|19 Rachael Shomper
2009:Finished the season with a team-high and career-high four goals ... Lead the Catamounts with 3 assists for a total of 11 points ... Notched a shot-on-goal percentage of .600 (9-for-15) ... Scored first goal of the season against East Tennessee State on Aug. 28 ... Added second goal in crucial game at Tennessee on Sept. 13 ... Tallied game winner against Georgia Southern on Sept. 27 ... Added a goal at Furman on Oct. 23 ...Finished career with 11 goals, 8 assists and 29 points ... Ranked sixth all-time with five career game-winners.
2008: Appeared in 20 matches on the season ... Scored a total of three goals and dished out three assists for a total of nine points overall ... Scored the game-winning goal in the quarterfinals of the SoCon Championships against Samford (11/07) in the 1-0 victory ... Also scored the lone goal against Elon (11/02) in the first round of the SoCon Championships ... Finished the season with 16 shots seven of them were on goal.
2007: Appeared in all 20 matches on the year, making a start in the season-opener against Wyoming... Scored a total of three goals for six points overall, good for fourth-best on the team... Tied for the team lead with two game-winning goals, putting in the deciding score in the wins over UNC Asheville and The Citadel, both 2-1 victories... Took a total of 21 shots, 15 of which found the goal, for a shot-on-goal percentage of .714, tops on the squad...Garnered All-Tournament Team honors at the East Tennessee State Invitational Tournament.
2006: Played in 20 matches and started seven ... Tied for sixth for shots taken on the team with 20 ... Had two points credited to her against UNC Asheville (09/26), a game in which she scored her first career goal when she took a ball headed by teammate Buki Baruwa into the goal from the left side ... Tallied a season-high two shots on goal against Chattanooga (10/15).
High School: A two-time Pennsylvania All-State selection as a junior and senior, in 2003 and `04, also garnering first team all-league honors those seasons ... Was named to the Central Pennsylvania Big 11 in `03 and `04, as well as the PAGS Top 60 in 2004 ... Scored a career-best 26 goals and dished out 19 assists as a junior in 2004, leading Millersburg HS to the division championship ... Named the PennLive.com Athlete of the Month ... Was also a four-year letter winner in girl's basketball, a three-year letter winner in track & field, and played one year of varsity softball ... On the court, led the league in steals as a junior in 2004 and led her team in the same category from her sophomore season on.
Club: Helped her club team win the 2003 Super Clubs Nationals, as well as the `03 PAGS championship ... During her club career, was a part of the PAGS U-15 and U-16 championship squads.
Personal: Daughter of Rodney and Kristine Shomper ... Has three siblings - two older, Taryn and Sarah, and one younger, Ashley.