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QUICK FACTS GENERAL Name of school:................................................Adrian College City, State, Zip:............................................. Adrian, MI 49221 Founded:...........................................................................1859 Enrollment:.......................................................................1,700 Nickname:...................................................................Bulldogs School Colors:......................................................Black & Gold Home Facility:................................................ Docking Stadium Capacity:...........................................................................3,000 Affiliation:...................................................... NCAA Division III Conference:....... Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association President:................................................ Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking Vice President for Enrollment:............................... Frank Hribar Director of Athletics:............................................Michael Duffy Office Phone:.....................................(517) 265-5161 ext. 3997 Admin. Assistant:............................................... DeAnne Lewin Office Phone:.....................................(517) 265-5161 ext. 4210 SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director:............................Ryan Thompson Alma Mater, Year:............................. Grand Valley State (1999) SID e-mail:........................................... rthompson@adrian.edu SID office phone:...............................................(517) 264-3280 SID cell phone:..................................................(517) 438-0995 SID fax number:.................................................(517) 264-3802 Website:........................................... www.adrianbulldogs.com Assistant SID (W-Lacrosse Contact):....................Ryan Hornack Phone Number:.................................(517) 265-5161 ext. 5471 E-Mail Address:.......................................rhornack@adrian.edu COACHING AND SUPPORT STAFF Head Coach:................................................... Melissa Nakasuji Record at Adrian:....................................0-0 (1st season at AC) Women’s Lacrosse Office Number:...(517) 265-5161 ext. 5000 E-Mail Address:.....................................mnakasuji@adrian.edu Best time to reach Coach Nakasuji:............................Mornings Athletic Trainer:.................................................. Rachel Wright Office Phone:.....................................(517) 265-5161 ext. 4566 TEAM INFORMATION First year of Women’s Lacrosse: .......................................2008 All-time record:.......................................................80-25 (.762) 2013 Overall Record: .........................................................17-3 2013 MIAA Record/Finish: ......................................... 6-0/First All-Americans:.........................................................................4 MIAA Players of the Year: .......................................................1 All-MIAA Players: ....................................................................7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ............................................ 9/8 Newcomers: .........................................................................10

CREDITS The 2014 Adrian College Women’s Lacrosse Media Guide was written and compiled by Ryan Hornack, assistant sports information director and Ryan Thompson, sports information director. Photography by Dave Pearcy and Mike Dickie. Front and back cover design by Ryan Thompson. Inside covers designed by Josh Morey. Printing done by Precision Business Solutions in Perrysburg, Ohio. Information included in this publication is current as of March 4, 2014.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts....................................... 3 Adrian College.............................. 4-6 Docking Stadium.............................. 7 2014 Rosters..................................... 8 Coaching Staff ................................. 9 Player Bios................................. 10-13 2013 Stats....................................... 14 Career Records............................... 15 MIAA Year in Review...................... 16 Year-by-Year Results................... 17-18 2014 SCHEDULE Mar. 5 Mar. 8 Mar. 12 Mar. 15 Mar. 18 Mar. 22 Mar. 28 Mar. 29 Apr. 2 Apr. 5 Apr. 8 Apr. 12 Apr. 16 Apr. 22 Apr. 24 Apr. 26 May 1 May 3

@ Sewanee 7:00 PM vs. Denison 1:00 PM OBERLIN 7:00 PM AUGUSTANA (ILL.) 1:00 PM @ Wittenberg 5:00 PM @ Brockport St. 2:00 PM KEUKA 1:00 PM MOUNT UNION 4:00 PM ALMA 4:00 PM @ Calvin 1:00 PM KALAMAZOO 7:00 PM @ St. Mary’s 1:00 PM @ Hope 6:00 PM @ Olivet 4:30 PM TRINE 7:00 PM ALBION 12:00 PM MIAA Tournament TBA MIAA Tournament TBA

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DOCKING STADIUM Adrian College boasts one of the finest stadiums in NCAA Division III. The Bulldogs opened the Multi-Sport Performance Stadium in 2006 and renamed it Docking Stadium in 2013. The Adrian College lacrosse, soccer, and football teams call this place home.

The Adrian College Bulldogs have the “crown jewel” of Division III stadiums. The stadium is entering its seventh year of existence on the campus of Adrian College and is a premier facility. The stadium was renamed in 2013 to honor current Adrian College president Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking. The $6.5 million dollar masterpiece was completed in time for the beginning of the 2006 season. The women’s lacrosse team has enjoyed a .841 winning percentage (37-7) in the stadium since their inaugural 2008 season and will look to continue their success into the 2014 campaign. Not only do the lacrosse teams enjoy this facility, but Adrian College’s soccer and football teams also play their home games at Docking Stadium. The stadium seats approximately 3,000 fans with 2,500 chairback seats on the home side and an additional 500 bleacher seats on the visitor side. Features include state-of-the-art ProGrass turf, stadium lighting, a fully-wired press box, and an end-zone section for student seating. In

addition, there is the James F. Thomas Pavilion which is used for a variety of events including alumni gatherings on game-days. In the 1950s, the campus had a stadium that was located next to Caine Student Center (then called Ridge Gymnasium). It was later razed to make way for new academic buildings. The College entered a cooperative arrangement in the 1960’s to use the new high school stadium, which the College helped build. The Bulldogs played their home games at Maple Stadium for over four decades before the 2006 season. “The Mape” was the site for several classic battles over the years. The funds for the project were raised through the Adrian College Development Office. Architectural services were provided by Hastings & Chivetta, an industry leader in higher education facilities. The firm designed the Merillat Sport & Fitness Center on campus. Construction management was provided by the Douglas Company.

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2014 ROSTERS NUMERICAL No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. 1 Laurel Van’t Hof D 5-5 Sr. 3 Maddie Dugan A 5-2 Sr. 7 Nichole Laflamme A 5-3 So. 8 Christine Campbell MF 5-2 Fr. 9 Christina DeSantis A 5-9 Fr. 11 Amanda Hassle D 5-4 Fr. 12 Michelle Sandlin D 5-9 Jr. 13 Lydia Reedy D 5-2 So. 14 Jennifer Caird A 5-4 Fr. 15 Amanda Clapper D 5-8 Fr. 17 Katie Barnes D 5-9 So. 18 Nicol Parker MF/D 5-11 Sr. 19 Sarah Connelly MF 5-3 Sr. 20 Brianna Plester MF 5-9 Fr. 22 Lisa Lemm A 5-5 Fr. 23 Alicia Tait MF 5-6 Fr. 24 TaShina Salas A 5-7 So. 32 Hannah Early MF 5-5 Sr. 57 Jul Tehovnik GK 5-7 Sr.

Hometown - High School Park City, Utah - Park City Rochester Hills, Mich. - Notre Dame Prep White Lake, Mich. - Lakeland Columbus, Ohio - Olentangy Grand Blanc, Mich. - Grand Blanc Dowagiac, Mich. - Dowagiac Union Baltimore, Md. - Dundalk DeWitt, Mich. - East Lansing Angus, Ont. - Nottawasaga Secondary Kalamazoo, Mich. - Comstock Warren, Mich. - Cousino St. Johns, Mich. - St. Johns Commerce, Mich. - Lakeland Orangeville, Ont. - Orangeville Secondary Clinton Township, Mich. - Chippewa Valley Oshawa, Ont. - Monsignor Paul Dwyer Denver, Colo. - East Shelburne, Ont. - Centre Dufferin Sewickley, Pa. - Sewickley Academy

ALPHABETICAL No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. 17 Katie Barnes D 5-9 So. 14 Jennifer Caird A 5-4 Fr. 8 Christine Campbell MF 5-2 Fr. 15 Amanda Clapper D 5-8 Fr. 19 Sarah Connelly MF 5-3 Sr. 9 Christina DeSantis A 5-9 Fr. 3 Maddie Dugan A 5-2 Sr. 32 Hannah Early MF 5-5 Sr. 11 Amanda Hassle D 5-4 Fr. 7 Nichole Laflamme A 5-3 So. 22 Lisa Lemm A 5-5 Fr. 18 Nicol Parker MF/D 5-11 Sr. 20 Brianna Plester MF 5-9 Fr. 13 Lydia Reedy D 5-2 So. 24 TaShina Salas A 5-7 So. 12 Michelle Sandlin D 5-9 Jr. 23 Alicia Tait MF 5-6 Fr. 57 Jul Tehovnik GK 5-7 Sr. 1 Laurel Van’t Hof D 5-5 Sr.

Hometown - High School Warren, Mich. - Cousino Angus, Ont. - Nottawasaga Secondary Columbus, Ohio - Olentangy Kalamazoo, Mich. - Comstock Commerce, Mich. - Lakeland Grand Blanc, Mich. - Grand Blanc Rochester Hills, Mich. - Notre Dame Prep Shelburne, Ont. - Centre Dufferin Dowagiac, Mich. - Dowagiac Union White Lake, Mich. - Lakeland Clinton Township, Mich. - Chippewa Valley St. Johns, Mich. - St. Johns Orangeville, Ont. - Orangeville Secondary DeWitt, Mich. - East Lansing Denver, Colo. - East Baltimore, Md. - Dundalk Oshawa, Ont. - Monsignor Paul Dwyer Sewickley, Pa. - Sewickley Academy Park City, Utah - Park City

Head Coach: Melissa Nakasuji (First Season, Limestone 2011) Athletic Trainer: Rachel Wright Communications: Ryan Hornack

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COACHING STAFF Melissa Nakasuji Head Coach 1st Season Limestone (2011) 517-265-5161 x 4000 mnakasuji@adrian.edu

Melissa Nakasuji brings a variety of coaching experience to her job as head coach at Adrian College. Nakasuji was the assistant for the Bulldogs in 2013. She helped guide Adrian to the MIAA championship in the conference’s inaugural lacrosse season. The Bulldogs went a perfect 6-0 in conference play and 17-3 overall. Adrian made the NCAA tournament where they won their first round game over Kenyon (Ohio) 18-16 and lost in the second round to Cortland State (N.Y.). Prior to Adrian College, Nakasuji coached peewee boys’ box lacrosse as well as U-15, U-17 and U-19 girls’ field lacrosse in Ontario, Canada. In 2011, she gained valuable experience completing a coaching internship at Limestone College under the guidance of head coach Scott Tucker. As a player, Nakasuji competed for Limestone College in Gaffney, S.C. from 2008-11. While there, she helped lead the Lady Saints to four consecutive Conference Carolinas Regular Season and Tournament championships. Nakasuji and the Lady Saints made appearances in the NCAA Division II Tournament each of her four years at Limestone, playing in the semi finals as a freshman and a sophomore, the quarter finals as a junior, and the national championship final as a senior. During her playing career at Limestone, the native of Ajax, Ontario, Canada played defense. She started 73 of the 77 games she played in and is currently ranked second all-time in time played with 4,187 minutes. In four seasons, she compiled 61 ground balls, 24 draw controls and 20 caused turnovers and helped the Lady Saints to an impressive 67 wins. In her senior year, she served as team captain. As a result of her prowess on the field, Nakasuji garnered a number of individual awards throughout her career. In 2011, she was recognized as an All-American Honorable Mention by USACollegeLacrosse.com and was named to the IWLCA North-South All-Star game. She was named as an All-Conference Carolinas selection twice, in 2010 and 2011, and earned AllTournament honors in 2011. In June 2012, Nakasuji graduated from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Education. She also holds a Bachelor of Science from Limestone College, with a double major in Physical Education and Strength & Conditioning, and a minor in Coaching.

Q and A with Coach Nakasuji Q: What are your goals for this season? A: The goal for the year is to win the MIAA conference championship and make the first round of the NCAA tournament. Q: What are your team’s strengths? A: Our team’s biggest strength is that all of our girls are incredibly close. We are a family. The great chemistry off the field naturally transfers onto the field. Q: What is the outlook of this year’s MIAA competition? A: We are the preseason favorite to win the MIAA and the defending champions. That means that we have a target on our backs, and everyone is going to want to beat us. We have to focus on one game at a time, and we cannot underestimate any team in our conference.

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PLAYER BIOS Sarah Connelly Midfield Senior - 5-3 Commerce, Mich. Lakeland

Personal: Majoring in exercise science and business management…daughter of Mike and Mary Connelly…attended Lakeland high school…letterwinner in lacrosse and hockey…regional champion lacrosse player…state champion hockey player…allconference lacrosse player…hockey team captain… Adrian College NCAA hockey team captain 2010… honor roll student…favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings…favorite athletes are Kris Draper, Darren Helm and Gordie Howe…favorite author is Mitch Album…favorite food is crab legs…enjoys hunting, fishing, and snowboarding.

Maddie Dugan

Attack Senior - 5-2 Rochester Hills, Mich. Notre Dame Prep 2013 (Jr.): Played in 20 games and made 19 starts...Second Team All-MIAA defender... finished second in MIAA contests in assists per game (2.17)...finished sixth in MIAA contests in points per game (4.50)...finished tied for fourth in MIAA contests in game-winning goals (1)...finished third on the team in goals (40) and points (65)...finished second on the team in shot percentage (.571)...compiled 15 draw controls, 32 ground balls, and caused 11 turnovers. 2012 (So.): Played in 15 games as a reserve in her second season...scored four goals and added four assists...took 10 shots with six on net...recorded three ground balls, three caused turnovers and two draw controls...scored a season-high three goals at Albion... scored her other goal against Concordia (Wis.). 2011 (Fr.): Played in 15 games as a reserve in her first season...scored six goals and added two assists... attempted eight shots with seven on goal for a .875 percentage...finished with seven ground balls, four draw controls and one caused turnover...scored one goal in six different games. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice…born in Rochester Hills, Michigan on April 9, 1992…daughter of Mike and Kathy Dugan…uncle, Tim Dugan, played hockey for the University of Miami of Ohio in 1980... attended Notre Dame Preparatory School…lettered in lacrosse…was a member of the 2010 CHSL sectional championship team…named 2009 CHSL All-League…in 2010 was a member of the CHSL AllCatholic lacrosse team…received All-State Honorable Mention…was a four-year member of her high school dance and Envision Dance All-Stars...favorite sports

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team is the Detroit Red Wings...favorite TV shows are Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill and Law & Order SVU... favorite movies are Never Back Down and Step Up... favorite musician is Taylor Swift.

Hannah Early Midfield Senior - 5-5 Shelburne, Ont. Centre Dufferin

2013 (Jr.): Played in 19 games and made 18 starts....First Team All-MIAA midfielder... finished second in MIAA contests in goals per game (5.00)...finished fourth in MIAA contests in points per game (5.17)...finished second in MIAA contests in draw controls per game (4.50)...led the team with 60 goals...led the team in shot percentage (.638)....finished third on the team in ground balls (43)....led the team in draw controls (93)...finished tied for fourth on the team in caused turnovers (19). 2012 (So.): Played and started in 17 contests during her second season...scored 12 goals including one free-position goal...took 23 shots with 18 on goal... corralled 27 ground balls and 27 draw controls... caused eight turnovers and committed just five... scored a season-high two goals on three occasions... had a season-high four shots on net against Concordia (Wis.)...did not play in the NCAA tournament game against Denison. 2011 (Fr.): Named Second Team All-MWLC...played and started in all 21 games...scored a goal against Allegheny on March 11...took two shots on goal during the year...recorded 27 ground balls including a season-high six against Ohio Wesleyan on March 23...tallied 54 draw controls including a season-high 10 against Ohio Wesleyan...caused 14 turnovers. Personal: Majoring in physical education…born in Orangeville, Ontario on November 11, 1992… daughter of Mark and Susan Early...attended Centre Dufferin District High School…2009 junior female athlete of the year…2010 senior athlete of the year… most valuable player 2008-2010…was a member of the student council...favorite sports teams are the Pittsburgh Penguins and Toronto Maple Leafs... favorite athlete is Sidney Crosby...favorite TV shows are Toddlers and Tiaras and Say Yes to the Dress... favorite movies are the Parent Trap and Elf...favorite musicians are Taylor Swift and Drake

PLAYER BIOS Nicol Parker

Midfield/Defense Senior - 5-11 St. Johns, Mich. St. Johns 2013 (Jr.): Played first season and started in 20 games...had one assist and two shots on goal...picked up 19 ground balls...caused 10 turnovers and committed 26 fouls. Personal: Majoring in biology and chemistry... born in St. Johns, Michigan on March 18, 1992... daughter of Leon and Ann Parker...played volleyball and basketball at St. Johns High School…member of 2008 team that played in the Regional finals…named volleyball team MVP…named to All-Region, AllConference and All-Area teams…played on the 2010 basketball team that was conference champions… named All-Conference Honorable Mention in basketball…member of the National Honor Society.

Jul Tehovnik

Goalkeeper Senior - 5-7 Sewickley, Pa. Sewickley Academy 2013 (Jr.): Played in seven games and made one start.... totaled two ground balls and caused one turnover. 2012 (So.): Played in 10 games and made three starts in goal...played 304 minutes in net...recorded four ground balls...had a 7.87 goals-against average... made 26 saves with a .394 save percentage...posted a 2-0 record in goal...made a season-best 11 saves in a 16-14 win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps...also got starts at Occidental and Pomona-Pitzer. 2011 (Fr.): Played in 16 games in net and made 14 starts during first season...ranked second in the MWLC with a 9.79 goals against average...ranked sixth in the conference with a .378 save percentage...played 656 minutes in goal and posted a 9-4 record...made a season-high 10 saves in a win versus Lynchburg on March 19...collected eight saves in a win against Ohio Wesleyan on March 23. Personal: Majoring in chemistry…born in Fairfax, Virginia on April 10, 1992…daughter of Karen and Steve Tehovnik...attended Sewickley Academy… Most Improved Player in 2009…2007, 2010 scholar athlete…2007-2010 honor roll…was a theatre department head lighting designer…part of the Irish Culture Club...favorite sports teams are the Pittsburgh Penguins, Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Steelers... favorite athlete is Marc-Andre Fleury...favorite TV shows are Glee and South Park...favorite movies are Star Wars, V for Vendetta and Girl with the Dragon Tattoo...favorite books are Invisible Monsters, Angels

and Demons and Watchmen...favorite foods are sushi and Jimmy John’s..

Laurel Van’t Hof Defense Senior - 5-5 Park City, Utah Park City

2013 (Jr.): Played in 19 games and made 16 starts...compiled 15 ground balls, caused 15 turnovers and scored one goal. 2012 (So.): Played in eight matches as a reserve... scored a pair of goals with one each coming at Albion and against Concordia (Wis.)...took six shots with three on net...had one ground ball, one draw control and one caused turnover. 2011 (Fr.): Played in eight contests as a reserve during first season with the program...scored a goal against Ohio Wesleyan on March 23...had both shots on goal during that game...had one draw control against Mount St. Joseph on April 3. Personal: Majoring in political science and communications with a minor in accounting... daughter of Luke and Michele Van’t Hof...attended Park City High School…lettered in lacrosse…2008 lacrosse team placed second in the state of Utah… received Hard Worker Scholarship...favorite sports teams are the Boston Celtics, Boston Red Sox and Utah Jazz...favorite athlete is Chauncey Billups... favorite TV shows are Castle and Psych...favorite movies are Casablanca and Death Race...favorite books are Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close and the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

Michelle Sandlin Defense Junior - 5-9 Baltimore, Md. Dundalk

Personal: Majoring in criminal justice and political science… daughter of Lisa Dennison… attended Dundalk high school in Baltimore, Maryland…letter-winner in field hockey, indoor track, and lacrosse…2011 Female Athlete of the Year… first team all-county…first team all-division…honor roll student…favorite sports teams are the Baltimore Ravens and Baltimore Orioles…favorite athlete is Chris Davis…favorite movies are Public Enemies and the Boondock Saints…favorite food is pizza…favorite TV shows are Big Band Theory and The League.

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PLAYER BIOS Katie Barnes

Defense Sophomore - 5-9 Warren, Mich. Cousino Personal: Majoring in accounting…daughter of Pat and Diane Barnes…attended Cousino high school…letterwinner in soccer…a member of student council… favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings… favorite athlete is Pavel Datsyuk…favorite books are the Hunger Games series…favorite TV show is Modern Family…enjoys hockey.

Nichole Laflamme Attack Sophomore - 5-3 White Lake, Mich. Lakeland

2013 (Fr.): Played in seven games and made one start... totaled five points on four goals and one assist...compiled 10 ground balls and caused six turnovers. Personal: Majoring in communications with an emphasis on graphic design…daughter of Joe and Denise Laflamme…attended White Lake Lakeland High School graduating in 2012…member of the Adrian College women’s hockey team...played varsity lacrosse for four years...AA state champs in 2009-10... played AAA hockey as a junior and senior...named MVP of state championship game in 2009-10...named team MVP in lacrosse and hockey in 2010...named First Team All-League and All-State in 2012...holds seven state records in lacrosse...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings, Washington Capitals and Detroit Tigers...favorite athletes are Steve Yzerman, Pavel Datsyuk and Brendan Shanahan...favorite TV show is Criminal Minds.

Lydia Reedy

Defense Sophomore - 5-2 DeWitt, Mich. East Lansing 2013 (Fr.): Started in all 20 games...totaled 10 ground balls, four draw controls and caused six turnovers. Personal: Majoring in exercise science...daughter of Greg and Chris Reedy...attended East Lansing High School graduating in 2012...four-year varsity letterwinner in lacrosse...earned one letter in cross country...named All-Conference from 2009-12... named Academic All-State in 2012...favorite sports

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teams are the Detroit Red Wings and Washington Redskins...favorite athletes are Pavel Datsyuk and Robert Griffin III...favorite TV shows are Duck Dynasty and Storage Wars...favorite movies are 21 Jumpstreet and Talladega Nights...favorite musicians are One Direction, Nicki Minaj and Childish Gambino.

TaShina Salas

Attack Sophomore - 5-7 Denver, Colo. East 2013 (Fr.): Played in 20 games and made 19 starts..Second Team All-MIAA midfielder.... finished tied for fourth in MIAA contests in draw controls per game (1.83)...compiled 22 points on 18 goals and four assists...finished fourth on the team in ground balls (37)...led the team in caused turnovers (33)...totaled 25 draw controls and netted one game-winning goal. Personal: Majoring in public relations with a minor in journalism...daughter of Omega Salas and Marlene De La Rosa...attended Denver East High School graduating in 2012...named All-Conference in 2011 and 2012...led the team in goals in 2011 and 2012... favorite sports team is the Miami Heat...favorite athletes are LeBron James and Michael Jordan... favorite TV shows are Vampire Dairies and Breaking Bad...favorite writer is Nicholas Sparks...favorite book is Dear John...favorite musicians are Drake and Jay-Z

Brianna Plester

Midfield Freshman - 5-9 Orangeville, Ont. Orangeville Secondary

Personal: Majoring in exercise science…daughter of Carman and Kirsten Plester…attended Orangeville Secondary School in Orangeville, Ontario…letter-winner in lacrosse… favorite TV show is Friends…favorite food is pepperoni rolls…enjoys hanging out with friends.

Alicia Tait

Midfield Freshman - 5-6 Oshawa, Ont. Monsignor Paul Dwyer Personal: Majoring in criminal justice…daughter of Sheri and Greg Tait…attended Monsignor Paul Dwyer high school in Oshawa, Ontario…letterwinner in hockey… honor roll student…favorite sports team is the Toronto Maple Leafs…favorite athlete is Wayne Gretzky… favorite movie is Miracle…enjoys hockey.

PLAYER BIOS Jennifer Caird

Attack Freshman - 5-4 Angus, Ont. Nottawasaga Secondary Personal: Majoring in exercise science…daughter of Dave and Janet Caird…attended Nottawasaga Secondary in Angus, Ontario…letterwinner in lacrosse…volunteers at the Alliston Humane Society…favorite sports team is the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Christine Campbell Midfield Freshman - 5-2 Columbus, Ohio Olentangy

Personal: Majoring in exercise science…daughter of Doug and Nancy Campbell… attended Olentangy high school in Lewis Center, Ohio…letter-winner in lacrosse…received coach’s award and best midfielder award…second team all-conference...four-year scholar athlete…favorite sports teams are the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Yankees…favorite TV shows are Sponge Bob Square Pants and Raising Hope…favorite food is fruit…enjoys drawing and photography.

Amanda Clapper Defense Freshman - 5-8 Kalamazoo, Mich. Comstock

Personal: Majoring in exercise science…daughter of Darcie Bogema and Daniel Clapper… attended Comstock high school…letter-winner in volleyball, basketball and soccer…all-conference basketball and soccer player…honor roll student… favorite sports team is the Baltimore Ravens… favorite athlete is Mia Hamm…favorite TV show is Say Yes to the Dress…favorite books are the Harry Potter series…favorite food in Chinese food…enjoys exercising.

Christina DeSantis Attack Freshman - 5-9 Grand Blanc, Mich. Grand Blanc

Personal: Majoring in biology with a minor in chemistry… daughter of Dorothy DeSantis and James DeSantis…attended Grand Blanc High School…honor roll student…member of the marching band, concert bands and Flint Youth Symphony Orchestra…favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings…favorite athlete is Chris Osgood…favorite food is fettuccine alfredo…enjoys video games, playing the clarinet and nail art.

Amanda Hassle Defense Freshman - 5-4 Dowagiac, Mich. Dowagiac Union

Personal: Majoring in international business with a minor in Spanish…daughter of Joey and Martha Hassle… attended Dowagiac Union High School…letterwinner in soccer and cross country…all-division soccer player…honors student…favorite sports team is Michigan State football…favorite athlete is David Beckham…favorite movies are the Hunger Games series…favorite music is Miley Cyrus…favorite foods are spaghetti, Chinese and brownies…enjoys running.

Lisa Lemm

Attack Freshman - 5-5 Clinton Twp., Mich. Chippewa Valley Personal: Majoring in math and secondary education with a minor in Spanish…daughter of Kim and Steve Lemm… attended Chippewa Valley High School…letterwinner in basketball and track…all-academic basketball and track athlete….honor roll student and member of the National Honor Society…favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings…favorite athlete is Pavel Datsyuk…favorite TV show is Friends…favorite musical group is Rascal Flatts….enjoys playing guitars and reading.

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CAREER RECORDS Individual Career Records Points

1. 368 - Stacey Birlson (144g, 224a) - 2010-13 2. 358 - Rachel Johnston (282g, 76a) - 2009-12 3. 337 - Amanda Lambert (228g, 109a) - 2009-12 4. 251 - Olivia Duncan (196g, 55a) - 2010-13 5. 233 - Lindsey Day (168g, 65a) - 2009-12 6. 136 - Mariana DiGiovanni (101g, 35a) - 2008-11 7. 86 - Cassie Hoyez (60g, 26a) - 2010-13 8. 85 - Meghan Reynolds (60g, 25a) - 2009-12

Goals

1. 282 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-12 2. 228 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-12 3. 196 - Olivia Duncan - 2010-13 4. 168 - Lindsey Day - 2009-12 5. 144 - Stacey Birlson - 2010-13 6. 101 - Mariana DiGiovanni - 2008-11 7. 73 - Hannah Early - 2011-Pres. 8. 63 - Heather Newblom - 2010-13

Assists

1. 224 - Stacey Birlson - 2010-13 2. 109 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-12 3. 76 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-12 4. 65 - Lindsey Day - 2009-12 5. 55 - Olivia Duncan - 2010-13 6. 35 - Mariana DiGiovanni - 2008-11 7. 31 - Maddie Dugan - 2011-Pres. 8. 26 - Cassie Hoyez - 2010-13

Shots on goal

1. 399 - Rachel Johnston (282 goals) - 2009-12 2. 336 - Amanda Lambert (228 goals) - 2009-12 3. 318 - Olivia Duncan (196 goals) - 2010-13 4. 254 - Lindsey Day (168 goals) - 2009-12 5. 203 - Stacy Birlson (144 goals) - 2010-13 6. 172 - Mariana DiGiovanni (101 goals) - 2008-11 7. 107 - Cassie Hoyez (60 goals) - 2010-13 8. 95 - Hannah Early (73 goals) - 2011-Pres.

Ground Balls

1. 204 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-12 2. 152 - Stacy Birlson - 2010-13 3. 151 - Cassie Hoyez - 2010-13 4. 102 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-12 5. 97 - Lindsey Day - 2009-12 97 - Hannah Early - 2011-Pres. 7. 93 - Olivia Duncan - 2010-13 8. 91 - Maria DiGiovanni - 2008-11

Caused Turnovers

1. 89 - Cassie Hoyez - 2010-13 2. 76 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-12 3. 56 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-12 56 - Stacey Birlson - 2010-13 5. 49 - Olivia Duncan - 2010-13 6. 41 - Katrina Rabishaw - 2009-12 41 - Hannah Early - 2011-Pres. 8. 40 - Heather Newblom - 2010-13

Game-Winning Goals

1. 20 - Olivia Duncan - 2010-13 2. 16 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-12 3. 10 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-12 4. 6 - Heather Newblom - 2010-13 6 - Lindsey Day - 2009-12 6. 5 - Stacy Birlson - 2010-13 7. 3 - Mariana DiGiovanni - 2008-11 8. 2 - Ashley Starkey - 2008

Free Position Goals

1. .57 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-12 2. .34 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-12 3. 23 - Lindsey Day - 2009-12 4. 17 - Olivia Duncan - 2010-13 5. 14 - Stacey Birlson - 2010-13 6. 10 - Cassie Hoyez - 2010-13 10 - Mariana DiGiovanni - 2008-11 8. 8 - Maddie Dugan - 2011-Pres.

Saves

1. 317 - Laura Finfrock (334 GA, 317 saves) - 2009-12 2. 177 - Amanda Faraone (296 GA, 119 saves) - 2008-11 3. 119 - Maddie McDonald (149 GA, 119 saves) -2013 4. 91 - Jul Tehovnik (147 GA, 91 saves) - 2011-Pres. 5. 6 - Megan Smerecki (9 GA, 6 saves) - 2009-11

Save percent (min. 250 minutes)

1. .487 - Laura Finfrock (334 GA, 317 saves) - 2009-12 2. .444 - Maddie McDonald (149 GA, 119 saves) - 2013 3. .382 - Jul Tehovnik (147 GA, 91 saves) - 2011-Pres. 4. .374 - Amanda Faraone (296 GA, 177 saves) - 2008-11

Goals against avg (min. 250 minutes)

1. 7.46 - Maddie McDonald - (149 GA, 1,196 min) - 2013 2. 8.48 - Laura Finfrock - (334 GA, 2,262 min) - 2009-12 3. 9.17 - Jul Tehovnik (147 GA, 961 min) - 2011-Pres. 4.10.93 - Amanda Faraone (296 GA, 1,625 min) - 2008-11

Most wins

1. 37 - Laura Finfrock (37-10-0) - 2009-12 2. 17 - Maddie McDonald (17-3-0) - 2013 3. 14 - Amanda Faraone (14-8-0) - 2008-11 4. 11 - Jul Tehovnik (11-4-0) - 2011-Pres.

Games played

1. 77 - Stacey Birlson - 2010-13 2. 74 - Olivia Duncan - 2010-13 3. 73- Cassie Hoyez - 2010-13 4. 71 - Lindsey Day - 2009-12 5. 70 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-12 70 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-12 7. 69 - Heather Newblom - 2010-13 8. 68 - Kate Ravenhall - 2010-13

Draw Controls

1. 211 - Cassie Hoyez - 2010-13 2. 174 - Hannah Early - 2011-Pres. 3. 172 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-12 4. 151 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-12 5. 135 - Maria DiGiovanni - 2008-11 6. 77- Stacey Birlson - 2010-13 7. 76 - Amanda Soloko - 2008-11 8. 74 - Amy Merson - 2009-10

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MIAA YEAR IN REVIEW

Adrian Alma Hope Albion Calvin Trine Olivet

League (Final) W L PF PA 6 0 109 22 5 1 88 61 4 2 72 69 2 4 62 86 2 4 35 54 2 4 48 74 0 6 32 80

Overall (Final) W L PF PA 17 3 314 149 15 3 267 138 6 9 155 196 5 9 129 202 4 12 102 181 5 6 120 119 2 11 74 185

Most Valuable Offensive Player Stacey Birlson, Adrian (senior from Centennial, Colo./Arapahoe HS) Most Valuable Defensive Player Grace Garrett, Trine (sophomore from Carmel, Ind./Carmel HS) Rookie of the Year Ashton Street, Alma (freshman from Brighton/Brighton HS) First Team All-MIAA Goalkeeper - Grace Garrett, Trine (sophomore from Carmel, Ind./Carmel HS) Attack - Stacey Birlson, Adrian (senior from Centennial CO/ Arapahoe HS) Attack - Olivia Duncan, Adrian (senior from Orangeville, Ont., Canada/Orangeville Secondary) Attack - Ashton Street, Alma (freshman from Brighton/Brighton HS) Midfielder - Emily Canepa, Trine (senior from West Chester, Ohio/Lakota West HS) Midfielder - Hannah Early, Adrian (junior from Shelburne, Ont., Canada/Centre Dufferin Secondary) Midfielder - Tracy Gallihugh, Alma (sophomore from Lansing/Waverly HS) Midfielder - Ashley Glenn, Albion (sophomore from New Hudson/South Lyon HS) Midfielder - Katie Sabourin, Hope (junior from Flint/Powers Catholic HS) Midfielder - Molly Greenfield, Hope (sophomore from Georgetown, Tex./Georgetown HS) Defense - Ellen Redner, Albion (junior from West Bloomfield/West Bloomfield HS) Defense - Emily Reverman, Alma (freshman from Grand Ledge/Grand Ledge HS) Defense - Heather Newblom, Adrian (senior from Holland, Ohio/Toledo St. Ursula Academy) Second Team All-MIAA Goalkeeper - Stephanie Herman, Alma (junior from Bay City/Bay City All Saints HS) Attack - Maddie Ferguson, Hope (senior from Seattle, Wash./Seattle Prep HS) Attack - Christie Havrilla, Alma (senior from Okemos/Okemos HS) Attack - Geri Merrell, Olivet (sophomore from Battle Creek/Lakeview HS) Midfielder - Taylor Guarnaccia, Olivet (sophomore from East Lansing/Haslett HS) Midfielder - TaShina Sales, Adrian (freshman from Denver, Colo./Denver East HS) Midfielder - Kadie Koolwick, Albion (freshman from Bloomfield/Bloomfield Hills Lahser HS) Midfielder - Sydney Bryce, Alma (sophomore from Lake Orion/Lake Orion HS) Midfielder - Mary Harwood, Alma (senior from Fort Gratiot/Port Huron Northern HS) Defense - Kate Ravenhall, Adrian (senior from Hamilton, Ohio/Lakota West HS) Defense - Caroline Stanka, Alma (freshman from Baltimore, Md./Lochraven HS) Defense - Mary Hoogstra, Calvin (junior from Grand Rapids/Grand Rapids Christian HS) Defense - Maddie Dugan, Adrian (junior from Rochester Hills/Pontiac Notre Dame Prep)

MIAA Tournament Saturday, May 4 - Championship Adrian 17, Alma 6 Thursday, May 2 - Semifinals #2 Alma 20, #3 Hope 12 #1 Adrian 21, #4 Albion 2

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