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Becca Rolfe

High Point
Exercise Science


Becca Rolfe was voted the Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year for women’s soccer in 2016. She also was named to the NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Third Team. She holds a 3.964 GPA while majoring in exercise science at HPU.

She is a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honors Society and The National Society of Leadership and Success. She was selected as a Junior Marshal for the class of 2018. In her career, she has also earned two Big South All-Academic and two Millis Scholar-Athlete honors, which mandate a minimum 3.0 GPA. She has been named to the Big South Presidential Honor Roll twice.


Rolfe is held in the highest regard by the teammates and coaching staff. She has been elected a team captain for her senior campaign. Coach Marty Beall has repeatedly said that Rolfe is the perfect example and leader for his program both on and off the field.


Rolfe is an active of part of community service with the women’s soccer team. During her career, she has worked with Habitat For Humanity, the ThanksGIVING food drive, Kickin’ Kids Soccer Clinic, PTFC skills training and West End Ministries. Individually, Rolfe provides individual training for youth in the greater High Point/Greensboro/Winston-Salem area as well as back home in her native Nashville.


Rolfe is a three-time All-Big South performer and is on pace to become just the second women’s soccer player in HPU’s Division I history (since 1999) to earn All-Conference honors in all four years at High Point. She was named to the second team and All-Freshman team in her initial campaign for a team that made the NCAA Tournament. Starting 17 of 21 games as a freshman, she ended up with three goals and three assists. As a sophomore, she earned first-team honors after posting three goals and tying for fourth on the team with six points. She started all 21 games as a junior, earning first-team honors yet again while also being named to the All-Tournament team. She tallied eight points (two goals and four assists) while leading the team to a Big South Regular Season Championship.