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2012 Lacrosse Media Guide

Contents The 2012 Bloomsburg Huskies

About Bloomsburg.................................................... 2 Quick Facts / Administration................................. 3 2012 Season Preview................................................ 4

The Coaching Staff

Head Coach Erin Cunnane..................................... 7 Assistant Coach Karli Brentlinger......................... 7

The 2012 Bloomsburg Huskies

2012 Season Roster................................................... 8 Player Profiles..........................................................10

2011 Season in Review

Results.......................................................................20 Statistics....................................................................21 All-Time Season Scoring Leaders........................22 PSAC Information..................................................23 2012 Schedule......................................... Back Cover

For more information about Bloomsburg University Women’s Lacrosse, please visit www.BUhuskies.com

CREDITS

On the cover Center: Maggie Canavan Clockwise from top left: Samantha King, Sam Mazzie, Aubrey Bossert and Kelsey Metzler.

All of Bloomsburg’s athletic publications are published by the Office of Communications/University Advancement. Copyright 2011. Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. Writing, cover design and interior graphics by Assistant SID Don Sherman and Graduate Assistant Brooke Wilson. Design and layout by Brooke Wilson. Additional contributions by Student Assistants Trevor Behler, Jenna Castrovillari, Leah Cover, Sean Lerman and Chris Martrich. Photography by Keith Haupt and the Office of Communication.

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About Bloomsburg University Bloomsburg University, a member of Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education, is a four-year coeducational public university founded in 1839. Through the stages of its development from a normal school to a teachers college to a multipurpose state college and finally to a university in 1983, the institution has retained its emphasis on liberal arts and career education. Bloomsburg is recognized as one of the best 100 public universities in the United States, and excellence, ranging from its 18 national championships to its international reputation in a number of its academic programs, is an attitude found throughout the faculty and staff.

The university’s Division of Continuing and Distance Education serves students through nondegree credit courses, noncredit minicourses, off-campus classes, credit for life experience and distance learning courses on public television. The Town of Bloomsburg, located in the Susquehanna River Valley, has a population of about 12,000 people. The central business district is just three blocks southwest of campus, and includes more than 80 retail stores, restaurants, and the Bloomsburg Fair in September. More stores, restaurants and theaters can be found along nearby Route 11 and at the Columbia Mall, northwest of town.

About 90 percent of Bloomsburg’s students come from throughout Pennsylvania, creating a diverse mix of cultures and ideas. It’s a place where friendships that last a lifetime begin. And it’s a busy place — with more than 160 student organizations and activities, NCAA Division II athletic programs and a popular recreation center.

The university is within a one-hour drive from such cities as Hazleton, Williamsport, Wilkes-Barre and Scranton; 1.5 hours from Harrisburg; 2.5 hours from Philadelphia; 3 hours from New York City and Baltimore; and four hours from Pittsburgh and Washington, DC.

> Enrollment— Total enrollment is now 9,400, with an average incoming SAT of 1070 and class rank in the upper 25 percent; Bloomsburg admits one in seven applicants and has a four-year retention rate significantly higher than the national average. About 60 percent are women and 10 percent are non-traditional. About 90 percent of Bloomsburg graduates are quickly placed in their chosen fields.

> Degrees— Bloomsburg University offers 63 baccalaureate degrees, 18 master’s degrees and a joint doctoral degree in elementary education in cooperation with Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

> Faculty— With approximately 1,000 employees, Bloomsburg University has 383 full-time faculty, 70 percent of whom hold doctoral degrees and 72 percent of whom are tenured. The staff is organized into four divisions: Academic Affairs, Administration, Student Life and University Advancement. Governance is through the State System of Higher Education’s Board of Governors and through the university’s Council of Trustees.

> Cost­—About $5,358 per semester for Pennsylvania residents (tuition, fees, typical room and meal plans), $13,396 for non-residents.

> Financial Aid— About 70 percent of all students receive some form of financial aid; average amount of aid is $10,026 per year.

> School Colors, Mascot— The school colors, originally “lemon and garnet,” have been maroon and gold since the 1920s. In the early 1930s, the Husky became the school mascot when a dog owned by a faculty member accompanied Adm. Richard E. Byrd on an expedition to the South Pole.

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Administrators / Staff

Bloomsburg Quick Facts

Location ..................................Bloomsburg, Pa. President................................Dr. David L. Soltz Founded......................................................... 1839 Enrollment................................................... 9,400 Athletics Affiliation.............NCAA Division II Conference...........................Pennsylvania State . ............................ Athletic Conference (PSAC) School Colors...........................Maroon & Gold Team Nickname..................................... Huskies Web site.......................................buhuskies.com Athletic Director.....................Mike McFarland Athletic Department...................570-389-4050

Dr. David Soltz

Mike McFarland

Kathy Heitzman

Kevin Wood

Tom McGuire

Doug Lizardi

Allen Larsen

Roxanna Larsen

Dave Huber

> President

> Director of Athletics

> Associate Director of Athletics

Sports Information Director....Tom McGuire SID E-mail....................tmcguire@bloomu.edu SID Phone.....................................570-389-4413 Athletic Trainers............................ Allen Larsen, .....................................Roxanna Larsen, Dave Huber Training Room.............................570-389-4369 Football Stadium................. Robert B. Redman Stadium Capacity........................................................ 4,775 Surface.................................................... FieldTurf Field Hockey/Lacrosse/Soccer Stadium.......................................Sports Stadium Seating Capacity............................................. 700 Surface.................................................... FieldTurf

> Athletic Operations

> Director of Sports Information/ Athletic Marketing

> Equipment Manager

Basketball/Wrestling Arena................................... Nelson Field House Capacity........................................................ 1,745 Other Facilities Baseball........................... Danny Litwhiler Field Softball..............................Jan Hutchinson Field Swimming.................Nelson Field House Pool Tennis............. Bloomsburg University Courts

> Athletic Trainer

> Athletic Trainer

> Athletic Trainer

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Season Preview

Following a 10-7 season that resulted in a PSAC playoff berth, the Bloomsburg University women’s lacrosse team eyes another postseason bid. With the return of Bloomsburg’s top three scorers from a year ago and a pair of All-PSAC goalies, the Huskies have a legitimate opportunity of making their sixth straight PSAC playoff appearance.

Bloomsburg will be under new direction this year as first year head coach Erin Cunnane takes the reigns of the women’s lacrosse program, alongside graduate assistant coach Karli Brentlinger. “Getting everyone on board with what we are thinking and what we ask, I thought would be a challenge but they have stepped up to our expectations,” said Cunnane. She continues, “I got lucky, I inherited a very talented team.” ATTACK On attack, the Huskies return two-time, All-PSAC second team honoree and co-captain Samantha King. King led the Huskies with 33 goals and was second on the team with 37 points, including four assists last season.

Metzler added 19 goals and 11 assists on the season, adding some depth to the attack. Freshmen Julie Falk, Patrice Coleman, and Marissa Moley will help raise both the talent level and add a different dynamic to the front line of the team. “Our trio of upperclassmen in the front has really helped develop the attack and have brought the underclassmen into it,” says Cunnane. MIDFIELD Running the midfield with speed is junior Maggie Canavan. Canavan added 17 points to the Huskies offense last season, including 10 goals and seven assists. Adding midfield experience for the Huskies are the Bossert twins. Aubrey was a key player last year, with 12 goals and 27 draw controls, and Ashley has gained confidence and will play a vital role this year. Natalie Draham will be helping out the midfield this season, after playing in 12 games for the Huskies last season. Incoming freshmen Morgan Sherriff and Grace Malizia add depth to the midfield and will be looking to add some time this season.

Sam Mazzie also returns up top with fellow junior Kelsey Metzler. Mazzie finished the 2011 season as Bloomsburg’s leader with 43 points and 13 assists and was second on the team with 30 goals.

Aubrey & Ashley Bossert

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Season Preview

DEFENSE Anchoring the defense this season is senior co-captain Lindsay Kupferschmidt. The defense also welcomes back an experienced junior Amber Shifflet, who is very vocal in the back end.

“Lindsay and Amber work very well together as veteran defenseman. Them working together is going to be huge for our defense,” says Cunnane. Incoming freshmen Carly Ball and Allie Campbell will make an immediate impact on the defensive end, while being able to learn from their leaders and step up. Freshmen Shannon Neligan, Amanda Jaynes, and Danielle Landiorio will add depth to the defense this season. GOALKEEPER In goal, the Huskies welcome back two familiar faces in junior Sara Bates, a 2011 second team All-PSAC selection, while they also have the addition of junior Shelby Iezzi to rely on. With two talented goalies anchoring the defense between the pipes, both will be competing for the starting job.

SCHEDULE Opening up the season against three-time reigning Division II Champions Adelphi will set the tone for the season for the Huskies. Starting off against playing the best team in the Division will be able to help the Huskies aim to play at a high level when playing in their own Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) games. “Our home opener against the Adelphi is going to be tough, but I think we can learn a lot from them. Once we play the best, then the rest will become easier and better than the first game.” OVERALL Cunnane and the Huskies are looking to improve their record from last year, with the experience and talent balancing out the new players coming in, they hope to battle for another PSAC playoff berth. “The most important thing throughout the season is that we stay focused, while maintaining our very positive balanced team environment. Our team has the talent and foundation in order to get where we want to be this season.”

“Both goalies are very good and they each shine in different ways. We are very excited to have them both return.”

Samantha King prepares for a draw control

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Coaching Staff


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Erin CUNNANE

Head Coach • First Season Indiana University of Pennsylvania ’07

Erin Cunnane was named the head coach of women’s lacrosse at Bloomsburg in September of 2011. She will also begin her second season as the assistant coach of both men’s and women’s swimming this year. Cunnane was a dual sport athlete competing in both swimming and lacrosse at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) graduating magna cum laude in 2007 with a degree in Psychology. She was a PSAC qualifier for four years in the distance Freestyle events and served as team captain her junior and senior years. In lacrosse, Cunnane was a two-year defensive starter and was named to the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Academic Honor Roll. After IUP, Cunnane also served as a graduate assistant swim coach at Bethany College in West Virginia from 2007-09, while earning her master’s degree from West Virginia University in Athletic Coaching Education in 2009. She also received a master’s degree in Education (School Counseling) from Bloomsburg University in May of 2011. As the grad assistant at Bloomsburg , Cunnane dealt with the distance swimmers and helped qualify eight of her 10 swimmers for the PSAC championships. All eight swimmers finished in the top 16 with John King finishing third and earning All-Conference honors in the 1000 free.

Karli BRENTLINGER Assistant Coach • First Season Longwood University ’11

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Roster No. Name

Year

Pos. Ht.

Hometown/High School

2

Maggie Canavan

Jr.

M

5-7

Erdenheim / Springfield

3

Lindsay Kupferschmidt Sr.

M

5-7

Royersford / Spring-Ford

5

Kelsey Metzler

Jr.

A

5-4

Schwenksville / Perkiomen Valley

7

Shannon Neligan

Fr.

M

5-6 West Hempstead, NY / Kellenberg Memorial

8

Danielle Iandiorio

Fr.

M

5-3

Bridgewater, NJ / Bridgewater-Raritan

9

Ashley Bossert

So.

M

5-6

Ambler / Wissahickon

10 Carly Ball

Fr.

D

5-1

Lansdale / North Penn

11 Aubrey Bossert

So.

M

5-6

Ambler / Wissahickon

12 Samantha King

Sr.

M

5-6

Elkton, MD / North East

16 Sam Mazzie

Jr.

M

4-11

17 Amber Shifflett

Jr.

M/D 5-6

18 Grace Malizia

Fr.

M

5-3

Collegeville / Perkiomen Valley

20 Morgan Sherriff

Fr.

M

5-7

Downingtown / Coatesville

21 Allie Campbell

Fr.

D

5-4

Pottstown / Owen J. Roberts

22 Patrice Coleman

Fr.

M

5-5

Media / Penncrest

24 Amanda Jaynes

Fr.

D

5-4

Quakertown / Pennridge

25 Julie Falk

Fr.

A

5-8

Millersville / Penn Manor

26 Marisa Moley

Fr.

M

5-3

Phoenixville / Spring-Ford

33 Natalie Draham

Jr.

M

5-4

Blue Bell / Wissahickon

44 Shelby Iezzi

Jr.

GK

5-3

Pottstown / Owen J. Roberts

95 Sara Bates

Jr.

GK

5-7

Wading River, NY / Shoreham-Wading River

Barto / Boyertown Pasadena, MD / Chesapeake

Head Coach: Erin Cunnane, IUP (first season) Assistant Coach: Karli Brentlinger, Longwood University (first season)

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Player Profiles


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Samantha KING Midfield • sr • 5-6 Elkton, MD • North East

2011: Scored a goal and had an assist in the win over Seton Hill in the season opener (3/2)…Logged two goals on three shots against St. Andrews Presbyterian (3/12)…Scored one goal against Queens (3/13)…Scored a goal against West Chester (3/21)…Scored six gp-gs g a pts gb cto goals on seven shots in the victory over IUP (3/25)…Recorded one goal 2011 17-16 33 4 37 12 10 against #4 Lock Haven (3/26)…Had a game-high three goals to help 2010 18-18 46 3 49 29 8 lead the Huskies offensively against #8 Mercyhurst (3/29)…Scored a 2009 18-16 41 5 46 32 9 TOT 53-50 120 12 132 73 27 game-high three goals against Gannon (4/2)…Led the Huskies in scoring with four goals against Shippensburg (4/6)…Scored one goal against Millersville (4/9)…Had a game-high five goals and chipped in one assist in the 10-6 victory over Slippery Rock (4/17)…Recorded a goal in the win over ESU (4/21)…Won five draw controls and logged two goals in the PSAC quarterfinal game against Mercyhurst (4/26) 2010: Scored five goals and had one assist in the win over Millersville…Had a nine-game streak of scoring at least one goal per game…Scored two goals and won five draw controls in the game against Shippensburg… Had four goals in games against Bentley and Kutztown…Caused two turnovers and scored one goal in season opener against Seton Hill…Scored three goals against Millersville…Scored four goals and had an assist against West Chester…Named to the All-PSAC Eastern Division second team. 2009: Named PSAC-East Freshman of the Year and first team All-PSAC East…Second on the team in goals with 41 and third on the team in points with 46…Had just two games where she did not score… Scored five goals in 10-9 win against Shippensburg…Picked up 32 ground balls and had 29 draw controls.

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Lindsay KUPFERSCHMIDT Midfield • sr • 5-7 Royersford • Spring-Ford

2011: Recorded an assist and picked up two grounds balls against Shippensburg (4/6). 2010: Picked up six ground balls and caused one turnover against Mercyhurst…Won three draw controls in the win over Bentley…Picked up seven ground balls against East Stroudsburg…Scored two goals in the win over Millersville…Named to the All-PSAC Eastern Division first team.

2011 2010 2009 TOT

gp-gs 16-14 19-19 16-1 51-34

g 0 4 3 7

a pts gb cto 1 1 27 8 1 5 47 12 1 4 14 3 3 10 88 23

2009: Played in 16 games for the Huskies…Scored three goals and had one assist…Had one goal and picked up two ground balls in the win over Kutztown…Caused three turnovers, picked up 14 ground balls, and had seven draw controls.

95

Sara BATES

Goalkeeper • Jr • 5-7 Wading River, N.Y. • Shoreham-Wading River

2011: Finished fifth in Division II in save percentage with a mark of .497....Was seventh in Division II in goals against average with a mark of 8.25 per game...Named the team MVP…Named to the PSAC All-Conference squad as a second-team selection...Logged six gp-gs ga avg sv pct saves in the victory over IUP (3/25)…Recorded six saves in the win over 2011 15-11 97 8.25 96 .497 Slippery Rock (4/16)…Had a season-high 11 saves in the win over ESU TOT 15-11 97 8.25 96 .497 (4/21)

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Maggie CANAVAN Midfield • Jr • 5-7 Erdenheim • Springfield

2011: Led the Huskies with three goals and had an assist in the game against Queens (3/13)…Registered two goals in the victory over Kutztown (3/15)… gp-gs g a pts gb cto Scored one goal in the win over IUP (3/25)…Recorded one goal and two 2011 17-8 10 7 17 7 4 assists in the game against #4 Lock Haven (3/26)…Logged an assist in 2010 16-7 11 2 13 8 8 win over #8 Mercyhurst (3/29)…Posted both a goal and an assist in a TOT 33-15 21 9 30 15 12 victory over ESU (4/21) 2010: Played in 16 games…Scored three goals in the win over Seton Hill…Scored two goals and had an assist in the win over Belmont Abbey…Had a two-game streak of scoring two goals per game…Scored one goal against West Chester…Picked up two ground balls and had two caused turnovers in the win over Millersville.

33

Natalie DRAHAM Midfield • Jr • 5-4 Blue Bell • Wissahickon

2011: Scored one goal in the victory over St. Andrews Presbyterian (3/12) 2010: Played in 19 games…Had one goal and picked up two ground balls against Mercyhurst…Scored one goal in the win over East Stroudsburg…Scored one goal and had an assist in the win over Kutztown.

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2011 2010 TOT

gp-gs 12-0 19-3 31-3

g 1 3 4

a pts gb 0 1 0 4 7 12 4 8 12

cto 1 1 2


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Shelby IEZZI

Goalkeeper • Jr • 5-3 Pottstown • Owen J. Roberts

2011: Saved a free-position shot with five seconds remaining to maintain a one goal lead over Bentley (3/8)

2010: Made 20 saves in the win over East Stroudsburg…Allowed one 2011 goal in 50 minutes played against Molloy…Picked up seven ground balls 2010 against Shippensburg…Caused one turnover and had eight ground balls TOT in game against Pfeiffer…Named to the All-PSAC Eastern Division first team.

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gp-gs ga avg sv pct 10-6 47 8.66 47 .500 19-18 154 9.26 159 .508 29-24 201 8.96 473 .504

Sam MAZZIE Midfield • Jr • 4-11 Barto • Boyertown

2011: Picked up two goals in the overtime victory against Seton Hill (3/2)…Scored one goal and had three assists in the victory over Bentley (3/8)…Logged two goals and two assists in a win over St. Andrews Presbyterian (3/12)… gp-gs g a pts gb cto Recorded a goal against Queens (3/13)…Had a team-high three goals 2011 17-16 30 13 43 31 14 to lead the Huskies to a victory over Kutztown (3/15)…Led the team 2010 19-19 42 20 62 46 16 with three goals against West Chester (3/21)…Logged two goals and TOT 36-35 72 33 105 77 30 one assist in the victory over IUP (3/25)…Scored one goal in the game against #4 Lock Haven (3/26)…Recorded a goal in the game against Shippensburg (4/6)…Had four goals and an assist in the victory over Millersville (4/9)…Caused one turnover and had two goals in the victory over Slippery Rock (4/17)…Posted two goals and two assists in a win over ESU (4/21)…Logged two goals in the PSAC quarterfinals against Mercyhurst (4/26) 2010: Scored four goals in games against Belmont-Abbey and Kutztown…Had three goals and caused one turnover in the win over Molloy…Picked up eight ground balls in 13-5 win over East Stroudsburg…Had three-game streak of scoring at least two goals per game…Scored three goals and picked up three ground balls in the win over East Stroudsburg…Scored four goals and picked up three ground balls in a win over Millersville…Scored three goals and had an assist against Slippery Rock…Scored four goals and had three ground balls against Millersville…Scored three goals, had two assists, and picked-up three ground balls in a win over Shippensburg…Scored six goals, had four assists, and picked-up five ground balls in a win over East Stroudsburg…Named to the All-PSAC Eastern Division first team…Named PSAC Eastern Division Freshman of the Year.

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Kelsey METZLER

Attack • Jr • 5-4 Schwenksville • Perkiomen Valley

2011: Recorded third-most goals on team (19)…Scored two goals and had an assist in the overtime season opening win against Seton Hill (3/2)…Logged gp-gs g a pts gb cto three goals on five shots in the victory over Benton (3/8)…Scored one 2011 17-17 19 11 30 21 3 goal and had two assists in the victory over St. Andrews Presbyterian 2010 18-6 6 5 11 23 4 (3/12)…Registered one goal and had two assists in the victory over TOT 35-23 25 16 41 44 7 Kutztown (3/15)…Notched a goal in the game against West Chester (3/21)…Logged two goals to help defeat #8 Mercyhurst (3/29)…Scored both a goal and an assist against Gannon (4/2)…Had two goals on three shots in the victory over Millersville (4/9)…Scored one goal and caused two turnovers in the victory over Slippery Rock (4/16)… Logged an assist in the victory over ESU (4/21)…Recorded both a goal and an assist in the PSAC quarterfinal game against Mercyhurst (4/26) 2010: Played in 18 games…Scored one goal and picked up four ground balls in a win over East Stroudsburg…Scored one goal and picked up three ground balls in a win over Millersville…Scored a goal and had two assists in the win over Slippery Rock…Scored one goal and picked up three ground balls in the win over Kutztown.

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Amber Shifflett Midfield • Jr • 5-6 Pasadena, Md. • Chesapeake

2011: Scored one goal in the victory over IUP (3/25)…Caused four turnovers and had three ground balls against Gannon (4/2)…Logged one goal on one shot against Shippensburg (4/6)…Tallied three ground balls against gp-gs Slippery Rock (4/16) 2011 16-9 2010 TOT

15-1 31-10

g 2 2 4

a pts gb cto 0 2 20 9 1 3 8 3 1 5 28 12

2010: Played in 15 games…Scored one goal in games against Pfeiffer and Molloy…Picked up two ground balls, caused one turnover and won one draw control against West Chester…Won a draw control and picked up two ground balls in 23-7 win over Kutztown.

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Ashley BOSSERT Attack • So • 5-6 Ambler• Wissahickon

2011: Played in 16 games, starting in four…Picked up two ground balls against IUP (3/25)…Recorded pair of ground balls against Mercyhurst (3/29) 2011 TOT

11

gp-gs 16-4 16-4

g 0 0

a pts gb cto 0 0 5 0 0 0 5 0

Aubrey BOSSERT Midfield • So • 5-6 Ambler • Wissahickon

2011: Led the team in draw controls with 27 on the year…Notched a goal in the victory over Bentley (3/8)…Led the Huskies to a win over St. Andrews Presbyterian (3/12)…Logged two goals in the victory over Kutztown gp-gs g a pts gb cto 2011 17-10 12 1 13 17 10 (3/15)…Scored a goal in the game against West Chester (3/21)… TOT 17-10 12 1 13 17 10 Recorded one goal in the victory over IUP (3/25)…Logged one goal in the victory over #8 Mercyhurst (3/29)…Scored a goal and won five draw controls in the victory over Slippery Rock (4/16)…Posted a goal in a win over ESU (4/21)…Recorded an assist in the PSAC quarterfinals against Mercyhurst (4/26)

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Carly BALL

Defense • Fr • 5-1 Lansdale • North Penn

High School: Helped North Penn to three league titles and two state playoff appearances. Was named Defensive MVP her senior year. Major: Accounting

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Allie CAMPBELL Defense • Fr • 5-4 Pottstown • Owen J. Roberts

High School: Earned All-Area and All-League honorable mention honors. Was named team captain her senior year. Major: Exercise Science

22

Patrice COLEMAN Midfield • Fr • 5-5 Media. • Penncrest

Major: Special Education/Early Childhood

25

Julie FALK

Attack • Fr • 5-8 Millersville • Penn Manor

High School: Set Penn Manor records for goals and assists in a season and a career. Was named Lancaster Lebanon League Attack MVP and all-star. Led the Lancaster Lebanon League in goals and assists. Earned team MVP honors and was a captain her senior season. Also played basketball and was a league all-star selection. Major: Speech Pathology

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Danielle IANDIORIO Midfield • Fr • 5-3 Bridgewater, NJ • Kellenberg Memorial

High School: Was named team captain her senior season. Major: Undeclared

24

Amanda JAYNES Defense • Fr • 5-4 Quakertown • Pennridge

High School: Was a two-time Suburban One second team and all-league selection. Was named team captain her senior year. Major: Business Management

18

Grace MALIZIA

Midfield • Fr • 5-3 Collegeville • Perkiomen Valley

High School: A second team Pioneer Athletic Conference honoree. Was a team captain her junior and senior seasons. Major: Spanish Education

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Marisa MOLEY

Midfield • Fr • 5-3 Phoenixville • Spring-Ford

High School: Was a three sport athlete. Major: Secondary Education and Mathematics

7

Shannon NELIGAN

Midfield • Fr • 5-6 West Hempstead, NY • Kellenberg Memorial

High School: Earned most committed award for lacrosse. Major: Speech Pathology

20

Morgan SHERRIFF Midfield • Fr • 5-7 Downington • Coatesville

High School: Was the team MVP and captain her season season. Major: Early Childhood Education

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A Year in Review


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2011 Results Overall Record: 10-7 (Home: 4-3; Away: 5-3; Neutral: 1-1) PSAC Record: 7-4 (Home: 3-2; Away: 4-2) Date Opponent Score Mar. 2 SETON HILL W, 10-8 (OT) 6 at Molloy L, 16-12 8 at Bentley W, 11-10 12 St. Andrews Presbyterian W, 17-6 13 Queens U. of Charlotte L, 7-6

Leading Scorer T. Mazzie (2); Metzler (2); S. Mazzie (2); Kakareka (2) Kakareka (5) Canavan (3) Aub. Bossert (3) Canavan (3)

Apr.

King (3) King (4) S. Mazzie (4) Metzler (4) King (5) Babilon (2); S. Mazzie (2)

15 KUTZTOWN* W, 12-4 21 at West Chester* L, 9-8 25 IUP* W, 14-13 26 LOCK HAVEN* L, 13-6 29 at Mercyhurst* W, 11-9 2 6 9 15 16 21

GANNON* at Shippensburg* MILLERSVILLE* at Edinboro* at Slippery Rock* at East Stroudsburg*

L, 10-8 L, 8-6 (OT) W, 13-3 W, 12-8 W, 10-6 W, 9-8

PSAC TOURNAMENT 26 MERCYHURST L, 13-10

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S. Mazzie (3) S. Mazzie (3) King (6) Bennett (1); T. Mazzie (1); S. Mazzie (1); King (1); Canavan (1); Babilon (1) King (3)

King (2); S. Mazzie (2); Lochetto (2)


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2011 Statistics ## Name GP-GS 16 Sam Mazzie 17-16 12 Samantha King 17-16 5 Kelsey Metzler 17-17 18 Tia Mazzie 17-17 1 Lyndsey Babilon 16-7 10 Allie Kakareka 8-6 2 Maggie Canavan 17-8 14 Sarah Bennett 15-7 11 Aubrey Bossert 17-10 21 Kelsey Schwan 15-9 7 Gabrielle Lochetto 16-1 8 Monica Novielli 17-2 17 Amber Shifflett 16-9 33 Natalie Draham 12-0 3 L. Kupferschmid 16-14 15 Kelsey Paulsen 7-0 9 Ashley Bossert 16-4 24 Ashley Bowers 17-17 95 Sara Bates 16-11 44 Shelby Iezzi 10-6 26 Rebecca Belmonte 17-16 6 Courtney Werner 11-0 4 Deanna Hauser 10-10

Total Opponents

## Name 95 Sara Bates 44 Shelby Iezzi Total Opponents

17 17

|----------------SHOTS-----------------| G A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% 30 13 43 57 .526 46 .807 33 4 37 67 .493 50 .746 19 11 30 46 .413 29 .630 15 6 21 43 .349 30 .698 14 5 19 33 .424 32 .970 11 6 17 21 .524 17 .810 10 7 17 34 .294 24 .706 11 3 14 29 .379 24 .828 12 1 13 24 .500 20 .833 6 4 10 12 .500 11 .917 7 1 8 17 .412 10 .588 4 1 5 7 .571 7 1.000 2 0 2 3 .667 2 .667 1 0 1 4 .250 4 1.000 0 1 1 1 .000 1 1.000 0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 3 .000 2 .667 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000

175 64 239 402 .435 310 151 52 203 391 .386 295

.771 .754

|---GOALS---| GW FPG-FPS 1 10-13 2 6-13 0 2-7 2 6-16 2 5-5 0 2-5 0 2-6 1 1-4 1 4-7 0 1-2 0 4-6 0 0-1 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0-0 0 0-3 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 9 6

GB DC T/O CT 31 20 32 14 12 24 32 10 21 15 34 3 42 16 25 20 15 11 24 1 9 6 7 6 7 7 20 4 26 6 19 11 17 27 24 10 7 2 9 0 7 7 15 2 18 5 15 5 20 7 16 9 0 2 7 1 27 5 8 8 2 0 6 0 5 2 8 0 27 15 14 13 30 0 11 5 13 0 5 0 24 1 6 7 4 1 1 1 24 1 16 14

43-89 388 180 336 144 37-112 373 179 341 132

|---GOAL AVERAGE----------------| |--SAVES--| |-RECORD-| GP-GS Minutes GA GAAvg Saves Pct W L 15-11 705:49 97 8.25 96 .497 5 4 10-6 325:30 47 8.66 47 .500 4 1 17 17

1,031:19 1,031:19

144 169

8.38 9.83

143 .498 140 .453

9 5

5 8

Shots Faced 259 109 368 380

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All-Time Season Scoring Leaders Season Goals Assists 1977 Lisa Regan 7 Lisa Regan 3 1978 Gail Hopkins 4 Gail Hopkins 2 Lisa Regan 4 1979 Leilla Elliott 10 1980 1981 1982 1983 Penny Megay 21 1984 Penny Megay 20 Lynn Hurst 6 1985 Missy Clayton 9 Deb Fraga 9 1986 Kelly Cuthbert 35 Kelly Cuthbert 6 1987 Kelly Cuthbert 35 1988 Kelly Cuthbert 39 Cindy Daeche 9 1989 Kelly Cuthbert 47 Cathy Samples 16 Betsy Warmerdam 16 1990 Kelly Bracken 29 1991 Cathy Samples 25 Sunya Ennis 9 1992 Bridget Drake 35 Kelly Bracken 7 1993 Megan Quinlan 35 Megan Quinlan 12 1994 Meghan Vernon 33 Nicole Schiavello 7 1995 Meghan Vernon 63 Meghan Vernon 12 1996 Colleen Fahie 21 Colleen Fahie 7 1997 Erica Brower 38 Michele Baylor 7 1998 Erica Brower 48 Michele Baylor 15 1999 Michele Baylor 30 Michele Baylor 14 Roxann Emerick 30 2000 Michele Baylor 47 Katie MacLean 20 2001 Roxann Emerick 51 Georgia Carinci 27 2002 Katie MacLean 39 Megan Pry 23 2003 Georgia Carinci 46 Megan Pry 41 2004 Georgia Carinci 85 Georgia Carinci 26 2005 Sheila Zilinski 55 Danielle Yeager 24 2006 Cali Toms 36 Brittany Lucchesi 9 2007 Cali Toms 31 Megan Taylor 15 2008 Cali Toms 47 Kelsey Quigley 20 2009 Kelsey Quigley 45 Kim Springman 24 2010 Allie Kakareka 50 Kim Springman 29 2011 Samantha King 33 Sam Mazzie 13

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Points Lisa Regan Gail Hopkins

10 6

Leilla Elliott

10

Penny Megay Penny Megay Missy Clayton Deb Fraga Kelly Cuthbert

21 24 9 9 41

Kelly Cuthbert Kelly Cuthbert

42 57

Cathy Samples Bridget Drake Megan Quinlan Meghan Vernon Abby Lupo Meghan Vernon Colleen Fahie Erica Brower Erica Brower Michele Baylor

30 38 47 36 36 75 28 38 58 44

Michele Baylor Roxann Emerick Katie MacLean Georgia Carinci Georgia Carinci Danielle Yeager Cali Toms Megan Taylor Kelsey Quigley Cali Toms Kim Springman Allie Kakareka Same Mazzie

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Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference

Originating in 1951 to administer and promote men’s athletics, the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference has evolved into one of the NCAA’s most heralded intercollegiate conferences. The first major step came in 1977, when based on a growing interest, the league reorganized to provide a structure for its women’s programs. Only three years later, lacking a standard competitive division, league voted to reclassify the entire conference to NCAA Division II. The most recent enhancement came during the 2008-09 academic year when the PSAC expanded adding full-time members Gannon and Mercyhurst, and associate member Long Island University-C.W. Post. The membership now consists of 16 full-time institutions and the associate. All of the league’s full-time members are located within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which makes the PSAC the largest one-state conference in the NCAA. The league has also grown to share the distinctions as: the largest conference in Division II, the largest football-playing conference in the NCAA, and, with 23, the conference that sponsors the most championships at the Division II level. Highly competitive on a regional and national level, PSAC schools annually send nearly one-third of its teams into NCAA postseason play. The membership’s success has yielded 42 NCAA team and 228 individual title winners. While proud of its athletic accomplishments, the league also has evolved into one of Division II’s finest from an academic standpoint. Nearly 1/3 of the PSAC’s estimated 6,200 participants are honored each year as “Scholar-Athletes” for maintaining a GPA of 3.25 or better - a total that has nearly doubled since PSAC Scholar-Athletes were first recognized in the mid-1990s. Although all 16 current institutions are members of Division II, eight league schools also compete at the Division I level in select sports. PSAC schools enroll over 118,000 students and claim over 670,000 alumni, including 430,000 who reside in Pennsylvania. PSAC Office Staff Steve Murray, Commissioner; Will Adair, Assistant Commissioner; Carlin Chesick, Assistant to the Commissioner; Matt Beltz, Director of Media Relations Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference 206 Annex Building Lock Haven University Lock Haven, PA 17745 Office Phone: 570-893-2512 • Office Fax: 570-893-2206• Web Site: www.psacsports.org

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