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Name Stephanie Sabatini Kelly McNelis Brooke Blue Caroline Martignetti Kate Collins Carly Weilminster Covie Stanwick Ali Meagher Kara O’Connell Brittany Wilton Moira Barry Ginny Gummersall Sam Taylor Jessie Coffield Elizabeth Donovan Mikaela Rix Lauren Bronson Kate McCarthy Kristin Igoe Catherine Conway Cali Ceglarski Meghan Conley Rachel Igoe Claire Blohm Katherine Caufield Emily Mata

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Previous School (Hometown) Longmeadow (Longmeadow, Mass.) St. Mary’s (Millersville, Md.) Stone Ridge (Bethesda, Md.) Winchester (Winchester, Mass.) St. Stephens & St. Agnes (Alexandria, Va.) Mt. Hebron (Ellicott City, Md.) Notre Dame Prep (Baltimore, Md.) Bow (Bow, N.H.) Norwell (Norwell, Mass.) Garden City (Garden City, N.Y.) Framingham (Framingham, Mass.) New Trier (Wilmette, Ill.) Pingree (Topsfield, Mass.) St. Stephens & St. Agnes (Alexandria, Va.) Ridgewood (Ridgewood, N.J.) Garden City (Garden City, N.Y.) Glastonbury (Glastonbury, Conn.) The Loomis Chaffee School (Longmeadow, Mass.) Framingham (Framingham, Mass.) Acton-Boxboro (Acton, Mass.) Darien (Darien, Conn.) Needham (Needham, Mass.) Framingham (Framingham, Mass.) St. Anthony’s (Amityville, N.Y.) Oak Knoll (Chatham, N.J.) Severna Park (Severna Park, Md.)

Coaches: Captains: Head Coach: Bowen Holden (Georgetown ’01) - Seventh Season Kristin Igoe Associate Head Coach: Acacia Walker (Maryland ’05) Sam Taylor Assistant Coach: Jen Kent (Colby ’90) Brittany Wilton

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Location.................................................. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Founded......................................................................... 1863 Enrollment .................................................................. 14,500 President......................................Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. Athletic Director............................................. Gene DeFilippo Senior Women’s Administrator..................... Jody Mooradian Nickname..................................................................... Eagles Colors......................................................... Maroon and Gold Conference................................... Atlantic Coast Conference

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Head Coach........................Bowen Holden (Georgetown ’01) Career Record.........................................54-52 (six seasons) Record at BC...........................................54-52 (six seasons) Associate Head Coach............ Acacia Walker (Maryland ’05) Assistant Coach.............................. Jennifer Kent (Colby ’90) 2011 Overall Record........................................................12-7 2011 Conference Record (Finish)............................. 1-4 (4th) NCAA Appearances/Last............................................. 1/2011 Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................................... 19/6 Starters Returning/Lost...................................................... 8/4 Newcomers........................................................................... 6 Captains............Kristin Igoe, Sam Taylor and Brittany Wilton

2012 Captains, L to R: Kristin Igoe, Sam Taylor and Brittany Wilton

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COLLEGE “BC lacrosse has given me the opportunity to learn the importance of hard work, teamwork and accountability. We are a program on the rise and not only will we continue to be contenders in the ACC, but we have our sights set on a national championship.” – Brooke Blue “Since transferring here, BC lacrosse and the entire BC athletics community, have proven to be a family for me. Our team has been working very diligently in the offseason to prepare for the spring, and everyone has really been clicking. I know that this team has the potential to have a very successful season.” – Meghan Conley “The BC lacrosse team is all about hard work, dedication and commitment to the team. We work to get better every single day, so that we can accomplish what no one has before.” – Claire Blohm

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“I am so excited for this season to begin and to be a part of a program that is growing so quickly. I love the girls on the team and I am so excited to see how far we can go.” – Mikaela Rix “I am so lucky to be a part of the BC Lacrosse program. We have one of the most united teams, on and off the field. We all work hard each day to reach a common goal, but we can also have fun together outside of lacrosse. I can’t wait for the 2012 season. It is going to be the best one yet.” – Kristin Igoe

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“My team is a special part of my life. I am so lucky to have 25 other teammates who are like my sisters. We work so hard for each other for a common goal. Everyone supports one another in everything we do, and it is noticeable on and off the field.” – Kelly McNelis

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“I believe that one of our strengths as a team is how well we support each other both on and off the field. I feel blessed to be able to turn to any one of my teammates for help, no matter if it is lacrosse related or not. We truly are a family.” – Moira Barry

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Boston College lacrosse will enter the 2012 season, its seventh in the ACC, led by an impressive group of veterans charged with laying the foundation for one of the strongest incoming classes in program history. The 2012 team returns all but four starters from last season, but with the addition of one sophomore transfer and five freshmen – deemed the No. 6 recruiting class in the nation –BC is poised for even greater success in the year to come.

omore Cali Ceglarski is striving to see some minutes as she works her way back from injury, while freshmen Rachel Igoe and Stephanie Sabatini provide even more depth and are working hard with the hopes of seeing playing time. After working hard to return from injury, sophomore transfer Meghan Conley and sophomore Carly Weilminster look to earn their way onto the field this spring. Sophomore walk-on and BC soccer player, Kate McCarthy, will also look to add to the Eagles’ efforts in the midfield.

“We are in the best place BC lacrosse has been in heading into a season,” head coach Bowen Holden said. “We have a clear idea of what to work on and what we are capable of. We are all very excited about the spring, and the teams we will face will be the right mix of challenges as we look to achieve our ultimate goal.”

Moira Barry Attack Junior Brook Blue, sophomore Moira Barry and freshman Covie Stanwick have worked hard in the offseason to create strong connections and a fluid, team-oriented attack that they will use to lead the Eagles’ offense in 2012. “Brook plays with great intensity and fire,” Holden explained. “At the same time, it is great to see Covie come in as a freshman and step into her role with such confidence and poise. Lastly, Moira is a combination of the two, mixing strength, fire and poise. They have all found a way to work extremely well together.”

“For the first time in my seven years at BC, we have significant depth in the midfield, to the point where we have trouble deciding who to put on the field,” Holden commented. “We have six or seven solid options. Middies have to be great defenders, and to be great defenders, they must have great energy for 60 minutes, so this depth allows us to maintain a defensive, high-pressure mindset.” Some options in the midfield for BC include senior Brittany Wilton, an All-American attacker in 2011, who was converted to midfield for 2012.

Adding depth to this position will be senior Ginny Gummersall, who provides height, speed and talent off the ball. Sophomore Kelly McNelis is also expected to continue to earn minutes this season thanks to good stick work and a strong shot.

“Brittany has embraced the new role to become one of the team’s top midfielders,” Holden said.

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“The experience Sam and Katherine bring to the field is immense and they will certainly play critical roles this spring,” Holden said. “Mikaela has been an amazing addition because even though she is just a freshman, she plays with the confidence and talent of a junior or senior.”

Kristin Igoe, returning as a graduate student, will be the backbone of the Eagles’ midfield this season, serving as a strong influence on both sides of the ball. In addition to Igoe, the 2012 Eagles’ roster will boast several options in the midfield.

Seniors Sam Taylor and Katherine Caufield add a strong, confident combination of offense and defense to the midfield, while freshman Mikaela Rix will be an important addition to the BC roster in 2012.

Junior Caroline Martignetti, who also made the move from attack this offseason, is another strong option in the midfield, especially with her tenacious ability between restraining lines. Soph-

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Defense Junior Jessie Coffield and sophomore Claire Blohm will anchor the defense in 2012. Holden is looking to rely upon Coffield for the aggressive spark she adds to the back line, in addition to Blohm’s size and power. “I’m thrilled with Claire’s improvement,” Holden said. “She came in last year as a walk-on and saw some minutes, but we took her because we saw potential. She has done everything any coach has asked without questions. Claire gives everything a try and is willing to make mistakes in order to learn, and that has helped her make incredible strides in the offseason.”

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Senior Elizabeth Donovan and junior Ali Meagher will be a solid combination for providing the calmness and experience needed on defense. Donovan has seen significant time since she was a freshman so she also adds an air of confidence to the back line. Sophomore Kara O’Connell is expected to see some minutes in 2012 after making significant strides this fall and freshman walk-on Lauren Bronson will add depth. Senior Kate Collins also hopes to return to action after battling injuries last fall.

The Eagles’ 2012 schedule includes seven matchups against opponents who were ranked in the nation’s top 20 at the end of last season: No. 2 Maryland, No. 3 North Carolina, No. 4 Duke, No. 8 Albany, No. 14 Virginia, No. 17 Syracuse and No. 20 Harvard. “Each year, our strength of schedule improves and 2012 is no different,” Holden said. “I am really looking forward to seeing our team compete against the best in the country, and we are very confident about this team’s ability.” Boston College will begin the season with a two-game road swing at Holy Cross (Feb. 17) and Syracuse (Feb. 21) before returning to the Heights for the home opener against Hofstra on Saturday, Feb. 25.

Postseason Last year the Eagles advanced to the semifinals of the ACC Tournament and earned a bid into the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. In 2012, the Eagles strive to go even further and make their second consecutive NCAA appearance.

Goalkeeper Senior Catherine Conway is scheduled to be the team’s starting goalkeeper heading into the spring. “Catherine has stepped up this fall, showing a real confidence,” Holden explained. “She has been around the team and has experience with the way we play the game. She is one of the best athletes on the team and that transfers into the cage. Catherine could easily become one of the top goalkeepers in the country if she sets her mind to it.” Another option for the Eagles this year will be freshman Emily Mata, whose strong performance in preseason practices has created some competition at the goalkeeper position.

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“Every year, the goal is for the senior class to leave BC in a better place than they found it in,” Holden said. “This senior class has already achieved that, but there is a thirst for much more. Our mission is kept within our team, but I can confidently say the 2012 team has big plans. We will take it one step at a time, one game at a time, and in the end we hope to be where no BC team has been before.”

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The Eagles will host Virginia Tech in the squad’s first ACC matchup of the season on Saturday, March 10. BC will also play home against conference rival North Carolina in 2012, but will travel to Maryland, Virginia and Duke.

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“Emily is doing well to exceed expectations. We knew she was good coming in, but she plays with such patience and poise, something you wouldn’t expect out of a freshman goalkeeper,” Holden said.

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Entering the 2011 season, the Eagles focused on trying to top the team’s record-setting performance from the previous year. BC lived up to those high expectations, turning in yet another milestone year in the history of the Boston College program.

BC was ranked in the nation’s top 20 for the vast majority of the season, reaching its highest Division I ranking ever at No. 9 for the week of April 25, ending the 2011 season ranked 13th.

Amongst all the team highlights, many individuals The Eagles got off to a strong start with a six-game racked up their own accolades. For the week endwin streak, tying a program best set in 2010. BC ing April 4, sophomore Jessie Coffield was named earned its first ACC win of the season against then- ACC Defensive Player of the Week and sophomore ranked No. 7 Virginia, 12-6. The win marked the Brooke Blue was named Inside Lacrosse Player of Eagles’ first victory against the Cavaliers since BC the Week. Freshman Moira Barry was also named joined the ACC in 2005. womenslax.com Rookie of the Week for the week ending March 7. The Eagles entered the 2011 ACC Tournament seeded fourth, tying the program’s highest seed Senior midfielder Kristin Igoe became the first ever in the tournament. BC went on to win its first- Eagle ever named to the IWLCA All-America First round game against fifth-seeded Virginia Tech. Bos- Team. She was also named to the Tewaaraton ton College defeated the Hokies by an ACC tour- watch list, in addition to the All-ACC Team, marking nament record 14 points (17-3), advancing for the her third consecutive selection. Her selection to the first time to the semifinal round of the tournament, ACC All-Tournament Team was the first ever for the where the team faced No. 1 Maryland. The 8-5 loss program. Junior Brittany Wilton joined Igoe on the to the Terrapins marked the second closest game All-ACC Team, tying the most All-ACC selections in for Maryland up to that point, and was the second the program’s history. Igoe, Wilton and senior trilowest goal output for the Terps, as well. captain Jillian Rekart were named to the IWLCA All-Northeast Region First Team, while Blue earned The highlights continued for the Eagles on May 8, second team honors. as BC received its first-ever NCAA bid, earning the right to play at No. 2 Northwestern. Falling by three to the eventual national champion Wildcats, 11-8, the Eagles forced the closest first-round game NU had played in the last seven years.

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Hannah Alley Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Excellence IWLCA Academic Honor Roll All-ACC Academic Team Jillian Amo Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Excellence All-ACC Academic Team Moira Barry Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Excellence All-ACC Academic Team Claire Blohm Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Excellence Brooke Blue IWLCA Second-Team All-Northeast Region Katherine Caufield Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Excellence Caroline Ceglarski Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Excellence Virginia Gummersall Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Excellence Kelly McNelis Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Excellence Alison Meagher Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Excellence All-ACC Academic Team Jillian Rekart Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Excellence IWLCA First-Team All-Northeast Region All-ACC Academic Team Sheila Serafino Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Excellence All-ACC Academic Team Brittany Wilton IWLCA Third-Team All-American IWLCA First-Team All-Northeast Region All-ACC Team

KRISTIN IGOE IN 2011 - BC’s First Ever IWLCA First-Team All-American - WomensLax.com First-Team All-American - IWLCA First-Team All-Northeast Region - IWLCA Academic Honor Roll - All-ACC Team - ACC All-Tournament Team - All-ACC Academic Team - Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Excellence - Heights Award for Female Athlete of the Year

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HEAD COACH COLLEGE BOWEN HOLDEN • SEVENTH SEASON AT BC • RECORD AT BC: 54-52 • CAREER RECORD: 54-52 Bowen Holden enters her seventh year as the Eagles’ head coach. The 2011 season was filled with many highlights and accomplishments for the Boston College squad. The team finished 12-7, tying the program record for most wins in a season set the previous year. BC started the season off strong with a six-game win streak, which tied another program best. The Eagles earned decisive victories over two nationally ranked opponents in 2011. Boston College routed No. 7 Virginia, 12-6, and defeated No. 20 Hofstra, 14-9. The win over Virginia was the first in ACC program history. The squad advanced to the ACC Tournament Semifinals and earned its first NCAA Tournament bid in program history. Holden also led the 2011 BC squad to its highest Division I national ranking ever, as the team moved to No. 9 during the week of April 26.

In 2007, BC compiled a 6-11 record, 1-4 in the competitive ACC. Four of the team’s five ACC opponents were nationally ranked in the top six. The Eagles made the IWLCA Honor Roll for the second year in a row, placing third on the Division I Honor Squads list with a 3.028 cumulative GPA. Three players received IWLCA Academic Honor Roll accolades and were named to the All-ACC Academic Team. The Eagles ended their 2006 inaugural season in the ACC 8-9 overall and 1-4 in conference play. Six of BC’s opponents were ranked in the top 13 in the country. Holden’s team was honored as one of 42 teams on the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll. Two of Holden’s student-athletes received individual IWLCA academic honors, and one earned IWLCA Regional All-American status for accomplishments on the field.

Other than team highlights, 2011 also saw many individual accomplishments under Holden’s leadership. Two Eagles were named IWLCA All-Americans, marking the first time in program history two team members were selected in the same year. Kristin Igoe was the first Eagle ever to be awarded first-team accolades, while Brittany Wilton earned Third Team honors. Igoe and Wilton were also named to the AllACC Team and Igoe was selected for the ACC All-Tournament Team. Seven Eagles earned All-ACC Academic Team honors, four earned IWLCA All-Northeast Region, and two were named to the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll. BC was selected as an IWLCA Academic Squad for the sixth time in as many years. The 2010 season was a milestone year for Holden, as the Eagles went 12-6, the best record in program history to date. They set the record for most wins (12), as well as the record for the longest win streak (6) to open the season. The 2010 squad also earned the program’s first-ever national ranking, climbing as high as 17th in the country. Holden’s squad finished the season with a +70 in overall goal differential. Several games marked highlights for the team, including an ACC conference win against Virginia Tech, in addition to Holden’s first career win and the Eagles’ first road victory over crosstown rival Boston University. Lauren Costello had her best season yet with four broken records and a second-place ranking on the all-time single season assists list (35). She was also named to the IWLCA All-American Second Team. Four players earned IWLCA All-Region Honors, five were named to the All-ACC Academic Team, two were named to the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll, and the IWLCA named BC an Academic Squad. The 2009 season was also one of the best in school history, especially since entering the ACC in 2005. Completing its first regular winning season with a 9-8 record (9-9 overall), the Eagles made great strides. Five of the team’s opponents were ranked in the top 10-15 in the country throughout the entire season. Four individuals were honored as IWLCA Regional All-Americans, two made the All-ACC team, four were named to the All-ACC Academic Team, two were honored as IWLCA Academic Honor Roll members, and the entire team was an IWLCA Academic Honor Squad. In Holden’s third year, the Eagles captured their first top-10 win in program history by beating then No. 7 North Carolina in double overtime. This launched BC into the No. 4 spot in the ACC at the end of the regular season and earned BC its first-ever fourth seed in the ACC tournament. Overall, the 2008 team ended the season with a 7-10 record with several individual accolades earned along the way.

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Prior to arriving at BC, Holden was the associate head coach at Georgetown University in 2004 and an assistant for the previous three years. Holden helped the Hoyas to a 56-16 record over a four-year span. She also played a key role in leading the Hoyas to two NCAA Final Fours, including the 2002 NCAA National Championship game. The Hoyas won four consecutive undefeated Big East Championships and made four straight appearances in the NCAA tournament. During her tenure, Georgetown had one Tewaaraton Trophy winner, eight All-Americans, a National Attacker of the Year, a National Defender of the Year and six Big East Players of the Year. Holden is a 2001 graduate of Georgetown University, earning her bachelor of arts in physics. She also completed a master’s degree from Georgetown’s Public Policy Institute. Holden played lacrosse for one year at Bowdoin College before transferring to Georgetown, where she started in goal for the next three years. She was a three-time All-American and two-time co-MVP. In her final season, she was named a captain, was an NCAA National Champion finalist, was named to the IWLCA AllAcademic squad, and was a first-team national and regional All-American. She was voted NCAA Goalkeeper of the Year, as well. Her efforts in the classroom were also recognized, as Holden earned Georgetown’s annual Robert A. Duffey Scholar-Athlete Award and the NCAA District of Columbia Woman of the Year Award for outstanding academic and athletic achievement and service to the community.

Active in the lacrosse community off the field, Holden serves as Chair of the NCAA North Region All-America Committee.

THE HOLDEN FILE CAREER RECORD Overall Conference Postseason 2006.......................8-9..........................1-4........................... 0-1 (ACC) 2007......................6-11.........................1-4........................... 0-1 (ACC) 2008......................7-10.........................2-3........................... 0-1 (ACC) 2009.......................9-9..........................0-5........................... 0-1 (ACC) 2010......................12-6.........................1-4........................... 0-1 (ACC) 2011.......................12-7.........................1-4........................... 1-2 (ACC, NCAA) Career............ 54-52 (.509).............6-24 (.250)..................... 1-7 (.143)

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2006-present....Head Coach, Boston College 2005.................Associate Head Coach, Georgetown University 2002-04............Assistant Coach, Georgetown University

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EDUCATION 2006.................MPP - Georgetown Public Policy Institute 2001.................BA Physics/Premed - Georgetown University .................. PLAYING EXPERIENCE 2001.................Georgetown’s Robert Duffey Scholar-Athlete 2001.................NCAA Goalkeeper of the Year 2001.................NCAA District of Columbia Woman of the Year 2000-01............Two-time All-American 1999-2002........Three-time member of U.S. Development Team

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Holden is a native of Lincoln, Mass., and graduated from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School in 1997. She currently resides in Newton, Mass., with her husband, Charlie Martin, and their three children; two daughters, Cannon and McClaine, and one son, Coleman.

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Acacia Walker enters her second season as associate head coach for Boston College. In her role, Walker serves as the Eagles’ offensive coordinator and plays a key role in recruiting, as well as in many other facets of the daily operations of the BC program. Walker continues to be an active player at the elite level, as she was recently named to the 2011-12 U.S. Women’s Senior National Lacrosse Team. Prior to this year’s selection, Walker had been involved with the U.S. Women’s National Team for the past nine years. She won a gold medal with the 2009 World Cup Team in Prague, Czech Republic, and was also a member of the 2010-11 U.S. National Team that was undefeated on American soil. Prior to working with the Eagles, Walker was the associate head coach at the University of Massachusetts. During her tenure, Walker acted as the offensive coordinator, handled recruiting responsibilities and helped lead the team to two consecutive Atlantic 10 Conference Championships. She also handled travel, budget management, video breakdown and camps. From 2005-08, she was an assistant coach at Northwestern, where the Wildcats won three consecutive NCAA National Championships and three consecutive ALC Conference Championships. Walker graduated from Maryland in 2005 with a degree in American Studies. She played for the Terrapins and captained the team in her senior year. She was an IWLCA All-American as well as an All-ACC selection. In 2005, she won the University of Maryland M Club ‘James H. Kehoe’ Award, and in 2004 and 2005 was a Tewaaraton Candidate, the award given to the male and female Collegiate National Player of the Year. At age 15, Walker was the youngest member of the World Championship Under-19 Team that won gold in Perth, Australia, in 1999. Walker hails from Annapolis, Md., and currently resides in Boston, Mass.

Kent is in her fourth year as an assistant coach for the Eagles. She focuses her attention on the defensive end, but she plays a crucial role in individual development, as well. In 2011, the Eagles had a milestone year, earning their first NCAA berth in program history, and the defensive end was a large part of that success. Goaltender Sheila Serafino was second in the ACC with 133 save and finished fourth in saves-per-game with a 7.00 average. As a whole, the defense only allowed 177 goals compared to BC’s 232. A native of Norwell, Mass., and a graduate of Thayer Academy where she was inducted into the Thayer Academy Sports Hall of Fame, Kent was a four-year letterwinner at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. She played soccer, basketball and lacrosse. In lacrosse, she was a two-year captain, MVP and leading scorer, as well as a Brine/IWLCA Second-Team All-American her senior season in 1990. Upon graduation from Colby, Kent joined the staff at the Hyde School in Bath, Maine, where she taught and coached lacrosse and soccer, eventually becoming the Dean of Students and Athletic Director. Her accolades at Hyde include the 1995 Maine State Champions in lacrosse. After leaving Hyde, Kent became the varsity lacrosse coach at Norwell High School in 1998 where she won back-to-back state titles in 2005 and 2006 and was named Massachusetts Coach of the Year in 2005. In addition to her coaching duties at Norwell, Kent was also the Co-director of Norwell Youth Lacrosse and the Co-director and owner of Xtreme Lacrosse and Soccer camps. Kent has significant ties to Boston College, as her four siblings are alumni of BC; Michelle Lally O’Grady `89, Rob Lally `90, Doug Lally `91, and Greg Lally ‘96. Kent currently lives in Norwell with her husband Jeff, and their six children: Alicia, Callahan, Kenzie, Parker, Addison, and Bailey.

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She serves on the ACC Women’s Basketball Committee, and is Chair of the ACC Field Hockey and Volleyball Committees. She is a former chair of the NCAA Women’s Rowing Committee and has served on the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Committee. She also served on the NACDA Board and is currently on the Learfield Directors Cup Committee for NACDA. She is a member of the Board of the Collegiate Women Sports Foundation where she Chairs the Honda Inspiration Award.

Prior to her career in athletics, Mooradian was an attorney for a private law firm and for the Cigna Insurance Company from 1987 until 1993. In addition, she was a District 4 New Hampshire State Representative from 1980-82.

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Dard Miller..................................................................................................................... Director Lee Metzger ................................................................................................. Assistant Director Clare Turkington ........................................................................................... Assistant Director Lee LeBlanc........................................................................................ Administrative Assistant Patrice Bouzan......................................................... Learning Specialist/Academic Counselor Amy Morgan ............................................................................................Academic Counselor Kristina Tolles ..........................................................................................Academic Counselor Bob Taggart ...........................................................................Faculty Athletics Representative

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Mooradian earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of New Hampshire (’82) and a Juris Doctorate from the Delaware Law School of Widener University (’86).

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Prior to her current post at BC, Mooradian served as part of the Northeastern University athletics department for six years. During her tenure at Northeastern, Mooradian served as Assistant Director of Athletics for Compliance, Associate Director of Athletics, Interim Director of Athletics and Senior Associate Director of Athletics/ Senior Woman Administrator. Mooradian also served as the Director of Athletics at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania from 1993 until 1997 and was a Compliance Assistant at UCLA in early 1993.

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Jody Mooradian has been a member of the athletics department staff at Boston College since 2003. In her position, she administers the sports of women’s basketball, field hockey, volleyball, cross country, track and field, lacrosse, softball, and rowing. Mooradian oversees the areas of Student Athlete Development, Sports Medicine and Strength and Conditioning as well as supervising other internal functions of the Department and working with various groups on campus.

Kevin Murphy............................................................................................Equipment Manager

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COLLEGE 21 - KRISTIN IGOE

• Midfield, Grad Student

CAPTAIN

• Framingham/Framingham, Mass.

COACHES

NOTES Named to the 2011-12 U.S. Women’s Senior National Team, marking her second consecutive selection.

AS A SENIOR (2011)

AS A JUNIOR (2010) Played in 16 games, starting 15 ... tallied 35 goals and 11 assists for 46 points ... third on the team in goals and points and tied for second in assists ... recorded 76 shots, tied for first on the team in the category ... was 6-12 in free position shots ... tallied 28 ground balls and 20 draw controls on March 2 ... caused 15 turnovers ... named to the All-ACC Team ... earned All-ACC Academic Team recognition ... named to the All-Northeast Region First Team ... won the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Started and played in all 18 games ... third on the team in points with 50 ... led the team in goals scored (40) ... scored at least one goal in all 18 games ... tallied a career-high five goals against Virginia Tech on March 14 ... second on the team in assists with 10 ... scored two game-winning goals ... took 84 shots on the season ... collected 27 ground balls ... won 23 draw controls ... caused 23 turnovers ... was 9-11 in eight-meter shots ... named to the All-ACC team ... earned the Athleics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Did not play due to injury ... received a medical redshirt for the season.

BEFORE BC Letterwinner at Framingham High School ... 2007 tri-captain as a senior ... two-time High School All-American ... named an Under Armour All-American in 2007... high school team was undefeated (50-0) in 2006 and 2007 and won the state championship both years ... named the 2007 Boston Globe Player of the Year ... selected as team MVP ... 2004-07 North Sectional and Bay State League Champions ... two-time Bay State Conference All-Star ... three-time EMASS All-Star ... a 2006-2007 Metrowest Daily News All-Star ... named to the Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic teams in 2006 and 2007 ... 2005 and 2006 first-team AllGalaxy ... played for the Lower New England Team 2 in 2005 and Team 1 in 2006 ... also played for Mass Elite Club Team ... played soccer and basketball as well ... captained both teams senior year.

PERSONAL Kristin Igoe was born Sept. 15, 1989 ... she is the oldest of Donald and Amelia Igoe’s three children ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 2008 DNP 2009 18-18 40 10 50 84 2 27 23 27 23 2010 16-15 35 11 46 76 0 28 20 18 15 2011 19-19 44 18 62 105 2 33 30 24 33 Totals 53-52 119 39 158 265 4 88 73 69 71

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

2012 LACROSSE MEDIA GUIDE

7, VA Tech (3/14/09) 5, 3x, last VA Tech (4/21/11) 2, 9x 12, VA Tech (3/12/11) 5, Duquesne (2/24/11) 4, 3x, last Vermont (4/17/11) 1, Vermont (3/24/10) 1, Iona (4/7/10) 6, BU (4/13/11)

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PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY RECORDS

Played in and started all 19 games ... led the team in goals (44), points (62) and caused turnovers (33) ... was second on the team in assists (18) and ground balls (33) ... notched 30 draw controls ... her 44 goals was good for third on BC’s all-time single-season records list ... joined BC’s prestigious 100 Point Club on Feb. 16 with five points against Hofstra, doing so in the third fewest games (35) in the history of the program ... named to the ACC All-Tournament Team, the All-ACC Team and the All-ACC Academic Team ... named to the All-Northeast Region First Team ... earned IWLCA and WomensLax.com First-Team All-American honors ... won the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

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PLAYERS COLLEGE 14 - SAM TAYLOR

• Midfield, Senior • Pingree/Topsfield, Mass.

CAPTAIN

AS A JUNIOR (2011) Started all 19 games ... scored 20 goals and had five assists ... grabbed 15 ground balls, had 11 draw controls and caused six turnovers ... scored at least one goal in 16 of the 19 games ... ACC Top Six for Service Award honoree ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010) Played in 15 games, starting 11 ... missed several games due to a foot injury ... recorded 18 goals and two assists for 20 points ... finished the season fifth on the team with 33 shots ... led the team with eight goals on free position shots ... picked up 15 ground balls and tallied 14 draw controls ... caused seven turnovers.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009) Played in 17 games, starting eight ... tallied 14 points on 10 goals and four assists ... scored first collegiate goal on Feb. 21 against Canisius ... recorded first collegiate hat trick March 14 against Virginia Tech ... took 16 shots on the season ... collected 10 ground balls ... controlled eight draws ... caused seven turnovers.

BEFORE BC A four-year letter winner for the Pingree School ... four-time league champion ... three-time New England Prep School All-Star ... three-time Salem Evening News All-Star ... First-Team All-American in 2007 and 2008 ... Under Armour All-American in 2008 ... Eastern Independent League MVP as a senior in 2008 ... Boston Globe All-Scholastic in 2008.

PERSONAL Samantha Taylor was born March 13, 1990 ... the oldest of Kevin and Lisa Taylor’s three children ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 2009 17-8 10 4 14 16 1 10 8 15 7 2010 15-11 18 2 20 33 0 15 14 10 7 2011 19-19 20 5 25 50 1 15 11 16 6 Totals 51-38 48 11 59 99 2 40 33 41 20 Points: Goals: Assists: Shots: Ground balls: Draw controls: Man-up goals: Caused turnovers:

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5, Siena (3/5/10) 4, Siena (3/5/10) 1, 11x 5, 3x, last Vermont (4/17/11) 3, 3x, last Hofstra (2/16/11) 4, Albany (3/30/11) 1, 2x, last Le Moyne (5/1/10) 2,2x, last Canisius (2/26/10)

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COLLEGE 11 - BRITTANY WILTON

• Midfield, Senior • Garden City/Garden City, N.Y.

CAPTAIN

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AS A JUNIOR (2011) Started all 19 games ... finished second on the team in goals (42) and points (88) and third in assists (16) ... picked up 17 ground balls and had 12 caused turnovers ... team-leading 99 draw controls placed first on BC’s single-season records list and was second-most in the nation ... scored in 16 of the 19 games, tallying at least two goals in 14 games ... was named to the All-ACC Team ... earned IWLCA All-Northeast Region accolades and IWLCA Third-Team All-American honors.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010)

AS A FRESHMAN (2009) Played in 14 games ... started six ... tallied 14 points on nine goals and five assists ... tallied first collegiate point Feb. 21 with an assist against Canisius ... recorded first collegiate goal against Niagara on Feb. 22 ... tallied a career-high four points on two goals and two assists against Siena on March 14...took 24 shots on the season ... collected 12 ground balls ... won 17 draw controls.

BEFORE BC Four-year letterwinner ... three-time New York State Champion ... two-time All Long Island Second Team 2007 and 2008 ... All-County as a junior ... US Lacrosse All-American and Academic All-American as a senior ... ranked first on team as a senior for ground balls (72) and second on team for goals (32), assists (57) and draw controls (23) ... member of the Long Island Yellow Jackets and Liberty club teams ... also played basketball and soccer ... captain of basketball team senior year.

PERSONAL Brittany Wilton was born March 28, 1990 ... the daughter of John and Patricia Wilton ... has one older brother, John ... enrolled in the Lynch School of Education.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 2009 14-6 9 5 14 24 0 12 17 12 1 2010 16-8 22 8 30 33 2 6 20 18 4 2011 19-19 42 16 58 88 1 17 99 43 12 Totals 49-33 73 29 102 145 3 35 136 73 17

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

2012 LACROSSE MEDIA GUIDE

6, Vermont (4/17/11) 5, 2x, last Vermont (4/17/11) 3, 2x, last BU (4/13/11) 9, Northwestern (5/14/11) 5, Yale (3/2/11) 10, VA Tech (3/12/11) 2, Iona (4/7/10) 2, 3x, last Maryland (3/20/11)

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PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY RECORDS

Played in 16 games, starting the final eight ... tallied a career-high 22 goals and eight assists for 30 points ... fourth on the team in goals, assists and points ... tallied 33 shots for the year ... notched two game-winning goals ... was 2-6 in free position attempts ... recorded her first career hat trick on March 17 in the 13-7 win over Holy Cross and scored a career high five goals in the 19-5 victory over Iona on April 7 ... registered 20 draw controls and six ground balls ... caused four turnovers ... named to 2009-10 All-ACC Academic Honor Roll.

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PLAYERS COLLEGE 28 - KATHERINE CAUFIELD

• Midfield, Senior • Oak Knoll/Chatham, N.J. AS A JUNIOR (2011) Played in 19 games, starting 10 ... notched four goals on nine shots ... grabbed eight ground balls, had seven draw controls and seven caused turnovers ... earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010) Played in and started all 18 games this season ... tallied four goals and three assists for seven points on the year ... scored first career goal in the team’s 14-5 win over Canisius on Feb. 26 ... notched her first career assist in the Eagles’ 20-4 victory over Bryant on Feb. 20 ... tallied 14 shots ... was 0-2 in free position shots ... led the team in draw controls with 33 ... finished fifth on the team in caused turnovers with 10 ... recorded 19 ground balls ... earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009) Played in 11 games ... collected six ground balls ... caused four turnovers ... earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

BEFORE BC A four-year letterwinner ... four-time division champion ... four-time Prep Group A Champions ... First-Team All-Prep as a junior and senior ... two-time Academic All-American..

PERSONAL Katherine Caufield was born Aug. 1, 1990 ... daughter of Patrick and Julia Caufield ... has three sisters and one brother ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 2009 11-0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 4 4 2010 18-18 4 3 7 14 0 19 33 13 10 2011 19-10 4 0 4 9 0 8 7 12 7 Totals 48-28 8 3 11 23 0 33 40 29 21 Points: Goals: Assists: Shots: Ground balls: Draw controls: Caused turnovers:

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3, Canisius (2/26/10) 2, 3x, last Jacksonville (3/2/10) 2, Bryant (2/20/10) 4, 2x, last Canisius (2/26/10) 3, New Hampshire (4/28/10) 5, Siena (3/5/10) 2, 3x, last Vermont (4/17/11)

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COLLEGE 6 - KATE COLLINS

• Defense, Senior • St. Stephens & St. Agnes/Alexandria, Va.

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AS A JUNIOR (2011) Played in 18 games, starting 16 ... recorded one goal ... notched 22 ground balls, had 16 draw controls and caused nine turnovers.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010)

AS A FRESHMAN (2009) Played in 11 games ... tallied four points on four goals ... recorded first collegiate goal on Feb. 22 against Niagara ... tallied a career-high two goals against Niagara...took 10 shots on the season ... collected two ground balls ... won three draw controls ... caused one turnover.

BEFORE BC A 2008 All-American Honorable Mention as a senior ... captain of team senior year ... 2008 all league ... 2008 All-Met Second Team. .. First-Team All-Galaxy ... member of the soccer team ... an honors student.

PERSONAL Kathryn Collins was born March 1, 1990 ... daughter of Thomas and Andree Collins ... has one older sister, Kim ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2009 11-0 4 0 4 2010 16-14 1 2 3 2011 18-16 1 0 1 Totals 45-30 6 2 8

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

2012 LACROSSE MEDIA GUIDE

2, Niagara (2/22/09) 2, Niagara (2/22/09) 1, 2x, last Vermont (3/24/10) 4, Brown (3/11/09) 5, 2x, last Canisius (2/26/10) 3, Maryland (3/20/11) 4, Canisius (2/26/10)

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Points: Goals: Assists: Shots: Ground balls: Draw controls: Caused turnovers:

Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 10 0 2 3 3 1 7 0 23 13 11 14 6 0 22 16 12 9 23 0 47 32 26 24

PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY RECORDS

Played in 16 games, starting 14 ... missed four games due to injury ... scored one goal and tallied two assists for three points on the season ... earned first career assist on March 5 in the team’s 20-5 win over Siena ... notched seven shots on the season ... was 1-2 on free position shots ... finished the year fourth on the team in ground balls with 23 and caused turnovers with 14 ... tallied 13 draw controls.

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PLAYERS COLLEGE 22 - CATHERINE CONWAY

• Goalkeeper, Senior • Acton-Boxborough/Acton, Mass. AS A JUNIOR (2011) Appeared in three games registering 32:50 minutes in net ... played in 11 total games, starting seven at midfield ... notched four ground balls and four draw controls with one caused turnover.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010) Appeared in seven games, registering 65:24 minutes in goal ... faced 23 shots, allowing 15 goals and tallying six saves ... recorded a 13.76 goals against average ... tallied a .286 save percentage ... picked up six ground balls, including her first career ground ball in the team’s 14-5 win over Canisius on Feb. 26.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009) Played in five games ... played 74:27 minutes in net ... faced 34 shots ... allowed 15 goals ... made 10 saves ... made first collegiate save March 4 against Fairfield ... collected a career high eight saves against Fairfield ... finished the season with a 12.09 GAA and .400 save percentage.

BEFORE BC Captain of team senior year ... Acton-Boxboro Regional High School Athlete of the Year ... First-Team Boston Globe All-Scholastic ... First-Team Boston Herald All-Scholastic ... Lowell Sun Player of the Year as a senior ... member of Lower New England Team Two at US Lacrosse National Tournament..

PERSONAL Catherine Conway was born Jan. 3, 1990 ... oldest daughter of Peter and Patricia Conway ... has two sisters, Margaret and Ellen, and one brother, Patrick ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Year GP-GS 2009 5-0 2010 7-0 2011 3-0 Totals 15-0

CAREER STATISTICS (IN GOAL)

Mins. GA GAA Saves Save% W L T 74:27 15 12.09 10 0.400 0 0 0 65:24 15 13.76 6 0.286 0 0 0 32:50 10 18.27 1 0.091 0 0 0 172:41 40 13.90 17 0.298 0 0 0

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CAREER STATISTICS (ON FIELD)

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2009 6-0 0 0 0 2010 7-0 0 0 0 2011 11-7 0 0 0 Totals 24-7 0 0 0

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Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 0 3 0 0 0 4 4 2 1 0 0 10 4 6 1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

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8, Fairfield (3/4/09) 2,2x, last Le Moyne (5/1/10) 1, 4x 1, Virginia Tech (4/21/11)

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COLLEGE 16 - ELIZABETH DONOVAN

• Defense, Senior • Ridgewood/Ridgewood, N.J.

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AS A JUNIOR (2011) Played in 16 games, starting 13 ... recorded one assist ... picked up 10 ground balls, had three draw controls and two caused turnovers.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010) Played in 16 games, starting 14 ... collected seven ground balls and five draw controls ... caused six turnovers.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009)

BEFORE BC Four-year letterwinner ... captain of team senior year ... 2008 US Lacrosse All-American (Honorable Mention) ... 2008 Under Armour All-American ... two-year Academic All-American ... first-team All-North Jersey junior and senior year ... first-team All-Stars League junior and senior year ... first-team All-Suburban as a junior and senior ... Four-time county champion ... member of Upper Atlantic Team No. 1 in Schoolgirls national tournament ... scored 31 goals, 6 assists and 43 ground balls as a senior ... holds high school record for career ground balls (149) ... four-year letterwinner in basketball ... captain of team senior year ... honor roll student.

PERSONAL Elizabeth Donovan was born Oct. 17, 1989 ... daughter of John and Suzanne Donovan ... has one older sister, Megan, and a younger brother and sister, Matt and Kiley ... enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2009 18-18 0 0 0 2010 16-14 0 0 0 2011 16-13 0 1 1 Totals 50-45 0 1 1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

2012 LACROSSE MEDIA GUIDE

1, Duke (4/9/11) 1, Duke (4/9/11) 3, 4x 1, 9x 2, 3x, last Holy Cross (3/17/10)

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Points: Assists: Ground balls: Draw controls: Caused turnovers:

Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 0 0 21 1 3 9 0 0 7 5 1 6 0 0 10 3 2 2 0 0 38 9 6 17

PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY RECORDS

Started and played in all 18 games ... collected 21 ground balls ... won one draw control ...caused nine turnovers

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PLAYERS COLLEGE 13 - GINNY GUMMERSALL

• Attack, Senior • New Trier/Wilmette, Ill. AS A JUNIOR (2011) Played in nine games ... scored seven goals ... was 1-1 on free position shots ... recorded two draw controls ... earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010) Appeared in five games for the season ... named to 2009-10 All-ACC Academic Honor Roll ... earned the 2009-10 Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009) Played in five games ... scored first collegiate goal Feb. 22 against Niagara ... took four shots on the season ... collected one ground ball.

BEFORE BC Three-year letterwinner for New Trier High School ... captain of team senior year ... All-American, All-State and All-Conference junior and senior year ... won Illinois State Championship 2008 ... member of Illinois State All-Tournament team junior and senior year ... Illinois Offensive Player of the Year as a junior in 2007 ... set record for most goals in a season for state of Illinois junior and senior year ... set record for most goals in a season at New Trier HS junior and senior year ... an Inside Lacrosse magazine top 25 recruit.

PERSONAL Virginia Gummersall was born June 24, 1990 ... daughter of Geoff and Anne Gummersall ... has three sisters, one older KayAnne and two younger, Gwen and Glory ... a communications major in the College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2009 5-0 1 0 1 2010 5-0 0 0 0 2011 9-0 7 0 7 Totals 19-0 8 0 8 Points: Goals: Shots: Ground balls: Draw controls:

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DC TO CT 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 2 3 0

2, 3x, last Maryland (4/22/11) 2, 3x, last Maryland (4/22/11) 4, Virginia (4/2/11) 1, Niagara (4/22/09) 1, 2x, last Virginia Tech (4/21/11)

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COLLEGE

9 - ALI MEAGHER

4 - BROOKE BLUE

• Defense, Junior

• Attack, Junior

• Bow/Bow, N.H.

• Stone Ridge/Bethesda, Md.

AS A FRESHMAN (2010)

BEFORE BC A four-year letter winner ... team captain junior and senior year ... team leading point scorer senior year with 49 goals and 41 assists ... US Lacrosse High School All-American in 2009 ... won the state championship with her lacrosse team in 2009 ... earned the Concord Monitor player of the year award in 2009 ... Union team leader in 2009 and Union player of the year in 2009 ... selected as Bow High senior female career athlete ... SecondTeam All-State 2007 ... Upper New England Team Two 2007 ... All-Galaxy Team 2007 ... state championship team 2007 ... First-Team All-State 2008 ... Upper New England Team One 2008 ... Union Leader Team 2008 ... US Lacrosse High School All-American 2008 ... Bow High team MVP 2008.

BEFORE BC A four-year letter winner in lacrosse ... team cocaptain junior and senior year ... All-ISL for 2009 ... All-Gazette first-team in 2009 ... earned the Stone Ridge School Bonifant-Willson Award for all-around athlete ... US Lacrosse High School First-Team All-American for 2009 ... 2008-2009 team leading scorer ... 2007-2008 All ISL ... 2008 team MVP ... 2008 All-Gazette Second Team.

PERSONAL

PERSONAL Sara Brooks Blue was born on June 23, 1990 ... daughter of Tyler and Lisa Blue ... has two younger siblings, Ty and Campbell ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER STATISTICS

AS A FRESHMAN (2010) Played in 15 games, starting seven ... made collegiate debut with a start against Bryant in the first game of the season on Feb. 20 ... collected 11 ground balls and three draw controls ... caused four turnovers ... named to 2009-10 All-ACC Academic Honor Roll ... earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

Alison Meagher was born on May 18, 1991 ... daughter of Robert and Janet Meagher ... two older brothers, Mike and D.J. ... enrolled in the Lynch School of Education.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GWG GB 2010 18-18 44 11 55 71 1 6 2011 18-12 35 13 48 66 3 8 Totals 36-30 79 24 103 137 4 14

DC TO CT 11 23 1 1 19 4 12 42 5

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2010 15-7 0 0 0 2011 17-12 0 0 0 Totals 32-19 0 0 0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS 8, Vermont (4/17/11) 5, 3x, last Vermont (4/17/11) 3, Vermont (4/17/11) 8, 2x, last Vermont (4/17/11) 2, 4x 4, Siena (3/5/10) 1, 2x, last Iona (4/7/10) 1, 5x

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2012 LACROSSE MEDIA GUIDE

2, 7x 2, Virginia (4/2/11) 3, Virginia (4/2/11)

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Points: Goals: Assists: Shots: Ground balls: Draw controls: Man-up goals: Caused turnovers:

Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 0 0 11 3 4 4 0 0 15 5 6 13 0 0 26 8 10 17

PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY RECORDS

Played in and started all 18 games ... finished second on the team in goals (44) and points (55) ... recorded 11 assists ... set the mark for highest scoring freshman campaign in BC history ... registered 71 shots and tallied one game-winning goal ... 0-3 on free position shots ... picked up six ground balls and 11 draw controls ... caused one turnover ... tallied first career goal and assist in the team’s 20-4 win over Bryant on Feb. 20 ... notched 10 hat tricks ... earned the 2009-10 Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

Played in 17 games, starting 12 ... had 15 ground balls, five draw controls and 13 caused turnovers ... named to the All-ACC Academic Team ... earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

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AS A SOPHOMORE (2011)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2011) Played in 18 games, starting 12 ... finished fourth on the team in goals (35) and third in points (48) ... notched 13 assists ... picked up eight ground balls and had 10 draw controls and two caused turnovers ... scored a goal in 18 of the 19 games ... had five games of three goals or more ... tallied five goals and three assists in a win over Vermont on March 17 ... was named Nike Inside Lacrosse Player of the Week for the week ending April 4 ... earned IWLCA SecondTeam All-Northeast Region honors.

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PLAYERS COLLEGE 15 - JESSIE COFFIELD

5 - CAROLINE MARTIGNETTI

• Defense, Junior

• Midfield, Junior

• St. Stephens & St. Agnes/Alexandria, Va.

• Winchester/Winchester, Mass.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2011) Played in 17 games, starting 12 ... picked up 13 ground balls, had seven draw controls and caused nine turnovers.

AS A FRESHMAN (2010) Appeared in seven games, starting four ... tallied first collegiate assist on April 22 in the 17-6 loss to Duke during the ACC Championships ... collected three ground balls and two draw controls.

BEFORE BC Winner of the John Morrow Stanton Athletic Award .... Alexandria Sportsmen Club Lacrosse Player of the Year ... captain of her team ... won three VISLA state championships in high school career ... ISL conference champions ... played field hockey ... named to all-tournament team.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2011) Appeared in seven games ... scored one goal ... recorded two ground balls.

AS A FRESHMAN (2010) Played in three games ... made collegiate debut in the 19-5 win over Iona College on April 7 ... collected two ground balls and caused one turnover.

BEFORE BC A four-year letter winner ... captain senior year ... second-team Middlesex League All-Star 2008 ... started for division 2 state championship team 2008 ... Lower New England Team 2 in 2008 ... Lower New England Team 2 Tournament Champions in 2008 ... First-Team All-Galaxy 2007 and 2008 ... sophomore Division II State Finalist team starter.

PERSONAL Jesse Coffield was born on Oct. 15, 1990 ... daughter of William and Kristen Coffield ... one brother William and one sister Virginia ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

PERSONAL Caroline Martignetti was born on Sept. 7, 1990 ... daughter of Ronald and Lynne Martignetti ... has five brothers and two sisters ... enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2010 7-4 0 1 1 2011 17-12 0 0 0 Totals 24-16 0 1 1

Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 0 0 3 2 2 0 0 0 13 7 3 9 0 0 16 9 5 9

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2010 3-0 0 0 0 2011 7-0 1 0 1 Totals 10-0 1 0 1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Points: Assists: Ground balls: Draw controls: Caused turnovers:

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DC TO CT 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 4 1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS 1, Duke (4/22/10) 1, Duke (4/22/10) 3, Villanova (2/26/11) 3, VA Tech (4/21/11) 4, Villanova (2/26/11)

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2012 LACROSSE MEDIA GUIDE

1, Holy Cross (3/5/11) 1, Holy Cross (3/5/11) 1, Holy Cross (3/5/11) 2, vs Duquesne (2/24/11) 1, Iona (4/7/10)

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COLLEGE 20 - KATE MCCARTHY

12 - MOIRA BARRY

• Midfield, Sophomore

• Attack, Sophomore

• The Loomis Chaffee School/Longmeadow, Mass.

• Framingham/Framingham, Mass. AS A FRESHMAN (2011) Started all 19 games ... finished third on the team in with 38 goals on 66 shots and had eight assists for 48 points, good for third on the team ... she ranks second in scoring for a freshman season in BC program ... recorded eight ground balls, one draw control and four caused turnovers ... scored five goals and had two assists in her BC debut on Feb. 16 against Hofstra ... was named WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week for the week ending March 7, in which she scored seven goals in two wins over Yale and Holy Cross ... received the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

AS A FRESHMAN (2010)

BEFORE BC Four-year member of the lacrosse team at The Loomis Chaffee School ... was captain during her senior year ... two-time All-American in lacrosse ... also played soccer and was named an adidas All-American ... two-time All-New England and two-time ESPN All-America third team for soccer ... Loomis Chaffee Junior Female Athlete of the Year.

PERSONAL Born on April 5, 1992 ... daughter of Edward and Frederica McCarthy ... one brother, Teddy, plays soccer at Gettysburg College.

BEFORE BC Three-time First-Team All-American 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... 2010 Boston Globe Player of the Year ... school record holder for most career goals scored ... 2010 Team MVP ... selected to the Boston Globe All-Scholastic, Boston Herald All-Scholastic, and Metrowest Daily News Super Team in 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... EMASS All Star and Bay State Conference All Star in 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... named Bay State League MVP in 2009 and 2010 ... tri-captain for Framingham High School in 2010 ... National Honor Society member ... World Language Honor Society member ... Philosophy Club.

PERSONAL Moira Barry was born on March 30, 1992 ... daughter of Ed and Joanne Barry ... has one brother, Mark ... enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 19-19 38 8 46 71 3 9 10 30 2 Totals 19-19 38 8 46 71 3 9 10 30 2 Points: Goals: Assists: Shots: Ground balls: Draw controls: Caused turnovers:

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

7, Hofstra (2/16/11) 5, Hofstra (2/16/11) 2, 2x, last Vermont (4/17/11) 10, Hofstra (2/16/11) 2, 2x, last VA Tech (4/21/11) 2, 2x, last Duke (4/9/11) 1, 2x, last VA Tech (4/21/11)

PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY RECORDS

Appeared in 15 games for the BC soccer team, starting five ... scored one goal and took seven shots ... started all five of BC’s NCAA Tournament games ... played 90 minutes in a 2-0 loss to Stanford on Dec. 3 in the NCAA Final Four and in a 3-1 NCAA Second Round win over Hofstra on Nov. 14.

COACHES

AS A SOPHOMORE (2011) Played in and started all 18 games for the BC soccer team ... 1556 minutes played ... took 16 shots ... while on the field, BC outscored opponents 31-12 ... played 110 minutes and took two shots in a 0-0 tie against Syracuse ... reached over 100 minutes of play in three games.

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PLAYERS COLLEGE 26 - CLAIRE BLOHM

23 - CALI CEGLARSKI

• Defense, Sophomore

• Midfield, Sophomore

• St. Anthony’s/Amityville, N.Y.

• Darien/Darien, Conn.

AS A FRESHMAN (2011)

AS A FRESHMAN (2011):

Played in three games, starting one ... recorded one ground ball ... received the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

Played in 15 games ... notched her first collegiate goal on Feb. 26 against Villanova ... tallied three goals ... picked up five ground balls and caused four turnovers ... earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

BEFORE BC Played four years of varsity lacrosse at St. Anthony’s ... captain in 2010 ... received 2010 Gregor Award, given to one senior female athlete who “exemplifies extraordinary character and possesses zealous enthusiasm” ... first annual Dave Prutting Award for “leadership on and off the field” ... All-League in 2009 and 2010 ... part of the St. Anthony’s varsity lacrosse team that was undefeated and league champion in 2009 and 2010 ... helped her team earn a No. 12 national ranking in US Lacrosse Magazine ... also lettered three years in cross country ... captain during senior year ... received CHSAA Female Scholar Athlete of the Year Award in 2009 ... National Merit Commended student...AP Scholar with Distinction ... member of the National Honor Society.

PERSONAL Born on April 20, 1992 ... daughter of James and Janet Blohm ... has one older sister, Lizette ... enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences.

BEFORE BC Four-year varsity starter ... team captain and team MVP senior year ... 2010 team leading scorer ... won FCIAC’s freshman and junior year ... won the state championship three times ... U.S. Lacrosse High School First-Team All-American 2009 and 2010 ... All-FCIAC and All-State First Team 2009 and 2010 ... Connecticut Super Junior ... member of Connecticut Chargers Club Team ... also swam competitively ... U.S. Swimming High School All-American ... AllFCIAC ... All-State in 2007-20l0 ... captain senior year ... Darien High School record holder in the 100-yard freestyle and 200-yard freestyle relay ... four-year honor roll student.

PERSONAL Caroline Ceglarski was born on July 21, 1992 ... daughter of BC alumni Paul and Eileen Ceglarski ... has two older siblings, Brian and Katie ... nickname is Cali ... hopes to pursue a career in the field of hospital administration ... enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 3-1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 TOTAL 3-1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 15-0 3 0 3 5 0 5 0 2 4 Totals 15-0 3 0 3 5 0 5 0 2 4

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

24 - MEGHAN CONLEY

Points: Goals: Shots: Ground balls: Caused turnovers:

• Midfield, Sophomore • Vermont/Needham/Needham, Mass. BEFORE BC Transferred to BC from the University of Vermont, where she attended school and played lacrosse during the 2010-11 academic year ... saw action in eight games as a freshman at Vermont, making her collegiate debut against Colgate ... scored her first collegiate goal in a win against St. Mary’s ... Named captain for her senior season at Needham High School and earned First-Team All-American honors as a junior ... two-time Bay State League and All-Galaxy League selection ... named the 2009 ESPN Rise Top Scorer in Massachusetts ... earned Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic accolades in high school ... member of the Mass Elite Club Team ... also played high school soccer.

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Born April 18, 1992 ... daughter of Daniel and Margot Conley ... has three siblings, Danny, Catherine and Sarah ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 8-0 1 0 1 4 0 3 2 4 2 TOTAL 8-0 1 0 1 4 0 3 2 4 2

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1, 3x, last New Hampshire (4/29/11) 1, 3x, last New Hampshire (4/29/11) 1, 5x 1, 5x 2, Vermont (4/17/11)

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COLLEGE 3 - KELLY MCNELIS

10 - KARA O’CONNELL

• Attack, Sophomore

• Defense, Sophomore

• St. Mary’s/Millersville, Md.

• Norwell/Norwell, Mass.

BEFORE BC

PERSONAL Born on Sept. 19, 1992 ... daughter of Jim and Mary McNelis ... has one brother, Jimmy ... enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences.

BEFORE BC Four-year varsity starter ... team captain 2009 and 2010 ... Four-time South Shore League All-Star ... League MVP 2010 ... Boston Globe All-Scholastic 2009 and 2010 ... Boston Globe Division II Player of the Year 2010 ... Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic 2008, 2009, and 2010 ... Boston Herald All-Scholastic 2009 and 2010 ... State Champion 2009 and 2010 ... Two-time Eastern Mass All-Star Team 1 2009 and 2010 ... State Finalist 2008 ... 2010 All-American ... 2008 and 2009 ELNE team member ... 2009 New England Under Armour team member ... awarded Outstanding Female Scholar-Athlete at Norwell in 2010 ... three-year varsity starter for soccer ... team captain 2008 and 2009 ... two-time Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic 2009 and 2010 ... Eastern Mass Division III First Team ... South Shore League All-Star 2008 and 2009 ... also three-year varsity starter for basketball ... ... class president for four years ... two-year member of National Honor Society ... member of the Spanish National Honor Society

PERSONAL Kara O’Connell was born on March 19, 1992 ... daughter of Paul and Jeanne O’Connell, both BC alums ... has three sisters, Rose, Mary and Jane ...enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP-GS G A Pts Shots GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 8-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 2 TOTAL 8-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

7 - CARLY WEILMINSTER

• Midfield, Sophomore

Ground balls: Draw controls: Caused turnovers:

• Mount Hebron/Ellicott City, Md. AS A FRESHMAN (2011) Did not play due to injury.

BEFORE BC Four-year varsity player ... captain in 2010 ... 2010 Player to Watch ... 2010 All-County ... helped her team to the 2010 Regional Finals ... 2009 Player to Watch ... 2009 County and Regional Champions ... 2009 State finalists ... 2008 Regional Finalists ... 2007 County, Regional, and State Champions ... played on M&D 2010 Black ... won Galaxy Nationals 2007 and 2008... Vail Shootout 2009 ... Evolution 2009 ... Finalists Galaxy Nationals 2009 ... three-year varsity soccer player ... Player to Watch in 2008 and 2009 ... Honor Roll student...member of National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society.

PERSONAL Carly Weilminster was born on Jan. 14, 1992 ... daughter of Robert and Susan Weilminster ... has two younger siblings, Lindsey and Zachary ... enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences.

2, Vermont (4/17/11) 1, 2x, last Harvard (3/17/11) 1, 2x, last Holy Cross (3/5/11)

PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY RECORDS

Team leader in points, goals, and assists senior year ... US Lacrosse Academic All-American 2010 ... IAAM A Conference All Star 2010 ... First-Team All-Anne Arundel County 2010 ... All-Saint All-Star Coaches Award 2010 ... First Team All Galaxy 2010 ... Second-Team All-Met Washington Post 2010 ... Under Armour DC Underclassmen 2009 ... US Lacrosse National School Girls DC First Team 2009 ... National Draw Championship Team 2008 and 2009 ... three-year letter winner in swimming ... captain senior year ... 2010 Coaches Award recipient ... National Catholic Championship and IAAM Championship Meet qualifier ... one-year field hockey letterwinner ... Fragile X Field Hockey Champions 2009 ... National Honor Society member ... President’s Education Award ... Maryland Distinguished Scholar Honorable Mention ... honor roll student-athlete ... All-American Academic Scholar ... National Society of High School Scholars

Played in eight games ... recorded three ground balls, two caused turnovers and two draw controls ... earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

COACHES

AS A FRESHMAN (2011)

AS A FRESHMAN (2011) Appeared in one game ... earned the Athletics Director’s Award for Academic Achievement.

OUTLOOK

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PLAYERS COLLEGE 18 - LAUREN BRONSON

33 - EMILY MATA

• Defense, Freshman

• Goalkeeper, Freshman

• Glastonbury/Glastonbury, Conn.

• Severna Park/Severna Park, Md.

BEFORE BC Member of the Glastonbury High School varsity lacrosse team ... helped her team qualify for the 2011 State Championship title game ... as a senior, notched 49 draws, 30 ground balls, three assists and one goal ... won three consecutive conference championships ... named an Academic All-American ... all-state honoree ... three-time all-conference Team selection ... four-time all-academic team member ... member of the Connecticut Futures Lacrosse Club and the Lax Plus Club ... also played basketball, track and field and field hockey in high school ... won the 2010 State Championship for field hockey ... National Honor Society.

BEFORE BC Was a three-year varsity goalkeeper for Severna Park High School and senior captain ... helped lead her school to the Maryland State Championship in 2009 and 2011 ... named a two-time First-Team All-Coaches Pick by the Capital Newspaper ... two-time Second-Team AllCounty selection ... selected for Inside Lacrosse Magazine’s 2011 College Rising Freshmen Watchlist ... received the Jean Boyd and Paul Rusko Award for athletic achievement, integrity and exemplary sportsmanship ... also participated on the field hockey and indoor track teams in high school.

PERSONAL Lauren Bronson wad born Sept. 4, 1993 ... daughter of Mike and Suzanne Bronson ... has one older brother, Michael, who plays lacrosse at Bentley University ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

PERSONAL Emily Mata was born Nov. 28, 1992 ... daughter of Silvester and Leslie Mata ... has one younger sister, Elizabeth ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

25 - RACHEL IGOE

• Midfield, Freshman • Framingham/Framingham, Mass. BEFORE BC Posted 172 goals and 66 assists in her four-year career at Framingham High School ... Twotime All-American ... a Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic honoree ... Metrowest Daily News Women’s Lacrosse Super Team member in 2011 ... named to the 2011 Bay State Conference First Team ... selected for Inside Lacrosse Magazine’s College Rising Freshman Watchlist ... Led Framingham High to the 2010 Massachusetts State Championship ... also played soccer in high school.

PERSONAL Rachel Igoe was born March 26, 1993 ... daughter of Donald and Amelia Igoe ... has one younger brother, Joseph, and one older sister, Kristin, who also plays on the BC lacrosse team ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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COLLEGE 17 - MIKAELA RIX

2 - STEPHANIE SABATINI

• Midfield, Freshman

• Midfield, Freshman

• Garden City/Garden City, N.Y.

• Longmeadow/Longmeadow, Mass. BEFORE BC Was a four-year varsity lacrosse letterwinner at Longmeadow and a senior captain ... helped lead her team to four Western Massachusetts Championships ... named a two-time, first-team all-scholastic award recipient ... a four-year honor roll honoree ... member of the National Honor Society ... recipient of the 2010 Massachusetts Student-Athlete Citizenship Award.

PERSONAL Stephanie Sabatini was born Jan. 13, 1993 ... daughter of Rich and Kate ... has one younger sibling, Leah ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

8 - COVIE STANWICK

• Attack, Freshman • Notre Dame Prep/Baltimore, Md. BEFORE BC Named the No. 2 recruit in the country by InsideLacrosse Magazine ... was a member of the U.S. Under-19 National Team that won Gold in Germany at the 2011 FIL World Championships ... was a four-year varsity starter and two-time captain at Notre Dame Preparatory High School ... recorded 380 points to move into first place on the Notre Dame Prep’s all-time record list ... was a two-time U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American ... was a three-time IAAM All-Star ... selected for the 2010 High School All-Tewaaraton Team ... was a two-time Baltimore Messenger and Towson Times Player of the Year ... named the 2009 Under Armour Underclassman MVP ... played with the Under Armour All-American Senior Team.

PERSONAL Covington Stanwick was born March 20, 1993 … daughter of Wells and Dori Stanwick … has seven siblings … brother, Steele, was selected as the 2011 men’s lacrosse Tewaaraton Award winner … sisters Sheehan, Wick and Coco were lacrosse All-Americans at Georgetown … enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY RECORDS

PERSONAL Mikaela Rix was born Dec. 12, 1992 ... daughter of Michael and JoEllen Rix ... has two younger sisters, Marguerite and Morgayne ... enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

COACHES

BEFORE BC Member of U.S. Under-19 Team that won Gold in the 2011 FIL World Championship ... named to the 2011 All-World Team following the FIL World Championships ... named the No. 3 recruit in the nation by InsideLacrosse Magazine ... participated on the Garden City High School varsity lacrosse team for four years ... helped team win four-straight New York State Championships ... earned both All-American and Academic All-American honors ... name an all-county selection in 2010 and 2011 ... played with the Under Armour All-American Underclassmen Team for two years ... participated with the Under Armour All-American Senior Team for one year ... also played field hockey and basketball in high school.

OUTLOOK

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2011 TEAM AWARD WINNERS

COACHES PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY RECORDS BC

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Boston College Combined Team Statistics 2011 STATISTICS All games (as of May 16, 2011)

COLLEGE RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

* * * * *

Feb 16 Feb 24 Feb 26 Mar 02 Mar 05 Mar 07 Mar 12 Mar 17 Mar 20 Mar 26 Mar 30 Apr 02 Apr 09 Apr 13 Apr 17 Apr 21 Apr 22 Apr 29 May 14

Opponent at #20 HOFSTRA vs DUQ at Villanova at Yale Bulldogs vs Holy Cross vs UCONN at Virginia Tech HARVARD #1 MARYLAND at #5 North Carolina #9 ALBANY~1 #7 VIRGINIA #3 DUKE BU at VERMONT vs #5 Virginia Tech vs #1 MARYLAND at New Hampshire at #2 Northwestern

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game A ssi st s Free position made-Att Free position pct. GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Fre e - p osi t i on Unassisted O v e rt i me Goals scored average GROUND BALLS DRAW CONTROLS TURNOVERS CAUSED TURNOVERS CLEARS Clear Pct. ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

OVERALL 12-7 1-4 11-3

W W W W W W L W L L L W L W W W L W L

Score 14-9 11-7 14-8 18-4 12-7 11-8 11-12 15-10 9-20 10-15 10-11 12-6 11-14 10-7 20-8 17-3 5-8 14-9 8-11

Att. 125 0 212 127 150 150 220 207 402 225 105 535 637 77 276 0 0 147 401

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OPP

232-502 12.21 .462 308-502 .614 26.4 84 40-101 .396

170-397 8.95 .428 255-397 .642 20.9 72 23-57 .404

232 40 148 0 12.21 252 225 230 146 177-193 .917

170 23 98 0 9.32 230 186 240 127 161-202 .797

1963 6/327 5/60

1733 8/217

HOME 3-3 1-2 2-1 ## PLAYER 21 Igoe,Kristin 11 Wilton,Brittany 4 Blue,Brooke 12 Barry,Moira 25 Amo,Jill 8 Alley,Hannah 14 Taylor,Sam 13 Ginny Gummersall 28 Caufield,Katherine 2 Rekart,Jill 23 Ceglarski,Cali 6 Collins,Kate 18 Barclay,Caroline 5 Martignetti,Carolin 16 Donovan,Elizabeth 33 Serafino,Sheila 26 Blohm,Claire 22 Conway,Catherine 20 Delaney Brault 15 Coffield,Jessie 10 O'Connell,Kara 9 Meagher,Ali 3 Kelly McNelis

Total Opponents

AWAY 5-3 0-2 5-1 GP G 19 44 19 42 18 35 19 38 19 9 19 24 19 20 9 7 19 4 19 3 15 3 18 1 9 1 7 1 16 0 19 0 3 0 11 0 3 0 17 0 8 0 17 0 1 0 19 232 19 170

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18 16 13 8 19 3 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 84 72

## Goalie GP Min. 33 Serafino,Sheila 19 1107:10 22 Conway,Catherine 3 32:50 Total 19 1140:00 Opponents 19 1140:00

Goals by Period Boston College Opponents Saves by Period Boston College Opponents

62 58 48 46 28 27 25 7 4 4 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 316 242

63 59

Shots by Period Boston College Opponents

267 224 201 185

Shots on Goal Boston College Opponents

193 180 157 151

232 177 131 141

1st 2nd Total

491 386

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DC

30 99 1 10 5 10 11 2 7 22 0 16 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 7 2 5 0 234 205

GA GAAvg Save

1st 2nd Total

68 82

Sh Gw

105 2 33 88 1 17 66 3 8 71 3 9 25 0 2 60 1 24 50 1 15 11 0 0 9 0 8 4 0 35 5 0 5 6 0 22 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 10 0 0 25 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 3 0 0 15 0 0 0 502 11 252 397 7 230

167 10 177 232

1st 2nd Total

111 121 89 88

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9.05 133 18.27 1 9.32 134 12.21 136

TO

CT

24 43 19 30 20 21 16 1 12 6 2 12 0 3 2 4 0 2 1 3 2 6 0 230 240

33 12 4 2 4 17 6 0 7 18 4 9 0 0 2 3 0 1 0 9 2 13 0 146 127

Pct

W-L-T

.443 12-7-0 .091 0-0-0 .431 12-7-0 .370 7-12-0

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COLLEGE 2011 ACC LACROSSE STANDINGS

2011 ACC STATISTICAL LEADERS

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. Christie Kaestner........DU ..........2.35 T10. Jill Amo.......................BC............1.00

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. Sarah Mollison...........MD................7 T4. Brooke Blue...............BC.................3 Moira Barry.................BC.................3

Player of the Year Sarah Mollison, Maryland

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Katelyn Luker.............VT ...........4.51 5. Sheila Serafino...........BC ...........9.05

Rookie of the Year Abbey Friend, North Carolina

SAVES PER GAME 1. Molly Mackler.............DU ..........7.85 4. Sheila Serafino...........BC ...........7.00

Coach of the Year Cathy Reese, Maryland

SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. Kasey Howard............MD ...........571 5. Sheila Serafino...........BC ............443

2011 ACC LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

FREE-POSITION GOALS PER GAME 1. Brittany Wilton............BC ...........0.74

Kristin Igoe Emma Hamm Brittany Dipper Katie Gallagher Sarah Mollison Katie Schwarzmann Corey Donahoe Emily Garrity Becky Lynch Lauren Maksym Laura Zimmerman

Boston College Duke Maryland Maryland Maryland Maryland North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina Most Valuable Player Laura Merrifield,Maryland

REVIEW HISTORY RECORDS

SHOTS PER GAME 1. Karri Ellen Johnson....MD...........7.18 5. Kristin Igoe.................BC ...........5.53

DRAW CONTROLS PER GAME 1. Brittany Wilton............BC ...........5.21 CAUSED TURNOVERS PER GAME 1. Kristin Igoe.................BC ...........1.74

Boston College Boston College Duke Duke Duke Duke Maryland Maryland Maryland Maryland Maryland Maryland North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina Virginia Virginia Virginia Tech

PLAYERS

GOALS PER GAME 1. Karri Ellen Johnson....MD...........3.55 10. Kristin Igoe.................BC............2.32

Kristin Igoe Brittany Wilton Kat Thomas Emma Hamm Christie Kaestner Kim Wenger Katie Schwarzmann Karri Ellen Johnson Sarah Mollison Laura Merrifield Brittany Dipper Katie Gallagher Corey Donohoe Mia Hurrin Laura Zimmerman Liz Downs Julie Gardner Allie Emala

COACHES

Maryland Duke North Carolina Boston College Virginia Tech Virginia

CONFERENCE OVERALL W L Pct. W L Pct. 5 0 1.000 20 1 .952 4 1 .800 15 3 .833 3 2 .600 15 5 .750 1 4 .200 12 7 .632 1 4 .200 10 8 .556 1 4 .200 9 8 .529

2011 ALL-ACC TEAM

OUTLOOK

BC IN THE ACC

BC

Kristin Igoe led the Eagles to a 12-7 record in 2011 and was named to the All-ACC Team.

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EAGLES ON TEAM USA

COACHES PLAYERS

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U.S. U19 Team Members 2011 FIL Women’s Championship Gold Medalists (L to R): Covie Stanwick, Mikaela Rix

REVIEW HISTORY RECORDS

U.S. Women’s Senior National Team Members (L to R): Bowen Holden* (assistant coach), Kristin Igoe and Acacia Walker * Holden also played for Team USA from 1999-2002

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ALL-TIME HONORS

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IWLCA ALL-AMERICA TEAM 1994............................................. Christine Curley (3rd team) 2010............................................. Lauren Costello (2nd team) 2011...................................................... Kristin Igoe (1st team) ........................................................Brittany Wilton (3rd team)

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

WOMENSLAX.COM ALL-AMERICA TEAM 2011...................................................... Kristin Igoe (1st team) INSIDE LACROSSE PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA TEAM 2012.................................................... Kristin Igoe (2nd team) ........................................................Brittany Wilton (3rd team)

2011

2009

ALL-ACC TEAM

Brittany Wilton

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

2001 2002 2003

ALL-BIG EAST TEAM

Lauren Miller (1st team) Emily Ryan (2nd team) Lauren Miller (1st team) Jacklyn Yovankin (2nd team) Jacklyn Yovankin (2nd team) Susie Breaznell (1st team) Carley St. Lucia (1st team) Susie Breaznell (1st team) Carley St. Lucia (1st team)

PRESASON ALL-BIG EAST TEAM

Lauren Miller Emily Ryan Lauren Miller Jacklyn Yovankin

IWLCA ALL-NORTHEAST REGION 1992...................................................... Katy Finch (1st team) ...............................................Missy Hug (honorable mention) ........................................................... Becky Taylor (1st team) 1994.....................................................Bryn Chave (1st team) ......................................................Christine Curley (1st team) ............................................................... Lisa Doty (2nd team) ......................................................Shannon Doyle (2nd team) 1996................................................ Danielle Wood (1st team) ........................................................... Bryn Chave (2nd team) ......................................................Tobin Dominick (2nd team) ................................................ Megan McElvogue (2nd team) 1997..........................................Megan McElvogue (1st team) ........................................................ Danielle Wood (1st team) ..................................................... Maggie Berkery (2nd team) 1998................................................ Danielle Wood (1st team) 2000................................................. Lauren Miller (2nd team) ............................................................ Emily Ryan (2nd team) 2001...................................................Lauren Miller (1st team) ............................................................ Emily Ryan (2nd team) 2002...................................................Lauren Miller (1st team) 2003...........................................Jacklyn Yovankin (2nd team) 2004.............................................Carley St. Lucia (2nd team) 2005............................................. Susie Breaznell (2nd team) .....................................................Carley St. Lucia (2nd team) 2006..............................................Margot Spatola (2nd team) 2007.............................................. Jenna McCabe (2nd team) 2008............................................... Jenna McCabe (1st team) ..................................................... Lauren Costello (2nd team) ..................................................Lauren Fitzpatrick (2nd team) 2009..................................................... Kristin Igoe (1st team) ..................................................... Katie Monaghan (1st team) ....................................................... Margot Spatola (1st team) ..................................................... Emily Hannigan (2nd team) 2010.............................................. Lauren Costello (1st team) ............................................................. Kristin Igoe (1st team) ...........................................................Brooke Blue (2nd team) .............................................................. Jill Rekart (2nd team) 2011 ...................................................Brooke Blue (2nd team) ............................................................. Kristin Igoe (1st team) ................................................................Jill Rekart (1st team) ........................................................ Brittany Wilton (1st team)

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Jenna McCabe Jenna McCabe Kristin Igoe Katie Monaghan Lauren Costello Kristin Igoe Kristin Igoe Brittany Wilton

ACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Kristin Igoe

ACC POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

Emily Hannigan

Kristin Igoe

REVIEW

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BOSTON

Lauren Costello '10

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COLLEGE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR’S AWARD FOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT I WOMEN’S AT-LARGE TEAM 2003

Courtney Legath (2nd team)

IWLCA DIVISION I HONOR SQUAD (Cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher)

IWLCA ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL

Lizette Blohm Emily Hannigan Elizabeth Kadison Katherine Wagoner Brooke Wilson Emily Hannigan Elizabeth Kadison Katherine Wagoner Emily Hannigan Maura Mahoney Lauren Costello Lauren Costello Emily Hannigan Maura Mahoney Jenna McCabe Lauren Costello Peyton Killeen Hannah Alley Kristin Igoe Jill Rekart Hannah Alley Jill Amo Moira Barry Kristin Igoe Ali Meagher Jill Rekart Sheila Serafino

1999 Jaime Baldante Melissa Cole Lael Cragin Christina DeMichele Katie Gladchuk Elizabeth Herr Liza Kimball Valerie Leuchs Julie Lufkin Susan Pitt Christen Plotner Emily Santos Rachael Tella Jennifer Wilson Brooke Zwarg

2002 Blair Anstey Rachel Bausch Sara Carpenter Christina DeMichele Sarah Foster Abigail Gotfredson Kimberly Jacobs Michelle Lawson Krista Lombardi Jennifer Meek Tara Morley Lisa Pataki Lauren Seery Carley St. Lucia Rachael Tella Jaclyn Yovankin Rachel Zeller 2003 Lizette Blohm Caitlin Bracken Lindsay Cope Sarah Foster Abigail Gotfredson Tara Hovey Carter Kahle Courtney Legath Jennifer Meek Victoria O’Kane Carley St. Lucia Jaclyn Yovankin

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2005 Brittany Barry Lizette Blohm Shauna Culhane Elizabeth Kadison Molly Kane Courtney Legath Alexandra Lloyd Catharine Saylor Elizabeth Schuville Carley St. Lucia Alana Vivolo Katherine Wagoner Brooke Wilson Jaclyn Yovankin Courtney Zwirko 2006 Lizette Blohm Shauna Culhane Meghan Davis Katie DeBlois Emily Hannigan Elizabeth Kadison Catharine Saylor Elizabeth Schuville Rachel Tinquist AlanaVivolo Katherine Wagoner Brooke Wilson Courtney Zwirko 2007 Caitlin Burr Shauna Culhane Meghan Davis Katie DeBlois Emily Hannigan Elizabeth Maddock Maura Mahoney Caitlin Swift Rachel Tinquist Katherine Wagoner Courtney Zwirko

2009 Hannah Alley Jillian Amo Katherine Caufield Lauren Costello Katie DeBlois Emily Hannigan Kristin Igoe Maura Mahoney Rachel Tinquist Nicole Tufariello 2010 Hannah Alley Jillian Amo Brooke Blue Katherine Caufield Lauren Costello Katie DeBlois Virginia Gummersall Kristin Igoe Marissa Irwin Peyton Killeen Alison Meagher Katherine Rooney 2011 Hannah Alley Jillian Amo Moira Barry Claire Blohm Katherine Caufield Caroline Ceglarski Virginia Gummersall Kristin Igoe Kelly McNelis Alison Meagher Jillian Rekart Sheila Serafino

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2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

1998 Jaime Baldante Melissa Cole Katie Gladchuk Romina King Liz Lane Julie Lufkin Susan Pitt Christen Plotner Emily Santos Danielle Wood

2001 Blair Anstey Rachel Bausch Christina DeMichele Kimberly Jacobs Katie Kaufman Krista Lombardi Lauren Miller Tara Morley Lisa Pataki Rachael Tella Brooke Zwarg

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1997 Jaime Baldante Melissa Cole Katherine Gladchuk Carolin Hargraves Romina King Elizabeth Lane Julie Lufkin Susan Pitt Christen Plotner Emily Santos Danielle Wood

2008 Hannah Alley Jillian Amo Lauren Costello Shauna Culhane Katie DeBlois Emily Hannigan Kaitlyn Horsman Kristen Horsman Kristin Igoe Maura Mahoney Rachel Tinquist Courtney Zwirko

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Christy Plotner Danielle Wood Jaime Baldante Susan Pitt Chrissie DeMichele Lauren Miller Courtney Legath Jackie Yovankin Courtney Legath Carley St. Lucia Jackie Yovankin Elizabeth Kadison Katherine Wagoner Emily Hannigan Elizabeth Kadison Katherine Wagoner Katie DeBlois Emily Hannigan Lauren Costello Emily Hannigan Hannah Alley Lauren Costello Hannah Alley Kristin Igoe

2004 Brittany Barry Lizette Blohm Lindsay Cope Meghan Davis Tara Hovey Elizabeth Kadison Carter Kahle Michelle Lawson Courtney Legath Alexandra Lloyd Elizabeth Schuville Carley St. Lucia Katherine Wagoner Jaclyn Yovankin

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1998 2000 2001 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

2000 Jaime Baldante Deirdre Cocks Melissa Cole Honor Crowther Elizabeth Herr Julie Lufkin Lauren Miller Susan Pitt Emily Santos Rachael Tella Brooke Zwarg

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2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

1996 Jaime Baldante Katherine Gladchuk Carolin Hargreaves Elizabeth Lane Megan McElvogue Kirstin Midura Susan Pitt Christen Plotner Danielle Wood Katrina Zorka

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1992 5-7 Overall Record Head Coach Sherren Granese March 18 Brown L 21 Temple L 23 Bucknell W 30 at Harvard L April 1 Colgate W 4 at Hofstra L 8 at UNH L 12 at Vermont 15 at Dartmouth W 18 Northwestern W 25 Old Dominion L 26 Cornell L 29 Yale W 1993 5-9 Overall Record Head Coach Sherren Granese March 20 at Temple L 23 Springfield W 25 Brown L 30 Massachusetts W April 3 Hofstra W 6 UNH L 8 Harvard L 10 Vermont L 17 at Cornell W 18 at Cornell L 22 Dartmouth L 24 Holy Cross W 25 James Madison L 28 at Yale L

2-8 6-7 7-4 6-14 9-8 6-14 3-7 PPD 14-4 8-1 4-5 5-10 7-5

4-10 14-6 5-9 17-1 14-6 7-10 2-13 4-9 12-8 5-9 5-12 11-0 9-16 7-12

1994 8-7 Overall Record Head Coach Sherren Granese March 16 Harvard^ L 4-24 19 Massachusetts ^ W 11-10 22 Springfield% W 15-6 24 Brown% W 11-8 26 Temple^ L 6-13 31 at Hofstra W 16-7 April 6 at UNH W 8-7 10 at Vermont L 13-14 14 at Holy Cross W 13-8 16 Colgate# W 12-7 21 at Dartmouth L 3-13 24 Cornell# W 11-9 27 Yale# L 7-8 May 1 Virginia$ L 5-8 7 Virginia* L 5-13 ^ played at Nickerson Field at BU % played at MIT # played at Bentley $ played at Dartmouth * ECAC semifinals at UNH

1995 5-8 Overall Record Head Coach Sherren Granese March 15 Harvard L 2-12 22 Brown L 5-13 25 Temple L 4-10 29 Dartmouth L 4-11 April 6 UNH L 5-7 9 Villanova W 15-6 12 Cornell L 8-9 OT 13 Colgate L 8-10 19 Holy Cross W 16-3 22 Rutgers W 9-7 OT 26 Yale L 6-10 29 Massachusetts W 10-9 1996 8-7 Overall Record Head Coach Mary Ann Foley March 13 Harvard L 16 at St. Joseph’s W 17 at Villanova L 20 Brown L 23 at Holy Cross W 27 at Dartmouth L 31 Temple L April 4 at Rutgers L 13 Colgate W 14 Lafayette W 17 UNH W 21 Cornell W 24 Yale L 26 Massachusetts W 28 at Vermont W

4-11 18-9 3-8 5-15 8-3 6-10 8-12 8-9 13-7 7-6 11-8 8-7 7-11 10-6 14-5

1997 5-11 Overall Record Head Coach Mary Ann Foley March 4 at UNC L 5-21 7 at Duke L 6-7 12 Harvard L 3-7 15 Villanova W 11-10 OT 19 at Brown L 1-11 22 Holy Cross W 12-1 26 Dartmouth L 7-13 April 4 St. Joseph’s W 13-11 6 at Temple L 5-19 10 Boston U. W 15-8 15 UNH W 14-7 19 at Colgate L 8-17 20 at Cornell L 5-8 23 at Yale L 4-14 26 at Massachusetts L 12-15 28 Rutgers L 9-13

1998 5-10 Overall Record Head Coach Mary Ann Foley March 11 Harvard W 11-9 14 at Villanova W 8-7 15 at St. Joseph’s W 10-4 18 Brown L 9-13 24 at Boston U. L 9-17 26 Temple L 3-17 28 at Rutgers L 1-7 April 1 at Dartmouth L 3-17 8 Yale L 8-17 17 Syracuse L 8-16 19 Cornell W 12-10 22 at UNH L 12-13 24 Massachusetts L 10-12 26 Duke L 9-16 29 Connecticut W 16-6

2001 6-9 Overall Record, 1-5 BIG EAST Record Head Coach Shari Krasnoo March 14 Harvard^ L 11-14 17 Notre Dame* L 7-8 21 at Holy Cross L 9-11 24 at Hofstra L 5-13 25 Villanova W 11-9 28 Georgetown* L 3-18 31 Virginia Tech* L 13-16 April 4 at Rutgers* L 7-19 7 at Albany W 20-10 10 at Connecticut* W 7-6 14 at Syracuse* L 10-19 18 UNH L 13-14 20 Denver W 16-6 22 Stanford W 19-4 29 Monmouth W 11-10 ^ played at Bentley * BIG EAST contest

1999 4-11 Overall Record Head Coach Mary Ann Foley March 4 at George Mason L 8-20 8 Notre Dame L 9-13 13 at Brown L 6-17 20 at Connecticut W 15-14 OT 22 Harvard L 8-14 24 at Holy Cross W 8-7 27 at Rutgers L 7-21 28 at Penn W 14-11 31 Dartmouth^ L 5-18 April 7 at Yale L 7-17 13 Boston U. L 8-13 17 at Syracuse L 8-20 18 at Cornell L 6-16 21 UNH L 8-16 25 Villanova W 14-12 ^ played at Bentley

2002 8-9 Overall Record, 1-5 BIG EAST Record Head Coach Shari Krasnoo March 7 LaSalle^ W 16-7 9 at Villanova W 13-5 13 at Harvard L 4-11 17 at Notre Dame* L 5-14 22 Syracuse*& L 9-17 25 at Fairfield W 12-11 27 Hofstra & L 10-16 30 Duquesne& W 16-9 April 2 Sacred Heart W 17-3 6 at Va. Tech* W 16-15 OT 8 Holy Cross& W 17-9 10 Connecticut* L 7-11 14 at Georgetown* L 10-23 19 Stanford L 10-13 21 Rutgers* L 5-7 26 Albany W 21-3 28 at UNH L 3-15 ^ played at Villanova * BIG EAST contest & played at Bentley

2000 6-10 Overall Record Head Coach Shari Krasnoo February 21 Denver^ W March 11 Brown& L 15 at Harvard L 18 at Villanova W 19 at St. Joseph’s W 22 at Boston U. L 25 at Monmouth L April 5 Yale L 7 at Fairfield W 9 Notre Dame L 11 Connecticut L 14 Syracuse L 16 Cornell L 20 at UNH L 22 Davidson W 26 Holy Cross W ^ played at UNC & played at Bentley

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2003 9-6 Overall Record, 2-4 BIG EAST Record Head Coach Shari Krasnoo March 8 at LaSalle W 13-12 12 Harvard L 8-9 15 Notre Dame* L 12-13 21 at Syracuse* L 6-14 23 Villanova W 15-4 26 Fairfield W 14-4 April 4 Virginia Tech*W 10-8 6 Cal-Berkeley W 9-8 11 Denver W 15-2 13 Georgetown* L 6-11 16 Brown L 7-13 19 at Rutgers* L 9-11 23 at Holy Cross W 13-7 29 Quinnipiac W 16-6 May 4 @ Connecticut* W 6-5 * BIG EAST contest

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* ACC contest ^ ACC Championship @ M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md. 2007 6-11 Overall Record 1-4 ACC Record Head Coach Bowen Holden Feb. 24 at Maryland* L 8-18 March 3 Fairfield W 19-7 10 at Yale L 10-16 11 Harvard W 22-12 14 at Holy Cross L 11-18 18 at Virginia Tech* W 16-15 21 at Vermont W 16-10 25 Massachusetts L 9-10 OT 28 at Boston U. L 7-9 April 1 at UNC* L 4-14 5 at Connecticut L 12-17 7 Marist W 9-8 14 Duke* L 8-16 21 Virginia* L 6-13 26 Virginia^ L 7-15 May 2 at Dartmouth L 9-13 5 Brown W 13-3 * ACC contest ^ ACC Championship @ Fetzer Field, Chapel Hill, N.C.

* ACC contest ^ ACC Championship @ Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va.

* ACC contest ^ ACC Championship @ Ludwig Field in College Park, Md.

2009 9-9 Overall Record 0-5 ACC Record Head Coach Bowen Holden February 21 at Canisius W 18-13 22 at Niagara Unvi. W 20-1 March 1 Lehigh W 11-10 4 Fairfield L 12-19 7 at Iona College W 19-8 11 Brown W 13-5 14 at Virginia Tech* L 14-16 (OT) 18 at Holy Cross W 15-7 21 at Maryland* L 5-10 25 Vermont W 14-8 28 at North Carolina L 8-12 April 4 Virginia* L 9-11 8 Boston University L 6-13 11 Duke* L 9-14 14 at Siena W 17-8 17 Bryant W 15-2 23 at Duke^ L 7-16 30 Harvard L 8-9

2011 12-7 Overall Record 1-4 ACC Record Head Coach Bowen Holden February 16 at Hofstra W 24 vs. Duquesne W 26 at Villanova W March 2 at Yale W 5 vs. Holy Cross W 7 vs. UConn W 12 at Virginia Tech* L 17 Harvard W 20 Maryland* L 26 at North Carolina* L 30 Albany L April 2 Virginia* W 9 Duke* L 13 Boston University W 17 at Vermont W 21 vs. Virginia Tech^ W 22 vs. Maryland^ L 29 at New Hampshire W May 14 at Northwestern $ L

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* ACC contest ^ ACC Championship @ Wake Med Soccer Park in Cary, N.C. $ NCAA Tournament @ Lakeside Field in Evanston, Ill.

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* BIG EAST contest ^ ECAC Championship @ Storrs, Conn.

7-10 15-8 3-18 12-6 11-8 15-9 15-9 12-16

2010 12-6 Overall Record 1-4 ACC Record Head Coach Bowen Holden February 20 at Bryant W 20-4 26 Canisius W 14-5 March 2 at Jacksonville W 18-6 5 Siena W 20-5 13 Virginia Tech* W 14-9 17 at Holy Cross W 13-7 20 at Maryland* L 6-7 24 Vermont W 14-10 27 North Carolina* L 6-15 April 3 at Virginia* L 6-12 7 Iona College W 19-5 10 at Duke* L 11-12 14 at Boston University W 18-11 18 at Brown W 9-8 (2OT) 22 at Duke^ L 6-17 28 New Hampshire W 12-6 May 1 Le Moyne W 17-6 5 at Harvard L 9-17

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2005 10-7 Overall Record 1-4 BIG EAST Record Head Coach Shari Krasnoo March 2 at Fairfield W 11-10 11 at Rutgers* L 10-11 OT 16 Brown W 15-8 19 Quinnipiac W 8-6 22 Stony Brook W 17-10 26 Notre Dame* W 10-9 30 Boston U. L 7-15 April 2 Massachusetts W 13-12 6 at Connecticut* L 8-12 9 Georgetown* L 8-12 16 Syracuse* L 4-11 20 at Holy Cross W 19-5 23 at Hofstra W 8-7 27 Harvard W 13-8 May 1 St. Mary’s W 18-11 4 Dartmouth L 2-17 14 Connecticut^ L 14-7

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$ played at Bentley College * BIG EAST contest

2006 8-9 Overall Record 1-4 ACC Record Head Coach Bowen Holden Feb. 26 at UNC* L March 4 at Brown L 8 at Longwood W 12 at Virginia* L 15 at Quinnipiac W 18 at Stony Brook W 22 Fairfield W 24 at Harvard W 29 Boston U. L April 1 Massachusetts W 5 Connecticut L 9 Virginia Tech*W 13-8 15 Duke* L 19 Holy Cross W 22 Maryland* L 27 Maryland^ L May 3 Dartmouth L

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2004 6-11 Overall Record 0-6 BIG EAST Record Head Coach Shari Krasnoo March 4 at Stony Brook W 18-8 6 at Villanova W 8-5 10 at Harvard W 9-7 12 LaSalle$ W 11-5 14 Penn$ L 2-11 21 Hofstra L 9-15 24 at UNH L 11-19 28 at Notre Dame* L 7-17 31 Boston U. W 7-5 April 4 at Va. Tech* L 6-14 7 Connecticut* L 4-9 10 at Georgetown* L 3-20 16 Rutgers* L 3-10 18 Syracuse* L 10-14 24 Holy Cross L 7-9 27 Fairfield W 18-6 May 4 at Brown L 5-11

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-AHannah Alley............... 2008, 09, 10, 11 Jill Amo........................ 2008, 09, 10, 11 Blair Anstey..............................2001, 02 Claudia Asano...............................1996 -BJennifer Baker...............................1992 Jamie Baldante............1997, 98, 99, 00 Caroline Barclay...................... 2010, 11 Jennifer Barone.............................1992 Brittany Barry...........................2004, 05 Moira Barry.................................... 2011 Rachel Bausch........................2001, 02 Gabby Beig....................................1995 Maggie Berkery.................1995, 96, 98 Laura Biggs...................................1992 Kristen Bitter............................1999, 00 Megan Bitter..................................2000 Claire Blohm.................................. 2011 Lizette Blohm...............2003, 04, 05, 06 Brooke Blue............................. 2010, 11 Joanna Boland...............................2006 Claire Bowersox................2004, 05, 06 Kelly Boyle...................1999, 00, 01, 02 Caitlin Bracken..................2002, 03, 04 Delaney Brault......................... 2010, 11 Susan Breaznell..........2002, 03, 04, 05 Kelley Brennan..............................2007 Caitlin Burr.....................................2007 Justine Burr...................................2004 -CSuzanne Cannon.........2007, 08, 09, 10 Dianne Carpenter..........................1992 Sara Carpenter..............................2002 Erin Carroll.....................................1992 Katherine Caufield............. 2009, 10, 11 Cali Ceglarski................................ 2011 Bryn Chave..................1993, 94, 95, 96 Laura Ciekot..................................2000 Blair Clancy.......................2008, 09, 10 Deirdre Cocks................................2000 Jessie Coffield......................... 2010, 11 Kathryn Collins.................. 2009, 10, 11 Melissa Cole......................1998, 99, 00 Catherine Conway............. 2009, 10, 11 Lindsay Cope.......................... 2003, 04 Lauren Costello...........2007, 08, 09, 10 Jenn Cowperthwait........................2004 Meghan Crowley......................1999, 00 Honor Crowther.................1998, 99, 00 Shaune Culhane...........2005, 06,07, 08 Christine Curley.................1992, 93, 94

-DMegan Danaher.............................1992 Jessica David...............1993, 94, 95 96 Meghan Davis..............2004, 05, 06, 07 Katie DeBlois...............2006, 07, 08, 09 Chrissie DeMichele.........1999, 00, 01, 02 Tobin Dominick............1993, 94, 95, 96 Elizabeth Donovan............ 2009, 10, 11 Lisa Doty............................1992, 93, 94 Alexandra Doyle..........1995, 96, 97, 98 Shannon Doyle..................1992, 93, 94 Anna Dunne...................................2001 -EHeather Egan..........................1998, 99 Carrie Everett..........................1997, 98 -FLiz Fayad.................................2003, 04 Dana Fentress...............................1996 Katy Finch......................................1992 Jackie Fiore...................................2004 Marion Fitzgerald...........................1995 Lauren Fitzpatrick......... 2006, 07, 08, 09 Sarah Foster............................2002, 03 Andrea Fox....................................1999 -GKathleen Gallagher........2001, 02, 03, 04 Jen Gens.......................................2003 Nancy Gillis....................................2003 Katie Gladchuk............1996, 97, 98, 99 Abby Gotfredson................2002, 03, 04 Sophia Gouraige............................2010 Sarah Gulliver................................1992 Virginia Gummersall.......... 2009, 10, 11 -HEmily Hannigan.................2006, 07, 08 Carrie Hargreaves...................1997, 98 Elizabeth Hays...............................1994 Clare Heffernan.............................1998 Lisa Henneberry..........1993, 94, 95, 96 Liz Herr....................................1999, 00 Kristen Hogan..........................1994, 95 Beth Holleran...............1992, 93, 94, 95 Kaitlyn Horsman............................2008 Kristen Horsman............................2008 Tara Hovey..............................2003, 04 Melissa Hug...................................1992 Amy Hyland...................................1992 Ann Hyland........................1992, 93, 94

NOTE: This list reflects the student-athletics who played at BC since women’s lacrosse became a varsity sport. Some information is incomplete and/or missing. If you have any additional information, please contact the Boston College Media Relations Department at (617) 552-3004.

-IKristin Igoe................... 2008, 09, 10, 11 Marissa Irwin.................................2010 -JKim Jacobs..............................2001, 02 Deirdre Johnson............................2000 Brannan Joyce.............2004, 05, 06, 07 -KElizabeth Kadison.........2004, 05, 06, 07 Carter Kahle............................2003, 04 Molly Kane.....................................2005 Katie Kaufman...................2000, 01, 02 Krissie Kelleher............1994, 95, 96, 97 Peyton Killeen..............2007, 08, 09, 10 Liza Kimball.......................1997, 98, 99 Romina King............................1998, 99 -LLiz Lane...................................1997, 98 Michelle Lawson..................2002, 0304 Courtney Legath..........2002, 03, 04, 05 Valerie Leuchs.........................1999, 00 Allie Lloyd................................2004, 05 Michelle Logan..............................1994 Krista Lombardi.......................2001, 02 Sue Long.................................1993, 94 Kerry Loper....................................2000 Julie Lufkin.........................1998, 99, 00 -MRyan MacLeod..............................1995 Elizabeth Maddock........................2007 Maura Mahoney...........2006, 07, 08, 09 Tina Margetis...............1995, 96, 97, 98 Caroline Martignetti................. 2010, 11 Jenna McCabe............2006, 07, 08, 09 Carroll McCaffrey.....................1996, 97 Megan McElvogue.........1994, 95, 96, 97 Gaffney McGrath.........1992, 93, 94, 95 Kelly McIntyre..............1993, 94, 95, 96 Tara McKennett...........2003, 04, 05, 06 Kelly McNelis................................. 2011 Alison Meagher........................ 2010, 11 Jennifer Meek..........................2002, 03 Lauren Meyers.............2000, 01, 02, 03 Kristen Midura...............................1997 Lauren Miller................1999, 00, 01, 02 Katie Monaghan.......... 2006, 07, 08, 0s Tara Morley..............................2001, 02 -OKristen O’Brien............1992, 93, 94, 95 Kara O’Connell.............................. 2011 Margaret O’Neill...........2001, 02, 03, 04 Victoria O’Kane..............................2003 Jessica Orsina.........................1999, 00

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Goals 1. Lauren Costello Sr. 2010 52 2. Susie Breaznell Sr. 2005 45 3. Kristin Igoe Sr. 2011 44 Brooke Blue Fr. 2010 44 5. Jenna McCabe Jr. 2008 43 6. Brittany Wilton Jr. 2011 42 Lauren Costello So. 2008 42 8. Kristin Igoe So. 2009 40 9. Lauren Miller Sr. 2002 41 10. Moira Barry Fr. 2011 38 Bryn Chave So. 1994 38 Jenna McCabe So. 2007 38 13. Lauren Fitzpatrick Jr. 2008 37 14. Lauren Costello Fr. 2007 36 15. Brooke Blue So. 2011 35 Kristin Igoe Jr. 2010 35 Susie Breaznell Jr. 2004 35 Carley St. Lucia So. 2003 35 Susie Breaznell Fr. 2002 35 20. Lauren Costello Jr. 2009 34 Assists 1. Lauren Miller So. 2000 41 2. Lauren Costello Sr. 2010 35 3. Lauren Miller Sr. 2002 35 4 Courtney Legath So. 2003 28 5. Jill Amo Sr. 2011 19 Shannon Doyle Sr. 1994 19 7. Kristin Igoe Sr. 2011 18 Lauren Costello Jr. 2009 18 Jenna McCabe Sr. 2009 18 10. Brittany Wilton Jr. 2011 16 Courtney Legath Jr. 2004 16 Points 1. Lauren Costello 2. Lauren Miller 3. Kristin Igoe 4. Brittany Wilton Lauren Costello 6. Brooke Blue Jenna McCabe 8. Lauren Costello 9. Jenna McCabe 10. Kristin Igoe Susie Breaznell 12. Bryn Chave 13. Brooke Blue 14. Courtney Legath Lauren Costello 16. Moira Barry Kristin Igoe 18. Jenna McCabe 19. Maura Mahoney Susie Breaznell Carley St. Lucia 12. Meggie O’Neill Lauren Fitzpatrick 24. Elizabeth Kadison Elizabeth Kadison Bryn Chave

Sr. 2010 91 Sr. 2002 76 Sr. 2011 62 Jr. 2011 58 So. 2008 58 Fr. 2010 55 Jr. 2008 55 Jr. 2009 52 Sr. 2009 51 So. 2009 50 Sr. 2005 50 So. 1994 49 So. 2011 48 So. 2003 47 Fr. 2007 47 Fr. 2011 46 Jr. 2010 46 So. 2007 45 Sr. 2009 44 Fr. 2002 44 So. 2003 44 Jr. 2003 42 Jr. 2008 42 Jr. 2006 40 Sr. 2007 40 Sr. 1996 40

Ground Balls* 1. Jacklyn Yovankin 2. Carley St. Lucia 3. Courtney Legath 4. Alan Vivolo 5. Lauren Meyers 6. Jacklyn Yovankin Susie Breaznell Nancy Gillis 9. Katy Finch Christine Curley Melissa Hug 12. Meggie O’Neill Lauren Miller Carley St. Lucia

So. 2003 89 So. 2003 57 So. 2003 55 Fr. 2003 50 Jr. 2002 49 Fr. 2002 47 So. 2003 47 Fr. 2003 47 Sr. 1992 44 So. 1992 44 Sr. 1992 44 So. 2002 42 Sr. 2002 42 Jr. 2004 42

Draw Controls 1. Brittany Wilton 2. Maura Mahoney 3. Emily Ryan 4. Emily Ryan 5. Maura Mahoney 6. Jenna McCabe 7. Christine Curley 8. Chrissie DeMichele Jacklyn Yovankin 10. Jacklyn Yovankin 11. Jacklyn Yovankin 12. Katherine Caufield 13. Emily Ryan Lizette Blohm

Jr. 2011 99 So. 2007 73 Jr. 2000 54 Sr. 2001 53 Sr, 2009 44 So. 2007 41 Sr. 1994 39 Sr. 2002 37 Fr. 2002 37 Sr. 2005 36 So. 2003 34 So. 2010 33 Fr. 1998 32 Jr. 2005 32

Saves 1. Megan McElvogue 2. Megan McElvogue 3. Megan McElvogue 4. Megan McElvogue 5. Katie Monaghan 6. Katie Monaghan 7. Laura Biggs 8. Katie Monaghan 9. Sheila Serafino 10. Sheila Serafino 11. Tara McKennet 12. Katie Monaghan

Sr. 1997 289 Fr. 1994 284 So. 1995 235 Jr. 1996 174 Sr. 2009 163 So. 2007 160 Jr. 1992 144 Jr. 2008 139 Sr. 2011 133 Jr. 2010 125 So. 2004 107 Fr. 2006 105

Save Percentage (played 20% of mins.) 1. Megan McElvogue So. 1995 .695 2. Megan McElvogue Fr. 1994 .644 3. Laura Biggs Jr. 1992 .615 4. Megan McElvogue Jr. 1996 .590 5. Katie Monaghan Sr. 2009 .495 6. Tara McKennet Fr. 2003 .491 7. Rachel Zeller So. 2002 .481 8. Michelle Lawson Fr. 2002 .472 9. Katie Monaghan So. 2007 .466 10. Sheila Serafino Jr. 2010 .460 11. Courtney Zwirko So. 2006 .459 12. Tara McKennet Jr. 2005 .457

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Goals 1. Lauren Costello 07-10 2. Susie Breaznell 02-05 3. Lauren Miller 99-02 4. Emily Ryan 98-01 5. Jenna McCabe 06-09 6. Kristin Igoe 08-pr. 7. Carley St. Lucia 02-05 8. Bryn Chave 93-96 9. Lauren Fitzpatrick 06-09 10. Elizabeth Kadison 04-07 11. Brooke Blue 10-pr. 11. Meggie O’Neill 01-04 12. Brittany Wilton 09-pr. Courtney Legath 02-05 14. Danielle Wood 95-98 15. Christine Curley 92-94 16. Hannah Alley 08-11 Emily Hannigan 06-09. 18. Gaffney McGrath 92-95 Chrissie DeMichele 99-02 Assists 1. Lauren Miller 99-02 2. Lauren Costello 07-10 3. Courtney Legath 02-05 4. Jenna McCabe 06-09 5. Maura Mahoney 06-09 Emily Ryan 98-01 7. Kristin Igoe 08-pr. 8. Meggie O’Neill 01-04 9. Carley St. Lucia 02-05 10. Elizabeth Kadison 04-07 11. Bryn Chave 93-96 12. Brittany Wilton 09-pr. Jill Amo 08-11 Maggie Berkery 95-98 Shannon Doyle 92-94 Points 1. Lauren Miller 2. Lauren Costello 3. Jenna McCabe 4. Emily Ryan 5. Susie Breaznell 6. Kristin Igoe 7. Carley St. Lucia 8. Courtney Legath Bryn Chave 10. Elizabeth Kadison 11. Meggie O’Neill 12. Brooke Blue 13. Brittany Wilton 12. Danielle Wood 13. Maggie Berkery 14. Christine Curley

99-02 07-10 06-09 98-01 02-05 08-pr. 02-05 02-05 93-96 04-07 01-04 10-pr. 09-pr. 95-98 95-98 92-94

164 147 144 132 130 119 117 100 87 83 79 78 73 73 69 59 56 56 54 54 128 74 65 48 41 41 39 38 36 35 32 29 29 29 29 272 248 178 173 171 158 153 138 132 118 116 103 102 93 80 77

Draw Controls 1. Maura Mahoney 2. Emily Ryan 3. Brittany Wilton 4. Jacklyn Yovankin 5. Jenna McCabe 6. Christine Curley

06-09 98-01 09-pr. 02-05 06-09 92-94

172 163 136 125 105 75

Ground Balls* 1. Jacklyn Yovankin 2. Carley St. Lucia 3. Lauren Meyers 4. Emily Ryan 5. Alana Vivolo 6. Jamie Baldante 7. Lauren Miller 8. Courtney Legath 9. Susie Breaznell 10. Chrissie DeMichele

02-05 02-05 00-03 98-01 03-06 97-00 99-02 02-05 02-05 99-02

201 165 161 133 130 130 126 119 118 116

Saves (minimum 12 games) 1 Megan McElvogue 2. Katie Monaghan 3. Melissa Cole 4. Laura Biggs 5. Sheila Serafino 6. Tara McKennett 7. Rachel Zeller 8. Valerie Leuchs 9. Courtney Zwirko 10. Michelle Lawson

94-97 06-09 98-00 92-93 08-11 03-06 01-02 99-00 05-08 02-04

982 567 396 337 280 264 218 168 135 131

* - Statistical definition of “ground ball” changed to only be recorded when the ball changes possession. This was not the earlier definition of the term.

100 POINT CLUB PLAYER YEARS GM* PTS 1. Lauren Miller 99-02 26 272 2. Lauren Costello 07-10 34 248 3. Kristin Igoe 08-pr. 35 158 Brooke Blue 10-pr. 35 103 5. Emily Ryan 98-01 37 173 6. Susie Breaznell 02-05 38 171 Courtney Legath 02-05 38 138 8. Carley St. Lucia 02-05 40 153 9. Jenna McCabe 06-09 42 178 10. Brittany Wilton 09-pr. 49 102 11. Maura Mahoney 06-09 62 113 12. Lauren Fitzpatrick 06-09 65 106

CURRENT PLAYERS APPROACHING 100 POINTS PLAYER Sam Taylor Moira Barry

YEARS GM* PTS 09-pr. 51 59 11-pr. 19 46

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Most Goals 1. 7 Lauren Costello at Harvard ..................... April 30, 2008 2. 6 15x, last Brooke Blue vs. Canisius ......Feb. 26, 2010 3. 5 39x, last Kristin Igoe vs. VA Tech ....... April 21, 2011

* - Statistical definition of “ground ball” changed to only be recorded when the ball changes possession. This was not the earlier definition of the term.

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Most Assists 1. 9 Lauren Costello vs. Iona College .............. April 7, 2010 2. 6 Lauren Costello at Jacksonville ............... March 2, 200 6 Courtney Legath at Stony Brook ............ March 4, 2004 6 Lauren Miller at La Salle ........................ March 7, 2002 6 Lauren Miller at Virginia Tech .................... April 6, 2002 6. 5 Elizabeth Kadison at Vermont .............. March 21, 2007 5 Lauren Miller vs. Stanford ....................... April 22, 2001 5 Lauren Miller at St. Joseph’s ................ March 19, 2000 9. 4 Jill Amo at Vermont ................................. April 17, 2011 4 Lauren Fitzpatrick at Siena ..................... April 14, 2009 4 Maura Mahoney at St. Mary’s (CA) ........ March 2, 2008 4 Meggie O’Neill vs. Fairfield ..................... April 27, 2004 4 Courtney Legath vs. California ................. April 6, 2003 4 Lauren Miller vs. Sacred Heart ................. April 2, 2002 4 Lauren Miller vs. Denver ......................... Feb. 21, 2000 4 Shannon Doyle vs. Brown .................... March 24, 1994

Most Draw Controls 1. 9 Maura Mahoney at Virginia Tech .......... March 18, 2007 9 Maura Mahoney vs. Harvard ................ March 11, 2007 9 Emily Ryan vs. Harvard ....................... March 14, 2001 4. 8 Brittany Wilton at Vermont .................. April 17, 2011 8 Brittany Wilton vs. Harvard ...............March 17, 2011 6. 7 Maura Mahoney at Boston U. .............. March 29, 2006 7 Jackie Yovankin vs. Holy Cross ................ April 8, 2002 7 Emily Ryan at New Hampshire ............... April 20, 2000 7 Emily Santos at Villanova .................... March 14, 1998 7 Danielle Wood at St. Joseph’s ............. March 16, 1996 7 Christine Curley at Springfield ............. March 22, 1994

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Most Points 1. 11 Lauren Miller vs. Stanford ....................... April 22, 2001 2. 10 Lauren Costello vs. Iona ........................... April 7, 2010 10 Lauren Costello at Jacksonville ............. March 2, 2010 10 Lauren Miller at La Salle ........................ March 7, 2002 10 Lauren Miller at VA Tech ........................... April 6, 2002 6. 9 Courtney Legath at Stony Brook ............ March 4, 2004 9 Lauren Miller at Albany ............................. April 7, 2001 9 Lauren Miller vs. New Hampshire ........... April 18, 2001 9 Lauren Miller vs. Denver ......................... April 20, 2001 10. 8 12x, last Brooke Blue at Vermont ....... April 17, 2011

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Most Ground Balls* 1. 16 Jackie Yovankin at Connecticut ................ May 4, 2003 2. 15 Lisa Taylor at New Hampshire .................. April 6, 1994 15 Alex Doyle vs. Rutgers ............................ April 22, 1995 4. 14 Beth Holleran vs. Villanova ....................... April 9, 1995 5. 13 Shannon Doyle vs. Cornell ..................... April 24, 1994 6. 12 Beth Holleran vs. Cornell ........................ April 24, 1994 7. 11 Joanie Solimine at Springfield .............. March 22, 1994 11 Lisa Taylor vs. Brown ........................... March 24, 1994 11 Lisa Taylor vs. Cornell ............................. April 24, 1994 11 Alex Doyle at Cornell .............................. April 12, 1995 11 Krissie Kelleher at Cornell ....................... April 12, 1995 11 Kristen O’Brien at Yale ............................ April 26, 1995

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Most Saves 1. 34 Megan McElvogue at Yale ...................... April 26, 1995 2. 27 Megan McElvogue vs. Villanova .......... March 15, 1997 3. 27 Megan McElvogue vs. St. Joseph’s .......... April 4, 1997 4. 27 Megan McElvogue at Temple .................... April 6, 1997 5. 25 Megan McElvogue at Dartmouth ............ April 21, 1994 25 Megan McElvogue vs. Virginia .................. May 1, 1994 7. 24 Melissa Cole at New Hampshire ............. April 22, 1998 24 Megan McElvogue vs. Harvard ............ March 15, 1995 24 Megan McElvogue at Massachusetts ..... April 29, 1995 10. 23 Valerie Leuchs at Boston University .... March 22, 2000 23 Melissa Cole vs. Cornell ......................... April 19, 1998 23 Megan McElvogue vs. Yale ....................... May 7, 1994

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COLLEGE TEAM SEASON RECORDS Wins 1. 12............................. 2011 12............................. 2010 3. 10............................. 2005 4. 9............................... 2009 9............................... 2003 6. 8............................... 2006 8............................... 2002 8............................... 1994 8............................... 1996 10. 7............................... 2008 Losses 1. 11............................. 2007 11............................. 2004 11............................. 1999 11............................. 1998 5. 10............................. 2008 10............................. 2000 10............................. 1998 8. 9............................... 2009 9............................... 2006 9............................... 2002 9............................... 2001 9............................... 1993

Most Caused Turnovers (since 1999) 1. 228........................... 2002 2. 201........................... 2000 3. 199........................... 2009 4. 175........................... 2003 5. 152........................... 2008 152........................... 2001 7. 148........................... 2007 8. 146........................... 2011 9. 133........................... 2004 10. 128........................... 2010 128........................... 2006 Most Goals Scored 1. 232........................... 2011 232........................... 2010 3. 220........................... 2009 4. 191........................... 2008 191........................... 2002 6. 185........................... 2007 7. 178........................... 2005 8. 168........................... 2006 9. 162........................... 2000 10. 161........................... 2001

Most Groundballs* 1. 1031......................... 1994 2. 935........................... 1995 3. 540........................... 2003 4. 501........................... 2000 5. 457........................... 1993 6. 402........................... 2001 7. 393........................... 1992 8. 336........................... 2004 9. 317........................... 2006 10. 316........................... 2009

Most Goals Allowed 1. 229........................... 1999 2. 214........................... 2007 3. 204........................... 2006 4. 196........................... 2008 5. 193 .......................... 2000 6. 186........................... 2004 7. 182........................... 2009 182........................... 2002 182........................... 1997 10. 181........................... 1998

Longest Win Streak 1. 6............................... 2011 6............................... 2010 3. 5............................... 2003 4. 4........................2005 (2x) 4............................... 2006 4............................... 2004 4............................... 2002 4............................... 1996 9. 3............................... 2001 3............................... 1994

Most Draw Controls 1. 240........................... 2007 2. 228........................... 2010 3. 225........................... 2011 4. 211........................... 2009 211........................... 2008 6. 209........................... 2002 7. 188........................... 2001 8. 187........................... 2005 9. 179........................... 2006 10. 156........................... 2004

Longest Losing Streak 1. 7............................... 1998 2. 6............................... 2004 6............................... 1999 4. 5............................... 2000 5............................... 1995 6. 4............................... 2009 4............................... 2007 4............................... 2002 4............................... 2001 10. 3............................... 2011

TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Largest Margin of Victory 1. 18 (21-3) vs. Albany (April 26, 2002) 2. 17 (20-3) at St. Mary’s (CA) (March 2, 2008) 3. 16 (20-4) at Bryant (February 20, 2010) 16 (17-1) vs. Massachusetts (March 30, 1993) 5. 15 (20-5) vs. Siena (March 5, 2010) 15 (19-4) vs. Stanford (April 22, 2001) 7. 14 (17-3) vs. Virginia Tech (April 21, 2011) 14 (18-4) at Yale (March 2, 2011) 14 (19-5) at Holy Cross (April 20, 2005) 14 (17-3) vs. Sacred Heart (April 2, 2002) 11. 13 (15-2) vs. Bryant (April 17, 2009) 13 (15-2) vs. Denver (April 11, 2003) 13 (16-3) vs. Holy Cross (April 19, 1995) Largest Margin of Defeat 1. 20 (4-24) at Harvard (March 16, 1994) 2. 17 (3-20) at Georgetown (April 10, 2004) 3. 16 (5-21) at North Carolina (March 4, 1997) 4. 15 (2-17) at Dartmouth (May 4, 2005) 15 (3-18) at Virginia (March 12, 2006) 15 (3-18) vs. Georgetown (March 28, 2001) 7. 14 (5-19) vs. Duke (April 15, 2006) 14 (2-16) vs. Dartmouth (May 3, 2006) 14 (7-21) at Rutgers (March 27, 1999) 14 (3-17) vs. Temple (March 26, 1998) 14 (3-17) at Dartmouth (April 1, 1998) 12. 13 (10-23) vs. Maryland (Feb. 24, 2008) 13 (8-21) vs. Maryland (April 27, 2006) 13 (10-23) at Georgetown (April 14, 2002) 13 (5-18) vs. Dartmouth (March 31, 1999)

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OPPONENTS COLLEGE ALBANY GREAT DANES

BOSTON UNIVERSITY TERRIERS

CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS

MARCH 14, 3 P.M.

APRIL 11, 4 P.M.

APRIL 14, 1 P.M.

2011 Record: 9-7 Coach: Katie Woods (1 yr, 9-7)

2011 Record: 8-9 Coach: Liz Robertshaw (5 yrs, 65-31)

2011 Record: 9-8 Coach: Ginger Miles (1 yr, 9-8)

SID: Matt Lee (matthew.2.lee@uconn.edu) Web: www.uconnhuskies.com

SID: Mike Marfione (marfione@bu.edu) Web: www.goterriers.com

SID: Dean Caparaz (dcaparaz@berkeley.edu) Web: www.calbears.com

BC vs. UConn: UConn leads series, 7-6 First Meeting: 1998 (BC, 16-6) Last Meeting: 2011 (BC, 11-8)

BC vs. BU: BU leads series, 8-4 First Meeting: 1997 (BC, 15-8) Last Meeting: 2011 (BC, 10-7)

BC vs. Cal: BC leads series, 1-0 First Meeting: 2003 (BC, 9-8) Last Meeting: --

CONNECTICUT HUSKIES

DUKE BLUE DEVILS

HARVARD CRIMSON

FEBRUARY 29, 3 P.M.

APRIL 7, TBD

MARCH 21, 7 P.M.

2011 Record: 9-7 Coach: Katie Woods (1 yr, 9-7)

2011 Record: 15-5 Coach: Kerstin Kimel (16 yrs, 204-97)

2011 Record: 10-6 Coach: Lisa Miller (4 yrs, 33-30)

SID: Ashley Wolf (awolf@duaa.duke.edu) Web: www.goduke.com

SID: Andrew Chesebro (chesebro@fas.harvard.edu) Web: www.gocrimson.com

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SID: Matt Lee (matthew.2.lee@uconn.edu) Web: www.uconnhuskies.com BC vs. UConn: UConn leads series, 7-6 First Meeting: 1998 (BC, 16-6) Last Meeting: 2011 (BC, 11-8)

BC vs. Duke: Duke leads series, 10-0 First Meeting: 1997 (Duke, 7-6) Last Meeting: 2011 (Duke, 14-11)

BC vs. Harvard: Harvard leads series, 13-6 First Meeting: 1992 (Harvard, 14-6) Last Meeting: 2011 (BC, 15-10)

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BC vs. Hofstra: Series tied, 4-4 First Meeting: 1992 (BC, 2-1) Last Meeting: 2011 (BC, 14-9)

HOFSTRA PRIDE

HOLY CROSS CRUSADERS

MARYLAND TERRAPINS

FEBRUARY 25, 1 P.M.

FEBRUARY 17, 3 P.M.

MARCH 17, NOON

2011 Record: 6-10 Coach: Abby Morgan (5 yrs, 47-38)

2011 Record: 6-11 Coach: Stephanie Ridolfi (9 yrs, 74-84)

2011 Record: 21-1 Coach: Cathy Reese (5 yrs, 98-10)

SID: Jim Wrobel (jwrobel@holycross.edu) Web: www.goholycross.com

SID: Dave Gunn (dgunn@admin.umass.edu) Web: www.umassathletics.com

BC vs. HC: BC leads series, 14-3 First Meeting: 1994 (BC, 13-8) Last Meeting: 2011 (BC, 12-7)

BC vs. UM: UM leads series, 8-0 First Meeting: 2006 (UM, 2-0) Last Meeting: 2011 (UM, 20-9)

SID: Stephen A. Gorchov (stephen.a.gorchov@hofstra.edu) Web: www.gohofstra.com

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2011 Record: 8-9 Coach: Michael Daly (2 yrs, 18-16)

2011 Record: 15-6 Coach: Jenny Levy (16 yrs, 209-88)

2011 Record: 10-8 Coach: Gary Gait (57-23)

SID: Doug Poole (doug.poole@unh.edu) Web: www.unhwildcats.com

SID: Matt Bowers (mattbowers@unc.edu) Web: www.tarheelblue.cstv.com

SID: Susie Mehringer (skmehrin@syr.edu) Web: www.suathletics.com

BC vs. UNH: UNH leads series, 9-5 First Meeting: 1992 (UNH, 7-3) Last Meeting: 2011 (BC, 14-9)

BC vs. UNC: UNC leads series, 7-1 First Meeting: 1997 (UNC, 21-5) Last Meeting: 2011 (UNC, 15-10)

BC vs. SU: SU leads series, 8-0 First Meeting: 1998 (SU, 16-8) Last Meeting: 2005(SU, 11-4)

VANDERBILT COMMODORES

VERMONT CATAMOUNTS

VIRGINIA CAVALIERS

MARCH 7, NOON

APRIL 4, 4 P.M.

MARCH 31, 1 P.M.

2011 Record: 8-8 Coach: Cathy Swezey (14 yrs, 122-108)

2011 Record: 8-9 Coach: Jennifer Johnson (8 yrs, 52-79)

2011 Record: 9-9 Coach: Julie Myers (15 yrs, 220-77)

SID: Chris Weinman (chris.weinman@vanderbilt.edu) Web: www.vucommodores.com

SID: Lisa Champagne (lisa.champagne@uvm.edu) Web: www.uvmathletics.com

YALE BULLDOGS

MARCH 10, 1 P.M.

APRIL 28, 1 P.M.

2011 Record: 10-8 Coach: Megan Burker (1 yr, 10-8)

2011 Record: 3-12 Coach: Anne Phillips (3 yrs, 14-32)

SID: Rachel Perreault (rachelp5@vt.edu) Web: www.hockiesports.com

SID: Sam Rubin (sam.rubin@yale.edu) Web: www.yalebulldogs.com

BC vs. VT: BC leads series, 7-4 First Meeting: 2001 ( VT, 16-13) Last Meeting: 2011 (BC, 17-3, ACC)

BC vs. Yale: Yale leads series, 10-2 First Meeting: 1992 (BC, 7-5) Last Meeting: 2011 (BC, 18-4)

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BC vs. UVA: UVA leads series, 6-1 First Meeting: 1994 (UVA, 8-5) Last Meeting: 2011 (BC, 12-6)

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BC vs. UVM: BC leads series, 6-2 First Meeting: 1993 (UVM, 9-4) Last Meeting: 2011 (BC, 20-8)

HISTORY

BC vs. Vandy: 2012 marks first meeting First Meeting: -Last Meeting: --

SID: Amanda McClure (amanda@virginia.edu) Web: www.virginiasports.com

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MARCH 24, 1 P.M.

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MAY 1, 4 P.M.

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“Community service is part of our team’s backbone. We, as a group, truly take the saying ‘men and women for others’ to heart. Be it at the Franciscan Children’s Hospital or with our adopted Friends of Jaclyn teammate Jude and her family, it really drives home how lucky we are. We get to play the sport we love while attending a great school, which is something we can’t and shouldn’t take for granted.” – Catherine Conway “I am proud to be part of an active group of student-athletes who are always looking to help out in the community, no matter what work is needed.” – Moira Barry “Giving back to the community is one of the best parts about BC Athletics. The community service projects that we participate in help us maintain perspective and stay grateful for our opportunities at BC.” – Ali Meagher “It feels so great to be a part of the team that works so hard on the field and around campus, volunteering for things like the Red Bandanna Run and Light the Night. I cannot wait to spend the next four years here.” – Emily Mata “I’ll always remember the volunteer service I have done with the BC lacrosse team. It is amazing what we can do when we all come together for a common cause.” – Claire Blohm

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NEWTON CAMPUS SOCCER/LACROSSE COMPLEX

COACHES PLAYERS REVIEW HISTORY The artificial playing surface made its regular-season debut on Aug. 29, 2008 against Boston University.

Completely updated in 2008, the Newton Campus Soccer/Lacrosse Complex features a newly installed Polytan artificial playing surface.

Overall, the field is entering its 12th year in existence. It spent the first eight seasons as a natural grass pitch before switching to the artificial turf. Lights were added to the field prior to the 2003 campaign.

Polytan surfaces are used at the World Cup Stadium in Stuttgart, Germany, the Olympic Stadium in Munich, and on many fields both at the collegiate level and internationally.

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With the addition of the Polytan artificial playing surface, coupled with offseason updates that include permanent team benches canopied to guard against the elements and a 30-seat, enclosed press box complete with a roof-deck video-filming area, Boston College is proud to boast a brand new state-of-the-art facility.

With its close proximity to the freshmen dorms, the “Superfans,” BC’s collective student fan base, frequent games to provide a boisterous and exciting atmosphere. Decked in bright gold t-shirts, Superfans, friends and family alike sit near the action, and the close tree line provides an intimate atmosphere for soccer and lacrosse matches.

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Athletic Recruiting ranked Boston College 13th among NCAA Division I universities in its annual power rankings, which assess the combined academic and athletics standards of all NCAA athletic programs across the country. DeFilippo has undertaken an impressive overhaul of BC’s athletics facilities that includes new football practice facilities, a total renovation of Conte Forum, including a new sound system, floor and video boards, new soccer, field hockey and lacrosse stadiums on the Newton campus, new Field Turf for Alumni Stadium, and an air-inflated bubble to cover the stadium turf to provide an indoor practice facility for all sports during the winter months.

Since Gene DeFilippo became Director of Athletics in September of 1997, he has led the BC athletics program to an unprecedented period of innovation, growth, fundraising, athletic and academic success. He also led the program through one of the most significant periods in its history as it transitioned to full membership in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Under DeFilippo’s leadership, Boston College student-athletes’ achievements in the classroom have become an immense source of pride for the University and its supporters. Twentyone Boston College sports teams received a perfect Graduation Success Rate score of 100, according to data released by the NCAA last November. That figure represents the most teams with a perfect 100 score of any Division I intercollegiate athletics program in the country for the second consecutive year. In addition, BC football – with a score of 90 – was one of only six FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision) programs in the country to receive a score of 90 or better.

hockey team advanced to the Frozen Four. In 2010, the men’s ice hockey team captured its fourth national championship (its third since 2001). In 2008, the men’s soccer team captured both the ACC regular-season and tournament championships and entered the NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament as the overall No. 1 seed. From 1993-97, DeFilippo served as director of athletics at Villanova University. He served as Associate Director of Athletics at the University of Kentucky from 1987-93, Director of Athletics at the University of South Carolina-Spartanburg from 1984-87 and Director of Administrative Services at Vanderbilt University from 1983-84.

DeFilippo was instrumental in raising money to build the privately funded $27 million, 72,000-square-foot Yawkey Athletics Center, which houses the football program, the Office of Learning Resources for Student-Athletes, and a large function area for general University use. After football moved into the Yawkey Center, BC undertook a multi-million dollar renovation Conte Forum to provide additional locker room and office space for many of BC’s 31 varsity sports.

His coaching experience includes three years as offensive backfield coach at Vanderbilt (1980-82), which included the 1982 Hall of Fame Bowl. From 1975-79, he was offensive coordinator at Youngstown State University, during which time the team won two consecutive Mid-Continent Conference championships, 1978-79. In 1973-74, he was graduate assistant football coach for the University of Tennessee, coaching in the 1973 Gator Bowl and 1974 Liberty Bowl.

DeFilippo renamed the Athletics Association’s fundraising arm (formerly Blue Chips) in honor of longtime Athletics Director Bill Flynn. Alumni, parents and friends of Boston College contributed nearly $20 million during the past year including more than 40 commitments of $100,000 or more in support of intercollegiate athletics. During the Light the World Campaign, DeFilippo has led an athletics fundraising effort that has totaled more than $150 million.

A 1973 graduate of Springfield College with a Bachelor of Science degree, DeFilippo earned three varsity letters as a quarterback in football during his undergraduate career. He received a master’s degree in educational administration from the University of Tennessee in 1974.

Anne and Gene DeFilippo cemented their commitment to Boston College by announcing their pledge of $100,000 to endow a scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded annually to a female student-athlete who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement and financial need. In athletics competition, DeFilippo has overseen some of the most successful seasons in Boston College Athletics history. During the 2010-11 season, the football team appeared in a school-record 12th consecutive bowl game, the women’s soccer team advanced to its first Final Four and the women’s ice

He was recently named the 2010 recipient of the New England Prep School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Martin Williams Souders Award, presented annually to a graduate of a New England independent school who made a distinguished record in sports and who since made a distinguished record in life through his/ her ideals, leaderships and accomplishments. Past recipients have included George H.W. Bush, Sargent Shriver, Michael Erizione, Dee Rowe, Bill Cleary, and former BC Athletics Director Bill Flynn. DeFilippo and his wife, Anne, are the parents of three children – Christine Eldred (married to Matt Eldred), John and Mary and recently welcomed their first grandchild, Katherine Eldred.

In May, Boston College’s varsity sports teams scored big when the NCAA released its annual Academic Progress Rate report. The average APR score of the 28 BC teams that were counted was 989 - 19 points above the national average (970). Every BC team scored 960 or above, and six teams - men’s fencing, men’s golf, men’s skiing, women’s lacrosse, women’s skiing and women’s tennis - scored a perfect 1,000. Boston College’s football team scored a 971 - a full 25 points above the national average. The men’s basketball team scored a 972 - 27 points above the national average. “Boston College is, above all, an academic institution,” DeFilippo said. “We want to field competitive sports teams, and we want to win, which our teams do. But when we recruit student-athletes, we tell them they have an opportunity to receive a degree from one of the greatest universities in the country, and our mission is to ensure that they are successful. We are extremely proud of our student-athletes’ accomplishments in the classroom.” Last year, 349 BC student-athletes maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or better, earning the Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Excellence. BC’s graduation rate for all studentathletes has consistently ranked in the nation’s top ten. NCSA

The DeFilippo Family: Matt Eldred, Katherine Eldred, Christine (DeFilippo) Eldred, Anne, Gene, Mary and John.

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Friday, February 17

at Holy Cross

4:00PM

Tuesday, February 21

at Syracuse

4:00PM

Saturday, February 25

HOFSTRA

1:00PM

Wednesday, February 29

at UConn

3:00PM

Wednesday, March 7

at Vanderbilt

12:00PM

Saturday, March 10

VA TECH

12:00PM

Wednesday, March 14

at Albany

3:00PM

Saturday, March 17

at Maryland

12:00PM

Wednesday, March 21

at Harvard

7:00PM

Saturday, March 24

NORTH CAROLINA

1:00PM

Saturday, March 31

at Virginia

1:00PM

Wednesday, April 4

VERMONT

4:00PM

Saturday, April 7

at Duke

Wednesday, April 11

at Boston University

4:00PM

Saturday, April 14

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Friday, April 20

ACC Championship First Round^

TBD

Saturday, April 21

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TBD

Monday, April 23

ACC Championship Finals^

TBD

Saturday, April 28

YALE

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NEW HAMPSHIRE

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