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  • 2016 Induction Class
Rachel Magerman '09


• Four-year letterwinner for the varsity field hockey team

• Three-year letterwinner for the varsity lacrosse team

• Served as field hockey captain for one year

• Led the field hockey team to Inter-Ac League titles in 2005 and 2006

• Named the GA-PC Day Field Hockey MVP in 2006

• Three-time Inter-Ac All-League selection for field hockey


• Selected as the Field Hockey Team MVP three times (2006-2008)

• Two-time High School All-America selection for field hockey (First Team in 2008; Second Team in 2009)

• Named 2007-2008 First Team All-Mideast Region

• Junior National Camp invitee in 2007 and 2008

• Participated in the U.S. Under-18 team's 2008 tour of Chile

• Futures Elite selection from 2007-2009

• Member of the Under-16 and Under-18 National Teams from 2006-2008

• Member of the 2008 indoor and outdoor club national champions

• Member of the 2008 Maccabi Pan American Games team

• Founded "Hockey for the House,” along with Abby Coombs '09, a field hockey tournament to benefit the Ronald McDonald House


• Graduated from the University of North Carolina with a Bachelor’s degree in Advertising

• Four-year varsity field hockey letterwinner (redshirted one season)

• Won an NCAA Championship in 2009

• Helped the Tar Heels advance to NCAA championship games in 2010, 2011, and 2012 where UNC lost twice to the University of Maryland and once to Princeton University

• Played a key role in UNC winning two ACC titles and finishing runner-up twice

• In total, she appeared in 65 games and started nine of them

• Scored four goals, including a key goal against Wake Forest in the 2012 ACC Tournament semifinal

• Participated in the Baddour Carolina Leadership Academy as part of the Veteran Leaders Program

• Named ACC Academic Honor Roll three times

• In the summer of 2013, captained the U.S. Maccabi Games field hockey team to a bronze medal, the country's best finish ever