Hannah Rather

Number7
ClassJr.
PositionF
Height5-7
HometownMadison, Wis.
Prev. SchoolJames Madison Memorial HS
Club TeamMiddleton Yahara

Statistics

Season GP Minutes Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att
2011 13 605 4 1 9 21 .190 11 .524 1 0-0
2012 17 950 4 3 11 26 .154 11 .423 1 0-0
TOTAL 30 1555 8 4 20 47 .170 22 .468 2 0-0

Notes:

2013: Begins her junior season sixth in UCCS career records for goals (8), seventh in points (20) and seventh in game-winning goals (2)

2012: Finished the season with 11 points off four goals and three assists to tie for sixth in UCCS records and second in sophomore season records ... averaged 0.69 points per game for the sixth-best season in UCCS history ... her four goals also rank sixth in UCCS record books and second in sophomore season records ... scored two goals against West Texas A&M to tie the single-game record ... tied for seventh in program records and third in sophomore records with three assists ... took seven shots against Western State on Sept. 12 to tie for fourth in single-game records ... scored the game-winning goal against Fort Lewis on Sept. 23, for the first win against the Skyhawks in program history ... it was the fifth-quicket goal in overtime in program history at the 6:25 mark ... First Team RMAC All-Academic ... UCCS Dean's List (semester GPA of 3.75-3.99) in fall 2012

2011: Finished with nine points off four goals and one assist, good for the UCCS freshman season record at the time ... set the UCCS freshman record with four goals ... started four games and appeared in 13 ... her first collegiate goal was an unassisted game-winner against Colorado Christian Sept. 30

Pre UCCS Notes:

Club Team: Played four seasons for Middleton Yahara Soccer Club ... team won Wisconsin State Cup in 2007 and 2009 James Madison Memorial HS: All-State student-athlete in her senior season and a two-time All-Big Eight Conference student-athlete in her last two seasons ... four-year letterwinner ... led team to back-to-back-to-back conference championships and a pair of state playoff appearances ... scored 25 goals and recorded 14 assists in her career ... team went 20-2-3 in 2010 and was a WIAA Division 1 Section semifinalist ... member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honors Society ... 2011 graduate

Personal Notes:

Mechanical engineering major with Spanish minor ... Parents are Cris and Jim Rather ... has three siblings, Mason, Emma, and Georgia ... enjoys wakeboarding, water skiing, snowboarding, soccer, and rock climbing.

Stories featuring Hannah Rather

February 3, 2014Student-Athletes Post 19th Straight Semester with 3.00 Department GPAUniversity of Colorado Colorado Springs student-athletes maintained a term grade point average above 3.00 for the 19th consecutive semester and 34 Mountain Lions earned a spot on the Dean's List or President's List for the Fall 2013 term.
November 5, 2013Mountain Lions Face Familiar Foe in RMAC Quarterfinal TomorrowCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.- It’s a rematch of familiar post-season foes as the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women’s soccer team (9-7-1, 6-7-1 RMAC) is set to take on No. 24 Fort Lewis College (14-4, 10-4 RMAC) in the first round of the RMAC Championship Playoffs.
October 15, 2013Levett and Arnadottir Garner RMAC All-Academic First Team HonorsHannah Levett and Agnes Arnadottir find success on and off the field as the pair of leading scorers for the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Women’s Soccer team were both named to the RMAC First Team All-Academic announced by the conference office earlier today.
October 10, 2013Mountain Lions Head to Durango to Take on No. 12 Fort LewisCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.- The University of Colorado Colorado Springs women’s soccer team (6-3, 3-3 RMAC) is headed West for a huge matchup against nationally ranked No. 12 Fort Lewis College (9-1, 5-1) on Friday.
September 25, 2013Arnadottir Adds Fifth Goal as #17 UCCS Wins 2-0 Against ChristianThe No. 17 University of Colorado Colorado Springs (6-0, 3-0 RMAC) women’s soccer team kept its perfect season alive in a 2-0 win against Colorado Christian (4-3, 1-2 RMAC) tonight at Mountain Lion Stadium.
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