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SPRING 2014

MEDIA GUIDE WOMEN’S LACROSSE

WOMEN’S LACROSSE SPRING 2014 Table of Contents Quick Facts................................................................................................... 3 Director of Athletics..................................................................................... 4 Wilmington University at a Glance............................................................... 5 Head Coach Jackie Trainer............................................................................ 6 Assistant Coach Steve Shipe......................................................................... 7 Assistant Coach Jess Graybeal...................................................................... 7 2014 Schedule............................................................................................. 9 2014 Numerical Roster............................................................................... 11 2014 Wildcats.......................................................................................12-25 2013 Individual Statistics........................................................................... 26 2013 Results.............................................................................................. 27 2013 CACC Standings................................................................................. 28 2013 CACC Tournament.............................................................................. 29 Career Award Winners................................................................................ 31 Record Book..........................................................................................32-43 Location Map............................................................................................. 44 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference........................................................ 45

Quick Facts University

Location..........................................................................New Castle, Del. Founded...........................................................................................1968 Enrollment......................................................................................3,300 Nickname....................................................................................Wildcats Colors................................................................................ Green & White Affiliation........................................................................NCAA Division II Conference.........................Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC)

Coaches

Head Coach.........................................................Jackie Trainer (3rd Year) Record at Wilmington.................................................. 13-21 (9-13 CACC) Career Record.................................................................................. Same Office Phone.................................................................... (302) 356-2024 Assistant Coach......................................................................Steve Shipe Assistant Coach...................................................................Jess Graybeal Trainer.............................................................................Amanda Pupillo

Team Information

Home Field............................................................Wilmington Athletic Complex 2013 Record.............................................................. 4-13 (3-7 CACC, 4th South) Letterwinners Returning/Lost......................................................................10/6 Starters Returning/Lost..................................................................................7/5 Newcomers....................................................................................................... 6

Publication Information The 2013 Wilmington University Women’s Lacrosse Media Guide is published by the Wilmington Athletics Department, Linda Andrzjewski, Director. Writing, layout, and design by the University Relations Department and the Coordinator of Sports Information.

Sports Information

Women’s Lacrosse Contact....................................................Dan Lauletta Email...........................................................daniel.j.lauletta@wilmu.edu Phone.............................................................................. (302) 356-2020 Cell.................................................................................. (610) 613-8262 Website.......................................................... www.wilmu.edu/athletics

Editor: Dan Lauletta Layout & Design: Dan Lauletta Cover Design: University Relations Editorial Assistance: Dan Lauletta Photography: Dan Lauletta, Tim Shaffer, Paul Patton, Susan Gregg, Mark Tetreault Sports Information Department WU Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway Newark, DE 19702 Office Phone: (302) 356-2020 FAX: (302) 328-7376 Soccer Office: (302) 356-6751

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Interview Availability Media interview requests for Wilmington head coach Jackie Trainer his coaching staff, and WU women’s lacriosse players would be directed to Dan Lauletta in the Wilmington University Athletics Complex. Coaches and players are available for interviews during the week around the squad’s practice schedule and after competition.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Linda Van Drie Andrzjewski Director of Athletics | Sixth Year

As the Director of Athletics at Wilmington University, I would like to welcome you to the 2013-14 academic year. This is an exciting time for the Wildcats, as it is the second full season after we officially opened our facility on Route 40. The new athletics complex will be home to six of our athletic teams, the administrative offices and another state of the art athletic training facility. The facility features a beautiful turf field and outdoor seating for 300, a spacious gymnasium with seating for 400 and additional locker room space. This new facility will enhance the growth of our program and be a sense of pride for all Wildcats. Our athletic teams continue to grow and do well. For the fourth year in a row, the men’s program has won the coveted Restaino Cup in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. This is no doubt a reflection of our excellent coaching staff. This year we plan to build on this success and continue to compete for conference and post-season titles in all of our sports programs. The success of our program is contingent upon the support of the administration the quality of the student-athletes we have in each sport. At Wilmington University we are proud of our strong staff and wonderful student-athletes. This is an exciting era for Wilmington University and the athletic program as members of NCAA Division II. I am very fortunate to be working with an athletic department that has such a fine history and a real vision of what it takes to compete at the Division II level. I am also honored to be associated with a very caring, dedicated and talented athletics staff and coaches and especially our wonderful and diligent studentathletes who work so hard to carry on the tradition of excellence at Wilmington University. I hope that you will take the time to support all of the Wildcats’ teams. Their hard work and contributions to Wilmington University, on and off the competitive field, are to be recognized and commended. It is a great time to be a Wildcat! Yours in Sport,

Linda M. Van Drie Andrzjewski

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WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY AT A GLANCE Wilmington University is a private, non-profit university that offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a wide range of career areas. The University began with a charter class of 194 students in 1968 and now enrolls a diverse student body numbering more than 15,000 annually. Founded as Wilmington College, on September 10, 2007 the institution officially became Wilmington University after the approval of the Board of Trustees and the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The name was changed to better reflect the emphasis on bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degree programs that distinguish Wilmington University from other colleges as well as to effectively communicate the full commitment and mission of the University. The program of day, evening, and weekend classes serves traditional high school graduates as well as non-traditional adult students in need of flexible scheduling. Classes are primarily offered in 15-week, 7-week, and weekend modular formats. In addition to these face-to-face learning options, Wilmington University offers a wide array of online learning options, including fully-online degree programs and hybrid courses and programs (combining face-to-face and online learning). Wilmington University’s main campus is located near the cities of Wilmington and historic New Castle, Delaware. The campus is easily accessible by air, rail, and bus. Our central location in the northeast/mid-Atlantic corridor of the United States provides students convenient access to the major cities of Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, and Washington D.C. Recreational areas such as beaches and ski resorts are within easy driving distance. Additional University locations in Delaware include the Wilson Graduate Center, Middletown, Dover, Dover Air Force Base, Georgetown, Rehoboth Beach, and North Wilmington. In New Jersey, Wilmington University offers programs on Burlington County College and Cumberland County College campuses and the Joint Base Education Center for McGuire AFB/Fort Dix/Lakehurst Naval Air Station, in addition to a selection of courses offered at Salem Community College. In Maryland, select Wilmington University teacher-education degree programs are available at Cecil College’s Elkton location. Wilmington University generally serves commuter students and does not provide student housing facilities. However, the University welcomes all qualified students and assists those needing living accommodations by providing a listing of nearby rental opportunities.

Brian August Associate Athletics Director

Erin Harvey Assistant AD/Compliance/SWA

Dan Lauletta Sports Information Director

Christopher Stella Head Athletic Trainer

Lindsey Good Assistant Athletic Trainer

Amanda Pupillo Assistant Athletic Trainer

Dr. Clint Robertson Faculty Athletics Rep.

Rich Groff Grounds & Facilities Manager

Harry Jennings Athletics Associate

Nick Papanicolas Athletics Associate

Derek Buckley Athletics Associate

Patty Greene Assistant to Athletics Director

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COACHING STAFF Jackie Trainer

Head Coach | Third Season After a successful first season in which she saw her team reach the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Semifinals in her first season, Jackie Trainer enters her third season at the helm of the Wildcats in 2014. Trainer has been a part of the coaching staff at Wilmington for the past four seasons, but was named the team’s new head coach on August 16, 2011. In her first season in 2012, Trainer led the team to a 9-8 overall record, including a 6-6 performance in the CACC and a fourth seed in the CACC Tournament. She was named CACC Coach of the Year for her efforts. In her first season, Trainer coached seven players to be named All-CACC, including three players on the first team, two on the second team and two to honorable mention. Trainer graduated from Council Rock High School, where she was a two-sport standout in lacrosse and field hockey. A 2009 graduate of Monmouth University, Coach Trainer was a four year member of the Hawks lacrosse team. In her four seasons, Trainer helped lead the squad to three regular season Northeast Conference titles (2005, 2006, 2008), along with one Northeast Conference Tournament Championships (2007). She also helped guide the Hawks to the first round of the NCAA National Tournament in 2007. Prior to coming to Wilmington, she spent one season as a volunteer assistant coach at Monmouth, and also coached at St. James Elementary in Red Bank, NJ. Trainer has also spent time working at the T3 Summer Clinic and the Nike Lacrosse Camp. She is still an active player in this past summer was invited to play for USAAI in the Down Under Cup in Melbourne, Australia. Trainer was awarded team MVP in a game against the U-19 Australian National Team. She also traveled with the USAAI club program in 2008 and competed in the Berlin Open and Prague Cup. Coach Trainer earned dual bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and History from Monmouth, and currently resides in Philadelphia. She is the girls’ director for the Rippin’ Rope Lacrosse Club, and coaches the U-15 girls team.

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COACHING STAFF Steve Shipe

Assistant Coach | Fourth Season JSteve Shipe begins his fourth year with the Wilmington University women’s lacrosse program. As the team’s assistant coach he will work primarily with the goalkeepers. Shipe played at Hodgson Vo-Tech high school, where he was a captain and earned All-Blue Hen Conference honors three straight seasons. His senior year he was named All-State. Shipe holds state records for saves in a season, saves in a game (52), and career saves. After high school, he went on to play club lacrosse at the University of Delaware. Presently, he is also the head boy’s lacrosse coach at Hodgson. Shipe is also the owner and operator of Flow Lacrosse, a local business which organizes lacrosse leagues for both children and adults. Brown has been a member of the NSCAA for 33 years and holds a New Jersey Soccer Association License.

Jess Graybeal

Assistant Coach | Second Season Jess Graybeal joined the Wilmington University women’s lacrosse staff in 2013 after completing a four year career as a Wildcat, including playing under head coach Jackie Trainer in 2012. She heads into her second season as a Wildcat’s assistant coach. Graybeal is a 2012 graduate of Wilmington University with a degree in sports management and was a four year member of the Wildcat’s lacrosse team. During her time as a Wildcat, Graybeal was a two time first team All-CACC student-athlete, as well as earning second team and honorable mention All-CACC earlier in her career. While a member of the women’s lacrosse team at Wilmington, Graybeal started in all but one game in her four year career. Graybeal led the team defensively in her junior and senior years after playing offense as a freshman and sophomore. She was selected team MVP, team captain and received the coveted Wildcat award. She began playing lacrosse at the age of five in her home town of Havre de Grace, Md. in the local parks & recreation program. Graybeal also played club lacrosse for NEMS, and was a four year member of the varsity lacrosse team at Havre de Grace High School. Graybeal is a current US Lacrosse official and helps out with the parks and recreation teams. She is the daughter of Donald and Sandra Graybeal and currently resides in Havre de Grace, Md..

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SCHEDULE 8

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2014 SCHEDULE Dowling Saturday, March 1 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Terry Prouty WU vs. SNHU: 0-0 2012 Record: 13-5-4 Last Meeting: First Nyack Tuesday, March 4 | Nyack, N.Y,.. Head Coach: Jeff Bailey WU vs. FPU: 0-0 2012 Record: 9-7-2 Last Meeting: First District of Columbia Thursday, March 6 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: James Moore WU vs. GCU: 6-4 2012 Record: 10-8 Last Meeting: W 6-0(2012) Delaware State Saturday, March 8 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Thomas Notte WU vs. FC: 8-3 2012 Record: 7-9-1 Last Meeting: W 2-0(2012) St.Thomas Aquinas Wednesday, March 12 | Sparkill, N.Y Head Coach: Magnus Nilerud WU vs. UB: 0-3 2012 Record: 11-6-2 Last Meeting: L 2-3 (2012) Molloy Friday, March 14 | Newark, Del.. Head Coach: Kelci Hegg WU vs.. CC: 6-0 2012 Record: 0-15 Last Meeting: W 6-0 (2012) Holy Family Tuesday, March 18 | Philadelphia, PA Head Coach: John Cappiello WU vs. GBC: 7-2 2012 Record: 3-13 Last Meeting: W 4-0(2012 ) Chestnut Hill Saturday, March 22 | Newark, Del.. Head Coach: Nate Guagliardi WU vs. CC: 5-3-2 2012 Record: 14 - 5 Last Meeting: W 2-1(2012)

Caldwell Saturday, March 29 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Matt Micros WU vs. PU: 7-2 2012 Record: 4-12 Last Meeting: W 2-1 (2012) Dominican Wednesday, April 2 | Newark, Del.. Head Coach: Amanda Scully WU vs. BC: 9-0 2012 Record: 4-11 Last Meeting: W 6-0 (2012) Post Saturday, April 5 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Sandy Dickson WU vs. CHC: 4-2 2012 Record: 8 - 11 Last Meeting: W 6-2(2012) Philadelphia Tuesday, April 8 | Philadelphia, PA Head Coach: Lona Ozrek WU vs. DC: 5-3-4 2012 Record: 6-8-1 Last Meeting: W 2-1 (2012) Holy Family Thursday, April 10 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Mark Dawson WU vs. LIUP: 0-3 2012 Record: 15-3-2 Last Meeting: L 1-2 (2012) Chestnut Hill Thursday, April 17 | Philadelphia, PA Head Coach: Kerri McCabe WU vs. DC: 1-4 2012 Record: 14-4-3 Last Meeting: L 0-2(2012) West Virginia Wesleyan Saturday, April 19 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Samuel Oduro WU vs. NC: 7-1-1 2012 Record: 8-9-3 Last Meeting: T 2-2 (2012) Philadelphia Tuesday, April 22 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: George Dunbar WU vs. PU: 2-7-1 2012 Record: 13-8 Last Meeting: W 1-0 (2012)

Georgian Court Thursday, March 27 | Lakewood, N.J Head Coach: Jill Kehan WU vs. HFU: 2-11 2012 Record: 8-11 Last Meeting: W 4-1 (2012)

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2014 NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name

Yr.

Pos. Ht.

Hometown/High School (Previous)

Major

1 2 5 7 9 10 12 13 15 18 19 20 21 22 25 88

Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Gr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Gr. Sr. Sr.

M A D A M M M A M D D A A D M GK

St. Leonard, Md./Calvert Baltimore, Md./Eastern Tech Elkton, Md./Elkton North East, Md./North East (HCC) Wilmington, Del./Concord Fallston, Md./Fallston (Harford CC) Aberdeen, Md./Aberdeen Newark, Del./Newark Darlington, Md./ Havre De Grace Middletown, Del./Middletown (CNU) Towson, Md./Mercy Newark, Del./Glasgow Forest Hill, Md./ Harford Tech Kingsville, Md./Perry Hall Baltimore, Md./Eastern Tech Bear, Del./Smyrna

Film Editing & Digital Production Elementary Education Criminal Justice Business General Studies MBA Health Care Admin. Marketing Finance Sports Management Middle Level Education Psychology Behavioral Science Behavioral Sciences M.S Homeland Security General Studies Early Childhood Education

Rebekah McCurry Ashley Kroll Chelsie Maher Katie Spence Megan Keffer Penelope Fantis Morgan Tildon Shawna Chopko Madeline Hewitt Ali Kern Sarah Lindler Alexis Olsen Gabby Spalt Rachel Burley Brittany Rhodes Corinne Dries

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

Head Coach: Jackie Trainer, third season (Monmouth ’09) Assistant Coach: Steve Shipe Assistant Coach: Jess Graybeal Athletic Trainer: Amanda Pupillo

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22 | Rachel Burley Senior | Defender | 5-5 Kingsville, Md. / Perry Hall

Junior Season (2013): Started all 17 games as a Defender for the Wildcats – set a new career high of 7 draw controls. Earned most shots for the season in a game, totaling 3 against Delaware State Sophomore Season (2012): Started all but one game as a Defender – fourth highest on the team for ground balls Freshman Season (2011): Appeared in two games while earning two ground balls againt Mercy College and Post University High School: Earned eight varsity letters while at Perry Hall High School in both soccer and softball – named All-County third basemen in 2008 and 2009 under head coach Brian Radcliffe – earned All-Academic status all four years in high school – was a member of the National Honor Society from 2008-10 and the Spanish Honor Society from 2007-10 – earned Honor Roll all four years Personal: Rachel E. Burley – daughter of William and Valerie Burley – has an older sister, Jenna – Gary Dudek (uncle) was a goalie on the men’s lacrosse team at Philadelphia University – majoring in computer and network security at Wilmington University with aspirations of working in computer forensics. Her favorite athletes are Ray Lewis and Ray Rice-and favorite cartoon character is SpongeBob- her favorite pro sports teams are the Philadelphia Flyers and the Baltimore Ravens- if she could be the head coach of one team for a year it would be the Philadelphia Flyers

Year 2011 2012 2013 Total

12

GP 3 16 17 36

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

Shots -

GB 2 28 23 53

DC 0 3 7 10

CT 0 8 6 14

FPG-S -

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88 | Corinne Dries Senior | Goalkeeper | 5-7 Bear, Del./ Smyrna

Junior Season (2013): Earned first goal of her career against NYACK College – played in 11 games for the season Sophomore Season (2012): Made 14 saves for the season, split between Bridgeport University, and Post University – had an injury the second half of the season. Freshman Season (2011): Played all 17 games – started 16 – made 154 saves for the season – season high of 14 saves against Shepherd University, St.Thomas Aquinas, and Philadelphia University High School: Three year letterwinner in field hockey at Snyrna High School as the goalkeeper – also played club lacrosse for Del Lax as the team’s goalkeeper – named conference honorable mention in field hockey – State President for Family Career & Community Leaders of America club at Smyrna – honor roll student Personal: Corinne Louise Dries – daughter of John and Geralyn Dries – has two older brothers, Joshua and Seth – majoring in early childhood education at Wilmington University with aspirations of opening own child care center. Favorite movie of all time is Cars – her favorite Professional Sports team is the Phillies, and Flyers – her perfect meal would be Mac & Cheese

Goalie 2011 2012 2013 Total

GP 17 22-18 0 19

Minutes 1015:30 12 0 1075:30

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GA 247 7 0 254

14.59 31 0

Saves 154 45 0 168

Save% .384 .267 0 .398

W 3 29 0 4

L 13 .644 0 13

T 0 5 0 0

Sho 0 0-0 0 0

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10 | Penelope Fantis Senior | Midfielder | 5-3 Fallston, Md. / Fallston (Harford CC)

Junior Season (2013) – Played in 15 games – scored 5 goals for the season – scoring against NYACK, Chestnut Hill, Post University and Delaware State. At Harford CC: Played soccer – Helped the Fighting Owls to a 34-4-2 overall record in two seasons at Harford Community College – as a freshman, she led her team to a conference, Region XX and District H Championship, en route to a fifth place finish at the NJCAA Division I National Tournament – also won the conference championship in 2010, but fell in a shoot in the Region XX Championship match. High School: Four year soccer letterwinner at Fallston High School under coaches Allison Cammann and Mark Hannahs – helped team to four straight UCBAA Conference Championships – team won the regional championship as a sophomore, junior and senior – helped the team win the division championship and advance to the Maryland State Tournament, finishing the season as State Finalist as a senior in 2008 – named First Team All-County as a freshman and First Team All-District as a sophomore, junior and senior – distinguished honor roll all four years – Minds in Motion Scholar – member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society – member of the Varsity Club and the Best Buddies Program Personal: Penelope Stergos Fantis – daughter of Stergos and Kalliopi Fantis – has an older sister, Flora – father, Stergos, played professional soccer in Greece – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University with aspirations of coaching and working in sports. Her most memorable moment in sports was winning the CACC Championship for 2012 Wilmington University Soccer team – her hero is her Father – her favorite Pro Sports team is Real Madrid, and Olympiakos.

Year 2013 Total

14

GP 15 15

G 5 5

A 1 1

Pts 6 6

Shots 11 11

GB 12 12

DC 2 2

CT 1 1

FPG-S -

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18 | Ali Kern

Senior | Defender | 5-6 Middletown, Del. / Middletown (Christopher Newport) Junior Season (2013): Played in all 17 games as a Defender – earned First Team Defender All-CACC - second on the team with 29 ground balls – scored against Dominican N.Y, and Delaware State with a goal in each game Sophomore(2012): Played In 17 games – All-CACC Honorable mention - totalled 31 ground balls for the season At Christopher Newport: Started and played in all but one game as a freshman defender in 2011 – all four of her shots reached the cage – helped the Captains to a 13-6 overall record and a perfect 7-0 USA South Conference record, a USA South Tournament Championship and a berth into the NCAA Division III Tournament High School: Two sport athlete at Middletown High School, earning four letters in each lacrosse and field hockey – helped lead the lacrosse team to the Delaware State Tournament as a senior defender in 2010 – two time First Team All-Blue Hen Conference performer (2009-10) in lacrosse, as well as being named Second Team in 2008 – named Second Team All-State as a senior in 2010 and Honorable Mention as a junior – earned the Scholar Athlete Award in 2010 – also an All-Blue Hen Conference performer in field hockey, earning Second Team honors as a junior in 2008 and First Team in 2009 – National Honor Society member – honor roll student all four years – Academic All-Star in both field hockey and lacrosse all four year. Personal: Alison (Ali) E. Kern – daughter of Walter and Pamela Kern – has two siblings, Thomas and Ryan – cousin, Adam Cunnins, played lacrosse at Towson University (200205) – majoring in middle level education with a concentration in math and science with aspirations of becoming a middle school teacher and coach. The most played song on her iPod is Pursuit of Happiness – Kid Cudi – her perfect meal would be Chicken Parmesan –if she could be anything besides an athlete she would be a rich housewife

Women’s Lacrosse 2014

Year

GP

G

A

Pts

Shots

GB

DC

CT

FPG-S

2012 2013 2012 Total

17 17 14-13 34

0 2 0 2

1 1 0 2

1 3 0 4

1 5 1 6

31 29 .000 60

3 3 0 6

19 13 .000 32

1-1 0 1-1

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19 | Sarah Lindler Senior | Defender | 5-4 Towson, Md. / Mercy

Junior Season (2013): Started and played all 17 games as one of the teams main defenders– scored her first career goal against Delaware State – earned a high of 20 ground balls Sophomore Season (2012): Played in seven games - earning 6 ground balls for the season Freshman Season (2011): Played in one game in her freshman season as a Defender - came on against Queens N.Y High School: Four year soccer letterwinner at Mercy High School under head coach Albert Oni – named the Baltimore City Player of the Year in 2008 – named to all-conference honors in three different seasons – earned the team MVP award – earned academic Honor Roll Personal: Sarah Nerissa Lindler – daughter of Bob and Maureen Lindler – has an older brother, Jay – majoring in psychology at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a therapist for veterans. Her mom is her hero - would be a Comedian if she wasn’t an athlete– her favorite cartoon character is everyone from Monsters Inc, but in particular Mike Wazowski.

Year

GP

G

Pts

Shots

GB

DC

CT

2011 2012 2013 Total

1 7 17 25

0 0 1 1

0 0 1 1

3 3

0 6 20 26

0 0 5 5

0 4 8 12

16

FPGS -

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5 | Chelsea Maher Senior | Defender | 5-8 Elkton, Md. / Eastern Tech

Junior Season (2013) – Played in 16 games – started 11 – earned three goals for the season against Millersville, Chestnut Hill and Delaware State – recorded 10 ground balls Sophomore Season (2012) – Played in two games against Post University, and Philadelphia University Freshman Season (2011) – Played in 10 games – totaled four goals for the season High School: Three sport athlete at Elkton High School, earning four varsity letters in lacrosse as a midfielder – named All-Country in 2009-10 as well as Honorable Mention All-County in 2008-09 – also played three seasons on the Elkton soccer team as well as two seasons on the Elkton basketball team Personal: Chelsie H. Maher – daughter of Tim Maher and Beth Roush – is the middle of three Maher children, Reilly and Paige – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington University. Her ultimate achievement would be to win a championship – favorite movie is Die Hard – her biggest role models are her parents

Year 2011 2012 2013 Total

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GP 10 2 16 28

G 4 0 3 7

A 1 0 2 3

Pts 5 0 5 10

Shots 10 7 17

GB 3 1 10 14

DC 1 2 4 7

CT 2 1 2 5

FPG-S 1-1 1-1

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25 | Brittany Rhodes Senior | Midfielder | 5-5 Baltimore, Md. / Eastern Tech

Junior Season (2013) – Started all 17 games – with a career high of 11 goals and high of 25 draw controls – most goals scored against Chestnut Hill College (three) Sophomore Season (2012) – All-CACC Honorable mention – played in all 17 games – recorded four goals throughout the season – career high of 36 ground balls Freshman Season (2011) – Started 11 out of 15 games played for the Wildcats – recorded one goal for the season – totaled 18 ground balls High School: Four year letterwinner in soccer at Eastern Tech High School under coaches Kim Williams and Joe Bangart – helped the team to four straight county championships, including back-to-back regional championships as a junior and senior – helped lead the team to the 2A Maryland State Tournament, finishing second as a senior in 2008 – named to the First Team All-County and All-District teams – earned the Unsung Hero award and played in the county all-star game Personal: Brittany Rhodes – daughter of Donald and Deanna Rhodes – has two older brothers, Zach and Pat – majoring in behavioral sciences at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a physical therapist or psychotherapist. Her favorite sports team is the Women’s National Soccer team – most played song is Jump by Rihanna – she draws inspiration from her team and family \

Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total

18

GP 2 15 17 17 51

G 0 1 4 11 16

A 0 0 2 1 3

Pts 0 1 6 12 19

Shots 4 6 28 38

GB 1 18 36 22 77

DC 0 0 11 25 36

CT 1 15 18 11 45

FPG-S 1-3 2-5 3-8

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9 | Megan Keffer Junior | Midfield | 5-3 Wilmington, Del. / Concord

Sophomore (2013): Played in all 17 games – Second Team midfield All-CACC - third on the team with 25 goals for the season – second on the team with seven assists – gained most shots in the team with 65 total – six goals against Post University was her highest goals in a game. Freshman (2012): Played in all 17 games – started 6 – ranked second on the team with 24 goals – highest goals in a game for the season against Dominican N.Y with five – 29 draw controls earned her second on the team for the season. High School: Three sport athlete at Concord High School, playing volleyball and lacrosse while running indoor track during the winter – earned three varsity letters in lacrosse – named First Team All-Blue Hen Conference in lacrosse in 2010 – earned conference All-Academic during the spring season in 2009 and 2010 – played four season as a setter on the volleyball team – ran two seasons on the indoor track team, running the 400 meter event – honor roll student – earned distinguished honors in 2009 Personal: Megan M. Keffer – daughter of Mark and Tracey Keffer – is the middle of five Keffer children; Kristen, Mark, Ryan, and Liam – majoring in general studies at Wilmington University with aspirations of working with animals and becoming a veterinarian. If she could be anything besides an athlete, she would be a Dolphin trainer – favorite movie is the Twilight Series – and her biggest pet peeve is bad drivers.

Year 2012 2013 Total

Women’s Lacrosse 2014

GP 17 17 34

G 24 25 49

A 3 7 10

Pts 27 32 59

Shots 55 65 120

GB 24 30 54

DC 29 65 94

CT 15 11 26

FPG-S 5-9 9-22 14-31

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2 | Ashley Kroll

Senior | Midfielder | 5-5 Baltimore, Md. / Eastern Tech Sophomore Season (2013): Played and started in 8 games for the season – injured halfway throughout –recorded six goals – with two against Queens N.C Freshman Season (2012): Started 12 games for the season – recording 21 goals – second highest on the team with eight assists – scored a high of four goals a game against Philadelphia University and Post University. High School: Lettered in both soccer and lacrosse at Eastern Tech High School under Kim Williams and Joe Bangart Personal: Ashley Lynn Kroll – daughter of Jeff and Janet Kroll – has a younger brother, Austin – majoring in elementary education at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a teacher. Her favorite cartoon character is Tommy Pickles – if she could change one rule for Lacrosse it would be that everyone could use their hands – most played song on her iPod is Wake Me Up by Avicii.

Year 2012 2013 Total

20

GP 17 8 25

G 21 6 27

A 8 0 8

Pts 29 6 35

Shots 57 20 77

GB 9 6 15

DC 12 10 22

CT 11 2 13

FPG-S 5-17 1-4 6-21

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1 | Rebecca McCurry Junior | Midfield | 5-6 St.Leonard, Md. / Calvert

Sophomore Season (2013): Started and played 17 games for the Wildcats – career high of 30 goals which was joint top for the season - recorded 23 balls and 29 draw controls Freshman Season (2012): Scored 15 goals for the season from 13 games High School: Four year letterwinner at Calvert High School as a midfielder and at attack for head coach Joyce Haines – named First Team All-SMAC as a senior – scored the school’s second most goals in a career – tied for first in school history in points – named Second Team All-SMAC as a junior – also a member of the team’s swimming team as a junior and a senior Personal: Rebekah Aaron McCurry – daughter of David and Maureen McCurry – is the middle of seven McCurry children, Meagan, William, Jacob, Grayson, Madison and Emmalee – film editing and digital production major at Wilmington University with aspirations of working with films or commercials. She listens to country music – favorite sports team is the Redskins – would be a film editor if she was not an athlete

Year 2012 2013 Total

Women’s Lacrosse 2014

GP 13 17 30

G 15 30 45

A 2 4 6

Pts 17 34 51

Shots 33 58 91

GB 16 23 39

DC 5 29 34

CT 9 17 26

FPG-S 1-5 7-18 8-23

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15 | Madeline Hewitt

Junior | Midfielder | 5-5 Darlington, Md./ Havre De Grace (HCC) Harford CC: In 2013 she recorded 31 points, earning 4th in team statistics – scored 22 goals for the season. Earned All MDJUCO Second team her Freshman year, and All MDJUCO First team her Sophomore season, as well as Region 20 Tournament First team. Played Volleyball both years. High School: Played four years of Lacrosse at Havre de Grace as a Midfielder –. Awarded MVP her Junior and Senior year - as well as Athlete of the Season – in her Sophomore year earned All UCBAC Second Team – earned All UCBAC first team for her Junior and Senior years. Honor Roll student. Personal: Madeline Hewitt – daughter of Troy and Nancy Hewitt – has an older brother Albert – majoring in Sports Management at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming an Athletic Director. If she could date a celebrity it would be Mac Miller – other activities she likes include jet skiing, and trapshooting – her favorite athlete is Ray Lewis.

7 | Katie Spence

Junior | Attack | 5-8 North East, Md. / North East (HCC) Harford CC: Played lacrosse both years at Attack. Earned Second team All-Region in her freshman and sophomore seasons. High School: Played lacrosse at Attack. Earned All-County her senior year – gained most assists in a single season in 2011 Personal: Katie M. Spence – daughter of John and Elizabeth Spence – has two sisters Nicole, and Keri – majoring in Business Studies at Wilmington University. Her favorite movie of all time is Parent Trap – if she could date a celebrity it would be Luke Bryan – favorite sports team is the Eagles.

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13 | Shawna Chopko

Freshman | Midfielder/Defender | 5-2 Newark, Del. / Newark (Temple) At Temple: Played a season of field hockey at Temple in the fall of 2013, helping the Owls to a 14-6 overall record – the Owls reached the BIG EAST Tournament Semifinal , falling to eventual NCAA Division I Field Hockey National Champion UConn – team went 14-6 overall. High School: Three year letterwinner in lacrosse at Newark High School for head coach Jaime Moore – earned Second Team All-Conference honors as a senior and was a two-time All-Conference honoree in lacrosse – also a four-year starter and two-time team captain on the Newark field hockey team for head coach Erin Manhugh – three-time All-Conference selection in field hockey – also a three-year letterwinner in track and field at Newark – was on the fourth place 4x200 relay team at the Delaware State Championship in 2012 – earned Women’s Athlete of Promise Award for the Delaware Women’s Alliance for Sports and Fitness in 2011 – academic all-conference and honor roll student all four years at Newark. Personal: Shawna Clare Chopko – daughter of Tim and Cecilia Chopko – has a younger brother, Shane – had an uncle who wrestled at Delaware State – had an aunt who played volleyball at Drexel – majoring in finance at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a personal finance advisor – if she could be anything being a college or professional athlete, she would be a professional baker – if she could be someone else for a day, she would be Beyonce – her perfect mean would be crab cakes with corn and a salad.

20 | Alexis Olsen Freshman | Attack | 5-7 Newark, Del. / Glasgow

High School: Played lacrosse, field hockey, and swimming at Glasgow High School. She was a letter winner in all three sports, and earned honorable mention for lacrosse in her Senior Year. Personal: Alexis Olsen – daughter of James Watson and Marianne Olsen – has an older brother, and two younger siblings. She is majoring in Behavioral Science at Wilmington University with aspirations to be a High School Guidance Counselor or Social Worker. Her favorite movie is The Breakfast Club – her favorite athlete is Mario Balotelli – and her most memorable sports moment was in High School where she scored nine consecutive goals.

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21 | Gabby Spalt

Freshman | Attack | 5-4 Forest Hill, Md. / Harford Tech High School: Played lacrosse at Harford Tech - Earned Honor Roll all four years, and captained the lacrosse team in her senior year - also played soccer and basketball Personal: Gabby R. Spalt – daughter of Robert and Kimberly Spalt – has 2 older siblings, Christopher and Sarah. She is majoring in Behavioral Sciences at Wilmington University. If she could change one rule about lacrosse it would be hitting – her favorite athlete is Michael Jordan because of his quote “I’ve failed over, and over and that’s why I succeed” – if she could be anyone else for a day it would be Taylor Swift.

12 | Morgan Tildon Freshman | Midfielder | 5-4 Aberdeen, Md. / Aberdeen

At Burlington CC: Started 13 of 15 games as a sophomore in 2012 – helped lead the team to a Region 19 Championship and a 13-3 overall record in 2012 – recorded a pair of assists as a defender, coming in back-to-back games in the beginning of the season – appeared in 16 games as a freshman in 2011 – recorded an assist in her first season – helped lead team to a Region 19 Championship and a 12-2-2 overall record in 2011. High School: four year letter-winner in track and basketball and three year letter-winner in soccer- was named the MVP of her team senior year at Manchester Township High School - she was also on the Honor roll Personal: Kendal B. Parliament- daughter of Ken and Michele Parliament-with two other siblings, Cara and Jenna- Majoring in Media communications with aspirations to become a broadcaster- from Whiting, N.J.-when she is not playing soccer she enjoys shopping and going to the beach- if she could date one celebrity it would be Brad Pitt- her favorite movie is The Notebook- if she could change one rule about soccer it would be fouls

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2014 WOMENS LACROSSE TEAM

Front Row (L to R): Rachel Burley, Gabby Spalt, Sarah Lindler, Rebekah McCurry, Megan Keffer, SHawna Chopko, Penelope Fantis Back Row (L to R): Head Coach Jackie Trainter, Maddie Hewitt, Ashley Kroll, Brittany Rhodes, Chelsie Maher, Corinne Dries, Katie Spence, Ali Kern, Alexis Olsen, Morgan Tildon, Assistant Coach Steve Shipe

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2013 INDIVIDUAL STATS 2013 Wilmington University Lacrosse Wilmington Univ. Overall Individual Statistics All games (FINAL) Overall: 4-13 Conf: 3-7 Home: 2-4 Away: 2-7 Neut: 0-2 ##

Player

##

Goalie

14 1 9 13 10 25 17 2 6 5 8 18 19 28 12 22

Jaclyn Hall Rebekah McCurry Megan Keffer Liz Case Molly Taylor Brittany Rhodes Jessica Stratton Ashley Kroll Penelope Fantis Chelsie Maher Allison Sain Alison Kern Sarah Lindler Corinne Dries Kaitlyn Hall Rachel Burley Total Opponents

12 Kaitlyn Hall Total Opponents

gp-gs

17-16 17-16 17-16 15-14 17-16 17-16 17-16 8-7 15-0 16-11 12-0 17-16 17-16 11-0 17-17 17-16 17 17 gp-gs

17-15 17 17

Goals by Period Wilmington Univ. Opponents

86 82 131 105

Shots by Period Wilmington Univ. Opponents

191 203 270 210

Shots on Goal Wilmington Univ. Opponents

146 149 205 173

g

30 30 25 25 15 11 11 6 5 3 3 2 1 1 0 0 168 236

a

pts

sh

sh%

sog

sog% fpg-fps

4 34 55 4 34 58 7 32 65 31 56 55 3 18 34 1 12 28 3 14 34 0 6 20 1 6 11 2 5 7 1 4 12 1 3 5 0 1 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 58 226 394 73 309 480

.545 44 .800 3-7 .517 47 .810 7-18 .385 47 .723 9-22 .455 39 .709 2-5 .441 29 .853 2-3 .393 20 .714 2-5 .324 22 .647 0-6 .300 15 .750 1-4 .455 8 .727 .429 6 .857 1-1 .250 9 .750 0-2 .400 3 .600 1-1 .333 1 .333 .500 2 1.000 0-1 .000 0 .000 .000 3 .600 .426 295 .749 28-75 .492 378 .788 33-79

min

gaavg

1020:00 1020:00 1020:00

ga

236 236 168

13.88 13.88 9.88

saves

142 142 127

pct

.376 .376 .431

gb

dc

t/o

ct

foul

17 24 21 9 26 23 29 32 17 31 30 65 19 11 14 10 3 37 4 13 10 2 23 7 16 22 25 30 11 18 18 26 22 5 11 6 10 13 2 6 12 2 9 1 6 10 4 15 2 19 1 0 9 0 2 29 3 12 13 26 20 5 6 8 15 7 1 5 4 5 26 0 6 6 2 23 7 18 6 31 264 206 277 106 306 296 219 268 117 309 w

l

4 4 13

1st 2nd

Total 168 236

Saves by Period Wilmington Univ. Opponents

1st 2nd

Total 394 480

1st 2nd

Total 295 378

Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

13 13 4

1st 2nd

74 60

68 67

t

shots faced

0 0 0

473 473 367

Total 142 127 WU-WLAX 460 6/77 2/40

Opponent 612 9/68

CLEARS: Wilmington Univ. -- 115-148 .777, Opponents -- 136-181 .751.

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2013 RESULTS 2013 Wilmington University Lacrosse Wilmington Univ. Game Results All games (FINAL) Date

Feb 23 Mar 01

Mar 02

Mar 05

Mar 16 * * * * * * * * * *

Mar 17

Mar 20 Mar 23 Mar 26 Apr 03 Apr 06

Apr 09 04/11/13 Apr 13 Apr 17 Apr 20 Apr 23

Opponent

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS

at Dowling College

at Mercy

at Millersville

vs Queens (N.C.) vs #7 Pfeiffer

HOLY FAMILY GCU2013 at Chestnut Hill Coll.

PHILADELPHIA UNIV. NYACK COLLEGE

CHESTNUT HILL COLL. at Holy Family

at Dominican College NY at Philadelphia Univ. at Post Eagles at Delaware State

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

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W-L-T 4-13 3-7 2-4 2-7 0-2 0-0

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

Score

Overall

3-23

0-2-0

5-18 4-21

6-12 7-12 9-17 8-14 7-14 8-18

Site

Att. Goalie

0-0-0

Brookhaven, N.Y.

146 Kaitlyn Hall (0-2)

0-4-0

0-0-0

Millersville, Pa.

0-6-0

0-0-0

Arnold, MD

0-1-0 0-3-0 0-5-0

0-7-0 0-8-0 0-9-0

Conf

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

0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0

Newark, Del.

Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. Severna Park, Md.

Newark, Del. Newark, Del.

LaFayette Hill, Pa.

68 Kaitlyn Hall (0-1)

88 Kaitlyn Hall (1-2)

78 Kaitlyn Hall (0-4)

30 Kaitlyn Hall (0-5)

50 Kaitlyn Hall (0-6)

66 Kaitlyn Hall (0-7) 66 Kaitlyn Hall (0-8)

33 Kaitlyn Hall (0-9)

9-14

0-10-0

0-4-0

New Castle, Del.

95 Kaitlyn Hall (0-10)

19-6 9-17

2-10-0 2-11-0

2-4-0 2-5-0

Newark, Del. Philadelphia, Pa.

88 Kaitlyn Hall (2-10) 35 Kaitlyn Hall (2-11)

7-14 20-10

2-13-0 3-13-0

2-7-0 3-7-0

Philadelphia, Pa. Waterbury, Conn.

56 Kaitlyn Hall (2-13) 73 Kaitlyn Hall (3-12)

21-4

6-14

20-8

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

1-10-0

2-12-0

4-13-0

Dates 17 6 9 2

1-4-0

2-6-0

3-7-0

Total 1152 460 612 80

Newark, Del.

Orangeburg, N.Y.

Dover, Del.

77 Kaitlyn Hall (1-10)

50 Kaitlyn Hall

53 Kaitlyn Hall (4-13)

Average 68 77 68 40

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2013 CACC STANDINGS

2013 CACC Tournament Seeding North Division 1. Georgian Court 2. Dominican South Division 1. Philadelphia 2. Holy Family

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2013 CACC TOURNAMENT CACC Semifinals ~ April 27, 2013 N2 Dominican S1 Philadelphia

12 13

S2 Holy Family N1 Georgian Court

15 14

Final - 3 OT

CACC Championship ~ April 28, 2013 S2 Holy Family S1 Philadelphia

12 10 CACC All-Tournament Team

Liz Mower, Philadelphia - MVP Maria Mattioli, Holy Family Stephanie McNesby, Holy Family Brigit LaRose, Holy Family Brianna Lancetta, Holy Family Paige Settar, Holy Family Melissa Styer, Philadelphia Libby Nichols, Philadelphia Amanda Shelton, Dominican Christina Brennan, Dominican Stephanie Gallo, Georgian Court Olivia Rotunno, Georgian Court

First Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Liz Mower, Philadelphia Stephanie Gallo, Georgian Court Allison Smithwick, Dominican Corinne Coyle, Georgian Court Libby Nichols, Philadelphia Stephanie McNesby, Holy Family Christina Brennan, Dominican Brianne Timony, Chestnut Hill Olivia Rotunno, Georgian Court Melissa Styer, Philadelphia Ali Kern, Wilmington Olivia Antonopoulos, Dominican Grace Deckert, Holy Family Second Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Brianna Lancetta, Holy Family Liz Case, Wilmington Meghan Diggett, Post Mirando Polaski, Post Carli DiCioccio, Philadelphia Jaclyn Hall, Wilmington Megan Keffer, Wilmington Maria Mattioli, Holy Family Christine Page, Philadelphia Cailtin Carrezola, Holy Family Marissa Lawson, Holy Family Jessica Maloney, Holy Family Amanda Cathcart, Georgian Court All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Honorable Mention Brigit LaRose, Holy Family Emily Ray, Philadelphia Elizabeth Marrosu, Philadelphia Lindsay Alexander, Chestnut Hill Kristen Moran, Philadelphia Award Winners 2013 CACC Player of the Year: Corinne Coyle, Georgian Court 2013 CACC Rookie of the Year: Liz Mower, Philadelphia 2013 CACC Coach of the Year: Kerry O’Donnell, Georgian Court 2013 CACC Team Sportsmanship Award: Nyack College

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AWARD WINNERS WILMINGTON ALL-CACC PERFORMERS Kelsey LaPlume...................... 2009............................................First Team Danielle Niccoli...................... 2009............................................First Team Catie Joynes........................... 2009.......................................Second Team Kelly Wojciechowski............... 2009.......................................Second Team Kory Webster.......................... 2009.............................Honorable Mention Klaudia Furman...................... 2010............................................First Team Kory Webster.......................... 2010............................................First Team Danielle Niccoli...................... 2010............................................First Team Amber Smith.......................... 2010.......................................Second Team Jess Graybeal.......................... 2010.......................................Second Team Jess Graybeal.......................... 2011............................................First Team Danielle Niccoli...................... 2011............................................First Team Eliza Burke............................. 2011.......................................Second Team Liz Case.................................. 2011............................................First Team Kaitlyn Hall............................ 2012............................................First Team Jess Graybeal.......................... 2012............................................First Team Liz Case.................................. 2012............................................First Team Jaclyn Hall.............................. 2012.......................................Second Team Rebecca Guethier................... 2012.......................................Second Team Ali Kern.................................. 2012.............................Honorable Mention Ali Kern.................................. 2013............................................First Team Liz Case.................................. 2013.......................................Second Team Jaclyn Hall.............................. 2013.......................................Second Team Megan Keffer......................... 2013.......................................Second Team Rebekah McCurry................... 2014............................................First Team Megan Keffer......................... 2014.......................................Second Team Ali Kern.................................. 2014.......................................Second Team Corinne Dries.......................... 2014.......................................Second Team

WILMINGTON ALL-CACC AWARD WINNERS Danielle Niccoli...................... 2010................................ Player of the Year Jackie Trainer.......................... 2012.................................Coach of the Year

WILMINGTON CACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Danielle Niccoli................................................................................. 2009 Catie Joynes...................................................................................... 2009 Amber Harmon................................................................................. 2010 Liz Case............................................................................................. 2010 Rebekah McCurry.............................................................................. 2012 Jess Stratton...................................................................................... 2012

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Danielle Niccoli vs. AIC, 2009

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RECORD BOOK Wilmington University Women’s Lacrosse Records (through 2013 season) Became NCAA Division II in Spring 2005 CACC Began Women’s Lacrosse in 2009 All-Time Coaching Records Coach Years Record (Pct.) Dave Bugda.......................2005-2008 (4)..............34-19 (.642) Jaime Neave......................2009 (1).......................7-11 (.388) Dave Bugda.......................2010-11 (2)..................14-21 (.400) Jackie Trainer.....................2012-present (2)..........13-21(.382) Totals..........................(9)..........................68-72 (.486) TEAM RECORDS

Most Goals, Game: ......................................................... 23 at Holy Family Univ., 3/24/09 ..........................................................23 at West Va. Wesleyan, 3/2/12 ......................................................22 vs. Dominican College, 3/28/09 ......................................................21 vs. Dominican College, 3/31/07 ................................................................21 vs. Nyack College, 4/6/13 .......................................................21 vs. Howard University, 3/30/09 .......................................................... 20 vs. Holy Family Univ., 4/7/09 ............................................................ 20 vs. Post University, 4/14/12 ............................................................. 20 at Post University, 4/20/13 .............................................................20 at Delaware State, 4/23/13 ............................................................. 20 vs. Lancaster Bible, 3/2/07 ............................................................. 20 at Post University, 3/17/12 ............................................................ 20 vs. Post University, 3/27/10 Least Goals, Game: ........................................................... 2 at Holy Family Univ., 4/19/12 Most Goals, Season: ......................................................................................... 240 in 2012 ......................................................................................... 238 in 2009 ......................................................................................... 223 in 2010 ......................................................................................... 183 in 2011 ......................................................................................... 183 in 2008 ......................................................................................... 175 in 2007 ......................................................................................... 168 in 2013 ......................................................................................... 129 in 2006

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Consecutive Games Scoring 10+ Goals: .........................................................................................15, 2011-12 Most Goals Allowed, Game: .........................................................23 by Howard University, 3/2/07 ................................................... 23 by Georgian Court Univ., 4/25/09 ............................................................ 23 by Dowling College, 3/1/13 Fewest Goals Allowed, Game: ..........................................................0 vs. Dominican College, 3/9/08 .............................................................................0 at Trinity, 3/18/08 ............................................................... 0 at Post University, 4/17/10 Most Goals Allowed, Season: ............................................................................................ 293, 2009 Fewest Goals Allowed, Season: ............................................................................................ 129, 2006 Consecutive Games Allowing 10+ Goals: .............................................................................................. 10, 2013 Consecutive Games Allowing -10 Goals: ................................................................................................ 3, 2006 ................................................................................................ 3, 2007 Most Goals Scored, Both Teams: ........................................................39 at Howard University, 3/30/09 Least Goals Scored, Both Teams: ...................................................11 vs. Regis University (CO), 3/29/06 Largest Margin of Victory: ...................................................19 (20-1) vs. Lancaster Bible, 3/2/07 .................................................. 19 (19-0) at Post University, 4/17/10 ...............................................19 (23-4) at West Va. Wesleyan, 3/2/12 Largest Margin of Defeat: ..................................................20 (23-3) at Dowling College, 3/1/13 Most Assists, Game: .........................................................................16, vs. Trinity, 4/16/08

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RECORD BOOK ............................................................ 16, vs. Lancaster Bible, 3/2/07 ........................................................ 14, at Dominican College, 4/9/08 ............................................................14, at Delaware State, 4/23/13 ........................................................... 14, vs. Post University, 3/27/10 ...............................................................13, vs. Nyack College, 4/6/13 ........................................................ 13, at Holy Family Univ., 3/24/09 .....................................................13, vs. Dominican College, 3/28/09 .......................................................13, vs. Dominican College, 3/9/08 ..........................................................12, at Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/7/08 .......................................................................12, vs. Arcadia, 4/10/06 .........................................................12, at Wilkes University, 4/14/07 ........................................................... 12, vs. Post University, 4/16/11 ............................................................ 12, at Post University, 4/17/10 .......................................................12, vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/20/10 ........................................................12, vs. Wilkes University, 4/23/06 ......................................................12, at Shepherd University, 3/6/10 .....................................................12, vs. Dominican College, 3/20/10 Most Assists, Season: ............................................................................................ 120, 2008 ............................................................................................ 117, 2010 ............................................................................................ 114, 2009 ............................................................................................ 102, 2007 .............................................................................................. 81, 2011 .............................................................................................. 72, 2012 .............................................................................................. 67, 2006 .............................................................................................. 58, 2013 Most Points, Game: ............................................................ 36, vs. Lancaster Bible, 3/2/07 ........................................................ 36, at Holy Family Univ., 3/24/09 .....................................................35, vs. Dominican College, 3/28/09 ...............................................................34, vs. Nyack College, 4/6/13 .........................................................................34, vs. Trinity, 4/16/08 ............................................................34, at Delaware State, 4/23/13 ........................................................... 34, vs. Post University, 3/27/10 .....................................................32, vs. Dominican College, 3/31/07 ........................................................ 32, at Dominican College, 4/9/08 ........................................................... 31, vs. Post University, 4/16/11 ............................................................ 31, at Post University, 4/17/10 .......................................................31, vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/20/10 Most Points, Season:

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....................................................................... 352 (238g, 114a), 2009 ....................................................................... 340 (223g, 117a), 2010 ......................................................................... 312 (240g, 72a), 2012 ....................................................................... 303 (183g, 120a), 2008 ....................................................................... 277 (175g, 102a), 2007 ......................................................................... 264 (183g, 81a), 2011 ......................................................................... 226 (168g, 58a), 2013 ......................................................................... 196 (129g, 67a), 2006 Most Shots on Goal, Season: ..........................................................................421 (240 goals), 2012 ..........................................................................295 (268 goals), 2013 ..........................................................................203 (183 goals), 2011 ..........................................................................181 (223 goals), 2010 ........................................................................ 111 (238) goals), 2009 ..........................................................................108 (175 goals), 2007 ..........................................................................107 (183 goals), 2008 ............................................................................58 (129 goals), 2006 Most Groundballs, Season: ............................................................................................ 350, 2009 ............................................................................................ 342, 2007 ............................................................................................ 339, 2008 ............................................................................................ 337, 2012 ............................................................................................ 317, 2010 ............................................................................................ 297, 2006 ............................................................................................ 264, 2013 ............................................................................................ 252, 2011 Most Groundballs Per Game, Season: ...................................................................... 24.75 (12 games), 2006 ...................................................................... 24.43 (14 games), 2007 ...................................................................... 22.60 (15 games), 2008 ...................................................................... 19.82 (17 games), 2012 ...................................................................... 19.44 (18 games), 2009 ...................................................................... 17.61 (18 games), 2010 ...................................................................... 15.53 (17 games), 2013 ...................................................................... 14.82 (17 games), 2011 Most Caused Turnovers, Game: ............................................................ 28, at Post University, 3/26/11 ........................................................26, vs. Philadelphia Univ., 4/1/10 ........................................................... 23, vs. Post University, 4/14/12

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RECORD BOOK ...................................................... 22, at Dominican College, 4/11/07 ............................................................ 22, at Post University, 4/17/10 ..................................................22, vs. Georgian Court Univ., 3/22/11 ............................................................21, at Delaware State, 4/23/13 .......................................................20, vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/11/12 ........................................................... 20, vs. Post University, 3/27/10 ........................................................ 19, at Dominican College, 4/9/08 .......................................................... 19, vs. Seton Hill Univ., 4/20/08 ....................................................19, vs. Lees McRae College, 3/20/09 .....................................................19, vs. Dominican College, 3/20/10 Most Caused Turnovers, Season: ............................................................................................ 213, 2010 ............................................................................................ 195, 2011 ............................................................................................ 171, 2008 ............................................................................................ 162, 2012 ............................................................................................ 149, 2009 ............................................................................................ 141, 2013 ............................................................................................ 120, 2007 ............................................................................................ 101, 2006 Most Caused Turnovers Per Game, Season: ...................................................................... 11.83 (18 games), 2010 ...................................................................... 11.43 (17 games), 2011 ...................................................................... 11.40 (15 games), 2008 ........................................................................ 9.53 (17 games), 2012 ........................................................................ 8.57 (14 games), 2007 ........................................................................ 8.42 (12 games), 2006 ........................................................................ 8.28 (18 games), 2009 ........................................................................ 6.24 (17 games), 2013 Most Draw Controls, Game: ......................................................26, vs. Howard University, 3/30/09 .........................................................24, vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/4/09 ........................................................ 24, at Dominican College, 4/9/08 .........................................................................22, vs. Trinity, 4/16/08 ...................................................... 21, at Dominican College, 4/11/07 ........................................................ 21, at Holy Family Univ., 3/24/09 ....................................................19, vs. Georgian Court Univ., 4/3/12 .........................................................19, at Wilkes University, 4/14/07 .......................................................19, vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/20/10 .....................................................19, vs. American Intl. Coll., 3/11/09

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Most Draw Controls, Season: ............................................................................................ 262, 2009 ............................................................................................ 228, 2010 ............................................................................................ 210, 2011 ............................................................................................ 208, 2012 ............................................................................................ 206, 2013 ............................................................................................ 178, 2008 ............................................................................................ 137, 2007 .............................................................................................. 81, 2006 Most Saves, Game: ...................................................28, at Georgian Court Univ., 4/23/07 ....................................................27, vs. St. Thomas Aquinas, 4/21/08 ......................................................27, vs. Philadelphia Univ., 3/29/08 ......................................................24, vs. Philadelphia Univ., 3/17/09 ..................................................24, vs. Georgian Court Univ., 3/26/08 ....................................................... 23, vs. Holy Family Univ., 3/20/12 ......................................................22, vs. Philadelphia Univ., 3/22/07 ...................................................... 21, at Dominican College, 4/14/09 ........................................................20, vs. Howard University, 3/2/07 ...............................................19, vs. East Stroudsburg Univ., 3/16/09 Most Saves, Season: ........................................................... 256, (293 GA, 256 saves), 2009 ............................................................ 200 (169 GA, 200 saves), 2008 ............................................................ 184 (164 GA, 184 saves), 2007 ............................................................ 178 (208 GA, 178 saves), 2012 ............................................................ 154 (247 GA, 154 saves), 2011 ............................................................ 146 (186 GA, 146 saves), 2010 ............................................................ 142 (236 GA, 142 saves), 2013 ............................................................ 126 (102 GA, 126 saves), 2006 Most Saves Per Game, Season: ...................................................................... 14.22 (18 games), 2009 ...................................................................... 13.33 (15 games), 2008 ...................................................................... 13.14 (14 games), 2007 ...................................................................... 10.50 (12 games), 2006 ...................................................................... 10.47 (17 games), 2012 ........................................................................ 9.06 (17 games), 2011 ........................................................................ 8.35 (17 games), 2013 ........................................................................ 8.11 (18 games), 2010 Most Wins, Season:

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RECORD BOOK ................................................................................10 (10-8-0), 2010 ....................................................................................9 (9-8-0), 2012 ....................................................................................9 (9-6-0), 2008 ....................................................................................8 (8-6-0), 2007 ....................................................................................8 (8-4-0), 2006 ..................................................................................7 (7-11-0), 2009 ..................................................................................4 (4-13-0), 2013 ..................................................................................3 (3-13-0), 2011 Most Losses, Season: ................................................................................13 (4-13-0), 2013 ................................................................................13 (3-13-0), 2011 ................................................................................11 (7-11-0), 2009 ....................................................................................8 (9-8-0), 2012 ..................................................................................8 (10-8-0), 2010 ....................................................................................6 (9-6-0), 2008 ....................................................................................6 (8-6-0), 2007 ....................................................................................4 (8-4-0), 2006 Most Consecutive Winning Seasons: .......................................................................................3, 2006-2008 Most Improved Won-Lost Record: .................................................................4-13 in 2011 to 9-8 in 2012 Most Consecutive Wins: ................................................................................................ 5, 2006 Most Consecutive Wins to Start Season: ................................................................................................ 5, 2006 Most Consecutive Losses: .............................................................................................. 10, 2013 Most Consecutive Losses to Start Season: .............................................................................................. 10, 2013 Consecutive Conference Wins: ................................................................................................ 2, 2010 ................................................................................................ 2, 2011 ................................................................................................ 2, 2012 ................................................................................................ 2, 2013

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Consecutive Conference Losses: ................................................................................................ 4, 2011 ................................................................................................ 4, 2013 Consecutive Home Wins: ................................................................................................ 4, 2006 ...........................................................................................4, 2006-07 Most Games Played, Season: .............................................................................................. 18, 2010 .............................................................................................. 18, 2009 .............................................................................................. 17, 2012 .............................................................................................. 17, 2011 .............................................................................................. 17, 2013 .............................................................................................. 15, 2008 .............................................................................................. 14, 2007 .............................................................................................. 12, 2006 INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Games Played, Season: ..................................................................... 18, Britany Shaner, 2009 ....................................................................... 18, Amber Smith, 2009 .......................................................................... 18, Nicole Meis, 2010 ...................................................................18, Jessica Graybeal, 2009 ................................................................. 18, Rebecca Guethler, 2009 ........................................................................18, Kory Webster, 2010 .................................................................... 18, Danielle Niccoli, 2009 ......................................................................... 18, Catie Joynes, 2009 ...................................................................18, Jessica Graybeal, 2010 .............................................................18, Kelly Wojciechowski, 2009 ................................................................. 18, Rebecca Guethler, 2010 ................................................................... 18, Klaudia Furman, 2010 .................................................................... 18, Danielle Niccoli, 2010 ................................................................. 18, Samantha Jewell, 2010 ........................................................................18, Kory Webster, 2009 ..................................................................... 18, Britany Shaner, 2010 ....................................................................... 18, Amber Smith, 2010 ................................................................................ 18, Liz Case, 2010 ....................................................................18, Amber Harmon, 2010 .................................................................... 18, Yasmene Harris, 2009 Most Games Played, Career: ............................................................70, Rebecca Guethler, 2009-12

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RECORD BOOK ..............................................................70, Jessica Graybeal, 2009-12 ...............................................................68, Danielle Niccoli, 2008-11 ...........................................................................67, Liz Case, 2010-13 .................................................................... 66, Molly Taylor, 2010-13 ................................................................62, Britany Shaner, 2007-10 ....................................................... 59, Kelly Wojciechowski, 2006-09 ...............................................................57, Amber Harmon, 2008-11 ....................................................................56, Catie Joynes, 2006-09 .................................................................. 53, Kory Webster, 2009-12 .............................................................. 53, Kelsey LaPlume, 2006-09 ..................................................................51, Amber Smith, 2007-10 Goals, Game: ....................................7, Danielle Niccoli at Post Universirty, 3/26/11 ........................................6, Colby Bugda vs. Arcadia College, 4/10/06 ..................................................6, Colby Bugda at Seton Hill, 4/21/07 ................................................... 6, Liz Case vs. Chestnut Hill, 4/11/12 ............................................. 6, Liz Case at West Va. Wesleyan, 3/2/12 ......................................6, Amanda Jenkins vs. Chestnut Hill, 3/12/08 ........................................ 6, Megan Keffer at Post University, 4/20/13 ..............................6, Danielle Niccoli at St. Thomas Aquinas, 3/12/09 ................................ 6, Danielle Niccoli vs. Holy Family Univ., 3/30/11 ........................6, Kelly Wojciechowski vs. Domincan College, 3/28/09 Goals, Season: .................................................................... 55, Danielle Niccoli, 2011 .................................................................... 51, Danielle Niccoli, 2009 .............................................................49, Kelly Wojciechowski, 2009 .................................................................... 43, Danielle Niccoli, 2010 .........................................................................41, Colby Bugda, 2006 ...................................................................41, Amanda Jenkins, 2008 .........................................................................37, Colby Bugda, 2007 ............................................................................ 37, Mary Sing, 2009 ................................................................................ 35, Liz Case, 2012 .........................................................................35, Colby Bugda, 2008 Goals Per Game, Season: ...................................................3.42, Colby Bugda (12 games), 2006 ...............................................3.24, Danielle Niccoli (17 games), 2011 .............................................2.93, Amanda Jenkins (14 games), 2008 ...................................................2.85, Colby Bugda (13 games), 2007 ...............................................2.83, Danielle Niccoli (18 games), 2009 ....................................... 2.72, Kelly Wojciechowski (18 games), 2009

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.............................................2.42, Amanda Jenkins (12 games), 2007 ...............................................2.39, Danielle Niccoli (18 games), 2010 ...................................................2.33, Colby Bugda (15 games), 2008 ................................................. 2.25, Katelyn Gibas (12 games), 2006 Goals, Career: .............................................................163, Danielle Niccoli, 2008-11 ..................................................... 127, Kelly Wojciechowski, 2006-09 ................................................................. 113, Colby Bugda, 2006-08 .........................................................................102, Liz Case, 2010-13 ............................................................84, Rebecca Guethler, 2009-12 ...........................................................................77, Liz Case, 2010-12 ..............................................................73, Jessica Graybeal, 2009-12 ............................................................. 70, Amanda Jenkins, 2007-08 .................................................................. 66, Kory Webster, 2009-12 ..................................................................66, Katelyn Gibas, 2006-08 .................................................................... 55, Molly Taylor, 2010-13 Goals Per Game, Career: ..............................................2.83, Colby Bugda (40 games), 2006-08 ....................................... 2.69, Amanda Jenkins (26 games), 2007-08 ......................................... 2.40, Danielle Niccoli (68 games), 2008-11 ..................................2.15, Kelly Wojciechowski (59 games), 2006-09 ................................................. 1.80, Mary Sing (30 games), 2009-10 ............................................1.69, Katelyn Gibas (39 games), 2006-08 ................................................ 1.61, Jaclyn Hall (33 games), 2012-13 .....................................................1.52, Liz Case (67 games), 2011-13 ..................................... 1.50, Rebecca McMurry (30 games), 2012-13 ..................................................1.44, Eliza Burk (34 games), 2010-11 ............................................1.44, Megan Keffer (34 games), 2012-13 Assists, Game: .................................................7, Liz Case at Delaware State, 4/23/13 ....................................................6, Liz Case vs. Nyack College, 4/6/13 ..............................................6, Liz Case vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/9/13 .....................................5, Colby Bugda at Domincan College, 2/11/07 ...................................... 5, Colby Budga at Wilkes University, 4/14/07 ................................. 5, Colby Bugda vs. St. Thomas Aquinas, 4/21/08 ...........................................5, Liz Case vs. Philadelphia Univ., 3/29/12 ....................................... 5, Mary Sing at Dominican College, 4/14/09 ................................. 5, Mary Sing vs. American Intl. College, 3/11/09 ..........................................5, Mary Sing at Holy Family Univ., 3/24/09 ...............................4, Amanda Beasley vs. Rosemont College, 3/2/06

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RECORD BOOK ....................................... 4, Colby Bugda at Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/7/08 .......................................4, Colby Bugda at Domincan College, 4/9/08 ........................................4, Colby Bugda vs. Arcadia College, 4/10/06 ....................................................... 4, Colby Bugda at Trinity, 3/18/08 ................................................ 4, Liz Case vs. Post University, 4/16/11 ................................................. 4, Liz Case at Post Universtiy, 3/26/11 ............................................ 4, Liz Case vs. Holy Family Univ., 3/30/11 ..........................................4, Mary Sing vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/4/09 ................................. 4, Amy Waggoner at Dominican College, 4/9/08 ................................... 4, Amy Waggoner vs. Arcadia College, 4/10/06 .......................4, Kelly Wojciechowski vs. Dominican College, 3/28/09 Assists, Season: .........................................................................33, Colby Bugda, 2008 ............................................................................ 32, Mary Sing, 2009 ................................................................................ 31, Liz Case, 2013 ................................................................................ 30, Liz Case, 2012 .................................................................... 27, Danielle Niccoli, 2010 ................................................................................ 23, Liz Case, 2011 .........................................................................21, Colby Bugda, 2007 .............................................................21, Kelly Wojciechowski, 2009 .................................................................... 20, Amy Waggoner, 2007 ................................................................. 18, Samantha Jewell, 2009 Assists Per Game, Season: ...................................................2.20, Colby Bugda (15 games), 2008 .......................................................... 2.07, Liz Case (15 games), 2013 .......................................................1.88, Mary Sing (17 games), 2009 .......................................................... 1.76, Liz Case (17 games), 2012 ...................................................1.62, Colby Bugda (13 games), 2007 ...............................................1.50, Danielle Niccoli (18 games), 2010 .............................................. 1.43, Amy Waggoner (14 games), 2007 .......................................................... 1.35, Liz Case (17 games), 2011 ...................................................1.33, Colby Bugda (12 games), 2006 ....................................... 1.17, Kelly Wojciechowski (18 games), 2009 Assists, Career: ...........................................................................99, Liz Case, 2010-13 ................................................................... 70, Colby Bugda, 2006-08 ...............................................................69, Danielle Niccoli, 2008-11 ...........................................................................68, Liz Case, 2010-12 ....................................................... 52, Kelly Wojciechowski, 2006-09 ...............................................................45, Amy Waggoner, 2006-08

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.......................................................................41, Mary Sing, 2009-10 ..............................................................35, Jessica Graybeal, 2009-12 ..................................................................26, Katelyn Gibas, 2006-08 ............................................................22, Rebecca Guethler, 2009-12 .................................................................. 22, Kory Webster, 2009-12 .............................................................22, Amanda Beasley, 2006-08 ....................................................................... 22, Eliza Burk, 2010-11 Assists Per Game, Career: ..............................................1.75, Colby Bugda (40 games), 2006-08 .....................................................1.48, Liz Case (67 games), 2010-13 ................................................. 1.37, Mary Sing (30 games), 2009-10 .........................................1.18, Amy Waggoner (38 games), 2006-08 ......................................... 1.01, Danielle Niccoli (68 games), 2008-11 ..................................0.88, Kelly Wojciechowski (59 games), 2006-09 ...................................... 0.82, Samantha Jewell (49 games), 2008-10 ....................................... 0.73, Amanda Jenkins (26 games), 2007-08 ............................................0.67, Katelyn Gibas (39 games), 2006-08 ..................................................0.65, Eliza Burk (34 games), 2008-11 Points, Game: ..................................................11, Liz Case vs. Nyack College, 4/6/13 ......................................10, Colby Bugda vs. Arcadia College, 4/10/06 ............................................10, Liz Case vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/9/13 ...............................................10, Liz Case at Delaware State, 4/23/13 ........................................10, Mary Sing at Holy Family Univ., 3/24/09 ......................10, Kelly Wojciechowski vs. Domincan College, 3/28/09 ....................................9, Colby Bugda at Dominican College, 4/11/07 ...................................... 9, Colby Bugda at Wilkes University, 4/14/07 ..................................................9, Colby Bugda at Seton Hill, 4/21/07 ................................. 9, Colby Bugda vs. St. Thomas Aquinas, 4/21/08 ...........................................9, Liz Case vs. Philadelphia Univ., 3/29/12 ..................................... 9, Danielle Niccoli at Post University, 3/26/11 .................................... 9, Mary Sing at Domincan College, 4/14/2009 Points, Season: ............................................70, Kelly Wojciechowski (49g, 21a), 2009 ................................................... 70, Danielle Niccoli (43g, 27a), 2010 ........................................................... 69, Mary Sing (37g, 32a), 2009 ................................................... 69, Danielle Niccoli (55g, 14a), 2011 ........................................................68, Colby Bugda (35g, 33a), 2008 ................................................... 65, Danielle Niccoli (51g, 14a), 2009 ...............................................................65, Liz Case (35g, 30a), 2012

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RECORD BOOK ........................................................58, Colby Bugda (37g, 21a), 2007 ........................................................57, Colby Bugda (41g, 16a), 2006 ...............................................................56, Liz Case (25g, 31a), 2013 Points Per Game, Season: ...................................................4.75, Colby Bugda (12 games), 2006 ...................................................4.53, Colby Bugda (15 games), 2008 ...................................................4.46, Colby Bugda (13 games), 2007 ...............................................4.06, Danielle Niccoli (17 games), 2011 .......................................................4.06, Mary Sing (17 games), 2009 ................................................3.89 Danielle Niccoli (18 games), 2010 ....................................... 3.89, Kelly Wojciechowski (18 games), 2009 .......................................................... 3.82, Liz Case (17 games), 2012 .......................................................... 3.73, Liz Case (15 games), 2013 .............................................3.64, Amanda Jenkins (14 games), 2008 Points, Career: ..........................................232, Danielle Niccoli (163g, 69a), 2008-11 ......................................................201, Liz Case (102g, 99a), 2010-13 .............................................. 183, Colby Bugda (113g, 70a), 2006-08 .................................. 179, Kelly Wojciechowski (127g, 52a), 2006-09 ...........................................108, Jessica Graybeal (73g, 35a), 2009-12 ........................................ 106, Rebecca Guethler (84g, 22a), 2009-12 ......................................................95, Mary Sing (54g, 41a), 2009-10 .................................................92, Katelyn Gibas (66g, 26a), 2006-08 ............................................ 89, Amanda Jenkins (70g, 19a), 2007-08 .................................................88, Kory Webster (66g, 22a), 2009-12 Points Per Game, Career: ..............................................4.57, Colby Bugda (40 games), 2006-08 ....................................... 3.42, Amanda Jenkins (26 games), 2007-08 ......................................... 3.41, Danielle Niccoli (68 games), 2008-11 ................................................. 3.17, Mary Sing (30 games), 2009-10 ..................................3.03, Kelly Wojciechowski (59 games), 2006-09 .....................................................3.00, Liz Case (67 games), 2010-13 ............................................2.36, Katelyn Gibas (39 games), 2006-08 ..................................................2.09, Eliza Burk (34 games), 2010-11 .........................................1.92, Amy Waggoner (38 games), 2006-08 ................................................ 1.91, Jaclyn Hall (33 games), 2012-13 Groundballs, Game: ..............................8, Amanda Beasley at Philadelphia Univ., 3/18/06 ............................... 7, Colby Bugda vs. Regis University (CO), 3/29/06

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...................................7, Kaitlyn Hall vs. Georgian Court Univ., 4/3/12 ...............................7, Christina Knight at Philadelphia Univ., 3/18/06 ................................... 7, Brittany Rhodes vs. Post University, 4/14/12 .................................... 6, Colby Bugda at Philadelphia Univ., 4/13/08 .................................... 6, Colby Bugda at Philadelphia Univ., 3/18/06 .........................................................6, Colby Bugda at Hood, 3/23/06 .........................................6, Colby Bugda at Arcadia College, 3/29/07 ...................................... 6, Katelyn Gibas vs. Seton Hill Univ., 4/20/08 ..............................6, Jessica Graybeal vs. Philadelphia Univ., 3/17/09 .............................. 6, Amanda Jenkins at Philadelphia Univ., 4/13/08 ................................6, Samantha Jewell vs. Holy Family Univ., 4/7/09 .............................. 6, Rebekah McCurry at West Va. Wesleyan, 3/2/12 ................................6, Danielle Niccoli at Philadelphia Univ., 4/13/08 ................................6, Brittany Rhodes at Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/27/11 ..................................... 6, Stacy Spilman vs. Seton Hill Univ., 4/20/08 ................................6, Amy Waggoner at Philadelphia Univ., 3/18/06 ......................................6, Kory Webster vs. Holy Family Univ., 4/7/09 .........................................6, Kory Webster at Post University, 4/17/10 ........................... 6, Kory Webster vs. East Stroudsburg Univ., 3/16/09 ..............................................6, Kaitlyn Hall vs. Nyack College, 4/6/13 Groundballs, Season: ...................................................................42, Jessica Graybeal, 2009 .......................................................................... 38, Kaitlyn Hall, 2012 .........................................................................37, Kari Maddox, 2007 ................................................................. 36, Samantha Jewell, 2009 ........................................................................36, Kory Webster, 2009 ................................................................... 36, Brittany Rhodes, 2012 ......................................................................35, Stacy Spilman, 2008 ................................................................... 35, Klaudia Furman, 2010 .................................................................. 34, Amanda Beasley, 2006 .................................................................... 34, Stacey Spilman, 2007 ........................................................................34, Kory Webster, 2010 Groundballs Per Game, Season: ............................................ 2.83, Amanda Beasley (12 games), 2006 ...................................................2.67, Colby Bugda (12 games), 2006 ...................................................2.64, Kari Maddox (14 games), 2007 ................................................ 2.50, Stacy Spilman (14 games), 2008 ...............................................2.43, Stacey Spilman (14 games), 2007 ............................................. 2.33, Jessica Graybeal (18 games), 2009 ................................................. 2.33, Katelyn Gibas (12 games), 2006 ............................................2.25, Samantha Jewell (16 games), 2009

Women’s Lacrosse 2014

RECORD BOOK .................................................... 2.24, Kaitlyn Hall (17 games), 2012 ...............................................2.20, Danielle Niccoli (15 games), 2008 Groundballs, Career: .............................................................122, Danielle Niccoli, 2008-11 ............................................................116, Jessica Graybeal, 2009-12 ..........................................................103, Rebecca Guethler, 2009-12 ...............................................................88, Stacey Spilman, 2006-08 .................................................................. 87, Kory Webster, 2009-12 ............................................................87, Samantha Jewell, 2008-10 ....................................................... 85, Kelly Wojciechowski, 2006-09 ................................................................... 82, Colby Bugda, 2006-08 ..............................................................77, Brittany Rhodes, 2010-13 .............................................................76, Amanda Beasley, 2006-08 Groundballs Per Game, Career: ..............................................2.38, Keri Maddox (26 games), 2006-07 ......................................... 2.20, Stacey Spilman (40 games), 2006-08 .......................................2.17, Amanda Beasley (35 games), 2006-08 ..............................................2.05, Colby Bugda (40 games), 2006-08 ................................................2.00, Chelsea Genco (13 games), 2008 ............................................. 1.92, Christina Knight (12 games), 2006 ...............................................1.88, Kaitlyn Hall (34 games), 2012-13 ......................................... 1.79, Danielle Niccoli (68 games), 2008-11 ...................................... 1.78, Samantha Jewell (49 games), 2008-10 ............................................... 1.76, Alison Kern (34 games), 2012-13 Draw Controls, Game: ................................ 11, Danielle Niccoli at Domincan College, 4/9/08 .................................9, Danielle Niccoli at Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/22/09 .....................................9, Kory Webster vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/4/09 .....................................8, Katelyn Gibas at Wilkes University, 4/14/07 .................................... 8, Jaclyn Hall vs. Georgian Court Univ., 4/3/12 ............................... 8, Danielle Niccoli at Dominican College, 3/28/11 .....................................8, Megan Keffer vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/9/13 ........................... 7, Rebecca Guethler vs. Howard University, 3/30/09 ..................................7, Megan Keffer vs. Domincan College, 4/21/12 .................................. 7, Danielle Niccoli vs. Holy Family Univ., 4/7/09 ..................................7, Kory Webster vs. Howard University, 3/30/09 Draw Controls, Season: .................................................................... 73, Danielle Niccoli, 2009 ....................................................................... 65, Megan Keffer, 2013

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.................................................................... 61, Danielle Niccoli, 2010 .................................................................... 49, Danielle Niccoli, 2011 ........................................................................48, Kory Webster, 2009 .................................................................... 43, Danielle Niccoli, 2008 ................................................................. 37, Rebecca Guethler, 2009 ............................................................................36, Jaclyn Hall, 2012 ................................................................. 33, Rebecca Guethler, 2011 ........................................................................33, Kory Webster, 2010 Draw Controls, Career: .............................................................226, Danielle Niccoli, 2008-11 ..........................................................118, Rebecca Guethler, 2009-12 ................................................................ 102, Kory Webster, 2009-12 ..................................................................94, Megan Keffer, 2012-13 ..............................................................72, Jessica Graybeal, 2009-12 ....................................................................... 64, Eliza Burk, 2010-11 ..................................................................64, Katelyn Gibas, 2006-08 ...................................................................... 60, Jaclyn Hall, 2012-13 ...............................................................52, Jessica Stratton, 2011-13 ...............................................................50, Amber Harmon, 2008-11 Draw Controls Per Game, Season: ...............................................4.06, Danielle Niccoli (18 games), 2009 ................................................. 3.82, Megan Keffer (17 games), 2013 ...............................................3.39, Danielle Niccoli (18 games), 2010 ...............................................2.88, Danielle Niccoli (17 games), 2011 ...............................................2.87, Danielle Niccoli (15 games), 2008 ..................................................2.67, Kory Webster (18 games), 2009 ......................................................2.25, Jaclyn Hall (16 games), 2012 ........................................... 2.06, Rebecca Guethler (18 games), 2009 ........................................... 1.94, Rebecca Guethler (17 games), 2011 ....................................................... 1.88, Eliza Burk (17 games), 2011 ....................................................... 1.88, Eliza Burk (17 games), 2010 Draw Controls Per Game, Career: ......................................... 3.32, Danielle Niccoli (68 games), 2008-11 ............................................2.76, Megan Keffer (34 games), 2012-13 ............................................ 1.92, Kory Webster (53 games), 2009-12 ..................................................1.88, Eliza Burk (34 games), 2010-11 ................................................ 1.82, Jaclyn Hall (33 games), 2012-13 ................................................1.77, Chelsea Genco (13 games), 2008 ......................................1.69, Rebecca Guethler (70 games), 2009-12 ............................................1.64, Katelyn Gibas (39 games), 2006-08

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RECORD BOOK ..........................................1.41, Meggan Apgar (34 games), 2011-12 .........................................1.17, Aubrey Newton (12 games), 2006-07 Caused Turnovers, Game: ................................. 7, Kari Maddox vs. Georgian Court Univ., 4/3/07 .......................................5, Eliza Burk vs. Shepherd University, 3/5/11 ................................................ 5, Liz Case vs. Post University, 4/14/12 ..................................5, Klaudia Furman at Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/8/10 ...................................... 5, Katelyn Gibas vs. Seton Hill Univ., 4/20/08 .......................................5, Nicole Meis vs. Philadelphia Univ., 4/1/10 ..........................5, Brittany Rhodes vs. Georgian Court Univ., 3/22/11 ..............................5, Stacy Spilman at Georgian Court Univ., 4/23/08 ................................4, Meggan Apgar vs. Philadelphia Univ., 3/29/12 ..............................4, Amanda Beasley at St. Thomas Aquinas, 4/5/07 ............................................. 4, Amanda Beasley at Kutztown, 4/5/08 ..............................4, Amanda Beasley at Domincan College, 4/11/07 ........................................4, Colby Bugda vs. Seton Hill Univ., 4/20/08 ...................................... 4, Eliza Burk vs. Queens College (NY), 3/3/10 ............................... 4, Brittany Rhodes vs. Holy Family Univ., 3/20/13 ......................................4, Carly DeVirgilio at Post University, 3/26/11 .....................................4, Klaudia Furman at Post University, 4/17/10 ...............................4, Klaudia Furman vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/20/10 ............................. 4, Klaudia Furman at Dominican College., 3/15/10 ............................... 4, Klaudia Furman at Philadelphia Univ., 3/21/09 ....................................4, Klaudia Furman vs. Post University, 2/27/10 .................................... 4, Jessica Graybeal at Post University, 3/26/11 .................................4, Amber Harmon at Dominican College, 4/9/08 ........................4, Kelsey LaPlume vs. East Stroudsburg Univ., 3/16/09 .............................................................. 4, Nicole Meis vs. AIC, 3/9/10 .................................. 4, Nicole Meis vs Georgian Court Univ., 4/15/10 ............................................4, Nicole Meis at Post University, 4/17/10 .................................... 4, Nicole Meis vs. Dominican College, 3/20/10 .......................................... 4, Nicole Meis vs. Post University, 3/27/10 ..................................... 4, Danielle Niccoli at Post University, 3/26/11 ................................... 4, Brittany Rhodes vs. Post University, 4/14/12 ..............................4, Brittany Rhodes vs. Philadelphia Univ., 3/29/12 ..................................4, Stacey Spilman vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 3/9/07 ...........................................4, Molly Taylor at Post University, 4/17/10 ........................ 4, Amy Waggoner at Philadelphia University, 3/18/06 ................................. 4, Kory Webster vs. Dominican College, 3/20/10 Caused Turnovers, Season: .......................................................................... 40, Nicole Meis, 2010

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................................................................... 32, Kaludia Furman, 2010 ...................................................................27, Jessica Graybeal, 2011 ................................................................. 23, Rebecca Guethler, 2011 .................................................................... 22, Danielle Niccoli, 2011 ................................................................. 21, Rebecca Guethler, 2009 .........................................................................21, Kari Maddox, 2006 ........................................................................21, Kory Webster, 2010 .............................................................................20, Eliza Burk, 2011 .................................................................. 20, Amanda Beasley, 2007 ................................................................... 20, Klaudia Furman, 2009 .........................................................................20, Colby Bugda, 2008 .................................................................... 20, Danielle Niccoli, 2008 Caused Turnovers, Career: ...............................................................71, Danielle Niccoli, 2008-11 ............................................................68, Rebecca Guethler, 2009-12 ..............................................................63, Jessica Graybeal, 2009-12 ..............................................................52, Klaudia Furman, 2009-10 .....................................................................45, Nicole Meis, 2007-10 ..............................................................45, Brittany Rhodes, 2010-13 .................................................................. 45, Kory Webster, 2009-12 .............................................................42, Amanda Beasley, 2006-08 ...............................................................37, Amber Harmon, 2008-11 ................................................................... 36, Kari Maddox, 2006-07 ...............................................................36, Stacey Spilman, 2006-08 Caused Turnovers Per Game, Season: ......................................................2.22 Nicole Meis (18 games), 2010 ..............................................1.78, Klaudia Furman (18 games), 2010 ...................................................1.75, Kari Maddox (12 games), 2006 ............................................. 1.59, Jessica Graybeal (17 games), 2011 ............................................ 1.43, Amanda Beasley (14 games), 2007 ........................................... 1.35, Rebecca Guethler (17 games), 2011 ...................................................1.33, Colby Bugda (15 games), 2008 ...............................................1.33, Danielle Niccoli (15 games), 2008 ...............................................1.29, Danielle Niccoli (17 games), 2011 ..............................................1.25, Klaudia Furman (16 games), 2009 Caused Turnovers Per Game, Career: ........................................ 1.53, Klaudia Furman (34 games), 2009-10 ............................................... 1.45, Nicole Meis (31 games), 2007-10 ............................................. 1.38, Kari Maddox (26 games), 2006-07 .......................................1.20, Amanda Beasley (35 games), 2006-08

Women’s Lacrosse 2014

RECORD BOOK ................................................1.08, Chelsea Genco (13 games), 2008 ......................................... 1.04, Danielle Niccoli (68 games), 2008-11 ..................................................1.03, Eliza Burk (34 games), 2010-11 ......................................0.97, Rebecca Guethler (70 games), 2009-12 ............................................... 0.94, Alison Kern (34 games), 2012-13 ........................................0.90, Jessica Greybeal (70 games), 2009-12 ......................................... 0.90, Stacey Spilman (40 games), 2006-08 Shots, Game: ................................... 15, Danielle Niccoli at Post University, 3/26/11 ..................................12, Colby Bugda at Dominican College, 4/11/07 ............................12, Amanda Jenkins vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 3/12/08 ................................ 12, Danielle Niccoli vs. Holy Family Univ., 4/7/09 ................................................ 12, Danielle Niccoli at Howard, 3/9/11 ........................ 12, Kelly Wojciechowski vs. Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/4/09 ......................... 12, Kelly Wojciechowski at Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/7/08 .........................12, Kelly Wojciechowski at Domincan College, 4/9/08 ........................................... 11, Liz Case at West Va. Wesleyan, 3/2/12 .............................. 11, Jessica Graybeal at Holy Family Univ., 3/24/09 ......................... 11, Rebecca Guethler vs. Howard University, 3/30/09 ............................................11, Amanda Jenkins at Kutztown, 4/5/08 ...............................11, Danielle Niccoli at Chestnut Hill Coll., 4/27/11 .............................11, Danielle Niccoli at Shepherd University, 3/6/10 ..............................11, Kelly Wojciechowski at Slippery Rock, 4/18/09 .....................11, Kelly Wojciechowski vs. Dominican College, 3/28/09 Shots, Season: .......................................... 135, Kelly Wojciechowski (49 goals), 2009 ..................................................121, Danielle Niccoli (51 goals), 2009 ..................................................118, Danielle Niccoli (55 goals), 2011 ................................................117, Danielle Niccoli (43 games), 2010 ...................................................... 100, Colby Bugda (35 goals), 2008 ............................................ 99, Kelly Wojciechowski (29 goals), 2008 ................................................98, Amanda Jenkins (41 games), 2008 ............................................................83, Mary Sing (37 goals), 2009 .................................................. 82, Jessica Graybeal (30 goals), 2009 ........................................................ 80, Colby Bugda (41 goals), 2006 Shots, Career: .......................................... 406, Danielle Niccoli (163 goals), 2008-11 ...................................353, Kelly Wojciechowski (127 goals), 2006-09 ...............................................257, Colby Bugda (113 goals), 2006-08 .........................................228, Rebecca Guethler (84 goals), 2009-12

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...................................................... 218, Liz Case (102 goals), 2010-13 ...........................................184, Jessica Graybeal (73 goals), 2009-12 ...........................................162, Amanda Jenkins (70 goals), 2007-08 ............................................... 161, Kory Webster (66 goals), 2009-12 ...............................................147, Katelyn Gibas (66 goals), 2006-08 ............................................ 138, Amber Harmon (52 goals), 2008-11 Shots on Goal, Season: ............................................................... 61, Liz Case (35 goals), 2012 ....................................................53, Danielle Niccoli (55 goals), 2011 ................................................ 52, Rebecca Guethler (23 goals), 2012 ................................................ 47, Rebekah McCurry (30 goals), 2013 .......................................................47, Megan Keffer (25 goals), 2013 ...........................................................44, Jaclyn Hall (30 goals), 2013 ......................................................... 41, Ashley Kroll (21 goals), 2012 ...........................................................41, Jaclyn Hall (23 goals), 2012 ....................................................41, Danielle Niccoli (43 goals), 2010 .......................................................41, Megan Keffer (24 goals), 2012 Shots on Goal, Career: ...................................................... 139, Liz Case (102 goals), 2010-13 .......................................... 125, Danielle Niccoli (163 goals), 2008-11 ...........................................98, Rebecca Guethler (84 goals), 2009-12 ................................................. 88, Megan Keffer (49 goals), 2012-13 ......................................................85, Jaclyn Hall (53 goals), 2012-13 ................................................... 80, Molly Taylor (55 goals), 2010-13 ...........................................77, Rebekah McCurry (45 goals), 2012-13 .....................................73, Kelly Wojciechowski (127 goals), 2006-09 ........................................... 64, Jessica Grarybeal (73 goals), 2009-12 ................................................. 62, Kory Webster (66 goals), 2009-12 Goalie Saves, Game: ................................ 28, Catie Smith at Georgian Court Univ., 4/23/07 .............................. 27, Amber Smith vs. St. Thomas Aquinas, 4/21/08 ................................ 27, Amber Smith vs. Philadelphia Univ., 3/29/08 ...............................24, Catie Smith vs. Georgian Court Univ., 3/26/08 .................................... 23, Kaitlyn Hall vs. Holy Family Univ., 3/20/12 ................................ 22, Amber Smith vs. Philadelphia Univ., 3/22/07 ................................ 21, Amber Smith at Dominican College, 4/14/09 ................................ 21, Amber Smith vs. Philadelphia Univ., 3/17/09 ......................................18, Amber Smith vs. Molloy College, 3/24/07 ................................................. 18, Catie Smith at Seton Hill, 4/21/07

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RECORD BOOK Goalie Saves, Season: ......................................232, Amber Smith (256 GA, 232 saves), 2009 .........................................164, Kaitlyn Hall (201 GA, 164 saves), 2012 ......................................154, Corinne Dries (247 GA, 154 saves), 2011 .........................................142, Kaitlyn Hall (236 GA, 142 saves), 2013 ......................................139, Amber Smith (179 GA, 139 goals), 2010 .........................................126, Catie Smith (106 GA, 126 saves), 2007 .........................................126, Catie Smith (102 GA, 126 saves), 2006 ........................................103, Amber Smith (85 GA, 103 saves), 2008 ...............................................96, Catie Smith (84 GA, 96 saves), 2008 ............................................58, Amber Smith (58 GA, 58 saves), 2007 Goalie Saves Per Game, Season: ................................................12.89, Amber Smith (18 games), 2009 ...................................................11.45, Catie Smith (11 games), 2007 ..................................................11.44, Amber Smith (9 games), 2008 .....................................................10.67, Catie Smith (9 games), 2008 ...................................................10.50, Catie Smith (12 games), 2006 ....................................................9.67, Amber Smith (6 games), 2007 .................................................... 9.65, Kaitlyn Hall (17 games), 2012 ..................................................9.06, Corinne Dries (17 games), 2011 .................................................... 8.35, Kaitlyn Hall (17 games), 2013 ..................................................7.72, Amber Smith (18 games), 2010 Goalie Saves, Career: ................................ 532, Amber Smith (578 GA, 532 saves), 2007-10 ................................... 343, Catie Smith (292 GA, 348 saves), 2006-08 ................................... 306, Kaitlyn Hall (437 GA, 306 saves), 2012-13 ................................ 168, Corinne Dries (254 GA, 168 saves), 2011-12 ........................................42, Kasey McCusker (37 GA, 42 saves), 2009 ............................................7, Brooke Eveler (7 GA, 7 saves), 2010-11 .......................................1, Amanda Beasley (0 GA, 1 saves), 2006-08 Goalie Saves Per Game, Career: ............................................. 10.88, Catie Smith (32 games), 2006-08 .......................................... 10.43, Amber Smith (51 games), 2007-10 ...............................................9.00, Kaitlyn Hall (34 games), 2012-13 ............................................ 8.84, Corinne Dries (19 games), 2011-13 ................................................3.43, Kasey McCusker (7 games), 2009 Save Percentage, Season: ..........................................0.667, Corinne Dries (7GA, 17 saves), 2012

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......................................0.553, Catie Smith (102 GA, 126 saves), 2006 .....................................0.548, Amber Smith (85 GA, 103 saves), 2008 ......................................0.543, Catie Smith (106 GA, 126 saves), 2007 .......................................... 0.533, Catie Smith (84GA, 96 saves), 2008 .......................................0.500, Amber Smith (58 GA, 58 saves), 2007 ........................................... 0.500, Brooke Eveler (7GA, 7 saves), 2010 ...................................0.475, Amber Smith (256 GA, 232 saves), 2009 ......................................0.449, Kaitlyn Hall (201 GA, 164 saves), 2012 ...................................0.437, Amber Smith (179 GA, 139 saves), 2010 Save Percentage, Career: ................................ 0.544, Catie Smith (292 GA, 348 saves), 2006-08 ......................................0.500, Brooke Eveler (7GA, 7 saves), 2010-11 ............................. 0.479, Amber Smith (578 GA, 532 saves), 2007-10 ................................ 0.412, Kaitlyn Hall (437 GA, 306 saves), 2012-13 ............................. 0.398, Corinne Dries (254 GA, 168 saves), 2011-13 ...................................0.393, Kasey McCusker (37 GA, 24 saves), 2009 Goals Against Average, Season: ..............................................7.00, Corrine Dries (7 GA, 60 min), 2012 .........................................8.50 , Catie Smith (102 GA, 720 min), 2006 ...................................10.25, Amber Smith (179 GA, 1048 min), 2010 ......................................... 10.27, Brooke Everler (7 GA, 41 min), 2010 ........................................11.16, Catie Smith (106 GA, 570 min), 2007 ..........................................11.20, Catie Smith (84 GA, 450 min), 2008 ........................................12.30, Kaitlyn Hall (201 GA, 981 min), 2012 .......................................12.59, Amber Smith (85 GA, 405 min), 2008 .......................................12.89, Amber Smith (58 GA, 270 min), 2007 ......................................13.88, Kaitlyn Hall (236 GA, 1010 min), 2013 Goals Against Average, Career: ................................ 10.07, Catie Smith (292 GA, 1740 min), 2006-08 ....................................10.27, Brooke Everler (7 GA, 41 min), 2010-11 ............................ 13.08, Amber Smith (578 GA, 2651 min), 200-7-10 ................................ 13.10, Kaitlyn Hall (437 GA, 2001 min), 2012-13 ..........................14.17, Corinne Dries (254 GA, 1076 min), 2011-2013 ...................................14.78, Kasey McCusker (37 GA, 150 min), 2009 Most Wins, Season: .............................................................10, Amber Smith (10-8), 2010 ................................................................... 8, Kaitlyn Hall (8-8), 2012 ................................................................... 8, Catie Smith (8-4), 2006 ................................................................... 7, Catie Smith (7-4), 2007

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RECORD BOOK ................................................................... 6, Catie Smith (6-3), 2008 ...............................................................6, Amber Smith (6-11), 2009 ..............................................................4, Kaitlyn Hall (4-13-0), 2013 ........................................................... 3, Corinne Dries (3-13-0), 2011 ............................................................. 3, Amber Smith (3-3-0), 2008 ............................................................. 1, Corinne Dries (1-0-0), 2012 ......................................................... 1, Kasey McCusker (1-0-0), 2009 ............................................................. 1, Amber Smith (1-2-0), 2007 Most Wins, Career: .....................................................21, Catie Smith (21-11-0), 2006-08 ..................................................20, Amber Smith (20-24-0), 2007-10 .....................................................12, Kaitlyn Hall (12-21-0), 2012-13 ......................................................4, Corinne Dries (4-13-0), 2011-13 ......................................................... 1, Kasey McCusker (1-0-0), 2009 WILMINGTON YEAR-BY-YEAR AT HOME All-Time (31-29, .516) 2010’s (13-17, .433) 2013 (at WU Athletics Complex)..................................................... 2-4 2012............................................................................................... 4-3 2011............................................................................................... 2-6 2010............................................................................................... 5-4 2000’s (18-12 .600) 2009............................................................................................... 4-5 2008............................................................................................... 4-3 2007............................................................................................... 4-3 2006 (at Kirkwood Soccer Club)...................................................... 6-1 Catie Smith vs. Georgian Court, 2008

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LOCATION MAP Wilmington University Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway | Newark, DE 19702

Directions from main campus Follow directions to New Castle Campus. Continue on DuPont Highway (Route 13/40 South). Bear right to continue on Route 40 West. Cross under the Route 1 bypass and continue on 40. New Athletic Facility parking lot is on the right hand side following Walther Road and the turf field.

Home of the men’s and women’s basketball, women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, and volleyball teams.

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CENTRAL ATLANTIC COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE

Wilmington University 320 N. DuPont Highway New Castle, DE 19720 (302) 356-9435 Toll Free: (866) 922-2871 Fax: (302) 328-7376 athletics@wilmu.edu www.wilmu.edu/athletics Wilmington University Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway Newark, DE 19702 (302) 328-9435 Fax: (302)328-7376

1. Philadelphia University 4201 Henry Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144

6. Felician College 223 Montross Avenue Rutherford, NJ 07070

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2. Goldey-Beacom College 4701 Limestone Road Wilmington, DE 19808

3. University of the Sciences 600 South 43rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19104

4. Holy Family University 9801 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19114

7. Bloomfield College 467 Franklin Street Bloomfield, NJ 07003

8. Caldwell College 120 Bloomfield Avenue Caldwell, NJ 07006

9. Dominican College 470 Western Highway Orangeburg, NY 10962

11. Post University 800 Country Club Road Waterbury, CT 06708

12. Chestnut Hill College 9601 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19118

13. Concordia College 171 White Plains Road Bronxville, NY 10708

5. Georgian Court University 900 Lakewood Avenue Lakewood, NJ 08701

10. Nyack College 1 South Boulevard Nyack, NY 10960

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