Rachel  Albert
21  Rachel Albert

Bellingham, WA

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WWU faces Alaska Anchorage in GNAC Tournament title game

Vikings have won last two crowns, UAA previous two


WWU meets Seattle Pacific in GNAC Tournament semifinal

Vikings have won last two titles


WWU travels to Billings for GNAC Tournament

Vikings have won last two titles, open versus Central Washington


Three Vikings named GNAC Academic All-Stars

Rachel Albert, Aleisha Hathaway and Taylor Peacocke honored


WWU hosts SFU in regular-season finale on ROOT Sports

Vikings ready for GNAC Tournament, have won 12 of last 15 games


WWU vs. Alaska (2-25-17)

Photos from WWU vs. Alaska Fairbanks on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017.


WWU 71, Simon Fraser 65

In a battle of ranked teams, #17 WWU used a 4th quarter rally to defeat #25 Simon Fraser 71-65 at Whatcom Pavilion.


WWU vs. Saint Martin's

Photos from WWU's 67-53 win over Saint Martin's on Jan. 12, 2017 in Bellingham. Photos by Radley Muller & Jake Tull.


WWU vs. Seattle Pacific

Photos from WWU's 71-53 win over nationally-ranked Seattle Pacific on 1/14/17 in Bellingham.


2015-16 (Junior):
  • Started 9 games and played in all 29.
  • Averaged 18 min/game (total of 522).
  • Averaged 3.8 points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game.
  • Shot .576 from the field and .722 for free throws.
  • Named to GNAC All-Academic team (3.33, Kinesiology).
2014-15 (Sophomore):
  • Great Northwest Athletic Conference Academic All-Star.
  • Competed in 22 games, averaging 2.4 points and 1.7 rebounds.
  • Shot 59.5 percent (22-of-37) from field.
  • Matched career high with nine points vs. Western Oregon on 1/15/15.
2013-14 (Freshman):
  • Played in 24 games as a true freshman.
  • Averaged 1.8 points and 2.0 rebounds.
  • Shot 50.0 percent (18-of-36) from field and 80.0 percent (8-of-10) at free throw line.
  • Had season high of nine points on 4-of-5 floor accuracy vs. Texas Woman’s on 12/20/13 and career-high 10 rebounds vs. Northwest on 11/30/13.

HIGH SCHOOL: Standout three-sport athlete at Sehome High School … Finished basketball career with 1,116 points and over 1,000 rebounds … First-team Class 2A all-State selection for second straight year as senior, averaging 13.1 points … Named Most Valuable Player at Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association All-State contest … Also Bellingham Herald All-Whatcom County Player of the Year and Northwest Conference MVP … Team co-captain … Scored career-high 29 points vs. Lynden in district elimination game … Also Seattle Times WIAA Player of the Week … First-team all-conference and all-county selection as junior, averaging 11.2 points and 10.0 rebounds on team that reached state tournament … Team MVP … First-team all-league as sophomore and team co-MVP as freshman and sophomore … First-team all-state, all-conference and all-county pick as senior in soccer … NWC Defensive Player of the Year … Posted 14 shutouts as goalkeeper on 22-1 team that placed second in state tournament … Honorable mention all-state and first-team all-league and all-county as junior, allowing just nine goals in helping Mariners to state quarterfinals … First-team all-state, all-county and all-league as sophomore on team that won state championship … First-team all-league and all-county choice for second straight year as shortstop in fastpitch as senior, hitting .453 … Batted .565 and had eight home runs as junior on team that reached state tournament … Second-team all-conference as sophomore and team defensive award winner as freshman, sophomore and junior, and team MVP as senior … Lettered four years in all three sports.

PERSONAL: Major is kinesiology … Her brother, John, is baseball pitcher at Hawaii Pacific University.