11 Michele Repass
11 Michele Repass
Height: 5-8
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Poolesville, Md.
High School: Poolesville
Position: F

  Started all 21 games ... notched nine goals including four game-winners and one hat trick and two assists ... selected first team all-South Region, first team all-CAC and CAC Athlete of the Week.

2005: Started all 18 games ... led team with 12 goals including three game winners...added three assists ... named womensfieldhockey.com DIII Player of the Week ... named second team All-CAC.

2004: Started all 19 games ... recorded seven goals and seven assists ... named CAC Rookie of the Year (first in program history), second team All-CAC and team Rookie of the Year ... was featured on Comcast SportsNet's NCAA On Campus program.

High School: Named first team Washington Post All-Metro in 2002 and 2003 ... selected as Montgomery Gazette, Montgomery Journal and Frederick News-Post Player of the Year in 2003 ... a first team all-state selection ... Poolesville's Most Valuable Player and Female Athlete of the Year in 2003... team named 2002 Maryland 1A state co-champions ... remains Poolesville leader in goals and assists ... played with club team Capital Pegasus ... four-year varsity basketball starter ... selected as basketball captain, MVP and holds record in career assists and steals ... worked on yearbook ... volunteered at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Personal:

Daughter of Matt and Sharon Repass ... has one sister, Megan, 23... mother is first woman in CUA's Athletics Hall of Fame for basketball; ... also in Hall of Fame are great-grandfather Fred Rice, the first CUA men's basketball coach; grandfather Wilfred Howell, a football, track and boxing standout in the 1930s; and great uncle Fred Rice Jr., a standout on the basketball team in the 1940s ... volunteered at the D.C. Special Olympics ... enjoys playing sports, working out, shopping, going to the beach, riding jet skis and spending time with my friends and family ... a psychology major.