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WELCOME Intercollegiate athletics are BIG here, and now you can follow them all at abingtonsports.com. The new abingtonsports.com website puts a wealth of news and information about Penn State Abington Nittany Lions athletics just a click away. This new site can be reached directly at abingtonsports.com, or you can go to abington.psu. edu and click on ATHLETICS in the blue bar.

WORK HARD, PLAY HARD! Penn State Abington offers a world-class education, personal attention and an atmosphere in which you are encouraged to exercise your talents and put your skills to the test within the classroom and beyond its walls. Here, students are challenged to expand their horizons beyond their academic programs through involvement in numerous co-curricular activites. In addition to a variety of intramural sports, there are 13 NCAA Division III sports teams from which to choose. On the local level, many of our teams compete and have won numerous championships in the North Eastern Athletic Conference and many of our athletes and coaches have been honored with all-conference and coach-of-the-year accolades. Nationally, our teams compete in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) and have qualified and appeared in numerous postseason tournaments across the country. Our athletes have been recognized by the ECAC for their outstanding achievements by being honored with All-American and academic All-American awards. Because of its recent success in multiple sports, Penn State Abington officially became an active Division III member in 2012-13. As an active member of Division III, Penn State Abington athletics will now be eligible for NCAA postseason championships and awards.


A great athletic tradition, a beautiful campus, and a challenging Penn State education. What’s not to like? Penn State Abington prepares student-athletes to engage with the campus’ academic and social environment through developing life long skills in leadership, sportsmanlike conduct, and athletic excellence. Our program’s focus is on the development of the whole person, and we place student-athlete welfare as our highest priority. We promote and reinforce traditional values of honesty, integrity, commitment and hard work as the foundation of our athletics program. We take great pride in hiring coaches who are teachers first and embrace these values.


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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Shawne McCoy______________ 215-881-7443 smm65@psu.edu NCAA COMPLANCE Joe Pavlow_________________ 215-881-7486 jzp11@psu.edu SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR Noelle Powell_______________ 215-881-7832 nup17@psu.edu EVENT MANAGEMENT AND ACADEMIC RETENTION Keith Brandon_______________ 215-881-7360 bkb18@psu.edu SPORTS INFORMATION Jeff Dobbin_________________ 215-881-7404 jud30@psu.edu fax: 215-881-7889 ATHLETIC TRAINERS Julie McNulty_______________ 215-881-7449 jam881@psu.edu Neil Hoffman________________ 215-881-7449 nah12@psu.edu HEAD COACH Noelle Powell_______________ _________________________ Alma Mater ______________ Record at School__________

215-881-7832 nup17@psu.edu Temple 6-26, 2 Seasons

ASSISTANT COACHES Anne Moulton Kailey Halliwell Stephanie Hilton TEAM INFORMATION Overall Record Last Year______ Conference Record___________ Final Conference Rank________ Fisrt Year of Women's Lacrosse_ Overall Record______________ Last Postseason_____________ MEDIA INFORMATION College Newspaper Lion's Roar_______________ Newspaper Philadelpia Inquirer_________ Montgomery News_________ Television WPVI-TV 6_______________ WCAU-TV 10 _____________ WYW-TV 3 _______________ WTXF-TV 29 _____________

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HEAD COACH

Noelle Powell enters her third season as the Nittany Lions’ head women’s lacrosse coach. During her two seasons with Abington, Powell saw a veteran core mesh with a talented group of fresh faces. Her first victory as a Nittany Lion came in a 12-7 victory over College of Saint Elizabeth on April 20, 2013. Over of the course of two years, five players were recognized on the NEAC All-Conference team. Powell became the third head coach for the Penn State Abington women’s lacrosse program in November of 2012 after serving the previous year as the head coach for women’s lacrosse at William Penn Charter Middle School.

Noelle Powell

Prior to Penn Charter, Powell was an assistant coach at Drexel University for two seasons where she helped lead the Dragons to a combined 18-16 record, developing five All-CAA players and one All-Regional honoree. Prior to her stint at Drexel, she was previously the head coach at Marist College for four years. After taking a hiatus from collegiate level coaching to raise her family, Powell has been eager to rejoin the ranks. An All-American at Temple, Powell returned to Philadelphia to serve as Drexel's top assistant in 2009, after four years as the head coach at Marist College. From her days as a state champion at Yorktown (N.Y.) High School to two Atlantic-10 Championships at Temple to her unprecedented success at Marist and as director of her own club program, Powell has proven to be a committed student and teacher of the game. Hired prior to the 2004 season, Marist experienced significant success and growth during Powell's four years on the sidelines. She led the Red Foxes to three MAAC Tournament appearances and earned MAAC Coach of the Year honors in 2007, after guiding the team to a school-record 10 wins and an appearance in the conference championship game. Based in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., she helped nationalize Marist's program, recruiting players from 11 different states including California, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan and Washington, D.C. During her four years with the Red Foxes, Powell recruited and developed 24 All-MAAC selections including 10 first team honorees, nine all-tournament players, a MAAC Player of the Year and two MAAC Rookies of the Year. Powell has a deep appreciation for the true student-athlete and brought with her to Drexel a commitment to excellence on the field, in the classroom and in the community – campus and beyond. Those expectations were consistently fulfilled by her athletes at Marist, where the teams earned 48 MAAC All-Academic selections and twice earned IWLCA National Team Academic Awards. Powell's Marist teams were also involved in community service and four times won the athletic department's Red Fox Challenge, which rewarded points for non-athletic activities including: volunteerism, athletes supporting athletes and academic success. Powell began her coaching career as an assistant at her alma mater crosstown rival Temple University, from where she graduated in 2002 with a bachelor's degree in sport and recreation management. As an assistant coach in the 2003 season, she helped guide the Owls to an Atlantic-10 Championship and a berth in the NCAA Tournament. A four-year letterwinner and an All-America at Temple, Powell helped lead the Owls to two consecutive Atlantic-10 Championships and NCAA tournament appearances and was honored as an A-10 Player of the Week on five occasions. She also holds a spot in the Temple record books, owning the single-season assist record and ranking second all-time on the career assist list with 88. She also holds the fifth highest total for points in a single season. As an Owl, Powell enjoyed her best season as a senior. In that campaign she broke the Temple singleseason school record with 37 assists, on her way to leading the team in all three offensive categories, and being named a Division I All-American. That season she was named first team All-Atlantic 10, first team IWLCA All-Mid Atlantic and an Atlantic-10 All-Tournament pick. She was selected to play in the prestigious North/South Senior All-Star game as well. Powell was promoted to the assistant athletics director position in August of 2013. Along with her women's lacrosse coaching duties, Powell serves as an advisor to the student-athlete advisory committee and will serve as the senior woman administrator for the department. In that role, she will be a liaison between the administration and student-athletes with issues related to Title IX and gender equity.


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RESULTS ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS CONFERENCE RECORD Regular Season Keuka College____________ 9-0 (16-3) Morrisville State__________ 8-1 (12-7) Medaille College___________ 7-2 (9-7) Cazenovia College_________ 6-3 (9-8) SUNYIT__________________ 5-4 (6-7) Penn State Abington______ 4-5 (4-12) Wells College____________ 3-6 (3-10) St. Elizabeth_____________ 2-7 (2-11) Lancaster Bible College____ 1-8 (1-15) Wilson College___________ 0-9 (0-11)

NEAC TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals Cazenovia___________________16 d. SUNYIT____________________ 8 Semifinal Keuka______________________21 d. Cazenovia__________________ 6 Morrisville State______________18 d. Medaille___________________ 6 Championship Keuka 12 Morrisville State 11

FIRST-TEAM Kaitlin Sheppard____ Maggie Bonafede____ Hunter Waldau______ Shelby Wood_______ Taylor Smith________ Kaycee Maguire_____ Ally Zlinsky_________ Denay O'Connor_____ Cassie Edmondson___ Kali Davis__________ Olivia Hudson_______ Korie Fitzgerald_____

Attack____________________ Cazenovia Attack________________________Keuka Attack_______________ Morrisville State Midfield______________ Morrisville State Midfield_______________________Keuka Midfield_______________________Keuka Midfield______________ Morrisville State Midfield_____________________Medaille Defense______________ Morrisville State Defense___________________ Cazenovia Defense_______________________Keuka Goalkeepr_____________________Keuka

SECOND-TEAM Emily Brophy_______ Jessica Young_______ Kayla Dorrance______ Daejah Werntz______ Avery Winn_________ Kim Vrigian_________ Nicole Dipiazz______ Alyssa Wesner______ Tierney McGlynn____ Mackenzie Berger___ Mia Wagner________

Attack______________________Medaille Attack_______________ Morrisville State Attack_______________ Morrisville State Midfield___________________ Cazenovia Midfield__________ Penn State Abington Midfield___________________ Cazenovia Midfield______________________SUNYIT Defense_______________ Lancaster Bible Defense______________________SUNYIT Defense_____________________Medaille Goalkeeper__________________Medaille

THIRD-TEAM Krysta Beha_________ Morgan Bruno______ Junifer Burt_________ Taviot Jackowski_____ Kelly O'Dell_________ Emily Victor________ Shianne Stokes______ Amanda Ruszcyk____ Cheyenne Grant_____ Kaitlin Gossner______ Rebecca Nutt_______ Cassidy Thompson___

Attack_______________________SUNYIT Attack________________________Keuka Attack________________________Keuka Midfield______________________SUNYIT Midfield__________________St. Elizabeth Midfield_____________________Medaille Midfield_______________________ Wells Midfield_____________________Medaille Defense__________________St. Elizabeth Defense__________ Penn State Abington Defense__________ Penn State Abington Goalkeeper___________________SUNYIT

INDIVIDUAL HONORS Offensive Player of the Year Shelby Wood______________________________Morrisville State Defensive Player of the Year Cassie Edmonson__________________________Morrisville State Rookie of the Year Hunter Waldau____________________________Morrisville State Coach of the Year Kelly Lickert______________________________________ Keuka


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CAREER LEADERS

POINTS 1. 115 - Nicole Hayes (92g 23a) - 2012-13 2. 99 - Katelyn Haas (82g 17a) - 2011-12,14 3. 66 - Avery Winn (63g 3a) - 2013-14 4. 61 - Danielle Savoni (42g 19a) - 2011-12 5. 48 - Tori Kimberly (37g 11a) - 2012-13 6. 40 - Dakota Hahn (32g 8a) - 2010 7. 26 - Chasidy McLaurin (22g 4a) - 2012,14 8. 24 - Katelyn Kelly (21g 3a) - 2013-14 9. 23 - Victoria Brady (21g 2a) - 2012 10. 17 - Kailey Halliwell (14g 3a) - 2010

DRAW CONTROLS 1. 100 - Nicole Hayes - 2012-13 2. 89 - Katelyn Haas - 2011-12,14 3. 52 - Tori Kimberly - 2012-13 T4. 41 - Avery Winn - 2013-14 T4. 41 - Dakota Hahn - 2010 6. 39 - Katelyn Kelly - 2013-14 7. 38 - Kirsten Quinn - 2011-12 8. 29 - Victoria Brady - 2012 9. 26 - Leeanne Retzer - 2010 10. 24 - Kaitlin Gossner - 2012-14

GOALS 1. 92 - Nicole Hayes - 2012-13 2. 82 - Katelyn Haas - 2011-12,14 3. 63 - Avery Winn - 2013-14 4. 42 - Danielle Savoni - 2011-12 5. 37 - Tori Kimberly - 2012-13 6. 32 - Dakota Hahn - 2010 7. 22 - Chasidy McLaurin - 2012,14 8. 21 - Victoria Brady - 2012 21 - Katelyn Kelly - 2013-14 10. 14 - Kailey Halliwell - 2010

CAUSED TURNOVERS 1. 56 - Katelyn Haas - 2011-12,14 2. 53 - Nicole Hayes - 2012-13 3. 36 - Tori Kimberly - 2012-13 4. 31 - Rebecca Nutt - 2013-14 5. 26 - Kirsten Quinn - 2011-12 6. 23 - Kate Schalck - 2012-14 T7. 22 - Kaitlin Gossner - 2012-14 T7. 22 - Kailey Halliwell - 2010 9. 21 - Avery Winn - 2013-14 10. 18 - Kim Kathelene - 2010

ASSISTS 1. 23 - Nicole Hayes - 2012-13 2. 19 - Danielle Savoni - 2011-12 3. 17 - Katelyn Haas - 2011-12,14 4. 11 - Tori Kimberly - 2012-13 5. 8 - Dakota Hahn - 2010 T6. 4 - Kirsten Quinn - 2011-12 T6. 4 - Chasidy McLaurin - 2012,14 T8. 3 - Jen Mangle - 2010 T8. 3 - Kerri Flood - 2014 T8. 3 - Avery Winn - 2013-14 T8. 3 - Katelyn Kelly - 2013-14 T8. 3 - Kailey Halliwell - 2010

SAVES 1. 247 - Sandy Cao (419 GA, 247 saves) - 2013-14 2. 108 - Shreya Soni (196 GA, 108 saves) - 2012 3. 97 - Anna Dybas (186 GA, 97 saves) - 2011 4. 67 - Danielle Fontaine (101 GA, 67 saves) - 2010 5. 46 - Sarah Snyder-Kamen (103 GA, 46 saves) - 2013 6. 12 - Kristen Harrison (26 GA, 12 saves) - 2010

GROUND BALLS 1. 128 - Katelyn Haas - 2011-12,14 2. 95 - Nicole Hayes - 2012-13 3. 75 - Tori Kimberly - 2012-13 4. 74 - Sandy Cao - 2013-14 5. 67 - Kirsten Quinn - 2011-12 6. 61 - Avery Winn - 2013-14 7. 59 - Kailey Halliwell - 2010 8. 55 - Kim Kathelene - 2010 9. 49 - Kaitlin Gossner - 2012-14 10. 39 - Rebecca Nutt - 2013-14

SAVE PERCENT (min. 5 saves) 1. .399 - Danielle Fontaine (101 GA, 67 saves) - 2010 2. .371 - Sandy Cao (419 GA, 247 saves) - 2013-14 3. .355 - Shreya Soni (196 GA, 108 saves) - 2012 4. .343 - Anna Dybas (186 GA, 97 saves) - 2011 5. .316 - Kristen Harrison (26 GA, 12 saves) - 2010 6. .309 - Sarah Snyder-Kamen (103 GA, 46 saves) - 2013

SAVES PER GAME (min. 5 games) 1. 8.82 - Sandy Cao (28 games) - 2013-14 2. 8.38 - Danielle Fontaine (8 games) - 2010 3. 8.08 - Anna Dybas (12 games) - 2011 4. 7.71 - Shreya Soni (14 games) - 2012 5. 7.67 - Sarah Snyder-Kamen (6 games) - 2013

GOALS AGAINST AVG (min. 60 minutes) 1. 13.73 - Danielle Fontaine (101 GA, 441 min) - 2010 2. 14.25 - Shreya Soni (196 GA, 825 min) - 2012 3. 15.51 - Anna Dybas (186 GA, 720 min) - 2011 4. 15.92 - Sandy Cao (419 GA, 1579 min) - 2013-14 5. 17.33 - Kristen Harrison (26 GA, 90 min) - 2010 6. 19.68 - Sarah Snyder-Kamen (103 GA, 314 min) - 2013 MOST WINS 1. 6 - Sandy Cao (6-19-0) - 2013-14 2. 4 - Shreya Soni (4-10-0) - 2012 3. 2 - Danielle Fontaine (2-5-0) - 2010 4. 1 - Anna Dybas (1-8-0) - 2011


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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

POINTS 1. 59 - Nicole Hayes (51g 8a) - 2013 2. 56 - Nicole Hayes (41g 15a) - 2012 3. 48 - Danielle Savoni (31g 17a) - 2012 4. 47 - Tori Kimberly (36g 11a) - 2013 5. 46 - Avery Winn (45g 1a) - 2014 6. 40 - Dakota Hahn (32g 8a) - 2010 7. 37 - Katelyn Haas (31g 6a) - 2014 8. 32 - Katelyn Haas (27g 5a) - 2011 9. 30 - Katelyn Haas (24g 6a) - 2012 10. 23 - Victoria Brady (21g 2a) - 2012

CAUSED TURNOVERS 1. 29 - Nicole Hayes - 2013 2. 25 - Katelyn Haas - 2011 3. 24 - Nicole Hayes - 2012 4. 22 - Kailey Halliwell - 2010 5. 21 - Katelyn Haas - 2014 T6. 20 - Tori Kimberly - 2013 T6. 20 - Rebecca Nutt - 2014 8. 18 - Kim Kathelene - 2010 T9. 17 - Alyssa Kaye - 2014 T9. 17 - Cara Fiala - 2014

GOALS 1. 51 - Nicole Hayes - 2013 2. 45 - Avery Winn - 2014 3. 41 - Nicole Hayes - 2012 4. 36 - Tori Kimberly - 2013 5. 32 - Dakota Hahn - 2010 6. 31 - Danielle Savoni - 2012 31 - Katelyn Haas - 2014 8. 27 - Katelyn Haas - 2011 9. 24 - Katelyn Haas - 2012 10. 21 - Victoria Brady - 2012

SAVES 1. 152 - Sandy Cao (241 GA, 152 saves) - 2014 2. 108 - Shreya Soni (196 GA, 108 saves) - 2012 3. 97 - Anna Dybas (186 GA, 97 saves) - 2011 4. 95 - Sandy Cao (178 GA, 95 saves) - 2013 5. 67 - Danielle Fontaine (101 GA, 67 saves) - 2010 6. 46 - Sarah Snyder-Kamen (103 GA, 46 saves) - 2013 7. 12 - Kristen Harrison (26 GA, 12 saves) - 2010

ASSISTS 1. 17 - Danielle Savoni - 2012 2. 15 - Nicole Hayes - 2012 3. 11 - Tori Kimberly - 2013 T4. 8 - Nicole Hayes - 2013 T4. 8 - Dakota Hahn - 2010 T6. 6 - Katelyn Haas - 2012 T6. 6 - Katelyn Haas - 2014 8. 5 - Katelyn Haas - 2011 9. 4 - Chasidy McLaurin - 2014 T10. 3 - Kailey Halliwell - 2010 T10. 3 - Kerri Flood - 2014 T10. 3 - Jen Mangle - 2010 GROUND BALLS 1. 59 - Kailey Halliwell - 2010 T2. 55 - Kim Kathelene - 2010 T2. 55 - Katelyn Haas - 2011 T4. 54 - Katelyn Haas - 2014 T4. 54 - Nicole Hayes - 2013 6. 51 - Sandy Cao - 2014 7. 49 - Tori Kimberly - 2013 T8. 44 - Avery Winn - 2014 T8. 44 - Kirsten Quinn - 2011 10. 41 - Nicole Hayes - 2012 DRAW CONTROLS 1. 68 - Nicole Hayes - 2013 2. 49 - Tori Kimberly - 2013 3. 41 - Dakota Hahn - 2010 4. 39 - Katelyn Haas - 2011 5. 32 - Nicole Hayes - 2012 6. 29 - Victoria Brady - 2012 7. 28 - Katelyn Haas - 2012 T8. 26 - Kirsten Quinn - 2012 T8. 26 - Leeanne Retzer - 2010 10. 24 - Katelyn Kelly - 2013

SAVES PER GAME (min. 5 games) 1. 9.50 - Sandy Cao (16 games) - 2014 2. 8.38 - Danielle Fontaine (8 games) - 2010 3. 8.08 - Anna Dybas (12 games) - 2011 4. 7.92 - Sandy Cao (12 games) - 2013 5. 7.71 - Shreya Soni (14 games) - 2012 6. 7.67 - Sarah Snyder-Kamen (6 games) - 2013 SAVE PERCENT (min. 5 saves) 1. .399 - Danielle Fontaine (101 GA, 67 saves) - 2010 2. .387 - Sandy Cao (241 GA, 152 saves) - 2014 3. .355 - Shreya Soni (196 GA, 108 saves) - 2012 4. .348 - Sandy Cao (178 GA, 95 saves) - 2013 5. .343 - Anna Dybas (186 GA, 97 saves) - 2011 6. .316 - Kristen Harrison (26 GA, 12 saves) - 2010 7. .309 - Sarah Snyder-Kamen (103 GA, 46 saves) - 2013 GOALS AGAINST AVG (min. 60 minutes) 1. 13.73 - Danielle Fontaine (101 GA, 441 min) - 2010 2. 14.25 - Shreya Soni (196 GA, 825 min) - 2012 3. 15.02 - Sandy Cao (241 GA, 963 min) - 2014 4. 15.51 - Anna Dybas (186 GA, 720 min) - 2011 5. 17.33 - Kristen Harrison (26 GA, 90 min) - 2010 6. 17.34 - Sandy Cao (178 GA, 616 min) - 2013 7. 19.68 - Sarah Snyder-Kamen (103 GA, 314 min) - 2013 MOST WINS T1. 4 - Shreya Soni (4-10-0) - 2012 T1. 4 - Sandy Cao (4-11-0) - 2014 T3. 2 - Danielle Fontaine (2-5-0) - 2010 T3. 2 - Sandy Cao (2-8-0) - 2013 5. 1 - Anna Dybas (1-8-0) - 2011


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WINNING TRADITION

The Penn State Abington women's lacrosse team has been a competitive program since its inception in 2009. Throughout its five years of existence, the women's lacrosse team has had 16 student-athletes named to the All-Conference team. Over women's lacrosse players have been named All-Academic for their success in the classroom.


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STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is a committee made up of student-athletes assembled to provide insight on the student-athlete experience. The SAAC also offers input on the rules, regulations and policies that affect student-athletes' lives on NCAA member institution campuses. Functions of Penn State Abington SAAC: - Promote communication between athletics administration and student-athletes. - Disseminate information. - Provide feedback and insight into athletics department issues. - Generate a student-athlete voice within the campus athletics department regarding the formulation of policies. - Build a sense of community within the athletics program involving all athletics teams. - Solicit student-athlete responses to proposed conference and NCAA legislation. - Organize community service efforts. - Create a vehicle for student-athlete representation on campus-wide committees (e.g., student government). - Promote a positive student-athlete image on campus.


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FACILITIES

Athletic Center Penn State Abington Athletics features indoor and outdoor facilities for 14 NCAA Division III intercollegiate sports. The centerpiece of Abington's athletics facilities is the Abington Athletic Building, which houses indoor venues for competition, practice and community recreation along with offices, locker rooms and training rooms. Men's and women's basketball teams and the women's volleyball team play in the Athletic Building. Clubs and local community events also utilize the building for special events from time to time. Alverthorpe Park, home to the baseball and softball teams, has helped both programs grow and blossom. Since the park is maintained by Penn State Abington and utilized by several youth baseball and softball leagues, the athletic games there have become a popular sporting events attended by many members of the local community. Penn State Abington and the Abington School District are working together to enhance Memorial Field, located in close proximity to the campus. The $5 millon project will upgrade the fields, install an all-weather non-competitve track, provide enhanced seating and facilities, and provide a venue for community sporting events that will bring Penn State Abington, the township, and the local community closer together.


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2014 SCHEDULE OVERALL 4-12

PCT CONF PCT HOME AWAY .250 4-5 .444 3-4 1-8

DATE OPPONENT

RESULTS

3/4

Bryn Mawr

L, 4-14

Catholic

L 0-19

3/11

Hood

L, 11-17

3/14

Arcadia

L, 0-20

3/20

Rutgers-Camden

L, 4-15

3/27

Gwynedd Mercy

L, 11-15

3/29

Wesley

L, 4-16

4/2

Wilson*

W, 14-3

4/5

Medaille*

L, 5-15

4/6

SUNY IT*

L, 5-19

Cazenovia*

L, 8-18

4/13

Morrisville*

L, 8-18

4/18

Wells*

W, 15-14 OT

4/19

Keuka*

L, 2-20

4/23

Lancaster Bible*

W, 13-1

4/26

St. Elizabeth*

W, 12-10

3/9

4/12

Home Games in BOLD

*NEAC Contest

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2014 15 women's lacrosse media guide