The George Washington University: Women's Lacrosse

Rachel Mia
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Rachel  Mia

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Millersville, MD

High School:
Severna Park

Height:
5-3

Position:
Attack

Major:
Mathematics



04/30/2015

GW Lacrosse Garners Five Atlantic 10 Postseason Awards

Seitz Earns First Team and All-Academic Team Honors

04/26/2015

GW Lacrosse Ends Season With 18-11 Loss at UMass

Rachel Mia Scores Five Points in Final Game

04/24/2015

GW Lacrosse Falls to George Mason, 17-5

Colonials Close Out Regular Season on Sunday at UMass

04/19/2015

GW Lacrosse Downs St. Bonaventure, 16-10, on Senior Day

Mia, Forcier Pace Colonials Offensively

04/17/2015

GW Lacrosse Rallies for 14-13 Overtime Win Over Duquesne

Cassidy Nets Game-Winner With 9.7 Seconds Left

03/24/2014

GW Lacrosse vs. Johns Hopkins

GW vs. Johns Hopkins (3.08.2014) Photos by: Mitchell Layton

03/24/2014

GW Lacrosse vs. Liberty

GW vs. Liberty (2.26.2014) Photos by: Mitchell Layton & George Kubas

04/15/2013

GW Lacrosse vs. Richmond (3.29.2013)

GW vs. Richmond (3.29.2013) Photos by: George Kubas II

02/16/2013

021613 Womens Lacrosse

GW vs. Drexel (2.13.2013) photo by: Mitchell Layton


Finishes her career ranked third all-time at GW with 134 career goals and seventh with 141 career points ... Also tied for eighth all-time with 66 career games played.

2015: Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team ... Team co-captain ... Started all 16 games ... Led the A-10 and ranked 19th in the nation with 2.94 goals per game ... Also the league leader with 47 goals on the year, the third-highest single-game total in GW history ... Led the league with 6.12 shots per game ... Took a team-high 98 shots ... Ranked second on the team with 15 caused turnovers and tied for fourth with 22 ground balls ... Also won 10 draw controls ... Added two assists for a team-best 49 points ... Scored at least one goal in all 16 games with 11 multi-goal efforts and nine hat tricks ... Matched the program single-game record with seven goals against Mount St. Mary's (March 17) and was named Atlantic 10 Player of the Week on March 22 for her performance ... Scored five goals at Liberty (Feb. 23) and against St. Bonaventure (April 19) ... Added a season-high four ground balls against the Bonnies ... Scored four goals against Yale (Feb. 21), California (March 23) and Saint Joseph's (April 3) ... Added three ground balls and two caused turnovers against the Bulldogs and Golden Bears ... Named A-10 Co-Player of the Week for a second time on April 6 for her performance against the Hawks, making her the first Colonial to win the award twice in one season since Taylor Donohue in 2009 ... Recognized on GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.

2014: Started all 16 contests as a junior....Led Colonials with 35 goals on the year, ranking 10th on GW's single-season records list...Dished out two assists for a total of 37 points, good for second on the team...Scored a season-high six goals against George Mason (April 18), which ranks fourth on GW's single-game list...Recorded at least one point in all but five games...Tallied two or more goals 11 times...Took a team-high 75 shots and put 54 on target for a .720 shots-on-goal percentage...Converted a team-high four free-position goals...Picked up 21 ground balls...Won 18 draw controls, including a career-high five against Mount St. Mary's (March 12)...Ranked fourth on team with 11 caused turnovers and matched her career-high with three against Davidson (March 1)...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List...Member of Fall 2013 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll...Named to A-10 All-Academic Team.

2013: Appeared in all 17 games and logged 14 starts during sophomore campaign...Finished third on team with 33 points...Scored 31 goals for second-most on team and dished out two assists...Tied GW's single-game record with career-high seven goals in season opener at Howard (Feb. 13)...Recorded at least one point in all but four contests...Took 71 shots and put 53 on goal...Netted game-winning goals at Howard and in season finale at Saint Joseph's (April 21) to help Colonials reach second straight conference championship...Picked up 25 ground balls, including a career-high six at SJU...Tied for second-most on team with 14 caused turnovers...Caused a career-high three turnovers at Howard...Won 12 draw controls, including a career-high four at Massachusetts (April 7)...Converted six free-position goals...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List and Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Rolls.

2012: Appeared in 17 games and started nine during her freshman campaign...Ranked fifth on the team with 21 goals and one assist for 22 total points...Fired 55 shots, 45 of which were on goal...Picked up 15 ground balls and caused five turnovers...Tallied a season-high four ground balls at St. Bonaventure (April 22)...Scored two goals in her first career game against Howard (Feb. 15)...Netted a game-high and season-high three goals against Long Island (Feb. 25), No. 19 Towson (March 10) and Mount St. Mary's (March 19).

High School: Two-time Second Team All-Anne Arundel County selection in 2010 and 2011...Helped Severna Park to Maryland State 4A/3A Championships in 2009 and 2011...Participated on the 2010 Under Armour Underclassmen Tournament D.C. Team and also helped the Falcons to a District title in 2010...Severna Park was ranked No. 17 and No. 29 in the final ESPNHS Fab 50 rankings in Rachel's junior and senior seasons, respectively.

Personal: Born Rachel Allyse Mia on Sept. 5, 1993, in Baltimore, MD...Daughter of Reynaldo and Marcia Mia...Has a younger brother, Ben...Majoring in mathematics.

CAREER HIGHS
Goals 7* 2x, Last vs. Mount St. Mary's (3/17/15)
Assists 2 at Massachusetts (4/26/15)
Points 7 2x, Last vs. Mount St. Mary's (3/17/15)
Shots 11 2x, Last vs. George Mason (4/18/14)
Ground Balls 6 at Saint Joseph's (4/21/13)
Draw Controls 5 vs. Mount St. Mary's (3/12/14)
Caused Turnovers 3 2x, Last vs. Davidson (3/1/14)
*-GW Record

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