Head coach Acacia Walker looking to bring Eagles back to NCAA Tournament for second year in a row
AS A JUNIOR (2014)
Appeared in 10 games on the year...picked up four ground balls and caused two turnovers.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2013) Missed the season with an injury; took a medical redshirt.
AS A FRESHMAN (2012) Saw action in 12 games, starting eight ... set career highs with two draw controls, two ground balls, and two caused turnovers against California (4/14) ... earned her first-career start at Virginia (3/31) ... tallied first draw control at Harvard (3/21) ... registered first career start with a ground ball at Albany (3/14) ... made collegiate debut at Syracuse (2/21).
BEFORE BC Posted 172 goals and 66 assists in her four-year career at Framingham High School ... selected as a two-time All-American ... garnered Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic accolades ... chosen as a Metrowest Daily News Women's Lacrosse Super Team member in 2011 ... named to the 2011 Bay State Conference First Team ... recognized on the Inside Lacrosse Magazine's College Rising Freshman Watchlist ... led Framingham High to the 2010 Massachusetts State Championship ... also played soccer in high school.
PERSONAL Rachel Igoe ... daughter of Donald and Amelia Igoe ... has one younger brother, Joseph, and one older sister, Kristin, who also played on the BC lacrosse team ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.
CAREER HIGHS Points: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Ground balls: 2, vs. California (4/14/12) Draw controls: 2, vs. California (4/14/12) Caused turnovers: 2, vs. California (4/14/12)