One of three members of the Women’s World Cup Team that was not a member of the qualifying team, she made a late run to make the final roster … Is one of two uncapped players on the roster heading into the Women’s World Cup … Her first training camp with any U.S. youth National Team was in May of 2012 in Carson, Calif.
Full name is Rebecca Lee-Ann Wann … Nickname are Becs and Big Girl … Majoring in psychology … National Honor Society member ... The 2010 Student of the Year ... Volunteered at Grange Hall Elementary when she was in high school … Also plays basketball for Richmond as a guard and appeared in 32 games, earning 14 starts as a sophomore ... Named the Atlantic 10 Most Improved Player of the Year and scored in double-figures 16 times averaging 9.0 ppg and 24.2 mpg ... Scored a career-high 18 points twice ... Named the Lehigh Christmas Classic Tournament MVP when she pulled down 12 rebounds against Duquesne … Was second on the team with four double-doubles … Led the team with 52 percent accuracy from the field and shot 41 percent from three-point range and 82 percent from the free throw line … Led Richmond rebounding in 13 games as a sophomore … As a freshman, she appeared in 20 games and averaged 13.0 minutes per game … In high school hoops, she was a four-year starter and an All State Virginia First Team selection in 2009-10… She was also the All Dominion District Player of the Year … Averaged 17.8 ppg, 10.8 rpg, 7.3 apg, 2.6 spg and was the two-time team MVP and captain her senior year … Enjoys soccer in the rain, long walks on the beach even though Richmond has no beaches, orange chicken and jazz dance … Favorite mammal is the beluga whale … Favorite foods are baby goldfish, Lucky Charms and calamari … Favorite TV shows are The Bachelorette, One Tree Hill and Prison Break.
As a sophomore, she scored 15 goals – seven of which were game-winners -- with six assists … Named the 2011 A-10 Player of the Year and an All-Conference First Team selection … Also a First-Team NSCAA All-American … Finished 13th in the nation in goals (15), 17th in points (36) and fourth in game-winning tallies (7) … Set a Richmond single-season record for game-winning goals (7) and is second-all-time in career game-winners (10) … As a freshman in 2010, she play in 15 games, starting 14 ... Was the first-ever Spider to be named Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year and was name First-Team All-Conference … Led the Spiders in shots (70), points (21), and goals (10 ) and tied for second in the A-10 with four game-winning goals ... Her 70 shots ranked fifth on Richmond's all-time single season list … Scored game-winning goals against Longwood, UNCW, Saint Joe's, and St. Bonaventure … A four-year starter at Cosby HS … The 2010 Dominion District Player of the Year ... A three-time team MVP (2007-2009) ... A two-time All Virginia Central Region First Team and a two-time All Richmond Metro First Team ... In 2009 she was an All Virginia State Second Team selection ... Club: Only played club soccer until the summer before 8th grade when she played for the Richmond Kickers boys’ U-13s.