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WHY UMASS DARTMOUTH?

UMass Dartmouth is a vibrant public university actively engaged in personalized teaching and innovative research, and acting as an intellectual catalyst for regional and global economic, social, and cultural development. UMass Dartmouth will be the university of choice for students seeking high quality liberal arts and science programs as well as professional academic programs that build a foundation for civic responsibility, individual skills and professional success. 


»» 54 undergraduate fields of study and 38 graduate degree programs  »» Approximately 9,210 students, with about 7,500 of them being undergraduates.  »» In addition to the already low cost tuition, 85% of students receive financial aid  »» UMassD offers three different oncampus residence options, which include traditional residence halls, apartments, and townhouses with about 4,200 of students living on campus. »» Located on the South Coast of Massachusetts, between Providence, RI and Cape Cod—just one hour from Boston, and just minutes from the beach.


OUR FACILITIES »» 5 Million dollar two level univerrsity Fitness Center equippedwith brand new machinery


»» NCAA Division III insitution »» Twenty-three Men’s and Women’s intercollege athletic programs


2013-2014 ROSTER # 31 23 10 1 13 5 24 4 20 11 21 25 14 22

Name Erika Bornemann Ashley Brown Beth Castantini Jill Cullen Erin Fahey Kelsey Garrity Brianna Hochwarter Colleen Kane Meghan Keohane Cassie Liston Samantha Mangano Marisa McCabe Betsy Pearlman Megan Ronaghan

Pos. F G G/F G G/F G G G G/F G G G F F

Cl. Ht. Hometown/High School Sr 6-2 Canton, Mass. / Canton Fr 5-5 Fairhaven, Mass. / Fairhaven So 5-9 Newburyport, Mass. / Newburyport Fr 5-5 North Attleboro, Mass. / North Attleboro Jr 5-10 Salem, Mass. / St. Mary’s (Lynn) Jr 5-5 Somerville, Mass. / Somerville Fr 5-5 Attleboro, Mass. / Attleboro So 5-9 Arlington, Mass. / Arlington Jr 5-9 Mansfield, Mass. / Mansfield Sr 5-6 Stoneham, Mass. / Stoneham So 6-0 Winchester, Mass. / Winchester So 6-0 Cedar Grove, N.J. / Marist Fr 6-0 Hull, Mass. / Hull Fr 6-0 North Attleboro, Mass. / North Attleboro


31 - Erika Bornemann

13 - Erin Fahey

Height: Year: Hometown: High School: Position:

Height: Year: Hometown: High School: Position:

6-2 Senior Canton, Mass. Canton F

5-10 Junior Salem, Mass. St. Mary’s (Lynn) G/F

23 - Ashley Brown

5 - Kelsey Garrity

Height: Year: Hometown: High School: Position:

Height: Year: Hometown: High School: Position:

5-5 Freshman Fairhaven, Mass. Fairhaven G

5-5 Junior Somerville, Mass. Somerville G

10 - Beth Castantini

24 - Brianna Hochwarter

Height: Year: Hometown: High School: Position:

Height: Year: Hometown: High School: Position:

5-9 Sophomore Newburyport, Mass. Newburyport G/F

5-5 Freshman Attleboro, Mass. Attleboro G

1 - Jill Cullen

4 - Colleen Kane

Height: Year: Hometown: High School: Position:

Height: Year: Hometown: High School: Position:

5-5 Freshman North Attleboro, Mass. North Attleboro G

5-9 Sophomore Arlington, Mass. Arlington G


20 - Meghan Keohane Height: Year: Hometown: High School: Position:

5-9 Junior Mansfield, Mass. Mansfield G/F

25 - Marisa McCabe Height: Year: Hometown: High School: Position:

6-0 Sophomore Cedar Grove, N.J. Marist G

11 - Cassie Liston

14 - Betsy Pearlman

Height: Year: Hometown: High School: College: Position:

Height: Year: Hometown: High School: Position:

5-6 Senior Stoneham, Mass. Stoneham Framingham State G

6-0 Freshman Hull, Mass. Hull F

21 - Samantha Mangano

22 - Megan Ronaghan

Height: Year: Hometown: High School: Position:

Height: Year: Hometown: High School: Position:

6-0 Sophomore Winchester, Mass. Winchester G

6-0 Freshman North Attleboro, Mass. North Attleboro F


HEAD COACH: Amanda Van Voorhis

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manda Van Voorhis enters her sixth season as the Head Women’s Basketball Coach at UMass Dartmouth. Van Voorhis looks to continue molding the program into a championship contender. Following the 2011-2012 season and a 15-11 record, which was the program’s’ first winning season in 19 years, more records fell in the 2012-2013 campaign as the team posted a 20-8 mark. The 20 victories was an all-time best, and the Corsairs made their’ first-ever appearance in the Little East Championship game. Van Voorhis added to her duties in March, 2012 when she was named the Associate Director of Athletics and Senior Women’s Administrator. A former Brown University Assistant Coach and the former Head Coach at Salve Regina University, Van Voorhis took over the Corsairs prior to the 2008-09 season. In each of the last five seasons, UMass Dartmouth has advanced in the Little East Conference standings, moving from eighth to third place in regular season finishes. Erika Bornemann was named Rookie of the Year following the 2010-2011 season. Last winter, Colleen Moriarty was named LEC Player of the Year, and garnered multiple regional honors. Van Voorhis, who succeeded Mick Klitzner, was hired after a national search that was conducted when the position was made full-time. She is the first full-time Head Women’s Basketball Coach at UMass Dartmouth since Judy Sullivan completed a 16-year stint at the end of the 1992-93 season. Van Voorhis also oversees scheduling, transportation, and the assignment of officials for the Corsair athletic department. Van Voorhis joined the Corsairs after one year as an Assistant Coach at Brown. Previously, she compiled a

record of 143-51 in seven seasons as the Head Coach at Salve Regina University. Her teams at Salve won four Commonwealth Coast Conference Championships, advancing to the NCAA Division III Tournament on each occasion. Following the 2001-2002 season, Van Voorhis was named CCC Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year and was a New England Women’s Basketball Association Coach of the Year nominee. She was named Cox Media Rhode Island Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year following the 2006-2007 season. While at Salve, she led her teams to four 20 plus win seasons, six winning campaigns, and improved from a 12-13 record during her first year to a 24-5 mark in her second season. Van Voorhis holds an overall 199-127 coaching record in her 12 seasons as a Head Coach. A Massachusetts native, Van Voorhis graduated from Millis High School and played basketball while studying Physical Education at Springfield College. Following her graduation, she earned her M.S. in Athletic Administration at Springfield while beginning her career at Western New England College. She served as an Assistant Coach for two seasons at WNEC before moving on to Ithaca as an Assistant Coach for the 1999-2000 season. While she was at Ithaca, the Bombers went 21-7, were co-champions of the Empire Eight Conference, and also won the New York State Women’s Collegiate Athletic Association and the Eastern College Athletic Conference Upstate New York Championships.


ASSISTANT COACHES

Matt Ducharme

Kyshawn Ruff

STUDENT MANAGER Nadia Smith


TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2012-2013 »» Finished 2nd in the LEC despite being picked 5th in the pre-season poll. Earned the 3rd seed in the LEC Tournament »» 1st 20-win season in program history (20-8 overall record) »» Most LEC wins in program history (8-6 conference record) »» First LEC Final appearance »» First LEC Player of the Year (Colleen Moriarty) »» Colleen Moriarty garnered several prestigious post season honors: »» New England Women’s Basketball Association (NEWBA) 2nd team All-Region »» Selected to play in the NEWBA Senior All-Star game »» D3hoops.com All-New England Region honors »» 1st Team ECAC All-New England »» Signed to play with semi-pro New England Thunder of the Women’s Blue Chip Basketball League

»» The program finished with a ranking of 12th in the New England region


2012-2013 Overall Statistics (Through games of Feb 24, 2013) All games TEAM STATISTICS UMD SCORING 1863 Points per game 66.5 Scoring margin +7.0 FIELD GOALS-ATT 720-1797 Field goal pct .401 3 POINT FG-ATT 129-473 3-point FG pct .273 3-pt FG made/game 4.6 FREE THROWS-ATT 294-463 Free throw pct .635 REBOUNDS 1162 Rebounds per game 41.5 Rebounding margin -0.6 ASSISTS 401 Assists per game 14.3 TURNOVERS 411 Turnovers per game 14.7 Turnover margin +3.3 Assist/turnover ratio 1.0

OPP 1667 59.5 598-1685 .355 137-417 .329 4.9 334-503 .664 1180 42.1 314 11.2 502 17.9 0.6

TEAM STATISTICS STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game WINNING STREAK Home win streak ATTENDANCE

UMD 232 8.3 134 4.8 0 6 3300 Home games-Avg/Game 14-236 Neutral site-Avg/Game -

OPP 213 7.6 74 2.6 3499 13-224 1-582

Score by periods 1st 2nd OT Total UMass Dartmouth

851 985 27

1863

Opponents

736 914 17

1667


SCHEDULE Date Nov. 15 Nov. 16 Nov. 19 Nov. 23 Nov. 26 Dec. 1 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 10 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Feb. 1 Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 22

Opponent Elms Castleton at Worcester St. Salem St. Salve Regina at Bridgewater St. at Brandeis at Plymouth St. * Johnson & Wales (RI) Mount Ida at Western Conn. St. * at Southern Me. * Eastern Conn. St. * Keene St. * at Mass.-Boston * at Framingham St. Plymouth St. * at Rhode Island Col. * Western Conn. St. * at Curry Southern Me. * Mass.-Boston * at Eastern Conn. St. * Rhode Island Col. * at Keene St. *

Time 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:30 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:30 PM 1:00 PM 5:30 PM 1:00 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 5:30 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 5:30 PM 1:00 PM 5:30 PM 1:00 PM Home games in bold. *Conference Game All Times Eastern Standard Time


UMass Dartmouth Women's Basketball Media Guide 2013-2014