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Hamilton Square, N.J./The Peddie School
Loveland, Ohio/Cincinnati Country Day
Westlake Village, Calif./La Reina
Brick, N.J./Brick Township
Coto de Caza, Calif./Santa Margarita
Fairfax Station, Va./South County
New City, N.Y./Clarkstown North
Carmichael, Calif./St. Francis
West Windsor, N.J./West Windsor Plainsboro South
Branchburg, N.J./Mount St. Mary Academy
Reisterstown, Md./McDonogh School
Rhinebeck, N.Y./Red Hook
Laguna Beach, Calif./Laguna Beach
Cutchogue, N.Y./Mattituck Glencoe, Ill./New Trier
Endwell, N.Y./Union Endicott Verona, N.J./Verona Phoenix, Ariz./Horizon Community Learning Center
Head Coach: Ben Landis (Bucknell ’96), 7th season Assistant Coaches: Stephanie Anderson (Nebraska Wesleyan (‘07), Amanda Webb (Dartmouth ‘08) Captains: Casey Crowley, Tara Cort
QUICK FACTS University Information Location: Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, 17837 Founded: 1846 as the University at Lewisburg Enrollment: 3,583 Nickname: Bison Colors: Orange and Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I, ECAC Conference: Patriot League (American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy) President: John C. Bravman Director of Athletics: John P. Hardt
Women’s Soccer Information Head Coach: Ben Landis Alma Mater: Bucknell ’96 Record at Bucknell: 62-49-7 (six seasons) Career Record: 78-61-11 (eight seasons) Assistant Coaches: Stephanie Anderson (Nebraska Wesleyan ‘07) Amanda Webb (Dartmouth ‘08) 2010 Record: 7-13-0 (5-2-0 PL) 2011 Captains: Casey Crowley, Tara Cort Letterwinners (Starters) Returning/Lost: 18/8 (5/6) Home Field: Emmitt Field at Holmes Stadium Surface (Capacity): Grass (1,250) Press Box Phone: 570-577-2318 Women’s Soccer Phone: 570-577-1772 Email: email@example.com Webpage: www.BucknellBison.com Women’s Soccer FAX Phone: 570-577-7698 Women’s Soccer Address: Ben Landis Women’s Soccer Coach Bucknell University Lewisburg, PA 17837
Athletic Communications Women’s Soccer Contact: Jon Terry Phone: 570-577-3121 Fax: 570-577-1660 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org This guide was written, designed and edited by the Bucknell Athletic Communications office. Photography by Marc Hagemeier, Laurie Jackson, Blaine Stiger, Stafford Smith.
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What it means to
BE A BISON “To me, what it means to be a Bison is giving your heart, mind and body to a school that you are proud of, with friends who are like family. It is desire and love for not only your game, but your team, and your school.” — Chelsea Brinkman ‘10
Tara Cort was 1 of 5 Bison to earn a
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 well-rounded 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.
perfect 4.0 GPA during the 2010 fall semester.
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2010-11 Academic All-District JOYCE NOVACEK
2010-11 Academic All-District DREW CONSTABLE
2010-11 Academic All-District NSCAA Scholar All-American PL Offensive Player of Year CHRISTA MATLACK
2010-11 All-American (javelin) 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.
2010-11 Academic All-District RACHAEL RODRIGUEZ
2010-11 Academic All-American PL Scholar-Athlete of Year NFF National Scholar-Athlete TRAVIS NISSLEY
2010-11 Academic All-American PL Scholar-Athlete of Year ALYSSA DeLORENZ
2x All-American KEVIN LeVALLEY
2010-11 Academic All-District JILLIAN O’MARA
2010-11 PL Scholar-Athlete of Year CHRISTIAN TREAT
2010-11 Academic All-District CHRISTINE WEISS
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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 PL Player of Year All-American MIKE MUSCALA
2010-11 All-American CHARLIE STREEP
2010-11 Academic All-District AMANDA CITRON
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 student-athletes 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 student-athlete 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.
2010 & 2011 Big South Scholar-Athlete MINJOO LEE
2010-11 Academic All-District TRAVIS RAND
2010-11 Academic All-District CAROLINE TOLLI
3x All-American RICHIE HYDEN
2010-11 Academic All-District SARAH MONIZ
2010-11 Academic All-District NCAA Qualifier JAY HAHN
4x All-Patriot League BU All-Time Wins Leader LAUREN LUCIDO
This is 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 Holmes Stadium complex at West Fields 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 LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
More than 50 majors leading to bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, bachelor of science in 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 Humanities, Computer Science, East Asian Studies, Economics, Education, English, Environmental Geology, Environmental Studies, French, Geography, Geology, German, History, 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, Mechanical.
THE FACULTY: FOCUSED ON 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.
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 6 sororities. Diverse religious life programs. Athletics: Division I 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 out-of-class activities such as informal discussions, guest lectures and off-campus 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. To take Bucknell’s award-winning virtual tour, visit http://community.bucknell.edu/.
2011 BUCKNELL SOCCER Emmitt Field at Holmes Stadium: The home of Bison soccer.
Bucknell Athletics Facilities THE KENNETH LANGONE ATHLETICS and RECREATION CENTER 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 in 41 years and 121 Patriot League Scholar-Athletes in 21 years, Bucknell is clearly at the head of the class in terms of upholding the scholar-athlete model. The 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 brand new display highlighting Bucknell’s all-time Academic All-Americans, 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 construction surrounds Gerhard Fieldhouse and historic Davis Gymnasium, which has been restored as a competition venue for the Bison wrestling and volleyball 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 becomes 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 and brand new indoor instructional golf center; the newly refurbished Depew Field (baseball) and Becker Field (softball); and Emmitt Field and Graham Field at Holmes Stadium, the new portion of the West Fields project that includes covered grandstand seats, ticket and concession areas, team rooms, a training room and a press box area for soccer, field hockey and women’s lacrosse.
OTHER ATHLETICS VENUES
1. Sojka Pavilion (M/W basketball); 2. Kinney Natatorium (M/W swimming & diving, M/W water polo); 3. Davis Gym (volleyball, wrestling); 4. Gerhard Fieldhouse (M/W indoor track & field); 5. Graham Field at Holmes Stadium (field hockey, W lacrosse); 6. Emmitt Field at Holmes Stadium (M/W soccer); 7. Fieldhouse Courts (M/W Tennis); 8. Becker Field (softball); 9. Depew Field (baseball); 10. Bison River Complex (rowing); 11. Bucknell Golf Club; 12. Krebs Fitness Center.
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Head Coach Bucknell ’96 • Seventh Season LANDIS’ COACHING RECORD • Overall: 78-61-11 (.557) • At Bucknell: 62-49-5 (.556)
Since Ben Landis took over as head coach of the Bucknell women’s soccer program in 2005, the Bison have enjoyed the most successful six-year span in program history, capturing a Patriot League tournament title in 2005 followed by back-to-back regular-season crowns in 2006 and 2007 and runnerup finishes in 2008, 2009 and 2010. With a record of 62-49-5 at the helm of the Orange and Blue (30-11-1 in Patriot League play), Landis helped the Bison surpass the 10-win plateau in each of his first five seasons, marking the first time in program history the squad posted double-digit wins in at least three consecutive seasons. The Bison have also qualified for the Patriot League Tournament in each of his six seasons, and Landis enters the 2011 season tied with Chrissy Findlay for the most coaching wins in program history. In his first season back at his alma mater in 2005, Landis guided Bucknell to its second Patriot League championship, one of many successes the Bison achieved under his direction that season. The squad more than doubled scoring production from the year before, and went on to face Penn State in the NCAA Tournament. In 2006, the Bison reached new heights, tying school records for wins, both overall (12) and in league play (6), and breaking the team’s previous marks for best goals-against average (0.99), winning percentage (.735) and winning and unbeaten streaks after posting seven consecutive victories. The Bison also earned their first Mid-Atlantic regional rankings from both SoccerBuzz and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and posted its first win over a nationally ranked opponent, handing No. 14 Navy, which held a 19-0-0 record at the time, a 2-1 loss in the final game of the regular season to clinch a share of the Patriot League regular season title and earn the right to play host to the league tournament as the No. 1 seed. In 2007, Landis coached Bucknell to a 5-1-1 league mark, earning the squad the right to host the Patriot League Tournament as the regular season champion. The Bison, who finished as the tournament-runners up, posted an 11-8-1 overall mark, including a convincing 4-1 win over traditional Ivy League power Princeton. In 2008, Bucknell won 11 more matches and went 5-2 in league play. Landis’ squad broke the school record with eight shutouts and posted a big 3-2 road win over Maryland. He also coached Jennifer Dervarics to her second straight Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year honor. In 2009, Landis’ squad went 10-8-1 overall and 5-2 in the league, and for the first time in program history the team earned a point against Penn State with a 0-0 draw in front of a large home crowd. Christa Matlack was named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year. Injuries played a major role in ending Bucknell’s run of winning seasons in 2010, but the Bison again posted a 5-2 Patriot League record and qual-
ified for the postseason. And for the fifth year in a row Landis coached a major award winner, as Matlack repeated as the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year and an NSCAA Scholar All-American. The third head coach in the 18-year history of the women’s soccer program, Landis, a 1996 graduate of Bucknell started his coaching career at Bucknell as a student assistant coach under Toby Lovecchio in 1994 and 1995. He Since Ben Landis became the continued as an assistant the following head coach of the Bison in fall after graduating with a bachelor of 2005, the following milescience degree in mathematics with a stones have been achieved: minor in education. The Breinigsville, Pa., native re- • One Patriot League tournament championship and NCAA berth turned to his alma mater after two sea(2005) sons as the head women’s soccer coach at Dartmouth. Landis led the Big Green • Two Patriot League regular season titles (2006 and 2007) to a 16-12-6 record. In 2003, Dartmouth won the Ivy League with a 9-6-2 record • Matched program record for wins (12 in 2006). and earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament. It finished the season ranked third • Equaled program record for Patriot League victories (6 in 2006). in the Northeast Region by the NSCAA. Prior to taking over as head coach, Lan- • Broke program mark for shutouts (8 in 2008). dis was an assistant at Dartmouth for three seasons. The Big Green qualified • Best winning percentage in program history (.694 in 2006). for the NCAA Tournament each year and finished the 2001 campaign ranked • Team goals-against average record broken (0.99 in 2006). 13th in the country. They also finished 16th nationally in 2000 and advanced • Broke school records for winning (5) and unbeaten (6) streaks with seven to the third round of the NCAA Tournastraight victories in 2006. ment in both 2000 and 2001. Before his five-year stint at Dart- • First three consecutive above-.500 seasons since 1994-96 (2005-09). mouth, and after leaving Bucknell, Landis served as an assistant coach at • First three consecutive seasons with 10 wins or more (2005-09). Lehigh for three seasons while obtaining his master’s degree in business ad- • First SoccerBuzz and NSCAA MidAtlantic regional rankings (2006, ministration. 2007). In addition to his duties as frontman for the Bucknell women’s soccer • 27 All-Patriot League accolades, eight all-region selections, one Patriot team, Landis currently serves as camp League Tournament MVP, four Patriot director for the Bison Soccer Camp for League Offensive Players of the Year Girls. A member of the NSCAA since and one Patriot League Defensive 1996, Landis worked as a marketing inPlayer of the Year. tern with the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer in 1997. Landis lives in Lewisburg with his wife, Lisa, and their twin eight-year-old daughters, Isabella and Gabriella.
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Assistant Coach Nebraska Wesleyan ’07 • First Season
Assistant Coach Dartmouth ’08 • First Season
Stephanie Anderson, a former star forward at Nebraska Wesleyan and most recently a graduate assistant coach at Drury, joined Ben Landis’ staff at Bucknell in February 2011. Anderson completed a master’s degree in organizational leadership and change at Drury, located in Springfield, Mo., where she has been part of the women’s soccer staff for the last two seasons. During her playing career at Nebraska Wesleyan, Anderson played in all 73 games in four seasons, starting all but four. She helped her team achieve an overall record of 50-18-5 (.719) as a player, including back-to-back Great Plains Athletic Conference regular season titles in 2005 and 2006. NWU put together a 26-matches home winning streak (23-0-3), which was the second longest active streak in Division III women’s soccer. Anderson ranked ninth all-time in career goals with 32, was a three-time all-conference selection and earned four letters for the Prairie Wolves. As a sophomore she was named offensive MVP and received the honor again as a senior, when she was also named team MVP.
Amanda Webb joined the Bison women’s soccer coaching staff in the summer of 2011. A 2008 graduate of Dartmouth College and a three-year starting goalkeeper for the Big Green, Webb comes to Bucknell from Brandeis University, where last fall she served as an assistant coach for a team that advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament. As a student-athlete at Dartmouth, Webb helped the Big Green achieve a top-20 national ranking while setting the program record for lowest goalsagainst average. Dartmouth earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament in her
ATHLETICS 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 student-athletes 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 department is proud that so many of today’s exemplary Bison scholarathletes will be tomorrow’s outstanding leaders.
sophomore year in 2005. After graduation, Webb interned in the Student Life Department at The American Farm School in Thessaloniki, Greece. In addition to educating high school and college-aged students about American culture, she was the head coach of the school’s men’s college soccer team and assisted with the boys’ and girls’ high school teams. After one acadmic year in Greece, Webb served as the goalkeeping coach at Division I Northeastern University while completing her master’s degree in education at Boston University. In 2009 Northeastern earned the CAA regular-season title and hosted the CAA Championship, and Webb helped goalkeeper Stephanie Gordon earn second-team all-conference honors. Last year Webb moved on to Brandeis, where she was the only assistant coach on one of the most successful teams in program history. The Judges finished with a 15-5-1 record and won an NCAA Tournament game for the first time.
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Casey Crowley The Bucknell women’s soccer program has been a model of stability since Ben Landis took over as head coach in 2005. Since then the Bison have won 10 or more games and finished with winning records in five of six seasons, they have qualified for the four-team Patriot League Tournament every year and posted toptwo regular-season finishes in each of the last five years. Landis once again has high hopes in 2011, even though for the first time in several years he enters the season with some uncertainty personnel-wise after graduating six starters and seven key players. Bucknell was hit hardest by graduation in the offensive half of the field, where striker Christa Matlack, the two-time Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year, along with three-time all-league attacking midfielder Kelliann Doherty and three-time all-conference midfielder Caitlin Holtz have all received their diplomas. Those were Bucknell’s top three scorers in 2010, and that trio combined for 56 goals, 41 assists and 153 points in their careers. Factor in the loss of another playmaker in outside midfielder Brooke Stokes, and there are plenty of opportunities for younger players to step into prominent roles this fall. Defensively, Bucknell must replace four-year starting center backs Kelsey Johnson and Amanda Citron, as well as part-time starting back Julianne Harris. Injuries to Johnson and Citron last year opened the door for some younger players to get some game experience, and they will be counted on to close the door in front of veteran goalkeepers Sandita McDermott and Colleen Garrehy. “Yes, we lost a great class that will always have a special place in my heart, but that is done and we can only look forward,” says Landis. “The word ‘rebuilding’ is not in our vocabulary. We have six starting spots to fill, but the talent is there to do it. This is a very coachable group that is young and eager, and we have five seniors who are extremely motivated to go out on top. Our goals remain the same as every year: to qualify for the Patriot League Tournament, find a way to get into the final, and then play our best 90 minutes or more in the final in order to lift a trophy at the end.” Serving as captains in 2011 are senior Casey Crowley, a four-year starting outside back, and senior center midfielder Tara Cort, who made an immediate impact last season after transferring in from Clemson. Both are expected to be key figures again this season. “I am really excited about our leadership,” says Landis. “We have the right two captains, and really the
entire senior class has been great. Casey has seen it all during her time at Bucknell, and she is just a great competitor. Coming in as a transfer, Tara brought a very interesting perspective to the team. She was so steady last year and was close to scoring a lot of goals.” Sadie Canter, Megan DeGennaro and Garrehy round out the senior class. An outstanding attacking player, DeGennaro has four career goals and has the potential for more. Canter, a vocal leader in the back or midfield, has made a welcome return to the squad after missing all of last season with an injury, while Garrehy is once again locked up in a preseason battle with McDermott for the starting spot in goal. “Megan and Sadie both studied abroad last spring, and it is great to have them back,” Landis says. “Megan’s best game last season came against Lehigh in the Patriot League Tournament, and I think that is still fresh in her mind. We are counting on her to produce goals. And we are so excited to have Sadie back out there. She has made an immediate impact from a leadership standpoint, and she is a very tough player. “Colleen is competing for the starting position after a terrific spring. Depth in the goal is definitely one of our strengths. We have two keepers who can play at this level, and you may see us use both of them unless one really rises above.” After sharing time early in 2010, it was McDermott who grabbed the goaltending reins a few weeks into the season. She ended up starting 17 matches while seeing reserve time in two others. McDermott made 104 saves while allowing 29 goals and posted three shutouts. Garrehy collected 18 saves while conceding six goals in five appearances, three of which were starts. She also had a clean sheet against Ohio early in the season. Bucknell employs four in the back line, where Crowley and junior Corinne Collins are both returning starters, and Canter brings yet another veteran presence after returning from injury. Collins played a bit out of position at outside back last season, and now she moves inside where she can better utilize her height and athleticism. Junior Meghan Fitzpatrick and sophomore Bridget Gilmartin both pack tremendous potential, but neither has played in a varsity game yet due to injury. If healthy, both could be major contributors. Landis says Gilmartin was perhaps the team’s best player in the spring, and he feels that when healthy Fitzpatrick is one of the best players he’s recruited at Bucknell. Landis is also high on a pair of freshman defenders in Hannah Bonotto and Courtney Nelson, who hail from California and Arizona, respectively. Bonotto came in with a reputation as a terrific communicator and organizer who deals well with pressure. Just a few days into preseason training Nelson already appeared to be a difference-maker, showing skill with both feet and the physical toughness to win 50-50 balls in dangerous spots. In the middle of the field Cort figures to play a prominent role again this fall, and combined with junior Taryn Boucher the Bison have good size and strength at center mid. Junior Jenna Tryon has contributed playing time at both midfield and back in her career and brings good versatility on the flanks. Junior Emily Trosch and sophomores Liz Dwornik, Corey Tipton and Alex Degarmo also return with game experience. Dwornik played in 17 games and made eight starts as an attacking midfielder and scored her first collegiate goal last season. Four members of the first-year class are all hoping to make early contributions at midfield. At center mid, Evelyn Nicinski has made very positive early impressions. A member of the Polish national team, Nicinski is a tough, athletic player who can cover box-to-box with excellent vision.
Outside, Michaela Berman can play both midfield and defense, and she has a good soccer sense coming out of Eclipse Select, one of the top clubs in the United States. Vix Matthews brings an aggressive attacking attitude to the wings, and Courtney Doud offers great speed to the wide midfield position. Up front, replacing a two-time conference player of the year and continuous scoring threat like Matlack will not be easy, but Landis feels that junior Kayla Yee, when healthy, has the potential to produce significant points. Yee scored in the season opener against St. Bonaventure last season, but then injured her knee against Louisville two games later. She did return for league play at the end of the campaign but was never fully fit. Now she enters 2011 with high hopes. DeGennaro and sophomore Chelsey Garkowski also return with experience at forward, while freshmen Brigit Falcón and Cassie Denger both look good early. Falcón is a target forward who strikes the ball very well, while Denger is the most prolific scorer among the recruits, having piled up more than 40 goals at Nazareth High School in Eastern Pennsylvania. Coming into the season Landis is pleased with his team’s fitness, and he has tweaked the schedule a bit in an attempt to avoid as many early season two-game weeks as the team had last season. After opening with St. Bonaventure at home, the Bison play their next six on the road before closing out September with a threegame homestand. The middle game of that set is a clash with Penn State at Emmitt Field. The last time the Nittany Lions came to Lewisburg, Bucknell gritted out a scoreless tie against the Big Ten powers. Like last season, all of the non-league action will be out of the way by the time Patriot League play starts on Oct. 1 at Colgate. In a bit of a scheduling quirk, the Bison play their first four league games on the road, followed by their final three at home against Lehigh, Lafayette and Navy. After posting a 5-2 record and qualifying as the No. 2 seed, Bucknell dropped a 1-0 decision to Lehigh in the Patriot League semifinals last season. The taste of that setback still lingers with the returning players, and even with the large number of new faces, they clearly have their sights set on bigger and better things in 2011.
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17Cutchogue, N.Y. • Mattituck
8 Orinda, Calif. • Miramonte
Junior • Defender
Junior • Midfielder
Year 2009 2010 Total
GP-GS 2-0 15-4 17-4
G 0 0 0
A 0 0 0
P 0 0 0
2010: Played in 15 games in the midfield, including four starts ... attempted 20 shots, putting seven on goal ... made first career start against Cornell ... also started against Marist, Army and Holy Cross ... 2009: Appeared in two matches as a freshman, coming in wins over Saint Francis (Pa.) and Cornell. High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Mattituck High ... served as team captain her senior year ... had the assist on the game-tying goal in the 2008 Suffolk County Championships, then scored the winning goal in the second overtime period ... all-conference selection as a junior and senior ... helped her team win the 2005 New York Class B championship ... played club soccer for the Commack Blasters and for the Stony Brook Hornets ... latter team captured the bronze medal at the 2006 Como Champions Cup in Italy and Switzerland ... also lettered in basketball, track and field and softball. Personal: Daughter of Tom and Anne Malloy Boucher … born Feb. 27, 1991 in Patchogue, N.Y. ... has three siblings, John, Tom and Caiti ... brother, Tom, plays baseball at Kenyon ... Caiti played tennis at Kenyon ... mother was captain of the swimming team at St. John’s ... major is biology.
Senior • Midfielder/Defender Dresden, Ohio • Tri-Valley Year 2008 2009 2010 Total
GP-GS 12-0 6-1 0-0 18-1
G 0 0 0 0
A 1 0 0 1
P 1 0 0 1
CAREER HONORS • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (’08, ’09, ‘10) 2010: Did not play due to injury ... 2009: Participated in six contests, including her first career start against UMBC ... team was 4-2 in her appearances ... attempted two shots ... 2008: Saw action as a reserve in 12 matches during her rookie year ... collected her first career point against Penn State, assisting on Jennifer Dervarics’ second-half goal. High School: Earned four letters in soccer and three in basketball at Tri-Valley High School … three-time All-Eastern District honoree after helping team to three district championships … was also selected to the All-Muskingum Valley League first team three times … named a NSCAA-Adidas Scholar All-American in 2007 … three-time Academic All-Ohio selection from 2005-07 … served as team captain both in 2006 and 2007 … tabbed Division I Easter District Player of the Year and was named Third Team All-Ohio in 2006 … received an All-SEOGSL honorable mention nod in 2004 … four-year starter and four-year scholar-athlete … played club soccer for WASA Ambassador … helped basketball team capture Muskingum Valley League and Central District Sectional titles in 2007-08 as a team captain and was named to the All-District 12 second team. Personal: Daughter of Hall and Pamela Canter … born Dec. 29, 1989 in Zanesville, Ohio ... has two sisters, Callie and Haylie ... father played baseball at the University of Virginia ... majoring in biology ... earned spot on Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in each of first three seasons ... perfect 4.0 GPA in fall 2010.
Year 2009 2010 Total
GP-GS 1-0 16-13 17-13
G 0 0 0
A 0 0 0
P 0 0 0
CAREER HONORS • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (‘10) 2010: Opening day starter in back four ... played in total of 16 matches with 13 starts ... dealt with some nagging injuries but had a solid season ... started PL Tournament game vs. Lehigh ... 2009: Saw action in one contest during her freshman season (VCU). High School: Came to Bucknell from a strong soccer program at Miramonte High School in Orinda, Calif. ... captained the team as a senior and was named First Team All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League in 2008 ... team captured its third straight DFAL title ... won the 2008 North Coast Section crown ... also the team captain of the Lamorinda Soccer Club, United 90. Personal: Daughter of Tim Collins and Elizabeth Bunker ... born Aug. 24, 1991 in Salem, Mass. ... has two brothers, Tyler and Brett ... father played football at Bucknell from 1981-84 ... older brother, Tyler, played football Brown ... mother is also a Bucknell graduate ... majoring in psychology ... member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
Senior Co-Captain • Midfielder Wellesley, Mass. • Wellesley • Clemson Year 2010 Total
GP-GS 20-20 20-20
G 1 1
A 2 2
P 4 4
CAREER HONORS • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (‘10) • Team Rookie of Year (‘10) 2010: Made an immediate impact at Bucknell, starting all 20 games at a central midfield position in her first season after transferring from Clemson ... finished with a goal and two assists ... pocketed an assist in her first game at Bucknell vs. St. Bonaventure ... scored goahead goal early in second half in Bucknell’s 3-2 Patriot League win over Holy Cross ... also had an assist on the winning goal in the 77th minute in a league victory over Lafayette ... At Clemson: Started all 17 games for the Tigers as a freshman in 2008 and was the team’s third-leading scorer with two goals and three assists ... one of those goals was the game-winner in a 1-0 win over UAB ... in 2009 scored a pair of goals in 14 appearances ... was a Dean’s List and Presidents’ List honoree while majoring in pre-business. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Wellesley High School ... was an Eastern Massachusetts All-Star and First Team Bay State League All-Star in 2007 ... Second Team All-Bay State in 2005 ... team won Division 2 state title in 2004 ... team cocaptain as a senior ... played club soccer for FC Greater Boston Bolts ... team won Massachusetts state championships in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... in 2006 the team won the Region I title and finished third at the national championships. Personal: Daughter of Paul and Katherine Cort … born Dec. 12, 1989 in Boston, Mass. ... has two bothers, Colin and Aidan, and a sister, Cameron ... majoring in economics at Bucknell ... made Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in fall 2010 with a perfect 4.0 GPA.
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Senior Co-Captain • Defender Hamilton Square, N.J. • Peddie School Year 2008 2009 2010 Total
GP-GS 18-6 18-15 20-20 56-41
G 0 0 0 0
A 3 0 2 5
Year 2008 2009 2010 Total
P 3 0 2 5
2010: Started all 20 games at outside back and had an outstanding year ... posted two assists, coming against Duquesne and Iona ... assisted on gamewinning goal in 2-1 win over Iona ... 2009: Played in 18 matches, starting 15 at outside back ... steady performer who helped contribute to five shutouts ... 2008: Earned the most game action of any Bison newcomer, playing in 18 of 20 matches with six starts ... earned team’s Rookie of the Year award ... played at both back and outside midfield ... tallied three assists on the year, coming against Rutgers, Mount St. Mary’s and Lafayette. High School: Earned four letters in soccer and three in softball at The Peddie School … was an all-prep first team selection in 2006 and 2007 … named to the all-state second team in both 2006 and 2007 as well … served as team captain in 2007 and received the Coach’s Award … played club soccer for the Hibernian Heat. Personal: Daughter of Robert and Terri Crowley ... born Feb. 1, 1990 in Staten Island, N.Y. ... has two siblings, Kelly and Robert ... chemical engineering major ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in each of first three seasons.
Sophomore • Midfielder/Defender Laguna Beach, Calif. • Laguna Beach
GP-GS 12-1 12-1
G 0 0
A 0 0
GP-GS 12-0 17-5 19-16 48-21
G 1 2 1 4
A 0 1 0 1
P 2 5 2 9
• Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (’08, ‘09, ‘10) • Susquehanna Valley Limo Bison Athlete of the Week (‘10) • Gamecock Courtyard Cup AllTournament Team (‘10)
• Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (’08, ‘09, ‘10) • Team Rookie of the Year (’08)
Year 2010 Total
Senior • Forward Westlake Village, Calif. • La Reina
P 0 0
2010: Played in career-high 19 contests, 16 as a starter ... lone goal was a big one, a 73rd-minute game-winner in 1-0 verdict vs. Ohio ... fourth on team with 27 shot attempts ... named Susquehanna Valley Limo Bison Athlete of the Week after that game and also earned a spot on the Gamecock Courtyard Cup All-Tournament Team ... 2009: Saw action in 17 matches, including five starts ... collected two goals and an assist for five points ... scored in the season opener against Towson and again in a victory over Cornell ... first career assist came on tying goal in 2-1 win over Saint Francis (Pa.) ... attempted a career-high five shots in that game ... 2008: Start of season was delayed by injury, but went on to appear in 12 games as a reserve forward, backing up the all-league combo of Jennifer Dervarics and Christa Matlack ... first collegiate goal came in 82nd minute of 4-1 league win over Lafayette. High School: Was a four-year letterwinner in soccer and three-year letterwinner in track at La Reina High School … led team in scoring and collected MVP honors … was a two-time all-league selection … served as team captain in both soccer and track … was a three-time county champion in track and a three-time all-league recipient … named Outstanding Athlete of the Year, Ventura County Star ScholarAthlete of the Year and earned the LA Dodgers-Toyota Sportsmanship Award … member of the Eagles SC club team. Personal: Daughter of Steve and Kelly DeGennaro … born Sept. 23, 1990 in Thousand Oaks, Calif. ... has two sisters, Jillian and Brooke ... father played baseball at the University of San Diego … mother was a member of the tennis team at Cal State Northridge ... majoring in economics and international relations at Bucknell ... member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll every year so far.
CAREER HONORS • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ( ‘10) 2010: Saw action in 12 games as a freshman, primarily as a reserve midfielder ... did make one start against Cornell ... High School: Played four years of varsity soccer and also competed in track and field at Laguna Beach High School ... played club soccer for Slammers FC, one of the top clubs in the country ... team was ranked No. 23 in the nation, No. 8 in the region and No. 5 in Southern California ... team defeated two state champions and a state finalist in 2009 ... in 2009 the team won the Surf Cup and Slammers FC Classic ... team was also a PDA Invitational Red Bull finalist and a West Coast Futbol Classic finalist. Personal: Daughter of Chuck and Roxanne Degarmo ... born Sept. 20, 1991 in Laguna Beach, Calif. ... has one brother, Sean ... father played football at Santa Monica College ... majoring in accounting ... made Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in 2010.
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Junior • Defender
22 Verona, N.J. • Verona Year 2009 2010 Total
GP-GS 0-0 0-0 0-0
G 0 0 0
A 0 0 0
P 0 0 0
CAREER HONORS • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (’09, ‘10)
Sophomore • Forward/Midfielder Endwell, N.Y. • Union Endicott Year 2010 Total
GP-GS 17-8 17-8
G 1 1
A 0 0
2010: Did not play due to injury ... 2009: Did not see action in a regular-season match, but had a productive spring season. High School: Had an outstanding fouryear career at Verona High School ... earned First Team All-Colonial Hills Conference honors in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... two-time First Team All-Essex County selection ... also played club soccer for the Montclair Aristocats and helped that side win New Jersey Cup titles in 2003, 2006 and 2007 ... club captured the Super Y League national championship in 2006 and was a Region I semifinalist in 2008. Personal: Daughter of Michael and Karen Fitzpatrick ... born Nov. 24, 1990 in Montclair, N.J. ... has two younger sisters, Emily and Claire ... majoring in management ... earned spot on 2010 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 GPA.
P 2 2
2010: Had a successful debut season, appearing in 17 matches with eight starts ... played forward and attacking midfield positions ... first career start came vs. Duquesne in fourth game of season ... first collegiate goal was the game-winner in 2-1 win over Iona ... ranked fifth on team with 21 shots taken ... High School: Earned five varsity letters in soccer and four in track and field at Union Endicott High School ... led the team in goals in 2005, 2007 and 2008 and in points in 2005, 2007 and 2009 ... three-time team offensive MVP ... team captain as a senior ... NSCAA All-Region selection in 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... three-time NYSSWA All-State selection ... five-time all-conference honoree ... finished career with 67 goals, which is No. 2 in school history, and 36 assists ... team won four conference championships, four New York Section IV Class AA titles, one New York Class AA Regional title and was a state semifinalist in 2006 ... during her career the team went 85-6-6 with 77 shutouts and in 2009 set a state record with 18 consecutive shutouts ... played seven years (four with boys, three with girls) of club soccer at the premiere level for BC United Fusion ... also captained the track and field team and was named to the Southern Tier Athletic Conference All-Metro Division Team in 2008 ... ... recipient of the 2010 Lauren Miller Memorial Scholarship Award for track and field ... received her school’s Team Tiger Award in 2009. Personal: Parents are Ron and Isabel Dwornik ... born Apr. 13, 1992 in Binghamton, N.Y. ... has one older brother, Dan ... majoring in computer science and engineering.
Sophomore • Forward Brick, N.J. • Brick Township Year 2010 Total
GP-GS 12-0 12-0
G 0 0
A 0 0
P 0 0
2010: Played in 12 games as a reserve forward in her debut season ... attempted five shots, three of them coming against Duquesne ... High School: Competed in both soccer and track and field at Brick Township High School ... captained the soccer team and was voted team MVP ... first team all-county and all-division selection ... Third Team All-Shore selection ... also named third team all-county ... earned team’s Coaches’ Award ... played club soccer for TRSA Hurricanes. Personal: Parents are John Garkowski and Mia Cornacchio ... born June 2, 1992 in Point Pleasant, N.J. ... has one sister, Tierney ... majoring in biology.
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Sophomore • Defender
14 Branchburg, N.J. • Mount St. Mary Year 2010 Total
GP-GS 0-0 0-0
G 0 0
A 0 0
P 0 0
2010: Did not play due to injury ... High School: Four-year soccer letterwinner at Mount St. Mary Academy in Watchung, N.J. ... captained the team as a junior and senior ... four-time All-Skyland Conference ... All-Somerset County selection ... played club soccer for the PDA Fire, a New Jersey power that produced recent Bison all-stars Nicole Marotta and Lauren Stoller. Personal: Daughter of Matthew and Eileen Gilmartin ... born May 8, 1992 in Somerville, N.J. ... has two brothers, Sean and Bryan ... Sean is a 2010 Bucknell graduate ... Bryan plays soccer at Dickinson College ... major is undeclared.
Junior • Goalkeeper Danville, Calif. • Carondelet CAREER HONORS • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (’08, ‘09, ‘10)
2010: Appeared in five matches, including three starts in goal ... made 18 saves while allowing six goals in 248:42 of action ... starts came against St. Bonaventure, Ohio and Duquesne ... had six saves in a 1-0 shutout of Ohio ... made four stops in 23 minutes of relief work against Penn State ... 2009: Was again the No. 2 keeper behind all-conference senior Kathryn Sutton, but playing time increased to six appearances, including four starts ... posted a 2-2 record, including her first career shutout with a 1-0 OT win over Mount Year GP-GS Min GA GAA Svs Sv% Sho St. Mary’s ... also picked up a 2-1 2008 1-1 90:00 3 3.00 1 .250 0 win over Saint 2009 6-4 382:50 6 1.41 28 .824 1 Francis (Pa.) ... 2010 5-3 248:42 6 2.17 18 .750 1 played the first Total 12-8 721:32 15 1.87 47 .758 2 half of a 1-0 blanking of Iona, making four saves ... made career-high 10 stops in a 1-0 OT loss at Duquesne ... posted a 1.41 goals-against average and .824 save percentage on the season ... allowed six goals while making 28 saves ... 2008: Served as backup keeper behind Kathryn Sutton ... started and played all 90 minutes in late-season 3-0 loss at Princeton. High School: Four-time letterwinner at Carondelet High School … served as captain in 2007-08 … did not allow a goal her entire senior season (21 straight games) …helped her club team, Mustang Fury, to 2008 Norcal State Final and Western Regional appearances … named a North Coast Section CIF Scholar-Athlete all four years … earned a BVAL first team selection in 2007-08 … chosen as a United States Marine Corp Distinguished Athlete in 2007. Personal: Daughter of Patrick and Nancy Garrehy ... born Oct. 8, 1989 in Walnut Creek, Calif. ... has four siblings, Shane, Bridget, Dustin and Jessie ... majoring in animal behavior ... earned spot on Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in each of first three seasons at Bucknell.
Junior • Goalkeeper
16 Rhinebeck, N.Y. • Red Hook CAREER HONORS • 2x Patriot League Goalkeeper of Week (‘10) • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (‘09, ‘10) 2010: Had a strong season in first year as Bucknell’s starting goalkeeper ... shared the job in the first four games of the season, then started the final 16 ... posted .782 save percentage and 1.66 GAA ... three of six wins came by shutout ... 104 total saves were second-most in Patriot League ... registered back-to-back double-figure save performances with career-high 13 against Rutgers and 12 against Binghamton ... recorded clean sheets against Year GP-GS Min GA GAA Svs Sv% Sho American, Navy 2009 1-0 25:00 1 3.60 1 .500 0 and Colgate in conference play 2010 19-17 1569:31 29 1.66 104 .782 3 ... also had wins Total 20-17 1594:31 30 1.69 105 .778 3 against Holy Cross, Navy and Iona ... earned Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week honors after the Navy and Colgate games ... 2009: Saw action in one game as a rookie, playing 25 minutes
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against Towson ... made one save and allowed one goal. High School: Served as captain in two of her five varsity seasons at Red Hook High School, where she broke the program record for career shutouts ... second team all-conference selection as an eighth-grader, then she captured first team honors in each of the next four seasons ... also an all-section and all-state honoree and was named to the Poughkeepsie Journal’s all-star team three times ... five-time New York State All-Academic Team member ... helped Red Hook claim a pair of Mid-Hudson Athletic League titles as well as a Section IX championship in 2007 ... as a member of the Mamaroneck Panthers club team, she backstopped the squad to the 2008 Score at the Shore title in North Carolina ... helped the Middlepath X-treme win the Orange Classic in 2007. Personal: Daughter of Ed and Filka McDermott ... born May 20, 1991 in Kingston, N.Y. ... has three siblings: Marin McDermott, Donnie Pervizi and Tim Pervizi ... sister, Marin, plays soccer at Penn and was Honorable Mention All-Ivy League as a freshman in 2008 ... father played college soccer at Delaware Valley ... international relations major ... earned spot on Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in each of first two seasons.
Sophomore • Midfielder 4 Loveland, Ohio • Cincinnati Country Day Year 2010 Total
GP-GS 7-0 7-0
G 0 0
A 0 0
P 0 0
2010: Appeared in seven games as a reserve midfielder ... made collegiate debut in 1-0 win over Ohio ... High School: Lettered in both soccer and track and field at Cincinnati Country Day School ... freshman and sophomore team MVP in soccer ... elected team captain as a freshman, sophomore and senior ... Cincinnati Enquirer All-Star ... first team All-Miami Valley Conference ... all-city as a junior and senior ... selected to play in 2009 senior all-star game ... Academic All-Southwest Team as a junior ... helped lead her team to 25 wins over her last two seasons, including MVC and sectional titles ... played club soccer for the Cincinnati Soccer Alliance (CSA) U-18 Elite Panthers. Personal: Parents are William and Laurel Tipton ... born March 9, 1992 in Cincinnati ... has two sisters, Hillary and Claire ... mother played college field hockey ... major is undeclared.
Junior • Midfielder/Forward
15 Resiterstown, Md. • McDonogh Year 2009 2010 Total
GP-GS 6-0 9-0 15-0
G 0 0 0
A 0 0 0
P 0 0 0
CAREER HONORS • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (’09, ‘10) 2010: Saw action in nine games off the bench, including Patriot League appearances against Lehigh, Army and Nvay ... 2009: Appeared in six games as a reserve attacking midfielder ... team was 5-1 in her appearances. High School: Captained the soccer team at McDonogh School, located in the Baltimore suburb of Owings Mills ... 2008 IAAM Conference All-Star ... played club soccer with the Baltimore Bays ... also a two-year captain of the McDonogh softball team as well as a member of the track team. Personal: Parents are Richard and Janet Trosch ... born Aug. 7, 1990 in Baltimore ... has a sister, Lauren, and brother, Jeff ... Lauren was a member of the Bucknell Class of 2010 and was an outfielder on the Bison’s Patriot League championship softball team ... Jeff was a member of the track & field team at Connecticut College ... majoring in psychology ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in both 2009 and 2010.
Junior • Midfielder Fairfax Station, Va. • South County Year 2009 2010 Total
GP-GS 13-0 7-1 20-1
G 1 0 1
A 0 0 0
P 2 0 2
CAREER HONORS • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (’09, ‘10) 2010: Appeared in seven games as a reserve, playing both outside midfield and back ... first career start came in the back four against Mount St. Mary’s ... 2009: Saw considerable action as a freshman midfielder, appearing in 13 contests ... her lone goal was a big one, coming with 2:46 remaining in a 1-0 road win over Iona ... the goal came on a header off a corner kick. High School: Was an outstanding cross country and track and field athlete at South County Secondary School in Virginia ... completed her first year with the soccer team in 2008 ... was a regional qualifier in cross country and a regional placewinner in the 400-meter dash and 4x400-meter relay in track ... played club soccer with the BRYC Blue Thunder, which reached the Virginia State Cup final four in four straight years. Personal: Parents are Michael and Heidi Tryon ... born May 10, 1991 in Alexandria, Va. ... has two sisters: Alissa and Sarah ... father played baseball at Catholic University and later in the Minnesota Twins organization ... mother was on the track team at Catholic ... sister, Sarah, played soccer at Mary Washington from 2007-10 ... grandfather was a track & field athlete at Ohio State ... majoring in biology ... two-time member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
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Junior • Forward Centennial, Colo. • Heritage Year 2009 2010 Total
GP-GS 19-18 11-5 30-23
G 1 1 2
A 3 0 3
P 5 2 7
CAREER HONORS • 2009 Team Rookie of the Year • Patriot League All-Tournament Team (‘09) • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (‘10) 2010: Got off to a very strong start in 2010 but suffered a knee injury against Louisville in the third game of the season and missed the entire month of September ... lone goal of the season came in opener at St. Bonaventure ... goal gave Bison a 2-1 lead in 67th minute ... returned in time for Patriot League play and saw action in all seven PL regular-season games and the PL Tournament gave vs. Lehigh ... 2009: Enjoyed a terrific rookie season for the Bison ... earned a starting job right away and was a steady force at central midfield ... offensively produced a goal and three assists ... goal came against Saint Francis (Pa.), tying the game in the 41st minute of what ultimately became a 2-1 win ... assists came in wins against UMBC, Cornell and Navy ... had a strong game against American in the Patriot League Tournament semifinals and was named to the All-Tournament Team. High School: Earned four varsity letters in both soccer and basketball at Heritage High School in Littleton, Colo. ... named the team’s offensive MVP in 2008 ... earned honorable mention all-state honors ... also a two-time all-league pick, earning first team honors in 2008 and second team accolades in 2007 ... played club soccer for the Riverside Renegades 90-91, a team that competed in the 2008 Far West Regionals in Hawaii ... captained Heritage’s basketball and soccer teams. Personal: Daughter of Wendy Yee ... born Jan. 4, 1991 in Aurora, Colo. ... has one sister, Allison ... majoring in civil engineering ... earned a spot on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in 2010.
Freshman • Midfielder/Defender Glencoe, Ill. • New Trier
High School: Comes to Bucknell from New Trier High School in Winnetka, Ill. ... played club soccer for Eclipse Select, the No. 2-ranked girls club team in the nation ... ODP state team member for six years ... part of a six-time Illinois State Cup championship team ... team was a three-time regional semifinalist and the 2009 Disney Showcase champs ... team was ranked No. 1 in the nation at one point ... Personal: Parents are Mark and Kim Berman ... born June 30, 1993 in Chicago ... has two siblings, Sam and Leah.
Freshman • Defender Carmichael, Calif. • St. Francis
High School: Three-year varsity letterwinner at St. Francis High School in Sacramento, Calif. ... team was the Sac-Joaquin Section champions in both 2009 and 2010 ... played club soccer for the CA Rush ‘93 ... was a five-time team captain ... Personal: Parents are Phil and Barb Bonotto ... born May 11, 1993 in Carmichael, Calif. ... has two siblings, Brett and Meredith.
Freshman • Midfielder/Forward Nazareth, Pa. • Nazareth
High School: A prolific scorer at Nazareth Area High School in Eastern Pennsylvania ... 2010 Express Times Player of the Year and a two-time all-area selection ... led her team to the 2008 and 2010 District XI titles as well as three straight conference titles ... pocketed over 40 career goals ... had 22 assists during her freshman season, and she scored the game-winning goal in the 2010 district championship game ... team became the first in school history to win a game at the state tournament ... recipient of the 2010 EPYSA Union League Citizenship Award ... Personal: Daughter of George and Tami Denger ... born March 14, 1993 in Abington, Pa. ... has a yonger sister, Elena ... father was an all-conference soccer player at Penn State-Hazelton.
Freshman • Midfielder
7 Coto de Caza, Calif. • Santa Margarita
High School: 2011 graduate of Santa Margarita High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. ... voted her team’s Best Offensive Player two years running ... helped her team to the Trinity League title and a berth in the CIF semifinals for the first time in six years ... in club soccer was a team captain and five-year starter for the Eclipse White Soccer Club ... also the team scoring leader for three years with the SoCal Blues Soccer Club ... led her team to the 2010 Coast League title, and the club was ranked No. 4 nationally in 2009-10 ... also selected to be a part of the USA Athletes International soccer team ... Personal: Daughter of Kevin and Jan Doud ... born Jan. 25, 1993 in Laguna Hills, Calif. ... has a twin sister, Caitlin.
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Freshman • Forward
20 Fairport, N.Y. • Fairport High School: Two-year varsity co-captain and four-year starter at Fairport High School ... as a senior was named First Team All-Greater Rochester by the Democrat & Chronicle ... First Team All-Monroe County and Sixth Team All-State selection after producing 15 goals and 14 assists ... winner of her team’s “Spark Plug” Leadership Award ... led her team to the 2010 Section V Class AAA finals by scoring four goals in the sectional tournament ... as a sophomore, her team won sectional and regional championships and was a state finalist ... finished her career with 25 goals and 27 assists ... played club soccer with the Empire United Soccer Academy and was also a two-year captain of the New York West ODP team ... Empire United team won numerous tournaments, including the 2008 New York West State Cup title, and she was the team’s leading scorer ... Personal: Daughter of George and Kate Falcón ... born May 29, 1993 in Rochester, N.Y. ... has one brother, Matthew ... is a Champion Level Irish Dancer and has competed in the national championships.
Freshman • Midfield West Windsor, N.J. • West Windsor Plainsboro South
High School: Played varsity soccer and lacrosse at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South in New Jersey ... captained the soccer team and led her side to its first Colonial Valley Conference title in 10 years ... team’s Offensive MVP ... an NJGSCA All-State selection and member of the regional Top 20 team ... First Team AllCVC selection by The Trentonian ... NJGSCA Senior Soccer Eleven pick ... No. 3 scorer in her league in both 2009 and 2010 ... as a junior broke the school record with four goals in a game ... played on the New Jersey State ODP team for four years and helped her team win the 2010 Region 1 title ... Personal: Daughter of Ken and Kristina Matthews ... born July 29, 1993 in Summit, N.J. ... has one brother, Zachary.
Freshman • Defender Phoenix, Ariz • Horizon Community Learning Center
High School: Graduated in 2011 from the Horizon Community Learning Center in Phoenix ... in 2009 was a starter on her school’s varsity co-ed team, and a year later was the captain and leading scorer on the school’s first girls’ soccer team ... all-region selection ... as a senior helped her team to the state playoffs for the first time ... played club soccer for the Arsenal 94 Premier Girls, the fourth-ranked team in the state of Arizona ... also earned a spot on the Arizona ODP team in 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... began playing soccer at age 4 ... has a purple belt in karate ... ranked 10th in her high school class with a 4.66 GPA ... Personal: Parents are Bruce and Jaclynn Nelson ... born Aug. 17, 1993 in Mesa, Ariz. ... has two brothers, Ryan and Christopher.
Freshman • Midfielder New City, N.Y. • Clarkstown North
High School: A three-year starter at Clarkstown North High School ... first team all-section pick in 2009 ... also an all-county and two-time all-league selection ... her team’s leading scorer in both 2008 and 2009 ... since 2009, she has been a member of the U-19 Polish National Team ... Personal: Parents are Dariusz and Jolanta Nicinski ... born Jan. 14, 1993 in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... brother, Daniel, plays soccer at Sacred Heart.
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2010 STATISTICS Overall: 7-13-0 Patriot League: 5-2-0 Home: 4-6-0 Away: 2-5-0 Neutral: 1-2-0
## 12 23 Patriot League Offensive 14 Player of the Year 29 Christa Matlack 27 5 All-Patriot League 21 First Team Christa Matlack - F 19 Caitlin Holtz - M 18 2 Second Team 16 Kelliann Doherty - M 17 Kelsey Johnson - D 6 Patriot League All-Tournament Team 11 8 Amanda Citron 15 Brooke Stokes 9 NSCAA Scholar All-American 10 Christa Matlack (2nd Team) 7 4 NSCAA Scholar All-East Region 3 Christa Matlack (1st Team) 1 Kelsey Johnson (2nd Team) Amanda Citron (3rd Team) ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Christa Matlack (1st Team) ## Amanda Citron (2nd Team) 16 13 Patriot League All-Academic Team TM Amanda Citron Christa Matlack Brooke Stokes
Name Christa Matlack Caitlin Holtz Kelliann Doherty Tara Cort Brooke Stokes Megan DeGennaro Liz Dwornik Kayla Yee Kelsey Johnson Casey Crowley Sandita McDermott Taryn Boucher Chelsey Garkowski Alex Degarmo Corinne Collins Emily Trosch Jenna Tryon Julianne Harris Amanda Citron Corey Tipton Jane Voris Colleen Garrehy Total............... Opponents...........
G 7 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 35
Name GP-GS Minutes Sandita McDermott 19-17 1569:31 Garrehy, Colleen 5-3 248:42 TEAM 0:00 Total............... 20 1818:13 Opponents........... 20 1818:13
Patriot League Player of the Week Kelliann Doherty - Offensive (10/25) Sandita McDermott - GK (10/18, 11/1)
GP-GS 20-19 19-19 19-19 20-20 20-20 19-16 17-8 11-5 17-17 20-20 19-17 15-4 12-0 12-1 16-13 9-0 7-1 13-5 13-13 7-0 4-0 5-3 20 20
A Pts 3 17 3 11 4 10 2 4 1 3 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 56 27 97 GA 29 6 0 35 20
Sh 45 35 30 18 19 27 21 4 2 6 0 20 5 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 238 320
Shot% .156 .114 .100 .056 .053 .037 .048 .250 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .084 .109
Avg Saves 1.66 104 2.17 18 0.00 5 1.73 127 0.99 95
SOG 24 16 15 8 10 11 13 3 1 2 0 7 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 115 162
Pct .782 .750 — .784 .826
SOG% .533 .457 .500 .444 .526 .407 .619 .750 .500 .333 .000 .350 .400 1.000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .483 .506
W 6 1 0 7 13
L 11 2 0 13 7
T 0 0 0 0 0
Sho 3 1 0 4 7
AUGUST Sat. 21 Fri. 27 Sun. 29
at St. Bonaventure vs. Ohio^ vs. Louisville^
SEPTEMBER Fri. 3 Sun. 5 Wed. 8 Fri. 10 Wed. 15 Sun. 19 Wed. 22 Fri. 24 Sun. 26
DUQUESNE #24 RUTGERS BINGHAMTON at Saint Francis (Pa.) at Penn State CORNELL MOUNT ST. MARY’S at Marist IONA
Patriot League W L T Pts. L, 3-2 Team 4 0 3 15 W, 1-0 Army 5 2 0 15 L, 2-0 Bucknell Lehigh 4 1 2 14 Colgate 3 3 1 10 L, 2-1 American 2 2 3 9 L, 3-0 Navy 2 3 2 8 L, 3-0 Lafayette 0 3 4 4 (OT) L, 2-1 Holy Cross 0 6 1 1 L, 5-1 L, 2-0 PATRIOT LEAGUE TOURNAMENT: L, 3-0 Semifinals: L, 1-0 #1 Army 1, #4 Colgate 0 (OT) W, 2-1 #3 Lehigh 1, #2 Bucknell 0
OCTOBER Sat. 2 Fri. 8 Sun. 10 Sat. 16 Fri. 22 Sun. 24 Sat. 30
AMERICAN* at Lafayette* at Lehigh* at Navy* ARMY* HOLY CROSS* COLGATE*
W, 3-0 Lehigh 1, Army 0 W, 2-1 L, 2-1 NCAA TOURNAMENT: W, 1-0 #2 Virginia 3, Lehigh 0 (OT) L, 2-1 W, 3-2 W, 1-0
NOVEMBER Fri. 5 vs. Lehigh# Home games in BOLD CAPS at Emmitt Field * Patriot League contest # Patriot League Semifinal at West Point ^ Gamecock Courtyard Cup, Columbia, S.C.
GW PK-AT 1 0-0 2 1-1 1 0-0 0 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 7 1-1 13 2-2
W 14 7 11 6 6 9 6 3
Overall L T 4 3 13 0 5 4 12 1 10 3 8 3 8 4 12 2
Pct .738 .350 .650 .342 .395 .525 .444 .235
PATRIOT LEAGUE AWARDS
L, 1-0 Offensive Player of the Year: Christa Matlack, Bucknell Defensive Player of the Year: Molly McGuigan, Army Goalkeeper of the Year: Lauren Smedley, Lafayette Rookie of the Year: Kim An, Army Coach of the Year: Stefanie Golan, Army
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Tara Utchel ‘03
Jennifer Margolis ‘07
All-Patriot League 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Lisa Gibbons Jen Giordano Lisa Gibbons Heather Andrews Jen Giordano Lisa Gibbons Leigh Raymont Heather Andrews Liz Woodrow Katie Fink Kerry McDonnell Leigh Raymont Amy Riviere Becky Snover Karen Spall Sarah Stopper Katie Fink Katie McElligott Liz Woodrow Liz Woodrow Katie McElligott Amy Riviere Katie McElligott Lindsay Slomer Katie McElligott Kelly Irvin Meredith Barnes Kristie Simon Tara Utchel Karla Killian Savannah Rennels Lindsay Slomer Tara Utchel Tara Utchel Meaghan Ferris Meaghan Ferris Krista Lee Gentile Jennifer Margolis Jennifer Margolis Krista Lee Gentile Krista Lee Gentile Nicole Marotta Jennifer Margolis Jennifer Dervarics Shannon Curd Lauren Stoller Jennifer Dervarics Kelliann Doherty Nicole Marotta Kathryn Sutton Krista Lee Gentile Lauren Stoller Jennifer Dervarics Caitlin Holtz Nicole Marotta Christa Matlack Christa Matlack Amanda Citron Kelliann Doherty Caitlin Holtz Kathryn Sutton Caitlin Holtz Christa Matlack Kelliann Doherty Kelsey Johnson
1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team
Jennifer Dervarics ‘09
Christa Matlack ‘11
PL Offensive Player of the Year
CoSIDA Academic All-America
1993 2007 2008 2009 2010
1994 Joanne Crane 2006 Shannon Curd
Lisa Gibbons Jennifer Dervarics Jennifer Dervarics Christa Matlack Christa Matlack
CoSIDA Academic All-District 2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
PL Defensive Player of the Year 2006 Nicole Marotta
PL Rookie of the Year 1991 1995 1999 2001
Lisa Gibbons Katie Fink Tara Utchel Ashley Dincher
PL Coach of the Year 1995 Toby Lovecchio 2000 Chrissy Findlay 2001 Chrissy Findlay
Lauren Schwarz Kerry Fitz-Patrick Shannon Curd Kerry Fitz-Patrick Shannon Curd Jennifer Mrozek Katie Dry Chelsea Brinkman Lauren Stoller Chelsea Brinkman Jennifer Dervarics Lauren Stoller Lauren Stoller Christa Matlack Amanda Citron
1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team
NSCAA Scholar All-American 2009 Christa Matlack 2010 Christa Matlack
PL Tournament MVP
3rd Team 2nd Team
NSCAA Scholar All-East Region
2001 Lauren Schwarz 2005 Shannon Curd
2006 2007 2008 Shannon Curd, Krista Lee Gentile Jennifer Dervarics, Molly Linhart, 2009 Chelsea McGorry 2010 Amanda Citron, Nicole Marotta Amanda Citron, Kayla Yee Amanda Citron, Brooke Stokes
PL All Tournament Team 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
3rd Team 3rd Team
PL Scholar-Athlete of the Year 1990 Christina Baselga 1994 Joanne Crane 2006 Shannon Curd
1994 1996 2000 2001
Shannon Curd Nicole Marotta Jennifer Dervarics Nicole Marotta Christa Matlack Christa Matlack Kelsey Johnson Amanda Citron
2nd Team 3rd Team 1st Team 3rd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 3rd Team
2006 Nicole Marotta 2008 Jennifer Dervarics 2009 Christa Matlack
3rd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team
Captains Roster 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Amanda Head, Shannon Smith Kim Fekel, Stephanie Porcaro Julie Cooling, Joanne Crane, Jen Giordano Joanne Crane, Lisa Gibbons, Kerry McDonnell Amy Green, Kerry McDonnell, Becky Snover Amy Green, Becky Snover, Karen Spall Katie Fink, Amy Riviere, Karen Spall Dana Rofey, Katie Senderowitz, Sarah Stopper Anna Hall, Katie Senderowitz, Sarah Stopper Ali Chandler, Kristen Erb, Anna Hall Ali Chandler, Anna Hall, Tara Utchel Lauren Schwarz, Abbey Seaboyer, Tara Utchel Annie Greenspun, Abbey Seaboyer Ashley Dincher, Michelle Santonacita Shannon Curd, Meaghan Ferris, Lexi Shore Shannon Curd Krista Lee Gentile, Nicole Marotta Kelly Boswell, Jennifer Dervarics, Nicole Marotta Amanda Citron, Molly Linhart, Lauren Stoller Amanda Citron, Brooke Stokes
NSCAA All-Region Lisa Gibbons Sarah Stopper Kristie Simon Savannah Rennels
1st Team All-Fr. All-Fr. 3rd Team
TEAM RECORDS Most goals, game 1992 (vs. Mt. St. Mary’s)
Most ties 2003, 2008
Most goals, season 1994
Most losses 1992, 1997, 1998
Most assists, game 1992 (vs. Mt. St. Mary’s)
Most consecutive wins 2006
Highest save percentage 1995
Most assists, season 1994
Longest unbeaten streak 2006
Best winning percentage 2006 (12-5-1)
Most total points, game 1992 (vs. Mt. St. Mary’s)
Most overtime games 2000
Most consecutive games scoring 1994-95
Most shutouts 2008
8 Most shutouts against 1992
Most consecutive shutouts 2002
4 Most goals against 1997 (19 games)
Most total points, season 1994 Most wins 1994, 2001, 2006
Best goals against average 2006 Most consecutive shutout minutes 2002
2011 BUCKNELL SOCCER Single Season Leaders Points 1. Lisa Gibbons, 1994 2. Lisa Gibbons, 1993 3. Lisa Gibbons, 1992 Lisa Gibbons, 1991 5. Jennifer Dervarics, 2008 Jennifer Dervarics, 2007 7. Jennifer Margolis, 2005 Liz Woodrow, 1997 9. Krista Lee Gentile, 2005 10. Liz Woodrow, 1995 Kerry McDonnell, 1994 Goals 1. Lisa Gibbons, 1993 2. Lisa Gibbons, 1994 3. Lisa Gibbons, 1991 4. Jennifer Margolis, 2005 5. Jennifer Dervarics, 2008 Jennifer Dervarics, 2007 Savannah Rennels, 2001 Liz Woodrow, 1997 Kerry McDonnell, 1994 Lisa Gibbons, 1992 Assists 1. Lisa Gibbons, 1994 2. Caitlin Holtz, 2008 Lisa Gibbons, 1992 4. Tara Utchel, 2000 Leigh Raymont, 1994 Liz Woodrow, 1994 Kerry McDonnell, 1993 8. Eight tied with Wins 1. Katie Dry, 2006 Laurie Purse, 2001 3. Kathryn Sutton, 2008 4. Kathryn Sutton, 2007 Becky Snover, 1995 Becky Snover, 1994
Career Leaders 57 46 32 32 30 30 29 29 28 26 26 20 19 15 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 19 8 8 7 7 7 7 6 12 12 11 10 10 10
Shutouts 1. Kathryn Sutton, 2008 2. Katie Dry, 2006 Becky Snover, 1995 4. Six tied with
8 5 5 4
Goals against average* 1. Katie Dry, 2006 2. Kathryn Sutton, 2008 3. Kristen Coates, 1994 4. Becky Snover, 1995 5. Kathryn Sutton, 2009
0.90 1.06 1.29 1.30 1.33
Saves 1. Kim Fekel, 1992 2. Dana Rofey, 1997 Becky Snover, 1995 4. Kim Fekel, 1991 5. Dana Rofey, 1998
198 164 164 136 125
Save Percentage* 1. Becky Snover, 1995 2. Becky Snover, 1993 3. Kim Fekel, 1991 4. Kristen Coates, 1994 5. Becky Snover, 1994
.877 .861 .845 .843 .837
Points 1. Lisa Gibbons, 1991-94 2. Liz Woodrow, 1994-97 3. Jennifer Dervarics, 2005-08 4. Krista Lee Gentile, 2004-07 5. Christa Matlack, 2007-10 6. Kerry McDonnell, 1992-95 7. Jennifer Margolis, 2003-06 8. Katie McElligott, 1996-00 9. Leigh Raymont, 1994-97 10. Kelliann Doherty, 2007-10 Savannah Rennels, 2000-01 Amy Riviere, 1994-97 Goals 1. Lisa Gibbons, 1991-94 2. Liz Woodrow, 1994-97 3. Jennifer Dervarics, 2005-08 4. Krista Lee Gentile, 2004-07 5. Christa Matlack, 2007-10 6. Kerry McDonnell, 1992-95 7. Jennifer Margolis, 2003-06 8. Katie McElligott, 1996-00 9. Savannah Rennels, 2000-01 Leigh Raymont, 1994-97 Assists 1. Lisa Gibbons, 1991-94 2. Liz Woodrow, 1994-97 3. Jennifer Dervarics, 2005-08 4. Caitlin Holtz, 2007-10 5. Kerry McDonnell, 1992-95 6. Krista Lee Gentile, 2004-07 7. Christa Matlack, 2007-10 Tara Utchel, 1999-2002 Joanne Crane, 1991-94 10. Leigh Raymont, 1994-97 Amy Riviere, 1994-97 Game Winning Goals 1. Lisa Gibbons, 1991-94 2. Krista Lee Gentile, 2004-07 3. Jennifer Margolis, 2003-06 4. Christa Matlack, 2007-10 Liz Woodrow, 1994-97 Career 3+ Goal Games 1. Lisa Gibbons 2. Kerry McDonnell Elizabeth Woodrow 4. Savannah Rennels Krista Lee Gentile Jennifer Dervarics Wins 1. Katie Dry, 2003-06 Laurie Purse, 1999-2002 Becky Snover, 1993-96 4. Kathryn Sutton, 2006-09 5. Dana Rofey, 1996-98 Goals Against Average* 1. Kathryn Sutton, 2006-09 2. Katie Dry, 2003-06 3. Samantha Hecht, 2002-05 4. Becky Snover, 1993-96 5. Laurie Purse, 1999-2002
* - Minimums for goalkeeping leaders set at 500 minutes for single season and 1,000 minutes for career. Bold indicates current student-athlete.
Single Game Records Points in a Game 1. Lisa Gibbons 9 (4g, 1a) 1991 vs. Bloomsburg 2. Lisa Gibbons 8 (3g, 2a) 1992 at Mount St. Mary’s Lisa Gibbons 8 (4g) 1993 at Lehigh Lisa Gibbons 8 (4g) 1993 at Robert Morris Kerry McDonnell 8 (4g) 1994 vs. Scranton Lisa Gibbons 8 (2g, 4a) 1994 vs. Lycoming Lisa Gibbons 8 (3g, 2a) 1994 vs. Robert Morris 8. Lisa Gibbons 7 (3g, 1a) 1991 at Lafayette Liz Woodrow 7 (3g, 1a) 1997 at Scranton Jennifer Dervarics 7 (3g, 1a) 2007 at Holy Cross
167 100 91 83 78 76 67 55 54 44 44 44 66 39 36 34 32 30 28 26 21 21 35 22 19 17 16 15 14 14 14 12 12 15 14 13 10 10
Krista Lee Gentile ‘08 Saves 1. Becky Snover, 1993-96 2. Kim Fekel, 1990-92 3. Laurie Purse, 1999-2002 4. Dana Rofey, 1996-98 5. Kathryn Sutton, 2006-09
456 411 369 306 243
Save Percentage* 1. Becky Snover, 1993-96 2. Kim Fekel, 1990-92 3. Kathryn Sutton, 2006-09 Dana Rofey, 1996-98 5. Laurie Purse, 1999-02
.849 .835 .781 .781 .777
Shutouts 1. Kathryn Sutton, 2006-09 2. Becky Snover, 1993-96 3. Laurie Purse, 1999-2002 4. Katie Dry, 2003-06 5. Kim Fekel, 1990-92
15 12.5 12 9 6.5
Consecutive games with at least 1g Lisa Gibbons, 1993 Most goals in a game Lisa Gibbons vs. Bloomsburg, 1991 at Lehigh, 1993 at Robert Morris, 1993 Kerry McDonnell vs. Scranton, 1994 3-goal games in a season Lisa Gibbons, 1993
Most assists in a game Lisa Gibbons 4 vs. Lycoming, 1994 Most saves in a game Becky Snover 23 vs. Fairfield, 1993
Year Overall Record (Pct.) PL Record (Pct.) Place 1990 1-7-0 (.125) -- N/A 1991 7-9-0 (.438) 2-3-0 (.400) 4th 1992 6-12-1 (.342) 1-4-0 (.200) 4th 1993 8-9-1 (.472) 3-3-0 (.500) 3rd 1994 12-6-1 (.658) 4-3-0 (.571) 4th 11 1995 10-6-1 (.618) 6-0-0 (1.000) 1st 3 1996 8-8-2 (.500) 3-2-1 (.583) 3rd 3 1997 7-12-0 (.368) 2-4-0 (.333) 4th 1 1998 7-12-0 (.368) 2-4-0 (.333) 5th 1 1999 8-8-1 (.500) 3-3-0 (.500) 5th 1 2000 8-9-1 (.472) 3-2-1 (.583) 3rd 2001 12-7-0 (.632) 4-3-0 (.571) 3rd^ 2002 6-9-2 (.412) 1-5-1 (.214) 7th 30 2003 7-6-3 (.531) 2-3-2 (.428) 5th 30 2004 7-8-1 (.469) 2-4-1 (.357) 6th 30 2005 11-9-1 (.548) 4-3-0 (.571) 4th^ 29 2006 12-5-1 (.694) 6-1-0 (.857) 1st* 15 2007 11-8-1 (.575) 5-1-1 (.786) 1st 2008 11-6-3 (.625) 5-2-0 (.714) 2nd 2009 10-8-1 (.553) 5-2-0 (.714) T2nd 1.27 2010 7-13-0 (.350) 5-2-0 (.714) 2nd 1.46 Totals 176-177-21 (.499) 68-54-7 (.554) 1.52 ^ Patriot League Champion/NCAA Tournament Participant 1.53 * Regular Season Co-Champion 1.54
Coach Toby Lovecchio Toby Lovecchio Toby Lovecchio Toby Lovecchio Toby Lovecchio Toby Lovecchio Toby Lovecchio Chrissy Findlay Chrissy Findlay Chrissy Findlay Chrissy Findlay Chrissy Findlay Chrissy Findlay Chrissy Findlay Chrissy Findlay Ben Landis Ben Landis Ben Landis Ben Landis Ben Landis Ben Landis
ALL-TIME COACHES LOG Head Coach Years Seasons Record (Pct.) Toby Lovecchio 1990-96 7 52-57-6 (.478) Chrissy Findlay 1997-2004 8 62-71-8 (.468) Ben Landis 2005-Present 6 62-49-7 (.555) Totals 21 176-177-21 (.499)
PL Record (Pct.) 19-15-1 (.557) 19-28-5 (.413) 30-11-1 (.726) 68-54-7 (.554)
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PATRIOT LEAGUE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS 2001 Champions
The 2001 Bucknell women’s soccer team defeated American and Navy on its way to winning the Patriot League Championship and earning a berth in the NCAA Tournament. The third-seeded Bison downed the top-seeded Mids 2-1 in overtime to claim its first-ever Patriot League title. Lauren Schwarz scored the game-winning goal on a penalty kick 3:07 into overtime. Bucknell fell to seventh-ranked Penn State 3-1 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Bison finished the season with a 12-7-0 record and were led in scoring by Savannah Rennels, who tallied 12 goals and one assist. She and Lindsay Slomer were named to the All-Patriot League First Team. Tara Utchel landed a spot on the all-league second team, while freshman Ashley Dincher garnered Patriot League Co-Rookie of the Year honors. Chrissy Findlay was named Coach of the Year.
In 2005, the Bucknell women’s soccer team upset Lehigh and Army to become the first No. 4 seed in Patriot League history to win the postseason tournament. The Bison downed the Black Knights by a 3-1 margin in the championship game after advancing past No. 1 seed Lehigh in the semifinal round with a thrilling 6-5 decision in penalty kicks after playing to a 1-1 draw with the Mountain Hawks. Shannon Curd was named Patriot League Tournament MVP . Bucknell faced Penn State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament and fell by the score of 6-0. The Bison ended 2005 with a record of 11-9-1, 4-3-0 in the Patriot League. Jennifer Margolis led the team in scoring with 13 goals and three assists for 29 points. Margolis represented the Orange and Blue on the All-Patriot League First Team while Krista Lee Gentile was named to the all-league second team.
LIFE AFTER BUCKNELL
TOPS IN SALARY POTENTIAL
According to a Bucknell Career Development Center survey of the Class of 2010, 94 percent of the respondents were either employed or attending graduate school six months after graduation. Of Bucknell’s 881 graduates in that class, 861 (98 percent) responded to the survey. Of that portion of the class, 60 percent were employed, 24 percent were enrolled in graduate school, four percent were both employed and in graduate school part-time, and six percent were still seeking employment. Of those attending graduate school, 19 percent are pursuing degrees in social sciences and the humanities, 18 percent are in medical school, 10 percent are studying science, 13 percent are in law school and 17 percent are pursuing advanced degrees in engineering. The mean salary for the 2010 graduates responding to the survey was $50,172 and was highest for engineers. The mean salary for a graduate with a bachelor of science degree in engineering was $57,860, and the mean salary for a graduate with a bachelor of science degree in business administration was $51,762. Graduates from the College of Arts and Sciences had a mean salary of $44,299. Most 2010 graduates (80 percent) were employed in the Northeast, with Pennsylvania (26 percent), New York City (17 percent) and New Jersey (16 percent) leading the way. Among the most popular employers of Bucknell graduates were firms such as Accenture, AmeriCorps, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, KPMG, Merck & Company, Inc., Peace Corps, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Teach for America, Turner Construction, UBS and U.S. Army. A total of 42 percent of the class respondents secured employment through Bucknell on-campus interviews, Career Development Center leads, networking or offers from former employees.
Bucknell University alumni ranked No. 4 among liberal arts college graduates and among the highest for all colleges and universities in a 2011 PayScale College Salary Report released this summer. The annual survey, which launched in 2008, assesses median starting and mid-career salaries among graduates of top U.S. liberal arts colleges. This year, alumni from 1,003 schools participated. In this year’s report, Bucknell alumni had a median starting salary of $52,600 and a median mid-career salary of $108,000. The salary report also ranked Bucknell as 14th among all “top U.S. colleges,” including Ivy League and state universities, for mid-career earning potential. Bucknell alumni historically have had high job placement rates in their first year after graduation. Nine months after graduation, for instance, 84 percent of the members of the Class of 2010 were either employed or enrolled in graduate or professional school, according to Bucknell’s Career Development Center. A small percentage opted to travel, volunteer or do a combination of both. 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 2010, the Peace Corps listed Bucknell at No. 6 on its top 25 list of small colleges and universities producing Peace Corps Volunteers. • In February 2010, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine rated Bucknell as the 11th best value in private liberal arts colleges.
Hall of Fame, etc.
2011 BUCKNELL SOCCER
BUCKNELL ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME
THE PLAN FOR BUCKNELL
LISA GIBBONS ’95 was Bucknell’s first true superstar in the sport of women’s soccer, and she holds school and Patriot League scoring records that may never be broken. Women’s soccer became a varsity sport at Bucknell in 1990, and in the program’s second year Gibbons came along and instantly helped the team to a seven-win season and credibility in Eastern soccer circles. She finished her career with a whopping 66 goals, 35 assists and 167 points. No other Bison player has scored more than 100 points or 39 goals since then. Gibbons scored 20 goals in 1993, then as a senior in 1994 she logged 19 goals and 19 assists for 57 points, the third-highest total in the nation that year. Gibbons was a First Team All-Patriot League selection three times, was the league’s rookie of the year in 1991 and the offensive player of the year in 1993. As a senior, she was named to the NSCAA AllMid-Atlantic Region Team and was a Christy Mathewson Award winner as the top athlete in her senior class. Gibbons became the first Bucknell women’s soccer player to be elected to the Hall of Fame, entering with the Class of 2006.
Bucknell is a unique national university where liberal arts and professional programs complement each other, where 3,400 full-time students are educated for a lifetime of critical thinking and strong leadership. For more than 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.” Students helped shape this vision because of their confidence in the University. 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
THE PATRIOT LEAGUE In its third decade of combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 23 men’s and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have, and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League finished at the top spot with 96 percent of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data. In addition, 90 Patriot League teams 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.
2011 BUCKNELL SOCCER
2011 BUCKNELL SCHEDULE
August Fri. Fri. Sun.
19 26 28
ST. BONAVENTURE at Buffalo at Canisius
4 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.
September Sun. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Tue. Fri.
4 7 10 14 17 20 23
at UMBC at Binghamton at Cornell at Mount St. Maryâ€™s SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) PENN STATE MARIST
1 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 12 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.
1 7 9 16 21 23 29
at Colgate* at Holy Cross* at Army* at American* LEHIGH* LAFAYETTE* NAVY*
4 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m.
October Sat. Fri. Sun. Sun. Fri. Sun. Sat.
November Fri. Sun.
PL Tournament^ PL Tournament^
* Patriot League contest ^ at highest seed Home Games in BOLD CAPS at Emmitt Field at Holmes Stadium Taryn Boucher
Published on Aug 22, 2011