Cynthia Rail
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Rohnert Park, Calif.

High School:
Rancho Cotate HS '99

Height:
5-7

Position:
F

Major:
Clinical Nutrition

2001: FIRST TEAM ALL-WEST REGION... FIRST TEAM ALL-CCAA SELECTION... Started all 19 games... Led team with 10 goals, 10 assists and 30 points... Broke school record for goals, assists and points during season... Now holds school and single-season records for all three categories... Third in CCAA in scoring (1.58)... Scored at least one point in 13 games... Scored goal in four of first six games to start season... Scored two goals in 4-1 win at Cal State L.A. (10/14)... Took 77 shots on season.

2000: FIRST TEAM ALL-WEST REGION... FIRST TEAM ALL-CCAA SELECTION... Started all 17 games... Led team with 14 goals, and had four assists for 32 points, setting school single-season record... Finished second season 4th on career points list... Third in CCAA in scoring (1.88)... Tied school record with four goals in 4-0 victory over Chico St. (9/6)... Four multiple-goal games on season... Had goal and two assists in upset of Pomona (10/6)... Led team with four game-winning goals... Took 86 shots on season.

1999: Enjoyed fine true freshman season... Made 17 starts... Scored 10 goals and had four assists for 24 points... Ranked 7th in CCAA in scoring average... 10 goals ranks 3rd on school?s single-season goals list... Scored twice in three different games, including 2-1-5 effort vs. S.F. State (9/18)... Scored in 73rd minute of dramatic 1-0 win vs. Pomona (10/3)... 2nd on team with 72 shots.

RANCHO COTATE HS ?99: Four-year captain in soccer, twice earning first team All-North Bay League honors... School?s Female Athlete of the Year in 1998 and 1999... Also a sprinter for track team, running 100, 400 and both relays... Graduated 4th in her class, named NCS Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

PERSONAL: Born April 6, 1981 in Greenbrae, Calif.... Clinical nutrition major... Played on State ODP team for Brandi Chastain for two years... Led Lamorinda United club to State Cup title... Lists Jackie Joyner-Kersee as her sports hero.