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BUCKNELL FIELD HOCKEY 2011


No. Name 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 12 13 15 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 28 32 66

Year

Mallory Smith Cassie Lawrence Vickie Resh Kelsey Mucelli Ellie Riegel Cassie Goggin Marci Richard Amie Pritchard Gabby Palumbo Kelly Stefanowicz Rachel Misko Liz Wills Hope Obernesser Jennifer LaBarre Kate Bowen Katie Durkin Hannah Jones Maggie Murphy Kristen Felt Tayler Siegrist Leigh Hillman Erica Perrine Sarah Zargarpour

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

2011 Roster Pos.

For. Def. Mid. Mid. Mid./Def. Def./Mid. Mid. Mid. Mid. Mid. For. Def./Mid. For. Mid./For. Mid. For. For. For./Mid. Mid. Def. For. GK GK

University Information

Hometown/High School

Schnecksville, Pa./Parkland Arnold, Md./Broadneck Hamburg, Pa./Hamburg Area Kutztown, Pa./Kutztown Darien, Conn./Darien Glen Ellyn, Ill./Glenbard West Oley, Pa./Oley Valley Rumson, N.J./Kent School (Conn.) Williamstown, N.J./The Peddie School Landsdale, Pa./Mount St. Joseph’s Academy Morristown, N.J./Madison Plymouth Meeting, Pa./William Penn Charter School Akron, Ohio/Hathaway Brown Walnutport, Pa./Bethlehem Catholic Forty Fort, Pa./Wyoming Valley West New Canaan, Conn./New Canaan Lewisburg, Pa./Lewisburg Area Emmaus, Pa./Emmaus Scarborough, Maine/Scarborough Madison, N.J./Madison Dallas, Pa./Lake Lehman Bridgewater, N.J./Bridgewater-Raritan North Vancouver, Canada/Handsworth Secondary

Head Coach: Jeremy Cook (Drexel ’02), Fourth season Assistant Coaches: Jamie Montgomery (Wake Forest ’07), Third season Erin Singleton (Holy Cross ’09), Third season

2011 Schedule

August 26 at Temple 28 vs. Boston University September 2 PRINCETON# 10 vs. Central Michigan 11 at Michigan 18 at Lock Haven 24 RIDER 25 RUTGERS October 1 HOLY CROSS* 2 VILLANOVA 8 LAFAYETTE* 11 at Cornell 15 at Lehigh* 16 vs. Towson 22 AMERICAN* 25 PENN STATE# 29 at Colgate* 30 at Syracuse November 4 PL Tournament 5 PL Tournament

Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa.

12 p.m. 1 p.m.

Lewisburg, Pa. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Lock Haven, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa.

6 p.m. 10 a.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m.

Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Ithaca, N.Y. Bethlehem, Pa. College Park, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Hamilton, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y.

12 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 6 p.m. 11 a.m. 2 p.m.

Highest Seed Highest Seed

Home games in BOLD CAPS at Graham Field * - Patriot League game # - Bison Vision Broadcasts on BucknellBison.com

TBA TBA

Location: Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, 17837 Founded: 1846 as the University at Lewisburg Enrollment: 3,583 Nickname: Bison Colors: Orange and Blue Affiliation: NCAA (Div. I), ECAC Conference: Patriot League (American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Navy) * Institutions sponsoring field hockey in bold President: John C. Bravman Athletics Director: John P. Hardt Senior Woman Administrator: Maisha Palmer

Field Hockey Information

First Varsity Season: 1973 (294-327-27 alltime record) Head Coach: Jeremy Cook (Drexel ’02) Record at Bucknell: 30-27 (Fourth season) Career Record: 30-27 (Fourth season) Assistant Coach: Jamie Montgomery (Wake Forest ’07) Assistant Coach: Erin Singleton (Holy Cross ’09) 2010 Record: 7-12, 3-2 Patriot League (3rd) 2011 Captains: Kate Bowen, Marci Richard, Mallory Smith, Sarah Zargarpour Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 14/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Home Field (surface/capacity): Graham Field (Astroturf/1,000) Press Box Phone: 570-577-2318 Field Hockey Phone: 570-577-1927 Field Hockey E-mail: jac059@bucknell.edu Field Hockey Fax: 570-577-1660 Field Hockey Address: Jeremy Cook, Head Field Hockey Coach, Bucknell University, KLARC G235, Lewisburg, PA 17837

Athletic Communications

Field Hockey Contact: Becky Hart Phone: 570-577-1835 Fax: 570-577-1660 E-mail: becky.hart@bucknell.edu Website: www.BucknellBison.com Twitter: @BisonSports Facebook: facebook.com/BuckyBison

Credits

The 2011 Bucknell Field Hockey Media Guide was written, edited and designed by Becky Hart, of the Bucknell Athletic Communications Office. Photography provided by Marc Hagemeier, Laurie Jackson and Nancy Weiss.

Bison Good Sports

In 2006, the Bucknell Department of Athletics and Recreation announced its new “Bison Good Sports!” campaign, a sportsmanship awareness program designed to promote appropriate fan conduct at all Bison sporting events. The objective of the campaign, according to Bucknell director of athletics and recreation John Hardt “is to thank fans for the tremendous energy and enthusiasm they bring to each Bucknell athletics contest while also empowering them as caretakers of the collegiate gameday experience. While the extremes of unwanted behavior and its impact on home and visiting fans are not commonplace at Bison athletics events, Bucknell and our visiting teams ask for our fans’ help in keeping their support of our teams positive and cheer with positive encouragement, rather than supporting an atmosphere of intimidation that attempts to degrade opposing players and teams. We hope that our fans will continue to join our players, coaches and staff in helping all spectators find creative and ingenious ways to positively support our Bucknell student-athletes.”

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What it means to

be a bison

“Bucknell truly offers the quintessential scholar-athlete experience with its unique combination of competitive Division I athletics and an intimate community atmosphere while still holding high academic achievement as paramount. Every day I am thankful for the opportunity that has been presented to me to play the sport I love, while creating lasting memories and friendships as well as earning a degree from a highly respected institution. The lessons I have learned both in the classroom and on the field combine seamlessly to make me a better student and athlete. Everyone at Bucknell from the faculty to the coaching staff cares deeply about the experience athletes have at Bucknell and work tirelessly to ensure that a balance between athletics and academics is achieved. I feel extremely privileged to be a Bucknell student-athlete.” - Senior Sarah Zargarpour

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The term “student-athlete” signifies something extraordinary on the campus of Bucknell University. Being a Bison means that you have the rare blend of physical skills along with the drive and passion needed to succeed at the highest level of collegiate athletics. Being a Bison also means that you are a scholar first and foremost. You believe that values associated with Division I athletics, such as time management, leadership, teamwork and grace under pressure, are but a part of a wellrounded college experience. At Bucknell, our students, faculty and staff pride themselves as national leaders in upholding the scholar-athlete ideal that balances a challenging academic program with the demands of successful Division I athletics. Being a Bison means that you have pledged to be a student-athlete in the purest sense. In doing so, you will be rewarded for a lifetime.


Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 23 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League finished at the top spot with nearly all of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data. In addition, 82 teams from Patriot League full-member institutions earned NCAA Academic Performance Program Public Recognition Awards after posting academic progress rate scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. The Patriot League’s mission is simple, to provide successful competitive athletic experiences while maintaining high academic standards, and to prepare its student-athletes to be leaders in society. During the 2010-11 academic year, Patriot League student-athletes and teams accomplished the following: *Patriot League schools came in with glowing marks in the latest release of the NCAA Academic Progress Rate, as 97 percent of Patriot League teams came in at or above the national Division I four-year average score of 970. *Bucknell claimed the Patriot League Presidents’ Cup for the 17th time overall and sixth consecutive season. The Bison also won their eighth male trophy and 17th female award, sweeping the honors for the second straight year and seventh time overall. *Six different schools claimed multiple Patriot League titles, led by Navy with seven and Bucknell with six. Lehigh and Army each won three championships while Colgate and American claimed a pair. *Bucknell’s Travis Nissley was named a finalist for the Campbell Trophy and earned an $18,000 post-graduate scholarship from the National Football Foundation. *Navy tennis standout Nick Birger was part of a select group of studentathletes to receive a $7,500 postgraduate scholarship from the NCAA. *11 student-athletes were named Capital One/CoSIDA Academic AllAmericans, including: Erin Anthony, Army (Women’s Basketball); Nathan Hedgecock, Army (Men’s Basketball); Travis Nissley, Bucknell (Football); Sam Miller and Alex Foskett, Navy (Men’s Soccer); Ben Koenigsfeld, Army (Baseball); Jay Laing, Army and Jonathan Stumpf, Lehigh (Men’s Lacrosse); Nick Birger, Navy (Men’s Tennis); Alyssa DeLorenz, Bucknell (Women’s Lacrosse) and Cody Rome, Navy (Men’s Track and Field) *55 Patriot League student-athletes earned Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District honors, with 39 on the first team. *Candidates for Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award included: Erin Anthony, Army (Women’s Basketball); Stefan Bauer, Lafayette (Men’s Lacrosse); Jonathan Stumpf, Lehigh (Men’s Lacrosse); Rob Keefer, Lehigh (Men’s Basketball); Andrew Keister, Holy Cross (Men’s Basketball); Erica Prosser, Lehigh (Women’s Basketball); Ben Koenigsfeld, Army (Baseball); Friederike Engel, American (Women’s Soccer) and Jessie Snyder, Bucknell (Softball). *Army’s Erin Anthony conThe Presidents’ Cup signifies overall cluded an outstanding career with First-Team Academic All- excellence in the 23 sports sponsored by America recognition for the the Patriot League, and Bucknell has won second year in a row and a the Cup 17 times in its 21-year existence, nomination from the Patriot including 13 of the last 14 years. The Presidents’ Cup is awarded anLeague for the NCAA Woman nually to the institution that accumulates of the Year award. *American’s Christine Fing- the highest point total over the entire erhuth was named a first-team academic year, with points awarded on All-America selection in field the basis of the school’s finish in each of hockey and also received an the 23 Patriot League sports. If there is a NCAA Woman of the Year league tournament in a sport, the points nomination from the Patriot are awarded based on the average of the regular season and tournament finish, League. and if there is no postseason tournament, points are awarded based on regularseason standings.

Bucknell Department of Athletics and Recreation Mission Statement

The Department of Athletics and Recreation strives to set the standard of excellence for intercollegiate and intramural programs in higher education, thereby advancing and drawing attention to the mission, core values, and educational goals of Bucknell University. The Department believes that student-athletes’ academic programs must be their first priority. It is therefore committed to maintaining Bucknell’s high national ranking for student-athletes’ graduation rates and for producing Academic All-Americans, and to continued leadership of the Patriot League in Academic Honor Roll nominations, based on grade-point averages. The coaches’ and staff’s paramount responsibility is maintaining academic priorities and supporting student-athletes’ education, even while providing the rigorous and serious NCAA Division I athletic opportunities Bucknell student-athletes seek. Further, the Department promotes the personal growth of studentathletes and the general student body by encouraging personal health, development, and balance among intellectual, social, civic, and physical pursuits; by celebrating challenge and competition; and by preparing participants for service and leadership in the world. Coaches and staff direct a rich array of athletic programs and recreational opportunities aimed at increasing student engagement, as well as strengthening character, healthy living, teamwork, sportsmanship, and spirit. In creating shared experiences for students, faculty, and staff, as well as alumni, family, and friends, the Department’s programs add substantially to Bucknell’s sense of community and foster life-long relationships with Bucknell. The Department embraces the University’s decision to compete at the highest extramural level, in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Division I membership is valuable not only because this level of competition maximally challenges student-athletes, but also because it signals clearly Bucknell’s high standards and seriousness of purpose in all extracurricular endeavors and it helps position Bucknell apart from other National Liberal Arts Colleges. Likewise, the competitive success the Department seeks, measured in part by consistent contention for the Patriot League Presidents’ Cup, reflects positively upon Bucknell’s student-athletes and the University alike, and it brings distinction and national recognition to Bucknell. A student-centered operation, the Department is committed to providing equitable opportunities to women and men, as well as members of minority and majority groups of all kinds. The Department subscribes to, and complies with, all principles and regulations of the Patriot League, the Eastern College Athletic Conference, and the NCAA.

The Presidents’ Cup Presidents’ Cup Champions 1991 — Bucknell 2002 — Bucknell 1992 — Bucknell 2003 — Bucknell 1993 — Bucknell 2004 — Bucknell 1994 — Army 2005 — Army 1995 — Army 2006 — Bucknell 1996 — Bucknell 2007 — Bucknell 1997 — Army 2008 — Bucknell 1998 — Bucknell 2009 — Bucknell 1999 — Bucknell 2010 — Bucknell 2000 — Bucknell 2011 — Bucknell 2001 — Bucknell

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2010-11 Academic All-District JOYCE NOVACEK

2010-11 Academic All-District DREW CONSTABLE

2010-11 Academic All-District CHRISTA MATLACK

2011 NCAA All-American Ted Heitzman

2010-11 Academic All-District JESSIE SNYDER

2010-11 Academic All-District TOMMY CASO

2010-11 Academic All-District KRISTIN BRETSCHER

Bucknell Bison Athletics Setting the Standard of Excellence

Bucknell takes great pride in its commitment to excellence on and off the playing fields. From Presidents’ Cups to Academic All-Americans to graduation rates that are ranked annually in the national top-10, Bucknell is clearly at the head of the class when it comes to upholding the scholar-athlete ideal.

25 of Bucknell’s 27 varsity squads posted team GPAs of 3.0 or better in the spring of 2011.

Bucknell has captured the Patriot League Presidents’ Cup, signifying the league’s all-sports champion, 17 times in the 21-year history of the affiliation, including 13 of the last 14 years. Bucknell claimed the overall, men’s and women’s Cup titles in 2010-11. It was the 14th straight year and the 17th time overall that the Bison took home the women’s title. In 2010-11, Bucknell won Patriot League titles in men’s soccer, men’s basketball, men’s lacrosse, women’s rowing and men’s and women’s outdoor track & field.

According to federal data released by the NCAA each fall, Bucknell’s student-athlete graduation rate annually ranks in the top 10 among all Division I institutions. Bucknell has led the nation in graduation rates twice in the last 11 years, and it ranked No. 2 in the 2008 study. In the most recent survey in the fall of 2010, Bucknell ranked No. 7 in the nation.

Bucknell has claimed a league-high 121 Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year since the league’s inception as an all-sports conference in 1990-91.

Bucknell ranks FIFTH in the nation (to Nebraska, Notre Dame, Penn State and Stanford) in total number of Capital One Academic All-America selections with 120.

A total of 421 Bison appeared on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in 2010-11 after recording a GPA of 3.2 or better during their sport’s competition season. Among all BU student-athletes, 259 made the Dean’s List with GPAs of 3.5 or better in the spring of 2011.

In addition to the 120 Capital One Academic All-Americans produced since 1970, Bucknell has also claimed 314 Academic All-District honorees over the same span, including a school-record 22 in 2008-09 and 21 more in 2010-11.

A major element in ensuring Bucknell’s commitment to athletics excellence is the Kenneth G. Langone Athletics & Recreation Center, which opened fully in 2003. One of the finest collegiate athletics facilities of its kind, the center includes the 4,000-seat Sojka Pavilion, the Olympic class Kinney Natatorium, the Krebs Family Fitness Center and the Berger Family Weight Room. A Hall of Fame area, a display of Bucknell’s Medal of Honor recipients, a new Academic All-America wall, a sports medicine suite, modern offices for coaches and staff, and locker room and classroom space are also included in the facility’s layout.

With six Patriot League championships in 2010-11, Bucknell has now earned 87 crowns in 21 years in the league. In addition, Bucknell has had 113 conference players of the year, 93 PL coaches of the year and a whopping 511 individual league champions from sports such as cross country, track & field, swimming & diving, tennis and golf.

2010 Academic All-District RACHEL RODRIGUEZ

2010 & 2011 PL Scholar-Athlete/Academic All-American TRAVIS NISSLEY

2011 PL Scholar-Athlete / Academic All-American ALYSSA DeLORENZ

2010 & 2011 All-American KEVIN LeVALLEY

2010-11 Academic All-District JILLIAN O’MARA

2010-11 PL ScholarAthlete of the Year CHRISTIAN TREAT

2010-11 Academic All-District CHRISTINE WEISS


2010-11 Academic All-District DOUG SHRIBMAN

2010-11 Academic All-District JOHN PICARDO

2010-11 Academic All-District TIM BOLTE

2010-11 Academic All-District ALISON FORD

2010-11 Academic All-District MIKE MUSCALA

2010-11 Academic All-District AMANDA CITRON

2011 All-American CHARLIE STREEP

Bucknell Bison Athletics

A National Model in Promoting the Scholar-Athlete Ideal Bucknell Athletics is first and foremost a student-centered organization, one that strives to be a national model when it comes to operating by a true scholar-athlete model. At Bucknell, student-athletes’ academic programs are their first priority, and providing a competitive Division I athletics program only advances the mission, values and residential learning goals of the university. To that end, the Department of Athletics and Recreation proactively seeks ways to assist studentathletes in their daily academic pursuits. Below are just some of the student-athlete support programs currently in place. FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE: The faculty athletics representative (FAR) is a member of the faculty or administrative staff who is designated to represent Bucknell in its relationships with the NCAA and the Patriot League. Bucknell’s FAR is Mitch Chernin, Professor of Biology. The FAR can enhance the student-athlete experience by promoting a balance between academics, athletics and the social lives of student-athletes, which affords them opportunities to enjoy the full range of collegiate experiences available to students generally. SIDELINE COACH PROGRAM: This program is a truly unique initiative in Division I college athletics, and it involves the invitation of a member of the faculty, administration, staff or community by one of Bucknell’s 27 varsity teams. The participant has the opportunity to discuss the overall program with the respective coaching staff, including practice preparation and strategy for the upcoming contest. The sideline coach attends a practice session and an actual intercollegiate competition, where he/she is introduced to the team and gains rarely seen insight into the relationships that exist between player-coach and player-player. The purpose of the Sideline Coaches Program is to foster a better understanding by the faculty and administration of the roles played by coaches and athletes in the university’s competitive intercollegiate athletic arena. ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT CENTER: In the Fall of 2005, the Department of Athletics opened a study/computer lab for student-athletes on the concourse level of Sojka Pavilion. The center is outfitted with computers, a laser printer, four television monitors and a projection unit with computer, VCR and DVD player. Additionally, the study lab can be used as a meeting place for group projects, tutorial area or just a secluded and quiet study space before or after practice. LAPTOP PROGRAM: The Department of Athletics owns a number of laptop computers that may be signed out by student-athletes for use on away trips. STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (SAAC): Representatives from each varsity team comprise the SAAC, which is designed to enhance the total studentathlete experience by promoting opportunity, protecting student-athlete welfare, and fostering a positive student-athlete image. The Committee is an invaluable resource for promoting communication between athletics administration and student-athletes; promoting communication between athletics and campus-wide administration; providing feedback and insight, as well as soliciting responses into department issues and proposed NCAA legislation; building a sense of community within the athletics program involving all athletics teams; organizing community service projects and efforts; creating a vehicle for student-athlete representation on campus-wide committees; serving as a collective voice of campus student-athletes; and disseminating information to the student-athlete body. OTHER PROGRAMMING: The Department of Athletics, through the identification of outside speakers and periodic “Brown Bag Luncheons,” thrives to enhance the quality of the student-athlete experience as well as to educate student-athletes on a variety of issues that may affect them throughout their collegiate career. Some recent topics of interest have been alcohol, nutrition, body image, hazing, sexuality, diversity, career development, study skills, religious life and gambling.

2011 Big South ScholarAthlete of the Year MINJOO LEE

2010-11 Academic All-District TRAVIS RAND

2010-11 Academic All-District CAROLINE TOLLI

2010 Honorable Mention All-American RICHIE HYDEN

2010-11 Academic All-District SARAH MONIZ

2011 Academic All-District JAY HAHN

Four-Time All-PL Selection LAUREN LUCIDO


The Bucknell field hockey offices featured a poster last year with the message “Speak softly and carry a big stick.” That sentiment will continue to be a goal as the Bison plan to let their game speak for itself facing one of their toughest schedules yet. “I don’t want to jump the gun on this, but it’s probably the most difficult schedule that Bucknell has ever had,” said head coach Jeremy Cook. “We play about half the teams that were in the NCAA Tournament last year. That is intentional. What we’re trying to do is push the whole idea for the girls and Bucknellians in general to rise to challenges.” Going up against some of the best teams Mallory Smith in the country is hardly new for the Bison as they continue their series against perennial power Princeton as well as Temple, Michigan and eight-time reigning Patriot League champion American to name a few. The challenges are all part of the plan for Cook, who has been steadily increasing the strength of his program’s schedule since his arrival to Bucknell four years ago. “Gone are the days when we’re going to host weekends and score 14 goals and not have anybody score against us,” said Cook. “Every single game this year is going to be extremely competitive. “The hope is to compete for a [Patriot League] championship. If you play a tough enough schedule that prepares you in the right way, then maybe you take a game off American when it counts in the end.” Bucknell’s climb into the upper tier of field hockey competition has been accompanied by hard-hitting offseason development including the annual spring workouts and another trip to the Junior High Performance Championship for junior Tayler Siegrist and sophomores Vickie Resh, Rachel Misko and Erica Perrine. The additional playing time already appears to be paying off for the veterans. “They worked really, really hard in the spring, and despite some injuries, I think the group really made a lot of progress,” praised Cook just prior to the start of preseason practice. “A lot of leadership emerged.” Among those back for another season are seniors Marci Richard, Mallory Smith, Sarah Zargarpour and Kate Bowen. Bucknell will benefit from its speed in 2011, and Richard and Smith will be key contributors to that team strength. After putting up a strong performance during the spring season, Richard has solidified her role as one of the Bison’s go-to players. “This spring she grew into a more dynamic player,” Cook said of Richard. “The defenders that she’s playing against, she’s putting them under a huge amount of pressure through her ability to move the ball around. Her ball movement has gotten better. Her vision on the field has gotten dramatically better, and her first touch and release skills have gotten really good. She’s going to be huge for us.” Smith ended her junior campaign on a high note, scoring her lone goal of the season against Lafayette in the Patriot League Tournament semifinal. The Bison hope to cash in on her explosive speed to create even more scoring opportunities for the forward. “She’s great at holding onto the ball in some tough situations. This spring, she took some strides toward being able to be a little more aggressive, being a little bit more free as she’s going forward with the ball,” said Cook. “My guess is that she’s going to get a lot of opportunities in the circle this year. She’s going to create a lot for herself.” Zargarpour also returns after breaking into the record books for career wins (10), saves (117) and shutouts (5) last season. The goalkeeper missed the spring season while studying abroad in Scotland but has been back on campus training throughout the summer, regaining her old form. Also guarding the net for a fourth year is Bowen, a midfielder who made a breakthrough last season by starting in all 19 of the Bison’s games for the first time in her career. “She’s grown leaps and bounds,” lauded Cook. “She’s got great size and strength and is a really strong leader. She’s getting better and better at controlling the area around her and playing in a really good team way.” Leading the way in the junior class will be Siegrist, who spent her offseason balancing a trip to the NCAA East Regional Championships throwing javelin for Bison track and competing in her second Junior High Performance field hockey tournament. Even with the hectic schedule, Siegrist continues to develop an already solid game that saw her score 10 points on three goals and four assists a year ago.

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“Her ball speed has always been fantastic, and she’s gotten even better at that,” said Cook of Siegrist, who finished second on the team in scoring among non-seniors last year. “Her game understanding has grown leaps and bounds, and this summer the big thing for her was that her individual defense improved pretty dramatically.” Joining the defender will be classmates Katie Durkin and Kelly Stefanowicz. Back from an injury-plagued fall, Durkin will undoubtedly energize the Bison with her hardnosed play. “She loves diving to finish, and I really hope that we can get her up there and scoring some goals just on cleaning up the scraps,” said Cook. Stefanowicz is in just her second season with the Bison after joining the squad as a walk-on, and Bucknell will be looking to get her more into the mix as she continues to improve. “She’s come a long way,” said Cook. “She has good close skill, [and] is very, very good in small spaces.” Among Bucknell’s returning major award winners in 2010, is Misko, the Patriot League Rookie of the Year (Scholar-Athlete of the Year Christine Weiss graduated in the spring). Misko started all 19 games in her debut season and is the team’s leading returning scorer after tallying six goals and two assists for 14 points. The Bison are not going to rest on Misko’s past success, however. “What we’re going to try to do is move her up the field, try to get her a little bit more involved in the attack,” Cook explained. “Her basic skills are absolutely phenomenal. She sees the field really well, but we’re going to try to get her more scoring opportunities than we did last year.” Classmate Resh joined Misko in the offseason at the Junior High Performance Championship, refining the skills that have made her one of the sophomores’ biggest contributors. The pint-sized midfielder’s speed and field vision will be key to the Orange and Blue’s game plan this fall. “Her individual defense has just been phenomenal for us. It was great last fall. The progress that she has made has been offensively,” said Cook. “It looks like we’re going to put a lot of weight on her shoulders in terms of carrying the team out of the back.” Vying for more time in goal will be Perrine, who is considered one of the most athletic and coordinated players on the field. She saw action in just two games last fall, but with Zargarpour overseas in the spring, Perrine was able to showcase her full range of skills for the first time and build confidence in her play. “She got to play every single spring game. I think that really helped her,” said Cook. “Being able to come down and play with us at the High Performance level just took her up a notch in terms of her confidence.” Adding to the large cohort are Leigh Hillman, Cassie Goggin, Hannah Jones and Jennifer LaBarre. Hillman’s speed came into play during the Bison’s spring game against Penn State, giving her two goals against the Nittany Lions, who are again on the schedule this fall. Quickness will also be a key contribution from Jones who returns to the team after spending the spring with the track team as a hurdler. “Getting her back is big,” said Cook of Jones. “It just adds a little bit more speed up front.” Goggin got her big chance during the 2010 Patriot League Tournament when she stepped in for an injured teammate. That opportunity translated into a strong spring campaign, and Bucknell will look for those improvements to continue into the current season. LaBarre will be making her way back from offseason shoulder surgery, but with her defensive improvements will likely see time in the midfield. Cook sees teamwork as especially crucial for his squad to be successful this season. The players understand the vital importance of working together, making the integration of the Bison’s nine freshmen - Kristen Felt, Cassie Lawrence, Kelsey Mucelli, Maggie Murphy, Hope Obernesser, Gabby Palumbo, Amie Pritchard, Ellie Riegel and Liz Wills - that much more of a priority. “Out of that group (of freshmen), we’re going to probably need at least three or four of them to give us significant time on the field. It doesn’t make you nervous, but it’s definitely something that we look forward to seeing how that all works out,” said Cook. “We’re really happy with them. They all came to summer camp, and it was really fun to have them on the field. “It’s a really well-rounded class. Overall, top to bottom, it’s got really good basic skills and a lot of speed.” Bucknell will open its 2011 campaign with Temple in Philadelphia at noon on Aug. 26, while the home slate kicks off with Princeton at 6 p.m. on Sept. 2. The game versus the Tigers is the first of two to be aired live on Bison Vision.


2010: Earned the first starts of career and was a member of the starting lineup for all 19 games … also appeared in every game for the first time in her career … member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and Patriot League League Academic Honor Roll for the third consecutive season. 2009: Saw action in nine games on the season ... key defender off the bench … registered a shot on goal at Sacred Heart … member of NFHCA All-Academic Squad and Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Made her collegiate debut against Saint Francis (Pa.) … also saw action as a defender against Siena … member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. H.S./Personal: Graduated from Wyoming Valley West High School and played for Linda Fithian, same as former Bison Amanda Faust … 2007 team captain … 2007 All-State Honorable Mention … 2007 All-State Academic … 2007 ZAG/NFHCA High School National Academic Squad … three varsity letters … team finished as PIAA District AAA Runner-up in 2004, 2005 and 2007 … played for the Key State Black club program in the 2007 USA Field Hockey National Festival … father played football and mother played tennis at Bloomsburg University … major is biology … daughter of Carl and Deborah Bowen. Bowen’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

Def. Saves

2008

2-0

0

0

0

0

0

2009

9-0

1

0

0

0

0

2010

19-19

0

0

0

0

0

Career

30-19

1

0

0

0

0

New Canaan High School, playing for Maureen Deegan … lettered four times in field hockey and ice hockey, three times in lacrosse and once in track and field … named All-County three times in field hockey and once in ice hockey … selected First Team All-State as a junior and Second Team as a sophomore in field hockey … named all-conference three times … team captain of field hockey and ice hockey teams as a junior and senior … also led field hockey team in scoring sophomore through senior seasons … joined New Canaan’s 100 Point Club in ice hockey with 72 goals and 54 assists … majoring in interdisciplinary studies … daughter of Mark and Lisa Durkin. Durkin’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

Def. Saves

2009

19-2

7

0

0

0

0

2010

19-5

5

2

1

5

0

Career

38-7

12

2

1

5

0

2010: Saw action in 12 games during her rookie campaign, coming off the bench at midfield … registered two shots on the year … member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. H.S./Personal: Graduate of Glenbard West High School ... lettered four times in field hockey and softball and twice in basketball … two-year team captain and high school team MVP … led squad in scoring all four years … named all-state in 2009 … named all-conference and all-area honorable mention in softball … major is undeclared ... daughter of Mark and Sally Goggin ... mother played field hockey at Dartmouth ... father and brothers, Connor and Mark, played ice hockey at Dartmouth ... brother, Mark, was drafted by the Boston Bruins in 2008. Goggin’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

Def. Saves

2010

12-0

2

0

0

0

0

Career

12-0

2

0

0

0

0

2010: Appeared in each of the team’s 19 games for a second consecutive season … returned to the starting lineup Oct. 10 vs. Columbia and drew five starts on the year … recorded her first career point on an assist at Holy Cross … assist led to the game-winning goal against the Crusaders … scored her first career goal at Lafayette … also scored in a 3-2 overtime win against Colgate. 2009: Saw action in all 19 games of her rookie season … drew starts in first two appearances of the season at Albany and Siena … regularly one of the first Bison off the bench for the remainder of the season … registered seven shots, three on goal … member of the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. H.S./Personal: Graduated from

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hockey and track & field … named Heartland Conference First Team All-Star in field hockey … also hurdles for Bison track … named Heartland Conference First Team in the 300-meter hurdles as a senior … finished third in the 300 hurdles at the PIAA State Championships as a senior … also qualified for the state meet in the 100 hurdles … placed fifth in the 400 hurdles at the 2011 Patriot League Championships … ranks 10th all-time at Bucknell in the 400 hurdles … major is undeclared … daughter of Heidi Zimmerman and Steve Jones. Jones’ Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

Def. Saves

2010

15-0

5

0

2

2

0

Career

15-0

5

0

2

2

0

Hannah Jones

2010: Earned playing time in 13 games … scored on her only shot of the season in a loss to Saint Jo-

Jennifer LaBarre

seph’s on Aug. 29. H.S./Personal: Graduate of Bethlehem Catholic … earned four letters in field hockey, three in soccer and one in softball … four-year starter and three-year captain in field hockey … named team’s MVP as a junior and senior … also earned team’s offensive MVP honor as a sophomore … selected all-league in field hockey and soccer for junior and senior seasons … also named allarea in field hockey as a junior and senior … two-year soccer team captain and soccer MVP as a junior … named Team Scholar-Athlete for soccer and field hockey as a senior … majoring in cell biology/biochemistry … daughter of John and Lynn LaBarre.

2010: Played in all 19 games as a key reserve … put her only shot of the season on goal against Sacred

Heart. H.S./Personal: Graduate of Lake Lehman High School … All-State Second Team selection as a senior and Honorable Mention as a junior … served as captain of field hockey and track & field teams … member of team that was Track & Field District champions in 2009 and conference champions 2007-09 … state qualifier in track & field ... seven-time district medalist in 400m, 800m, and 4x400 and 4x800 relays … earned Edna Johnson Memorial Award for Outstanding Senior Leadership and Buddy Boris Underclassman Award … Academic All-State and Academic All-American honoree … major is biology.

LaBarre’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

Def. Saves

2010

13-0

1

1

0

2

0

Career

13-0

1

1

0

2

0

Hillman’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

Def. Saves

2010

19-0

1

0

0

0

0

Career

19-0

1

0

0

0

0

2010: Came off the bench in 15 games during her debut season … registered her first career point with an assist in her first game against Albany … also earned an assist at Holy Cross … totaled five shots during the season getting four on goal. H.S./Personal: Graduate of Lewisburg Area High School … lettered in field

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2010: Bucknell’s eighth Patriot League Rookie of the Year … also named Second Team All-Patriot League … started all 19 games at forward … scored her first career goal in 3-0 shutout against Cornell … also had two goals in 4-3 win over Sacred Heart … named Patriot League Rookie of the Week after performance vs. Sacred Heart and Indiana when she totaled three goals … finished debut campaign with six goals and two assists for 14 points … goal and point totals tied for second on the team … her 14 points and six goals were the most of any player returning in 2011 … tied for ninth in Patriot League action in shots … member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. H.S./Personal: Graduate of Madison High School … letterwinner in field hockey, basketball and lacrosse … two-time First Team All-Conference and All-County in field hockey … named First Team North Jersey as a senior … named Daily Record First Team Morris County All-Area and Star Ledger First Team All-Morris as a senior and Second Team for both as a junior … First Team All-State Group II and Third Team All-State as a senior … named to NFHCA High School National Academic Squad … Second Team All-Conference and Third Team All-County selection as a sophomore … named Honorable Mention All-Daily Record as a sophomore … mem-


ber of team that was North 2 Group 1 Sectional champions in 2006 and North 1 Group 2 Sectional State champions in 2007 and 2009 … also a member of the 2009 NJSIAA Group II State Champion squad … member of team that won four consecutive Northern Hills Conference and Morris County titles … five-time participant in National Field Hockey Festival … finished second as a member of the Pennsylvania junior team at the 2011 USA Field Hockey High Performance Championships ... high school teammate of current Bison sophomore Tayler Siegrist … sister, Rebecca, is a senior on the Bucknell track & field team … majoring in management ... daughter of Rosemary and Joseph Misko.

named Patriot League Rookie of the Week on Oct. 18 … recorded two shots on the season, both against Sacred Heart. H.S./Personal: Graduate of Hamburg Area High School … earned four letters in field hockey and three in track & field … also earned four letters as school’s wrestling manager … served as field hockey captain as a junior and senior and track captain as a senior … named All-Berks County and Second Team All-State in 2009 … First Team All-Division selection in 2008 and Second Team in 2007 … named high school MVP as a junior … Futures participant in 2007 and 2008 … finished second as a member of the Pennsylvania junior team at the 2011 USA Field Hockey High Performance Championships ... majoring in animal behavior … daughter of Monika and Thomas Resh. Resh’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

Def. Saves

2010

19-19

2

0

1

1

0

Career

19-19

2

0

1

1

0

Misko’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

Def. Saves

2010

19-19

23

6

2

14

0

Career

19-19

23

6

2

14

0

2010: Saw action in goal in two games … made collegiate debut against Saint Joseph’s, entering the game at halftime … took the loss to Saint Joseph’s despite making a career-best three saves … also made two saves in 35:00 against Sacred Heart … member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. H.S./Personal: Graduate of Bridgewater-Raritan High School … four-year letterwinner in field hockey … also lettered twice in lacrosse … started all four years in goal for Bridgewater-Raritan, completing career with a schoolrecord 58 career shutouts … member of team that won county, conference and state sectional championships during her career … as a senior, team went undefeated during regular season and finished with a 25-1 record … finished with 20 shutouts and allowed 11 goals during senior campaign … named First Team All-County, All-Conference, All-Group IV, All-North Jersey All-Star Coaches Association and All-State as a senior … selected to U.S. National Indoor Field Hockey training squad … finished second as a member of the Pennsylvania junior team at the 2011 USA Field Hockey High Performance Championships ... majoring in management … daughter of Lisa and Gerard Perrine. Perrine’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

Minutes

GA

Saves

Save %

Record

Shutouts

2010

2-0

70:00

8

5

.385

0-1

0

Career

2-0

70:00

8

5

.385

0-1

0

2010: Started all 18 games in which she appeared … totaled six points on two goals and two assists … scored first goal of the season in 3-2 loss to Albany on Sept. 4 … later scored in 2-1 win at Lehigh on Oct. 16 … registered assists against Saint Joseph’s and Towson … member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for the third consecutive season. 2009: Started all 19 games at midfield … finished the season with eight points on three goals and two assists … scored her first career goal in Bison’s 3-1 win over Vermont … goal versus the Catamounts turned out to be the game winner … also scored in Bucknell’s one-goal victories against Columbia and Temple … assists came in back-to-back games against Sacred Heart and La Salle … member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Saw playing time in all 19 games … drew back-to-back starts at midfield against Lock Haven and Saint Francis (Pa.) … recorded four shots on the season, three of them on goal … member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. H.S./Personal: Played for Oley Valley High School and coached by Donna Long, same as former Bison field hockey player Kelly Hoffman … 2007 team captain … 2007 All-Berks County and AllState … 2007 ZAG/NFHCA High School National Academic Squad … 2006 All-Division and All-State Honorable Mention … 2005 All-Berks County … team advanced to PIAA Tournament all four years … received varsity letters in field hockey and track & field … 2007 county and district runner-up in the high jump … majoring in chemistry … daughter of Ralph and Cindy Richard. Richard’s Career Statistics

2010: Started all 19 games at midfield … earned her first career point with an assist in a 2-1 victory at Lehigh … assist led to the game-winning goal against the Mountain Hawks …

Year

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

Def. Saves

2008

19-2

4

0

0

0

0

2009

19-19

12

3

2

8

1

2010

18-18

5

2

2

6

0

Career

56-39

21

5

4

14

1

9


2010: Named Second Team All-Patriot League … started all 19 games for a second straight season … totaled 10 points on three goals and four assists … netted a goal in the season opener at Temple … also scored against Towson and Lafayette … four assists and 34 shots ranked third on the team and are the most by a Bison returning in 2011 … named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 8 … selected to Academic All-Patriot League Team … also a member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Started all 19 games at defender, the only freshman to do so … posted 11 points on three goals and five assists … also had game-winning goals against Columbia and Temple … finished with a trio of three-point (1G, 1A) performances, coming against Vermont, Temple and Lehigh … first career goal came on a penalty stroke against the Catamounts … performance versus Vermont earned her Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week accolades … also named Patriot League Rookie of the Week on three occasions … tied for eighth in the Patriot League in assists (5) … part of a Bison defense that limited opponents to less than two goals per game … member of NFHCA All-Academic Squad and Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. H.S./Personal: Member of 2010 Pennsylvania Junior Team at the USA Field Hockey High Performance Championships that won the title and was named to Junior National Camp ... also finished second as a member of the junior team at the 2011 USA Field Hockey High Performance Championships ... graduated from Madison High School … named Second Team All-North Hill Conference, All-Morris County and All-Daily Record in 2007 and Third Team in 2008 … chosen to the All-Morris Third Team by the Star Ledger as a junior … member of the two-time Morris County and North Hill Conference Champions … member of the two-time Group IV state championship and Skyland Conference championship teams while playing at Bridgewater-Raritan High School … Skyland Conference Second Team in 2006 … helped team to Somerset County title in 2006 … played in United States Field Hockey Association’s (USFHA) National Futures Tournament 2006 to 2008 and USFHA Futures AAU Junior Olympics in 2006 and 2007 … set Madison High School’s javelin record (137-7) in track and field in 2009 … also set Bridgewater-Raritan’s javelin record (121-3) in 2006 … won the javelin at the Group II State Championships in 2009 … selected All-Morris County, All-Area and All-Daily Record First Team in javelin in 2009 and Second Team in 2008 … also named Northern Hill Conference First Team as a junior and senior … selected All-Somerset County First Team in javelin freshman and sophomore years … also named Second Team AllArea and All-Skyland Conference in 2006 and 2007 … placed fourth in the javelin at the 2009 Penn Relays … also throws javelin for Bucknell track & field in the spring … ranks fourth all-time at Bucknell in the javelin (144-1) ... finished third in the javelin at the Patriot League Championships in 2011 … 2011 NCAA East Preliminaries qualifier in the javelin … member of National Honor Society and German National Honor Society … majoring in management … daughter of Debra and Scott Siegrist … uncle, Kenneth Kovac, was a member of the track and field team at VMI … uncle, Ron Kovac, played basketball at Rider. Siegrist’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

Def. Saves

2009

19-19

30

3

5

11

0

2010

19-19

34

3

4

10

0

Career

38-38

64

6

9

21

0

10

2010: Appeared in all 19 games, drawing 15 starts … totaled one goal and three assists for five points … lone goal came vs. Lafayette in the Patriot League Tournament … tallied assists in back-to-back games against Cornell and Towson … member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Started all 19 games for the Bison … finished the season with six points on three goals … two of those scores came in Bucknell’s 6-1 win at Siena giving her the first goals of her career … put six of her nine shots on goal during her sophomore campaign … member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Appeared in 18 contests, drawing her first collegiate start versus Ball State … part of a defense that helped hold opponents to two or fewer goals 13 times on the season … member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. H.S./Personal: Graduated from Parkland High School … played for Donna Hibshman … 2007 team captain … 2007 Field Hockey All-State Second Team … 2007 All-Academic All-State Field Hockey Squad … 2007 Honorable Mention for L.V.I.A.C. Lehigh Division Field Hockey All-Star Team … 2007 First Team All-Area … played for and was captain of her X-Calibur club team … in addition to field hockey, won two varsity letters for track & field in the 100-meter dash … National Merit Scholarship Commended Student in 2007 … National Honor Society in 2005, 2006 and 2007 … biology major … daughter of Bradley and Sandra Smith. Smith’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

Def. Saves

2008

18-1

3

0

0

0

0

2009

19-19

9

3

0

6

0

2010

19-15

21

1

3

5

0

Career

56-35

33

4

3

11

0

2010: Appeared in four games for the Bison … made her collegiate debut in the season opener at Temple … also saw action against Ivy League foes Princeton, Cornell and Harvard … member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. H.S./Personal: Graduate of Mount Saint Joseph Academy … three-year letterwinner in field hockey … member of MSJA team that was a state finalist in 2007 … also member of team that won district championship in 2007 and 2008 ... majoring in biology … daughter of Brian and Mary Beth Stefanowicz … father played golf at Duke … mother graduated with Bucknell Class of 1988. Stefanowicz’ Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

Def. Saves

2010

4-0

0

0

0

0

0

Career

4-0

0

0

0

0

0


newcomer Profiles

2010: Started all 19 games in goal for the Bison … tallied a 7-11 record … two-time Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week (Sept. 13, Sept. 27) … Susquehanna Valley Limousine Bison Athlete of the Week … also named the ECAC Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 29 after going 1-1 in back-to-back strokeoff contests against Sacred Heart and Indiana … combined for 14 saves and five goals against in 165:00 against the Pioneers and Hoosiers … 10 saves against Indiana was a career high … ranked third in the Patriot League in goals against (13), and fourth in saves (16) and saves per game (3.20) … four single-season shutouts is tied for ninth in program annals … five career shutouts is also ninth in Bucknell history … selected to Academic All-Patriot League Team … also a member of the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2009: Earned playing time in one contest, entering the game at halftime at Cornell … claimed the win in a 1-0 overtime victory over the Big Red … made five saves in 46:32 against Cornell … member of the NFHCA AllAcademic Squad and Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2008: Saw action in 10 games in goal … earned first collegiate start against Saint Francis (Pa.) … also earned first career win and shutout against the Red Flash … recorded a career-best seven saves in 35:00 at Saint Joseph’s … combined with former teammate Jessie Atieh to help shut out Saint Joseph’s, 3-0 … ranked seventh in Patriot League in saves with seven … selected as a Patriot League Rookie of the Week (Oct. 6) … named to the NFHCA All-Academic Squad and Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. H.S./Personal: Graduate of Handsworth Secondary School … played for Paul Winstanley … 2007 team captain … 2007 AAA North Shore All-Star … four years on the academic honor roll … three years on senior field hockey team … won gold medal with club team, Skillsets Select, in 2007 USA Field Hockey National Festival and bronze at 2007 Disney Field Hockey Showcase … member of British Columbia Regional High Performance Team for six years, winning U-18 Gold in 2007 and U-16 Silver in 2005 … played three years on the British Columbia Provincial Team, finishing second in the U-18 Canadian Nationals in 2006 and first in the U-16 Canadian Nationals in 2005 … Team British Columbia Provincial indoor tournament MVP in 2007 when team finished second in U-19 Canadian Nationals … majoring in management ... studied abroad in Scotland during spring 2011 term … daughter of Kamy and Diana Zargarpour. Zargarpour’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

Minutes

GA

Saves

Save %

Record

Shutouts

2008

10-0

405:54

13

2009

1-0

46:32

0

29

.690

2-3

1

5

1.000

1-0

0

2010

19-19

1334:56

45

83

.648

7-11

4

Career

30-19

1787:22

58

117

.669

10-14

5

H.S./Personal: Four-year letterwinner in field hockey at Scarborough High School … named 2010 Miss Maine Field Hockey and First Team All-State … also earned Faith Littlefield Award as the MVP of the SMAA League as a senior … 2010 Northeast Region All-American … SMAA All-Academic Team and NFHCA High School National Academic Squad member in 2010 … named to Portland Press Herald All-State Team as a senior … member of team that went 18-0 and won the state championship in 2009 … four-time National Field Hockey Festival participant and two-time national indoor participant … played in National Futures Championship 2007-09 … selected to Junior Olympics team in 2009 … also a Junior Olympics alternate in 2008 ... majoring in neuroscience … daughter of Connie and Robert Felt.

H.S./Personal: Three-year field hockey letterwinner at Broadneck High School ... chemical engineering major … daughter of Carl and Janice Lawrence.

H.S./Personal: Lettered four times in field hockey, basketball and soccer at Kutztown Area High School … named Berks County Division IV Field Hockey Player of the Year and All-County Field Hockey Team as a senior … also named Second Team AllState … Academic All-State in 2010 and Berks County All-Academic Team member 2007-09 in field hockey … selected to All-Division First Team as a junior … in soccer, named an All-County midfielder in 2010 and First Team All-Division in 2008 and 2009 ... majoring in chemical engineering … daughter of Richard and Christine Mucelli.

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H.S./Personal: Three-year letterwinner in field hockey at Emmaus High School … also earned two letters in track & field … member of team that won state championships in 2007 and 2010 … team also won three league and district titles and was a state quarterfinalist twice … great-great-grandfather, Charles Teufel, graduated from Bucknell in 1910 and played baseball for three seasons with Christy Mathewson … grandfather, Walter Murphy, and brothers, Caleb and Samuel, also participated in college athletics ... major is undeclared … daughter of Charles and Rebecca Murphy.

H.S./Personal: Lettered in field hockey and track & field at the Hathaway Brown School … member of team that advanced to state championship semifinals four years and won the state title in 2008 … named Cleveland Plain Dealer All-Star and First Team Northeast Ohio as a senior … National Futures participant for five years and was a National Field Hockey Festival participant 2008-10 … selected to Junior Olympics in 2008 … won first-ever athlete community service award at Hathaway Brown for efforts in Play 4 the Cure in the state of Ohio ... majoring in early childhood education … daughter of Mark and Carole Obernesser … father played baseball at Hartwick College … brother, Gregory, was a member of the swimming & diving team at St. Lawrence University.

H.S./Personal: Lettered in field hockey four times at The Peddie School … three-time selection to the Trentonian All-Prep Team … named Trenton Times First Team All-Prep twice and Second Team once … also a three-time All-Prep honoree by the Star Ledger … Trenton Times and the Trentonian First Team All-Area in 2010 … selected to Central Jersey Field Hockey Coaches Association Second Team and Mid-Atlantic Prep League First Team 2008-10 … National Indoor Tournament participant in 2009 and 2011 … National Field Hockey Festival participant 2007-10 ... major is undeclared … daughter of Janine and Anthony Palumbo.

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H.S./Personal: Four-year letterwinner in field hockey and lacrosse at the Kent School … also earned three letters in ice hockey … named MVP of field hockey team freshman, sophomore and senior years … selected to play in New England All-Star Game all four years … named to New England All-Star Game in lacrosse as a junior and senior … team captain ... major is undeclared … daughter of Lisa and Tyson Pritchard.

H.S./Personal: Captain of Darien High School team as a senior … earned First Team All-State and First Team All-Conference honors … also named FCIAC Final MVP and All-FCIAC East … FCIAC Scholar-Athlete of the Month ... major is undeclared … daughter of Harriet and Guy Riegel.

H.S./Personal: Earned four letters in field hockey and three in lacrosse at William Penn Charter School … selected 2010 field hockey team MVP … also named All-Inter-Academic League First Team as a senior … 2008 All-Inter-Academic League Honorable Mention … four-year varsity starter with field hockey team … named a 2010 All-Star at National Indoor Showcase and National Outdoor Showcase … National Field Hockey Festival participant in 2009 and 2010 … member of gold medal team at 2010 National AAU Championships … two-year USFHCA Futures participant … three-year varsity starter with lacrosse team … 2010 team captain with field hockey and 2011 captain for lacrosse ... major is undeclared … daughter of Frank and Liz Wills … brother, Brendan, is a member of the Bucknell Class of 2011 and was a member of the swimming & diving team … brother, Frank, was a member of the swimming & diving team at West Chester University … mother swam and played field hockey at La Salle … mother was also a Field Hockey National Champion and is a member of the La Salle Hall of Athletes … grandfather, Lou McCabe, played soccer at Ursinus College … great-grandfather, Louis McCabe, played professional baseball with the Philadelphia Athletics.


Jeremy Cook, a former member of the United States national field hockey team and most recently an assistant coach at Indiana University, was named head field hockey coach at Bucknell in July 2008. Among his extensive international field hockey experience, Cook has served as a technical assistant with the U.S. men’s and women’s national teams. He assisted the men’s team at the Olympic qualifying tournament, and the 2008 Olympics-bound women’s squad at the Pan American Games, the Champions Challenge, the Chile 4-Nation Tournament and the team’s Holland tour. He has also served as an assistant coach and administrative director at the Elite Performance Training Center in either the Pennsylvania/New Jersey or the Midwest Region each summer since 2005, and he has more than six years of experience coaching the U.S. Futures program in the Washington, D.C., area and at developmental camps across the country. During the summer of 2010, Cook served as the head coach of the Pennsylvania Junior Team at the USA Field Hockey High Performance Championships and led the squad to the title. Hired as an assistant coach at Indiana in February 2007, Cook has also had assistant coaching stints at Penn (2005-06), Drexel (2000-01), American (1999) and Cornell (1997-98). Cook, who graduated summa cum laude from Drexel in 2002, enjoyed a stellar playing career. From 1997-2000 he was a member of Team USA. He competed in the 1999 Pan Am Games in Winnipeg and was a member of three gold medal-winning teams at the U.S. Olympic Festival. He also played on three Indoor Pan American Cup teams and on the 2003 Indoor World Cup team that competed in Leipzig, Germany. From 1995-97, Cook played on the first team with Hockey Club Rotterdam in The Netherlands. Cook lives in Lewisburg with his wife Sandra.

All-Time Coaching Records Coach Tenure Years W L Bobbi Testa 1973-77 5 33 11 Rose Ewan 1978 1 5 5 Sally Star 1979-80 2 19 14 Martha Ludwig 1981-86 6 45 57 Cheryl Stockman 1987-88 2 14 20 Jennifer Averill 1989-91 3 20 32 Heather Lewis 1992-2007 16 128 161 Jeremy Cook 2008-pres. 3 30 27 Totals 38 294 327

T 4 2 2 10 4 3 2 0 27

Pct. .729 .500 .571 .446 .421 .391 .443 .545 .475

Jamie Montgomery, a two-time National Champion while playing at Wake Forest, was named an assistant field hockey coach in the summer of 2009. Montgomery joined the program following a graduate assistant coaching position at Temple where she earned her master’s degree in urban education. In her role as an assistant with the Owls, Montgomery fulfilled a number of duties including coordinating practice and game schedules, recruiting, fundraising and travel in addition to onfield coaching. As a student-athlete from 2003-06, Montgomery was a four-year starter for the nationally ranked Demon Deacons, helping the squad to national titles in 2004 and 2005 and Atlantic Coast Conference titles in 2004 and 2006. As a junior, she was a key component of a Wake Forest defense that allowed a mere 0.96 goals per game. A year later, the Maidens, Va., native was named All-ACC, NCAA All-Tournament and Second Team All-America. Montgomery was also selected to the 2006 All-ACC Academic Team while earning her degree in English and sociology. Montgomery’s playing experience extends to the international stage as well, as she was a member of the United States Women’s Field Hockey Junior National Team from 2004-06, earning the opportunity to travel to Santiago, Chile for the 2004 4-Nation Tournament and the 2005 Junior World Cup. She also traveled to San Juan, Puerto Rico in 2005 for the Junior Pan American Games. More recently, Montgomery took part in a five-game test series in Argentina as a member of the United States Women’s Field Hockey Senior Developmental Team. In addition to her run at Temple, Montgomery’s coaching resume includes stints with the Wake Forest University Elite and Team Camp, Princeton University Camp, Champions Edge Field Hockey Camp and Godwin High School Field Hockey Clinic. Montgomery is married to Bucknell assistant football coach R.D. Montgomery.

Erin Singleton, a three-time Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year at Holy Cross, joined the Bucknell staff in the summer of 2009 as a graduate assistant coach. She completed her master’s degree in psychology at Bucknell last spring and has since been elevated to the position of second assistant with the Bison. In her final season with the Crusaders, Singleton recorded a 7-11 record in goal with a 3.12 goals against average and a .773 save percentage, which ranked 12th nationally. Her 8.5 saves per game also ranked third in the country. Singleton led the Patriot League in shutouts and goals against average as a sophomore before leading the league in saves, saves per game and save percentage as a senior. During her career, the Amesbury, Mass., native earned three First Team All-Patriot League selections. Her trio of Goalkeeper of the Year honors marked the first time a student-athlete had claimed the league’s award more than once. Away from the field, Singleton was named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and the NFHCA National Academic Squad. She completed her degree in psychology from Holy Cross in 2009.

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2010 Statistics o. N 12 9 13 25 24 23 8 21 1 18 22 3 7 11 27 20 16 10

Name Bruvik, Kelly Kauffman, Morgan Misko, Rachel Siegrist, Tayler Raczek, Corinne Weiss, Christine Richard, Marci Durkin, Katie Smith, Mallory LaBarre, Jennifer Jones, Hannah Resh, Vickie Goggin, Cassie Hillman, Leigh Stefanowicz, Kelly Bowen, Kate Queally, Claire Coady, Caroline Total Opponents

GP-GS 19-19 19-19 19-19 19-19 19-19 19-19 18-18 19-5 19-15 13-0 15-0 19-19 12-0 19-0 4-0 19-19 4-0 4-0 19 19

No. 66 32

Name GP-GS Zargarpour, Sarah 19-19 Perrine, Erica 2-0 TEAM - Total 19 Opponents 19

G A Pts Sh 10 6 26 56 6 2 14 32 6 2 14 23 3 4 10 34 1 7 9 10 4 0 8 43 2 2 6 5 2 1 5 5 1 3 5 21 1 0 2 1 0 2 2 5 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 30 104 240 54 31 139 236 Minutes 1334:56 70:00 0:00 1404:56 1404:56

GA 45 8 1 54 37

Shot% .179 .188 .261 .088 .100 .093 .400 .400 .048 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .154 .229

2010 Results

SOG SOG% GW PS-ATT DSv 29 .518 2 0-0 0 22 .688 2 0-0 0 16 .696 1 0-0 0 13 .382 0 1-1 0 6 .600 0 0-0 0 20 .465 1 0-0 0 4 .800 0 0-0 0 4 .800 0 0-0 0 14 .667 0 0-0 0 1 1.000 0 0-0 0 4 .800 0 0-0 0 1 .500 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 0 1 1.000 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 0 136 .567 7 1-1 0 142 .602 12 0-1 5

Avg Saves Pct 2.36 83 .648 8.00 5 .385 0.00 0 .000 2.69 88 .620 1.84 97 .724

W L 7 11 0 1 0 0 7 12 12 7

T 0 0 0 0 0

Sho 4 0 0 4 3

Players returning in 2011 in italics

Miscellaneous Statistics Goals by Period

Bucknell Opponents

1 14 18

2 OT 2OT Total 21 1 1 37 35 0 1 54

Shots by Period

Bucknell Opponents

1 2 OT 2OT Total 100 120 15 5 240 112 113 9 2 236

Saves by Period

Bucknell Opponents

1 42 30

2 OT 2OT Total 39 6 1 88 55 8 4 97

Penalty Corners by Period

Bucknell Opponents

1 50 56

2 OT 2OT Total 71 7 7 135 51 4 1 112

2010 Patriot League Standings Patriot League Team W-L Pct. American* 5-0 1.000 Lafayette 4-1 .800 Bucknell 3-2 .600 Colgate 2-3 .400 Lehigh 1-4 .200 Holy Cross 0-5 .000 * Patriot League Champion

Overall W-L Pct. 18-4 .818 9-10 .474 7-12 .368 5-12 .294 3-13 .188 0-17 .000

Offensive Player of the Year: Christine Fingerhuth, American Defensive Player of the Year: Meghan Cicchi, Lafayette Goalkeeper of the Year: Kristen Lalli, Colgate Rookie of the Year: Rachel Misko, Bucknell Coach of the Year: Steve Jennings, American Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Christine Weiss, Bucknell

August Sat. 28 Sun. 29

Overall: 7-12, PL: 3-2 at Temple vs. Saint Joseph’s#

L, 4-2 L, 7-3

September Sat. 4 Sun. 5 Sat. 11 Sun. 12 Thurs. 16 Sat. 25 Sun. 26

ALBANY at Princeton CORNELL TOWSON LOCK HAVEN SACRED HEART INDIANA

L, 3-2 L, 7-0 W, 3-0 W, 4-0 L, 2-1 W, 4-3 (SO) L, 2-1 (SO)

October Sat. 2 Sun. 3 Sat. 9 Sun. 10 Sat. 16 Tues. 19 Sat. 23 Sun. 24 Sat. 30

at Holy Cross* at Harvard at Lafayette* COLUMBIA LEHIGH* at Penn State at American* at Rutgers COLGATE*

W, 2-0 W, 3-0 L, 4-2 L, 3-2 W, 2-1 L, 4-1 L, 6-0 L, 3-0 W, 3-2 (OT)

November Fri. 5

vs. No. 2 Lafayette!

ome games in BOLD CAPS H * - Patriot League game # - at Temple ! - Patriot League Tournament, at American University

2010 Award Winners First Team All-Patriot League Kelly Bruvik Christine Weiss Second Team All-Patriot League Morgan Kauffman Tayler Siegrist Rachel Misko NFHCA All-Mideast Region Kelly Bruvik (Second Team) PL All-Tournament Team Kelly Bruvik Corinne Raczek

PL Offensive Player of the Week Kelly Bruvik (9/13) PL Defensive Player of the Week Tayler Siegrist (9/8) Christine Weiss (10/5) PL Goakeeper of the Week Sarah Zargarpour (9/13) Sarah Zargarpour (9/27) PL Rookie of the Week Rachel Misko (9/27) Vickie Resh (10/18) Bison Athlete of the Week Sarah Zargarpour (9/26)

Academic Honors As it has become accustomed to, the Bucknell field hockey team garnered a number of academic honors in 2010. The Bison were recognized by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) for posting a team grade-point average of better than 3.0. Additionally, 10 team members earned positions on the NFHCA National Academic Squad, while 14 were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for GPAs above 3.20 during the 2010 fall semester.

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Player Name (academic honor) Kate Bowen (NFHCA, PL Honor Roll) Kelly Bruvik (PL Honor Roll) Cassie Goggin (NFHCA, PL Honor Roll) Morgan Kauffman (PL Honor Roll) Rachel Misko (NFHCA, PL Honor Roll) Erica Perrine (NFHCA, PL Honor Roll) Claire Queally (NFHCA, PL Honor Roll) Corinne Raczek (PL Honor Roll) Marci Richard (NFHCA, PL Honor Roll)

L, 3-2

Player Name (academic honor) Tayler Siegrist (NFHCA, PL Honor Roll, Academic All-PL) Mallory Smith (NFHCA, PL Honor Roll) Kelly Stefanowicz (PL Honor Roll) Christine Weiss (NFHCA, PL Honor Roll, Academic All-PL) Sarah Zargarpour (NFHCA, PL Honor Roll, Academic All-PL)


Patriot League Honors

All-Americans All-American

2001 Lauren Campbell

Regional All-American 2008 2007 2006 2005 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1993 1992 1991 1988 1987 1986 1978

Amanda Faust Trina Boyer Amanda Faust Megan Krebs Amanda Faust Steph Graf Liz Jordan Liz Jordan Kate Ruda Lauren Campbell Monica McCorry Monica McCorry Lauren Campbell Dena Ebert Jen Zimmerman Katey Twombly Jen Zimmerman Katey Twombly Tina Jones Megan Bossuyt Dani Johnston Dani Johnston Almira Baldwin Almira Baldwin Katrina Mueller Maria Keesling Adrienne Ekern Michelle Manoff Cindy Barbosa Dianne Czarnecki Karen Wegener Bobbi Castens Kathy Kline Kay Long Margaret Philleo Cindy Rotz

3rd Tm

1st Tm 2nd Tm 1st Tm 2nd Tm 1st Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 1st Tm 2nd Tm 1st Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 1st Tm 2nd Tm 1st Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 1st Tm 2nd Tm 1st Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 1st Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 2nd Tm 3rd Tm

Academic All-American 1996 Carolyn Zesk

Academic All-District II 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2002 1996 1995

Christine Weiss (1st Tm) Sarah Ebright (1st Tm) Sarah Ebright (2nd Tm) Kelly Hoffman (1st Tm) Kelly Hoffman (2nd Tm) Lauren Campbell (2nd Tm) Carolyn Zesk Carolyn Zesk

East Coast Conference All-Conference 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

Catherine Barone Adrienne Ekern Maria Keesling Michelle Manoff Cindy Barbosa Michelle Manoff Dianne Czarnecki Dianne Czarnecki Dianne Czarnecki Carolyn Fisher

First Team All-Patriot League

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

Kelly Bruvik, Christine Weiss Megan Krebs, Corinne Raczek Trina Boyer, Amanda Faust Amanda Faust, Megan Krebs Amanda Faust, Katie Urosevich Liz Jordan, Alex Kyzmir Lindsey Gentel Meiko Boynton, Kate Ruda Lauren Campbell Monica McCorry Katey Twombly, Jen Zimmerman Katey Twombly, Jen Zimmerman Tina Jones, Jaime Paldin Megan Bossuyt Megan Bossuyt, Dani Johnston, Jaime Paldin Megan Bossuyt, Liz Goodall Almira Baldwin, Tricia Way Almira Baldwin, Katrina Mueller, Tricia Way Jeanette Aurand, Almira Baldwin, Katrina Mueller Jeanette Aurand, Almira Baldwin, Katrina Mueller

Second Team All-Patriot League 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Morgan Kauffman, Rachel Misko, Tayler Siegrist Morgan Kauffman, Christine Weiss Morgan Kauffman, Corinne Raczek Steph Graf, Kelly Hoffman Steph Graf, Kelly Hoffman Amanda Faust, Steph Graf Callista Costopoulos, Corin Inderbitzin-Brooks, Liz Jordan, Alex Kyzmir Liz Jordan, Kelly O’Brien, Kate Ruda Lindsey Gentel, Amy Marvel Monica McCorry, Sonja Wettergreen Dena Ebert, Melissa Maher Monica McCorry, Katie Yingling Malina Anderson, Maureen Breslin, Dena Ebert Sarah Catlin Sarah Catlin, Dani Johnston, Jaime Paldin

Goalkeeper of the Year 2005 Liz Jordan

Player of the Year

1991 Jeanette Aurand

Defensive Player of the Year 1998 Jen Zimmerman

Rookie of the Year 2010 2005 1999 1998 1995 1994 1993 1990

Rachel Misko Amanda Faust Sonja Wettergreen Dena Ebert Maureen Breslin Tina Jones Kate McIlvain Almira Baldwin

Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2010 2007 2001 1999 1995 1992

Christine Wiess Kelly Hoffman Lauren Campbell Jen Zimmerman Carolyn Zesk Tricia Way

Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Suzanne Arian............................. 2007 Jessie Atieh............................2007-09 Kristen Allen................................ 1993 Malina Anderson.....................1998-99 Marja Bakermans...................1994-95 Almira Baldwin............................. 1992 Ellie Barrett.................................. 2009 Tracy Bass..............................1994-95 Lisa Bingaman............................. 2000 Lori Blue...................................... 1993 Megan Bossuyt.................1993-94, 96 Kate Bowen...........................2008-10 Meiko Boynton........................2001-04 Trina Boyer.............................2006-07 Maureen Breslin..................... 1996,98 Kelly Bruvik.............................2007-10 Carolyn Buck............................... 1993 Kelly Burrows.........................2000-02 Steph Cabral..........................2001-04 Lauren Campbell....................1998-01 Steph Carfley............................... 1992 Larissa Carso.........................1998-01 Carli Cataldo......................2002,04-05 Gina Cattrano.............................. 1995 Sarah Catlin................................. 1997 Suzanne Chairsell....................... 1992 Jen Cohlberg............................... 1994 Callista Costopoulos...............2003-06 Karin Davidson............................ 1994 Katie Durkin............................... 2009 Jesse Eaton................................. 1995 Dena Ebert............................ 1998, 01 Sarah Ebright.........................2006-09 Amanda Faust............................. 2008 Sarah George ............................. 2005 Cassie Goggin........................... 2010 Liz Goodall.............................1994-95 Steph Graf..............................2005-08 Emily Groendyke....................2003-06 Missy Hauck...........................1993-95 Jen Hayes................................... 1992 Sarah Herrmann.....................2005-08 Maura Higgs................................ 2000 Kelly Hoffman.........................2004-07 Meghan Hopping......................... 2000 Erin Hozack................................. 2004 Anne Hunsicker......................1999-01 Roxannah Hunter........................ 2003 Emily Hutchison......................2006-08 Corin Inderbitzin-Brooks.........2003-04 Dani Johnston........................1993-95 Steph Jones...........................1997-99 Liz Jordan...............................2004-05 Courtney Kaczynski................1996-97 Jacquie Kataneksza...............2005-08 Morgan Kauffman........................ 2010 Sally Keith..............................1994-95 Lindsay Knoll............................... 2002

Kristen Koenigsbauer.................. 1996 Ellen Kurkowski........................... 2001 Susan LeFevre....................... 1994,96 Katie Leinen...........................2004-07 Melissa Lindia.............................. 1998 Anne Lutz...............................2005-06 Melissa Maher............................. 2001 Amy Marvel.............................1999-02 Rudo Mawema............................ 2006 Anne Mayer................................. 1994 Monica McCorry.......................... 2001 Kate McIlvain.....................1993,95-96 Caroline Merrell........................... 2009 Rachel Misko............................. 2010 Katrina Mueller............................ 1992 Kirsten Nilsen.............................. 2003 Kelly O’Brien...........................2002-05 Jamie Paldin...........................1996-97 Dana Panzer............................... 2001 Andrea Paraud............................ 2001 Erica Perrine.............................. 2010 Erin Plasteras.........................1998-01 Claire Queally.............................. 2010 Corinne Raczek......................2009-10 Mel Rhoads......................1998, 00-01 Marci Richard........................2008-10 Heather Rogers......................2003-06 Kate Ruda..............................2000-03 Katie Ruiz...............................2005-08 Suzanne Schaubert................1998-01 Kelly Seed................................... 1994 Beth Shaffer................................. 2002 Tayler Siegrist.......................2009-10 Johnna Simoes............................ 2008 Jen Slonaker............................... 1997 Chyncia Smith........................2005-07 Mallory Smith........................2008-10 Kristin Soto.................................. 1996 Kelly Stefanowicz...................... 2010 Austin Thomas........................2006-09 Cara Turner............................2001-04 Jenni Turner...........................2001-03 Katey Twombley.......................... 1999 Katie Urosevich......................2003-06 Danielle Ward.............................. 1992 Katie Watt.................................... 2005 Tricia Way...............................1992-93 Christine Weiss.......................2007-10 Lindsey Weller........................2004-07 Sue Wells.................................... 1992 Sonja Wettergreen..................1999-02 Tracey Willis................................ 1993 Amanda Woll............................... 1993 Katie Yingling..........................1997-00 Cameron Zara............................. 1998 Sarah Zargarpour.................2008-10 Carolyn Zesk..........................1993-95 Jen Zimmerman......................1996-99

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Academic All-Patriot League Team 2010

Captains Roster

Tayler Siegrist, Christine Weiss, Sarah Zargarpour

Sarah Zargarpour

Tayler Siegrist

Christine Weiss

NFHCA National Academic Team 2010 ~ Kate Bowen, Cassie Goggin, Rachel Misko, Erica Perrine, Claire Queally, Marci Richard, Tayler Siegrist, Mallory Smith, Christine Weiss, Sarah Zargarpour 2009 ~ Jessie Atieh, Ellie Barrett, Kate Bowen, Sarah Ebright, Caroline Merrell, Marci Richard, Tayler Siegrist, Mallory Smith, Austin Thomas, Christine Weiss, Sarah Zargarpour 2008 ~ Jessie Atieh, Kate Bowen, Sarah Ebright, Steph Graf, Sarah Herrmann, Emily Hutchison, Jacquie Kataneksza, Marci Richard, Katie Ruiz, Mallory Smith, Austin Thomas, Christine Weiss, Sarah Zargarpour 2007 ~ Suzanne Arian, Jessie Atieh, Trina Boyer, Sarah Ebright, Steph Graf, Sarah Hermann, Kelly Hoffman, Emily Hutchison, Jacquie Kataneksza, Katie Leinen, Katie Ruiz, Austin Thomas, Christine Weiss, Lindsey Weller 2006 ~ Jessie Atieh, Trina Boyer, Callista Costopoulos, Sarah Ebright, Emily Groendyke, Sarah Herrmann, Kelly Hoffman, Jacquie Kataneksza, Katie Leinen, Heather Rogers, Katie Ruiz, Austin Thomas, Katie Urosevich, Lindsey Weller 2005 ~ Carli Cataldo, Callista Costopoulos, Sarah George, Steph Graf, Emily Groendyke, Sarah Herrmann, Kelly Hoffman, Jacquie Kataneksza, Katie Leinen, Kelly O’Brien, Heather Rogers, Katie Ruiz, Katie Urosevich, Lindsey Weller 2004 ~ Meiko Boynton, Steph Cabral, Cali Costopoulos, Kelly Hoffman, Erin Hozack, Katie Leinen, Kelly O’Brien, Heather Rogers, Cara Turner, Katie Urosevich, Lindsey Weller

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2003 ~ Meiko Boynton, Steph Cabral, Cali Costopoulos, Emily Groendyke, Roxannah Hunter, Kelly O’Brien, Heather Rogers, Kate Ruda, Cara Turner, Jenni Turner, Katie Urosevich 2002 ~ Meiko Boynton, Kelly Burrows, Steph Cabral, Carli Cataldo, Amy Marvel, Kelly O’Brien, Kate Ruda, Beth Shaffer, Cara Turner, Jenni Turner, Sonja Wettergreen 2001 ~ Meiko Boynton, Lauren Campbell, Larissa Carso, Dena Ebert, Lindsey Gentel, Amy Marvel, Dana Panzer, Erin Plasteras, Mel Rhoads, Kate Ruda, Suzanne Schaubert, Sonja Wettergreen 2000 ~ Lisa Bingaman, Lauren Campbell, Larissa Carso, Amy Marvel, Erin Plasteras, Mel Rhoads, Kate Ruda, Suzanne Schaubert, Sonja Wettergreen, Katie Yingling 1999 ~ Lauren Campbell, Larissa Carso, Dena Ebert, Katie Yingling, Jen Zimmerman 1998 ~ Katie Yingling, Jen Zimmerman 1997 ~ Susan LeFevre, Jen Zimmerman 1996 ~ Dani Johnston, Susan LeFevre, Kate McIlvain 1995 ~ Megan Bossuyt, Missy Hauck, Dani Johnston, Susan LeFevre, Kate McIlvain, Carolyn Zesk 1994 ~ Megan Bossuyt, Missy Hauck, Dani Johnston, Kate McIlvain, Kelly Seed, Carolyn Zesk 1993 ~ Tricia Way, Carolyn Zesk 1992 ~ Stephanie Carfley, Suzanne Chairsell, Danielle Ward, Tricia Way, Sue Wells

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

Kate Bowen, Marci Richard, Mallory Smith, Sarah Zargarpour Kelly Bruvik, Corinne Raczek Jessie Atieh, Sarah Ebright Amanda Faust, Steph Graf Kelly Hoffman, Katie Leinen, Chyncia Smith, Lindsey Weller Callista Costopoulos, Katie Urosevich Liz Jordan, Kelly O’Brien Steph Cabral, Corin Inderbitzin-Brooks Lindsey Gentel, Kate Ruda Lindsey Gentel, Amy Marvel, Sonja Wettergreen Lauren Campbell, Dena Ebert, Anne Hunsicker Maura Higgs, Brett Russo, Katie Yingling Malina Anderson, Katey Twombly, Jen Zimmerman Katey Twombly, Jen Zimmerman Sarah Catlin, Tina Jones Megan Bossuyt, Dani Johnston Liz Goodall, Sally Keith, Carolyn Zesk Tracy LaPorte, Kelly Seed Almira Baldwin, Tricia Way Suzanne Chairsell, Danielle Ward Amber Baxter, Meghan Clark Jeanette Aurand, Meghan Clark Catherine Barone, Leigh Lawrence Adrienne Ekern, Andrea Hendrzak, Ann Marie Hendrzak Michelle Manoff, Bridgett Rawlins

1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974

Cindy Barbosa, Michelle Manoff Cindy Barbosa, Marie O’Brien Cindy Bell, Sue Ramage, Janet Unger Becky Bittinger, Sue Gray, Sue Lenker Carolyn Fisher, Jeanne Minihan Anne Kennedy, Christina King Jill Henry, Anne Kennedy Kathryn Kline, Cynthia Rotz Barbara Castens, Karin Wegener Tina Quittman, Karin Wegener Kathy McElhany, Irene Stein, Kathryn Weathers Heidi Hamilton, Karen Tropp Karen Schulz, Jocelyn Whiting

Kelly Hoffman ’08

1984 Bison Field Hockey Team

Jeanne Minihan ’83


Offense Career Records

Points Name................ Years...... Pts 1. Karin Wegener... 1975-78...122 2. Kathy Kline........ 1976-79...103 3. Amanda Faust... 2005-08.....92 4. Michelle Manoff... 1984-87.....80 5. Jen Zimmerman.... 1996-99.....74 6. Dena Ebert........ 1998-01.....72 7. Morgan Kauffman... 2007-10.....68 8. Kelly O’Brien...... 2002-05.....63 9. Sue Lenker........ 1980-83.....61 10. Almira Baldwin... 1990-93.....60 Kelly Bruvik........ 2007-10.....60

Single Game Leaders Most Goals in a Game 4 Jen Zimmerman vs. Columbia.......................... 9/11/99 Karin Wegener vs. Mansfield............................9/20/78 Karin Wegener vs. Pittsburgh.........................10/21/77 Karin Wegener vs. Mansfield............................9/21/77 Kathy Kline vs. Mansfield..................................9/21/77 Kathy Kline vs. Wilkes...................................... 11/3/76 Most Assists in a Game 3 Morgan Kauffman at Colgate........................ 10/24/09 Corinne Raczek at Saint Joseph’s.................. 9/30/08 Morgan Kauffman vs. Longwood..................... 8/31/08 Amanda Faust vs. Colgate............................ 10/14/06 Alex Kyzmir vs. Saint Francis (Pa.)................... 9/7/04 Kirsten Nilsen vs. Saint Francis (Pa.)................. 9/30/03 Catherine Barone vs. Towson....................... 10/18/89 Rebecca Hurt vs. Mansfield............................ 9/20/78 Jean Baker vs. Mansfield................................ 9/21/77 Most Points in a Game 9 Karin Wegener vs. Pittsburgh.........................10/21/77 Karin Wegener vs. Mansfield...........................9/21/77 Kathy Kline vs. Mansfield.................................9/21/77 Most Saves in a Game 37 Cindy Barbosa vs. Rutgers.............................10/21/84 Cindy Barbosa vs. New Hampshire..................9/30/84

Amanda Faust ’09

Season Records

Karin Wegener ’79 Goals Name................. Years.....Gls 1. Karin Wegener... 1975-78....55 2. Kathy Kline......... 1976-79....48 3. Michelle Manoff... 1984-87....35 4. Dena Ebert......... 1998-01....32 5. Amanda Faust... 2005-08....29 6. Kelly O’Brien...... 2002-05....28 7. Sue Lenker........ 1980-83....26 Kelly Bruvik........ 2007-10....26 9. Melissa Maher... 1998-01....25 10. Jen Zimmerman... 1996-99....24

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

Assists Name..................Years.....Ast Amanda Faust....2005-08...34 Corinne Raczek...2007-10...34 Morgan Kauffman...2007-10... 28 Jen Zimmerman...1996-99...26 Alex Kyzmir.........2003-06...23 Katey Twombly...1996-99...17 Maura Higgs.......1997-00...17 Almira Baldwin....1990-93...14 Meiko Boynton....2001-04...13 Anne Lutz............2003-06...13 Megan Krebs......2006-09...13

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

Points Name.................Year........ Pts Karin Wegener...1977.........49 Kathy Kline.........1977.........40 Jen Zimmerman...1999.........36 Karin Wegener...1976.........34 Amanda Faust....2008.........32 Kathy Kline.........1979.........31 Janet Williams....1981.........29 Morgan Kauffman...2008.........27 Michelle Manoff...1984.........26 Kelly Bruvik........2010.........26 Goals Name................. Year.......Gls Karin Wegener... 1977.........21 Kathy Kline......... 1977.........19 Karin Wegener... 1976.........16 Kathy Kline......... 1979.........15 Jen Zimmerman... 1999.........15 Kathy Kline ....... 1976.........14 Janet Williams.... 1981.........13 Melissa Maher... 2000.........12 Karin Wegener... 1978.........11 Michelle Manoff... 1984.........11 Dena Ebert......... 1998.........11 Amanda Faust... 2008.........11

Assists Name..................Year.......Ast 1. Corinne Raczek....2008........16 2. Morgan Kauffman...2008........15 3. Morgan Kauffman...2009........11 4. Jen Zimmerman...1997........10 Alex Kyzmir.........2005........10 Amanda Faust....2006........10 Amanda Faust....2008........10 Corinne Raczek....2009........10 9. Katey Twombly...1999..........9 10. Alex Kyzmir.........2004..........8 Amanda Faust....2007..........8

East Coast Conference Tournament Results

Nov. 4, 1982............. La Salle...................... L, 0-1 Nov. 2, 1983............. at Rider...................... L, 1-5 Nov. 3, 1984............. at Delaware................ L, 1-7 Nov. 5, 1986............. at Hofstra................... L, 1-2 Nov. 4, 1987............. at Lafayette................ L, 1-2 Nov. 2, 1988............. Hofstra....................... W, 2-0 Nov. 5, 1988............. vs. Delaware.............. L, 0-2 Nov. 4, 1989............. vs. Drexel................... L, 2-4

Patriot League Tournament Results

Nov. 4, 1994............. at Lafayette................ L, 0-1 (OT) Nov. 4, 1995............. vs. Colgate................. W, 2-1 *Nov. 5, 1995........... at Lafayette................ L, 1-3 Nov. 9, 1996............. vs. Lehigh.................. L, 1-3 Nov. 7, 1998............. vs. Holy Cross............ L, 0-1 Nov. 6, 1999............. vs. Fairfield................. W, 2-1 *Nov. 7, 1999........... at Lafayette................ L, 0-3 Nov. 3, 2000............. vs. Fairfield................. W, 2-1 (OT) *Nov. 4, 2000........... at Holy Cross............. L, 1-4 Nov. 8, 2002............. at Lafayette................ L, 1-8 Nov. 7, 2003............. at Holy Cross............. L, 1-2 (OT) Nov. 5, 2005............. vs. Holy Cross............ L, 1-3 Nov. 4, 2006............. at American................ L, 2-4 Nov. 7, 2008............. vs. Lafayette.............. W, 4-2 *Nov. 8, 2008........... at American................ L, 2-5 Nov. 6, 2009............. vs. Lafayette.............. L, 3-2 (OT) Nov. 5, 2010............. vs. Lafayette.............. L, 3-2 * Championship Game

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Goalkeeping Career Records Saves

Name................. Years..... Svs 1. Cindy Barbosa... 1983-86..1039 2. Maria Keesling... 1987-89...833 3. Danielle Ward..... 1989-92...589 4. Maureen Breslin... 1995-98...559 5. Sonja Wettergreen... 1999-02...543 6. Betsy Doyle........ 1978-81...530 7. Liz Jordan.......... 2002-05...473 8. Jessie Atieh........ 2006-09...228 9. Sue Gray............ 1981-83...225 10. Tracey LaPorte... 1991-94...189 11. Allyson Toombs... 1993........135 12. Sarah Zargarpour... 2008-pres... 117 13. Emily Groendyke... 2004-06...113

Winning Percentage (min. 5 decisions) Name................. Years..... W% 1. Bobbi Castens..... 1975-78.. .795 2. Melissa Rhoads... 1998-01.. .750 3. Sue Gray.............. 1981-83.. .574 4. Betsy Doyle.......... 1978-81.. .558 5. Jessie Atieh.......... 2006-09.. .553 6. Danielle Ward...... 1989-92.. .500 7. Sonja Wettergreen... 1999-02.. .463 8. Maureen Breslin... 1995-98... 456 9. Liz Jordan............ 2002-05.. .444 10. Sarah Zargarpour... 2008-pres.....417 11. Maria Keesling..... 1987-89.. .414 12. Emily Groendyke... 2004-06.. .412 13. Allyson Toombs.... 1993....... .385 14. Cindy Barbosa..... 1983-86.. .381 15. Tracey LaPorte.... 1991-94.. .273

Wins

Name................. Years... Wins 1. Maureen Breslin.... 1995-98.....31 Sonja Wettergreen... 1999-02.....31 3. Betsy Doyle........ 1978-81.....26 Jessie Atieh........ 2006-09.....26 5. Liz Jordan.......... 2002-05.....24 6. Cindy Barbosa... 1983-86.....23 7. Maria Keesling... 1987-89.....21 Danielle Ward..... 1989-92.....21 9. Bobbi Castens.... 1975-78.....16 10. Sue Gray............ 1981-83.....15 11. Sarah Zargarpour... 2008-pres....10 12. Emily Groendyke... 2004-06.......7 13. Melissa Rhoads... 1998-01.......6 Tracey LaPorte... 1991-94.......6 15. Allyson Toombs.. 1993............5 Shutouts Name................. Years.... ShO 1. Bobbi Castens.... 1975-78....15 Danielle Ward..... 1989-92....15 3. Betsy Doyle........ 1978-81....14 4. Cindy Barbosa... 1983-86....13 Maria Keesling... 1987-89....13 Maureen Breslin.. 1995-98....13 Sonja Wettergreen... 1999-02....13 8. Sue Gray............ 1981-83......6 9. Sarah Zargarpour... 2008-pres....5 10. Liz Jordan.......... 2002-05......4 11. Tracey LaPorte... 1991-94......3 Melissa Rhoads... 1998-01......3 Jessie Atieh........ 2006-09......3 14. Allyson Toombs.. 1993............2 Diana Bartley..... 2006-07......2 Emily Groendyke... 2004-06......2

Bobbi Castens ’78

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Jessie Atieh ’10

Season Records

Saves Name....................Year..... Svs 1. Maria Keesling......1989.....395 2. Cindy Barbosa......1984.....346 3. Cindy Barbosa......1985.....344 4. Maria Keesling......1988.....272 5. Danielle Ward........1990.....235 6. Cindy Barbosa......1986.....225 7. Betsy Doyle...........1981.....203 8. Danielle Ward........1992.....190 Liz Jordan.............2005.....190 10. Betsy Doyle...........1979.....176 11. Sonja Wettergreen...2000.....168 12. Maria Keesling......1987.....166 Maureen Breslin....1997.....166 14. Liz Jordan.............2004.....161 15. Danielle Ward........1991.....160 Wins Name....................Year... Wins 1. Betsy Doyle...........1979.......11 Cindy Barbosa......1984.......11 Sonja Wettergreen...1999.......11 Jessie Atieh...........2009.......11 5. Sue Gray...............1982.......10 6. Danielle Ward........1991.........9 Maureen Breslin....1998.........9 Liz Jordan.............2003.........9 Jessie Atieh...........2008.........9 10. Bobbi Castens.......1976.........8 Bobbi Castens.......1977.........8 Betsy Doyle...........1980.........8 Danielle Ward........1992.........8 Maureen Breslin....1995.........8 Sonja Wettergreen...2000.........8 Liz Jordan.............2005.........8

1. 3. 6. 9.

Shutouts Name....................Year.... ShO Betsy Doyle...........1979.........7 Danielle Ward........1991.........7 Betsy Doyle...........1980.........6 Cindy Barbosa......1984.........6 Danielle Ward........1992.........6 Maria Keesling......1987.........5 Maria Keesling......1989.........5 Sonja Wettergreen...1999.........5 Bobbi Castens.......1976.........4 Sue Gray...............1982.........4 Cindy Barbosa......1986.........4 Maureen Breslin....1995.........4 Sonja Wettergreen...1997.........4 Maureen Breslin....1998.........4 Sarah Zargarpour...2010.........4

Winning Percentage Name................. Year....... W% 1. Bobbi Castens.... 1976........850 2. Bobbi Castens.... 1977........750 3. Jessie Atieh........ 2008........643 4. Sonja Wettergreen... 1999........611 Jessie Atieh........ 2009........611 6. Betsy Doyle........ 1979........605 7. Sue Gray............ 1982........583 8. Betsy Doyle........ 1980........531 9. Betsy Doyle........ 1981........529 Liz Jordan.......... 2003........529 11. Cindy Barbosa... 1984........542 12. Maureen Breslin.. 1998........500 13. Danielle Ward..... 1992........474 14. Maureen Breslin.. 1995........471 Liz Jordan.......... 2005........471

Saves Per Game Name................. Year.. Sv/Gm 1. Maria Keesling... 1989.....19.75 2. Cindy Barbosa... 1985.....18.11 3. Cindy Barbosa... 1984.....16.48 4. Cindy Barbosa... 1986.....14.06 5. Danielle Ward..... 1990.....13.82 6. Maria Keesling... 1988.....13.60 7. Betsy Doyle........ 1981.....11.28 8. Liz Jordan.......... 2005.....10.56 9. Danielle Ward..... 1992.....10.00 10. Cindy Barbosa... 1983.......9.54 11. Sonja Wettergreen... 2000.......9.33 12. Betsy Doyle........ 1979.......9.26 13. Maria Keesling... 1987.......9.22 Maureen Breslin... 1997.......9.22 15. Allyson Toombs... 1993.......9.00

Miscellaneous

Consecutive Games Scoring 15......Karin Wegener..........1976 Career Goals Against Average 1.35...Danielle Ward..... 1989-92 Season Goals Against Average 1.02...Danielle Ward...........1991 Season Save Percentage .927...Maria Keesling..........1989 Current athletes in bold italics.

Team Records Season: Most Games:.....................21 (1984, 99) Most Wins:.........................14 (1999) Consecutive Wins:............7 (1982) Most Losses:.....................14 (1985) Consecutive Losses:........12 (1985) Fewest Wins:.....................3 (1974) Most Shutouts:..................7 (1991) Consecutive Shutouts:.....5 (1984) Most Goals:.......................51 (2008) Fewest Goals:...................18 (1992) Most Goals Against:.........59 (1996) Fewest Goals Against:.....7 (1973) Most Goals/Game:............4.2 (1976, 77) Fewest Goals/Game:.........88 (1973) Most Assists:....................58 (2008) Most Points:......................160 (2008) GAME: Most Points:......................31 vs. Mansfield (9/21/77) Most Goals:.......................11 vs. Mansfield (9/21/77) Most Assists:....................9 vs. Mansfield (9/21/77) Most Goals Against:.........11 vs. Maryland (9/8/96) Most Shots:.......................55 vs. Towson (9/30/93) MISCELLANEOUS: Consecutive Games, Scoring:....... 33 (1975-78)


Year-by-Year Records Year Won Lost 1973 6 2 1974 3 4 1975 8 2 1976 8 1 1977 8 2 1978 5 5 1979 11 7 1980 8 7 1981 7 7 1982 10 7 1983 7 10 1984 11 10 1985 4 14 1986 6 9 1987 7 9 1988 7 11 1989 7 11 1990 4 12 1991 9 9 1992 8 9 1993 6 12 1994 6 11 1995 8 9 1996 7 11 1997 8 11 1998 9 9 1999 14 7 2000 9 11 2001 8 9 2002 7 12 2003 9 8 2004 6 13 2005 8 10 2006 7 10 2007 8 9 2008 11 8 2009 12 7 2010 7 12 Totals 294 327

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All-Time Series Records

Head Coach Bobbi Testa Bobbi Testa Bobbi Testa Bobbi Testa Bobbi Testa Rose Ewan Sally Starr Sally Starr Martha Ludwig Martha Ludwig Martha Ludwig Martha Ludwig Martha Ludwig Martha Ludwig Cheryl Stockman Cheryl Stockman Jennifer Averill Jennifer Averill Jennifer Averill Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Heather Lewis Jeremy Cook Jeremy Cook Jeremy Cook

Opponent...............................Won Lost Tied Albany......................................... 0 2 0 American.................................... 3 17 0 Ball State..................................... 1 0 0 Bemidji......................................... 0 1 0 Berkeley...................................... 0 1 0 Bloomsburg................................. 5 8 2 Boise........................................... 1 0 0 Boston University...................... 0 0 0 Brown.......................................... 0 1 0 Central Michigan........................ 0 1 0 Centre County Club..................... 7 0 0 Colgate..................................... 24 10 3 Columbia..................................... 6 3 0 Cornell...................................... 14 9 1 Connecticut................................. 0 1 0 C.W. Post.................................... 3 1 0 Dartmouth.................................... 0 2 0 Davidson..................................... 0 1 0 Davis & Elkins............................. 2 0 0 Delaware..................................... 2 9 2 Drexel.......................................... 9 14 1 Elizabethtown.............................. 2 1 2 Fairfield........................................ 7 5 0 Franklin & Marshall...................... 3 0 0 Georgetown............................... 15 6 0 Gettysburg................................... 2 2 1 Harvard........................................ 1 0 0 Hofstra......................................... 8 8 2 Holy Cross................................. 8 19 0 Indiana . ...................................... 1 2 0 Indiana (Pa.)................................ 4 0 2 Ithaca........................................... 0 8 1 James Madison........................... 0 1 0 Juniata......................................... 4 0 0 Kent State.................................... 1 2 1 Lafayette....................................11 31 2 La Salle..................................... 18 11 0 Lehigh....................................... 15 21 1 Lock Haven................................ 4 24 1 Longwood.................................... 2 0 0 Louisville...................................... 1 0 1 Maine........................................... 1 2 0 Mansfield..................................... 2 0 0 Maryland...................................... 0 6 0

Opponent...............................Won Lost Tied Maryland Baltimore County......... 2 0 0 Massachusetts............................ 0 1 0 Messiah....................................... 2 1 0 Michigan..................................... 0 0 0 Michigan State............................. 0 2 0 Monmouth................................... 6 2 0 New Hampshire........................... 0 2 0 Northeastern................................ 1 0 0 Northwestern............................... 0 1 0 Pacific.......................................... 1 0 0 Pennsylvania............................... 0 2 0 Penn State.................................. 0 27 0 Princeton.................................... 0 2 0 Pittsburgh.................................... 6 0 0 Quinnipiac................................... 1 1 0 Rhode Island............................... 0 1 0 Richmond.................................... 1 0 0 Rider........................................... 8 4 0 Robert Morris............................... 1 0 0 Rutgers....................................... 0 3 0 Sacred Heart............................... 1 1 0 Siena......................................... 13 0 0 S.W. Missouri State..................... 2 0 0 Springfield................................... 0 1 0 St. Bonaventure........................... 1 0 0 Saint Francis (Pa.)....................... 8 0 0 Saint Joseph’s............................. 1 1 0 St. Louis...................................... 1 1 0 Stanford....................................... 0 1 1 Susquehanna............................ 10 1 0 Syracuse.................................... 1 5 0 Temple........................................ 1 1 0 Towson ................................... 18 10 0 Ursinus........................................ 7 4 0 Vermont....................................... 1 2 0 Villanova..................................... 2 7 0 Virginia......................................... 0 1 0 Virginia Commonwealth............... 1 1 0 Wake Forest................................ 0 2 0 West Chester............................... 2 6 0 Wilkes.......................................... 8 0 3 Yale.............................................. 0 2 0 TOTALS (.475)........................ 294 327 27 2011 Opponents in Bold

Bucknell Athletics Hall of Fame The following former field hockey players have been inducted in Bucknell’s Athletics Hall of Fame:

Susanne Gray Behringer (’84): A captain of both the field hockey and lacrosse teams, Susanne entered Hall of Fame with the Class of 1996.

Barbara Castens-Seidell (’79): A co-captain in field hockey and one of the first two women elected to the Hall of Fame. Castens-Seidell played goalkeeper for the Bison. Entered Hall of Fame with the Class of 1985.

Dianne Czarnecki (’87): A three-time All EastCoast Conference field hockey player and 1986 Regional All-American, Dianne entered Hall of Fame with the Class of 1999.

Karin Wegener Knisely (’79): One of the first two women elected to the Hall of Fame, Karin was Bucknell’s first three-sport captain. She entered Hall of Fame with the Class of 1985. Marjorie A. Deck (’73): A co-captain of the field hockey team, Marjorie entered Hall of Fame with the Class of 1989. Jill Henry-Feeney (’81): A three-sport captain and twice named to the Academic All-America College Division Team in basketball, Jill entered Hall of Fame with the Class of 1993. Kathy Kline Grove (’80): A four-year starter in field hockey, Kathy was a nominee for the Honda Broderick Award. She ranks second in career goals for Bucknell with 48 and entered Hall of Fame with the Class of 1994.

Pam Heller Shassian (’78): A three-sport standout in field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse, Pam was a pioneer for the women’s lacrosse program, serving as co-captain her senior year. She was second team All-Mideast in field hockey and entered Hall of Fame with the Class of 2000. Margaret Philleo Ricci (’79): A standout in field hockey, basketball and lacrosse, Margaret was inducted with the Class of 2002. She played on the Mideast Regional hockey team and in the U.S. National tournament. She was a three-time Susquehanna All-Star. Tricia Way (’94): Tricia became the first woman athlete in Bucknell history to earn all-conference honors five times. She was a three-time All-Patriot League selection in women’s lacrosse and a twotime honoree in field hockey. She co-captained the 1993 field hockey team and was a two-year

captain in lacrosse. Tricia was the Patriot League Scholar-Athlete once for field hockey and twice for lacrosse and entered the Hall of Fame with the Class of 2006. Dorothy “Bugs” Harvey Lloyd (’53): Dorothy, better known as “Bugs,” was a four-year starter for the field hockey club, leading it to great success in Bucknell Intercollegiate Play Day tournaments. She was a member of the Women’s Athletic Association board and served as the organization’s president during her senior year. Widely considered the best athlete on the team, she was also known as an unselfish player who helped make her teammates better. She was named to the MidEast Conference all-star team and was a finalist for the national team. Dorothy entered the Hall of Fame with the Class of 2007. Almira Baldwin Arnold (’94): Part of Bucknell’s 2008 Hall of Fame Class, Almira earned all-conference honors for four straight seasons, only the second Bison female athlete to accomplish the feat. She was one of two Bison named to the Patriot Legue All-Decade Team for field hockey and was a Second Team Mid-East Regional AllAmerican in 1992 and 1993. She graduated with the program record for assists.

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The Bucknell University Department of Athletics and Recreation prides itself on setting the standard of excellence when it comes to success both on the playing fields and in the classroom. With 17 Patriot League Presidents’ Cups in 21 years, national leadership in graduation rates, 120 Academic All-Americans since 1970 and 122 Patriot League Scholar-Athletes in 21 years, Bucknell is clearly at the head of the class in terms of upholding the scholarathlete model. The 2003 addition of the Kenneth G. Langone Athletics and Recreation Center, one of the finest collegiate athletics and recreation venues of its kind, ensures the continuation of that success. The facility enhances each of Bucknell’s 27 varsity programs and greatly expands the scope of its growing intramural and recreational sports offerings. A visually appealing structure located along Moore Avenue on the “downhill” side of campus, the Langone Athletics and Recreation Center was designed to reach out to all members

of the campus community, including the student body, varsity student-athletes, faculty, staff and alumni. Three primary venues lie within the facility: the Arthur D. Kinney Jr. Natatorium, the 4,000-seat Gary A. Sojka Pavilion and the Krebs Family Fitness Center. Other features include a new location for the Bucknell Athletics Hall of Fame, a display of Bucknell’s Congressional Medal of Honor recipients, a sports medicine and athletic training suite, classrooms, modern offices for coaches and staff and increased locker room space for varsity and recreational athletes. The facility is named in honor of Ken Langone, a 1957 Bucknell graduate who, along with his wife Elaine, pledged $11 million toward the center’s construction. Langone was a member of the university Board of Trustees from 1980 to 1996. One of the special qualities of the Langone Athletics and Recreation Center is the manner in which it supplements the pre-existing facilities. The new construction surrounds Gerhard Fieldhouse and historic Davis Gymnasium, which has been restored as a competition venue for the Bison volleyball and wrestling teams, as well as intramural, recreation and other varsity practice activities. As Bucknell continues to strive toward its mission of setting the standard of excellence in college athletics, the Langone Athletics and Recreation Center is the centerpiece in an already impressive cache of athletics facilities that includes the 13,100-seat Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium and its FieldTurf and 8-lane track surface; the scenic Bucknell Golf Club; Depew Field, the home of the Bison baseball team; and the spacious West Fields Complex, which encompasses Depew Field (baseball), Becker Field (softball) and the adjoining Graham Field (Astroturf for field hockey and women’s lacrosse) and Emmitt Field (natural grass for soccer) at Holmes Stadium that now features a new stadium/press box facility.

Life After Bucknell

Graduates of Bucknell University have the highest earning potential in the nation, a new research survey revealed in July 2008. The 2008 Education and Salary Report, prepared and released by Seattlebased PayScale Inc., named Bucknell graduates No. 1 among graduates of top U.S. liberal arts colleges by salary potential. The top liberal arts college category showed that the starting median salary for Bucknell graduates was $54,100, while the mid-career median salary was $110,000. Bucknell was followed by Colgate University at $52,800 and $108,000 and Amherst at $54,500 and $107,000, respectively. The salary report, the fi rst issued by the company, also ranked Bucknell 13th among all Northeastern colleges and universities for salary potential. Dartmouth College, Princeton University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Yale University, and Harvard University were Nos. 1-5, respectively. Except for Cooper Union (No. 9), Bucknell was the only predominantly undergraduate institution in the top 14 in this category. National Reputation A number of recent reports have served to underscore Bucknell’s national reputation: • In 2007, The Washington Monthly ranked Bucknell No. 7 among the best liberal arts colleges in the country when it comes to fostering research and promoting an ethic of service and social mobility. • In 2008, the Peace Corps listed Bucknell at No. 6 on its top 25 list of small colleges and universities producing Peace Corps Volunteers. • In 2008, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine rated Bucknell as the 11th best value in private liberal arts colleges.

Graham Field at Holmes Stadium

Sarah Ebright ’10

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About Bucknell Bucknell University is one of the top liberal arts colleges in the nation. Our academic programs encompass: • The traditional liberal arts disciplines—arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences. • Professional programs in accounting, management, education, engineering, and music. • Preprofessional programs in law and medicine. With more than 3,500 undergraduates and nearly 150 graduate students, we combine the personal attention of a small college with the resources of a large university. The Campus: Beautiful and centrally located • More than 100 facilities for learning, living, and recreation. • Recent additions: music building, residence hall, geology/psychology building, engineering building, and athletics center. The new West Fields complex is home to field hockey, women’s lacrosse, and men’s and women’s soccer. • Approximately three hours from Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. Academics: Broad opportunities to learn • More than 50 majors leading to bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, bachelor of engineering, bachelor of science in education, bachelor of science in business administration, or bachelor of music. • Arts & Sciences Departments and Programs: Animal Behavior, Art and Art History, Biology, Cell Biology/Biochemistry, Chemistry, Classics, Comparative Computer Science, East Asian Studies, Economics, Education, English, Environmental Geology, Environmental Studies, French, Geography, Geology, German, History, Humanities, International Relations, Latin American Studies, Management, Mathematics, Music, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Physics and Astronomy, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Russian, Sociology and Anthropology, Spanish, Theatre and Dance, Women’s and Gender Studies. • Engineering Departments: Biomedical, Chemical, Civil and Environmental, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. The Faculty: Focused on the students • More than 330 full-time faculty • More than 95% of faculty members hold doctoral degrees. • Undergraduate learning is highest priority. • Faculty members are active scholars who conduct research, produce creative works, and publish their findings, often in collaboration with students. Undergraduate Research: Hands-on learning • Students conduct research in the lab and off campus in conjunction with faculty mentors. • High degree of independence. • Great preparation for graduate school and career. Campus Life: Never a dull moment • Learning outside of class: academically oriented student organizations, guest lecturers, campus publications, concerts, art exhibitions, theatre, trips off campus, and more. • More than 150 student-run organizations to suit nearly every interest, from a capella singing to Zen Buddhist meditation. • Volunteer and service projects on- and off-campus, including abroad • 13 fraternities and 8 sororities. • Diverse religious life programs.

• Athletics: varsity intercollegiate program, club sports for both men and women, and intramural programs. Residential Colleges: Housing options with an academic twist • Seven themed programs open to first-year students: arts, environment, global, humanities, language and culture, social justice, and society and technology. • Students take a course together, live together, and participate in outof-class activities such as informal discussions, guest lectures, and offcampus trips. Career Services: Preparation for the future • Full-or part-time internships at companies, non-profits, or governmental agencies. • Resume writing and interviewing guidance. • Two-day job shadowing externships. • On-campus employment expos and off-campus networking nights. Visit Campus: See Bucknell for yourself • Tours are offered five times daily on weekdays and three times on Saturdays. • No appointment is necessary for tours; other options may require reservations. • Please go to www.bucknell.edu/ admissions/calendar or call (570) 577-1101 for more information about visit options. • See award-winning virtual tour at http://community.bucknell.edu.

The Plan for Bucknell

Bucknell is a unique national university where liberal arts and professional programs complement each other, where 3,350 full-time students are educated for a lifetime of critical thinking and strong leadership. For 160 years, the University has remained true to its fundamental purpose: to educate and prepare students for lives that make a difference and have a positive impact on the world. In keeping with that purpose, the University has developed The Plan for Bucknell, which includes its collective vision — “To provide students with the premier undergraduate experience in American higher education.” The Plan comprises five strategies. Strengthen the Academic Core aims to ensure that a Bucknell education is challenging and engaging, with openness to new ideas and a culture of innovation; Deepen the Residential Learning Experience will provide a residential learning and living experience that complements the academic program, integrates the athletics and recreation program and promotes personal growth and development and civic and ethical responsibility; Enhance Diversity is a commitment to diversity in all its forms within a civil and supportive environment of open exchange to prepare Bucknell graduates to live and work in a globally integrated and intercultural world; Build Bridges will bring the world to Bucknell — through visiting scholars and sports teams, international students and alumni, guest speakers, international focus semesters, and electronic communications — and bring Bucknell to the world through strategic partnerships and community engagement activities as well as opportunities for off-campus study and faculty research; Secure Our Financial Future will secure resources necessary to engage new opportunities, lessen dependence on tuition, and ensure our financial future. The Plan for Bucknell was unanimously approved by the Board of Trustees on April 29, 2006, having previously been approved by the students and faculty. We have begun implementing it and are determined to make it a reality over the next decade. To read the complete version of The Plan for Bucknell or to request a published version, see http://www. bucknell.edu/ThePlanforBucknell.

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2011 Bucknell Field Hockey Media Guide  

2011 Bucknell Field Hockey Media Guide

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