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Rachel Hill
Rachel  Hill


Rollinsford, N.H.

High School:




Four Seniors Earn All-New England Honors

Armstrong, Patterson, Hill and Ribeiro recognized for athletic achievement.


Senior Duo Earns All-American Honors for Second-Straight Year

NSCAA announces All-America teams Friday.


Hill, Ribeiro Named 2016 MAC Hermann Semifinalists

Two Huskies in consideration for the most coveted individual honor in NCAA Division I soccer.


Women's Soccer Knocked Out by Auburn in NCAA Second Round

The Huskies conclude season 19-3-1 after suffering 4-1 loss to the Tigers


UConn Hosts Albany for NCAA First Round Saturday

Huskies will make 31st NCAA appearance Saturday at home.


UConn vs Albany

UConn vs Albany NCAA 1st Round (photo by Stephen Slade)


UConn vs SMU (photo by Stephen Slade)

UConn vs SMU (photo by Stephen Slade)


UConn vs CCSU

UConn vs CCSU (photo by Stephen Slade)


UConn vs BU

UConn vs BU (photo by Stephen Slade)


UConn vs Sienna

UConn vs Sienna NCAA 1st Round (photo by Stephen Slade)

2016: Selected 14th overall by the Portland Thorns in the 2017 NWSL Draft...Semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy for the second consecutive season...NSCAA All-America Second Team...American Athletic Conference Co-Midfielder of the Year...First Team All-Conference...Most Outstanding Offensive Player in The American Championship, scoring two game-winning goals en route to tournament title...First Team All-New England...Started all 23 matches...Tied career-high for third-straight season with 16 goals scored, including six game-winners...Set career-highs in assists (6) and points (38)...Had a season-high five points against Memphis (Oct. 2) tallying two goals and an assist against the Tigers...During a five-game stretch (Sept 11-Oct. 2) scored seven goals and chipped in two assists...Finished the year with three multi-goal games and six games with three points or more...Completed UConn career second all-time in goals scored (61) and fourth in points (140)...Ends career in the top five in UConn NCAA Tournament history in both goals (4) and points (10). 

Semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy…NSCAA All-America First Team…American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season…American Championship All-Tournament team…started in all 23 matches…notched both goals in the 2-0 shutout against Notre Dame in the NCAA second round (Nov. 20)…had a three point game (1g, 1a) in the first round of the NCAA tournament vs. Siena (Nov. 15)…tallied one goal in the conference semifinals against Cincinnati (Nov. 5)…recorded two goals in conference quarterfinals against East Carolina (Nov. 3)…Scored her tenth goal of the season against ECU in the regular season (Oct. 8)…notched the game-winning goal against Temple (Oct. 2)…earned another four points with two goals at UCF (Sept. 27)…assisted Stephanie Ribeiro’s goal at Central Connecticut (Sept. 18)…tallied one goal in back-to-back games against Army (Sept. 11) and Harvard (Sept. 6)…assisted Stephanie Ribeiro’s game-winner against Syracuse (Sept. 3)…put up one goal in back-to-back games on the road at Navy (Aug. 30) and at Georgetown (Aug. 27)…opened the 2015 season with two goals against Colgate (Aug. 21), which earned her American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week for week one.

2014: American Athletic Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Year...won same laurel in preseason...Most Outstanding Offensive Player at The American Championship...American Championship All-Tournament Team...First Team All-Conference...NSCAA/Continental Tire All-Northeast Region First Team...led UConn and was among the national leaders with 16 goals and five game-winners...added three assists to total a team-high 35 points...scored in UConn's first three games and seven of the first eight matches...opened the season with a game-winning penalty kick vs. Hofstra (Aug. 22)...scored two goals in back-to-back games vs. Stony Brook (Sept. 7) and St. John's (Sept. 12)...also scored twice vs. No. 5 Florida State (Sept. 18)...scored the game-winning goal in The American Championship quarterfinals vs. Tulsa (Nov. 2) and again in the semifinals vs. No. 16 UCF (Nov. 7).

2014 Summer:
Called to the United States U-20 Women's National Team for the 2014 U-20 Women's World Cup...came on as a sub in a 1-0 win over Brazil in group play.

Started in all 20 contests... Led the UConn offense in goals (13), assists (5), points (31), and shots (85)... Registered a shot on goal percentage of .600 and tallied four game-winning goals... Tabbed as Rookie of the Week on Sept. 2 after scoring her first two collegiate and game-winning goals in victories over Boston College (Aug. 28) and Central Connecticut (Sept. 1)... Named Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 30 after her first career hat trick in a 4-1 win over Houston (Sept. 29)... Recorded two assists and three shots on goal in a 3-2 setback against Louisville (Oct. 20)... notched a goal in her first career tournament game, the conference quarterfinals, a 4-1 loss to USF (Nov. 3)... Tabbed as a First Team All-Conference and All-Rookie Team selection by the American Athletic Conference... Also named NEWISA First Team All-New England... Selected to the U.S. Under-20 Women's National Team, where she helped USA win the 2014 CONCACAF Championship in the Cayman Islands... Hill played in all five of USA's tournament games, starting four... She logged her first international goal on penalty kick and racked up five assists as the Americans won the tournament and qualified for the 2014 U-20 World Cup...named to the 2013-14 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team.

Before UConn: A 5-5 forward from Rollinsford, N.H.... Set the New Hampshire High School All-Time record with 151 goals... Selected as Team MVP in each of her four seasons... Selected to First Team All New England in 2011 and 2012... Member of the Super "Y" National Championship Team in 2009 and 2011... Received the Puma Elite Women's Showcase Golden Boot Award in 2011.

Personal: Rachel Morgan is the daughter of Mike and Cindy Hill ... Has two brothers, Zach and Jake ... Majoring in Sport Management.