Rebecca transferred to Georgia State in the fall of 2012, before coming back to Tech in the spring of 2013. She sat out last season, but returns this year for her senior campaign.
In 2012 (Junior at Georgia State): Rebecca transferred to Georgia State for her junior campaign, appearing in 14 matches, starting in 13 for the Panthers, which was the most among goalkeepers...made a team-high 59 saves, stopping 68.6 percent of the shots that came her way.
In 2011 (Sophomore): Rebecca started in all 19 matches, earning five wins in net for the Golden Eagles…made 104 saves on the season…collected two shutouts…saved 75.6 percent of the shots that came her way…earned OVC Goalkeeper of the Week honors...made a season high nine saves on four separate occasions…blanked Austin Peay with five saves in a 1-0 win over the Governors on Oct. 16.
In 2010 (Freshman): Rebecca started 12 matches as a freshman and played in 14… accumulated a total of 1,196 minutes, made 72 saves and posted two shutouts…saved 75.8 percent of shots that came her way, ranking her sixth overall among goalkeepers in the OVC… averaged 5.08 saves per game, putting her second in the conference…as the incumbent starter for the 2011 Golden Eagles, Becca will be more heavily-relied upon in her sophomore season…over the summer tried out for and made the U.S. Deaf Soccer Women’s team.
HIGH SCHOOL: Toler played four years in goal at Collierville High School under head coach Bill Gillespie, and was a member of the East Ridge Express club team as a keeper under Matt Yelton. She also played in the Tennessee State ODP from 2004-2008, and was honored as a Memphis Best of Preps.
PERSONAL: Full name is Rebecca Lauren Toler… born March 22, 1991… parents are Darry and Katherine Toler… twice named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll…majoring in exercise science, physical education and wellness with a concentration in coaching and sports management.