2014 (Sophomore): has started all eight games ... has played two full-90 minute games at West Virginia (Sept. 7) and ECU (Sept. 12), also played two full-110 minute overtime contests versus Indiana State (Sept. 5) and NC State (Sept. 14) ... earned an assist against Indiana State (Sept. 5).
2013 (Freshman): earned second team All-Conference honors and landed on the SoCon All-Freshman team … started and played in 19 games for the Spartans … finished with two goals for four points on five shots … added an insurance goal at Western Carolina (Sept. 29), her first-ever collegiate tally … scored the game-winning goal at The Citadel (Oct. 6) … played more than half the season at centerback helping UNCG earned nine shutouts … was a difference maker in the back as opponents could only score three times in the final seven games of the season.
International: Played in three matches during the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in 2010 ... helped New Zealand qualify again for the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup and played in three matches in the midfield.
High School/Club: Four-year varsity letter winner for Mount Albert Grammar School ... helped her team win two-straight Auckland Provincial Championships (APC) .. came just short ofa two-time NZSS National Premier title after placing fourth in 2011 ... named MVP of the round of 16 at the NZSS Premier Tournament after scoring a hat trick against Palmerston North ... played club soccer for the ThreeKings United and was a teammate of fellow UNCG Spartan Georgia Brown … In two years under club coach Andy Clay, the team won the ASB National women’s knockout cup for thefourth time.
Personal: Rebecca Laura Burrows … born August 29, 1994 in England… daughter of Mark and Alison Burrows ... has one sibling, Jonathan Burrows ... undecided on a major.