2014 (Sophomore): named to the SoCon All-Conference second team ... started all 20 games ... has played seven full-90 minute games at West Virginia (Sept. 7), ECU (Sept. 12), High Point (Sept. 19), James Madison (Sept. 21), Samford (Oct. 12), Furman (Oct. 24) and Wofford (Oct. 26) ... also played three full-110 minute overtime contests versus Indiana State (Sept. 5), NC State (Sept. 14) and at Mercer (Sept. 26) ... earned an assist against Indiana State (Sept. 5) and helped setup the game-winning goal against JMU ... scored a goal against High Point and tallied the game-winning strike at VMI (Oct. 5) ... helped UNCG earn shutouts against Chattanooga (Oct. 10) and at Western Carolina (Oct. 17) ... played all 91 minutes in the SoCon quarterfinal game at ETSU (Nov. 2) ... finished with two goals and two assists on a career high 16 shots ... played a career high 1,670 minutes.
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.