Colonials Improve to 3-0 at Home for Second Time in Program History
Junior Attacker Nets Six Goals and Dishes Out Six Assists for 12-Point Game
Bumgardner Leads With Seven Points in Colonials' Fourth-Straight Season-Opening Victory
Colonials In Search of Program-Record Third Straight A-10 Championship Bid
Colonials Spent 12 Days Playing and Touring Australia Ahead of 2014 Season
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...ntends to study pre-med at GW.