18 - Rebeccah Phillips|
|Hometown:||Lake Forest, Calif.|
|Previous School:||El Toro HS|
AS A JUNIOR (2006)
Took a medical redshirt after suffering a knee injury before the start of the season.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2005)
Had another standout season playing in the midfield and on the forward line...appeared in all 19 matches, starting 12...finished second on the team in scoring with three goals and three assists...tallied her first assist on Linda Sanchez’s game winner in the Hornets’ 1-0 shutout of Fresno State on Sept. 4...had her best match of the year in Sacramento Sate’s 2-1 victory over Idaho....during that match scored the game-tying goal in the 68th minute before assisting on Katie McCoy’s game winner in the 84th minute...took 20 shots during the year, placing eight on goal...named Big Sky all-academic.
AS A FRESHMAN (2004)
A tremendous addition for the Hornets playing in the central midfield and also on the wing...one of the team’s hardest workers on the field...her play earned her way into the starting lineup, starting the last 11 matches of the season and playing in a total of 16...scored her first collegiate goal at Weber State on Oct. 23...finished the season with two points and 11 shots, seven on goal...also received Big Sky all-academic honors.
A 2004 graduate of El Toro HS in Lake Forest, Calif...competed in four years of soccer and track for the Chargers in the South Coast League...in soccer, she was named team captain as a senior...earned team MVP honors after tallying 11 goals as a sophomore...in track, she earned Iron Woman honors as a senior...ran a leg of the school-record 4x100-meter relay squad...tallied career bests of 16.00 in the 100-meter high hurdles and 33-10 in the triple jump...received the Excellence Award for Girls Athletics, the Gene Autry Humanitarian Award, the Senior Award and the 2003-04 Athlete of the Year award in 2004...a member of the San Diego Spirit club team...led the Crusaders to a Crusaders Cup, Sun and Surf Cup and Irvine Cup title in 2003.
Born April 12, 1986...parents are John and Karen Phillips...major is communications studies.