Women's Soccer



    20 Rebecca Dreher  
    Rebecca Dreher

    Class:
    RS Senior

    Hometown:
    Westlake, Ohio

    High School:
    Holy Name

    Height:
    5-6

    Position:
    Midfielder


    10/30/2014

    Dreher Earns 2nd Team Academic All-District

    She becomes the second player in IUWS history to earn the award twice

    10/30/2014

    Hoosiers Host Michigan State On Senior Day

    The six seniors on the women's soccer team will be recognized prior to the game

    10/25/2014

    Hoosiers Win Third Straight Over Purdue

    Veronica Ellis' game-winning goal in the 49th minute was the difference; Sarah Stone made nine saves

    10/17/2014

    Indiana Drops 1-0 Decision at Iowa

    Sarah Stone made three saves in goal for the Hoosiers

    08/07/2014

    IUWS Opens 2014 Preseason Practice

    Head Coach Amy Berbary is entering her second season with the Hoosiers

    09/24/2014

    A look at the strategies involved on team photo day

    A look at the different strategies employed by the players on team photo day

    08/21/2014

    A preview of the first weekend of the 2014 season

    Adam Cohen previews the first weekend of play for Indiana Women's Soccer

    04/30/2014

    Reckless Recap - Spring Recap 2014

    Head Coach Amy Berbary and some of the upperclassmen recap the 2014 Spring season and look ahead to the 2014 season in the Fall

    04/21/2014

    Highlights from the 2013 season

    Highlights from the 2013 season

    10/30/2013

    The eight seniors talk about their best memories from the last four years

    The eight seniors talk about their time at IU and some of their best memories.

    09/07/2014

    14, Women's Soccer vs. Dayton (Columbus, Ohio), 9/7/14

    Photos from the 2-1 win over Dayton

    2013 (Redshirt Junior)
    • Received Capital One Academic All-District V First Team honors
    • Big Ten Sportsmanship honoree

    Started all 23 games as a defender ... had five shots, with three of those coming on goal ... was instrumental in helping the Hoosiers post nine shutouts on the year to set a new single-season record ... held Purdue to just four second half shots as the Hoosiers rallied to post the 2-1 win over the Boilermakers for the first time in West Lafayette ... named Academic All-Big Ten.

    2012 (Redshirt Sophomore)
    Played in 18 games, making 10 starts ... posted two shots in the season opener against Arkansas State ... logged a goal in a victory over Ohio ... had one shot on goal in a 4-1 win over Missouri State ... scored the game-winning goal at Xavier ... named Academic All - Big Ten.

    2011 (Redshirt Freshman)
    Appeared in 13 games off the bench ... scored a pair of goals on the season ... first collegiate goal came in the season opener against Evansville ... scored her second goal of the season at Minnesota ... registered eight shots on the season.

    2010 (Freshman)
    Redshirt

    Prep/Personal
    Dreher led Holy Name to a Division II state championship in 2006 under head coach Brian Michelson ... was the team captain at Holy Name the past two seasons ... named a "Player to Watch" by the Cleveland Plain Dealer in 2009 ... went on to be named second team All-Northeast Ohio Conference ... as a junior, she was named to the All-Greater Cleveland first team ... she had marked success on the club soccer circuit, competing with Cleveland Alliance Soccer Association (CASA) and Ohio Premier Soccer clubs ... with CASA, the team was the Midwest Regional League champion in 2009 ... the team also won the State Cup in 2007 ... in 2006, she led OPSC to the State Cup crown ... a member of the ODP State Team (Ohio North) since 2004, Dreher was selected to the invitation-only Region II camp in 2009 ... was later named to the Region II team that travelled to Jackson, Miss., for the U17/U19 Winter Interregional Event ... ranked second out of 180 students in her senior class ... the daughter of Joe and Ann Dreher ... has one brother, Dan, and two sisters, Caroline and Julia.

    Major: Biology
    Birthdate: Nov. 13, 1991

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