"Rachel was born and raised in Regina, SK where she began playing club water polo at the age of 9. She played the Regina Piranhas from 2003 to 2012. During that time, she also competed with Team Sask for 6 seasons. She made her first Canadian National team at 15 and competed for Canada in international competitions for 4 years. She was captain of the Youth National team that placed first in Puerto Rico 2011 for Pan American Games, and placed fifth in Perth, Australia 2012 for Youth World Championships. She centralized in Montreal in 2012 with the Senior National team and competed in World Championship Qualifiers in Calgary 2013 where the team placed first to qualify. In January 2015, she began her four seasons competing for University of the Pacific Tigers in the NCAA. During her time at UOP, Pacific women’s water polo program reached their highest seed ranking in the NCAA championships at 5th place. During her time competing with Team Sask, she coached I Love Water Polo and Provincial Summer Clinics. Since January of 2019, she's coached the 16U & 19U women's teams for Team Sask."