Height 5'6"
Year Junior
Hometown Silver Springs, Md.
High School St. John's High School College
Major Biomedical Engineering
School: SEAS
Birthdate July 27, 1997


2017: Played in all 16 games for the Lions... Assisted the game-winning goal in overtime in a 1-0 victory over Brown (9/30)... Tallied a goal and an assist in the Lions record-setting 11-0 win over Wagner (9/24)... Fired in the opening goal for the Lions in a 2-0 win over Stony Brook (9/8)...Scored a goal in a 4-2 victory over Seton Hall (8/27)

2016: Played in 16 of the Lions' 17 games... Scored a goal in a 2-0 win against Princeton (10/15).

2015: Made 12 starts in 14 games played during her first-year season... Scored her third goal of the season in the first half of a 2-1 win over Army (9/20)... Kicked in the winning score in the opening three minutes of play in a 1-0 win against Iona (9/13)... Scored the decisive goal with a header in a 1-0 victory over Manhattan in the Lions' home opener (9/11).

St. John’s High School: Alexander was a four-year soccer letterwinner and a two-time WCAC All-Conference selection in her career at St. John’s High School. The midfielder earned First Team All-WCAC honors in 2013 and followed with second team honors in 2014. As a senior captain, Alexander led the team to the DCSAA State Finals and capped her career as a DCSAA All-State Team honoree. She played for Bethesda Soccer Club, one of the nation's top clubs in the past 20 years, with fellow Columbia player, Stephi Shin.  The 2011 and 2014 Maryland State Futsal Champion also competed in the 2012 Puma Elite Showcase and the Maryland ODP from 2010-2012. Rachel attended the U. S. National Training Center in 2011and 2012 as apart of the U.S. U14 National Team ID camp with teammate Reilly Lucas.

Personal: Enrolled at the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. Majors in Biomedical Engineering.

2015 14 12 3 0


2016 16 3 1 0


2017 16 0 3 2


Totals 46  15  7 2


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Highlight: Rachel Alexander Strikes First
Highlight: Rachel Alexander Beats the Keeper
Highlights: First Years Lead Women's Soccer past Army