A second team All-ACC selection as a sophomore and first team honoree as a junior and senior ... participated with U.S. U-21 National Team in the spring and summer of 2006 ... ranked tied for fifth on Duke’s career charts for assists.
Senior (2006): Earned NSCAA/adidas Third Team All-America honors ... named to Soccer Buzz Second Team All-Region and All-ACC first team ... also earned All-Tournament Team honors at both UAB Nike Classic and Duke Classic ... started in all 21 matches scoring four goals and assisting on three others for 11 points ... her 11 points ranked fourth on the team ... scored game winning goal against UAB ... notched one goal and one assist against 3-1 victory over 27th-ranked St. Louis ... scored in win over third-ranked Florida State ... netted a goal against 13th-ranked Yale.
Summer of 2006: Led the Long Island Fury to the WPSL Championship by scoring the game-winning goal in the title match ... played in the Nordic Cup with the U-21 National Team.
Junior (2005): Earned Soccer Buzz All-America honorable mention honors and Soccer Buzz All-Southeast Region first team honors ... selected to NSCAA All-Southeast Region second team and All-ACC first team ... named Soccer America Team of the Week (Oct. 12), Soccer Buzz Team of the Week (Oct. 12) and ACC Player of the Week (Oct. 10) ... selected to Duke/adidas Classic All-Tournament Team ... played in all 21 matches for the Blue Devils, starting 20 ... tallied four goals and four assists ... netted two game-winning goals versus San Diego and top-ranked North Carolina ... notched two goals in a 2-1 win against No. 1-ranked UNC.
Summer of 2005: Played eight games for the New Jersey Wildcats of the W-League ... led the Wildcats to the championship and posted a 13-1 regular season record.
Sophomore (2004): Garnered Soccer Buzz second team and NSCAA third team All-Southeast Region honors ... selected second team All-ACC ... received All-America honors from the Jewish Sports Review ... member of Duke/adidas Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team ... started all 23 games for Duke ... led the team with 11 assists on the year ... the 11 assists ranks tied for second-most in Duke single-season history ... had a Duke single-game record four assists versus Virginia Tech ... recorded a goal and an assist in a 3-0 victory over N.C. State ... delivered two assists in a 3-0 win against Georgia ... posted a goal and an assist versus Furman ... scored a goal in a 2-0 win at 19th-ranked Wake Forest ... contributed a goal at Miami.
Freshman (2003): Played in 21 matches on the year, earning a starting spot for the final 11 ... had three goals and two assists ... scored one goal and assisted on another against Davidson ... netted her first career goal in a 4-0 win over Richmond ... scored the first goal of the game in a 5-0 win over Gardner-Webb ... assisted the game-winning goal against Virginia in the ACC Tournament.
Prep: Member of the HBC Fury club team that won the state championship five times ... in summer of 2003, played on the U-19 adidas Cup All-America squad ... played on the New York ODP state team from 1998-03 where she was a five-time member of the Region I ODP team ... U-19, U-17, U-16 Region I three-time champion and three-time bronze medalists at nationals ... attended the 2002 ESP National Camp and played on the 2003 Region I U-19 team that traveled to Europe ... played high school soccer freshman year only at Mamaroneck H.S. in order to play year round soccer with the HBC Fury club team ... led Fury to U-16 and U-17 Region I Championships ... All-League and All-Section honors in Spring of 2000 as a high school freshman ... member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Born Rebecca Ann Moros on May 6, 1985 in Manhattan, N.Y. ... daughter of Dr. Daniel Moros and Dr. Ann Schongalla ... majoring in psychology.