Dakotah Mohr
Dakotah  Mohr


Davis, Calif.

High School:
Davis HS '07





No. 13 Aggies finish Big West play at UC Irvine

UC Davis hosts the conference championship from Apr. 28-30


No. 9 Aggies head south to face UCSB, CSUN

UC Davis looks for first conference win


No. 8 UC Davis hosts Cal, Santa Clara Saturday

Aggies also travel to Cal State Monterey Bay on Sunday


UC Davis enters tough UCI Invite as fifth seed

Aggies remain at No. 5 in Wednesday's national poll following 2-1 weekend in Shootout


High-ranking Aggies now homeward bound

UC Davis hosts 36th Davis Shootout on Saturday and Sunday

2011: ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Led Aggies with 78 drawn exclusions, breaking Christi Raycraft's school career record... Finished season with 254 total, 35 more than the previous benchmark... Shot 37-for-79 (.468) with career-high 15 assists... Also had 20 steals and 8 blocks on defense... Performed five hat tricks, including 4-goal games vs. Cal State Monterey Bay (1/29), Santa Clara (1/30) and Pacific (4/29)... Sat out first weekend due to illness then scored 3 goals with 3 drawn exclusions vs. San Jose State (1/29)... Drew 12 kickouts in 4 games during UCI Invitational (2/26-2/27).... Coaxed 4 exclusions in 10 different games, including season-high 5 vs. Long Beach State (3/26)... Captured All-Academic honors from Big Wset Conference and ACWPC.

2010: Redshirted.

2009: ACWPC ALL-AMERICA HONORABLE MENTION... ALL-BIG WEST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM... Ranked 2nd on team with 42 goals, playing all 33 games for 590 minutes... Hit 15 of 33 (.455) on 6-on-5 chances... Shattered Christi Raycraft's school record for drawn exclusions with 133 (122 majors, 11 five-meter)... Raycraft's previous record of 92, set in 2008, fell in mid-March... Other key stats: 8 assists, 28 steals, 9 field blocks... Had five hat tricks, including three four-goal games... Earned first of two Big West Player of the Week awards on 2/19 after scoring 13 goals with 13 drawn kickouts at Roadrunner Invitational... Claimed the second honor on 3/20 for posting 3 goals and school-record 11 drawn exclusions vs. Maryland... Drew five-meter foul in that game, enabling Lindsay Kiyama to hit game-winning penalty shot in sudden death... Earned All-Academic honors from both Big West Conference and ACWPC.

2008: WWPA ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM... Played in all 37 games... Shot 34-for-78 (.436) in just 320 minutes played... Hit 10 of 19 on 6-on-5 chances... Added 21 steals and ranked 2nd on team with 42 drawn exclusions... Posted 11 multi-goal games, including three in the first weekend: 2 vs. Sonoma State (1/26), 3 vs. Fresno Pacific (1/26), 2 vs. California (1/27)... Had at least one goal in first 10 games.

DAVIS HS '07: Earned first-team All-America honors in her last two years, plus third-team accolades as a sophomore and honorable mention as a freshman... Selected as co-MVP of Sac-Joaquin Section and Delta Valley Conference as a senior... Also named co-MVP of Sacramento Bee All-Metro team... Led team with 140 goals in 2006, following up 101-goal tally as a junior... Named CIF-SJS and Monticello Empire League MVP as a junior... Earned all-league and all-section all four years... Led Blue Devils to section title game each year, including championships in 2003 and 2004... Played for former Aggie player and assistant coach Doug Wright... Also swam two years for Pete Motekaitis... Selected as school's Female Student-Athlete of the Year in 2007... Made U.S. Youth National Team in 2006 and 2007, the first Aggie to compete on that team since Tiffany Hodgens in 1998... Was WYNT's second-leading scorer in 2006... Played for Davis WPC from 1998-2007, helping team place fourth at Jr. Olympics in 2005... Earned All-America honors at J.O.'s in 2005 (first team) and 2004 (honorable mention).

PERSONAL: Born in Davis, Calif.... Majoring in communication... Parents are Rick and Sally Mohr... Rick played football at UC Davis and in the Canadian Football League... Older sister, Brittany, played water polo at Cal... Younger brother, Tanner, plays prop for Cal's rugby team... Sports heroes are Davis HS coach Doug Wright and former teammate Laura Uribe, non-sports heroes are her grandfather and mother.