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Sabrina

Rhodes

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#25

Forward
Height: 5'10"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Middletown, Del.
High School: C. Milton Wright (Delaware)

Bio

As a junior (2017): Has seen action in 12 games and started in four this season...scored Terps' game-winning goal in the 66th minute vs. Saint Joseph's (Aug. 27)...assisted on Terps' first goal vs. #14 Northwestern (Sept. 24)...assisted on Maryland's final goal in 401 win over Liberty (Oct. 8).

Before Maryland: Played first two seasons at Delaware, where she helped the Blue Hens to the 2016 NCAA title and the 2015 and 2016 CAA titles...tallied four goals and three assists in her time at Delaware......led her high school team, C. Milton Wright (Md.), to an overall mark of 18-1 and helped the school capture its first-ever state championship in 2013...was a two-time All-County First Team selection and All-State Honorable Mention, All-Metro First Team and NFHCA All-Region honoree...led the team in points during sophomore and junior seasons... missed her senior season in 2014 with a knee injury...led her club team to four NIT championships while taking first at the Disney Junior Showcase National Championship and Regional Club Championship... also ran track at C. Milton Wright and was a two-time team Most Valuable Distance Runner and UCBAC 1600m Champion in 2013.

Personal: Sabrina Elaine Rhodes...parents are James and Janice Rhodes...has a twin sister, Sydney, who plays field hockey at Dealware... comes from an athletic family as mother played field hockey, basketball and softball while father played basketball and tennis...cousin is three-time MLB All-Star, World Series champion, NLCS MVP and Silver Slugger Javier Lopez...also a cousin to Puerto Rico National Volleyball Team member Elaine Lopez...lists the Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Ravens as her favorite sports teams.

RHODES' CAREER HIGHS
Goals: 1, 5X (last vs. Saint Joseph's, Aug. 27, 2017)
Assists:  1, 5X (last vs. Liberty, Oct. 8, 2017)
Points:  3, at Temple (Sept, 9, 2016)

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