Shauna Rohbock Athlete Profile

#11 Shauna Rohbock

Shauna Rohbock
Position: Forward Height: 5-8 Roster Years: 1995-1998 Hometown: Orem, UT Last School: Mountain Vew High School

Personal

  • Majored in Recreational Management

Before BYU

  • Recruited for both soccer and track from Mountain View HS 
  • 5A All-State First Team four times (1991-1994)
  • All-Region First Team four times
  • State MVP twice 
  • Regional MVP twice
  • All-time state scoring record of 145 goals 
  • First-team USA Soccer Coaches Association (1994) 
  • In track: 5A All-Star four times 
  • State MVP twice
  • All-Region First Team four times 
  • State record holder in 100 hurdles, javelin throw and high jump
  • Regional MVP twice 
  • First-team USA Track & Field
  • Prep All-American in heptathlon (5,113 points) 
  • Lettered in soccer, track and basketball

Summary

  • Played in 90 games and took 368 shots, netting 94 goals and assisting for 26 additional goals  
  • Tallied 214 career points 
  • Ranks No. 6 on the NCAA career scoring list behind Danielle Fotopoulos, Mia Hamm and Tiffany Milbrett
  • Three-time All-WAC First-Team selection  
  • Six-time soccer All-American 
  • All-American outdoor track heptathlon

Stats

 

Year Games Played Shots Goals Assists Points
1995 20 90 20 2 42
1996 23 108 35 9 79
1997 22 71 15 6 36
1998 25 99 24 9 57
Career 90 368 94 26 214

      

1995 | Freshman Year

  • Named WAC Player of the Week (Sept 11) 
  • WAC All-Tournament Team 
  • Second-team All-West Region by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America

1996 | Sophomore Year

  • WAC Pacific Division First Team 
  • MVP of WAC All-Tournament Team 
  • WAC Player of the Week for September 3 and September 16 
  • NSCAA/Umbro West Regional First Team
  • NSCAA/Umbro All-American Second Team  
  • All-American outdoor track heptathlon  
  • Cougar Club Crowd Pleaser Award  
  • Team's leading scorer 
  • Led the conference in scoring and goals 
  • Led the West Region in scoring for three-fourths of the season
  • Scored three game-winning goals

1997 | Junior Year

  • WAC Pacific Division First Team  
  • WAC Championship Co-MVP  
  • WAC Co-Player of the Year 
  • Finished regular season in fourth place in scoring in the NSCAA West Region with 14 goals and six assists for 34 points 
  • Second in scoring and goals in the WAC, prior to the conference championship 
  • Named to the NSCAA/Umbro West Region second-team All-American, her second straight honor
  • NSCAA/Umbro West Regional First Team 
  • Led the team in scoring with 15 goals and six assists for 36 points 
  • Also had four game-winning goals

1998 | Senior Year

  • Played in all 25 games with 99 shots on goal, 24 goals and nine assists for 57 points 
  • Led the team with 99 shots, 24 goals, nine assists and 57 points 
  • Named to All-WAC First Team 
  • All-WAC Tournament Team 
  • NSCAA All-American Third Team 
  • NSCAA All-West Region First Team  
  • Scored a goal in 15 different games 
  • Scored four goals for a school record in 5-2 win over Colorado 
  • Scored game-winning goal against Umass and Cal-Berkeley 
  • Scored three goals in 7-0 win over Hawaii and 5-0 victory over UNLV 
  • Scored the lone goals in back-to-back 1-0 victories against San Jose State and Fresno State