career Numbers YEAR MP MS S SOG G A PT GWG PK 2000 20 20 55 24 5 2 12 1 0-0 2001 17 17 45 14 7 5 19 0 0-0 2002 20 20 47 19 6 5 17 0 1-1 Totals 57 57 147 57 18 12 48 1 1-1