Player Details


Rachel Hill


5' 5"

Date of Birth

4.17.1995 (28)


2023 MLS Regular Season
2023 MLS Regular Season
Career Summary


2019: Joined Perth Glory for the 2018-19 offseason … Played in 14 matches for Perth … Scored six goals … Led Perth to a runner-up finish in the W-League … 2018: Appeared in 21 matches for the Pride … Started seven games … Scored four goals … Played her first season in Australia, joining Perth Glory for the 2017-18 offseason … Played in 12 matches for Perth … Scored seven goals after playing in every minute of the season … Named a Best XI substitute by Professional Footballers Australia … 2017: Appeared in 14 matches for Orlando, eight of them starts … Scored three goals in 713 minutes … Scored the game winning goal on June 28, against Sky Blue … Tallied second game winning goal on Sept. 2, against Boston … Added one assist … Selected No. 14 overall in the 2017 NWSL College Draft by Portland Thorns FC … Acquired by Orlando via trade on Jan. 18 … Loaned to Perth Glory on Oct. 24



2016: Called up to the U-23 national team for the Women’s Nordic Tournament … 2014: Received her first international call up for the U-20 national team … On the roster for the United States in the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup … Appeared in a match as a substitute against Brazil … Member of the 2014 U-20 CONCACAF Championship team … Appeared in five matches … Tallied five assists … Scored a goal against Guatemala … Played a vital role in helping the United States qualify for the CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championships in the Cayman Islands



Hill graduated from the University of Connecticut … 2016: Semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy for the second consecutive season ... NSCAA All-America Second Team ... American Athletic Conference Co-Midfielder of the Year ... First Team All-Conference ... Most Outstanding Offensive Player in the American Championship … Tied career-high for third-straight season with 16 goals scored, including six game-winners … 2015: Semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy … NSCAA All-America First Team … American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season … American Championship All-Tournament team … Started in all 23 matches for the Huskies … 2014: American Athletic Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Year … American Championship All-Tournament Team ... First Team All-Conference ... NSCAA/Continental Tire All-Northeast Region First Team … Tallied 16 goals, five of them game winners … 2013: Played in all 20 matches for the Huskies, all of them starts … Led the team goals (13) and assists (5) … Record four game winning goals … Averaged an on-goal shot percentage of .600 … Named to First-Team All-Conference … Selected as a member of the American Athletic Conference All-Rookie team