Issuu on Google+

First Year of Field Hockey at Cornell.......................................................... 1972 Overall All-Time Record.................................................................... 233-283-39 2008 Record....................................................................................................... 11-5 2008 Ivy Record........................................................................................ 6-1 (2nd) Letter Winners Returning/Lost.................................................................... 14/4 Starters Returning/Lost.....................................................................................8/3 Newcomers................................................................................................................6

Coaching Information Head Coach............................................................................Donna Hornibrook Alma Mater......................................................................New Brunswick ‘83 Record at Cornell.........................................................41-41 (sixth season) Career Record......................................................212-88-10 (20th season) Assistant Coach.................................Mary McCracken (Ohio Wesleyan ‘79) Assistant Coach......................................................... Ellen Davies (Cornell ‘06) Field Hockey Office . .................................................................. (607) 255-5520 Strength and Conditioning Coach...............................................Jay Andress

Athletic Communications Staff 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Noon TBA 1:00 p.m. Noon Noon 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. Noon 1:00 p.m. 1 :00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Noon

Director ....................................................................................... Jeremy Hartigan Office Phone............................................................................ (607) 255-9788 Associate Director (Field Hockey contact).................................. Julie Greco Office Phone............................................................................ (607) 255-4688 Assistant Director ...............................................................................Kevin Zeise Office Phone............................................................................ (607) 255-5627 Assistant Director....................................................................Lindsey Mechalik Office Phone............................................................................ (607) 255-3753 Accounts Representative................................................... Marlene Crockford Hotline............................................................................................. (607) 255-2385 World Wide Web...................................................... www.CornellBigRed.com Credits: The 2009 Cornell field hockey media guide is a publication of the Cornell Athletic Communications Office. Editorial content, layout and design by Julie Greco. Photography: Patrick Shanahan, Darl Zehr, Tim McKinney.

2009 Cornell Field Hockey

www.CornellBigRed.com • 

Honors and Records

^ - at American University

Field Hockey Information

2008 Season Review

vs. Davidson^ vs. Georgetown^ SIENA LOCK HAVEN at Penn at Lehigh COLUMBIA at Yale COLGATE at Virginia HARVARD BROWN BUCKNELL at Princeton at Dartmouth

Director...................................................................................... J. Andrew Noel Jr. Associate Director..........................................................................Anita Brenner Associate Director.....................................................................Stephen P. Erber Associate Director/Physical Education..........................................Al Gantert Associate Director/Finance............................................................ Larry Quant Associate Director/Sales and Marketing........................................... Jeff Hall Assistant Director/Operations.........................................................Matt Coats Assistant Director/Sports Medicine.................................... Bernie DePalma Assistant Director/Athlete Performance.................................. Tom Howley Assistant Director/Student Svcs. & Compliance............... Chris Wlosinski Dir. Athletic Alumni Affairs and Development....................John Webster Compliance Coordinator..................................................................Amy Foster

Meet The Big Red

Sept. 5 Sept. 6 Sept. 9 Sept. 12 Sept. 18 Sept. 20 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 6 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct. 30 Oct. 7

Administration

Season Outlook

2009 Schedule:

Location..................................................................................... Ithaca, N.Y. 14853 Founded............................................................................................................. 1865 Enrollment......................................................................................................13,700 President.......................................................................................David J. Skorton Colors............................................................................Carnelian Red and White Affiliation.................................................................................... NCAA - Division I Conference.............................................................................................Ivy League Field...........................................................................Marsha Dodson Field (300)

Meet The Coaches

Meet the Newcomers Genevieve Collins.............................................................................10 Katherine DiPastina.........................................................................11 Katie Laventure.................................................................................11 Paige Mollineaux..............................................................................11 Lauren Neal........................................................................................11 Alex Robson.......................................................................................11 2008 Statistics and Results......................................................................12 Team Awards and Honors.......................................................................13 National Honors..........................................................................................13 All-Time All-Ivy/NFHCA Academic Squad..........................................14 All-Time Captains........................................................................................14 Cornell Individual Records......................................................................15 Year-By-Year Records.................................................................................15 All-Time Letter Winners............................................................................16 Cornell vs. All Opponents........................................................................16

Cornell Quick Facts

General Information

Table of Contents Table of Contents, Quick Facts................................................................. 1 Head Coach Donna Hornibrook.............................................................. 2 Assistant Coaches Mary McCracken and Ellen Davies.................... 3 2009 Outlook................................................................................................. 4 2009 Roster..................................................................................................... 5 Meet the Seniors Natalie Appleton................................................................................ 5 Melanie Jue.......................................................................................... 6 Kelley Kantarian.................................................................................. 6 Katie Kirnan.......................................................................................... 7 Meet the Juniors Catie De Stio......................................................................................... 7 Mattie Prodanovic.............................................................................. 8 Sara Sanders......................................................................................... 8 Stephanie Sanders............................................................................. 8 Elizabeth Schovee.............................................................................. 9 Kate Thompson................................................................................... 9 Meet the Sophomores Alex Botte.............................................................................................. 9 Olivia Boyd..........................................................................................10 Jess Buckingham..............................................................................10


Honors and Records

2008 Season Review

Meet The Big Red

Season Outlook

Meet The Coaches

General Information

DONNA HORNIBROOK Head Coach • Sixth Season at Cornell University of New Brunswick ‘83 Prior to the 2004 season, Donna Hornibrook took over the reins of the Cornell University field hockey after a successful nine-year stint as head coach at Houghton College from 1995-2003. Her teams earned a program with the goal of building the Big Red into a winner in the Ivy League and a contender on the national record of 111-39-4 during that time, including a school-record 16 wins in 2003. In 1997, her small college level. While the journey is far from over, Hornibrook’s teams have made great progress during her first five team defeated two-time defending NCAA Division II champion Bloomsburg University 2-1, and recorded a seasons. similar feat in 1998, defeating NCAA Division II runner-up Lock Haven 4-2. Her Houghton squads posted 15-win Since bringing in her first full recruiting class prior to the 2005 season, the Big Red has joined Princeton in seasons in 1998, 1999 and 2001. being the only Ivy League teams to post winning records both overall (38-28) and in conference play (19-9), A graduate of the University of New Brunswick in Canada, she was a four-time all-conference and four-time as well as finish in the top-four of the conference for the past four seasons. national tournament all-star selection. She was the Prince Edward Island Female Athlete of the Year in 1980 Last year, the Big Red completed the season with an 11-5 record overall and 6-1 mark in the conference and 1981. Hornibrook was also selected to play on the Canadian national team and competed with the squad to finish in second place in the league rankings for the third straight year. The Big Red also posted a winning from 1979-83. The team earned a bronze medal in the 1981 European Championships in Berlin before finishing conference record for the fourth straight year, marking the first time in program history that the Big Red has fifth at the 1981 World Cup in Argentina. She also played on the 1986 Canadian national championship British had four straight winning seasons in Ivy play. The team set the school mark for overall victories (11) and Columbia team. conference victories (6) in a season as well as setting the school record for goals (45), assists (38) and points Following her collegiate and national team experiences, Hornibrook started her coaching career as the (128) in a season. coach of the New Brunswick provincial team, leading the squad to a gold medal at the 1989 Canada Games. Following the season, Catie De Stio ’11 and Belen Martinez ’09 were named to the 2008 Longstreth/NFHCA She went on to coach at her alma mater, leading the team to a 60-8-6 record from 1990-1995. During that Division I Mideast Region All-America teams, with De Stio taking first-team honors and Martinez earning period, her teams never lost a conference game, winning five AUAA conference titles and two silver medals second-team accolades. De Stio became Cornell’s first first-team selection since 2002, while Martinez earned at the Canadian University championships. Twenty-five of her players earned all-conference honors and one the distinction of becoming Cornell’s first-ever three-time Mideast Region All-American selection. Martinez was selected as the national player of the year. Eleven of her players were also junior and senior national was also named to the NFHCA Senior All-Star team, becoming just one of two Ivy League players named to team members. She was selected as the conference coach of the year four times and was once selected as the the 38 player squad. Cornell also had five players named All-Ivy, the most selections in program history. De national university coach of the year. Stio, a unanimous selection, was joined on the first-team by Martinez and goalkeeper Melanie Jue ’10, while Donna and her husband, Dwight, who is the men’s soccer coach at Cortland State, currently reside in Lansing forward Abbi Horn ’09 earned second-team honors and midfielder Kate Thompson ’11 was an honorable with their two daughters, Kathryn and Emily. mention selection. In 2007, Cornell completed the season with a 10-7 record overall and a mark of 5-2 in the conference to finish tied for second in the league rankings for the second straight year. The Big Red posted a winning conference record for the third straight year, marking the first time in program history that the Big Red has had three straight winning seasons in Ivy play. The team tied the then-school mark for overall victories (10) and conference victories (5) in a season and featured two important wins as Cornell snapped a 16-game winless streak against then-No. 17 Princeton before defeating then-No. 19 Syracuse for the first time since the 1983 Education season. Hornibrook also notched her 200th career win (her 29th with the Big Red) University of New Brunswick on Oct. 28, as the Big Red defeated Siena, 4-2.   B.A., Physical Education [Sports Administration], 1983 Four Big Red players earned postseason Ivy League honors in 2007, as Martinez and Brenna Gulotta ’09 were named first-team All-Ivy, while Thompson and De Stio Head Coaching Experience made the honorable mention squad. The selections marked the first time since 1997 Cornell University, 2004-present that Cornell had two first-teamers, while the four total selections were the most since   •Overall Record: 41-41 1991. Gulotta and Martinez then went on to be named to the 2007 Longstreth/NFHCA Houghton College (NAIA), 1995-2003 Division I Mideast Region All-America second team. It was the first time since 2002 that Cornell has placed more than one player on an all-region team.   •Overall record: 111-39-4 In 2006, the Big Red finished the season tied for second in the Ivy League with a University of New Brunswick, 1990-1995 4-3 record, giving Cornell back-to-back winning conference records for the first time   •Overall record: 60-8-6 in program history. Despite injuries to several key players, the team still battled its   •1990 - CIS Coach of the Year way to a 7-9 record, and was highly competitive game-in and game-out with six of   •1992, 93 - Silver Medal, CIS championships its losses coming by a single goal, including three in overtime. Following the season,   •1990-94 - AUAA championship teams Martinez, Katlyn Donoghue `09 and Sarah Miller ‘07 all earned second-team All-Ivy   •1990-94 - AUAA Coach of the Year honors.   •1990 - New Brunswick Coach of the Year In just her second season at the helm, Coach Hornibrook led Cornell to one of its New Brunswick Provincial Team, 1989 best seasons in recent history. The team set a then-school record for wins with 10 and   •1989 - Gold Medal, Canada Games tied the mark for Ivy League wins at the time with four victories vs. Ancient Eight opponents. The team won seven more contests in 2005 than it had in the previous year, making it the greatest single-season turnaround in program history. The Big Red also Playing Experience improved on the defensive end of the field, holding opponents to nearly 50 percent University of New Brunswick, 1980-83 fewer shots than the previous season. Alyssa DePaola ’09 was named first-team All-Ivy,   •1978, 1980-82 - CIS national tournament all-star while Blair Corcoran ’06 and Martinez garnered second-team accolades. Martinez also   •1979-82 - All-AUAA team earned second-team STX/NFCHA All-Region honors.   •1980, 81 - P.E.I. Female Athlete of the Year The Big Red made great competitive strides in Hornibrook’s first year with wins over   •1978, 80, 82 - AUAA championship teams Lehigh, Yale and Rutgers. Danielle Dunn `05 earned first-team All-Ivy and second-team Canadian National Team, 1979-83 STX/NFCHA All-Region honors, while classmate Gina Testa was an honorable mention   •1981 - World Cup, fifth place All-Ivy pick. Also, the Cornell offense scored nearly a half goal per game more than it British Columbia Provincial Team, 1986 did during the 2003 campaign.   •1986 - National Championship team The sixth head coach of field hockey at Cornell, Hornibrook came to the East Hill

The Hornibrook File

 • www.CornellBigRed.com

2009 Cornell Field Hockey


Stio made the honorable mention squad. The selections marked the first time since 1997 that Cornell has had two first-teamers, while the four total selections were the most since 1991. Gulotta and Martinez then went on to be named to the 2007 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I Mideast Region All-America second team. It was the first time since 2002 that Cornell has placed more than one player on an all-region team. McCracken spent 14 seasons with the Orange field hockey program, earning the promotion to associate head coach after serving as SU’s top assistant coach from 1993-2003. During her tenure, the Orange won four Big East regular-season championships and made three trips to the NCAA Tournament. McCracken was heavily involved in the coordination of the program’s recruiting efforts and served as the director of the Orange field hockey camp each summer. During her time with Syracuse, she was directly responsible for the recruitment of 22 players that received regional All-America honors, while helping to coach an additional nine players to regional All-America status. Of those 31 players, 12 went on to be named All-Americans, while three others were named CoSIDA Academic All-Americans. Prior to arriving at Syracuse, McCracken spent three years as the assistant field hockey and assistant lacrosse coach at the University of Delaware. McCracken broke into the collegiate coaching profession as the head field hockey coach at LaSalle University from 1988-89. A native of Plymouth Meeting, Pa., McCracken graduated from Ohio Wesleyan in 1979. A three-sport athlete for the Bishops, McCracken was a four-year letter winner in field hockey, helping her team to the Ohio State Championship as a freshman and earning Great Lakes Field Hockey Association Team honors all four seasons. She also played on the women’s basketball and lacrosse teams for three seasons, and was named to the Midwest Lacrosse Team all three years. In 1986, she was inducted into OWU’s Athletic Hall of Fame. McCracken earned her master’s degree in physical education from The Ohio State University and served as an assistant coach for the Buckeyes during the 1982 season.

2009 Cornell Field Hockey

www.CornellBigRed.com • 

Honors and Records

Cornell University field hockey alumnae Ellen Davies ’06 will serve on Coach Donna Hornibrook’s staff for the second year as an assistant coach for the 2009 season. A transfer from Houghton College, Davies transferred to Cornell at the beginning of her junior year and immediately established herself as a valuable member of the team. A versatile player, she contributed to the defensive unit in her first season with the Big Red before returning to the midfield for her senior season. In her two years with the Big Red she saw action in all 33 games, making 14 starts. A true student-athlete, Davies was also named to the NFCH Division I National Academic Squad in 2004 and 2005. A 2006 graduate of Cornell with a bachelor’s degree in English literature, Davies spent a year teaching in Guatemala prior to obtaining a master’s degree in TESOL Adult/University Education from Boston University in 2008. Davies will be responsible for assisting with on-campus recruiting, coordinating team travel and day-to-day coaching responsibilities.

A Message From Coach Hornibrook

Cornell is one of the nation’s finest universities and it is the goal of our field hockey program to emulate the Cornell standard of excellence in everything we do. We are proud members of the Ivy League. It is the tradition of both the Ivy League and Cornell University to stand for excellence both on the playing field and in the classroom, and I am convinced there is no better place to develop and prepare for a successful future. We are looking for student-athletes who have the same high standards for themselves and who are interested in continuing to build a Cornell field hockey legacy of which we all will be proud. As a coach, it is my priority to create an environment that helps student-athletes achieve their goals and live their dreams. It is my goal for all Big Red field hockey student-athletes to experience the joy of being part of an organization where they feel valued and their contribution matters. I want to see athletes reach their maximum potential and to experience the thrill of belonging to a group that is a “team” in every sense of the word. I believe great things can be accomplished when this philosophy is practiced. Cornell field hockey has a rich and long tradition, which I deeply respect. I believe all the pieces required for a successful program are in place here. We have a world-class institution located on a beautiful campus. We also have outstanding facilities, an experienced coaching staff and a proud and supportive alumni. If we combine these assets with highly motivated, team-centered, capable student-athletes who possess a great work ethic, then our program will achieve the level we all aspire to. I am confident that with the right individuals and proper preparation that we will meet the high expectations we have set for our program. I encourage you to consider making an investment in your future by becoming a student-athlete at Cornell University.

2008 Season Review

Assistant Coach Second Season at Cornell Cornell ‘06

Meet The Big Red

Ellen Davies ‘06

Season Outlook

Mary McCracken, former associate head coach at Syracuse University, enters her third season with the Big Red as an assistant coach after helping Cornell to two of its best seasons in program history. In 2008, the Big Red completed the season with an 11-5 record overall and 6-1 mark in the conference to finish in second place in the league rankings for the third straight year. The Big Red also posted a winning conference record for the fourth straight year, marking the first time in program history that the Big Red has had four straight winning seasons in Ivy play. The team set the school mark for overall victories (11) and conference victories (6) in a season as well as setting the school record for goals (45), assists (38) and points (128) in a season. McCracken’s work with goalkeeper Melanie Jue helped the junior to earn first-team All-Ivy honors in just her first season of collegiate field hockey. Joining Jue on the first-team was unanimous selection Catie De Stio ’11 and Belen Martinez ’09, while forward Abbi Horn ’09 earned second-team honors and midfielder Kate Thompson ’11 was an honorable mention selection. The five All-Ivy selections for Cornell were the most in program history. De Stio and Martinez were also named to the 2008 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I Mideast Region All-America teams, with De Stio taking first-team honors and Martinez earning second-team accolades. De Stio became Cornell’s first first-team selection since 2002, while Martinez earned the distinction of becoming Cornell’s first-ever three-time Mideast Region AllAmerican selection. Martinez was also named to the NFHCA Senior All-Star team, becoming just one of two Ivy League players named to the 38 player squad. In just her first season on East Hill, Cornell completed the year with a 10-7 record overall and a mark of 5-2 in the conference to finish tied for second in the league rankings for the second straight year. The team tied the then-school mark for overall victories (10) and conference victories (5) in a season and featured two important wins as Cornell snapped a 16-game winless streak against then-No. 17 Princeton before traveling to her former school and defeating then-No. 19 Syracuse for the first time since the 1983 season. Four Big Red players earned postseason Ivy League honors in 2007, as Martinez and Brenna Gulotta ’09 were named first-team All-Ivy, while Thompson and De

Meet The Coaches

Assistant Coach • Third Season at Cornell Ohio Wesleyan University ‘79

General Information

MARY Mccracken


Honors and Records

2008 Season Review

Meet The Big Red

Season Outlook

Meet The Coaches

General Information

2009 Big Red Season Outlook Cornell hopes experience and depth will lead to program’s first-ever Ivy League title.

The Big Red enters the 2009 season with the confidence, experience and depth to compete for the Ivy League title. Coming off a 2008 campaign in which Cornell went 11-5 overall and 6-1 in the conference to finish in second place in the league rankings for the third straight year, the Big Red will benefit from the return of eight starters and 14 total letter winners. Still, the 2009 edition will have to be at its best to outshine the 2008 squad, which set school records for overall victories (11), conference victories (6), goals (45), assists (38) and points (128) in a season. “I think we are very solid in all four areas and should have great balance this year,” said head coach Donna Hornibrook. “We have some really good experience and we’ve been in the title hunt for the last couple of years, so I don’t think we’re going to be intimidated. We have some areas where will need to make adjustments because we did lose some key players to graduation, but I do feel like we have the personnel necessary to step up and get the job done.” ATTACK The attack will be led by 2008 first-team Mideast Region All-America selection Catie De Stio. A unanimous first-team All-Ivy selection and the team’s Offensive MVP a year ago, De Stio led Cornell and ranked fifth in the league with 10 goals. She also chipped in a team-high six assists, good for seventh in the conference, for a total of 26 points, ranking her ninth overall in Cornell history for goals and points in a single-season. She also led the Big Red in goals (5) and assists (2) during conference play and registered at least one point in six of Cornell’s last eight games. “Catie is one of the best athletes in the Ivy League,” said Hornibrook. “She is the player other teams will focus on, but the best thing about Catie is that she’s one of the most unselfish players on the team and she’s always looking for her teammates. We saw a lot of development in the spring with her receiving skills and her stick skills and she’s worked on a lot of new shots and developed new finishing skills that will make her even more of a scoring threat.” Joining De Stio DeStio on the forward line will be be senior tri-captain Kelley Kantarian. Kantarian doubled her playing time in her junior season, seeing action in all 16 games and earning 14 starts. She ranked second on the team and ninth in the Ivy League with eight goals and chipped in two assists for 18 points on the season. Kantarian was also the most accurate shooter on the team, scoring her eight goals on just 16 shots. “Kelley had a really good season and scored some key goals for us last year,” said Hornibrook. “She is one of the hardest workers I’ve ever coached and her commitment to defense is as good as any forward I have ever seen. She has also developed a great instinct about where to be and how to get her stick on the ball when she’s in the circle.” Also fighting for playing time will be sophomore Olivia Boyd and freshman Kat DiPastina. Boyd saw action in three games as a rookie, playing against Siena, Georgetown and Bryant. “Olivia had a really good spring,” explained Hornibrook. “She is a physical athlete, a hard worker and a smart kid who will give us some depth at the attack.” A four-year letter winner at the Derryfield School, DiPastina led her team to a state title in 2007. She was named the Class S Player of the Year in both 2007 and 2008 and was the Union Leader Player of the Year in 2008. She was named both first-team all-state and all-conference as a junior and a senior. “Kat has a really explosive first step and has scored a lot of goals in high school,” said Hornibrook. “With a little seasoning she could be a solid contributor for us down the line.” MIDFIELD The midfield is easily the deepest position for the Big Red in 2009, with eight players vying for playing time. Leading the midfield will be two-time All-Ivy selection Kate Thompson. AS a sophomore, Thompson led the Big Red with six assists and added three goals for 12 points. Her lone goal during Ivy League play proved to be the game-winner against Penn. A phenomenal two-way player at the center-midfield position, Thompson uses her outstanding stick skills and athleticism to distribute the ball in the middle, while defending some of the best players in the conference. “Kate is just a workhorse for us in the middle of the field,” said Hornibrook. She sees the game very well and we hope that this season she will become the player that distributes the ball for us out of the midfield. She is a key player for us as she continues to become one of the best midfielders in the league.” Juniors Mattie Prodanovic and Sara Sanders, along with senior tri-captain Katie Kirnan will be expected to see quality playing time at the midfield along with Thompson. Prodanovic moved into a starting role during her sophomore season, seeing action in all 16 games and making 14 starts. She finished the year with four points after scoring against Lock Haven and handing out crucial assists in victories vs. Colgate and Brown. Prodanovic also registered a critical defensive save vs. the Raiders. “Mattie has become an outstanding midfielder over her first two seasons,”said Hornibrook.“I think she’s been a little underrated by our opponents, but I think she has the whole package. She is one of our fittest kids, she plays with a lot of poise and she has great vision. She always has her head up and she’s looking to combine with other players to attack, but she’s a good enough defender to play in the back if needed.” Sara Sanders saw her role increase tremendously as a sophomore as she started all 16 games for the Big Red. A player with great defensive instincts, vision and game sense, she finished the year with three goals and two assists for eight points. She registered a career-high three points vs. Siena, with one goal and one assist. “Sara played midfield in the spring but can play any of the back seven positions,” said Hornibrook “Last year, she and her sister Stephanie were the two of the best outside backs in the league. Players just couldn’t get into the circle against them. She’s tough, has a great work ethic, can play the small game and has great attacking skills. We feel like she’s a possibility at the midfield, but we just need to be solid in the back before we mover her.” Kirnan saw a significant increase in playing time during her junior season, playing in all 16 games and making one start. She tallied four goals on the season for eight total points and registered the game-winner against Harvard, helping Cornell defeat the Crimson, 1-0. Of her four goals, two came against Ivy League opponents. “Katie has had two solid seasons and she made huge strides last year, particularly last spring,” said Hornibrook. “She’s a player that sees everything around her. She’s not just looking up field, she’s trying to see where the space is and she uses back passes and lateral passes as good as anybody we have. She has great stick skills and she is versatile enough to play where ever we need her to play. She could be up front, in the midfield or in the back.” Also providing depth in the midfield will be a quartet of freshmen – Katie Laventure, Genevieve Collins, Paige

 • www.CornellBigRed.com

Mollineaux and Laurne Neal. Laventure lettered four times at Little Flower Academy playing both back and midfield. She led her team to the AA Provincial Championships in 2007 after a runner-up finish in 2006 and third place finishes in 2004 and 2005. She served as team captain as a senior and was named team MVP that same season. She is a three-year member of the B.C. provincial team and has finished as the runner-up at the U19 Canadian National Outdoor Championship in 2006, 2007 and 2008. “Katie has incredible vision and distribution skills,” said Hornibrook. “She’s a mature player who just needs to learn the system, but B.C. plays a similar type of defense, so she could make the adjustment fairly quickly. She could play in the backfield, but I’ve even seen her play forward, so it will just come down to where we need her.” Collins was a four-year varsity member of the field hockey team at Miles MacDonell Collegiate. She served as team captain during her final two seasons and was named the league MVP in both 2007 and 2008. As a member of Team Manitoba, she was a two-time tournament all-star, earning the U19 national field hockey championship in 2008 and the national field hockey senior championship in 2007. “At 5-7, Genevieve has great size for a field hockey player,” explained Hornibrook. “She also has good speed and once she gains some experience and gets comfortable with the system, she could become a key player.” A four-year letter winner at Delran HS, Mollineaux was named the 2008 Burlington County Player of the Year, as well as the Field Hockey Club of South Jersey Captain of the Year. She was named to the Burlington County first-team, the All-Star South Jersey team, the All-Star Senior Showcase Team and the Star Ledger first-team while serving as team captain as a senior. “Paige is a really good athlete with great size, power and speed,” said Hornibrook. “She has an awesome work ethic and she’ll bring mental toughness and competitiveness to the team.” A four-year letter winner at Arundel Senior high school, Neal served as team captain as a senior and was an all-county honorable mention selection in 2007 and 2008. “Lauren is a passionate player that is just an incredible competitor,” said Hornibrook. “She’s coming to Cornell with a nice set of skills and she reads the game well and makes good decisions, so I think she will give us depth and versatility depending on our needs.” BACK An instrumental part of the Big Red defense since stepping on campus, senior tri-captain Natalie Appleton will look to take on a new role as the vocal leader of the team as she organizes the defense. As a junior, she saw action in 15 games, making 13 starts. She was the anchor of a defensive unit that allowed less than 10 shots per game and just 5.4 penalty corners per game, the best school average since the stat began to be recorded in 1998. Thanks to her role as the team’s stick-stopper on penalty corners, she finished the year with five assists, good for third on the team and ninth in the Ivy League. “Natalie has been a key part of our success over the past three seasons,” said Hornibrook. “She is a great open-field tackler who rarely creates a foul unless it’s a necessary foul. We’re hoping for big things from her in her final season and we will be looking to her to take over as the vocal leader of the team.” Joining Appleton on the back line will be juniors Stephanie Sanders and Liz Schovee, as well as freshman Alex Robson. Stephanie Sanders moved into a starting role for the Big Red as a sophomore, getting the start in all 16 games. “Stephanie could play any number of positions, but she is one of the best outside backs in the league,” said Hornibrook. “She had very few fouls against her last year and she rarely turns the ball over. She is very reliable with great poise and good attack skills.” Schovee used her athleticism and work ethic to see a significant increase in playing time last season, playing in 12 games and making four starts. “Liz played some key moments for us last year and had a very good spring,” said Hornibrook. “She’s really tough on the left side and she is one of our fastest kids. She is also very poised and has a nice hit, so I think she’ll become a more consistent contributor for us in the fall.” Robson was a four-year starter for Gleneagle Secondary School and led her team to four straight district championships. A three-year team captain, she earned her team’s Captain Award twice and was twice named Academic Athlete of the Year. As a senior, she led her team to a third-place finish at the Provincial tournament. “Alex has great size and reach with a nice hit and a lot of experience as a defender,” explained Hornibrook. “She is a player who we can develop into a really solid central defender.” GOALIES The Big Red brings back two solid goalies as incumbent starter Melanie Jue and last season’s back-up Alex Botte return to the team. After taking a two-year hiatus from field hockey, Jue joined the Big Red field hockey team prior to the 2008 season and immediately took over a starting role in-between the pipes. A two-sport athlete at Cornell, she spent much of the season ranked in the top-20 in the nation in both save percentage and goals-against average before finishing 24th overall with a .742 save percentage and 29th in the country with a 1.66 GAA. She posted an 11-4 record with three shutouts, including one in Ivy League action. She was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week on Sept. 9 after helping the Big Red open the season with a 1-1 record. In her first collegiate start, she made 19 saves against No. 19 Albany before dropping a 1-0 decision to the Great Danes. The 19 saves were the most since Kaitlin Tierney stopped 20 shots vs. Princeton on Oct. 21, 2000, and were the third-highest number of saves in the nation during the 2008 season by a goalie in a single game. For her efforts, she was named first-team All-Ivy, as well as the team’s co-Defensive MVP following the season. “Melanie is a great athlete that came back to field hockey after two years and had a solid season,” explained Hornibrook. “She’s a gamer with the athleticism and instincts to be a solid goalie. Her style is not always orthodox, but I think after having one season under her belt, we expect to see her get more into a groove this year and take the next step in her development. She reads the game well and she’s a good communicator, but one of her best assets is her competiveness and the team feeds off of that.” Botte saw 117 minutes of action as a freshman, including a complete game performance against Fairfield. She made nine saves and allowed just one goal for a 0.76 goals-against average and a .900 save percentage. Following the season, she earned the team’s Class Of ’91 Cup as the player with the most promising future. “Alex is a really good, fundamentally sound goalie that plays has good hands and plays her angles and clears the ball really well,” said Hornibrook. “She had a really solid freshman year and will challenge for more playing time this season.”

2009 Cornell Field Hockey


Pos. M/F F B M/A M B/M M M A A M M M B B/M B B/M GK GK

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

Ht. 5-3 5-5 5-11 5-4 5-7 5-6 5-8 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-5 5-5 5-6 5-4 5-7 5-7 5-5 5-6

Hometwon Crofton, Md. Contoocook, N.H. Coquitlam, B.C. Pennington, N.J. Winnipeg, Man. River Forest, Ill. Needham, Mass. Vancouver, B.C. Rye, N.Y. Sea Cliff, N.Y. Medford, N.J. Endwell, N.Y. Delran, N.J. Victoria, B.C. Delta, B.C. Endwell, N.Y. Englewood, Colo. Richmond, B.C. Carlsbad, Calif.

School Arundel Senior HS The Derryfield School Gleneagle Secondary School The Hun School Miles MacDonell Collegiate Oak Park and River Forest HS Needham HS Point Grey Secondary School Rye HS North Shore HS Shawnee HS Maine Endwell HS Delran HS Glenlyon Norfolk School Little Flower Academy (Vancouver) Maine Endwell HS Kent Denver School Little Flower Academy Cathedral Catholic HS

* - letters won Head Coach: Donna Hornibrook (sixth season) Assistant Coaches: Mary McCracken (third season); Ellen Davies ‘06 (second season). Captains: Natlie Appleton ’10, Kelley Kantarian ’10, Katie Kirnan ’10

Natalie Appleton

22

3 Varsity Letters

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP/S 13/13 17/17 15/13 45/43

G 0 1 0 1

A 2 4 5 11

Pts 2 6 5 13

Sh 1 4 4 9

GW 0 0 0 0

Natalie Appleton Meet The Big Red

Senior • Back • 5-6 Victoria, B.C. • Glenlyon Norfolk School Communications

Ivy 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-4-4

2008 Season Review

At Cornell Appleton, one of the captains of the 2009 squad, saw action in 15 games during her junior season, making 13 starts. She was the anchor of a defensive unit that allowed less than 10 shots per game and just 5.4 penalty corners per game, the best school average since the stat began to be recorded in 1998. As the team’s stick-stopper on penalty corners, she finished the year with five assists, good for third on the team and ninth in the Ivy League. She posted a season-high two assists vs. Columbia and one of her assists was on the game-winner vs. Lehigh. As a sophomore, Appleton started all 17 games and ran a Cornell back line which allowed opponents less than 11 shots per game and ranked third in the Ivy League with four shutouts in 2007. Her four defensive saves topped the Ivy League and her four assists ranked second on the team. She finished the season with six points, tallying her first career goal in Cornell’s 3-2 upset victory over No. 19 Syracuse. After suffering a preseason injury and missing the first three games of her rookie campaign, Appleton stepped into a starting role for the final 13 contests of the 2006 season. She finished the year by winning the team’s Most Improved Player award, as well as the Class of ’91 Cup, given annually to the player with the most promising future. Appleton took over as the team’s stick stopper midway through the season and finished the year with two assists. She was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week on Oct. 16.

Honors and Records

At Glenlyon Norfolk School Appleton was a valuable member of the British Columbia provincial team for five years, playing in her respective age-group and winning five national championships. A player with exceptional skills and a tremendous understanding of the game, Appleton served as team captain during her final two seasons at Glenlyon Norfolk School and earned MVP honors as a senior. She also played soccer, where she earned most valuable defender honors. Personal Natalie Alicia Munoz Appleton is the daughter of Graham and Becky Appleton and she has one older sister. She is enrolled in Cornell’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

2009 Cornell Field Hockey

Season Outlook

Name Lauren Neal Kat DiPastina Alex Robson Katie Kirnan Genevieve Collins Mattie Prodanovic Olivia Boyd Kate Thompson Kelley Kantarian Catie De Stio Jess Buckingham Sara Sanders Paige Mollineaux Natalie Appleton Katie Laventure Stephanie Sanders Elizabeth Schovee Melanie Jue Alex Botte

Meet The Coaches

No. 5 7 9 10 ** 11 12 ** 13 * 14 ** 16 ** 17 ** 18 * 20 ** 21 22 *** 25 26 ** 27 ** 33 * 99 *

General Information

2009 Cornell Field Hockey Roster

www.CornellBigRed.com • 


Kelley Kantarian

Senior • Goalie • 5-5 Richmond, B.C. • Little Flowers Academy Biological Sciences

33 1 Varsity Letter

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP/S Min GA GAA Did Not Play Did Not Play 15-15 1012:08 24 2.13 15-15 1012:08 24 2.13

Svs

Sv%

W-L-T

69 69

.742 .742

11-4-0 11-4-0

At Cornell After taking a two-year hiatus from field hockey, Jue joined the Big Red field hockey team prior to the 2008 season and immediately took over a starting role in the cage. A two-sport athlete at Cornell, she spent much of the season ranked in the top-20 in the nation in both save percentage and goals-against average before finishing 24th overall with a .742 save percentage and 29th in the country with a 1.66 GAA. She posted an 11-4 record with three shutouts, including one in Ivy League action. She was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week on Sept. 9 after helping the Big Red open the season with a 1-1 record. In her first collegiate start, she made 19 saves against No. 19 Albany before dropping a 1-0 decision to the Great Danes. The 19 saves were the most since Kaitlin Tierney stopped 20 shots vs. Princeton on Oct. 21, 2000, and were the third-highest number of saves in the nation during the 2008 season by a goalie in a single game. For her efforts, she was named first-team All-Ivy, as well as the team’s co-Defensive MVP following the season. At Little Flower Academy Jue lettered in field hockey four times for Little Flower Academy and was a two-time team MVP, serving as captain in her junior and senior seasons. She led her team to a third place finish at the prestigious Bridgeman cup in 2005, the highest finish in school history. During her time at Little Flower, Jue also helped her team to three second-place finishes at the AA high school Provincial championships. Jue played for team British Columbia every year that she was eligible, except in 2006 when sidelined by an injury. In 2003, she played on team BC at the U18 Nationals and was named to the tournament all-star team after posting a shut out in en route to a gold medal victory over Saskatchewan. Personal Melanie Leanne Jue is the daughter of David and Jean Jue and has two sisters. She is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Her uncle, Bryan Chiu, plays for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League.

2008 Season Review

Meet The Big Red

Season Outlook

Meet The Coaches

General Information

Mel Jue

kelley kantarian Senior • Attack • 5-6 Rye, N.Y. • Rye HS Hotel Administration

16

2 Varsity Letters

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP/S 8/0 16/14 24/14

G A Pts Did Not Play 0 0 0 8 2 18 8 2 18

Sh

GW

Ivy

2 16 18

0 2 2

0-0-0 3-1-7 3-1-7

Honors and Records

At Cornell One of three captains for the 2009 season, Kantarian doubled her playing time in her junior season, seeing action in all 16 games and earning 14 starts. She ranked second on the team and ninth in the Ivy League with eight goals and chipped in two assists for 18 points on the season. Kantarian was also the most accurate shooter on the team, scoring her eight goals on just 16 shots. She tallied game-winners against Colgate and Dartmouth and assisted on the game-winner at Brown. For her two-goal, one-assist efforts in the 4-2 victory against the Bears, Kantarian was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week on Oct. 28. Following the season, she was one of three players that earned the team’s Most Improved Player award. After not playing as a freshman, Kantarian took several large steps in her development and saw action in eight games during her sophomore season. A player with a nose for the goal, she has good instincts in the circle and works hard to be in the right place at the right time. At Rye HS A three-time letter winner at Rye HS, Kantarian earned all-league and all-section honors as a junior and senior. She was also named all-state and to the Gannett Newspaper all-star team after registering six goals and 17 assists in 2005. She helped her team to a New York state championship in 2003, a berth in the state finals in 2004, and a sectional finals appearance in 2005. Kantarian led her Empire State team to a gold medal in 2005 and competed in the National Field Hockey Festival in 2004 and 2005. Kantarian also earned four varsity letters in soccer.

Mel Jue

 • www.CornellBigRed.com

Personal Kelley Ayn Kantarian is the daughter of Arlen and Ann Kantarian. She is a triplet with sisters, Casey and Lindsey, and also has an older sister, Jessica, and an older brother, Brian. She is enrolled in Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration.

2009 Cornell Field Hockey


General Information

katie kirnan Senior • Midfield/Attack • 5-4 Pennington, N.J. • The Hun School American Studies

10 2 Varsity Letters

Year 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP/S 1/0 5/0 16/1 22/1

G 0 0 4 4

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 8 8

Sh 0 1 15 16

GW 0 0 1 1

Ivy 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-4 2-0-4

Katie Kirnan

Catie De Stio Junior • Attack • 5-6 Sea Cliff, N.Y. • North Shore HS Human Biology, Health and Society

17

Year 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP/S 17/6 15/15 32/21

G 4 10 14

A 3 6 9

Pts 11 16 27

Sh 40 47 87

GW 3 4 7

Ivy 0-2-2 5-2-12 5-4-14

2 Varsity Letters

Personal Catherine Marie De Stio is the daughter of Tom and Linda De Stio and has a younger brother. She is enrolled in the College of Human Ecology.

2009 Cornell Field Hockey

www.CornellBigRed.com • 

Honors and Records

At North Shore HS De Stio earned 12 varsity letters in three sports - field hockey, basketball and lacrosse - during her career at North Shore HS. In 2004 and 2005, she was the field hockey team’s leading scorer and was team MVP, leading the squad to the Class B Nassau County Championships. She was an all-state and regional All-America selection in 2005 and 2006. De Stio was designated one of the top U19 players in the United States in field hockey and was invited to the junior national team camp in 2006-07. De Stio was part of the silver medal winning team in 2004 and bronze medal teams in 2005 and 2006 at the Empire State Games. She also lettered three times in basketball and four times in lacrosse, where she was named team MVP. For her accomplishments, De Stio was named North Shore’s top female athlete following her senior season.

2008 Season Review

At Cornell De Stio finished her sophomore season as a first-team Mideast Region All-America selection, becoming just the third sophomore in Big Red history to earn a firstteam honor, joining Cari Hills (1995) and Carissa Mirasol (2000). A unanimous first-team All-Ivy selection and the team’s Offensive MVP, De Stio led Cornell and ranked fifth in the league with 10 goals. She also chipped in a team-high six assists, good for seventh in the conference, for a total of 26 points, ranking her ninth overall in Cornell history for goals and points in a single-season. She also led the Big Red in goals (5) and assists (2) during conference play and registered at least one point in six of Cornell’s last eight games. For the year, De Stio registered four game-winning goals, good for first in the conference and tied for second overall in Cornell history for game-winners in a single season. Of her six assists on the season, two came on game-winning goals, as she set up the winners vs. Colgate and Dartmouth. De Stio was named the Ivy League Player of the Week on Oct. 7 after registering game-winning goals against both Yale and Lehigh. De Stio also tallied a hat-trick against Bryant and had a hand in all three goals, scoring two and assisting on one, as the Big Red defeated Dartmouth in the season finale. De Stio had a brilliant rookie season, seeing action in all 17 games and making six starts. She registered four goals and three assists to rank second on the team with 11 points. Following the season, she was named honorable mention All-Ivy. A player with great vision and poise, three of her four goals during the year proved to be game-winners. De Stio was a two-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week selection, earning the distinctions after her outstanding performances against Princeton and Syracuse helped Cornell to defeat the Tigers for the first time in 16 tries and the Orange for the first time since 1983. .

Meet The Big Red

Personal Katie Jean Kirnan is the daughter of Jack and Jean Kirnan. Her older sister, Tarah played lacrosse at Penn, and she has a younger brother, Patrick. She is enrolled in Cornell’s College of Arts and Sciences.

Catiie De Stio

Season Outlook

At The Hun School Kirnan earned four varsity letters at The Hun School where she served as team captain and was named MVP in both her junior and senior seasons. A versatile player with excellent quickness, she scored 20 goals and registered 18 assists during her career. Kirnan was an alternate for the National Futures tournament and earned numerous accolades during her career, including being named to the All-New Jersey Prep first-team, the Mid-Atlantic Prep League first-team and the CJFHCA first-team. She was named to the Star Ledger first-team, the Trenton Times All-Prep first-team and the Princeton Packet first-team. Kirnan also earned four varsity letters in lacrosse.

Meet The Coaches

At Cornell Kirnan, one of the captains of the 2009 squad, saw a significant increase in playing time during her junior season, playing in all 16 games and making one start. She tallied four goals on the season for eight total points and registered the game-winner against Harvard, helping Cornell defeat the Crimson, 1-0. Of her four goals, two came against Ivy League opponents. Following the season, she earned her second selection to the NFHCA National Academic Squad and was one of three players that earned the team’s Most Improved Player award. After an injury-plagued rookie season limited Kirnan’s playing time to just one game, she rebounded to see action in five games as a sophomore.


Sara sanders

Junior • Back/Midfield • 5-6 River Forest, Ill. • Oak Park and River Forest HS Economics

12

Year 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP/S 10/2 16/14 26/16

G 0 1 1

A 1 2 3

Pts 1 4 5

Sh 2 12 14

GW 0 0 0

Ivy 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-2-2

Junior • Midfield • 5-5 Endwell, N.Y. • Maine Endwell HS Developmental Sociology

20

Year 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP/S 8/0 16/16 24/16

G 0 3 3

A 0 2 2

Pts 0 8 8

Sh 2 14 16

GW 0 0 0

Ivy 0-0-0 1-0-2 1-0-2

2 Varsity Letters

2 Varsity Letters At Cornell Prodanovic moved into a starting role during her sophomore season, seeing action in all 16 games and making 14 starts. She finished the year with four points after scoring against Lock Haven and handing out crucial assists in victories vs. Colgate and Brown. Prodanovic also registered a critical defensive save vs. the Raiders. A player that showed steady improvement throughout her rookie campaign, Prodanovic received the team’s Most Improved Player award following the 2007 season. As a freshman, she played in 10 games, making two starts. She was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week on Oct. 23 for her role in the Big Red’s 2-1 victory over Brown when she registered her first collegiate point by assisting on the game-winning goal with 46 seconds remaining in regulation. Following the season, she was named to the NFHCA National Academic squad.. At Oak Park and River Forest HS The 2006 Illinois High School Field Hockey Player of the Year, Prodanovic was a four-year letter winner at Oak Park and River Forest HS. That same season, she served as team captain, was the squad’s leading scorer, was named team MVP and selected as the Offensive Player of the Year. Prodanovic led the Huskies to the state championship three times, including a second-place finish in 2004. She was a member of the US Futures National Tournament U19 team in 2005, 2006 and 2007 and was an alternate for the 2005 Junior Olympics team. Prodanovic also lettered three times in softball, leading the team to victory in the 2005 IHSA 6AA Softball Championships.

At Cornell Sanders saw her role increase tremendously as a sophomore as she started all 16 games for the Big Red. A player with great defensive instincts, vision and game sense, she finished the year with three goals and two assists for eight points. She registered a career-high three points vs. Siena, with one goal and one assist. Sanders saw action in eight games during her freshman season. At Maine Endwell HS Sanders was a four-time Section IV first-team all-star, a two-time all-state and regional All-America selection in 2005 and 2006, earning four varsity letters at Maine Endwell HS. She helped the Spartans to the Class B state championship in 2004 and was a two-time recipient of the all-state award in 2005 and 2006. At the New York State Empire Games, Sanders won a gold medal in 2004 and silver medals in 2005 and 2006, serving as the Central team’s co-captain in 2006. She also won a silver medal with the USFHA National Futures team at the national championships. Sanders lettered five times in lacrosse, serving as the captain in 2006 and 2007. She helped the lacrosse team to a Sectional Championship in 2005 and was a Section IV first-team all-star in 2005 and 2006. Personal Sara Kathleen Sanders is the daughter of Greg and Lisa Sanders and has three sisters. Her twin sister, Stephanie, also plays on the Big Red field hockey team. She is enrolled in College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

Personal Mattie Prodanovic is the daughter of Andy and Laurie Prodanovic. She is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

stephanie sanders Junior • Back • 5-7 Endwell, N.Y. • Maine Endwell HS Communications

26

2008 Season Review

Meet The Big Red

Season Outlook

Meet The Coaches

General Information

mATTIE PRODANOVIC

Year 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP/S 15/1 16/16 31/17

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Sh 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

Ivy 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

2 Varsity Letters

Honors and Records

At Cornell Sanders moved into a starting role for the Big Red as a sophomore, getting the start in all 16 games. She was an essential part of a defensive unit that allowed less than 10 shots per game and just 5.4 penalty corners per game, the best school average since the stat began to be recorded in 1998. She also registered one defensive save on the season, coming against Princeton. Sanders had a solid rookie season, seeing action in 15 games and making her first collegiate start vs. Albany. She was part of a Cornell back line that allowed opponents less than 11 shots per game and ranked third in the Ivy League with four shutouts in 2007. At Maine Endwell HS Sanders lettered four times and was a four-time Section IV first-team all-star at Maine Endwell HS, where she led the Spartans to a Class B state championship in 2004. Sanders was also a two-time recipient of the all-state award and was a regional All-America selection in 2006. She was on the USFHA U19 CNY team for two years, earning a silver medal at the national championships in 2005. As the team co-captain, Sanders led the Central team to a silver medal in the 2006 New York State Empire Games after earning a silver medal in 2005 and a gold medal in 2004. She lettered four times in lacrosse and was a first-team Section IV all-star goalkeeper, leading Maine Endwell to the 2005 sectional championship.

Sara Sanders

 • www.CornellBigRed.com

Personal Stephanie Lorraine Sanders is the daughter of Greg and Lisa Sanders and has three sisters. Her twin sister, Sara, also plays on the Big Red field hockey team. She is enrolled in College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

2009 Cornell Field Hockey


Junior • Midfield • 5-5 Vancouver, B.C. • Point Grey Secondary School Biology

14

Year 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP/S 10/9 16/16 26/25

G 3 3 6

A 2 6 8

Pts 8 12 20

Sh 16 27 43

GW 0 1 1

Ivy 2-2-6 1-0-2 3-2-8

2 Varsity Letters

Sophomore • Goalie • 5-6 Carlsbad, Calif. • Cathedral Catholic HS Undecided

99

Year 2008 TOTAL

GP/S Min GA 3/1 117:47 1 3/1 117:47 1

GAA 0.76 0.76

Svs 9 9

Sv% .900 .900

W-L-T 0-1-0 0-1-0

1 Varsity Letter At Cornell Botte completed her first season with Cornell as the team’s reserve goalie. She saw 117 minutes of action, including a complete game performance against Fairfield. She made nine saves and allowed just one goal for a 0.76 goals-against average and a .900 save percentage. Following the season, she was named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad and earned the team’s Class Of ’91 Cup as the player with the most promising future.

Personal Alexandra Marie Botte is the daughter of Anthony and Angela Botte and has one younger sister. She is enrolled in the College of Arts and Science.

27

Year 2007 2008 TOTAL

GP/S 1/0 12/4 13/4

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Sh 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

Honors and Records

Junior • Back/Midfield • 5-7 Englewood, Colo. • Kent Denver School Hotel Administration

Ivy 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

2 Varsity Letters At Cornell Schovee used her athleticism and work ethic to see a significant increase in playing time during the 2008 season. The defender played in 12 games and made four starts as part of a defensive unit that ranked among the best in the Ivy League, allowing less than 10 shots per game and just 5.4 penalty corners per game, the best school average since the stat began to be recorded in 1998. Following the season, she was one of three players that earned the team’s Most Improved Player award. Schovee saw action in just one game during her rookie campaign. She is one of the fastest members of the squad and plays with poise beyond her years. As she continues to develop the technical side of her game, and combines that with her speed, she will become a dangerous threat. .

2009 Cornell Field Hockey

2008 Season Review

At Cathedral Catholic HS Botte was a three-year letter winner at Cathedral Catholic HS where she started in goal for three seasons. A two-time first-team All-Division II and first-team AllWestern League honoree, she was named the Union Tribune Field Hockey Player to Watch as a senior. Botte was also a 2007 first-team all-San Diego CIF Section selection, following-up an appearance on the second-team in 2006. She was named her team’s best defensive player as a junior and earned co-MVP honors as a senior after leading her team to a Western League championship. Botte was a two-time field hockey All-Academic Scholar Athlete. She also lettered three times in basketball and lacrosse, earning MVP honors as a junior from her lacrosse team and being named a 2008 Union Tribune Lacrosse Player to Watch.

Meet The Big Red

elizabeth schovee

Alex botte

Season Outlook

Personal Katharine Jean Thompson is the daughter of John and Anne Thompson and has younger twin sisters. She is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Personal Elizabeth Kathryn Schovee is the daughter of Stephen and Allison Schovee and she has a younger brother. Her aunt and uncle, Judy and Jim Snow, received their master’s degrees from Cornell in 1976. Schovee is enrolled in the School of Hotel Administration.

Meet The Coaches

At Cornell Thompson earned an honorable mention All-Ivy selection following her sophomore season after leading the Big Red with six assists and adding three goals for 12 points. Her lone goal during Ivy League play proved to be the game-winning goal against Penn. A phenomenal two-way player at the center-midfield position, Thompson used her outstanding stick skills and athleticism to distribute the ball in the middle, while defending some of the best players in the conference. Her rookie campaign got off to an outstanding start before an injury sidelined her for the final seven games of the season. Still, with five Ivy League games under her belt, conference coaches thought highly enough of her performance to vote her onto the Ivy League honorable mention team. Thompson saw action in 10 games overall, making nine starts, and finished the year with three goals and two assists for eight points. Her six points and two assists during Ivy League action both ranked first on the team. Thompson was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week once during the season and she was named the recipient of the Cornell Class of ‘91 Cup for the player with the most promising future. Following her outstanding rookie season, Thompson was selected to the Canadian Junior World Cup training squad for the summer of 2008. . . At Point Grey Secondary School Thompson was a five-year letter winner at Point Grey Secondary School. A midfielder, she led her team to a third-place finish at the Provincial Championships tournament in both 2005 and 2006. She was selected to the U19 Provincial team in 2007, where she participated in the Can/Am Challenge and the Western Canada Summer Games. In 2006, as a member of the BC U18 Provincial team, Thompson led the team to victory over the US U19 team. She was a two-time captain of the regional British Columbia High Performance U18 NW team and captain of the U16 NW team for one year. Thompson was a member of the Point Grey soccer team, helping the squad to a Provincial Championship in 2005 and a second-place finish in 2006.

At Kent Denver School Schovee was a four-year letter winner at Kent Denver School, serving as cocaptain her senior season. A defender, Schovee led the Sun Devils to the 5A state championships for three consecutive years. She was named to the Colorado all-state team in 2005 and 2006 and was a regional All-America selection in 2007. Schovee was a four-time selection to the Region 10 National Futures Tournament team from 2003 to 2007 and served as an alternate for the U16 Junior Olympic Team in 2003. She lettered three times in lacrosse, where she helped her team to a state championship in 2005.

General Information

Kate thompson

Alex Botte

www.CornellBigRed.com • 


Season Outlook

Meet The Coaches

General Information

Olivia boyd Sophomore • Midfield • 5-8 Needham, Mass. • Needham, Mass. American Studies

13

Year 2008 TOTAL

GP/S 3/0 3/0

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Sh 0 0

GW 0 0

Ivy 0-0-0 0-0-0

1 Varsity Letter At Cornell Boyd saw action in three games as a rookie, playing against Siena, Georgetown and Bryant. At Needham HS Boyd was a three-year letter winner at Needham HS, serving as team captain during her senior season. She helped lead her team to three straight Bay State League Championships in 2005, ’06 and ’07. Boyd was named a first-team Bay State All-Star as a senior after leading her team to its most successful season in school history, posting an 11-2-2 record. Boyd also lettered four times in track and twice in basketball, earning the school’s Booster’s Club Sportsmanship Award for basketball. Personal Olivia Ella Boyd is the daughter of Jim Boyd and Linda Polach and has two older sisters. She is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Jess Buckingham

Meet The Big Red

Jess buckingham Sophomore • Midfield • 5-4 Medford, N.J. • Shawnee HS Communications

18

Year 2008 TOTAL

GP/S 3/0 3/0

G 0 0

A 1 1

Pts 1 1

Sh 1 1

Meet The Newcomers GW 0 0

Ivy 0-0-0 0-0-0

Honors and Records

2008 Season Review

1 Varsity Letter At Cornell Buckingham saw the field in three games during her freshman season, playing against Siena, Georgetown and Bryant. She registered her first collegiate point with an assist vs. Bryant. At Shawnee HS A 2007 NFHCA Regional All-American, Buckingham earned three varsity letters, starting two seasons for Shawnee HS. As a senior captain, she helped her team to a No. 7 national ranking and a Group III State championship. Buckingham was named a 2007 Star Ledger first-team all-state selection, as well as a Courier Post first-team All South Jersey, a Burlington County Times first-team All-County and first-team All-Group III selection. She was also a member of the 2007 NFHCA High School National Academic Squad. Buckingham earned the Field Hockey Club of South Jersey Captain Award and was an FHCSJ first-team All-South Jersey, first-team all-conference and an all-star selection. After a junior season in which she helped her team finish with an 18-2-2 record, she was named firstteam All-Star Patriot Division, as well as Burlington County Times first-team allcounty and first-team all-conference. Buckingham was also named a Star Ledger third-team All-South Jersey and a third-team All-Group III selection that season and earned her team’s Unsung Hero Award. She also lettered three times in lacrosse. Personal Jessica Lynn Buckingham is the daughter of Michael and Robin Buckingham and has a younger sister. She is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

10 • www.CornellBigRed.com

genevieve collins Freshman Midfield • 5-7 Winnipeg, Man. Miles MacDonell Collegiate Biological Sciences

11

Hornibrook on Collins: Genevieve is an outstanding athlete who plays with a lot of poise and has wonderful experience, thanks to her invitation to the Canadian National Team talent identification camp as a high school junior. We believe that she has only begun to scratch the surface of her potential. Genevieve has the versatility to contribute in the midfield and backfield and we are excited about what she will add to our team. At Miles MacDonell Collegiate: Collins, a midfielder from Winnipeg, Mann., was a four-year varsity member of the field hockey team at Miles MacDonell Collegiate. She served as team captain during her final two seasons and was named the league MVP in both 2007 and 2008. As a member of Team Manitoba, she was a two-time tournament all-star, earning the U19 national field hockey championship in 2008 and the national field hockey senior championship in 2007. Collins also played volleyball for four seasons and basketball for three seasons. Personal: Genevieve Nicole Collins is the daughter of Grant and Pam Collins and she has two older sisters. She is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

2009 Cornell Field Hockey


Freshman Attack • 5-5 Contoocook, N.H. The Derryfield School Undeclared

7

5

Hornibrook on Neal: Lauren impressed us with her passion for the game and her field hockey intelligence. She has excellent hands and very solid skills and we expect that she will develop into a very good all-around player. At Arundel Senior HS: A four-year letter winner at Arundel Senior high school, Neal served as team captain as a senior and was an all-county honorable mention selection in 2007 and 2008. She helped her club team to a second place finish at the 2007 National Festival. Neal also lettered twice in track and field. Personal: Lauren Emily Neal is the daughter of Jeffrey and Linda Neal and she has one older brother. She is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

25

21

Freshman Back • 5-11 Coquitlam, B.C. Gleneagle Secondary School Industrial and Labor Relations

9

Hornibrook on Robson: Alex’s size and reach, combined with her strong hit make her a formidable presence in the backfield. She has the benefit and experience of competing in British Columbia for her regional and club program, so she has had exposure playing the game at a high level. At Gleneagle Secondary School: Robson was a four-year starter for Gleneagle Secondary School and led her team to four straight district championships. A three-year team captain, she earned her team’s Captain Award twice and was twice named Academic Athlete of the Year. As a senior, she led her team to a third-place finish at the Provincial tournament. Robson also played four years of netball and two years of basketball. Her netball team finished as Provincial champions all four years and she was named the MVP at the Senior Netball Provincial Tournament as a junior. Personal: Alexandra Carey Robson is the daughter of Gary and Carole Robson and she has one older brother. She is enrolled in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations.

Hornibrook on Mollineaux: Paige is a powerful and all-around solid athlete with quick hands. She will also bring a lot of versatility to the team. Paige’s play demonstrates a good balance between scoring and distributing. We were impressed with her play at the National Futures Touranment and believe that she will have the ability to help us in many areas. At Delran HS: A four-year letter winner at Delran HS, Mollineaux was named the 2008 Burlington County Player of the Year, as well as the Field Hockey Club of South Jersey Captain of the Year. She was named to the Burlington County first-team, the All-Star South Jersey team, the All-Star Senior Showcas Team and the Star Ledger

2009 Cornell Field Hockey

www.CornellBigRed.com • 11

Honors and Records

paige mollineaux

Alex robson

2008 Season Review

Hornibrook on Laventure: Katie has tremendous vision, an unbelievable work ethic and a commitment to the game. It has been fun watching her growth over the past few years and she has clearly developed the versatility to play almost any position on the field. Likewise, her experience playing with the BC provincial program will be a real asset. At Little Flower Academy: Laventure lettered four times at Little Flower Academy playing both back and midfield. She led her team to the AA Provincial Championships in 2007 after a runnerup finish in 2006 and third place finishes in 2004 and 2005. She served as team captain as a senior and was named team MVP that same season. Laventure was also the winner of her team’s Best Defensive Player award in both 2004 and 2005. She is a three-year member of the B.C. provincial team and has finished as the runner-up at the U19 Canadian National Outdoor Championship in 2006, 2007 and 2008. Laventure also played for the second place team at the U19 Canadian National Indoor Championship in 2008. Personal: Kathryn Elizabeth Laventure is the daughter of Leslie and Maureen Laventure and she has two younger brothers. She is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Freshman Midfield • 5-5 Delran, N.J. Delran HS Natural Resources

Freshman Midfield/Attack • 5-3 Crofton, Md. Arundel Senior HS Undeclared

Meet The Big Red

Freshman Back/Midfield • 5-4 Delta, B.C. Little Flower Academy Undeclared

Lauren neal

Season Outlook

katie laventure

Meet The Coaches

Hornibrook on DiPastina: Kat is blessed with excellent quickness, including a tremendous first step, and has proven to be a natural goal scorer. She is an extremely focused and competitive athlete, which will serve her well in her growth as an athlete. At The Derryfield School: A four-year letter winner at the Derryfield School, DiPastina led her team to a state title in 2007. she was named the Class S Player of the Year in both 2007 and 2008 and was the Union Leader Player of the Year in 2008. DiPastina was named both first-team allstate and all-conference as a junior and a senior. She was also a four-year letter winner in both ice hockey and softball, serving as the captain of both teams during her senior season. Personal: Katherine Mary DiPastina is the daughter of John and Margaret DiPastina and she has older twin brothers and a younger sister. She is enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

General Information

kat dipastina

first-team while serving as team captain as a senior. Mollineaux was named first-team all-conference for her final three seasons, after earning Burlington County second-team honors as a freshman. She was also named to the South Jersey Group 2 first-team in 2006 and 2008, with second-team selections in 2005 and 2007. An eight-year member of the Spirit of USA Field Hockey, she participated in the National Futures Tournament and was a Futures Elite Member in 2007 and 2008. Mollineaux also lettered four times in softball. Personal: Paige Morgan Mollineaux is the daughter of James and Doreen Mollineaux ans she has one younger sister. She is enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.


Honors and Records

2008 Season Review

Meet The Big Red

Season Outlook

Meet The Coaches

General Information

2008 Final Statistics

Individual

Individual Scoring De Stio, Catie Horn, Abbi Kantarian, Kelley Martinez, Belen Thompson, Kate Kirnan, Katie Sanders, Sara Greenwood, Maura Appleton, Natalie Prodanovic, Mattie Franco, Carolyn Brownstein, Stephanie Olesky, Eva Buckingham, Jess Jue, Melanie Schovee, Elizabeth Sanders, Stephanie Boyd, Olivia Total Opponents

GP-GS 16-15 16-16 16-14 16-16 16-16 16-1 16-16 10-0 15-13 16-14 9-0 16-14 16-5 3-0 16-15 12-4 16-16 4-0 16 16

G 10 7 8 6 3 4 3 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 25

A 6 5 2 5 6 0 2 1 5 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 38 30

Name Botte, Alex Jue, Melanie Total Opponents

GP-GS 3-1 15-15 16 16

Minutes 117:47 1012:08 1129:55 1129:55

Pts 26 19 18 17 12 8 8 5 5 4 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 128 80

Sh 47 44 16 85 27 15 14 3 4 12 1 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 274 155

GA 1 24 25 45

GAA 0.76 2.13 1.99 3.58

Sh% .213 .159 .500 .071 .111 .267 .214 .667 .000 .083 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .164 .161 Saves 9 69 79 124

SOG 30 28 12 51 13 14 9 3 1 7 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 171 104

Ivy

SOG% .638 .636 .750 .600 .481 .933 .643 1.000 .250 .583 1.000 .000 .250 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .624 .671

Sv% .900 .742 .760 .734

W 0 11 11 4

GW PS-ATT 4 0-0 2 0-0 2 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 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 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 11 0-1 5 0-0

DSV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 7

G 5 2 3 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 25

L 0 4 4 10

T 0 0 0 0

Sho 0 3 5 3

GAA 0.00 2.37 2.37 3.10

A 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 30

Career Pts 12 6 7 8 2 4 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 126 80

Sv% .000 .675 .675 .795

G 14 17 8 17 6 4 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A Pts 9 37 15 49 2 18 13 47 8 20 0 8 2 8 1 5 11 13 3 5 0 2 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GAA 0.76 2.13

Sv% .900 .742

GOALS BY PERIOD Cornell University Opponents

1st 25 8

2nd 19 16

OT 1 1

Total 45 25

SAVES BY PERIOD Cornell University Opponents

1st 44 59

2nd 35 64

OT 0 1

Total 79 124

SHOTS BY PERIOD Cornell University Opponents

1st 133 79

2nd 139 75

OT 2 1

Total 274 155

PENALTY CORNERS Cornell University Opponents

1st 57 45

2nd 68 42

OT 2 0

Total 127 87

2008 Results (11-5 overall, 6-1 Ivy League) Date 9/6 9/7 9/12 9/13 9/19 9/21 9/27 9/28 10/4 10/5 10/9 10/10 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/9

Opponent at #19 Albany at Siena LOCK HAVEN at Bucknell PENN * GEORGETOWN vs. Columbia *^ at Fairfield YALE * LEHIGH at Colgate BRYANT at Harvard * at Brown * #11 PRINCETON * DARTMOUTH *

Result L, 0-1 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 (OT) L, 2-3 W, 3-1 W, 4-0 W, 4-3 L, 0-1 W, 2-1 (OT) W, 2-0 W, 6-4 W, 9-0 W, 1-0 W, 4-2 L, 0-4 W, 3-2

* Ivy League Games ^ - at Johnson Field (New Haven, Conn.) Game-winner in CAPS

Goals — MARTINEZ, Kantarian, Sa. Sanders Martinez, Prodanovic Kantarian, Martinez Thompson, MARTINEZ, De Stio HORN, Horn, Kirnan, Horn Horn, Martinez, Martinez, KIRNAN — Horn, DE STIO DE STIO, Horn Kantarian, Kantarian, Thompson, Horn, KANTARIAN, De Stio DE STIO, De Stio, Kirnan, Greenwood, Greenwood, De Stio, Franco, Sa. Sanders, Thompson KIRNAN Sa. Sanders, De Stio, KANTARIAN, Kantarian — Kantarian, De Stio, DE STIO

Saves Jue 19 Jue 0 Jue 6 Jue 4 Jue 4 Jue 3, Botte 0 Jue 4 Botte 6 Jue 3 Jue 1 Jue 7 Jue 2, Botte 3 Jue 4 Jue 1 Jue 8 Jue 3

Record 0-1 (0-0) 1-1 (0-0) 1-2 (0-0) 1-3 (0-0) 2-3 (1-0) 3-3 (1-0) 4-3 (2-0) 4-4 (2-0) 5-4 (3-0) 6-4 (3-0) 7-4 (3-0) 8-4 (3-0) 9-4 (4-0) 10-4 (5-0) 10-5 (5-1) 11-5 (6-1)

12 • www.CornellBigRed.com

2009 Cornell Field Hockey


Most Valuable Player

2009 Cornell Field Hockey

Class of ‘91 Cup

Given annually to the player with the most promising future

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Julie Gibert Amy Wright Tara Lamb Beth Gifford Cari Hills Emily Robb Kelly Dean Amy Galebach Ashleigh Snelson Sarah Nordstrom Karleigh Burns Stephanie Maher Jamie Greubel Sarah Miller Katie Bradshaw Katlyn Donoghue Natalie Appleton Kate Thompson Alex Botte

— All-Americans — Cari Hills Second Team 1995

Carissa Mirasol Second Team 2001

www.CornellBigRed.com • 13

Honors and Records

Caroline Lubick Ann Noble Kim Foster Anne Ferree Kate DelloStritto Lauren Sbrollini Lara Krupka Jen Caci

Sarah Vickers Kristi Bullard Kelly Dean Kate McMahon Ashleigh Snelson Sarah Nordstom Karleigh Burns Blair Corcoran Blair Corcoran Natalie Serlé Ellen Davies Steph Casella Stephanie Brownstein Abbi Horn

2008 Season Review

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1988 1989 1990

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Karla Griffin..............................................................First Team Sue Zieman...........................................Honorable Mention Karla Griffin..............................................................First Team Mary-Beth DeLaney...........................Honorable Mention Beth Paciello.........................................Honorable Mention Yanaka Bernal.........................................................First Team Amy Wright....................................................... Second Team Amy Wright....................................................... Second Team Tara Lamb.......................................................... Second Team Cari Hills....................................................................First Team Emily Robb........................................................ Second Team Molly Kauffman......................................................First Team Faith Harrison.................................................. Second Team Cari Hills............................................................. Second Team Sarah Walton...........................................................First Team Kelley Boutin.................................................... Second Team Kate McMahon.......................................................First Team Ashleigh Snelson............................................ Second Team Amy Galebach ................................................ Second Team Carissa Mirasol........................................................First Team Ashleigh Snelson............................................ Second Team Carissa Mirasol........................................................First Team Lindsay Grace..........................................................First Team Kimmy Gardner............................................... Second Team Sarah Rosenbaum.......................................... Second Team Danielle Dunn.................................................. Second Team Belen Martinez................................................ Second Team Belen Martinez................................................ Second Team Brenna Gulotta................................................ Second Team Catie De Stio............................................................First Team Belen Martinez................................................ Second Team

Meet The Big Red

Most Improved Player

Sportsmanship, Leadership and Determination Award

1985 1986 1987 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1999 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2007 2008

Season Outlook

Lisa Kolongnowski (def.) Linda Miller (off.) Karla Griffin (def.) Lisa Kolongnowski (def.) Leane Sinick (off.) Sue Zieman Jenny Graap (off.) Karla Griffin (def.) Lisa Kolongnowski (def.) Karla Griffin Mary-Beth DeLaney Yanaka Bernal (def.) Beth Paciello (off.) Lauren Sbrollini Yanaka Bernal Anne Tevebaugh (off.) Amy Wright (def.) Mary Collins Julie Gilbert Deb Rine (off.) Amy Wright (def.) Julie Gilbert Liz Goldsmith (off.) Amy Wright (def.) Tara Lamb Kyle Freeman (def.) Cari Hills (off.) Amy Meldrim (def.) Cari Hills Molly Kaufmann (def.) Emily Robb (off.) Ann Repke Molly Kaufmann (def.) Emily Robb (off.) Cari Hills Emily Robb (off.) Sarah Walton Ashleigh Snelson Carissa Mirasol (off.) Sarah Nordstrom (def.) Lindsay Grace (off.) Sarah Nordstrom (def.) Sarah Rosenbaum (def.) Karleigh Burns (off.) Kaitlin Tierney (def.) Danielle Dunn (off.) Lori Blutinger (def.) Alyssa DePaola (off.) Natalie Serlé (def.) Abbi Horn (off.) Belen Martinez (def.) Brenna Gulotta (off.) Belen Martinez (def.) Catie De Stio (off.) Belen Martinez (def.) Melanie Jue (def.)

Liz Klose Liz Goldsmith Kyle Freeman Laurie McCallig Danielle Piscitelli Heather McCormick Renee Land Kelly Dean Sarah Rosenbaum Annie O’Rourke Ali Winsky Julie Huang Blair Corcoran Katie Bradshaw Abbi Horn Natalie Appleton Mattie Prodanovic Kelley Kantarian Katie Kirnan Elizabeth Schovee

Meet The Coaches

1983 1984 1985 1986 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Regional All-Americans

General Information

Cornell Team Awards


Honors and Records

2008 Season Review

Meet The Big Red

Season Outlook

Meet The Coaches

General Information

All-Ivy Selections National Academic Squad 1988

Beth Paciello

1994

Renee Land Beth Gifford

1995

Renee Land Jamie Marciniec Sarah Vickers

1996

Jamie Marciniec Emily Robb Sarah Vickers

1997

Jamie Marciniec Emily Robb Sarah Vickers

1998

Alison Diesel Chrissy Peruto Amy Galebach

2000

Dana Kindermann Sommer Costabile Sarah Nordstrom

2001

Sommer Costabile Sarah Nordstrom

2002 2003

Karleigh Burns Sommer Costabile Sarah Nordstrom

2004

Ellen Davies Lindsay Donatiello Natalie Serle Katie Storey

2005

Stephanie Brownstein Ellen Davies Alyssa DePaola Lizzie Goldblatt

2006

Stephanie Brownstein Alyssa DePaola Katlyn Donoghue Kate Randall

2007

Stephanie Brownstein Alyssa DePaola Katlyn Donoghue Lizzie Goldblatt Katie Kirnan Mattie Prodanovic

2008

Alex Botte Stephanie Brownstein Katie Kirnan

Amy Fredericks

Stephanie Brownstein ‘09

1982 Linda Miller, A.................................... 1st Shea Maultsby, G.............................. 1st 1983 Linda Miller, A.................................. 2nd 1984 Leane Sinicki, A................................. 1st Ellen Grant, M................................... 2nd 1985 Jenny Graap, A................................... 1st Ellen Grant, M................................... 2nd Karla Griffin, B.................................. 2nd

1996 Beth Gifford, M................................ 2nd Molly Kauffman, G.......................... 2nd Ann Repke, B..................................... HM 1997 Faith Harrison, M............................... 1st Cari Hills, M......................................... 1st Emily Robb, A................................... 2nd 1998 Emily Robb, A................................... 2nd Sarah Walton, M.............................. 2nd Kelly Boutin, A................................... HM

1986 Karla Griffin, B.................................... 1st

1999 Sarah Walton, M................................ 1st Emily Robb, A................................... 2nd

1987 Mary-Beth DeLaney, M................. 2nd Nadia Glucksberg, B........................ HM

2000 Kate McMahon, M............................ 1st Ashleigh Snelson , A...................... 2nd

1988 Beth Paciello, A.................................. 1st Mary-Beth DeLaney, M................... 1st Ellen Graap, M.................................. 2nd Yanaka Bernal,G.............................. 2nd Lauren Sbrollini, B........................... HM

2001 Carissa Mirasol, A.............................. 1st Ashleigh Snelson, A....................... 2nd Sarah Rosenbaum, M...................... HM

1989 Lauren Sbrollini, B.......................... 2nd 1990 Yanaka Bernal, G............................... 1st Jackie Hymans, M............................ HM 1991 Amy Wright, G.................................... 1st Anne Tevebaugh, A........................ 2nd Jackie Hymans, M............................ HM Anita Roberson, B............................ HM 1992 Amy Wright, G.................................... 1st Mary Collins, B................................. 2nd Julie Gilbert, M.................................. HM 1993 Amy Wright, G.................................... 1st Liz Goldsmith, A.............................. 2nd Julie Gilbert, M................................. 2nd 1994 Tara Lamb, B....................................... 1st Cari Hills, A............ Rookie of the Year .............................................................. 2nd Amy Meldrim, M............................. 2nd 1995 Cari Hills, A.......................................... 1st Emily Robb, A................................... 2nd

14 • www.CornellBigRed.com

2002 Carissa Mirasol, A.............................. 1st Kimmy Gardner, B........................... 2nd Lindsay Grace, A.............................. 2nd 2003 Karleigh Burns, M........................... 2nd 2004 Danielle Dunn, A............................... 1st Gina Testa, A...................................... HM 2005 Alyssa DePaola, A............................. 1st Blair Corcoran, M............................ 2nd Belen Martinez, B............................ 2nd 2006 Katlyn Donoghue, M..................... 2nd Belen Martinez, B............................ 2nd Sarah Miller, M................................. 2nd 2007 Brenna Gulotta, A............................. 1st Belen Martinez, B.............................. 1st Catie DeStio, A.................................. HM Kate Thompson, M.......................... HM 2008 Catie De Stio, A.................................. 1st Belen Martinez, B.............................. 1st Melaie Jue, G...................................... 1st Abbi Horn, A..................................... 2nd Kate Thompson, M.......................... HM

All-Time Captains 1977..................................Susan Hartwell ............................................ Joanne Powell 1978....................................... Sarah Noble ............................................ Carol Johnson 1979....................................... Sarah Noble ............................................ Joanne Powell 1980.........................................Lisa Nilsson ...................................... Debbie Pickhardt 1981...................................... Pat Donnelly ......................................... Marianne Moag 1982....................................... Lynn Jensen ............................................Shea Maultsby 1983................................. Caroline Lubick ................................................. Linda Miller 1984.......................................Jenny Graap ........................................ Tracy Clippinger ...............................................Leane Sinicki 1985.......................................Jenny Graap ...................................................Ellen Grant 1986............................. Lisa Kolongowski ...............................................Dee O’Regan 1987.......................................Meg Bantley ................................. Mary-Beth DeLaney 1988......................................... Ellen Graap ............................................... Bath Paciello 1989.......................................... Tania Potts ......................................... Lauren Sbrollini 1990....................................Yanaka Bernal ................................................. Lara Krupka 1991.................................. Melinda LaBoy ....................................... Anne Tevebaugh 1992....................................... Mary Collins .......................................................Deb Rine 1993........................................Julie Gilbert ................................................. Amy Wright 1994.....................................Kyle Freeman ..............................................Amy Meldrim 1995........................ Heather McCormick ....................................... Danielle Piscitelli 1996................................ Molly Kauffman ................................. Heather McCormick 1997...............................................Cari Hills ...............................................Sarah Vickers 1998...................................Marisa Hanaka 1999...........................................Kelly Dean ..................................................... Molly Bell 2000...................................Amy Galebach ...........................................Kate McMahon 2001............................. Ashleigh Snelson ........................................ Melissa Wannop 2002..............................Sarah Nordstrom 2003...................................Karleigh Burns ......................................... Kimmy Gardner ............................................. Lindsay Grace 2004....................................Blair Corcoran .....................................................Gina Testa 2005....................................Blair Corcoran ................................................Natalie Serlé 2006........................................ Sarah Miller ............................................Lindsay Moyer 2007................................. Katie Bradshaw ...........................................Belen Martinez 2008........................................... Abbi Horn ...........................................Belen Martinez ....................................................Eva Olesky 2009..............................Natalie Appleton .........................................Kelley Kantarian .................................................Katie Kirnan

2009 Cornell Field Hockey


Goals, Season

Cari Hills............................................11..................... 1997 Cari Hills............................................10..................... 1995 Heather McCormick..........................10..................... 1995 Blair Corcoran....................................9...................... 2005 Natalie Serlé......................................9...................... 2005 Ellen Graap........................................9...................... 1988 Carissa Mirasol...................................9...................... 2002 Emily Robb........................................8...................... 1997 Emily Robb........................................8...................... 1996 Cari Hills.............................................8...................... 1994 Linda Miller.......................................8...................... 1981

Points, Season

Cari Hills............................................36..................... 1995 Emily Robb.......................................31..................... 1995 Kelley Boutin....................................30..................... 1999 Linda Miller......................................30..................... 1981 Linda Miller......................................30..................... 1982 Beth Paciello.....................................30..................... 1988 Cari Hills............................................29..................... 1997 Anna Starkey....................................27..................... 2000 Susan Dallimonte.............................26..................... 1973 Catie De Stio.....................................26..................... 2008

Game-Winning Goals, Season Kelley Boutin...............................5...................... 1999 Alyssa DePaola.............................4...................... 2005 Emily Robb...................................4...................... 1995 Linda Miller..................................4...................... 1982 Catie De Stio.................................4...................... 2008

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8. 9. 10.

Cari Hills......................................33.....................1994-97 Emily Robb..................................26.....................1995-98 Carissa Mirasol............................17.....................2000-03 Sarah Nordstrom.........................16.....................1999-02 Ellen Graap.................................15.....................1985-88 Heather McCormick.....................15.....................1993-96 Abbi Horn...................................15.....................2005-08 Blair Corcoran.............................14.....................2002-05 Belen Martinez...........................13.....................2005-08 Natalie Serlé...............................12.....................2002-05 Linda Miller.................................12.....................1980-83 Lindsay Grace..............................12.....................2000-03

Points, Career 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Cari Hills......................................93.....................1994-97 Linda Miller.................................92.....................1980-83 Emily Robb..................................84.....................1995-98 Joanne Powell.............................67.....................1976-79 Kelley Boutin..............................60.....................1996-99 Beth Paciello...............................58.....................1985-88 Carissa Mirasol............................49.....................2000-03 Abbi Horn...................................49.....................2005-08 Belen Martinez...........................47.....................2005-08 Lindsay Grace..............................44.....................2000-03 Alyssa DePaola............................39.....................2005-07

Game-Winning Goals, Career 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 8.

Amy Wright.........................247...............1991 Molly Kauffman.................235...............1996 Yanaka Bernal....................222...............1990 Amy Wright.........................216...............1992 Yanaka Bernal....................185...............1989 Molly Kauffman.................177...............1995 Yanaka Bernal....................172...............1988 Kristi Bullard.......................158...............1997 Karen Kuhn.........................153...............1977 Amy Wright.........................150...............1993

2009 Cornell Field Hockey

Linda Miller

Emily Robb

Joanne Powell

Linda Miller.................................11................1980-83 Emily Robb...................................9.................1995-97 Beth Paciello................................9.................1985-88 Kelley Boutin...............................8.................1997-99 Alyssa DePaola.............................7................2005–07 Catie De Stio.................................7.....................2007Brenna Gulotta............................6................2005–07 Lindsay Grace...............................6.................2000-03 Cari Hills.......................................5.................1994-97 Jeanette Viggiano........................5.................1994-94 Anne Trevebaugh.........................5.................1988-91

Molly Kauffman

Saves, Career

Amy Wright......................620............... 1990-93 Yanaka Bernal.................597............... 1987-90. Molly Kauffman..............413............... 1994-96 Kaitlin Tierney.................396............... 2000-03 Karen Kuhn......................322............... 1975-77 Kristi Bullard....................299............... 1995-98 Sue Zieman......................273............... 1983-85 Kelly Clark.........................249............... 1985-87 Shea Maultsby................240............... 1979-82

Cornell Year-By-Year Records Year Won Lost Tied NTS Tourn. Barbara Anderson (10-5-4). 1972 5 4 0 T3rd 1973 5 1 4 3rd Judith (Zoble) Kosstrin (14-17-5) 1974 5 2 4 3rd 1975 3 8 0 7th 1976 6 7 1 6th Cheryl Wolf (4-4-6) 1977 4 4 6 —- Shelby (Pontz) Bowman (114-152-24, 31-65-12 Ivy) 1978 9 9 0 3rd 1979 4 9 3 —- 1980 3 9 2 —- 1981 3 11 0 —- 1982 5 9 1 —- 1983 6 9 0 —- 1984 5 8 1 —- 1985 7 5 3 —- 1986 5 6 4 —- 1987 7 7 1 —- 1988 7 7 1 —- 1989 4 8 3 —- 1990 7 7 1 —- 1991 6 8 1 —- 1992 5 8 2 —- 1993 7 8 0 —- 1994 7 7 1 —- 1995 9 8 0 —- 1996 8 9 0 —- Michelle (Frates) Tambroni (47-51; 19-23 Ivy) 1997 9 7 0 —- 1998 6 9 0 —- 1999 8 9 0 —- 2000 8 9 0 —- 2001 7 9 0 2002 9 8 0 Phil Sykes (interim) (3-13, 1-6 Ivy). 2003 3 13 0 Donna Hornibrook (41-41, 20-15 Ivy) . 2004 3 13 0 2005 10 7 0 2006 7 9 0 2007 10 7 0 2008 11 5 0 TOTALS 233 283 39

Ivy League —-. —————- —0-4-2, T5th 0-4-2, T5th 0-6-0, 7th 1-4-1, 6th 1-5-0, 6th 1-4-1, 6th 1-4-1, 7th 0-4-2, 7th 3-3-0, T3rd 2-3-1, 4th 2-4-0, 5th 3-3-0, T3rd 4-2-0, T1st 1-3-2, T4th 3-3-0, T3rd 3-3-0, T4th 3-3-0, T4th 3-3-0, T3rd 5-2-0, T2nd 2-5-0, T6th 4-3-0, T4th 3-4-0, T4th 2-5-0, 6th 3-4-0, T4th 1-6-0, 7th 1-6-0, 8th 4-3-0, 4th 4-3-0, T2nd 5-2-0, T2nd 6-1-0, 2nd 71-109-12

www.CornellBigRed.com • 15

Honors and Records

Yanaka Bernal

Saves, Season

Cari Hills

Assists, Career

Career Saves Leaders

Amy Wright

Career Points Leaders

2008 Season Review

1. 2.

Linda Miller.................................40.....................1980-83 Cari Hills......................................30.....................1994-97 Emily Robb..................................29.....................1995-98 Joanne Powell.............................28.....................1976-79 Kelley Boutin..............................27.....................1996-99 Beth Paciello...............................26.....................1985-88 Abbi Horn...................................17.....................2005-08 Belen Martinez...........................17.....................2005-08 Alyssa DePaola............................16.....................2005-07 Lindsay Grace..............................16.....................2000-03 Carissa Mirasol............................16.....................2000-03

Meet The Big Red

1. 2. 3. 7. 8. 9.

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

Season Outlook

1. 2. 4. 8.

Assists, Season

Goals, Career

Meet The Coaches

Kelley Boutin....................................14..................... 1999 Linda Miller......................................14..................... 1982 Susan Dallimonte.............................13..................... 1973 Beth Paciello.....................................13..................... 1988 Cari Hills............................................13..................... 1995 Emily Robb.......................................13..................... 1995 Emily Montgomery...........................12..................... 1974 Linda Miller......................................11..................... 1981 Allison Locke.....................................10..................... 1974 Joanne Powell...................................10..................... 1977 Anna Starkey....................................10..................... 2000 Catie De Stio.....................................10..................... 2008

General Information

1. 3. 7. 8. 9.


Honors and Records

2008 Season Review

Meet The Big Red

Season Outlook

Meet The Coaches

General Information

All-Time Letter Winners Ade, Samantha.................... 2001, 02 Appleton, Natalie...........2006, 07, 08 Auer, Lizzie........................... 2005, 06 Balzer, Kirsten...................... 2003 Bantley, Meg........................ 1984, 85, 86, 87 Barndt, Laura....................... 2001, 02 Bell, Andrea......................... 1994, 95, 96 Bell, Molly............................ 1998, 99 Bernal, Yanaka..................... 1988, 89, 90 Blutinger, Lori...................... 2004 Bond, Elizabeth.................... 1981 Botsford, Laurel.................... 1990 Botte, Alexandra............2008 Boutin, Kelley....................... 1996, 97, 98, 99 Boyd, Olivia....................2008 Bradshaw, Katie................... 2004, 05, 06, 07 Brownstein, Stephanie......... 2005, 06, 07, 08 Buckingham, Jess...........2008 Bullard, Kristi....................... 1997, 98 Burns, Karleigh.................... 2000, 01, 02, 03 Caci, Jennifer........................ 1989, 90 Caro, Sandy (Mgr.)................ 1984 Casavecchia, Claudia............ 1981, 83, 84 Chagrasulis, Elizabeth.......... 1978, 79 Clark, Julie (Mgr.)................. 1989 Clark, Kelly........................... 1986, 87 Clippinger, Tracy................... 1981, 82, 83, 84 Coan, Louisa......................... 1983, 84, 85 Cohen, Linda........................ 1978, 79 Collins, Mary........................ 1989, 90, 91, 92 Comey, Jenn......................... 1989 Cook, Brittany (Mgr.)............ 2003 Corcoran, Blair...................... 2003, 04, 05 Costabile, Sommer............... 2000, 01, 02 Cotter, Kathryn..................... 1983 Croskey, Bonnie.................... 1978 Daniels, Camille................... 1993, 94, 95 Davies, Ellen......................... 2004, 05 Davis, Sue............................. 1985, 86 Dean, Kelly........................... 1996, 97, 98, 99 DeLaney, Mary-Beth............ 1985, 86, 87, 88 Dellostritto, Kate.................. 1986 DeLuca, Tricia....................... 1979, 80 DePaola, Alyssa.................... 2005, 06, 07 De Stio, Catie..................2007, 08 Diedrich, Sara (Mgr.)............ 2000 Diesel, Allison....................... 2000 Donnelly, Patricia................. 1979, 80, 81 Donoghue, Katlyn................ 2005, 06, 07 Dowling, Michele................. 1986, 87, 88 Dunn, Danielle..................... 2002, 03, 04 Elliot, Laurie......................... 1987 Endo, Corey.......................... 1992, 93 Evans, Lee............................ 2004 Ewing, Robyn....................... 1978 Ferree, Anne......................... 1985 Filip, Christine...................... 1979 Florio, Sheerin...................... 1999 Franco, Carolyn..................... 2007, 08 Forney, Arlyn........................ 1978, 79, 81 Foster, Kim........................... 1983, 84 Freeman, Kyle...................... 1991, 92, 93, 94 Fritsch, Sasha....................... 1999 Galebach, Amy..................... 1997, 98, 99, 00 Gardner, Kim........................ 2000, 01, 02, 03 Geiger, Ann-Marie................ 1988 Gifford, Beth......................... 1993, 94, 95, 96

Gil, Lucy............................... 1982 Gilbert, Julie......................... 1990, 91, 92, 93 Glendening, Jill.................... 1996 Glucksberg, Nadia................ 1986, 87 Goldblatt, Lizzie................... 2005, 06, 07 Goldsmith, Liz...................... 1991, 92, 93 Graap, Ellen.......................... 1985, 86, 87, 88 Graap, Jenny........................ 1982, 83, 84, 85 Grace, Lindsay...................... 2000, 01, 02, 03 Grant, Ellen.......................... 1982, 83, 84, 85 Greenwood, Maura............... 2008 Griffin, Kara.......................... 1986 Griffin, Karla......................... 1983, 84, 85, 86 Gulotta, Brenna.................... 2005, 06, 07 Haas, Helena........................ 2005, 06 Hanaka, Marisa.................... 1996, 97, 98 Hand, Christine.................... 1990, 91 Harrison, Faith...................... 1994, 95, 96, 97 Hathaway, Jacqui................. 1982 Hills, Cari.............................. 1994, 95, 97 Holmes, Janice..................... 1985 Horn, Abbi............................ 2005, 06, 07, 08 Huang, Julie......................... 2002 Hymans, Jackie..................... 1989, 90, 91, 92 Jensen, Lynn........................ 1981, 82 Jue, Melanie...................2008 Kantarian, Kelley............2007, 08 Kauffman, Molly.................. 1995, 96 Kelly, Catherine.................... 1998, 99, 2000 Kennedy, Meg...................... 1986, 88 Kindermann, Dana............... 2000, 01 Kirnan, Katie..................2007, 08 Klose, Elizabeth.................... 1991, 92, 93 Kobel, Kathy......................... 1980, 81 Kolongowski, Lisa................ 1983, 84, 85, 86 Krupka, Lara......................... 1988, 89, 90 LaBoy, Melinda.................... 1989, 90, 91 Lamb, Tara............................ 1992, 93, 94 Land, Renee......................... 1993, 94, 95 Lee, Jane (Mgr.).................... 1980, 83 Liatsos, Katherine................. 1987 Light, Kate............................ 1995, 96, 97 Lubick, Caroline.................... 1981, 82, 83 Lyon, Kristie......................... 1983, 84 Maher, Stephanie................. 2001, 02, 03 Malter, Jane......................... 1978 Malzberg, Mandy................. 2005, 06, 07 Mannix, Catherine................ 1978, 80, 81 Marciniec, Jamie.................. 1995, 96, 97 Martinez, Belen.................... 2005, 06, 07, 08 Maultsby, Shea..................... 1979, 80, 81, 82 McCallig, Laurie.................... 1992, 93, 94 McClure, Heidi...................... 1980 McCormack, Terry (Mgr.)...... 1982 McCormick, Heather............. 1995 McEneaney, Moira................ 1994 McMahon, Kate.................... 1997, 98, 99, 00 Meldrim, Amy...................... 1991, 92, 93, 94 Miller, Linda......................... 1980, 81, 82, 83 Miller, Sarah......................... 2003, 04, 05, 06 Milmoe, Anne...................... 1982 Mirasol, Carissa.................... 2000, 01, 02, 03 Moag, Marianne................... 1978, 79, 80, 81 Morrissey, Margaret............. 1989, 90, 91, 92 Moyer, Lindsay..................... 2003, 04, 05, 06 Nam, Terri............................. 1993 Nelson, Cathy....................... 1982

Cornell vs. All Opponents Nilsson, Lisa......................... 1978, 79, 80 Noble, Ann........................... 1981, 83, 84 Noble, Sarah........................ 1978, 79 Nordstrom, Sarah................. 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Nourse, Sarah....................... 1987 O’Connor, Katie..................... 1988 O’Donnell, Kelly.................... 1999 Oleskey, Eva......................... 2007, 08 O’Reagan, Deidre................. 1984, 86, 87 O’Rourke, Annie................... 2000, 01, 02 Owens, Kelly........................ 1989, 90 Paciello, Beth....................... 1985, 86, 87, 88 Park, Julie (Mgr.).................. 2008 Pederson, Pam (Mgr.)........... 1998 Peruto, Christina................... 2000 Pickhardt, Debbie................. 1979, 80 Piscitelli, Daniell................... 1994, 95 Pocopio, Kate....................... 1997, 98 Potts, Tania........................... 1986, 87, 88, 89 Powell, Joanne..................... 1978, 79 Prescott, Shannon................ 2006, 07 Prodanovic, Mattie.........2007, 08 Quinton, Joy......................... 1978 Randall, Kate........................ 2005, 06 Repke, Anne......................... 1995, 96 Reynard, Joanne................... 1980 Rider, Terry........................... 1980 Rine, Debra.......................... 1990, 91, 92 Robb, Emily.......................... 1995, 96, 97, 98 Roberson, Anita................... 1990, 91, 92 Robertson, Liz...................... 1994 Romig, Chris......................... 1986, 87, 88, 89 Rosenbaum, Sarah............... 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Sanders, Sara.................2007, 08 Sanders, Stephanie.........2007, 08 Sbrollini, Lauren................... 1987, 88, 89 Scavo, Stacey........................ 1994 Schovee, Elizabeth..........2007, 08 Serignese, Phyllis................. 1979 Serle, Natalie........................ 2002, 03, 04, 05 Sinicki, Leanne..................... 1981, 82, 83, 84 Smith, Cindy........................ 1979, 80 Smith, Randi (Mgr.).............. 1981 Snelson, Ashleigh................. 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Soltis, Kelly.......................... 2000, 01, 02, 03 Spinola, Susan..................... 1981 Starkey, Anna....................... 1999 Sullivan, Elizabeth................ 1998, 99 Sullivan, Maureen................ 1999, 2000 Teitelman, Melissa............... 1989 Tierney, Kaitlin..................... 2000, 01, 02, 03 Testa, Gina........................... 2003, 04 Tevebaugh, Anne................. 1988, 89, 90, 91 Thompson, Katherine.....2007, 08 Townsend, Shelly................. 1988 Vickers, Sarah....................... 1995, 96, 97 Viggiano, Jeannette............. 1993, 94, 95 Walton, Sarah...................... 1996, 97, 98 Wannop, Melissa.................. 1999, 2000, 01 Weiner, Sara......................... 2002, 03, 04 Williams, Kathy.................... 1980 Winsky, Ali........................... 2001, 02, 03 Wright, Amy......................... 1991, 92, 93 Woods, Lauren..................... 1978 Woolsey, Jaime.................... 2001, 02, 03, 04 Worden, Elisa....................... 1988, 89, 90 Zieman, Sue......................... 1983, 84, 85

Opponent (First Game) Albany (1999) American (2001) Boston College (1992) Boston University (1987) Brockport (1972) Brown (1979) Byrant (2008) Bucknell (1974) California-Berkeley (1991) Central Michigan (2003) Colgate (1974) Columbia (1996) Connecticut (1998) Cortland (1972) C.W. Post (1989) Dartmouth (1979) Davidson (2009) Fairfield (2008) Geneseo (1972) Georgetown (2003) Hartwick (1972) Harvard (1976) Hofstra (1993) Holy Cross (1994) Ithaca College (1972) Kent State (1993) Lafayette (1985) Lehigh (1991) Lock Haven (2007) Maine (2002) Manhattanville (1978) Massachusetts (1978) Michigan State (2001) Oneonta (1972) Penn (1976) Princeton (1978) Providence (2004) Rhode Island (1989) Richmond (2001) Rider (1995) Rochester (1972) Rutgers (1996) Sacred Heart (1999) Saint Francis (Pa.) (2005) St. Lawrence (1973) Siena (1994) Southwest Missouri State (2000) Springfield (1990) Stanford (1991) Syracuse (1979) Temple (2004) Towson (2006) UMBC (2005) Ursinus (1992) Vermont (2005) Villanova (1997) Virginia (2002) Wells (1972) West Chester (2005) William Smith (1972) Yale (1979) TOTALS

W L T 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 8 6 4 13 15 3 1 0 0 9 12 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 16 18 3 12 1 0 0 2 0 4 14 5 7 0 0 9 20 1 First Meeting 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 10 4 1 9 22 4 2 0 0 3 5 0 5 15 3 0 5 0 5 12 2 16 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 6 1 1 10 21 2 5 23 3 0 1 0 3 1 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 14 2 1 3 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 10 3 2 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 2 25 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 11 5 0 17 13 1 233 283 39

2009 opponents in bold

Team Season Records

Individual Single-Game Records

Team Single-Game Records

Goals, Season.........................................................45......... 2008 Assists, Season......................................................36......... 2000, 2008 Points, Season..................................... 126 (45-36)......... 2008 Saves, Season...................................................... 247......... 1991 GAA, Season....................................................... 0.67......... 1985 Wins, Season.............................................11 (11-5)......... 2008 Conference Wins, Season.........................6 (6-1)......... 2008 Losses, Season..........................................13 (3-13)......... 2003, 2004 Conference Losses, Season.............6 (0-6, 1-6)......... 1981, 2003, 2004 Ties, Season................................................6 (4-4-6)......... 1977

GOALS

GOALS

16 • www.CornellBigRed.com

4...................... Joanne Powell vs. Rochester, 1976. ...............................Joanne Powell vs. Wells, 1977 4..............................Cari Hills vs. Holy Cross, 1995. 4....................... Anna Starkey vs. Lafayette, 2000 4..................................Gina Testa at Rutgers, 2004

ASSISTS

4..........................Ellen Graap vs. Princeton, 1988

9.................. at Saint Francis (Pa.), 2005 9.......................................vs. Bryant, 2008

ASSISTS

9.................................vs. Princeton, 1988 9.......................................vs. Bryant, 2008

POINTS

POINTS

27.....................................vs. Bryant, 2008

9................Anna Starkey (4-1) vs. Lafayette, 2000

43..........................................vs. Yale, 1996

9.....................Joanne Powell (4-1) vs. Wells, 1977

SAVES

2009 Cornell Field Hockey


2009 Cornell Field Hockey