|Hometown:||Regina, Saskatchwan, Canada|
|High School:||Winston Knoll Collegiate|
A Golden Coast Conference All-Academic selection, Krieger scored 46 goals in the Tigers' 30 games, with 11 assists for 57 points. Drew 36 exclusion and registered 23 steals. Scored in 24 of 30 games with 13 multi-goal games and six hat tricks. Scored four goals one three occasions: against Pomona-Pitzer (Jan. 21), No. 20 Harvard (March 15), and against Pomona-Pitzer in the NCAA Opening Round Game (May 6). Tallied hat tricks against No. 4 California (Jan. 15), Concordia (Apr. 8), and Fresno Pacific (Apr. 20). Recorded four steals against No. 3 UCLA (Jan. 21).
A Second Team All-Golden Coast Conference Selection, Rachel Krieger scored 61 goals in 33 games, with 31 assists for 92 points, second on the Tigers. Scored in 28 of 33 games, including the final 15 games of the season. Scored multiple goals in a game 18 times, including the last 11 games of the year. Her career high of five goals came against Santa Clara (Apr. 23) and she also posted four-goal games against Pomona Pitzer (Mar. 19), Azusa Pacific (Apr. 15), Concordia (Apr. 16) and No. 23 Cal Baptist (Apr. 30 in the GCC semifinals). Added hat tricks against No. 8 UC Davis (Feb. 8), No. 23 Marist (Mar. 19) No. 5 UC Irvine (Apr. 17) and Fresno Pacific (Apr. 29 in the GCC quarterfinals). Recorded 41 steals and drew 39 exclusions on the season.
Krieger earned Golden Coast Conference All-Freshman Team honors after posting 16 goals in 26 games, with 10 assists on the season. Posted five multi-goal games, and scored eight goals in the Tigers' final nine games (as Pacific went 8-1 in those contests). Her career high of three goals was set with a hat trick against Cal State Monterey Bay (Jan. 18). Added two goals against #20 Santa Clara (March 8), Harvard (March 17), Santa Clara (March 28) and Cal Baptist (April 17).
Krieger, a native of Regina, Saskatchewan has a wealth of international playing experience. She trained with the Canadian Senior National Team, most recently playing for the full national squad at the FINA World Championships Qualifier tournament in Calgary in 2013, placing first and scoring a goal in the final against Brazil.
Rachel also played for the Canadian Youth national team from 2010-2012 and was a member of the Canadian Junior national team in 2012. Krieger was the captain of of the 2012 Canadian team that took 5th place at the 2012 Youth World Championships in Perth, Australia. She also captained the 2011 Canadian squad that won the gold medal at the 2011 Youth Pan Am games in San Juan, P.R. and the team that took second place at the 2012 Junior Pan Am Games in Montreal.
In addition to international experience, Rachel played with the Regina Water Polo Armada club team for 11 years and is a member of the Saskatchewan provincial team, where she has competed for six years. Her provincial team took fourth place at the Canadian Championships in 2010 and Krieger was named to the tournaments all-star following the final.
Daughter of Wesley and Jennifer Krieger. Has brother Jeremy.