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2011

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Table of Contents

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

2011 Bloomsburg Field Hockey Media Guide Table of Contents ..................................................... 1 Quick Facts / Media Information ......................... 2 Administration ......................................................... 3 About Bloomsburg .................................................. 3 Facilities ..................................................................... 6 2011Roster . ............................................................... 7 2011 Season Preview ............................................... 8

The 2011 Bloomsburg Huskies

Player Profiles .........................................................12 Freshmen..................................................................24

The Coaching Staff

Head Coach Nikki Rhoads ..................................... 4 Assistant Coach Courtney Fretz............................ 5

2010 Season in Review

2010 Results ............................................................27 2010 Statistics .........................................................28 2010 PSAC Review ................................................29 2010 National Review ...........................................33

The Bloomsburg Field Hockey Legacy

Through the Years ..................................................36 Jan Hutchinson .......................................................40 Bloomsburg’s National Players of the Year .......43 2011 Schedule......................................... Back Cover

*For historical data please visit www.buhuskies.com

CREDITS

All of Bloomsburg’s athletic publications are published by the Office of Communications/University Advancement. Copyright 2011. Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. This publication was designed and written by former Intern/Assistant Sports Information Director Paul Bloscovich. Edited by Sports Information Director Tom McGuire and Intern/Assistant Sports Information Director Don Sherman. Written material and editorial work provided by student assistants Tim Hipszer and Liz Jung. Photography by Keith Haupt, Richard Orr Sports Photography and the Office of Communication. Some photos from University Archives.

On the cover (clockwise from top): Jenn DiSabatino, Amanda Riley, Nicole Bruce, Lauren McGinley, Betsy Renn

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Quick Facts/Media Information

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans BLOOMSBURG UNIVERSITY MEDIA

BLOOMSBURG QUICK FACTS

Location ............................................Bloomsburg, Pa. Founded..................................................................1839 Enrollment............................................................9,500 School Colors................................... Maroon & Gold Team Nickname.............................................. Huskies Conference....................................Pennsylvania State . ..................................... Athletic Conference (PSAC) President......................................... Dr. David L. Soltz Athletic Director............................ Mike McFarland Stadium .............................................. Sports Stadium Athletics Affiliation.................... NCAA Division II

FIELD HOCKEY COACHING STAFF

Head Coach . .........................................Nikki Rhoads (Bloomsburg, ’04) Overall Record ................................................... 44-21 Assistant Coach............................................................. Field Hockey Office....................... (570) 389-4380

2010 SEASON IN REVIEW

Overall Record .........19-3 (National Semi-Finalist) PSAC Record (Finish) ................................. 7-1 (1st) Final Ranking .................No. 3 (STX/NFHCA Poll) Postseason Play ............................................................ W 4-3 vs. Mansfield (PSAC Semifinals) W 2-1 vs. East Stroudsburg (PSAC Finals) W 5-2 vs. East Stroudsburg (NCAA First Round) L 1-0 vs. Shippensburg (NCAA Semi-Finals)

HISTORY

First Year of Field Hockey ................................1974 All-Time Record .............................632-86-29 (.862) NCAA Tournament Appearances ...................... 28 National Championships ...................................... 16 PSAC Championships ........................................... 17

SPORTS INFORMATION

SID ..........................................................Tom McGuire Office . .................................................. (570) 389-4413 Email ......................................tmcguire@bloomu.edu

Primary Radio and Television Outlets WHLM Radio 124 E. Main Street Bloomsburg, PA 17815 (570) 784-1200

WNEP-TV (16) 16 Montage Mountain Road Moosic, PA 18641 (570) 826-1616

WBRE-TV (28) 62 South Franklin Street Wilkes-Barre, PA 18703 (570) 823-2828

Primary Newspapers Associated Press Suite 250 One Franklin Plaza Philadelphia, PA 19102 (215) 561-1133

Patriot News P.O. Box 2265 Harrisburg, PA 17105 (717) 255-8180

Citizen’s Voice 75 N. Washington St. Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 (570) 821-2062

Press Enterprise 3185 Lackawanna Ave. Bloomsburg, PA 17815 (570) 784-2121

Daily Item 200 S. Market St. Sunbury, PA 17801 (570) 286-5671

Standard Speaker 21 N. Wyoming St. Hazleton, PA 18201 (570) 455-3636

Danville News 14 East Mahoning St. Danville, PA 17821 (570) 275-3235

Sun Gazette 252 W. Fourth St. Williamsport, PA 17701 (570) 326-1552

Milton Standard 19 Arch St. Milton, PA 17847 (570) 742-9671

Times Leader 15 N. Main St. Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 (570) 829-7229

News-Item 701 North Rock St. Shamokin, PA 17872 (570) 648-4641

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Administration/About Bloomsburg

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year ABOUT BLOOMSBURG 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.

Dr. David Soltz President

Mike McFarland

Director of Athletics

Kathy Heitzman

Associate Director of Athletics

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. 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.

Kevin Wood

Athletic Operations

Tom McGuire

Director of Sports Information/Athletic Marketing

Doug Lizardi Equipment Manager

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.

Allen Larsen

Athletic Trainer

Roxanna Larsen Athletic Trainer

Dave Huber

Athletic Trainer

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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.


Head Coach Nikki Rhoads

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

Nikki Rhoads Head Coach • 2nd Season at Bloomsburg Career Record: 41-21 (.661) Three Years

Nicole (Nikki) Rhoads will begin her second season as the head coach of field hockey in 2011. Rhoads came to Bloomsburg after spending six years at Alvernia University in Reading, including the last two as head coach of the field hockey team.

Rhoads’ Career Highlights

In her first season as head coach with the Huskies Rhoads guided Bloomsburg to a 19-3 record. The Huskies captured both the PSAC East and overall PSAC championships and advanced to the NCAA national semi-finals.

As a Coach: * 41-21 career record * Advanced to semifinals of 2010 NCAA II Championships * 3 players from 2010 team named Longstreth/NFHCA Division II All-Americans

Rhoads also coached three players to All-American honors, while five players earned All-PSAC honors, including Amanda Riley who was named the PSAC East Athlete of the Year.

As a Player: * Three-time AllAmerican (2001, 2002, 2003) * Three-time All-PSAC selection (2001, 2002, 2003) * Led Huskies to two Division II national titles * 45 career goals, tied for 11th all-time at BU * 24 career assists, 12th all-time at BU * 114 career points, Tenth all-time at BU * Career-highs in goals (13), assists (8) and points (34) in 2001 and 2002

Rhoads, whose maiden name is Hartranft, is a 2004 graduate of Bloomsburg. She was a standout player for the Huskies helping the team to two NCAA championships and two Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference titles. The Huskies compiled a record of 73-8 during her time as a player, including a perfect 21-0 record in 2002. She was a three-time All-American and three-time AllPSAC selection. Rhoads is currently tied for 10th alltime in Bloomsburg history with 45 career goals, 11th in assists with 24 and ninth in career points with 114. She was both a Bloomsburg and PSAC Scholar-Athlete.

Before coming to Bloomsburg Rhoads was the head coach at Alvernia where she led the Crusaders to a two-year record of 22-18 and a berth in the 2009 ECAC playoffs, advancing to the semi-final round. Academically 10 players from her 2009 squad earned recognition by being named to the SGI/NFHCA Division III National Academic Squad for earning GPAs of 3.3 or higher through the first semester of the 2009-10 academic year.

Rhoads has a daughter, Kadyn Rhoads.

Rhoads played at BU from 2000-03 and led the Huskies to two national championships

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Assistant Coach Courtney Fretz

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

Courtney Fretz Assistant Coach • 1st Season at Bloomsburg

Courtney Fretz begins her first season as assistant coach for the Bloomsburg University’s field hockey team in 2011. Fretz comes to Bloomsburg from Alvernia University where she served as the assistant field hockey coach for the past two seasons. While assisting at Alvernia, Fretz completed her Master’s degree and served as a graduate assistant for intramurals and recreation. A 2009 graduate from Miami University in Ohio, Fretz was a four-year scholarship field hockey player at MU (OH). A native of Oley, P.A., Fretz had her most success her freshman year where she scored five goals and had two assists. She was also named player of the week in the Mid-American Conference twice as a freshman and named to the Mid-American Conference AllTournament team. While at MU (OH) Fretz played in 59 games, recording 13 goals, six assists and notching 32 points overall. While at Miami University, Fretz was actively involved as a field hockey camp coach and the U.S. Field Hockey Futures Program, a young athlete field hockey development program located in Oxford, OH. In November of 2010 Fretz became involved with the X-Calibur field hockey club located in Pottstown. While at X-Calibur, she has coached for ages 14-19 academy teams, as well as assisted in coaching the U16 travel team. While at Bloomsburg, Fretz also will serve as a student-athlete advocate. She has also had leadership experience as a camp counselor for three summers in Trexlortown, PA and also served in a Dominican Republic Mission trip this past January.

Rhoads (far right, middle) with her fellow seniors and coaching staff posing with the 2003 national championship trophy.

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Bloomsburg Facilities

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

Bloomsburg Athletic Facilities SPORTS STADIUM

Built in 2006

Home to Huskies Field Hockey, Men’s and Women’s Soccer and Lacrosse BU’s All-Time Field Hockey Record at Sports Stadium: 57-4 (.934) 6


2011 Roster

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

2011 Bloomsburg Field Hockey # 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 26 27 62 88

Name Nicole Bruce Kate Bruce Felicia Domenici Lindsay Danz Jenna DiSabatino Cassie DiSabatino Candice Smith Jaclyn Beasley Kelsey Tobias Sandy Anceravage Amber Aulenbach Becca Sherman Brooke Simonovich Samantha Facciolla Amanda Riley Brittany Mathews Betsy Renn Courtney Berger Alexis Weber Lauren McGinley Nikki Black Meghan Hollenbach Megan Eppley

HEAD COACH: ASSISTANT COACH:

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

Numerical Roster Pos. F MF M F F M M D D F M D F M F F D D F F F GK GK

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

Hometown/High School Dalton / Lackawanna Trail Dalton / Lackawanna Trail Kunkletown / Pleasant Valley Rehoboth Beach, DE / Sussex Technical Mountain Top / Crestwood Mountain Top / Crestwood Selinsgrove / Selinsgrove Berlin, NJ / Eastern Hershey / Lower Dauphin Bloomsburg / Bloomsburg Fleetwood / Oley Valley Milford / Delaware Valley East Stroudsburg / Stroudsburg Holland / Council Rock South Tannersville / Pocono Mountain East Reedsville / Indian Valley Herndon / Line Mountain Lehighton / Lehighton Bear, DE / William Penn Wilkes-Barre / Coughlin Huntington Mills / Northwest Area Blandon / Fleetwood Camp Hill / Camp Hill

Nikki Rhoads, Bloomsburg ’04 (2nd season at BU; 41-21 overall record) Courtney Fretz, Miami University (OH) ’09 (1st season at BU)

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2011 Season Preview

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

2011 Season Preview

Following a season in which BU totaled 19 wins, claimed their 17th PSAC title, and a trip to the NCAA Semifinals the Huskies will look to refocus for another deep run in the postseason.

after a season in which she totaled 60 points on 22 goals and 16 assists. Her 2.73 points per game was fourth best in the nation last season.

In her second season at the helm of the field hockey program, head coach Nikki Rhoads will look to build on the success her team achieved last season. “You could talk strategy and tactics all day long; the two biggest things that win games are leadership and teamwork” states Rhoads. She continues, “When everyone’s on the same page you’re going to have success here.”

Along with Riley will be All-PSAC East second team honoree Lauren McGinley. McGinley finished her sophomore campaign with 27 points, second most on the team, on 12 goals and three assists. Joining her will be classmate Jenna DiSabatino, who in her first year with the Huskies tallied 10 goals and three assists. Alexis Weber, Lindsay Danz, Nicole Bruce, and Brittany Mathews will also be back this season. Weber and Danz each had 12 points last season while Bruce and Mathews each scored five goals and registered an assist. Sandy Anceravage will also be in the mix up top for the Huskies.

Returning 16 players from last year’s squad, the 2011 Huskies will have no shortage of experience or leadership. As Rhoads goes on to explain “Getting that one year under our belt, going from a transition year to starting the new year will be key; Last year there were so many questions, so much hesitation. This year there is no question, there is no hesitation. They are just ready to play.”

MIDFIELD This year the Huskies will have a new look at midfield after graduating two starters from last year, one being second team AllAmerican Julia Rush. A familiar face that will be back however will be All-PSAC East second team selection Amber Aulenbach. Returning for her junior season, Aulenbach will anchor the BU midfield from the center-mid position. “She’s a year older, more mature, and ready to take on that leadership role” states Rhoads.

ATTACK Last season the Huskies ranked third in the nation in scoring average, goals per game, and points per game. As coach Rhoads simply states “Our attacking zone is strong but it will be key to get the job done within our circle.” Returning seven of their eight top scorers from a year ago should keep that attacking zone strong as they are led by 2010 PSAC East Athlete of the Year and first team All-American selection Amanda Riley. Riley, a captain on this year’s squad, will again be a focal point in the Husky attack

Although the starting midfield unit will be new, the Huskies do return four middies from last year’s team, all who saw significant

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2011 Season Preview

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

playing time. Cassie DiSabatino is back for her junior year after playing in 21 games for the Huskies and scoring two goals. Kate Bruce and Samantha Facciolla will also be returning; both competed in 11 plus games during the 2010 season.

mediately for the Huskies this season. Along with the freshmen, Bloomsburg welcomes two transfers to preseason. Brooke Simonovich comes to BU after spending two seasons at Division I Delaware University. As a Blue Hen Simonovich played in 24 games and during her sophomore season scored two goals, one of which came as a game-winner against Saint Joseph’s University.

DEFENSE Last year the Huskies ranked third in the nation in goals against average and will look to continue their defensive efforts in 2011 as they are led by senior captain and first team All-American Betsy Renn. Last season Renn started in all of Bloomsburg’s 22 games while scoring two goals and assisting on three more. Joining her will be fellow senior back Rebecca Sherman, who tallied an assist last season. Sherman brings with her a great deal experience, playing in 50 career games for the Huskies.

Joining her this season will be Jacklyn Beasley, a transfer from Division I American University. During her one year stint with the Eagles she played in five games and tallied one assist. Look for both players to be major contributors in the fall. OVERALL With a good mix of experience and youth, the 2011 Huskies will have their eyes set on one opponent at a time. “All-in-all we are deep and have a great freshman class coming through” said Rhoads. “It’s always one game at a time. The biggest thing for us is to compete in our PSAC division, that’s our first goal. Then get to conference playoffs and then the opportunity to get to the final four.”

BU returns two goalies from a year ago and welcomes several others to preseason. Megan Hollenbach will be back for her junior campaign. Last season Hollenbach appeared in 22 games, making 21 starts and 60 saves while racking up 19 wins. Her goals against average (1.11) ranked third best in Division II last fall. Megan Eppley also returns in goal for the Huskies after seeing action in six games last season. Look for Eppley to push for a bigger role on this year’s team.

Bloomsburg opens 2011 by hitting the road to take on the Panthers of Adelphi University. Game-time is scheduled for 4 p.m. at Motamed Field in Garden City, NY. The Huskies will then play their season opener on Sept. 3, at 12 p.m. against Stonehill College at Sports Stadium.

NEWCOMERS There are five new freshmen this year along with two transfers. Among some of the top incoming freshmen will be Felicia Domenici, Candice Smith and Kelsey Tobais. All three players come from great high school programs and should make an impact im-

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Field Hockey Quick Facts

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

HUSKIES FIELD HOCKEY FACTS • 612 Wins in Program History • 4 Straight NCAA Division II Titles (1996-1999) / 2006-2009) • 17 PSAC Championships • Three Straight Seasons with 100 or more goals scored

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2011 PLAYER PROFILES


2011 Huskies

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

LINDSAY DANZ Senior • Forward Rehobeth Beach, DE / Sussex Technical

#5 2010: Had an assist in victory over #4 Stonehill College (9/4)...Had one assist to help Bloomsburg defeat Seton Hill (10/24)...Scored a goal in victory over No. 10 Millersville (10/26)...Scored one goal in Huskies win over Kutztown (11/3)...Logged one goal in victory over East Stroudsburg in the NCAA Opener (11/23). 2009: Played in 22 games for the Huskies as a sophomore...recorded a career high three assists...had her first career assist in win over Slippery Rock (9/13)…registered five shots on goal. 2008: Appeared in 22 games for the Huskies as a freshman...scored her first career goal in win over Seton Hill (9/28)…posted 11 shots on goal. Major: Elementary education/special education

Danz’s Career Highs Goals: 1 (Three Times) Most Recent: vs. East Stroudsburg (11/23/10) Assists: 1 (Two Times) Most Recent: vs. Seton Hall (10/24/10) Points: 2 vs. Kutztown (11/3/10)

DANZ’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP 2008 22 2009 22 2010 21 Totals 65

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GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 0 11 1 0 2 .091 0 5 0 3 3 .000 3 17 4 4 12 .235 3 33 5 7 17 .152


2011 Huskies

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

BETSY RENN Senior • Defender Herndon / Line Mountain

#21 2010: Had an assist in win over #4 Stonehill College (9/4)...Recorded three shots on goal in the win over Adelphi (9/11)...Recorded one assist against East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Scored a goal in win over No. 10 Millersville (10/26).

Renn’s Career Highs Goals: 1 vs. Millersville (10/26/10) Assists: 1 (Two Times) Most Recent: vs. East Stroudsburg (10/02/10) Points: 2 vs. Millersville (10/26/10)

2009: Started in all 23 games on defense as a sophomore for the Huskies…named second team All-PSAC East...helped BU record 11 shoutouts during the season...three times the Huskies limited their opponents to zero shots (Houghton - 8/29; Seton Hill - 9/3; Slippery Rock - 10/3)...helped the Huskies to five straight shutouts toward the end of the season (ESU - 10/16; Catawba - 10/18; Millersville - 10/22; Mercyhurst - 10/25; PSAC Semifinal vs. Mercyhurst - 10/30)...aided the Huskies limit Shippensburg (11/13) and UMass-Lowell (11/15) to two goals apiece during NCAA championships as BU won its fourth straight national title. 2008: Played in 16 games on defense as a freshman as the Huskies won their third straight national title…scored her first career goal in win over Mansfield (9/18)...helped the Huskies defense total 11 shutouts on the year. Major: Accounting

RENN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP 2008 16 2009 23 2010 21 Totals 60

GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 0 5 1 0 2 .200 23 3 0 0 0 .000 21 26 2 3 7 .077 44 34 3 3 9 .088

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2011 Huskies

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

AMANDA RILEY Senior • Forward Tannersville / Pocono Mountain East

#18

2010: Scored a second half goal in win over #4 Stonehill College (9/4)...Scored a goal and had two assists in a win over Franklin Pierce University (9/5)...Scored one goal and had one assist in win over Adelphi (9/11)...Scored the only goal of the game in the Huskies win over Mercyhurst (9/18)...Scored one goal against East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Had a goal and an assist against Slippery Rock (10/9)...Scored one goal to help defeat C.W. Post (10/17)...Added two goals in a shutout win over Seton Hill (10/24)...Had an assist in a victory over No. 10 Millersville (10/26)...Scored the teams only goal in a shutout over No. 3 East Stroudsburg (10/30)...Scored one goal and had three assists in Riley’s victory over Mansfield (11/6/10)...Registered two assists in Huskies win over Slippery Rock (11/9)... Career Highs Logged both a goal and an assist in shutout win over C.W. Post (11/13)...Scored one of the teams two goals to lead Bloomsburg to a victory over East Stroudsburg in the PSAC Championship match Goals: 3 (11/20)...Led the Huskies by scoring three goals and adding an assist in victory over East Strouds vs. East Stroudsburg burg (11/23). (11/23/10) 2009: Started 22 games as a sophomore...named first team All-American by the NFHCA...led the nation in both points (62) and goals (27), both fourth best in Bloomsburg history...also led nation with 2.7 points-per-game and 1.17 goals-per-game...named first team All-PSAC East...earned PSAC East Player of the Week honors in each of the final three weeks of the season...featured in December 7, 2009 issue of Sports Illustrated’s Faces in the Crowd...had a streak of three straight games in which she scored at least two goals (at C.W. Post - 9/9; at Seton Hill - 9/12; at Slippery Rock - 9/13)... had 14 points in four-game stretch (vs. Shippensburg - 9/29; at Kutztown - 10/3; vs. Slippery Rock - 10/5; vs. C.W. Post - 10/7)...had career highs in both goals (3) and points (6) in win over C.W. Post (10/7)...scored five points (two goals and an assist) in win over Catawba (10/18)...tied career-high of six points on two goals and two assists in win over Mercyhurst in semifinals of PSAC tournament (10/30)...scored two goals in win over UMass-Lowell in NCAA national championship game (11/15).

Assists: 3 vs. Mansfield (11/6/10) Points: 7 vs. East Stroudsburg (11/23/10)

2008: Played in 23 games as a freshman...was sixth on team in points with 26...tied for fifth on team with 12 goals...scored her first career goal in win at Houghton (8/29)...had first career two-goal game in victory at Slippery Rock (8/30)...notched five points on two goals and an assist in win over C.W. Post (9/27)...scored two goals in win over Catawba (10/12). Major: Elementary education/special education

RILEY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP 2008 23 2009 23 2010 21 Totals 67

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GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 1 33 12 2 26 .364 22 91 27 8 62 .297 21 93 22 16 60 .237 44 217 61 26 148 .281


2011 Huskies

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

REBECCA SHERMAN Senior • Defender bushkill / Delaware Valley

#14 2010: Had her first assist of the season against East Stroudsburg in the NCAA opener (11/23). 2009: Played in career high 16 games, starting eight times for the Huskies on defense as a sophomore...helped the Huskies to five straight shutouts toward the end of the season (ESU - 10/16; Catawba - 10/18; Millersville - 10/22; Mercyhurst - 10/25; PSAC Semifinal vs. Mercyhurst - 10/30)...helped the Huskies limit Shippensburg (11/13) and UMassLowell (11/15) to two goals apiece during NCAA championships as BU won its fourth straight Sherman’s national title.

Career Highs

Goals: N/A Assists: 1 vs. East Stroudsburg (11/23/10)

2008: Played in 13 games as a freshman for the national champion Huskies...helped Bloomsburg total 11 shutouts while on defense. Major: Psychology

Points: 1 vs. East Stroudsburg (11/23/10)

SHERMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP 2008 13 2009 16 2010 20 Totals 49

GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 0 0 0 0 0 .--8 0 0 0 0 .--20 1 0 1 1 .000 28 1 0 1 1 .000

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16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

SANDY ANCERAVAGE Junior • Forward Bloomsburg / Bloomsburg

#12 2010: Played in two games for the Huskies. 2009: Played in 19 games as a freshman as the Huskies won their fourth consecutive national championship...scored her first career goal in win over Seton Hill (9/3)…netted her second goal of the season in BU’s second meeting against Seton Hill (9/12)...scored goals in consecutive games (Millersville - 9/26; Shippensburg - 9/29)...also notched goals in win over Slippery Rock (10/5) and in victory at Mansfield (10/10).

ANCERAVAGE’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP 2009 19 2010 2 Totals 21

GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 0 17 6 0 12 .353 0 1 0 0 0 .000 0 18 6 0 12 .333

Major: Business administration

AMBER AULENBACH Junior • Midfielder Fleetwood / Oley Valley

#13 2010: Recorded an assist in victory over No. 4 Stonehill College (9/4)...Scored a goal in win against Franklin Pierce (9/5)...Had an assist in win over No. 10 Millersville (10/26)... Registered one assist and two shots on goal in Huskies win over Mansfield (11/6). 2009: Played in 22 games, starting three times for the national champion Huskies as a freshman, posting three shots. Major: Undeclared

AULENBACH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 2010

GP 22 21

Totals 43

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GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 3 3 0 0 0 .000 21 37 2 5 9 .054 24

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2011 Huskies

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

NICOLE BRUCE Junior • forward clarks summit / Lackawanna Trail

#2 2010: Scored a goal in win over 4th-ranked Stonehill College (9/4)...Scored two goals in Huskies win over Mansfield (11/6)...Logged both an assist and a goal in a shutout win over C.W. Post (11/13). 2009: Played in 13 games for the Huskies…saw her first career playing time in BU’s season-opening win over Houghton (8/29)...registered three shots on goal. Major: Education

BRUCE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP 13 21 34

GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 0 3 0 0 0 .000 3 25 5 1 11 .200 3 28 5 1 11 .179

CASSIE DISABATINO Junior • Midfielder mountain top / crestwood

#8 2010: Recorded one shot on goal in win against Adelphi (9/11)...Logged one goal in a win over Seton Hill (10/24)...Scored her second goal of the season in win over Mansfield (11/6). 2009: Played for Wilkes University during the 2009 season...missed three games due to injury...had five goals and 10 assists on the year...received first team All-Freedom Conference honors...named to the Division III All-Rookie Team DISABATINO’S CAREER STATISTICS (2009 at WILKES) according to the womensfieldhockey.com. Year GP GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% Major: Communications 2009 16 15 43 5 10 20 .116 2010

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2011 Huskies

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

JENNA DISABATINO Junior • Midfielder Mountain Top / Crestwood

#7

2010: Scored an unassisted goal in the second half against Franklin Pierce (9/5)...Scored two of the teams three goals in win over C.W. Post (10/17)...Helped defeat Seton Hill by adding a goal and an assist (10/24)...Scored two goals and added one assist in Huskies win over Mansfield (11/6)...Scored two goals and had one assist in victory over Mansfield (11/6/10)...Scored one of the two team goals and had an assist lead Bloomsburg to a victory over East Stroudsburg in PSAC Championship game (11/20). 2009: Played for Wilkes University during the 2009 season...led in goals with 18 as well as assists with 14...honored to the Division III All-Rookie team...named the 2009 ECAC Division III Mid-Atlantic Rookie of the year...was a First Team All-Star Selection, only player from the Freedom Conference to receive the honor. Major: Communications

DISABATINO’S CAREER STATISTICS (2009 at Wilkes) Year GP 2009 19 2010 20 Totals 39

18

GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 18 43 18 14 50 .165 12 47 10 3 23 .213 30 90 28 17 73 .311


2011 Huskies

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

MEGHAN HOLLENBACH Junior • Goalkeeper Blandon / Fleetwood

#62 2010: Recorded three saves in victory over #4 Stonehill College (9/4)...Made two saves in win over Franklin Pierce University (9/5).. Recorded one save in victory over Adelphi (9/11)...Recorded her first career shutout in win over Mercyhurst. (9/18)...Recorded one save against Shippensburg (9/25)...Made nine saves to help defeat C.W. Post (10/17)...Logged six saves and allowed no goals in shutout win over East Stroudsburg (10/30)...Made two saves and allowed no goals in Huskies shutout against Kutztown (11/3)...Recorded a shutout with four saves in the victory over C.W. Post (11/13)...Made nine saves in victory over East Stroudsburg in PSAC Championship game (11/20). 2009: Played in six games in goal for the Huskies as a freshman...saw first-career playing time in BU’s season opening win over Houghton(8/29)...played in career high 35 minutes in win over Seton Hill (9/3)...teamed with Caitlin Koczynski and Michelle Cragle to post a shutout of Slippery Rock (10/5)...also posted minutes in wins over Slippery Rock (9/13), Millersville (10/22), and in the Huskies PSAC semifinals win over Mercyhurst (10/30). Major: Computer Science

HOLLENBACH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP 2009 6 2010 21 Totals 27

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GS Min. GA 0 119:56 0 20 1316:50 21 20 1436:46 21

GAA 0.00 1.12 1.02

SV 1 59 60

SV% 1.000 .738 .741

SO 0 4 4


2011 Huskies

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

LAUREN McGINLEY Junior • Forward Wilkes-Barre / Coughlin

#26 2010: Scored a goal in victory over No. 4 Stonehill College (9/4)...Scored a second half goal against Franklin Pierce University (9/5)...Scored a goal in the 44th minute against Slippery Rock (10/9)...Named the PSAC East Field Hockey Athlete of the Week after scoring three goals the previous week and helping Bloomsburg to two wins. (10/11)... Scored a goal and recorded an assist in win over No. 10 Millersville (10/26)...Logged two goals in victory over Mansfield (11/6/10)...Recorded both an assist and a goal in victory over East Stroudsburg in the NCAA Opener (11/23).

McGINLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP 14 21 35

GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 0 7 3 1 7 .429 16 43 12 3 27 .279 16 50 15 4 34 .300

2009: Saw action in 14 games as a freshman as the Huskies won their fourth straight national championship…received first career playing time and scored first-career goal in win over Seton Hill (9/12)…had career high two goals in win over Catawba (10/18)…posted first career assist in PSAC semifinal win over Mercyhurst (10/30).

Major: Elementary education/special education

BROOKE SIMONOVICH Junior • Forward East Stroudsburg / Stroudsburg

#16

2010: Participated in 17 games during her Sophmore campaign...Tallied the game winning goal against Saint Joseph’s for her first collegiate score (9/19)...Helped snap a four game-skid by scoring a goal in win over Pacific (10/8). 2009: Played in seven games as a Freshman...Recorded her only shot of the year in a win over James Madison University (9/27). Major: Elementary Education

SIMONOVICH’S CAREER STATISTICS (2009-10 at Delaware)

Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP 7 17 24

GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 0 1 0 0 0 .000 0 12 2 0 4 .167 0 13 2 0 4 .154

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2011 Huskies

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

ALEXIS WEBER Junior • Midfielder Bear, DE / William Penn

#23 2010: Scored one goal on one shot against Franklin Pierce University (9/5)...Scored one goal on two shots against Adelphi (9/11)...Scored one goal against Seton Hill (10/24)...Scored a goal in victory over No. 10 Millersville (10/26)...Scored one goal and had one assist in shutout win over Kutztown (11/3). 2009: Played in 19 games as a freshman...was the highest scorer amongst all BU freshmen...was sixth on the team in goals with seven and tied for sixth in scoring with 14 points...scored her first-career goal in win over Seton Hill (9/3)…scored a goal in Huskies win at Slippery Rock (9/13)...scored once in PSAC semifinal win over Mercyhurst (10/30)..scored game-tying goal in NCAA championship win over UMass-Lowell (11/15). Major: Speech pathology

WEBER’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP 19 22 41

GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 0 22 7 0 14 .318 3 33 5 2 12 .152 3 55 12 2 26 .218

JACLYN BEASLEY Sophomore • Defender Berlin, NJ / Eastern

#10 Major: Communications

2010: Appeared in five games for the Eagles during her freshman year...Recorded her only point of the season, assisting on a goal in a win over Colgate University (11/5).

BEASLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS (2010 at American) Year GP 2010 5 Totals 5

GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 0 0 0 1 1 .000 0 0 0 1 1 .000

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2011 Huskies

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

KATHRYN BRUCE Sophomore • Midfielder clarks summit / lackawanna trail

#3 2010: Played in 11 games for the Huskies. Major: Undeclared

BRUCE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 11 11

GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 0 0 0 0 0 .--0 0 0 0 0 .---

MEGAN EPPLEY Sophomore • Goalkeeper Camp Hill / Camp Hill

#88 2010: Had one save in win over Seton Hill (10/24)...Made one save in win over Kutztown (11/3)...Had career-high five saves in Huskies win against Mansfield (11/6). Major: Elementary education

EPPLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year 2010 Totals

GP 6 6

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GS Min. 1 170:29 1 170:29

GA 3 3

GAA 1.23 1.23

SV 7 7

SV% .700 .700

SO 0 0


2011 Huskies

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

SAMANTHA FACCIOLLA Sophomore • Midfielder holland / council rock south

#17 2010: Started in two of 13 games played for the Huskies. Major: Education

FACCIOLLA’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 13 13

GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 2 0 0 0 0 .--2 0 0 0 0 .---

BRITTANY MATHEWS Sophomore • forward reedsville / indian valley

#20 2010: Scored a goal against Franklin Pierce University (9/5)...Scored one goal on one shot against Seton Hill (10/24)...Logged two goals and one assist in victory over Mansfield (11/6)...Scored a goal in shutout win over C.W. Post (11/13). Major: Undeclared

MATHEWS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 18 18

GS Shots Goals Assists Points Shot% 1 20 5 1 11 .250 1 20 5 1 11 .250

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Freshmen

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

COURTNEY BERGER Freshman • Defender Lehighton / Lehighton

#22

High School: A four year member of the varisty team...Won three MVC Championships...Three District 11 Championships...PIAA silver medalist...Won a state championship and was ranked No. 1 in the nation in 2009...Named defensive MVP in 2010 and was a first team all-state selection. Major: Speech Pathology/Audiology

NIKKI BLACK Freshman • Forward Huntington Mills / Northwest Area

#27 High School: Was a four year member and three year starter of the field hockey team. Named captain three of her four years. Recorded the most assists on her team and helped win two consecutive division championships. Major: Undeclared

FELICIA DOMENICI Freshman • Midfielder Kunkletown / Pleasant Valley

#4 High School: Earned Rookie of the Year honors in 2007...Offensive player of the year honors in 2009...was an all-league first team pick in 2009 and 2010. Was also name team MVP in 2010. Finished her high school career with 39 goals and 23 assists. Played both field hockey and softball. Major: Elementary education

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Freshmen

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

CANDICE SMITH Freshman • Midfielder Selinsgrove / Selinsgrove

#9 High School: Was named 2007 Rookie of the Year...One time Daily Item first team selection...A two time Daily Item second team honoree...One time all-state first team selection...Two time all-state second team...2009 preseason all-star...Showcase all-star...HAC Conference first team...2010 team MVP...Won district and conference championships all four years...Led team to a National indoor championship...finished career with 29 goals and 24 assists. Major: Nursing

KELSEY TOBIAS Freshman • Defender Hershey / Lower Dauphin

#11 High School: 2010 Mid Penn all-star and team captain...Won conference championships from 2008-2010...Won district championship in 2008...2009 PIAA AAA State Champions. Was a dual sport athlete playing field hockey and lacrosse. Major: Special and Elementary education

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2010 SEASON IN REVIEW


2010 Results

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

2010 Results Date Opponent Result 9/4 at #4 Stonehill W 4-0 9/5 at Franklin Pierce W 7-1 9/11 ADELPHI W 3-1 9/18 MERCYHURST W 1-0 9/25 at #1 Shippensburg L 3-1 9/29 at #8 Millersville W 3-2 (2OT) 10/2 #3 EAST STROUDSBURG L 3-2 10/5 at #5 Kutztown W 4-0 10/9 SLIPPERY ROCK W 2-1 10/17 at #6 C.W. Post W 3-1 10/23 at IUP W 5-1 10/24 at Seton Hill W 7-0 10/26 #10 MILLERSVILLE W 4-1 10/30 at #3 East Stroudsburg W 1-0 11/3 #5 KUTZTOWN W 9-0 11/6 MANSFIELD W 12-1 11/9 at Slippery Rock W 3-1 11/13 C.W. POST W 4-0

BU Goals McGinley, Sgarlat, N. Bruce, Riley Riley, Wolfe, Aulenbach, J. DiSabatino, McGinley, Weber, Mathews Riley , Weber, Miller Riley Rush Riley (2), Renn Deloy, Riley McGinley (2), Aulenbach, Danz McGinley, Riley J. DiSabatino (2), Riley McGinley (3), DiSabatino, Deloy J. DiSabatino, Riley (2), Deloy, C. DiSabatino, Mathews, Weber McGinley, Renn, Danz, Weber Riley Miller (3), Riley (2), Deloy (2), Danz, Weber McGinley (2), J. DiSabatino (2), Riley, Wolfe, N. Bruce (2), Miller, Mathews (2), C. DiSabatino J. DiSabatino, N. Bruce, Miller Riley, N. Bruce, Mathews, Wolfe

PSAC Tournament - Bloomsburg, PA 11/19 vs. Mansfield W 4-3 Miller, Riley (2), J. DiSabatino 11/20 vs. #4 East Stroudsburg W 2-1 J. DiSabatino , Riley NCAA Championships - Louisville, KY 11/23 vs. #4 East Stroudsburg W 5-2 Riley (3), Danz, McGinley 12/2 vs. #2 Shippensburg L 1-0

Huskies Record Breakdown Overall Conference Home Away Neutral vs. Ranked Opponents Winning Streak

Record 19-3 7-1 10-1 8-1 1-1 9-3 14

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Pct. .864 .875 .889 1.000 .500 .750


2010 Statistics

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

2010 Individual Statistics # 18 26 7 6 23 5 2 20 9 33 13 21 8 28 10 14 15 11 12 88 62 17 4 3

Player Amanda Riley Lauren McGinley Jenna DiSabatino Ashley Miller Alexis Weber Lindsay Danz Nicole Bruce Brittany Matthews Amanda Deloy Brieann Wolfe Amber Aulenbach Betsy Renn Cassie DiSabatino Aime Sgarlat Julia Rush Rebecca Sherman Rachel Zerfoss Madison Schoch Sandy Anceravage Megan Eppley Meghan Hollenbach Samantha Facciolla Rhea Mitchell Kathryn Bruce TOTAL OPPONENTS

GP-GS 22-22 22-17 21-13 20-15 22-3 22-3 23-3 18-1 22-22 21-1 22-22 22-22 21-1 21-9 22-22 21-21 15-0 22-21 2-0 6-1 22-22 13-2 5-0 11-0 22 22

G 22 12 10 7 5 4 5 5 5 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 86 25

A 16 3 3 3 2 4 1 1 0 4 5 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 48 17

Pts 60 27 23 17 12 12 11 11 10 10 9 7 4 4 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 220 67

Sh 93 43 49 19 33 17 25 20 27 16 38 26 13 14 11 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 450 153

Shot% SOG .237 65 .279 25 .204 29 .368 13 .152 21 .235 13 .200 19 .250 14 .185 15 .188 14 .053 26 .077 14 .154 8 .071 9 .091 6 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .191 294 .163 88

SOG% .699 .581 .592 .684 .636 .765 .760 .700 .556 .875 .684 .538 .615 .643 .545 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .653 .575

GW 8 3 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 3

PS-Att DSv 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1-2 0 0-0 0 2-2 0 0-0 0 0-1 1 0-0 0 1-1 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 2-6 1 0-1 7

Goalkeeper Statistics # 62 88

Player Meghan Hollenbach Megan Eppley TEAM TOTAL OPPONENTS

GP-GS 22-21 6-1 0-0 22 22

Minutes 1386:50 170:29 0:00 1557:19 1557:19

GA 22 3 0 25 86

Avg 1.11 1.23 0.00 1.12 3.87

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Saves 60 7 0 67 224

Pct .732 .700 .000 .728 .723

W 17 0 0 17 3

L 3 0 0 3 17

T 0 0 0 0 0

Shutouts 4 0 1 6 1


2010 PSAC Review

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference 2010 FINAL STANDINGS Eastern Division Western Division PSAC Overall Bloomsburg* 7-1 19-3 Shippensburg* East Stroudsburg* 6-2 17-6 Mansfield* Kutztown 4-4 12-8 IUP Millersville 2-6 9-11 Slippery Rock C.W. Post 1-7 9-10 Mercyhurst

PSAC 8-0 4-4 3-5 3-5 2-6

Overall 21-2 6-15 8-9 6-14 5-14

*PSAC tournament participant 2010 PSAC TOURNAMENT Sports Stadium Bloomsburg, PA

SEMIFINALS Bloomsburg 4, Mansfield 3 Goals: BU - Riley (2), J. DiSabatino (1), Miller (1); MU - Davis (1), Tutorow (1), Grunza (1) East Stroudsburg 2, Shippensburg 1 Goals: ESU- Reckley (1), Frantz (1); SU - White (1) CHAMPIONSHIP Bloomsburg 2, East Stroudsburg 1 Goals: BU - Riley (1), J. DiSabatino (1); ESU - Brownley (1) 2010 PSAC AWARD WINNERS

Eastern Division

Western Division

Athlete of the Year Amanda Riley Bloomsburg Jr.

Athlete of the Year Kristina Taylor Shippensburg

Jr.

Freshman of the Year Erin Reynolds Kutztown Fr.

Freshman of the Year Bre White Shippensburg

Fr.

Coach of the Year Nicole Rhoads Bloomsburg

Coach of the Year Bertie Landes Shippensburg 29


2010 PSAC Review

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

2010 All-PSAC Teams

Eastern Division

Western Division

First Team

First Team

Forward Jessica Frantz Amanda Nann Amanda Riley

East Stroudsburg C.W. Post Bloomsburg

Sr. Sr. Jr.

Forward Kristina Taylor Kristy Tutorow Bre White

Shippensburg Mansfield Shippensburg

Jr. So. Fr.

Midfielder Brittany Kocis Joanna Reckley Erin Reynolds Julia Rush

East Stroudsburg East Stroudsburg Kutztown Bloomsburg

Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr.

Back Kayla Cilenti Vicky DeRosa Betsy Renn

Midfielder Kristyn Grunza Taylor Jones Gabrielle Malishchak Anouk Sickman Serena Slattery

Mansfield Shippensburg Slippery Rock IUP Mercyhurst

So. So. So. So. Jr.

East Stroudsburg C.W. Post Bloomsburg

Sr. Sr. Jr.

Goalkeeper Maureen Ordnung

Back Emily Fulton Kacie Klotz Ashley Taylor

Shippensburg IUP Shippensburg

Sr. Sr. So.

East Stroudsburg

Jr.

Goalkeeper Ciarra Delost

Shippensburg

So.

Second Team

Second Team

Forward Jenna Gregory Lauren McGinley Emily Woodland

Kutztown Bloomsburg Millersville

So. So. Sr.

Midfielder Kim Angstadt Amber Aulenbach Carlee Dragon Melissa McCarthey

Forward Katie Pufnock Taryn Schawillie Shannon Sullivan

Shippensburg Mansfield IUP

Jr. Fr. Jr.

Kutztown Bloomsburg C.W. Post Millersville

Jr. So. Fr. So.

Midfielder Erin Shirk Katie Shoop Sara Wowkowych

IUP Shippensburg Mercyhurst

So. Fr. Sr.

Slippery Rock Mercyhurst Mansfield

Jr. Jr. Jr.

IUP

Sr.

Back Katie Brautigan Kira Edelman Maria Thompson

Kutztown East Stroudsburg Millersville

Jr. Sr. So.

Back Erin Moran Rachel Sluberski Jessie Wolski

Goalkeeper Cortney Colern

C.W. Post

Sr.

Goalkeeper Lydia Dolly

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2010 PSAC Review

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

2010 PSAC Individual Leaders POINTS Player GP G 1. Jessica Frantz-ESU 23 32 2. Amanda Riley-BLOOM 22 22 3. Bre White-SHIP 23 16 4. Amanda Nann-CWP 19 17 Kristina Taylor-SHIP 23 19

A Pts Avg 6 70 3.04 16 60 2.73 10 42 1.83 6 40 2.11 2 40 1.74

GOALS Player 1. Jessica Frantz-ESU 2. Amanda Riley-BLOOM 3. Kristina Taylor-SHIP 4. Amanda Nann-CWP 5. Bre White-SHIP

G 32 22 19 17 16

ASSISTS Player 1. Amanda Riley-BLOOM 2. Brittany Kocis-ESU 3. Ashley Taylor-SHIP 4. Bre White-SHIP 5. Jemma Gregory-KUTZ

GP 23 22 23 19 23 GP 22 22 23 23 20

GAME-WINNING GOALS Player GP 1. Jessica Frantz-ESU 23 2. Amanda Riley-BLOOM 22 3. Katie Pufnock-SHIP 23 Kristina Taylor-SHIP 23 5. Carlee Dragon-CWP 19 Jenna DiSabatino-BLOOM 21 Bre White-SHIP 23

DEFENSIVE SAVES Player 1. Vicky DeRosa-CWP 2. Kellie Finn-CWP 3. Erin Moran-ROCK Kellie Avery-MC Rachel Sluberski-MC

GP 19 19 19 19 19

DS 11 8 4 4 4

Avg 0.58 0.42 0.21 0.21 0.21

Avg 1.39 1.00 0.83 0.89 0.70

SAVES Player 1. Lisa Belcastro-ROCK 2. Ashley Wiskup-MC 3. Jamie Twist-MANS 4. Cortney Colern-CWP 5. Sara Dickinson-MILL

GP 20 19 17 15 20

Sv 143 130 128 127 124

Avg 7.15 6.84 7.53 8.47 6.20

A 16 14 12 10 8

Avg 0.73 0.64 0.52 0.43 0.40

SHUTOUTS Player 1. Sara Dickinson-MILL 2. Ciarra Delost-SHIP 3. M. Hollenbach-BLOOM 4. Maureen Ordnung-ESU Lisa Belcastro-ROCK

GP 20 23 22 23 20

G 7 7 6 5 4 4 4

Avg 0.48 0.36 0.22 0.22 0.21 0.19 0.17

GOALS AGAINST AVG Player GP 1. Ciarra Delost-SHIP 23 2. Meghan Hollenbach-BLOOM 22 3. Maureen Ordnung-ESU 23 4. Sara Dickinson-MILL 20 5. Lydia Dolly-IUP 14 SAVE PERCENTAGE Player 1. Cortney Colern-CWP 2. Lydia Dolly-IUP 3. Sara Dickinson-MILL 4. Ciarra Delost-SHIP 5. Maureen Ordnung-ESU

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Shutouts 6 5 4 3 3

Avg 0.30 0.22 0.18 0.13 0.15

GA Min Avg 15 1354:21 0.78 22 1386:50 1.11 35 1558:54 1.57 33 1426:27 1.62 28 1030:03 1.90

GP 15 14 20 23 23

Sv GA 127 31 106 28 124 33 52 15 118 35

Pct .804 .791 .790 .776 .771


2010 PSAC Review

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

2010 Team Leaders SCORING AVERAGE Team GP 1. Shippensburg 23 2. Bloomsburg 22 3. East Stroudsburg 23 4. Kutztown 20 5. Mansfield 21 SCORING MARGIN Team GP 1. Shippensburg 23 2. Bloomsburg 22 3. East Stroudsburg 23 4. Kutztown 20 5. Millersville 20

GF 94 86 72 63 52 Off 4.07 3.87 3.11 3.02 1.78

GOALS Team 1 Shippensburg 2. Bloomsburg 3. Kutztown 4. East Stroudsburg 5. Mansfield

GP 23 22 20 23 21

G 94 86 63 72 52

ASSISTS Team 1. Shippensburg 2. East Stroudsburg 3. Bloomsburg 4. Kutztown 5. Mansfield

GP 23 23 22 20 21

Min 1618:23 1557:19 1618:23 1457:52 1491:08 Def 0.87 1.12 1.60 2.78 1.59

SHUTOUTS Team 1. Shippensburg 2. Millersville 3. Bloomsburg 4. East Stroudsburg 5. C.W. Post

Avg 4.07 3.87 3.11 3.02 2.44

GP Shutouts 23 9 20 7 22 6 23 5 19 4

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Team GP GA 1. Shippensburg 23 20 2. Bloomsburg 22 25 3. Millersville 20 33 4. East Stroudsburg 23 37 5. Indian (Pa.) 17 37

Margin 3.20 2.74 1.51 0.24 0.19

Avg/G 4.09 3.91 3.15 3.15 2.48

SAVES Team 1. Mansfield 2. C.W. Post 3. Mercyhurst 4. Slippery Rock 5. East Stroudsburg

Ast 58 53 48 37 27

Avg/G 2.52 2.30 2.18 1.85 1.29

PENALTY CORNERS Team GP 1. Shippensburg 23 2. East Stroudsburg 23 3. Bloomsburg 22 4. Millersville 20 5. Mansfield 21

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GP 21 19 19 20 23

Avg/G 0.39 0.35 0.27 0.22 0.21

Min 1618:23 1557:19 1451:27 1618:23 1250:39

Avg 0.87 1.12 1.59 1.60 2.07

Saves 222 176 157 148 132

Avg/G 10.57 9.26 8.26 7.40 5.74

No. 288 276 227 206 178

Avg/G 12.52 12.00 10.32 10.30 8.48


2010 National Review

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

2010 NCAA Championships

2010 Kookaburra/NFHCA Poll

Final - Entering NCAA Championships

FIRST ROUND North Region W.B. Mason Stadium - Easton, MA

Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Stonehill 1, American International 0 Goals: SH - Pinkham FIRST ROUND South Region Sports Stadium - Bloomsburg, PA Bloomsburg 5, East Stroudsburg 2 Goals: BU - Riley (3), Danz, McGinley ESU: Frantz, Whalen SEMIFINALS Trager Stadium - Louisville, KY Shippensburg 1, Bloomsburg 0 Goals: SU - Langone UMass-Lowell 5, Stonehill 1 Goals: UML - Enaire (2), Wilcox, Day, Littig SC - Pinkham FINALS Trager Stadium - Louisville, KY UMass-Lowell 1, Shippensburg 0 Goals: UML - Day

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School UMass-Lowell Shippensburg Bloomsburg East Stroudsburg Stonehill Kutztown American Int. Bellarmine Adelphi Millersville

W-L 22-0 20-1 18-2 17-5 15-6 12-8 14-7 15-3 13-9 9-11

Points 94 88 83 72 49 41 40 22 15 14


2010 National Review

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

2010 Longstreth / NFHCA Division II All-America Teams

First Team Liz Day Katie Enaire Linsey Fernandes Courtney Foley Jessica Frantz Kristyn Grunza Jeanette Heimerle Taylor Jones Sammy Macy Amanda Nann Betsy Renn Amanda Riley Kim Steiner Ashley Taylor Kristina Taylor Bre White Caitlin Brownley Jamie Doughty

Second Team Kayla Cilenti Cortney Colern Ann Farrier Julianne Gerbino Jaime Hadley Annie Hansbury Melanie Hopkins Kacie Klotz Brittany Kocis Kathryn Nelson Laura Noce Lindsey Pinkham Joanna Reckley Julia Rush Anouk Sickman Rachel Sluberski

Massachusetts Lowell Massachusetts Lowell American International Stonehill East Stroudsburg Mansfield Adelphi Shippensburg Massachusetts Lowell C.W. Post Bloomsburg Bloomsburg American International Shippensburg Shippensburg Shippensburg East Stroudsburg Shippensburg

East Stroudsburg C.W. Post Southern Connecticut State Adelphi Massachusetts Lowell Massachusetts Lowell Massachusetts Lowell IUP East Stroudsburg Stonehill Stonehill Stonehill East Stroudsburg Bloomsburg IUP Mercyhurst

National Coach of the Year: Shannon Hlebichuk, Massachusetts Lowell National Player of the Year: Kristina Taylor, Shippensburg

First Team Liz Day Katie Enaire Courtney Foley Jessica Frantz Emily Fulton Jamie Hadley Melanie Hopkins Sammy Macy Amanda Nann Lindsey Pinkham Betsy Renn Erin Reynolds Amanda Riley Anouk Sickman Kirstina Taylor Bre White

2010 womensfieldhockey.com All-America Teams Second Team Kayla Cilenti Vicky DeRosa Jenna Gregory Jeanette Heimerle Kacie Klotz Brittany Kocis Kathryn Nelson Allegra Ramos Joanna Reckley Julie Rush Lauren Schmeing Kim Steiner Ashley Taylor Kristy Tutorow Rachel Walz Emily Woodland

UMass-Lowell UMass-Lowell Stonehill East Stroudsburg Shippensburg UMass-Lowell UMass-Lowell UMass-Lowell C.W. Post Stonehill Bloomsburg Kutztown Bloomsburg IUP Shippensburg Shippensburg

East Stroudsburg C.W. Post Kutztown Adelphi IUP East Stroudsburg Stonehill Seton Hill East Stroudsburg Bloomsburg Bellarmine American International Shippensburg Mansfield Bellarmine Millersville

National Coach of the Year: Stacey Blue, American International National Player of the Year: Liz Day, UMass-Lowell

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2010 National Review

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

2010 National Individual Leaders POINTS PER GAME Player 1. Sammy Macy-MASSLWL 2. Jessica Frantz-ESU 3. Katie Enaire-MASSLWL 4. Amanda Riley-BLOOM 5. Anouk Sickman-IUP

GP 24 23 24 22 14

G 30 32 30 22 14

A 16 6 9 16 3

Pts 76 70 69 60 31

Avg 3.17 3.04 2.88 2.73 2.21

GOALS PER GAME Player 1. Jessica Frantz-ESU 2. Katie Enaire-MASSLWL Sammy Macy--MASSLWL 4. Amanda Riley-BLOOM Anouk Sickman-IUP

GP 23 24 24 22 14

No. 32 30 30 22 14

Avg 1.39 1.25 1.25 1.00 1.00

ASSISTS Player 1. Jeanette Heimerle-ADLPH 2. Amanda Riley-BLOOM 3. Sammy Macy-MASSLWL 4. Lauren Schmeing-BELLMNEl 5. Brittany Kocis-ESU

GP 22 22 24 17 22

No. 17 16 16 11 14

Avg .77 .73 .67 .65 .64

GOALS AGAINST AVG Player 1. Melanie Hopkins-MASSLWL 2. Ciarra Delost-SHIP 3. Meghan Hollenbach-BLOOM 4. Kim Steiner-AIC 5. Brittany Nyzio-FRNKPRC

GP GA 24 8 23 15 22 22 21 32 17 25

SAVES PER GAME Player 1. Bronwen Gainsford-CTWB 1. Megan Sullivan-STANSLM 2. Lauren Zarrella-SCS 3. Danielle Luongo-ASSUM 4. Kristen Znaniecki-MERCY 5. Kerri Bergquist-MERR

GP 14 11 20 16 13 19

SAVE PERCENTAGE Player 1. Melanie Hopkins-MASSLWL 2. Kim Steiner-AIC 3. Cortney Colern-CWPOST 4. Lydia Dolly-IUP 5. Sara Dickinson-MLLVLL

GP 24 21 15 14 20

Min 1621 1354 1387 1463 1128

Svs 156 134 221 168 131 176 Sv 82 170 127 106 124

Avg .35 .78 1.11 1.53 1.55

Avg 11.14 12.18 11.05 10.50 10.08 9.26

GA 8 32 31 28 33

Pct .911 .842 .804 .791 .790

2010 National Team Leaders SCORING AVERAGE Team 1. UMass.-Lowell 2. Shippensburg 3. Bloomsburg 4. Bellarmine 5. East Stroudsburg GOALS PER GAME Team 1. Mass.-Lowell 2. Shippensburg 3. Bloomsburg 4. Bellarmine 5. Kutztown

GP 24 23 22 18 23 GP 24 23 22 18 20

G 119 94 86 65 72

Min 1680 1618 1557 1283 1618 No. 119 94 86 65 63

SCORING MARGIN Team 1. UMass.-Lowell 2. Shippensburg 3. Bloomsburg 4. Bellarmine 5. East Stroudsburg

Avg 4.96 4.07 3.87 3.55 3.11

SAVE PERCENTAGE Team 1. UMass.-Lowell 2. American Int’l 3. C.W. Post 4. Millersville 5. Southern Conn. St.

Avg 4.96 4.09 3.91 3.61 3.15

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GP 24 23 22 18 23 GP 24 22 19 20 20

G 119 94 86 65 72 Svs 85 191 176 127 224

GA 8 20 25 29 37

Avg 4.63 3.20 2.74 1.96 1.51

Avg .914 .841 .811 .794 .789


Through the Years

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

Bloomsburg Field Hockey - Through the Years 1974 Bloomsburg plays the first field hockey game in school history and wins 3-1 over Bucknell. Mary Gardner is the coach. 1975 The Huskies post a record of 4-5-2. It is the last time a Bloomsburg field hockey team did not have a winning record. 1976 The Huskies post two 10-0 shutouts during the year on their way to a record of 7-2-2. 1977 The team ties a school record with 11 goals in an 11-2 win over Marywood College. The Huskies post their third winning season in four years. 1978 Jan Hutchinson hired as head coach. The Huskies go 10-3-1 in her first year, posting seven shutouts during the season. 1979 Bloomsburg goes 4-4-4 in Hutchinson’s second year. The team ends the season with two wins and two ties. 1980 The first Pennsylvania Conference championship tournament is held with the Huskies finishing third. 1981 The Huskies win their first-ever wom-

The 1983 Huskies won the first-ever NCAA Division II National Field Hockey Championship.

en’s national championship with a 3-2 win over Lynchburg in the finals of the AIAW Division III tournament. During the season, the Huskies win the 50th game in the program’s history, a 4-1 win over Mansfield. 1982 The Huskies finish second in the newlycreated NCAA field hockey championship. In the opening round of the Division II tournament, the Huskies beat Chico (CA) State, 1-0. 1983 Bloomsburg wins the NCAA Division II championship with a 1-0 win over Lock Haven. Laurie Snyder and Deb Long cap careers by earning All-American status for the third straight year.

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1984 The Huskies complete a perfect 19-0-0 season by winning the NCAA Division III championship with a 3-2 win over Messiah. Among the 19 wins was the 100th in team history, a 3-0 win over Kean College. Karen Hertzler, Lynn Hurst and Diane Shields earn AllAmerican honors. 1985 A 4-3 loss to Shippensburg ends the Huskies winning streak at 39 games. Bloomsburg finishes third in the NCAA Division III championships. Karen Hertzler ends career as national Player of the Year and a two-time All-American. Donna Graupp and Carla Shearer named All-Americans.


Through the Years

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year the NCAA title game with a 1-0 loss to Trenton State. Smith repeats as Player of the Year with Horst, Beth Bowman and Denise Miller being named AllAmericans. 1992 The Huskies won the PSAC title with a 2-1 win over Lock Haven, but lost a week later to the Bald Eagles in the NCAA finals. Denise Miller wins the Player of the Year award for the third straight year. Shelley Miller and Lori Hippensteel named All-Americans.

The 1987 Huskies squad set a then-school record with 24 wins on their way to an NCAA championship, the fourth in BU’s history.

1986 It was second place in both the Pennsylvania Conference and the NCAA Division III championships. Hurst, Shearer and Graupp named All-Americans. 1987 The Huskies win their fourth national championship with a 1-0 victory over William Smith. The 24 wins represent a new school record. Cindy Daeche and Sharon Reilly named All-Americans. 1988 A 1-0 win over Kutztown gives Bloomsburg the PSAC championship. At the Division III championships, the Huskies finish second, losing a two-overtime thriller to Trenton State. Daneen Fero named the National Player of the Year, while Alicia Terrizzi named All-American. Set school single-game record for goals with 13 against Marywood.

1989 For the second year in a row, the Huskies lost the NCAA Division III championship game in overtime after St. Lawrence beat the Huskies, 2-1. Sharon Reilly and Kathy Frick named All-Americans.

1993 For the first time since 1987, the Huskies win the national championship. Bloomsburg sweeps Lock Haven for both the PSAC and NCAA titles. Shelley Miller named Player of the Year, while Nicole Schiavello, Michelle

1990 The Huskies rolled through the first 23 games of the year without a loss. But, in the season’s final game, the NCAA championship, Trenton State dashed The Huskies celebrate winning the 1993 national title. the hopes of a Huskies’ title with a 2-1 win. McFalls and Chris Basalyga named AllGisela Smith named National Player of Americans. the Year, while Frick and Trudy Horst earn All-American honors. 1994 The Huskies go 16-1-2 in the regular 1991 season but drop a pair of 2-1 games to Heartbreak again for the Huskies in Lock Haven in the PSAC and NCAA

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Through the Years

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

title games. Shelley Miller, Basalyga, Chris Fink and Rachel Trinidad named All-Americans.

kies rattled off nine straight wins, including a 3-2 overtime win against Lock Haven, to finish with 14 wins. However, for the first time in 20 years, the team did not advance to post-season play. Shanna Fritz, Marlea Partlon, Trish Leitzel and Nikki Hartranft were named All-Americans.

1995 For the second straight year, the Huskies finish runners-up in both the PSAC and NCAA championships. Bloomsburg tied a school record with 16 shutouts during the season. Four players, Basalyga, Michelle Martin, Tracy Bandt and Nicole Mower are named AllAmericans. 1996 Player of the Year Michelle Martin leads the Huskies back to the top with a 2-1 win over Lock Haven in the NCAA finals. Martin sets a school record with 18 assists, while the team set a school record with 14 goals against Philadelphia Textile. Bev Hartley, Bandt and Mower named All-Americans. 1997 Make it two straight NCAA titles for the Huskies, who beat Kutztown 2-0 to win the title. Bloomsburg won its final 15 games on the way to the crown. Beth Canner, Amber Hess, Jess Kircher and Kelly Platt named All-Americans. 1998 For the third year running, the Huskies win the NCAA Division II title, this time with a 4-3 overtime win against Lock Haven. It was that same Lock Haven team a week earlier which stopped the Huskies’ winning streak at 35. Bloomsburg sets a school record with 90 goals scored for the year. Canner, Kircher and Platt earn All-American honors.

The Huskies hoist the 2002 National Championship Trophy, the program’s 10th all-time.

1999 For the first time in NCAA field hockey history, a team has won four straight titles after a 2-0 win against Bentley. Bloomsburg, winners of 54 of its last 55 games, is led by Player of Year Jess Kircher and All-Americans Bridgett Heckman, Leah Conte, Krista Engle and Trish Leitzel.

2002 Bloomsburg capped a perfect season with a near perfect game as it beat the Falcons of Bentley College, 5-0, for the NCAA Championship. The title was the 10th national title and first since 1999 for the Huskies and coach Jan Hutchinson. Shanna Fritz, Sharla Partlon, Nikki Hartranft, Trish Leitzel and Sheila Zilinski were named AllAmerican. 2003 Bloomsburg closed out the season with a 12-game winning streak, including a 4-1 win over UMass-Lowell in the NCAA title game. The Huskies ended the year with a mark of 22-2. Fritz, Partlon, Hartranft and Zilinski were named All-American.

2000 The Huskies won their first four games of the year before dropping a 1-0, overtime game to Indiana (PA). In the PSAC playoffs, the Huskies lost again to the Indians, 2-0. The loss knocked the Huskies from the NCAA playoff picture and denied them a shot at their fifth straight national title. Conte, Engle, Leitzel and Heather Weikel named All-Americans.

2004 Bloomsburg won its third consecutive national championship and its 12th overall when they defeated Bentley 3-2 in overtime. Kelly Trevisan scored the game-winning goal seven minutes, 51 seconds into overtime. Kristi Ney and Tracey Hudak were named All-Americans.

2001 After starting the season 5-3, the Hus-

2005 The Huskies three-year run as NCAA Division II champions came to an end

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Through the Years

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year 2007 The Huskies made it back-toback national championships with a 5-2 victory over UMassLowell. This NCAA title was the 14th for head coach Jan Hutchinson and the fifth in the past six years for the Huskies. Vanartsdalen led Bloomsburg in goals (35), assists (19) and points (89) and was named National Player of the Year. Along with Vanartsdalen, Whitney Miller and Chelsea Due each received first-team All-American honors.

2008 Bloomsburg won three straight national championships for Kelly Trevisan is mobbed by Sharla Partlon after scoring the game-winning goal in overtime of the the fourth time in its history 2004 NCAA Championship Game. with a dominating 6-2 win over UMass-Lowell. The title was with a 2-1, overtime loss to UMassthe sixth in the last seven years and Lowell. Bloomsburg also lost in the Jan Hutchinson’s 15th in her illustrious PSAC title game by a 5-4 score to Shipcareer. Vanartsdalen ended her career pensburg, but did finish the year with a mark of 19-5. Hudak, Ney and Maribeth with three goals and an assist, putting the Huskies on the board early with Brozena were named All-Americans. a goal at the 1:20 mark. Vanartsdalen earned National Player of the Year hon2006 Bloomsburg regained the NCAA cham- ors for the second straight year, leading BU with 40 goals, 22 assists and 102 pionship with a 1-0 win over Bentley College in Pensacola, FL to cap a perfect points. She finished her career ranking 24-0 season. Jamie Vanartsdalen led the first in school history in several categoteam with 26 goals and 10 assists, while ries, including career goals (120), assists (58) and points (298). Vanartsdalen, Samantha Kropa, who scored the only Due, Miller, Maggey Bloskey, Samantha goal in the NCAA title game, added Kropa and Vanessa Witman all earned 23 goals. Vanartsdalen, Brozena and All-American honors. Tracey Hudak were each named AllAmerican.

2009 The Huskies won their fourth straight national championship for the second

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time in school history with a 3-2 win over UMass-Lowell. It was Bloomsburg’s second straight national championship game victory over the River Hawks and the first four-peat since 1996-99. Amanda Riley scored two goals in the win, helping retiring coach Jan Hutchinson go out on top with her 16th national title. Riley led the Huskies with 27 goals and 62 points and was named first-team All-American. Joining her were national players of the year Maggey Bloskey and Chelsea Due while Aubrey Carman and Caitlin Koczynski also received All-American honors. 2010 Hopes of a fifth straight national championship came to an end with a 1-0 loss in the NCAA Semi-finals against Shippensburg. Bloomsburg claimed their 17th PSAC title in a 2-1 defeat of East Stroudsburg. Riley, Renn, and Rush were named All-Americans.


Jan Hutchinson

16 National Championships

96 First Team All-Americans

JAN HUTCHINSON 32 Years at Bloomsburg Career Record: 591-75-20 (.876) 16 National Titles Seven National Coach of the Year Awards A true NCAA coaching legend, Jan Hutchinson retired at the end of the 2009 season, after seeing the Huskies win their fourth consecutive NCAA Division II championship. As head field hockey coach, she was in charge of a program that has won 16 national championships and 17 conference titles. While as head softball coach, she is the NCAA Division II all-time leader in career wins and has made an NCAA-record 28 consecutive trips to the Division II championships. Hutchinson also is the winningest college coach in any division with 1,806 combined wins between field hockey and softball. FIELD HOCKEY While at Bloomsburg, Hutchinson’s field hockey squads posted winning records in 31 of her 32 seasons and amassed an overall record of 591-75-20 for a winning percentage of .872. She is the winningest coach in NCAA field hockey history and is the only coach with over 500 victories. Under Hutchinson, the Huskies have enjoyed many outstanding seasons and have won 16 or more games on 26 occasions. Her teams won national championships in 1981, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008 and in 2009. Her first string of four straight titles (1996-99) was the first time in the history of NCAA field hockey that the feat was accomplished. Her teams have also registered nine national runner-up finishes. In addition, the Huskies captured Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) championships in 1983, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2009, garnering eight runner-up showings. Hutchinson has been chosen as the national Division II Coach of the Year seven times in her career, including 1991, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2009. Her 2006 team went undefeated and untied on its way to the NCAA D-II championship, the fourth time in school history for that to happen. Her 2008 team set numerous school, conference and NCAA Division II marks, including a record for goals scored in a season with 161, shattering the mark of 132 set by the Huskies in 2007. She also coached Jamie Vanartsdalen, the NCAA all-time record holder for goals and points in a season and career.

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Hutchinson’s Career Highlights • 16 national championships • 25 national championship game appearances • 27 NCAA tournament appearances • 16 PSAC titles * Seven national coach of the year awards • Five-time PSAC coach of the year; one-time PSAC East coach of the year • Coached 94 first-team AllAmericans and 14 national players of the year • Had 132 All-PSAC selections and 12 PSAC athletes of the year • Won four straight national titles twice (1996-99; 2006-09) • Inducted into National Field Hockey Coaches Association Hall of Fame and National Fastpitch Coaches Association Hall of Fame


Jan Hutchinson

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

The Jan Hutchinson File 1978

1979

10-3-1.................................................................................................. N/A 4-4-4.................................................................................................... N/A

1980

8-5-3.................................................................................................... N/A

1982

16-5-1................................... NCAA Division II National Runner-up

1984

19-0-0 ........................NCAA Division III National Champions

1981

19-4-2 ............................................. AIAW National Champions

1983

16-2-1 ........................ NCAA Division II National Champions

1985

19-2-0 . ......................................................... NCAA Division III Third

1986

19-3-2..................................NCAA Division III National Runner-up

1988

22-2-1..................................NCAA Division III National Runner-up

1987

1989 1990 1991

24-1-0.........................NCAA Division III National Champions 17-3-1............................ NCAA Division III National Quarterfinals 23-1-0..................................NCAA Division III National Runner-up 22-2-0................................. NCAA Division III National Runner-up

1992

15-4-1................................... NCAA Division II National Runner-up

1994

16-3-2................................... NCAA Division II National Runner-up

1993

21-0-1.......................... NCAA Division II National Champions

1995

19-3-0................................... NCAA Division II National Runner-up

1997

20-3-0.......................... NCAA Division II National Champions

1996

19-2-0.......................... NCAA Division II National Champions

1998

21-1-0.......................... NCAA Division II National Champions

1999 2000

19-0-0.......................... NCAA Division II National Champions 16-3-0.................................................................................... PSAC Third

2001

14-3-0..................................................................................PSAC Fourth

2003

22-2-0.......................... NCAA Division II National Champions

2002

21-0-0......................... NCAA Division II National Champions

2004

21-3-0.......................... NCAA Division II National Champions

2005

19-5-0...................................NCAA Division II National Runner-Up

2007

21-4-0.......................... NCAA Division II National Champions

2006

24-0-0.......................... NCAA Division II National Champions

2008

23-1-0.......................... NCAA Division II National Champions

2009

22-1-0.......................... NCAA Division II National Champions

Four athletes on the 2009 team achieved NFHCA All-American honors, bringing the total under Hutchinson to 54 performers who have combined to win 105 All-American awards. Under Hutchinson’s leadership, 12 Bloomsburg players, including Vanartsdalen in 2007 and 2008, have also been named national “Player of the Year,” the most of any coach in Division II. SOFTBALL One of the most successful coaches ever in Division II softball history, Jan Hutchinson retired at the end of the 2010 season. During her career as coach of the Huskies, Hutchinson posted a record of 1,215-288-2 (.805) and has made an NCAA record 28 consecutive trips to the NCAA championship tournament. She has the most wins of any NCAA Division II coach in history and is sixth on the all-time wins list regardless of division. She is also second on the NCAA Division list and seventh overall for highest winning percentage. Bloomsburg has been to the championship round nine times, twice finishing as the national runner-up with losses each time in extra innings in the national title game. She also has six third-place showings and two fourth-place finishes. The Huskies also won the 1982 AIAW national championship. In softball, Bloomsburg holds 16 NCAA Division II individual, team or championship records. In only her fourth season, Hutchinson won the national championship “double” in the 1981-82 school year, claiming the field hockey title in the fall and the softball championship that spring. Bloomsburg has dominated Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) competition winning 15 softball championships. In addition, her players have enjoyed recognition in softball with 36 players earning 57 All-American awards.

Career

591-75-20 (.876) - 32 Seasons 16 National Titles

Seven National Coach of the Year Awards

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Jan Hutchinson

16 National Championships

Overall 1 4-3, Bucknell (s) 100 6-0, Misericordia (s) 200 16-0, Mansfield (s) 300 12-0, Susquehanna (s) 400 2-0, Slippery Rock (fh) 500 4-3, Mt. St. Mary’s (s) 600 12-0, Youngstown St. (s) 700 4-0, Shippensburg (s) 800 10-5, C.W. Post (s) 900 3-0, Dickinson (fh)

96 First Team All-Americans

MILESTONE VICTORIES Date 4/13/78 4/8/82 3/31/84 4/3/86 10/18/87 4/22/89 3/27/91 5/10/92 4/9/94 10/3/95

Overall Date 1000 6-0, Dowling (s) 4/20/97 1100 8-0, West Chester (s) 3/20/99 1200 8-0, Mansfield (fh) 9/16/00 1300 8-3, West Chester (s) 4/26/02 1400 6-0, Holy Family (s) 3/23/04 1500 3-1, Shippensburg (fh) 10/15/05 1600 3-2, East Stroudsburg (s) 5/4/07 1700 4-3, Queen’s (NC) (s) 3/4/09 1800 3-2, California (s) 4/30/10 s = softball; fh = field hockey

OVERALL Hutchinson’s achievements in coaching have not gone unnoticed by her peers. She has been honored with induction into both the National Fastpitch Coaches Association and the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Halls of Fame. In addition, Hutchinson was named the winner of the C. Vivian Stringer Award by the United States Sports Academy in the summer of 2006. Hutchinson’s coaching talents have not only helped those as student-athletes, but several of her former players have gone on to coach at the intercollegiate level. At Bloomsburg, she has former All-American performers as her top assistant coaches in softball. Others have gone on to coaching jobs elsewhere, such as Janelle Breneman (assistant softball coach at the University of North Carolina), Marci Hickey (head softball coach at the University of Vermont), Leah Conte (former assistant field hockey and lacrosse coach at Mary Washington College) and Kathy Frick (former head coach at Goucher College, Bloomsburg and current head coach of Lafayette University lacrosse.) Two former softball players have also played professionally. Janelle Breneman was a member of the Georgia Pride and Marty Laudato was a member of the Tampa Bay Fire Stix. In 1999, Laudato was named WPSL Hitter of the Year. A 1971 graduate of East Stroudsburg University, Hutchinson also earned a master’s degree in education from the school in 1979. Prior to Bloomsburg, she initiated the women’s physical education program at Blair Academy and served as head coach for field hockey, basketball and softball. She has also been inducted into the Newton High School and Sussex County (NJ) Halls of Fame. In 2000, the Bloomsburg softball field was named in her honor.

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National Players of the Year

17 PSAC Championships

14 National Players of the Year

National Players of the Year

Karen Hertzler Attack 1985

Daneen Fero Link 1988

Gisela Smith Back 1990, 1991

Denise Miller Attack 1992

Shelley Miller Attack 1993

Michelle Martin Link 1996

Jess Kircher Link 1999

Sheila Zilinski Attack 2002

Sharla Partlon Link 2004

Jamie Vanartsdalen Attack 2007, 2008

Maggey Bloskey Forward 2009

Chelsea Due Midfield 2009

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