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WOMEN’S LACROSSE


American Lacrosse By the Numbers 160:

Most career goals scored in program history Eleni Vagelatos (‘96-‘99)

132:

Program victories

58:

Most career assists in program history Lauren Aksinoff (‘05-‘08)

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All-Patriot League selections since 2002

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Eagles named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in Spring 2013

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Patriot League major award winners

5:

Eagles named All-Patriot League in 2013 Kimberly Collins, Laura Dawson, Teal Harrison

Emily Maher and Samantha Marshall

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Years with the Top GPA in Division I Women’s Lacrosse 2011, 2012

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Patriot League Championship 2003


2014 Schedule February Sat..

8

at High Point

1:00 p.m.

Sun.

16

CAMPBELL

1:00 p.m.

Sat.

22

at UMBC

4:00 p.m.

Wed.

26

RICHMOND

3:00 p.m.

March Sat.

1

at Johns Hopkins

1:00 p.m.

Wed.

5

at Mount St. Mary’s

4:00 p.m.

Sat.

8

BOSTON U*

Sat.

15

at Holy Cross*

4:00 p.m.

Wed.

19

NAVY*

3:00 p.m.

Sat.

22

OLD DOMINION

1:00 p.m.

Wed.

26

GEORGE MASON

4:00 p.m.

Sat.

29

at Bucknell *

1:00 p.m.

Tues. 1

at Virginia

7:00 p.m.

Sat.

5

LAFAYETTE*

1:00 p.m.

Wed,

9

at Loyola*

7:00 p.m.

Sun.

13

at Lehigh*

1:00 p.m.

Sat.

19

COLGATE *

1:00 p.m.

12:00 p.m.

April

BOLD CAPS indicates home match * indicates Patriot League opponent

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2014 Quickfacts Location....................... Washington, D.C. Founded.......................................... 1893 Enrollment...................................... 6,657 Nickname..................................... Eagles Colors......................... Red, White & Blue Affiliation......................... NCAA Division I Conference....................... Patriot League Home Field.......................... Jacobs Field President..........................Dr. Neil Kerwin Director of Athletics................... Keith Gill

Table of Contents

Team Information Head Coach.................... Emma Wallace Alma Mater................. Johns Hopkins ’07 Record at American.......................... 8-10 Seasons at American........................ 2nd Overall Record/Seasons........... 8-10/2nd Assistant.....................Colleen McCaffrey Alma Mater................. Johns Hopkins ’12 2013 Record...........................8-10 (.444) 2013 Conference Record.........5-1 (.833) 2013 Conference Finish.................... 2nd Letterwinners Returning/Lost......... 17 / 4 Starters Returning/Lost..................... 9 /3 Newcomers..........................................11 WLAX Office Phone........(202) 885-3072

Athletics Communications Associate AD............................Doug Dull Office...............................(202) 885-3029 E-Mail..................... ddull@american.edu

37 By the Numbers..................................1 2014 Schedule...................................2 Table of Contents...............................3 This is AU Lacrosse...................... 4-19 Coaching Staff............................ 20-21

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2014 Season Preview......................22 2014 Roster......................................23 Binstein, Dalisera.............................24 Lombardo, Lugovina.........................25 Maher, Harrington.............................26 McCarthy, Pericak, Reeve...............................................27

Assistant Director / WLAX Contact.................... Katie Mattern Office...............................(202) 885-3030 Cell..................................(724) 972-3348 E-Mail.................mattern@american.edu

Shields, Silverman............................28

Assistant Director....... Mike Gambardella Office...............................(202) 885-3032 E-Mail.............gambarde@american.edu

Norris, Pino, Thielemann..................31

Website............................. AUeagles.com Facebook....American University Lacrosse Twitter.................................AU_Lacrosse YouTube................. AmericanUnivEagles

All-Time Records........................ 34-35

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Buechli, Fumai, Mangan...................29 Wojciechowski, Bootman Carman, Ferri, Flynn........................30 Gallo, Hoon, Meyer, Neale 2013 Results....................................32

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2013 Statistics..................................33 All-Time Awards.......................... 36-37 Program History...............................37 Dr. Neil Kerwin, President................38 Billy Walker, Director of Athletics......39 2014 Team Poster...................... 40-41

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Washington, D.C. The National Mall is usually the center of every visitor’s trip to Washington DC. This tree-lined area of parkland stretches two and a half miles from the Potomac River to the United States Capitol on Capitol Hill and is adjoined by the White House. At one end of the National Mall, known as West Potomac Park, the Lincoln Memorial faces the Reflecting Pool with a good view of Arlington Memorial Bridge, Constitution Gardens, the Tidal Basin and the Washington Monument. Further towards Capitol Hill are a number of museums and galleries, among which are many of the Smithsonian Institution’s museums, including the National Museum of Natural History, the National Air and Space Museum, National Museum of the American Indian, and the Smithsonian Institution building.

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Area Attractions • Adams Morgan • Arlington National Cemetery • Cherry Blossom Festival • Chinatown • Dupont Circle • Embassy Row • FDR Memorial • Federal Bureau of Investigation • Ford’s Theatre • International Spy Museum • Jefferson Memorial • Kennedy Center • Library of Congress • Lincoln Memorial • National Archives • National Cathedral • National Gallery of Art • National Mall • Nationals Park • National Zoo • Newseum • Pentagon • Ronald Reagan Building • Smithsonian Institution • Supreme Court • U.S. Capitol • U.S. Mint • Union Station • Verizon Center • Vietnam Veterans Memorial • Washington Monument • White House

Area Pro Teams • D.C. United • Washington Capitals • Washington Nationals • Washington Redskins • Washington Wizards • Baltimore Orioles • Baltimore Ravens

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American University Situated within the northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C., American University’s traditional-style campus has much to offer students in the way of comfort, modern conveniences, and quick, easy access to city life. Our 84-acre, tree-lined campus, which was designated as a National Arboretum, is located at the top of Embassy Row in one of the most attractive, safe, and residential areas of our nation’s capital. The center of campus, also referred to as “the quad,” is a focal point of student life not only because our academic buildings line its grassy borders, but also because it’s a place to meet-and-greet with friends and student groups, catch an impromptu game of ultimate frisbee or take part in an after-class debrief with professors. Another favorite spot on campus is the beach volleyball pit located between the athletics fields. The adjacent grassy hillside is also a well known hangout for students on game days.

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General Enrollment Undergraduate.......... 6,783 6,783 Undergraduate.......... Graduate................... 3,391 Graduate................... 3,391 Law School................ 1,758 Law Avg. School................ Class Size...........1,758 22.4 Avg. Class Size........... Student-Faculty Ratio.... 22.4 12:1 Student-Faculty Ratio.. 12:1 Faculty Profile Full-Time Faculty.......... 798 Adjunct Faculty............. 565 Faculty Profilethe highest 94% have Full-Time 798 degree in Faculty.......... their field. Adjunct Faculty............. 565 94%

have

the

degree in their field

highest


Schools & Colleges

• American University students were ranked the “ 5th Most Politically • American students were ranked Active,” and the university is one the “5th Most Politically Active,” and of the nation’s best institutions the university is one of the nation’s for undergraduate education, best institutions for undergraduate according to The Princeton Review education, according to The in the newly releases 2012 edition Princeton Review in the newly of its annual book, The Best 376 releases 2012 edition of its annual Colleges. book, The Best 376 Colleges. • U.S. News & World Report • U.S. News & World Report “America’s Best Colleges 2013” “America’s Best Colleges 2011” ranked AU No. 77 among national ranked AU No. 79 among national universities. universities

• College of Arts & Sciences • Kogod School of Business • School of Communication • School of International Service • School of Public Affairs • Washington College of Law

Academic Resources • University Library • Law Library • Computer and Media Labs • Career Center • Courses on the Web • Center for Teaching, Research and Learning • Learning Resources • Blackboard • AU Experts Guide • University Colleges • Learning Communities

5 Most Popular Majors

85percent percent of ofAU undergraduate • 85 students are placed in at least one internship or co-op by the American University Career Center before graduation.

• International Service • Business Administration • Journalism • Political Science/Government • Public Communication

• The career center welcomes more than 200 local and national employers to its job and internship fairs annually.

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2011-12 Highlights

3.37: Academic 2012-13 Academic Support 241:

2012-13 Academic Highlights

Combined student-athlete GPA during the 2011-12 academic year. 3.29: Combined student-athlete

GPA during the 2012-13

Student-athletes named to the Patriot League academic year. Academic Honor Roll. The academic support 152: Student-athletes named to the Patriot League program for student-athletes, 121: Student-athletes that made GPA Dean’s List the in either the Academic Honor Roll. 3.29: Combined student-athlete during 2012-13 a collaboration between the fall or springyear. semester. academic Academic Support Center 74: Student-athletes made Dean’s List in either the and the Department of fall or spring semester. 152: Student-athletes named to the Patriot League Athletics, assists student 23: Student-athletes earned a perfect 4.0 grade point average Academic Honorthe Roll. athletes in successfully in either fall or spring semester. 17: Student-athletes earned a attaining academic goals and 4.0 grade point average in 74:between Student-athletes that made Dean’s List in either the either the fall or spring creating a balance semester. fallThe or spring semester. academics and athletics. program serves to promote Team Achievements: • The field hockey team posted the top GPA in Division I field responsibility and initiative 17: Student-athletes earned a perfect 4.0 grade point • 14 field hockey student-athletes hockey with a combined cumulative GPA of 3.55. The team has were named to the NFHCA National while encouraging student in either inthe fall of orthe spring semester. place in the average top five nationally each last six years. Academic Squad. athletes to take advantage of the rich resources offered at • The lacrosse team registered the best GPA in Division I women’s • The lacrosse team posted the top GPA in Division I women’s lacrosse American University. lacrosse for the second consecutive year with its 3.66 cumulative

Highlights

Team Achievements

team GPA.

for the second consecutive year. It had a team cumulative GPA of 3.66.

Academic counselors work • The volleyball team earned an AVCA with student-athletes on • Seven lacrosse student-athletes were named to the 2012 IWLCA Team Academic Award for the 10th skills neededAcademic for success in Roll. The total was tied for the most recipients in time. Honor the classroom, and provide the nation. information about educational options, university and NCAA requirements, as well as policies and procedures. The program focuses on the development of the total person through individual meetings, study hall and tutoring, and life skills workshops. AU’s academic support program coordinates with faculty, advisors, and coaches to support each student-athlete.

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Marueen Breslin, Coordinator of Academic Support, tutors a student-athlete in the Bender Library.


AU Highlights in the Patriot League

2001 – American University joins the Patriot League, becoming the eighth member of the 23 sport conference. AU wins its first of eight consecutive Patriot League Volleyball Championships. Barry Goldberg earns his first Patriot League Coach of the Year honor, while Karla Kucerkova is named Player of the Year and Sabrina Vasconselos is named Rookie of the Year.

2002 – Karla Kucerkova earns her second consecutive Player of the Year honor. She is also named the CoSIDA Academic Volleyball Player of the Year and First Team Academic All-America. Cutrina Biddulph is named Rookie of the Year.

Academic Academic Support Support

2003 – Karla Kucerkova is named the CoSIDA Academic Volleyball Player of the Year for the second straight year, Patriot League Volleyball ScholarAthlete of the Year and Player of the Year for the third consecutive year. 2004 – Cutrina Biddulph is named Patriot League Player of the Year, as Chelsa Brooks earns Rookie of the Year honors.

2007 – Rubena Sukaj is named Patriot League Player of the Year for the second consecutive year. Ivana Cebakova is also named Defensive Player of the Year.

2006 – Head Coach Barry Goldberg earns his second Patriot League Coach of the Year honor. Rubena Sukaj is named Patriot League Player of the Year, while Christina Nash is the Setter of the Year.

The academic academic support support The Now in its for third decade as an program for student-athletes, program student-athletes, all-sport conference combining a collaboration between the a collaboration between the academic athleticCenter Academicand Support Center and and Academic Support excellence, the Patriot League the Department of Athletics, the Department of Athletics, sponsors championships in assists student-athletes student-athletes assists in in 23 men and attaining women’s academic successfully successfully attaining academic sports. Initially started as an goals and and creating balance goals creating aa balance NCAA Division I-AA football between academics academics and and between conference in 1986, the serves athletics. The program athletics. The program serves Patriot League became an and to promote promote responsibility to responsibility and all-sport conference in 1990 initiative while encouraging initiative while encouraging and includes American, Army, student-athletes to take take student-athletes to Boston U., Bucknell, Colgate, advantage of the the rich rich resources advantage of resources Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, offered at American University. offered(Md.) at American Loyola and NavyUniversity. as full members, and Fordham, Academic counselors counselors work work Academic Georgetown and MIT as with student-athletes on with student-athletes on associate members. These skills needed for success in skills needed success institutions are for among the in the classroom, and provide the classroom, and provide oldest and most prestigious information about educational information about educational in the nation and their alumni options, university and NCAA options, have, anduniversity continue toand playNCAA requirements, as well as requirements, well as our leadership rolesas in shaping policies and procedures. policies and procedures. country.

The program program focuses focuses on on the the The development ofPatriot the total total person person Since 1998, theof development the throughhas individual meetings, League ranked first each through individual meetings, study hall and tutoring, and year all Division studyamong hall and tutoring,I and life skills skills workshops. workshops. AU’s conferences awarding athletic life AU’s academic support program aid in the NCAA Graduation academic support program coordinates with faculty, Rate Report. with The League coordinates faculty, advisors, and coaches to 96 finished at the top spot with advisors, and coaches to support each student-athlete. percent its teams reporting supportofeach student-athlete.

2008 – American volleyball wins its eighth consecutive Patriot League Championship and hosts the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament in Bender Arena. The team also earns four Patriot League major awards. 2010 - Volleyball wins its ninth Patriot League title. Head Coach Barry Goldberg earns his third Patriot League Coach of the Year honor, while Magdalena Tekiel is named Player of the Year. 2011 - Volleyball wins its 10th Patriot League Championship and makes its 12th NCAA Tournament appearance. Head Coach Barry Goldberg earns his fourth Patriot League Coach of the Year Honor and Sara Rishell is named the Patriot League Player and Rookie of the Year. Rebecca Heath is named the Volleyball Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data.

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Community Involvement The women’s lacrosse team is involved with several community service organizations and plays an active role in the Washington, D.C. community. For the last several years, the team has made visits to local elementary and middle schools, and has hosted various youth organizations for postgame clinics.

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Distinguished Alumni Distinguished Alumni

David Aldridge, SOC/BA ‘87 Sports Journalist, Philadelphia Inquirer/TNT Lonnie Bunch, CAS/BA ’74, CAS/MA ’76 Founder/exec director, Smithsonian Museum for David Aldridge, SOC/BA ‘87 African American History and Culture Sports Journalist, Philadelphia Inquirer/TNT Pat Butler, SOC/MA’96 Lonnie Bunch, CAS/BA ’74, CAS/MA ’76 VP, Washington Post Founder/exec director, Smithsonian Museum for Robert Byrd, WCL/JD ’63 African American History and Culture U.S. Senator (D-WV) Pat Butler, SOC/MA’96 Alisyn Camerota, SOC/BA’88 VP, Washington Post FOX News anchor Robert Byrd, WCL/JD ’63 Jack Cassell, SOC/BA ‘77 U.S. Senator (D-WV) President-CEO, Visual Aids Electronics Corporation Alisyn Camerota, SOC/BA’88 Chaturon Chaisang, CAS/MA ’87 FOX News anchor Deputy prime minister, Thailand Jack Cassell, SOC/BA ‘77 Randy Clouser, SPA/BS ‘80 President-CEO, Visual Aids Electronics Corporation Chief Marketing Officer, Zurich Financial Services Chaturon Chaisang, CAS/MA ’87 Gary Cohn, KSB/BSBA’82 Deputy prime minister, Thailand President/COO, Goldman Sachs Randy Clouser, SPA/BS ‘80 Loren Danielson, KSB/BSBA ‘80 Chief Marketing Officer, Zurich Financial Services Senior VP-Investments, RBC Gary Cohn, KSB/BSBA’82 Andy Dolich, SPA/BA’69 President/COO, Goldman Sachs COO, San Francisco 49ers Loren Danielson, KSB/BSBA ‘80 David Drobis, SOC/MA ’65 Senior VP-Investments, RBC Chair emeritus, Ketchum Andy Dolich, SPA/BA’69 Bob Edwards, SOC/MA’72 COO, San Francisco 49ers Host, XM Radio, National Public Radio David Drobis, SOC/MA ’65 Todd Epsten, SPA/BA ‘82 Chair emeritus, Ketchum Chief Executive Officer, Major Brands Bob Edwards, SOC/MA’72 Dean Factor, KSB/BSBA ’87 Host, XM Radio, National Public Radio CEO and cofounder, Smashbox Cosmetics/ Todd Epsten, SPA/BA ‘82 Smashbox Studios Chief Executive Officer, Major Brands Betsy Fischer, SPA/BA ’92, SOC/MA ’96 Dean Factor, KSB/BSBA ’87 Exec producer, NBC’s Meet the Press CEO and cofounder, Smashbox Cosmetics/ Darryl Frank, SOC/MA’91 Smashbox Studios Cohead, Dreamworks Television Betsy Fischer, SPA/BA ’92, SOC/MA ’96 Andy Gershon, KSB/BSBA’86 Exec producer, NBC’s Meet the Press Exec VP, SonyBMG’s Epic Records Darryl Frank, SOC/MA’91 Bryan Glazer, SOC/BA ’86 Cohead, Dreamworks Television Exec VP, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Andy Gershon, KSB/BSBA’86 Joel Glazer, SPA/BA ’89 Exec VP, SonyBMG’s Epic Records Exec VP, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bryan Glazer, SOC/BA ’86 Steven Goff, SOC/BA ‘88 Exec VP, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sports Journalist, The Washington Post Joel Glazer, SPA/BA ’89 Jeff Greenberg, SOC/BA ‘87 Exec VP, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Executive Producer, NBC4 Sports Steven Goff, SOC/BA ‘88 David Gregory, SIS/BA ’92 Sports Journalist, The Washington Post Host, NBC’s Meet The Press Jeff Greenberg, SOC/BA ‘87 Jack Haire, CAS/BA ‘74 Executive Producer, NBC4 Sports Board of Directors, Balihoo David Gregory, SIS/BA ’92 Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, SPA/BA’92 Host, NBC’s Meet The Press Crown prince of Bahrain Jack Haire, CAS/BA ‘74 Patricia deStacy Harrison, CAS/BA ’68 CEO, Parade Publications President/CEO, Corporation for Public Broadcasting Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, SPA/BA’92 Hubert Humphrey III, SPA/BA ’65 Crown prince of Bahrain Minnesota attorney general (1984-2000), son of Patricia deStacy Harrison, CAS/BA ’68 U.S. VP Hubert H. Humphrey President/CEO, Corporation for Public Broadcasting Jesse Itzler, SPA/BA ’90 Hubert Humphrey III, SPA/BA ’65 Cofounder, Marquis Jet Minnesota attorney general (1984-2000), son of William I Jacobs, WCL/JD ’66 U.S. VP Hubert H. Humphrey Exec VP, Mastercard International Jesse Itzler, SPA/BA ’90 Avery John, KSB/BSBA ’98 Cofounder, Marquis Jet Professional soccer player, Miami Football Club William I Jacobs, WCL/JD ’66 Barry Josephson, SPA/BA ’78 Global Payments, Inc. Producer (films Enchanted, Ladykillers, Like Mike, Avery John, KSB/BSBA ’98 and FOX TV’s Bones) Professional soccer player, Miami Football Club Barry Josephson, SPA/BA ’78 Producer (films Enchanted, Ladykillers, Like Mike, and FOX TV’s Bones) Jackie Judd, SOC/BA ’73 Emmy award winning former ABC correspondent Cornelius Kerwin, SPA/BA ‘71 President, American University Robert Kogod, KSB/BSBA ’62 Former chair and CEO, Charles E. Smith Realty Al Koken, SGPA/BA ‘74 Comcast SportsNet, Capitals Report Margery Kraus, SPA/BA ’67, SPA/MA ’71 Founder/CEO, APCO Worldwide

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Robert Kogod KSB/BSBA ‘62

Lonnie Bunch CAS/BA ‘74

Lonnie Bunch, CAS/BA ‘74 Founder/Exec. Director, Cindy Christy-Lagenfeld KSB/BSBA ‘88 Smithsonian Museum for African History and Culture Gary Cohn KSB/BSBA ‘82

Barry Levinson CAS/BA ‘67

credit: NATAS - NCCB Chapter

Bob Edwards SOC/MA ‘72

Tony Perkins SOC/BA ‘81

Bob Edwards, SOC/MA ‘72 Host, XM Radio, National Public Radio Andy Gershon KSB/BSBA ‘86

Willard Scott CAS/BA ‘55

Barry Josephson SPA/BA ‘78

Jan Scruggs SAC/BA ‘75

David SIS/BA ‘92 CorneliusGregory, Kerwin SPA/BA ‘71 Host, NBC’s Meet The Press Jeffrey Sine SIS/BA ‘76

Jackie Judd, SOC/BA ’73 Emmy award winning former ABC correspondent Cornelius Kerwin, SPA/BA ‘71 President, American University Robert Kogod, KSB/BSBA ’62 Former chair and CEO, Charles E. Smith Realty Al Koken, SGPA/BA ‘74 Comcast SportsNet, Host of Capitals Report and Wizards Report, ESPN 980, co-host of The John Thompson Show Margery Kraus, SPA/BA ’67, SPA/MA ’71 Founder/CEO, APCO Worldwide Cindy Christy-Lagenfeld, KSB/BSBA ‘88 President-Americas, Alcatel-Lucent Barry Levinson, CAS/BA ’67 Film producer/writer/director (Diner, Tin Men, Avalon, Bugsy, Wag the Dog, Liberty Heights, Man of the Year) Charles Lydecker, SPA/BA ‘85 Executive Vice President, Brown & Brown, Inc. James McGovern, CAS/BA ’81, SPA/MPA ’84 U.S. Representative (D-MA) Alan Meltzer, SPA/ND ‘73 Founder and CEO, The Meltzer Group Nancy Meyers, SOC/BA ’70 Film producer/writer/director, What Women Want, Saving Private Ryan Keith Mitchell, CAS/PhD ’81 Prime minister of Grenada Robert Morton, SOC/BA’75 Emmy award winning writer, Late Night with David Letterman Mark Murphy, KSB/MBA ’83 President, Green Bay Packers Alice Paul, WCL/LLM ’27 American suffragist, original author, Equal Rights Amendment Tony Perkins, SOC/BA’81 FOX News weather and features reporter Joan Plaisted, SIS/BA ’67, SIS/MA ’69 Ambassador, U.S. Mission to the UN Andy Pollin, Host, The Sports Reporters Angie Reese-Hawkins, SOC/BA’79 CEO/president, National Capital YMCA Kathy Reichs, CAS/BA ’70 Author, Bare Bones, Déjà Dead; writer/producer FOX-TV’s Bones Steve Saferin, SOC/BA ‘70 President, Scientific Game Ventures Loretta Sanchez, KSB/MBA ’84 U.S. representative (D-CA) Paul Satenstein, KSB/BSBA’83 Executive VP, MCA Records Willard Scott, CAS/BA ’55 Former weather reporter, the Today Show Jan Scruggs, CAS/BA ’75, CAS/MA ’76 Founder/president, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund Tom Shales, SOC/BA ’67 TV critic/reporter, The Washington Post Judy Sheindlin, SPA/BA’63 Host, Judge Judy Bud Shuster, CAS/PHD’69 U.S. Representative (R-PA) Jeffrey Sine, SIS/BA’76 Vice chair, UBS Securities; Broadway producer (Spring Awakening; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang; Frozen; Caroline, or Change; La Bohème; and The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?) Billy Stone, SOC/BA ‘86, KSB/MBA ‘89 Producer/Development, CBS College Sports Ed Tapscott, WCL/JD ‘80 Director Player Development/Programs, Washington Wizards Abbi Tatton, SIS/MA ’00 Internet reporter, CNN Richard Ernest Thompson, CAS/BA’71 Playwright, On Golden Pond Frances Fragos Townsend, SPA/BA’82 CNN commentator; former assitant to President George W. Bush for Homeland Security Kermit Washington, SIS/BA’73 Former NBA player, LA Lakers Bram Weinstein, SOC/BA ‘95 ESPN News, Anchor Douglas Wheeler, CAS/MA ’64 President emeritus, Washington Performing Arts Society Warner Wolf, SOC/BA ‘60 Radio & Television Sports Broadcaster Clark Woods, SOC/BA ‘78 President-Domestic Theatrical Distribution, MGM

Gary Cohn, KSB/BSBA ‘82 President/COO, Goldman Sachs

Andy Gershon, KSB/BSBA ‘86 Executive VP, Sony BMG’s Epic Records

Barry Josephson, SPA/BA ‘78 Film Producer, Enchanted, Ladykillers, Like Mike, FOX TV’s Bones


In The Spotlight

Cornelius Kerwin, SPA/BA ‘71 President, American University

Robert Kogod, KSB/BSBA ‘62 Former Chair and CEO, Charles E. Smith Realty

Cindy Christy-Lagenfeld, KSB/BSBA ‘88 President-Americas, Asurion

Tony Perkins, SOC/BA ‘81 FOX News Weather and Features Reporter

Willard Scott, CAS/BA ‘55 Former Weather Reporter, The Today Show

Jeffrey Sine, SIS/BA ‘76 Vice Chair, USB Securities Broadway Producer, Spring Awakening, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Cindy Christy-Lagenfeld, KSB/BSBA ‘88 President-Americas, Asurion Barry Levinson, CAS/BA ’67 Film producer/writer/director (Diner, Tin Men, Avalon, Bugsy, Wag the Dog, Liberty Heights, Man of the Year) Charles Lydecker, SPA/BA ‘85 Executive Vice President, Brown & Brown, Inc. James McGovern, CAS/BA ’81, SPA/MPA ’84 U.S. Representative (D-MA) Alan Meltzer, SPA/ND ‘73 Founder and CEO, The Meltzer Group Nancy Meyers, SOC/BA ’70 Film producer/writer/director, What Women Want, Saving Private Ryan Keith Mitchell, CAS/PhD ’81 Prime minister of Grenada Robert Morton, SOC/BA’75 Emmy award winning writer, Late Night with David Letterman Mark Murphy, KSB/MBA ’83 President, Green Bay Packers Alice Paul, WCL/LLM ’27 American suffragist, original author, Equal Rights Amendment Tony Perkins, SOC/BA’81 FOX News weather and features reporter Joan Plaisted, SIS/BA ’67, SIS/MA ’69 Ambassador, U.S. Mission to the UN Andy Pollin, Host, The Sports Reporters Angie Reese-Hawkins, SOC/BA’79 CEO/president, National Capital YMCA Kathy Reichs, CAS/BA ’70 Author, Bare Bones, Déjà Dead; writer/producer FOX-TV’s Bones Steve Saferin, SOC/BA ‘70 President, Scientific Game Ventures Loretta Sanchez, KSB/MBA ’84 U.S. representative (D-CA) Paul Satenstein, KSB/BSBA’83 Executive VP, MCA Records Willard Scott, CAS/BA ’55 Former weather reporter, the Today Show Jan Scruggs, CAS/BA ’75, CAS/MA ’76 Founder/president, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund Tom Shales, SOC/BA ’67 TV critic/reporter, The Washington Post Judy Sheindlin, SPA/BA’63 Host, Judge Judy Bud Shuster, CAS/PHD’69 U.S. Representative (R-PA) Jeffrey Sine, SIS/BA’76 Vice chair, UBS Securities; Broadway producer (Spring Awakening; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang; Frozen; Caroline, or Change; La Bohème; and The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?) Billy Stone, SOC/BA ‘86, KSB/MBA ‘89 Producer/Development, CBS College Sports Ed Tapscott, WCL/JD ‘80 Director Player Development/Programs, Washington Wizards Abbi Tatton, SIS/MA ’00 Internet reporter, CNN Richard Ernest Thompson, CAS/BA’71 Playwright, On Golden Pond Frances Fragos Townsend, SPA/BA’82 CNN commentator; former assitant to President George W. Bush for Homeland Security Kermit Washington, SIS/BA’73 Former NBA player, LA Lakers Bram Weinstein, SOC/BA ‘95 ESPN News, Anchor Douglas Wheeler, CAS/MA ’64 President emeritus, Washington Performing Arts Society Warner Wolf, SOC/BA ‘60 Radio & Television Sports Broadcaster Clark Woods, SOC/BA ‘78 President-Domestic Theatrical Distribution, MGM

American University is located in the center of one of the largest media markets in the country, Washington, D.C. From television to radio, AU student-athletes gain exposure on both a local and national level.

Each of the four major television networks (ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox) has an affiliate in D.C. and can often be found on campus. Regional cable networks Comcast SportsNet and MASN also cover the Eagles throughout the year. National newspapers The Washington Post and Washington Times serve as AU’s hometown papers. USA Today is also headquartered just miles away from campus.

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AU Patriot League Highlights 2001 – American University joins the Patriot League, becoming the eighth member of the 23 sport conference.

Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 23 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have, and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League finished at the top spot with 96 percent of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data.

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2003 – The women’s lacrosse team captures its first ever Patriot League Championship and earns a berth into the NCAA Tournament.

2008 – The women’s lacrosse team shares the Patriot League Regular Season Championship for the third time since joining the conference. 2010 - The women’s lacrosse team places four student-athletes on AllPatriot League teams, and 16 on the Academic Honor Roll. 2011 - Women’s lacrosse advances to the Patriot League semifinals and places a program-record 22 on the Academic Honor Roll. 2012 - Lacrosse makes its second straight appearance in the Patriot League Tournament, advancing to the Semifinals. The team received four All-Patriot League selections, landing three on the first team, and placed 18 on the Academic Honor Roll.

Jackie Lane ‘08 (above) was named the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year in both 2007 and 2008. She led the 2008 Eagles (below) to the Patriot League regular season title.


In The Spotlight American University is located in the center of one of the largest media markets in the country, Washington, D.C. From television to radio, AU student-athletes gain exposure on both a local and national level. Each of the four major television networks (ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox) has an affiliate in D.C. and can often be found on campus. Regional cable networks Comcast SportsNet and MASN also cover the Eagles throughout the year. National newspapers The Washington Post and Washington Times serve as AU’s hometown papers. USA Today is also headquartered just miles away from campus.

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Blue Crew The AU Blue Crew is American University’s student cheering section which creates a home court advantage for each of AU’s 16 Div. I athletics teams at all home events. Comprised of more than 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students, the Blue Crew is the largest and most spirited student group on campus.

Blue Crew The AU Blue Crew is American University’s student cheering section which creates a home field advantage for each of AU’s 16 Division I athletics teams at all home events. Comprised of more than 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students, the Blue Crew is the largest and most spirited student group on campus. 16 10


Eagles Spirit

Eagles Spirit

The American University Spirit Program is comprised of a The American University cheerleading and dance team and the AU Pep Band. The Spirit Spirit Program is comprised Program performs at many of AU’s home athletics events andofleads a cheerleading and dance the cheers in Bender Arena. team and the AU Pep Band. The Spirit Program performs at all home men’s basketball games as well as select women’s basketball games and volleyball matches, keeping the energy level inside of Bender Arena high.

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Strength Strength and and Conditioning Conditioning remains a major remains a major factor factor in in the the quest quest for for athletic athletic excellence. excellence. American American University University is is committed committed to to providing providing its its student-athletes with the student-athletes with the finest finest fitness fitness and and weight weight equipment equipment available. available. Jacobs Jacobs Fitness Fitness Center Center is is located on the lower level located on the lower level of of Bender Sports Center and Bender Sports Center and houses houses the the varsity varsity weight weight room and cardiovascular room and cardiovascular training training area. area. Head Head Strength strength and Conditioning Coach and conditioning coach Jake Sean PattenFoster worksand withAssistant each of Strength and Conditioning the 16 varsity teams and Coach Tolzman with makes Chris himself available for each of the 16workouts varsity teams individualized for and makes himself available supplemental training. for individualized workouts for supplemental training.

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Jake Patten Head Strength & Conditioning Coach


Athletic Training Five full-time athletic trainers are on staff to provide daily treatment and application of therapeutic modalities to the studentathletes and are led by head athletic trainer, Sean Dash. The athletic training staff is also available to provide evaluation, information on injury prevention and to administer rehabilitation, if necessary. AU also has two doctors, an orthopedic surgeon and general practitioner, on staff.

Sean SeanDash Dash Head HeadAthletic AthleticTrainer Trainer

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American University Women’s Lacrosse emma WALLACE Head Coach • 2nd Season • Johns Hopkins ‘07 Emma Wallace was promoted to Head Coach of the American University Lacrosse team after serving as the Interim Head Coach during the 2012-13 season. She is in her second season as the coach of the Eagles. Wallace led the Eagles to one of its best seasons in program history, matching the program record with five conference wins and earning its highest seed in the Patriot League tournament since 2008. American went 8-10 after starting 0-6 on the year and posted the program’s first-ever upset of a ranked opponent, defeating then No. 12 Johns Hopkins 10-9 in overtime. She helped develop freshman goalkeeper Teal Harrison, who became the program’s first-ever Patriot League Rookie of the Year recipient. Wallace also helped lead American as it matched Navy for the most All-Patriot League selections in the conference with five. Academically, the Eagles led the conference with three Academic All-Patriot League honorees. Wallace served as an assistant coach at the University of California– Berkeley from September 2011 to June 2012 and was mainly responsible for the development of the midfield. She was also the Head Coach of the BearLax Lacrosse Club in Berkeley, Calif. Before joining the California-Berkeley staff, Wallace was the varsity head coach at the Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School in Washington, D.C. During her time there, she led the team to the Independent School League Tournament Finals with a record of 14-4. She also served as the varsity head coach at the Highland School in Warrenton, Va., leading the team to the Virginia Independent School League State tournament in 2008, 2009 and 2010. She was also named the DAC Conference Coach of the Year in 2008 and 2010. Wallace has also coached the Upper Corner Lacrosse Club in northern Virginia. Wallace played attack for the Johns Hopkins women’s lacrosse team and was a member of three NCAA tournament squads. She graduated with a degree in political science in 2007.

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54 All-Patriot League Selections Since 2001


American University Women’s Lacrosse colleen McCAFFREY Assistant Coach • 2nd Season • Johns Hopkins ‘12 Colleen McCaffrey begins her second season as an assistant to Head Coach Emma Wallace. McCaffrey helped lead the Eagles to one of their best seasons in program history, aiding in the development of its offensive and midfield units. American went 8-10 after starting 0-6 on the year and posted the program’s first-ever upset of a ranked opponent, defeating then No. 12 Johns Hopkins 10-9 in overtime. McCaffrey graduated from Johns Hopkins University in May 2012 with a degree in psychology. She started and played in all 69 games in her career and ranks fourth in program history in goals (141), third in free position goals (30), third in draw controls (153), sixth in points (176) and 12th in assists (35). McCaffrey is a two-time IWLCA AllMid-Atlantic Region First Team selection, three-time All-ALC Second Team and 2011 All-ALC First Team honoree. She also led the team in goals in her final two seasons with the Blue Jays. McCaffrey was named a team captain during her senior season and was one of 24 athletes selected to the training team for the USA World Cup Lacrosse team in 2009. She was also a member of the 2007 U.S. Women’s Under-19 Team, which won gold at the International World Championships. Academically, McCaffrey was a three-time Academic Honor Roll selection in her career and was also recognized on the 2011 IWLCA Academic Honor Roll. She has served as the Head Coach of the Long Island Yellow Jackets travel lacrosse team since May 2009. Prior to attending Johns Hopkins, McCaffrey was a threetime US Lacrosse All-American and two-time Scholar-Athlete at Mount Sinai High School in Mount Sinai, N.Y. She tallied more than 300 goals and 175 assists in her high school career and was a four-time All-League and All-County selection as she helped guide Mount Sinai to three Suffolk County Class C Finals.

17 PL Academic Honor Roll Selections in 2013

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2014 Season Outlook • The Eagles finished the 2013 season with a 5-1 record in conference play, good for second in the Patriot League, and advanced to the Patriot League Tournament for the third consecutive year. American fell in the semifinals to Holy Cross, 9-9. The Eagles return three of its top four goal scorers from last year and one First Team All-Patriot League for the 2014 season. • Senior Emily Maher will lead the Eagles’ offense. Maher was a First Team All-Patriot League selection a year ago after registering third best with 39 points, notching 29 goals and 10 assists. She also finished with a team-best 59 draw controls, one shy of the program record she set a year ago. The Sellersville, Pa. native collected a team-high 29 ground balls and added 12 caused turnovers. Maher was also named to the Preseason All-Patriot League Team for the 2014 season. • Senior Alex Lugovina will continue to be a key contributor on offense after registering a career high and team high 39 goals last season.. She finished second overall on the team last year with 39 goals and 44 points. Last year she registered career-highs in every statistical category, assists (5), points (44), ground balls collected (5), draw controls (24) and caused turnovers (2). She was named to the Patriot League All-Tournament team last year as well. • Junior Jordan Harrington finished second on the team and seventh in the Patriot League with 0.83 assists/game at American last season. The junior appeared and started in all 18 games and was fourth on the team with 20 goals on the season. She also was named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week for the first time in her career after posting a career-high five assists and seven points at Lafayette. • Lauren Binstein and Olivia Reeve will lead the Eagles’ defense this season. Binstein started all 18 games for American and opened the 2013 season matching her career mark with a team-best three ground balls at William and Mary (2/13). Reeve also started all 18 games and recorded one draw control three times at William and Mary (2/13), George Mason (3/4) and Lafayette (4/13) • After impressive freshman campaigns, Olivia Mangan, Terese Buechli, Jessica Wojciechowski and Jillian Fumai will return to the American line-up. Mangan finished fourth on the team with 22 draw controls and fifth with 16 ground balls collected while Buechli notched three goals in her first season. Wojciechowski appeared in all 15 games and registered 4 points. Fumai also appeared in two games in the 2013 season. • American has added 13 new faces for the 2014 season. The incoming class includes Sarah Bootman, Kara Carman, Jackie Ferri, Kayla Flynn, Claire Gallo, Madison Hoon, Becky Meyer, Schyler Neale, Shauna Norris, Daniella Pino, and Abigail Thielemann.

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American University Women’s Lacrosse

Position Breakdown

Attack.....................Harrington, Lugovina ..................................... Meyer, Silverman .....................Thielemann, Wojciechowski Attack/Midfield...............................Norris Midfield........................ Bootman, Buechli ...................................... Hoon, Lombardo .............................Maher, Mangan, Neale Midfield/Defense......................McCarthy Defense........................Binstein, Carman .............................. Flynn, Fumai, Pericak ................................Pino, Reeve, Shields Goalkeeper........................Dalisera, Ferri .........................................................Gallo

2014 Roster

No. Name Pos. 2 Lauren Binstein D 3 Emily Maher M 4 Kara Carman D 5 Olivia Mangan M 6 Schyler Neale M 7 Jessica Wojciechowski A 8 Olivia Reeve D 9 Madison Hoon M Class Breakdown 10 Jillian Fumai D Class of ’14 ................ Binstein, Dalisera .................... Lombardo, Lugovina, Maher 11 Claire Gallo GK Class of ’15........... Harrington, McCarthy M .........................................Pericak, Reeve 12 Nicole Lombardo ................................... Shields, Silverman 13 Abigail Thielemann A Class of ’16..................... Buechli, Fumai M/D ...........................Mangan, Wojciechowski 14 Olivia McCarthy Class of ’17................ Bootman, Carman 15 Alex Lugovina A .....................................Ferri, Flynn, Gallo D ................................. Hoon, Meyer, Neale 16 Kayla Flynn ..........................Norris, Pino, Thielemann 17 Emily Shields D 18 Sarah Bootman M Hometown Breakdown 19 Becky Meyer A Connecticut..................Norris, Silverman Maryland......................... Dalisera, Meyer 20 Kaitlin Pericak D ............Pino, Thielemann, Wojciechowski 21 Terese Buechli M Massachusetts........... McCarthy, Shields New Jersey.......................Gallo, Mangan 22 Daniella Pino D New York.......................Buechli, Carman A ................................... Ferri, Flynn, Fumai 23 Jordan Harrington ......................................Harrington, Hoon A .....................................Lugovina, Pericak 24 Jamie Silverman Pennsylvania............. Binstein, Bootman 25 Jackie Ferri GK .....................................Lombardo, Maher GK Tennessee.....................................Reeve 29 Ashley Dalisera Virginia...........................................Neale 30 Shauna Norris A/M

Year Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

Hometown/High School Malvern, Pa./Great Valley Sellersville, Pa./Pennridge Schenectady, N.Y./Guilderland Maplewood, N.J./Columbia Doswell, Va./Patrick Henry Monkton, Md./Hereford Nashville, Tenn./Harpeth Hall Sayville, N.Y./Sayville Huntington, N.Y./St. Anthony’s Glen Rock, N.J./Glen Rock Holland, Pa./Springside School Ellicott City, Md./River Hill Duxbury, Mass./Duxbury Scarsdale, N.Y./Edgemont Rockville Centre, N.Y./Oceanside Andover, Mass./Andover McMurray, Pa./Peter’s Township Annapolis, Md./Broadneck Latham, N.Y./Albany Academy for Girls West Nyack, N.Y./Clarkstown South Damascus, Md./Damascus Fairport, N.Y./Fairport Southbury, Conn./Pomperaug Garden City, N.Y./Garden City Millersville, Md./Severna Park Ridgefield, Conn./Ridgefield

17 PL Academic Honor Roll Selections in 2013

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American University Women’s Lacrosse lauren

BINSTEIN, #2

ashley

DALISERA, #29

Senior • Defense

Senior • Goalkeeper

Malvern, Pa. Great Valley Major: Elementary Education

Millersville, Md. Severna Park Major: Law & Society

2013: Started all 18 games … opened the season matching her career mark with a team-best three ground balls at William and Mary (2/13) … collected a pair of ground balls in the team’s first win of the year against Coastal Carolina (3/13) … led the team with a career-best three caused turnovers, collecting two ground balls, against Johns Hopkins (3/27) … collected two ground balls with one caused turnover against Virginia (4/2) … matched her career mark with one draw control twice at Lehigh (4/7) and Lafayette (4/13) … led the team with two ground balls, also adding two caused turnovers, against Navy (4/21).

2012 (Field Hockey): Appeared and started in 19 games ... made 93 saves on the year with a save percentage of .738 ... ranked second in the Patriot League with a 1.76 for goals against average ... led the conference with three shutouts against Dartmouth (9/8), Holy Cross (10/13) and in the Patriot League Semifinals against Bucknell (11/2) ... tallied a careerhigh 14 saves in American’s 2-1 overtime upset of No. 19 Massachusetts (9/9) ... also posted double-digit saves (11) at Colgate (10/20) ... named Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week twice (9/10, 10/22) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection.

2012: Appeared and started in all 17 games … collected a career-high three ground balls against Lehigh (3/31) … matched her career-high with one draw control five times this season … recorded a career-high two caused turnovers at Virginia Tech (3/7) … collected two ground balls against Columbia (2/25) ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2011 (Field Hockey): Appeared in nine games with eight starts … posted a 6-2 overall record this season ... recorded her first career shutout against Lehigh (10/1) … also had two shutouts against Holy Cross (10/8) and Georgetown (10/23) … tallied 30 saves and finished the season with a 1.48 goals against average … recorded a career-high eight saves against Maryland (10/16) ... two-time Patriot League Goalkeeper of the week … Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA Division I Academic Squad selection.

2011: Played in five games … made first career appearance against George Washington (2/23). High School: Helped lead high school team to league championships in 2007, 2008 and 2010, and district finals in 2008 … helped lead team to a perfect 18-0 record in her final year … named All-Chestmont League First Team in 2010 and honorable mention in 2007 … also played varsity soccer for four years and club soccer for ten years … earned four varsity letters in lacrosse and three in soccer … team captain of lacrosse and soccer teams her senior year.

YR GP-GS G 13 18-18 0 12 17-17 0 11 5-0 0 40-35 0

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A 0 0 0 0

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0

2010 (Field Hockey): Made three appearances in goal as the team’s stroke specialist. High School: Seven-year member of Spark Indoor Field Hockey Club … led team to National Indoor Tournament five consecutive years and the National Indoor Tournament U16 A Pool Championship in 2007 … captained varsity team senior year and led Severna Park to three consecutive Maryland State Championships from 2007-2009 … also helped her high school team win the Regional Championship from 2007-2009 ... named All-State and All-County in 2009 … also played club lacrosse for four years … member of the National Honor Society, Honor Roll and Minds in Motion program.

GB DC TO CT 15 2 7 8 12 5 14 8 0 0 0 0 27 7 21 16

54 All-Patriot League Selections Since 2001


American University Women’s Lacrosse nicole

LOMBARDO, #12

alex

LUGOVINA, #15

Senior • Midfield

Senior • Attack

Holland, Pa. Springside School Major: Public Communication

Scarsdale, N.Y. Edgemont Major: Communication Studies

2013: Started all 18 games … tallied a career-high two goals three times against William and Mary (2/13), High Point (2/24) and Bucknell (3/30) … notched her first career assist and collected a career-best three ground balls against Holy Cross (3/16) … also caused a career-best two caused turnovers against Bucknell (3/30) … recorded a career-best two draw controls to lead the team at Lehigh (4/7). 2012: Appeared in 14 games … registered one ground ball at Ohio State (4/21) … collected her first career ground ball with one draw control against Lehigh (3/31) … recorded her first career goal at Bucknell (3/24) ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2011: Appeared in nine games … recorded one draw control twice against George Washington (2/23) and Liberty (4/19) ... made first career appearance against Ohio State (2/20). High School: Earned All-Inter-Academic League Second Team and All-Inter-Academic League honorable mention in 2009 … selected to the 2009 National Tournament Philadelphia team … recorded three goals, two assists, two draw controls, and two turnovers in final high school game … was a four year varsity starter … member of the high school soccer, swimming, and lacrosse teams … earned four varsity letters in soccer, swimming, and lacrosse ... captained swimming team for three years and soccer for one year … also a member of Ultimate Goal Lacrosse Club for two years.

2013: Academic All-Patriot League … Patriot League AllTournament Team … registered career-highs in every statistical category, goals (39), assists (5), points (44), ground balls collected (5), draw controls (24) and caused turnovers (2) … finished second on the team with 39 goals and 44 points, and third with 24 draw controls … led the team with four goals with two draw controls against UMBC (2/16) … tallied a teamhigh four goals with two draw controls at George Mason (3/4) … notched a career-best two assists with three draw controls at Old Dominion (3/9) … posted a career-high five draw controls to lead the team, also adding a pair of goals, against Coastal Carolina (3/13) … registered a career-high five goals, also tallying three draw controls, to lead the team in its conference opener against Holy Cross (3/16) … matched the team-high with a hat trick, recording one assist and two draw controls, against Johns Hopkins (3/27) … found the back of the net four times to lead the team at Lehigh (4/7) … matched the team mark with three points on two goals and one assists against Navy (4/21) … tallied a team-best three goals in the Patriot League Semifinals against Holy Cross (4/26). 2012: Appeared in 13 games with three starts … registered a career-high three points on two goals and one assist with a career-best two ground balls collected in the Patriot League Semifinals at Navy (4/27) … recorded a career-high two goals with her first career draw control against George Mason (3/21) … matched her career-high with one assist against Columbia (2/25) … collected her first career ground ball against Davidson (2/17) ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2011: Played in six games … recorded first career goal against Liberty (4/19) … also scored at Davidson (4/23) ... recorded an assist and caused turnover in first career appearance against UMBC (2/26). High School: Named All-League and All-Elite in 2009 and Team MVP in 2009 … helped lead team to 2010 sectional finals … won Coach’s Award and Edgemont Club Leadership Award in 2010 … earned Scholar-Athlete Award in 2007 … started every game since freshman year … scored 100 goals in career … recorded 44 assists … set school record for goals scored in a single game with 11 … three-sport athlete, earning varsity letters in soccer (3), basketball (3), and lacrosse (4) … served as captain of lacrosse team junior and senior years … member of Metro Magic Lacrosse Club in 2008 and 2009.

YR GP-GS G 13 18-18 9 12 14-0 1 11 9-0 0 41-18 10

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 1 10 14 .643 12 .857 0 0 1 2 .500 2 1.000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 1 11 16 .625 14 .875 0

GB DC TO CT 8 6 15 6 2 1 3 0 0 2 1 0 10 9 19 6

YR GP-GS G 13 18-18 39 12 13-3 5 11 6-0 2 37-21 46

A Pts Shots Shot% 5 44 73 .534 2 7 16 .312 1 3 4 .500 8 54 93 .495

SOG SOG% 54 .740 11 .688 4 1.000 69 .742

17 PL Academic Honor Roll Selections in 2013

GW 1 1 0 2

GB DC TO CT 5 24 24 2 3 1 4 0 0 0 3 1 8 25 31 3

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American University Women’s Lacrosse emily

jordan HARRINGTON, #23

MAHER, #3

Senior • Midfield

Junior • Attack

Sellersville, Pa. Pennridge Major: Political Science

Pittsford, N.Y. Fairport Major: Public Communication

2013: All-Patriot League First Team … ranked third in the Patriot League and led the team in draw controls (59) … also led the team in ground balls collected (29), finished second in caused turnovers (12), third in goals (29), third in points (39) and fourth in assists (10) … started all 18 games … named the Patriot League Midfield Player of the Week after opening the season with two goals, one ground ball, one caused turnover and a team-high six draw controls at William and Mary (2/13) and leading the team with a career-best two assists, three ground balls collected and five draw controls against UMBC (2/16) … also matched her career mark with two assists against High Point (2/24), Coastal Carolina (3/13) and at Lehigh (4/7) … led the team with a careerhigh four ground balls against High Point (2/24) … led the team and matched her career mark with three goals, also tallying a team-best three draw controls, at Richmond (2/25) … posted a team-best five draw controls and three ground balls collected at George Mason (3/4) … registered a career-best three goals with three ground balls to lead the team against Bucknell (3/3) … matched her career marks with three goals and four ground balls against Longwood (4/17). 2012: All-Patriot League Second Team selection … appeared and started in all 17 games … broke the single season record for draw controls at American with 60 on the year … ranked fifth in the Patriot League with 3.53 draw controls per game … tallied a career-high eight draw controls at Virginia Tech (3/7) … led the team with two goals at Holy Cross (3/10) … matched her career-high with three caused turnovers against Columbia (2/25) … matched her career-high with one assist twice against Colgate (3/17) and UMBC (4/17) … scored a career-high three goals three times against Davidson (2/17), George Mason (3/21) and Bucknell (3/24) … collected a career-high three ground balls three times this season against Virginia Tech (3/7), Georgetown (3/27) and Lafayette (4/7).

2013: Started all 18 games … finished second on the team and seventh in the Patriot League with 0.83 assists/game … also finished fourth on the team in goals (20) and points (35) … tallied her first hat trick of the year to lead AU to its first conference win against Holy Cross (3/16) … scored the gamewinning goal in overtime to lead the team to its first victory over a ranked opponent in program history, scoring with 0.8 seconds left in the extra period against Johns Hopkins (3/27) … matched the single game program record with a careerhigh four assists at Lehigh (4/7) … named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week for the first time in her career after posting a career-high five assists and seven points at Lafayette (4/13) … registered a career-best two draw controls and one caused turnover against Navy (4/21) … matched her career mark with one ground ball collected five times during the season. 2012: Appeared in 14 games, starting seven … collected her first career ground ball against Lehigh (3/31) … recorded a career-high two assists at Bucknell (3/24) … tallied a careerhigh two goals with one assist against Columbia (2/25) ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School: Ranked fifth in New York state in assists and 25th in total points ... named First Team All-County in 2011, Second Team All-County in 2010 and Section Five Honorable Mention in 2009 ... NYSPHAA Scholar-Athlete from 2009 to 2011 ... recorded 88 goals and 93 assists during her high school career ... led team to wins in sectionals and regionals and the state final four ... also played Lady Roc club lacrosse from 2009-2011 ... earned varsity letters in basketball and lacrosse ... team captain of basketball and lacrosse during senior year.

2011: Started 16 of 17 games … tied for second on the team with 31 draw controls ... recorded 28 ground balls and 14 caused turnovers ... posted a career-high five draw controls at Davidson (4/23) ... scored her first collegiate goal at Colgate (3/19) ... collected three ground balls three times ... also recorded three caused turnovers against Holy Cross (3/12) and at Columbia (3/30). High School: Named First Team Continental Conference and All-Intel in 2009 and 2010 … recorded 75 goals, 36 assists, 211 ground balls, 142 draw controls, and 113 caused turnovers during varsity career … named captain during her senior season … earned three varsity letters in lacrosse … also played club lacrosse for Ultimate Goal Lacrosse. YR GP-GS G 13 18-18 29 12 17-17 20 11 17-16 3 52-51 52

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A 10 2 1 13

Pts Shots Shot% 39 72 .403 22 42 .476 4 6 .500 65 120 .433

SOG SOG% 52 .722 32 .762 5 .833 89 .742

GW 0 1 0 1

GB 29 22 20 71

DC TO CT 59 18 12 60 12 13 31 12 14 150 42 39

YR GP-GS G 13 18-18 20 12 14-7 2 32-25 22

A 15 6 21

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 35 38 .526 34 .895 3 8 7 .286 5 .714 0 43 45 .489 39 .867 3

GB DC TO CT 5 3 17 1 1 0 4 0 6 3 21 1

54 All-Patriot League Selections Since 2001


American University Women’s Lacrosse olivia

McCARTHY, #14

olivia

REEVE, #8

Junior • Midfield/Defense

Junior • Defense

Duxbury, Mass. Iona Major: Health Promotion

Nashville, Tenn. Harpeth Hall Major: Business Administration

2013: Appeared in eight games … collected her first career ground ball at Richmond (2/25) … tallied one draw control at Lehigh (4/7). Before American: Appeared in 12 games in her freshman year at Iona College ... tallied three goals on the year. High School: Helped her team win the conference championship and advance to the MIAA State Tournament during all four years of high school ... also led her team to the South Sectional finals in 2008, 2009 and 2011 ... played club lacrosse for Mass Elite ... also a member of the National Honor Society. YR GP-GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC TO CT 13 8-0 0 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 1 1 4 0 8-0 0 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 1 1 4 0

kaitlin

2013: Started all 18 games … recorded one draw control three times at William and Mary (2/13), George Mason (3/4) and Lafayette (4/13) … caused one turnover four times against UMBC (2/16), Coastal Carolina (3/13), Holy Cross (3/16) and Longwood (4/17) … collected a career-high three ground balls against Longwood (4/17). 2012: Appeared in eight games during the year, including the Patriot League Tournament Semifinal at Navy (4/27) ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School: Named First Team All-American in 2010 and 2011 and Tennessee All-State in 2009 and 2011 ... also named Tennessee All-Region from 2009-2011 ... helped lead team to Tennessee State Championship in 2008 and Tennessee State Runner-Up in 2011 ... Academic All-American recipient in 2010 ... named varsity lacrosse MVP in 2011 ... served as captain of lacrosse team during senior year ... also played volleyball for two years ... earned varsity letters in volleyball (2) and lacrosse (4).

PERICAK, #20

Junior • Defense Latham, N.Y. Siena Major: Undeclared Before American: Appeared in six games at Siena. High School: Two-time All-Section II honoree and 2011 Academic All-American ... named Colonial Council First Team honoree and Section II Second Team selection in her junior year ... led team to a 19-2 record in her senior year and the state tournament ... also helped the team win four straight Section II Class C Championships ... posted 77 goals and 20 assists in her junior season, leading the team to a 16-0 record ... played club lacrosse for Albany Elite ... also played ice hockey for 15 years for the Troy-Albany Ice Cats club team and her high school team.

YR GP-GS G 13 18-18 0 12 8-0 0 26-18 0

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0

17 PL Academic Honor Roll Selections in 2013

GB DC TO CT 9 3 5 4 0 0 0 0 9 3 5 4

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American University Women’s Lacrosse emily

SHIELDS, #17

Junior • Attack

Andover, Mass. Andover Major: Law & Justice

Southbury, Conn. Pomperaug Major: Public Communication

2012: Appeared in all 17 games, starting 11 … collected a career-high four ground balls against Lafayette (4/7) … registered two ground balls and one caused turnover against Lehigh (3/31) … collected her first career ground ball at Virginia Tech (3/7) … also picked up a ground ball at Massachusetts (3/13), Georgetown (3/27), UMBC (4/17) and Ohio State (4/21) ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School: Named to the Merrimack Valley All-Conference Team in 2010 and 2011 ... received team’s Coach’s Award in 2011 ... played with Mass Elite club team for four years ... also played soccer and indoor track ... named Merrimack Valley All-Conference from 2008-2011 in indoor track ... earned four varsity letters in both indoor track and lacrosse ... named team captain of indoor track and lacrosse during senior year.

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SILVERMAN, #24

Junior • Defense

2013: Started all 18 games … ranked fourth on the team with 10 caused turnovers … registered her first career draw control, also collecting one ground ball with one caused turnover against UMBC (2/16) … caused a career-best two turnovers three times against High Point (2/24), Coastal Carolina (3/13) and Johns Hopkins (3/27) … collected a season-high three ground balls against Johns Hopkins (3/27) … matched her career mark with one draw control, also collecting one ground ball, in the Patriot League Semifinals against Holy Cross (4/26).

YR GP-GS G 13 18-18 0 12 17-11 0 35-29 0

jamie

A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0

GB DC TO CT 14 2 7 10 11 0 10 1 25 2 17 11

2013: Appeared in 13 contests, starting five … scored her first goal of the season against High Point (2/24) … registered one draw control and found the back of the net at Lehigh (4/7) … tallied a season-high two points, dishing out her first career assist with one goal, against Towson (4/9) … collected one ground ball three times against Old Dominion (3/9), Coastal Carolina (3/13) and Lafayette (4/13). 2012: Appeared in 12 games with one start … tallied her first career draw control at Georgetown (3/27) … recorded a career-high three goals at Bucknell (3/24) … scored her first collegiate goal against Columbia (2/25) … collected one ground ball three times this season against Bucknell (3/24), Georgetown (3/27) and Lafayette (4/7) ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School: Three-time All-State and All-Conference team selection ... recorded school record 270 goals and 109 assists during her career ... ranked first in Connecticut with 108 goals scored in 2010 and second in the U.S. ... played club lacrosse for five years with Nor’easter ... also played field hockey for four years and was named to the All-Division team ... field hockey team were South West Conference Champions and Class L State Champions in 2010 ... lacrosse team captain during senior year ... earned varsity letters in field hockey (3) and lacrosse (4) ... also named Academic All-American and All South West Conference Academic Team.

YR GP-GS G 13 13-5 4 12 12-1 6 25-6 10

A Pts Shots Shot% 1 5 11 .364 0 6 12 .500 1 11 23 .435

SOG SOG% 10 .909 11 .917 21 .913

GW 0 0 0

GB DC TO CT 3 1 8 0 3 2 4 0 6 3 12 0

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BUECHLI, #21

olivia

MANGAN, #5

Sophomore • Midfield

Sophomore • Midfield

West Nyack, N.Y.. Clarkstown South Major: Finance

Maplewood, N.J. Columbia Major: Undeclared

2013: Appeared in all 18 games … tallied her first career goal in her first collegiate appearance, also collecting one ground ball and one draw control, at William and Mary (2/13) … registered a career-best two ground balls and one caused turnover, also adding one score, against High Point (2/24) … matched her career mark with two ground balls collected against Virginia (4/2) … recorded one goal at Lafayette (4/13) … notched one draw control five times during the year. High School: Three-time First Team All-County and AllSection honoree ... four-time All-League selection ... also recognized as a two-time All-Hudson Valley selection ... named the 2012 Team MVP ... played club lacrosse for the Hudson Valley Hurricanes ... also played basketball and earned the 2011-12 Coach’s Award. YR GP-GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC TO CT 13 18-0 3 0 3 6 .500 6 1.000 0 6 5 7 1 18-0 3 0 3 6 .500 6 1.000 0 6 5 7 1

jillian

FUMAI, #10

Sophomore • Defense

2013: Appeared in 17 games with three starts … finished fourth on the team with 22 draw controls and fifth with 16 ground balls collected … recorded her first collegiate goal, also adding an assist and a career-high two caused turnovers and matching her career marks with two ground balls and three draw controls against High Point (2/24) … dished out a career-best two assists, finishing with a career-high three points, and also leading the team with three draw controls against Bucknell (3/30) … collected two ground balls, adding a goal and assist at Lafayette (4/13) … scored a career-high two goals against Navy (4/21) … led the team and matched her career mark with two ground balls in the Patriot League Semifinals against Holy Cross (4/26). High School: Tallied 79 goals her senior year ... led the team in draw controls and ground balls collected her last two seasons ... First Team All-Conference and First Team All-League selection in her junior and senior year ... selected to the North New Jersey Team 1 for the Women’s Division National Tournament in 2011 ... was a three year varsity starter and served as co-captain her senior year ... also was a three year starter for the soccer team and captain in her senior year ... earned First Team All-League and First Team All-Conference honors her junior and senior year ... played club lacrosse for the Morris Storm.

Huntington, N.Y.. St. Anthony’s Major: Health Promotion 2013: Appeared in two games, including making her first collegiate appearance in American’s first win of the season against Coastal Carolina (3/13) … also played at Lafayette (4/13). High School: Helped her team win the NY A CHSAA league championship ... also led St. Anthony’s to a undefeated season in 2012 ... played club lacrosse for Long Island Express.

YR GP-GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC TO CT 13 2-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 1 0 2-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 1 0

YR GP-GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC TO CT 13 17-3 11 5 16 16 .688 15 .938 1 16 22 9 5 17-3 11 5 16 16 .688 15 .938 1 16 22 9 5

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American University Women’s Lacrosse CARMAN, #4

jessica WOJCIECHOWSKI, #7

kara

Sophomore • Attack

Freshman • Defense

Monkton, Md. Hereford Major: Political Science

Schenectady, N.Y. Guilderland Major: Undeclared

2013: Appeared in 15 games with two starts … scored her first collegiate goal, adding one draw control, at Old Dominion (3/9) … recorded her first career caused turnover against Coastal Carolina (3/13) … posted a career-high two points on one goal and her first career assist, also notching a career-best three draw controls with one caused turnover at Lafayette (4/13) … tallied one goal and collected a careerbest two ground balls in her first career start against Navy (4/21). High School: Recognized as First Team Baltimore AllCountry and All-Division in 2011 and 2012 ... named to the Baltimore County All-Star Team in 2012 ... led her team to the 2010 Baltimore County Championship and 2012 regional state playoff finals ... led the team in points and assists during her senior year ... three year varsity starter ... served as team captain her senior year ... also played and earned two varsity letters in volleyball ... played club lacrosse for Heros. YR GP-GS G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC TO CT 13 15-2 3 1 4 11 .273 9 .818 0 7 7 4 2 15-2 3 1 4 11 .273 9 .818 0 7 7 4 2

sarah

BOOTMAN, #18

High School: All-Area First Team selection in 2013 and Second Team honoree in 2012 ... named an Academic AllAmerican in 2013 ... helped team to section championship in 2013 and finals in 2011 and 2012 ... recognized as a ScholarAthlete in all four years of high school ... three-year starter at defense ... awarded Most Valuable Defensive Player in 2013 ... also participated in varsity soccer all four years.

jackie

FERRI, #25

Freshman • Goalkeeper Garden City, N.Y. Garden City Major: Accounting High School: Led team to New York State Class B Championship and an undefeated record in its division in 2013 ... helped team to the division, Nassau County, and Long Island titles in 2012 ... played club lacrosse for “For The Love of The Game” ... also participated in cross country and served as captain for a season ... was a member of the National Honor Society and named an AP Scholar.

Freshman • Midfield McMurray, Pa. Peter’s Township Major: International Studies High School: Named US Lacrosse All American Honorable Mention ... played with US Lacrosse Women’s Division National Tournament Team ... named an All-American and Academic All-American ... two-time First Team All-WPIAL selection and three-time First Team All-Section honoree ... helped team to WPIAL championships in 2012 and 2013 and section championships in 2011, 2012 and 2013 ... scored 208 career goals with 109 career assists during her high school career ... earned Pittsburgh Lacrosse Foundation’s Player of The Week honor ... named the Pittsburgh Tribune Review Athlete of the Week ... served as team captain in her senior season.

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kayla

FLYNN, #16

Freshman • Defense Rockville Centre, N.Y. Oceanside Major: Elementary Education High School: Named a US Lacrosse Academic All-American in 2012 and 2013 ... recognized as a 2013 All-County selection ... earned All-Conference honors in lacrosse and swimming in 2012 ... helped lead team to playoffs in 2010 and 2013 and the Nassau County Conference AA semifinals in 2012 ... named Team MVP and captain for high school lacrosse team in her senior year ... also swam for four years and played basketball for two years ... member of the National Honor Society and World Language Honor Society.

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American University Women’s Lacrosse claire

GALLO, #11

shauna

NORRIS, #30

Freshman • Goalkeeper

Freshman • Attack/Midfield

Glen Rock, N.J. Glen Rock Major: American Studies

Ridgefield, Conn. Ridgefield Major: Undeclared

High School: First Team All-North Jersey selection ... First Team All-League honoree ... ranks 10th in total saves in New Jersey for 2012 season ... holds school record for most saves in a county game (16) and state playoff game (18) ... named captain her senior year. madison

HOON, #9

Freshman • Midfield Sayville, N.Y. Sayville Major: Biology High School: Played lacrosse for Sayville High School. becky

MEYER, #19

Freshman • Attack Annapolis, Md. Broadneck Major: Undeclared High School: Ranked in the top 10 in scoring and assists in Anne Arundel County in 2013 ... registered 30 points in the Maryland State Playoffs ... helped Broadneck to regional and state championships in 2013 ... earned two varsity letters in lacrosse ... played club lacrosse for CCLAX from 2008-2012 ... also played soccer and basketball for two years. schyler

NEALE, #6

High School: Named a US Lacrosse Academic All-American in 2013 ... named to the All-State and All-FCIAC Second Team in 2013 ... two-time FCIAC Scholar-Athlete ... selected to the Connecticut Senior All-Star Team in 2013 and recognized as a Connecticut Super Junior in 2012 ... broke 100 career goals in her senior year, finishing with 105 goals and 42 assists in three seasons ... helped lead team to state semifinals in 2013, FCIAC quarterfinals and state quarterfinals in 2013 ... also led Ridgefield to its best record in program history in 2013, finishing 11-5 ... served as team captain in her senior year ... played club lacrosse for Westchester Elite from 20072013 ... also ran cross country and track and played soccer in 2009 ... earned eight varsity letters in lacrosse (3), cross country (3) and track (2) ... also a member of the National Society and was named a Scholar-Athlete. daniella

PINO, #22

Freshman • Defense Damascus, Md. Damascus Major: International Studies High School: Named a 2013 US Lacrosse Academic AllAmerican … selected to the Women’s Division National DC/Metro Team in 2011 … helped lead Damascus to an undefeated record in her junior and senior year … led team to Montgomery County 2A/3A Division Championship in all four years of high school … received the Hornet Award, Unsung Hero and Sportsmanship Award … registered 35 ground balls collected, 14 steals and 20 forced turnovers in her career … earned four varsity letters in lacrosse … played club lacrosse for the Frederick Stars (2008-09) and Rebels Lacrosse Club (2010-12) … served as captain of the lacrosse team in 2013 and field hockey team in 2010 … also played field hockey for two years … member of the National Honor Society.

Freshman • Midfield Doswell, Va. Patrick Henry Major: International Studies High School: Played in 2013 Women’s Lacrosse World Cup as a member of the Irish National Team ... four-time US Lacrosse Richmond Chapter All-Star selection ... named the Offensive Player of the Game at the US Lacrosse Richmond Chapter All-Star Game in 2013 ... received the Lacrosse Coaches Award in 2012 and recognized as the Most Valuable Midfielder in 2013 ... earned eight varsity letters in lacrosse (4), field hockey (3) and track (1) also served as president of the National Honor Society, was an International Baccalaureate Diploma Hanover Scholar and earned the Beta Club George P. Compton Scholarship Athletic Award.

abigail

THIELEMANN, #13

Freshman • Attack Rockville Centre, N.Y. Oceanside Major: Undeclared High School: Two-time Second Team All-County honoree ... was the third highest scorer on the team in each of her final two seasons ... named the Most Valuable Attackman in 2012 ... earned four varsity letters in lacrosse and two in field hockey ... served as team captain of the lacrosse team in 2012 ... also played club lacrosse for Hero’s Lacrosse Club from 2007 to 2012, finishing with a 68 percent shooting percentage during the 2010 season ... also recognized as a Scholar-Athlete in high school.

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American University Women’s Lacrosse

2013 Results Overall: 8-10

Patriot League: 5-1

Home: 5-5

Away: 3-4

Neutral: 0-1

Date Opponent Record W/L Score Goals 2/13........ at William & Mary........0-1............ L......... 17-13.............................................. Collins (5); Lombardo (2); Maher (2); ................................................................................................................................................... Lugovina (2); Burton; Buechli 2/16........ UMBC.........................0-2............ L......... 15-12.............Lugovina (4); Burton (3); Maher (2); Collins (2); Lombardo 2/24........ HIGH POINT...............0-3............ L......... 13-11............................... Burton (2); Maher (2); Lombardo (2); Lugovina; ........................................................................................................................................ Mangan; Collins; Silverman; Buechli 2/25........ at Richmond................0-4............ L......... 20-8................................ Maher (3); Lugovina (2); Harrington (2); Collins 3/4.......... at George Mason........0-5............ L......... 14-10...................................................Lugovina (4); Marshall (2); Maher; ..................................................................................................................................................... Harrington; Collins; Mangan 3/9.......... at Old Dominion..........0-6............ L......... 15-11...................................................... Collins (4); Maher (2); Lugovina; ............................................................................................................................... Burton; Wojciechowski; Marshall; Mangan 3/13........ COASTAL CAROLINA..1-6............ W....... 16-4..................................................... Burton (5); Collins (3); McKay (3); .......................................................................................................................... Lugovina (2); Silverman; Harrington; Mangan 3/16........ HOLY CROSS *..........2-6, 1-0..... W....... 16-8........................................... Lugovina (5); Collins (3); Harrington (3); ................................................................................................................................................. Maher (2); Burton (2); Mangan 3/23........ at Colgate *.................3-6, 2-0..... W....... 10-9.................................................. Collins (3); Lugovina (2); Maher (2); ............................................................................................................................................... Harrington; Marshall; Lombardo 3/27........ #12 JOHNS HOPKINS...4-6, 2-0..... W ...... 10-9 (OT)......Lugovina (3); Marshall (3); Collins (2); Harrington; Mangan 3/30........ BUCKNELL *...............5-6, 3-0..... W....... 11-6........................................... Maher (3); Harrington (2); Lombardo (2); ........................................................................................................................................Collins; Mangan; Lugovina; Marshall 4/2.......... #11 VIRGINIA..............5-7, 3-0..... L......... 16-4........................................................................Collins (3); Harrington 4/7.......... at Lehigh *...................6-7, 4-0..... W....... 16-8..........................Lugovina (4); Collins (3); Harrington (2); Maher (2); ............................................................................................................................Marshall (2); Silverman; Mangan; Lombardo 4/9.......... TOWSON....................6-8, 4-0..... L......... 11-6............................ Collins (2); Silverman; Lugovina; Marshall; McKay 4/13........ at Lafayette *...............7-8, 5-0..... W....... 15-11...............................................Harrington (5); Collins (3); Maher (2); ........................................................................................................................Lugovina (2); Mangan; Wojciechowski; Buechli 4/17........ LONGWOOD..............8-8, 5-0..... W....... 7-6........................................................................... Collins (4); Maher (3) 4/21........ #14 NAVY *.................8-9, 5-1..... L......... 11-10 (2OT)........................................................Collins (3); Lugovina (2); .................................................................................................................................... Maher (2); Mangan (2); Wojciechowski 4/26........ vs. Holy Cross #..........8-10, 5-1... L......... 8-7........................................Lugovina (3); Collins (2); Harrington; Maher CAPS denotes home game * indicates Patriot League opponent # indicates Patriot League Semifinals

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American University Women’s Lacrosse

2013 Statistics Overall Statistics

Overall: 8-10

Patriot League: 5-1

Home: 5-5

Away: 3-4

## Name

GP

GS

G

A

Pts

Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW

GB

DC

T/O

CT

Fouls

1

18

18

46

14

60

81

.568

61

.753

2

10

20

17

11

26

11

23

15 Lugovina, Alex

18

18

39

5

44

73

.534

54

.740

1

7

14

5

24

24

2

16

3

Collins,Kimberly

FPG FPS

Neutral: 0-1

Maher, Emily

18

18

29

10

39

72

.403

52

.722

0

6

11

29

59

18

12

68

23 Harrington, Jordan

18

18

20

15

35

38

.526

34

.895

3

6

6

5

3

17

1

12

4

18

18

11

18

29

21

.524

16

.762

1

2

4

20

32

21

9

32

16 Burton,Emily

8

8

14

8

22

24

.583

21

.875

0

4

6

4

10

12

4

17

5

Marshall,Samantha

17

3

11

5

16

16

.688

15

.938

1

1

3

16

22

9

5

27

12 Lombardo, Nicole

18

18

9

1

10

14

.643

12

.857

0

1

1

8

6

15

6

18

24 Silverman, Jamie

13

5

4

1

5

11

.364

10

.909

0

1

2

3

1

8

0

12

11 McKay, Julie

5

0

4

0

4

7

.571

6

.857

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

Wojciechowski,Jessic 15

7

Mangan, Olivia

2

3

1

4

11

.273

9

.818

0

0

0

7

7

4

2

14

21 Buechli, Terese

18

0

3

0

3

6

.500

6

1.000

0

1

2

6

5

7

1

8

14 McCarthy, Olivia

8

0

0

0

0

3

.000

2

.667

0

0

1

1

1

4

0

2

30 Harrison, Teal

18

18

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0

0

13

0

3

5

1

26 Dawson,Laura

18

18

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0

0

27

10

15

13

55

20 Bentley, Savannah

5

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0

0

3

0

1

2

3

17 Shields, Emily

18

18

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0

0

14

2

7

10

36

10 Fumai, Jillian

2

0

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

8

Reeve, Olivia

18

18

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0

0

9

3

5

4

41

2

Binstein, Lauren

18

18

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

0

0

15

2

7

8

17

T otal

18

193

78

271

377

.512

298

.790

8

39

70

202

198

206

95

406

O pponents

18

201

67

268

460

.437

354

.770

10

45

100

220

227

186

109

326

GOALS BY PERIOD American Opponents

1st 84 110

2nd OT 106 3 88 2

OT2 0 1

Total 193 201

SAVES BY PERIOD American Opponents

SHOTS BY PERIOD American Opponents

1st 187 248

2nd OT 185 5 209 2

OT2 0 1

Total 377 460

SHOTS ON GOAL BY PRD 1st American 141 Opponents 187

2nd OT 154 3 164 2

OT2 0 1

Total 298 354

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

1st 77 57

2nd OT 76 0 48 0 AMERICAN 2392 10/239 1/574

OT2 0 0

Total 153 105

OPP 1680 7/240

2013 Patriot League Standings

1. Navy * 2. American 3. Holy Cross 4. Lafayette 5. Colgate 6. Lehigh 7. Bucknell

Patriot League W L Pct. 6 0 1.000 5 1 .833 3 3 .500 3 3 .500 2 4 .333 1 5 .167 1 5 .167

W 19 8 9 9 7 4 5

Overall L Pct. 2 .905 10 .444 10 .474 9 .500 8 .467 12 .250 12 .294

* Patriot League Tournament Champion

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American University Women’s Lacrosse

All-Time Records Team Single Game Records

Goals........................................ 23 vs. Liberty, 4/19/11 ...............................................23 at Davidson, 4/23/11 Assists..................................12 vs. Lafayette, 3/22/08 Goals Allowed.............................25 vs. Loyola, 5/1/02 Margin of Victory ..................... 20 vs. Liberty, 4/19/11 Margin of Defeat ......... 22 vs. Old Dominion, 4/15/95

Individual Single Game Records

Goals.......... 8, Eleni Vagelatos vs. Davidson, 4/10/96 Assists.... 4, S. Keats-Bjorksen vs. Longwood, 4/1/95 ....................4, Shannon Davis vs. Columbia, 3/15/97 .................... 4, Brooke Morgan vs. Duquesne, 4/8/98 ......................... 4, Lindsay Cartin vs. Lehigh, 4/20/02 ................... 4, Lindsay Cartin vs. Monmouth, 4/10/04 ..............................4, Jackie Lane vs. Towson, 3/4/08 .............................. 4, Lisa Schaaf vs. Liberty, 4/19/11 ..........................4, Lisa Schaaf vs. Davidson, 4/23/11 ......... 4, Kimberly Collins vs. Massachusetts, 4/13/12 ................... 4, Jordan Harrington at Lehigh, 4/7/13 Points......... 8, Eleni Vagelatos vs. Davidson, ................... 8, Eleni Vagelatos vs. Columbia, .....................8, Brooke Morgan vs. Va. Tech, ....................... 8, Nadia Harmsen vs. Lehigh, ................. 8, Sarah Milewski vs. Holy Cross,

Single-Season Point Leaders

Most Goals ................................ 53, Eleni Vagelatos (1997) Most Assists .............................. 22, Brooke Morgan (1998) Most Points .................................... 62, Gina Riitano (2003) Most GB....................................94, Nicole McCarthy (2002) Most CT.....................................55, Nicole McCarthy (2002) Most DC.........................................60, Emily Maher (2012) Most Goals-Freshman................ 45, Brooke Morgan (1997) Most Assists-Freshman......14, Sybil Keats-Bjorksen (1995) Most Points-Freshman............... 57, Brooke Morgan (1997)

Goaltending Single-Season Leaders

Games Played.......................19, Kathleen Finnegan (2003) Games Started......................19, Kathleen Finnegan (2003) Minutes Played..................1084, Kathleen Finnegan (2003) Saves...............................................224, Vicki Miller (2000) Shutouts....................................1, Rachel Schwolow (1992)

4/10/96 3/15/97 4/18/99 4/26/03 4/30/05

Lisa Schaaf ‘11

Eleni Vagelatos ‘99 Team Season Records

Most Wins..................................................... 11 (2003) Most Conference Wins........ 5 (2003, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘11) Most Losses.................................................14 (1996) Most Goals.................................................228 (2003) Most Goals Per Game............................... 13.1 (2011) Most Goals Allowed....................................238 (2000) Most Assists.................................................97 (2003) Most Shutouts................................................1 (1992) Fewest Goals Scored...................................41 (1992) Fewest Goals Allowed................................128 (1992) Lowest Goals Allowed Average.................9.30 (2004)

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Brooke Morgan ‘00 All-Time Career Point Leaders

Eleni Vagelatos......................................179 (1996-99) Kimberly Collins.....................................174 (2010-13) Jackie Lane...........................................173 (2005-08) Brooke Morgan......................................168 (1997-99) Moriah Linnell........................................147 (2003-06)

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American University Women’s Lacrosse

All-Time Records Career Goal Leaders

Eleni Vagelatos................................................160 (1996-99) Kimberly Collins...............................................125 (2010-13) Jackie Lane.....................................................124 (2005-08) Rebecca Copeland..........................................119 (2002-05) Brooke Morgan................................................114 (1997-99)

Career Assists Leaders

Lauren Aksinoff..................................................58 (2005-08) Brooke Morgan..................................................54 (1997-99) Lauren Schoenberger........................................54 (2009-12) Ashley Flanigan.................................................51 (1998-01) Jackie Lane.......................................................49 (2005-08) Kimberly Collins.................................................49 (2010-13)

Goalkeeping (min. 2 Seasons)

Saves................................ 743, Christina Jermyn (1996-99) Goals Against Avg..........9.30, Sarah Mackintosh (2003-06)

Moriah Linnell ‘06

Amanda Makoid ‘10

Series Record Opponent

Record

Last AU Win

Binghamton 0-1 Bucknell 14-5 2013 UC Berkeley 0-1 Catholic 1-0 1993 Central Connecticut 1-0 2007 Coastal Carolina 1-0 2013 Colgate 6-10 2013 Columbia 3-1 2012 Davidson 10-2 2012 UC Davis 1-0 2006 Delaware 0-3 Denver 4-1 2002 Drexel 0-6 Duquesne 2-1 1998 Fairfield 2-0 2007 George Mason 3-17 2012 Georgetown 0-4 George Washington 2-2 2011 Goucher 0-1 High Point 0-1 Hofstra 1-0 1993 Holy Cross 6-9 2013 James Madison 0-14 Johns Hopkins 2-7 2013 Lafayette 8-5 2013 La Salle 3-0 2006 Lehigh 11-4 2013 Lemoyne 1-0 2007 Liberty 1-0 2011 Limestone 1-0 1997 Longwood 6-1 2013 Loyola 0-15 Massachusetts 0-1 Monmouth 3-3 2004 Mount St. Mary’s 7-2 2004 Navy 1-7 2008 Northwestern 0-1 Ohio State 1-5 1998 Old Dominion 4-8 2012 Pennsylvania 0-2 Randolph-Macon 0-1 Richmond 2-19 2001 Rutgers 0-3 St. Joseph’s 6-1 2005 St. Mary’s 3-2 1994 Stony Brook 1-0 2010 Towson 2-9 2008 UMBC 2-14 2003 Vanderbilt 1-1 2003 Villanova 5-0 2006 Virginia 0-2 Virginia Tech 5-7 2011 William & Mary 0-12

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American University Women’s Lacrosse

All-Time Awards Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year Jackie Lane..........................2007, 08 Rebecca Copeland..................... 2004 Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year Brittany Finnegan....................... 2008 Caitlin Bell.................................. 2007 Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year Kristine Vida............................... 2008 Patriot League Rookie of the Year Teal Harrison.............................. 2013 Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year Tara Michael............................... 2004 Moriah Linnell............................. 2006 Patriot League Coach of the Year Katie Woods............................... 2008 Maureen Dupcak........................ 2003

Teal Harrison.............................. 2013 Samantha Marshall.................... 2013 Emily Maher.............................. 2012 Kimberly Collins.......................... 2011 Emily Stankiewicz................. 2010, 11 Brit Ferguson.............................. 2011 Emma Larkin.............................. 2010 Leslie Fischer............................. 2009 Amanda Makoid...................2009, 10 Alyssa Romano.......................... 2009 Lauren Lane............................... 2008 Kristine Vida............................... 2007 Caithlin Gorman......................... 2007 Brittany Finnegan....................... 2007 Kerri McGinty.............................. 2005 Sarah Milewski........................... 2005 Kathleen Finnegan...............2003, 04 Moriah Linnell............................. 2004 Nicole McCarthy......................... 2004 Laura Barnes.............................. 2004 Nadia Harmsen....................2002, 03 Rebecca Copeland..................... 2003 Gina Riitano................................ 2002 Patriot League Tournament MVP Nadia Harmsen.......................... 2003 Patriot League All-Tournament Team Samantha Marshall................... 2012 Lauren Schoenberger................. 2012 Emily Maher.............................. 2011 Kaska Komosinski...................... 2011 Brittany Finnegan....................... 2008 Jackie Lane................................ 2008 Tahra Johnson............................ 2008

Caitlin Bell ‘08 All-Patriot League First Team Kimberly Collins....................2012, 13 Laura Dawson............................ 2013 Emily Maher.............................. 2013 Emily Burton............................... 2012 Emily Stankiewicz....................... 2012 Alyssa Romano.......................... 2010 Caitlin Bell......................2006, 07, 08 Lauren Aksinoff.....................2007, 08 Jackie Lane..........................2007, 08 Brittany Finnegan....................... 2008 Kristine Vida............................... 2008 Moriah Linnell.......................2005, 06 Rebecca Copeland...............2004, 05 Laura Barnes.............................. 2005 Tara Michael............................... 2004 Lynn Brandon............................. 2004 Robyn Mincher.....................2002, 03 Gina Riitano................................ 2003 Nicole McCarthy......................... 2002 All-Patriot League Second Team

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All-CAA First Team Ashley Flanigan.......................... 2000 Eleni Vagelatos........................... 1999 Liz Goodrich............................... 1998 All-CAA Second Team Ashley Flanigan.......................... 2001 Robyn Mincher........................... 2001 Liz Goodrich............................... 1999 Brooke Morgan.....................1997, 98 Eleni Vagelatos.....................1997, 98 Kelly Crossman....................1994, 95 Kristin Frieswyk.......................... 1993 Nicole Barrett.............................. 1992 Tracy North................................. 1992 Sarah Shapiro............................ 1992 CAA Coach of the Year Maureen Dupcak........................ 1999 Amy Umbach.............................. 1997 Academic All-Patriot League Team Kimberly Collins.............. 2011, 12, 13 Alex Lugovina........................... 2013 Samantha Marshall.................... 2013

Emily Burton............................... 2012 Paige Lin.............................. 2011, 12 Lauren Schoenberger........... 2011, 12 Bernadette Maher....................... 2011

Ashley Flanigan ‘01 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Jordan Allen................................ 2011 Laura Askinoff .....................2006, 07 Laura Barnes............2003, 04, 05, 06 Kelsey Beck................................ 2010 Caitlin Bell......................2006, 07, 08 Courtney Bennett ..........2002, 03, 04 Savannah Bentley...................... 2013 Lauren Binstein............ 2011, 12, 13 Lynn Brandon.......................2003, 04 Terese Buechli............................ 2013 Emily Burton.............2010, 11, 12, 13 Lindsay Cartin .....................2002, 04 Kimberly Collins........2010, 11, 12, 13 Rebecca Copeland...............2003, 04 Jamie Crean.........................2002, 03 Stephanie D’Andrea................... 2007 Laura Dawson................ 2011, 12, 13 Holly Deland............................... 2002 Raina Edelstein.......................... 2003 Brittany Finnegan.................2006, 07 Kathleen Finnegan.........2003, 05, 06 Hillary Flanagan......................... 2002 Allegra Formento........................ 2008 Jillian Fumai.............................. 2013 Caithlin Gorman.............2004, 06, 07 Jordan Harrington..............2012, 13 Teal Harrison.............................. 2013 Genni Hull................................... 2011 Gina Ibello......................2007, 08, 09 Tahra Johnson...............2006, 07, 08 Maeve Koch...................2008, 09, 10 Kaska Komosinski...................... 2012 Whitney Kovar..........2006, 07, 08, 09 Erika Landskroener.................... 2005 Jackie Lane..........................2007, 08 Lauren Lane.........................2006, 08

54 All-Patriot League Selections Since 2001


American University Women’s Lacrosse

All-Time Awards Robin Levine.............................. 2007 Paige Lin..................2009, 10, 11, 12 Moriah Linnell...........2003, 04, 05, 06 Nicole Lombardo.......... 2011, 12, 13 Alex Lugovina............... 2011, 12, 13 Sara Mackintosh...................2003, 04 Bernadette Maher.....2009, 10, 11, 12 Emily Maher.............................. 2011 Amanda Makoid......................... 2010 Olivia Mangan........................... 2013 Samantha Marshall..2010, 11, 12, 13 Nicole McCarthy...................2003, 04 Olivia McCarthy.......................... 2013 Erin McDevitt.............................. 2011 Bayley McDonough........ 2009, 10, 11 Maggie McEvoy.......................... 2011 Kerri McGinty........................2004, 05 Julie McKay................................ 2013 Tara Michael...................2002, 03, 04 Sarah Milewski.....................2004, 06 Robyn Mincher........................... 2003 Eliza Morgan.................. 2010, 11, 12 Alex Pauley................................ 2005 Anne Marie Person..............2006, 08 Laura Randisi............................. 2002 Olivia Reeve........................2012, 13 Emily Reichard..................... 2009, 11 Danielle Rhinehart................2006, 07 Marissa Richter....................2002, 03 Alyssa Romano..............2008, 09, 10 Mia Rosen............................ 2011, 12 Lisa Schaaf...............2007, 09, 10, 11 Lauren Schoenberger....2009, 10, 11, 12 Emily Sheehan...............2002, 03, 04 Emily Shields............................ 2012 Jamie Silverman.................2012, 13

Frankie Solomon............2008, 09, 10 Kira Sonberg............2006, 07, 08, 09 Chiara Speziale.................... 2010, 11 Emily Stankiewicz.....2009, 10, 11, 12 Kara Sullivan.............................. 2003 Kathryn Tortorici......................... 2009

Kristine Vida.............2005, 06, 07, 08 Katy Zaweski ............................. 2004

Program History Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 * 2003 * ^ % 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 * 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Overall Record 1-10 3-12 2-13 3-11 0-14 8-8 5-10 9-7 4-12 6-9 10-8 11-8 8-9 6-11 6-12 9-9 8-10 3-13 6-10 9-8 7-10 8-10

Conf. Record 0-5 (CAA) 0-6 (CAA) 0-7 (CAA) 0-7 (CAA) 0-6 (CAA) 1-5 (CAA) 0-6 (CAA) 1-5 (CAA) 0-6 (CAA) 1-5 (CAA) 5-1 (PL) 5-1 (PL) 5-1 (PL) 4-2 (PL) 3-3 (PL) 3-2 (PL) 5-1 (PL) 1-5 (PL) 3-3 (PL) 3-3 (PL) 3-3 (PL) 5-1 (PL)

* Patriot League Regular Season Champions ^ Patriot League Tournament Champions % NCAA Tournament Appearance

2003 Patriot League Champions

17 PL Academic Honor Roll Selections in 2013

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author of How Washington Works: The Executive’s Guide to Government. Dr. Kerwin is a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration; a former president of the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration; and founding chair of the Section on Public Law and Administration of the American Society for Public Administration. He received degrees from American University (BA), the University of Rhode Island (MA in political science), and Johns Hopkins University (PhD in political science).

Dr. Neil Kerwin President, American University

Dr. Cornelius M. Kerwin became American University’s 14th president in September 2007. He leads an institution of about 13,000 students, 1,300 teaching and administrative faculty, and 2,500 staff in the nation’s capital; oversees a $548 million operating budget and $434 million endowment; and in 2010, led the $200 million capital campaign to a successful conclusion of more than $213 million raised. Dr. Kerwin joined AU in 1975 and holds a faculty appointment in the School of Public Affairs, Department of Public Administration. He was dean of the School of Public Affairs from 1988 to 1997; provost from 1997 to 2005; and acting—then interim—president of American University from 2005 to 2007. A nationally recognized specialist in public policy and the regulatory process, Dr. Kerwin is actively engaged in research and periodically teaches courses in administrative process, policy implementation, and American government. He founded AU’s Center for the Study of Rulemaking and is the author of Rulemaking: How Government Agencies Write Law and Make Policy and co-

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Dr. Kerwin is a member of the board of directors of the American Council on Education (ACE), the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU), and the Greater Washington Board of Trade. He is the chair (academic year 20132014) of the Board of Trustees of the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area and chair of the Patriot League Council of Presidents. He was named a 2009 Washingtonian of the Year by Washingtonian magazine in its January 2010 issue. He was also named to the inaugural Irish Education 100 List, compiled by the Irish Voice and comprised of the 100 most influential Irish educators at colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada. Before retiring in 2007, Dr. Kerwin’s wife, Ann (BA 1971), was the director of Human Resources at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, one of the nation’s oldest museums.

President Kerwin particpates in the net cutting ceremony following the men’s basketball team’s 2008 Patriot League Championship


American University named Dr. William (Billy) Walker its 14th Director of Athletics and Recreation on February 28, 2013.

instructor, assistant wrestling coach, and director of the Fitness Testing and Evaluation Division. In 1993, he earned the Academy’s highest instructional award. In 2001, Walker was appointed “Billy Walker’s experiences, character by President Bush as the first and values are perfectly suited to build Permanent Professor of Athletics and upon AU’s record of success in athletic Physical Education. competition and in the classroom. We were impressed by his demonstrated A recognized expert in intercollegiate leadership as an administrator and his athletic issues, Walker has served as achievements as professor, department chair of the NCAA Division I Wrestling chair, and mentor of student-athletes,” Committee and is a member of the said Kerwin. “We were especially NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey struck by his belief that elite athletes Committee. An expert panelist for can also be elite scholars—a value we the U.S. Department of Education embrace at this university.” and a key participant in the merger between two lacrosse leagues, he At the Academy, Walker most recently also spearheaded the formation of the served as professor and head of the Western Wrestling Conference in 2005, Physical Education Department and and still serves as its commissioner. deputy director of athletics. He was responsible for day-to-day operations A command pilot with nearly 3,000 of the Academy’s athletic department, hours of helicopter flight time, Walker’s including 190 employees, 23 NCAA professional responsibilities have Division I Olympic sports, and a included deputy command of the 89th multifaceted program involving physical Operations Group, an organization of education, cadet fitness testing and 800 people responsible for directing evaluation, and an intramural program the safe transport of the President of for more than 4,000 cadets. the United States, Vice President, Cabinet Secretaries, members of “I’m tremendously honored to be Congress, foreign heads of state, and selected as American University’s next other dignitaries around the world. director of athletics and recreation. His roles at Andrews Air Force Base President Kerwin’s confidence in me also included commander of the 1st is truly humbling, and I can’t overstate Helicopter Squadron and experience as how appreciative I am. Everywhere a military assistant to the Presidential I’ve been on campus, I’ve met people Inaugural Committee. who are part of an integrated team of professionals. I’m thrilled to be joining A native of Wisconsin, Walker that team and I can’t wait to get to graduated from the United States Air work,” said Walker. Force Academy in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science. He earned a Master of Arts In his various appointments at the from California State University and his United States Air Force Academy, he doctorate in physical education and also served as a physical education sports administration at the University of Northern Colorado.

Billy Walker Director of Athletics and Recreation

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2014 SCHEDULE FEBRUARY

MARCH

Sat.

Sat.

1

at Johns Hopkins............................. 1 p.m.

Sun. 16 CAMPBELL......................................1 p.m.

8

at High Point..................................... 1 p.m.

Wed. 5

at Mount St. Mary’s........................ 4 p.m.

Sat.

Sat. 8

BOSTON U. *.................................. 12 p.m.

22 at UMBC............................................ 4 p.m.

Thurs. 27 RICHMOND......................................3 p.m.

Sat.

15 at Holy Cross *.................................. 4 p.m.

Wed. 19 NAVY *.............................................3 p.m. Sat. 22 OLD DOMINION..............................1 p.m. Wed. 26 GEORGE MASON............................4 p.m. Sat.

29 at Bucknell *..................................... 1 p.m.


APRIL Tues. 1

at Virginia.......................................... 7 p.m.

BOLD CAPS indicates home game

Sat.

5

LAFAYETE *...................................... 1 p.m.

* indicates Patriot League Opponent

Wed. 9

at Loyola (Md.) *.............................. 7 p.m.

Sun. 13 at Lehigh *......................................... 1 p.m. Sat.

19 COLGATE *........................................ 1 p.m.

Tues. 22 Patriot League Quarterfinals............ TBA Fri.

25 Patriot League Semifinals................. TBA

Sun. 27 Patriot League Championship.......... TBA


WIN. LEARN. LEAD.


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