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2014 BIG EAST Women’s Lacrosse Championship Semifinals | Thursday, May 1 Final | Saturday, May 3 Mulit-Sport Field | Washington, D.C.

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QUICK FACTS General

Location ................................................Cincinnati, OH 45221 Enrollment...................................................................42,421 Nickname ..................................................................Bearcats Colors ...................................................................Red & Black Conference......................................BIG EAST (Lacrosse Only) Stadium.............................Sheakley Athletics Center (1,200) Founded ......................................................................... 1819 Affiliation ......................................................NCAA Division I President ...........................................Santa Jeremy Ono, PhD Alma Mater ..........................................University of Chicago Director of Athletics...............................................Mike Bohn Alma Mater, Year ...............................................Kansas, 1983 Faculty Representative ..................... Dr. David M. Szymanski

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach...........................................................Gina Oliver Alma Mater........................................... Ohio State, ‘05 Record at UC......................................7-9 (one season) Overall Record...................................7-9 (one season) Assistant Coach.............................................Lauren Gunning Alma Mater................................................. UConn, ‘11 Year at UC..............................................................Third Assistant Coach............................................. Shannon Witzel Alma Mater................................................Towson, ‘07 Year at UC..........................................................Second

SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS

Assistant AD (Football) Ryan Koslen............................................ ryan.koslen@uc.edu Senior Director (MBB, MGolf) Andre Foushee...................................andre.foushee@uc.edu Senior Director (Football, WSoccer, XC/Track) Cory Hall...................................................... cory.hall@uc.edu Senior Director/Lacrosse (MSoccer, Swim/Dive): Michael Scholl.................... michael.scholl@uc.edu Office.............................................................(513) 556-5181 Cell.................................................................(574) 876-6248 Director (WBB, WGolf, WTennis) Katie Botsis..............................................katie.botsis@uc.edu Assistant Director (Baseball, Volleyball) Alex Lange............................................... alex.lange@uc.edu Web Site: GoBEARCATS.com Sports Communications Office:....................(513) 556-5191 Mailing/Overnight Address: Richard E. Lindner Center, Ste. 860 2751 O’Varsity Way University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH 45221-0021

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The University of Cincinnati............................................................................................................................2-3 President Dr. Santa Ono......................................................................................................................................4 Athletics Director Mike Bohn..............................................................................................................................5 Sheakley Athletics Center...................................................................................................................................6 2014 Schedule....................................................................................................................................................7 2014 Roster.....................................................................................................................................................8-9 Player Bios...................................................................................................................................................10-17 Career Statistics...........................................................................................................................................18-19 Head Coach Gina Oliver..............................................................................................................................20-21 Coaching Staff.............................................................................................................................................22-23 2013 Results/Statistics.....................................................................................................................................24 2013 BIG EAST Standings/Statistics...........................................................................................................25-26 All-Time Roster.................................................................................................................................................27 Single Game/Season Records.....................................................................................................................28-29 Career Records.............................................................................................................................................30-31 Series History..............................................................................................................................................32-33 Year-by-Year Results/UC vs. Ranked Teams.....................................................................................................34

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THE UNIVERSITY AN INSTITUTION ON THE RISE »» U.S. News has ranked UC in the Top Tier of America’s Best Colleges and as one of 15 “up and coming” universities. »» The Chronicle of Higher Ed. calls UC a “research heavyweight.” »» Travel & Leisure Magazine ranked UC among America’s Most Beautiful College Campuses. »» UC was the first public institution in Ohio named a “green university” by Princeton Review. »» Classified as a Research University (Very High Research Activity) by the Carnegie Commission, UC is ranked as one of America’s top 25 public research universities by the National Science Foundation. »» Money Magazine’s “Elite Values in Higher Education,” Kaplan’s “Unofficial, Unbiased Insider’s Guide to the 320 Most Interesting Colleges,” Octameron’s “College Match: A Blueprint for Choosing the Best School for You” and Yahoo’s “Internet Life” have all ranked the University of Cincinnati’s programs among the best in the nation. LARGE PUBLIC UNIVERSITY »» The University of Cincinnati enrolls more than 42,000 students, including its Blue Ash and Clermont campuses, each year in a diverse collection of 13 colleges and divisions – from the College-Conservatory of Music to the College of Medicine, law to engineering, business to arts and sciences. »» The university offers more than 300 majors and degree programs from the associate to doctoral level. ATTRACTING ELITE STUDENTS »» UC’s total financial support for students is nearly $68 million, with its cornerstone scholarship program, Cincinnatus, awarding more than 2,000 scholarships totaling over $18 million. »» There are a several additional aid awards available, including the STEER Program, Darwin T. Turner Scholarship Fund, Choose Ohio First, Cincinnati CINCINNATI LACROSSE 2

Pathways Scholarship, UC Global scholars and tuition reciprocity. »» Additional information is available for your consideration. »» The University Honors Program comprises the top seven percent of UC students and is committed to helping students maximize their educational opportunities at UC while discovering and pursuing their passions in life and using their gifts and talents to make meaningful contributions to society. AMONG THE NATION’S MOST DIVERSE »» We offer many components that enrich us as a vibrant, public research university. UC is ranked 19th on the top 20 list of universities with a diverse student population. ASSISTING IN THEIR SUCCESS »» Learning communities serve more than 2,000 freshmen annually and feature personnel who have won national awards. They are an integral part of the first-year experience at UC and are an exciting way for first-year students to build a network of study partners and friends. »» The Center for Exploratory Studies has been featured in New York Times as a best practice and assists students who have not yet declared a major or who may be considering a change and want to make informed, intelligent decisions about their futures. WORLD-RENOWNED PROGRAMS »» The College & Conservatory of Music (CCM) is ranked in the top 10 music schools nationally. »» The Criminal Justice and Pediatrics programs are each ranked third in the nation, the College of Design Architecture Art & Planning (DAAP) annually has its design programs ranked in the top three nationally and its architecture program in the top 10.

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OF CINCINNATI COOPERATIVE EDUCATION »» Co-op was invented at the University of Cincinnati in 1906. Now, over 100 years and 43 countries later, generations of students worldwide have followed our lead. »» Today, UC’s co-op program is listed among the nation’s best in US News & World Report rankings. LOYAL ALUMNI »» The 2010-11 Almanac from the Chronicle of Higher Education ranked UC’s endowment of $1,004,368,000 at 74th in the United States among all colleges and universities. »» Income from endowment earnings reflect the dedication of more than 250,000 living alumni. VIBRANT SETTING The University of Cincinnati has seen tremendous growth since 2000 with the construction of 24 buildings across its main campus as well as Clermont College and Blue Ash locations. THE QUEEN CITY Amidst the gently rolling hills along the Ohio River, Cincinnati spreads from the southwestern corner of Ohio into Northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana.

A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE Cincinnati is not only among the best places for these companies to do business; it’s also one of the best places to live. Named ‘A Top-10 Value City’ by Kiplinger magazine, Cincinnati’s vibrant economy, low cost of living and great amenities helps companies

GETTING METROPOLITAN The metropolitan Cincinnati population is 2.1 million. The metro area consists of Hamilton, Clermont and Warren Counties in Ohio; Boone, Campbell and Kenton Counties in Kentucky; and Dearborn County, Indiana. The city’s population is about 356,000 and covers an area of 77.2 square miles. ACCOLADES AND AWARDS National praise keeps coming for Cincinnati and the city’s improved image has been the subject of numerous articles placed in publications such as USA Today, CNN.com and Esquire Magazine. Cincinnati is recognized not only as a top destination for all ages, but also a community that strives for innovation, quality of life and regional growth. AN ATTRACTIVE DESTINATION Cincinnati’s attractions were recognized as top vacation spots for families, in the Zagat Survey’s U.S. Family Travel Guide, in association with Parenting Magazine. Numerous Cincinnati attractions top rankings among a list of over 1,000 sites and attractions in the United States. »» Cincinnati is home to the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals and MLB’s Cincinnati Reds. »» Newport Aquarium was named the No. 1 aquarium in the Midwest and one of the 25 top rated attractions in the country. »» Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden ranked 13th of 50 national attractions. »» Cincinnati Art Museum tied with four museums, including the Metropolitan Art Museum in New York and the Art Institute in Chicago, for best art museum. »» Kings Island ranked 4th overall in “child appeal” category. »» Newport on the Levee topped the national list of malls and shopping centers. »» Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal and Great American Ball Park received top rankings as well. CINCINNATI LACROSSE ∙ 3

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AMONG THE FORTUNATE Cincinnati has more Fortune 500 companies per million residents than New York, Boston, Chicago or Los Angeles, and is the home of many of the most recognized and respected brands in the world. The region counts eight Fortune 500 headquarters with seven more in the Fortune 1000.

retain current employees and recruit new ones.

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President Dr. Santa Ono - @PrezOno Santa Jeremy Ono, PhD, is the 28th President at the University of Cincinnati. After serving on an interim basis for two months, he was appointed to the presidency on Oct. 23, 2012. President Ono first arrived at UC in 2010, serving two years as the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost. As Provost, he led the development of an Academic Master Plan (AMP) aligned to the university’s strategic plan. The AMP, unveiled in May 2012, outlined an initial investment of about $10 million toward long-term strategic goals set for completion in UC’s bicentennial year, 2019. Dr. Ono is the first Asian American to serve as UC’s chief executive and one of only a few Asian Americans to serve as president of a major research institution in the United States. Dr. Ono also serves as Professor of Pediatrics within UC’s College of Medicine and Professor of Biology in the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Ono’s principal research interests focus on transcriptional regulation in the human immune system, mechanisms of mast cell dependent inflammation on the ocular surface and the immune component of age-related macular degeneration. Dr. Ono’s service in the community includes the Cincinnati Business Committee and the boards of Ohio’s Third Frontier, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, CincyTech, UC Health, Uptown Consortium, United Way, Alois Alzheimer’s CINCINNATI LACROSSE 4

Society, and Japan-America-Society. He chairs the UC Research Institute board, the United Way Research Council and the board of the Global HEED (Promoting Health, Education and Economic Development), and co-chairs the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Early Grade-Level Reading Campaign. He is a member of the Chancellor’s Ohio Completion Task Force of the Ohio Board of Regents as well as the Executive Committee of the STRIVE partnership and served on the Board of Advisors for Strive for College. Dr. Ono earned his PhD at McGill University and his BA at the University of Chicago. His training in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Harvard was supported by a Helen Hay Whitney Foundation Fellowship.

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Athletics Director Mike Bohn - @MikeBohn_UC Mike Bohn was named the director of athletics at the University of Cincinnati on Feb. 6, 2014

57,000 against Idaho State. The SDSU baseball team set a NCAA single-game attendance record of 40,000.

Bohn’s career spans thirty years and includes record-setting achievements at multiple institutions.

As director of athletics at the University of Idaho from 1999 to 2003, Bohn successfully led their transition to the Division I-A ranks from the Big Sky Conference. Under Bohn, UI began construction on the Vandal Athletics Center, the first athletic facilities improvement in two decades. Additionally, he spearheaded a 20% increase in the Vandal Scholarship Fund and a $350,000 surge in annual corporate support.

“We are beyond excited to join the UC community--with its rich history and remarkable momentum,” Bohn said. I am eager to partner with a highly energized President who understands the collaborative role that athletics can play in advancing the University’s vision and values. Go Bearcats!” “To recruit a leader of Mike’s caliber and national standing only reaffirms the strength, promise and pride of UC Athletics. Mike has successfully moved multiple high profile programs to greater heights, and I am confident that he will help us do the same,” Ono said. “I invite all of you to join me in welcoming Mike and his family to the Bearcat family.” As director of athletics at the University of Colorado from 2005 to 2013, Bohn successfully led their transition to the Pac-12 Conference. CU won four conference championship titles within two years, including the first for men’s basketball in over 43 years. Meanwhile, Bohn enhanced academic support for scholar-athletes, resulting in departmental highs for APR and GPA. He oversaw several multi-million dollar capital projects and facility upgrades, as well as secured the largest corporate sponsorship in school history. In 2008, CU garnered national attention for launching the first zero-waste stadium initiative at the college or professional level. In 2013, CU was named the most economically efficient athletics department in the nation by the Laboratory for the Study of Intercollegiate Athletics at Texas A&M. Prior to the University of Colorado, Bohn served as director of athletics at San Diego State University. Under his watch, SDSU football increased season ticket sales by 27% and gameday attendance by 59%, in addition to setting a SDSU single-game attendance record of

Bohn spent three years at Colorado State University as associate director of athletics. At CSU, he was responsible for all external revenue-producing operations, including: ticket sales; fundraising through the Greater Ram Club; licensing; corporate sales; signage; capital campaigns; broadcasting rights fees; and special events. Prior to CSU, Bohn served as Director of Marketing for the College Football Association. The CFA, the precursor to the current Bowl Championship Series, consisted of six major football conferences encompassing 67 universities. Bohn assisted with the CFA’s administration of a $67 million television package involving ABC, ESPN and ESPN2. He began his athletic administrative career at the Air Force Academy, where he played a major role in increasing football season ticket sales from 6,000 to 20,000 and in implementing a fundraising campaign that generated $16 million for stadium improvements. Bohn received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas, where he was recruited as a quarterback and also played baseball, and a master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio University. He is married to the former Kim Zeren, and they have a son, Brandon, and a daughter, Michaelyn Tynan, along with a son-in-law, John Tynan, and a grandson, Chase Tynan.

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Home of the Cincinnati Bearcats

Sheakley Athletics Center

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The Sheakley Athletics Center is the newest sports facility at the University of Cincinnati. Completed in two separate construction phases, Sheakley Athletics Center was built during the summer of 2012 and was dedicated on August 28, 2012 in time for fall athletics. The Sheakley Athletics Center was designed by Michael Schuster Associates. Phase I of the building process was completed September of 2010. This phase was comprised of the completion of the two lighted fields and the addition of the bubble. The second phase was completed in the summer of 2012. Phase two comprised of the press box, the 1,200 capacity seating area, concessions, and restrooms. The facility was dedicated and named in honor of local Cincinnatian Larry Sheakley, CEO of the Sheakley Group and lead donor to the project. This beautiful, state-of-the art facility is hard to miss as it sits next to Marge Schott Stadium and borders the east side of campus. The facility includes two football fields, including a 50-yard field and a 100-yard field. From November through February, the 100-yard field becomes an indoor practice facility, covered by an air-supported bubble that maintains an interior temperature of 50-60 degrees. This gives the athletic department an additional 72,200 square-feet of space for athletics events and competitions. From the turf to the locker rooms, Sheakley offers an intimate home field for the women’s lacrosse team. Surrounding the 100-yard field is a 1,200 capacity seating area, a press box, team meeting space, concession stand, restrooms and scoreboard. In addition, the lighting system in the Sheakley Athletics Center makes the facility operational around the clock. Sheakley Athletics Center Quick Facts Address: Champions Ave, Cincinnati OH 45219 Constructed: 2010-2012 Capacity: 1,200 Surface: AstroTurf Gameday Grass Named After: Larry Sheakley

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2014 UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI LACROSSE SCHEDULE DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME

Wednesday

Feb. 12

at Notre Dame

Notre Dame, Ind.

5 p.m.

Frirday

Feb. 21

at Stetson

Deland, Fla.

5 p.m.

Sunday

Feb. 23

at Florida

Gainesville, Fla.

Noon

Saturday

March 1

at Niagara

Lewistown, N.Y.

3 p.m.

Friday

March 7

at Winthrop

Rock Hill, S.C.

6 p.m.

Sunday

March 9

at Presbyterian

Clinton, S.C.

1 p.m.

Friday

March 14

COASTAL CAROLINA

Cincinnati, Ohio

1 p.m.

Sunday

March 16

IONA

Cincinnati, Ohio

Noon

Sunday

March 23

DETROIT

Cincinnati, Ohio

Noon

Friday

March 28

at Marquette*

Milwaukee, Wis.

6 p.m.

Sunday

March 30

OREGON

Cincinnati, Ohio

Noon

Sunday

April 6

LOUISVILLE*

Cincinnati, Ohio

2 p.m.

Friday

April 11

at Villanova*

Philadelphia, Pa.

4 p.m.

Sunday

April 13

at Temple*

Philadelphia, Pa.

Noon

Thursday

April 17

RUTGERS*

Cincinnati, Ohio

6 p.m.

Saturday

April 19

UCONN*

Cincinnati, Ohio

Noon

Saturday

April 26

GEORGETOWN*

Cincinnati, Ohio

2 p.m.

2014 BIG EAST Women’s Lacrosse Championships Thursday

May 1

BIG EAST Semifinals

Washington, D.C.

TBA

Saturday

May 3

BIG EAST Finals

Washington, D.C.

TBA

* Denotes BIG EAST Conference game Home games in BOLD CAPS All dates and times subject to change All times Eastern

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SKYLAR DELEMOS Fr. | D | Cranbury, N.J.

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MARIAH BAKER Fr. | A | Westfield, N.J.

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COURTNEY CURTIS So. | M | Mason, Ohio

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TUNNELL LIZ BURGEE DEL BENE 10 Fr. | MDANI 13 Fr. | D | Churchville, 16 12 So. |SARAH | Frederick, Md. Md. M | Timonium, Md.

MAGNOTTA KNOOP 19 Jr.JILLIAN | D | Timonium, Md. 20 Sr. | D |MEGAN 21 Columbus, Ohio

LUBELEY 27 25 Fr. | DSYDNEY | Rosemont, Minn.

WALSH 52 Sr. |JENNIFER G | East Setauket, N.Y. CINCINNATI LACROSSE 8

KELSEY CONWAY Sr. | M | Laurel, Md.

MEGAN BELL Jr. | M | Parkton, Md.

HANNAH HINSCH Fr. | A | Lebanon, Conn.

TORRIE ZARELLA Jr. | A | Great Falls, Va.

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MICHELLE PLATZ Jr. | A | Cincinnati, Ohio

ENICH 17 Fr. | A | NewELAINA Albany, Ohio

HELMRATH 23 Jr.ASHLEY 24 | M | Ellicott City, Md.

MEG GULMI So. | G | Syosset, N.Y.

HICKLEN BYNER YOUNG 29 Fr. HANNAH 34 So. | D |KYARA 36 Sr. | MTAYLOR | M | Baltimore, Md. Franklin, Tenn. | Cincinnati, Ohio

GINA OLIVER Head Coach | Second Season

LAUREN GUNNING Assistant Coach | Third Season

SHANNON WITZEL Assistant Coach | Second Season

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2014 Cincinnati Lacrosse Roster No. Name 1 Skylar DeLemos 2 Mariah Baker 3 Courtney Curtis 5 Hannah Hinsch 7 Michelle Platz 10 Dani Tunnell 12 Sarah Del Bene 13 Liz Burgee 16 Torrie Zarella 17 Elaina Enich 19 Jillian Magnotta 20 Megan Knoop 21 Megan Bell 23 Ashley Helmrath 24 Meg Gulmi 25 Sydney Lubeley 27 Kelsey Conway 29 Hannah Hicklen 34 Kyara Byner 36 Taylor Young 52 Jennifer Walsh

Pos. D A M A A M M D A A D D M M G D M M D M G

Ht. 5-3 5-8 5-5 5-6 5-8 5-6 5-1 5-0 5-10 5-4 5-3 5-6 5-9 5-6 5-2 5-4 5-2 5-9 5-10 5-7 5-6

Class Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr.

Hometown/High School/Last School Cranbury, N.J./West Windsor-Plainsboro Westfield, N.J./Westfield Mason, Ohio/William Mason Lebanon, Conn./Northfield Mount Hermon Cincinnati, Ohio/St. Ursula/UMBC Frederick, Md./Oakdale Timonium, Md./Dulaney Churchville, Md./C. Milton Wright Great Falls, Va./Langley New Albany, Ohio/New Albany Timonium, Md./Dulaney Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington Parkton, Md./Hereford Ellicott City, Md./Maryvale Preparatory Syosset, N.Y./Syosset Rosemont, Minn./Rosemont Laurel, Md./Our Lady of Good Counsel Baltimore, Md./Towson High Franklin, Tenn./Ensworth Cincinnati, Ohio/Sycamore East Setauket, N.Y./Ward Melville

Head Coach: Gina Oliver (second season, Ohio State ’05) Assistant Coach: Lauren Gunning (third season, UConn ’11) Assistant Coach: Shannon Witzel (second season, Towson ’07) PRONUNCIATIONS Tunnell Tun-el

Burgee Bur-gee (hard G)

Lubeley Lube-a-lie

Del Bene Del Benay

Enich ee-nich

Kyara Kira

ATTACK 2 Mariah Baker Fr. 5 Hannah Hinsch Fr. 7 Michelle Platz Jr. 16 Torrie Zarella Jr. 17 Elaina Enich Fr.

3 10 12 21 23 26 27 29

MIDFIELD Courtney Curtis So. Dani Tunnell Fr. Sarah Del Bene So. Megan Bell Jr. Ashley Helmrath Jr. Taylor Young Sr. Kelsey Conway Sr. Hannah Hicklen Fr.

1 13 19 20 24 25

DEFENSE Skylar DeLemos Fr. Liz Burgee Fr. Jillian Magnotta Jr. Megan Knoop Sr. Kyara Byner So. Sydney Lubeley Fr.

GOALIE 24 Meg Gulmi So. 52 Jennifer Walsh Sr.

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KELSEY CONWAY

MEGAN KNOOP

Laurel, Md. | Our Lady of Good Counsel

Columbus, Ohio | Upper Arlington

Sr. | M | 5-2

Sr. | D | 5-6

2013: Played in all 16 games ... aided offense with an assist against Notre Dame...scored goal against Detroit...Picked up 27 ground balls, third on the team ... Fourth on the team with 10 caused turnovers.

2013: Played in eight games on the year ... Picked up three ground balls and caused four turnovers.

2012: Played in all 16 games, starting 11 ... finished fourth on the team in ground balls with 20 ... grabbed three ground balls against Iona ... set career high in assists with two against Louisville ... had three ground balls against Loyola, in addition to scoring one goal ... recorded a career-high four ground balls against Detroit, along with scoring a goal.

2011: Started all 12 games she played ... picked up 13 ground balls and had nine draw controls ... recorded a season-best three ground balls against Oregon.

2011: Played in 14 games, including her first career start at Connecticut ... tallied two goals and finished with 10 ground balls ... picked up two ground balls, one draw control and caused two turnovers against Jacksonville ... had one goal at High Point ... scored one goal against Stanford. High School: Led lacrosse team to four Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championships (2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010) ... four-year varsity letter winner ... earned all-WCAC honors freshman, sophomore and senior seasons ... led the team in points freshman and sophomore seasons for the class of 2010 ... totaled 110 points in high school career with 64 goals and 36 assists. Personal: Born July 4, 1992 ... daughter of Marty and Kathy Conway ... has one brother, Devin and one sister, Lindsay ... majoring in journalism.

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2012: Redshirted due to knee injury.

High School: Three-year varsity letter winner in lacrosse and tennis ... earned Ohio School Lacrosse Association (OSLA) 2008 state tournament defensive MVP honors ... selected to the OSLA All-Tournament team her sophomore season ... named to the Ohio Capital Conference (OCC) second-team in both sophomore and junior seasons ... earned second-team all-state honors junior and senior seasons. Personal: Born April 22, 1992 ... daughter of Nancy and Chip Knoop ... has one brother, Connor ... majoring in business/ finance.

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JENNIFER WALSH

TAYLOR YOUNG

East Setauket, N.Y. | Ward Melville

Cincinnati, Ohio | Sycamore

Sr. | G | 5-6

Sr. | M | 5-7

2013: Played in four games ... recorded nine saves on 37 shots faced. 2012: Started all 16 games in goal ... had 129 saves ... recorded a 16.67 goals against average ... had a season-high 14 saves in opener at San Diego State. 2011: Started all 15 games ... recorded a 15.74 goals against average ... finished with a 4.17 saves percentage ... made a season-best 17 saves at High Point. High School: Four-year varsity starter at goalkeeper ... named to second-team LAX-Under Armour All-America Long Island Lacrosse team junior season ... led team to National Lacrosse Tournament Divisional championships in 2007, 2008, and 2009 ... earned All-County honors senior season, All-League honors junior season, and All-Tournament honors freshman and senior years ... helped lead team to Suffolk County Championship in 2007 ... named a Scholar Athlete all four years ... earned Academic All-American honors senior season. Personal: Born Jan. 26, 1992 ... daughter of Tom and Tisha Walsh ... has one brother, Chris ... majoring in secondary education.

2013: Started in all 16 games ... caused a game-high four turnovers against Liberty ... recorded three goals in the season opener against Coastal Carolina ... Caused a game-high two turnovers against Oregon ... game-high and team season-high 11 shots against Niagara ... finished the season with 26 goals and four assists while eclipsing her career-high in all categories. 2012: Saw action in nine games, starting two ... finished with seven ground balls and two draw controls ... had two ground balls at Presbyterian, in addition to one draw control ... recorded three ground balls and caused three turnovers at Longwood. 2011: Saw action in 13 games ... recorded first career goal at Louisville ... had one ground ball at Duquesne and against Villanova. High School: Four-year varsity letter winner in lacrosse and cross country ... helped the Aviators to two state championships and one state runner-up finish ... earned allstate honors and U.S. Lacrosse all-America honors her senior season ... selected to the honorable mention all-district team during junior season ... named to Great Lakes National Team in 2009 ... member of the Sycamore 3000 Point Club. Personal: Born July 13, 1992 ... daughter of Tim and Hilary Young ... has one brother, Alex, and one sister, Bizzy ... brother played lacrosse at the University of Vermont and mother played lacrosse and field hockey at Penn State ... majoring in business.

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MEGAN BELL

ASHLEY HELMRATH

Parkton, Md. | Hereford

Ellicott City, Md. | Maryvale Prep

Jr. | M | 5-9

Jr. | M | 5-6

2013: Saw action in all 16 games...started 15 contests ...recorded three ground balls against Oregon... Tallied five draw controls in the season opener against Coastal Carolina University...individual high of five goals against Presbyterian... caused three turnovers against Syracuse...finished the season with 29 goals and 3 assists. 2012: Saw action in 16 games, starting 14 ... led the team in draw controls with 65 ... finished fourth on team in goals scored (21) and shots taken (40) ... record six multi-goal games ... had at least one draw control in all but one game ... completed UC debut with two goals against San Diego State ... scored three goals against both Presbyterian and Longwood ... captured season best five ground balls against Fresno ... set draw control season high with 11 against Louisville ... netted four goals on seven attempts against UConn. High School: Three-year varsity letterwinner ... named allcounty as a junior and senior ... a three-time all-division selection ... participated in the senior lacrosse all-star game ... won the county championships as a junior ... deemed the North County News Athlete of the Year ... participated in the Baltimore Metro US women’s division national tournament as a sophomore and junior ... also a three-year letterwinner in soccer and four-year letterwinner in basketball. Personal: Born on March 21, 1993 ... daughter of Hilly Bell and Wayne Sody and Mike Bell ... has two sisters, Heather and Kelly ... majoring in communications.

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2013: Saw action in all 16 games...started 14 games ...recorded three points in the season opener against Coastal Carolina on two assists and one goal...individual game high two assists against Presbyterian and Coastal Carolina...ended season with 7 goals and 10 assists. 2012: Competed in eight games ... recorded three ground balls and one draw control. High School: Junior and senior lacrosse all-star ... also a lettewinner as a sophomore. Personal: Born on March 25, 1993 ... daughter of Christopher and Susan Helmrath ... has two brothers ... majoring in sports administration.

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JILLIAN MAGNOTTA

MICHELLE PLATZ

Timonium, Md. | Dulaney

Cincinnati, Ohio | St. Ursula | UMBC

Jr. | D | 5-3

Jr. | A | 5-8

2013: Started all 16 games ... picked up 19 ground balls and had two draw controls on the season ... caused a total of six turnovers ... season-high three ground balls recorded twice (Coastal Carolina, Detroit) ... three caused turnovers against Detroit. 2012: Saw action in 15 games, starting eight ... recorded seven ground balls and two draw controls ... had two ground balls against Louisville and UConn. High School: A four-year letterwinner in lacrosse ... a member of the senior all-star team in lacrosse and soccer ... a member of the all-county team for three years and the all-division team her junior and senior year ... won the most valuable player award in senior lacrosse all-star game ... competed in the U.S. Women’s Division National Tournament on the Baltimore Metro Team 1 ... helped track team to regional championships all four year ... also a letterwinner in indoor track and soccer. Personal: Born on August 29, 1993 ... daughter of George and Vicki Magnotta ... has two sisters ... majoring in exercise science.

At UMBC: Played in 12 of 16 games as a sophomore, making five starts ... Registered two goals and two assists on the season ... As a freshman, posted six goals and a pair of assists, also making five starts and appearing in 12 games ... Scored her first collegiate goal versus Delaware ... Recorded an assist in her first collegiate start against Stony Brook ... Two-time selection to the America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll for posting a GPA over 3.5. High School: 2010 Girls Greater Cincinnati League Player of the Year ... Three-time all-conference selection at Cincinnati’s St. Ursula Academy ... All-State and All-District selection by the Ohio Schoolgirls Lacrosse Coaches Association ... Twice named St. Ursula Coaches Award winner ... Also earned one varsity letter in soccer. Personal: Born Nov. 25, 1992 ... Daughter of Peggy and Tony Platz ... Father played football at Rose Hullman ... Mother was a collegiate equestrian ... Has three sisters (Mary, Julie and Erin) and a brother (Tony) ... Member of National Honor Society at St. Ursula Academy ... Pursuing a degree in environmental engineering.

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TORRIE ZARELLA

KYARA BYNER

Great Falls, Va. | Langley

Franklin, Tenn. | Ensworth

Jr. | A | 5-10

So. | D | 5-10

2013: Played one game for UC on the season, recording one shot. 2012: Competed in seven games ... recorded one assist against Detroit. High School: Earned honorable mention as a sophomore ... named to the first-team all-district and second-team all-region team her junior year ... as a senior, selected to the first-team alldistrict, first-team all-region and All-Metropolitan team ... also a member of the cheerleading and swimming team. Personal: Born on September 23, 1993 ... daughter of Joe and Mary Zarella ... has one brother and one sister ... majoring in business.

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2013: Played in five games. High School: Four-year defender for Ensworth High School ... team won state championship her freshman year ... finished as state runner-up her senior year ... named all-region as a freshman ... earned all-region, all-tournament and All-America honors during her senior campaign. Personal: Born November 1, 1993 ... daughter of Tina and Earnest Byner ... has three sisters, Adriana, Semeria, and Brandi ... father Earnest Byner is the running backs coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and a former running back for the Cleveland Browns, Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens ... sister Brandi Byner plays on the Vanderbilt lacrosse team ... majoring in sports administration.

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SARAH DEL BENE

Mason, Ohio | William Mason

Timonium, Md. | Dulaney

So. | M | 5-5

So. | M | 5-1

2013: Started in all 16 games ... totaled six points in season opener against Coastal Carolina on five goals and one assist ... Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll for the week of Feb. 18 for her performance against Coastal Carolina ... finished the season with 17 goals and six assists. High School: Four-year letterman at midfield ... team made it to regionals her junior and senior seasons ... named to all-district and all-state teams her final two seasons ... named an AllAmerican as a senior.

2013: Saw action in all 16 games...started 12...scored two goals against Presbyterian...ended season with seven goals and two assists. High School: 4-year letterwinner ... Named to all county team her junior year. Personal: Born March 28, 1994 ... daughter of Tom Del Bene ... has two brothers, Christopher and Michael, and one sister, Lauren ... majoring in sports administration.

Personal: Born June 21, 1994 ... daughter of Jamie and Carey Curtis ... has two sisters, Maddie and Jordan ... majoring in early childhood education.

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MEG GULMI

MARIAH BAKER

Syosset, N.Y. | Syosset

Westfield, N.J. | Westfield

So. | G | 5-2

Fr. | A | 5-8

2013: Started all 16 games for the Bearcats ... recorded 8 saves in the season opener against Coastal Carolina ... tallied 13 saves against Oregon ... tabbed BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week (3/18/13) after performances against Presbyterian and Liberty ... career-high 16 saves against Louisville ... totaled 142 saves this season. High School: Started three years in goal ... four-year letter winner ... junior and senior team captain ... named ESPN Top10 goalie in the country as a senior ... competed with Long Island Metro School girls’ team, where she won school girls’ national tournament in 2011 ... a member of the Under Armor All-America Long Island Team as a junior ... also named to allcounty and All-Galaxy during her junior season. Personal: Born August 2, 1994 ... daughter of Noreen and Robert Gulmi ... has one brother, Robert, and one sister, Kayla ... majoring in pre-physical therapy.

High School: Four-year started and three-year letterwinner in lacrosse at Westfield High School ... Also won letters in track and cross country. Personal: Born November 24, 1994, in Morristown, N.J. ... Daughter of Maureen and Tom Baker ... Has two brothers, Andrew and Ryan.

13 LIZ BURGEE Churchville, Md. | C. Milton Wright Fr. | D | 5-0 High School: Earned all-county honors as a junior and senior at C. Milton Wright High School in Bel Air, Md. ... Helped C. Milton Wright to the state semifinals each year from 2010-13, as well as regional titles and Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference titles each of those seasons ... Also won varsity letter in soccer. Personal: Born January 31, 1995, in Baltimore, Md. ... Daughter of Kevin and Lauren Burgee ... Has one sister, Katie ... Member of National Honor Society.

1 SKYLAR DELEMOS Cranbury, N.J. | West Windsor-Plainsboro Fr. | D | 5-3 High School: Three-year letterwinner in lacrosse at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School in Princeton, N.J. ... Team MVP as a senior after leading the team in ground balls ... Named team’s most improved player as a sophomore ... Helped West Windsor-Plainsboro to a conference championship in 2011 ... Also earned three varsity letters in volleyball. Personal: Born May 19, 1995, in Plainsboro, N.J. ... Daughter of Dr. Byron and Kathleen DeLemos ... Has one sister, Ashleigh, who was on the track and field team at Yale. CINCINNATI LACROSSE 16

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ELAINA ENICH

SYDNEY LUBELEY

New Albany, Ohio | New Albany

Rosemont, Minn. | Rosemont

Fr. | A | 5-4

Fr. | D | 5-4

High School: Four-year letterwinner in both lacrosse and field hockey at New Albany High School in Ohio ... Helped New Albany to a state title as a senior, earning All-America honors ... Was a three-time all-conference selection ... Scored 230 goals and added 36 assists during her prep career ... New Albany reached the state semifinals all four years she was on the team. Personal: Born December 15, 1994, in Columbus, Ohio ... Daughter of Nick and Debbie Enich.

High School: Two-year captain at Rosemont High School in Minnesota ... Name team’s defender of the year as a sophomore and junior ... Earned lacrosse rookie of the year honors as a freshman ... Also played ice hockey at Rosemont. Personal: Born March 18, 1995, in Savage, Minn. ... Daughter of Coreene and Mark Lubeley ... Has one sister, Madi.

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HANNAH HICKLEN

DANI TUNNELL

Baltimore, Md. | Towson High

Frederick, Md. | Oakdale

Fr. | M | 5-9

Fr. | M | 5-6

High School: Team captain for Towson High School as a senior ... Earned a spot on the Baltimore County Senior All-Star Game in 2013. Personal: Born May 24, 1995, in Baltimore, Md. ... Daughter of Will and Sandy Hicklen ... Has one sister, Haley ... Father played ice hockey at Miami University.

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High School: Three-year captain for lacrosse at Oakdale High School in Ijamsville, Md. Scored 124 goals and registered 50 assists during her junior and senior years ... Named first team all-area as a junior and senior ... Helped Oakdale to regional championships in 2012 and ‘13 ... Was also a three-year letterwinner and two-time all-area selection in volleyball. Personal: Born November 7, 1995, in Maryland ... Daughter of Karen and Todd Tunnell ... Has a brother, Tyler.

HANNAH HINSCH Lebanon, Conn. | Northfield Mount Hermon Fr. | A | 5-6 High School: Four-year letterwinner in lacrosse at Northfield Mount Hermon in Mount Hermon, Mass., ... Named a Brine National High School All-American as a junior ... Was the first player from eastern Connecticut named to the Lower New England National Team ... Scored 166 career points (78 goals, 88 assists) and was the team’s leading scorer as a senior with 27 goals and 30 assists ... Also won varsity letters in basketball and volleyball.

Personal: Born November 6, 1994, in Norwich, Conn. ... Daughter of Tom and Elaine Hinsch ... Has cousins who have played collegiate lacrosse at Duke (Michael Catalino), Maryland (Grant Catalino), Mercyhurst (Alisha Catalino), Western New England (David Cedrone) and High Point (Nick Basile) ... Cousin, Grant Catalino, plays Major League Lacrosse for the New York Lizards. CINCINNATI LACROSSE ∙ 17

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MEGAN BELL

GP-GS G A Pts 2012 16-14 21 3 24 2013 16-15 29 3 32 TOTAL 32-29 50 6 56

Shots Shot% 40 .525 46 .630 86 .581

SOG SOG% 33 .825 38 .826 71 .826

KYARA BYNER

GP-GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% 2013 5-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 TOTAL 5-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000

KELSEY CONWAY

GP-GS G A Pts 2011 14-1 2 0 2 2012 16-11 2 3 5 2013 16-16 1 1 2 TOTAL 46-28 5 4 9

Shots Shot% 5 .400 10 .200 1 1.000 16 .312

COURTNEY CURTIS

GP-GS G A Pts Shots Shot% 2013 16-16 17 6 23 45 .378 TOTAL 16-16 17 6 23 45 .378

SARAH DEL BENE 2013 TOTAL

GP-GS 16-12 16-12

G A Pts 7 2 9 7 2 9

MEG GULMI 2013 TOTAL

GP-GS Minutes 16-16 878:19 16-16 878:19

ASHLEY HELMRATH

GA GaAvg 180 12.30 180 12.30

GP-GS G A Pts 2012 7-0 0 0 0 2013 16-14 7 10 17 TOTAL 23-14 7 10 17

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Shots Shot% 17 .412 17 .412

GB DC TO CT 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

SOG SOG% 4 .800 8 .800 1 1.000 13 .812

GB DC 10 2 20 5 27 1 57 8

SOG SOG% 32 .711 32 .711

GB DC TO CT 10 1 17 5 10 1 17 5

SOG SOG% 12 .706 12 .706

GB 8 8

DC 5 5

L 9 9

T 0 0

Saves SavePct 142 0.441 142 0.441

Shots Shot% 0 .000 13 .538 13 .538

GB DC TO CT 16 65 23 1 29 55 30 19 45 120 53 20

W 6 6

SOG SOG% 0 .000 11 .846 11 .846

TO CT 13 2 19 7 26 10 58 19

TO 16 16

CT 5 5

Sho 0 0

GB DC TO CT 3 1 1 1 2 0 35 3 5 1 36 4

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MEGAN KNOOP

GP-GS G A Pts 2011 12-12 0 0 0 2012 1-0 0 0 0 2013 8-0 0 0 0 TOTAL 21-12 0 0 0

JILLIAN MAGNOTTA

GP-GS G A Pts 2012 15-8 0 0 0 2013 16-16 0 0 0 TOTAL 31-24 0 0 0

Shots Shot% 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

SOG SOG% 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

GB DC TO CT 13 9 16 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 4 16 9 19 7

Shots Shot% 0 .000 1 .000 1 .000

SOG SOG% 0 .000 1 1.000 1 1.000

GB DC TO CT 7 2 4 7 19 2 9 6 26 4 13 13

SOG SOG% 8 .800 5 .833 13 .812

GB DC TO CT 2 2 2 0 1 1 2 0 3 3 4 0

MICHELLE PLATZ (*statistics at prior school)

GP-GS G A Pts Shots Shot% 2012* 12-5 6 2 8 10 .600 2013* 12-5 2 2 4 6 .333 All* 24-10 8 4 12 16 .500

JENNIFER WALSH 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP-GS 16-16 4-0 20-16

Minutes 953:53 88:51 1042:44

GA GaAvg 265 16.67 20 13.51 285 16.40

TAYLOR YOUNG GP-GS 2011 13-0 2012 9-2 2013 16-16 TOTAL 38-18

G A Pts 1 0 1 0 0 0 26 4 30 27 4 31

TORRIE ZARELLA GP-GS 2012 7-0 2013 1-0 TOTAL 8-0

G A Pts 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1

Saves SavePct 129 0.327 9 0.310 138 0.326

W 3 0 3

L 13 0 13

T 0 0 0

Sho 0 0 0

Shots Shot% 5 .200 0 .000 58 .448 63 .429

SOG SOG% 2 .400 0 .000 42 .724 44 .698

GB DC TO CT 2 4 5 0 7 2 0 4 34 23 32 19 43 29 37 23

Shots Shot% 1 .000 1 .000 2 .000

SOG SOG% 0 .000 1 1.000 1 .500

GB DC TO CT 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

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GINA OLVER

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HEAD COACH GINA OLIVER Gina Oliver, a former assistant coach at Duquesne University and United States Women’s National Team member, was named head lacrosse coach at the University of Cincinnati on June 15, 2012. In her first season at UC, the Bearcats posted a 7-9 overall record, matching the most wins in the history of the young program. She also piloted the Bearcats to their first BIG EAST Conference victory, a 9-8 win over Rutgers on April 28, 2013. Oliver spent the prior five seasons (2008-2012) as the Dukes’ defensive coordinator, where she produced a 2012 Atlantic-10 Defensive Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year. During her time at Duquesne, Oliver coached six IWLCA All-Region players, 21 allconference honorees, 13 members of the A-10 All-Rookie Team and 12 student-athletes who won academic all-conference accolades. A 2005 graduate of The Ohio State University, Oliver spent the 2006 and 2007 seasons on the Buckeyes staff, working under OSU head coach Sue Stimmel. While in Columbus, Oliver served as co-director of the Ohio State Women’s Lacrosse Camp, while also assisting with recruiting, budgeting and scholarship duties, as well as travel and team practice planning. She joined the Duquesne staff in the summer of 2007. US Lacrosse announced in January 2013 that Oliver was one of 18 players named to the U.S. Women’s National Team that is set to compete in the 2013 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Cup, July 11-20 in Oshawa, Ontario. Oliver was on the U.S. team that won gold at the FIL Women’s Lacrosse World Cup in June 2009 and was named to the All-World Team, which is awarded to the best 12 players in the world. She was also chosen as one of 24 women in the country to represent the United States in international competition. A standout midfielder at Ohio State (2002-2005), Oliver was a four-year letterwinner for the Buckeyes and earned All-America honors three times. She was named an Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association/U.S. Lacrosse Second-Team AllAmerican in 2003 and was a third-team selection in 2004. Oliver was a First-Team WomensLacrosse.com All-American in 2003 and a third-team honoree in 2005. Oliver was a First-Team Warrior/ Inside Lacrosse All-America selection in 2003. She was the American Lacrosse Conference Player of the Year in 2003 as Ohio State won the American Lacrosse Conference Championship and the league’s rookie of the year in 2002. Oliver was also a four-time, First-Team All-ALC selection. The Pottstown, Pa., native is OSU’s career leader in ground balls (236) and caused turnovers (201) and is second in draw controls (121). She is third in career points with 166 while ranking second in goals (125) and sixth in assists (41). She earned her bachelor’s degree in education from Ohio State.

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ASSISTANT COACH LAUREN GUNNING Lauren Gunning joined the UC lacrosse coaching staff in November 2011. Gunning, a four-year attack for the Connecticut Huskies, comes to Cincinnati after serving as an assistant coach at Iona College. She assisted in running and planning daily practice and helped with team travel logistics. Gunning also maintained the recruiting database and corresponded with potential recruits, while working directly with the attack unit focusing on individual development and cohesion. Additionally, Gunning has participated in a number of lacrosse clinics around the country, including Duke and Georgetown. She served as a camp counselor, helping high school players develop skill and game awareness. Outside of coaching, she has been a product representative at deBeer/Gait Lacrosse, when she promoted new technology and equipment. She has also actively volunteered with the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation and Husky Sport, an organization aimed at promoting physical activity, healthy nutrition, life skills and academic excellence to elementary school kids in Hartford, Conn. Gunning, a Hunt Valley, Md. native, graduated from UConn with a bachelor’s in sport management. She was named to the BIG EAST AllAcademic team all four years and was deemed Connecticut’s Outstanding Senior Athlete in 2011.

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ASSISTANT COACH SHANNON WITZEL Witzel joined the Cincinnati staff in July 2012 after spending last season at LaSalle University, where she helped guide the Explorers to a 10-6 season, which broke the record for most wins in program history. Prior to her arrival at LaSalle, Witzel took a break from coaching and spent two years as a development assistant at her alma mater of Towson University. Witzel initially began her career at LaSalle in 2009 before returning to Towson for the 2010 and 2011 seasons. Following her four-year career as a Tiger, Witzel began her coaching career as a volunteer assistant at Towson for the 2008 season. She worked primarily with the midfield and defenders and assisted in coaching the Tigers to a conference championship, a Top-20 national ranking and a first-round NCAA tournament appearance. The 2007 Towson University graduate had a distinguished playing career before entering the coaching profession. As a player, Witzel was a three-time All-CAA honoree and a member of the IWLCA All-Mid Atlantic Region Second Team. During numerous points in her career, Witzel led the nation in goals per game and the CAA in total scoring. She entered the record books at Towson, finishing with 208 career goals, tying her for most goals by a player in program history. She is fourth with 255 career points and her 71 goals as a sophomore ranks first on the single-season record list. To cap off what was an already impressive playing career, Witzel was named Towson University’s Female Athlete of the Year following her senior campaign. A native of Pottstown, Pa., Witzel attended Pottstown High School, the same high school as Oliver, and holds a Bachelor’s degree from Towson in sports psychology.

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2013 STATISTICS SHOTS GOALS ## Player gp-gs g a pts sh shot% sog sog% gw up dn fpg-fps gb

dc

dsv t/o ct

FACEOFF w-l pct

pen-min

fouls rc yc gc

21 36 6 3 5 30 12 23 32 27 52 7 11 34 18 14 20 28 24 19 10 2 16

Bell, Megan 16-15 29 Young, Taylor 16-16 26 Ramsland, Kylie 16-16 26 Curtis, Courtney 16-16 17 Kiriazoglou, Katie 16-5 16 Pierson, Marissa 16-7 12 Del Bene, Sarah 16-12 7 Helmrath, Ashley 16-14 7 Fink, Maddie 16-16 3 Conway, Kelsey 16-16 1 Walsh, Jennifer 4-0 0 Coulon, Chanelle 3-0 0 Anderson, Norweice 1-0 0 Byner, Kyara 5-0 0 Lucke, Holly 4-0 0 Roberts, Kaila 4-0 0 Knoop, Megan 8-0 0 Piontek, Adrianna 13-3 0 Gulmi, Meg 16-16 0 Magnotta, Jillian 16-16 0 Van Sloun, Ally 16-15 0 Wettig, Katelyn 10-9 0 Zarella, Torrie 1-0 0

55 23 58 1 3 11 5 0 8 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total............... Opponents...........

16 16

3 4 9 6 6 4 2 10 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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46 58 59 45 29 20 17 13 12 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

.630 .448 .441 .378 .552 .600 .412 .538 .250 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

144 46 190 305 .472 200 75 275 454 .441

# # p l aye r gp-gs 24 Gulmi, Meg 16-16 5 2 Wa l s h , J e n n i f e r 4-0 To t a l. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 O p p o n e n t s. . . . . . . . . . . 1 6 TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists Free position Made-Att Free position pct. MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES Goals-Opportunities Conversion Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Man-up Man-down Free-position Unassisted Overtime Goals scored average GROUND BALLS DRAW CONTROLS TURNOVERS CAUSED TURNOVERS FACEOFFS (W-L) Faceoff W-L Pct. CLEARS Clear Pct. PENALTIES Number Minutes ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

32 30 35 23 22 16 9 17 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

38 42 40 32 20 20 12 11 9 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

.826 .724 .678 .711 .690 1.000 .706 .846 .750 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .500 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000

229 .751 351 .773

1 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7 6 0 9 9 3

G OA L AV E R AG E minutes ga G a Avg 878:19 180 12.30 88:51 20 13.51 967:10 200 12.41 967:10 144 8.93 CIN 144-305 9.00 .472 229-305 .751 19.1 46 32-64 .500 6-0 .000 144 6 0 32 98 0 8.93 220 172 288 115 0-0 .000 114-166 .687 4 7:00 1614 8/202 0/0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

200-454 12.50 .441 351-454 .773 28.4 75 35-85 .412

200 9 3 35 125 1 12.41 255 204 230 124 0-0 .000 115-132 .871 0 0:00 2067 8/258

29 34 17 10 4 2 8 2 8 27 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 21 19 23 8 0

32-64 35-85

220 172 0 255 204 0

S AV E S s ave s S ave Pc t 142 .441 9 .310 151 .430 85 .371

OPP

9-4 2.250

5-8 6-9 8-19 5-10 2-3 2-4 2-4 2-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

30 32 39 17 16 8 16 35 18 26 2 0 1 1 0 0 3 4 7 9 14 6 0

19 19 9 5 2 0 5 3 5 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5 2 6 19 2 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

1-0.5 1-0.5 1-3.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 0-0.0 1-3.0 0-0.0 0-0.0

46 49 59 7 6 8 7 13 26 31 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 10 0 18 39 15 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

288 230

115 0-0 124 0-0

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4-7.0 0-0.0

341 283

0 18 1 0 17 0

R E CO R D w l 7 8 0 0 7 8 8 7

t 0 0 0 0

2 0 5 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

shots faced 417 37 454 305

2013 RESULTS (7-9 OVERALL | 1-7 BIG EAST | 6-2 HOME | 1-7 AWAY) DAT E Fe b 1 5 Fe b 2 4 Mar 05 Mar 09 Mar 17 *Mar 22 *Mar 24 Mar 29 Apr 05 *Apr 07 *Apr 12 *Apr 14 *Apr 21 *Apr 26 *Apr 28

OPPONENT a t Co a s t a l Ca ro l i n a a t O re g o n N I AG A R A at Iona PRESBYTERIAN a t # 8 G e o rg e t o w n a t # 1 6 Lo yo l a DETROIT MARQUETTE N OT R E DA M E a t Co n n e c t i c u t a t # 5 Sy r a c u s e a t LO U I S V I L L E V I L L A N O VA R U TG E R S

W / L S CO R E AT T W 13-8 344 L 5-16 360 W 12-11 137 L ( 3 OT ) 1 2 - 1 3 179 W 22-6 163 L 3-21 314 L 0-19 489 W 16-6 253 W 14-5 237 L 6-13 204 L 2-15 47 L 6-21 198 L 10-18 136 L 7-17 196 W 9-8 217

G OA L S BY P E R I O D Cincinnati Opponents

1st 62 102

2nd 82 97

OT 0 0

OT 2 0 0

OT 3 0 1

To t a l 144 200

S AV E S BY P E R I O D Cincinnati Opponents

1st 78 38

2nd 72 47

OT 0 0

OT 2 1 0

OT 3 0 0

To t a l 151 85

S H OT S BY P E R I O D Cincinnati Opponents

1st 142 244

2nd 163 207

OT 0 0

OT 2 0 1

OT 3 0 2

To t a l 305 454

S H OT S O N G OA L BY P R D Cincinnati Opponents

1st 100 180

2nd 129 169

OT 0 0

OT 2 0 1

OT 3 0 1

To t a l 229 351

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2013 BIG EAST STANDINGS/STATISTICS

2013 BIG EAST Standings Standings Syracuse Georgetown Loyola (Md.) Connecticut Notre Dame Louisville Rutgers Cincinnati Villanova

Conf. Pct. 8-0 1.000 6-2 .750 6-2 .750 5-3 .625 5-3 .625 3-5 .375 1-7 .125 1-7 .125 1-7 .125

GF 130 96 103 77 93 95 48 43 69

GA 59 67 74 78 76 93 79 132 96

Overall 18-4 13-6 11-9 13-5 12-5 11-6 9-8 7-9 6-10

Pct. .818 .684 .550 .722 .706 .647 .529 .438 .375

GF 332 231 239 212 207 239 133 144 166

GA 188 184 202 173 148 152 132 200 167

Home 9-1 6-4 4-5 7-0 7-2 8-1 6-4 6-2 3-4

Away 8-1 7-2 6-4 6-3 5-2 2-5 3-4 1-7 3-6

Neutral 1-2 0-0 1-0 0-2 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Last 10 Streak 9-1 L1 6-4 L2 6-4 L1 6-4 L4 5-5 L1 5-5 W3 3-7 L4 3-7 W1 3-7 L1 GA Minutes GA Avg. 132 1020:00 7.76 188 1320:00 8.55 148 1036:11 8.57 152 1035:18 8.81 173 1103:00 9.41 184 1140:00 9.68 202 1213:21 9.99 167 964:32 10.39 200 967:10 12.41

GOALS/GAME 1. Syracuse 2. Louisville 3. Notre Dame 4. Georgetown 5. Loyola (Md.) 6. Connecticut 7. Villanova 8. Cincinnati 9. Rutgers

GP No. 22 332 17 239 17 207 19 231 20 239 18 212 16 166 16 144 17 133

Avg/G 15.09 14.06 12.18 12.16 11.95 11.78 10.38 9.00 7.82

FOULS/GAME 1. Notre Dame 2. Rutgers 3. Louisville 4. Connecticut 5. Loyola (Md.) 6. Syracuse 7. Cincinnati 8. Villanova 9. Georgetown

GP No. 17 472 17 426 17 419 18 419 20 460 22 500 16 341 16 321 19 363

Avg/G 27.76 25.06 24.65 23.28 23.00 22.73 21.31 20.06 19.11

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE GP 1. Rutgers 17 2. Syracuse 22 3. Notre Dame 17 4. Louisville 17 5. Connecticut 18 6. Georgetown 19 7. Loyola (Md.) 20 8. Villanova 16 9. Cincinnati 16

ASSISTS/GAME 1. Syracuse 2. Notre Dame 3. Loyola (Md.) 4. Villanova 5. Connecticut 6. Georgetown 7. Louisville 8. Cincinnati 9. Rutgers

GP No. 22 138 17 106 20 114 16 88 18 97 19 97 17 74 16 46 17 41

Avg/G 6.27 6.24 5.70 5.50 5.39 5.11 4.35 2.88 2.41

SHOTS/GAME 1. Syracuse 2. Louisville 3. Georgetown 4. Notre Dame 5. Loyola (Md.) 6. Connecticut 7. Rutgers 8. Villanova 9. Cincinnati

GP 22 17 19 17 20 18 17 16 16

No. 700 486 531 458 518 429 372 344 305

Avg/G 31.82 28.59 27.95 26.94 25.90 23.83 21.88 21.50 19.06

SHUTOUTS/GAME 1. Loyola (Md.) 2. Syracuse Notre Dame Louisville Connecticut Georgetown Villanova Cincinnati Rutgers

GP No. 20 1 22 0 17 0 17 0 18 0 19 0 16 0 16 0 17 0

Avg/G 0.05 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

GROUND BALLS/GAME 1. Notre Dame 2. Loyola (Md.) 3. Syracuse 4. Rutgers 5. Connecticut 6. Louisville 7. Georgetown 8. Cincinnati 9. Villanova

GP 17 20 22 17 18 17 19 16 16

Avg/G 19.12 17.95 17.00 16.12 16.11 15.47 15.42 13.75 13.50

SHOT PERCENT 1. Connecticut 2. Louisville 3. Villanova 4. Syracuse 5. Cincinnati 6. Loyola (Md.) 7. Notre Dame 8. Georgetown 9. Rutgers

GP Goals Shots 18 212 429 17 239 486 16 166 344 22 332 700 16 144 305 20 239 518 17 207 458 19 231 531 17 133 372

Pct. .494 .492 .483 .474 .472 .461 .452 .435 .358

SAVES/GAME 1. Cincinnati 2. Villanova Notre Dame 4. Connecticut 5. Loyola (Md.) 6. Rutgers 7. Syracuse 8. Georgetown 9. Louisville

GP Saves 16 151 16 129 17 129 18 125 20 135 17 110 22 129 19 98 17 87

Avg/G 9.44 8.06 7.59 6.94 6.75 6.47 5.86 5.16 5.12

POINTS/GAME 1. Syracuse 2. Notre Dame Louisville 4. Loyola (Md.) 5. Georgetown 6. Connecticut 7. Villanova 8. Cincinnati 9. Rutgers

GP No. 22 470 17 313 17 313 20 353 19 328 18 309 16 254 16 190 17 174

Avg/G 21.36 18.41 18.41 17.65 17.26 17.17 15.88 11.88 10.24

TURNOVERS/GAME GP No. 1. Loyola (Md.) 20 257 2. Syracuse 22 292 3. Villanova 16 218 4. Louisville 17 240 5. Georgetown 19 271 6. Rutgers 17 247 7. Notre Dame 17 305 8. Cincinnati 16 288 9. Connecticut 18 326

Avg/G 12.85 13.27 13.62 14.12 14.26 14.53 17.94 18.00 18.11

SAVE PERCENT 1. Notre Dame 2. Rutgers 3. Villanova 4. Cincinnati 5. Connecticut 6. Syracuse 7. Loyola (Md.) 8. Louisville 9. Georgetown

GP GA Saves Save% 17 148 129 .466 17 132 110 .455 16 167 129 .436 16 200 151 .430 18 173 125 .419 22 188 129 .407 20 202 135 .401 17 152 87 .364 19 184 98 .348

Avg/G 14.45 14.41 13.00 12.28 12.15 11.88 10.94 10.75 8.65

CAUSED TURNOVER/GAME GP 1. Notre Dame 17 2. Rutgers 17 3. Louisville 17 4. Georgetown 19 5. Syracuse 22 6. Loyola (Md.) 20 7. Connecticut 18 8. Cincinnati 16 9. Villanova 16

Avg/G 11.12 9.59 9.47 8.95 8.73 8.65 7.83 7.19 6.44

SHOTS ON GOAL/GAME 1. Syracuse 2. Louisville 3. Notre Dame 4. Georgetown 5. Loyola (Md.) 6. Connecticut 7. Villanova 8. Rutgers 9. Cincinnati

GP 22 17 17 19 20 18 16 17 16

DRAW CONTROLS/GAME GP 1. Syracuse 22 2. Louisville 17 3. Georgetown 19 4. Connecticut 18 5. Loyola (Md.) 20 6. Notre Dame 17 7. Villanova 16 8. Cincinnati 16 9. Rutgers 17

No. 325 359 374 274 290 263 293 220 216

No. 318 245 247 221 243 202 175 172 147

No. 189 163 161 170 192 173 141 115 103

No. 533 392 353 392 387 346 264 261 229

Avg/G 24.23 23.06 20.76 20.63 19.35 19.22 16.50 15.35 14.31

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2013 BIG EAST STATISTICS GOALS/GAME GP No. 1. BOLTJA, Nikki-LOU 17 63 2. TREANOR, Kayla-SU 22 71 3. MURRAY, Alyssa-SU 22 64 4. FROCCARO, Jackie-VU 14 39 5. MORISSETTE, Kaylin-LOU 17 43 6. KAHN, Lauren-UCONN 18 42 7. MARTINELLI, Katrina-RU 17 35 8. PATON, Marlee-LOY 20 39 9. TARZIAN, Caroline-GU 19 36 10. PIPPITT, Kacey-UCONN 18 34

Avg/G 3.71 3.23 2.91 2.79 2.53 2.33 2.06 1.95 1.89 1.89

ASSISTS/GAME GP No. 1. MUCCI, Jessica-VU 16 39 2. OLIVERIO, Katie-LOU 17 39 3. MURRAY, Alyssa-SU 22 40 4. THOMAS, Annie-LOY 19 27 5. GRANGER, Jenny-ND 17 22 6. KAHN, Lauren-UCONN 18 23 7. PATON, Marlee-LOY 20 25 8. CORCORAN, Rosie-GU 19 23 9. MORRISON, Jaimie-ND 16 19 10. TREANOR, Kayla-SU 22 24

Avg/G 2.44 2.29 1.82 1.42 1.29 1.28 1.25 1.21 1.19 1.09

POINTS/GAME GP G A Pts Avg/G 1. MURRAY, Alyssa-SU 22 64 40 104 4.73 2. BOLTJA, Nikki-LOU 17 63 11 74 4.35 3. TREANOR, Kayla-SU 22 71 24 95 4.32 4. OLIVERIO, Katie-LOU 17 23 39 62 3.65 5. KAHN, Lauren-UCONN 18 42 23 65 3.61 6. MUCCI, Jessica-VU 16 14 39 53 3.31 7. FROCCARO, Jackie-VU 14 39 6 45 3.21 8. PATON, Marlee-LOY 20 39 25 64 3.20 9. GRANGER, Jenny-ND 17 31 22 53 3.12 10. MORRISON, Jaimie-ND 16 26 19 45 2.81 GAME-WINNING GOALS GP No. 1. SULLIVAN, Lauren-ND 15 4 BOLTJA, Nikki-LOU 17 4 THOMAS, Annie-LOY 19 4 MURRAY, Alyssa-SU 22 4 5. RAMSLAND, Kylie-CIN 16 3 MASTROPIERI, Betsy-ND 17 3 GROSS, Catherine-UCONN 18 3 KAHN, Lauren-UCONN 18 3 FREEDMAN, Kelyn-GU 19 3 TREANOR, Kayla-SU 22 3 WEBSTER, Katie-SU 22 3

Avg/G 0.27 0.24 0.21 0.18 0.19 0.18 0.17 0.17 0.16 0.14 0.14

GROUND BALLS/GAME GP No. 1. SULLIVAN, Barbara-ND 17 57 2. KAHN, Lauren-UCONN 18 46 3. DiMURO, Hollie-RU 16 40 4. PERAGALLO, Stephanie-ND 17 38 5. BLOCK, Becca-SU 22 47

Avg/G 3.35 2.56 2.50 2.24 2.14

SHOTS/GAME GP No. 1. BOLTJA, Nikki-LOU 17 121 2. TREANOR, Kayla-SU 22 153 3. FROCCARO, Jackie-VU 14 97 4. MORISSETTE, Kaylin-LOU 17 95 5. MURRAY, Alyssa-SU 22 118 6. MARTINELLI, Katrina-RU 17 90 7. KAHN, Lauren-UCONN 18 90 8. PATON, Marlee-LOY 20 79 9. GRANGER, Jenny-ND 17 64 10. RAMSLAND, Kylie-CIN 16 59

Avg/G 7.12 6.95 6.93 5.59 5.36 5.29 5.00 3.95 3.76 3.69

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DRAW CONTROLS/GAME GP No. 1. NEGRON, Monica-LOU 16 65 2. SULLIVAN, Barbara-ND 17 67 3. MORISSETTE, Kaylin-LOU 17 66 4. VANTHOF, Taryn-LOY 20 75 5. RAMSLAND, Kylie-CIN 16 58

Avg/G 4.06 3.94 3.88 3.75 3.62

CAUSED TURNOVERS/GAME GP No. 1. SULLIVAN, Barbara-ND 17 34 2. SMITH, Margaret-ND 17 33 3. KAHN, Lauren-UCONN 18 34 4. PERAGALLO, Stephanie-ND 17 31 5. PATON, Marlee-LOY 20 36

Avg/G 2.00 1.94 1.89 1.82 1.80

GOALS AGAINST AVG GP 1. RICHARDSON, Kelsey-SU 22 2. KALATA, Lily-RU 17 3. HILLING, Ellie-ND 17 4. HERBST, Ashley-LOU 17 5. HIRSCHFELD, Amanda-VU 16 6. BLACK, Barb-GU 19 7. NEE, Shannon-UCONN 18 8. WOLF, Molly-LOY 20 9. GULMI, Meg-CIN 16

GA 104 124 139 142 124 178 147 183 180

Minutes GA Avg 810:24 7.70 959:04 7.76 946:35 8.81 943:25 9.03 754:22 9.86 1069:11 9.99 882:10 10.00 1078:07 10.18 878:19 12.30

SAVE PERCENTAGE GP Saves 1. HILLING, Ellie-ND 17 119 2. HIRSCHFELD, Amanda-VU 16 106 3. KALATA, Lily-RU 17 104 4. GULMI, Meg-CIN 16 142 5. RICHARDSON, Kelsey-SU 22 74 6. WOLF, Molly-LOY 20 126 7. NEE, Shannon-UCONN 18 95 8. HERBST, Ashley-LOU 17 83 9. BLACK, Barb-GU 19 94

GA Save Pct. 139 .461 124 .461 124 .456 180 .441 104 .416 183 .408 147 .393 142 .369 178 .346

SAVES/GAME GP No. 1. GULMI, Meg-CIN 16 142 2. HILLING, Ellie-ND 17 119 3. HIRSCHFELD, Amanda-VU 16 106 4. WOLF, Molly-LOY 20 126 5. KALATA, Lily-RU 17 104 6. NEE, Shannon-UCONN 18 95 7. BLACK, Barb-GU 19 94 8. HERBST, Ashley-LOU 17 83 9. RICHARDSON, Kelsey-SU 22 74

Avg/G 8.88 7.00 6.62 6.30 6.12 5.28 4.95 4.88 3.36

FREE POSITION GOALS/GM 1. BOLTJA, Nikki-LOU 2. MURRAY, Alyssa-SU 3. MARTINELLI, Katrina-RU 4. DALTON, Joanna-LOY 5. FROCCARO, Jackie-VU

Avg/G 1.00 0.77 0.76 0.65 0.57

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Kylie Ramsland 2010-13

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ALL-TIME ROSTER

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Anderson, Norwiece.............................................. 2013

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Baker, Mariah..........................................................2014 Banky, Lori ...................................................... 2009-11 Bell, Allison ..................................................... 2008-11 Bell, Megan ....................................................... 2012-14 Branscome, Gwen ............................................ 2009-12 Burgee, Liz...............................................................2014 Burton, Lynsey ................................................ 2008-11 Byner, Kyara ...................................................... 2013-14

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Cox, Stephanie................................................. 2008-09 Chiavacci, Jenna ................................................... 2011 Conway, Kelsey .................................................. 2011-14 Coulon, Chanelle ............................................. 2011-13 Curtis, Courtney ................................................. 2013-14

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Davis, Jen ............................................................. 2010 Del Bene, Sarah ................................................. 2013-14 DeLemos, Skylar.......................................................2014 DeSautels, Jamie .................................................. 2008 Doran, Jenn ..................................................... 2009-12

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Enich, Elaina ............................................................2014

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Fink, Maddie ................................................... 2010-13 Fisher, Leigh ......................................................... 2012 Flagg, Erin ............................................................ 2011 Flynn, Kelley.....................................................2008,11

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Graham, Jennifer .................................................. 2012 Gulmi, Meg ........................................................ 2013-14

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Liberatore, Katie ............................................. 2010-11 Lynes, Shannon ............................................... 2008-10 Lubeley, Sydney........................................................2014 Lucke, Holly .......................................................... 2013

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Magnotta, Jillian ............................................... 2012-14 Marshall, Lindsey ............................................ 2008-09 Marvine, Haley ................................................ 2008-11 Mattingly, Ali .................................................. 2009-12 Mercier, Rachel ................................................ 2009-12 Mott, Jen ......................................................... 2008-10

Assistant Coaches

Christy Finch......................................................... 2011 Lauren Gunning........................................2012-Present Megan McLouth.................................................... 2008 Kari Pabis......................................................... 2008-09 Lauren Schwartzman....................................... 2009-10 Breanna Stiff.................................................... 2011-12 Shannon Witzel.........................................2013-Present

Parsons, MacKenzie ......................................... 2009-12 Pierson, Marissa .............................................. 2010-13 Piontek, Adrianna ........................................... 2010-13

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Ramsland, Kylie ............................................... 2010-13 Roberts, Kaila ....................................................... 2013 Russo, Katherine ............................................. 2009-11

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Lellie Swords Head Coach | 2008-12

Simanski, Laura ............................................... 2009-12 Sinmaz, Gabby ................................................ 2009-12 Skelton, Karen ................................................. 2008-11 Smith, Tiffany .................................................. 2009-11 Starvaggi, Natalie ........................................... 2008-11 Stratton, Paige ................................................ 2008-11

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Tasset, Julia .......................................................... 2011 Thompson, Sarah ................................................. 2008 Tunnell, Dani............................................................2014 Turner, Sidonie ..................................................... 2008

GINA OLIVER Head Coach | 2013-Present

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Van Sloun, Ally ..................................................... 2013

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Wade, Jenna ......................................................... 2008 Wagonhurst, Hillary ............................................. 2011 Walsh, Jennifer .................................................. 2011-14 Wettig, Katelyn ............................................... 2010-13

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Zarella, Torrie .................................................... 2012-14 Zinkand, LB ..................................................... 2009-10

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Lellie Swords.................................................... 2008-12 Gina Oliver................................................2013-Present

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Hague, Maggie ................................................ 2009-12 Hebert, Cathy .................................................. 2009-12 Heineke, Jayme .................................................... 2012 Helmrath, Ashley ............................................... 2012-14 Hiatt, Marissa ....................................................... 2008 Hicklen, Hannah.......................................................2014 Hillmer, Kelly ........................................................ 2012 Hinsch,Hannah........................................................2014 Houck, Lauren ...................................................... 2009

Jarvis, Katelyn ................................................. 2011-12

Head Coaches

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Young, Taylor ..................................................... 2011-14

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Current players in italics.

Kazaks, Jess ..................................................... 2008-10 Kelly, Lauren ................................................... 2008-10 Kelly, Patty ...................................................... 2008-10 Kiriazoglou, Katie ............................................ 2010-13 Knoop, Megan ................................................... 2011-14 CINCINNATI LACROSSE ∙ 27

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SINGLE GAME & SEASON RECORDS INDIVIDUAL SINGLE GAME POINTS Pts 1. 8 8 8 8 5. 7 7 7 8. 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Player Katie Kiriazoglou Katie Kiriazoglou Katie Kiriazoglou Katie Kiriazoglou Megan Bell Katie Kiriazoglou Laura Simanski Courtney Curtis Katie Kiriazoglou Kylie Ramsland Katie Liberatore Katie Liberatore Ali Mattingly Laura Simanski Laura Simanski

Opponent Date at Presbyterian Feb 26, 2012 Villanova Apr 15, 2011 Jacksonville Apr 18, 2010 Presbyterian Mar 13, 2010 Presbyterian Mar 17, 2013 at Fresno State Mar 23, 2010 at Villanova Apr 30, 2010 at Coastal Carolina Feb 15, 2013 at Liberty Mar 3, 2012 Fresno Feb 19, 2012 Duquesne Mar 7, 2010 Presbyterian Mar 13, 2010 vs LeMoyne Apr 19, 2009 vs LeMoyne Apr 19, 2009 at Robert Morris Feb 22, 2009

GOALS G 1. 7 2. 6 6 6 6 6. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Player Laura Simanski Katie Kiriazoglou Kylie Ramsland Katie Liberatore Laura Simanski Kylie Ramsland Megan Bell Courtney Curtis Katie Liberatore Lindsey Marshall Ali Mattingly Laura Simanski

Opponent Date at Villanova Apr 30, 2010 at Presbyterian Feb 26, 2012 Fresno Feb 19, 2012 Detroit Mar 11, 2011 at Robert Morris Feb 22, 2009 Presbyterian Mar 17, 2013 Presbyterian Mar 17, 2013 at Coastal Carolina Feb 15, 2013 Duquesne Mar 07, 2010 at Connecticut Mar 27, 2009 vs LeMoyne Apr 19, 2009 vs LeMoyne Apr 19, 2009

ASSISTS A 1. 5 5 5 5 5. 4 4 4 8. 3

Player Katie Kiriazoglou Katie Kiriazoglou Katie Kiriazoglou Katie Kiriazoglou Lauren Houck Lauren Houck Katie Liberatore 16 different times

Opponent Villanova Jacksonville Presbyterian at Fresno State at Presbyterian Fresno State Presbyterian

SHOTS S 1. 13 2. 12 3. 11 11 5. 9 9 9 9 9. 8

Player Lindsey Marshall Laura Simanski Taylor Young Laura Simanski Katie Kiriazoglou Laura Simanski Lynsey Burton Lindsey Marshall 14 different times

Opponent UC-Davis at Detroit Niagara at Oregon at Presbyterian at Robert Morris Le Moyne Robert Morris

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Date Apr 15, 2011 Apr 18, 2010 Mar 13, 2010 Mar 23, 2010 Feb 15, 2009 Mar 25, 2009 Mar 13, 2010

Date Apr 12, 2008 Mar 5, 2010 Mar 5, 2013 Mar 20, 2010 Feb 26, 2012 Feb 22, 2009 Feb 23, 2008 Feb 29, 2008

SAVES Sv 1. 23 2. 21 3. 17 17 17 17 7. 16 16 9. 15 15 15 15 15

Player Katherine Russo Katherine Russo Jen Mott Katherine Russo Katherine Russo Jen Walsh Meg Gulmi Katherine Russo Meg Gulmi Jen Mott Katherine Russo Katherine Russo Jen Walsh

GROUND BALLS GB Player 1. 13 Jen Mott 2. 11 Laura Simanski 3. 9 LB Zinkand 4. 7 Meg Gulmi 7 Shannon Lynes 7 Jen Mott 7 Paige Stratton 8. 6 7 different times

Opponent Duquesne Jacksonville Davidson at Loyola Loyola at High Point at Louisville at Rutgers Villanova Le Moyne vs LeMoyne at Oregon Villanova

Date Mar 7, 2010 Apr 18, 2010 Apr 11, 2008 Apr 3, 2010 Apr 11, 2009 Feb 20, 2011 Apr 21, 2013 May 2, 2010 Apr 26, 2013 Feb 23, 2008 Apr 19, 2009 Mar 20, 2010 Apr 15, 2011

Opponent Davidson at Detroit at Robert Morris at Connecticut Robert Morris Syracuse UC Davis

Date Apr 11, 2008 Mar 5, 2010 Feb 22, 2009 Apr 12, 2008 Feb 29, 2008 Mar 30, 2008 Apr 12, 2008

DRAW CONTROLS DC Player Opponent 1. 8 Kylie Ramsland Presbyterian 8 Rachel Mercier at Davidson 3. 7 Megan Bell Niagara 7 Laura Simanski Georgetown 5. 6 Kylie Ramsland Oregon 6 Kylie Ramsland Iona 6 Megan Bell Presbyterian 6 Megan Bell Detroit 6 Kylie Ramsland Villanova 6 Allison Bell vs LeMoyne 6 MacKenzie Parsons at Ohio State 6 Paige Stratton at Loyola (Md.)

Date Mar 17, 2013 Feb 18, 2011 Mar 5, 2013 Apr 9, 2010 Feb 24, 2013 Mar 9, 2013 Mar 17, 2013 Mar 29, 2013 Apr 26, 2013 Apr 19, 2009 Mar 11, 2009 Apr 4, 2008

CAUSED TURNOVERS CT Player 1. 5 Lauren Kelly 2. 4 Taylor Young 4 Gwen Branscome 4 Lindsey Marshall 4 LB Zinkand 6. 3 31 different times

Opponent Robert Morris Liberty vs Detroit at Robert Morris at Rutgers

FREE POSITION GOALS G Player Opponent 1. 3 Ali Mattingly vs LeMoyne 2. 2 18 different times

Date Feb 29, 2008 Mar 14, 2013 Apr 27, 2009 Feb 22, 2009 May 2, 2010

Date Apr 19, 2009

INDIVIDUAL SEASON POINTS Pts 1. 52 2. 51 3. 47 4. 44 5. 38 38 7. 37 8. 35 9. 33 10. 32 32

Player Laura Simanski (47g 5a) Laura Simanski (46g 5a) Katie Kiriazoglou (20g 27a) Laura Simanski (38g 6a) Rachel Mercier (16g 22a) Katie Kiriazoglou (16g 22a) Lindsey Marshall (34g 3a) Kylie Ramsland (26g 9a) Katie Liberatore (18g 15a) Lindsey Marshall (30g 2a) Megan Bell (29g 3a)

Season 2009 2010 2010 2012 2012 2011 2009 2013 2011 2008 2013

GOALS G 1. 47 2. 46 3. 38 4. 34 5. 30 6. 29 7. 27 8. 26 26 9. 23 10. 22

Player Laura Simanski Laura Simanski Laura Simanski Lindsey Marshall Lindsey Marshall Megan Bell Marissa Pierson Kylie Ramsland Taylor Young Laura Simanski Kylie Ramsland

Season 2009 2010 2012 2009 2008 2013 2012 2013 2013 2011 2012

ASSISTS A 1. 27 2. 22 22 4. 15 15 6. 13 7. 11 8. 10 10 10. 9

Player Katie Kiriazoglou Rachel Mercier Katie Kiriazoglou Katie Liberatore Natalie Starvaggi Katie Kiriazoglou Lauren Houck Katie Liberatore Ashley Helmrath Kylie Ramsland

Season 2010 2012 2011 2011 2010 2012 2009 2010 2013 2013

SHOTS ATTEMPTED S Player 1. 96 Laura Simanski (46 goals) 2. 92 Laura Simanski (47 goals) 3. 77 Laura Simanski (38 goals) 4. 71 Lindsey Marshall (30 goals) 5. 69 Lindsey Marshall (34 goals) 6. 59 Kylie Ramsland (26 goals) 7. 58 Taylor Young (26 goals) 8. 57 Lynsey Burton (18 goals) 9. 56 Lynsey Burton (19 goals) 10. 53 Laura Simanski (23 goals)

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SEASON RECORDS SHOTS ON GOAL SOG Player 1. 79 Laura Simanski (47 goals) 2. 72 Laura Simanski (46 goals) 3. 57 Laura Simanski (38 goals) 4. 55 Lindsey Marshall (30 goals) 5. 53 Lindsey Marshall (34 goals) 6. 44 Marissa Pierson (27 goals) 7. 42 Taylor Young (26 goals) 8. 41 Laura Simanski (23 goals) 9. 40 Kylie Ramsland (26 goals) 10. 39 Lynsey Burton (18 goals) 39 Lynsey Burton (19 goals)

Season 2009 2010 2012 2008 2009 2012 2013 2011 2013 2009 2008

GROUND BALLS GB Player 1. 55 Jen Mott 2. 42 LB Zinkand 3. 37 Paige Stratton 4. 34 Taylor Young 5. 33 Natalie Starvaggi 33 Katelyn Wettig 7. 32 Kylie Ramsland 8. 31 Paige Stratton 31 Katherine Russo 31 Katherine Russo 31 Lindsey Marshall

Season 2008 2009 2010 2013 2010 2012 2011 2011 2010 2009 2009

DRAW CONTROLS DC Player 1. 65 Meg Bell 2. 58 Kylie Ramsland 3. 55 Meg Bell 4. 44 Rachel Mercier 5. 36 MacKenzie Parsons 6. 35 Kylie Ramsland 35 Ali Mattingly 8. 34 Mackenzie Parsons 9. 32 MacKenzie Parsons 10. 30 Ali Mattingly 30 Lindsey Marshall

Season 2012 2013 2013 2012 2009 2012 2009 2011 2012 2010 2008

CAUSED TURNOVERS CT Player 1. 22 Lindsey Marshall 22 Lauren Kelly 3. 19 Ally Van Sloun 19 Megan Bell 19 Taylor Young 6. 17 Lindsey Marshall 17 MacKenzie Parsons 17 Paige Stratton 9. 14 Laura Simanski 10. 12 Kylie Ramsland 12 Patty Kelly 12 Jen Mott 12 LB Zinkand 12 Laura Simanski

Season 2009 2008 2008 2013 2013 2008 2010 2011 2010 2011 2008 2008 2010 2009

FREE POSITION GOALS G Player 1. 12 Laura Simanski 12 Lindsey Marshall 3. 11 Laura Simanski 4. 10 Kylie Ramsland 10 Laura Simanski 6. 9 Laura Simanski 9 Lindsey Marshall 8. 8 Kylie Ramsland 9. 6 Rachel Mercier 10. 5 Natalie Starvaggi 5 MacKenzie Parsons 5 Lynsey Burton 5 Natalie Starvaggi 5 Rachel Mercier

Season 2011 2009 2010 2012 2012 2009 2008 2013 2010 2009 2009 2008 2010 2012

SAVES S 1. 171 2. 161 3. 142 4. 129 5. 128 6. 110 7. 51 8. 24 9. 18 10. 15

Player Katherine Russo (198 GA) Katherine Russo (208 GA) Meg Gulmi (180 GA) Jen Walsh (265 GA) Jen Walsh (200 GA) Jen Mott (154 GA) Haley Marvine (78 GA) Haley Marvine (39 GA) Haley Marvine (31 GA) Katherine Russo (15 GA)

Season 2010 2009 2013 2012 2011 2008 2008 2011 2010 2011

SAVE PERCENTAGE (minimum 5 saves) SP Player 1. .500 Katherine Russo (15 GA, 15 saves) 2. .463 Katherine Russo (198 GA, 171 saves) 3. .441 Meg Gulmi (180 GA, 142 saves) 4. .436 Katherine Russo (208 GA, 161 saves) 5. .417 Jen Mott (154 GA, 110 saves) 6. .395 Haley Marvine (78 GA, 51 saves) 7. .390 Jen Walsh (200 GA, 161 saves) 8. .381 Haley Marvine (39 GA, 18 saves) 9. .367 Haley Marvine (31 GA, 18 saves) 10. .327 Jen Walsh (265 GA, 129 saves)

Season 2011 2010 2013 2009 2008 2008 2011 2011 2010 2012

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (min. 5 minutes) GAA Player 1. 6.53 Jen Mott 2. 6.61 Haley Marvine 3. 11.32 Haley Marvine 4. 12.30 Meg Gulmi 5. 13.51 Jennifer Walsh 6. 13.53 Katherine Russo 7. 13.61 Katherine Russo 8. 14.53 Jen Mott 9. 15.90 Haley Marvine 10. 16.12 Haley Marvine

Season 2009 2009 2010 2013 2013 2010 2009 2008 2008 2011

WINS No. 1. 7 7 3. 4 4. 3 5. 2 6. 1 1

Player Katherine Russo (7-7) Meg Gulmi (7-8) Katherine Russo (4-12) Jen Walsh (3-13) Jen Mott (2-11) Jen Walsh (1-11) Katherine Russo (1-0)

Season 2009 2013 2010 2012 2008 2011 2011

MINUTES PLAYED Min Player 1. 1243 Ali Mattingly 2. 1163 Natalie Starvaggi 3. 1089 Katherine Russo 4. 1073 Ali Mattingly 5. 1066 Laura Simanski 6. 1063 Lindsey Marshall 7. 1057 LB Zinkland 8. 1051 Laura Simanski 9. 1042 Paige Stratton 10. 1035 Natalie Starvaggi

Season 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2009

Laura Simanski 2009-12

Katie Kiriazoglou 2010-13

Katherine Russo 2009-11

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CAREER RECORDS Points Pts Player 1. 162 Laura Simanski (146g 16a) 2. 126 Katie Kiriazoglou (65g 61a) 3. 79 Kylie Ramsland (62g 17a) 4. 69 Lindsey Marshall (64g 5a) 5. 65 Natalie Starvaggi (44g 21a) 6. 64 MacKenzie Parsons (49g 15a) 7. 63 Marissa Pierson (57g 6a) 8. 59 Katie Liberatore (34g 25a) 9. 56 Megan Bell (50g 6a) 10. 50 Rachel Mercier (26g 24a) 50 Lynsey Burton (39g 11a) Points per game (minimum 5 games) PPG Player 1. 2.53 Laura Simanski (64 games) 2. 2.36 Katie Liberatore (25 games) 3. 2.29 Katie Kiriazoglou (55 games) 4. 2.09 Lindsey Marshall (33 games) 5. 1.75 Megan Bell (32 games) 6. 1.58 Kylie Ramsland (50 games) 7. 1.44 Courtney Curits (16 games) 8. 1.12 Natalie Starvaggi (58 games) 9. 1.06 Jamie DeSautels (16 games) 10. 1.02 MacKenzie Parsons (63 games) Goals G 1. 146 2. 65 3. 64 4. 62 5. 57 6. 50 7. 49 8. 44 9. 39 10. 36

Player Laura Simanski Katie Kiriazoglou Lindsey Marshall Kylie Ramsland Marissa Pierson Megan Bell MacKenzie Parsons Natalie Starvaggi Lynsey Burton Ali Mattingly

Goals per game (minimum 5 games) GPG Player 1. 2.28 Laura Simanski (64 games) 2. 1.94 Lindsey Marshall (33 games) 3. 1.56 Megan Bell (32 games) 4. 1.36 Katie Liberatore (25 games) 5. 1.24 Kylie Ramsland (50 games) 6. 1.18 Katie Kiriazoglou (55 games) 7. 1.06 Courtney Curtis (16 games) 8. 0.90 Marissa Pierson (63 games) 9. 0.78 MacKenzie Parsons (63 games) 10. 0.76 Natalie Starvaggi (58 games)

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Seasons 2009-12 2010-13 2010-13 2008-09 2008-11 2009-12 2010-13 2010-11 2012-14 2009-12 2008-11 Seasons 2009-12 2010-11 2010-13 2008-09 2012-14 2010-13 2013-14 2008-11 2008 2009-12 Seasons 2009-12 2010-13 2008-09 2010-13 2010-13 2012-14 2009-12 2008-11 2008-11 2009-12 Seasons 2009-12 2008-09 2012-14 2010-11 2010-13 2010-13 2013-14 2010-13 2009-12 2008-11

Assists A 1. 61 2. 25 3. 24 4. 21 5. 17 6. 16 7. 15 8. 11 11 10. 10 10

Player Katie Kiriazoglou Katie Liberatore Rachel Mercier Natalie Starvaggi Kylie Ramsland Laura Simanski MacKenzie Parsons Lauren Houck Lynsey Burton Jess Kazaks Ashley Helmrath

Assists per game (minimum 5 games) APG Player 1. 1.11 Katie Kiriazoglou (55 games) 2. 1.00 Katie Liberatore (25 games) 3. 0.69 Lauren Houck (16 games) 4. 0.44 Jamie DeSautels (16 games) 5. 0.43 Ashley Helmrath (23 games) 6. 0.42 Rachel Mercier (57 games) 7. 0.38 Courtney Curtis (16 games) 8. 0.36 Natalie Starvaggi (58 games) 9. 0.34 Kylie Ramsland (50 games) 10. 0.25 Laura Simanski (64 games) 0.25 Jess Kazaks (40 games)

Seasons 2010-13 2010-11 2009-12 2008-11 2010-13 2009-12 2009-12 2009 2008-11 2008-10 2012-14 Seasons 2010-13 2010-11 2009 2008 2012-14 2009-12 2013-14 2008-11 2010-13 2009-12 2008-10

Shots attempted S Player 1. 307 Laura Simanski (146 goals) 2. 150 MacKenzie Parsons (49 goals) 3. 144 Kylie Ramsland (62 goals) 4. 140 Lindsey Marshall (64 goals) 5. 126 Katie Kiriazoglou (65 goals) 6. 124 Natalie Starvaggi (44 goals) 124 Lynsey Burton (39 goals) 8. 102 Marissa Pierson (57 goals) 9. 86 Megan Bell (50 goals) 10. 82 Ali Mattingly (36 goals)

Seasons 2009-12 2009-12 2010-13 2008-09 2010-13 2008-11 2008-11 2010-13 2012-14 2009-12

Shots per game (minimum 5 games) SPG Player 1. 4.80 Laura Simanski (64 games) 2. 4.24 Lindsey Marshall (33 games) 3. 2.88 Kylie Ramsland (50 games) 4. 2.81 Courtney Curtis (16 games) 5. 2.69 Megan Bell (32 games) 6. 2.38 MacKenzie Parsons (63 games) 7. 2.32 Katie Liberatore (25 games) 8. 2.29 Katie Kiriazoglou (55 games) 9. 2.14 Natalie Starvaggi (58 games) 10. 1.97 Lynsey Burton (63 games)

Seasons 2009-12 2008-09 2010-13 2013-14 2012-14 2009-12 2010-11 2010-13 2008-11 2008-11

Shots on goal SOG Player 1. 238 Laura Simanski (146 goals) 2. 110 MacKenzie Parsons (49 goals) 3. 108 Lindsey Marshall (64 goals) 4. 101 Kylie Ramsland (62 goals) 5. 100 Katie Kiriazoglou (65 goals) 6. 91 Marissa Pierson (57 goals) 7. 87 Lynsey Burton (39 goals) 8. 84 Natalie Starvaggi (44 goals) 9. 71 Megan Bell (50 goals) 10. 55 Ali Mattingly (36 goals)

Seasons 2009-12 2009-12 2008-09 2010-13 2010-13 2010-13 2008-11 2008-11 2012-14 2009-12

SOG per game (minimum 5 games) SOG/Gm Player 1. 3.72 Laura Simanski (64 games) 2. 3.27 Lindsey Marshall (33 games) 3. 2.22 Megan Bell (32 games) 4. 2.02 Kylie Ramsland (50 games) 5. 2.00 Courtney Curtis (16 games) 6. 1.96 Katie Liberatore (25 games) 7. 1.82 Katie Kiriazoglou (55 games) 8. 1.75 MacKenzie Parsons (63 games) 9. 1.45 Natalie Starvaggi (58 games) 10. 1.44 Marissa Pierson (63 games)

Seasons 2009-12 2008-09 2012-14 2010-13 2013-14 2010-11 2010-13 2009-12 2008-11 2010-13

Ground balls GB Player 1. 107 Paige Stratton 2. 92 MacKenzie Parsons 3. 84 Laura Simanski 4. 72 Natalie Starvaggi 5. 68 Lauren Kelly 6. 67 Kylie Ramsland 7. 65 Katherine Russo 8. 61 LB Zinkand 61 Rachel Mercier 10. 59 Lindsey Marshall

Seasons 2008-11 2009-12 2009-12 2008-11 2008-11 2010-13 2009-11 2009-10 2009-12 2008-09

Ground balls per game (minimum 5 games) GB/Gm Player Seasons 1. 2.50 Jen Mott (22 games) 2008-10 2. 1.85 LB Zinkand (33 games) 2009-10 3. 1.81 Paige Stratton (59 games) 2008-11 4. 1.81 Katherine Russo (36 games) 2009-11 5. 1.79 Lindsey Marshall (33 games) 2008-09 6. 1.49 Jen Walsh (15 games) 2011-14 7. 1.46 MacKenzie Parsons (63 games) 2009-12 8. 1.44 Ally Van Sloun (16 games) 2013 9. 1.41 Megan Bell (32 games) 2012-14 10. 1.34 Kylie Ramsland (50 games) 2010-13

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CAREER RECORDS Draw controls DC Player 1. 120 Megan Bell 2. 119 MacKenzie Parsons 3. 114 Kylie Ramsland 4. 97 Rachel Mercier 5. 93 Ali Mattingly 6. 66 Laura Simanski 7. 56 Paige Stratton 8. 53 Lindsey Marshall 9. 46 Natalie Starvaggi 10. 36 Allison Bell 36 Lynsey Burton

Seasons 2012-14 2009-12 2010-13 2009-12 2009-12 2009-12 2008-11 2008-09 2008-11 2008-11 2008-11

Draw controls per game (minimum 5 games) DC/Gm Player Seasons 1. 3.75 Megan Bell (32 games) 2012-14 2. 2.28 Kylie Ramsland (50 games) 2010-13 3. 1.89 MacKenzie Parsons (63 games) 2009-12 4. 1.70 Rachel Mercier (57 games) 2009-12 5. 1.61 Lindsey Marshall (33 games) 2008-09 6. 1.50 Ali Mattingly (62 games) 2009-12 7. 1.06 LB Zinkand (33 games) 2009-10 8. 1.03 Laura Simanski (64 games) 2009-12 9. 0.95 Paige Stratton (59 games) 2008-11 10. 0.79 Natalie Starvaggi (58 games) 2008-11 Caused turnovers CT Player 1. 51 MacKenzie Parsons 2. 42 Paige Stratton 3. 39 Laura Simanski 39 Lindsey Marshall 5. 35 Lauren Kelly 6. 31 Kylie Ramsland 7. 28 Natalie Starvaggi 8. 23 LB Zinkand 23 Taylor Young 10. 22 Gwen Branscome

Seasons 2009-12 2008-11 2009-12 2008-09 2008-11 2010-13 2008-11 2009-10 2011-14 2009-12

Caused turnovers per game (minimum 5 games) CT/Gm Player Seasons 1. 1.19 Ally Van Sloun (16 games) 2013 2. 1.18 Lindsey Marshall (33 games) 2008-09 3. 0.81 MacKenzie Parsons (63 games) 2009-12 4. 0.71 Paige Stratton (59 games) 2008-11 5. 0.70 LB Zinkand (33 games) 2009-10 6. 0.65 Lauren Kelly (54 games) 2008-11 7. 0.62 Megan Bell (32 games) 2012-14 8. 0.62 Kylie Ramsland (50 games) 2010-13 9. 0.61 Laura Simanski (64 games) 2009-12 10. 0.61 Taylor Young (38 games) 2011-14

Man-up goals UP G Player 1. 4 Katie Kiriazoglou 2. 3 Laura Simanski 3 Marissa Pierson 4. 1 Ashley Helmrath 1 Maddie Fink 1 Rachel Mercier 1 Kylie Ramsland 1 Megan Bell

Seasons 2010-13 2009-12 2010-13 2012-14 2010-13 2009-12 2010-13 2012-14

Man-down goals Dn G Player 1. 2 Kylie Ramsland 2 Katie Kiriazoglou 3. 1 Jenn Doran 1 Laura Simanski 1 Gabby Sinmaz

Seasons 2010-13 2010-13 2009-12 2009-12 2009-12

Free-position goals FPG Player 1. 40 Laura Simanski 2. 22 Kylie Ramsland 3. 21 Lindsey Marshall 4. 16 Natalie Starvaggi 5. 15 MacKenzie Parsons 6. 10 Rachel Mercier 7. 9 Lynsey Burton 8. 8 Marissa Pierson 8 Ali Mattingly 8 Megan Bell

Seasons 2009-12 2010-13 2008-09 2008-11 2009-12 2009-12 2008-11 2010-13 2009-12 2012-14

Games played GP Player 1. 64 Laura Simanski 64 Gwen Branscome 3. 63 Marissa Pierson 63 Lynsey Burton 63 MacKenzie Parsons 63 Maddie Fink 7. 62 Ali Mattingly 8. 59 Paige Stratton 9. 58 Natalie Starvaggi 10. 57 Rachel Mercier

Seasons 2009-12 2009-12 2010-13 2008-11 2009-12 2010-13 2009-12 2008-11 2008-11 2009-12

Games started GS Player 1. 64 Laura Simanski 2. 55 MacKenzie Parsons 3. 53 Gwen Branscome 4. 52 Paige Stratton 5. 50 Natalie Starvaggi 6. 48 Rachel Mercier 7. 45 Ali Mattingly 8. 42 Kylie Ramsland 9. 38 Maddie Fink 38 Karen Skelton

Seasons 2009-12 2009-12 2009-12 2008-11 2008-11 2009-12 2009-12 2010-13 2010-13 2008-11

Minutes played Min Player 1. 3754 Laura Simanski 2. 3482 MacKenzie Parsons 3. 3241 Natalie Starvaggi 4. 3217 Paige Stratton 5. 3210 Gwen Branscome 6. 2908 Rachel Mercier 7. 2814 Ali Mattingly 8. 2762 Kylie Ramsland 9. 2563 Karen Skelton 2563 Lynsey Burton

Seasons 2009-12 2009-12 2008-11 2008-11 2009-12 2009-12 2009-12 2010-13 2008-11 2008-11

GOALKEEPING Saves Saves Player Seasons 1. 337 Katherine Russo (405 GA, 337 saves) 2009-11 2. 271 Jennifer Walsh (471 GA, 271 saves) 2011-14 3. 142 Meg Gulmi (180 GA, 142 saves) 2013-14 4. 113 Jen Mott (157 GA, 113 saves) 2008-10 5. 96 Haley Marvine (151 GA, 96 saves) 2008-11 6. 4 Sidonie Turner (11 GA, 4 saves) 2008 Saves per game (minimum 5 games) SPG Player 1. 9.36 Katherine Russo (36 games) 2. 8.88 Meg Gulmi (16 games) 3. 7.74 Jennifer Walsh (35 games) 4. 6.28 Jen Mott (18 games) 5. 3.10 Haley Marvine (31 games)

Seasons 2009-11 2013-14 2011-14 2008-10 2008-11

Save percent (minimum 5 saves) Save% Player Seasons 1. .454 Katherine Russo (405 GA, 337 saves) 2009-11 2. .441 Meg Gulmi (180 GA, 142 saves) 2013-14 3. .419 Jen Mott (157 GA, 113 saves) 2008-10 5. .389 Haley Marvine (151 GA, 96 saves) 2008-11 6. .365 Jennifer Walsh (471 GA, 271 saves) 2011-14 Goals against avg (minimum 5 minutes) GAA Player Seasons 1. 12.30 Meg Gulmi (180 GA, 878 min) 2013-14 2. 13.64 Katherine Russo (405 GA, 1782 min) 2009-11 3. 13.66 Haley Marvine (151 GA, 663 min) 2008-11 4. 14.20 Jen Mott (157 GA, 664 min) 2008-10 5. 16.13 Jennifer Walsh (471 GA, 1752 min) 2011-14 6. 22.23 Sidonie TURNER (11 GA, 30 min) 2008 7. 39.24 Maggie HAGUE (4 GA, 6 min) 2009-12 Most wins W Player 1. 12 Katherine Russo (12-18-0) 2. 6 Meg Gulmi (6-9-0) 3. 4 Jennifer Walsh (4-24-0) 4. 2 Jen MOTT (2-11-0)

Seasons 2009-11 2013-14 2011-14 2008-10

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SERIES HISTORY

Opponent Coastal Carolina Connecticut Davidson Denver Detroit Duquesne Fresno State Georgetown High Point Howard Iona Jacksonville Johns Hopkins LeMoyne Liberty Longwood Louisville Loyola (Md.) Marquette Navy Niagara Notre Dame Ohio State Oregon Penn State Presbyterian Robert Morris Rutgers Saint Mary’s (Calif.) San Diego State Stanford Syracuse UC Davis Vanderbilt Villanova

W L Last Game 1 0 2013 0 5 2013 1 1 2011 0 1 2008 4 1 2013 1 3 2011 3 0 2012 0 5 2013 0 1 2011 1 0 2008 0 2 2013 1 1 2011 0 2 2009 1 1 2009 2 0 2013 0 1 2012 0 6 2013 0 6 2013 1 0 2013 0 1 2008 1 0 2013 0 5 2013 0 3 2010 0 4 2013 0 1 2008 3 0 2013 1 1 2013 1 4 2013 2 0 2010 0 1 2012 0 2 2011 0 5 2013 0 1 2008 0 3 2011 1 4 2013

2014 opponents in BOLD.

UC has not played 2014 opponents Stetson, Florida, Winthrop and Temple before.

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COASTAL CAROLINA Total Cincinnati leads, 1-0 At Coastal Cincinnati leads, 1-0 February 15, 2013 A W, 13-8

HIGH POINT Total At High Point February 20, 2011 A

CONNECTICUT Total UConn leads, 5-0 At Cincinnati UConn leads, 2-0 At UConn UConn leads, 3-0 March 27, 2009 A L, 11-9 April 25, 2010 H L, 12-11 OT April 21, 2011 A L, 19-9 April 20, 2012 H L, 17-8 April 12, 2013 A L, 15-2

HOWARD Total Cincinnati leads, 1-0 At Howard Cincinnati leads, 1-0 April 6, 2008 A W, 16-4

DAVIDSON Total Series tied, 1-1 At Cincinnati Davidson leads, 1-0 At Davidson Cincinnati leads, 1-0 April 11, 2008 H L, 11-5 February 18, 2011 A W, 13-10 DENVER Total Denver leads, 1-0 At Denver Denver leads, 1-0 March 21, 2008 A L, 19-3 DETROIT Total Cincinnati leads, 4-1 At Cincinnati Cincinnati leads, 2-0 At Detroit Series tied, 1-1 At Neutral Site Cincinnati leads, 1-0 April 27, 2009 N W, 15-6 March 5, 2010 A W, 10-6 March 11, 2011 H W, 14-12 April 30, 2012 A L, 14-11 March 29, 2013 H W, 16-6 DUQUESNE Total Duquesne leads, 3-1 At Cincinnati Duquesne leads, 2-0 At Duquesne Cincinnati leads, 1-1 March 16, 2008 H L, 16-7 February 20, 2009 A W, 11-8 March 7, 2010 H L, 14-13 March 24, 2011 A L, 15-6 FRESNO STATE Total Cincinnati leads, 3-0 At Cincinnati Cincinnati leads, 1-0 At Fresno State Cincinnati leads, 2-0 March 25, 2009 H W, 18-3 March 23, 2010 A W, 17-3 February 19, 2012 A W, 17-12 GEORGETOWN Total GU leads, 5-0 At Cincinnati GU leads, 2-0 At Georgetown GU leads, 3-0 April 18, 2009 A L, 18-6 April 9, 2010 H L, 21-8 April 8, 2011 A L, 17-2 April 5, 2012 H L, 22-4 March 22, 2013 A L, 21-3

HPU leads, 1-0 HPU leads, 1-0 L, 15-7

IONA Total Iona leads, 2-0 At Cincinnati Iona leads, 1-0 At Iona Iona leads, 1-0 March 17, 2012 H L, 21-13 March 9, 2013 A L, 13-12/2OT JACKSONVILLE Total Series tied, 1-1 At Cincinnati Cincinnati leads, 1-0 At Jacksonville JU leads, 1-0 April 18, 2010 H W, 15-9 February 13, 2011 A L, 18-10/OT JOHNS HOPKINS Total At Johns Hopkins March 27, 2008 A March 4, 2009 A

JHU leads, 2-0 JHU leads, 2-0 L, 19-3 L, 18-9

LEMOYNE Total Series tied, 1-1 At UC LeMoyne leads, 1-0 Neutral Cincinnati leads, 1-0 February 23, 2008 H L, 11-7 April 27, 2009 N W, 12-10 LIBERTY Total Cincinnati leads, 2-0 At Cincinnati Cincinnati leads, 1-0 At Liberty Cincinnati leads, 1-0 March 4, 2012 A W, 13-8 March 14, 2013 H W, 7-3 LONGWOOD Total LU leads, 1-0 At Longwood LU leads: 1-0 March 2, 2012 A L, 17-11 LOUISVILLE Total Louisville leads, 6-0 At Cincinnati Louisville leads, 3-0 At Louisville Louisville leads, 3-0 April 29, 2008 A L, 16-10 April 15, 2009 H L, 10-7 March 30, 2010 H L, 13-9 March 27, 2011 A L, 18-15 March 27, 2012 H L, 18-7 April 21, 2013 A L, 18-10

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SERIES HISTORY LOYOLA (MD.) Total Loyola leads, 6-0 At Cincinnati Loyola leads, 2-0 At Loyola Loyola leads, 4-0 April 4, 2008 A L, 20-6 April 11, 2009 H L, 17-4 April 3, 2010 A L, 16-6 April 1, 2011 H L, 17-3 March 30, 2012 A L, 16-8 March 24, 2013 A L, 19-0 MARQUETTE Total Cincinnati leads, 1-0 At Cincinnati Cincinnati leads, 1-0 April 5, 2013 H W, 14-5 NAVY Total Navy leads, 1-0 At Navy Navy leads, 1-0 March 8, 2008 A L, 18-6 NIAGARA Total Cincinnati leads, 1-0 At Niagara Cincinnati leads, 1-0 March 5, 2013 H W, 12-11 NOTRE DAME Total At Cincinnati At Notre Dame April 3, 2009 H April 17, 2010 A May 1, 2011 H April 28, 2012 A April 7, 2013 H

ND leads, 5-0 ND leads, 3-0 ND leads, 2-0 L, 16-5 L, 15-5 L, 17-6 L, 22-2 L, 13-6

OHIO STATE Total At UC At Ohio State April 23, 2008 H March 11, 2009 A April 14, 2010 H

OSU leads, 3-0 OSU leads, 2-0 OSU leads, 1-0 L, 17-2 L, 20-8 L, 20-5

OREGON Total Oregon leads, 4-0 At UC Oregon leads, 1-0 At Oregon Oregon leads, 2-0 Neutral Oregon leads, 1-0 March 20, 2010 A L, 14-8 March 6, 2011 H L, 16-5 April 1, 2012 N L, 20-10 February 24, 2013 A L, 16-5 PENN STATE Total At Penn State April 18, 2008 A

PSU leads, 1-0 PSU leads, 1-0 L, 19-4

PRESBYTERIAN Total Cincinnati leads, 3-0 At Cincinnati Cincinnati leads, 2-0 At Presbyterian Cincinnati leads, 1-0 March 13, 2010 H W, 18-4 February 26, 2012 A W, 20-16 March 17, 2013 H W, 22-6 ROBERT MORRIS Total Series tied, 1-1 At Cincinnati RMU leads, 1-0 At Robert Morris Cincinnati leads, 1-0 February 29, 2008 H L, 11-8 February 22, 2009 A W, 11-10 OT RUTGERS Total Rutgers leads, 4-1 At Cincinnati Rutgers leads, 2-1 At Rutgers Rutgers leads, 2-0 April 5, 2009 H L, 15-10 May 2, 2010 A L, 21-8 April 17, 2011 H L, 12-8 April 15, 2012 A L, 13-10 April 28, 2013 H W, 9-8

VANDERBILT Total Vanderbilt leads, 3-0 At UC Vanderbilt leads, 1-0 At Vanderbilt Vanderbilt leads, 2-0 February 14, 2008 A L, 20-4 March 14, 2009 H L, 19-7 March 2, 2011 A L, 17-3 VILLANOVA Total Villanova leads, 4-1 At Cincinnati Villanova leads, 2-1 At Villanova Villanova Leads, 2-0 March 8, 2009 H W, 11-10 April 30, 2010 A L, 16-1502 April 15, 2011 H L, 10-11 April 13, 2012 A L, 17-10 April 26, 2013 H L, 17-7

SAINT MARY’S (CALIF.) Total Cincinnati leads, 2-0 At Saint Mary’s Cincinnati leads, 1-0 Neutral Cincinnati leads, 1-0 March 7, 2008 N W, 12-7 March 24, 2010 A W, 12-7 SAN DIEGO STATE Total At San Diego State February 17, 2012 A

SDSU leads, 1-0 SDSU leads, 1-0 L, 14-9

STANFORD Total Stanford leads, 2-0 At Cincinnati Stanford leads, 1-0 At Stanford Stanford leads, 1-0 March 22, 2010 A L, 19-4 March 22, 2011 H L, 20-8 SYRACUSE Total Syracuse leads, 5-0 At Cincinnati Syracuse leads, 3-0 At Syracuse Syracuse leads, 2-0 March 30, 2008 H L, 23-4 March 29, 2009 A L, 23-7 April 23, 2010 H L, 19-7 April 22, 2012 H L, 22-5 April 14, 2013 A L, 21-6 UC DAVIS Total UC Davis leads, 1-0 At Cincinnati: UC Davis leads, 1-0 April 12, 2008 H L, 12-11

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS/VERSUS TOP 25 2008 Overall: 2-14 | Independent Head Coach: Lellie Swords Feb. 14 at Vanderbilt L Feb. 23 LeMoyne L Feb. 29 Robert Morris L March 7 vs St. Mary’s (Calif.) W March 8 at Navy L March 16 Duquesne L March 21 at #19 Denver L March 27 at #15 Johns Hopkins L March 30 #5 Syracuse L April 4 at Loyola (Md.) L April 6 at Howard W April 11 Davidson L April 12 UC Davis L April 18 at Penn State L April 23 Ohio State L April 29 at Louisville L

4-20 7-11 8-11 12-7 6-18 7-16 3-19 3-19 4-23 6-20 16-4 5-11 11-12 4-19 2-17 10-16

2009 Overall: 7-10 | BIG EAST: 0-7 Head Coach: Lellie Swords Feb. 15 at Presbyterian W 16-6 Feb. 20 at Duquesne W 11-8 Feb. 2/22 at Robert Morris W 11-10/OT March 4 at #14 Johns Hopkins L 9-18 March 8 Villanova W 11-10 March 11 at #19 Ohio State L 8-20 March 15 Vanderbilt L 7-19 March 25 Fresno State W 18-3 March 27 at Connecticut* L 9-11 March 29 at #8 Syracuse* L 7-23 April 3 #9 Notre Dame* L 5-16 April 5 Rutgers* L 10-15 April 11 Loyola (Md.)* L 4-17 April 15 Louisville8 L 7-10 April 18 at #7 Georgetown* L 6-18 April 19 vs LeMoyne W 12-10 April 27 vs Detroit W 15-6 2010 Overall: 5-12 | BIG EAST: 0-8 Head Coach: Lellie Swords March 5 at Detroit March 7 Duquesne March 13 Presbyterian March 20 at Oregon March 22 at #9 Stanford March 23 at Fresno State March 24 at St. Mary’s (Calif.) March 30 Louisville* April 3 at #13 Loyola (Md.)* April 9 Georgetown* April 14 Ohio State April 17 at #12 Notre Dame* April 18 Jacksonville April 23 Syracuse* April 25 Connecticut* April 30 at Villanova* May 2 at #19 Rutgers*

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W 10-6 L 13-14 W 18-4 L 8-14 L 4-19 W 17-3 W 12-7 L 9-13 L 6-16 L 8-21 L 5-20 L 5-15 W 15-9 L 3-19 L 11-12/OT L 15-16/2OT L 8-21

2011 Overall: 2-13 | BIG EAST: 0-8 Head Coach: Lellie Swords Feb. 13 at Jacksonville Feb. 18 at Davidson Feb. 20 at High Point March 2 at #13 Vanderbilt March 6 Oregon March 11 Detroit March 22 #7 Stanford March 24 at Duquesne March 27 at #18 Louisville April 1 #5 Loyola (Md.)* April 8 at #18 Georgetown* April 15 Villanova* April 17 Rutgers* April 21 at Connecticut* April 23 at Syracuse* May 1 Notre Dame*

L 10-18/OT W 13-10 L 7-15 L 3-17 L 5-16 W 14-12 L 8-20 L 6-15 L 15-18 L 3-17 L 2-17 L 10-11 L 9-12 L 9-19 L 3-20 L 6-17

2012 Overall: 3-13 | BIG EAST: 0-7 Head Coach: Lellie Swords Feb. 17 at San Diego State Feb. 19 at Fresno State Feb. 26 at Presbyterian March 2 at Longwood March 4 at Liberty March 17 Iona March 27 Louisville* March 30 at #15 Loyola (Md.)* April 1 at #13 Oregon April 5 #26 Georgetown* April 13 at Villanova* April 15 at Rutgers* April 20 Connecticut* April 22 #6 Syracuse* April 28 at #14 Notre Dame* April 30 at Detroit

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

2013 Overall: 7-9 | BIG EAST: 1-7 Head Coach: Gina Owens Feb. 15 at Coastal Carolina Feb. 24 at Oregon March 5 Niagara March 9 at Iona March 14 Liberty March 17 Presbyterian March 22 at #8 Georgetown* March 24 at #16 Loyola (Md.)* March 29 Detroit April 5 Marquette* April 7 Notre Dame* April 12 at Connecticut* April 14 at #5 Syracuse* April 21 at Louisville* April 26 Villanova* April 28 Rutgers

W 13-8 L 5-16 W 12-11 L 12-13/3OT W 7-3 W 22-6 L 3-21 L 0-19 W 16-6 W 14-5 L 6-13 L 2-15 L 6-21 L 10-18 L 7-17 W 9-8

9-14 17-12 20-16 11-17 13-8 13-21 7-18 8-16 10-20 4-22 10-17 10-13 8-17 5-22 2-22 11-14

BEARCATS VERSUS RANKED TEAMS (0-24) 2008 (0-3) March 21 at #19 Denver L 3-19 March 27 at #15 Johns Hopkins L 3-19 March 30 #5 Syracuse L 4-23 2009 (0-5) March 4 March 11 March 29 April 3 April 18

at #14 Johns Hopkins L at #19 Ohio State L at #8 Syracuse* L #9 Notre Dame* L at #7 Georgetown* L

9-18 8-20 7-23 5-16 6-18

2010 (0-4) March 22 April 3 April 17 May 2

at #9 Stanford at #13 Loyola (Md.)* at #12 Notre Dame* at #19 Rutgers*

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4-19 6-16 5-15 8-21

2011 (0-5) March 2 March 22 March 27 April 1 April 8

at #13 Vanderbilt #7 Stanford at #18 Louisville #5 Loyola (Md.)* at #18 Georgetown*

L L L L L

3-17 8-20 15-18 3-17 2-17

2012 (0-4) March 30 April 1 April 5 April 22 April 28

at #15 Loyola (Md.)* at #13 Oregon #26 Georgetown* #6 Syracuse* at #14 Notre Dame*

L L L L L

8-16 10-20 4-22 5-22 2-22

2013 (0-3) March 22 at #8 Georgetown* March 24 at #16 Loyola (Md.)* April 14 at #5 Syracuse*

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3-21 0-19 6-21


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