|Hometown:||Boca Raton, FL|
|High School:||American Heritage|
|Parents:||Wilson & Betty Rodriguez|
Rodriguez made an immediate impact on the squad after her transfer to Emory, before her season was cut short after 11 games due to injury. She started the last 10 games she appeared in, finishing the year with four goals and three assists for 11 points. Rodriguez scored in her Emory debut, giving the Eagles a 1-0 lead against top-ranked Messiah College, one of just six goals scored against the Falcons all season. She registered a career-best five points during Emory's 9-0 win over the University of the South on September 15th, assisting on the game-winning goal and scoring two of her own. Rodriguez also assisted on a goal against Johns Hopkins University on September 7th, and scored a goal against University Athletic Association (UAA) rival Chicago on September 29th. She launched 35 shots during the season, 15 of which were on goal.
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Prior to Emory:
Played her freshman year for NCAA Division I UNC
Greensboro, appearing in all 19 games and making seven starts,
scoring two goals and assisting on another for five points…
Played for both the Columbian U-17 and U-20 National teams…
In high school, was a three-time all-county honorable mention for
the America Heritage School, helping her team to back-to-back state
titles her junior and senior years… Was coached in high
school by Steve Burgess... Also played 12 years for Team Boca,
leading her club team to a pair of state championships… Was
coached on her club team by Brian Dooley... Played on the Florida
Youth Soccer State Team in 2007 and 2008.
Born January 24, 1993... Was also a four-year Dean's Honor Roll selection, a two-year National Honor Society member, and a Spanish Honor Society member in high school.