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2013 FIELD HOCKEY The Catholic University of America Department of Athletics Mission The Department of Athletics supports the academic mission of the University by providing programs and services to enable students to engage in physical activities as an integral part of the overall educational experience. Equal opportunities for male and female participation are provided at the intercollegiate, club and recreational levels. CUA is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Division III, Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC), Landmark Conference, and Old Dominion Conference (football). As a member of NCAA Division III, CUA adheres to the NCAA philosophy statement, places the highest priority on the overall quality of the educational experience and the successful completion of academic programs by student athletes, and upholds the highest standards of sportsmanship and ethical conduct.

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The Department of Athletics seeks to provide programs and leadership to enable CUA to be a model NCAA Division III institution in academic and athletic excellence. The Department of Athletics seeks to: • Attract, recruit, develop, retain, and contribute to the successful graduation of student athletes • Develop and maintain a diverse, highquality, and equitable intercollegiate program (currently in 21 sports) • Provide a safe, supportive environment that fosters integrity, respect, and dedication to the highest standards in the performance of coaches, staff, and student athletes • Enhance and sustain opportunities and experiences for the physical growth and development of all students

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TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information

Table of Contents............................................................................................................... 1 Quick Facts......................................................................................................................2-3 Season Preview.................................................................................................................. 4 2013 Schedule.................................................................................................................... 5 2012 Season Review.......................................................................................................... 6 Field Hockey off the Field................................................................................................ 7 2013 Coaches/Staff Gia Cillizza, Head Coach............................................................................................8-10 Tracy Scanlon, Assistant Coach..................................................................................... 11 Heidi Lewis, Assistant Coach........................................................................................ 11 Captains............................................................................................................................ 12 Field Hockey Team 2013 Roster....................................................................................................................... 13 2013 Headshots...........................................................................................................14-15 History and Records Coaching Records........................................................................................................... 16 Honors and Awards....................................................................................................17-19

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QUICK FACTS

General Information Name.........................................................................The Catholic University of America City/Zip.......................................................................................... Washington, DC 20064 Founded..........................................................................................................................1887 Enrollment............................................................................ 3,694 undergrad/3,144 grad Nickname.............................................................................................................. Cardinals Colors.............................................................................................Cardinal Red and Black Facility...................................................................................................... Cardinal Stadium Capacity.........................................................................................................................3,500 Affiliation.............................................................................................. NCAA Division III Conference...........................................................................................................Landmark President......................................................................................................John H. Garvey Director of Athletics....................................................................................Dr. Mike Allen Athletics Dept. Phone....................................................................................202.319.5286 Athletics Dept. Fax.........................................................................................202.319.6199 Athletics Website...........................................................................www.cuacardinals.com Sports Information Assistant A.D. for Communications...................................................... Ariel V. Germain Office Phone..................................................................................................... 202.319.5610 Fax..................................................................................................................... 202.319.6199 E-mail...................................................................................................... germaina@cua.edu Communications Assistant........................................................................................... TBA E-mail............................................................................................................................... TBA Mailing Address.................................................................. CUA Department of Athletics ..........................................................................................................Attn.: Ariel V. Germain ........................................................................................................... 620 Michigan Ave. NE ..........................................................................................................Washington, DC 20064 Coaching Staff Head Coach........................................................................................................Gia Cillizza Alma Mater/Year................................................................ Miami University (Ohio)/’98 Record at CUA (Years)......................................................................................132-80 (11) Assistant Coach.......................................................................................... Tracey Scanlon Assistant Coach ............................................................................................... Heidi Lewis WWW.CUACARDINALS.COM

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Assistant A.D. for Sports Med................................................................... Lauren Haynie Office Phone....................................................................................................202.319.6049 Field Hockey Office Office Phone....................................................................................................202.319.4744 Office Fax.........................................................................................................202.319.6199 Best Time to Contact...................................................................................... Contact SID Field Hockey History All-Time Record (43 Seasons)......................................................................... 309-313-26 2013 Team Information Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................................................................................... 18/5 Starters Returning/Lost................................................................................................ 10/1 Newcomers...........................................................................................................................6 Statistical Leaders Shots..............................................................................................................................Goals C. Harwood (116)......................................................................................... H. Wright (14) M. Campbell/H. Wright (81)...................................................................C. Harwood (12) K. Hermann (55)......................................................................M. Campbell/ T. Elliott (7) Assists...........................................................................................................................Points C. Harwood (13)........................................................................................C. Harwood (37) M. Campbell (8)........................................................................................... H. Wright (34) H. Wright (6)............................................................................................ M. Campbell (22) Saves......................................................................................................................... Save Pct. M. Comunale (110).............................................................................M. Comunale (.780)

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2013 FIELD HOCKEY 2013 Season Preview Head coach Gia Cillizza returns 18 letterwinners and adds five newcomers as the 2013 Catholic University of America field hockey team looks to seize its third consecutive Landmark Conference title and advance past the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The 2012 Landmark Co-Coaching Staff of the Year will guide the Cards through a three-month, 16-game schedule, which includes 10 home games, six away contests and six Landmark Conference matchups. Among the 18 returners are Landmark All-Conference honorees Maura Campbell, Colleen Harwood, Kim Hermann, and Hayley Wright. Campbell was also named All-Region (First Team), while Harwood was named All-Region (Second Team) and Wright was named Landmark Conference Rookie of the Year. Junior forward Harwood will be key to scoring, as she led the squad in points with 37. Harwood saw 20 starts in all 20 contests in the 2012 season, and also led the Cards in assists with 13 and 71 shots on goal. Fellow classmate midfielder/forward Kim Hermann, who started and participated in all 20 games, was consistent in all statistical categories with 14 points, six goals, two assists, and 55 shots. Campbell, a back/ midfielder, and a rising junior with 20 games of action under her cleats, was second statistically in assists with eight and shots with 81.

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2013 SEASON PREVIEW During the 2012 season, rising sophomore Wright made a profound impact, as she led the mighty red and black in game-winning goals (3) and with a team-high 14 goals on 81 shots. Several other players are expected to bolster the attack including 2012 starting sophomore forward Taylor Elliott, and sophomore Ellen Thorburn and junior Ellie Banholzer. Cillizza boasts a large midfield group featuring 2012 starters Rebecca Lukaszczyk, Katie Bertrand and Kiera McGovern, who will be joined by sophomore Tarah Portland and junior Katie Welsh. In the backfield, 2012 starters Alli Stevens, Campbell and Maddy Dennis are joined by junior Michelle Sabatini, and sophomore Megan Fiske. In goal, the lone senior, Meg Comunale started all 20 contests in 2012 recording 110 saves and four shutouts for a .780 save percentage. She is joined by sophomore Emma Warden and freshman Analisa Scott, who’s coming off a state championship senior season at Lower Dauphin High School in Hershey, Pa., midfielder/forward Maddy Brennan of Nevix Hall H.S. in Manchester, Mo., forward Sophia Sansone of St. Joseph’s H.S. in St. Louis, Mo., midfielder/ forward Morgan Druce of Havertown H.S. in Havertown, Pa., and back/midfield Mary Therese Daly of Notre Dame H.S. in Shrewsbury, Mass., that will challenge veterans for playing time.

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2013 SCHEDULE

2013 Field Hockey Schedule Date Opponent AUGUST 30 WASHINGTON COLLEGE

Location

Time

CARDINAL STADIUM

7:00 P.M.

SEPTEMBER 7 at Elizabethtown 10 GETTYSBURG 14 at Rowan

Elizabethtown, Pa. CARDINAL STADIUM Glassboro, N.J.

1:00 p.m. 4:30 P.M. 6:00 p.m.

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SALISBURY MISERICORDIA MARY WASHINGTON at Drew*

CARDINAL STADIUM CARDINAL STADIUM CARDINAL STADIUM Madison, N.J.

6:00 P.M. 1:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. 1:00 p.m.

OCTOBER 2 at Christopher Newport 5 at Moravian* 9 GOUCHER* 12 SUSQUEHANNA* 23 RANDOLPH-MACON 26 at Juniata* 29 URSINUS

Newport News, Va. Bethlehem, Pa. CARDINAL STADIUM CARDINAL STADIUM CARDINAL STADIUM Huntingdon, Pa. CARDINAL STADIUM

6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 P.M 1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 P.M.

CARDINAL STADIUM TBA TBA

1:00 P.M. TBA TBA

NOVEMBER 2 SCRANTON*@ 6 Landmark Conference Semifinals 9 Landmark Conference Championship

Home games in CAPS and BOLD *-indicates Landmark conference games @-indicates Senior Day Home games played in Cardinal Stadium

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2013 FIELD HOCKEY 12-8 Overall, 5-1 Landmark September 1 at Washington College W, 4-1 5 at Randolph-Macon W, 3-0 8 ELIZABETHTOWN W, 4-0 11 at Gettysburg W, 4-0 15 ROWAN L, 3-2 19 at Salisbury L, 4-3 (3OT) 22 MORAVIAN* W, 4-2 25 at Mary Washington L, 2-1 29 at Susquehanna* W, 3-2 30 at Misericodia W, 5-1 October 3 at Goucher* W, 10-0 7 MCDANIEL L, 1-0 13 JUNIATA* W, 4-3 17 CHRIS. NEWPORT L, 3-2 (3 OT) 20 at Scranton* L, 1-0 (OT) 23 at Ursinus L, 3-2 26 DREW* W, 4-2 November 3 SUSQUEHANNA! W, 3-0 4 DREW! W, 3-2 7 at Lynchburg& L, 4-3 (OT) * Landmark Conference Contest ! Landmark Conference Tournament & NCAA Tournament

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2012 SEASON REVIEW Cardinals Capture Second Title CUA field hockey defeated Drew for its second consecutive Landmark Conference Championship. Their 3-2 win also sent the Cards to their second consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, where they fell 4-3 in overtime to Lynchburg. Two studentathletes were named to the All-Region Teams, five student-athletes were named to the All-Conference Teams, and Hayley Wright was named Landmark Conference Rookie of the Year. CUA head coach Gia Cillizza and her staff obtained their fourth Landmark Conference Coaching Staff of the Year award since joining the conference in 2007. • Two All-Region selections: Maura Campbell (First Team) and Colleen Harwood (Second Team) • Five All-Conference selections: Maura Campbell, Colleen Harwood, Kim Hermann, Catherine Mirsky, and Hayley Wright • Hayley Wright named Landmark Conference Rookie of the Year • Head Coach Gia Cillizza and her staff named Landmark Conference Co-Coaching Staff of the Year

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CUA OFF THE FIELD CUA Field Hockey Off the Field After another great season with the Cardinals winning their second Landmark Conference title, the CUA field hockey team enjoyed a variety of community service events around Washington, D.C. The volunteer opportunities consisted of returning to the U.S. Armed Forces Retirement Home during Christmas and volunteering again in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. The team also experienced two new service opportunities by revisiting the Armed Forces Retirement Home later in the year to help its residents move into a new facility, as well as participating in CUA’s Relay for Life. “My favorite volunteer event we do is the Christmas decorating at the veterans’ home,” said sophomore Alli Stevens. “It’s fun to spread cheer and to be able to give back to our veterans.” Starting the year of service by spreading the Christmas spirit, the Cardinals ventured on every floor of the U.S. Armed Forces Retirement Home. The players decorated halls, windows, and trees with different garlands, lights and ornaments. Along with making it a fun and festive event, the team didn’t cease to lose its competitiveness as they worked to win the best decorated floor. Later that winter, the Cardinals joined the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces Retirement Home again to pack up many residents’ rooms and help the veterans get ready for a big move into a brand new facility on the campus. During this service opportunity, players got the privilege of visiting with more of the veterans and listening to their stories.

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2013 FIELD HOCKEY On January 19, the team joined more than 115,000 people across D.C. in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. Among the various types of services such as putting together care packages for the troops or cleaning up local roadways, the team was stationed at a local elementary school to make the school more welcoming for the kids. Sophomore Maura Campbell explains, “We were able to give back to the community, but we were also able to bond as a team in a unique way that ultimately strengthened our team chemistry.” The Cardinals were split into two different groups: one group painted at least two canvas paintings each, filling in various university names and mascots to decorate the hallways. The other group joined many other volunteers in painting and fixing up classrooms. While having the opportunity to have fun with each other, the team was also able to create a better learning community for the kids. Stepping into the spring season, the team joined forces with hundreds of other Catholic University students on March 22 to participate in the CUA Relay for Life. The team set up two fundraising activities. Participants could use their tickets to make a bracelet (stringing a bead for each lap completed) or have their nails painted. “This event really brought the whole CUA community together, and to have our team be able to participate and fundraise for this event was so special,” said junior Megan Comunale. Through all of these incredible and enriching volunteer efforts, the Cardinals were able to serve the Washington D.C. community while having fun and continuing to grow as a team.

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GIA CILLIZZA

gia Cillizza head coach She has previously won coach of the year accolades in the Landmark in 2007, 2008 and 2011. She was named coach of the year in the Capitol Athletic Conference in 2006.

Over the last three years, Gia Fenoglio Cillizza has led Catholic University’s field hockey program to a 42-12 record, its most successful run in its 43-year history. The 2012 season marked Cillizza’s 11th year as head coach at CUA. She became the winningest coach in program history in 2006, and holds a .623 winning percentage, the highest in program history. Cillizza’s squad has been ranked in the top 10 nationally for the last two seasons. In 2012, the Cardinals won their second straight Landmark Conference regular season and conference championship. CUA advanced to the NCAA tournament for the second time in program history and the second time in as many seasons. Five Cardinals received All-Landmark recognition, including Rookie of the Year Hayley Wright. Cillizza and her staff were also recognized as the Co-Coaching Staff of the Year.

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In the two previous seasons, CUA won a combined 34 games and the 2010 ECAC championship. The 2011 team also earned its first-ever win over a team ranked No. 1 nationally and first-ever top-ten ranking. Off the field, Cillizza’s team continued to excel with its academics, as the Cardinals received another Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA Division III National Academic Team award and 11 student-athletes were named to the SGI/NFHCA National Academic Squad. During Cillizza’s time on the sidelines, she has coached seven of the program’s eight All-Americans as well as 21 All-Region selections, 55 All-Conference selections, four Conference Rookies of the Year, two Conference Defensive Players of the Year, two Conference Players of the Year and nine NFHCA All-Star Game participants. She has also coached several CUA Athletics Department award winners including Mary Swarthout, Andrea Baick, Ro Dixon and Erin Swift (Donley

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GIA CILLIZZA Cup); Tracey Scanlon, Michele Repass, Jayme Dinsmore and Stephanie Roselle (Outstanding Senior Athlete) and Carley Walko, Kelly Burke and Kathleen Langan (Jone Dowd Role Model) as well as Megan Payne, who received the President’s Medal in 2007. Cillizza’s tenure includes five regular season titles (2006-08, 2011, 2012), seven conference championship games (2005-08, 2010-12), six ECAC post-season tournament appearances (champion in 2010, runner up

in 2008, semifinalist in 2005, 2006, 2009), and two NCAA Tournaments (2011, 2012). The team has also taken down several nationally ranked teams including No. 1 Salisbury in 2011, No. 8 Rowan in 2010, No. 4 Salisbury on the road in 2006, No. 15 Juniata in 2007, and No. 15 William Patterson in 2008, and earned ratings in the top 30 nationally from 2005-12, with its top poll ranking of No. 7 coming in 2012. Cillizza began her career as head coach in 2002 after serving for three years as an

CUA All-Time Coaching Records

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Coach Gia Fenoglio Cillizza Mary Milne Eileen Ugast Hudson Lisa Thompson Dave Foley Jessica Wilk Joyce Woody Amy Patton Marie Wiles Beth Burr Claire Williamson Jeanne Decker Barbara Stroud

Years 2002-Present (11) 1984-88 (5) 1992-96 (5) 1999-2001 (3) 1997-98 (2) 1990-91 (2) 1979-82 (4) 1989 (1) 1978 (1) 1983 (1) 1971 (1) 1976 (1) 1972 (1)

Record 132-80-0 42-39-3 32-50-0 31-26-0 22-17-0 16-14-2 16-33-3 6-7-2 5-4-3 2-9-2 1-5-0 0-9-5 0-10-0

Pct. .623 .518 .390 .543 .564 .531 .337 .467 .542 .231 .167 .000 .000

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2013 FIELD HOCKEY assistant at CUA under college teammate Lisa DeStefano Thompson. In 2004 after a two-year stint as a part-time head coach, Cillizza left her career in publishing where she was an assistant production editor, reporter, and marketing manager for National Journal Group (now Atlantic Media) to follow her passion -- full-time coaching. Cillizza has coached at U.S. Field Hockey’s National Futures Championship, served as a site director, selector and coach in the U.S. Field Hockey Futures development program, directed Revolution Field Hockey camp at CUA, and coached camps with the University of Maryland, Nike, Gateway Field Hockey, Cecil County Field Hockey and Archbishop Spalding High School. She has also served on various National Field Hockey Coaches Association, NCAA and conference committees. From 2006-10 Cillizza served as associate athletic director and senior woman administrator at CUA. In this role she oversaw seven varsity programs, directed the department’s major events and programs, mentored coaches and handled special

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GIA CILLIZZA projects and committees. She has completed coursework toward a master’s degree in psychology at CUA. Cillizza is a 1998 graduate of Division I Miami University in Ohio where she was a four-year letter winner and three-year starter at midfield and defense. She was elected cocaptain of her team in her junior and senior years. Cillizza earned a bachelor’s degree in English literature and journalism and was a reporter and editor for the university’s newspaper. A St. Louis, Mo., native, Cillizza was cocaptain of the Visitation Academy 1993 Midwest Championship team, which finished an unblemished 21-0, and was named first team all-conference her junior and senior years. During high school she participated in the U.S. Futures program and played on all-star teams at the National Field Hockey Festival. Her background includes high school and club softball and soccer as well as musical theater and dance. Cillizza, her husband, Chris, and two sons live in Falls Church, Va.

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ASSISTANT COACHES

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Tracey Scanlon Assistant Coach Former CUA All-American Tracey Scanlon is in her second season as an assistant coach for the Cardinals, where she assists with all aspects of the program and was part of the 2012 Landmark Co-Coaching Staff of the Year. In 2011, Scanlon became the first First Team All-American in CUA field hockey history, helping to lead the Cardinals to their first conference championship and NCAA Tournament appearance. A two-sport standout during her undergrad days, Scanlon excelled on the field hockey and softball fields for the Cardinals. Scanlon was a three-time first team All-Conference selection in field hockey, and earned Landmark Conference Player of the Year honors in 2011. She was also a two-time All-Region honoree and was selected to the 2011 NFHCA Senior All-Star Game. On the softball field, Scanlon made a pair of All-Conference Teams, and finished her career with 102 hits, 79 runs scored and 41 RBIs. In the classroom, Scanlon earned Dean’s List, Landmark Conference Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA National Academic Squad honors in multiple years. She was voted the winner of the Distinguished Marketing Award, which is awarded to the most outstanding marketing student at CUA, and was a member of Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society. In addition, Scanlon received Academic All-American and All-District honors during the 2011-12 academic year, and she was named CUA’s Senior Female Athlete of the Year.

Heidi Lewis Assistant Coach This is Heidi (Hershberger) Lewis’ first season with the Cardinals. Lewis graduated magna cum laude from American University’s honors program with a degree in international studies in 2006. Athletically, she was a four-year starter with the Eagles, earning numerous accolades including: Patriot League nominee for NCAA Woman of the Year in 2006, ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America First Team in 2006, Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2006, and three NFHCA Academic All-American honors from 2003-06. In 2012, she was a volunteer coach at American, where she assisted in running practices, game analysis, scouting, and working closely with the team’s goalkeeping coach, forwards and midfielders. Prior to that, Lewis served as the head coach of American’s club team for five years, taking the program to the National Field Hockey League Championship Tournament in 2009 and 2010. She has worked as a head and assistant coach with Freedom Hockey Club in Maryland and has been heavily involved with U.S. Field Hockey’s Futures Development Program. Lewis remains an active member of the DC Dragons club team. Lewis will work primarily with the team’s goalkeepers but will also assist in all aspects of the program. She and her husband, Bryan, reside in Kensington, Md.

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2013 CAPTAINS

Maura Campbell Captain

Megan Comunale Captain

Alli Stevens Captain

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2013 ROSTER

Numerical Roster No. 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 23 25 26

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Name Megan Comunale Analisa Scott Emma Warden Ellie Banholzer Katie Bertrand Maddy Brennan Allison Stevens Maura Campbell Sophia Sansone Kim Hermann Taylor Elliott Colleen Harwood Katie Welsh Morgan Druce Ellen Thorburn Rebecca Lukaszczyk Hayley Wright Michelle Sabatini Madalyn Dennis Kiera McGovern Tarah Portland Megan Fiske Mary Therese Daly

Pos. Ht. GK 5-8 GK 5-6 GK 5-4 F 5-2 B/F 5-3 M/F 5-6 B 5-9 B/M 5-4 F 5-4 M/F 5-5 F/M 5-3 F/M 5-8 M/B 5-8 M/F 5-4 F/M 5-2 M/F 5-4 F 5-2 B 5-10 B/M 5-7 M 5-3 M/B 5-3 B 5-4 B/M 5-5

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

Hometown Hammonton, N.J. Hershey, Pa. Woodstock, Md. Hartland, Wisc. Germantown, Md. Manchester, Mo. Chambersburg, Pa. Media, Pa. St. Louis, Pa. Havertown, Pa. Delmar, Del. Rockville, Md. Haddonfield, N.J. Haverford, Pa. Haverford, Pa. Center Valley, Pa. St. Louis, Mo. Haddonfield, N.J. Reading, Pa. Churchville, Pa. Fredericksburg, Va. Port Jefferson, N.Y. Shrewsbury, Mass.

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Megan Comunale Sr. • 5-8 • GK

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Katie Bertrand Jr. • 5-3 • M

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Sophia Sansone Fr. • 5-4 • F

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Analisa Scott Fr. • 5-6 • GK

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Maddy Brennnan Fr. • 5-6 • M/F

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Kim Hermann Jr. • 5-5 • M/F

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Emma Warden So. • 5-4 • GK

Ellie Banholzer Jr.. • 5-2 • F

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Allison Stevens Jr. • 5-9 • B

Maura Campbell Jr. • 5-4 • B/M

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Taylor Elliott Jr. • 5-3 • F/M

Colleen Harwood Jr. • 5-8 • F/M

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Katie Wash Jr. • 5-8 • M/B

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Hayley Wright So. • 5-2 • F

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Morgan Druce Fr. • 5-4 • F/M

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Michelle Sabatini Jr. • 5-10 • B

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Tarah Portland So. • 5-3 • M/B

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Ellen Thorburn So. • 5-2 • F/M

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Madalyn Dennis So. • 5-7 • B/M

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Megan Fiske So. • 5-4 • B

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Rebecca Lukaszczyk Jr. • 5-4 • M/F

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Kiera McGovern So. • 5-3 • M

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Mary Therese Daly Fr. • 5-5 • B/M

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2013 FIELD HOCKEY Year Head Coach Record 1969 First Intercollegiate Season 1970 No Coach 1-2-3 1971 Claire Williamson 1-5-0 1972 Barbara Stroud 0-10-0 1973 Unknown 0-5-1 1974 Records Incomplete 1975 Unknown 3-3-2 1976 Jeanne Decker 0-9-5 1977 Records Incomplete 1978 Marie Wiles 5-4-3 1979 Joyce Woody 6-6-1 1980 Joyce Woody 7-6-1 1981 Joyce Woody 3-10-0 1982 Joyce Woody 0-12-1 1983 Beth Burr 2-9-2 1984 Mary Milne 4-12-0 1985 Mary Milne 8-7-1 1986 Mary Milne 12-5-0 1987 Mary Milne 9-9-1 1988 Mary Milne 9-6-1 1989 Amy Patton 6-7-2 1990 Jessica Wilk 7-7-0 1991 Jessica Wilk 9-7-2 1992 Eileen Ugast Hudson 4-10-0 1993 Eileen Ugast Hudson 4-9-0 1994 Eileen Ugast Hudson 10-8-0 1995 Eileen Ugast Hudson 9-10-0 1996 Eileen Ugast Hudson 5-13-0 1997 Dave Foley 9-9-0 1998 Dave Foley 13-8-0 1999 Lisa DeStefano 10-9-0 2000 Lisa Thompson 5-13-0 2001 Lisa Thompson 16-4-0 2002 Gia Fenoglio 6-11-0 2003 Gia Fenoglio Cillizza 9-7-0 2004 Gia Fenoglio Cillizza 10-9-0 2005 Gia Fenoglio Cillizza 11-7-0 2006 Gia Fenoglio Cillizza 13-8-0 2007 Gia Fenoglio Cillizza 11-9-0 2008 Gia Fenoglio Cillizza 14-8-0 2009 Gia Fenoglio Cillizza 12-7-0 2010 Gia Fenoglio Cillizza 17-4-0 2011 Gia Fenoglio Cillizza 17-2-0 2012 Gia Fenoglio Cillizza 12-8-0 TOTAL 43 seasons 309-319-26

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HISTORY AND RECORDS Pct. .417 .167 .000 .083 .500 .179 .542 .542 .538 .231 .038 .231 .250 .531 .706 .500 .594 .467 .500 .556 .286 .307 .556 .474 .278 .500 .619 .526 .278 .800 .353 .563 .526 .611 .619 .550 .636 .632 .809 .895 .600 .477

Gia Fenoglio Cillizza is CUA’s all-time winningest coach with 132 wins and a .623 win percentage

2008 All-American Rosemary Dixon

2010 All-American Liz Grumbein

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HISTORY AND RECORDS All-American

Tracey Scanlon, First Team, 2011 Mary Swarthout, Third Team, 2011 Liz Grumbein, Second Team, 2010 Rosemary Dixon, Third Team, 2008 Jayme Dinsmore, Third Team, 2006 Jamie Punyko, Third Team, 2005 Stephanie Roselle, Third Team, 2003 Andrea Snyder, Third Team, 2001

NFHCA Senior All-Star Game

Tracey Scanlon, 2011 Mary Swarthout, 2011 Liz Grumbein, 2010 Marian Cassilly, 2009 Ro Dixon, 2008 Michele Repass, 2007 Jayme Dinsmore, 2006 Jamie Punyko, 2005 Aileen Gambescia, 2001 Alison Camardo, 1995

2013 FIELD HOCKEY Outstanding Female Student-Athlete of the Year

Tracey Scanlon, 2012 Michele Repass, 2008 * Jayme Dinsmore, 2007* Stephanie Roselle, 2004* Andrea Snyder, 2002* Senior Female Athlete of the Year Award prior to 2010

Jone Dowd Student-Athlete Role Model Award

Carley Walko, 2010 Kelly Burke, 2009 Kathleen Langan, 2005

CUA Department Awards Sr. Rosemary Donley Cup

Mary Swarthout, 2012 Andrea Baick, 2011 Ro Dixon, 2009 Erin Swift, 2005 Allison Cammardo, 1996 Jennifer Keegan, 1993 Bethanne Walinskas, 1992 Chrisi Papa, 1990 Jennifer Pasquantonio, 1987 Cheryl Herberich, 1984* Christine Nuzzolilo, 1982* Patricia Duffin, 1980* *Called the Metropolitan Intercollegiate Sports Association for Women Award prior to 1987

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2011 All-American Tracey Scanlon - she is the first First Team AA in CUA history

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2013 FIELD HOCKEY Catholic University Awards President’s Medal Megan Payne, 2007 All-Region 2012 Maura Campbell, First Team Colleen Harwood, Second Team 2011 Maura Campbell, Second Team Colleen Harwood, Second Team Kim Hermann, Second Team Tracey Scanlon, First Team Mary Swarthout, First Team 2010 Liz Grumbein, First Team Tracey Scanlon, Second Team Mary Swarthout, Second Team 2009 Liz Grumbein, Second Team 2008 Marian Cassilly, Second Team Ro Dixon, First Team 2007 Michele Repass, First Team 2006 Marian Cassilly, Second Team Jayme Dinsmore, First Team Michele Repass, First Team 2005 Jamie Punyko, First Team 2004 Jamie Punyko, First Team

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HISTORY AND RECORDS 2003 Sondra Pires, Second Team Stephanie Roselle, First Team 2001 Sondra Pires, Second Team Stephanie Roselle, Second Team Andrea Snyder, Second Team 1999 Stephanie Roselle, Second Team Andrea Snyder, Second Team 1998 Andrea Snyder, Second Team 1997 Christi Dillon, Second Team Sarah Solari, First Team 1996 Sarah Solari, Second Team 1995 Alison Camardo, Second Team 1994 Alison Camardo, Second Team 1992 Jenn Keegan 1989 Colleen Corace Chrisi Papa 1987 Michele Wentling 1986 Denise Fregede, honorable mention Michele Wentling

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HISTORY AND RECORDS 2012 Landmark Maura Campbell............................First Team Colleen Harwood..........................First Team Kim Hermann................................First Team Catherine Mirsky......................Second Team Hayley Wright.................................................. .................. Second Team/Rookie of the Year Gia Cillizza & Staff (Scanlon, Grater, and Closson......... Co-Coaching Staff of the Year 2011 - Landmark Maura Campbell............................First Team Megan Comunale..........................First Team Colleen Harwood....First Team/Rookie of the Year Kim Hermann................................First Team Catherine Mirsky...........................First Team Tracey Scanlon.....First Team/Player of the Year Mary Swarthout.............................First Team Erin Thomas..............................Second Team Gia Cillizza & Staff (Palchinsky, Brant and Grater)..................Coaching Staff of the Year 2010 - Landmark Emma Dixon.............................Second Team Liz Grumbein.........First Team/Player of the Year Catherine Mirsky......................Second Team Kendall Petschauer...................Second Team Tracey Scanlon...............................First Team Mary Swarthout.............................First Team 2009 – Landmark Brynn Becker............................Second Team Marian Cassilly..............................First Team Meredith Chandler........................First Team Liz Grumbein.................................First Team Kendall Petschauer........................First Team 2008 – Landmark Andrea Baick..................................First Team Marian Cassilly..............................First Team Ro Dixon..........First Team/Defensive Player of the Year Tracey Scanlon...............................First Team Carley Walko.............................Second Team

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2013 FIELD HOCKEY Gia Cillizza & Staff (Palchinsky, Pires, and Durbin)................Coaching Staff of the Year 2007 – Landmark Andrea Baick.................................................... First Team/Co-Defensive Player of the Year Marian Cassilly..............................First Team Ro Dixon.........................................First Team Michele Repass..............................First Team Gia Cillizza & Staff (Palchinsky, Pires and Durbin)................Coaching Staff of the Year 2006 - CAC Maureen Brady.........................Second Team Marian Cassilly........First Team/Rookie of the Year Jayme Dinsmore............................First Team Rosemary Dixon.......................Second Team Megan Payne..................................First Team Michele Repass..............................First Team Eileen Wixted............................Second Team Gia Cillizza........................ Coach of the Year 2005 - CAC Jamie Punyko.................................First Team Kathleen Langan............................First Team Kyle Keating..............................Second Team Michele Repass.........................Second Team Maureen Brady.........................Second Team 2004 - CAC Christy Engstrom.....................Second Team Kathleen Langan.......................Second Team Jamie Punyko.................................First Team Michele Repass..........Second Team/Rookie of the Year Erin Swift...................................Second Team 2003 - CAC Tricia Hines...............................Second Team Sondra Pires..............................Second Team Stephanie Roselle...........................First Team 2002 - CAC Rebecca Clark...........................Second Team

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2013 FIELD HOCKEY Tricia Hines...............................Second Team 2001 - CAC Tricia Hines...............................Second Team Sondra Pires...................................First Team Stephanie Roselle......................Second Team Andrea Snyder...............................First Team 2000 - CAC Tricia Hines...............................Second Team Sondra Pires..............................Second Team Stephanie Roselle......................Second Team Andrea Snyder...............................First Team

HISTORY AND RECORDS 1992 - CAC Jenn Keegan....................................First Team Chris Kennedy..........................Second Team Susan Romeny................................First Team Paula Settani..............................Second Team 1991 - CAC Michelle Galanti............................First Team Jennifer Keegan..............................First Team Linda Setneska...............................First Team Beth Walinskas...............................First Team

1999 - CAC Courtney Halter........................Second Team Stephanie Roselle......................Second Team Andrea Snyder...............................First Team 1998 - CAC Beth Brennan............................Second Team Andrea Snyder..........................Second Team

Jamie Punyko

Marian Cassilly

1997 - CAC Jennifer McCormac..................Second Team Sarah Solari....................................First Team 1996 - CAC Jennifer McCormac..................Second Team Sarah Solari....................................First Team 1995 - CAC Alison Camardo.............................First Team Alissa Clancey...........................Second Team 1994 - CAC Alison Camardo.............................First Team Jenny Guacena..........................Second Team Sarah Solari...............................Second Team

Michele Repass

Andrea Baick

Erin Swift

Carley Walko

1993 - CAC Paula Settani...................................First Team Jenny Guacena..........................Second Team Chris Kennedy..........................Second Team

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2013 FIELD HOCKEY Raymond A. DuFour Center: The DuFour Center serves as the hub of athletic activity on campus. The red brick, 144,000-squarefoot building opened in 1985 and is used for athletic and recreational activities, including varsity sports, intramurals, dance and fitness. Located across Taylor Street from the main campus, the facility includes a 2,000-seat main arena home to CUA’s basketball and volleyball teams; six-lane, 40-yard natatorium; weight room; athletic training room; two fully equipped locker rooms with saunas; two batting cages; three raquetball/handball courts; indoor track; meeting rooms; CUA Athletics Hall of Fame room; dance studio; and offices for athletic department personnel. The building also features a multisport backcourt, which is used for volleyball tournaments, intramurals and varsity practices when inclement weather prevents outside sessions.

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Cardinal Stadium: Cardinal Stadium was converted from a natural grass stadium to a stateof-the-art synthetic FieldTurf surface in 2006. The complex, which seats 3,500, includes a six-lane track resurfaced at the same time, bleachers, press box and scoreboard. The stadium is home to the Cardinal football, field hockey, lacrosse and track and field teams. In the summer of 2007 the department installed a new Daktronics scoreboard to improve the fan experience. The stadium has also played host to numerous outside events including high school championships, CUA summer camps and the Special Olympics D.C. Summer Games. Dan Hanley Weight Room: The Cardinal weight room was renovated in 2004 and its machines are constantly being improved. The facility serves all varsity squads as well as the campus population. It features free weights as well as power-lifting stations. The department has a full-time strength coach to assist with and develop workouts.

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