- In 2012, Rachel posted 2 top 10s including her career-best finish of T3rd at the Raiffeisenbank Prague Golf Masters and T7th at the Allianz Ladies Slovak Open. Ranked 75th on the ISPS Handa Order of Merit and earned total of €32,613.30.
- In 2011, her first year on the LET, Rachel played in 3 events and earned €5,559.25, ending the season ranked 137th on the Money List.
Competed on the Duramed Futures Tour from 2004-2010 with a career best tie for third at the 2006 Louisiana Futures Classic and the 2007 Michelob ULTRA Duramed FUTURES Players Championship in Decatur, Ill. In 2008, competed in the U.S. Women's Open Championship. Recorded two wins on the Australian Ladies Professional Golf (ALPG) Tour in 2008/2009: the St George's Basin Country Club Pro-Am and the Xstrata Coal Branxton Pro-Am, winning the overall 2008/09 Club Car Series.
Aged 17 Rachel became the first person to win both the Combined High School NSW match-play and stroke-play championship in the same year. In 2007, she won the Australian All-Schools competition. While attending New Mexico State, she won the Sun Belt Conference championship her junior year in 2002 and recorded nine top-10 finishes in collegiate competition. Two-time member of the Big West Conference Championship team (2000, 2001) and the Sunbelt Conference Championship (2002, 2003).
The daughter of two maths teachers, Rachel grew up in the Blue Mountains an hour west of Sydney. At age 10, her dad introduced her to golf. She resides in Faulconbridge, New South Wales and plays at Springwood Country Club in Springwood. She completed a bachelor of business marketing at New Mexico State University. Her hobbies are reading, going to the gym, watching movies and playing board games. In 2006, was a contestant on The Golf Channel’s Big Break VI at Trump National.