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8 Kylie Rice
|High School:||Holy Cross High School|
AS A SOPHOMORE...
- Put together a breakout sophomore campaign, playing in and starting all 14 matches for the Saints while leading the team in scoring with 30 goals.
- Rice finished the year with 39 points to rank second on the Saints and 24th overall in the GNAC.
- Posted a career-high nine points on six goals and three assists in Emmanuel's 17-6 victory over Albertus Magnus on April 3.
- Closed out the season with back-to-back five goal games against UMass Dartmouth and Simmons.
- Finished the season with a team-high 63 draw controls to rank ninth in the GNAC.
- Was named to the GNAC Weekly Honor Roll twice during the weeks of April 10 and April 30.
- Named to the GNAC Academic All-Conference squad.
- Selected as the 2018 EC Women's Lacrosse team MVP by the coaching staff.
AS A FRESHMAN...
- Appeared in 14 games, earning three starts for the Saints in her rookie campaign
- Rice made her collegiate debut on March 5, in a non-conference matchup against Muhlenberg
- On March 21, the attack scored her first collegiate goal against Regis College
- Rice recorded her first multi-point game, on a goal and two assists, in a GNAC victory over rival Rivier University; she had six multi-point games on the year.
- On April 29, Rice tallied her first career hat trick in a GNAC victory over COF rival Simmons College
- The attack recorded one or more points in each of the final 10 games of the 2017 season
- Rice was a four-year varsity starter at Holy Cross High School (Waterbury, Conn.)
- Was an All-Copper selection as a sophomore
- Was All-State and City Player of the Year and All-Conference as a junior and senior
- Was MVP as a senior and was a two-time MVP in lacrosse
- Major: Elementary Education
- Career Aspirations: Elementary Teacher
- Favorite Movie: Step Brothers
- Favorite Book: The Cellar
- Favorite Pre-game Meal: Hummus
- Favorite Late Night Snack: Popcorn
- Favorite Spot on the EC Campus: The Quad
- Most Exciting Athletic Experience: Scoring the winning goal in overtime
- Most Respected Professional Athlete: David Ortiz