Called into U.S. National Team camps in January of 1998 and September of
1995 ... A member of the 1996 Under-20 national Team that competed at the
Nordic Cup in Sweden ... A member of the 1997 Under-20 National Team that
won the Nordic Cup in Denmark. |
College/High School: Helped lead north Carolina to the 1997 NCAA Championship, scoring six goals with nine assists while starting all 28 games ... Had a solid freshman season fo North Carolina, playing in all 26 games while starting 17 ... She scord one goal and had six assists to help the Tar heels to the NCAA title ... Named First-Team All-State for four consecutive years at Wheat Ridge high School ... An NSCAA and Parade All-American for soccer ... Was the first runner in Colorado prep history to win four individual state championships in cross country, earning all-state honors four times as a runner as well ... A four-year letter-winner in basketball, she was all-league three times and all-state honorable mention twice ... Named MVP of track, basketball, cross country and soccer at WRHS ... Named 1995 Female Prep Athlete of the Year by the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame ... A member of the Colorado Sportswomen Hall of Fame ... Won the Fred Steinmark High School Athlete of the Year Award in 1996, the most prestigious award for high school athletes in Colorado.
Club: Her Lakewood Fury club team won four consecutive Colorado state titles ... Helped her Fury team to the U-19 national champoinship game as a 15-year-old and scord in the final.
Personal: Full name is Rebekah Kay McDowell ... A National Honor Society member in high school ... Was a First-Team Academic All-State selections ... Has three sisters and one brother, who captained the soccer team at Holy Corss ... Younger sister Elizabeth is being recruited for soccer by numerous top-10 schools.
First Appearance: none
First Goal: none