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She was also named to the All-West Coast Conference First Team and the All-West Coast Conference Freshman Team.
Rapinoe played and started all 25 games as an attacking midfielder, scoring 15 goals and adding 13 assists for 43 points – ranking fifth for freshman point totals in the school's history."I know this sounds weird, but getting hurt was one of the best things that ever happened to me. Before, everything was going how it was supposed to be and I wasn't really appreciative of what I was doing and what it took to be there. The rehab process makes you stronger on all fronts, mentally and physically. I would never wish it on anyone, but I don't wish I could take it back." As a sophomore in 2006, Rapinoe was among the nation's leading scorers with ten goals and two assists in eleven matches.
Rapinoe is an advocate for numerous LGBT organizations, including the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and Athlete Ally.
In 2013, she was awarded the Board of Directors Award by the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center.
Rapinoe grew up in Redding, California, with her parents, Jim and Denise, and five siblings, including her fraternal twin, Rachael.
I want to be my best for my country, but I also made a really big promise and choice to be the best in my marriage. It was handled in such a low-key fashion that it got very little attention, something Wambach says was by design.
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She was named NSCAA First Team All-American and was on the Soccer America First Team Freshman All-America.
Rapinoe made the NCAA Women's Soccer Championship All Tournament Team and was the West Coast Conference Freshman of the Year.