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BRYANT UNIVERSITY............................................................................2-10 This is Bryant University........................................................................2-3 This is Bryant Athletics ..........................................................................4-5 Athletic Facilities ........................................................................................6 The Stadium Expansion Project ..............................................................7 President Ronald K. Machtley..................................................................8 Director of Athletic Bill Smith ..................................................................8 Athletic Administration..............................................................................9 The Academic Center for Excellence ....................................................10 2010 SEASON OUTLOOK ..................................................................11-12 MEET THE COACHING STAFF..................................................................13 Head Coach Karen Healy ......................................................................13 Assistant Coach Caitlin Hansen ............................................................13 2010 ROSTER ............................................................................................14 MEET THE TEAM..................................................................................15-20 Returners ............................................................................................15-19 Newcomers ..............................................................................................20 2009 YEAR IN REVIEW ............................................................................21 THE RECORD BOOK ..........................................................................22-23 Individual Career Records ......................................................................22 Individual Single Season Records..........................................................22 Individual Game Records ......................................................................22 Goalie Career, Season and Game Records ..........................................23 Team Records ..........................................................................................23 All-Time Series Records ..........................................................................23 YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ..........................................................................24

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) Arena .................. Bryant Turf Field (500/artificial turf/lights) Bulldog Stadium (3,400/natural grass) Website............................................ www.bryantbulldogs.com Athletic Department Phone ............................ (401) 232-6070 Press Box Phone (Bulldog Stadium only) ...... (401) 232-6829

COACHING STAFF Head Coach ............................................................ Karen Healy Alma Mater .................................................. Syracuse ’02 Record at Bryant............................ 35-29 (four seasons) Career Record ................................ 38-42 (five seasons) Assistant Coach ........................ Caitlin Hansen (second year) Alma Mater ......................................................Bryant ’08 Athletic Trainer .......................................................... Matt Cutts

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record.......................................................................... 3-13 Home I Away I Neutral............................ 1-3 I 2-10 I 0-0 First Varsity Season ............................................................ 2002 All-Time Program Record .................... 75-58 (eight seasons) Letterwinners Returning/Lost ............................................ 15/4 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................................ 9/3 Newcomers................................................................................ 6 Roster by Year (Sr./Jr./So./Fr.) ...................................... 5/5/6/6 NCAA Appearances............................................................ none

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Assistant Director (Contact).......................... Allie Weinberger Office Phone .......................................... (401) 232-6558 Cell Phone .............................................. (484) 894-1525 Email .......................................... aweinbe1@bryant.edu Fax ............................................................ (401) 232-6361 Assoc. A.D./External Relations .......................... Jason Sullivan Office Phone .......................................... (401) 232-6072 Email ................................................jsulliva@bryant.edu Athletic Communications Assistant ...................... Brian Bruce Office Phone ........................ (401) 232-6000 ext. 20113 Email ................................................bbruce@bryant.edu Director of Marketing & Promotions................ Jane Donahue Office Phone ............................................(401) 232-6513 Email............................................jdonahu1@bryant.edu

ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION

ON THE COVERS Senior captains Victoria Kuhns (top left), Jessica Bolton (center) and Allison Faiola (top right) are featured on the front cover of the 2010 women’s lacrosse media guide, while seniors Eliza DeMarseilles (left) and Nikole Such (right) are featured on the back. Cover design by Allie Weinberger.

Senior Associate A.D. .......................................... John Ruppert Director of Compliance/SWA .......................... Beth Wandyes Head Athletic Trainer .................................... Patrick O’Sullivan Team Physicians.................................. Michael Feldman, M.D. Jonathan Gastel, M.D. Equipment Manager ............................................ Angelo Caliri Director of Operations ....................................Deborah Levine

The 2010 Bryant University women’s lacrosse media guide is published by the Department of Athletics in conjunction with the Office of University Relations. This publication was written and designed by Allison Weinberger, Assistant Director of Athletic Communications. Editorial assistance provided by Jason Sullivan, Brian Bruce, Karen Healy and Caitlin Hansen. Photography by David Silverman. Printing by Minuteman Press.

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bryant Bryant University: T h e Character o f 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 QUICK FACTS

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

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 student-run radio station, “WJMF: The Beat of Bryant.”

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.

BRYANT UNIVERSITY IS ACCREDITED BY: The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) The Associated to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)* Bryant’s residence halls and townhouses provide an environment that fosters intellectual, social and personal growth. Eighty-three percent of students live on campus.

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 of 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 LACROSSE, FIELD HOCKEY & 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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he Stadium Expansion Project, Bryant University’s newest addition to its athletic facilities, was completed on August 31, 2009, marking the addition of brand new, state-of-the-art locker room facilities for Bryant student-athletes as well as the completion of renovations to Bulldog Stadium and the Bryant Field House.

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The 15-week project, which began in the Summer of 2009, included the addition of five new locker rooms, as well as two coaches’ meeting rooms and a fully equipped training room. Thanks to the generous donation of former Bulldog lacrosse player and Bryant alumnus David Bierne, who made the Stadium Expansion Project possible, the women’s lacrosse program is the beneficiary of one of the nation’s newest and most impressive facilities. Nestled on the back concourse of Bulldog Stadium just steps from both of the team’s two practice and game fields lies a 460square foot locker room tailored specifically to the comforts and needs of the women’s lacrosse program. The modern and personalized meeting place features 30 individualized fine oak lockers, a comfortable lounge area, highdefinition flatscreen television and personal shower facilities, and well as state-of-theart audio/visual technology. The fully carpeted area, used solely by the women’s lacrosse program, also comes outfitted with its own coaches’ office space and full access to the brand new athletic training room. Designed by Edward Rowse Architects, this spacious area cultivates a true team atmosphere and provides the perfect space for team meetings, film review and a multitude of other activities, both in and out of season. The Stadium Expansion project also added brand new locker room facilities for the Bryant football, field hockey, men’s lacrosse and women’s soccer teams and stretches the length of the Bulldog Stadium concourse. The additions to the field house fullfill the needs of many Bulldog student-athletes, as the Bryant University Athletic Department continues to grow and expand not just on the road to full Division I membership, but also on its way to becoming a competitive player on the Division I scene. The addition was officially opened for the start of the 2009-10 fall seasons.

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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 lead-

ing 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 co-founder 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. Their son, Todd, is a graduate of Muhlenberg College and their daughter, Erin, graduated from Villanova University in 1998.

BILL SMITH Director of Athletics ow in his fourth year as the Director of Athletics at Bryant University, Bill Smith is the leader of one of the most successful athletics departments in the Northeast. During the past two years, Smith has prepared the department for a new era in Bryant Athletics and continues to guide the Bulldog program as the department makes its move to Division I, a process that began in 2008-09.

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ever semester GPA in the fall of 2008 with 215 student-athletes exceeding a 3.0 and 33 percent earning Dean's List honors. The 2007-08 year ended with Bryant earning a place among the top schools in the nation with a final ranking of 17 in the NACDA Director's Cup standings. In 2008-09, Bryant not only started its transition to Division I, but gained full membership into the Northeast Conference as well.

A former Senior Associate Athletics Director for Sport Administration at Iowa State, Smith was named Athletic Director at Bryant on April 10, 2006.

Prior to arriving at Bryant, Smith spent eight years at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. He joined the Cyclones as compliance director in 1998 before he was promoted to associate athletics director in 2002 and senior associate athletics director in 2005.

Since arriving at Bryant University in the spring of 2006, the Bulldogs won two Northeast-10 Conference Presidents' Cup trophies while garnering eight regular-season and five conference tournament championships. A total of 17 teams have participated in the NCAA Championships during his tenure, including a Bulldog football program that qualified back-to-back in 2006 and 2007 and men’s lacrosse program that earned a Final Four finish. Under Smith's guidance, Bryant's student-athletes posted the highest-

At Iowa State, Smith managed oversight responsibilities for facilities, event management, licensing, compliance, academic services, sports medicine, athletic training and strength and conditioning. During his tenure, ISU completed a $10 million dollar indoor training facility, a $1 million dollar renovation of Jack Trice Stadium, installed a $170,000 permanent lighting system at the Soccer Complex, increased licensing rev-

enue by partnering with LRG and achieved an 89 percent graduation rate for student-athletes who exhausted eligibility. Smith served on the University Steering Committee for NCAA second cycle certification in 2003 whereby ISU achieved second cycle certification without conditions. Iowa State's football program was selected to participate in bowl games four out of five years. Gymnastics, wrestling, football, women's indoor track, men's and women's basketball all ranked in the Top 20 nationally while wrestling finished No. 2 in the country in 2002 and No. 6 in 2004. Prior to joining the Iowa State staff, Smith served as executive associate director for compliance and championships at the Patriot League for one year. In that role, he managed 19 conference championships, was the conference's primary liaison with all coaches groups, and directed league-wide compliance education programs.

Dodge Award in 1989 for exemplifying outstanding effort, determination and performance.

A native of Auburn, N.Y., 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 from 1985 to 1989. He was awarded the Tom

Smith earned his law degree from Quinnipiac College of Law in 1995 and was admitted to the New York State Bar in 1996. Smith and his wife Maura have four children: Molly, Liam, Daniel and Marin.

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administration INSIDE THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

COAC H ES & AD M I N I STR ATO RS

BRIAN BRUCE

ARCHIE BOULET

Communications Assistant

Head Coach Men’s Golf

MARY BURKE

ANGELO CALIRI

KATIE CAMERON

BARBARA CILLI

JENNIFER DIPRETE

Head Coach Women’s Basketball

Operations/ Equipment Manager

Head Coach Swimming

Head Coach Women’s Tennis

Health & Wellness Coordinator

JANE DONAHUE

MARTY FINE

CHRIS FLINT

THERESA GARLACY

RON GENDRON

KAREN HEALEY

Director of Marketing & Promotions

Head Coach Football

Head Coach Women’s Soccer

Head Coach Volleyball

Head Coach Men’s Tennis

Head Coach Women’s Lacrosse

DEB LEVINE

TIM O’SHEA

JAMIE PINZINO

MIKE PRESSLER

SEAMUS PURCELL

STEPHANIE REILLY

Director of Operations

Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Head Coach Baseball

Head Coach Men’s Lacrosse

Head Coach Men’s Soccer

Head Coach XC/Track & Field

JOHN RUPPERT

SHAUNESSY SAUCIER

JASON SULLIVAN

KELLEY TIARKS

LISA-ANN WALLACE

BETHANY WANDYES

Associate Director of Athletics

Head Coach Field Hockey

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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At Bryant University, student-athletes are expected to be exactly that — true student-athletes. And from the administration, to the coaches, to the support staff, Bryant Athletics strives for allaround excellence, not just on the court but in the classroom as well. Among the many academic services student-athletes are encouraged to take advantage of is the Academic Center for Excellence.

The Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) is dedicated to helping Bryant students achieve their goal of academic success. Learning specialists provide individualized assistance in college level study skill development for all students. Here, studentathletes can seek help in any area of study from one of Bryant’s 14 professional staff members, 30 trained peer tutors, 15 peer writing consultants and numerous other staff members trained in different subjects, areas and styles of learning.

All Bryant coaches are given updated academic progress and grade reports throughout the season while mandatory study hall hours are put in place for all students. The goal at ACE is to help students become self-reliant, independent, confident learners so they may successfully meet the demands of their chosen academic curricula. This is achieved through a myriad of services to support academic progress and find what learning and study strategies work

stages of the writing process, including brainstorming, outlining, thesis development and draft editing. Writing Reference Materials are provided for students seeking specific information on everything from how to use MLA and APA reference formatting to the different writing styles used in specific types of courses.

best for each student. ACE provides support for students working on individual assignments and for those working on group projects. Students requiring special accommodations are encouraged to read more about the center’s Learning Disability Services and make an appointment as soon as they register for courses each semester. Second language learners seeking extra support are encouraged to read more about our International and ESL Student Services. ACE also provides specialized services for Student Athletes.

Both ACE and The Writing Center offer Workshops for students throughout the semester and provide Faculty Services including class visits and tours of the center.

LEARNING LAB

ACE Peer Tutors are trained and certified by The College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) and offer both one-on-one and group appointments for a variety of academic subjects. Learning Labs allow students to work with a Specialist or Peer Tutor on math, economics, finance or accounting assignments. The Writing Center, housed within ACE, provides oneon-one services with professional Writing Specialists and student Writing Consultants, who are also CRLA trained and certified. The ability to write clearly and effectively is a critical skill in any professional field and is a key to success in many courses. The Writing Center staff work with students at all

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2010 SEASON OUTLOOK ith a season of Division I competition under its belt and any doubts about its ability to compete now erased, the Bryant University women’s lacrosse team is ready for Round Two.

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And the Bulldogs are more talented and driven than ever entering their second season at the Division I level after finishing the 2009 campaign with a 3-13 overall record. Bryant lost just a trio of starters from last year’s squad and returns 15 letterwinners set to join ranks with arguably the deepest and most exciting recruiting class in Bryant women’s lacrosse history. Still, the challenge of another full DI schedule will not be easy, particularly since the Bulldogs will spend much of it within the Northeast Conference, where they play a full league slate for the first time. But with a 2010 squad that returns a veteran core full of talent and dedication and gets a fresh look from its six-man freshman class, the Bulldogs are ready not only to continue their success, but to build on it and achieve even greater goals as the future unfolds.

ATTACK Despite losing two attackers from last year’s starting unit, head coach Karen Healy isn’t concerned about her team’s need to fill holes. That’s because any “gaps” left by the graduation of 15-game starter Lauren Albert and 2009 leading scorer Delia Glover will be plugged by an offensive unit that features a far more balanced attack, thanks to the development of now-sophomores Lauren Sheridan (Bethpage, N.Y.) and Antoinette Lombardi (Wallingford, Conn.), both of whom spent their freshmen campaigns honing their skills beside last year’s seniors. Sheridan earned starts in 13 games as a rookie last season, appearing in all 16 contests while finishing fourth on the team in scoring (18 goals, 5 assists) and second among all freshmen. Sheridan led the

team in free position goals with nine in 15 tries and picked up 13 ground balls in 2009. Lombardi steps into the starting lineup having seen action in 12 games last season, chipping in four goals with a trio of assists on the year. The sophomore duo will be joined by veteran starter and two-year captain Alli Faiola (Billerica, Mass.), who is the team’s top returning scorer with 33 goals and a team-best 16 assists to her name in 2009. Faiola is deadly in free position opportunities, converting eight of her 10 attempts, and picked up 17 ground balls with 13 draw controls in 16 appearances a year ago. The trio make up a dream unit for Healy and the Bulldogs, and each one brings a different and impressive asset to the table. “Sheridan is a pitbull of a player,” said Healy. “And with her freshman year now behind her, she has that much more confidence in her abilities, so we will count on her for her quickness and for the canon-like shot that served her so well as a rookie.” Sheridan’s tough and fiesty style of play goes nicely with the crafty play of Lombardi. “They have great chemistry when it comes to the double team and they work together so well to cause turnovers in transition,” Healy said of the duo. A sneaky attacker, Lombardi has a knack for getting underneath and open, providing a consistent option for an outlet pass or quick shot. “She plays from behind the cage a lot,” said Healy, “putting herself into the quarterback role as well.” But the experience of the Bulldogs’ top offensive line lies in Faiola, whose strong and steady play dictates the tempo on the field. “Alli plays with no fear,” said Healy. “She is a true leader on the field, and her teammates look to her as a two-year captain to guide them in games and in practice.”

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But there are three other attackers waiting in wings for the call, including a pair of newcomers in Trisha Starkey (Stow, Mass.) and Kelsea Gettings (Wallingford, Conn.). With commanding speed, Gettings could have an impact off the bench in her rookie campaign. “Kelsea’s speed is a huge asset to us and will get her minutes this season,” said her coach. “That, combined with the strong and accurate shot she has, could be enough to keep her on the field. We expect her to up our offensive game each time she gets on the field.” Starkey, as with walk-on junior Kaitlinh Ho (Danbury, Conn.), will look to learn from those ahead of her and grow into a role player as the season progresses. Ho could fill into that role even sooner, as her game knowledge and skill levels continue to grow and improve after joining the team as a sophomore in 2009. “She has impressed the coaching staff with her game IQ as well as her dedictation and should see more time this season because of it.”

MIDFIELD Bryant boasts a strong returning midfield corps in sophomores Mary Green (Merrick, N.Y.) and Kayla Manzi (Agawam, Mass.), junior Meg Atha (Valley Cottage, N.Y.) and seniors Eliza DeMarseilles (Branford, Conn.) and Nikole Such (Wrightstown, N.J.), a unit that remains fully intact from a year ago. A fervent competitor with a poised voice on the field, Green is always an offensive threat for the Bulldogs after leading all freshmen in scoring last season and finishing third on the team with 29 goals and nine helpers. Green will step into the center role for the second-straight season and will be looked at to continue winning draw controls (second on team in 2009 with 31) and picking up ground balls (third with 22). But with her freshman year behind her, she will be called on to do more

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2010 SEASON OUTLOOK than ever in her second season.

Fellow freshman Yeawoma Johnson (Franklin, Mass.) will look to get in on the action on defense as well.

“Mary can assume any role on the field, from attack and midfield to transition play and defense,” said Healy. “She is the most versatile player on our roster, not to mention a fierce opponent with good size and a tremendous competitive drive.”

GOALKEEPER The Bulldogs return two strong options between the posts in senior captain Jessica Bolton (Belgrade Lakes, Maine) and Lauren Filippone (West Babylon, N.Y.) after the pair split time in 2009.

Manzi enters her sophomore season as one of the Bulldogs’ most physical assets while fellow starter Atha will be the player called upon to put her newly developed offensive prowess to work for the Black and Gold.

Filippone looks to get the nod as the starter to open 2010 after posting a .396 save percentage last year. “Now a sophomore, Lauren has her duties and her competition figured out,” said Healy. “She is our most athletic player and produces long clears, which will be one of our biggest assets in 2010.”

“Kayla has the potential to be one of our most powerful threats, and we are looking to Atha to be the team’s top scoring threat out of the midfield,” said Healy. “Meg is becoming a player her teammates look to in the offensive third,” she added. “But not only has she started to fulfill her potential offensively, she has also really come into her own on defense. She has worked hard this offseason and it shows.” The most experienced midfielder on the Bryant side, DeMarseilles will open the 2010 season as a starter for the third-consecutive year, and the Bulldogs would be hard-pressed to find a more aggressive player or a harder worker. She is joined by classmate Such, who is the most fit player on the team and uses her tireless legs and voice to lead the midfield ranks. “Nikole is our ground ball queen,” said Healy. “She anticipates so well and her small stature allows her to take advantage and scoop up loose balls. She is an incredibly smart player on and off the field.” But the Bulldogs believe in a quick rotation and a fast-paced, aggressive style of play, leaving the opportunity for minutes in the midfield wide open. Juniors Christine Sutherland (Brewster, N.Y.) and Kaitlyn McCabe (Bourne, Mass.) will play a big role in the middle off the bench, and along with freshman Madeleine Pickett (Stratham, N.H.), could earn a start on any given day. Sutherland will be looked toward to assist on the draw and will use her high lacrosse IQ and unstoppable quickness to get open on cuts and provide an option on offense. Meanwhile, McCabe will need to continue to be someone her teammates can look for in transition. “McCabe grows faster, stronger, more poised and more confident every time she touches the field,” said Healy. “She is already one of the most trusted players on the field with the ball in her stick and we will need her to jumpstart our transition game.” The first rookie off the bench for Bryant, Pickett comes into the program with impressively strong stick skills, and already has the reputation of being a patient and poised feeder.

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“She is arguably our most coachable player, and we expect her to put up big numbers in the assist column off the bench,” said Healy. “We will rely on her strong decision-making and stick skills to create opportunities to connect with our top scorers and dish out the big assist when we need it.” Another pair of Bulldogs in junior Meaghan Delaney (Centerville, Mass.) and freshman Emily Bogan (Swansea, Mass.) will also work for time throughout the 2010 campaign. Delaney is a defensiveminded middie with a high fitness level, while Bogan provides another crafty midfield option with her great poise and natural ability to handle pressure. Both will learn from this season’s strong platoon of upperclassmen midfielders and continue to work for playing time.

LOW DEFENSE Two-time captain and three-year starter Victoria Kuhns (South Windsor, Conn.) returns to anchor the low defense in 2010. Kuhns is the bruiser of the Bryant side and is known as one of the toughest players, as well as the loudest voice on the field for the Black and Gold.

After a year of collegiate experience, Filippone has also greatly improved her communication skills on the field, becoming a vocal leader between the pipes. “Lauren is a risk taker with a quick reaction time,” Healy added. “She is not afraid to come out of the cage for a ground ball or on the clear, and her excellent field vision allows her to pick up passes from behind.” She will be backed up by Bolton, who is a huge motivator for underclassmen and upperclassmen alike. “Her work ethic and heart are unquestionable, and that makes her an example for the rest of the team,” said Healy. “She is a calming influence throughout the goalie ranks and on the team as a whole.” Bolton went 2-6 last season and made 97 saves, posting a 15.11 goals against average while Filippone ended the season at 1-7 with a 16.39 goals against average.

Kuhns is an aggressive player in the back and shares crease defense responsibilities with sophomore Mackenzie Baker (Bayport, N.Y.). “Baker is our unsung hero on defense,” Healy said. “She is our smartest defender and is the behind-thescenes anchor of our back line.” Rookie Nicole Rettinger (Dix Hills, N.Y.) will join the starting ranks right away after proving herself throughout the fall season. The only freshman starter, Rettinger is not afraid to take a hit, making her one of the best on the squad at causing turnovers and forcing ground balls. “She is the toughest player on the team,” said Healy. “She has no fear and goes full-speed at everything on the field in games and in practice. And with her quick step off the whistle, we’ll need her to fill the void left by Delia Glover on draw controls.”

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THE COACHING STAFF

KAREN HEALY HEAD COACH FIFTH SEASON »

amed head coach of the Bryant University women's lacrosse program in July of 2008, Karen Healy returns to Smithfield, R.I. for her fifth season as the Bulldogs’ skipper.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR OVERALL CONF. 2005 (B) ..........12-5 8-2 (NE-10) (B)

2006 ..........11-5 8-2 (NE-10) 2007 (B) ............9-6 7-3 (NE-10) 2008 (W) ..........3-13 3-5 (NEC) 2009 (B) ..........3-13 N/A* 38-42 26-12

This is Healy’s second stint as head women’s lacrosse coach, as she also spent three seasons at the program’s helm from 2005-07 before leaving after 2007 season to become the head coach at Wagner College. Healy rejoined the Bulldogs after just one season with the Seahawks.

During her coaching career at Bryant, Healy has led the Bulldogs to a combined 32-16 overall record in four years, including a trio of winning seasons and a 23-7 mark (B) at Bryant University in the Bulldogs’ Division II Northeast-10 (B) at Wagner College Conference before making the move to Di* Team went 2-5 as an Independent against the NEC in inaugural DI season vision I. She led the Bulldog program into a new era starting in the 2009 season, as the athletic department and the women’s lacrosse team embarked on their inaugural Division I campaign. Healy first arrived in Smithfield, R.I. in the spring of 2005 after serving as the Assistant Program Director at MetroLacrosse, Inc., a Boston-based organization that provides free youth lacrosse leagues in Boston's historically underserved communities.

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ing her tenure under head coach Carrie Bolduc, the Minutewomen won 17 games from 2003-04, including an 2003 season that saw UMass go 11-8 and finish as the Atlantic 10 Runner-Up. In her 2008 season with Wagner, Healy’s Seahawks went 3-13 with a 3-5 mark within the Northeast Conference. A 2002 graduate of Syracuse University, Healy enjoyed an outstanding career for the Orange, helping lead her team to three NCAA Championship appearances. A two-time All-American at Syracuse as a freshman and sophomore, she also earned Second Team Big East honors during her senior season. A native of Freeport, N.Y., where she was a high school All-American, Healy graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies.

Before joining MetroLacrosse, Healy enjoyed two successful seasons as an assistant coach at UMass Amherst in her first stop on the coaching ladder. Dur-

THE HEALY HISTORY Full Name Karen Alexis Healy Born May 12, 1979 in Brooklyn, N.Y. High School Freeport High School, 1997 1997 High School All-American College Syracuse University B.A. in African American Studies ’02 As a player Four-year letterwinner in lacrosse Two-time All-American Second Team All-Big East selection Three NCAA Championship appearances As a coach Overall head coaching record ........38-42 Overall winning percentage ............ .475 Seasons as head coach............................5 Bryant University........................Head Coach 2005-2007; 2009-present 35-29 (.547) / four years Wagner College ..........................Head Coach 2008 3-13 (.188) / one year UMass Amherst ....................Assistant Coach 2003-2004

Caitlin Hansen ASSISTANT COACH » SECOND SEASON Bryant University ’08 aitlin Hansen enters her second season as an assistant women's lacrosse coach after spending four years competing for the Bulldogs on the field.

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A 2008 graduate and Bryant lacrosse standout, Hansen started all 66 games of her playing career and holds the record for most minutes played (3,258) in program history. Hansen is also near the top of the all-time program rankings in a number of offensive categories, sitting second in career points (195) and goals (161) after spending four seasons running the Bulldog midfield. Hansen scored 29 or more goals in

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each of her four seasons, enjoying her best campaign in her final year, when she posted 61 tallies — good for second in the all-time single-season rankings — and added nine assists for 70 points in 18 games. She also owns the top spot for draw controls in a season (53) and draw controls in a single game (11). During her time as a player, Hansen was named a two-time second team all-conference selection and earned an all-region selection as a junior. She was also honored as a first team all-academic award winner and was the recipient of the William T. O'Hara Leadership Award. Hansen graduated from Bryant University summa cum laude in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, receiving the Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year award as a senior.

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2010 ROSTER 2010 BRYANT UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S LACROSSE ROSTER #

Name

Cl.

Pos.

Ht.

Hometown / High School

00

Jessica Bolton

Sr.

GK

5-4

Belgrade Lakes, Maine / Scarborough

2

Trisha Starkey

Fr.

A

5-5

Stow, Mass. / Nashoba Regional

3

Victoria Kuhns

Sr.

D

5-5

South Windsor, Conn. / South Windsor

4

Mackenzie Baker

So.

D

5-5

Bayport, N.Y. / Bayport-Blue Point

5

Allison Faiola

Sr.

A

5-5

Billerica, Mass. / Billerica Memorial

6

Madeleine Pickett

Fr.

M

5-4

Stratham, N.H. / St. Thomas Aquinas

7

Kelsea Gettings

Fr.

A

5-9

Wallingford, Conn. / Mercy

8

Meg Atha

Jr.

M

5-2

Valley Cottage, N.Y. / Nyack

9

Eliza DeMarseilles

Sr.

M

5-3

Branford, Conn. / Branford

10

Antoinette Lombardi

So.

A

5-5

Wallingford, Conn. / Mercy

11

Christine Sutherland

Jr.

M

5-7

Brewster, N.Y. / Brewster

13

Kayla Manzi

So.

M

5-4

Agawam, Mass. / Agawam

16

Mary Green

So.

M

5-8

Merrick, N.Y. / Calhoun

17

Emily Bogan

Fr.

M

5-4

Swansea, Mass. / Providence Country Day

18

Kaitlyn McCabe

Jr.

M

5-5

Bourne, Mass. / Bourne

19

Lauren Sheridan

So.

A

5-2

Bethpage, N.Y. / Bethpage

20

Lauren Filippone

So.

GK

5-6

West Babylon, N.Y. / West Babylon

21

Nicole Rettinger

Fr.

D

5-6

Dix Hills, N.Y. / Half Hollow Hills West

22

Kaitlinh Ho

Jr.

A

5-7

Danbury, Conn. / Danbury

23

Meaghan Delaney

Jr.

M

5-9

Centerville, Mass. / Barnstable

24

Yeawoma Johnson

Fr.

D

5-6

Franklin, Mass. / Franklin

25

Nikole Such

Sr.

M

5-1

Wrightstown, N.J. / Northern Burlington

Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Captains: Athletic Trainer:

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Karen Healy, fifth season (Syracuse ’02) Caitlin Hansen, second season (Bryant ’08) Allison Faiola (’10), Jessica Bolton (’10), Victoria Kuhns (’10) Matt Cutts (Keene State ’09)

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY CLASS Seniors .................................................................. 5 Juniors.................................................................... 5 Sophomores.......................................................... 6 Freshmen .............................................................. 6 BY STATE Connecticut .......................................................... 5 Maine .................................................................... 1 Massachusetts ...................................................... 7 New Hampshire.................................................... 1 New Jersey ............................................................ 1 New York................................................................ 7 BY POSITION Attack .................................................................... 6 Midfield................................................................ 10 Defense.................................................................. 4 Goalie .................................................................... 2 BY HEIGHT 5-1 .......................................................................... 1 5-2 .......................................................................... 2 5-3 .......................................................................... 1 5-4 .......................................................................... 4 5-5 .......................................................................... 6 5-6 .......................................................................... 3 5-7 .......................................................................... 2 5-8 .......................................................................... 1 5-9 .......................................................................... 2

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Meg ATHA Eliza DeMARSEILLES Allison FAIOLA Lauren FILIPPONE YEAWOMA Johnson Victoria KUHNS Kayla MANZI Nicole RETTINGER Nikole SUCH

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MEET THE BULLDOGS 8 » MEG ATHA

00 » JESSICA BOLTON » CAPTAIN

Junior » Midfield » 5-2 » Valley Cottage, N.Y. (Nyack) HEALY ON ATHA: After gaining experience the past two seasons, Meg will be relied upon to put her powerful shot to work and help organize our attack.

CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 2 vs. Southern Conn. (April 12, 2008) ASSISTS: 1 vs. Franklin Pierce (March 27, 2008) POINTS: 2 vs. Southern Conn. (April 12, 2008) GROUND BALLS: 2 twice, last vs. Rollins (March 12, 2008)

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 16-2 15-0 31-2

G 5 1 6

A 1 0 1

PTS SH GWG 6 10 1 1 9 0 7 19 1

GBs 9 4 13

CT 1 2 3

2009: Played in 15-of-16 games for the Bulldogs as a sophomore... Scored only goal of the season in the team's 15-4 win over Howard University... Had four ground balls on the year, coming against Louisville, Monmouth, Central Connecticut and Iona... Added three draw controls and two caused turnovers.

2008: As a freshman, saw action in 16 games, starting two... Scored five goals and added one assist... Scored career-high two tallies against Southern Connecticut on April 12.

Senior » Goalie » 5-4 » Belgrade Lakes, Maine (Scarborough) HEALY ON BOLTON: Since transferring in her sophomore year, Jessica is the only Bulldog with DI, DII and DIII experience. We intend to rely on this experience and her calm demeanor to anchor our defense.

2009: Set a school record with 20 saves in a 12-8 win over Central Connecticut on April 1... Saw action in 14 games, earning eight starts in goal where she posted a 2-6 record... Finished the year with a 15.11 GAA and a .445 save percentage... Made 11 saves against Sacred Heart and had 17 stops in the season-opener against Louisville.

CAREER HIGHS SAVES: 20 vs. Central Connecticut (April 1, 2009) GOALS ALLOWED: 0 at Howard (March 12, 2009) SHOTS FACED: 47 at Bentley (March 25, 2008) GROUND BALLS: 7 at Merrimack (April 2, 2008)

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS MIN GA GAA 18-16 1070:54 255 14.29 14-8 480:21 121 15.11 32-24 1551:15 376 14.54

SV W L 178 10 8 97 2 6 275 12 14

T 0 0 0

2008: Started all 18 games in net, recording 178 saves and averaging 14 stops per game.

Before Bryant: A 2007 graduate of Nyack High School... Named an all-league and AllRockland County selection in both field hockey and lacrosse... Selected to participate at the National Field Hockey Olympic Development Camp... Four-year varsity member of the field hockey team and three-year member of varsity lacrosse team.

Before Bryant: A 2006 graduate of Scarborough High School, Bolton joined the Bulldogs as a sophomore after spending her rookie year at Guilford College... Lettered in field hockey, ice hockey and lacrosse at Scarborough... 2005 Academic All-American... Southern Maine Activities Association All-Star... All-state selection... Captain as a senior.

Personal: Born on April 28, 1989... Daughter of Peter and Michelle Atha... Double majors in marketing and management in the College of Business.

Personal: Born May 11, 1988... Daughter of William and Nancy Bolton... Has one sister, Annie, and one brother, Eddie... Double majors in marketing and management in the College of Business.

4 » MACKENZIE BAKER Sophomore » Defense » 5-5 » Bayport, N.Y. (Bayport-Blue Point) HEALY ON BAKER: A starter as a rookie, Mackenzie brings personality and defensive awareness to our team. Look for her to emerge as a vocal leader on defense in her sophomore campaign.

CAREER HIGHS GOALS: n/a ASSISTS: n/a DRAW CONTROLS: 1 at Long Island (April 19, 2009) GROUND BALLS: 5 at Long Island (April 19, 2009) CAUSED TURNOVERS: 2 at Saint Francis (PA) (March 14, 2009)

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2009 Total

GP-GS 15-12 15-12

G 0 0

A 0 0

PTS SH GWG 0 1 0 0 1 0

GBs 16 16

CT 6 6

2009: Played in 15 games as a freshman, starting in 12 on the year... Racked up 16 ground balls as a defender, including a season-high five against Long Island... Also added a draw control against LIU... Recorded three ground balls against Sacred Heart and two against Louisville and Central Connecticut... Forced two turnovers against Saint Francis (PA).

23 » MEAGHAN DELANEY Junior » Midfield » 5-9 » Centerville, Mass. (Barnstable) HEALY ON DELANEY: Meaghan enters her junior season at her highest level of fitness. With her hard-working attitude, expect her to add depth to the midfield.

CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1 at Saint Francis (PA) (March 14, 2009) ASSISTS: n/a POINTS: 1 at Saint Francis (PA) (March 14, 2009) GROUND BALLS: 1 four times, last at Iona (April 14, 2009)

2009: Saw action in seven games in her second season at Bryant... Scored only goal of the season in a 20-10 win over Saint Francis (PA) on March 14... Picked up a ground ball vs. Iona. 2008: Saw action in 14 games as a freshman, collecting three ground balls.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 14-0 7-0 21-0

G 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

PTS SH GWG 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0

GBs 3 1 4

CT 0 0 0

Before Bryant: A 2008 graduate of Bayport-Blue Point High School... Three-sport athlete competing in field hockey, winter track and lacrosse... Four-year varsity lacrosse starter... Suffolk County Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Tournament Award... Four-time ScholarAthlete Award winner... All-Division Suffolk County selection in lacrosse... Earned the Coaches Award in field hockey... Four-year honor roll student.

Before Bryant: A 2007 graduate of Barnstable High School... Three-year lacrosse letterwinner... Two-year captain (2006, 2007)... Named a 2006 Cape and Islands All-Star... 2007 New England Premier Lacrosse All-Star selection... 2007 Boston Globe Lacrosse AllStar pick... Earned a Pilgrim League All-Star Honorable Mention... Also lettered in field hockey and basketball throughout high school.

Personal: Born January 23, 1990... Daughter of William and Danene Baker... Has one brother, Billy... Plans to study communications in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Personal: Born October 22, 1989... Daughter of Kerry and Moe Delaney... Has one brother, Matt... Studies global studies in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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MEET THE BULLDOGS 9 » ELIZA DEMARSEILLES

20 » LAUREN FILIPPONE

Senior » Midfield » 5-3 » Branford, Conn. (Branford) HEALY ON DEMARSEILLES: Eliza's hustle and aggressive style of play make her the sparkplug of our midfield. In her senior campaign, expect her to continue to make an impact all over the field and put big numbers on the board.

CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 3 at Long Island (April 19, 2009) ASSISTS: 3 four times, last at Saint Francis (PA) (March 14, 2009) POINTS: 5 three times, last at Saint Francis (PA) (March 14, 2009) GROUND BALLS: 6 five times, last at SNHU (May 2, 2008)

GP-GS G 14-0 2 17-15 16 16-15 12 47-30 30

CAREER HIGHS SAVES: 11 at Boston College (April 17, 2009) GOALS ALLOWED: 4 twice, last at Sacred Heart (March 29, 2009) SHOTS FACED: 39 at Boston College (April 17, 2009) GROUND BALLS: 4 at Quinnipiac (April 3, 2009)

2009: Saw action in all 16 games as a junior, earning 15 starts at midfield... Scored 12 goals and added 10 assists to finish sixth on team in scoring... Scored a career-high three goals against LIU on April 19... Had three multi-goal games, including a pair of tallies in wins over Howard and Saint Francis (PA)... Had career-best five-point game against Saint Francis (PA), dishing out three assists to go with two goals... Season-best four ground balls against Louisville... Won two ground balls and three draw controls against Iona.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2007 2008 2009 Total

Sophomore » Goalie » 5-6 » West Babylon, N.Y. (West Babylon)

A PTS SH GWG 5 7 9 1 16 32 39 1 10 22 45 0 31 61 93 2

GBs 18 60 21 99

CT 6 26 10 42

2008: Saw action in 17 games, starting in 15... Scored 16 goals and added 16 assists on the year... Led team with 60 ground balls... Scored two goals and notched three assists against American International on March 19.

2007: Played in 14 games as a freshman... Scored gamewinning goal at Franklin Pierce... Recorded goal in win over Saint Michael’s. Before Bryant: A 2006 graduate of Branford High School... Lettered in lacrosse, field hockey and indoor track for the Hornets... Senior all-star game participant... Member of 2005 super junior team... National Honor Society member. Personal: Born May 7, 1988... Daughter of Paul DeMarseilles and Marie Coppola... Studies marketing in the College of Business.

5 » ALLISON FAIOLA »CAPTAIN Senior » Midfield » 5-5 » Billerica, Mass. (Billerica Memorial) CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 8 twice, last at SNHU (May 2, 2008) ASSISTS: 7 at Saint Francis (PA) (March 14, 2009) POINTS: 11 at Saint Francis (PA) (March 14, 2009) GROUND BALLS: 6 at Adelphi (April 26, 2008)

HEALY ON FAIOLA: A captain since her junior year, Alli controls our tempo and is involved in nearly every play. In her senior year, expect her to continue to take charge on the field and be a top offensive threat.

2009: Second on the team in scoring as a junior with 33 goals and 16 assists on the year... Was 8-for-10 on free position shots... Had nine multi-goal games... Notched a season-best five goals on the road against Howard... Followed with a career-high 11 points against Saint Francis (PA) (4g, 7a)... Tallied four goals against Iona and Long Island and scored three in the season finale against Villanova at home... Recorded the game-winning goal against Howard.

2008: Started all 18 games for the Bulldogs, leading the team in goals (66) and total points (90)... Recorded four Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GWG GBs CT game-winning goals... Picked up 38 ground balls on the 2007 15-0 5 1 6 14 0 13 4 year... Scored a season-high 10 points against Rollins Col2008 18-18 66 24 90 117 4 38 11 lege on March 12, collecting a career-high eight tallies while 2009 16-15 33 16 49 71 1 17 5 adding two assists... Registered eight points (5g, 3a) vs. Total 49-33 104 41 145 202 5 68 20 Bentley and seven vs. Assumption (5g, 2a)... Posted a ninepoint outing in the NE-10 playoffs, scoring eight goals and chipping in a helper against Southern New Hampshire... Notched six goals against New Haven. CAREER STATISTICS

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2009 Total

GP-GS MIN 14-7 479:39 14-7 479:39

GA GAA SV 131 16.39 86 131 16.39 86

W 1 1

L 7 7

T 0 0

HEALY ON FILIPPONE: With a year of experience under her belt, Lauren will once again look to make an impact between the pipes. Her quickness and fearless style of play will be relied upon this season to keep momentum on our side.

2009: Played in 13 games and earned seven starts in goal for the Bulldogs... Posted a 1-7 record with a 16.39 GAA and .396 save percentage... Made season-high 11 saves against Boston College on April 17... Recorded 10 saves on three occasions (Saint Francis (PA), LIU, Villanova)... Held Howard to just four goals to earn her only win of the year. Before Bryant: A 2008 graduate of West Babylon High School... Three-year lacrosse letterwinner... All-county honorable mention choice in 2008... Named an Academic All-American as a senior... All-division selection in 2007... Was a three-sport athlete at West Babylon, also lettering two years in both soccer and basketball... Participated in DECA and mock trials... Honor roll student. Personal: Born April 12, 1990... Daughter of Joseph and Donna Filippone... Has a sister, Alexis, and a brother, Vincent, who plays lacrosse at NYIT... Double majors in accounting and economics in the College of Business.

2007: Scored five goals in rookie season with the Bulldogs... Scored goals against Bentley, New Haven and Stonehill... Had two draw controls vs. AIC... Picked up a pair of ground balls vs. Bentley and Assumption. Before Bryant: A 2006 graduate of Billerica Memorial High School... Named the 2006 Player of the Year for the Indians... Named an Eastern Massachusetts All-Star... All-Merrimack Valley Conference selection as a junior and senior. Personal: Born August 7, 1987... Daughter of James and Karen Faiola... Has two sisters, Jenna and Adra, and one brother, Patrick... Studies finance in the College of Business.

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MEET THE BULLDOGS 16 » MARY GREEN

22 » KAITLINH HO

Sophomore » Midfield » 5-8 » Merrick, N.Y. (Calhoun) HEALY ON HO: A hard-working, dedicated attacker, Kaitlinh is fighting for minutes in her junior season. She joined the team last year and has proven to be a consummate teammate.

CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 5 at Long Island (April 19, 2009) ASSISTS: 2 twice, last vs. Villanova (April 25, 2009) POINTS: 6 twice, last vs. Villanova (April 25, 2009) GROUND BALLS: 3 three times, last vs. Villanova (April 25, 2009)

GP-GS G 16-15 29 16-15 29

CAREER HIGHS GOALS: n/a

2009: Saw limited time in her first year at Bryant as a sophomore walk-on... Saw action in five games for the Bulldogs, registering two shots on the season (vs. Saint Francis (PA) and vs. Boston College).

ASSISTS: n/a POINTS: n/a GROUND BALLS: n/a

Before Bryant: A 2007 graduate of Danbury High School... Participated in cheerleading and lacrosse... Three-time state champion and three-time conference champion in cheerleading... Part of nationally ranked cheerleading squad... All-conference and all-state cheerleader... Lacrosse team captain.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2009 Total

Junior » Attack » 5-7 » Danbury, Conn. (Danbury)

A 9 9

PTS SH GWG 38 77 1 38 77 1

GBs 22 22

CT 8 8

HEALY ON GREEN: With a year of competition behind her, we will rely on Mary's hard-working and competitive attitude to motivate our team. An impact midfielder, expect her presence to be felt on both ends of the field.

Personal: Born April 11, 1989... Daughter of Krissy and Lew Lombardo... Has three brothers, Zachary, LJ and Randy, and one sister, Jennifer... Studies actuarial mathematics in the College of Arts and Sciences.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2009 Total

GP-GS 15-12 15-12

G 0 0

A 0 0

Personal: Born March 23, 1990... Daughter of Joe and Pat Green... Has two sisters, Shannon and Erin... Plans to study management and marketing in the College of Business.

GBs 16 16

CT 6 6

3 » VICTORIA KUHNS »CAPTAIN Senior » Defense » 5-5 » South Windsor, Conn. (South Windsor)

2009: Enjoyed an outstanding rookie season with the women's lacrosse team... Finished third on the team in scoring with 29 goals and nine assists for 38 points on the year... Had the game winner in Bryant's 12-8 win over Central Connecticut on April 1... Scored a career-best five goals against LIU and had four tallies against Villanova and Saint Francis (PA)... Scored five free position goals on the year... Had five draw controls against Central Connecticut and added draws against LIU... Also a member of the Bryant women's soccer team. Before Bryant: A 2008 graduate of Calhoun High School, Green was a four-year lacrosse letterwinner for the Colts... Also lettered in basketball... Led team in goals scored all four years... Named Junior Female Athlete of the Year... Allclass selection in 2005 and 2006... Named an all-county pick in 2007... All-conference basketball choice in 2006 and 2007 and all-class selection in 2008... All-class honoree in lacrosse in 2006... Earned all-county bid and team MVP award in 2007.

PTS SH GWG 0 1 0 0 1 0

CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1 at American Int’l (March 19, 2008) ASSISTS: n/a POINTS: 1 at American Int’l (March 19, 2008) GROUND BALLS: 4 four times, last at Long Island (April 19, 2009) CAUSED TURNOVERS: 4 at Long Island (April 19, 2009)

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 18-18 16-15 34-33

G 1 0 1

A 0 0 0

PTS SH GWG 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0

GBs 25 30 55

CT 9 9 18

HEALY ON KUHNS: As a second-year captain, Victoria is expected to be a leader on defense. Opposing teams feel her presence through her physical style of play. 2009: Played in all 16 games as a junior, including 15 as a starting defender... Led the team with 30 ground balls on the year and added five draw controls and nine caused turnovers... Season-best four ground balls against Monmouth, Iona and Long Island... Forced four turnovers against the Blackbirds. 2008: Started all 18 games for the Bulldogs, scoring a goal against American International College on March 19... Recorded 25 ground balls on the season. Before Bryant: Joined the Bulldogs as a sophomore after spending her freshman year at Le Moyne College... A 2006 graduate of South Windsor High School... Three-time all-conference selection... Earned all-state and All-America Honorable Mention honors in 2006... Captain as a senior. Personal: Born April 19, 1988... Daughter of Thomas and Lesa Kuhns... Has one brother, Thomas Jr., and one sister, Liza... Studies management in the College of Business.

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MEET THE BULLDOGS 10 » ANTOINETTE LOMBARDI

18 » KAITLYN McCABE

Sophomore » Midfield » 5-2 » Wallingford, Conn. (Mercy) HEALY ON LOMBARDI: In her sophomore year, Antoinette should emerge as an offensive presence. A sneaky low attacker, she will be looked toward to organize our attack and score goals.

CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1 four times, last vs. Villanova (April 25, 2009) ASSISTS: 1 three times, last at Quinnipiac (April 3, 2009) POINTS: 2 at Quinnipiac (April 3, 2009) GROUND BALLS: 4 at Iona (April 14, 2009)

GP-GS 21-1 21-1

CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 4 at American Int’l (March 19, 2008) ASSISTS: 3 twice, last at Long Island (April 19, 2009) POINTS: 5 at American Int’l (March 19, 2008) GROUND BALLS: 4 vs. SNHU (April 19, 2008)

2009: Played in 12-of-16 games for the Bulldogs as a freshman midfielder... Had one start on the year, coming against Brown on April 7... Had four goals on the year with three assists.... Scored goals against Quinnipiac, Columbia, Iona and Villanova... Picked up a season-best four ground balls against Long Island and forced a pair of caused turnovers on the year.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2009 Total

Junior » Midfield » 5-5 » Bourne, Mass. (Bourne)

G 4 4

A 3 3

PTS SH GWG 7 10 0 7 10 0

GBs 5 5

CT 2 2

Before Bryant: A 2008 graduate of Mercy High School... Was a three-sport athlete in field hockey, basketball and lacrosse... Earned a second team all-conference nod in both field hockey and lacrosse... Was the field hockey team’s leading scorer... Defensive and Offensive Team MVP... Named to Connecticut All-Star team.

Personal: Born December 21, 1990... Daughter of Rocco and Laurie Lombardi... Plans to study marketing in the College of Business.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 18-16 16-5 34-21

G 9 3 12

A PTS SH GWG 12 21 22 0 3 6 5 0 15 27 27 0

GBs 21 13 34

CT 4 4 8

HEALY ON McCABE: In her junior year, Kaitlyn will move from the midfield to a more defensive role. Her patience and speed will be relied upon to help start our transition game.

2009: Played in all 16 games as a sophomore, including five as a starting midfielder... Scored three goals on the year, including two against Howard in the team's 15-4 win... Had a goal against Saint Francis (PA)... Dished out season-best three assists against Long Island... Registered 13 ground balls on the year, including a season-high three against LIU... Also added two draw controls against the Blackbirds. 2008: Played in all 18 games as a freshman... Scored nine goals on the season, pitching in four against American International... Had three assists vs. Southern Connecticut.

11 » KAYLA MANZI Sophomore » Midfield » 5-4 » Agawam, Mass. (Agawam) HEALY ON MANZI: An experienced sophomore, Kayla's strength and speed will be the catalyst of our attack. Look for her on draw controls and to emerge as a leader this spring.

CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1 vs. Central Connecticut (April 1, 2009) ASSISTS: n/a POINTS: 1 vs. Central Connecticut (April 1, 2009) GROUND BALLS: 1 four times, last vs. Villanova (April 25, 2009)

2009: Saw action in 13 games as a freshman and started in seven... Earned only goal of the season in win over Central Connecticut on April 1... Registered four ground balls and 18 draw controls on the year... Season-best five draws vs. Villanova in season finale... Won four draw controls against Central Connecticut.

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GP-GS 13-7 13-7

G 1 1

A 0 0

Personal: Born September 17, 1988... Daughter of Kristin and Martin McCabe... Has one brother, Joseph... Studies applied mathematics and statistics in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Before Bryant: A 2008 graduate of Agawam High School... Played four years of lacrosse and soccer... All-league selection in soccer... All-Western Massachusetts and allscholastic selections in lacrosse... Nominated for lacrosse All-American.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2009 Total

Before Bryant: A 2007 graduate of Bourne High School... Three-year letterwinner in lacrosse... Recognized as team MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior... Three-time Maritime League All-Star selection... Named Cape and Islands All-Star... Also lettered in soccer and basketball... Four-year soccer letterwinner... Vice President of the National Honor Society... Recipient of Wellesley College Book Award.

PTS SH GWG 1 6 0 1 6 0

GBs 4 4

CT 1 1

Personal: Born September 19, 1990... Daughter of Anthony and Sandra Manzi... Has a brother, Anthony, and a sister, Tiffany, who played lacrosse at Quinnipiac University from 2006-09... Plans to study communications or marketing.

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MEET THE BULLDOGS 19 » LAUREN SHERIDAN

25 » NIKOLE SUCH

Sophomore » Attack » 5-2 » Bethpage, N.Y. (Bethpage)

HEALY ON SUCH: The most fit member of our squad, we will rely on her relentless defense and tireless legs in the midfield. Now in her senior year, Nikole is one of our most experienced defenders and we will need her voice on defense.

CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 4 vs. Siena (March 1, 2009) ASSISTS: 1 five times, last vs. Villanova April 25, 2009) POINTS: 5 vs. Siena (March 1, 2009) GROUND BALLS: 2 five times, last at Long Island (April 19, 2009)

GP-GS 16-13 16-13

CAREER HIGHS GOALS: n/a

2009: Played in all 16 games at midfield for the Bulldogs, earning 12 starts... Had one assist on the year, coming against Villanova in the season finale... Collected 17 ground balls and three draw controls on the season... Forced two turnovers, coming against Brown and Louisville.

ASSISTS: 1 twice, last vs. Villanova (April 25, 2009) POINTS: 1 twice, last vs. Villanova (April 25, 2009) GROUND BALLS: 2 seven times, last at Long Island (April 19, 2009)

2008: Saw action in 17 games, starting in five... Dished out an assist in NE-10 playoff game against Southern New Hampshire... Grabbed two ground balls vs. Rollins.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2009 Total

Senior » Midfield » 5-1 » Wrightstown, N.J. (Northern Burlington)

G 18 18

A 5 5

PTS SH GWG 23 43 0 23 43 0

GBs 13 13

CT 2 2

HEALY ON SHERIDAN: A veteran attacker as a sophomore, Lauren's quick feet and dynamite shot will be key to our success this season. Look for her to dictate the attack and emerge as a leader on the field.

2009: Enjoyed an outstanding freshman season at Bryant... Finished fourth on the team in scoring with 18 goals and five assists for 23 points... Scored a season-best four goals against Siena... Also added one assist against the Saints for five points on the game... Had three goals and one assist against Villanova in the season finale and recorded a three-goal game against Long Island... Scored twice against Columbia... Registered 13 ground balls on the year... Forced two caused turnovers against Monmouth. Before Bryant: A 2008 graduate of Bethpage High School... Threesport athlete who lettered in lacrosse, soccer and cheerleading... Captained her lacrosse and soccer teams... Won Team MVP award in both lacrosse and soccer... Named an all-county and all-conference selection in both lacrosse and soccer... Two-time conference champion in lacrosse... Lacrosse scholar-athlete... National Honor Society member. Personal: Born June 13, 1990... Daughter of Stephen and Joann Sheridan... Has two sisters, Colleen and Teri-Ann... Cousin, Mark, played four years of college football at the University at Albany.... Plans to study marketing in the College of Business.

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2007: Played in six games as a freshman... Picked up a ground ball vs. Southern Connecticut in 22-6 win over the Owls... Had one caused turnover vs. Franklin Pierce.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 6-0 17-5 16-12 39-17

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 1 1 2

PTS SH GWG 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 2 3 0

Before Bryant: A 2006 graduate of Northern Burlington County Regional High School... Three-year letterwinner in lacrosse for the Greyhounds... Earned the Coaches Award... National Honor Society member.

GBs 1 11 17 29

CT 1 4 6 11

Personal: Born August 25, 1988... Daughter of Sal and Connie Parascandola... Studies management in the College of Business.

11 » CHRISTINE SUTHERLAND Junior » Midfield » 5-7 » Brewster, N.Y. (Brewster) HEALY ON SUTHERLAND: As an upperclassman, we are looking to Christine to step up and balance our attack. Her height will also be an asset to us on the circle for draw controls.

CAREER HIGHS GOALS: 1 seven times, last vs. Villanova (April 25, 2009) ASSISTS: 1 three times, last at Iona (April 14, 2009) POINTS: 2 at Iona (April 14, 2009) GROUND BALLS: 3 at Iona (April 14, 2009)

2009: Played in all 16 games and started in seven as a sophomore... Scored five goals on the year and handed out two assists... Had single tallies against Saint Francis (PA), Columbia, Iona, LIU and Villanova... Posted 13 ground balls and 18 draw controls... Won a season-best three draws against Sacred Heart. 2008: As a freshman, saw action in nine games, earning three starts on the season (against Louisville, Bentley and Southern New Hampshire)... Scored goals against Louisville and Stonehill. Before Bryant: A 2007 graduate of Brewster High School... Four-year starting midfielder... Helped lead her 2006 team to Section I Class B semifinals... Also lettered in field hockey and basketball... All-league honorable mention selection... Team captain... Four-year honor roll student... Student Government President... Safe School Ambassador... National Honor Society member.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2008 2009 Total

GP-GS 9-3 16-7 25-10

G 2 5 7

A 1 2 3

PTS SH GWG 3 10 0 7 9 1 10 19 1

GBs 2 13 15

CT 1 5 6

Personal: Born April 11, 1989... Daughter of Robert and Donna Sutherland... Has one brother, Bill... Studies finance in the College of Business.

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MEET THE NEWCOMERS 17 » EMILY BOGAN

7 » KELSEA GETTINGS

Freshman » Midfield » 5-4 » Swansea, Mass. (Providence Country Day)

Freshman » Attack » 5-9 » Wallingford, Conn. (Mercy)

HEALY ON BOGAN: In her first year as a Bulldog, Emily will see significant time as an attacking midfielder. A scrappy competitor, she is expected to make an immediate impact, especially on ground balls and draw controls.

Before Bryant: A 2009 graduate of Providence Country Day, Bogan was a three-sport athlete who lettered in soccer, basketball and lacrosse... Graduated with a schoolrecord 197 career goals... Named a High School All-American as a senior.

24 » YEAWOMA JOHNSON

HEALY ON JOHNSON: Yeawoma is a fast and intimidating defender who is extremely coachable and has the potential to become a markup defender to cover opponents’ top offensive threats.

HEALY ON GETTINGS Kelsea is a freshman with great potential. As she competes for minutes this spring, we will rely on her speed to aid the transition to attack.

Before Bryant: A 2009 graduate of Mercy High School, Gettings was a two-sport athlete who lettered in volleyball and lacrosse... Named an all-area team selection in both sports.

Personal: Born May 15, 1991... Daughter of Shaun and Jen Bogan... Has one younger brother, Stephen... Plans to study accounting in the College of Business.

Personal: Born on September 1, 1991... Daughter of Michael and Patti Gettings... Has one brother, Michael... Plans to study communications in the College of Arts and Sciences.

6 » MADELEINE PICKETT

21 » NICOLE RETTINGER

Freshman » Midfield » 5-4 » Stratham, N.H. (St. Thomas Aquinas)

Freshman » Defense » 5-6 » Dix Hills, N.Y. (Half Hollow Hills West)

HEALY ON PICKETT: We anticipate Maddie to be an immediate impact player in her freshman campaign. She is a hard-working, coachable player with a graceful style of play and a high lacrosse IQ who will be looked upon to contribute in the midfield this year.

HEALY ON RETTINGER: In her first season, Nicole is expected to play a major role on defense. We will rely on her tough 1-on-1 defense and her hard-working, aggressive attitude.

Before Bryant: A 2009 graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas High School, Picket was a four-year varsity letterwinner in both lacrosse and soccer... Four-year starter in lacrosse... Team captain as a junior and senior... Led team to state finals as a junior and a final four appearance as a sophomore... Named a first team all-state selection... Set program record for career points... Graduated third all-time in goals scored (105)... Played for Fosters Dream Team... Led St. Thomas Aquinas soccer to a state championship as a sophomore... Captained the soccer team as a senior... Soccer club team won two state championships in the U.S. Youth National Soccer Tournament... Played for Seacoast United Lacrosse Club.

Freshman » Defense » 5-6 » Franklin, Mass. (Franklin)

Before Bryant: A 2009 graduate of Half Hollow Hills High School West, Rettinger was a two-sport athlete who lettered in basketball and lacrosse... Received all-division, team MVP and Academic All-American honors as a senior. Personal: Born on January 18, 1991... Daughter of Bob and Lisa Rettinger... Has one sister, Christa... Plans to study communications in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Before Bryant: A 2009 graduate of Franklin High School, Johnson was three-sport athlete who lettered all four years in lacrosse and field hockey for the Panthers... Also participated in indoor track as a junior... Member of student government and student council... Honor roll student... Johnson is also a member of the Bryant University field hockey team. Personal: Born May 12, 1991... Daughter of Christian and Marie-Rose Johnson... Has one brother, Eloma, who is currently a sophomore on the Bryant football team... Plans to study marketing in the College of Business.

2 » TRISHA STARKEY Freshman » Attack » 5-5 » Stow, Mass. (Nashoba Regional)

HEALY ON STARKEY: A fast and fit attacker, Trisha is vying for playing time as a freshman.

Before Bryant: A 2009 graduate of Nashoba Regional High School, Starkey was a three-sport athlete for the Chieftains... Two-year varsity lacrosse letterwinner and starter... Led team to back-to-back league championships, including posting an undefeated season as a senior in 2009... Two-time Mid-Wachusett B League All-Star selection... Captain as a senior... Named Offensive Player of the Year as a lacrosse senior... Also participated in three years of soccer and a year of cross country... Four-year high honors student. Personal: Born on April 12, 1991... Daughter of Tom and Tracy Starkey... Plans to study politics and law in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Personal: Born January 10, 1991 in Dallas, Texas... Daughter of Luke and Anne Pickett... Plans to study psychology or communications in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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2009 YEAR IN REVIEW 2009 Bryant University Women's Lacrosse Overall Individual Statistics Overall: 3-13-0 Home: 1-3-0 Away: 2-10-0 Neutral: 0-0-0

## 26 5 16 19 9 2 11 10 18 8 13 17 23 25 20 22 4 15 12 3 00

Name DELIA GLOVER ALLISON FAIOLA MARY GREEN LAUREN SHERIDAN ELIZA DEMARSEILLES LAUREN ALBERT CHRISTINE SUTHERLAND ANTOINETTE LOMBARDI KAITLYN McCABE MEG ATHA KAYLA MANZI JESSICA SIMPSON MEAGHAN DELANEY NIKOLE SUCH LAUREN FILIPPONE KAITLINH HO MACKENZIE BAKER SAMANTHA MERWIN VICTORIA RUSSELL VICTORIA KUHNS JESSICA BOLTON Total............... Opponents...........

GP 15 16 16 16 16 16 16 12 16 15 13 13 7 16 14 5 15 6 16 16 14 16 16

GS 14 15 15 13 15 15 7 1 5 0 7 5 0 12 7 0 12 0 14 15 8

G 41 33 29 18 12 13 5 4 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 162 252

A 12 16 9 5 10 6 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 68 122

Pts 53 49 38 23 22 19 7 7 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 230 374

Sh 85 71 77 43 45 29 9 10 5 9 6 2 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 396 578

Shot% .482 .465 .377 .419 .267 .448 .556 .400 .600 .111 .167 .500 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .409 .436

SOG 67 55 55 34 32 23 7 7 4 8 5 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 301 435

SOG% .788 .775 .714 .791 .711 .793 .778 .700 .800 .889 .833 .500 1.000 1.000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .760 .753

GW 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 13

FPG 7 8 5 9 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 37

FPS 18 10 15 15 8 5 0 2 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 79 94

GB 16 17 22 13 21 18 13 5 13 4 4 9 1 17 17 0 16 1 24 30 13 274 304

DC 32 13 31 3 18 6 18 3 6 3 18 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 4 5 0 169 236

T/O 27 32 29 21 32 17 7 5 14 11 16 5 3 12 14 0 13 0 4 9 9 294 253

CT 10 5 8 2 10 5 5 2 4 2 1 6 0 6 7 0 6 1 7 9 1 99 161

Fouls 30 38 22 11 26 4 20 6 15 4 6 10 0 7 1 0 17 0 21 18 0 272 285

Goalkeeping ## 42 20

Name JESSICA BOLTON LAUREN FILIPPONE Total............... Opponents...........

GP GS 14 8 13 7 16 16

Minutes 480:21 479:39 960:00 960:00

GA 121 131 252 162

GAAvg 15.11 16.39 15.75 10.12

Saves 97 86 183 139

Pct .445 .396 .421 .462

W 2 1 3 13

L 6 7 13 3

T Faced 0 287 0 291 0 578 0 396

2009 BRYANT WOMEN'S LACROSSE CATEGORY LEADERS # 26 5 16

POINTS GLOVER, Delia FAIOLA, Allison GREEN, Mary

GP G 15 41 16 33 16 29

A 12 16 9

Pts Shots 53 85 49 71 38 77

# 26 5 16

GOALS GLOVER, Delia FAIOLA, Allison GREEN, Mary

GP G 15 41 16 33 16 29

A 12 16 9

Pts Shots 53 85 49 71 38 77

# 5 26 9

ASSISTS FAIOLA, Allison GLOVER, Delia DEMARSEILLES, Eliza

GP 16 15 16

A 16 12 10

Pts Shots 49 71 53 85 22 45

G 33 41 12

# 3 12 16 9 2

GBs KUHNS, Victoria RUSSELL, Victoria GREEN, Mary DEMARSEILLES, E. ALBERT, Lauren

GP 16 16 16 16 16

GB 30 24 22 21 18

# 19 5 26 16 9

FREE-POS. GOALS SHERIDAN, Lauren FAIOLA, Allison GLOVER, Delia GREEN, Mary DEMARSEILLES, E.

GP 16 16 15 16 16

FPG 9 8 7 5 4

# 26 16 9 11 13

DRAW CTRLS GLOVER, Delia GREEN, Mary DEMARSEILLES, E. SUTHERLAND,C. MANZI, Kayla

GP 15 16 16 16 13

DC 32 31 18 18 18

# 26 9 3 16 20

CAUSED T/O GLOVER, Delia DEMARSEILLES, E. KUHNS, Victoria GREEN, Mary FILIPPONE, Lauren

GP 15 16 16 16 14

CT 10 10 9 8 7

GOALS BY PERIOD Bryant Opponents

1 86 127

2 76 125

OT ---

SHOTS BY PERIOD Bryant Opponents

1 212 305

2 184 273

OT ---

SHOTS ON GOAL BY PERIOD Bryant Opponents

1 158 225

2 143 210

OT ---

CLEARS Total Bryant 155-227 .683 396 Opponents 115-186 .833 578 FREE POSITION OPPORTUNITIES Total Bryant 36-79 .456 301 Opponents 37-94 .394 435

SAVES BY PERIOD Bryant Opponents

1st 98 72

2nd 85 67

OT ---

Total 183 139

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Total 162 252

2009 RESULTS (3-13) FEBRUARY 20 22

LOUISVILLE at New Hampshire

6-16 Loss 2-19 Loss

MARCH 01 06 12 14 27 29

SIENA at Wagner at Howard at Saint Francis (PA) at Monmouth at Sacred Heart

11-18 Loss 8-11 Loss 15-4 Win 20-10 Win 5-13 Loss 9-19 Loss

APRIL 01 03 07 11 14 17 19 25

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT at Quinnipiac at Brown at Columbia at Iona at Boston College at Long Island VILLANOVA

12-8 Win 9-14 Loss 6-21 Loss 11-19 Loss 10-20 Loss 2-15 Loss 20-22 Loss 16-23 Loss

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THE RECORD BOOK POINTS IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

249 195 185 181 172 145 137 135 120 106

Shaun Leddy Caitlin Hansen Delia Glover Lauren Carlisle Marisa Lawrence Allison Faiola Amanda Gallant Melissa Talamini Elizabeth Blaisdell Lauren Albert

POINTS IN A SEASON 2004-07 2005-08 2006-09 2004-07 2003-06 2007-present 2004-07 2002-05 2002-04 2006-09

GOALS IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3.

171 161 148 148 5. 109 6. 104 7. 92 8. 90 9. 59 10. 53

Shaun Leddy Caitlin Hansen Lauren Carlisle Delia Glover Melissa Talamini Allison Faiola Marisa Lawrence Amanda Gallant Lauren Albert Lindsey Cann

2004-07 2005-08 2004-07 2006-09 2002-05 2007-present 2003-06 2004-07 2006-09 2005-08

ASSISTS IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4.

84 80 78 47

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

41 37 34 33 32

Elizabeth Blaisdell 2002-04 Marisa Lawrence 2003-06 Shaun Leddy 2004-07 Amanda Gallant 2004-07 Lauren Albert 2006-09 Allison Faiola 2007-present Delia Glover 2006-09 Caitlin Hansen 2005-08 Lauren Carlisle 2004-07 Ashley Ammendolia 2005-07

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

90 79 70 62 60

7. 8. 9. 10.

58 57 56 54

226 214 156 148 139 133 105 102 99 98

Maureen Burns Michelle Lewis Shaun Leddy Caitlin Hansen Lynne Zoltowski Ashley Fabrizio Delia Glover Marisa Lawrence Eliza DeMarseilles Lauren Carlisle

2003-06 2002-05 2004-07 2005-08 2002-05 2003-06 2006-09 2003-06 2007-present 2004-07

DRAW CONTROLS IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

144 141 132 131 88 69 67 58

10.

52

Shaun Leddy Maureen Burns Caitlin Hansen Delia Glover Lauren Carlisle Marisa Lawrence Eliza DeMarseilles Lynne Zoltowski Lindsey Cann Ashley Fabrizio

2004-07 2003-06 2005-08 2006-09 2004-07 2003-06 2007-present 2002-05 2005-08 2003-06

CAUSED TURNOVERS IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

146 106 88 65 60 58 42

9.

40

Michelle Lewis Maureen Burns Shaun Leddy Lynne Zoltowski Caitlin Hansen Ashley Fabrizio Eliza DeMarseilles Rebecca Lamothe Marisa Lawrence Lauren Carlisle

2002-05 2003-06 2004-07 2002-05 2005-08 2003-06 2007-present 2002-03 2003-06 2004-07

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

66 61 52 43 41

9. 10.

40 39

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

46 36 30 29 27 25 24 23 20 18

79 72 65 60 55 54 51 49

10.

48

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

53 52 46 39 37 36 34

9. 10.

33 32

GAME-WINNING GOALS IN A CAREER

8.

27

1. 2.

8 7

10.

26

4.

5

7. 8.

4 3

36 21 13

6.

10

8.

9

10.

8

22

Delia Glover Shaun Leddy Allison Faiola Lauren Carlisle Lindsey Cann Lauren Albert Marisa Lawrence Lauren Sheridan Melissa Talamini Caitlin Hansen

2006-09 2004-07 2007-present 2004-07 2005-08 2006-09 2003-06 2009 2002-05 2005-08

2003 2006 2005 2008 2004 2007 2008 2004 2006 2007 2005

Michelle Lewis Maureen Burns Michelle Lewis Eliza DeMarseilles Rebecca Lamothe Maureen Burns Maureen Burns Ashley Hegarty Maureen Burns Shaun Leddy

2003 2003 2005 2008 2003 2006 2005 2006 2004 2004

Caitlin Hansen Delia Glover Shaun Leddy Maureen Burns Eliza DeMarseilles Maureen Burns Maureen Burns Shaun Leddy Shaun Leddy Maureen Burns Delia Glover

2008 2007 2004 2005 2008 2006 2004 2005 2006 2003 2009

CAUSED TURNOVERS IN A SEASON

28

1. 2. 3.

Elizabeth Blaisdell Marisa Lawrence Marisa Lawrence Lauren Albert Shaun Leddy Ashley Ammendolia Allison Faiola Elizabeth Blaisdell Shaun Leddy Shaun Leddy Amanda Gallant

DRAW CONTROLS IN A SEASON

6.

FREE POSITION GOALS IN A CAREER

2008 2008 2004 2005 2009 2006 2005 2006 2006 2007

GROUND BALLS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

64 39 36 30

2002-05 2003-06 2004-07 2004-07 2007-present 2003-06 2004-07 2006-09 2005-08 2005-08

Allison Faiola Caitlin Hansen Shaun Leddy Shaun Leddy Delia Glover Delia Glover Lauren Carlisle Lauren Carlisle Shaun Leddy Caitlin Hansen

ASSISTS IN A SEASON

1. 2. 3. 4.

Melissa Talamini Marisa Lawrence Shaun Leddy Amanda Gallant Allison Faiola Maureen Burns Lauren Carlisle Delia Glover Caitlin Hansen Lindsey Cann

2008 2004 2008 2006 2006 2003 2005 2008 2005 2007

GOALS IN A SEASON

GROUND BALLS IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

POINTS IN A GAME

Allison Faiola Shaun Leddy Caitlin Hansen Marisa Lawrence Shaun Leddy Elizabeth Blaisdell Marisa Lawrence Lauren Albert Shaun Leddy Shaun Leddy

Michelle Lewis Michelle Lewis Rebecca Lamothe Michelle Lewis Maureen Burns Lynne Zoltowski Maureen Burns Shaun Leddy Maureen Burns Eliza DeMarseilles

2003 2005 2003 2004 2003 2003 2005 2004 2006 2008

GAME-WINNING GOALS IN A SEASON 1. 2.

5 4

4.

3

7.

2

Melissa Talamini Shaun Leddy Allison Faiola Amanda Gallant Maureen Burns Marisa Lawrence six times

2003 2006 2008 2005 2003 2003 2004-07

FREE POSITION GOALS IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3.

13 12 9

6. 7. 8.

8 7 6

Delia Glover Delia Glover Lauren Sheridan Shaun Leddy Lindsey Cann Allison Faiola Delia Glover Tamara Bender Lauren Albert Melissa Talamini

2008 2006 2009 2004 2007 2009 2009 2008 2008 2003

1. 11 Allison Faiola 2. 10 Allison Faiola Shaun Leddy 4. 9 Allison Faiola Marisa Lawrence Shaun Leddy 7. 8 Allison Faiola Amanda Gallant Caitlin Hansen Lauren Carlisle Marisa Lawrence Melissa Talamini

at Saint Francis (PA) at Rollins Assumption at Southern N.H. Saint Anselm New Haven at Bentley vs. Saint Anselm Franklin Pierce vs. Colby Sawyer at Franklin Pierce Bridgewater State

3/14/09 3/12/08 4/15/04 5/2/08 5/3/06 4/16/07 3/25/08 3/30/05 3/27/08 3/12/07 4/18/05 4/24/03

at Rollins at Southern N.H. Franklin Pierce Assumption New Haven at Merrimack at New Haven Saint Anselm Bentley at Saint Francis (PA) vs. Lees-McRae Bridgewater State Saint Michael's So. Connecticut So. Connecticut

3/12/08 5/2/08 3/27/08 4/15/04 4/16/07 4/02/08 4/14/08 4/22/08 4/30/08 3/14/09 3/9/08 4/24/03 4/24/05 3/26/04 4/11/05

at Saint Francis (PA) Merrimack vs. Saint Anselm Franklin Pierce Saint Anselm Southern N.H. vs. Presbyterian Saint Anselm multiple opponents

3/14/09 3/31/03 3/30/05 4/30/03 3/31/04 4/22/06 3/13/06 5/3/06 2003-08

POINTS IN A GAME 1. 8 Allison Faiola Allison Faiola 3. 7 Caitlin Hansen Shaun Leddy Shaun Leddy Tamara Bender 7. 6 Allison Faiola Caitlin Hansen Delia Glover Delia Glover Lauren Albert Melissa Talamini Melissa Talamini Melissa Talamini Shaun Leddy

ASSISTS IN A GAME 1. 7 Allison Faiola 2. 6 Elizabeth Blaisdell 3. 5 Amanda Gallant Elizabeth Blaisdell Elizabeth Blaisdell Marisa Lawrence Marisa Lawrence Marisa Lawrence 9. 4 17 times

GROUND BALLS IN A GAME 1. 10 Maureen Burns Michelle Lewis 3. 9 Ashley Hegarty Delia Glover 5. 8 Ashley Hegarty Maureen Burns Melissa Talamini Michelle Lewis Michelle Lewis Michelle Lewis Michelle Lewis

vs. Saint Anselm Franklin Pierce vs. New Haven Franklin Pierce Franklin Pierce at Southern N.H. Saint Michael's Bentley American Int’l Saint Michael's Philadelphia

3/30/05 4/13/03 3/15/06 4/17/06 4/17/06 4/24/04 4/24/05 4/10/03 4/15/03 4/24/05 4/26/03

DRAW CONTROLS IN A GAME 1. 2. 3. 4.

11 9 8 7

Caitlin Hansen Victoria Kuhns Delia Glover Delia Glover Maureen Burns 6. 6 Caitlin Hansen Caitlin Hansen Delia Glover Eliza DeMarseilles Lauren Carlisle Lauren Carlisle Lynne Zoltowski Maureen Burns

at Merrimack at Adelphi at Assumption at Bentley Bridgewater State Bentley Assumption at Southern N.H. at Southern N.H. American Int'l Franklin Pierce vs. Saint Michael's Franklin Pierce

4/2/08 4/26/08 3/31/07 3/25/08 4/24/03 4/30/08 3/29/08 4/21/07 5/2/08 4/12/05 4/17/06 5/1/04 4/30/03

CAUSED TURNOVERS IN A GAME 1. 9 Michelle Lewis 2. 7 Michelle Lewis Michelle Lewis 4. 6 Lynne Zoltowski Michelle Lewis 6. 5 Ashley Fabrizio Eliza DeMarseilles Maureen Burns Michelle Lewis Sarah Neilson

Franklin Pierce American Int’l Philadelphia vs. Saint Michael's at Franklin Pierce at American Int’l at Saint Michael's twice four times So. Connecticut

4/13/03 4/15/03 4/26/03 5/3/03 4/18/05 4/11/06 4/5/08 2004-05 2003-05 3/22/03

FREE POSITION GOALS IN A GAME 1. 4 Lindsey Cann 2. 3 Delia Glover 3. 2 Allison Faiola Caitlin Hansen Eliza DeMarseilles Delia Glover Lauren Carlisle Lindsey Cann Maureen Burns Melissa Talamini Lauren Sheridan Shaun Leddy

Adelphi Bentley four times Saint Anselm at Howard five times twice at Franklin Pierce at Saint Anselm twice Villanova twice

4/28/07 4/30/08 2008-09 4/27/06 3/12/09 2006-09 2004-07 3/29/07 4/2/03 4/03 4/25/09 2006-07

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THE RECORD BOOK SAVES IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

585 275 155 134 86 2 1

Samantha Libby Jessica Bolton Chelsea Pettingill Stephanie Toby Lauren Filippone Ashley Cope Marie Grant Ashley Fabrizio

2003-06 2008-present 2007 2002 2009-present 2005 2006 2003-06

SAVES IN A SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

178 160 155 152 141 134 132 97 86 2

Jessica Bolton Samantha Libby Chelsea Pettingill Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Jessica Bolton Lauren Filippone Ashley Cope

2008 2006 2007 2005 2004 2002 2003 2009 2009 2005

SAVES IN A GAME 1.

20

3.

17

6. 7.

16 15

10.

15 14

SAVE PERCENTAGE IN A CAREER

SAVE PERCENTAGE IN A SEASON (MIN 75 SAVES)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

.496 .479 .449 .422 .396

Samantha Libby Stephanie Toby Chelsea Pettingill Jessica Bolton Lauren Filippone

2003-06 2002 2007 2008-present 2009-present

GAA IN A CAREER (MIN 200 MINUTES) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

9.11 9.61 12.35 14.54 16.39

Samantha Libby Stephanie Toby Chelsea Pettingill Jessica Bolton Lauren Filippone

2003-06 2002 2007 2008-present 2009-present

Samantha Libby Jessica Bolton Chelsea Pettingill Stephanie Toby Lauren Filippone

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

2003-06 2008-present 2007 2002 2009-present

MINUTES PLAYED (IN GOAL) IN A CAREER

Jessica Bolton Chelsea Pettingill Jessica Bolton Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Chelsea Pettingill Chelsea Pettingill Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Chelsea Pettingill Chelsea Pettingill Jessica Bolton Jessica Bolton Jessica Bolton Samantha Libby

Central Connecticut Saint Michael’s Louisville Southern N.H. at Stonehill at Assumption Merrimack Adelphi at Bentley Adelphi vs. Colby Sawyer Saint Anselm at Bentley Assumption at Adelphi

4/1/09 4/7/07 2/20/09 4/22/06 5/4/03 3/31/07 4/26/07 4/1/05 4/6/06 4/28/07 3/12/07 4/22/08 3/25/08 3/29/08 4/4/04

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

3912 1551 923 912 480 60 27 24

Samantha Libby 2003-06 Jessica Bolton 2008-present Chelsea Pettingill 2007 Stephanie Toby 2002 Lauren Filippone 2009-present Ashley Fabrizio 2003-06 Marie Grant 2006 Ashley Cope 2005

GAMES STARTED IN A CAREER

GAMES STARTED IN A SEASON

1. 69 Maureen Burns 2. 68 Melissa Talamini Michelle Lewis Samantha Libby Ashley Fabrizio Marisa Lawrence 7. 66 Shaun Leddy Caitlin Hansen 9. 65 Lauren Carlisle 10. 63 Amanda Gallant Lindsey Cann Liz Moore

1. 18 Melissa Talamini, Maureen Burns, Michelle Lewis, Marisa Lawrence, Samantha Libby, Elizabeth Blaisdell (2003,2004); Rebecca Lamothe, Sarah Neilson, Courtney Davis, Cathy Sbarra, Dana Paquin (2003); Shaun Leddy, Ashley Fabrizio, Amanda Gallant (2004); Allison Faiola, Lauren Albert, Jessica Simpson, Tamara Bender, Victoria Russell, Caitlin Hansen, Jessica Bolton, Lindsey Cann, Delia Glover, Victoria Kuhns, Kaitlyn McCabe (2008)

1. 69 Maureen Burns 2. 65 Caitlin Hansen Shaun Leddy 4. 64 Lauren Carlisle 5. 61 Ashley Fabrizio 6. 60 Amanda Gallant 7. 57 Delia Glover 8. 56 Caitlin Gardner 9. 53 Michelle Lewis 10. 51 Melissa Talamini

1. 18 Michelle Lewis, Maureen Burns, Elizabeth Blaisdell, Rebecca Lamothe, Sarah Neilson, Courtney Davis, Cathy Sbarra, Dana Paquin (2003); Michelle Lewis, Maureen Burns, Melissa Talamini, Shaun Leddy, Ashley Fabrizio (2004); Allison Faiola, Lauren Albert, Victoria Russell, Caitlin Hansen, Delia Glover, Victoria Kuhns (2008)

ALL-TIME VS. OPPONENT New Hampshire................0-1 New Haven........................5-2 Philadelphia ......................0-1 Presbyterian ......................1-0 Quinnipiac ........................0-1 Regis ..................................1-0 Rhode Island College ......1-0 Robert Morris..........First Mtg Rollins ................................1-0 Sacred Heart......................0-1 Saint Anselm ....................8-1 Saint Francis (PA) ............1-0 Saint Michael's..................8-1 Siena ..................................0-1 Southern Conn. ................7-0 Southern N.H. ..................3-3 Stonehill ............................0-9 UC Davis ............................0-1 Villanova ............................0-1 Wagner ..............................0-1 Whittier College ................1-0

2010 opponents in bold

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7.17 8.93 9.61 9.81 10.90 12.35 14.29 15.11 16.39

Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Stephanie Toby Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Chelsea Pettingill Jessica Bolton Jessica Bolton Lauren Filippone

2003 2005 2002 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2009

1.

12

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

11 10 9 6 2 1

Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Jessica Bolton Chelsea Pettingill Stephanie Toby Jessica Bolton Lauren Filippone

2005 2004 2003 2006 2008 2007 2002 2009 2009

MINUTES PLAYED (IN GOAL) IN A SEASON

GAMES PLAYED IN A SEASON

Adelphi ..............................0-7 American Int'l....................6-1 Assumption ......................6-1 Bentley ..............................4-4 Boston College..................0-1 Bridgewater State ............2-1 Brown................................ 0-1 Castleton State..................2-0 Claremont McKenna........1-0 Colby Sawyer ....................1-0 C.W. Post ..........................0-4 Central Connecticut ........1-0 Columbia .......................... 0-1 Franklin Pierce ..................8-0 Harvard ............First Meeting Howard ..............................1-0 Iona ....................................0-1 Lasell ..................................1-0 Lees-McRae ......................1-0 Limestone ..........................0-2 Long Island........................0-1 Louisville .......................... 0-2 Merrimack ........................4-6 Monmouth ........................0-1 Mount St. Mary’s ....First Mtg

2005 2003 2006 2004 2002 2007 2009 2008 2009

WINS IN A SEASON

GAMES PLAYED IN A CAREER 2003-06 2002-05 2002-05 2003-06 2003-06 2003-06 2004-07 2005-08 2004-07 2004-07 2005-08 2004-07

Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Stephanie Toby Chelsea Pettingill Jessica Bolton Jessica Bolton Lauren Filippone

GAA IN A SEASON (MIN 150 MINUTES)

WINS IN A CAREER 1. 47 2. 12 3. 9 4. 6 5. 1

.507 .506 .492 .481 .479 .449 .445 .411 .396

2003-06 2005-08 2004-07 2004-07 2003-06 2004-07 2006-09 2004-07 2002-05 2002-05

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

1080 1071 994 930 923 912 908 480

10.

60

Samantha Libby Jessica Bolton Samantha Libby Samantha Libby Chelsea Pettingill Stephanie Toby Samantha Libby Jessica Bolton Lauren Filippone Ashley Fabrizio

2003 2008 2005 2004 2007 2002 2006 2009 2009 2004

TEAM RECORDS TEAM SEASON RECORDS Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 383 . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Goals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 268 . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115. . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 554 . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 SOG. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 437 . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Ground balls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 606 . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Caused turnovers. . . . . . . . . . 296 . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Draw controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . 255 . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Game-winning goals . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Free position goals . . . . . . . . . 42 . . . . . . . . . . . . 2008 Saves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183 . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 Save percentage . . . . . . . . . . .506 . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Goals against average . . . . . . 7.17 . . . . . . . . . . . 2003

TEAM GAME RECORDS Points . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 . . . . . . . at Assumption, 3/31/07 Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 . . . . . . . at Assumption, 3/31/07 Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 . . at Saint Francis (PA), 3/14/09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 . . . . . . . at Assumption, 3/31/07 Shots . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54. . . . vs. Franklin Pierce, 3/27/08 Saves. . . . . . . . . . . . . 20. . vs. Central Connecticut, 4/1/09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20. . . . . vs. Saint Michael’s, 4/7/07 Ground balls . . . . . . 58 . . . . vs. Franklin Pierce, 4/17/06 Draw controls. . . . . . 22 . . . . . . vs. Assumption, 3/29/09 Caused turnovers. . . 28 . . . vs. So. Connecticut, 3/22/03 Free position goals . . 6. . . . . . vs. Saint Anselm, 4/27/06

TEAM ALMANAC Most wins in a season . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . 2003, 2004, 2005 Most losses in a season. . . . . . . . . . . 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 Longest winning streak. . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Longest losing streak . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009 Highest winning percentage . . . .706 (12-5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2005 Most goals scored in a game . . . . . . 24 . . . . . . . at Assumption, 2007 Fewest goals scored in a game . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . . at Adelphi, 2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . vs. Stonehill, 2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . at Stonehill, 2003 Most goals allowed in a game . . . . . 24 . . . . . . . . . . vs. Adelphi, 2007 Fewest goals allowed in a game . . . . 0 . . . . vs. Castleton State, 2003 Largest margin of victory. . . . . . . 22 (22-0). . vs. Castleton State, 2003 Largest margin of defeat . . . . . . . 18 (18-0) . . . . . . . at Stonehill, 2003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 (21-3). . . . . . . at Louisville, 2008 Most home games in a season . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Most road games in a season . . . . . . 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2009

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2002

2005

2008

(6-9 Overall, 2-7 NE-10) at Adelphi ..................................................................................0-15 L SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT*....................................................7-3 W STONEHILL* ..............................................................................0-16 L RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE ......................................................15-2 W SAINT ANSELM* ........................................................................3-10 L NEW HAVEN......................................................................9-8 W (OT) LASELL ......................................................................................15-3 W at Bentley* ................................................................................2-16 L FRANKLIN PIERCE* ..........................................................8-7 W (OT) at American International*........................................................7-9 L ASSUMPTION* ..........................................................................5-14 L at Castleton State ....................................................................11-3 W at Saint Michael’s* ....................................................................5-14 L at Merrimack* ..........................................................................6-16 L at Bridgewater State..................................................................6-10 L * NE-10 Conference contest

(12-5 Overall, 8-2 NE-10)

(10-8 Overall, 7-3 NE-10) at Louisville ................................................................................3-21 L vs. Lees-McRae & ....................................................................20-11 W at Rollins & ..............................................................................19-11 W at American International* ....................................................23-5 W No. 1 C.W. POST........................................................................9-20 L at Bentley* ......................................................................16-17 L (OT) FRANKLIN PIERCE*................................................................23-12 W ASSUMPTION* ......................................................................23-11 W at Merrimack* ..........................................................................16-7 W at Saint Michael’s* ..................................................................15-9 W STONEHILL* ..............................................................................5-18 L at Southern Connecticut* ....................................................21-14 W at New Haven ..........................................................................12-16 L SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE* ............................................10-23 L SAINT ANSELM* ......................................................................20-5 W at Adelphi ..................................................................................6-20 L BENTLEY+ ..............................................................................15-13 W at Southern New Hampshire+ ..............................................14-22 L & in Winter Park, Fla. * NE-10 Conference contest + NE-10 Tournament

2003 (12-6 Overall, 7-2 NE-10) Limestone ..................................................................................6-11 L ADELPHI ....................................................................................5-16 L SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT* ................................................15-0 W at Stonehill* ..............................................................................0-18 L MERRIMACK* ..........................................................................12-2 W at Saint Anselm* ......................................................................13-5 W BENTLEY*....................................................................................9-11 L FRANKLIN PIERCE*..................................................................10-2 W AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL*................................................16-1 W at Assumption* ........................................................................11-3 W CASTLETON STATE ..................................................................22-0 W at New Haven ..........................................................................13-4 W BRIDGEWATER STATE..............................................................17-8 W PHILADELPHIA ..........................................................................2-14 L SAINT MICHAEL’S* .................................................................. 9-8 W FRANKLIN PIERCE* ................................................................19-4 W vs. Saint Michael’s+ ..................................................................7-4 W at Stonehill+ ..............................................................................2-18 L * NE-10 Conference contest + NE-10 Tournament

2004 (12-6 Overall, 9-1 NE-10) at Limestone ..............................................................................7-14 L STONEHILL* ..............................................................................3-12 L SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT*..................................................21-6 W NEW HAVEN* ............................................................................8-10 L MERRIMACK* ........................................................................11-10 W SAINT ANSELM* ......................................................................11-5 W REGIS ..........................................................................................8-7 W at Adelphi ..................................................................................3-14 L at Bentley*..................................................................................9-6 W ASSUMPTION* ......................................................................18-10 W UC DAVIS....................................................................................5-19 L FRANKLIN PIERCE*..................................................................13-7 W at American International* ....................................................14-5 W at Bridgewater State................................................................13-6 W at Southern New Hampshire*................................................15-1 W at Saint Michael’s*..........................................................10-9 W (OT) vs. Saint Michael’s+ ................................................................15-8 W at Stonehill+ ..............................................................................8-13 L * NE-10 Conference contest + NE-10 Tournament

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at Claremont McKenna ..........................................................16-9 W at Whittier College ..................................................................19-3 W at Stonehill*................................................................................1-17 L at Saint Anselm* ..................................................................19-10 W ADELPHI ....................................................................................5-18 L at New Haven ..........................................................................12-6 W BENTLEY*..................................................................................16-3 W SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT*..................................................19-7 W AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL* ..............................................16-5 W at Assumption*........................................................................14-8 W C.W. POST ..................................................................................8-11 L at Franklin Pierce* ..................................................................20-8 W MERRIMACK *............................................................................6-18 L at Southern New Hampshire* ..............................................18-6 W SAINT MICHAEL’S* ..................................................................14-8 W SAINT ANSELM* ....................................................................18-10 W vs. Merrimack+ ..........................................................................5-6 L * NE-10 Conference contest + NE-10 Tournament

2009

2006 (11-5 Overall, 8-2 NE-10) vs. Presbyterian & .................................................................... 21-5 W vs. New Haven & ....................................................................21-6 W at Southern Connecticut* ......................................................18-7 W STONEHILL* ............................................................................10-17 L at Merrimack* ........................................................................11-13 L at C.W. Post ................................................................................8-21 L at Bentley* ..............................................................................17-15 W at American International* ....................................................18-7 W ASSUMPTION* ......................................................................20-4 W FRANKLIN PIERCE* ................................................................20-2 W SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE* ..........................................14-12 W at Adelphi ..................................................................................6-17 L SAINT ANSELM* ....................................................................18-8 W at Saint Michael’s*................................................................ 14-10 W SAINT ANSELM+ ..................................................................18-10 W vs. Merrimack+ ......................................................................10-14 L & in West Palm Beach, Fla. * NE-10 Conference contest + NE-10 Tournament

2007 (9-6 Overall, 7-3 NE-10) vs. Colby Sawyer & ..................................................................15-8 W vs. No. 1 C.W. Post & ................................................................4-18 L AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL*................................................18-7 W BENTLEY* ................................................................................10-13 L at Franklin Pierce* ..................................................................19-5 W at Assumption*......................................................................24-10 W SAINT MICHAEL’S* ..................................................................18-9 W at Stonehill* ..............................................................................9-19 L SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT* ................................................22-6 W NEW HAVEN ..........................................................................20-12 W at Southern New Hampshire* ....................................14-15 L (3OT) at Saint Anselm* ....................................................................18-13 W MERRIMACK*..............................................................16-15 W (3OT) ADELPHI ..................................................................................12-24 L MERRIMACK+ ............................................................................9-16 L & in Wellington, Fla. * NE-10 Conference contest + NE-10 Tournament

(3-13 Overall — inaugural Division I season) LOUISVILLE ................................................................................6-16 L at No. 14 New Hampshire ......................................................2-19 L SIENA ........................................................................................11-18 L at Wagner ..................................................................................8-11 L at Howard ................................................................................15-4 W at Saint Francis (PA) ..............................................................20-10 W at Monmouth ............................................................................5-13 L at Sacred Heart..........................................................................9-19 L CENTRAL CONNECTICUT ......................................................12-8 W at Quinnipiac ............................................................................9-14 L at Brown ....................................................................................6-21 L at Columbia..............................................................................11-19 L at Iona ......................................................................................10-20 L at Boston College ......................................................................2-15 L at Long Island..........................................................................20-22 L VILLANOVA ..............................................................................16-23 L

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS ALL NE-10 2002............................................6-9......................2-7 2003 ..........................................12-6 ....................7-2 2004 ..........................................12-6 ....................9-1 2005 ..........................................12-5 ....................8-2 2006 ..........................................11-5 ....................8-2 2007............................................9-6......................7-3 2008 ..........................................10-8 ....................7-3 2009 ..........................................3-13 Total..........................................75-58 ................48-20

2010 Bryant University Lacrosse


We are excited about our continuing partnership with Brine for the 2010 women’s lacrosse season. As the top manufacturer of lacrosse equipment, Brine has been a leader in performance, innovation and integrity for decades. The union between Bryant lacrosse and Brine will remain a great fit as we continue our journey into full Division I membership. We look forward to the year and, with the help of Brine, our continued success. Karen Healy Bryant University head women’s lacrosse coach


F F M M M M M M M A A A A A A A

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BOSTON COLLEGE at Villanova at Siena at Central Connecticut* at Presbyterian at Quinnipiac* at Sacred Heart* COLUMBIA at Harvard LONG ISLAND* WAGNER* BROWN at Monmouth* at Mount St. Mary’s* ROBERT MORRIS* SAINT FRANCIS (PA)*

Home games in ALL CAPS

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2010 Bryant University women's lacrosse media guide  
2010 Bryant University women's lacrosse media guide  

2010 Bryant University women's lacrosse media guide

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