2012: Southern Division Player of the Year and first team selection ... Eastern Championships MVP ... NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team Second Team ... Southern Division Player of the Week four time (Mar. 16, Apr. 11, May 1, May 18) ... played in all 35 games, starting 31 ... scored team-leading 76 goals ... tallied 37 steals, 30 ejections drawn, 13 assists and three blocks ... won five sprints ... scored three goals and made a steal versus Mercyhurst (Feb. 11) ... tallied three goals, two steals and drew an ejection versus Colorado State (Feb. 12) ... matched a career-high with four steals and added a pair of girls and an ejection drawn versus Wagner (Feb. 18) ... scored three goals, made two steals and dished an assist versus Iona (Feb. 25) ... scored three goals, made two steals and drew an ejection at Harvard (Mar. 3) ... scored four goals versus San Jose State (Mar. 3) ... scored a season-high with six goals at Brown, added an assist as well (Mar. 4) ... tallied a career-best five ejections drawn at San Diego State (Mar. 18) ... scored four goals, made a pair of steals and dished an assist and drew an ejection at George Washington (Mar. 30) ... scored four goals versus Hartwick (Apr. 6) ... matched a season-high with six goals versus Bucknell (Apr. 14) ... scored four goals versus Harvard (Apr. 27) ... tallied three goals, two steals, two ejections drawn and an assist versus Iona at NCAA Championships (May 12) ... tallied four goals, two steals and an assist versus Loyola Marymount at NCAA Championships (May 13).
2011: First-team All-Southern honoree in her freshman season at Princeton. She led the Tigers with 56 goals scored and contributed 14 assists, 27 steals and a team-high 46 drawn ejections. Rigler was named to the Eastern All-Tournament Team and was a two-time Southern Rookie of the Week winner, once also claiming Player of the Week honors. Rigler scored goals in 25 of Princeton's 29 games and opened her career with goals in her first eight games. She had multiple goals in 17 games, including a high of seven in a win over Bucknell, matching the third-highest single game goal total in program history. Rigler added five goals in a win over UC San Diego and had six hat tricks. Rigler had a season-high five assists in the win over UCSD and her season high of four steals came in a loss to Pacific early in the season.
Rigler was a four-year letterwinner in both water polo and swimming at Rosary High School. Accolades received both her junior and senior years include team Most Valuable Player, Trinity League MVP, CIF Div. 1 First Team, and team leader in goals scored, steals and field blocks. Rigler is a USA Water Polo Academic All-American and four-year Scholar Athlete. As a SOPAC Zone player, she was named to the All-Regional Tournament Team and was selected to train at the Junior National Team Selection Camp 2010. In 2009, Rigler was a member of the championship team at the Olympic Development Program National Championships.
| Career Highs
| 7, vs. Bucknell (4/2/11)
|| 3, 2x MR at Azusa Pacific (3/20/12)
| 4, 2x MR vs. Wagner (2/18/12)
| Ejections Drawn
| 5 at San Diego State (3/18/12)
|| 3 vs. Brown (4/28/12)
Awards & Honors
- Eastern Championship Tournament MVP (2012)- ACWPC All-America Honorable Mention (2011, 2012)- Southern Division Player of the Year (2012)- NCAA Championship All-Touranment Second Team (2012)
- First-Team All-Southern (2011, 2012)
- Second-Team All-Eastern Tournament (2011)
- Southern Player of the Week (3/15/11, 3/6/12, 4/11/12, 5/1/12, 5/18/12))
- Southern Rookie of the Week (3/1/11, 3/15/11)