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2009 BRYANT UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S SOCCER

BRYANT AT A GLANCE

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2009 QUICK FACTS ....................................................................................1 THIS IS BRYANT UNIVERSITY ........................................................2-11 THIS IS BRYANT UNIVERSITY ....................................................................2-3 THIS IS BRYANT ATHLETICS ......................................................................4-5 FACILITIES ................................................................................................6-7 ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION ......................................................................8-9 LIFE SKILLS/STUDENT-ATHLETE ENRICHMENT ............................................10 MEDIA INFORMATION ..............................................................................11 2009 SEASON PREVIEW ..........................................................................12 HEAD COACH CHRIS FLINT ......................................................................13 ASSISTANT COACH CHRISTINA MACIEL ......................................................14 ROSTER ....................................................................................................15 MEET THE BULLDOGS ........................................................................16-20 THE NEWCOMERS ..............................................................................21-22 2008 RESULTS AND STATISTICS ................................................................23 WOMEN’S SOCCER RECORD BOOK ............................................................24

DIRECTIONS TO THE BRYANT SOCCER COMPLEX Bryant University is easily accessible from major highways, Logan Airport in Boston and T.F. Green Airport in Warwick, R.I. The University is just 15 minutes from Providence, one hour from Boston and three hours from New York City. To reach Bryant, take Interstate 95 to Interstate 295. Take Exit 8B off I-295 and follow Route 7 North for one mile to the University entrance on the left. Turn right into the parking lot toward Bulldog Stadium. The Bryant Soccer Complex is adjacent to the football stadium.

ON THE COVERS

Senior captains Alex DiPippo and Molly Wallace are featured on the front cover of the 2009 media guide. Seniors Katie Mitchell, Ashley Montgomery, Holly Tyser and Brianne Lustenring are featured on the back cover. Cover designs by Brian Bruce.

General Information Location ........................................ Smithfield, R.I. 02917 Founded ...................................................................... 1863 Enrollment.................................................................. 3,200 President ................................ Hon. Ronald K. Machtley Director of Athletics ........................................ Bill Smith Colors................................................ Black, Gold & White Nickname.............................................................. Bulldogs Affiliation ................................................ NCAA Division I Conference .................................................. Independent (Northeast Conference, 2012-13) Stadium ................................................................ Turf Field Surface/Capacity ........................ Turf/500 (lights) Website ................................ www.bryantbulldogs.com Coaching Staff Head Coach ................ Chris Flint (Colby College ’92) Record at Bryant .................. 101-64-18 (9 years) Career Record .................... 127-91-26 (13 years) Asst. Coach .................... Christina Maciel (Bryant ’04) Athletic Trainer ...................................... Andy O’Donnell Team Information 2009 Captains ......................................Alex DiPippo ’10 ........................................................ Molly Wallace ’10 2008 Record .............................................................. 5-9-3 Home I Away I Neutral ...................... 1-0-0 I 4-9-3 I 0-0-0 First Varsity Season.................................................... 1979 All-Time Record........................ 182-268-35 (30 years) Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................................13/9 Starters Returning/Lost .............................................. 9/4 Newcomers ...................................................................... 12 Roster by Year (Sr./Jr./So./Fr.) ........................6/2/5/12 Athletic Communications Assoc. A.D./External Relations.................. Jason Sullivan Office Phone ........................................ (401) 232-6072 Email..................................................jsulliva@bryant.edu Assistant Director ........................................Allie Weinberger Office Phone........................................ (401) 232-6558 Email.......................................... aweinbe1@bryant.edu Communications Assistant (Contact) ........Brian Bruce Office Phone............................(401) 232-6000 x20113 Cell Phone ................................................(607) 745-6093 Email ....................................................bbruce@bryant.edu Office Fax .............................................. (401) 232-6076 Dir. of Marketing/Promotions ...................... Jane Donahue Athletic Administration Associate A.D. ............................................ John Ruppert Director of Compliance ..........................Beth Wandyes Head Athletic Trainer ........................ Patrick O’Sullivan Team Physicians ...................... Michael Feldman, M.D. .............................................. Jonathan Gastel, M.D. Equipment Manager .................................. Angelo Caliri

The 2009 Bryant University women’s soccer media guide is published by the Department of Athletics in conjunction with the office of university relations. This publication was written and designed by Brian Bruce, Athletic Communications Assistant. Editorial assistance provided by Jason Sullivan, Allie Weinberger, Chris Flint and Christina Maciel. Photography by David Silverman. Inside cover photos courtesy of The Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau with photography by Michael Melford, Marianne Groszko and Jason Sullivan. Printing by Minuteman Press.

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bryant Bryant University: The Character of n a world where change is the only constant, it takes more than ambition to succeed.

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At Bryant University, you’ll gain an education in personal effectiveness and professional vision. You will study where practice and theory intersect, where experience is your teacher, where character and success go hand in hand. You’ll explore the arts and humanities and step outside the box. You’ll learn to see solutions where others see problems. You’ll come to embrace classic words like “integrity” and “responsibility,” because at Bryant they’ve always been important. You’ll master the technology of today to change tomorrow. You’ll be firmly planted in your chosen field and thoroughly prepared to bend when the winds of change blow. You’ll create new ways of doing business and apply them to the business of life. FOCUSING ON THE BEST BUSINESS PRACTICES Adaptability, change, innovation — these are the hallmarks of the Bryant academic program. Your path to leadership starts with an education in excellence.

“No. 2 Most Wired Campus” — The Princeton Review on Forbes.com

Our state-of-the-art curriculum has been designed to meet the needs of the 21st-century workplace and offers a broadbased education through 15 undergraduate programs in business, technology and liberal arts. You can expand your options by pursuing any one of 18 minors in a variety of leading-edge disciplines, such as biotechnology, environmental science, women’s studies and international business.

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Excellence and a commitment to teaching the best business practices have defined a Bryant education throughout its history — we were one of the first universities in New England to offer a financial services concentration, a program now considered among the best of its kind. THE GEORGE E. BELLO CENTER FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Opening in September 2002, this state-of-the-art addition to the Bryant campus houses the extensive collection of the Douglas and Judith Krupp Library, as well as group and individual study areas, electronic classrooms, a digital library, a trading room that simulates real-world financial trading conditions, a cybercafe and a wireless environment with more than 450 data ports for students’ computers. AN IDEAL LOCATION Bryant’s location in Smithfield, RI, will connect you with a wealth of personal and professional opportunities. Nicknamed “The Ocean State,” Rhode Island is brimming with dining, entertainment and recreation along its more than 400 miles of coastline and 100-plus beaches. Only 15 minutes from campus, the state capital of Providence is easily accessible and provides numerous career and internship opportunities and is a Renaissance City rich in culture and American history. And what could be better than living at a university that puts you in touch with the major metropolitan areas of the east? At only one hour from Boston and three hours from New York City, Bryant is within range of Fortune 500 corporations, professional sports teams, nationally recognized museums, theatres and cultural institutions across the Northeast.

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University Listed in The Princeton Review’s “Top 361 Colleges in America.”

QUICK FACTS

Ninety-eight percent of all full-time, tenured and tenure-track faculty have earned a Ph.D. or the highest designation in their field.

Rated a “Best Buy” in higher education by Barron’s. Bryant University fosters and promotes a great deal of personal interaction between students and faculty, with class sizes averaging 28 students and a student-to-faculty ratio of 16:1.

The University’s new Communications Complex houses a television studio that is equipped with state-of-the-art digital editing technology and the best production equipment and facilities available. It is also the home of Bryant’s studentrun radio station, “WIMF: The Beat of Bryant.”

Bryant’s residence halls and townhouses provide an environment that fosters intellectual, social and personal growth. Eighty-three percent of students live on campus.

Bryant University is accredited by: The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) In 2008, Bryant was visited by a pair of former U.S. presidents. Bill Clinton spoke to the student body in February, while George H. W. Bush delivered the commencement address in May 2008.

The Associated to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)* The Association of American College and Universities (AACU) * Less than 10 percent of business schools worldwide are given this accreditation.

TYPE OF SCHOOL: Private/Independent FOUNDED: 1863 CAMPUS: 420 acres, located 12 miles northwest of Providence, 50 miles from Boston and 195 miles from New York City UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT: 3,200 full-time and part-time undergrads, representing 31 states and 32 countries GRADUATE ENROLLMENT: Over 400 full-time and part-time graduate students in three master’s programs LIVING ARRANGEMENTS: Housing is guaranteed for four years UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS College of Arts and Sciences B.S. in Actuarial Mathematics B.A. in Applied Economics B.S. in Applied Mathematics and Statistics B.A. in Applied Psychology B.A. in Communication B.A. in Liberal Arts Economics English Global Studies History International Studies History International Studies Literary and Cultural Studies Politics and Law B.A. in Global Studies B.A. in History B.A. in Literary and Cultural Studies B.A. in Politics and Law B.A. in Sociology College of Business B.S. in Business Administration Accounting Accounting Information Systems Applied Actuarial Mathematics Computer Information Systems Finance Financial Services Management Marketing B.S. in Information Technology B.S. in International Business Special programs for academic credit: Honors Program, Internships, Study Abroad, Army ROTC, Learning for Leadership ATHLETICS: NCAA Division I transitional member; Set to become 12th member the Northeast Conference in 2012-13; 11 varsity sports for men and 11 for women

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MEN’S SPORTS Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Lacrosse Soccer Swimming Tennis Indoor Track and Field Outdoor Track and Field

WOMEN’S SPORTS Basketball Cross Country Field Hockey Lacrosse Soccer Softball Swimming Tennis Indoor Track and Field Outdoor Track and Field Volleyball

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On the field, bountiful Bulldog teams and individuals have qualified for a number of NCAA Championships. In its final four years of Division II competition, 55 teams qualified for the postseason, including all 22 sports in the Bulldogs’ unprecedented 2007-08 campaign. Six teams captured Northeast-10 Conference titles in Bryant’s final year of Division II play, three of them winning both the regular season and the league tournament. In 2007-08, Bryant athletic teams made 16 NCAA Tournament appearances, featured seven AllAmerica picks, 15 all-region selections, 60 allconference accolades, two conference Coach of the Year honors, two tournament MVPs and one conference Player of the Year en route to its fourth Northeast-10 President’s Cup Trophy in the last five years. That year alone, the Bulldogs boasted 24 academic all-conference selections.

Athletics in 2008-09, and to amazing results. With each of Bryant’s 22 programs earning its first Division I win, the Bulldogs knocked off teams from the Big East, Ivy League, America East, Patriot League, ACC, Atlantic 10 and CAA en route to a truly impressive year, both on the field and off. Four teams would finish .500 or better, including football, baseball and men’s lacrosse, while golf took first place at the New England Championships. The men’s lacrosse program received votes in both national polls while 124 student-athletes were named to the Northeast Conference Academic Honor Roll. Bryant will continue DI competition during its fouryear reclassification period before becoming a full member of the NEC in 2012-13. Bryant offers 22 varsity sports, with its most recent addition to the Bulldog community coming in 2005 with the debut of men’s and women’s swimming. In addition to its intercollegiate sports programs, Bryant also offers 11 club sports teams and a popular intramural program throughout the academic year.

The University saw the men’s lacrosse team earn a national No. 1 ranking in its final year of Division II, while women’s soccer enjoyed its highest national ranking in program history, grabbing the No. 2 spot. Other nationally ranked teams in 2007-08 included baseball, field hockey and men’s tennis. The Bulldogs opened up a new era of Bryant

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athletics Bryant University has produced 63 All-Americans over its Division II history.

Of those All-Americans, 28 of them were recognized as First Team selections.

Seven Bulldogs have earned Academic All-America honors.

Bryant has brought 44 regular-season conference titles back to campus.

The Bulldogs have won 41 conference tournaments since co-founding the NE-10.

Bryant student-athletes have earned 92 team and individual NCAA tournament berths.

Why is his name tupper? Tupper, the Bryant University bulldog mascot, was named after Earl Tupper, president and founder of the Tupperware Corporation. Mr. Tupper donated his 220acre Smithfield farm estate to what was then Bryant College on October 24, 1967. Tupper, who had originally planned to sell his estate, was so impressed with Bryant that he decided to donate the land instead, allowing Bryant to move from its original location on Providence’s East Side to its current Smithfield, R.I. residence. Originally nicknamed the Indians, Bryant became the Bulldogs in 1995. Out of appreciation for Earl Tupper and his generosity, when the school made the move, Tupper the Bulldog was born.

Bryant student-athletes have won eight ECAC Championships among seven different sports.

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facilities BRYANT TURF COMPLEX

HOME OF BRYANT FIELD HOCKEY, LACROSSE & SOCCER

highlight of Bryant University’s stellar athletic facilities, the Bryant Turf Complex was completed in 2006 to provide a new home for Bulldog field hockey, men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s lacrosse.

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Made from Sprinturf technology, the field provides a consistent G-max level that trumps even the most prestine of natural grass fields. The playing surface is surrounded by a state-of-the-art track, rennovated in 2006 as part of the Turf Field project, which houses both the men’s and women’s track and field programs, while the field also serves as a practice facility for a number of Bryant teams. With the recent addition of stadium lights, the Complex also allows for athletic practice and competition throughout the seasons. A new scoreboard provides the Bulldogs with timing and scoring not just for field hockey, soccer and lacrosse, but also for track timing up to eight lanes. Meanwhile, Bryant’s recently installed bleachers accomodate its many fans — the Bulldogs drew a crowd of over 1,000 for its men’s lacrosse contest against crosstown Brown University in 2009. The Bryant Turf Complex is located adjacent to Bulldog Stadium, and the complex shares the stadium’s concourse, training room, concession stand and restrooms. An upgrade to the stadium’s concourse, completed in 2009, also gives Turf Field teams new and improved locker rooms of their own inside the complex, offering cutting edge video technology, coaches lockers and comfortable and accomodating team rooms. In addition to serving as the home of Bryant field hockey, soccer and lacrosse, the Bryant Turf Complex has played host to the Rhode Island Special Olympics, Relay for Life and several conference and NCAA championships.

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The Elizabeth and Malcolm Chace Wellness & Athletic Center serves as the hub for the entire department of athletics. This 9,000-square foot facility houses Bryant’s fully resurfaced basketball and volleyball courts, the fitness center, Jarvis Varsity Weight Room, pool, excercise studio and two practice courts, and is also home to the athletic department staff.

The Fitness Center was completed in 2001 and is modeled after private-sector health clubs, featuring stateof-the-art selectorized circuit machines, treadmills, elliptical cross trainers, recumbent and virtual reality bikes, as well as lifecycles, rowing machines and stairsteppers.

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bulldog Hon. Ronald K. Machtley Bryant University President

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nder the leadership of President Ronald K. Machtley, Bryant University has evolved into one of the most progressive and leading institutions of higher learning in New England.

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Hardly a president who remains behind the scenes when it comes to intercollegiate athletics, Machtley — a former collegiate student-athlete in his own right — has been an ardent supporter of Bulldog sports since becoming the University’s seventh president in 1996. Mr. Machtley’s “New Century Plan For Excellence” initiated the most significant enhancements to the Bryant campus and community since the university’s move to Smithfield, and athletics was no exception. His New Century Plan saw the Bulldogs’ varsity athletics program expand to 22 teams with the addition of football, field hockey, men’s and women’s lacrosse, and in 2005 men’s and women’s swimming. The addition of the new varsity programs brought about an overhaul of the university’s athletics facilities as well. These renovations are highlighted by the construction of Bulldog Stadium, which serves as the home of the Bryant football, soccer and lacrosse teams, as well as state-of-the-art fields for baseball, softball and field hockey. Changes to Bulldog athletics also inspired and supported the introduction of the Wellness Center, which provides Bryant with a health and fitness center that is second to none. Before assuming the presidency at Bryant in June of 1996, Mr. Machtley was best known as one of Rhode Island’s leading public servants. He served

as a member of the United States House of Representatives from 1988 to 1995 and was a member of the House Armed Services Committee. He was also the ranking Republican on the Small Business Committee’s Minority Enterprise, Finance and Urban Development Subcommittee and cofounder of the first House Working Group on Mental Health. As a reflection of the esteem in which his congressional colleagues held him, Mr. Machtley was elected president of his congressional class during each of his terms in the House. Upon completion of his term in Congress, Mr. Machtley served as a partner in the international telecommunications law firm Wilkinson, Barker, Knauer & Quinn in Washington, D.C. He is admitted to practicing law in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Florida. President Machtley is a 1970 graduate of the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. He earned a juris doctorate from Suffolk University in 1978 and served on active duty in the United States Navy. Mr. Machtley also completed 25 years of service as a captain in the U.S. Naval Reserves. He was a member of the board of visitors of the United States Naval Academy from 1992 to 1995 and currently serves on the boards of several corporations, as well as on the boards of many civic and charitable organizations. President Machtley and his wife, Kati, have two children and reside on the Bryant campus with their two dogs, Sandy and Paddington. Their son, Todd, is an undergraduate at Muhlenberg College. Their daughter, Erin, graduated from Villanova University in 1998.

BILL SMITH Director of Athletics ill Smith came to Bryant University in August of 2006, after spending eight years at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. He joined the Iowa State athletic department as compliance director in 1998 before being promoted to associate athletic director in 2002 and then senior associate athletic director in 2005.

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At Iowa State, Smith managed oversight responsibilities for compliance, academic services, sports medicine, athletic training and strength and conditioning. Under his leadership and direction, Iowa State successfully developed an Academic Plan for Student-Athlete Academic Services, resulting in ISU's 89 percent

student-athlete graduation rate. A total of 290 student-athletes have earned Big 12 Conference Honor Roll recognition since 2001. While serving as compliance coordinator at ISU, Smith was appointed chair of the Big 12 Conference compliance coordinators group. During that time, he was also a member of the University's steering committee for NCAA Certification. Prior to joining the Iowa State staff, Smith served as executive associate director for compliance and championships for the Patriot League for one year. In that role, he managed 19 conference events, was the conference's

primary liaison with all coaches’ groups and directed league-wide compliance education programs. A native of Auburn, NY, Smith graduated from Colgate University in 1990 with a bachelor's degree in political science. During his time at Colgate, Smith played both football and lacrosse (1985-89) and was awarded the Tom Dodge Award in 1989 for exemplifying outstanding effort, determination and performance. Smith and his wife, Maura, have four children: Molly, Liam, Daniel and Marin.

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administration INSIDE THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

COACHES & ADMINISTRATORS

ARCHIE BOULET

MARY BURKE

ANGELO CALIRI

KATIE CAMERON

BARBARA CILLI

JENNIFER DIPRETE

Head Coach Men’s Golf

Head Coach Women’s Basketball

Operations/ Equipment Manager

Head Coach Swimming

Head Coach Women’s Tennis

Health & Wellness Coordinator

MARTY FINE

CHRIS FLINT

THERESA GARLACY

RON GENDRON

KAREN HEALEY

TIM O’SHEA

Head Coach Football

Head Coach Women’s Soccer

Head Coach Volleyball

Head Coach Men’s Tennis

Head Coach Women’s Lacrosse

Head Coach Men’s Basketball

JAMIE PINZINO

MIKE PRESSLER

SEAMUS PURCELL

STEPHANIE REILLY

JOHN RUPPERT

SHAUNESSY SAUCIER

Head Coach Baseball

Head Coach Men’s Lacrosse

Head Coach Men’s Soccer

Head Coach XC/Track & Field

Associate Director of Athletics

Head Coach Field Hockey

RAY SAVNER

JASON SULLIVAN

KELLEY TIARKS

LISA-ANN WALLACE

BETHANY WANDYES

Operations/ Concessions Manager

Associate AD/ External Relations

Life Skills Coordinator

Head Coach Softball

ALLIE WEINBERGER

Director of Compliance/SWA

Assistant Director of Athletic Communications

ATHLETIC TRAINING PATRICK O’SULLIVAN Head Athletic Trainer Saint Bonaventure ’00

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING MELANIE GRAN

JILLEYAN HOFFMAN

Assistant Athletic Trainer St. Andrew’s Presbyterian ’02

Assistant Athletic Trainer

TIM BRIEN

Kings College ’06 JMU ’08

Strength & Conditioning Coach University of Rhode Island ’02

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STUDENT-ATHLETE ENRICHMENT ryant University is a recognized member of the NCAA’s CHAMPS/Life Skills Program. The program is designed to provide student-athletes with an enriched co-curricular experience, while assisting them in their pursuit of excellence in the classroom, on the playing field and in the community. The areas of focus for the life skills program are:

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ACADEMICS, ACHIEVEMENT AND MENTORSHIP Student-athletes face many unique challenges in the areas of time management, study skills development, course balance and selection, and utilization of campus resources. The University and the department of athletics are sensitive to the high standards of success we expect from our student-athletes, and the support and mentorship provided to them is designed to enhance time management and study skill strategies, better preparing them for success. We also utilize tracking methods to ensure that all student-athletes are taking full advantage of the academic resources provided by the University. The mentorship of our student-athletes is designed to supplement — not replace —the academic advising offered by Undergraduate Programs. Additionally, all student-athletes are encouraged to develop relationships with the faculty and take advantage of the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) and the Writing Center on a weekly basis. ACE offers a variety of academic support resources, including learning skills assessments, learning labs, free tutoring services and learning specialists. In addition to ACE, study halls are mandatory for all freshmen student-athletes, as well as any upperclassmen with cumulative GPAs of 2.39 or below. Bryant student-athletes have a long record of demonstrated academic success: almost half of our studentathletes earned a GPA of 3.0 or above last semester, while more than 30 percent made Dean’s List. The University’s Chi Alpha Sigma chapter recognizes junior and senior student-athletes who achieve excellence in the classroom (minimum 3.4 GPA), in the community and in the playing arena. PERSONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT College life is a new experience. Bryant addresses the added demands for student-athletes in the areas of social pressures, academics and the transition to a higher level of athletic competition. Educational speakers focus on social issues (substance abuse, gambling, sexual as-

sault and self-esteem), health and wellness issues, academic preparedness and campus community leadership. Value-based choices and the development of character are important components of the educational experience. CAREER ENHANCEMENT Student-athletes have a unique co-curricular experience that emphasizes leadership, initiative, teamwork, goal setting, goal achievement and extensive time management. This component of the life skills program focuses on student-athletes taking advantage of all of these tools in their career search and in the workplace. COMMUNITY SERVICE Community service programs coordinated by the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and the Peer Mentor Programs are opportunities to experience personal growth and development, as well as give back to the community at-large. Prospective members of Chi Alpha Sigma must fulfill induction requirements that include demonstrating positive community leadership and completing significant community service hours and projects.

Bryant student‑athletes posted a 2.97 overall GPA — the highest in school history Seven programs posted team GPAs better than a 3.0 for the academic year Nine programs posted team GPAs better than a 3.0 for the fall semester Eight programs posted team GPAs better than a 3.0 for the spring semester Four student‑athletes achieved 4.0 GPAs in one or both semesters 283 athletes were awarded Dean’s List honors throughout the fall and spring semesters 124 student‑athletes were named to the Northeast Conference Academic Honor Roll 193 student‑athletes, 43 percent, exceeded the GPA of the overall student population 191 student‑athletes, 42 percent, maintained GPAs at or above a 3.0 112 student‑athletes have cumulative GPAs at or above a 3.2, while 10 percent boast cumulative averages at or above a 3.5

ATHLETIC SUCCESS As we endeavor to support our athletic program’s success on the playing field, Bryant University employs targeted programming in team leadership, communication, team chemistry and sports psychology as areas of focus. Additionally, the continued development of SAAC and its goal of garnering community support for all programs will continue to foster a sense of Bryant spirit and pride.

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media information

BRYANT UNIVERSITY WELCOMES COVERAGE OF ALL ITS HOME SPORTING EVENTS FROM ACCREDITED WRITERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS & BROADCAST OUTLETS.

Media Contacts Athletic Communications: The Bryant University athletic communications office is located on the second floor of the Chace Athletic Center.

Credentials: Media credentials for all Bryant home games can be obtained by contacting the Athletic Communications Office in writing or by telephone. Credentials will be left at will call. Jason Sullivan Associate A.D./External Relations Office: (401) 232-6072 Cell: (401) 255-7137 Fax: (401) 232-6361 Email: jsulliva@bryant.edu

Allison Weinberger Asst. Director of Athletic Communications Office: (401) 232-6558 Cell: (484) 894-1525 Fax: (401) 232-6076 Email: aweinbe1@bryant.edu

Brian Bruce / Communications Assistant Office: (401) 232-6000 (x20113) / Email: bbruce@bryant.edu Radio: Radio stations planning to broadcast Bryant home contests must make arrangements with the Athletic Communications Office at least two weeks prior to the requested game. Telephone lines will be supplied by the university, provided the requested notice is given. All calls must be made either on a collect or calling card basis. Press Row Services: The Bryant Athletic Communications Office will provide a game program, current press release, pregame statistics and game notes prior to each contest. A full boxscore, play-by-play, shot chart and other applicable game material will be distributed at halftime and at the end of the game. Postgame Interviews: Bryant University’s locker rooms are closed to all media. A 10-minute cooling off period will be strictly enforced, after which the Bryant head coach and requested players will be made available to the media. Postgame interviews will be conducted outside each team’s respective locker room. Requests for visiting coaches and players should be made through the opponent’s sports information contact.

NEWSPAPERS

BROADCAST OUTLETS

Providence Journal 75 Fountain Street Providence, RI Phone: (401) 277-7340 Fax: (401) 277-7444 www.projo.com

WJAR-TV Channel 10 (NBC) 23 Kenney Drive Cranston, RI Phone: (401) 455-9105 Fax: (401) 455-9140

Woonsocket Call 75 Main Street Woonsocket, RI 02895 Phone: (401) 767-8548 Fax: (401) 765-2834 www.woonsocketcall.com Smithfield Observer P.O. Box 950 Greenville, RI 02828 Phone: (401) 949-2420 Boston Globe 135 Morrissey Boulevard Boston, MA 02107 Phone: (617) 929-2860 Fax: (617) 929-2872 Boston Herald One Herald Square Boston, MA 02106 Phone: (617) 426-3008 Fax: (617) 542-1314

FROM BOSTON AND POINTS NORTH Take Interstate 95 South to Interstate 295 South. Take Exit 8B off of I-295 onto Route 7 North. Continue on Route 7 North for one mile. The University is on Route 7 on the left.

TICKET INFORMATION Alumni/Adults $6 Non-Bryant Students $ 3 Senior Citizens $3 BU Students (with ID) Free Children (under 10) Free (football : $8 GA / $12 reserved)

FROM NEW YORK CITY AND POINTS SOUTH Take Interstate 95 North to Interstate 295 North. Take Exit 8B off of I-295 onto Route 7 North. Continue on Route 7 North for one mile. The University is on Route 7 on the left.

FROM POINTS WEST Take Interstate 90 East to Exit 10A onto Route 146 South. Take Route 146 South to Interstate 295 South. Take Exit 8B off of I-295 onto Route 7 North. Continue on Route 7 North for one mile. The University is on Route 7 on the left.

Cox Communications 9 J.P. Morgan Highway West Warwick, RI 02893 Phone: (401) 821-1919 ext. 361 Fax: (401) 828-3835 WOON-1240 AM Radio 1 Social Street Woonsocket, RI 02895 Phone: (401) 762-1240 Fax: (401)769-8232 www.onworldwide.com

Associated Press 10 Dorrance Street Providence, RI 02903 Phone: (401) 274-2270 Fax: (401) 272-5644

Media Work Room: Space will be available for media members who need to file postgame reports. There is ample work space with power outlets, telephones and internet access.

Bryant University is easily accessible from major highways, T.F. Green Airport in Warwick, RI, and Logan Airport in Boston. Bryant is located on Route 7 in Smithfield, RI, just 15 minutes from Providence, one hour from Boston and three hours from New York City.

WLNE-TV Channel 6 (ABC) 10 Orms Street Providence, RI 02903 Phone: (401) 453-8038 Fax: (401) 331-4431

WIRE SERVICE

Player Interviews: Interviews other than those immediately following the game must be arranged through a member of the athletic communications staff, who will coordinate a time as to not interfere with the student’s academic schedule.

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WPRI-TV Channel 12 (CBS) 25 Catamore Boulevard East Providence, RI 02914 Phone: (401) 438-3310 Fax: (401) 431-1012

Tickets are available on game day. To reserve your tickets ahead of time, call (401) 232-6513 to purchase advance tickets using American Express, Visa or MasterCard.

FROM PROVIDENCE AND POINTS EAST Take Route 6 East to Interstate 295 North. Take Exit 8B off of I-295 onto Route 7 North. Continue on Route 7 North for one mile. The University is on Route 7 on the left.

BY AIR T.F. Green Airport in Warwick, RI, is located 20 minutes from the Bryant campus and serves all major airlines. The Bryant campus is located one hour from Logan Airport in Boston, Mass. Public transportation is easily accessible from Boston to Providence.

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2009 SEASON PREVIEW

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fter becoming the first team at Bryant University to record a Division I victory, a 3-2 overtime win overNorthern Colorado on Aug. 22, 2008, the Bryant women's soccer team finished off its inaugural DI season by winning three of its final four contests, going 4-2-1 over its final seven. In 2009, the Bulldogs will look to utilize the experience they gained in 2008 to pick up right where they left off. After a long and difficult travel schedule, the Bulldogs finished 2008 with a 5-9-3 record, including a perfect 2-0-1 versus Northeast Conference opponents. This season, the team will play a 19-game schedule that includes 10 home games and a full NEC slate. The Bulldogs will also face three NCAA tournament participants in Central Connecticut, Fairfield and Boston University. Taking it to the next level will be the theme of the year for the Bulldogs this season, as they look to replace a strong graduating class, including All-American and 2007 NE-10 Defensive Player of the Year Danielle Malta, midfield captain Amy Orzechowski, and goalkeepers Jessica Clark and Jessica Neales. In 2009, the Bulldogs will look to not just compete in the NEC, but to play at a high level and contend at the next level of play.

FORWARDS Head coach Chris Flint should have the experience he needs at the forward position this year and hopes to get plenty of contributions from three-year starter and former all-region selection Holly Tyser (Somers, Conn.). Tyser has scored 24 points in her 63-game career (9 goals, 6 assists) and hopes to add to those numbers in her final campaign. The Bulldogs also return sophomore Kaitlyn Hinck (Bow, N.H.) to their arsenal of forwards. Last season, Hinck led the team in points (13), goals (6) and game-winning goals (3). The battle for the third forward spot will be between sophomore Amanda Worrall (Hamilton Square, N.J.) and freshmen Morgan Derick (Ashland, Mass.), Bianca Gallo (Peabody, Mass.), Jennifer Harding (Lancaster, Mass.) and Krista Johnstone (Dover, N.H.).

MIDFIELD Senior captain and three-year starter Alex DiPippo (Shelton, Conn.) returns to the Bulldogs this year to anchor the midfield. DiPippo will look to control the game’s tempo and be a team leader from the midfield position. DiPippo has played in 65 games in her career and tallied 21 points (10 goals, 1 assist). She has become one of the major playmakers for the Bulldogs and will be looked upon to take on the same role in 2009. Along with DiPippo, the Bulldogs return junior starter Sarah Donovan (Storrs, Conn.). Donovan was second on the team in points last season with 11 coming off three goals and a team-high five assists. She started in 16-of-17 games last season and appeared in all 24 games as a freshman. 12

Sophomore Natalie Wooster (Monument, Colo.) and freshmen Alex Bengston (Andover, Mass.), Elizabeth Gaines (East Longmeadow, Mass.), Regan Marin (Bedford, N.Y.) and Alison Melley (Centerville, Mass.) will battle it out for the two remaining midfield slots.

DEFENSE The backline for the Bulldogs has big shoes to fill with the graduation of Malta. In 2009, senior captain Molly Wallace (Sandwich, Mass.) will look to fill that spot after spending three years at Malta’s side. Wallace has played in 64 games throughout her career and recorded four points on four assists as a defender. Wallace and the Bulldog defense will play a vital role in the Bulldogs’ success this season. Alongside Wallace will be junior Steph Del Mistro (East Williston, N.Y.). Del Mistro looks to follow up a breakout sophomore season where she finished third on the team in points with seven, scoring two goals and dishing out three assists. She also tallied the game winner in the Bulldogs’ lone home game last season, a 1-0 win over Cornell. Del Mistro has appeared in 30 games in her career and looks to continue her success at the Division I level. Sophomore Mary Green (Merrick, N.Y.) also looks to be a favorite for the backline, starting 16-of-17 games last season. Seniors Brianne Lustenring (Massapequa, N.Y.) and Ashley Montgomery (Hollis, Maine) will both look for valuable minutes on the backline in 2009. Sophomore Kalie Whitehouse (Braintree, Mass.) as well as freshmen Kaitlyn Fare (Milstone Township, N.J.), Carolyn Giuliano (Wethersfield, Conn.) and Marissa Slayton (Auburn, N.Y.) will all compete for playing time of their own.

GOALKEEPERS Senior Katie Mitchell (Deer Park, N.Y.) will see the majority of action between the pipes after splitting time with 2009 graduates Clark and Neales the last two seasons. Mitchell has posted good numbers over her career and looks to do the same in 2009. She has recorded 66 saves and seven wins, five of which were shutouts, in her 24game career. Mitchell recorded the school’s first Division I win in net for the Bulldogs in a 3-2 overtime victory over Northern Colorado in 2008. Freshman Kelsi Jacob (Mahwah, N.J.) will be looking to share time and compete with Mitchell for the starting goalkeeper spot. 2009 Bryant University Women’s Soccer


MEET THE COACHES

CHRIS FLINT HEAD COACH

10TH SEASON

COLBY COLLEGE ’92

ne of the most respected and well-regarded coaches in New England, Bryant University head women's soccer coach Chris Flint has built the Bulldog program into one of the region's best over the past nine seasons.

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Entering his 10th season at the helm of the women’s soccer program, Flint has compiled a record of 101-64-18 at Bryant. Leading the Bulldogs into their inaugural season of Division I play, Flint guided the squad to a 5-9-3 record, including wins over Northern Colorado, Wagner, NJIT, Cornell and Quinnipiac. The Colby College graduate won his 100th game with the Bulldogs on Oct. 24, 2008 in a 1-0 victory over Cornell. In 2009, Flint will lead the team into their second season of a four-year transition period to the Division I level. Bryant University will a become full member of the Northeast Conference in 2012-13. Under Flint’s direction, the Bulldogs have produced 13 or more wins six times in his nine-year career. In 2007, Bryant set a program record with 17 victories and received its second-consecutive and third-overall NCAA tournament berth (2001, 2006, 2007). The 2007 season was also the second-straight appearance in the NE-10 tournament finals. During the course of the season, Bryant reached a No. 2 national ranking, thanks in part to a 2-1 win over nationally-ranked Franklin Pierce.

as well as a pair of NE10 Defensive Players of the Year (Hannah Sandrowski 2005, Malta, 2007). To go along with his 100-plus victories at Bryant, Flint registered a 64-37-11 record in a tough Northeast-10 Conference. With all his success, it comes as no surprise that Flint himself has two Northeast-10 Conference Coach of the Year awards, as well as a pair of regional Coach of the Year awards (2001 and 2007). Flint was also named the NEWISA Coach of the Year in 2001. Flint came to Bryant after spending four seasons as head coach at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. After going 3-14-0 in his first year, Flint led the Trailblazers to their first winning campaign in five seasons with a 10-8-0 showing in 1998. His squad finished the 1999 season with a 9-9-1 overall record, including two wins against teams that reached the NCAA tournament.

Flint and the 2007 Bulldogs placed two standouts, thenjunior defender Danielle Malta and then-senior midfielder Tricia Spada, on the NSCAA All-American First Team, while Malta was also named an Academic All-American. Five players were named all-conference and all-region selections as the Bulldogs finished the year ranked No. 13 nationally.

Before joining the staff at MCLA, Flint spent one year as a graduate assistant men's soccer coach at Springfield College, having also worked as an assistant baseball coach at St. Thomas Aquinas High School (Dover, N.H.) and as an assistant soccer and alpine ski coach at Dover (N.H.) High School. He also served as the Girls' Director of Coaching for the Rhode Island Olympic Development Program in 2004 and 2005.

In 2006, Flint guided the Bulldogs to a then-school record 15 wins, including an appearance in the NE-10 Championship and an NCAA tournament berth. Four players earned all-conference honors, including Casey Grange, who set school records for goals in a season (19) and career (40). Grange became the first Bulldog to score 100 career points and was the first to earn an All-American selection.

Flint is a 1992 graduate of Colby College, where he was a standout for the White Mule soccer team. Flint led Colby in scoring in three of his four seasons and was an All-New England selection as a junior. Earning his undergraduate degree in business administration, Flint added a master's degree in sport management from Springfield College in 1995. Flint also holds a premier coaching diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

Just three years into his tenure at Bryant, Flint coached the Bulldogs to the first back-to-back winning seasons in school history (13-8 in 2001 and 8-6-3 in 2002). Under Flint’s tutelage, Bryant earned its first-ever national ranking and NCAA berth (both in 2001). In his career, he has coached 25 all-conference and 21 all-region selections,

Originally from Brookline, N.H., Flint and his wife, Karen, have two sons, Andrew (11) and Tucker (8), and reside in Barrington, R.I.

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MEET THE COACHES

CHRISTINA MACIEL ASSISTANT COACH

3RD SEASON

hristina Maciel enters her third season as the assistant women's soccer coach at Bryant University, returning to her alma matar to help guide the Bulldogs into Division I.

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Before returning to her alma mater, Maciel spent two years as the head women's soccer coach at Dean College. Previously the assistant coach, Maciel took over the head position in December of 2004. Under her tutelage, the program saw 12 players receive all-region honors and two named Dean College Female Athlete of the Year. Maciel has established a name for herself in both the club and Olympic Development Program circuits in Rhode Island. This fall, she will enter her eighth season with the

BRYANT ‘04 Rhode Island ODP program, where for the past seven years she has worked with several age groups and trained goalkeepers. Throughout the past nine years, Maciel has taken an active role on the Rhode Island club soccer scene, holding coaching positions with the Rhode Island Rays and Bayside F.C. Maciel currently serves as the Director of Coaching for Tidal Wave S.C. In her tenure as a player at Bryant, Maciel was the recipient of the Northeast-10 Conference Rookie of the Week and NE-10 Player of the Week awards in her freshman and junior years. Her team appeared in two conference tournaments and was the first squad in program history to qualify for the NCAA tournament, accomplished in 2001. Maciel graduated from Bryant in 2004 with a degree in marketing. Originally from Townsend, Mass., Maciel currently resides in East Providence, R.I. with her husband, Michael, and daughter, Mary-Kate.

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2009 ROSTER No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26

Player Katie Mitchell Kelsi Jacob Steph Del Mistro Kaitlyn Fare Natalie Wooster Kalie Whitehouse Molly Wallace Elizabeth Gaines Alex DiPippo Kaitlyn Hinck Alex Bengston Brianne Lustenring Carolyn Giuliano Krista Johnstone Bianca Gallo Alison Melley Regan Marin Amanda Worrall Marissa Slayton Jennifer Harding Morgan Derick Sarah Donovan Mary Green Ashley Montgomery Holly Tyser

Head Coach: Assistant Coach:

Cl. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr.

Pos. GK GK D D M D D M/F D F M D D F F M M F D F F M D D F

Hgt. 5-8 5-6 5-2 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-8 5-7 5-4 5-7 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-4 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-9 5-5 5-2 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-3 5-4

Hometown (School) Deer Park, N.Y. (Deer Park HS) Mahwah, N.J. (Mahwah HS) East Williston, N.Y. (Wheatley HS) Millstone Township, N.J. (St. John Vianney HS) Monument, Colo. (Lewis Palmer HS) Braintree, Mass. (Braintree HS) Sandwich, Mass. (Sandwich HS) East Longmeadow, Mass. (East Longmeadow HS) Shelton, Conn. (Shelton HS) Bow, N.H. (Bow HS) Andover, Mass. (Andover HS) Massapequa, N.Y. (Holy Trinity HS) Wethersfield, Conn. (East Catholic HS) Dover, N.H. (Dover HS) Peabody, Mass. (Bishop Fenwick HS) Centerville, Mass. (Barnstable HS) Bedford, N.Y. (Byram Hills HS) Hamilton Square, N.J. (Steinert HS) Auburn, N.Y. (Auburn HS) Lancaster, Mass. (Nashoba Regional HS) Ashland, Mass. (Ashland HS) Storrs, Conn. (E.O. Smith HS) Merrick, N.Y. (Calhoun HS) Hollis, Maine (Bonny Eagle HS) Somers, Conn. (Somers HS)

Chris Flint (Colby ’92), 10th season Christina Maciel (Bryant ’04), Third season 2009 TEAM BREAKDOWN

BY STATE Mass. . . . . . . . . . . . 8 New York . . . . . . . .6 Conn. . . . . . . . . . . .4 New Jersey . . . . . . .3

N.H. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Colorado . . . . . . . .1 Maine . . . . . . . . . . .1

BY CLASS

BY HEIGHT

Freshmen . . . . . . . . . .12 Sophomores . . . . . . . .5 Juniors . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Seniors . . . . . . . . . . . . .6

5-2 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6

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5-7 . . . . . . . . . . .6 5-8 . . . . . . . . . . .3 5-9 . . . . . . . . . . .1

BY POSITION Goalkeeper . . . . . . . . .2 Defense . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Midfield . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Forward . . . . . . . . . . . .7

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Steph DEL MISTRO KALIE Whitehouse Kaitlyn HINCK Amanda WORRALL Christina MACIEL

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Del MEE-stro KAY-lee HINK WOR-ill Muh-see-EL

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MEET THE BULLDOGS ALEX DIPIPPO

captain

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Senior • Defense • 5-4 Shelton, Conn. • Shelton HS

As a junior: A staple in the midfield for Bryant... Started in all 17 games and finished the year with two goals and four points, while taking 25 shots... Tallied a game-tying goal in the 83rd minute of the Bulldogs’ first Division I win, a 3-2 victory over Northern Colorado... Also scored once in 3-2 loss to George Washington. As a sophomore: Appeared in all 24 games as a sophomore, starting in 17... Recorded seven goals and one assist on the season with two game-winners (at UMass Lowell and vs. Saint Michael's)... All-Northeast-10 Conference Third Team selection... All-Northeast region second team selection.

YR

GP

G

A

Pts.

SH

GW

2006 2007 2008 Total

24 24 17 65

1 7 2 10

0 1 0 1

2 15 4 21

14 24 25 53

0 4 0 4

As a freshman: Played in all 23 games as a freshman, scoring her first collegiate goal in a 3-0 win at Assumption on Oct. 7... Fired 14 shots playing primarily at midfield throughout the season... Typically the first substitution off the bench for Bryant. Before Bryant: A 2005 graduate of Shelton High School, DiPippo was captain as a senior... Four-year letterwinner for the Gaels... Named all-conference all four years... All-state selection her junior and senior year... Won Coaches Award and Midfielder of the Year award... High honor roll student. Personal: Daughter of Larry DiPippo, Alexandra Marie DiPippo was born December 31, 1987... Has one brother, Luke... Studies management at Bryant.

BRIANNE LUSTENRING Senior • Defense • 5-5 Massapequa, N.Y. • Holy Trinity HS

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As a junior: Played in 13 games off the bench... Took three total shots for the year. As a sophomore: Appeared in all 24 games at defense for the Bulldogs, starting in 23... An aggressive defender who recorded two assists on the season (at LeMoyne and at Merrimack). As a freshman: Appeared in all 23 matches on defense, posting one assist in her first collegiate match against Caldwell. Before Bryant: A 2006 graduate of Holy Trinity High School, Lustenring was a four-year starter and letterwinner for the Titans... Team MVP as a junior and senior... Also lettered in track and badminton... Named Catholic League All-Star selection as a freshman, junior and senior... Selected to play in the Exceptional Senior Game... Played for the Massapequa Rascals club team.

YR

GP

G

A

Pts.

SH

GW

2006 2007 2008 Total

24 24 13 61

0 0 0 0

1 2 0 3

1 2 0 3

4 16 3 23

0 0 0 0

Personal: Daughter of Marianne and Ernie Lustenring, Brianne Marie Lustenring was born on November 9, 1988... Has two brothers, Brendan and Ernie... Brendan played Rugby at Seton Hall... Father ran cross country for URI from 1977-79... Majors in marketing.

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MEET THEBethel, BULLDOGS Defense 5­9 Conn. /Bethel

Senior

KATIE MITCHELL

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Senior • Goalkeeper • 5-8 Deer Park, N.Y. • Deer Park HS

As a junior: Started seven games in net for the Bulldogs... Recorded first Division I win between the pipes in a 3-2 overtime victory over Northern Colorado... Finished with a record of 1-4-1... Played a total of 619:11 minutes, allowing 13 goals and making 28 saves... Made a season-high eight saves in win over Northern Colorado. As a sophomore: Appeared in five games in goal for the Bulldogs, starting four... Posted a 2-1-0 record on the season, making six saves while recording two shutouts. As a freshman: Appeared in 12 games, starting in 10... Posted a 1.81 goals against average, along with 4-5-0 record and three shutouts... Made five saves in a 2-0 loss to Saint Rose in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

YR

GP

Min. GA

2006 2007 2008 Total

12 5 7 24

883 315 619 1817

18 3 13 34

Sav. 32 6 28 66

SO Wins 3 2 0 5

4 2 1 7

Before Bryant: A 2006 graduate of Deer Park High School, Mitchell was a fouryear letterwinner for the Falcons... Served as captain for both her high school and club team, the Mattituck Strikers... All-league selection as a senior... Team MVP... Participated in the Region I Exceptional Seniors Game. Personal: Daughter of Danny and Brigid Mitchell, Katie E. Mitchell was born October 18, 1988... Has one brother, Patrick, and one sister, Meghan... Studies finance at Bryant.

ASHLEY MONTGOMERY Senior • Defense • 5-5 Hollis, Maine • Bonny Eagle HS

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As a junior: Saw action in 11 games as a defender... Played in three of Bryant’s victories... Finished with two shots on the year, placing both on target. As a sophomore: Appeared in seven games for the Bulldogs. As a freshman: Appeared in three games for the Bulldogs. Before Bryant: A 2006 graduate of Bonny Eagle High School in Standish, Maine... Four-year starter, leading her team to the Southern Maine Athletic Association quarterfinals as a junior and senior... SMAA All-Star... 2004 Western Maine Class A All-Star... Team captain as a senior... 2005 MVP and SMAA All-Academic selection... Six-time state champion for premier team Odyssey Sport... National Honor Society... Foreign Language Honor Society.

YR

GP

G

A

Pts.

SH

GW

2006 2007 2008 Total

3 7 11 21

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 2 2

0 0 0 0

Personal: Daughter of Michael and Victoria Montgomery, Ashley Montgomery was born December 25, 1987... Parents are graduates of the University of Southern Maine... Majors in communications at Bryant.

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MEET THE BULLDOGS HOLLY TYSER

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Senior • Midfield • 5-4 Somers, Conn. • Somers HS

As a junior: Started all 17 games as an outside midfielder... Had three points for the year, scoring one goal and adding one assist... Scored goal in 3-2 loss to George Washington... Assisted on game-winning goal in 3-2 victory over Wagner. As a sophomore: Started all 24 games for the Bulldogs... Was the team's second-leading scorer with six goals and five assists (17 points)... Took 45 shots, 28 of them on goal... Scored the game winner in a 2-0 win over UMass Lowell... All-conference third team selection... Named to all-region second team. As a freshman: Appeared in 22 games, firing 18 shots and recording one game-winning goal... Scored against Southern Connecticut and AIC.

YR

GP

G

A

Pts.

SH

GW

2006 2007 2008 Total

22 24 17 63

2 6 1 9

0 5 1 6

4 17 3 24

19 45 20 84

1 1 0 2

Before Bryant: A 2006 graduate of Somers High School, Tyser was a four-year letterwinner and starter for the Spartans... Was also a three-year letterwinner in track and field and a varsity golf letterwinner as a senior... Two-time All-NCCC selection... Earned all-state recognition in 2005, as well as being named the Connecticut Senior Bowl MVP... Team MVP as a senior... Also received honors in track and field, finishing second in the conference for the javelin throw in 2004. Personal: Daughter of Michael and Deborah Tyser, Holly Lynn Tyser was born May 11, 1988... Majors in business at Bryant.

MOLLY WALLACE Senior • Defense • 5-8 Sandwich, Mass. • Sandwich HS

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As a junior: Made 16 starts while appearing in all 17 games at defense... Recorded five shots for the season, including two against George Washington on Aug. 31. As a sophomore: Started all 24 games on defense... Notched two assists against Holy Family and Franklin Pierce. As a freshman: Appeared in 22 matches, starting 16... Posted two assists while firing eight shots. Before Bryant: A 2006 graduate of Sandwich High School, Wallace was a four-year letterwinner for the Blue Knights... Led team to ACL championships as a junior and senior... Named an ACL All-Star... Named to the Eastern Massachusetts All-Star team... Team MVP as a senior... Played club soccer for the Crusaders, who were the Massachusetts state champions in 2004.

YR

GP

G

A

Pts.

SH

GW

2006 2007 2008 Total

23 24 17 64

0 0 0 0

2 2 0 4

2 2 0 4

8 10 5 23

0 0 0 0

Personal: Daughter of Michael and Maureen Wallace, Molly Elise Wallace was born June 7, 1988... Has one brother, Trevor... Studies advertising/marketing and communications at Bryant.

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MEET THE BULLDOGS

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STEPH DEL MISTRO Junior • Defense • 5-2 • East Williston, N.Y. / Wheatley HS

As a sophomore: Had a breakout year as an outside midfielder for the Bulldogs... Appeared in all 17 games while starting in 16... Was third on the team in points with seven, scoring two goals and dishing out three assists... Tallied the gamewinner in the Bulldogs' lone home game, a 1-0 win over Cornell... Ranked second on the team in assists (3) and shots on goal (13) and finished third in total shots (20)... Had the game-tying goal at NJIT while also handing out one assist in the win. GP

G

A Pts. SH GW

2007 13 2008 17 Total 30

YR

1 2 3

0 3 3

2 7 9

5 20 25

0 1 1

As a freshman: Del Mistro appeared in 13 games for Bryant despite getting injured in the first regular-season game... Fired five shots... Scored her first collegiate goal in a 3-1 win over the University of Bridgeport on Sept. 30.

Before Bryant: A 2007 graduate of Wheatley High School, Del Mistro was a four-year letterwinner and stopper for the Wildcats... Led her team to the state championship game after capturing the Long Island and Nassau County B Championships... Three-time conference champion and two-time Nassau County champion... Led team in assists in 2004 and 2005... All-state second team selection in 2006. Personal: Daughter of Angelo and Laura Del Mistro, Stephanie Marie Del Mistro was born on February 28, 1989... Has one sister, Kristina, who currently plays soccer at Quinnipiac, and one brother, Nicholas... Studies accounting at Bryant.

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YR

GP

G

A Pts. SH GW

2007 24 2008 17 Total 41

2 3 5

3 5 8

7 46 11 31 18 77

1 0 1

As a sophomore: Started in 16 of Bryant’s 17 games at midfield... Finished first on the team with five assists while ranking second with 11 points... Assisted on the game-tying goal at Northern Colorado... Tied a Bulldog record with three assists in 3-1 win over NJIT on Oct. 19... Scored the lone goal in 1-1 tie against Maine... Registered goals against Stony Brook and Brown... Took 31 shots on the

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GP

G

A Pts. SH GW

2008 17 Total 17

YR

0 0

0 0

0 0

11 11

0 0

SARAH DONOVAN Junior • Midfield • 5-4 • Storrs, Conn. / E.O. Smith HS year, putting 12 on net. As a freshman: Appeared in all 24 games for the Bulldogs, starting in nine... Recorded two goals and three assists on the season... Scored her first collegiate goal against Georgian Court on Sept. 2. Before Bryant: A 2007 graduate of E.O. Smith High School in Storrs, Conn., Donovan was a

four-year letterwinner at center midfield... Team MVP... Team captain in 2006... All-conference selection in 2005 and 2006... Named an all-academic selection in 2006... Honor roll student. Personal: Daughter of Bill and Jane Donovan, Sarah Ann Donovan was born on August 1, 1989... Has one sister, Megan... Studies accounting at Bryant.

MARY GREEN Sophomore • Defense • 5-8 • Merrick, N.Y. / Calhoun HS

As a freshman: Started in 16 games in 2008 while appearing in all 17... One of the top defenders all season long... Had 11 shots on the year, including a season-high three against NJIT.

class selection in 2005 and 2006... Named all-county in 2007... Allconference in basketball in 2006 and 2007 and all-class in 2008... All-class in lacrosse in 2006, allcounty and Team MVP in 2007.

Before Bryant: A 2008 graduate of Calhoun High School, Green was a four-year letterwinner for the Colts... Also lettered in basketball and lacrosse... Led team in goals scored all four years... Named Junior Female Athlete of the Year... All-

Personal: Daughter of Joe and Pat Green, Mary K. Green was born March 23, 1990... Has two sisters, Shannon and Erin... Currently undecided on major at Bryant.

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GP

G

A Pts. SH GW

2008 17 Total 17

YR

6 6

1 1

13 28 13 28

3 3

KAITLYN HINCK Sophomore • Forward • 5-7 • Bow, N.H. / Bow HS

As a freshman: Leading scorer with six goals and one assist in 2008... Led team in goals (6) and points (13) while starting in all 17 games up front... Had the game-winning goal in overtime of Bryant's first Division I win, 3-2, over Northern Colorado... Finished the year with three game winners... Had two goals against Wagner in 3-2 win, including the game winner... Scored one goal and recorded first collegiate assist in 3-3 tie against Brown... Took a season-

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high five shots at NJIT while scoring her sixth goal of the year... Led the team with 19 shots on goal and 28 total for the season. Before Bryant: A 2008 graduate of Bow High School, Hinck was a four-year letterwinner and starting forward for the Falcons... Also lettered in basketball and softball... Earned 12 varsity letters during her high school career... Named second team all-state as a junior... Earned first team all-state as a senior... Named basketball honorable mention as a junior and second team all-state as a senior... High honor student... National Honor Society member. Personal: Daughter of Rick Hinck, Kaitlyn Marie Hinck was born August 29, 1990... Has a brother, David, and a sister, Mallory... Studies business at Bryant.

KALIE WHITEHOUSE Sophomore • Defense • 5-7 • Braintree, Mass. / Braintree HS

As a freshman: Became a consistent contributor off the bench... Played in 14 games and made two starts as a defender... Scored her first collegiate goal in a 3-1 loss at Northeastern... Finished the season with one goal on two shots.

GP

G

A Pts. SH GW

2008 14 Total 14

YR

1 1

0 0

2 2

2 2

0 0

Before Bryant: A 2008 graduate of Braintree High School, Whitehouse was a four-year varsity letterwinner and starter for the Wamps... Team captain as a senior... Led team to two Massachusetts Division I State Championships... Two-time Bay State League All-Star... Two-time Patroit Ledger

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YR

GP

G

A Pts. SH GW

2 2

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

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AMANDA WORRALL Sophomore • Midfield • 5-9 • Hamilton Square, N.J. / Steinert HS

As a freshman: Appeared in 16 of 17 games, making five starts up front... Had three shots on goal for the year and five total for the season.

YR

GP

G

A Pts. SH GW

0 0

0 0

20

0 0

5 5

0 0

2006. Personal: Daughter of Steve and Cheryl Wooster, Natalie C. Wooster was born June 18, 1990... Has one brother, Nick... Studies business at Bryant.

Before Bryant: A 2008 graduate of Lewis Palmer High School in Monument, Colo., Wooster was a three-year varsity letterwinner for the Rangers... Lost junior year to ACL injury... Played club soccer for the Colorado Rush... Lead club team to state quarterfinals from 2004-08... Won Metro League Colorado Springs Championship in 2005 and

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Personal: Daughter of Mark and Linda Whitehouse, Kalie Erin Whitehouse was born May 20, 1990... Has one sister, Brianna, who currently plays soccer for Northeastern University... Studies marketing at Bryant.

Sophomore • Midfield • 5-7 • Monument, Colo. / Lewis Palmer HS

As a freshman: Appeared in final two games of 2008, both resulting in 1-0 Bulldog wins (Cornell and Quinnipiac).

2008 Total

All-Scholastic selection... Two-time Braintree Forum All-Scholastic selection... Five-year member of Massachusetts ODP state team... Honor roll student... National Honor Society member.

Before Bryant: A 2008 graduate of Steinert High School, Worrall was a two-year varsity letterwinner for the Spartans... Missed 2004 and 2006 season due to ACL injuries... Trentonian Honorable Mention selection... Named Trentonian Colonial Valley Conference Player of the Year... Selected to Trentonian and Trenton Times First Team as a senior... Trenton Times All-Area Second Team... Star-Ledger

All-Group 4 First Team and all-state second team as a senior... Team MVP... Central Jersey Group 4 Champs and CVC champs in 2005 and 2007... Honor roll... Two-year member of National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Blair and Gloria Worrall, Amanda Marie Worrall was born July 18, 1990... Has two brothers, Jason and Eric... Both parents are graduates of The College of New Jersey... Studies marketing.

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ALEX BENGSTON Freshman • Midfield • 5-4 • Andover, Mass. / Andover HS

Before Bryant: Four-year starting center midfielder for coaches Fred Tarbox and Meghan Matson... Team won three Merrimack Valley league championships... Won 2006 Division I North title and were 2007 finalists... Named All-Eastern Massachusetts and all-conference selection in 2006, 2007 and 2008... 2007 Boston Globe Player of the Week... 2007 team captain and Globe

weekly honoree... Team captain of Aztec Club team that captured state title... Four-year honor student... Member of Red Cross Club and Project Teamwork. Personal: Daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Bengston, Alexandra L. Bengston was born August 6, 1991... Has two brothers, Tim and Matt... Tim played soccer at UMass Lowell and Matt played at Elon University.

MORGAN DERICK Freshman • Forward • 5-7 • Ashland, Mass. / Ashland HS

Before Bryant: Five-year starter at striker for coaches Miguel Vidal and Sam Cramer at Ashland High School... Led team to state tournament in 2004 and 2007... Three-time Tri-Valley League All-Star... First Team All-TVL in 2004 and 2006... Most Valuable Contributor as a junior... Three-time letterwinner in indoor

track... Two-year letterwinner in tennis. Personal: Daughter of Robert Derick and Jean Heminway, Morgan A. Derick was born December 26, 1990.

KAITLYN FARE Freshman • Midfield • 5-7 • Millstone Township N.J. / St. John Vianney HS

Before Bryant: Starting midfielder at St. John Vianney for coach Tami Coyle... Team went 18-4 in 2008, finishing the year as division co-champions and parochial school state finalists... Team was co-division champions in 2005 and division champions in 2006... Earned second team all-county honors in 2008... Two-time Shore Conference scoring leader in 2007 and 2008... Member

of JAGS Select... National Honor Society and member of school's honor roll... Blue & White Award recipient and Community Service Award honoree. Personal: Daughter of Karen and Gary Fare, Kaitlyn J. Fare was born June 19, 1991... Has one brother, Gary, who plays baseball at The College of New Jersey.

ELIZABETH GAINES Freshman • Midfield/Forward • 5-7 • East Longmeadow, Mass. / East Longmeadow HS

Before Bryant: Four-year starter and letterwinner at forward and midfield for East Longmeadow High School... All-league selection all four years... All-Western Mass. selection in 2006, 2007 and 2008... Team MVP as a junior... Coach's Award as a senior... All-star selection as a senior... Selected to Regional USL Super

Personal: Daughter of Thomas and Carol Gaines, Elizabeth Ann Gaines was born February 16, 1991... Has one sister, Natalie.

BIANCA GALLO Freshman • Midfield • 5-3 • Peabody, Mass. / Bishop Fenwick HS

Before Bryant: Four-year starter at midfield at Bishop Fenwick High School... Won two Central Catholic League titles in 2005 and 2007... Helped team to Division II North state title in 2005... Named Boston Globe, Salem News, Lynn Item and Eastern Massachusetts All-Star as a senior... CCL All-Star and all-

league selection as a senior... Smith College book award winner... Foreign language award winner... National Honor Society member. Personal: Daughter of Karen and John Gallo, Bianca A. Gallo was born September 3, 1990... Parents are graduates of Suffolk University.

CAROLYN GIULIANO Freshman • Midfield/Defense • 5-6 • Wethersfield, Conn. / East Catholic HS

Before Bryant: A 2009 graduate of East Catholic High School in Manchester, Conn., Giuliano was a four-year starter for the Eagles... Led team to four-straight postseason appearances and a second-place league finish as a senior... Two-time All-Northwest Conference selection... Captain as a senior... Named 2008 academic allconference... Recipient of the 2008 Coaches' Award...

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Y team as a freshman... Varsity letterwinner in track as a sophomore... National Honor Society member.

Voted the Best Team Player in 2008... Also played two years of basketball and a year of lacrosse... Honor roll. Personal: Daughter of Thomas and Alison Giuliano, Carolyn Anne Giuliano was born November 13, 1991... Has one brother, Sam, and one sister, Andrea, who played soccer at Wesleyan University.

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JENNIFER HARDING Freshman • Forward • 5-2 • Lancaster, Mass. / Nashoba Regional HS

Before Bryant: Four-year varsity letterwinner for coach Pam Vaughn at Nashoba Regional High School... Helped team to three Mid Wach B-Central Mass league championships in 2005, 2006 and 2008... Central Mass and Mid Wach B All-Star senior year... "Relentless Intensity" award winner... Two-year letterwinner in basketball... National Honor Society member... Academic

Personal: Daughter of Rich and Chris Harding, Jennifer Michelle Harding was born September 4, 1990... Has one brother, Joseph, who graduated from Bryant in 2007.

KELSI JACOB Freshman • Goalkeeper • 5-6 • Mahwah, N.J. / Mahwah HS

Before Bryant: Four-year varsity letterwinner for coach Michael Wright at Mahwah High School... Helped lead team to NBIL championship in 2007... Two-time allleague selection (2007, 2008) and two-time all-league honorable mention (2005, 2006)... Four-year high honor roll... Member of Minds in Motion and Athletes in Action at Mahwah... Won the New Jersey State Cham-

pionship in 2006 and 2007, allowing no goals in both finals... Regional player honoree in 2006, 2007 and 2008... U.S. Youth Club, Region I champions in 2005. Personal: Daughter of Scott and Lucille Jacob, Kelsi Marie Jacob was July 15, 1991... Has one brother, Dylan, and one sister, Meghan.

KRISTA JOHNSTONE Freshman • Midfield • 5-4 • Dover, N.H. / Dover HS

Before Bryant: Three-year varsity starter at midfield for the Green Wave of Dover High School... Lead team to two league championships in 2005 and 2006 and a tournament championship in 2008... Named to Fosters Dream Team for soccer in 2007 and 2008... First team all-state midfielder as a senior... Team captain and MVP in 2008... Helped squad become first Dover High girls' soccer team to win first

round of playoffs... Five-year premier SUSC player and New Hampshire ODP state team... Four-year honor roll student... Female Scholar-Athlete Award winner. Personal: Daughter of Mark and Polly Johnstone, Krista Leigh Johnstone was born July 4, 1991... Has two sisters, Kayla and Nicole.

REGAN MARIN Freshman • Midfield • 5-5 • Bedford, N.Y. / Byram Hills HS

Before Bryant: Four-year varsity starter... Lead team to Section I championship in spring 2006, while advancing to the quarterfinals in fall 2006 and semifinals in 2007 and 2008... All-league and all-section selection in 2006, 2007 and 2008... 2007 Journal News All-Star Honorable Mention in 2007 and Second Team selection in 2008... Captain... Two-team

Byram Hills Sportsmanship Award winner... Four-year member of varsity ski team... Ski team captain... Habitat for Humanity... Math Honor Society member. Personal: Daughter of Richard and Rita Marin, Regan Anne Marin was born November 8, 1991... Has one sister, Courtney... Father played football at SUNY Plattsburgh.

ALISON MELLEY Freshman • Midfield • 5-4 • Centerville, Mass. / Barnstable HS

Before Bryant: Starting center midfielder for Barnstable High School in Hyannis, MA... Three-time member of Massachusetts ODP team... Four-year varsity starter and two-year captain... Named Old Colony League First Team All-Star three times... Rookie of the Year in 2005 and MVP in 2006 and 2007... National Honor Society... Honor roll student... Recipient of

Before Bryant: Four-year starting defender and midfielder... Team went 15-3 in 2007, winning the Class AA league title... Named first team all-league and allCentral New York in 2008 ... First Team Citizen AllStar... Named first team all-league in 2007 and second team all-league in 2006... Four-time New York State

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excellence awards in english, world history and algebra... Earned Highest Academic Award in biology.

Adams Award... Member of Key, Ski and Art Clubs. Personal: Daughter of Ann Marie and Robert Melley, Alison Elizabeth Melley was born March 29, 1991... Has two sisters, Kara and Kristina, and two brothers, Robert and Ryan.

MARISSA SLAYTON Freshman • Defense • 5-5 • Auburn, N.Y. / Auburn HS West champion... Member of L.E.A.D. USA and Varsity Club... National Honor Society member. Personal: Daughter of James and Michelle Slayton, Marissa Lynn Slayton was born August 21, 1991.

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2008 RESULTS AND STATISTICS 2008 Bryant University Women's Soccer Final Statistics Overall: 5-9-3 Home: 1-0-0 Away: 4-9-3 Neutral: 0-0-0 ## 22 9 8 2 26 25 16 23 3 18 6 10 19 11 5 24 7 20 1 00 27 14 21 4 0

Name DONOVAN,Sarah HINCK,Kaitlyn DIPIPPO,Alex DEL MISTRO,Steph TYSER,Holly DUCHANEY,Brooke ORZECHOWSKI,Amy GREEN,Mary MALTA,Danielle WORRALL,Amanda WALLACE,Molly BRODEUR,Caitlyn GRECO,Jaclyn LUSTENRING,Brianne WHITEHOUSE,Kalie MONTGOMERY,Ashley CONLEY,Jessica DIONNE,Kristina NEALES,Jessica CLARK,Jessica MAFFUCCI,Felicia MARTINEZ,Daisy DOHERTY,Kristy WOOSTER,Natalie MITCHELL,Katie Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 17-16 17-17 17-17 17-16 17-17 16-10 17-16 17-16 17-17 16-5 17-16 5-1 7-1 13-0 14-2 11-0 10-1 11-1 7-3 10-7 13-0 1-1 5-0 2-0 8-7 17 17

G 3 6 2 2 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 31

## 1 0 00 TM

Name NEALES,Jessica MITCHELL,Katie CLARK,Jessica TEAM Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 7-3 7-7 10-7

Minutes 346:48 619:11 638:42 0:00 0 1604:41 1604:41

17 17

A 5 1 0 3 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 25

Pts 11 13 4 7 3 8 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55 87

Sh 31 28 25 20 20 17 17 11 6 5 5 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 201 222

Shot% .097 .214 .080 .100 .050 .176 .059 .000 .167 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .104 .140

SOG 12 19 5 13 8 9 7 3 4 3 1 2 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 92 124

SOG% .387 .679 .200 .650 .400 .529 .412 .273 .667 .600 .200 .500 .333 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .458 .559

GW 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 9

PK-ATT 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0

GA 4 13 14 0.00 31 21

Avg 1.04 1.89 1.97 1 1.74 1.18

Saves 19 28 45 1.000 93 71

Pct .826 .683 .763 0 .750 .772

W 2 1 2 0 5 9

L 0 4 5 0 9 5

T 0 1 2 3 3 3

2008 Results (5-9-3) August Fri 22 Sun 24 Thu 28 Sun 31

at Northern Colorado 3-2 Win OT at Wyoming 1-3 Loss at Providence College 1-3 Loss at George Washington 2-3 Loss

September Wed 10 Sat 13 Tue 16 Sun 21 Fri 26

at UMass Amherst at Maine at Stony Brook at Northeastern at Sacred Heart

0-2 Loss 1-1 Tie OT 1-2 Loss 1-3 Loss 0-0 Tie

October Wed 1 Sun 5 Wed 8 Tue 14 Sun 19 Wed 22 FRI 24 Wed 29

at Yale at Wagner at Brown at Dartmouth at NJIT at Hartford CORNELL at Qunnipiac

0-2 Loss 3-2 Win 3-3 Tie OT 0-1 Loss 3-1 Win 0-3 Loss 1-0 WIN 1-0 Win

Sho 0 0 0 3 5

2008 Northeast Conference Academic Honor Roll In 2008, 11 Bryant University women’s soccer players were named to the Northeast Conference Academic Honor Roll. A student-athlete must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or above to qualify for this accolade. The list includes three seniors, one junior and seven freshmen for the Bulldogs, five of whom are returning this season.

2009 Bryant University Women’s Soccer

Player Caitlyn Brodeur Jessica Clark Kristina Dionne Brooke Duchaney Jaclyn Greco Danielle Malta Mary Green Kaitlyn Hinck Holly Tyser Kalie Whitehouse Amanda Worrall

Cl. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

Major Undeclared Communication Marketing Undeclared Undeclared Finance Undeclared Undeclared Communication Undeclared Undeclared

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THE RECORD BOOK GOALS IN A SEASON

GOALS IN A CAREER

Diane Pascale, 2004

Casey Grange, 2006

Casey Grange, 2003-2006

PLAYER

2. Jenny Wilson

GLS YEAR RK 5

1985

PLAYER Christine Kalukiewicz

2.

GLS YEAR RK 13 2003

3

2003 2003 2006

Harrison 1998 3. Kathy Allison Kelly 12 2001 Casey Grange 2004 5. Christine 11 Kalukiewicz 2003

PLAYER

GLS

2. Allison Kelly 34 3.

Allison Kelly Christine 3. Kalukiewicz Casey Grange

3

40

19

6

RK

ASSISTS IN A GAME

GOALS IN A GAME

4. 4.

Christine Kalukiewicz Diane Pascale Kathy Harrison

33 30 30

YEAR 20002003 20012004 20042007 19961998

Five Tied 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008 RK

PLAYER

AST YEAR

Sarah Donovan Casey Grange 2008 N. Gradmaison 2006 1. Allison Kelly 3 2004 Christine 2003 Kalukiewicz 2003 (2x) 6.

13 Tied

2

ASSISTS IN A SEASON

ASSISTS IN A CAREER

POINTS IN A GAME

POINTS IN A SEASON

POINTS IN A CAREER

Christine Kalukiewicz,2003

Casey Grange, 2003-2006

Diane Pascale, 2004

Casey Grange, 2006

Casey Grange, 2003-2006

11

RK

PLAYER

AST YEAR RK

Casey Grange 2006 2. 8 Allison Kelly 2003 Lauren Childers 2004 4. 7 Casey Grange 2004 Tricia Spada 2006 6. 6 Danielle Malta 2006 8.

4 Tied

21

5

20012004 2. 16 20042007 20032005 4. Sara Vienneau 11 2004Diane Pascale 2007 Nikki 6. Gradmaison 10 20032005

16 PLAYER Kim Rekart

13 2003

Jesica Neales

2007

3.

SAV YEAR RK

8 Katie Mitchell

5.

Jessica Neales (2x)

2005 & 2008

WINS IN A SEASON

13

Jessica Neales, 2005 Kim Reckart, 2003

2006

C. Kalukiewicz 2003 6 Kristen Harmon 2004

158

PLAYER

SAV YEAR RK

PLAYER

SAV YEAR

2.

Kara Sullivan 156 1999

3.

Kim Rekart

79 2001

3.

Jessica Neales 155 20052008

4.

Kim Rekart

74 2003

4.

Kim Rekart

135

20032004

PLAYER

101

PTS YEAR RK

2.

Christine Kalukiewicz

33 2003

3.

Allison Kelly

31 2001

4.

Casey Grange 29 2004

4. Kathy Harrison 29 1998

PLAYER

PTS YEAR

94 20002003 Christine 20013. Kalukiewicz 87 2004 4. Kathy Harrison 75 19961998 20045. Diane Pascale 71 2007

2.

Allison Kelly

BEST GAA IN A SEASON

BEST GAA IN A CAREER

Jessica Clark, 2006

Jessica Clark, 2005-2008

0.65

0.29

Christina Richard, 2000-2003

2. Christina Richard 91 2000

RK 2.

PLAYER

GAA YEAR

RK

PLAYER

GAA YEAR

Jessica Clark 0.33 2007

2.

Jessica Neales

1.00 20052008

3. Jessica Neales 0.75 2005 3.

Kim Reckart 0.75 2003

5. Jessica Neales 0.81 2006

3. Kim Reckart 1.22 20012004 19864. Tracy Cirillo 1.63 1987 5. Deb Zuber 1.79 1990, 1992

MOST WINS IN A CAREER

SHUTOUTS IN A SEASON

SHUTOUTS IN A CAREER

TEAM WINS IN A SEASON

Kim Reckart, 2001-2004

Kim Reckart, 2003

Kim Reckart, 2001-2004

2007

37

RK

3. Kim Reckart

12

2004

20052. Jessica Neales 23 2008

4. Jessica Clark

8

2007

3.

5. Jessica Neales

7

2006 &2007

7. Katie Mitchell

4

2006

PLAYER

11

W YEAR RK

PLAYER

Neales 2. Jessica Jessica Clark

200513 2008 4. Stephanie 19964. 10 1998 5. Smith 2006- 7. 5. Katie Mitchell 7 Present Jessica Clark

SO YEAR 8 2005 2007

Kim Reckart

6 2004

Jessica Neales Katie Mitchell

3 2006 2006

3 Tied

2

17

18

RK

PLAYER

SO YEAR

2. Jessica Neales 14 20052008 20053. Jessica Clark 11 2008 20064. Katie Mitchell 5 Present Christina 5. 1 2003 Richard

TEAM GOALS (SEASON)

TEAM ASSISTS (SEASON)

TEAM POINTS (SEASON)

59

55

173

2004

24

7

SAVES IN A CAREER

YEAR

PLAYER

2003

3.

Allison Kelly (2x) Casey Grange

156

W

RK

10 1985

5.

46

PTS YEAR RK

Jenny Wilson

2008 7

PLAYER

2.

SAVES IN A SEASON Kara Sullivan, 1999

Jessica Clark, 2008 2.

AST YEAR RK

Christine Kalukiewicz Tricia Spada

SAVES IN A GAME

RK

PLAYER

13

2004

RK

YEAR

WINS

2.

2006

15

3.

2003

14

4.

2005

13

5.

2004

12

TEAM SHUTOUTS (SEASON)

13

2004

2007

RK

YEAR

GOALS

RK

YEAR

ASTS

RK

YEAR

PTS

2.

2003

54

2.

2003

43

2.

2003

151

3.

2007

51

3.

2007

36

3.

2007

138

4.

2006

50

4.

2006

35

4.

2006

135

5.

2001

49

4.

2001

35

5.

2001

133

RK

YEAR

SO

2.

2005 2003

9

3.

2006 2004

8

2009 Bryant University Women’s Soccer


THE NEW HOME FOR

BRYANT UNIVERSITY

NORTHEAST CONFERENCE MEMBERS Central Connecticut* - New Britain, Conn. Fairleigh Dickinson* - Teaneck, N.J. Long Island* - Brooklyn, N.Y. Monmouth* - West Long Branch, N.J. Mount Saint Mary’s* - Emmitsburg, Md. Quinnipiac* - Hamden, Conn. Robert Morris* - Moon Township, Pa. Sacred Heart* - Fairfield, Conn. St. Francis (NY) - Brooklyn, N.Y. Saint Francis (PA)* - Loretto, Pa. Wagner* - Staten Island, N.Y.

Bryant University (2012-13) - Smithfield, R.I. * Women’s Soccer participating institutions


2009 Bryant women s soccer Schedule ’

AUGUST

AMERICAN TOURNAMENT (Washington D.C.) Fri 28 vs. Georgetown 1:00 p.m. Sun 30 at American 2:30 p.m.

SEPTEMBER Sun Fri Tue Fri Sun

6 11 15 18 20

HARTFORD MAINE at Fairfield SAINT PETER’S NJIT

3:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

OCTOBER Fri Sun Fri Sun Fri Sun Wed Fri Sun Fri

2 4 9 11 16 18 21 23 25 30

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT* at Quinnipiac* MONMOUTH* MOUNT ST. MARY’S* SACRED HEART* at Fairleigh Dickinson* at Boston University at Saint Francis (PA)* at Robert Morris* at LIU*

7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

NOVEMBER 2009 SENIOR DAY Sun 1 WAGNER* Tue 3 DARTMOUTH

1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

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