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Rachel Ballatori
Rachel  Ballatori


Rochester, NY

High School:




Johns Hopkins to Host Fifth Annual Stick it to Sarcoma Event

Blue Jays to Host Lehigh, Louisville, Rutgers, Team STX and Towson


Johns Hopkins to Host Fourth Annual "Stick it to Sarcoma" Event

Hopkins to Play Louisville, Rutgers and Team STX


Blue Jays to Host Third Annual

Hopkins to Play Louisville, Team STX, Rutgers


Hopkins to Host Second Annual "Stick it to Sarcoma" Event

Blue Jays to Host UMBC, George Mason and Mount St. Mary's


Women's Lacrosse Season Review Notebook

Blue Jays Advance to ALC Semifinals

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.