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  Rachael Neumann
Rachael Neumann

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Woodbury, NY

High School:
Syosset

Height:
5-6

Position:
GK

At Stanford - Selected to the WWLL All-Star team in 2001...In two years at Stanford she has set almost every goalkeeping record and has been one of only five people to start every game for the past two seasons...She has played in 33 games and posted 334 saves placing her 2nd in the career record-book...She has a career save percentage of .55 and a career goals-allowed average of 9.20...As a sophomore in 2001, she started every game in the cage and recorded 183 saves to finish the season with a .57 save percentage...She notched a personal and team best 21 saves in a game against Bucknell (3/11) and had 19 saves against California (5/6) in the WWLL Championship game, the 2nd best record in school history...As a freshman in 2000 she made a huge impact as the only goalkeeper for the Cardinal during the 2000 season (minus two games she sat out due to a head injury)...Had a season-high 18 saves vs. Johns Hopkins and had over 10 saves in 10 games...Had over 4 clears in 9 games, with a season-high 9 clears in two games; against Johns Hopkins (3/22) and Columbia (4/14)...She allowed only 137 goals in 17 games across the season...Prep - In 1998 and 1999 she won the Coaches Award and was selected All-Conference, All County and MVP... Named to All-Star Express team and a member of the Long Island National Tournament Team in 1999...Save percentage in 1999 was the best for all of Long Island...A four-year letterwinner in both lacrosse and soccer... Senior year she was captain of both teams, as well as Outstanding Senior Athlete...Personal - Parents are Peter and Marty Neumann...Tutored East Palo Alto students in reading, computers and Internet skills with the PLUGGED IN program...Campus marketing manager for Coca-Cola...A Urban Studies major, interested in non-profit concert planning...A member of the USA West Lacrosse Team who traveled to Japan in the summer of 2001 to play the Japanese National Team...Her brother Jeff was the goalkeeper for the lacrosse team at Bentley College...Hobbies are music, film, rock-climbing and snowboarding.


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