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BUFFALO BULLS WOMEN’S SOCCER

KAREN MCMAHON

NATALIE JURISEVIC

AINSLEY WHELDON

LAUREN COVIELLO

COURTNEY GROSS

2013 Media Guide


ROSTER / QUICK FACTS Pos. GK GK F D/M M M M/F M/D F/M M/F D/M D F/M F F M/D D M M/D D M M M/F M GK GK

Class Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. R-So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr.

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Hometown / Previous School Spencerport, NY / Our Lady of Mercy Waterloo, Ontario / Bluevale Collegiate Institute Baldwin, NY / Baldwin Senior HS Erie, PA / Harbor Creek Montclair, NJ / Montclair Brunswick, OH / Brunswick Buffalo, NY / Frontier Newark, NY / Midlakes Homerville, OH / Cloverleaf Martinsville, NJ / Bridgewater-Rariton Niagara Falls, Ontario / A.N. Myer Secondary Burlington, Ontario / Assumption Hicksville, NY / University at Albany (Hicksville HS) Newburgh, NY / Newburgh Free Academy Buffalo, NY / Cleveland Hill Buffalo, NY / Williamsville South Kirkland, Quebec / Shattuck St. Mary’s Boarding School East Meadow, NY / East Meadow Denver, CO /Colorado Academy Fort Collins, CO / Fort Collins Strongsville, OH / Strongsville Buffalo, NY / Iroquois Princeton, NJ / Montgomery Parker, CO / Ponderosa Orchard Park, NY / Orchard Park Flower Mound, TX/ Shattuck St. Mary’s Boarding School

University at Buffalo Quick Facts Location................................................................................................... Buffalo, NY 14260 Founded............................................................................................................................1846 Enrollment.................................................................................................................... 29,049 Nickname.......................................................................................................................... Bulls Colors................................................................................................. Royal Blue and White Affiliation..................................................................................................... NCAA Division I Conference.................................................................................................... Mid-American Facility................................................................................................................... UB Stadium President.............................................................................................. Dr. Satish K. Tripathi Athletic Director..............................................................................................Danny White Website.......................................................................................... www.buffalobulls.com Athletic Communications Address....................................................................................................175 Alumni Arena Assistant AD / Athletic Communications..................................................... Jon Fuller Associate Director..............................................................................................Brian Wolff Assistant Director / Soccer Contact........................................................... Louie Spina E-mail..................................................................................................... lspina@buffalo.edu Office Phone.................................................................................................(716) 645-6837 Table of Content Roster/Quick Facts................................................................................................................ 2 Season Preview...................................................................................................................... 3 Schedule................................................................................................................................... 4 Coaching Staff........................................................................................................................ 5 Returning Players............................................................................................................6-15 Incoming Players.......................................................................................................... 16-17 2012 Roster: State/Class Breakdown............................................................................18 Season Record Book...........................................................................................................19 Single Game/ Season Offensive Records....................................................................20 Career Offensive Records.................................................................................................21 Goaltending Records.........................................................................................................22 MAC / NSCAA / NCAA Awards........................................................................................23 Team Awards.........................................................................................................................24 Year-by-year Results.................................................................................................... 25-27 All-time Series Against Opponents...............................................................................28 All-time Program Roster............................................................................................. 29-30

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

No. 19 14 23 16 25 20 21 18 5 4 7 2 12 11 10 13 6 3 15 27 24 0 8 17 1 28

Name Megan Abman Celina Carrero Jennifer Colvin Rachel Cook Lauren Coviello Ashley Evans Megan Giesen Courtney Gross Jackie Hall Angel Hart Kori Hughes N’Dea Johnson Natalie Jurisevic Kassidy Kidd Dana Lytle Kerrianne Madigan Courtney Mann Kristin Markiewicz Karen McMahon Sarah Moore Andrea Niper Alana Olivieri Katie Roberts Sophie Therien Ainsley Wheldon McKenzie White

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NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name 0 Alana Olivieri 1 Ainsley Wheldon 2 N’Dea Johnson 3 Kristin Markiewicz 4 Angel Hart 5 Jackie Hall 6 Courtney Mann 7 Kori Hughes 8 Katie Roberts 10 Dana Lytle 11 Kassidy Kidd 12 Natalie Jurisevic 13 Kerrianne Madigan 14 Celina Carrero 15 Karen McMahon 16 Rachel Cook 17 Sophie Therien 18 Courtney Gross 19 Megan Abman 20 Ashley Evans 21 Megan Giesen 23 Jennifer Colvin 24 Andrea Niper 25 Lauren Coviello 27 Sarah Moore 28 McKenzie White

Pronunciation guide Lauren COVIELLO ������������������������������������������������Coe-vee-elo N’DEA Johnson ���������������������������������������������������������Ni-dee-ah Natalie JURISEVIC ������������������������������������������������ jer-is-ev-ick Megan GIESEN ��������������������������������������������������������������GEE-sen Kristin MARKIEWICZ �������������������������������������������Mark-a-wits Sophie THERIEN ����������������������������������������������������� Tare-ee-en Mid-American Conference Address................................................................................24 Public Square, 15th Floor Cleveland, OH 44113 Office Phone.................................................................................................(216) 566-4622 Soccer Contact........................................................................................................ Tori Kohl E-mail............................................................................................ TKohl@mac-sports.com Website............................................................................................www.mac-sports.com Soccer Information Head Coach............................................................................................... Michael Thomas Record at UB........................................................................................... 25-58-13 (5 years) Career Record........................................................................................ 25-58-13 (5 years)

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SEASON PREVIEW The 2013 Bulls will enter the season looking for a turnaround season after finishing the disappointing 2012 season with a record of 5-12-2. A slew of injuries and inconsistent play doomed the Bulls in what was supposed to be a very successful season. With the team goal of a MAC Championship in their sights, the team not only returns 13 players who appeared in 10 games or more for the Bulls in 2012, but will bring back three of their top five scorers from last season. Thanks to the veteran depth, the team’s eight talented newcomers can settle in and find their niche, not needing to be thrust into a major role but instead filling needs and also providing valuable depth. RETURNING PLAYERS On the offense’s front line, the Bulls return four offensive threats that play up front and run the gamut of experience. Leading the way will be juniors Katie Roberts and N’Dea Johnson. Roberts returns as the Bulls leading scorer after producing a team-high three goals and one assist as a sophomore including one game-winning goal. Johnson will look to make a major leap in her junior season after a very promising spring season. Senior Karen McMahon will be relied on heavily to produce for the Bulls while sophomore Kassidy Kidd will look to build off a solid first year as she transitions into a more prominent starting role in 2013. In the midfield, the Bulls have a wealth of experience and depth as it will most likely prove to be the deepest position on the team in 2013. Junior Courtney Mann has been the go-to option for coach Thomas for the past two seasons, and after starting all but one game last season, Mann will look to produce more offensively. The return of Jackie Hall may be one of the most anticipated things of the fall for the Bulls, after missing all of the 2012 season with an injury, as she will look to return to her disruptive and physical self from the midfield position. Other returners that will add to the outstanding depth at the midfield position will be Megan Giesen and Megan Abman. Giesen appeared in all 19 games last season, making five starts, producing two assists and firing 12 shots while Abman played solid defensively and appeared in all 19 games as well. The flexible Courtney Gross will find herself spending more time as a valuable member of a back line that has proven itself to be the heart of UB’s success over the past two seasons. Senior Natalie Jurisevic has been a mainstay on the pitch since the moment she stepped onto campus and will be asked to do even more as she solidifies her veteran role in the starting lineup. Sophie Therien will be leaned on heavily in the Bulls offensive play sets as she has a big leg and is very dangerous offensively. One of the biggest surprises for the Bulls last season was the play of Kristin Markiewicz. Thrusted into the starting lineup on 16 occasions, Markiewicz produced in a major way for the Bulls as she scored two goals and solidified the back line. Markiewicz was the only Buffalo player to earn an All-Conference nod as she earn AllFreshman team honors. With so many key pieces returning, senior Ainsley Wheldon in goal this season could arguably be the most important. The Waterloo, Ontario native posted a 1.12 GAA with four shutouts, 76 saves and an .792 save percentage. Her aggressive style in the net has cost her a few games in the first two seasons of her career, but the UB coaching staff is just fine with that thanks to a standout backup goalie Sarah Moore. The sophomore saw 158 minutes of playing time in three games, including one start, making 15 saves and earning a tie in her only decision of the season. Junior McKenzie White and freshman Alana Olivieri will also provide depth behind Wheldon in goal. NEWCOMERS In the past two seasons, the Bulls have underwent a face lift to the team and it has already paid dividends. After adding eight players in 2011 and five in 2012, the team will bring in eight more new players for the 2013 campaign. The 2013 class is expected to be one of the deepest and best classes for the Bulls under head coach Michael Thomas. Alana Olivieri (Spencerport, NY) joins the bulls from Spencerport, NY after a star-studded youth career. She finished her very productive three year career with a save percentage of .910 which led all goalkeepers in her division. Oliveri was a twotime team captain and was also named to the Private Parochial first team as a junior and senior. She is also a member of the New York West Olympic Development Program. Angel Hart (Montclair, NJ) heads north to the University at Buffalo following an extremely successful high school career, winning Essex County Championships and State Sectional titles in 2011 and 2012. Guided her team to a 22-1-1 record in 2011, winning the Super Essex Conference-American Division crown, the Essex County Tournament title and the North Jersey, Section I, Group 4 championship. Played club soccer in the prestigious ECNL for the Players Development Academy.

Andrea Niper (Princeton, NJ) comes to UB from Princeton, NJ. She was named second team All-State and first team All-Area her senior year. As a senior, she was named Somerset Country Most Valuable Player. In addition to this, she is a product of the New Jersey United Spartans Soccer Club. Niper will add some youth to a very talented midfield position for the Bulls.

Jennifer Colvin (Alden, NY) joins the Bulls after playing at Iriquois high school in Alden, New York where she played all four years and currently sits in fifth place in the school’s all-time points charts. The very experienced player, earned three straight first team All-ECIC accolades. She is also a two-time member of the All-Western New York second team. She led the Empire Revolution Club team to a State Championship and is also a member of the Western New York Olympic Development Team. Thomas believes her flexibility will allow her to get looks at different positions throughout her first year on campus. Kori Hughes (Newark, NY) comes to Buffalo after a successful career at Midlakes high school in Newark, New York. She was named first team All-State and first team All-Greater Rochester on two ocassions. The dangerous midfielder also owns the school records for goals (30) and assists (12) in a season after a very productive senior season. Also racked up four State Cup titles with her Revolution Empire Soccer Club.

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Ashley Evans (Forth Collins, CO) joins the Bulls from Fort Collins, CO. The three-year team captain led her team to an undefeated mark of 12-0-4 as a senior. Started for the U18 Arsenal Colorado Gold team that ranked 11th in the nation, leading them to two-straight State Cup titles. Dana Lytle (Martinsville, NJ) enters her first season dawning the blue and white after a successful four year career at Bridgewater-Rariton in Martinsville, NJ. The team captain, led the team in scoring as a junior and also garnered second team All-Conference accolades. She played with fellow UB Classmate Andrea Niper at New Jersey United Spartans Soccer Club. The final newcomer is Celina Carrero (Newburgh, NY), who comes to UB as Newburgh Free Academy’s all-time leading goal scorer. She played five years and was team captain her final four seasons. Was named third team All-State as a senior. Played for the Quickstrike Soccer Club team, leading the team in goals and assists en route to earning team Most Valuable Player as a senior. SCHEDULE The 2013 women’s soccer schedule was announced Tuesday afternoon. Fans of UB women’s soccer will have plenty of opportunities to see the team up close in 2013, as the team will play 12 of its 18 games in the friendly confines of UB Stadium, including seven straight games through the entire month of September. “The 2013 schedule should be challenging for the team and entertaining for the home fans,” head coach Michael Thomas said. “We are excited to be playing a wide variety of teams and seeing different types of soccer.” After a pair of exhibition games for a warm-up, the regular season will begin on the road, when the Bulls will travel to East Lansing to open against Michigan State on Aug. 23. This will be just the third meeting all-time, with the last match between the two coming in 1993. A week later, the team will travel to the southern tier to take on Big Four rival St. Bonaventure on Aug. 30. In the past three seasons, the rivalry couldn’t be closer, with the record over that stretch standing at 1-1-1. The home stand begins that Sunday, on Sept. 1, when the Bulls host Youngstown State at noon. The bulls then will host four more non conference foes as they play Cornell, Duquesne, Austin Peay and Niagara. The Mid-American Conference season begins at home on Sept. 27, when Ball State travels to Buffalo. Following that, defending conference champion Miami (OH) will play at UB Stadium on Sept. 29. As the month of September comes to a close, so to will the home stand. Next up will be a challenging road swing that takes the team to perennial power Toledo on Oct. 4 and Northern Illinois on Oct. 6. The team will return home for the final four home games of the season, starting against MAC East rival Kent State on Oct. 11. To cap the weekend, UB plays Ohio on Sunday at noon. The next weekend, Bowling Green will be the Friday opponent, and Central Michigan will stand as the final home opponent of the season on Oct. 20, at noon.

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2013 SCHEDULE DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME

AUGUST 12

CLEVELAND STATE #

UB STADIUM

August 17

at Canisius #

Buffalo, NY

August 23

at Michigan State

East Lansing, MI

5:00pm

August 30

at St. Bonaventure

St. Bonaventure, NY

3:00pm

SEPTEMBER 1

YOUNGSTOWN STATE

UB STADIUM

12:00PM

SEPTEMBER 10

CORNELL

UB STADIUM

7:00PM

SEPTEMBER 13

DUQUESNE

UB STADIUM

7:00 PM

SEPTEMBER 15

AUSTIN PEAY

UB STADIUM

12:00 PM

SEPTEMBER 18

NIAGARA

UB STADIUM

7:00 PM

SEPTEMBER 27

BALL STATE*

UB STADIUM

7:00 PM

SEPTEMBER 29

MIAMI*

UB STADIUM

12:00 PM

October 4

at Toledo*

Toledo, OH

4:00 pm

October 6

at Northern Illinois*

DeKalb, IL

1:00 pm

OCTOBER 11

KENT STATE*

UB STADIUM

7:00 PM

OCTOBER 13

OHIO*

UB STADIUM

12:00 PM

OCTOBER 18

BOWLING GREEN*

UB STADIUM

7:00 PM

OCTOBER 20

CENTRAL MICHIGAN*

UB STADIUM

12:00 PM

October 25

at Eastern Michigan*

Ypsilanti, MI

7:00 pm

October 27

at Western Michigan*

Kalamazoo, MI

October 31

at Akron*

Akron, OH

1:00PM

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12:00pm

12:00 pm 3:00 pm

* Mid-American Conference games # Exhibition Game Home games in BOLD CAPS All times Eastern

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COACHING STAFF THOMAS • Head Coach • SIXTH SEASON

Michael Thomas starts season six as the Bulls’ head coach with a team motivated by a disappointing finish to the 2012 season after a momentous 2011. The Bulls finished 12-5-4 in 2011, eleven more wins than it had the previous season, and an improvement of almost 200 places in the national RPI (Ratings Percentage Index). The team also made the Mid-American Conference tournament for the first time since 2003. The 2011 season was certainly memorable for Thomas and the Bulls, as a talented freshman class meshed perfectly with a talented group of sophomores to give the team a complete facelift. The team ranked nationally in shutouts (with 11) and goalie Ainsley Wheldon wrote her name on every single season goalie record for the program. Three players were named to the postseason conference teams and the program made its second trip ever to the MAC semifinal round before losing to eventual champion Toledo. Prior to coming to Buffalo, Thomas helped lead the University of Denver to four NCAA Tournament appearances in six seasons as an assistant coach for the Pioneers. He helped the team to a 90-25-12 record during

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that time. The Pioneers made four NCAA Tournament appearances, including one following their 2007 Sun Belt Championship. During the 2007 season, Denver defeated Stanford, who was ranked number one in the country at the time, by a 1-0 decision. In 2006, the Pioneers had an .848 winning percentage, sixth best in the nation. Denver was successful in the classroom too,as the team won the Sun Belt Conference team academic award with a 3.4 GPA. The Pioneers also had winning percentages in the national top 10 in 2002 (.857) and 2003 (.818). Thomas was also a technical advisor and staff coach for the Colorado Fusion Soccer Club, where he directed over 40 teams, making it the fourth largest youth soccer club in Denver. In 2006, Thomas was a coach for the Olympic Development Program. Prior to joining Denver, Thomas spent one season at the University of Memphis and a year at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. At Green Bay, he assisted with both the men’s and women’s program, becoming a Horizon League finalist with the men’s squad. While at Green Bay, Thomas acted as the northern coordinator for the girls Olympic Development Program. Thomas was a professional soccer player in 1998-99 with the Myrtle Beach Sea Dawgs of the United Soccer League and again played in the league in 2000. Thomas received a Bachelor of Arts in History from Fort Lewis College, graduating with honors in 1998. At Fort Lewis, Thomas was a member of the men’s soccer team that won three Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships. Thomas received a Masters of Arts in Human Communication from the University of Denver in 2005. Thomas has also held an “A” License from the United States Soccer Federation since July 2004.

Kimberly

Shawn

BRANDAO

BURKE

• Assistant Coach •

• Assistant Coach • FOURTH SEASON

FOURTH SEASON

@UBCoachBurke Shawn Burke is in his fifth year as assistant coach with the University at Buffalo women’s soccer team. Burke is the Bulls recruiting coordinator and liaison to academic services. While helping with day-to-day operations and field sessions, Burke specifically works with the defense and goalkeepers who posted a program-record 12 shutouts in 2011. Burke joined UB after serving as an assistant coach for the Canisius College men’s soccer team for two seasons. Burke was a standout player at Mercyhurst College from 1998-2002, winning 5 straight GLIAC Championships. In 2002, Burke was named Great Lakes Conference Defensive Player of the year. He was also a three-time first-team All-Conference and two-time All-Region player selection. In his final year of play at Mercyhurst, Burke helped lead the Lakers to the Division II Final Four and the school’s first and only #1 national ranking. Burke graduated from Mercyhurst in 2002 with a degree in elementary education and is currently finishing up his Master’s at UB in Higher Education Administration. Burke holds an “A” License from the United States Soccer Federation as well as a National Youth License and currently works with the local Black Watch Soccer Club.

Kimberly Brandao enters her fifth year as an assistant coach with the University at Buffalo women’s soccer team, in charge of coordinating road trips and game-day operation. Brandao joined UB while in the midst of an extensive professional career having recently finished her first season with the W-League’s WNY Flash. Playing defense for the Flash, Kimberly made two starts and had an assist for the season as the team won the Women’s Professional Soccer league title in 2011. Prior to joining her current squad, Brandao played the summer seasons with Jersey Sky Blue (2007-2008) and New Jersey Wildcats (2004) of the W-League. Brandao also brings international playing experience having played for Falkopings KIK in Sweden after the WLeague’s 2007 season, and for C.F. Puebla in 2008 in Spain’s women’s first division. Brandao currently plays for the Portuguese National Team where she was recently a co-captain for the 2009 Algarve Cup. Brandao was a stand out defender for Rutgers University from 2002-2006 where she was a two-year captain, and two-year MVP for the Scarlet Knights. She was a four-time BIG EAST selection and helped lead the team to their highest ever national ranking of 11. A native of Rahway, NJ, Brandao currently resides in Buffalo. She has a sister, Lissette and a brother, Paulo.

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES Megan

ABMAN

• Midfield/Forward •

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JUNIOR • 5-4 DENVER, CO/COLORADO ACADEMY

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Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2010 19 8 18 3 0 6 2011 Redshirted - Stats Do Not Count Toward Career Totals 2012 19 1 6 0 0 0 2013 - - - - - Totals 38 9 24 3 0 6 2012: Played in all 19 games as an attacking midfielder and forward... made one start... took six shots for the season. 2011: Appeared in two games before missing the rest of the season with an injury... received a redshirt... before her injury, she assisted on the eventual game-winning goal and scored a goal of her own in a 2-0 win over Colgate (8/31). 2010: Was a super-sub off the bench for the Bulls, providing aggressive offensive abilities and a nose for the goal... appeared in all 19 games, starting eight of them... tied for the team lead in goals, with three... scored the game-winning goal for her first career score in a win over St. Bonaventure (9/3)... netted the team’s lone goal in a loss to Robert Morris (9/12)... opened the team’s scoring in a 4-3 loss against MAC rival Miami (OH) (9/26). High School: Played for Arsenal Colorado in club soccer... was a member of the Colorado Olympic Development Pool... helped her team qualify for the state tournament and was named all-conference in the process... an academic standout who was on the honor roll every trimester at Colorado Academy. Personal: Parents are Stephen and Carolyn Abman...has an older sister, Lauren, an older brother, Ryan and a twin brother, Mark...planning to major in Psychology with a minor in philosophy.

Rachel

COOK

• Defense •

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SOPHOMORE • 5-4 BUFFALO, NY / WILLIAMSVILLE SOUTH

Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2012 0 0 0 0 0 0 2013 - - - - - Totals 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012: Did not appear in any games as a freshman. High School: Was named second team All-Western New York and All-Conference her senior year... spent the early part of her prep education at Christian Central High School, where she was a three-time IAC All-Star selection while racking up 104 goals in her freshman, sophomore and junior years alone... played for the local Blackwatch Soccer Club and the U18 Buffalo Soccer Academy... won a state tite with the Buffalo Soccer Academy... also played basketball. Personal: Born March 19, 1994...parents are Mark and Melissa...has one brother, Matthew, and one sister, Sarah... undecided on a major but hopes to go into a field where she can work with children... her interests outside of soccer include snowboarding, running, traveling, and surfing... favorite athlete is US soccer national team member Megan Rapinoe... favorite TV show is Friday Night Lights... did volunteer work for the TOPS Soccer Program.

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES Lauren

COVIELLO

• Midfield •

25

SENIOR • 5-8 PARKER, CO • PONDEROSA

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Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2010 19 18 7 0 0 0 2011 9 1 1 0 0 0 2012 15 4 5 0 0 0 2013 - - - - - Totals 43 23 13 0 0 0 2012: Made a successful return from injury to be a productive reserve, playing in 15 games and making four starts... took five shots. 2011: Was a major reserve in the midfield before suffering a season-ending injury... appeared in nine games, making one start. 2010: Used her size and strength to control the tempo in the midfield... led the freshman class in starts, with 18, to go along with playing in every game for the team... took seven shots for the season. High School: Played for REAL Soccer Club in Highlands Ranch, Colorado... helped the team to an appearance in the 2009 State Cup finals. For Ponderosa HS, she won All-Conference in 2007, 2008, and 2009... named Honorable Mention All-State for her 2009 season. named to the Colorado All-State First Team for academics. Personal: Born August 5, 1992...parents are Mike and Patty... has one brother, Chris... also enjoys playing football and tennis...the reason she chose UB was because of the academics, campus setting and the potential of the team... other schools she considered were Cornell, Drake, Carnegie Mellon and Trinity University...majoring in Engineering.

Megan

GIESEN

• Midfield •

21

JUNIOR • 5-3 STRONGSVILLE, OHIO • STRONGSVILLE

Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2011 18 12 17 2 1 5 2012 19 5 12 0 2 2 2013 - - - - - Totals 37 17 29 2 3 7 2012: Returned from an injury late in the 2011 season to be back in time for the opening match... played in all 19 games and made five starts in the midfield... took 12 shots... assisted on both goals of a 2-1 win over Bowling Green, setting up the tying goal in the 55th minute and the game-winner in the 80th minute of the comeback win (10/12). 2011: Stepped up big when it mattered most, scoring two goals and adding an assist this season... took 17 shots (seven on goal)... appeared in 18 games before a season-ending injury, making 12 starts... scored a sudden-death goal in overtime to help the Bulls to a 1-0 win over Canisius in the Big Four Classic title game (9/18)... played a perfect through ball to classmate Katie Roberts for a game-winning goal against Western Michigan (10/9)... scored the game-tying goal in the 88th minute to help the team salvage a 1-1 tie late in the season against Ohio (10/21)... named to the Mid-American Conference’s All-Freshman team. High School: Played for Cleveland FC soccer team... was the starting center midfielder for the seven-time state cup winner... Her 2009 team went on to win the regional championship, giving them a national third place finish... a three year starter for Strongsville High School serving as a team captain... named 1st team all Conference, and 2nd team All greater Cleveland area... she has been a member of the Ohio North Olympic Development team, as well as the Region II team... traveled with the 93 Olympic regional II team to Holland and to Portugal representing the USA.... named Top Drawer Soccer’s Player to Watch. Personal: Born April 26, 1993... parents are Skip and Lisa... has one sister, Brittany... also played basketball for Strongsville High School... favorite athlete is women’s national soccer team member Lauren Cheney... her favorite music is country... chose UB over Bowling Green, Ohio, West Virginia and Ohio State... lists her greatest athletic achievement as going to club nationals.

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES Courtney

GROSS

• Midfield/Defense •

18

SENIOR • 5-3 EAST MEADOW, NY • EAST MEADOW HS

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Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2010 19 15 9 0 0 0 2011 21 12 4 0 0 0 2012 19 16 7 0 0 0 2013 - - - - - Totals 59 43 20 0 0 0 2012: Continued to develop into a premiere role playing, spending time on offense, defense, and in the midfield... played in all 19 games and started in a career-high 16 games... took seven shots. 2011: Made a successful transition from attacking midfielder to defender, appearing in every game while making 12 starts... took four shots, two on goal. 2010: Developed into one of the team’s most reliable option on offense, switching between midfield and attack... made 19 appearances and 15 starts... took nine total shots. High School: A five-year letter winner and two-year captain at East Meadow under head coach Adam Hananel...earned All-County and All-State Award in her senior season...also played three years for HBC (former Stony Brook) Arsenal for Tim Hearney. Personal: Born February 28, 1992..parents are Allen and Donna...has two sisters, Marissa and Gillian... her sister Gillian is her identical twin, and currently plays for MAC rival Akron... lists her greatest athletic influence as her sister...favorite musical group is Paramore...favorite food is macaroni and cheese...major is undecided.

Jackie

HALL

• Midfield •

5

REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE • 5-6 BRUNSWICK, OH • BRUNSWICK

Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2011 21 5 8 0 1 1 2012 2 2 2 0 0 0 2013 - - - - - Totals 23 7 10 0 1 1 2012: Started in the first two games of the season before injury sidelined her the rest of the way... her hard-nosed play in the midfield was missed, but she will likely earn a redshirt and have three more years of eligibility remaining. 2011: Found her groove mid-way through the season and blossomed into a physical defensive midfielder... came in late in the season after an injury and made three straight starts... started five games in total and appeared in every game... took eight shots and put three on goal. Previous School: Attended Cuyahoga Community College for one year. High School: Played for the Penine Soccer Club for five years, leading it to one state cup final appearance... named to the All Sun South girls soccer team... was the Brunswick Team MVP after scoring 14 goals in her senior season... named NCOC 1st Team All Conference for four straight years... member of the All Gazette Girls Soccer team. Personal: Born January 8, 1993...parents are Brian and Julie...has two sisters, Natasha and Madison... chose UB over fellow MAC members Toledo and Miami (OH) because of the campus environment... enjoys camping and hiking... her greatest athletic achievement is scoring two goals in the final two minutes of a game to salvage a tie... plans to major in photography.

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES N’Dea

JOHNSON

• Forward •

2

SOPHOMORE • 5-4 BALDWIN, NY • BALDWIN SENIOR HS

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Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2011 Redshirted - Stats Do Not Count Toward Career Totals 2012 17 3 14 0 1 1 2013 - - - - - Totals 17 3 14 0 1 1 2012: Came off a redshirt to play in 17 games, starting three on the offensive attack... emerged as an explosive athlete who was not afraid to strike from anywhere in the attacking third... took 14 shots on goal... assisted on the game-tying goal against Northern Illinois for her first career point (9/30). 2011: Did not appear in any games... redshirted. High School: Played club soccer for East Meadow Express and high school soccer for Baldwin, where she helped lead her teams to being a conference finalist and to the State Cup Semi-Final in 2010... her high school honors include spots on the All Conference, All Classification and All County teams... a two year varsity captain... also played lacrosse and ran track. Personal: Born October 5, 1993...parents are Wayne and Pamela...has one brother, Isaiah... chose UB over LaSalle, Long Island and Rhode Island because of the physical therapy program and the environment on campus... lists her father as her non-sports hero... her goal is to leave Buffalo as the all-time leading scorer.

Natalie

JURISEVIC

• Defense •

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SENIOR • 5-7 BURLINGTON, ONTARIO • ASSUMPTION

Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2010 18 13 1 0 0 0 2011 21 18 4 0 0 0 2012 19 18 7 0 1 1 2013 - - - - - Totals 58 49 12 0 1 1 2012: Anchored a standout defense, and used her athleticism to boost the offense... played in all 19 games, and made 18 starts... attempted a career-high seven shots... recorded her first career point on the road at Ball State, assisting on Courtney Mann’s goal (9/21). 2011: An athletic defender who showed great promise bringing the ball up the field... appeared in every game and made 18 starts... attempted four shots. 2010: Came on strong in the second half of the season, providing speed and athleticism as an attacking defender... appeared in 18 games and made 13 starts... missed scoring the potential game-winning goal late in a loss to Toledo (10/17). High School: Captained the Burlington Sting, one of the most successful club teams in the country... won the OYSL Championship as well as the Ontario Cup in the last two years... named the Most Valuable Player on her high school team and the school’s Athlete of the Year... also plays basketball and volleyball. Personal: Born May 11, 1992... parents are Frank and Danielle... has two brothers, Gregory and Robert... volunteered for H.O.P.E. to build homes in the Dominican Republic...favorite foods are spaghetti and cheesecake... hobbies include swimming, rollerblading, hiking and reading... Management major.

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES Kassidy

KIDD

• Midfield •

11

SOPHOMORE • 5-5 NIAGARA FALLS, ONTARIO • A.N. MYER SECONDARY

2013 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO WOMEN’S SOCCER

Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2012 16 7 19 0 0 0 2013 - - - - - Totals 16 7 19 0 0 0 2012: Was a top contributor on offense, and will likely slide into a starting role in the midfield in 2012... played in 16 games and made seven starts... took 19 shots, ranking sixth on the team. High School: Played for coach Joanne Thomson at A.N. Myer Secondary School, serving as captain... was the team’s leading scorer and lead the team to a zone championship and SOSSA finalist as a senior... also played basketball, volleyball, and ran cross country for the Marauders... cocaptain of the Ontario Youth Soccer League’s Oakville Titans for 2011 and ‘12... led her club team to the Ontario Cup Champions in 2012... OYSL West League runner up in 2011 and ‘12... with Hamilton FC, led the club to the W-League Central Conference Semi-Final round in 2012... was a member of Team Ontario from 2008-2010 and in ranked in the top 10 in her graduating class... serving as the co-captain in 2008, she won the U14 national championship with Team Ontario. Personal: Born March 11, 1994... daughter of David and Dawn... has one brother, Kyle, and one sister, Korie... will major in exercise science, with the career goal of becoming a physiotherapist and eventually coach soccer... favorite athletes are Alex Morgan, Christine Sinclair, and Wayne Rooney... chose UB over Florida International, MAC rival Central Michigan, and Florida Gulf Coast... chose number 11 because it has been her go-to number since starting out in the sport at age four... dream vacation destination is Ireland and Wales... the best advice she ever received was to “embrace change & learn to forgive.”

Kerrianne

MADIGAN

• Midfield/Forward •

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JUNIOR • 5-7 HICKSVILLE, NY • SUNY ALBANY (HICKSVILLE HS)

Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2012 5 0 0 0 0 0 2013 - - - - - Totals 5 0 0 0 0 0 2012: Played in five games off the bench. Previous School: Attended the University at Albany, where she tallied one assist and appeared in seven games during her freshman season. High School: Five-year varsity starter... Senior captain for the Comets... Totaled four goals and four assists as a senior... Named all-classification as a senior and all-county as a junior... Hicksville’s leading goal scorer as a freshman with 10 goals and four assists... Garnered all-conference and scholar-athlete accolades that season... member of the National Honor Society and the National Art Honor Society... participated in the Ecology Club and Athletes Helping Others... competed for the Albertson Fury Soccer Club where her team won the U17 Eastern New York State Cup, and she finished in the top four in the Region I regionals... also ran track for Hicksville. Personal: Born November 27, 1993… Daughter of Dennis and Barbara Madigan... will major in occupational therapy... favorite TV show is How I Met Your Mother... favorite movie is 500 Days of Summer... also enjoy photography... favorite athlete is US Soccer National Team member Shannon Boxx... If she could be on any reality show, it would be The Price is Right... also recruited by West Point, Kutztown, and LaSalle, but picked UB because of the occupational therapy program... favorite quote is from Wayne Gretzky: “You miss 100% of the shots you never take.”

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES Courtney

MANN

• Midfield •

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JUNIOR • 5-5 BUFFALO, NY • FRONTIER

2013 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO WOMEN’S SOCCER

Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2011 21 21 18 0 1 1 2012 19 18 19 2 1 5 2013 - - - - - Totals 40 39 37 2 2 6 2012: Embraced her new role as an offensive threat, finishing with five points... took 19 shots... assisted on the game-winning goal against Robert Morris (9/14)... scored her first collegiate goal on the road at Ball State, knocking home a rebound (9/21)... scored the game-winning goal off a penalty kick in a critical road match at Ohio (10/7). 2011: Was the team energizer on the field, providing scrappy play in the midfield with hard tackles and 50-50 ball wins... one of only two players on the team to start in all 19 games... took 15 shots, putting eight on goal... assisted on Katie Roberts’ goal against Toledo in the conference semifinal round (11/4). High School: Joins UB after a prolific prep career at Frontier high school... started for all six years on the varsity squad and was team captain for four years... for her Empire United Soccer Club team, she won a state cup championship and a US Club National Championship... she has been a constant member of the New York Olympic development team as well as the Region One Olympic development pool... named to All Western New York team as a Junior and a Senior... first team ECIC for three years... All State as a sophomore, junior and senior... a member of the National Honor society and has been on the High Honor Roll since her freshman year. Personal: Born December 17, 1992...parents are Gary and Celine...has three sisters - Lindsey, Caitlin and Rachael... also enjoys playing hockey... chose UB over Colgate, Niagara and Canisius... has done volunteer work for the American Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity... her greatest athletic experience is winning the US Club National championship.

Kristin

MARKIEWICZ

• Defense •

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SOPHOMORE • 5-8 ERIE, PA • HARBOR CREEK

Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2012 19 16 11 2 0 4 2013 - - - - - Totals 19 16 11 2 0 4 2012: Found her place on a vetern back line, playing in all 19 games on defense and making 16 starts... named to the Mid-American Conference’s All-Freshman team... made her first career college appearance a memorable one, scoring a goal in the first game of the season versus Colgate (8/17)... scored the game-tying goal off a corner kick in a win over Bowling Green (10/12). High School: Captain of Harbor Creek high school for two seasons... led the Huskies to a 21-3 record as a senior... Region 6 Player of the Year 2010 ... named All-State, and a two time District 10 All Star while leading the team to the 2011 District 10 championship... as a member of the Erie Admirals Soccer Club, she participated in the 2011 US Club nationals in Boise, Idaho and has participated in the Olympic Development program at the state and regional levels culminating in an invitation to Florida for the inter-regional event at the end of 2011... also competed for the track and field team, finishing sixth in the state in the triple jump. Personal: Born July 23, 1994... daughter of Paul and Mindy... has one brother, Ryan, and one sister, Ashley... will major in pharmacology... favorite athletes are David Beckham and Alex Morgan... enjoys shopping and traveling... favorite TV shows are Full House, Four Weddings, and Make it or Break it.

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES Karen

MCMAHON

• Forward •

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SENIOR • 5-6 BUFFALO, NY • CLEVELAND HILL

2013 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO WOMEN’S SOCCER

Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2010 18 2 15 0 0 0 2011 19 2 16 2 2 6 2012 9 0 4 0 0 0 2013 - - - - - Totals 46 4 35 2 2 6 2012: Played in nine games... took four shots. 2011: Provided a legitimate scoring threat off the bench, scoring two goals and adding two assists as a reserve... scored when the team needed it most, with both goals coming in 1-0 wins... took 16 total shots (eight on goal)... scored the game’s only goal in the 44th minute of a win over Bucknell (8/26)... broke through a physical IPFW defense, scoring in the 71st minute of a 1-0 Buffalo win (9/11)... assisted on Aubrey Stahl’s game-tying goal against Eastern Michigan (10/2)... played a perfect cross to set up Katie Kerr’s goal in the 45th minute of a 3-2 win over Western Michigan (10/9). 2010: Was one of the team’s fastest players and has the potential to be one of the best attacking forwards on the team... was a super-sub for the coaching staff, appearing in 18 games and making two starts... put 15 shots on goal, fourth-most on the team despite coming off the bench for most of the season. High School: A four-year letter winner and two-year captain at Cleveland Hill High School...named MVP and named to the ECIC All-Star Team in 2008-2009...also ran cross country... won a State Cup Championship in 2009 and the USC National Championship in 2008 with the Empire United Soccer Club. Personal: Born August 15, 1992...parents are Patrick and Cara...has two brothers, Connor and Ian...favorite athlete is Cristiano Ronaldo... favorite movie is Finding Nemo...chose Buffalo because of its large campus and great architecture school...plans to major in urban planning.

Sarah

MOORE

• Goalkeeper •

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SOPHOMORE • 5-7 ORCHARD PARK, NY • ORCHARD PARK

Career Statistics Year GP/GS S/GA SV% GAA SO MIN 2011 Redshirted - Stats Do Not Count Toward Career Totals 2012 3/1 15/4 .789 2.28 0 158:03 Totals 3/1 15/4 .789 2.28 0 158:03 2012: Played in three games and made one start as the team’s backup goalie... made her first career appearance as an injury replacement against Toledo (9/28)... made her first career start a memorable one, allowing just one goal and making 11 saves in a 1-1 double overtime tie against Northern Illinois (9/30)... played in the final 20 minutes of a game at Central Michigan (10/14). 2011: Did not appear in any games... will redshirt. High School: Played for Orchard Park high school and the Niagara Premier Soccer Club... during her time competing for the Quakers, she has been named first team ECIC and named the team MVP... helped lead the team to a top 20 state ranking... will leave high school after leading the ECIC in shutouts... led the team to a 11-2-2 record and allowed only five goals in 1240 minutes between the pipes... also played basketball... played club soccer for the Delaware Invaders, Niagara United Wolves and the Saltfleet Strikers. Personal: Born January 27, 1993...parents are Scott and Cindy...has one brother, Zachary... chose UB over John Carroll, Buffalo State and SUNY Brockport... enjoys watching reality TV, and if she could be on any reality show it would be Big Brother... her greatest athletic experience is making a clutch save to help her team win the NICAP Tournament... plans to major in legal studies with the hope of one day becoming a police officer.

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES Katie

ROBERTS

• Midfield/Forward •

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JUNIOR • 5-5 HOMERVILLE, OH • CLOVERLEAF

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Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2011 21 17 42 7 4 18 2012 18 9 26 3 1 7 2013 - - - - - Totals 39 26 68 10 5 25 2012: Tied for the team lead in goals, with three... played in 18 games and made nine starts... took 26 shots, tied for third on the team... scored the game-winning goal against rival Canisius (8/23)... scored her second goal in the very next game, serving as the only goal in a 1-1 tie at St. Bonaventure (8/26)... assisted on the game-winning goal against Robert Morris (9/14)... scored the team’s lone goal against St. Francis (9/16). 2011: Led the team in goals and assists... named to All-MAC Freshman Team... appeared in every game, with a starting nod in 15 matches... took 35 total shots (18 on goal)... recorded her first career point with an assist against Colgate (8/31)... had a hand in all three goals of a 3-0 win over Temple, with a goal and two assists (9/9)... scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Niagara (9/16)... scored the game-tying and game-winning goals in a crucial 3-2 comeback win over Western Michigan (10/9)... found Aubrey Stahl for the game-winning goal in the 87th minute late in the season in a 1-0 win over Akron... scored in the 16th minute against Toledo in the team’s conference semifinal match. High School: As a sophomore, made All Ohio 2nd team, Suburban League 1st team, All District 1st team, All county 1st team, Daily Record player of the year and 1st team and the Beacon Journal All Star team... as a junior she made the All Ohio 1st team, All District 1st team, Suburban League 1st team, Daily Record 1st team and All county 1st team... also as a junior, she broke record for amount of goals in a season, with 30... as a senior she made the All Ohio 1st team, All District 1st team, Suburban League 1st team, Daily Record 1st team... broke four year scoring record with 83 career goals... joins teammate Megan Giesen at Buffalo from their Cleveland FC club team... playing as a center midfielder and a forward, she is a three-time member of the Ohio North Olympic Development team. Personal: Born June 25, 1993...parents are Rick and Sondra...has two brothers, Timmy and Brady... was also recruited by Minnesota, Marshall and fellow MAC schools Central Michigan and Miami (OH)... her grandfather played in the St. Louis Cardinals’ minor league system... lists her greatest athletic achievement as winning the Midwest Regional Club title.

Sophie

THERIEN

• Defense •

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JUNIOR • 5-4 KIRKLAND, QUEBEC • SHATTUCK ST. MARY’S

Career Statistics Year GP GS Sh G A Pts 2011 21 13 17 1 2 4 2012 17 14 10 0 1 1 2013 - - - - - Totals 38 27 27 1 3 5 2012: Played in 17 games and made 14 starts on the defensive back line... took 10 shots for the season... was a key contributor to the offense’s set plays... set up the game-tying goal off her corner kick, in an eventual win over MAC East rival Bowling Green (10/12). 2011: Brought a big leg and a dangerous long-distance threat to the offense... was the team’s top attacking defender, constantly winning the ball on defense and showing a great passing touch... scored a goal and added two assists... appeared in every game, making 13 starts... started off her career in Buffalo on a high note, knocking home a free kick from over 20 yards out in the 104th minute to lead the team to a 1-0 win over Binghamton in the season opener (8/19)... assisted on the game-winning goal in overtime against Canisius... took 17 shots (six on goal). High School: Member of the under-18 soccer team playing left back, center back and center midfield at Shattuck St. Mary’s boarding school... split her time between the Canadian National team program and LAC- St-Louis Lakers club in her native Ontario... was part of the Canadian under-17 national team that won the CONCACAF under-17 championships... started at left back and played 90 minutes for the team in the CONCACAF final... all in all, she has 10 appearances for the Canadian national team program, with five coming in official matches and five coming in exhibitions.

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES Ainsley

WHELDON

• Goalkeeper • SENIOR • 5-4 WATERLOO, ONTARIO • BLUEVALE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE

Career Statistics Year GP/GS S/GA SV% GAA 2010 16/15 96/34 .738 2.30 2011 21/21 139/17 .891 0.79 2012 18/18 76/20 .792 1.12 2013 - - - - Totals 55/54 311/71 .814 1.31

SO MIN 1 1332:28 10 1934:58 4 1611:56 - 15 4879:22

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2012: Continues to climb the lists of every major record in program history after another solid season between the pipes... started in 18 games and played 1,612 minutes (eighth most in a single season in program history)... made 76 saves, and became one of just six UB goalies to ever go over the 300 career saves mark... posted a 1.12 goals-against average, lowering her career average to 1.31 (sixth lowest all-time)... managed four shutouts, the seventh most in a single season in program history... made three saves in a 2-0 shutout of rival Canisius (8/23)... made six saves in a double overtime tie at St. Bonaventure (8/26)... shut out Robert Morris with three saves (9/14)... led the team to a crucial conference win, making three saves in a shutout of MAC East rival Ohio (10/7)... kept the team’s tournament hopes alive with a 1-0 shutout win over Western Michigan, tying a season high with seven saves (10/21). 2011: Emerged as not just the top goalie in the conference, but in the nation, setting multiple program single-season records along the way... earned MAC Defensive Player of the Week Honors three times (8/29, 9/20, 10/30)... started every game and played in 1935 of the team’s 1999 total minutes, 24th most in the country and the highest minute total in program history... had ten shutouts and started the first 71 minutes of another shutout, setting another program record for most shutouts in a single season... only 26 Division I teams had more shutouts than her... had a save percentage of .891... her save percentage was the highest by any goalie in the country with 95 saves or more... had a streak of seven shutouts in eight games, allowing only three total goals in the non-conference season... she had to work for her shutouts as well, facing 314 shots and making 126 saves, 30 more than the second place goalie in the category in the MAC... her 139 stops were the 4th most in program history, and she ranked second nationally in saves... had four games with 10 or more saves, including two games with 14 saves (which ranks in the top 20 for most saves in a single game by a UB goalie)... posted a goals-against average of 0.79, the third best in program history... was a brick wall in the team’s seven overtime games, making nine saves and allowing no goals in extra time, helping the team to a 3-0-4 record in those games... made 10 saves in a shutout of Central Michigan (9/30)... made five of her 11 total saves in overtime to lead the team to a scoreless tie against Ball State (10/14)... stepped up when it mattered most, making 14 saves in a 1-0 shutout of Akron in the second to last game of the year (10/23)... ranked first in the Mid-American Conference in saves, shutouts and saves per game, also ranking in the top three in goals-against average and second in save percentage. 2010: Stepped in as an injury replacement and blossomed into a consistent performer in the net... made 96 saves, 16th most in a single season in program history despite missing the final three games due to injury... finished second in the MAC in both total saves and saves per game, and 10th in save percentage... recorded the team’s lone shutout of the season in a 0-0 tie with Western Michigan (10/3)... had four double-digit save games, including a season-high 12 saves against Central Michigan (10/8). High School: Played under head coach Valeria Leconte at Bluevale Collegiate Institute, captaining the team for two seasons...also played for the Burlington Sting...owned the lowest Goals Against Average in the OYSL in 2009...also played volleyball. Personal: Born March 26, 1992... parents are Mike and Kellie... has one sister, Cassie...favorite food is Sushi... hobbies include song writing, playing guitar, snowboarding and yoga... chose UB because of its Exercise Science program and the soccer team... would like to set the school record for most shutouts... plans to major in exercise science.

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES McKenzie

WHITE

• Goalkeeper •

Year GP/GS 2011 3/0 2012 0/0 2013 - Totals 3/0

JUNIOR • 5-4 FLOWER MOUND, TX • SHATTUCK ST. MARY’S

Career Statistics S/GA SV% GAA SO 5/0 1.000 0.00 0 0/0 .000 0.00 0 - - - - 5/0 1.000 0.00 0

MIN 63:38 0:00 63:38

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2012: Did not appear in any matches. 2011: Was the team’s backup goalie, stepping into three games and shutting down the opposition... made five saves in her 64 total minutes between the pipes, allowing no goals... saw her season debut against Temple, preserving the shutout with two saves (9/9)... filled in as an injury sub and earned the victory after shutting down a high-powered Miami (OH) offense with two major saves over 21 minutes in a 1-0 overtime win (9/25)... came in again as a sub, playing 38 minutes of shutout ball to help Buffalo come from behind to beat Western Michigan (10/2). High School: Member of the under-18 soccer team playing in goal at Shattuck St. Mary’s boarding school... served as the team captain for two seasons... was named the team’s MVP in her senior season... played for the Dallas Texans Soccer Club for five years. Personal: Born April 6, 1993...parents are David and Michelle...has one brother, Mathew, and one sister, Meagan... her favorite quote is “It takes chances to make changes”... volunteered at Christian Community Action (CCA)... if she could visit anywhere in the world, it would be Australia... also enjoys playing basketball... will major in exercise science.

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FIRST-YEAR PLAYER PROFILES CELINA CARRERO

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FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD • - • NEWBURGH, NY / NEWBURGH FREE ACADEMY High School: Leaves Newburgh Free Academy as the school’s all-time leading goal scorer... five year varsity team member... four-time varsity team captain... third team All-State... AllConference and All-District... played for Quickstrike Soccer Club team, leading the team in goals and assists en route to earning team MVP.

Personal: Born July 7, 1995..parents are Marc and Jenifer... has one brother, Marc...lists her favorite athletes as Lionel Messi and Alex Morgan...favorite musical group is The Fray... favorite TV shows are Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Friends... major is Physical Therapy.

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JENNIFER COLVIN FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD • 5-1 • ALDEN, NY / IROQUOIS High School: First team All-ECIC for three straight years... twotime member of the All-Western New York 2nd team... won a state championship with Empire Revolution Club team... member of the Western New York Olympic Development Team... earned four letters and was captain for two seasons at Iroquois... fifth most career points in program history... also earned three letters in basketball, and sits in second for career three pointers for the Chiefs.

Personal: Born September 29, 1995... daughter of George and Jill... has one brother, Shawn, and two sisters, Amanda and Lia... enjoys swimming and biking... favorite athletes are Abby Wambach and Lionel Messi... enjoys listening to country music... dream vacation destinations are Italy, Spain, or Ireland.

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ASHLEY EVANS

#20

FRESHMAN • DEFENSE • 5-10 • FORT COLLINS, CO / FORT COLLINS High School: Started at center back for the U18 Arsenal Colorado Gold team that ranked 11th in the nation... helped the team win two consecutive State Cup titles... led her club team to the Region IV semifinals in 2012... led her Fort Collins High School team to the state high school tournament... served as team captain for three seasons, and led the team to a 12-0-4 record as a senior... also had a successful basketball career, leading her team to a state final four appearance and was honored on the All-Conference team.

Personal: Born July 10, 1995... daughter of Dave Evans and Jane Evans-Davis... has two brothers - Robby and Michael, and two sisters - Tea and Kelley... favorite music artist is Kid Cudi... also was recruited by Stony Brook, UNLV, Cornell, and Canisius... chose UB because of the food and the culture of the city... dream vacation destination is the Dominican Republic... goal as a college athlete is to help the team advance further in the conference tournament than ever before.

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ANGEL HART

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FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD • - • MONTCLAIR, NJ / MONTCLAIR High School: Won Essex County championships and state sectional titles in 2011 and 2012... had a 22-1-1 record in 2011, winning the Super Essex Conference-American Division crown, the Essex County Tournament title and the North Jersey, Section I, Group 4 championship... All-Essex County third team in 2011... Super Essex Conference-American Division’s all-league second team... won 2012 Essex County and NJSIAA sectional championships... played club soccer in the prestigious ECNL for the Players Development Academy... won six state cups with PDA, and the team was a four-time regional finalist and finished in the top ten of the ECNL three times.

Personal: Born June 2, 1995..parents are Lawrence and Kathleen...has two sisters and one brother, Maggie, Sonja and Rocket...lists her favorite movie as 10 Things I Hate About You...favorite food is Sushi...favorite TV shows are Friends, Lost and Gossip Girls...major is undecided.

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FIRST-YEAR PLAYER PROFILES KORI HUGHES

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FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD/DEFENSE • 5-6 • NEWARK, NY / MIDLAKES Personal: Born May 17, 1995... daughter of Lawrence and Mary... has one brother, Travis, and four sisters - Ryanne and Kylee Hughes, Randi Proukou, and Ashley Sirtoli... will major in exercise science, with the career goal of becoming a physical therapist... enjoys running and biking... favorite athletes are Megan Rapinoe and Lionel Messi... was also recruited by Northeastern and Memphis... favorite movie is The Perks of Being a Wallflower... chose UB because of the exercise science program.

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DANA LYTLE

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High School: Won four state cups with her Revolution Empire Soccer Club under coach Liz Masterson, also participating in the Region I tournament... named to the All-State first team twice... two-time member of the All-Greater Rochester First Team... first team All-League four times... named team MVP for three straight seasons... Daily Record’s First Team... owns the school records for goals (30) and assists (12) in a season... three time Section V champion in track, with the pentathalon and long jump events... owns school record in the pentathalon and 4x800 relay... earned 12 total letters (four in soccer, 10 in track, one in cross country).

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FRESHMAN • FORWARD/MIDFIELD • 5-5 • MARTINSVILLE, NJ / BRIDGEWATER-RARITON High School: Four-year varsity member at BridgewaterRariton, captain for one season... led the team in scoring as a junior... named the team’s captain as a senior... second team All-Conference... played with fellow UB classmate Andrea Niper at New Jersey Spartans club team under coach Dominic Rice... PDA Tournament champions in her junior year.

Personal: Born May 15, 1995... daughter of Carole Lytle and Mark Livermore... has three sisters, Julia, Melanie, and Madison... will major in speech pathology with the goal of working in special education and becoming fluent in sign language... favorite athlete is Fernando Torres... served as a volunteer at Bridgewater Animal Shelter and Green Knoll nursing home... dream vacation destination is Italy... lists her grandmother as her non-sports hero.

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ANDREA NIPER

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FRESHMAN • DEFENSE • - • PRINCETON, NJ / MONTGOMERY High School: Named second team All-State and first team All-Area as a senior... 2012 Somerset County Finals MVP... first team All-Conference as a junior... played for the Jersey United Spartans soccer club... National Honors Society member.

Personal: Born June 11, 1995... Daughter of Cheryl Ziegler and Dave Niper... Has one sister, Casey... Her favorite foods are mashed potatoes, cheetos and gummy bears... Lists her favorite movies as Forgetting Sarah Marshall and We’re the Millers... Enjoys listening to country music and her favorite band is A Day to Remember... Majoring in economics.

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ALANA OLIVIERI

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FRESHMAN • GOALKEEPER • - • SPENCERPORT, NY / OUR LADY OF MERCY High School: High School: Had a save percentage of .910 over her three seasons, which led her division... two-time captain... 2011 and 2012 Private Parochial first team... member of the New York West Olympic Development Program.

Personal: Born May 26, 1995..daughter of John and Val...has one sister, Marissa...lists her favorite athlete as Hope Solo... favorite hobby is snowboarding...favorite movie is She’s The Man...major is Accounting.

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COLORADO NEW JERSEY NEW YORK WNY/BUFFALO GREATER NYC AREA OHIO ONTARIO, CANADA QUEBEC, CANADA PENNSYLVANIA TEXAS

Megan Abman Lauren Coviello Ashley Evans Dana Lytle Andrea Niper Angel Hart Jennifer Colvin Kori Hughes Courtney Mann Karen McMahon Sarah Moore Alana Olivieri Courtney Gross Kerrianne Madigan N’Dea Johnson Celina Carrero Jackie Hall Katie Roberts Megan Giesen Ainsley Wheldon Natalie Jurisevic Kassidy Kidd Sophie Therien Kristin Markiewicz

SENIORS (5):

Ainsley Wheldon Lauren Coviello Courtney Gross Karen McMahon Natalie Jurisevic

JUNIORS (7):

Megan Abman (Redshirt) Katie Roberts McKenzie White Courtney Mann Megan Giesen Sophie Therien Kerrianne Madigan

SOPHOMORES (6):

Jackie Hall (Redshirt) Kassidy Kidd Kristin Markiewicz Rachel Cook Sarah Moore (Redshirt) N’Dea Johnson (Redshirt)

FRESHMAN (8):

McKenzie White

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN

Celina Carrero Jennifer Colvin Ashley Evans Angel Hart Kori Hughes Dana Lytle Andrea Niper Alana Oliveri

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PROGRAM RECORDS Year-By-Year Records Year Division III 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 Division II 1988 1989 1990 Division I 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

Record

Conf. Rec

Home

Away

Neutral

GF

GA

PCT

Head Coach

8-4-1 9-5-2 8-10-0 8-9-0 14-5-2 10-5-3

--- --- --- --- --- ---

5-3-0 8-2-1 4-7-0 6-4-0 9-4-1 6-2-0

3-1-1 0-3-1 4-3-0 2-5-0 5-1-1 3-3-2

0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1

34 52 42 45 53 49

20 15 35 41 23 19

.654 .625 .444 .471 .714 .639

Michelle Barczak Michelle Barczak Janet Bumpus Ron Case Ron Case Ron Case

12-5-1 9-6-1 9-5-1

--- --- ---

7-1-0 4-1-1 4-1-0

4-4-1 2-4-0 5-4-1

1-0-0 3-1-0 0-0-0

51 37 29

11 19 22

.694 .594 .633

Ron Case Ron Case Ron Case

.278 .417 .542 .382 .700 .500 .306 .611 .711 .691 .500 .475 .575 .395 .333 .444 .421 .333 .184 .105 .667 .289 - .495

Ron Case Ron Case Ron Case Ron Case Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Jean-A. Tassy Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Michael Thomas Michael Thomas

2-6-1 --- 7-10-1 --- 6-5-1 --- 5-9-3 --- 9-3-3 --- 8-8-3 --- 5-12-1 --- 10-6-2 3-5-2 13-5-1 7-4-0 14-6-1 8-2-1 9-9-0 7-5-0 7-8-5 5-5-2 11-8-1 6-5-1 7-11-1 5-6-1 5-11-2 3-7-1 8-10-0 4-6-0 7-10-2 4-6-1 4-10-4 0-9-2 3-15-1 2-8-1 1-16-2 0-9-2 12-5-4 4-3-4 5-12-2 3-7-1 - - 246-251-51 61-81-19

2-1-1 0-2-0 0-3-0 4-5-0 3-5-1 0-0-0 4-1-1 2-4-0 0-0-0 3-3-0 2-6-3 0-0-0 5-0-0 4-3-3 0-0-0 5-2-2 3-6-1 0-0-0 0-5-1 4-5-0 1-2-0 5-2-1 4-4-1 1-0-0 5-3-0 7-2-1 1-0-0 7-2-1 7-2-0 0-2-0 6-2-0 3-7-0 0-0-0 5-1-2 2-6-1 0-1-2 4-3-0 5-5-1 2-0-0 6-3-0 1-6-1 0-2-0 3-4-1 2-6-0 0-1-1 4-1-0 4-7-0 0-2-0 3-4-0 3-5-2 1-1-0 1-4-3 3-6-1 0-0-0 3-5-1 0-10-0 0-0-0 1-4-1 0-8-1 0-4-0 8-3 4-2-4 1-0 3-5-1 2-6-1 0-1 - - - 140-87-19 93-141-29 13-20-4

10 26 24 32 25 21 37 35 45 27 40 33 18 25 31 19 38 16 45 21 33 37 28 32 34 27 29 33 14 30 27 37 25 33 19 21 11 33 12 49 26 17 13 24 - - 970 831

Streaks

Team Season Records Most Wins___________________________________ 14 (1986, 2000) Most Losses_______________________________________ 16 (2010) Most Ties__________________________________________ 5 (2002) Win Percentage_________________________________ .714 (1986) Overtime Games___________________________________ 7 (2011) Fewest Wins_______________________________________ 1 (2010) Fewest Losses______________________________________ 3 (1995) Most Home Wins___________________________________ 9 (1986) Fewest Home Wins__________________________________ 0 (1987) Most Road Wins_______________________________ 7 (1999, 2000) Fewest Road Wins____________________ 0 (1983, 1991, 2009, 2010) Most Home Losses__________________________________ 7 (1984) Fewest Home Losses________________________________ 0 (1995) Most Road Losses__________________________________ 10 (2009) Fewest Road Losses____________________________ 1 (1982, 1986) Most Goals For____________________________________ 53 (1986) Most Goals Against_________________________________ 49 (2010) Fewest Goals For___________________________________ 10 (1991) Fewest Goals Against_______________________________ 11 (1988)

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* - The Bulls competed at the Division III level from 1982-1987, the Division II level from 1988-1990, and the Division I level from 1991-to present.

Longest Winning Streak___________________________ 7 (1989-90) Longest Home Winning Streak_____________________ 8 (1995-96) Longest Road Winning Streak__________________________4 (four times)

Coaching History Coach Michael Thomas Jean-A. Tassy Ron Case Michelle Barczak Janet Bumpus

Yrs. W L T Pct. 5 25 58 13 .328 13 113 107 22 .512 10 82 65 14 .553 2 17 9 3 .638 1 8 10 0 .444 31 246 251 51 .495

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SINGLE GAME/SEASON RECORDS Single Game Offensive Records Goals

Beth Eldridge (9-11-84)__________________ Lori Perillo (9-14-94)____________________ Nora Bender (10-10-85)__________________ Janet Holliday (9-13-83)_________________ Jenny Dannecker (10-15-04)______________ Emily Russell (10-3-03)__________________ Emily Russell (9-7-03)___________________ Natalia Crofut (9-3-03)___________________ Elizabeth Pfeffer (9-10-99)________________ Paula Listrani (9-12-98)__________________ Lori Perillo (10-1-95)____________________ Lori Perillo (10-26-94)___________________ Melanie Hierl (9-4-94)___________________ Aimee Mann (9-18-93)__________________ Cheryl Steffan (four times)_______________ Nora Bender (10-12-87)__________________ Nora Bender (10-12-85)__________________ Michel Major (three times)_______________ Janet Holliday (10-22-83)________________ Nancy Schaeffer (9-13-83)________________ Beth Eldridge (9-22-82)__________________

5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

1. 2. 6. 9.

Points

Beth Eldridge (9-11-84)_________________ 10 Lori Perillo (9-14-94)____________________ 8 Aimee Mann (9-18-93)__________________ 8 Nora Bender (10-10-85)__________________ 8 Janet Holliday (9-13-83)_________________ 8 Jenny Dannecker (10-15-04)______________ 7 Emily Russell (9-7-03)___________________ 7 Nicole Olszewski (9-18-01)_______________ 7 Emily Russell (10-3-03)__________________ 6 Natalia Crofut (9-3-03)___________________ 6 Elizabeth Pfeffer (9-10-99)________________ 6 Paula Listrani (9-12-98)__________________ 6 Lori Perillo (10-1-95)____________________ 6 Lori Perillo (10-26-94)___________________ 6 Melanie Hierl (9-4-94)___________________ 6 Cheryl Steffan (four times)_______________ 6 Nora Bender (10-13-87)__________________ 6 Nora Bender (10-12-85)__________________ 6 Michel Major (9-28-85)__________________ 6 Janet Holliday (9-16-83)_________________ 6 Nancy Schaeffer (9-13-83)________________ 6 Beth Eldridge (9-22-82)__________________ 6

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Jenny Dannecker was the last Bull to notch a hat trick, scoring three times in a 5-2 win against Toledo on Oct. 15, 2004.

1. 2. 5.

Single Season Offensive Records Goals

Emily Russell had two three-goal games en route to her 34-point 2003 season.

Paula Listrani poured in 14 goals with 11 assists to set the school mark for points in a season in 2000 with 39.

Assists

1. Nora Bender (1986)____________________ 17 1. Paula Listrani (2000)___________________ 11 2. Emily Russell (2003)____________________ 15 2. Paula Listrani (1999)___________________ 10 Cheryl Steffan (1988)___________________ 15 Cheryl Steffan (1988)___________________ 10 4. Paula Listrani (2000)___________________ 14 Lynne Fernandes (1986)________________ 10 5. Paula Listrani (1999)___________________ 13 5. Nancy Schaeffer (1983)__________________ 9 Paula Listrani (1998)___________________ 13 6. Jenny Dannecker (2004)_________________ 7 Lori Perillo (1996)______________________ 13 Lynne Fernandes (1987)_________________ 7 8. Michel Major (1985)____________________ 11 Nicole Olszewski (2000)_________________ 7 Michel Major (1983)____________________ 11 9. Nicole Olszewski (2001)_________________ 6 Beth Eldridge (1982)___________________ 11 Kathleen Magner (1996)_________________ 6 11. Elizabeth Pfeffer (1999)_________________ 10 Kim Graden (1987)______________________ 6 Lori Perillo (1994)______________________ 10 Janet Holiday (1982)____________________ 6 Kate Ricci (1989)______________________ 10 Brooke McCalla (2006)___________________ 6 Nora Bender (1987)____________________ 10 Brooke McCalla (2007)___________________ 6 Janet Holliday (1983)___________________ 10 16. Lori Perillo (1995)_______________________ 9 Points Joanna Tower (1994)____________________ 9 1. Cheryl Steffan (1988)___________________ 40 Michel Major (1986)_____________________ 9 2. Paula Listrani (2000)___________________ 39 19. Lindsey Bailey (2008)____________________ 8 3. Paula Listrani (1999)___________________ 36 Samantha Swerdloff (1999)_______________ 8 Nora Bender (1986)____________________ 36 Lori Perillo (1993)_______________________ 8 5. Emily Russell (2003)____________________ 34 Cheryl Steffan (1991)____________________ 8 6. Lori Perillo (1996)______________________ 30 Julie Pantera (1987)_____________________ 8 7. Paula Listrani (1998)___________________ 29 Roma Marracino (1986)__________________ 8 8. Michel Major (1983)____________________ 27 Beth Eldridge (1985)____________________ 8 9. Nora Bender (1987)____________________ 25 Beth Eldridge (1983)____________________ 8 10. Janet Holliday (1983)___________________ 24 11. Lori Perillo (1994)______________________ 23 Joanna Tower (1994)___________________ 23 Nancy Schaeffer (1983)_________________ 23 14. Elizabeth Pfeffer (1999)_________________ 22 Lynne Fernandes (1986)________________ 22 Michel Major (1985)____________________ 22 16. Michel Major (1986)____________________ 21 Roma Marracino (1986)_________________ 21 18. Lindsey Bailey (2008)___________________ 20 Nicole Olszewski (2001)________________ 20 Samantha Swerdloff (1999)______________ 20

Nora Bender holds the school record for goals in a season (17).

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CAREER OFFENSIVE RECORDS

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Cheryl Steffan has 88 career points.

Nicole Olszewski has 21 career assists.

Lori Perillo has 40 career goals.

Career Offensive Records 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Goals Paula Listrani (1997-00)________________ Nora Bender (1985-87)_________________ Lori Perillo (1993-96)__________________ Michel Major (1983-86)________________ Cheryl Steffan (1988-91)_______________ Emily Russell (2000-03)_________________ Beth Eldridge (1982-84)________________ Joanna Tower (1992-95)________________ Natalia Crofut (2002-06)________________ Nicole Olszewski (2000-03)_____________ Janet Holliday (1982-84)_______________ Elizabeth Pfeffer (1999-02)______________ Andrea Vescio (2005-08 )_______________ Annamaria Gasbarra (1992-95)__________ Jennifer DeVita (1992-95)_______________ Roma Marracino (1985-86)______________ Kate Ricci (1989-91)___________________ Lindsey Bailey (2007-10)_______________ Jenny Dannecker (2001-04)_____________ Kelly Starchok (1993-96)_______________ Dana Talerico (1992-95)________________

46 43 40 40 36 28 27 22 21 20 20 19 18 16 16 15 14 13 12 11 11

_Assists 1. Paula Listrani (1997-00)_________________ 2. Lynne Fernandes (1986-89)______________ 3. Nicole Olszewski (2000-03)______________ 4. Anne Quinlivan (1982-85)_______________ 5. Michel Major (1983-86)_________________ Brooke McCalla (2005- 08)______________ 7. Cheryl Steffan (1988-91)________________ Nora Bender (1985-87)_________________ Heather Collins (1997-00)_______________ 10. Kathleen Magner (1993-96)_____________ Joanna Tower (1992-95)________________ Janet Holliday (1982-84)________________ 13. Jenny Dannecker (2001-04)_____________ 14. Natalia Crofut (2002-2005)______________ 15. Jennifer DeVita (1992-95)_______________ Lindsey Bailey (2007-10)________________

24 23 21 19 18 18 16 16 16 15 13 13 12 11 10 10

Note: The records in this section have been compiled from all available information. They are not complete, and all additions or corrections should be forwarded to the UB Athletic Communications Office.

Points 1. Paula Listrani (1997-00)________________ 116 2. Nora Bender (1985-87)________________ 102 3. Michel Major (1983-86)_________________ 98 4. Lori Perillo (1993-96)___________________ 91 5. Cheryl Steffan (1988-91)________________ 88 6. Emily Russell (2000-03)_________________ 63 7. Nicole Olszewski (2000-03)______________ 61 8. Joanna Tower (1992-95)________________ 57 9. Beth Eldridge (1982-84)________________ 54 10. Natalia Crofut (2002-2005)______________ 53 Janet Holliday (1982-84)________________ 53 12. Elizabeth Pfeffer (1999-02)______________ 47 13. Andrea Vescio (2005- 08)________________ 43 14 Jennifer DeVita (1992-95)_______________ 42 15. Lynne Fernandes (1986-89)______________ 41 16. Annamaria Gasbarra (1992-95)___________ 40 Brooke McCalla (2005- 08)______________ 40 18. Roma Marracino (1985-86)______________ 38 19. Anne Quinlivan (1982-85)_______________ 37 20. Jenny Dannecker (2001-04)_____________ 36 Lindsey Bailey (2007-10)________________ 36

2000

Bulls bring home school’s first MAC regular season title 2000 was a special year for the UB Women’s Soccer program. With a returning core that featured two-time All-MAC all-star and Buffalo’s alltime leading scorer in Paula Listrani and fellow All-MAC performers in defender Linnea DiNallo, midfielder Elizabeth Pfeffer and goalkeeper Jaime Paula Listrani Adams, the Bulls were alFirst Team All-MAC ready a formidible team. The freshmen class, featuring Nicole Olszewski and Emily Russell, teamed with Listrani to form a potent offense, and Devon Russell teamed with DiNallo to make one of the league’s stingiest defenses.

The Bulls started off the season with a 7-1 defeat of Canisius as they won their first three games, including a 4-1 win at Niagara. Buffalo dropped its next two contests, nonconference games against Syracuse and Rutgers, but downed Kent State, 4-2, in the MAC opener on Sept. 13, with freshman Olszewski scoring twice in the Elizabeth Pfeffer effort. First Team All-MAC Nine days later, the Bulls lost to Ohio, 2-1, but shook that off, and proceeded to win five straight, with Listrani scoring a goal in double overtime at conference front-runner Western Michigan on October 8. She set the school’s all-time points record.

The team continued to roll behind Listrani, who scored in four-straight games at one point in the year. The Bulls heading into the final weekend with a slim one-game lead in the conference standings. A 1-1 tie with Bowling Green on Oct. 20 kept them in first after Miami (OH) lost a game and the Bulls clinched the title with a 3-1 win against Linnea DiNallo Toledo on Oct. 22. First Team All-MAC Although the Bulls lost to Miami (OH) in the semifinals of the MAC Tournament, Buffalo had left its mark as a perennial conference contender, with then head coach Jean-A. Tassy earning the MAC Coach of the Year Award.

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GOALKEEPING RECORDS Single Game Records

_ Saves 1. Nicole Pittaro (1995)__________________ 158 2. Lisa Siegel (1985)_____________________ 147 3. Becky Harvey (1987)__________________ 145 4. Rachelle Galipeau (1993)______________ 139 Ainsley Wheldon (2011)______________ 139 6. Pam Gabel (1982)____________________ 129 7. Amy Coron (2007)____________________ 128 8. Amy Coron (2009)____________________ 122 9. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2004)______________ 121 10. Emily Cox (2001)_____________________ 119 11. Jaime Adams (1998)__________________ 117 12. Joanne Chillingsworth (1996)___________ 110 13. Jennifer Wicher (1990)_________________ 102 Anna-Lesa Calvert (2005)______________ 102 15. Amy Coron (2006)____________________ 101

Minutes Played

1. Ainsley Wheldon (2011)_____________ 1935 2. Amy Coron (2007)___________________ 1772 3. Amy Coron (2008)___________________ 1706 4. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2005)_____________ 1696 5. Beckey Harvey (1987)________________ 1680 6. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2004)_____________ 1664 7. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2003)_____________ 1649 8. Ainsley Wheldon (2012)_____________ 1612 9. Amy Coron (2006)___________________ 1604 10. Jaime Adams (1998)_________________ 1597

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Saves

1. Nicole Pittaro (9-17-95)_________________ 31 2. Pam Gabel (10-30-84)__________________ 26 3. Nicole Pittaro (9-24-95/9-29-95)__________ 22 4. Rachelle Galipeau (9-16-92/10-9-93)________ 21 5. Nicole Pittaro (10-5-94)_________________ 20 Rachelle Galipeau (10-5-91)_____________ 20 7. Rachelle Galipeau (three times)__________ 19 8. Emily Cox (9-9-01)_____________________ 18 Mary Morgan (11-4-96)_________________ 18 10. Jaime Adams (9-24-97)_________________ 17 Joanne Chillingsworth (10-11-96)________ 17 Rachelle Galipeau (10-30-93)____________ 17 Jennifer Wicher (10-8-92)_______________ 17 Kerry Rich (10-3-89)____________________ 17 15. Rachelle Galipeau (three times)__________ 16 16. Joanne Chillingsworth (10-4-96)_________ 15 Nicole Pittaro (10-15-94)________________ 15 Rachelle Galipeau (9-25-94)_____________ 15 Rachelle Galipeau (9-22-93)_____________ 15 20. Jaime Adams (10-11-98)________________ 14 Mary Morgan (9-10-96)_________________ 14 Rachelle Galipeau (9-25-93)_____________ 14 Ainsley Wheldon (9-23-11, 10-23-11)____ 14

Clockwise from top left: Jaime Adams, Anna-Lesa Calvert, Rachelle Galipeau, Becky Harvey, Ainsley Wheldon and Emily Cox.

Single-Season Records Wins

1. Jamie Adams (1999)___________________ 12 2. Becky Harvey (1987)___________________ 10 Ainsley Wheldon (2011)_______________ 10 3. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2003)________________ 9 Jaime Adams (1998)____________________ 9 Nicole Pittaro (1995)____________________ 9 Jennifer Wicher (1990)___________________ 9 7. Emily Cox (2001)_______________________ 8 Jaime Adams (2000)____________________ 8 Ann Metzger (1986)_____________________ 8 11. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2004)________________ 7 Lisa Siegel (1985)_______________________ 7 Pam Gabel (1982)______________________ 7 14. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2002)________________ 6 Emily Cox (2000)_______________________ 6 Rachelle Galipeau (1993)________________ 6 Jennifer Wicher (1992)___________________ 6 Julie Pantera (1986)_____________________ 6

Goals Against Average

(must have played in one-third of the games) 1. Kerry Rich (1988)_____________________ 0.44 2. Becky Harvey (1988)__________________ 0.66 3. Ainsley Wheldon (2011)_____________ 0.79 4. Jaime Adams (1999)__________________ 0.81 5. Pam Gabel (1983)____________________ 0.91 6. Jaime Adams (2000)__________________ 0.97 Emily Cox (2000) _____________________ 0.97 7. Julie Pantera (1986)___________________ 1.01 8. Becky Harvey (1987)__________________ 1.02 Nicole Pittaro (1993)__________________ 1.02 9. Ann Metzger (1986)___________________ 1.05 10. Jaime Adams (1998)__________________ 1.07

Shutouts

1. Ainsley Wheldon (2011)_______________ 10 2. Jaime Adams (1999)____________________ 8 Beckey Harvey (1987)*__________________ 8 4. Pam Gabel (1982)*______________________ 6 5. Jaime Adams (1998)____________________ 5 Amy Coron (2007)______________________ 5 7. Ainsley Wheldon (2012)________________ 4 Jaime Adams (1997, 2000)_______________ 4 Emily Cox (2000)_______________________ 4 Anna-Lesa Calvert (2002, 2004)___________ 4 Amy Coron (2008)______________________ 4 Pam Gabel (1983)*______________________ 4

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* - Team played in Division III from 1982-87

Career Records Shutouts

. Jaime Adams (1997-00)_________ 21 1 2. Ainsley Wheldon (2010-pres.)__ 15 3. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2001-05)_____ 14 Amy Coron (2006-10)___________ 14 5. Beckey Harvey (1987-88)*_______ 11 6. Pam Gabel (1982-83)*__________ 10 7. Emily Cox (1999-02)_____________ 7 Emily Pittaro (1992-95)___________ 7 * - Team played in Division III from 1982-87

Saves

. Amy Coron (2006-2009)________ 449 1 2. Nicole Pittaro (1992-95)________ 414 3. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2002-05)____ 341 4. Jaime Adams (1997-00)________ 340 5. Rachelle Galipeau (1991-94)____ 334 6. Ainsley Wheldon (2010-pres.)_ 311 7. Pam Gabel (1982-83)__________ 226 8. Emily Cox (1999-02)___________ 225 9. Jennifer Wicher (1990-92)______ 209 10. Becky Harvey (1987-88)________ 197

Wins

. Jaime Adams (1997-00)_________ 34 1 2. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2002-2005)___ 27 3. Jennifer Wicher (1990-92)_______ 21 4. Amy Coron (2006-2009 )________ 20 5. Nicole Pittaro (1992-95)_________ 18 6. Emily Cox (1999-02)____________ 16 Ainsley Wheldon (2010-pres.)__ 16 7. Becky Harvey (1987-88)_________ 15 9. Pam Gabel (1982-83)___________ 11 10. Rachelle Galipeau (1991-94)______ 8 Ann Metzger (1986)_____________ 8

Goals Against Average

(must have played in one-third of the games) 1. Becky Harvey (1987-88)________0.89 2. Jaime Adams (1997-00)________1.01 3. Amy Coron (2006-2009)________1.08 4. Mary Morgan (1995-98)________1.30 Pam Gabel (1982-83)__________1.30 6. Ainsley Wheldon (2010-pres.)_ 1.31 7. Anna-Lesa Calvert (2002-2005)__1.43 8. Jennifer Wicher (1990-92)______1.54 9. Nicole Pittaro (1992-95)________1.58 10. Rachelle Galipeau (1991-94)____1.67

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MAC / NSCAA / NCAA AWARDS Award Winners 2012 Kristin Markiewicz_____________________ All-MAC Freshman Team Shannon Algoe________________________ All-MAC Academic Team 2011 Aubrey Stahl____________________________ All-MAC Second Team All-MAC Academic Team Katie Roberts_________________________ All-MAC Freshman Team Megan Giesen_________________________ All-MAC Freshman Team Shannon Algoe_______________ Academic All-American (2nd Team) CoSIDA Academic All-District I Team All-MAC Academic Team 2010 Shannon Algoe________________________ All-MAC Academic Team

Three-time All-MAC selection Paula Listrani

Two-time All-Region selection Devon Russell

2008 Lindsey Bailey___________________________ All-MAC Second Team Andrea Vescio______________________________ Academic All-MAC 2007 Andrea Vescio______________________________ Academic All-MAC Lindsey Bailey______________________________ MAC All-Freshman 2006 Brooke McCalla__________________________ All-MAC Second Team Andrea Vescio______________________________ Academic All-MAC Heidi Griffiths______________________________ Academic All-MAC CoSIDA Academic All-District I Second Team

Two-time All-MAC selection Brenna McJury

Two-time All-MAC selection Linnea DiNallo

Two-time All-MAC selection Elizabeth Pfeffer

Nov. 5, 2002: A Day to remember

Bulls awarded with NCAA Sportsmanship Award UB Women’s soccer team , through the character of their actions following the events of Nov. 5, 2002, was awarded with the Citizenship Through Sports NCAA Award on June 15, 2003. It was on that day that tragedy struck the Bowling Green women’s soccer team as one of its players, Leslie Dawley, collapsed and died on the field in the first round of the Mid-American Conference Championship Game. The game was halted and resumed the following day with the host Falcons winning 2-1 in double-overtime. However, it was the actions of then head coach Jean-A. Tassy and the UB women’s soccer team on that day that moved Bowling Green to nominate Buffalo for the award. Prior to the start of the game, UB chose to warm up on an adjacent practice field. The team did not want to disturb the area where Dawley had collapsed less that 20 hours earlier and wanted to give Bowling Green some time to reflect as a team. During player introductions, each UB player handed a single yellow rose to their counterpart, exchanging hugs and tears. Following the

introductions, the teams joined hands in a circle in the middle of the field for a moment of silence to honor Dawley. In an excerpt from the nomination letter, Bowling Green representatives wrote: “Everyone that was involved with the events of November 5th and 6th at Bowling Green State University will not soon forget the character and sportsmanship that was displayed by the University at Buffalo’s Women’s Soccer Team and Coaching Staff. It is this type of character and sportsmanship that makes collegiate athletics so great. These acts of compassion by the Buffalo players and coaching staff were not lost on the more than 700 fans that filled the stands that day and a number were heard to comment that they had never witnessed such sportsmanship.” The Citizenship Through Sports Alliance promotes sportsmanship and awards one recipient each year in its 10 member organizations, with one being the NCAA.

2005 NSCAA Team Academic Award NSCAA Team Ethics Silver Award Brooke McCalla_____________________________ MAC All-Freshman Anna-Lesa Calvert__________________________ Academic All-MAC Natalia Crofut______________________________ Academic All-MAC NSCAA Scholar All-Region Third Team Jess Roesch______________________ Scholar All-Region Third Team 2004 Brenna McJury__________________________ All-MAC Second Team Courtney MacVie___________________________ MAC All-Freshman Anna-Lesa Calvert__________________________ Academic All-MAC 2003 Devon Russell______________________________ All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region Academic All-MAC Emily Russell_______________________________ All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region Brenna McJury_____________________________ All-MAC First Team 2002 Devon Russell___________________________ All-MAC Second Team NSCAA All-Region 2001 Devon Russell______________________________ All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region Academic All-MAC Lindsay Mislin______________________________ Academic All-MAC 2000 . Regular Season MAC Champions Paula Listrani______________________________ All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region Linnaea DiNallo____________________________ All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region Elizabeth Pfeffer____________________________ All-MAC First Team Cherie Rogers___________________________ All-MAC Second Team Jean-A. Tassy___________________________MAC Coach of the Year 1999 Paula Listrani______________________________ All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region Linnaea DiNallo____________________________ All-MAC First Team NSCAA All-Region Jaime Adams___________________________ All-MAC Second Team Elizabeth Pfeffer_________________________ All-MAC Second Team

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Two-time Academic All-MAC selection Anna-Lesa Calvert

2009 Stephanie Velez_________________________ All-MAC Second Team _ All-MAC Freshman Team


TEAM AWARD WINNERS

Arielle Korczykowski

Natalia Crofut

Jamie Adams

Robin Aparo

2011 Aubrey Stahl_________ Most Outstanding Offensive Danielle Turner_______ Most Outstanding Defensive 2010 Lindsey Bailey__________ Most Outanding Offensive Kristen Bailey________ Most Outstanding Defensive 2009 Stephanie Velez________ Most Outanding Offensive Amy Coron__________ Most Outstanding Defensive 2008 Lindsey Bailey__________ Most Outanding Offensive Courtney MacVie_____ Most Outstanding Defensive 2007 Nikki Wilson__________________Most Outstanding Andrea Vescio__________________ Coaches’ Award Ashley Turner___________________ Coaches’ Award Lindsey Bailey___________________ Top Newcomer Martina Pettenuzzo______________ Top Newcomer Amy Coron_____________________ Most Improved 2006 Brooke McCalla________________Most Outstanding Andrea Vescio__________________ Coaches’ Award Caitlin Higgins__________________ Top Newcomer Ashley Turner___________________ Most Improved 2005 Natalia Crofut__________________Player of the Year Arielle Korczykowski_____________ Coaches’ Award Jess Roesch, Anna-Lesa Calvert____ Scholar Athlete Award Ashley Turner______________Most Improved Player Brooke McCalla________________ Rookie of the Year

Julie Listrani

2004 Jenny Dannecker______ Offensive Player of the Year Anna-Lesa Calvert_____ Defensive Player of the Year Brenna McJury__________________ Coaches’ Award Jennifer Rounds___________ Scholar Athlete Award Arielle Korczykowski Lindsay Szafranski__________Most Improved Player Courtney MacVie______________ Rookie of the Year 2003 Emily Russell__________________ Player of the Year Brenna McJury Devon Russell___________________ Coaches’ Award Jennifer Rounds Robin Aparo______________ Scholar Athlete Award Anna-Lesa Calvert__________Most Improved Player Jessica Roesch________________ Rookie of the Year 2002 Elizabeth Pfeffer_______________ Player of the Year Brenna McJury__________________ Coaches’ Award Jennifer Rounds___________ Scholar Athlete Award Robin Aparo_______________Most Improved Player Natalia Crofut_________________ Rookie of the Year 2001 Devon Russell_________________ Player of the Year Robin Aparo____________________ Coaches’ Award Devon Russell_____________ Scholar Athlete Award Paula Sinclair_______________Most Improved Player Brenna McJury________________ Rookie of the Year 2000 Linnaea Dinallo________________ Player of the Year Paula Listrani____________________ Coaches’ Award Cherie Rogers______________Most Improved Player Erin McGarry__________________ Rookie of the Year

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UB’S ANNUAL AWARD WINNERS 2012 Taylor Thompson_____ Most Outstanding Offensive Shannon Algoe_______ Most Outstanding Defensive

1999 Paula Listrani Jaime Adams Linnaea Dinallo________________ Player of the Year Tara Donahue___________________ Coaches’ Award Lauren Hartmayer Dawn DelGuidice___________Most Improved Player Samantha Swerdloff Elizabeth Pfeffer_______________ Rookie of the Year 1998 Jaime Adams_________________ Player of the Year Julie Listrani____________________ Coaches’ Award Michella Maiola___________ Scholar Athlete Award Paula Listrani_______________Most Improved Player Melissa Korosec_______________ Rookie of the Year 1997 Tara Donahue_________________ Player of the Year Jaime Adams___________________ Coaches’ Award Julie Listrani______________ Scholar Athlete Award Rebecca Brigati_____________Most Improved Player Paula Listrani__________________ Rookie of the Year 1996 Lori Perillo____________________ Player of the Year Tracey Britton___________________ Coaches’ Award Rebecca Brigati____________ Scholar Athlete Award Julie Listrani_______________Most Improved Player Lauren Hartmayer Joanne Chillingsworth__________ Rookie of the Year 1995 Lori Perillo____________________ Player of the Year Jennifer Devita__________________ Coaches’ Award Aimee Mann_______________Most Improved Player Julie Listrani__________________ Rookie of the Year

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 9/16 at Wells College 9/22 at St. Bonaventure 9/25 Daemen College 9/28 at Rochester Tech 9/30 Canisius 10/5 Alfred 10/9 St. John Fisher 10/12 Geneseo State 10/16 Buffalo State 10/19 St. Bonaventure 10/23 at Houghton 10/26 at Buffalo State 10/27 Niagara

L 0-7 W 4-0 W 4-1 W 1-0 W 7-2 W 2-4 (2ot) L 1-4 L 1-2 W 1-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 T 0-0 (2ot) W 8-0

1983 (9-5-2) Coach: Michelle Barczak

9/13 Wells College 9/16 Niagara 9/21 at St. Bonaventure 9/24 Franklin & Marshall 9/25 at Rochester 9/27 Rochester Tech 9/29 Canisius 10/4 Alfred 10/8 at St. John Fisher 10/11 at Geneseo State 10/13 Daemen College 10/15 Canisius 10/15 Buffalo State 10/19 Brockport 10/22 Houghton 10/25 Buffalo State

W 13-0 W 10-0 T 1-1 (2ot) W 1-0 L 0-3 T 1-1 (2ot) W 4-0 L 0-1 L 0-1 L 0-1 W 7-0 W 4-0 W 2-1 L 3-5 (ot) W 5-1 W 1-0

1984 (8-10-0, 0-3-0 SUNYAC) Coach: Janet Bumpus

9/11 at Wells College 9/15 Nazareth College 9/19 St. Bonaventure 9/21 at Niagara 9/25 at Rochester Tech 9/27 at Canisius 10/2 Alfred 10/6 Univ. of Scranton 10/7 Elmira College 10/9 Geneseo State* 10/11 at Daemen College 10/13 Canisius 10/14 Niagara 10/17 Brockport State* 10/19 Cortland State 10/20 at Houghton 10/23 at Buffalo State* 10/30 St. John Fisher * - SUNYAC West Games

W 9-0 L 1-4 W 4-1 W 2-1 L 2-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 0-1 W 7-0 L 0-3 W 2-0 L 2-3 W 4-1 L 2-3 L 0-5 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 2-1 (ot)

1985 (8-9-0, 1-3-0 SUNYAC) Coach: Ron Case

9/12 Wells College 9/14 at Nazareth College 9/18 at St. Bonaventure 9/21 Niagara 9/24 Rochester Tech 9/26 Canisius 9/28 Houghton College 10/1 at Alfred 10/5 at Brockport State* 10/8 at Geneseo State* 10/10 Daemen College 10/12 Niagara 10/12 Canisius

W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 2-3 W 6-5 (ot) L 0-2 L 2-4 L 2-3 W 8-1 W 5-3 L 0-4

10/16 Oswego State* 10/18 at Cortland State 10/22 Buffalo State* 10/29 at St. John Fisher * - SUNYAC West Games

W L L W

5-0 0-6 1-3 1-0

1986 (14-5-2, 5-0 SUNYAC) Coach: Ron Case

9/6 Fredonia State* W 5-0 9/10 at Wells College W 4-0 9/13 Nazareth College W 4-0 9/17 St. Bonaventure W 2-1 (ot) 9/20 Skidmore College T 1-1 9/21 Oneonta State W 5-3 9/21 Kean College L 0-1 9/23 at Rochester Tech T 1-1 9/25 at Canisius L 0-2 (ot) 9/27 at Houghton College W 7-0 10/1 Alfred W 4-3 10/4 Brockport State* W 3-2 10/7 Geneseo State* W 2-0 10/11 Buffalo State W 4-0 10/12 Niagara L 1-2 (ot) 10/14 at Oswego State* W 2-0 10/18 Cortland State L 0-3 10/21 at Buffalo State* W 5-1 10/24 Binghamton State W 2-0 10/24 Cortland State L 0-3 10/30 at Niagara W 1-0 (ot) * - SUNYAC West Games

1987 (10-5-3) Coach: Ron Case

9/9 at Nazareth 9/16 at St. Bonaventure 9/22 Rochester Tech 9/24 Canisius 9/26 Houghton College 9/28 Univ. of Rochester 9/30 at Alfred 10/3 at Brockport State 10/6 at Geneseo State 10/10 Niagara 10/11 Canisius 10/13 Oswego State 10/15 at Gannon 10/17 at LeMoyne 10/18 at Colgate 10/20 Buffalo State 10/22 St. John Fisher 10/29 Niagara

1988 (12-6-1) Coach: Ron Case

9/3 Brockport 9/4 Mercyhurst 9/10 Nazareth College 9/14 St. Bonaventure 9/16 Genesee 9/16 at Brockport 9/22 at Canisius 9/24 at Niagara 9/28 Alfred 10/1 at Allegheny 10/2 Penn State 10/12 Gannon 10/15 LeMoyne 10/22 at West Point 10/23 at New Paltz 10/26 at Buffalo State 10/29 at Colgate 11/1 at Rochester

T 1-1 (2ot) W 3-0 W 7-0 L 0-1 W 6-0 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 2-4 W 3-1 T 3-3 (2ot) W 4-0 W 8-0 T 1-1 (2ot) L 0-1 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 2-1

W 2-1 L 0-1 W 8-0 W 5-0 W 3-0 W 5-0 T 2-2 (2ot) L 0-2 W 3-1 L 0-1 W 6-0 W 8-0 W 1-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 L 0-1 (ot) L 0-2

1989 (9-6-1) Coach: Ron Case

9/1 at Duke 9/4 at UNC-Greensboro 9/8 Adelphi 9/10 at Mercyhurst 9/13 at St. Bonaventure 9/15 Rochester Tech 9/15 Buffalo State 9/20 Canisius 9/23 Niagara 9/27 at Gannon 10/3 Rochester 10/14 Southampton 10/15 St. Rose 10/22 at LeMoyne 10/25 Buffalo State 10/27 Colgate

1990 (9-5-1) Coach: Ron Case

9/6 at Buffalo State 9/8 at Geneseo 9/12 St. Bonaventure 9/16 at Colgate 9/20 at LeMoyne 9/21 NE Missouri State 9/23 at Adelphi 9/26 Gannon 9/28 Roberts Wesleyan 10/2 at Rochester 10/10 at Canisius 10/12 at Kutztown 10/20 at Niagara 10/21 St. Rose 10/24 at Mercyhurst

1991 (2-6-1) Coach: Ron Case

9/6 Colgate 9/16 Buffalo State 9/18 at St. Bonaventure 9/21 Temple 9/27 at Army 9/28 Villanova 10/2 Rochester 10/5 Xavier 10/6 George Mason

1992 (7-10-1) Coach: Ron Case

9/5 Michigan State 9/9 St. Bonaventure 9/13 Gannon 9/16 Rochester 9/18 at Buffalo State 9/20 Seton Hall 9/23 at Colgate 9/25 Army 9/27 UMBC 9/29 at Niagara 10/3 at Temple 10/4 at LaSalle 10/8 Niagara 10/11 at East Stroudsburg 10/12 at St. John’s 10/17 St. Francis (PA) 10/23 at Canisius 10/25 at St. Bonaventure

L 1-6 L 0-2 L 1-2 L 0-2 L 0-2 W 6-1 W 5-0 W 5-0 W 3-1 W 2-0 T 0-0 (2ot) L 0-1 W 4-0 W 5-2 W 3-0 W 2-0

W 3-0 W 2-1 W 3-1 L 0-2 W 2-1 L 0-2 L 0-2 W 3-2 W 5-0 L 1-3 W 3-2 W 3-2 (ot) L 0-3 W 3-0 T 1-1 (2ot)

L 0-2 W 5-0 L 0-1 W 3-2 (ot) L 0-3 L 1-6 T 1-1 (2ot) L 0-2 L 0-9

L 0-3 L 1-3 W 1-0 L 0-1 W 3-0 L 2-3 L 0-4 L 0-2 W 2-0 T 2-2 (2ot) L 0-3 L 0-2 W 1-0 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 8-1 W 2-1 L 0-5

1993 (6-5-1) Coach: Ron Case

9/4 at San Francisco 9/6 at Cal-Berkeley 9/8 St. Bonaventure 9/10 Stony Brook 9/18 Robert Morris 9/22 Colgate 9/25 at Army 9/26 at Hofstra 9/28 at Canisius 10/2 Columbia 10/3 Siena 10/8 at Michigan State

L 1-3 L 0-4 L 0-2 W 3-2 W 11-1 W 1-0 L 0-3 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 T 1-1 (2ot) L 1-3

1994 (5-9-3) Coach: Ron Case

9/3 at St. Bonaventure 9/4 at Robert Morris 9/14 Niagara 9/17 St. Francis (PA) 9/21 at Canisius 9/24 at New Hampshire 9/25 at Siena 9/28 Gannon 10/1 Penn State 10/5 at Colgate 10/8 Michigan 10/15 at Stony Brook 10/16 at Columbia 10/19 at Niagara 10/26 Canisius 10/28 at Florida Atlantic 10/29 at Stetson

L 3-4 W 10-2 W 5-0 W 3-1 L 1-2 L 0-4 T 2-2 (2ot) W 5-0 L 0-4 L 0-3 L 1-2 L 1-4 L 0-2 W 2-0 L 3-4 (ot) T 0-0 (2ot) T 1-1 (2ot)

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1982 (8-4-1) Coach: Michelle Barczak

1995 (9-3-3) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

9/2 Stony Brook 9/9 Siena 9/15 at Eastern Michigan 9/17 at Michigan 9/23 at Radford 9/24 at Virginia Tech 9/29 at Penn State 10/1 C. Conn. State 10/7 Niagara 10/11 at Duquesne 10/14 at Valparaiso 10/15 at Loyola (Chicago) 10/20 at Canisius 10/24 St. Bonaventure 10/29 at Colgate

W 4-1 W 5-2 W 6-1 T 1-1 (2ot) T 3-3 (2ot) T 1-1 (2ot) L 0-7 W 8-0 W 7-1 L 0-1 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 2-1 W 2-1 L 0-5

1996 (8-8-3) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/31 at Syracuse 9/5 at Niagara 9/7 Youngstown State 9/10 at St. Bonaventure 9/14 at W. Michigan 9/20 at Boston College 9/22 at Stony Brook 9/27 Pittsburgh 9/29 Valparaiso 10/4 Colgate 10/11 Duquesne 10/13 Radford 10/16 Canisius 10/19 Eastern Michigan 10/25 at Detroit 10/27 at Toledo 10/31 at Siena 11/2 Howard 11/4 at American

L 2-5 W 3-1 W 6-0 L 1-3 T 1-1 (2ot) L 0-5 W 3-1 W 6-3 W 6-0 L 0-2 T 0-0 (2ot) T 1-1 (2ot) W 1-0 L 1-2 L 0-4 L 1-2 W 3-1 W 5-0 L 0-2

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 8/29 Stony Brook 8/31 Toldeo 9/12 Wofford 9/14 at UNC-Charlotte 9/18 St. Bonaventure 9/20 Western Michigan 9/24 at Duquesne 9/28 at Howard 10/3 at Florida Int. 10/5 at Florida Atlantic 10/11 Columbia 10/12 Dartmouth 10/17 at Pittsburgh 10/19 Niagara 10/21 at Canisius 10/24 at Bowling Green 10/26 at Eastern Michigan 10/31 Syracuse

T 1-1 L 0-1 L 2-3 L 0-1 L 1-2 L 0-1 W 1-0 W 4-0 W 1-0 L 1-2 W 2-1 L 0-4 L 0-1 (ot) L 0-1 W 1-0 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 2-3

1998 (10-6-2, 3-5-2 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

9/1 at Niagara W 4-0 9/6 Bucknell W 3-1 9/9 Canisius W 3-2 9/11 at Furman W 3-1 9/12 Liberty W 5-0 9/18 Marshall* W 3-1 9/20 Ohio* L 0-1 9/23 Duquesne W 2-0 9/25 at Bowling Green* L 1-2 9/27 at Miami-OH* T 0-0 10/1 at Northern Illinois* L 0-2 10/8 Toledo* W 1-0 10/11 Eastern Michigan* T 0-0 10/16 at Central Michigan* L 0-3 10/18 at W. Michigan* W 3-2 (ot) 10/25 Kent* L 0-1 (ot) 10/31 at Stony Brook W 3-1 11/3 at Northern Illinois# L 0-2 * - Mid-American Conference Games # - MAC Tournament

1999 (13-5-1, 7-4-0 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

9/1 Niagara W 3-0 9/5 Army W 2-0 9/6 Albany W 1-0 9/10 Detroit Mercy W 5-1 9/15 at Canisius W 5-0 9/17 at Miami-Fla W 3-0 9/19 at Fla-International T 1-1 9/24 at Toledo* W 3-2 (ot) 9/26 at Bowling Green* W 3-0 10/1 Western Michigan* W 2-0 10/3 Northern Illinois* W 2-0 10/8 Ball State* W 2-1 10/10 Miami-OH* L 1-2 10/15 at Marshall* W 2-1 (ot) 10/17 at Ohio* W 2-1 10/22 at Eastern Michigan* L 0-2 10/24 at Central Michigan* L 0-2 10/30 Kent* L 0-1 (2ot) 11/2 Ohio# L 1-2 (2ot) * - Mid-American Conference Games # - MAC Tournament

2000 (14-6-1, 8-2-1 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/25 Canisius W 7-1 8/27 Duquesne W 1-0 9/4 at Niagara W 4-1 9/8 Syracuse L 0-2 9/10 Rutgers L 1-2 (ot) 9/13 at Kent State* W 4-2 9/16 Stony Brook W 2-0 9/17 Jacksonville L 3-4 9/22 Ohio* L 1-2 9/24 Marshall* W 2-0 9/29 Central Michigan* W 1-0 10/1 Eastern Michigan* W 3-1 10/6 at Northern Illinois* W 4-0 10/8 at W. Michigan* W 1-0 (2ot) 10/13 at Miami* L 1-2 10/15 at Ball State* W 2-0 10/20 Bowling Green* T 1-1 10/22 Toledo* W 3-1 10/25 at St. Bonaventure W 2-0 10/31 Toledo# W 2-0 11/3 Miami# L 0-2 * - Mid-American Conference Games # - MAC Tournament

2001 (9-9-0, 7-5-0 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/31 Niagara W 4-1 9/2 Syracuse L 0-4 9/7 at Fairfield L 0-1 (ot) 9/9 at Boston Univ. L 1-2 9/16 Kent State* W 3-1 9/18 Akron* W 6-1 9/21 at Toledo* L 1-2 9/23 at Bowling Green* W 2-1 (ot) 9/28 Miami* L 1-4 9/30 Ball State* W 3-2 (ot) 10/5 Northern Illinois* W 2-1 10/6 Western Michigan* W 3-1 10/12 at Marshall* L 0-1 (ot) 10/14 at Ohio* W 1-0 10/19 at C. Michigan* L 1-4 10/21 at E. Michigan* L 0-4 10/24 at Canisius W 5-0 11/6 at Miami# L 0-7 * - Mid-American Conference Games # - MAC Tournament

2002 (7-8-5, 5-5-2 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/30 at Syracuse T 2-2 9/1 Colgate T 1-1 9/6 UW-Milwaukee T 1-1 9/8 at Purdue L 0-4 9/13 at Northern Illinois* W 1-0 9/15 at W. Michigan* L 0-5 9/20 Central Michigan* T 2-2 9/22 Eastern Michigan* W 2-1 (2ot) 9/27 at Ball State* L 1-2 9/29 at Miami* L 0-2 10/2 Niagara L 0-2 10/8 Canisius W 3-0 10/11 at Akron* L 1-2 10/13 Marshall* W 2-1 10/18 Toledo* T 2-2 10/20 Bowling Green* L 1-2 (ot) 10/25 at Kent State* W 3-0 10/27 Ohio W 3-0 10/31 Binghamton W 3-2 (2ot) 11/6 at Bowling Green# L 1-2 (2ot) * - Mid-American Conference Games # - MAC Tournament

2003 (11-8-1, 6-5-1 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/29 at Minnesota L 2-4 8/30 Creighton W 1-0 9/3 Niagara W 3-0 9/5 at UTEP W 2-1 9/7 Grambling State W 4-1 9/12 Western Michigan* L 1-2 9/14 Northern Illinois* W 4-0 9/19 at Central Michigan* L 0-3 9/21 at Eastern Michigan* T 1-1 9/26 at Canisius L 1-2 9/28 Akron* L 0-1 (ot) 10/3 at Marshall* W 3-1 10/5 at Ohio W 1-0 10/10 Ball State* L 1-2 (2ot) 10/12 Miami* W 3-1 10/17 at Bowling Green* W 3-2 (ot) 10/19 at Toledo* L 0-1 10/24 Kent State* W 1-0 10/29 at Cornell W 3-2 11/4 at W. Michigan# L 0-3 * - Mid-American Conference Games # - MAC Tournament

2004 (7-11-1, 5-6-1 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/27 at St. Bonaventure L 0-4 8/29 Syracuse L 0-1 (2ot) 9/3 Fairleigh Dickinson L 1-3 9/5 UC-Irvine L 1-2(ot) 9/10 Canisius W 4-0 9/12 at Akron* W 2-0 9/17 Eastern Michigan* L 1-3 9/19 Central Michigan* W 3-0 9/24 at Ball State* L 0-2 9/26 at Miami* L 0-2 10/1 at Niagara L 1-3 10/3 at Kent State* L 2-4 10/8 at W. Michigan* T 2-2(2ot) 10/10 at Northern Illinois* L 1-2 10/15 Toledo* W 5-2 10/17 Bowling Green* L 0-1 10/22 Marshall* W 2-1 10/24 Ohio* W 2-0 10/26 Cornell W 2-1 * - Mid-American Conference Games

2005 (5-11-2, 5-6-1 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/26 Lehigh L 0-2 8/28 at Army W 3-2 (ot) 9/3 Jacksonville T 2-2 (2ot) 9/5 at Central Florida L 1-2 9/9 at Canisius W 2-1 9/11 at Cornell L 1-2 9/16 Niagara L 0-1 9/23 Miami (OH)* L 0-2 9/30 at Eastern Michigan* L 0-3 10/2 at Central Michigan* L 0-1 10/7 Western Michigan* L 0-2 10/9 Northern Illinois* W 3-2 (2ot) 10/14 at Toledo* L 0-3 10/16 at Bowling Green* L 0-4 10/21 Akron* L 0-1 (2ot) 10/23 Ohio* W 1-0 10/28 Kent State* T 0-0 (2ot) * - Mid-American Conference Games

2006 (8-10-0, 4-6-0 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/25 at Niagara L 1-3 8/27 St. Bonaventure W 2-0 9/1 at Vermont W 2-0 9/3 at Brown L 0-6 9/8 at UC Riverside L 1-4 9/10 at UC Irvine L 0-1 9/15 Canisius W 3-2 9/22 at Miami* L 1-3 9/24 at Ball State* L 2-3 9/29 Eastern Michigan* W 3-2 10/1 Central Michigan* L 0-1 10/6 at W. Michigan* W 4-2 10/8 at Northern Illinois* W 2-1 10/15 at Bowling Green* L 0-2 10/18 Cornell W 3-0 10/20 at Akron* W 2-1 10/22 at Ohio* L 1-3 10/26 at Kent State* L 0-3 * - Mid-American Conference Games

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1997 (5-12-1) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

2007 (7-10-2, 4-6-1 MAC) Coach: Jean-A. Tassy

8/31 Niagara L 3-4 9/2 at Canisius T 1-1 9/7 Binghamton W 3-1 9/9 American L 0-3 9/14 Maine L 0-3 9/16 at Vermont W 2-1 9/21 at Geo. Washington L 1-2 (2ot) 9/23 at Howard W 2-0 9/28 at Akron* L 0-1 9/30 at Ohio* L 1-2 10/5 at Western Michigan* T 2-2 10/7 at Nothern Illinois* L 1-2 10/12 Toledo* L 1-2 10/14 Bowling Green* W 1-0 10/19 at Eastern Michigan* L 1-7 10/21 at Central Michigan* W 1-0 10/26 Ball State* W 1-0 10/28 Miami* L 1-2 11/1 Kent State* W 3-0 * - Mid-American Conference Games

2008 (4-10-4, 0-9-2 MAC) Coach: Michael Thomas

8/25 at Niagara W 1-0 8/29 at FGCU W 1-0 8/31 at FIU W 2-0 9/5 Howard W 4-0 9/12 Canisius T 1-1 9/16 at Cornell T 0-0 9/21 at St. Bonaventure L 1-2 9/26 Akron* L 1-2 9/28 Ohio* L 1-2 10/3 at Ball State* L 1-4 10/5 at Miami* L 1-3 10/10 Eastern Michigan* T 1-1 10/12 Central Michigan* T 2-2 10/17 Northern Illinois* L 0-1 10/19 Western Michigan* L 0-1 10/24 at Toledo* L 1-2 10/26 at Bowling Green* L 0-3 10/30 at Kent State* L 1-2 * - Mid-American Conference Games

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 8/21 at Pittsburgh L 0-1 8/27 at Colgate L 0-2 8/30 at Long Island L 0-1 9/4 at CCSU L 1-3 9/6 at St. Bonaventure L 1-3 9/9 Niagara W 1-0 (ot) 9/13 Binghamton L 0-1 9/20 Canisius L 1-3 9/25 Miami* T 1-1 9/27 Ball State* L 0-1 10/2 at Eastern Michigan* L 0-2 10/4 at Central Michigan* L 0-4 10/9 Western Michigan* W 2-1 10/11 Northern Illinois* W 2-0 10/16 at Toledo* L 1-3 10/18 at Bowling Green* L 0-1 10/23 Akron* L 0-2 10/25 Ohio* L 1-2 10/29 Kent State* L 0-2 * - Mid-American Conference Games

2010 (1-16-2, 0-9-2 MAC) Coach: Michael Thomas

8/20 at Pittsburgh L 4-1 8/27 at Wyoming L 3-0 8/29 at Denver L 3-0 9/3 St. Bonaventure W 3-2 9/10 Duquesne# L 2-0 9/12 Robert Morris# L 3-1 9/17 Niagara% L 1-0 9/19 Canisius% L 3-0 9/24 at Bowling Green* L 4-0 9/26 at Miami* L 4-3 10/1 at Northern Illinois* L 1-0 10/3 Western Michigan* T 0-0 (2ot) 10/8 Central Michigan* L 3-0 10/10 Eastern Michigan* L 1-0 10/15 Ball State* T 2-2 (2ot) 10/17 Toledo* L 2-1 10/22 Ohio* L 1-0 (2ot) 10/24 at Akron* L 3-0 10/28 at Kent State* L 7-1 * - Mid-American Conference Games # - Niagara University Tournament % - Big Four Tournament

2011 (12-5-4, 4-3-4 MAC) Coach: Michael Thomas

2013 (0-0-0, 0-0-0 MAC) Coach: Michael Thomas

8/19 at Binghamton W 1-0 (2ot) 8/26 Bucknell W 1-0 8/31 at Colgate W 2-0 9/3 St. Bonaventure L 3-2 9/9 Temple W 3-0 9/11 IPFW W 1-0 9/16 at Niagara# W 2-0 9/18 Canisius# W 1-0 (2ot) 9/23 Bowling Green * L 2-1 9/25 Miami * W 1-0 (ot) 9/30 at C. Michigan * T 0-0 (2ot) 10/2 at E. Michigan * T 2-2 (2ot) 10/7 N. Illinois * L 1-0 10/9 W. Michigan * W 3-2 10/14 at Ball State * T 0-0 (2ot) 10/16 at Toledo * L 2-0 10/21 at Ohio * T 1-1 (2ot) 10/23 Akron * W 1-0 10/27 Kent State * W 1-0 10/30 at Kent State % W 2-1 11/4 at Toledo% L 3-1 * - Mid-American Conference Games # - Big Four Tournament % - MAC Tournament

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2009 (3-15-1, 2-8-1 MAC) Coach: Michael Thomas

2012 (5-12-2, 3-7-1 MAC) Coach: Michael Thomas

8/17 Colgate L 2-1 8/23 Canisius W 2-0 8/26 at St. Bonaventure T 1-1 8/28 at Youngstown State L 1-0 8/31 at Bucknell L 1-0 9/2 Niagara L 1-0 (2ot) 9/14 vs. Robert Morris# W 1-0 9/16 vs. St. Francis (PA)# L 2-1 9/21 at Ball State* L 2-1 9/23 at Miami (OH)* L 2-0 9/28 Toledo* L 3-0 9/30 Northern Illinois* T 1-1 (2ot) 10/5 at Kent State* L 1-0 10/7 at Ohio* W 1-0 10/12 at Bowling Green* W 2-1 10/14 at Central Michigan* L 3-0 10/19 Eastern Michigan* L 1-0 10/21 Western Michigan* W 1-0 10/25 Akron* L 2-1 (ot) * - Mid-American Conference Games # - Niagara University Tournament

Bulls in the postseason 11/3

1998 at Norhern Illinois L, 2-0 (MAC Quarterfinals)

11/2

1999 Ohio L, 2-1 (2OT) (MAC Quarterfinals)

2000 10/31 Toledo W, 2-0 (MAC Quarterfinals) 11/3 Miami (OH) L, 2-0 (MAC Semifinals)

11/6

2001 at Miami (OH) L, 7-0 (MAC Quarterfinals)

11/6

2002 at Bowling Green L, 2-1 (2OT) (MAC Quarterfinals)

11/4

2003 at Western Michigan L, 3-0 (MAC Quarterfinals)

2011 10/30 at Kent State W, 2-1 (MAC Quarterfinals) 11/4 at Toledo L, 3-1 (MAC Semifinals)

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OPPONENT American Adelphi AKRON Albany Alfred University Alleghany American Army AUSTIN PEAY BALL STATE Binghamton Boston College Boston University BOWLING GREEN Brockport State Brown Bucknell Buffalo State California (Berkeley) California-Irvine California-Riverside Canisius Central Connecticut State Central Florida CENTRAL MICHIGAN Colgate Columbia CORNELL Cortland State Creighton Daemen Dartmouth Detroit Denver Duke DUQUESNE East Stroudsburg EASTERN MICHIGAN Elmira Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Florida Atlantic Florida Gulf Coast Florida International Franklin & Marshall Fredonia State Furman Gannon Geneseo State George Mason George Washington Grambling Hofstra Houghton Howard IPFW Jacksonville Kean College KENT STATE Kutztown La Salle Le Moyne Lehigh

G W L T GF GA 1 0 1 0 0 3 2 0 2 0 1 4 12 4 8 0 14 16 1 1 0 0 1 0 6 2 4 0 9 14 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 6 3 3 0 8 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 6 6 2 18 20 5 4 1 0 9 1 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 1 0 1 2 17 5 11 1 17 30 6 3 3 0 17 15 1 0 1 0 0 6 3 2 1 0 4 2 14 11 2 1 35 8 1 0 1 0 0 4 2 0 2 0 1 3 1 0 1 0 1 4 33 20 10 3 82 46 2 1 1 0 9 3 1 0 1 0 1 2 15 3 11 3 10 28 13 3 9 1 7 24 3 2 1 0 4 4 5 3 1 1 9 5 4 0 4 0 0 17 1 1 0 0 1 0 4 4 0 0 21 2 1 0 1 0 0 4 2 1 1 0 5 5 1 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 1 6 6 3 2 1 4 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 18 4 10 4 22 36 1 1 0 0 7 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 3 2 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 2 0 1 4 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 5 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 5 5 0 0 19 2 7 3 4 0 10 10 1 0 1 0 0 9 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 0 3 0 5 5 0 0 23 6 4 4 0 0 15 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 5 6 1 0 1 0 0 1 16 7 8 1 22 26 1 1 0 0 3 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 3 3 0 0 8 3 1 0 1 0 0 2

OPPONENT Liberty Long Island Louisville Loyola (Illinois) Maine Marshall Maryland-Baltimore Mercyhurst Miami-FL MIAMI-OH Michigan MICHIGAN STATE Minnesota Nazareth New Hampshire New Paltz State NIAGARA UNC-Charlotte UNC-Greensboro NE Missouri State NORTHERN ILLINOIS OHIO Oneonta State Oswego State Penn State Pittsburgh Purdue Radford Robert Morris Roberts Wesleyan Rochester R.I.T. Rutgers ST. BONAVENTURE St. Francis (PA) St. John Fisher St. John’s College of St. Rose San Francisco Scranton Seton Hall Siena Skidmore Coll. of Southampton Stetson Stony Brook Syracuse Temple Texas-El Paso TOLEDO Valparaiso Vermont Villanova Virginia Tech Wells WESTERN MICHIGAN Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wofford Wyoming Xavier YOUNGSTOWN STATE

G W L T GF GA 1 1 0 0 5 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 4 1 1 0 0 3 2 1 0 1 0 0 3 7 6 1 0 14 6 1 1 0 0 2 0 3 0 2 1 1 4 1 1 0 0 3 0 17 2 13 2 14 39 2 0 1 1 2 3 2 0 2 0 1 6 1 0 1 0 2 4 4 1 3 0 15 7 1 0 1 0 0 4 1 1 0 0 3 0 33 21 11 1 84 35 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 16 8 7 1 23 16 16 7 8 0 18 16 1 1 0 0 5 3 2 2 0 0 7 0 3 1 2 0 6 11 4 1 3 0 7 9 1 0 1 0 0 4 2 0 0 2 4 4 4 3 1 0 23 6 1 1 0 0 5 0 5 0 3 2 1 7 6 2 2 2 13 9 1 0 1 0 1 2 25 11 12 2 45 43 3 2 1 0 12 4 4 2 2 0 4 6 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 2 0 0 7 0 1 0 1 0 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 3 4 2 0 2 11 6 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 7 5 1 1 17 10 6 0 5 1 6 17 3 2 1 0 6 5 1 1 0 0 2 1 18 5 12 1 22 32 2 2 0 0 9 0 2 2 0 0 4 1 1 0 1 0 1 6 1 0 0 1 1 1 5 4 1 0 20 7 18 8 6 4 25 27 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 3 1 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 6 1

TOTALS

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ALL-TIME ROSTER

–A– Abman, Megan_____ 2010-present Abrams, Nancy______________ 1985 Aceto, Deanne_______________ 1982 Adamczyk, Leslie ____________ 1982 Adams, Jaime_____________ 1997-00 Aldrich, Sarah________________ 2000 Algoe, Shannon___________ 2010-12 Allen, Patricia_____________ 2004-07 Anselmo, Michelle_________ 2010-12 Anspach, Janet______________ 1982 Aparo, Robin_____________ 2000-03 Arana, Natasha___________ 2009-11 –B– Bailey, Kristen_____________ 2007-10 Bailey, Lindsey____________ 2007-10 Banwell, Jenessa__________ 2005-06 Beadle, Pattie________________ 1982 Beck, Dawn_________________ 1996 Bell, Cheyra______________ 2006-07 Bender, Nora_____________ 1985-87 Berwind, Julie____________ 1990-92 Bonczek, Chris____________ 1986-88 Bonura, Lisa_________________ 1996 Bosch, Allison_____________ 2005-07 Branca, Allison____________ 1994-96 Brennan, Dawn______________ 1987 Bridge, Leanne_______________ 1996 Brigati, Rebecca___________ 1995-98 Britton, Tracey____________ 1995-98 Brosi, Amy__________________ 1985 Byrnes, Chris________________ 1989 –C– Calvert, Anna-Lesa_________ 2001-05 Card, Suzanne____________ 1986-87 Carrero, Celina______ 2013-present Cheshire, Beth____________ 1983-84 Christensen, Sarah____________ 2008 Chillingsworth, Joanne_____ 1996-97 Christina, Katy____________ 1991-93 Cibinskas, Jocelyn_________ 2006-09 Clarke, Denise_______________ 1989 Claughton, Angelina__________ 2008 Coleman, Naniette_________ 1996-97 Collins, Heather___________ 1997-00 Colvin, Jennifer_____ 2013-present Connell, Nina_____________ 2009-10 Cook, Brenda_____________ 1990-91 Cook, Rachel________ 2012-present Coron, Amy______________ 2005-09 Costello, Beth_____________ 1995-97 Courteau, Amanda________ 2004-07 Coviello, Lauren_____ 2010-present Cowell, Helene____________ 1989-91 Cox, Emily_______________ 1999-02

Tara Donahue Crawford, Lauren________ 2008-2009 Crofut, Natalia____________ 2002-05 Curcio, Kathleen_____________ 1993 –D– Dale, Julie________________ 2006-10 Dannecker, Jenny_________ 2001-04 Dashiewicz, Michelle__________ 1990 Davis, Caryn_________________ 1998 Davis, Danielle_______________ 1991 DelGiudice, Dawn_________ 1996-99 Depowski, Chris______________ 1986 Devita, Jennifer___________ 1992-95 DiQuattro, Tricia___________ 1996-98 Dinallo, Linnaea___________ 1997-00 Dohney, Mary_______________ 1998 Damon, Kelly________________ 2000 Donahue, Tara____________ 1997-99 Dorman, Andrea_____________ 1985 Dunn, Jessica_____________ 2001-02 Dunstan, Courtney___________ 1998 –E– Eadry, Erin__________________ 1991 Eldridge, Kathy______________ 1982 Eldridge, Mary Beth _______ 1982-84 Evans, Ashley_______ 2013-present –F– Fage, Kathleen____________ 2004-07 Fernandes, Lynne_________ 1986-89 Ferreira, Shannon____________ 2003 Fisher, Erin__________________ 1989 Fisher, Shannon___________ 2009-12 Fontana, Victoria__________ 1990-92 Ford, Betsy_______________ 1988-89 Frearson, Wendy_____________ 1986 Fronk, Jennifer_______________ 1999 –G– Gabel, Pam_______________ 1982-83 Galipeau, Rachelle_________ 1991-94 Gasbarra, Annamaria_______ 1992-95 Gerbracht, Kathy_____________ 1982 Giamusso, Della______________ 1990 Giamusso, Gabriella________ 1989-90 Giesen, Megan______ 2011-present Gilkey, Kelly______________ 1989-91 Godbury____________________ 1994 Graden, Kim_________________ 1987 Graziano, Darrah_____________ 2000 Greco, Tracy______________ 1988-91 Griffiths, Heidi____________ 2004-07 Gross, Courtney_____ 2010-present Guminsky, Carol______________ 1986

Megan Hosey –H– Hall, Jackie_________ 2011-present Hanson, Kirsten___________ 1995-97 Hart, Angel_________ 2013-present Hartmayer, Lauren_________ 1996-99 Harvey, Beckey____________ 1987-88 Haskins, Shannon_________ 1992-95 Hausman, Nancy_____________ 1982 Healy, Cindy_________________ 1990 Heller, Kathy______________ 1982-83 Hierl, Melanie_____________ 1991-92 Higgins, Caitlin__________ 2006-2009 Higley, Hilary_____________ 2001-03 Hilliard, Cathryn___________ 2008-11 Hilliard, Sara______________ 2004-09 Holliday, Janet____________ 1982-84 Hosey, Megan____________ 1999-02 Hughes, Kori________ 2013-present Hunter, Christine__________ 1999-00 Hyland, Julie________________ 1988 –J– Johnson, Korine___________ 2007-08 Johnson, N’Dea_____ 2011-present Jones, Paula____________ 2009-2010 Jurisevic, Natalie____ 2010-present –K– Keefe, Jennifer____________ 1997-00 Keefe, Karla_________________ 1993 Keaton, Jessica____________ 2007-09 Kern, Jenifer______________ 2006-09 Kerr, Katie________________ 2009-12 Kidd, Kassidy_______ 2012-present Kiefer, Sue_______________ 1987-89 King, Pam___________________ 1987 Klein, Melissa_____________ 2005-09 Kline, Kristen________________ 1993 Koch, Amy__________________ 1996 Korczykowski, Arielle_______ 2001-05 Korosec, Melissa__________ 1998-99 Kowzan, Julia_____________ 2003-04 Krantz, Kelly_________________ 1996 –L– Laben, Sheri_________________ 1987 Lauko, Shelly________________ 1987 Lawson, Kristin_______________ 2004 Lenihan, Cindy____________ 1985-88 Levine, Anne Marie________ 1982-83 Listrani, Julie_____________ 1995-98 Listrani, Paula_____________ 1997-00 Logue, Meghan___________ 2011-12 Lombino, Lisa_____________ 1992-94 LoTiempo, April______________ 1994 Lust, Connie______________ 1988-90 Lyman, Lori_________________ 1987 Lytle, Dana_________ 2013-present

Paula Listrani –M– MacVie, Courtney_________ 2004-08 Madigan, Kerrianne_ 2012-present Magner, Kathleen_________ 1993-96 Mahoney, Megan_____________ 1989 Maiola, Michella___________ 1995-98 Major, Michel_____________ 1983-86 Malausky, Ann_______________ 1982 Malayny, Anne____________ 2001-03 Mann, Courtney_____ 2011-present Markiewicz, Kristin__ 2012-present Maul, Meaghan___________ 1999-02 Monfalcone, Jeannine_________ 1993 Mangan, Mary_______________ 1983 Mann, Aimee_____________ 1993-95 Marricino, Roma__________ 1985-86 Martell, Sherry___________________ Mayer, Heidi_________________ 1982 McCabe, Debbie__________ 1991-92 McCalla, Brooke___________ 2005-08 McCoy, Carlene______________ 1987 McGarry, Erin_____________ 2000-03 McHale, Courtney_________ 2007-10 McHale, Shannon____________ 1988 McJury, Brenna___________ 2001-04 McKenna, Zita____________ 2000-03 McMahon, Karen____ 2010-present McNamara, Carolyn________ 2009-12 Medige, Patti________________ 1982 Metzger, Ann_____________ 1986-87 Mihok, Jennifer___________ 2006-09 Mikovich, Kay_____________ 1986-88 Mincher, Erica____________ 2002-05 Mislin, Lindsay____________ 2000-02 Moore, Sarah_______ 2011-present Moreira, Jennifer__________ 2003-04 Morgan, Mary____________ 1996-98 Morley, Amy_________________ 1995 Mort, Lauren________________ 2001 Murphy, Pat______________ 1982-83

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–N– Newton, Amy_____________ 1983-85 Nicholas, Angela__________ 2008-12 Niper, Andrea_______ 2013-present Nitzenberger, Ann_________ 1986-89 Noble, Laurie________________ 1992 Noble, Brittney_______________ 2012 –O– O’Donnell, CoCo__________ 1987-88 Okun, Sheri_________________ 1987 Oliveri, Alana_______ 2013-present Olsen, Christina___________ 2007-08 Olszewski, Nicole__________ 2000-03

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–P– Pantera, Julie_____________ 1986-87 Parks, Heidi______________ 1984-85 Paquette, Corinne_________ 1996-97 Paquette, Lisa____________ 1991-94 Perillo, Lori_______________ 1993-96 Pettenuzzo, Martina_______ 2007-10 Pfeffer, Elizabeth__________ 1999-02 Philips, Dawn_____________ 1986-88 Phelps, Heather______________ 1994 Piedmont, Alexandria______ 2003-04 Pittaro, Nicole____________ 1992-95 Pittman, Corrine__________ 1992-94 Podbielski, Linda__________ 1986-87 Porter, Allison________________ 2004 Potenza, Theresa_____________ 2000 –Q– Quidort, Caroline_____________ 1995 Quigley, Danielle__________ 2009-11 Quinlivan, Anne___________ 1982-85 –R– Reed, Lisa___________________ 1990 Ricci, Kate________________ 1989-91 Ricci, Leanne________________ 1996 Rich, Kerry_______________ 1987-89 Roberts, Katie______ 2011-present Roesch, Jessica____________ 2003-06 Rogers, Cherie____________ 1997-00 Roppelt, Christine_________ 1989-91 Roth, Samantha___________ 2004-07 Rothwell, Lisa_____________ 1984-87 Rounds, Jennifer__________ 2001-04 Rowe, Deanna_______________ 2008 Rubin, Tobey________________ 1982 Ruf, Keri_________________ 1990-92 Ruggiero, Geenamarie_____ 2004-07 Ruopp, Jennifer___________ 1990-92 Russell, Devon____________ 2000-03 Russell, Emily_____________ 2000-03 –S– Sadeghi, Soraya______________ 1999 Sadonis, Lindsey________ 2002-2003 Scanlon, Kathy_______________ 1988 Schaeffer, Nancy_____________ 1983 Schaidle, Emily_______________ 2007 Schleyer, Lindsey__________ 2009-11 Schneck, Pamela__________ 2002-05 Schoultz, Andrea_____________ 1994 Schneider, Melynda___________ 1999 Shanahan, Colleen____________ 1985 Shinavar, Jennifer____________ 1990 Shyu, Lisa___________________ 1999 Siegel, Lisa_______________ 1985-87

Erin Tambs Simpkin, Joanne__________ 1983-85 Sinclair, Paula_____________ 1998-01 Smith, Kathryn____________ 1992-95 Smith, Kerry_________________ 1991 Smith, Lea__________________ 1985 Smith, Patty_________________ 1995 Stahl, Aubrey_____________ 2008-11 Starchok, Kelly____________ 1993-96 Steffan, Cheryl____________ 1988-91 Sten, Kristy__________________ 1993 Sullivan, Andrea___________ 1999-02 Swerdloff, Samantha_______ 1999-00 Szafranski, Lindsay________ 2001-05

Andrea Vescio

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–Z– Zorich, Sue__________________ 1992

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–T– Talerico, Dana____________ 1992-95 Tambs, Erin_____________ 2001-2004 Tatusko, Gina________________ 1996 Tesky, Julia_______________ 2005-08 Therien, Sophie_____ 2011-present Thompson, Jennifer________ 2003-04 Thompson, Kim______________ 1987 Thompson, Taylor_________ 2009-12 Tower, Joanna____________ 1992-95 Trout, Carrie_________________ 1991 Tresino, Nicole____________ 1996-97 Trusilo, Mary_____________ 1988-89 Turner, Ashley____________ 2004-07 Turner, Danielle___________ 2010-11 –V– Vanderwinckel, Kim___________ 1988 Velez, Stephanie__________ 2009-12 Ventresca, Anna___________ 1996-97 Vescio, Andrea____________ 2005-08 Volpe, Tracey_____________ 1988-91 –W– Walsh, Vanessa____________ 2001-03 Ward, Jackie______________ 1991-92 Wead, Emily_________________ 1998 Weber, Nikki______________ 1994-95 Weems, Alicia________________ 1996 West, Lauren_____________ 2000-03 Wheldon, Ainsley___ 2010-present White, McKenzie____ 2011-present Wicher, Jennifer___________ 1990-92 Wilson, Nikki_____________ 2005-08 Winch, Kara______________ 2004-07 Woods, Amy______________ 1997-98 Worth, Liz________________ 1989-90 –Y– Young, Anita_____________ 1988-91

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