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S t ets on L ACROS S E GENERAL INFORMATION TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information...................................... 1 Roster........................................................... 2 Schedule........................................................ 3 Season Preview.......................................... 4-5 Player Profiles.......................................... 6-16 Coaching Staff........................................ 17-18 2013 Opponents..................................... 19-21 Athletics Training Center............................. 22 Administration....................................... 23-24 Athletics Facilities....................................... 25 Sports Medicine........................................... 26 Strength and Conditioning........................... 27 Atlantic Sun................................................. 28 This is Stetson............................................. 29 Central Florida............................................ 30 GENERAL INFORMATION School:.................................Stetson University City:.............................................DeLand, Fla. Founded:..................................................1883 Enrollment:..............................................3,961 Nickname:............................................Hatters Colors:........................Hunter Green and White Home Field:................ Athletic Training Center Capacity:....................................................500 Affiliation:...............................NCAA Division I Conference:...................................Atlantic Sun President:............................Dr. Wendy B. Libby Alma Mater, Year:....................... Cornell, 1972 Athletics Director:............................ Jeff Altier Alma Mater, Year:.......................Stetson, 1982 Senior Woman Administrator:....Alicia Queally Alma Mater, Year:............North Carolina, 1999 Athletic Department Phone:.......386.822.8100 CREDITS The 2012-13 Stetson University Lacrosse Media Guide was written and designed by Dan Forcella of the Stetson Athletic Communication Department. Editorial assistance by Jamie Bataille and Ricky Hazel. Photography by Jim Hogue and David S. Williams.

PROGRAM HISTORY First Season:.............................................2013 Overall All-Time Record:............................. 0-0 Last Conference Tournament:.....................n/a Last Conference Finals:..............................n/a COACHING STAFF Head Coach:................................Nicole Moore Alma Mater, Year:.......... New Hampshire, 2002 Overall Record (Years):............................... 0-0 Record at Stetson (Years):........................... 0-0 Office Phone:..............................386.822.8188 Email:........................nmmoore@stetson.edu Assistant Coach:...................... Brittany Dipper Alma Mater, Year:....................Maryland, 2012 Office Phone:..............................386.822.8775 Email:.......................... bdipper@stetson.edu Student Assistant Coach:.....Mitch VanSumeren Email:..................... mvansume@stetson.edu ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Director (Lax):............................... Ricky Hazel Office:.........................................386.822.8130 Email:.............................jhazel@stetson.edu Assistant Director (Lax):............... Dan Forcella Office:.........................................386.822.8718 Cell:............................................207.650.6790 Email:...........................dforcell@stetson.edu Assistant Director:..................... Jamie Bataille Office:.........................................386.822.8131 Email:........................... jbataill@stetson.edu Website:...........................www.GoHatters.com Twitter:.....@StetsonHatters, @StetsonLacrosse Facebook:.......StetsonUniversityWomensLacrosse

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S t ets on L ACROS S E 2013 roster Numerical Roster No. Name 1 Candice Chamblin 2 Danielle Horgan 4 Rachel Dumas 5 Maylis Broderick 6 Kristina Cicchetti 7 Jasmine Moore 8 Noelle Morabito 9 Samantha Akl 10 Amanda Parker 11 Paige Levesque 12 Sarah Connolly 14 Elisabeth Blackwell 15 Melanie Fredericks 16 Stephanie Rendell 18 Schuyler Thornton 20 Hallie Plunkett 21 Mallory Tluchowski 22 Mary Kate O’Sullivan 30 Whitney Meyers 33 Kelsey Gilbert 36 Caili Guilday

Pos. Ht. Class A 5-4 Fr. M/A 5-8 Fr. D/M 5-7 Fr. M 5-7 Fr. A 5-7 Sr. D 5-3 Fr. M/A 5-3 Fr. A 5-3 So. D/M 5-11 Fr. A 5-7 Fr. A 5-5 Fr. D 5-8 So. A 5-8 Fr. A 5-7 Fr. A/M 5-4 Fr. D 5-4 Fr. A 5-8 Fr. M 5-7 Fr. G 5-4 Fr. M 5-8 Fr. G 5-6 Fr.

Hometown/Previous School Orlando, Fla. (Edgewater) Miami, Fla. (Miami Killian) Stuart, Fla. (The Pine School) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons) Palm Coast, Fla. (St. Joseph Academy) Orlando, Fla. (Maryville) (Winter Springs) East Rochester, NY (East Rochester) Port St. Lucie, Fla. (Limestone College) (Jensen Beach) Perkasie, Pa. (Central Bucks West) Bennington, Vt. (Mount Anthony Union) Naples, Fla. (Naples) Naples, Fla. (Long Island University) (Barron Collier) South Lyon, Mich. (South Lyon) Lake Mary, Fla. (Lyman) Esmont, Va. (Monticello) Brentwood, Tenn. (Brentwood) Montclair, Va. (Forest Park Senior) Naples, Fla. (Barron Collier) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (Ponte Vedra) Cypress, Texas (Cy-Fair) Wallingford, Pa. (Merion-Mercy Academy)

Head Coach: Nicole Moore (New Hampshire, 2002) - First season Assistant Coach: Brittany Dipper (Maryland, 2012) - First season Student Assistant Coach: Mitch VanSumeren Athletic Trainer: Chelsea Staney Strength and Conditioning Coach: Brad Lokey Academic Coordinator: Jesse Tucker Sport Supervisor: Alicia Queally Pronunciation Guide 1 Candice 4 Rachel 5 may - LEESE 6 Kristina 8 Noelle 9 Samantha 2 -

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S t ets on L ACROS S E 2013 schedule Day Date Sat. Jan. 26 Sun. Feb. 10 Sun. Feb. 17 Sun. Feb. 24 Sat. Mar. 2 Tue. Mar. 5 Fri. Mar. 8 Wed. Mar. 13 Tue. Mar. 19 Thu. Mar. 21 Fri. Mar. 29 Mon. Apr. 1 Sat. Apr. 6 Fri. Apr. 12 Sun. Apr. 14 Fri. Apr. 19 Fri.-Sun. Apr. 26-28

Opponent Haudenosaunee National Team (ex.) LIBERTY SAN DIEGO STATE UC DAVIS WILLIAM & MARY PRESBYTERIAN CAMPBELL BRYANT at Florida MARIST at St. Mary’s at California at Jacksonville * DETROIT * KENNESAW STATE * at Howard * Atlantic Sun Tournament

Location Lake Buena Vista, Fla. DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. DeLand, Fla. Moraga, Calif. Berkley, Calif. Jacksonville, Fla. DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. Washington, D.C. Jacksonville, Fla.

Time 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. TBA

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S t ets on L ACROS S E 2013 season preview As one of the oldest team games played in America, it is only appropriate that the inaugural Stetson University women’s lacrosse team will play its first match against a team of players representing some of the original founders of the sport. The first year Hatters program will play against the Haudenosaunee National Team, which represents the united Iroquois tribes of upstate New York, on Saturday evening as a part of the Champion Challenge at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista. Stetson will play on Field 16 at 7 p.m. Other teams in the event include the U.S. National team, the English National team, Rollins College and national powers Northwestern and Syracuse, who met for the Division I national championship last spring. The Team USA men’s national team will also compete in the event along with men’s teams from Notre Dame, Jacksonville and Loyola. Stetson coach Nicole Moore, who has been in Florida for a just a year, building the Hatters program from scratch, said the women’s game is very different from what the men play. “Substitutions are like hockey, on the fly,” Moore said. “One thing about our sport that is different from others is that, on the whistle the players have to stop. Lacrosse is a very fast game and, when played correctly, it is a beautiful game. It is a game of finesse.” While the sport has been played in this country since at least the early 1700s, it is still in its infancy in Florida. In addition to Stetson, varsity women’s lacrosse is played at Jacksonville, the University of Florida, Florida Southern, Rollins College, Saint Leo and the University of Tampa. In 2012 there were 90 schools playing Division I women’s lacrosse, and that number will continue to grow in the coming years Stetson will be joined by another first-year program, Mercer, along with Jacksonville, Kennesaw State and Howard in the first season for the Atlantic Sun Conference to offer a women’s lacrosse championship. Like any first-year program, Moore has more questions than answers when it comes to her young team. She saw much in the fall to like about the squad, but there are many unknowns. “The thing I like is definitely our heart and our hustle,” Moore said. “I think we really grew in the fall. There are still a lot of things we need to work on, specifically with our Lax IQ about all of the facets of the game and our skills. The thing that really stood out was the heart and desire, which was evident in all of the hard work they put in. We really started to see the team come together in the fall.” Moore said the challenge during this first season will be to keep the players focused on the small goals and improving from game-to-game. Results on the scoreboard will be secondary to making strides in getting the program off to the right start. “We do have a couple of transfers, but the challenge of coming in and playing your first collegiate game is like no other,” Moore said. “It will be up to us, as a coaching staff, to have the teams focused on individual goals for each game. We do have a smaller roster, which will affect how we play in games and how we prepare for games. “What I expect, and what I hope that fans will see, is a group of young women who are working toward their goals together as a team. I also hope they see the heart of this team, no matter what is on the scoreboard. In our program, our kids will play by the rules. We will not be a ‘win at all cost’ program. They will respect the rules and their opponents. Any shady play will not be a part of this program.” Moore came to Stetson from the University of Vermont, where she served as an assistant for the last two years. She also spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Temple after her playing days at the University of New Hampshire. She brought additional credibility to the Stetson program last fall when she hired Brittany Dipper as her assistant. Dipper just completed a stellar playing career at the University of Maryland where she helped the Terps to national titles in both lacrosse and field hockey. She was in goal as the Terrapins won four consecutive ACC titles. “Brittany Dipper has been an amazing addition to the lacrosse family here at Stetson,” Moore said. “She was brought in mainly to work with our goal keepers because she was a phenomenal goal keeper at Maryland, but she has really picked up the ball and run with it. She does a great job in the office and on the field.” The Hatters will enter their inaugural season with 21 players on a roster that includes a senior, two sophomores and 18 freshmen. Only the two sophomores, Samantha Akl and Elisabeth Blackwell, have collegiate lacrosse playing experience. Akl Paige Levesque and freshman Mary Kate O’Sullivan were named to the A-Sun’s

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S t ets on L ACROS S E 2013 season preview preseason newcomer watch list for this spring. “It was hard to single out just two players,” Moore said of the picks. “Our team is filled with heart. They are a team that works hard and gets along well together. I think they are taking this experience and running with it.” Akl is a transfer from Limestone College in South Carolina, but is a native of Port St. Lucie. “Sam came in as a transfer with some experience at the collegiate level. She is really striving to be a leader. She pushes herself to get better by working hard, doing extra wall-ball, and she is focused on what this experience is and she is trying to get the most out of it.” O’Sullivan, who is from Naples, Fla., made an impression during the fall when the Hatters played in some fall ball tournaments. “Mary Kate came in after being a very good player in high school, but she surprised me with how coachable she is,” Moore said. “She can be quiet at times on the field, but she is a work-horse. She is always working and asking questions about things she can do to make her game better. She puts in the effort we ask her to do. We see her, along with our goalies, as an anchor for our defense and our midfield.” The two freshmen goal keepers are Caili Guilday from Wallingford, Pa., and Whitney Meyers from Ponte Vedra Beach. They will have a chance to quickly become fan-favorites during the first season of play and have the advantage of having a national champion goal keeper to work with. “Whitney and Caili play very differently, but are both solid goalies,” Moore said. “They can standout and be fan favorites when they come up with saves. It is really too early to tell who will standout at game-time and become fan-favorites. I think that when the fans start to learn our team, they will fall in love with them.” Blackwell is another player with previous college experience. The Naples native played as a freshman at Long Island University-Brooklyn. “Lizard has a commanding presence in our defense,” Moore said. “She is a transfer that will help bring experience to our program, especially the defense. She has the potential to really shine and to shut down attackers.” While the stars of the team may be difficult to point out now, Moore said the size of the Stetson roster will dictate the Hatters’ style of play to some extent. “When you have a larger roster, you are able to send lines out, especially in the midfield, but with a smaller roster like we have, we won’t be able to do that,” Moore said. “Our style of play will need to be a more settled. Obviously, if the fast break is there, we will go for it, but we need to be smart with our opportunities and make sure that we are careful with our substitutions in order to keep the freshest legs out there.” The players on the field will not be the only members of the Stetson lacrosse program who will be experiencing the game in an entirely new way this year. Moore will be a head coach for the first time and Dipper will be experiencing the game from the sideline for the first time. “The challenge is that now I will have to make decisions on the fly much quicker than when I was an assistant coach,” Moore said. “I am the leader of this program and it is important that the things I put out there are the things that we will follow, whether we are winning or losing. My time as an assistant prepared me for this and I feel confident. I know that I am going to lead this program with heart and integrity and I hope that our players will follow that example.” The Hatters will have the advantage of playing 10 home games during the 2013 season and will jump right in as a member of the Atlantic Sun Conference. Stetson was picked to finish tied for second with Detroit in the preseason poll. “This year will be interesting in the A-Sun,” Moore said. “You have three programs that have played against each other for the last couple of years in the NLC and then the newcomers with us and Kennesaw State. Preseason polls are preseason polls. I think you will see a lot of competition in this league. “I think it is a huge advantage to have a lot of home games. Only having had about four months to put the schedule together, I feel blessed that we were able to get 10 home games in our first season. The main thing is that our kids won’t have to miss a lot of class. Our kids will be able to get into a routine and that should give us somewhat of a home field advantage.” The regular season schedule opens with seven consecutive home games before a trip to Gainesville for a showdown with the Florida Gators, which was a Final Four team last year. Another home match will be followed by a trip to California for a pair of games before the start of A-Sun play. The Hatters will close the year with four consecutive league games before the A-Sun Tournament in late April. But, the focus for now is getting ready for a tough matchup in the exhibition game this Saturday. “I am really glad that we were able to pick up this game because it will give us some great game competition before we go into the season, but also because it will be a great experience for the team,” Moore said. “We will try to let them know what to expect and what the game will be like. “There will be some great caliber teams there and this will be a great opportunity for us to share that stage. This game will be about us. It won’t matter what the score is, it is all about getting our team prepared for our first game, against Liberty.”

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Samantha AKL

Elisabeth BLACKWELL

Attack • 5-3 • Sophomore Port St. Lucie, Fla. Jensen Beach

Defense • 5-8 • Sophomore Naples, Fla. Barron Collier

Before Stetson Spent one year at Limestone College in Gaffney, SC. High School In just two seasons of lacrosse at Jensen Beach High, she posted a dominating 64 goals, 25 assists, 93 ground balls and 64 caused turnovers as she earned All-District 9 and All-League first-team honors, and was named Team MVP ... As a junior she was named Most Improved following the program’s first season ... In addition to lacrosse, she was active for years in gymnastics, was a three-year letter winner in basketball and a one-year letter winner in cross country and track and field ... Was an honor roll student, was active with Habitat for Humanity and was a member of the Homecoming Committee. Personal Full name is Samantha Akl … Was born on June 16, 1993, in Boston, Mass. … Parents are Melinda and Abdo Akl … Has two brothers, Antonio (17) and Jon (23) ... Is a Biochemistry major.

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Prior to Stetson Spent two years, playing one, at Long Island University-Brooklyn ... In 2011 she started all 16 games for the Blackbirds, finishing the year with 11 ground balls, six draw controls and two caused turnovers. High School Was a four-year letter winner at Barron Collier High, playing defense … Helped BCHS to a pair of state titles and one state runner-up ... Was named All-County and All-Region in 2009 and was team MVP in 2010 ... Was a member of the National Honor Society ... Was also involved with the Triathalong Club, the FCA and was a volunteer shadowing doctors at the local hospital. Personal Full name is Elisabeth Blackwell, but goes by the nickname “Lizard” … Was born on July 14, 1992, in Alamogordo, New Mexico … Parents are Christian and Stephen Blackwell … Has one brother, Alexander (23), and one sister, Stephanie Bechtel (26) … Is a Biology major.

“Samantha is a skilled attacker with the ability to score anywhere in the eight-meter and the capability of being a leader on the offensive side. She has been a great addition as a transfer to the team, and will contribute on the offensive end.”

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MOORE on BLACKWELL “Elisabeth is a leader on the defensive unit, bringing collegiate experience to the team with extraordinary talent to defend around the crease. She has a commanding presence and the potential to really shut down attackers.”

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Maylis BRODERICK

Candice CHAMBLIN

Midfield • 5-7 • Freshman Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Cardinal Gibbons

Attack • 5-4 • Freshman Orlando, Fla. Edgewater

High School Was a four-year letter winner in lacrosse and a three-year letter winner in soccer at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. … Played midfield and attack for the Chiefs … Was an Academic All-American as a junior and senior … Totaled 203 goals and 69 assists in her high school career, helping her team to three district runner-up finishes … Was a three-time team MVP ... Is the first athlete from Cardinal Gibbons to play Division I lacrosse … Was an honor student and a member of the French Club. Personal Full name is Maylis Suzanne Broderick … Was born on June 2, 1994, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. … Parents are Solange and Sean Broderick … Has one brother, Sean (13) … Chose Stetson for Division I Athletics, great academics, and small class sizes … Is undecided on a major.

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High School Played soccer and lacrosse at Edgewater High ... Was a member of the Spanish Honor Society, the National Honor Society and the National Beta Club ... Was involved with Best Buddies. Personal Full name is Candice Chamblin … Was born on February 6, 1993, in Orlando, Fla. … Parents are Shirley and Aldo Chamblin … Has two sisters, Amber (23) and Kalen (14) … Is a Political Science and Psychology major.

MOORE on CHAMBLIN “Candice has improved so much this fall. She has worked hard and her hard work has paid off. Candice is a product of a club team that brings dedication and the ability to learn quickly.”

“Maylis is a tenacious middie who works hard all over the field and is full of tons of potential. She is one of the hardest workers on the field, and will be key in our midfield play. She is extremely coachable and looks out for her teammates. She will contribute both offensively and defensively.”

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Kristina CICCHETTI

Sarah CONNOLLY

Attack • 5-7 • Senior Palm Coast, Fla. St. Joseph Academy

Attack • 5-5 • Freshman Naples, Fla. Naples

High School Was a four-year letter winner in cross country and track and field at St. Joseph Academy in St. Augustine, Fla. … Was named the school Female Athlete of the Year in 2009 ... Was an honor roll student and a member of the Hispanic National Honor Society ... Was active on the student council. Personal Full name is Kristina Emilia Cicchetti … Was born on July 10, 1991, in Mount Vernon, NY … Parents are Marina and Richard Cicchetti … Has one sister, Claudia Spengler (37) … Is a Biology major.

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High School Was a four-year letter winner in lacrosse at Naples High School, earning All-Conference honors … Was the leading scorer her freshman and senior seasons … Helped team advance to district playoffs every year … Also played volleyball and golf, competing in the district tournament in the latter ... Was actively involved volunteering at the local animal shelter Personal Full name is Sarah Harrington Connolly … Was born on November 25, 1993, in Baltimore Md. … Parents are Brooke and Christopher Connolly … Has two brothers, Peter (16) and George (15) … Chose Stetson because of the campus and how it made her feel at home … Majoring in Sport Management and Marketing.

“Kristina’s positivity and enthusiasm show up both on and off the field to keep the team motivated and focused. She is a senior who creates such a positive team dynamic, and pushes those around her.”

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MOORE on CONNOLLY “Sarah is a sneaky attacker who has the ability to go hard to the goal. This fall she has learned what is expected of her and how to play within our attack. She has the potential to really surprise some defenders with her move to goal.”

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Rachel DUMAS

Melanie FREDERICKS

Defense • 5-7 • Freshman Stuart, Fla. The Pine School

Attack • 5-8 • Freshman South Lyon, Mich. South Lyon

High School Attended the Pine School in Hobe Sound, Fla. … Played lacrosse for four years … Also competed in cross country for seven years, basketball for four years and soccer for four years … Is the school record holder for cross country … Was a member of the National Honor Society.

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High School Was a three-year letter winner in lacrosse at South Lyon High School ... Was also a member of both the jazz and marching bands ... Played low attack and center … Helped her team to a pair of KLAA championships … Was an honorable mention All-State selection in 2012 ... Was twice named All-Conference and was also twice named to the National Academic team ... Was active in the PRIDE mentoring program.

Personal Full name is Rachel Katherine Dumas … Was born on May 9, 1994, in Cincinnati, Ohio … Parents are Dawn Arvin and James Dumas … Has three brothers, James Dumas, Michael Personal Arvin and Shane Arvin, and one sister Annika Arvin … Is an Full name is Melanie Lynn Fredericks … Was born on Integrative Health Science major. October 7, 1994, in Southfield, Mich. … Parents are Leisa and Ronald Fredericks … Has one sister, Lilly (6), and one brother, Jacob (19) … Is a Political Schience/Philosophy major and plans to go to law school.

MOORE on DUMAS

“With a background in distance running, Rachel has a tremendous amount of endurance. She has greatly improved her lacrosse skill this fall and has led the team in most of our conditioning workouts.”

MOORE on FREDERICKS “Melanie is a strong attacker with a very powerful shot that poses a threat to all goalkeepers. Her work ethic is top notch and her teammates respect her for her strength and consistency.”

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Kelsey GILBERT

Caili GUILDAY

Defense • 5-8 • Freshman Cypress, Texas Cy-Fair

Goalkeeper • 5-6 • Freshman Wallingford, Pa. Marion Mercy Academy

High School Was a four-year letter winner in lacrosse at Cy-Fair High School … Helped her team to a division championship in 2010, three city championships in Houston and a pair of runner-up finishes in the state of Texas ... Team posted a 61-9 record over her four seasons ... Was named MVP of the 2009 Halloween Shootout ... As a senior she scored 26 goals on 47 shots, had 23 ground balls, seven interceptions, 28 draw controls and seven assists ... Was active in the Nation Charity League and on Senior Women honor roll. Personal Full name is Kelsey Russell Gilbert … Was born on November 18, 1993, in Houston, Texas … Parents are Linda and Gerald Gilbert … Has two sisters, Lauren (16) and Layne (12) … Is an Intergrative Health Science major.

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High School Was a four-year letter winner in lacrosse at Merion Mercy Academy in Merion Station, Pa. … Also lettered for four years in soccer and one year in basketball ... Was a goal keeper in lacrosse and midfielder in soccer … Earned Rookie of the Year honors in both soccer (2009) and lacrosse (2009) … Helped her lacrosse team to four straight Catholic Academies League championships ... Was a member of the Spirit Club. Personal Full name is Caili Anne Guilday … Was born on September 1, 1993, in Bryn Mawr, Pa. … Parents are Licia and Robert Guilday … Has two brothers, Sean (22) and Robert (11), and two sisters, Cassidy (18) and Quinn (13) … Is undecided on a major.

MOORE on GILBERT “Kelsey is an eager midfielder with strong stick skills. She is aggressive going for ground balls and interceptions, and has the ability to get up and down the field, contributing on both ends.”

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MOORE on GUILDAY “Caili is an aggressive goalie who is not afraid to come out of the crease and go after a ball. She is great with organizing and communicating with the defense. Caili has really done a great job this fall and has the ability to change a game with her big stops in goal.”

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Danielle HORGAN

Paige LEVESQUE

Midfield • 5-8 • Freshman Miami, Fla. Sunset Senior

Attack • 5-7 • Freshman Bennington, Vt. Mount Anthony Union

High School Was a two-year letter winner at Killian Senior High … Also lettered for four years in soccer, three years at Killian and one year at Sunset High ... Played center in lacrosse and forward in soccer … Earned Rookie of the Year honors in both soccer (2008) and lacrosse (2010) … Was named team MVP and Best Attacker in lacrosse (2012) … Was named third team All-Dade County in soccer twice ... Was a first team All-Dade County and All-District lacrosse selection in 2012 in addition to earning second team All-Region ... Was credited with 45 goals, 12 assists and 60 ground balls in 2012 ... Scored 12 goals and had 10 assists in soccer as a senior. Personal Full name is Danielle Lauren Horgan … Was born on June 19, 1994, in Miami, Fla. … Parents are Teri and Kenneth Horgan … Has one brother, Michael Gonzalez (28), and two sisters, Amanda Horgan (16) and Gabriella Alonso (9) … Is an Intergrative Health Science major.

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“Danielle came into her own this fall, stepping up both physically and mentally to imporve her knowledge of the game. Her speed is killer and she will use it to her advantage. Dani will surprise many and be an integral part of our success.”

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High School Was a four-year letter winner at Mount Anthony Union High School in Bennington, Vt. … Played low attack for the Patriots … Member of the state championship team in 2010 … Had over 100 career points … Was a part of 49 wins in her career … Was named to the Marble Valley All-League team as well as the All-State team ... Also competed in soccer for one year and and swimming for two years ... Was an honor roll student ... Was involved as a junior firefighter, served as an intern with local law enforcement and was a member of her church choir. Personal Full name is Paige Emma Levesque … Was born on August 2, 1994, in Bennington, Vt. … Parents are Patricia and Noble Levesque of New Smyrna Beach, Fla. … Has one brother, Noble (20) … Her mother played college basketball at Saint Leo (1980-83) ... Has an aunt, Nicole Levesque-Andres, who played basketball at Wake Forest and in the WNBA ... Her uncle David Levesque played basketball at Plymouth State (1988-92) … Is a Psychology major.

MOORE on LEVESQUE “Paige will be a valuable asset to the attack with a powerful shot and a hunter’s mentality. She has great size that she will use to her advantage. I am very excited for her to get on the field.”

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Whitney MEYERS

Jasmine MOORE

Goalkeeper • 5-4 • Freshman Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Ponte Vedra

Defense • 5-3 • Freshman Orlando, Fla. Winter Springs

High School Was a four-year letter winner in lacrosse as a goalie ... Helped her team to a pair of district titles and a second place regional finish ... Was selected as the Ponte Vedra HS Female Student-Athlete of the Year in 2012 ... Was a two-time US Lacrosse Academic All-American ... Was a three-time North Florida FHSAA first team selection ... Was named the 2011 Most Valuable Defensive Player and 2010 Most Valuable Player for PVHS ... Was a three-time Academic Excellence Award winner ... Received numerous academic awards for History, Algebra and Biotechnology ... Was a member of the National Math, Science, English and Latin Honor Societies ... Was the founder and president of the Biotech Club, president of the Science Honor Society and an officer of the Senior Women’s Club ... Was a volunteer at Camp Promise in St. Johns, Fla., which is a camp dedicated to assisting disabled and autistic children.

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Before Stetson Attended Maryville College in Tennessee for one year. High School Was a four-year letter winner in basketball and lettered for two years in track & field, running distance events at Winter Springs High ... Was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal Full name is Jasmine Nicole Moore and goes by the nickname “Jazzy” … Was born on August 23, 1993, in Petersburgh, Va. … Parents are Kate and Dwayne Moore … Has one brother, Dwayne II (1), and one sister, Jessica (25) … Is related to NFL Hall of Famer Dan Marino ... Has a double major in Chemistry and Sport Management.

Personal Full name is Whitney Marie Meyers … Was born on February 7, 1994, in Bellevue, Wash. … Parents are Mindy and Dave Meyers … Has one sister, Samantha (10), and one brother, Dave (23) … Her brother played lacrosse at Rollins College from 2008-11 ... Is an Integrative Health Science major.

MOORE on MEYERS “Whitney has quick hands and great eye coordination to see the ball and attack. She is cat-like in goal; very quick and exciting to watch play. She comes up big when she is ‘in the zone’ and will be a big part of our defensive success.”

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“Jasmine will bring her basketball experience to the defensive unit. She has worked hard on her own to sharpen her stick skills. Jazzy has a great opportunity and I love that she jumped at this very unique experience.”

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Midfield • 5-3 • Freshman East Rochester, N.Y. East Rochester

High School Was a four-year letter winner in field hockey at East Rochester High … Was also a member of the indoor and outdoor track teams, competing in the sprints and jumping events ... Earned All-County in outdoor track in the 4x400 relay ... Captured a sectional title in the triple jump ... Helped her field hockey team to three straight sectional titles, two regional titles and one state crown ... Was an honor roll student ... Was involved with the Eco Club, the Varsity Club, the Student Council and the Foreigh Language Club. Personal Full name is Noelle Yvette Morabito … Was born on November 23, 1993, in Rochester, NY … Parents are Colette and David Morabito … Has two brothers, David and Andrew, and two sisters, Angelique and Suzette … Is undecided on a major.

MOORE on MORABITO “Noelle is a commanding player who can play both on the attacking and defensive ends of the field. She works hard all over the field, and truly makes some plays that will ‘wow’ people. I am excited to see what she does this spring.”

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Mary Kate O’SULLIVAN

Amanda PARKER

Midfield • 5-7 • Freshman Naples, Fla. Barron Collier

Defense • 5-11 • Freshman Perkasie, Pa. Central Bucks West

High School Was a four-year letter winner at Barron Collier High as a defender and midfielder … Also lettered for four years in soccer as a midfielder … Was an All-County and All-America player in lacrosse and an All-County and All-Area player in soccer ... Was a member of the National Honor Society ... Was active in the student councel, was class treasurer and was a volunteer coach for both soccer and lacrosse. Personal Full name is Mary Kathryn O’Sullivan … Was born on March 22, 1994, in Atlanta, Ga. … Parents are Marilyn and David O’Sullivan … Has two brothers, David (15) and Thomas (14) … Is undecided on a major.

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High School Was a four-year letter winner, starter and team captain in both lacrosse and basketball at Central Bucks West High School … Played midfield in lacrosse and guard/forward in basketball … Was a three-time All-Conference player in both basketball and lacrosse ... Was named to ESPN Rise Players to Watch Elite 120 All-Star team … Led her team in ground balls and caused turnovers … Was an honor roll student ... Was involved in Athletes Helping Athletes, Habitat for Humanity and also coached intramural basketball and lacrosse. Personal Full name is Amanda Dorothy Parker … Was born on May 25, 1993, in Abington Pa. … Parents are Lauran and John Parker … Has two brothers, John (16) and Ryan (13), and one sister, Ashley (17) … Is a Family Enterprise major.

“Mary Kate is a workhorse all over the field, who is able to take care of the ball up the field. She will be a danger on both the defensive and attacking ends. She has made huge jumps in her game this fall to make her even more of a threat on the field. We are so excited to see her ‘bring it’ this spring.”

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MOORE on PARKER “Amanda shows extraordinary leadership on and off the field, and will play a big part in organizing the defense and bringing great depth. She brings a successful basketball background to her lacrosse experience, and she will excel on the field.”

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Hallie PLUNKETT

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Defense • 5-4 • Freshman Brentwood, Tenn. Brentwood

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High School Was a four-year letter winner in lacrosse at Brentwood High School … Played defense and midfield for the Bruins … Helped team to its first berth in the state playoffs in 2010 ... Was selected as an Academic All-American ... Was a member of the National Honor Society Personal Full name is Hallie Elizabeth Plunkett … Was born on October 29, 1993, in Nashville, Tenn. … Parents are Peggy and Logan Plunkett … Is a Digital Arts major.

High School Was a four-year letter winner in both soccer and lacrosse at Lyman High ... Also competed in track & field for two years ... Was a member of Mu Alpha Theta National Honor Society. Personal Full name is Stephanie Michelle Rendell … Was born on September 3, 1993, in Longwood, Fla. … Parents are James and Christine Rendell … Has one sister, Amanda (20) … Is a Digital Arts major.

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“Hallie is a very solid defender, who will go after the ground ball and cause many turnovers. She is quiet off the field, but she reads the game and comes up with key caused turnovers. I am excited to see her grow as an athlete.”

“Stephanie works hard on the field to become a better all-around player. She is a sneaky attacker who can work off of others to open up offensive opportunities. Stephanie will bring an unselfish presence to our attack.”

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Schuyler THORNTON

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Midfield • 5-4 • Freshman Esmont, Va. Monticello HS

Attack • 5-8 • Freshman Montclair, Va. Forest Park Senior

Prior to Stetson Played one season of field hockey at Virginia Wesleyan before transferring to Stetson this spring. High School Played lacrosse, field hockey and basketball at Monticello High School in Charlottsville, Va. ... Led the Mustangs to a 2009 District Championship ... Was an all-district honoree for two years in both lacrosse and field hockey. Personal Full name is Schuyler Rose Thornton ... Was born on November 18, 1993 in Charlottsville, Va. ... Is the daughter of Mark and Lynnley Thornton ... Has one brother, Colton (17) ... Her father was a collegiate football player at Ferrum College in 1978.

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High School Was a four-year letter winner in lacrosse and a two-year letter winner in field hockey at Forest Park Senior High in Woodbridge, Va. ... Helped her team to a pair of Cardinal District titles in lacrosse (2009, 2012) ... Was also on a pair of district field hockey title teams (2010-11) ... Was a two-time All-District first team selection while also earning All-Area and All-Region honors. Personal Full name is Mallory Kate Tluchowski ... Was born on February 15, 1993, in Jacksonville ... Grew up in Manassas, Va. ... Is the daughter of Mike and Michele Tluchowski ... Has one sister, Maddie (18) ... Her father was a collegiate wrestler at the United States Naval Academy in 1987 ... Is an Intergrative Health Science major.

MOORE on THORNTON MOORE on TLUCHOWSKI “Schuyler was a mid-year transfer and is working well with the team, finding her place with her teammates. She will get up to speed quickly and learn what Stetson Lacrosse is all about. We are happy to have Schuyler as a part of the Stetson Lacrosse Family!”

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“Mallory is an intimidating attacker who works hard on and off the ball to make things open up on offense. She has been wonderful to coach this fall. Mallory has a nose to goal mentality and the potential to be extremely dangerous on attack.”

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Nicole MOORE Head Coach First Season New Hampshire, 2002 Stetson University Director of Athletics Jeff Altier announced the appoinitment of Nicole Moore as the head coach of the Hatters’ new women’s lacrosse program in December 2011. Stetson will field its first women’s lacrosse team as a member of the Atlantic Sun Conference in the spring of 2013. The A-Sun will have a seven team league for women’s lacrosse, a group that will include Jacksonville, Kennesaw State, Mercer, Detroit, Howard and Longwood in addition to the Hatters. Moore comes to Stetson from the University of Vermont after where she has spent the last two seasons. Prior to her time with the Catamounts, Moore spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Temple University (2007-10). She worked primarily with the Owl defenders and helped guide Temple to a spot in the Atlantic-10 Tournament over the last three years. The Owls won the A-10 Championship in 2008 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament that season. Prior to joining the Owl coaching staff, Moore served as an assistant coach at Canisius (2004-06). During her stint with the Lady Griffins she coached four All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference players, including an MAAC Offensive Player of the Year in 2006 and a Defensive Player of the Year in 2005. In 2005, Moore helped the Lady Griffins to the program’s first winning season in history with a 9-6 record. In 2006, the squad finished second in the MAAC with a 12-7 record. While at Canisius, Moore also served as an assistant coach and player on the MAAC All-Stars team in the International Friendship Games, held in Tokyo, Japan. Upon graduating from the University of New Hampshire in 2002 with a degree in English, Moore took a job as the director of lacrosse at the Casterton School, an independent boarding school in Lancashire, England. She also worked as a coaching officer in the English Lacrosse Association. In addition to her duties at Casterton, she was in charge of running elite performance centers for the ELA. While in England, she was a member of the Heaton Mersey and North England women’s lacrosse teams. A native of Wilton, Maine, Moore was a three-year member of the New Hampshire women’s lacrosse team, where she led her squad to a 2002 America East Conference Regular Season Title. Moore, an IWLCA/US Lacrosse Regional Second Team All-American, was a member of the 2001 and 2002 America East All-Championship teams, as well as an America East All-Conference First Team selection in 2002. During her senior season, she was voted UNH’s Defensive MVP. Moore also played field hockey for the Wildcats, earning a spot on the America East Championship team and helping her team advance to the NCAA Tournament in 1998. Moore’s experience also includes working as a director of various lacrosse camps. For the past 10 years she has been involved with some of the top Elite summer camps, including at the University of North Carolina. A speaker at the 2009 US Lacrosse Convention, Moore sits on multiple IWLCA committees. This will be her fourth year to present on topics of transferring drills from other sports to lacrosse, coaching the younger generation and finding success, and team building and empowering leaders. She is currently on the IWLCA Outreach Committee that works with Project IRM, which identifies, recruits and mentors minority coaches in the sport of lacrosse. Moore earned a master’s of science with a concentration in sport psychology and sport coaching from Canisius in May of 2006.

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Brittany DIPPER Assistant Coach First Season Maryland, 2012 Brittany Dipper joined the Stetson University lacrosse program on August 27, 2012, as assistant coach. Dipper came to Stetson on the heels of a highly successful playing career at the University of Maryland where, over four years in goal, she led the Terrapins to four consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference titles. In addition, she made eight saves in goal in Maryland’s 2010 national championship game victory over Northwestern. Dipper’s playing career at Maryland, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Family Science, includes a pair of first team All-America seasons and a national Goalie of the Year award. She was named to the All-ACC Tournament team all four years of her career while posting a career record in goal of 75-8. A native of Clarksboro, N.J., Dipper not only excelled in lacrosse. She was also a member of Maryland’s 2008 national champion field hockey team. While Stetson marks Dipper’s first foray into full-time coaching, she is no stranger to teaching the game of lacrosse. While still a player at Maryland she worked as a coach and counselor at a number of camps and clinics. She has been an annual instructor at the Maryland Elevate Lacrosse Open Camp and has worked at elite camps in Salt Lake City, Atlanta and at Duke University.

Mitch VANSUMEREN Student Assistant Coach First Season

Mitchell VanSumeren joined the Stetson women’s lacrosse program, working with head coach Nicole Moore, in the spring of 2012. He is a student at Stetson University studying sports business. He plans to graduate in 2015 and pursue coaching as a full-time job. VanSumeren is a native of Flushing, Michigan, and graduated from Flushing High School in 2010. While attending Flushing High School, he was actively involved with the football team, student leadership organization, city youth council and the Mid-Michigan Rural Football League programs. Much of his previous coaching experiences are in football. He was a head coach in the Mid-Michigan Rural Football League for the Flushing Raiders for two seasons (2009-10). During that time he compiled a 12-0 record and was the youngest coach in league history to win a championship. After arriving in DeLand in 2011, VanSumeren accepted a job with St. Barnabas Episcopal School as an assistant football coach. The Crusaders went 8-0 and went on to win the Athens Athletic Conference title. In addition to his duties with the Stetson lacrosse program, VanSumeren also works in the Stetson equipment room and has worked with the Hatters football program.

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Liberty

San Diego State

Head Coach:......................... Regan Denham Overall Record:.............................. 11-38 (3) Liberty Record:.............................. 11-38 (3) 2012 Overall:....................................... 3-14 2012 Big South:...................................... 2-5 Media Relations:.....................Dwayne Groff Phone:..................................(434) 582-2292 Email:.........................dsgroff@liberty.edu Web:....................... www.libertyflames.com

Head Coach:..............................Kylee White Overall Record:................................ 5-10 (1) SDSU Record:................................... 5-10 (1) 2012 Overall:....................................... 5-10 2012 MPSF:............................................. 2-5 Media Relations:.....................Beau Bearden Phone:..................................(619) 594-1928 Email:..................bbearen@mail.sdsu.edu Web:...............................www.goaztecs.com

Feb. 10 - DeLand, Fla.

UC Davis

Feb. 17 - DeLand, Fla.

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William & Mary

Presbyterian

Feb. 24 - UC Davis

Mar. 2 - DeLand, Fla.

Mar. 5 - DeLand, Fla.

Head Coach:..........................Kate Henwood Overall Record:......................... First season UC Davis Record:...................... First season 2012 Overall:....................................... 6-10 2012 MPSF:............................................. 2-5 Media Relations:....................... Mark Honbo Phone:..................................(530) 752-8050 Email:................... mwhonbo@ucdavis.edu Web:...................... www.ucdavisaggies.com

Head Coach:......................... Brooke Ireland Overall Record:................................ 4-13 (1) William & Mary Record:................... 4-13 (1) 2012 Overall:....................................... 4-13 2012 CAA:.............................................. 2-5 Media Relations:..........................Rob Turner Phone:..................................(757) 221-3370 Email:............................... rrturn@wm.edu Web:....................... www.tribeathletics.com

Head Coach:............................Julie Redman Overall Record:................................. 48-110 School Record:................................. 3-16 (1) 2012 Overall:....................................... 3-16 2012 Big South:...................................... 1-6 Media Relations:...........................Ryan Real Phone:..................................(864) 833-7095 Email:...........................rtreal@presby.edu Web:.......................... www.gobluehose.com

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Mar. 13 - DeLand, Fla.

Mar. 19 - Gainesville, Fla.

Head Coach:............................Phil Schuman Overall Record:................................ 4-10 (1) Campbell Record:..................... First season 2012 Overall:.........................................n/a 2012 Big South:......................................n/a Media Relations:...........Laura Caroline Spell Phone:..................................(910) 893-1529 Email:........................ spell@campbell.edu Web:..............................www.gocamels.com

Head Coach:..............................Jill DePetris Overall Record:......................... First season Bryant Record:.......................... First season 2012 Overall:....................................... 6-10 2012 NEC:............................................... 5-4 Media Relations:................ Allie Weinberger Phone:..................................(401) 232-6558 Email:.....................aweinbe1@bryant.edu Web:.....................www.bryantbulldogs.com

Head Coach:......................Amanda O’Leary Overall Record:...........................207-80 (17) Florida Record:.............................. 45-15 (3) 2012 Overall:....................................... 19-3 2012 ALC:............................................... 5-0 Media Relations:................. Megan Kramper Phone:..................................(352) 375-6175 Email:...................megank@gators.ufl.edu Web:.............................www.gatorzone.com

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California

Mar. 21 - DeLand, Fla.

Mar. 29 - Moraga, Calif.

Apr. 1 - Berkeley, Calif.

Head Coach:.........................Jessica O’Brien Overall Record:.............................. 10-23 (2) Marist Record:............................... 10-23 (2) 2012 Overall:....................................... 4-13 2012 MAAC:............................................ 3-3 Media Relations:..........................Alex Lumb Phone:..................................(845) 575-6047 Email:............alexander.lumb@marist.edu Web:...........................www.goredfoxes.com

Head Coach:...............................Lauren Uhr Overall Record:.............................. 45-66 (9) St. Mary’s Record:.......................... 11-53 (6) 2012 Overall:....................................... 3-12 2012 MPSF:............................................. 1-6 Media Relations:....................Mark Oshidari Phone:..................................(925) 631-8722 Email:....................mko2@stmarys-ca.edu Web:..............................www.smcgaels.com

Head Coach:.............................Ginger Miles Overall Record:.............................. 40-14 (3) Cal Record:........................................ 8-8 (1) 2012 Overall:......................................... 8-8 2012 MPSF:............................................. 4-3 Media Relations:......................... Tim Miguel Phone:..................................(510) 643-9036 Email:.....................tmiguel@berkeley.edu Web:............................... www.calbears.com

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Jacksonville

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Detroit

Kennesaw State

Head Coach:...........................Mindy McCord Overall Record:.............................. 37-20 (3) JU Record:..................................... 37-20 (3) 2012 Overall:....................................... 15-4 2012 NLC:............................................... 6-1 Media Relations:........................ Jim Nasella Phone:..................................(904) 256-7402 Email:.................................jnasell@ju.edu Web:............................www.judolphins.com

Head Coach:...........................Laura Maness Overall Record:.............................. 18-29 (3) Detroit Record:.................................. 8-9 (1) 2012 Overall:......................................... 8-9 2012 NLC:............................................... 5-2 Media Relations:.................... P.J. Gradowski Phone:..................................(313) 993-1745 Email:.................. gradowpi@udmercy.edu Web:..........................www.detroittians.com

Head Coach:.........................Kristina Llanes Overall Record:................................... 12-37 Kennesaw Record:.................... First season 2012 Overall:.........................................n/a 2012 A-Sun:............................................n/a Media Relations:.............................Al Barba Phone:..................................(770) 794-7837 Email:....................abarba@kennesaw.edu Web:................................www.ksuowls.com

Howard

Apr. 14 - DeLand, Fla.

A-Sun Tournament

Apr. 19 - Washington, D.C.

Apr. 26-28 - Jacksonville, Fla.

Head Coach:.................Sarah Schermerhorn 2012 Overall:....................................... 0-10 2012 NLC:............................................... 0-4 Media Relations:.................Ariel V. Germain Phone:..................................(202) 806-7182 Email:..............ariel.germain@howard.edu Web:.......................www.howard-bison.com

Commissioner:........................ Ted Gumbart Membership Services:............Sherri Booker Championships & Ops:..............Matt Wilson External Relations:..................... Tim Crosby Video Systems:........................ John Roberts Compliance:.............................. Mike Hagen Web Content:..........................Patrick McCoy Public Relations:...................Craig Threlkeld Business Services:..........................Pat Bush Phone:..................................(478) 474-3394

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Dr. Wendy Libby University President Fourth Year Stetson University entered a new era of leadership in July 2009 when Dr. Wendy B. Libby became the university’s ninth president. Along with Director of Athletics Jeff Altier, Libby was integral in bringing football back to Stetson for the first time since 1956. The Hatters will play their first season in the fall of 2013. Coming with the return of football was the construction of a state-of-the-art field house for not only football, but also men’s and women’s soccer and the brand new women’s lacrosse team. The $6.7 million, 25,000 square foot facility was completed in August of 2012. Formerly president of Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., the nation’s second-oldest women’s institution, Libby has had a broad career in higher education and private industry. An expert in strategic planning, she plans to build on Stetson’s values-centered heritage and tradition of academic excellence and communityengaged service learning while movingStetson forward. Prior to her six years at Stephens College, Libby served as vice president for business affairs and chief financial officer at Furman University, Greenville, S.C., from 1995 to 2003. She has 28 years of administrative and teaching experience in higher education, at institutions including Westbrook College (now part of the University of New England), the University of Hartford, the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, The Ohio State University and Cornell University. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Libby earned her doctorate in Educational Administration from the University of Connecticut. Her undergraduate degree, in Biology with a concentration in Genetics, is from Cornell University. She earned an MBA, with a concentration in Finance, from Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. Libby is a member of numerous higher education organizations. Last fall, she led a delegation of six college presidents in a visit to Ewha University in Seoul, South Korea. In honor of her outstanding leadership, Libby received the 2007 Athena Award from the Columbia (Mo.) Chamber of Commerce Women’s Network for her support of women in realizing their full leadership potential and for contributing to the quality of life in the communi ty. In May, she received the 2009 Outstanding Higher Education Professional Alumni Award at the University of Connecticut. She and her husband, Dr. Richard M. Libby, have two sons, Glenn and wife Ginger, and Gregg and wife Lori, four grandchildren, a great-granddaughter, and three dogs. An avid reader, she enjoys cooking and entertaining.

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Jeff Altier Director of Athletics 16th Year Jeff Altier, a 28-year veteran of the Stetson University athletic department, is in his 16th year as Director of Athletics. During his tenure, Altier has earned a reputation as an outstanding fundraiser and a leader with an eye on the future, and is noted for his active participation in the NCAA governance structure. Along with President Libby, he was integral in bringing football back to Stetson for the first time since 1956. The Hatters will play their first season in the fall of 2013. Coming with the return of football was the construction of a state-of-the-art field house for not only football, but also men’s and women’s soccer and the brand new women’s lacrosse team. The $6.7 million, 25,000 square foot facility was completed in August of 2012. Altier, captain of the nationally-ranked 1982 Hatter baseball team, earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Stetson. Upon wrapping up his Stetson baseball career, he spent two years as a player/coach developing the sport in Perth, Australia. He then returned to Stetson as an assistant coach before being promoted to Ticket Manager, Director of Athletic Promotions, and then Associate Athletic Director. In these rolls, he spearheaded the department’s development efforts as well as oversaw athletic marketing and promotions, concessions and travel coordination. He was named Director of Athletics in 1996. Altier also served as Tournament Manager for the NCAA Division I Southeast First and Second Round Men’s basketball tournament hosted by Stetson in 1993 and 1996 at the Orlando Arena, and as Tournament Director for the 1999 and 2004 tournament. Stetson has taken great strides in the area of gender equity under Altier, increasing scholarships, participation opportunities and staffing for women’s athletics. The unprecedented success of the women’s tennis, golf, soccer, basketball and softball teams in conference competition during Altier’s tenure are evidence of his commitment to women’s athletics. In fact, under his direction Stetson’s women’s and men’s teams have won an impressive 15 conference championships. A hallmark of Altier’s professional career was the building of Stetson’s $4.5 million baseball facility, Melching Field at Conrad Park. Built in conjunction with the City of DeLand, Melching Field is regarded as one of the nation’s premiere college baseball facilities. Altier then turned his attention to construction of an on-campus softball facility, which broke ground in 2002 and was ready for competition in February of 2003. The Patricia Wilson Field has been named Collegiate Softball Field of the Year four times. He was also instrumental in securing new state-of-the-art field lighting for both the softball and soccer fields in 2005. Under his guidance, the Athletic Department has seen the addition of the new Wilson Athletic Center, a $ 1.5 million health and wellness facility for the use of Stetson student-athletes. Stetson athletics has continued to grow under Altier’s guidance. Three new sports have or will be added in the next year, with sand volleyball starting competition in the spring of 2012, women’s lacrosse in the spring of 2013 and the return of football in the fall of 2013. The program is also growing in terms of staffing and facilities, with construction currently under way on a facility that will house the football, lacrosse and both soccer programs, along with practice field for football and practice and game fields for soccer and lacrosse. Altier’s leadership has extended beyond campus, as he has taken on Atlantic Sun Conference leadership roles, chairing many committees and serving as conference vice-president. Additionally, he has served on the National Association of College Directors of Athletics Division IAAA board of directors, the NCAA A.E.C. Cabinet and is currently a member of the prestigious NCAA Leadership Council. Locally he has served as president of the DeLand Rotary Club, vice-president of the DeLand Sports Redevelopment Association, and is a graduate of Leadership DeLand and Leadership Orlando. He is currently a member of the board of directors of the Central Florida Sports Commission. Altier was honored as the West Volusia Sportsperson of the Year for 2004. In 2011 Altier was recognized by his peers in the National Association of Collegiate Director of Athletics as the Under Armour Southeast Region Division I Athletic Director of the Year. Altier’s family includes wife, Sarah (Booker) (Stetson B.A. ‘82, M.Ed. ‘96), and children Heath (Stetson M.B.A. ‘09), Brianne, and Garrett.

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S t ets on L ACROS S E Athletics Facilities Since 1974, the J. Ollie Edmunds Center has been home to Stetson men’s basketball, women’s basketball and volleyball contests. The Hatter men’s basketball team defeated Marshall 73-58 in the inaugural Edmunds Center game on Dec. 5, 1974. In the 36 seasons since that time, the Hatters have amassed over 330 total victories in their home building. Maintaining a top-notch athletic facility is a continual process, and the work at the Edmunds Center has been at a pace to keep up with the development of the athletic program itself. Over the past several years, the Edmunds Center has received a number of physical modifications and equipment upgrades. The scoreboards, shot clocks, bench seating, illuminated media tables, floor design and lobby showcase have all recently been upgraded. In 2000, the maplewood floor was completely sanded and repainted, and new scoreboards were installed. In 2003, banners were hung in the Edmunds Center rafters for each member of the Basketball Hall of Fame. And in 2005, brand new bleachers were installed along the entire east end of the building. Eight modern locker rooms are housed in the Edmunds Center, among them the men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, softball and volleyball locker rooms. The Edmunds Center houses coaches and staff offices. In addition, the complex contains the crew team workout facility, dressing rooms, the ticket office and an athletic training room. The Edmunds Center was home to the men’s 1991 and 1996 Trans America Athletic Conference Tournaments as well as the women’s tournament in 1997. It also served as training camp site for the Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association in 1992 and 1993, and hosted the NCAA Volleyball Tournament First Round in 1996. Down the street is the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center, home of the Stetson men’s and women’s tennis programs. Located on the east-side of the DeLand campus, the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center was completed in late 1996. The state-of-the-art facility is named in honor of Mandy Marie Stoll who was the tennis team’s top player when she was killed in an automobile accident in April 1988 during her junior year. During her three years as a member of the Stetson tennis team, she set school records of 20 consecutive wins and 27 wins in one season. The facility includes six courts, with plans for six additional courts in the future, a kiosk, three gazebos, courtside bleachers and a new scoreboard. Three of the six courts have been named: one for Mary Estella Palmer McNamara, the late wife of SU trustee Dennis McNamara of Orlando and a Stetson graduate; one in honor of former Stetson tennis coach Vicky Pate, also a Stetson alumna; and one in memory of Mandy Stoll. The Mandy Stoll Tennis Center has served as the host location for four Atlantic Sun Conference Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships. The Stetson softball team has played 10 seasons at Patricia Wilson Field with tremendous success. The Hatters won their first 18 games on their home field in 2003 and have a combined home record of 278-124 (.692). The sparkling facility features spacious dugouts, multiple bullpen and batting cage areas, a state-of-the-art scoreboard, a brilliant lighting system for playing night games, and a concession area. A team field house and a press box were built in 2007-08. In 2010 Stetson hosted the A-Sun Tournament for the fourth year in a row. One of the most picturesque, fan-friendly stadiums in the nation, Melching Field at Conrad Park will enter its 15th season as the home of Stetson Baseball in 2013. At a cost of $4.5 million, Melching Field was the result of a joint effort between Stetson University, DeLand Sports Redevelopment Association and the City of DeLand. Built on the same site as old Conrad Park, Melching Field opened on Feb. 12, 1999. Hatter fans have flocked to Melching Field in record numbers. With more than half a million fans since the stadium opened in 1999, Stetson is often ranked nationally among college baseball attendance leaders. Melching Field features permanent seating for 2,500 spectators with grass berms holding approximately 500 additional fans. A full-service concessions area greets visitors upon their entrance to the park on Woodland Boulevard. The 2012 season marked the debut of a new high-tech scoreboard, which is located in left field and is equipped with a state-of-the-art message center and graphics board. The numerous golf courses in Florida provide the men’s and women’s golf teams with ample places to play. The Hatters host tournaments every year at the DeLand Country Club, Southridge Golf Club, and Victoria Hills Golf Club. Also, the cross country teams host a meet every October at the Sperling Sports Complex, and the crew team practices and competes at nearby Lake Beresford.

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• The Stetson University Sports Medicine staff is under the direction of the head team physician, three associate physicians, and full time certified athletic trainers providing a full complement of services to enhance the physical performance and personal healthcare of each student-athlete. • The sports medicine staff’s main location is in the athletic training room of the Wilson Athletic Center. The athletic training room is a 2,500 square-foot facility dedicated to the healthcare of all student-athletes. It is stocked with over 9,000 pounds of free weights and selectorized equipment. • The sports medicine staff is focused on identifying and preventing athletic injuries through the use of a complete line of evaluation tools including a state-of-the-art isokinetic testing and rehabilitation device. • The addition of the Athletic Training Center this past summer brought on an additional state-of-the-art athletic training room. • The division of sports medicine utilizes a wide array of physicians, counselors, and other allied health care professionals to assist our student-athletes in all aspects of their healthcare, growth, and development. • A full-time certified athletic trainer is on site for all in season practices, games, weight training, and conditioning sessions. Sports Medicine Mission Statement The Sports Medicine Program serves the Stetson University Department of Athletics by providing a comprehensive health care network, wellness and education for each participating member of the Department of Athletics. This health care willplace emphasis on the prevention, care, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and illnesses. In addition, these services are made available to the remainder of the Stetson University community through our physical therapy alliance.

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S t ets on L ACROS S E Strength and conditioning

Brad Lokey Director of Strength and Conditioning First Year After spending more than three years away from the state of Florida, Longwood native Brad Lokey has returned home to serve as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Stetson University. A former member of the United States Marine Corps, Lokey oversees the strength and conditioning program for all 19 of Stetson’s varsity sports. Lokey is a certified Strength and Conditioning Coach by the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association as well as by the National Strength & Conditioning Association. He is also certified as a personal trainer. Lokey comes to Stetson from Cumberland University in Tennessee where he was the Director of Strength & Conditioning. Before that, he spent six months working in the Georgia Tech Strength and Conditioning department – primarily working with the football, softball, swimming and diving and cheerleading squads for the Yellow Jackets. It was during his time at Georgia Tech when Lokey completed his practicum and internship hours to earn his certification as a strength and conditioning coach. He also spent time working with the football, men’s and women’s basketball and wrestling teams at UT-Chattanooga. Lokey was the first head Strength and Conditioning Coach and Fitness Center Manager at Webber International University in Babson Park, Fla., working in that position for two years. He was responsible for the 19-sport Warriors program, designing and implementing workout programs for all sports, implementing and analyzing results to test the effectiveness of the programs and creating a computer data base for workouts for student-athletes. Lokey was born in Shelbyville, Tenn., but grew up in Florida, graduating from Lyman High School in Longwood. He received his bachelor’s degree in Recreational Administration with minors in Biology and Coaching from Central Methodist University in Fayette, Mo., in December of 2006. He played football for four years at LHS and two years at CMU before spending four years of honorable military service in the Marine Corps prior to completing his scholastic-athletic endeavors. He earned a master’s degree in Business Administration and Sport Management from Webber International in 2009. Lokey is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa). Lokey possesses three credentials from the NSCA including; Registered Strength & Conditioning Coach (RSCC), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Personal Trainer (CPT). He is also Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) and is recognized as an approved mentor by the CSCCa.

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S t ets on L ACROS S E Atlantic sun Conference For 35 years, the Atlantic Sun Conference has supported its member institutions in providing intercollegiate athletics programs committed to Building Winners for Life. The A-Sun meets it mission by maintaining the highest standards in academic and athletic achievement, creating a balance between student and athlete. Adding an emphasis on sportsmanship in the competitive arena and fostering leadership opportunities through community service, the A-Sun, its member institutions and its student-athletes aim for an overall educational experience that is successful in Building Winners for Life. BUILDING The student-athletes of the A-Sun consistently achieve academic accolades on a national level... As a whole, the Atlantic Sun set a new record with more than 65 percent of all student-athletes earning All-Academic status after achieving at least a 3.0 GPA last year. ETSU’s Adam Solazzo and FGSU’s Sarah Hansen swept the Division I-AAA Men’s and Women’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year awards, while the A-Sun also claimed the men’s post-graduate scholarship from the association. FGCU’s Courtney Chihil garnered A-Sun Female Student-Athlete of the year honors, graduating with a 3.86 GPA in nursing while leading the team in minutes and helping her team to the fifth best winning percentage in the nation. Also recognized as a Capital One All-District and DI-AAA ADA selection, she was the A-Sun’s candidate for the NCAA’s Woman of the Year award. For the second consecutive year, The A-Sun is one of only three conferences in NCAA Division I women’s soccer to have all of its teams win the NSCAA Team Academic Award for posting a team GPA of 3.0 or better. The Atlantic Sun Conference set a new high with seven teams receiving The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Team Academic Award for the 2011-12 season by their maintaining at least a 3.30 cumulative team grade-point average on a 4.0 scale or a 4.10 cumulative team GPA on a 5.0 scale. The A-Sun’s total ranks it in a tie for second among the 31 NCAA Division I conferences. WINNERS ... while performing at a high level in the competitive arena ... The A-Sun placed three men’s basketball teams in postseason play for the second consecutive season, with Mercer claiming the 2012 CIT Championship and giving the A-Sun its first postseason championship in league history. The Jacksonville women’s track and field team won a conference record seventh consecutive indoor and outdoor track and field titles. In its first year of eligibility for all sports, FGCU won a combined eight regular season and tournament titles, the most in the conference. Softball continues its pursuit to become a multi-bid sport as the league posted the 11th best RPI in the NCAA, its fifth straight season being ranked in the top-12 and boasted six top-100 teams including conference champion Florida Gulf Coast (74). Men’s Golf continues to grow into one of the conference’s strongest national sports. North Florida earned a No. 2 seed at its regional while Kennesaw State earned at at-large beth to the championship. Representatives of six schools participated in NCAA Regional play in 2012, doubling last year’s numbers. Additionally, North Florida’s appearance in the NCAA Championship Round ups the A-Sun’s total to at least one team in the championship in eight of the last nine years. The A-Sun added sand volleyball and became the first conference in NCAA history to host a conference championship in the emerging sport. Additionally, pairs from North Florida and Stetson advanced to compete in the AVCA Collegiate Sand Volleyball National Championship. FOR LIFE! ...and preparing themselves to become valuable members of their community . The NCAA annual Federal Graduation Rate and Graduation Success Rate (GSR) report shows the A-Sun living its mission of Building Winners for Life as 12 A-Sun postseason teams equaled or bettered the national average. Resulting from a number of initiatives throughout 2011-12, the A-Sun SAAC raised more than $22,200 to benefit organizations such as the Alzheimer’s Association, the American Cancer Society, Boys and Girls Club, and many more. In eight years of fundraising, the SAAC has accumulated more than $125,000 for local programs. Six Atlantic Sun Conference member institutions were named to the 2012 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, two with distinction. That number also places the A-Sun among the top half of Division I conferences, as only 12 of 31 conferences had six or more schools recognized. The A-Sun has successfully placed 17 individuals on NCAA committees. The conference is the only one in the nation to post Faculty Athletics Representatives on both the Leadership and Legislative Councils. Since opening in 1997, Florida Gulf Coast University has amassed more than 1 million service-learning hours and earned national recognition for its program. In the latest periodic rankings by national publications, six Atlantic Sun member institutions have been named as one of the top colleges and universities across the country in the annual “America’s Best Colleges” 2012 list, created by Forbes Magazine. Stetson tops the list of the half-dozen A-Sun institutions that rank in the top 15 to 23 percent of all colleges and universities granting fouryear degrees. The list also includes North Florida, Mercer University, Northern Kentucky University, East Tennessee State University and Kennesaw State University. Headquartered in Macon, Ga., the A-Sun footprint reaches into seven six of the top media markets in the Southeast. The A-Sun includes a blend of the most prestigious and dynamic private and public institutions in the region: East Tennessee State University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Jacksonville University, Kennesaw State University, Lipscomb University, Mercer University, University of North Florida, Northern Kentucky University, University of South Carolina Upstate and Stetson University.

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The DeLand campus, 25 miles from Daytona Beach and 35 miles from Orlando, is home to the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business Administration and School of Music. The College of Law is in St. Petersburg/Gulfport. The Tampa Law Center is in downtown Tampa. The Stetson University Center at Celebration is in the Orlando area.

Accreditation and Degrees

Stetson University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award: • bachelor’s, master’s and Educational Specialist degrees in the College of Arts & Sciences, • bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the School of Business Administration, • bachelor’s degrees in the School of Music, • the Juris Doctor and Master of Laws degrees in the College of Law, • a joint J.D.-M.B.A. degree. The university’s programs are accredited by: • AACSB International-The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, • American Bar Association, • American Chemical Society, • National Association of Schools of Music, • National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. • Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

DELAND CAMPUS INFORMATION Facilities

Stetson University was founded in DeLand in 1883, and the 175acre DeLand campus is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Recent improvements to the DeLand campus include: • $6.7 million athletics complex, including a field house and four playing fields (under construction), • addition of a coffeehouse in the Carlton Union Building (completed), • renovation of Nemec Hall into pet-friendly housing (completed), • renewal of landscaping and walkways in the campus core (ongoing), • upgrades to classrooms and the addition of more energy-saving lighting (ongoing). Recent additions to the DeLand campus include: • $8 million Science Center addition to the existing Sage Hall, • Mary B. McMahan Hall, an addition to the School of Music’s Presser Hall, • Homer and Dolly Hand Art Center, • Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Environmental Learning Center. Within the past seven years: • a softball training facility was added at Patricia Wilson Field, • 5 fraternity houses were renovated, • 6 residential halls were built, 5 of which feature apartment-style living.

Faculty

The DeLand campus has 195 full-time faculty members, 95 percent of whom hold Ph.D. or equivalent degrees and who teach undergraduate classes. Our student/faculty ratio is 11-to-1.

Student Body

Stetson’s 2,291 undergraduates come from 42 states and 41 foreign countries; 58 percent of undergraduates are female and 42 percent are male.

Study Abroad

Stetson University students may study in other countries for a few weeks to a full semester. Faculty-led programs take place in Austria, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Hong Kong, mainland China, Mexico, Russia, Scotland and Spain. Certain School of Business Administration classes and programs include an overseas component to such locations as Hong Kong, Vietnam, Malaysia, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.

Athletics

Stetson is a member of the NCAA Division I Atlantic Sun Conference and offers 17 intercollegiate sports: football, baseball, softball, volleyball, sand volleyball, men and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s golf, crew, cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, and women’s lacrosse. The non-scholarship football program will be part of the Pioneer Football League and will play its first games in the fall of 2013. The university also has a vibrant Club Sports program featuring Aikido, croquet, dance, equestrian, men’s and women’s lacrosse, mixed martial arts, sand volleyball, shooting, skydive, men’s soccer, surf, swim, table tennis, tennis, triathlon and ultimate Frisbee.

Student Life

The DeLand campus alone is home to more than 100 student organizations, including service and special interest groups, student government, social fraternities and sororities, and 17 scholastic and honorary societies including Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Kappa Psi.

Admission

Stetson seeks students with a challenging high school curriculum. The Fall 2011 incoming freshmen class had an average 3.74 GPA, was in the middle 50 percent SAT range of 1070-1240 and the middle 50 percent ACT range of 22-27.

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1 Candice Chamblin D • 5-4 • Fr. Orlando, Fla.

8 Noelle Morabito M • 5-3 • Fr. East Rochester, N.Y.

15 Melanie Fredericks A • 5-8 • Fr. South Lyon, Mich.

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9 Samantha Akl A • 5-3 • So. Port St. Lucie, Fla.

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Jasmine Moore A • 5-3 • Fr. Orlando, Fla.

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Mallory Tluchowski A • 5-8 • Fr. Montclair, Va.

MaryKate O’Sullivan D • 5-8 • Fr. Naples, Fla.

Nicole Moore Head Coach First Season

Brittany Dipper Assistant Coach First Season

Mitch VanSumeren Student Assistant First Season

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