Soccer player garners state recognition

January 2, 2014 | News, UToday
By Brian DeBenedictis

Senior Rachel MacLeod has been named to the Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association’s All-Ohio First Team.



MacLeod becomes only the third player in program history to garner these accolades on two occasions (Natalia Gaitan in 2011-12, Molly Cornwell in 2007-08).

A two-time first-team all-conference honoree, MacLeod ranked second in the league in match-winning scores (4), tied for second in shots (72), third in goals (12) and fourth in total points (27) this past fall.

Her totals also sit third in school history in markers and shots, and fourth in total points in the single-season record book.

The Westerville, Ohio, native found the back of the net on nine occasions, including a collegiate-best three scores in a victory against nationally ranked Pepperdine.

MacLeod wrapped up her collegiate career second in UT annals in shots (221), tied for second in scores (33) and helpers (17), and third in total points (83).

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