Shea On Mervine: "Racheal has taken her game to a different level of sophistication right now ... her versatility enables us to play her at any position ... she is a great play-maker with excellent stick-work and one-on-one abilities ... her biggest strength is the ability to take the ball and eliminate defenders."
As A Junior In 2006: Played in 19 games, starting in 16 ... Finished with five goals and six assists for 16 points ... Took 16 shots, 11 of which were on goal ... Tied for the team lead in assists (Orlando) ... Finished third on the team in both goals and points ... Had one assist against La Salle (10/22) ... Scored one goal against West Chester (10/20) ... Knocked in a goal against Richmond (10/15) ... Scored two goals and assisted one agaist Vermont (10/11) ... Scored one gaol against Saint Joseph's (10/8) ... She has taken four shots, three of which were on goal ... Dished out three assists against Siena (9/26) ... Had an assist against Dartmouth (9/20) ... Had one shot against Boston University (9/17).
As A Sophomore In 2005: Played in all 21 games ... Ninth on the team with six points on two goals and two assists ... Took 10 shots, five of which were on goal for a .500 shot on goal percentage ... Tallied a goal against Fairfield (8/27) and Dartmouth (10/19) ... Handed out an assist vs. Sacred Heart (9/11) and West Chester (10/16).
As A Freshman In 2004: Played in all 22 games, making nine starts ... Scored a goal against Syracuse for her first career point ... Took 12 shots on the year, four of which were on goal.
Before UMass: Three-year letterwinner for Melissa Phillips and Vi Goodnow at Frontier Regional (Mass.) High School ... Team was 47-7-10 in her three seasons ... Had 15 goals and nine assists as a senior co-captain ... Tallied 32 goals and 24 assists in her career ... 2002 and 2003 Republican All-Scholastic first-team member ... Two-time first-team All-League selection ... Two-time White Mountain Sports All-Star at Deerfield Academy ... Member of the Futures 2002 team ... Won a Bronze medal at the 2003 Baystate West Games ... Attended College Connection in 2002 and the National Field Hockey Festival in 2003 ... White Mountain Sports Shoot N' Save 4 vs. 4 champion ... Recipient of teams' Spirit and Desire Award in 2002 and 2003 ... Also ran varsity track for four seasons ... Team was Western Massachusetts champions for three seasons ... Member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Racheal Lynne Mervine ... Born April, 26, 1986 ... Daughter of Paul Mervine and April Anderson... Sister of Zak, Zoe and Becca ... A Kinesiology major.
Racheal Mervine's Career Statistics