1998: Scored the go-ahead goal against Eastern Illinois midway through the first half to help the Boilers claim their first victory of the season?netted second goal of the year against Wisconsin-Green Bay in a 2-1 loss?claimed first assist of the season on a pass to Chrissy Creamer, who scored the tying goal against Houston with under seven minutes to play in the game.
High School: Played all four years on the soccer team?led team to conference titles three straight seasons and district championships all four years?named first team all-conference as a junior and senior?selected second team all-district as a senior?won the annual Coaches' Award after the '97 season?chosen as the team's Most Improved Player in '95?competed on the basketball team as a freshman.
Olympic Development Program: Played two years on the Ohio South state team.
Personal: Given name is Rebecca Louise Broering?born March 15, 1980?majoring in sports psychology?daughter of Jerome and Sandi Broering?has two older sisters, Monica and Stephanie, and one older brother, Justin.
- Best Movie that I've seen in the last year: American Pie
- Three words that describe me as a person: relaxed, mischievous, defiant
- The best seat I've ever had at a sporting event: just being at the Purdue women's basketball game when they defeated Tennessee
- My favorite memory as a soccer player is: scoring the winning goal against Worthington Kilbourne to win OCC my senior year
- One person that I would like to hear give a motivational speech would be: Tara McCarthy, she's very good at motivating people
1998 Season Statistics
Games Played Goals Assists Shots Points 15 (12 starts) 2 1 5 5
9/26 vs. E. Illinois, 14:28, scramble in front of goal 9/27 vs. Wis.-G.B., 41:07, six feet in front of goal Assist came vs. Houston on 10/30 at 83:30 to Creamer