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2015: Made an appearance in all 18 games this season … Recorded 26 points on 24 goals and two assists … Ranked fourth on the team in points, goals and draw controls … Scored a career-high five goals to go along with her one assists to total six points in the win over Furman (4/11) … Also added 22 draw controls, 12 ground balls and five caused turnovers … Helped ODU outscore its opponents 270-171.
2014: Started in 10 games and played in all 16 this year ... Scored 29 goals and 32 points on 71 shots ... Scooped up 14 ground balls and won eight draw controls ... Caused six turnovers ... Scored five goals against Virginia Tech, four goals against Saint Joseph's, three goals against Denver and three goals against Davidson ... Scored twice against Johns Hopkins.
2013: Named to the All-CAA Second Team ... Started in all 17 games and led the squad with 32 draw controls ... Third on the team with 26 goals scored ... Recorded a career-high five goals in the win over American (3/9) and in the loss against No. 9 Virginia (3/27) ... Also added four assists on the year for a total of 30 points ... Picked up 25 ground balls and caused eight turnovers.
2012: Played in 12 games at midfield and made first career start vs. Delaware (4/6) ... scored three goals on the season and scooped up three groundballs while recording a caused turnover and earning a draw control ... Scored first collegiate goal vs. No. 2 North Carolina (3/18) on a free position attempt ... Also scored goals in win at Longwood (3/21) and at George Mason (4/13).
Prior to Old Dominion: Played midfield for head coach Sean Donnellan ... Earned All-Conference, All-County and Academic All-Academic honors ... Was a two-year All-Conference defender on the soccer team ... Earned All-Conference and All-League accolades in basketball ... Member of the Art Society and High Honor Roll.
Personal: Full name is Christina Lyn Rea ... Born December 18, 1992 ... Daughter of James and Dona Rea ... Two brothers, Brandon and Timothy ... Majoring in art with a minor in film.