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2012: Played all 18 games and started 16, finishing with career highs in goals (21), assists (12) and points (33) • named to ALC Academic Honor Roll • dished an assist in season-opening win at George Mason • tied career-high with four points (3g, 1a) in win at Mount St. Mary's • notched a career-high six points with a career-high four goals in win over Denver • dished an assist in loss to Stony Brook • scored two goals and dished out an assist in win at #15 Georgetown • had two assists in win over Harvard • scored a career and game-high five goals on five shots, including two on free position, at #12 Vanderbilt • notched a hat trick in loss at #1 Northwestern • dished an assist at #10 Penn State • scored two goals and added two assists in win over #13 Ohio State • scored a goal and an assist in win over #11 Penn State in ALC Tournament • scored in loss to #1 Northwestern in ALC Semifinals.

2011: Started all 17 games • finished with then career highs in goals (19) and assists (7) • co-captain • had back-to-back three-point games (2g, 1a) in wins over George Mason and Mount St. Mary's • dished one assist in loss at Princeton • notched second career hat trick in win at Stony Brook • scored and dished one assist in win at Towson • scored in loss to #13 Georgetown • notched an assist at Harvard • dished a pair of assists in win over #4 Penn • scored in win over George Washington • scored on free position in win at Drexel • scored in consecutive games against #13 Vanderbilt and #6 Florida • scored a pair of goals and scooped up a pair of ground balls in win at UMBC • scored a pair of goals on just two shots, including the game-winner, in win over #2 Northwestern • scored in loss to #13 Penn State • scored on free position at #19 Ohio State.

2010: Played 16 games and started four • scored 13 goals and added three assists • tied then career high with two goals and caused one turnover in overtime loss to #9 Princeton • totaled four points, including first career hat trick, in win over Stony Brook • scored and added an assist in win over Harvard • scored a pair of goals in games versus George Washington, Oregon and Mount St. Mary's • scored and added one assist in loss at #10 Vanderbilt.

2009: Played 14 games • scored five goals and seven assists in rookie season • first among rookies in assists and third in points (12) • made collegiate debut in season-opening win over George Mason • notched first career assist in win over Cincinnati • tallied one assist and one draw control at Ohio State • scored in win over George Washington • scored a career-high two goals, including one on free position, at #11 Vanderbilt • notched one assist in shutout of Fresno State • tallied two points in loss to top-ranked Northwestern • notched a career-high three assists versus #15 Penn State • scored in ALC Tournament loss to #11 Vanderbilt.

Personal: Rachel M. Ballatori • born February 4, 1991 • daughter of Ned Ballatori and Jeanne DelSignore • mother played lacrosse at Holy Cross • sister, Sarah, played lacrosse at Yale • interned with oral surgeon in summer 2007 • scored 115 goals and 30 assists in three seasons • two-time US Lacrosse First Team All-American • three-time NYSPHSAA Scholar-Athlete • won gold (2005) and silver (2006) with Western New York team at the Empire State Games • National Society of High School Scholars • also played soccer • interned in the child/adolescent unit at Sheppard & Enoch Pratt Hospital • created fall tournament in honor of father and his battle with angiosarcoma • majoring in psychology with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.


Rachel Ballatori

Rachel  Ballatori


Rochester, NY

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