Senior (2010-11): Compiled a 14-7 dual match mark and a 27-12 overall mark as a singles competitor ... Named BIG EAST Co-Player of the Year ... Earned individual bid to NCAA Championships for the second-consecutive year ... Played exclusively at the No. 1 position for the Bulls and finished the regular season ranked among the top 40 in the nation by ITA ... Finished 10 matches vs. ranked opponents, going 5-5 with wins over No. 4 Kristy Frilling and No. 32 Shannon Matthews (Notre Dame) ... Finished the dual match season on a 7-match winning streak before her NCAA Tournament first-round dual match went unfinished ... Went 3-0 at the BIG EAST Championships .... Earned five wins in matches that helped the Bulls to defeat ITA-ranked opponents: Illinois, Florida State, VCU, Ohio State and Notre Dame ... Teamed with Ecaterina Vasenina for a 9-7 dual match doubles mark playing mostly at the No. 2 position ... Finished with a overall doubles record of 14-15.
Junior (2009-10): Was a key component to the Bull's success this season and was named team captain ... Competed in the No. 1 singles position for the Bulls and went 10-10 in dual match competition ... Led the team in overall wins with 21 ... Was ranked in the top 50 in the ITA rankings throughout the entire season ... Helped lead USF to a 5-2 victory over Yale on March 9 with her 6-4, 6-2 victory over Stephanie Kent ... Sent the Bulls to the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championships with her 6-3, 6-1 victory over Amy Zhang ... Teamed up with senior Melissa Koning in the No. 1 doubles position and together the duo went 11-8 in dual matches and 21-9 overall ... The duo helped secure the doubles point for USF in their match against FSU on Jan. 23 with their 8-6 victory over Lauren McCreless and Francesca Segarelli ... Was selected to compete in the NCAA singles championships ... Was named to the 2010 women's tennis All-BIG EAST Team.
Sophomore (2008-2009): Sat out the first six matches due to NCAA transfer rules...Led the team in number of dual matches won with 13...Had an overall record of 13-2 and her 13 wins were tied for third most wins on the team...Played only in the No. 1 singles position...Recorded a 10 match winning streak from 3/1/09 to 4/4/09...Finished the season with a three match winning streak from 4/17/09 to 4/18/09...Played in the No. 1 doubles position all season...Lauren Shumate, Iciri Rai and Inna Chepuinaya were her doubles partners throughout the spring season...At one point during the season Rehberger was ranked No.82 (3/17/09)...Finished the season ranked No. 72... Was named to the 2009 All BIG EAST team... Was selected as an Alternate to the 2009 NCAA singles draw.
Transfers from a USF sister school in Spain... Will have sophomore eligibility this spring but will have to sit out the first six matches of the Spring due to NCAA transfer rules... She was coached by Gonzalo Pérez Martino as a junior.
Personal: Currently holds an ITF ranking’s of No. 440 in singles competition and is No. 524 in doubles competition..... Successful on the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour Rankings winning four career doubles titles on the circuit and has registered victories over opponents ranked higher than her.