|Hometown:||Old Orchard Beach, ME|
|High School:||Old Orchard Beach|
2010: Started all 19 games as a senior…tallied 14 goals and 12 assists for 40 total points, all career highs…also paced the Monks in all three categories…scored four game-winning markers…St. Joe’s was 10-0 when she scored at least one goal…collected NAC Player of the Year and First Team All-NAC honors…also earned NAC All-Tournament honors...selected as the conference player of the week twice during the season…led the Monks in goals, assists and points and tied for the conference lead in points...set a career high with seven points – three goals and an assist – against Rivier on October 24th…tallied a pair of assists in a win over Castleton on October 3rd…scored five points with two goals and an assist in a 3-2 win over Farmington on October 9th…registered two goals against Simmons on October 17th and posted a hat trick against Rivier on October 24th…capped her career ranking third all-time in goals (30), points (81), shot percentage (.250) and game-winning goals (7)…also ranks fifth in career assists (21).
2009: Played in 13 games with 7 starts…ranked third on the team in goals (6) and points (14)… recorded her first collegiate hat trick with three tallies against Bay Path on September 7th…scored two goals against University of New England on September 15th.
2008 - Played in 14 games with a pair of starts...scored 4 goals and added an assist for 9 points.
2007: Played in 21 games and started in 6 of those games...scored her first collegiate goal against Castleton State, the game-winner in a 3-2 victory.
High School: Played four years of varsity field hockey at Old Orchard Beach High School for Head Coach Carolyn Mehlman...made All-Conference sophomore, junior and senior year and All-State senior year...played for the Futures team...also played basketball and tennis.
Personal: Courtney Elizabeth Rague, born on March 22, 1989 in Old Orchard Beach, Maine...daughter of Mike and Cheryl Rague...majoring in Sports Management with a Business Administration minor.