(2006 - Junior): Led the Rebels with five goals, and scored four game-winners, which tied for second in the MWC ... biggest play of the year came in the MWC final, when she converted the Rebels' sixth attempt in a penalty kick shootout to top Utah 6-5 and give UNLV the championship trophy ... named All-MWC Second Team ... earned Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week honors after scoring back-to-back game-winners against New Mexico (Oct. 13) and TCU (Oct. 15) in a pair of one-goal victories ... also scored the game-winner in a 1-0 win over North Dakota State (Sept. 22).
(2005 - Sophomore): Appeared in all 23 games in her first year in Las Vegas, and made 12 starts ... finished with one goal, while tying for third on the team with three assists, for a total of five points.
(2004 - Freshman - Florida State): Played in 16 games (including all conference games) with one start for the Seminoles, who finished third in the ACC and received an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. High School: Was the second-leading scorer for Smoky Hill High ... led the Buffaloes to the state semifinals and the league championship three straight seasons ... McDonalds' High School All-American Nominee.
Club: Played for Colorado Rush Nike, helped them to the regional championship, and the national tournament and a No. 2 national ranking in 2005 ... team is also two-time state champions and a regional finalist in 2004.
Personal: Armani Riley Rice ... born on June 22, 1986, in Aurora, Colo. ... daughter of Bob and Emma Rice ... has one brother, Robert Rice Jr. (24) ... majoring in broadcast journalism with a minor in Spanish.
RICE'S CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots Goals Assists Points *2004 16-1 5 0 0 0 2005 23-12 15 1 3 5 2006 23-23 23 5 1 11 Totals 62-36 40 6 4 16 *-Stats while at Florida State