2013 Womenâ€™s Guide
UNDERSTANDING THE GAME OF Water Polo can be a confusing game for spectators. The whistle is constantly blowing and the play never stops, even when someone is ejected for a penalty. In addition, there are many misconceptions about the game, including how the players keep their horses swimming. Well hang in there, because the following information should help to make the picture much clearer.
1. Each team has six field players and a goalie. 2. Field players can only use one hand to touch the ball, goalies two. 3. Games consist of 7-minute quarters for club divisions, 8-minute quarters for varsity divisions. 4. The object of the game is to score by placing the ball completely in the goal. Players may move the ball by swimming or passing. 5. Teams may substitute after a goal is scored, during a time-out or during the play from the ejection area. 6. Each team receives three time-outs and one 20-second time-out per game. 7. Shots blocked out of bounds by defensive players result in the defensive team receiving possession. If a defender uses two hands to block a shot, the offensive team receives a penalty shot. 2013 Women’s Guide Table of Contents About the CWPA..................................................................Pages 2-3 CWPA Timeline......................................................................... Page 4 Competitive Format..............................................................Pages 6-7 Women’s Championship Results.......................................Pages 9-11 Women’s Varsity Team Profiles.......................................Pages 13-16 Women’s Club Team Profiles..........................................Pages 18-28 Women’s Varsity Rosters..................................................Pages 30-32 Women’s Club Rosters ....................................................Pages 34-43
WATER POLO Fouls
When an infraction of the rules occurs, the referee will point in the direction of the team taking possession, while blowing his whistle. The ball is put back into play with an action called a free throw. This means the player gets three seconds of free time to throw the ball to another teammate or swim it up the pool. A player cannot shoot a free throw unless outside the five-meter line. If the ball is not put into play within three seconds, the other team takes possession. Fouls can be ordinary or major. Ordinary fouls are best understood as minor fouls. For example, a defender may reach over an opponent’s back to get at the ball while facing away from the goal. The penalty for an ordinary foul is a free throw for the opposing team. Major fouls are more severe and are penalized accordingly. For example, when a defender fouls an opponent too aggressively, or from behind when the opponent is facing the goal, the defender is ejected for 20 seconds (players may reenter the game if their team recovers the ball before the ejection time is up, or if the opposing team scores). When the foul occurs within five meters of the goal and the referee believes the player had a high chance of scoring, the opposition shoots a penalty shot. Major fouls can also occur through disrespect to the referee or when a player interferes with an opponent’s free throw. Players may only receive three major fouls before elimination. If all of this has you totally confused, just sit back and enjoy the game. The easiest way to follow the play is by watching the scoreboard. If your team is ahead at the end, great! If not, well consider that you have expanded your horizons. When the game is over, you can at least explain to your friends that the horses never get wet.
history of the
COLLEGIATE WATER POLO ASSOCIATION
The Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and is comprised of collegiate institutions. The purpose of the Association is to serve its membership through a variety of ways, including the coordination of a competitive schedule. As a non-profit 501 (c)-3 organization, it is also a charitable entity, capable of receiving donations that are tax deductible. All gifts may be sent to the office, with an acknowledgment returned to you for your tax records. The Collegiate Water Polo Association provides a number of benefits to its membership including:
Conference web site Desk official training and support Championship tournament management Hall of Fame Banquet Hotel reservations for teams and officials Job placement service Online education Referee assignments Referee training program Scheduling Streaming kits
Five free balls for all host sites One free ball for every team Score sheets for tournament hosts Laminated scoring guide for tournament hosts NCAA Rules Book and Fox 40 whistle for every team Complimentary program for every club athlete and coach
Awards for top two teams in each division Awards for top coaches in each division All-Tournament and MVP awards at championship events Certificates for Scholar-Athletes All-Conference awards for best 14 players per division All-America awards for collegiate club teams
For more information about the Association or its activities, contact the office at: Collegiate Water Polo Association 320 West 5th Street Bridgeport, PA 19405 (610) 277-6787 (610) 277-7382 fax firstname.lastname@example.org Check out our web page at: www.collegiatewaterpolo.org
In addition to the NCAA and NAIA there are conferences Commissioner.....................................................Daniel Sharadin that operate for the purpose of arranging competition for Email...........................email@example.com their member institutions. Some conferences, like the Big East, Mountain West or Atlantic Coast Conferences, handle several Director of Communications........................................Ed Haas sports, while others like the CWPA handle a single sport. With Email............................................firstname.lastname@example.org respect to water polo, all collegiate clubs that are eligible for the National Collegiate Club Championship are members of Director of Membership Services.....................Scott Hartkorn the CWPA. To understand the difference between the league Email..............................email@example.com and the NCAA or NAIA, think of the conference on a smaller scale performing similar functions for its member institutions. Director of Multimedia..........................................Alex Lourido The conference works with the national governing bodies Email..........................................firstname.lastname@example.org (NCAA and NAIA) to help provide competitive opportunities and services, yet remains an independent organization with its Coordinator of Officials.................................................Ed Reed own governing system and budget. Email......................................email@example.com Non-scholastic organizations include all other entities that provide the opportunity for people to be involved in the sport CWPA Sportsmanship Statement The CWPA and the NCAA promote good sportsmanship outside of an educational institution. These include YMCAs, by student-athletes, coaches and spectators. We request your Boys & Girls Clubs, parks & recreation programs, privately cooperation by supporting the participants and officials in organized clubs, township/city programs and independent a positive manner. Profanity, racial or sexist comments, or organizations like American Water Polo. United States Water other intimidating actions directed at the officials, student- Polo fits under this category as well, serving as the National athletes, coaches, event personnel or team representatives will Governing Body for the sport. They are also responsible for not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the site of supporting and training Olympic teams for men and women. competition. Also, consumption or possession of alcoholic For more information about any specific organization, contact beverages and tobacco products is prohibited. the CWPA office at 610-277-6787.
There are many organizations affiliated with the sport of water polo and the landscape can be somewhat confusing when trying to sort out which entity offers what services. To make matters a little easier to understand, the organizations can be divided into two basic groups: scholastic and non scholastic. The scholastic organizations are those that have some affiliation with the educational system. These include college, high school, junior college and middle school teams, as well as their respective administrative bodies that offer competitive leagues and support. In this category you would find state sanctioning organizations, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and all the collegiate conferences recognized by the NCAA or NAIA. Each individual organization operates independently with its own governing structure.
History of the CWPA
The Collegiate Water Polo Association originally began as the Mid Atlantic Conference, founded by Dick Russell (Bucknell University swimming & water polo coach) in the 1970â€™s. Its founding membership included teams from Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York. The management and oversight of the organization relied on volunteer coaches until 1990, when a commissioner was hired to perform basic scheduling for the 15-member teams in the league. Officiating assignments were performed at the time by an independent organization called the Eastern Water Polo Referees Association (EWPRA).
The next major milepost occurred in 1993, when the Southern and New England Conferences merged into the Mid-Atlantic. The NCAA and the NAIA are two organizations that serve The new structure combined all of the varsity teams in the a unique position. They each provide a supervisory role for East, along with the few sport clubs in existence at that time. their member schools. The colleges and universities that are members of each respective organization choose to establish During the 1995 season, the organization experienced a strike and follow a set of guidelines that govern competition. Spe- by its officiating corps. This strike ultimately resulted in the cifically, these guidelines include eligibility, academic progress organization establishing its own officiating bureau, assuming for their student-athletes, competitive rules, championship responsibility for all of its officiating assignments. The CWPA guidelines, recruiting and financial aid. hired Tere Ma as its inaugural Director of Officials and Loren Bertocci as its first Technical Director. Schools that become members of one of these organizations agree to abide by the rules and principles established within Few changes were made to this structure until 2006, when the the organization. The NCAA and NAIA provide oversight conference established a Technical Committee. One of these for the varsity teams on campus, not the collegiate clubs. members, Ed Reed, initiated the CWPAâ€™s first online education program in 2007 for referees using video clips.
Over the past years, the Collegiate Water Polo Association has undergone dramatic changes: 1970’s
The Mid Atlantic Conference is founded by Dick Russell.
The conference hires a commissioner to manage the league administration.
The New England and Southern Conferences merge into the Mid-Atlantic. The conference changes its name to the Eastern Water Polo Association. Thirty-nine club and varsity teams participate in the new structure.
The Association adds women’s teams to its membership, totaling 55 teams.
The conference ends its relationship with the Eastern Water Polo Referees Association and establishes its own officiating bureau. Tere Ma hired as the inaugural Director of Officials and Loren Bertocci hired as the first Technical Director. Men’s Midwest Division is added. Club championships are separated by division. Membership increases to 82 teams.
Women’s Midwest and Men’s Southwest Divisions are added. The Eastern Water Polo Association changes its name to the Collegiate Water Polo Association to reflect the geographic representation of its membership. Membership rises to 95 teams.
Women’s Southwest Division is added. Women’s Northern Division splits into New York and New England Divisions. Great Lakes Division is added. Men’s New England Division splits to North Atlantic and New England Divisions. Membership reaches 110 teams.
Men’s and Women’s Northwest Divisions added. Men’s Pacific Coast Division added. Membership includes 40 women’s teams and 97 men’s teams, totaling 137.
Women’s Pacific Coast Division and Men’s Great Plains Division added. Women’s Midwest Division reinstated. Men’s Great Lakes Division changes name to Heartland Division. Membership increases to 52 women’s teams and 107 men’s teams totaling 159.
Men’s Southeast and Atlantic Divisions added. Membership increases to 54 women’s teams and 121 men’s teams totaling 175.
Women’s varsity and club programs separate competitively. Women’s varsity teams form Northern and Southern Divisions. Women’s Southeast Division added. Men’s and Women’s Texas Divisions added Membership increases to 122 men’s teams and 80 women’s teams totaling 202.
Men’s Florida and Great Lakes Divisions added. Men’s Midwest Division renamed the Ohio Valley Division. Membership increases to 124 men’s teams and 91 women’s teams totaling 215.
Men’s New England and North Atlantic Divisions realigned. Men’s Division II Eastern Championship established. League office moves to Bridgeport, Pennsylvania after 13 years in Norristown, Pennsylvania.
Membership steadies at 120 men’s and 95 women’s teams, totaling 215 teams.
Women’s varsity teams realign to form Northeastern, Northern, Southern and Western Divisions. Men’s Florida Division teams merge into Southeast Division. Men’s Great Plains Division splits forming Great Plains and Missouri Valley Divisions. Membership grows to 126 men’s teams and 98 women’s teams totaling 224.
Six women’s varsity teams amicably leave to join the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) and receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Championship. Remaining teams realign to form Northern, Western and Southern Divisions. CWPA agrees to act as the Officiating Bureau and assigning agent for the MAAC. Women’s Northeastern Division merges into the Northern Division. Women’s Atlantic and North Atlantic Divisions added. Women’s National Collegiate Club Championship expands to 16 teams. Membership grows to 131 men’s and 99 women’s teams, totaling 230 teams.
Women’s Atlantic Division merges with Mid-Atlantic Division. Men’s Ohio Valley Division members join Great Lakes and Missouri Valley Divisions. CWPA varsity teams create a Technical Committee to lead the education, evaluation, and assignment of referees. Officiating Bureau uses online video for the first time in the education process for referees. Membership grows to 138 men’s and 96 women’s teams, totaling 234 teams.
Pacific Coast Women’s Division splits forming Sierra Pacific Division. Women’s Great Lakes Division splits forming Ohio Valley Division. Men’s Southwest Division splits forming Rocky Mountain Division. Men’s Southeast Division splits to re-establish the Florida Division. CWPA initiates online education program for referees. Membership grows to 141 men’s and 101 women’s teams, totaling 242 teams.
Women’s Ohio Valley Division merges into Midwest Division. Membership grows to 143 men’s and 100 women’s teams, totaling 243 teams.
Membership grows to 277 teams, including 160 men’s and 117 women’s programs.
Women’s Southwest Division splits forming Rocky Mountain Division. Men’s Southwest Division merges into Rocky Mountain Division. Men’s Sierra Pacific Division formed with teams from the Pacific Coast Division Membership grows to 282 teams, including 156 men’s and 126 women’s programs
Multimedia position established Membership steadies at 280 teams, including 159 men’s and 121 women’s programs
Big Ten Division club teams join the CWPA. CWPA Women’s Division III Varsity Championship created New Team Leader orientation program established. CWPA begins streaming championship games on-line. Membership grows to 259 teams, including 161 men’s and 98 women’s programs.
COMPETITIVE FORMAT The Collegiate Water Polo Association is divided into two classes, varsity and sport club. Each class of membership is then divided into divisions based on geography.
Division I & II Varsity Class
Teams play a single round robin schedule within each division followed by respective Division Championships in which all teams attend. Teams are seeded according to their won/loss records from the regular season. All teams move on to the CWPA Eastern Championship, with the first place team at the Eastern Championship qualifying for the NCAA National Championship.
Division III Varsity Class
Teams are divided into two regions. Each team plays a double round robin format over the course of two weekends. All teams attend the championship with seeding based on the won/loss records during the regular season.
Sport Club Class
Teams are divided into divisions based on geography. The top team from each division championship qualifies for the National Collegiate Club Championship.
Big Ten Division
Teams play a single round robin schedule over two weekends with additional seeding games drawn at random. All teams attend the championship tournament, with seeding based on the regular season won/loss records.
Each team plays an eight-game schedule during the regular season with opponents drawn at random. The top eight teams based on the regular season won/loss records will be placed in one bracket and the bottom four teams in a consolation bracket.
Each team plays round robin within their region, in addition to a crossover tournament where they will play four opponents from the opposite region. All teams attend the championship tournament, with seeding at the championship determined by won/loss records from the regular season.
Teams play a single round robin schedule on one weekend. All teams attend the championship tournament, with seeding based on the regular season won/loss records.
New England Division
Teams play a single round robin schedule over two weekends with additional seeding games drawn at random. All teams attend the championship tournament, with seeding based on the regular season won/loss records.
New York Division
Teams play a double round robin schedule over two weekends. All teams attend the championship tournament, with seeding based on the regular season won/loss records.
North Atlantic Division
Teams play a single round robin schedule over two weekends with additional seeding games drawn at random. All teams attend the championship tournament, with seeding based on the regular season won/loss records.
Teams play a single round robin schedule over two weekends, with opponents drawn at random. All teams attend the championship, with seeding based on won/loss records.
Tie Breaker System - All Situations
Pacific Coast Division
If at any time two teams are tied in regular season record or goal differential in the tie breaker system below, the result of their head-to-head competition breaks the tie.
Sierra Pacific Division
If the teams each beat one another, the goal differential in their games is used to break the tie. If the goal differential in their contests against one another is the same, the total of goals scored against each other is used. If the total of goals scored between the teams is equal, the differential for all common opponents seeded higher is used. If no common opponents are seeded higher, the goal differential against the highest seeded common opponent is used.
Teams play a double round robin schedule over two weekends. All teams attend the championship tournament, with seeding based on the regular season won/loss records.
Tie Breaker System - Two Teams
Tie Breaker System - Three or More Teams (for seeding championships)
If more than two teams are tied in won/loss records, goal differentials among the teams tied serves as the tiebreaker. If two teams are tied in goal differentials, head-to-head competition breaks the tie. If the goal differential in their contests against one another for all teams is the same, the total of goals scored against each other is used. If the total of goals scored between the teams is equal, the goal differential between common opponents seeded higher will be used to determine ranking. This may require averaging the goal differential per game if the number of games between common opponents is unequal. Should teams be tied in won/loss record and they have not played each other, goal differentials against common opponents that are seeded above them are used. If no common opponents are seeded higher, the goal differential against the highest seeded common opponent is used.
(for advancement w/in championships)
If more than two teams are tied in won/loss records, goal differentials among the teams tied serves as the tiebreaker. If the goal differential in their contests against one another is the same, the total of goals scored against each other is used. If the total of goals scored between the teams is equal, their original seeding will serve as the tiebreaker. If the totals are tied at any time between two of the three teams, the tie is broken by their head-to-head result..
Goal differential is a term used to describe the difference between goals scored against an opponent and the number of goals scored by an opponent against a particular team.
COLLEGIATE WATER POLO ASSOCIATION
CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS Women’s Varsity Competition
CWPA Eastern Championship 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Slippery Rock University Slippery Rock University Slippery Rock University Slippery Rock University Slippery Rock University Slippery Rock University Slippery Rock University Slippery Rock University Slippery Rock University University of Maryland University of Massachusetts University of Massachusetts Princeton University Brown University University of Michigan Indiana University Hartwick College University of Michigan Hartwick College Hartwick College University of Michigan University of Michigan University of Michigan Indiana University Princeton University
Bucknell University Bucknell University Harvard University Bucknell University University of Maryland Harvard University Bucknell University Harvard University University of Maryland Slippery Rock University University of Maryland University of Maryland University of Massachusetts Princeton University Hartwick College Brown University University of Michigan Indiana University University of Michigan Princeton University Hartwick College Hartwick College Indiana University University of Michigan University of Maryland
CWPA Division III Championship 2010 2011 2012
Grove City College Grove City College Grove City College
Carthage College Washington & Jefferson Col. Washington & Jefferson Col.
“Elite” Championship 2010
University of Michigan
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Princeton University Princeton University Hartwick College Princeton University Hartwick College Princeton University Princeton University Princeton University Bucknell University Brown University Brown University University of Maryland
University of Massachusetts Brown University Brown University Hartwick College Brown University Hartwick College Bucknell University Brown University Marist College Marist College Princeton University Iona College
Women’s Sport Club Competition Atlantic Division 2005
James Madison University
Big Ten Division 2010 2011 2012
University of Michigan University of Michigan University of Michigan
Heartland Division 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Macalester College No competition Macalester College Carleton College Macalester College Macalester College Wheaton College Carleton College Lindenwood University Lindenwood University Carleton College Illinois State University Lindenwood University Lindenwood University
University of Virginia Michigan State University University of Illinois University of Illinois University of Minnesota Carleton College Macalester College Carleton College Wheaton College Macalester College Grinnell College Iowa State University Carleton College Lindenwood University Iowa State University Carleton College University of Minnesota
2009 2010 2011 2012
Dartmouth College Boston College Dartmouth College Dartmouth College
New York Division
Mid-Atlantic Division 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Penn State University University of Maryland University of Virginia University of Pennsylvania Penn State University University of Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania Penn State University Duke University
Midwest Division 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Miami University (Ohio) Miami University (Ohio) No Competition University of Notre Dame Miami University (Ohio) University of Notre Dame University of Notre Dame Miami University (Ohio) Miami University (Ohio) Miami University (Ohio) Miami University (Ohio) University of Notre Dame University of Notre Dame University of Notre Dame University of Notre Dame University of Notre Dame University of Notre Dame
New England Division 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Yale University Dartmouth College Dartmouth College Dartmouth College Dartmouth College Yale University Dartmouth College Middlebury College
University of Maryland Penn State University University of Pennsylvania University of Virginia West Chester University University of Pittsburgh University of Pittsburgh Duke University University of Virginia Penn State University University of Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Columbia University New York University Columbia University New York University Cornell University Cornell University Columbia University New York University New York University New York University Cornell University Cornell University
North Atlantic Division 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
MIT MIT MIT Boston College Boston College Middlebury College Middlebury College Bowdoin College
1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Miami University (Ohio) 2003 University of Notre Dame 2004 Miami University (Ohio) 2005 Miami University (Ohio) 2006 University of Notre Dame 2007 University of Notre Dame 2008 University of Notre Dame 2009 University of Notre Dame Grand Valley State University 2010 Grand Valley State University 2011 Grand Valley State University 2012
University of Washington University of Washington University of Washington University of Washington University of Oregon University of Washington Simon Fraser University University of Oregon University of Oregon University of Oregon University of Oregon University of Oregon University of Oregon University of Oregon University of Oregon
Grand Valley State University Miami University (Ohio) Grand Valley State University
Bowling Green University University of Notre Dame
Ohio Valley Division 2007
Rocky Mountain Division MIT MIT Yale University Yale University Yale University Middlebury College Middlebury College Dartmouth College
University of Utah “A”
Pacific Coast Division 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University UCLA Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University
Boston University Dartmouth College Boston College Williams College Colgate University Columbia University Colgate University Cornell University Colgate University Colgate University Cornell University Syracuse University Columbia University Colgate University Columbia University Syracuse University Boston University Boston University Boston College MIT MIT MIT Bates College Wellesley College Simon Fraser University Simon Fraser University Oregon State University University of Oregon University of Washington Simon Fraser University University of Washington University of Washington University of Washington University of Washington University of Washington University of Washington Oregon State University Oregon State University Oregon State University Ohio University University of Utah “B” Cal State University-Chico Cal State University-Chico University of Utah UCLA UC-Davis
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
USC Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University
Sierra Pacific Division 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Fresno State University UC-Davis UC-Davis UC-Santa Cruz UC-Davis UC-Santa Cruz
Southeast Division 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of
Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Central Florida Central Florida Florida Florida
Southwest Division 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
University of Colorado University of Arizona Northern Arizona University University of Arizona University of Arizona University of Utah University of Colorado University of Utah U. S. Air Force Academy University of Utah University of Arizona University of Arizona University of Arizona University of Utah Arizona State University Arizona State University
Texas Division 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Texas A&M University University of Texas Rice University Rice University Rice University Rice University University of Texas Texas A&M University
UCLA Fresno State University Fresno State University UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA San Diego State University
2009 2010 2011 2012
University of Texas Texas A&M University University of Texas University of Texas
Texas A&M University University of Texas Texas A&M University Texas State University
National Collegiate Club Championship
UC-Davis Cal State University-Maritime Cal State University-Chico UC-Davis UC-Berkeley UC-Davis Emory University Emory University Emory University Florida State University Florida State University University of Central Florida University of Central Florida Florida State University University of Florida University of Florida University of Central Florida University of Central Florida
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
University of Washington Michigan State University Michigan State University Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University Michigan State University Fresno State University Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University Cal Poly State University UC-Davis
Michigan State University University of Florida Cal Poly State University Michigan State University Dartmouth College Dartmouth College University of Florida Cal Poly State University University of Oregon University of Notre Dame University of Michigan UC-Davis Cal Poly State University
CWPA/NAIA National Invitational 2008
University of Texas University of Colorado University of Arizona Northern Arizona University Northern Arizona University U. S. Air Force Academy University of Utah University of Arizona University of Utah U. S. Air Force Academy University of Utah University of Colorado U. S. Air Force Academy University of Colorado University of Arizona University of Arizona University of Texas Texas A&M University Texas A&M University Trinity University Baylor University Texas A&M University Texas A&M University University of Texas
California Baptist University
VARSITY TEAM PROFILES George Washington University
SOUTHERN DIVISION Brown University
Brown University will look to build upon last yearâ€™s fourth place finish at the 2012 Collegiate Water Polo Association Eastern Championship hosted by the Bears. Leading the way on offense is the duo of center Madison Pepper and attacker Kate Woods. Sarah Presant and Emily McNamara will add fire power to a line-up that ranked among the league leaders in offensive output last season. On defense, Brown returns both goalkeepers in 2012 All-Southern Division First Team selection Evan Cranston and Sarah Shin. In front of the cage, center defender Kat Booher will be joined by Rebecca Zak to help neutralize the red zone. Claudia Ruiz and Liz Rosen will round out the rest of the starting group from last season, while the Bears also incorporate four freshmen into the rotation.
With four of its top five scorers from last year and starting goalie Rena Heim returning, Bucknell University is poised to improve upon the 15-win season it put together a year ago. Junior Julianne Valdes led the team in points (106), while sophomore Taylor Barnett paced the squad with 67 goals. Both are back with another year of experience, while Krystle Morgan (42 goals) and Tara Murao (41 points) will provide senior leadership. Valdes, who was one of three Bison to start all 39 games a year ago, also won an amazing 81 of 99 sprints, while also leading the team in steals with 50. Heim, a junior, moved into the starting role in cage last year and registered a teamhigh 279 saves. Second-year Bucknell head coach John McBride also had a talented eight-person freshman class to complement his seven-person junior class.
George Washington University lost just two letterwinners from the 2012 squad, which scored a program-record 277 goals with a 12-15 overall mark to place fifth at the Southern Division Championship and ninth at the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Eastern Championship. The Colonials return three of their top four scorers from a year ago to complement the return of three-time All-Southern Division First Team selection Allison Peotter. Peotter, who returns to the GW lineup after missing the entire 2012 season with a shoulder injury, enters her final season with 132 goals, 107 assists, 239 points, 184 steals and 40 ejections drawn in 78 games, for averages of 1.69 goals, 1.37 assists and 3.06 points per game. Junior Katherine Berry, who posted 15 multi-goal games with three or more tallies in eight contests, is another player to watch as she recorded team bests in steals (45) and ejection goals (18) and ranked second on the team in goals (50) and points (70). Classmate Rachael Bentley and Allison Littlejohn will look to improve on a 2012 season in which the duo made their marks in the Southern Division. Bentley established program records with 99 points and 50 assists on the year, while ranking second on the team in goals (49), ejections drawn (30) and ejection goals (12). In addition she recorded multiple points in 25 of 27 games played, including 18 games with at least three points, and posted 16 multi-goal games with nine hat tricks. Littlejohn ranked second on the team in steals (40) and assists (20), while notching fifth place marks in goals (24) and ejections drawn (10) over 27 games. Further, she posted 12 multi-steal games, 10 multi-point efforts and six multi-goal performances to rate among the preeminent utility players in the league. On defense, incoming goalkeeper Caterina Sesana will push returning goalies Chandler Vilander and Jessie Sinkula, while fellow freshmen Erin Donoghue, Addy Colona, Hannah Cox, Ruti Zwick, Caroline Sandri and McKinlee Hand will help compensate for the offensive losses incurred with the graduation of seniors Monica Hanson and Megan Walker.
Harvard University, which will host the 2013 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Championship at Blodgett Pool, enters this year with high expectations after posting its best finish since 2005 with a 17-12 record last season. Senior co-captain Aisha Price anchors the returnees after finishing second on the team last year with 65 goals. She is joined by her sister Shayna, who finished fourth on the squad last year with 40 goals, and a trio of freshmen attackers including Yoshi Andersen, who was named MVP of the UANA Junior Pan American Championship. On the defensive side, sophomore Ariel Dukes is coming off a rookie campaign where she made 193 saves in goal, while senior co-captain Elise Molnar will anchor the two-meter defenders.
Mercyhurst University won 12 games last season and returns its top two point scorers for 2013. Coach Curtis Robinette will begin his 11th season at the helm of the Lakersâ€™ program as Mercyhurst tries to post a winning record for the second time in three years. Lisett Calderon was a 2012 Collegiate Water Polo Association Southern Division Second Team selection following a season in which she scored 63 goals and totaled 81 points to lead the Lakers.
as a true freshman. Other double-digit scorers returning include Bailey Gadd (30 goals), Kelsey Rzymek (20 goals), Tricia Gajewski (19 goals) and Janelle McDaniels (16 goals). Janelle Bartman returns in goal after splitting time last year with Libbie Guiba. Bartman had 101 saves, 17 steals and eight assists and will be relied upon to aid the Lady Knights in making a run at the league championship and Gannon’s first National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) appearance.
Allie Grimes returns for her junior year after putting up 34 goals and 23 assists in 2012. The Lakers will need to replace goalie Hope Rozelle and Laura Perez this season. Rozelle set the school record for saves with 956 in her career. Perez posted 25 goals as a senior to move into sixth on the career goals list. Mercyhurst features eight newcomers in 2013, along with Junior Callin Jope and freshmen Annie Blackman, Stephanie Fernandez, and Meagan Marques, all of whom will be counted on to create scoring opportunities for the Lakers.
Coming off its most successful season in program history, the reigning Collegiate Water Polo Association Eastern Champion Tigers of Princeton University will look to maintain their momentum entering 2013. The Tigers return 13 letterwinners, including All-America utility junior Katie Rigler. Bolstering the lineup will be four talented freshmen, including former U.S. Youth National Team goalie Ashleigh Johnson. The veteran laden Tigers are ranked No. 10 entering the year and will face nine teams with a preseason national ranking. Last season, Princeton opened the year riding a 14-game winning streak and put together its first 29-win season, concluding the year at 29-6. In addition to winning both Southerns and Easterns, the Tigers advanced to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Championship and concluded the year ranked 10th in the country.
WESTERN DIVISION Gannon University
Gannon University returns 10 letterwinners from last year’s 1422 team. The Lady Knights finished fifth at the Collegiate Water Polo Association Western Division Championship, before recording their best finish ever at the CWPA Eastern Championship with an 11th place mark. Head coach Don Sherman’s club will need to replace its top two scorers in Molly Andrews (70 goals) and Colleen Harriger (65 goals). Katelyn Jacobs is the top-returning scorer, as she recorded 36 goals, 46 steals, 39 assists and 34 earned kick-outs
A three-time Collegiate Water Polo Association Eastern Champion with titles in 2004, 2006 and 2007, Hartwick College is coming off a 28-13 record last year. Despite the loss of three of their top scorers from last season, the Hawks return seven of their top goal scorers from a year ago led by senior Sasha Freeborn. A CWPA First Team All-Western Division selection, Freeborn had a career year last season with 57 goals, 45 assists, 44 steals, and 102 points. She is joined by fellow senior Lily Martinez. Martinez was a CWPA All-Western Division Second Team selection last season and put up career numbers in both goals (43) and points (77) to go along with 34 assists and 38 steals. Both drivers will be relied upon in the offense and setting up scoring opportunities. Sophomore Kamila Zakirova will look to capitalize on a solid freshman year that saw her win Western Division Rookie of the Year honors along with being named to the CWPA All-Western Division Second Team and All-CWPA Eastern Championship Second Team. She was third on the Hawks in goals (59), second in assists (43), tied for second in points (102) and second in steals (58).
Indiana University returns all six starting field players from last year’s team that set a school record for wins with 28. In addition, redshirt senior Jakie Köhli, a two-time All-America selection, returns for her final season after missing last year with a shoulder injury. She enters the season in fifth place on the career goals list at Indiana with 180, needing 67 goals to move into first place. The leading scorer from last year’s record-setting team, junior All-America honoree Shae Fournier, gives the Hoosiers a dynamic 1-2 punch as she recorded a IU single-season record 95 goals a year ago. The biggest shoes to fill will be those of graduated senior Cassie Wyckoff, who is the alltime saves leader in school history. Competing for the spot in the starting lineup will be a pair of freshmen, Jessica Gaudreault and Mary Campbell.
Notre Dame College
Notre Dame College will aim to build on the program’s inaugural season in the Collegiate Water Polo Association Western Division with four of six starters returning from a squad that placed 12th at last year’s CWPA Eastern Championship. The addition of several veteran players will help the Falcons build on the success of last year and continue the three-year old program’s climb to the upper echelon of the league. Kanoe Lyons returns to set the pace along with fellow sophomore Gina-Bella Mata’afa as each tallied more than 37 goals last year to lead four other 20-goal scoring players. Sophomore Elena Williams will set the defensive pace as she attempts to better her 80 steals from 2012. The combination of sophomores Demi Barrett, and Ryenn Lyons will make an impact on both the offensive and defensive ends of the tank. While a trio of juniors in Lucinda Darvell, Angela Belback and transfer Rachael Odell look to steady the team with their experience, Olena Orlova, the lone senior on the team, looks to complete a decorated water polo career that has spanned both coasts of the United States and Europe. Perhaps the biggest surprise for the Falcons will come from freshmen Julie Vanderpool
and Rachel Rust, as they look to make an immediate impact on this young and growing Notre Dame team in its first official National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II season.
DIVISION III Carthage College
Salem International University comes into the 2013 season under the guidance of second year head coach Robert Bullion striving to build a solid program within the Collegiate Water Polo Association. Although 2012 did not yield a victory for the Lady Tigers, close calls at the Virginia Military Institute and Washington & Jefferson College give SIU anticipation for 2013. Salem returns its two top performers from last year in Kerinn Fields and Nazira Mukhamejan. Fields netted 63 goals last season, while Mukhamejan had 55 steals in the 2012 campaign.
Second-year head coach Andy Bax returns 11-of-15 letterwinners from last season’s 5-9 team at Carthage College. Leading the returnees are Jacqueline Knightly, who placed second on the team with 22 goals and five assists last season, along with Amanda Kuchan, who posted 17 goals and 13 assists in 2012. On defense, goalkeeper Ashley McGhee will once again man the pipes in the wake of a 7.91 goals-against average with 216 saves. Top newcomers include Amanda Boothe (2012 all-sectional), Colleen Koepke (honorable mention All-Section) and Lisa Michalowski (All-Illinois and AllNorth Suburban Conference).
University of Michigan
Salem International University
The University of Michigan Wolverines will rely on an even mix of experienced veterans and talented freshmen to fulfill their quest for the program’s sixth National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Championship appearance -- and first since 2010. Michigan returns four of its top-five goal scorers from last season, including three-time Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) All-America honorable mention selection Kiki Golden, who led UM with 71 goals in 2012 en route to Western Division Player of the Year honors. Senior Lauren Colton and junior Kelsey Nolan also earned ACWPC All-America nods with 41 and 39 goals, respectively. Senior Alex Adamson, a two-time CWPA All-Western Division honoree, headlines the Wolverines’ goalkeeping contingent and will work under the eye of first-year assistant coach Betsey Armstrong, who returned to her alma mater fresh off of backstopping Team USA to Olympic gold in London. Michigan’s roster includes 13 freshmen -- tied for the third-largest freshman class in program history -- and a sophomore transfer in Danielle Robinson, who posted 46 points and 27 steals in her first collegiate season at the University of Maryland. The newcomers, which include NISCA/Speedo Girls All-America selections Katie Allison, Nikki Baron, Bryce Beckwith, Kelly Martin, Julia Riemersma, Gabriella Serure and Ali Thomason, will be called upon for immediate contributions as well.
After a lot of early season travel, Connecticut College will host this year’s Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Division III Eastern Championship in early April with hopes of improving on last year’s third place. With the Division III Champion now earning an automatic berth to the CWPA Eastern Championship set for the University of Michigan in May, the Camels will seek to make history and earn the program’s first shot at earning a spot to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Championship. All-America honoree Kristin Lampley leads a group of seniors that includes co-captain Megan Wright, goalkeeper Pam Lovejoy and attackers Maia Taft and Gracie Miller in their final collegiate campaign. Sophomore co-captain Kate Jacobson, along with classmates Nicky Jasbon, Shelter Wein and Karen Cardona, will aid the six freshmen additions adjustment to the collegiate game. For Connecticut College to continue advancing in the league and national rankings, all of the Camels will have to contribute.
Grove City College
As the Grove City College women’s water polo team prepares for the 2013 season, no one would be surprised if the team chose “four” as its magic number for the upcoming campaign. The youthful Wolverines return four letterwinners from last year’s 18-8 performance and Collegiate Water Polo Association Division III Eastern Championship. The 2010, 2011 and 2012 league champion, Grove City will also be in pursuit of its fourth consecutive CWPA Division III title this spring. Meanwhile, Rachel Griepsma enters her first season as the fourth head coach in program history. While the 2013 Wolverines will be a relatively young squad, the team does feature experience in key positions. In goal, senior Amanda Johnston returns for her fourth year as the starter. Johnston earned Honorable Mention All-America honors as a junior after posting a .646 save percentage last year and will again anchor the Grove City defense. Junior Kristi Baur has emerged as one of Grove City’s most versatile players during her first two seasons. Last year, she fired in 27 goals and finished second on the team with 43 assists. A defensive stalwart, Baur also had 48 steals. Two sophomores return after making significant contributions last year: Jocelyn Hinkle and Lauren Hulsebus. Hinkle led Grove City with 47 assists and also pumped in 38 goals. Hinkle also finished second on the team in steals with 56. Hulsebus led Grove City’s newcomers with 41 goals and is the top returning scorer for the Wolverines. She also assisted on 35 goals and will be a key offensive source in 2013. The Wolverines will also be augmented by the addition of junior transfer Lauren Burrows, who earned two letters at former CWPA Division III rival Chatham University. She will likely be a key factor at both ends of the pool this season. Several newcomers are also expected to contribute this year for the Wolverines.
A program on the rise in the Collegiate Water Polo Association, the Macalester College Scots are looking to build upon last season’s fifth place finish by moving up the league standings. After graduating seniors Grace Fleming and All-America honorable mention selection Catherine Flint, the Scots added a few freshmen that will have an immediate impact on the team. Zexin Nai has spent some time playing with the Singapore National Team, while freshman Maggie Mckenna comes from a great program at Gunn High School in California. The Scots also return three additional All-American honorable mentions in goalie Anya Phillips, center Adrienne Burgin and utility player Chloe Kaulas. These three team leaders will also combine seniors Suzanne Oh and Elizabeth Nelson, along with sophomore Sarah Shoemaker, to help lead the Scots contend for the CWPA Division III Eastern Championship and a victorious season.
Washington & Jefferson College
Washington & Jefferson College returns nine letterwinners striving to finish the season with a winning record for a third-straight year. Last year, under the direction of first-year head coach Jay O’Neil, the Presidents posted an 11-5 record, marking the fourth consecutive season that W&J won at least 10 matches. Leading the way on offense is junior Catherine Villa, who finished with 29 goals (second on team) a year ago. An All-Division III Second Team selection, Villa was recognized by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) as an All-America honorable mention choice last spring. 2012 CWPA Division III Freshman of the Year and All-Conference Second Team pick Sara Boldt is also back after a 27-goal campaign, while senior McKenzie Graf and sophomore Charlotte Lima will most likely once again share time in goal. The league championship runner-up the past two seasons to Grove City College, the Presidents and Wolverines will most likely battle for the conference title again in 2013. Grove City owns a nine-match win Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Penn State Behrend will look to improve upon last season. The streak on the Presidents, a mark Washington & Jefferson will work lions will be led by thee-time All-America pick MaryEllen Spooner to snap prior to the league championship game. and junior standout Paula Rusca as captains and strong offensive and defensive threats. Sarah Jelinek and Emi Spicher will also be key players returning after a solid freshman seasons. New players Mary Check out videos, live streaming, archived broadcasts & other multimedia content at Therese Causgrove, Hannah Kelly and Alex Isaacson bring a good www.collegiatewaterpolo.org/Multitmedia swimming background and strong defensive minds to the program. or Protecting the cage will be left to three-year starter Biz Causgrove.
Utica College comes into the 2013 season looking to continue the team’s success from last season. The Pioneers starting lineup remains predominantly intact from last year led by seniors Michelle Allen, Sarah Parker and Jennifer Persio. The seniors are joined by juniors Evelyn Kurzac and Rebecca Morgan. Kurzac, a 2012 All Conference and All-America selection, will play a large role in Utica’s offensive plans for the season. Sophomores Katie Snyder, Madison Christoff and Gwyn Joyce seek to continue gaining experience and help the team grow into a perennial conference championship contender. Additional help is expected from incoming freshman Alice Thai, who is expected to play a large role in the team’s counter attack. Sophomore goalie Ali Templin will continue her dominant level of play in the cage.
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CLUB TEAM PROFILES BIG TEN DIVISION Indiana University
Indiana University comes into the season with all returning starters present and accounted for from last year’s Big Ten Division fifth place squad. The Hoosiers look forward to their new talent in the freshman and sophomore classes,which will bolster a team primed to claim the program’s first Big Ten Division crown. IU has many players with the ability to score and should be a threat offensively.
University of Iowa
Michigan State University
The Lady Spartans of Michigan State University have high hopes for the 2013 season and are ready to reclaim the Big Ten Division championship title. Following a sixth place finish in the final 2012 standings, MSU returns with a team loaded with talent and the fire to reach the program’s goals. Powerhouse senior and 2012 All-Big Ten two-meter defender Somers Smott is ready to put everything into her final year. Double-loaded with a pair of Big Ten All-Conference Second Team sets in juniors Christina Weston and Diana Steele, Michigan is optimistic for the season and the team’s chances at earning a spot to the National Collegiate Club Championship. Captained by Smott and Steele, MSU is primed to push beyond their limits thanks to a deep bench full of speed, strong shots and a promising freshman class. Under a new coaching staff, these Lady Spartans are on a new chapter of their careers and ready to claim the program’s first National Championship since 2006.
Ohio State University
Ohio State University is excited and ready to start its third season as a member of the Collegiate Water Polo Association. After a slight learning curve in their first year in the league, the Buckeyes made their presence known last season by moving up to a fourth place finish at the Big Ten Division Championship following a sixth place regular season mark.
Purdue University looks to improve upon last season’s record and eighth place standing in the Big Ten Division. Although the team lost four key players, the Boilermakers remain optimistic due to a strong freshman class and four returning starters. Purdue will look to freshmen Tess Chamberlain and Sarah Stark, along with sophomore Carina Whaley, to carry the load on offense. Freshman goalie Aubree Anton will anchor the defense, with help from junior Melissa Landers and senior Julie Oswald. Team captains Katherine Pike and Megan Plank and returning All-Conference selection Katie Groff will also be key players in keeping Purdue competitive this season.
University of Illinois
team since the formation of the division in 2010. The Illini possess strong leadership from returning coach Tom Shamburek and new coach Russell Maanum. On defense, Kaityln Webb, a junior and captain, will make a bid for All-Conference honors in goal, with two-meter sets Amy Slana and Nora Sweeney providing a dominating presence to shutdown opposing shooters. Strong offense is anticipated from returners Karen Lowry, Therese O’Toole and Jillian Grachan, while the incoming freshmen give the Illini hope for an even stronger team.
Entering its fourth year as a member of the Collegiate Water Polo Association, the University of Illinois came in a close second to the University of Michigan in the championship game at the Big Ten tournament for the second time in as many years. A two-time division runner-up (2010, 2011), the Illini finished last season with only two overall loses. In 2013, Illinois is aiming to take its momentum, become the most competitive team in the division and claim the first National Championship by a Big Ten
The 2013 goal for the University of Iowa squad is to put on the pressure and play for a spot in the championship game following back-to-back third marks in Big Ten Division. Communication and teamwork will be key aspects in accomplishing this task as the team will be led by team captains/seniors Jill Nagle and Katie Kopale. The combination of Nagle and Kopale, coupled with the help of junior standouts Stephanie Ter Bush and Rachel Cortez, make a strong foursome poised to take the Hawkeyes to the top. Sophomore goalie Stephanie Nolan shows great promise between the pipes, while other solid players include scorer/junior Christine Roentiz and defensive expert/sophomore Michelle Durkin. The freshman class is extremely talented and will be a great addition to an already potent team as versatile two-meter/two-meter defender Maria Palladino, tag team players Rebecca Robinson and Dominique Porto, and energetic Liz Wilson strengthen a championship caliber program. Led by coach Krissy Gordon, Iowa should be just as good, if not better, than the past two seasons.
University of Michigan
After finishing third and fourth in the nation the past two seasons, the University of Michigan is hoping to return to the National Collegiate Club Championship after winning its fourth consecutive Big Ten Division title. The Wolverines will have to overcome the loss of two starters, Millicent Brown (All-America First Team, All-Big Ten First Team, Big Ten Most Valuable Player) and Morgan Rosentrater (All-America honorable mention, All-Big Ten First Team). Seniors Martha Alves, Maeve Daly, Elyse DeShaw, Clio Finnegan (All-Big Ten Second Team), Paula Finnegan (All-America Third Team, AllBig Ten First Team), Diane Schroth and Meline Topouzian, and juniors Jessica Ford, Katarina Fabre and Kassia Zalewski, will be relied on heavily to lead the team to another division crown and the institution’s first National Championship game appearance in women’s water polo. The addition of 18 new players will bolster the Wolverines depth and chances to return the National Collegiate Club Championship tournament.
University of Wisconsin
After a seventh place finish at the 2012 Big Ten Division tournament, the University of Wisconsin hopes to improve its record and finish in the top five teams in 2013. One of the Badgers’ strengths is a strong defense led by senior starters Katie Moy, Sarah Olney and Welle Huening. Wisconsin also welcomes a new goalie, April Simpson, who has played previously and will galvanize the team’s efforts in the cage. Jessie Lustman and Carrie Nacht lead the offense at two-meters. Speed will be another strength for the Badgers. Between the pool, the bench, the coaches and the fans, Wisconsin takes pride in their strong team spirit.
Iowa State University
After losing several upperclassmen to graduation and a disappointing finish last season, the Cyclones of Iowa State University are looking for a fresh start with a new, young team that is eager to show what they can do. Seniors Paige Baenen and Corrine Stoffel, along with juniors Kathryn Emerson and Julia Trausch, will be key players in leading this new team. They will use their experience and skills to guide the younger members to a new level of performance. Freshman Nicole Lane holds great promise as the team’s new goalie and fellow first-years Abby Elston, Danielle Chitty and Addie Reis give the team high hopes due to their offensive and defensive skills. The rest of the Iowa State team is looking forward to displaying their talent and scoring some goals with eyes on returning to the Heartland Division title game for the first time since 2010. The Cyclones are continuing to build up their team in the hopes of an outstanding finish for this season.
Although losing several senior players to graduation, Knox College is still looking forward to another great season after. On the heels of fifth place regular season and sixth place final standings in the Heartland Division a year ago, the squad is aiming to make the program’s first-ever appearance in the division title game.
Illinois State University
Saint Louis University
Augustana College is excited to return for its second season in the Heartland Division after an 11th place finish last year. With a new Lindenwood University head coach and a few new faces, Augustana hopes to better its re- The 2011 and 2012 Heartland Division champion, Lindenwood cord and continue assembling a championship level team. University will seek to repeat the feat, claim the program’s fifth crown (2008, 2009, 2011, 2012) in the past six years, and improve on an eighth place mark earned at last year’s National Collegiate Carleton College Carleton College is excited for another season on the heels of a fifth Club Championship hosted by Florida State University. Last year’s place finish in the Heartland Division a season ago. Led by seniors division Most Valuable Player Meghan Kopecky and captain Christa and co-captains Nora Cassidy and Sarah Carter, the program has a Khatcherian return in leadership roles, as two-meter sets Kayla Kudeep pool of enthusiastic players. Juniors Catherine Christenson, tinac and Emilly Caise and driver Diana Mendoza add to the Lions’ Samantha Sharpe, Kelly Kapsar, Schuyler Rowe, Courtney Dufford attacking force. Significant defensive contributions are expected and Nikki Rhodes will dominate the field with the support of soph- from Candice Cherry, Ashley Jube, Paige Reeb and Marlee Lyons, omores Molly Wootten and Alison Coogan and first-year players as Lindenwood aims to become the first program in Heartland Division history to claim three consecutive crowns. Ilana Crankshaw and Shanti Penprase. Grinnell College is fortunate to have graduated just one senior last year. Following last year’s pool construction, which left the team without a place to practice for the majority of the season, the combination of having ten returning members and a working pool this year bode well for the team’s chances in 2013. The Black Sheep look to Kristina De La Torre and Sara Hannemann to lead the way offensively. The only senior, Jenna Beeler is an aggressive defender that should contribute more on offense this year. Sophmores Linda Omana, Beth Gillig, Kate Klesner, Riley Mangan and Michelle Tsai will prove valuable in putting the ball on cage and taking it away from the opposition. Newcomers Maddy Pesch, Meagan Mckinstry and Nikki Pyle bring speed and quick-thinking to the team to round out the squad. Illinois State University returns for its fifth season in the league after finishing third in the Heartland Division last year. With many new additions to the team, the Redbirds are looking to use their combined talents to achieve a goal of making it to the National Collegiate Club Championship at the University of Minnesota. Returning sophomore goalie Grace Williamson plans to keep the defense strong, while returning offensive stars Emily Bornoff, Cara Stack and Phoebe Del Greco lead the newcomers after losing high scorer Ashley Rampick.
Returning for a second year in the league, Monmouth College looks to continue building its program. The team has several key returners in Erica McAloon, Amanda Zaidel, Claire McGuire, Julie Samuelson and Clarissa Henby. McAloon and Zaidel are keys to holding together a strong defense, while also maintaining a strong presence on the offensive end. McGuire and Henby will also be important scorers, complementing power and accuracy with agility and speed. Samuelson looks to continue to keep the ball out of the back of the net in her second season in goal, while Bev Krueger and Olivia Haines return with an ample amount of off-season experience and plan to make a large impact in the water. The team has added several newcomers with strong swimming backgrounds that should help the Fighting Scots move up in the Heartland Division rankings. Beginning its third season as a member of the Heartland Division, Saint Louis University is excited to participate with a roster ready to start the season off strong. Although the team lost multiple returning players to study abroad opportunities this year, an influx of new members will help rebuild the team.
Saint Mary’s University (Minn.)
Saint Mary’s University comes into the season with a positive outlook.
Fortunate to have many returners along with some new talent, the team will work to improve on last year’s ninth place finish in the division standings. One star player that is not returning this year is Linda Tierney, who graduated this past spring. However, the seniors will be able to hold their own as Abby Kratzke and Kaitlyn McClay lead the team into another great season.
University of Minnesota
The only team guaranteed a berth in the National Collegiate Club Championship as the host institution, the University of Minnesota brings a strong and growing team to the division. With the majority of last year’s team returning, Minnesota is looking to improve upon their second place finish in the Heartland Division under 2012 Heartland Division Coach of the Year Sunny Vang. The team’s AllConference players Becky Alexander and Jess Graf bring skill and experience to the squad, while veterans Jaime Wilt, JoAnne Pohl, Callie Conners and Natalie Tisdale provide shooting power and superior goalkeeping. In addition, many new players will add to the Gophers’ depth and enthusiasm.
Washington University in Saint Louis (Mo.)
Washington University in Saint Louis looks forward to the season. Each season, the Bears grow stronger and this year is no exception. In addition to seeing the return of two star players in Karie Nickle and Elizabeth Perkins, many talented freshmen joined the team during the fall. A fourth-place finisher a season ago, Washington was not pleased with its final mark and will work to equal the institution’s men’s team that finished as the Division III Collegiate Club runnerup. Thanks to scrimmages and preseason tournaments, the Bears are primed to make their presence felt in the Heartland Division.
MID-ATLANTIC DIVISION Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon University enters its third season in the Collegiate Water Polo Association with an older and more experienced team. Always looking to improve, the Tartans aim to best their eighth place finish from last year. Led by returning players Melanie Jasper, Alice Tripp and Erica Moore, the team has a strong repertoire in the two-meter position. Fellow returning players Faith Clayton, Ashley Disbrow, Rachel Leksana, Maria Tartaglia and Kaeli Halbersleben will provide support around the perimeter. The Tartans are looking forward to playing time for the number of new players, including Julia Atwood, Brenna Flatley, Paige Davison, Janay Parrish, Gloriana Redondo, Hannelie Mostert and Hannah Polack. In addition, graduate student Robin Reidl will be a key factor in goal.
Division. With only two of the seven starters lost to graduation, James Madison should be able to recover from the missing offense provided by Meg Flosdorf, with high scorers Kelly Cavanaugh and Hannah Holloway remaining on the team. JMU aims to improve on the mark in 2013 and will need Sophomore Shelby Bryant to step up to become a powerful threat in the pool. The Dukes hope to increase the use of the set position with the return of senior Lauren Davis. In addition, JMU’s new members have shown great progress, including two standouts in particular, Abby Butcher and Allie McShea, as they show breakout potential for the squad in 2013.
Pennsylvania State University
The Nittany Lions of Pennsylvania State University finished third in the Mid-Atlantic Division a year ago and are looking forward to another successful season in the pool. Although senior starters in Kaitlyn Knott, Molly Podgurski and Vivianne Velez were lost to graduation, seniors Christin DeMoss and goalkeeper Lara Kaiserian and sophomore Shannon Harrop return again to dominate for the Lions. The two-meter position will be filled by California rookie, Paisley Muller. Senior Rebekah Hoffner, juniors Allison Lederer and Kate Kinderwater and freshman Molly McWilliams will also see substantial playing time. The team is also looking forward to playing many more of their new and returning members who round out this year’s impressive Nittany Lions’ team.
University of North Carolina
The University of North Carolina is preparing to take on the competition in the Mid-Atlantic Division with renewed enthusiasm. Sporting a roster which includes experienced veterans, several new players and talented coach Ben Byers, the team has grown to 21 players after retaining only seven players from last year. The size and depth of talent on the roster makes the Tar Heels optimistic about their chances in the upcoming season. Returning veteran players and high point-scorers Kelli Avalos, Aubrey Germ, Ashley Gremel and Laura Siedel are expected to play crucial roles. Also expected to have a significant impact are newcomers Barbara Cole, Sarah Lahidji and Lindsay Loyd, who will add much needed depth to UNC. This North Carolina team is committed to preparing themselves to be tough competitors and championship contenders during the upcoming season.
University of Pennsylvania
The University of Pennsylvania experienced a unique event in 2011 and 2012 with two second place finishes in the Mid-Atlantic Division,
Duke University enters the season in unfamiliar territory, as the reigning Mid-Atlantic Division Champion. After placing 10th at the National Collegiate Club Championship hosted by Florida State University in the spring, the Blue Devils look to return this year. They believe this is possible in part due to the return of All-Conference and All-America player Bobby Lee, along with the addition of transfer Anna Gonzales from San Diego State University. Although Sara Pilzer and Robyn Schwartzman graduated from last year’s division championship team, the remaining players are geared towards another exciting season with new head coach Travis Rhea.
James Madison University
James Madison University comes into the spring season with a hopeful outlook. Last year, the Dukes finished ninth in the Mid-Atlantic
as the six-time division champions (2004, 2006-2010) did not earn a bid to the National Collegiate Club Championship in 2013. Penn looks to improve on last season’s performance and should be a competitive threat. With the addition of new head coach Bobby Erzen, who guided California Polytechnic State University to the National Championship, Penn seeks to transform its approach to water polo, focusing especially on honing the skills developed last season and strengthening the team as a whole. The Quakers have a strong returning lineup, with Megan Smith, last year’s Mid-Atlantic Division Most Valuable Player, and Christine Winiarz Schmidt leading the offensive effort. Pivotal to the team’s defense is All-Conference First Team player Dana Decinque at two-meter defense. Rounding out the starting line-up is Jessica Guzman, Julia Zhang and newcomer Jennie Lynch.
University of Pittsburgh
The University of Pittsburgh returns with the intent of improving on a fifth place finish in the Mid-Atlantic Division. Through learning techniques, meeting other students interested in the sport and the continued opportunity to play competitive water polo, the Panthers are looking forward to another good season and the chance to contend for the program’s first division title and trip to the National Collegiate Club Championship.
University of Virginia
Seeking their first championship since 2003, the University of Virginia will look to rebuild its team after graduating nearly all of the program’s starting players. Relying on the leadership of President Christine Pajewski and the experience of long-time player Karen Blaha, the squad aims to earn a number of wins, while helping their large number of new players gain experience. Noteworthy first year athletes include Claire Curran and Samantha Kritzer, both of whom are expected to contribute as scorers. The Cavaliers will once again have a deep bench, as returning players Meghan Overend, Molly Cudahy and Leah Alley hope to see significant playing time.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
The Hokies of Virginia Tech look forward to what they hope is a strong year of competitive water polo. Seven returning seniors will anchor the team, while the younger players show a lot of talent for a promising future. The team will rely on the speed of Kiara Franco and Katie McIver, along with the power and shooting of Molly Boal, Julie Lotz and Taryn Horr to key the Hokies’ offense. Stalwarts Madison Moore and Kathryn McNeil, and freshman Claire Hybl, will be key ingredients on the defensive end of the pool. They will be joined by returning sophomore Kristin Gunther, as the final line of defense in the Virginia Tech cage as the Hokies strive to utilize the strengths of the entire team.
West Chester University
With eight returners and several new additions, the West Chester University Golden Rams will rely heavily on the leadership of returning coach Anna Leggett, along with seniors Tiffany Moss, Casey Fitzsimmons, Leah Adams, Erin Meingossner and Sarah Gurgal, to make the Mid-Atlantic Division title game for the first time since 2005. The team will also look to underclassmen Olivia Dekmar, Kaycee Sullivan and Marissa DeMichele as part of a revitalized lineup. Several new members of the team are expected to contribute in all aspects of the game, as freshmen Alexis Detweiler, Jill Whitmire and Shelby Shaffer have years of high-level experience prior to attending WCU. With the influx of new talent and strong returners, the Golden Rams enter the season with high hopes of climbing to the top of the standings in the Mid-Atlantic Division.
MIDWEST DIVISION Grand Valley State University
With only eight returning players, the Grand Valley State University Lakers are working on rebuilding their team after the loss of several seniors and other key players. Luckily for the team, many new girls have joined the roster and will help to fill in the gaps left behind by the departing athletes. Senior Rhandi Hicok has taken charge and will work her skills both outside the water as a co-president, as well as in the water, to restructure one of the most successful programs in the history of the division. Due to five runner-up finishes in the Midwest Division (2007-2010, 2012) over the past six seasons, the Lakers are accustomed to contending for the title. To continue the historical level of excellence expected by GVSU fans, the Lakers will rely on several incoming players, including Morgan Kamps who will fill in at both sides of the two-meter position. To achieve the team’s goal of reaching Nationals, Grand Valley will need to claim the program’s first-ever Midwest Division Championship.
Miami University (Ohio)
The Redhawks of Miami University are looking forward to another exciting season with both successful returning veterans and promising incoming freshmen leading the way. 2012 All-Conference First Team pick/junior Megan Foster and Second Team selections sophomore Kristin Moorman and junior Katie Hunt return, as Miami targets its first division championship since taking the 2003-to-2006 crowns. A record number of incoming freshmen will help perpetuate the championship tradition (1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006) of the Redhawks. Led by head coach Trevor Johnson, fans and opponents alike can expect a strong defense and a deep bench.
Ohio University returns with a solid mixture of returning players and newcomers. The graduation of key players Stephanie Horsefield and All-Conference pick Nora Winstead leaves a few spots to be filled this year, especially on the defensive end of the tank. With the influx of several new players, combined with another year of experience for the veterans, the Bobcats should have a deeper bench from which Ohio can pull the necessary replacements for Winstead and Horsefield.
University of Notre Dame
Following the loss of multiple starters from the previous season, the University of Notre Dame will rely heavily on younger members of the squad to step up this season. A large team with an even larger range of polo experience, the Irish arguably tout their deepest field of talent to date. Last year, Notre Dame placed 12th at the National Collegiate Club Championship hosted by Florida State University and took the title of Midwest Champions. 2012 marked the sixth consecutive time the team has won the Midwest Division and the program’s 15th consecutive appearance in the division title tilt dating back to 1997. Notre Dame’s offense is anchored by junior Rachael Glenister at the two-meter position, supported by the speed and sharp-shooting of senior Victoria Anglin and sophomores Ellen Dowling and Alex Whelan. Juniors Anastasia Hansen, Shannon Sullivan and Jenny Markowski further add to the depth and growing experience of the Irish. Notre Dame will bring back their tough defense with the help of junior Kathleen Schiavenza and seniors Laura McCoy and Adriana Austgen. Juniors Sarah Flemming and Megan Olson will aid the defense with their skills in the goal as Notre Dame gears itself towards returning to the National Collegiate Club Championship game for the first time since 2009.
Wheaton College (Ill.)
Wheaton College comes into the 2013 season as a newly established club team, after competing for the last several seasons as a Division III varsity program. Last year the Thunder finished fourth at the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Division III Eastern Championship, but graduated their two All-America selections in goalie Karalee Angus and leading scorer Heather Crockett. To compensate, the team will rely heavily on senior captains Linley Sullivan, Morgan Sorenson and Emily Bellfi, who are playing their fourth and final seasons on the team, to put Wheaton in contention among the Midwest Division programs. Hannah Hibbs, one of the team’s top scorers and defenders from the previous season, and newly established goalie Elsemarie DeVries will also be relied upon as Wheaton guns to terminate the University of Notre Dame’s reign of dominance in the division. Historically, the last time Wheaton fielded a club team, the squad ended the year with a championship as the Thunder took the 2005 Heartland Division title after a runner-up mark in 2004.
The lone newcomer to the New England Division, Northeastern University is excited and ready to compete for a shot at a trip to the National Collegiate Club Championship. The girls have been slowly building a team since last January and now have a solid crew of players to carry the Huskies’ offense with two-meter Erika Nothnagel and fellow field players Maya Spencer and Becca Yukelson. On defense, goalkeeper Becca Crider shows great promise as she continues to learn new skills during each practice.
United States Coast Guard Academy
NEW ENGLAND DIVISION Boston College
Boston College is looking forward to an exciting season following a sixth place finish in the New England Division last year. There have been several changes to the membership within the division, which pose new challenges for the Eagles and new competition. Having only graduated one player, Boston College is optimistic for success this season and have their eyes set on a trip to the National Collegiate Club Championship in May. BC welcomes four new freshmen to a team geared towards winning the division championship for the first time since 2010.
A seven-time New England Division champion (2002-2005, 2007, 2009, 2011-2012), the Big Green of Dartmouth College enters this season with a young but promising team. The reigning division champions, the Big Green ended the 2012 season with a seventh place finish at the National Collegiate Club Championship and graduated three seniors. Although they will miss seniors Nora Winslow, Elizabeth Kamai (All-New England Division Second Team), and Haley Carstensen (All-America Second Team, New England Division Most Valuable Player, All-New England Division First Team), the void will be filled by a powerful offensive set in junior Kristen Flint, along with returning sharpshooters Kellie MacPhee and Katie Lachance and playmaker junior Lisa Rennels (All-New England Second Team). Rennels will also be a huge factor on defense, along with the Pennsylvania duo of junior Grace McDevitt and sophomore Margaret Rollins. The backbone of the team however will be the All-New England Division First Team goalie/junior Shelley Wenzel. Also returning are junior Winnie Yoe and sophomores Kathryn MacNaughton and Cat Donahoe. Several new faces join Dartmouth in the program’s quest for its eighth division championship as the newcomers will add depth and talent to a National Championship caliber squad.
Kayla Bauhaus and Sam Simas to contribute speed and control to the Panthers’ attack. Key to Middlebury’s hopes to fulfill their potential for greatness is the return of junior Andie Tibbetts and the leadership of seniors Olivia Noble, Amanda Mulligan and Lauren Davidson. An enthusiastic returning group, as well as a dauntless new goalie in sophomore Casey Watters, will ensure an electrifying season.
Although they will dearly miss their graduated seniors, the Panthers of Middlebury College look forward to rebuilding a strong and fervent team. Armed with two eager freshmen in Sam Horn and Hannah Grotzinger, Middlebury will fortify its defense and flex its offensive power on the heels of a fifth place finish in the New England Division. A three-time division champion (2010, 2011 - North Atlantic; 2008 - New England), the Panthers will rely on sophomores
The Bears of the United States Coast Guard Academy enter the 2012 season participating as a member of the Collegiate Water Polo Association for their fourth time. In the wake of a seventh place finish in the New England Division a season ago, the Bears are primed to break through and make the program’s first appearance in a division title tilt.
Coming off of a second place finish in the New England Division, Williams College is fired up for the new season. The team will miss the spunk and leadership of their graduated seniors, but this year’s strong and deep senior class is ready to lead the team through another wonderful season. The new recruit class shows promise as the squad is ready to get back in the pool for another crack at a trip to the National Collegiate Club Championship.
NEW YORK DIVISION Colgate University
Among the most prolific teams in the New York Division with a record five division championship title game appearances (2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2010) since the group’s formation, the Raiders will aim to build up their program and make another run at the championship in the new season under the leadership of Melissa Erickson.
Columbia University is excited to begin the season after training hard throughout the fall semester. The Lions fell short of league championship expectations during the final tournament of 2012 at their home Uris Pool, so this season they have something to prove in seeking the program’s first division championship since 2007. The regular season runner-up, Columbia fought valiantly despite midsemester changes in its roster to finish third in the final New York Division standings. This season, the Lions hope to have a strong string of winter tournaments leading up to the league championship match that they will host for the second time in as many years. Team leadership will come from a number of standout returning players, including All-Conference awardees Michelle Kirel and Robyn Smith, as well as fourth year returnee/team captain Sydney Forrester. Apart from these powerful returning players, new additions Rachel Tang and Shruti Parikh will add much needed depth with their speed and skill in their first collegiate water polo season.
NORTH ATLANTIC DIVISION Bates College
Bates College has several first-year athletes fresh from high school water polo itching to get back into the pool. Couple that with more than a few seniors excited for their last college water polo season and there is a great combination to be competitive. The captains include one junior leading the team for her second year, with valuable experience after playing with the Bates men’s team, and two seniors excited to lead the Bobcats to their second division title game appearance in three seasons.
A former member of the New England Division, Boston University lost nearly its entire starting lineup to matriculation in the spring after a third place finish. Entering a rebuilding season in a new division, the team is led by senior Julia Ardila and sophomores Kelia Kowan, Shireen Kheradpey and Debbie Wong. Lia Breunig, a graduate student, will be the goalie for the Terriers, while coaches Liz Lacy and Emily Pace-Millard handle the strategy decisions. BU looks forward to a Spring Break training trip in Hawaii in March to help provide valuable experience before they enter the championship.
Bowdoin College Cornell University
After a successful season in 2012, during which the program claimed its second consecutive and fourth overall New York Division crown, Cornell University returns with an army of new players primed to help rebuild after the loss of several graduated seniors. On the heels of back-to-back division championships in 2011 and 2012, the Big Red are dead set on returning to the National Collegiate Club Championship for a third consecutive year after posting 15th (2011) and 13th (2012) marks in their last two trips to the grandest stage of collegiate club athletics. The team will rely heavily on captains Orbi Ish-Shalom and Heidi Rausch, as well as veterans Brie Reid, Michelle Parke, Erica Taylor, Kate Alexander, April Schneider and Isabel Stonehouse to construct a strong team foundation in front of the new goalie Paige Berger. Coach Dr. Mario Martone should help the squad gain experience and improve as a team strives to join New York University (2008-2010) as the only clubs to capture three consecutive New York Division titles.
New York University
New York University comes into the 2013 season after a fourth place finish in the New York Division under new leadership, as Coach Angela Kohlhoff takes over the reins. Despite the loss of several seniors, NYU should still be a contender to win the division and attend the National Collegiate Club Championship. Possessing a mix of returning members and important new additions, the team should be a formidable opponent within the division once again.
Syracuse University is looking forward to another season, led by top scorers Neychla Abreu and Alissa Meagher. Along with several eager new players, the experience of Emma Gregg should help give the squad a good mix of talent. While the team may not contend to win the division, they are expecting to gain valuable time together as a team and improve throughout the season.
The defending North Atlantic Division champion, Bowdoin College could become the fourth team to claim back-to-back crowns following the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2005-2007), Boston College (2008-2009) and Middlebury College (2010-2011). With several new teams joining the division, the Polar Bears are ready for some tough competition after improving their game play. Key returners include senior Mai Kristofferson and sophomores Patty Boyer and Kiran Pande. First-year player Lela Garner is anticipated to make a solid contribution to the lineup as well.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A three-time division champion with titles in 2005, 2006 and 2007 and runner-up marks in 2008, 2009 and 2010, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will seek to make its seventh North Atlantic Division title game appearance in the past 10 seasons. The Engineers return to the pool with eleven new recruits, including strong shooters Laura Stoppel and Kate Candon. With a void in defense created by the graduation of Allison Alwan, they will rely heavily on junior Calley Murphy to be the team’s defensive leader. The Engineers’ greatest strength is on the offensive end, with strong two-meter players Cecilia Viggiano, Helen Feng and Teri Oehmke counted on to keep MIT competitive.
Returning much of its 2012 team which made a trip to the National Collegiate Club Championship at Florida State University when division champion Bowdoin College elected not to attend, Wellesley College looks to continue a rise to the top of the North Atlantic Division. Following third (2011) and second (2012) place finishes the past two seasons, the Blue will rely on returning All-League selections and National Championship participants Genia Nizkorodov, Elena Quijano, Luisa Reyes and Emma Mrkonic to lead both the offensive and defensive fronts. Reyes and Mrkonic will be a force to be reckoned with at set to fill a void left by the loss of former North Atlantic Player of the Year Alex Simas, who graduated last year. Senior co-captains Nizkorodov and Quijano will anchor the team
in the goal and on the perimeter, respectively. They will be joined by strong returning players Liz Torres, Megan Lambert, Alex Poon, Bailey Desmond and Tali Marcus, as well as a large contingent of new incoming talent. Wellesley coach and former Harvard University captain Mike Byrd, who was named 2012 North Atlantic Division Coach of the Year, hopes to build on his first year as Wellesley’s leader and direct the team to another successful and fun season.
Morgan Jones, Tori Buck, Bronte Loewen-Thomas, Ann Coughlin and Sarah Mitich return for another quest to win the division championship. Courtney Bird, Carly Orozco, Lisa Gibson, Rachel Lotz and Chelsea Lambert join the roster to aid in Portland State University’s drive for the program’s first Northwest Division crown. With a good mix of veterans and newcomers, the Vikings should be competitive within the division.
University of Oregon “A”
New to the North Atlantic Division following a storied tenure in the New England Division, Yale University comes into the season with many fresh faces and several returning players on its roster. Having graduated only three members, the Bulldogs maintain a strong core of players led by captain Cindy Li and player coach Gianna Fote (2012 All-New England Division First Team). Yale will see a return of several strong shooters in Margaret Lazzarini, Brittany Robinson and Taylor Nicolas. On defense, Sophie Engelstein (2012 All-New England Division Second Team) and sophomore Megan Phelan will provide valuable skills, with Engelstein splitting her time between the field and goal. Also jumping into the cage will be freshman Mary Kate Dilworth. Rookie senior Maggie Brown will do battle at two-meter set, while sprinters Kate Byron, Helena Gali and Sara Kahanamoku-Snelling will add some crucial speed to the Bulldogs’ squad. Among the freshmen, Samantha Garcia and Natalia Dashan will aid in rounding out the team to help the Bulldogs claim their first division title since 2006.
University of Oregon “B”
One of two squads, the University of Oregon will field a “B” squad in order to train new players and provide additional opportunities for more athletes to compete.
NORTHWEST DIVISION Central Washington University
The Central Washington University Wildcats are back and ready to be competitive in their fourth season as a member of the Collegiate Water Polo Association. In goal, Sara Jane Kay will lead the defensive efforts, while Alyssa Thrasher, Marissa Tucker, Sarah Rogers, Kelsie Summit, Samantha Allen, Jennifer MacKenzie, Shona Walker and Nicole Noel account for all the work in the field.
Oregon State University
Oregon State University is hoping to have another successful season after placing second in the Northwest Division for the third season in-a-row. Thanks to a number of returning players and incoming freshmen, the Beavers desire to equal the institution’s men’s team by earning a berth to the National Collegiate Club Championship.
Portland State University
The “Drive for Nine” begins in earnest as the University of Oregon “A” squad will attempt to become the first women’s program in league history to capture nine consecutive division crowns. The Ducks, who hold the longest active division winning streak in the collegiate club ranks (men or women), have dominated the Northwest Division since 2005 by claiming every championship title since 2005. New head coach and 2010 Oregon alum Lizzy (Flower) Cunningham, and the rest of the Ducks are hoping to accomplish two goals: win another division crown and fight all the way back to the National Collegiate Club Championship game. The 2010 National Championship runner-up, Oregon will live by the words of former football coach and current Philadelphia Eagles’ head coach Chip Kelly, “win the day”. The team will take it one practice at a time by improving on the roster’s speed, building leg muscles, training to look for shooting opportunities and developing team chemistry.
After joining the Northwest Division last year, Portland State University is excited to return and play another season of Collegiate Water Polo Association competition. Although many players graduated in 2012, the Vikings have grown with the addition of several new athletes.
University of Washington “A” (Wash.)
The University of Washington anticipates improving upon its third place finish at the Northwest Division Championship last year and claiming its first division title since 2003. While past coaches Mira Ho and Maria Zavala move on to new chapters in their lives, the team is excited to announce the addition of its new world-class coach Ruth Cox. Along with Cox, a new cohort of skilled freshmen, sophomore and junior players should inspire the few veterans of the team to have their best season yet. With just four seniors on the team UW hopes that the new players’ enthusiasm and energy will help turn the tide against regional powerhouses the University of Oregon and Oregon State University.
University of Washington “B” (Wash.)
The University of Washington is excited to have enough players to form two teams once again. Together with the Washington “A” team, the Huskies hope to have a competitive showing against other strong teams within the Northwest Division. A young team with a mix of fresh talent and experience, the Huskies “B” team is looking forward to a fun and exciting season.
Western Washington University
The Western Washington University Vikings are excited to start off the 2013 season with new beginnings. This year’s team, led by captains Taylor Mozzone, Marina Stoermer, Mia Ratto and Amanda Mika, is thrilled to welcome coach Nick Glidden, as well as two new goalies, Sarah Naglich and Teslin Maclaren. With talented returners Laura Ledesma, Stephanie Babb, Sofia Velling, Sarah King, Danielle DiPiro, Emma Lieuwen, Francine St. Laurent and Amy Martin, as well as newcomers Sadie Naglich, Hanna Kinniburgh, Allison Maynes, Adriane Banks, Faith Taylor, Megan Maynes, and two non-competing players Francine St. Laurent and Ashley Lynes, the team holds high expectations for this season. With only four seniors on the team they are looking to build a strong foundation for the future.
PACIFIC COAST DIVISION California Polytechnic State University
The most successful women’s collegiate club water polo program in the history of the Collegiate Water Polo Association, California Polytechnic State University returns this season in hopes of claiming its seventh consecutive National Collegiate Club Championship game appearance. A seven-time National Champion with victories in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011, Cal Poly is hopeful to add to the tally in the 2013 season. After placing second at the National Collegiate Club Championship Tournament in May at Florida State University versus the University of California-Davis, the Mustangs are planning on another competitive year. Although Cal Poly lost three exceptional seniors in Kate Warner, Ciani Sparks and Joanna Wilk, the Mustangs remain a National Championship contender. On offense, seniors, Casey Clark and Helen Compton will serve as potential top-scorers, while Juniors Sophie Calhoun and Leah Ashley are also expected to have standout performances. Calhoun will be an offensive and defensive threat, with Ashley as the primary two-meter set. The Mustangs also anticipate another exceptional performance in goal from senior Morgan Rollo. The starters this season are a cohesive lineup, experienced and adaptable for what the team needs to return the National Championship plaque to San Luis Obispo. Cal Poly is a team that prides itself on hard work, dedication and family-like camaraderie to succeed each season and this year should be no different.
University of California-Los Angeles “B”
The University of California-Los Angeles will field two teams this season as the “B” squad will provide additional playing chances for the Bruins’ considerable roster of talent to gain experience for the future.
University of California-San Diego
The Tritons of the University of California-San Diego have remained among the top of the competition in the Pacific Coast Division in recent history, placing third (2009, 2010, 2012) and fifth (2011) over the past four seasons. One of three active teams in the division to never qualify for the title tilt, joining the University of California-Los Angeles “B” and the University of California-Santa Barbara, UC-San Diego will aim to become the first San Diego based institution to win the crown and snap a string of 14 championships claimed by their Northern rivals (California Polytechnic State University, University of Southern California, University of California-Los Angeles) dating back to the Pacific Coast Division’s formation in 1999.
University of California-Santa Barbara
This is the third season for women’s club water polo at the University of California-Santa Barbara with big shots, big moves and big goals. A strong offensive group of five seniors will lead the team including Hannah Aguirre, Kat Majdick, All-Pacific Coast Division goalie Katie Avila, Becca Waid and Kalani Durham. The group is complemented with returning speed and strength from Mia Tittle, Shelby Cleland and 2012 leading scorer Alyson Huber. The Gauchos freshmen should help make heads turn as they provide added speed and depth. Following a fourth place finish in the division a year ago, the Gauchos are determined to makes waves, win some games and earn a spot at the National Collegiate Club Championship tournament.
University of Southern California
The University of Southern California is excited for the upcoming season after placing fifth (2009), seventh (2012) and eighth (2010, 2011) over the past four seasons. Fielding a large group of new girls and returning players, USC is well rounded, looking forward to working hard and competing against the nation’s best.
SIERRA PACIFIC DIVISION
San Diego State University
San Diego State University finished last year as the runner-up in the Pacific Coast Division and fifth overall at the National Collegiate Club Championship. This season they will continue to do their best and aim at bettering themselves both in and out of the pool. The Aztecs have many new faces, all of which are proving to be promising collegiate athletes.
University of California-Los Angeles “A”
Building on the success of runner-up marks in the Pacific Coast Division from 2007 to 2011, the University of California-Los Angeles “A” team will work to end an eight-year championship reign by California Polytechnic State University in the division. To down the Mustangs and earn the No. 2 seed for the 2013 National Collegiate Club Championship at the University of Minnesota, or earn the division runner-up berth to the tournament, UCLA will need to rely on the play of a deep roster that will provide the Bruins with the speed, finesse and power to stifle the rest of the Pacific Coast Division.
California State University-Chico
California State University-Chico is geared for another competitive season with head coach Greg Ahtye and assistant coach Amy Crawford. The young squad has both new and returning talent that is promising. Katie Dresenga, Kaitlyn Tolin, Kelly Whitey and Adrienne Beaudreau will lead the team on offense, while goalie Tayma Ueltzen is depended upon to shut down the opposition. Other key defensive players include two-meter defender Sam McGregor, Rachel Brearley and Chelsea Doench. The team hopes to return to the National Collegiate Club Championship for the third time in five years.
California State University-Fresno
This marks a comeback year for the Bulldogs of California State University-Fresno. After taking a leave of absence from league play last year, Fresno State feels good to be back on its feet for the 2013 season. The 2007 Sierra Pacific Division and National Collegiate Club Champions, the Bulldogs are working on rebuilding a strong team that will be around and successful for years to come.
California State University-Maritime Academy
In the wake of a seventh place finish in the division last year, California State University-Maritime Academy begins the season with a young and inexperienced group, hoping to improve upon last year’s finish.
Saint Mary’s College (Calif.)
Saint Mary’s College continues its climb to the top of the Sierra Pacific Division standings after placing sixth last year. The Gaels’ returning players are experienced and wily, while the newcomers will bolster a roster with designs on a trip to the Twin Cities and a berth in the National Collegiate Club Championship tournament field.
University of California-Berkeley
The University of California continues to have unfinished business as the Golden Bears placed second in the Sierra Pacific Division two seasons ago and fell to division runner-up and eventual National Champion the University of California-Davis 10-9 in last year’s division tournament semifinals. With a promising group of new players and a strong core of returning athletes, Cal hopes to either capture the division title or finish second as the Sierra Pacific earns two bids to the National Collegiate Club Championship in 2013.
hopes of claiming their third division championship after taking the 2010 and 2012 Sierra Pacific Division crowns. Following a sixth place mark last year at the National Collegiate Club Championship, UC-Santa Cruz will need to fill the void left by the graduation of four seniors. This year, the Banana Slugs are looking to defend their title and see who steps up to the plate to lead the team to victory and a higher finish at the National Collegiate Club Championship. Sharpshooters Kelsey Anderson and Alyssa Amaya will be a fierce force on the outside perimeter with strong outside shots. Defensively the team will rely heavily on Haley Bartosh and Maya Zelcer at two-meters and will also look to them on offense at the set position. Zoe Agapinan is ready to fill some big shoes in the cage and step up as goalie for the Slugs this year. Drivers Lauren Wertheimer, Natalie Medved and Stephanie Bastiaans hope to break the defensive lines of their opponents and provide depth to the Cruz offense. Newcomers, Heidi Hill and Aoife Collins, along with a hard-working young bench, will be counted on to keep UC-Santa Cruz competitive as they gain additional playing time. Returning head coach Kelly Gentry and new assistant coach/2012 graduate Jenni Gunnell will work hard to help the Banana Slugs in their attempt for another title and a return trip to Nationals.
University of California-Davis “A”
The University of California-Davis made history in 2012 by capturing the program’s first National Collegiate Club Championship title at Florida State University in an exciting rematch from the 2011 championship game against California Polytechnic State University. Just the second team in league history to win a National Championship without entering the tournament as a division champion, the 2012 Sierra Pacific Division runner-up Aggies graduated two players from the 2012 championship roster. The reigning champs aim to once again dominate and join the Mustangs of Cal Poly (2003-2005, 2008-2011) and Spartans of Michigan State University (2001-2002) as the only teams to repeat as the nation’s best in consecutive seasons. The Aggies boast a strong offensive powerhouse maintained by commanding two-meter set Megan Reese. Fellow seniors Kelley Shaw and Tiffany Cheung will contribute with their dominating outside shots, while utility player Caryn Covella rounds out the team’s senior field players. The junior class, represented by the exceptional speed and consistency of Juliana Bremer and Danica Fascella and key offensive leader Sarah Skinker, should provide added depth on offensive end. Elizabeth Mock will support the team’s reliable defensive backbone, while fellow sophomores Kaylin Claypool, Rebecca Cullinan, Greta Gettelfinger and Tyler Brown will contribute unique abilities to establish a talented and versatile group of underclassmen. Impressive newcomers Denise Hager and Chelsie Bryan are projected to be solid offensive threats, while senior goalie Sam Miglian will guide the Aggies on the defensive end. Led by seasoned coach Jonny Gullone, the Aggies are determined to build a legacy for success that is driven by the goal of capturing their next Collegiate Club Championship in 2013.
University of California-Davis “B”
With 10 new members this year, the University of California-Davis “B” team hopes to surprise the league with their talent. The team will be lead by Christian Guth as the squad will provide additional playing chances for the Aggies’ younger players to gain experience for future National Championship runs.
University of California-Santa Cruz
The Banana Slugs of the University of California-Santa Cruz enter their fourth season with the Collegiate Water Polo Association in
Emory University “A”
The 2013 water polo season brings with it many changes to the Emory University Eagles. The team’s growth, both in and out of the water, has led to the fielding of two teams. Emory returns many players, including captains Jocelyn Bilkey and Leah Abrams, alongside starters Yuliya Oumarbaeva and Audry Klossner, and goalie Kristen Carroll. New teammates Caitlin Casey and Adi Rosenthal add to an already talented team. This squad should prove a formidable threat, and hopes to improve over its disappointing finish last year. Emory continues to rise, and expects that this year is the season they truly begin to soar.
Emory University “B”
With the addition of another talent-laden freshman class, Emory University is fielding a second team for the first time in program history. Rising talents Shannon Lin, Sally Yan, Amanda Durbin, Danielle Iskandar, Abby Chambers and Carrie Wiegert return for another go in the ultra-competitive Southeast Division, with Kat Thayer taking the helm in goal. They will lead Emory’s newest Eagles and help develop their talents and skills.
Florida Gulf Coast University
Florida Gulf Coast University enters its inaugural season in Southeast Division of the Collegiate Water Polo Association. The decision to enter a team came from veteran players like Michelle Grant, Jessica Yoo, Clare Edlund and Katie Ribble who pushed for the inclusion of the Eagles. The team will be mostly centered on defense with freshmen Callie Rosemeyer at two-meters and Emily Aron in goal. Serena Benner, also a freshman, is anticipated to lead the majority of the plays on offense.
Florida State University
A strong and young team led by coaches Jake Gordon and Colin Osterndorf will take to the water for Florida State University in 2013. Team captains Jennifer Weyrauch and Alyson Watson are confident in the program’s new players and overall team morale. As a returning senior, Jackie Vincent is expected to be a strong utility player throughout the season and will be complemented by Katie Gonot,
who has recovered from a knee injury and hopes for a strong comeback this season. Goalies Erika Funderburk and Sandy Muszynski will split time in cage for the Seminoles and should be ready for anything that comes at them.
University of Central Florida
The University of Central Florida is excited for the upcoming 2013 water polo season after advancing to the Southeast Division title game for the fourth season in a row and placing second for the second time in as many years. New recruits Karen Thomas, Marina Ribeiro, Taylor Reeves, Bianca Parente, Debin Long and former University of Michigan varsity student-athlete Alison Mantel will reenergize the Lady Knights to stop 10-time division champion the University of Florida. With previous appearances at Nationals in 2009 and 2010, UCF looks forward to working hard to earn a berth again this year. New coaches Ryan Donnel and Trevor Creighton, and experienced returning players Blaire Martin, Hana Korb, Laura Zuluaga, Lauren Scheetz, Catalina Davalos, Kara Reeves, Kristin Plitnick, Olivia Overton and Emily Tilman, will lead this team in the pool. The Knights have a deep bench, including seniors Alexa Suhich, Ariana Risco, Reina Sfeir and Vanessa Zabala, all of whom are ready for a year of exciting, championship-level competition.
University of Florida “A”
A 10-time Southeast Division champion, the University of Florida “A Team” is flying high after a thrilling third place finish at the 2012 National Collegiate Club Championship hosted by Florida State University. Even though the Gators graduated five starters with four field players and a goalie departing Gainesville last season, coaches Katie and Tim Larson are optimistic that the team’s rise to the top is not over. A small but solid senior class of veterans like Maddie Gonzalez and Emily Warrner will share the water with graduate students Stephanie Brandt and Chrisi Sanchez, along with juniors Beth Moser and Ali Hoffman. Among the players new to the “A Team” are junior goalie phenom Brooke Bohlken, graduate student/former Colorado College athlete Liz Weber and sophomore standout Hannah Theis.
University of Florida “B”
University of Georgia
The University of Georgia Bulldogs enter the season in a rebuilding mode after losing over half of their starters from last year. In the wake of a great season in which Georgia finished third in the division, returning starters Stephanie Lord and Jackie Murtha will be relied upon to provide leadership and create goal scoring opportunities. Erin Gunter’s tireless efforts and goalie Olivia King’s skill will help the Dawgs out on defense. Fellow returning players Emily Prickett, Elizabeth Bell and Kelly Robinson round out the starting lineup. New recruits Katherine Vaux, Katie Zarada, Cristina Ibarguen and Megan Russell also provide new talent to the Georgia roster and will add much needed depth.
SOUTHWEST DIVISION Arizona State University “A”
The two-time defending Southwest Division champion, Arizona State begins its fourth season as a member of the league with a goal of improving on back-to-back ninth place finish at the 2011 and 2012 Women’s National Collegiate Club Championships. However, the Sun Devils have a new outlook this year as many team members moved on, opening up huge opportunities for some fresh faces to lead ASU back to the division championship game. Returning to lead the defense is All-Conference goalkeeper Stefanna Spoletini. Watch out for Alley Rodgers and Saskia Moyer to have monster years as they both are returning for their second year on the team. New comers Saibrah White and Paige Walters will be immediate impact players as the team looks to return back to the National Championship tournament and become the first team outside California, Washington or Michigan to claim the crown.
Arizona State University “B”
This marks the third year in a row that Arizona State University will field a “B” team as the Sun Devils accommodate a heavy demand for playing chances brought about by ASU’s significant roster.
Northern Arizona University
Following another solid year in the Southeast Division, the University of Florida Gators “B Team” is ready to take a bite out of their foes. Multiple new talents have joined the squad in the field with freshmen Tina Papadopoulos, Kathleen Arnold, Alyssa Carraha, Isabel Bernal, Sam Duda and Rebecca Jenetopulos leading the way. First-year goalie Kaylee Petik will take over in the cage this and will be joined by a potent lineup led by seniors, Kelsey Mulligan, Kaitlyn Marks and Dani Gach.
The Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks have a very young roster this year, which is looking forward to growing as individuals and as a team. Most of the athletes went to high school in the Southern California area and have played against each other in league games and nearby tournaments. The goalie trifecta of Julia Gilmore, Megan Wagy and Kim McLeod should help NAU improve on last year’s ninth place finish in the Southwest Division. Katie Newgard, Maura Toohey, Jessica Lazor, Colleen Hackett, Faith Weaver, Miriam Phalan, Olivia Hosch, Lindsey Shippers, Karly Fisch, Kimba Macey and Vanessa Gerstmar will take care of the majority of the duties in the field and help the new talent blend into the team.
United States Air Force Academy
The United States Air Force Academy comes into the season after returning the majority of its starting players from 2012. The addition of a strong bench of freshmen should help overcome the loss of a pair of players to graduation, including goal-producer Jess Bickford. Junior Jen Kimura will again lead the defense from the cage and classmate Georgia Marshall returns as the lead offensive player to fill Bickford’s role. Also expected to get a fair share of game time are seniors Meg Edson, Britta Bigej and Jess Grier, along with juniors Krystal Jimenez, Marie Brown and Kimberly Bergo. The Falcons are gunning to be the 2013 Southwest Division Championship, as the team aims to return to the title game for the first time since 2009 and claim the program’s first Southwest Division crown since 2005.
University of Arizona “A”
Texas A&M University
University of Arizona “B”
Texas State University
A six-time Southwest Division champion with titles in 1998, 2000, 2001, 2007, 2008 and 2009, the University of Arizona looks for revenge after falling to Arizona State University in the 2011 and 2012 division title games. This year, a new coaching staff takes over the Wildcats as the team looks to erase the memory of three championship-deficient seasons. A strong incoming freshman class will give Arizona the ability to field two full teams for the first time in over four years. Everyone is working hard to achieve the goals set out as a team, which should bode well for the Wildcats’ chance for success this season. The University of Arizona will field two teams this season for the first time in four years, as the “B” squad will provide additional playing chances for the Wildcats’ considerable roster of talent to gain experience for the future.
University of Colorado
With every new season that University of Colorado faces, the Buffaloes have a brand new array of ladies that make up the program. There are six returning players from the 2012 season to go along some fresh talent including six new underclassmen. The benefit of having such a young team is the opportunity for growth and development, which Colorado will take full advantage of over the next few seasons. After finishing fifth in the 2012 Southwest Division race, the Buffaloes hope to improve their standing and establish a solid foundation for the future.
University of Denver
In its third year as a member of the Collegiate Water Polo Association, the University of Denver continues to grow after a strong finish in the program’s sophomore campaign. The team lost only four members from last year’s group, so they return a fairly experienced roster. However, the Pioneers will have to prove themselves without their defensive cornerstone Janna Taylor and offensive workhorse Sam Case. The squad must also fill the leadership void left by core members Tricia Whitaker and Katie Warner. This should be accomplished by 10 returning players, four incoming freshmen and an experienced athlete in Megan Walker. Returning coaches Tommy Anderson and Michael Webb will mesh the raw offensive talents of the underclassmen, such as Sarah Moritz and Rebecca Matsko, with the defensive pressure of returning talent Delaney Roney and Charlotte Brady. Paige Mullen and Summer Borowski will be called upon to key the perimeter offense, while returning goalkeepers Suzi McClay and Corrine Hall are joined by Tori Campbell in the cage, as this young team strives to keep moving towards contention in the division.
Texas A&M University looks forward to a promising season with a return trip to the Texas Division title game. Led by seniors Jennifer Bryson, Margaret O’Brien and Lauren McMaster, along with junior Sarah Powers and graduate student Rachel Edwards, the Aggies will seek to rebound from a third place finish in the division last year. With key returning players, including Jenna Stewart, Julie Craig, Kylie Suddendorf, Kimbre Watkins and Katie Spiekermann, and talented new players Meredith Gregory, Melanie Goodman and Myriam Fillion, the Aggies are gearing up to claim the program’s fourth division title since 2001. Texas State University comes into the 2013 season with big goals and fresh faces. Last season the Bobcats made their first appearance in the division championship game, but fell short of a trip to the National Collegiate Club Championship by falling to the University of Texas. The Bobcats look to continue their tradition of climbing up the Texas Division standings each year by making another appearance in the championship game. With the help of seasoned veterans and talented freshmen the outlook for their first division title is bright. Three time All-Conference selections Jackie Flynn and Olivia Grice return to lead the team on offense. The duo’s versatility and experience will anchor the team. Returning starters Traci Williams and Allix Nelson will add incredible speed and defensive strength to the lineup as well. Emily Pozzi will be a force to be reckoned with as a two-meter guard, while transfer students Richelle Harvey, Nichole Libby and Colleen Grady will add depth and strength to the Bobcats’ perimeter. Freshman goalie Victoria Moreno and returning netminder Paige Vidal will share responsibilities in leading the Texas State defense.
Texas Tech University
Beginning its sixth season in the Collegiate Water Polo Association, Texas Tech University has a few new players who will be good additions to the team. Last year, the Red Raiders were a young team, something a year of experience playing together will correct in 2013.
University of Texas
The University of Texas Longhorns enter the 2013 season with the anticipation of great outcomes after a successful year. In 2012, the Longhorns placed first in the Texas Division and went on to finish 11th at the National Collegiate Club Championship at Florida State University. Look for great things from Texas as the Longhorns battle for the program’s seventh consecutive Texas Division title game appearance and sixth championship (2002, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012). Check out videos, live streaming, archived broadcasts & other multimedia content at www.collegiatewaterpolo.org/Multitmedia or
TEXAS DIVISION Rice University
Rice University, which lost six of its core members to graduation in the spring, is in the midst of a rebuilding campaign that will force the Owls to field a young team. Juniors Meaghan Ryan and Renee Gonzalez hope to lead the team through a competitive season, while sophomores Carly Biedul and Amy Hilton are hoping to dominate the scoreboard. Freshman Julia Grasse will be a key player, as she has speed and the drive to win. Julia Kwok, Shannon McKearnan and Elizabeth Finley all come from strong swimming backgrounds, so look for a burst of energy from the offense as the Owls work to bring a championship home for the first time since the 2003 through 2006 seasons.
TEAM ROSTERS SOUTHERN DIVISION Brown University
Head Coach: Felix Mercado 1 Sarah Shin 1A Evan Cranston 2 Emily McNamara 3 Emma Dodd 4 Madison Pepper 5 Rebecca Zak 6 Ally Hay 7 Olivia Santiago 8 Claudia Ruiz 9 Liz Rosen 10 Sarah Presant 11 Victoria Pierotti 12 Chloe Kempf 13 Katharine Booher 14 Kate Woods 15 Malaika Drebin 16 Zoe Aron 17 Kayla Stormont 18 Emily Klein 19 Megan Nolet 20 Mai Ly 21 Kristi Munoz 22 Raquel Louis
Jr. So. Jr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr.
Fullerton, Calif. Palo Alto, Calif. Winters, Calif. Pasadena, Calif. Baytown, Texas Carlsbad, Calif. Greenwich, Conn. Los Altos, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. San Anselmo, Calif. Poway, Calif. Newport Beach, Calif. Laguna Hills, Calif. Palo Alto, Calif. La Jolla, Calif. Palo Alto, Calif. San Francisco, Calif. Hilo, Hawaii Pleasanton, Calif. Saratoga, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. La Verne, Calif. Wellington, Fla.
Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr.
Mohnton, Pa. Chicago, Ill. Miami, Fla. Redwood City, Calif. Lake Forest, Ill. Enola, Pa. Pottstown, Pa. Ross, Calif. Houston, Texas Los Altos, Calif. Palo Alto, Calif. Carlisle, Pa.
Head Coach: John McBride 1 Rena Heim 2 Stephanie Ovalle 3 Julianne Valdes 4 Heather Smith 5 Emily Nowlin 6 Mackenzie Ferry 7 Lyndsey Marcheskie 8 Katherine DeRuff 9 Taylor Barnett 10 Sayeh Bozorghadad 11 Tara Murao 12 Hannah Sunday
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Barbara Peterson Martine McCarthy Krystle Morgan Eleanor Marrs Ashley Henderson Sarah Frank Samantha Deana Katie Fester
So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr.
Palo Alto, Calif. Studio City, Calif. Rowland Heights, Calif. Henderson, Nev. Chicago, Ill. Milford, Ohio Lansdale, Pa. Palos Verdes, Calif.
George Washington University Head Coach: Scott Reed 1 Chandler Vilander 1A Caterina Sesana 1B Jessie Sinkula 2 Allison Peotter 3 Jessie Hurd 4 Mikaela Pyrch 5 Katherine Berry 6 Rachael Bentley 7 Addy Colonia 8 Meagan Moreland 9 Megan Brolley 10 Ruti Zwick 11 Caroline Sandri 12 Erin Donoghue 13 Erin Dickson 14 Hannah Cox 15 McKinlee Hand 18 Allison Littlejohn
So. Fr. So. Gr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr.
Santa Barbara, Calif. Coral Gables, Fla. Cincinnati, Ohio Newport Beach, Calif. Pearland, Texas Denton, Texas Riverside, Calif. Riverside, Calif. Glenmoore, Pa. La Jolla, Calif. Delray Beach, Calif. Kula, Hawaii Hayward, Calif. Walnut Creek, Calif. Houston, Texas Burrey, B.C. Oviedo, Fla. Saline, Mich.
So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr.
Winter Park, Fla. Honolulu, Hawaii Santa Barbara, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Livermore, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Laguna Beach, Calif. Newport Beach, Calif. Boulder, Colo. La Jolla, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa. Honolulu, Hawaii
Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr.
Boca Raton, Fla. Napoleon, Ohio Granger, Ind. Darien, Ill. Commerce, Mich. Chicago, Ill. Worthington, Ohio Orlando, Fla. Jenison, Mich. Chicago, Ill. LaGrange, Ill. Boca Raton, Fla. Sacramento, Calif. Pleasant Hill, Calif. Chicago, Ill.
Head Coach: Ted Minnis 1 Ariel Dukes 2 Aisha Price 3 Charlotte Hendrix 4 Jamie Williams 7 Jelena Cyr 8 Rachel Lobato 9 Yoshi Andersen 10 Elise Molnar 11 Kalina Grabb 12 Victoria Frager 14 Christy DiSilvestro 16 Shayna Price
Head Coach: Curtis Robinette 1 Hannah Metzger 1A Jesse Sworden 2 Aleeyse Utech 4 Claire Manley 5 Ali Iaquinto 8 Stephanie Fernandez 9 Annie Blackman 10 Megan Marques 11 Trish Armstrong 12 Adriana Izquierdo 14 Allie Grimes 15 Kylie McCormick 17 Caillin Jope 18 Bella Hersh 20 Lisett Calderon
Head Coach: Luis Nicolao 1 Ashleigh Johnson 1A Erin Glenn 2 CeCe Coffey 3 Saranna Soroka 4 Ashley Hatcher 5 Camille Hooks 6 Molly McBee 7 Taylor Dunstan 8 Katie Rigler 9 Pippa Temple 10 Brittany Zwirner 11 Kimi Klein 12 Rachele Gyorffy 13 Jessie Holechek 14 Laura Martinez 15 Kelly Gross 16 Diana Murphy
Fr. So. So. Sr. So. So. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Fr.
Miami, Fla. San Mateo, Calif. West Hartford, Conn. Redondo Beach, Calif. Miami, Fla. Beverly Hills, Calif. Palos Verdes, Calif. New Canaan, Conn. Fullerton, Calif. Atherton, Calif. Santa Ana, Calif. Lafayette, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Laguna Beach, Calif. Menlo Park, Calif. Danville, Calif. Corona del Mar, Calif.
WESTERN DIVISION Gannon University
Head Coach: Don Sherman 1 Janelle Bartman 2 Katie Batten 3 Katelyn Jacobs 4 Adelee Choban 5 Rachel Bednarek 6 Janelle McDaniels 7 Kelsey Williams 8 Sydney Sabo 9 Kelsey Rzymek 10 Kelly Steininger 11 Tricia Gajewski 12 Shanen Lazenby 13 Bailey Gadd 14 Katie Vincent 16 Claire Smith 17 Erica Romanko 18 Mariah Hudson 19 Ashley Mann
Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr.
Darien, Ill. Erie, Pa. Brookfield, Ill. Wexford, Pa. Windermere, Fla. Edwardsville, Pa. Danville, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Erie, Pa. Vernon Hills, Ill. Fairview, Pa. Erie, Pa. Golden, Colo. Emmaus, Pa. Williamsport, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Milford, Ohio Blasdell, N.Y.
Head Coach: Alan Huckins 1A Haley Cox 2 Lily Gall 3 Natalie Seabourn 4 Allison Kosich 5 Kamila Zakirova 6 Sami Capparelli 7 Britt Tait 8 Cayley Tonkin 9 Sasha Freeborn 10 Lara Dendy Young 11 Lily Martinez 13 Jemma Dendy Young 17 Katie Ermakova 18 Kylie Traube 19 Laura Kuzma 21 Logan Reed 22 Kanani Mazzone
Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr.
El Segundo, Calif. Portland, Ore. Auckland, New Zealand Stockton, Calif. Almaty, Kazakhstan Miami, Fla. Nariong, NSW Australia Cape Town, South Africa Auckland, New Zealand Cape Town, South Africa Commerce, Calif. Cape Town, South Africa Columbia, Md.
Napean, Ontario Orlando, Fla.
Johannesburg, South Africa
Saline, Mich. Houston, Texas Kapolei, Hawaii
Head Coach: Barry King 1 Jessica Gaudreault 1A Mary Campbell
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 19 21
Erin Pannek Monique Kerstens Summer Creighton Katie Contreras Meghan Lappan Jakie Köhli Devon Peterson Shelby Taylor Carson Nestler Amanda Redfern Shae Fournier Shelley St. Omer Roy Alexis Jones Rebecca Gerrity Candyce Schroeder Hallie Lindsey Colleen McNaught
Fr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. So.
El Cajon, Calif. Gilroy, Calif. Winter Park, Fla.
Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. So. So. So. Jr.
Fullerton, Calif. Kiev, Ukraine Fallbrook, Calif. Newcastle, Calif. Freeland, Pa. Cincinnati, Ohio Hilo, Hawaii Maui, Hawaii Winter Springs, Fla. Hilo, Hawaii Steubenville, Ohio
Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.
North Vancouver, B.C. Burnaby, B.C. Poway, Calif. Calgary, Alberta Los Gatos, Calif. Goleta, Calif. Winnipeg, Manitoba Mechanicsburg, Pa. Mundelein, Ill. Marin, Calif. San Clemente, Calif. El Segundo, Calif. Dana Point, Calif.
Notre Dame College
Head Coach: Matt Kittle 1 Julie Vanderpool 2 Olena Orlova 3 Demi Barrett 4 Rachael Odell 5 Lucinda Darvell 8 Rachel Rust 11 Kanoe Lyons 13 Gina-Bella Mata’afa 14 Elena Williams 15 Ryenn Lyons 17 Angela Belback
Salem International University Head Coach: Rob Bullion 1/11 Vanessa Jones 4 Whitney Sanguinetti 5 Monique Hill 6 Aleena Harvey 8 Scarlett Moenkemueller 10 Nazira Mukhamejan 15 Kerinn Fields 17 Ariel Loftis
So. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So.
Jacksonville, Fla. Mount Vernon, N.Y. Mount Vernon, N.Y. Martinsburg, W. Va. Nassau, Bahamas Almaty, Kazakhstan Temecula, Calif. Gales Ferry, Va.
Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr.
Coronado, Calif. Naperville, Ill. El Segundo, Calif. Okemos, Mich. Canyon Lake, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Carlsbad, Calif. Danville, Calif. Atherton, Calif. Tustin, Calif. Orlando, Fla. Burlingame, Calif. Okemos, Mich. Burnaby, B.C. Costa Mesa, Calif. Lafayette, Calif. Coral Gables, Fla. Sacramento, Calif. Naperville, Ill. Willow Springs, Ill. Rolling Hills, Calif. Coral Gables, Fla. Los Altos, Calif.
University of Michigan
Head Coach: Matt Anderson 1 Alex Adamson 1A Julia Campbell, 1B Hayden Green 1C Nikki Baron 2 Lauren Thatcher 3 Kelsey Nolan 4 Elizabeth Williams 5 Kiki Golden 6 Hathaway Moore 7 Lauren Colton 8 Kelly Martin 9 Audrey Pratt 10 Lauren Dudley 11 Danielle Robinson 12 Presley Pender 13 Barbara Lanier 14 Sophie Hoegh 15 Bryce Beckwith 16 Emily Sejna 17 Kirby Kaptur 18 Katie Hazelrigg 19 Gabriella Serure 20 Natalie Naruns
21 Julia Riemersma 22 Ali Thomason 23 Katie Allison
Fr. Fr. Fr.
Kentwood, Mich. San Rafael, Calif. Worthington, Ohio
7 10 11 13 15 18
Ashley Parks Megan Bilko Krystal Gwynn Lauren Burrows Ashley Henderson Jocelyn Hinkle
Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So.
Westerville, Ohio Canonsburg, Pa. Irwin, Pa. North Canton, Ohio Lansing, Mich. Freeland, Pa.
Head Coach: Jennie Charlesworth 1 Anya Phillips So. 3 Chloe Kaulas Jr. 4 Maggie Mckenna Fr. 6 Rachel Harrington-Abrams Jr. 9 Zexin Nai Fr. 10 Adrienne Burgin So. 11 Sarah Shoemaker So. 13 Suzanne Oh Sr. 14 Hannah Currens Fr. 15 Elizabeth Nelson Sr. 16 Phoebe Marcus Jr. 18 Maddie Spolin So.
Geneva Fla. Chicago, Ill. Palo Alto, Calif. Berkeley, Calif. Singapore Walnut Creek, Calif. Saratoga, Calif. Waukesha, Wis. Frederick, Md. Grand Rapids, Mich. Carmel, Calif. Palo Alto, Calif.
DIVISION III Carthage College
Head Coach: Andy Bax 1 Ashley McGhee 3 Kelly Baumgartner 4 Sammi Craig 6 Jordan Crocker 8 Jackie Knightly 9 Tya Crosse 12 Charlene Hoffman 14 Megan Gillis 15 Hannah Duke 17 Ember McCoy 19 Amanda Kuchan Alt. Amanda Boothe Alt. Colleen Koepke Alt. Erin McCook Alt. Mikaela McGovern Alt. Lisa Michalowski
So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.
Chicago, Ill. Orland Hills, Ill. Chicago Ridge, Ill. Elk Grove Village, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Corona, Calif. Palatine, Ill. Jenison, Mich. Schaumburg, Ill. Aurora, Ill. Orland Park, Ill. Wauconda, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Long Grove, Ill. Oconomowoc, Wisc. Vernon Hills, Ill.
Sr. Fr. So. So. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr.
Guilford, Conn. Napa, Calif. Greenacres, Fla. Chicago, Ill. Manhattan Beach, Calif. Collegeville, Pa. South Pasadena, Calif. Baie-d’Urfe, Quebec Sudbury, Mass. Lexington, Mass. Shelter Island, N.Y. Windsor, Conn. Chicago, Ill. Saline, Mich. Reading, Pa.
Sr. So. Jr. Fr.
San Luis Obispo, Calif. Belmont, Mich. North Wales, Pa. Bloomfield, Mich.
Connecticut College Head Coach: JJ Addison 1 Pamela Lovejoy 1A Ashley Amey 2 Nicolle Jasbon 3 Karen Cardona 4 Megan Wright 5 Kate Jacobson 7 Naomi Krieger 8 Kelsey Millward 9 Gracie Miller 10 Maia Taft 11 Shelter Wein 12 Ciara Beaulieu 13 Isabelle Baneux 18 Abigail Wrobleski 21 Kristin Lampley
Grove City College
Head Coach: Rachel Griepsma 1 Amanda Johnston 2 Lauren Hulsebus 3 Kristi Baur 5 Kira Okray
Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Head Coach: Joe Tristan 1 Elizabeth Causgrove 2 MaryEllen Spooner 3 Paula Rusca 6 Hannah Kelly 7 Alex Isaacson 11 Mary Therese Causgrove 12 Sarah Jelinek 13 Emi Spicher
Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So.
Erie, Pa. Lock Haven, Pa. Chicago, Ill. Elizabeth, Pa. Williamsport, Pa. Erie, Pa. Warren, Pa. Dubois, Pa.
Head Coach: Erin Knight 1 Ali Templin 2 Gwen Joyce 3 Jennifer Persio 4 Merideth Tice 5 Mariana Kazakids 7 Jessice Schumann 8 Madison Christoff 9 Katie Snyder 10 Tara Williams 11 Alice Thai 12 Michelle Allen 13 Rebecca Morgan 15 Jordan Hess 19 Sarah Parker 20 Evelyn Kurzac
So. Sinking Springs, Pa. So. Walden, N.Y. Sr. Cheshire, Conn. Jr. Hershey, Pa. Fr. Philadelphia, Pa. Fr. Nashua, N.H. So. Danville, Calif. So. East Greenville, Pa. Fr. Holt, Mich. Fr. Pearland, Texas Sr. Canton, Mass. Sr. Utica, N.Y. Jr. Victor, N.Y. Sr. Dover, N.H. Jr. Mundelein, Ill.
Washington & Jefferson College Head Coach: Jeremiah O’Neil 1/11 McKenzie Graf 1A/18 Charlotte Lima 2 Allison Rocha 3 Jessica Sweitzer 4 Sara Boldt 5 Rachel Clauss 6 Gabriele Rodriguez 7 Randi Cartwright 8 Catherine Villa 10 Margot Wummer 12 Gabrielle Addison 13 Kelsey Leis 14 Dana Wieber 22 Aly Fishbough
Sr. So. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr.
Mechanicsburg, Pa. Brooklyn, N.Y. New Lenox, Ill. Laurel, Md. Grand Haven, Mich. South Pasadena, Calif. Burbank, Calif. Holt, Mich. Poway, Calif. Havertown, Pa. Plano, Texas Flourtown, Pa. Collegeville, Pa. Exeter, Calif.
TEAM ROSTERS BIG TEN DIVISION Indiana University 1 2 3 4 7 10 11 12 14 16 17 18 19 20 21
Giovannina Penze Kayla Ebert Paige Dunlap Kara Bosman Katie French Kelsey Hoey Natalie Pyrz Chelsea Pesesky Erica Brask Cheyenne Montijo Gena Wendt Sharon Sturnfield Lindsey Tamulonis Maggie Howison Kimberly Chomym
Michigan State University 1 Lindsey Averill 1A Hailey Sheats 1B Rachel Dylewski 2 Allie Gerras 3 Allison LaSota 4 Taylor Downs 5 Diana Steele 6 Christina Weston 7 Sarah Allaben 8 Melissa Downing 9 Somers Smott 10 Abby Bice 11 Jen Himle 12 Brianna Graves 13 Ashley Hutchinson 14 Melissa Vesey 15 Jen Oesterling 16 Michaela Betts 17 Arielle Viviano 18 Lisa Crompton 19 Lauren Morrison 20 Remy Gijsbers 21 Angela Porta 22 Emily Kolean 23 Tori Shields 24 Katie Eisley 25 Andrea Gabrion Alt. Lauren Baywol Alt. Maia Bolhuis Alt. Morgan Weber
5 6 7 9 10 11 11 12 13 13 14 15 16 16 17 17 18
Alyssa Titus Erika Scheetz Andrea Acus Fran Rivas Katelyn Heath Alexandra Barnhart Carly Haller Megan Harberts Aron Wolfson Rachel Creevy Yasmine Ghoddoosi Laura Guinness Jacqueline Yurkoski Katie Johanni Erika Beck Tammy Katz Emma Hirshman
1 Aubree Anton 1A/15 Agnus Lijowska 2 Chelsea Olson 3 Katherine Pike 5 Susan Engemann 6 Jill Walsh 7 Megan Plank 8 Carina Whaley 9 Claire Lang 10 Eliza Dixon 11 Katie Groff 12 Julie Oswald 13 Kaitlyn Cashin 14 Maya Antolin 16 Devon Tamm 17 Adrienne Shoemaker 18 Melissa Landers 19 Sarah Stark 20 Lara Wlezien 22 Amanda Gregus
University of Illinois 1 Kaitlyn Webb 2 Emily Schiavone 3 Erika Wickstrom 4 Caroline Tarwid 5 Mary Dorman 6 Libby Burkman 7 Karen Lowry 8 Jelena Bates 9 Lily Corona 10 Katie Nelson 11 Camilla Dziura 12 Nora Sweeney 13 Corissa Lee 14 Amy Slana 15 Madeline Urban 16 Vera Iwankiw 17 Leah Malsom 18 Jill Grachan 19 Michelle Kelley 20 Nelly Read 21 Heather Murphy 22 Therese O’Toole 23 Catherine Vivado 24 Sara Heunisch 25 Hannah Feutz 26 Janet Skukas 27 Liz Burke 28 Kristi Harris Alt. Rachel Lauter Alt. Michelle Mayer Alt. Eleni Murphy Alt. Erin Prohammer Alt. Brigette Walsh
University of Iowa 1 2 3
Katie Kopale Maria Palladino Jillian Nagle Michelle Durkin Liz Wilson Stephanie Nolan Christine Roenitz Rebecca Robinson Dominique Porto
University of Michigan 1 Kate Woods 2 Hannah Poulson 3 Melissa Burke 4 Meline’ Topouzian 5 Jessica Ford 6 Alyssa Keimach 7 Ani Gregorian 8 Diane Schroth 9 Katarina Fabre 10 Andrea Dantus 11 Sarah Abel 12 Clio Finnegan 13 Maeve Daly 14 Julia Braganini 15 Vickie Otto 16 Nayeli Langarica 17 Arianna Armin 18 Tess Van Gorder 19 Kassia Zalewski 20 Martha Alves 21 Paula Finnegan 22 Elyse DeShaw Alt. Lexie Beemer Alt. Hannah Cole Alt. Corinne Cramer Alt. Lainah Hanson Alt. Sophia Haoui Alt. Sarah Hiltner Alt. Kate Huizenga Alt. Melissa Knight Alt. Ellis O’Connor Alt. Taylor Pfershy Alt. Sierra Schatz Alt. Shannon Scheel Alt. Anne Spence Alt. Meg Stando Alt. Alex Wagner
University of Wisconsin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Ohio State University 1 1A 1B 2 4
Stephanie Nolan Stephanie Ter Bush Rachel Cortez
7 9 10 11 14 15 17 19 20
Lindsay Morrison Stephanie Gac Alyssa Stahlgren Julilyn Brown Erin McCormick
April Simpson Jen Kitscha Sarah Olney Mary Kate Gavigan Jessie Lustman Carrie Nacht Bekka Grady Katie Schelbel
9 11 12 13 14 20 Alt. Alt.
Welle Huening Rachel Murphy Katie Moy Jackie Taylor Hazelwood Natalie Dickinson Sara Devitt Melissa Hileman Maddie West
HEARTLAND DIVISION Augustana College 1 3 4 5 6 8 10 11 12 13 19 20
Laura Pemberton Emily Timmons Janelle Gothner Kailey Lewis Kristin Molloy Catherine Pittman Angelique Punt Heather Stratton Emma Regnier Yvonne Skrzypczak Jamie Graf Emily Matuseski
1/9 Shanti Penprase 1A/6 Ilana Crankshaw 2 Catherine Christenson 3 Molly Wootten 4 Samantha Sharpe 5 Nora Cassidy 7 Schuyler Rowe 8 Alison Coogan 10 Sarah Carter 11 Kelly Kapsar 12 Nikki Rhodes 14 Courtney Dufford
Grinnell College 1 1A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Riley Mangan Elena Jaffer Sara Hannemann Kristina De La Torre Jenna Beeler Nikki Pyle Kate Klesner Michelle Tsai Meagan Mckinstry Amanda Nooter Maddy Pesch Linda Omana Beth Gillig
Illinois State University 1 2 3 4 5 6
Grace Williamson Taylor Zarifis Jenny Pawelski Phoebe Del Greco Emily Koss Sam Matuszewski
7 9 12 13 14 16 17
Cara Stack Katherine Soens Nicki Olszewski Emily Bornoff Michelle Allen Rachel Matthews Cristin Colgan
Iowa State University 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12
Nicole Lane Cecily Paldino Abby Elston Paula Coryn Kathryn Emerson Erin Gilligan Danielle Chitty Paige Baenen Julia Trausch Addie Reis Corrine Stoffel
Knox College 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Anna Claypool Madeline Troy Taylor Wayment Morgan Mannen Susannah Lodge-Rigal Nicolette Laird Brittany Knowlton Kaylie Prince
Lindenwood University 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Jadin Kidson-Trigg Emily Caise Candice Cherry Arianna Conger Ashley Juby Christat Khatcherian Meghann Kopecky Kayla Kutinac Marlee Lyons Deana Mendoza Danielle Patrick Paige Reeb
Monmouth College 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 20
Julie Samuelson Sarah Zaubi Bev Krueger Erica McAloon Corrine Kellerhals Clarissa Henby Cindy Herrera Claire McGuire Simone Padron Corina Salinas Morgan Bruess Danielle Gordon Megan Zaubi Stephanie Komaniecki Erin Willhite Amanda Zaidel Olivia Haines
Saint Louis University 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 25
Abbie Marone Cami Haas Rachel Krebsback Taylor Phillips Sara Fasching Meghan Kosman Ashley Burk Kate Sulkowski Paige Nelson Audrey VonBorstel Lizzie Puzniak Christine Southall Alyssa Dodson Nora Plank Bridget Chadwick Merette Khalil Claire Fleming Abbie Marone Nikki Panozzo Annie Collins Julie Schmitt Meredith Havekost
Saint Maryâ€™s University (Minn.) 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14
Anna Smaron Kristin Wilkes Kaitlyn McClay Abby Kratzke Sivan Fogel Tessa Scalon Eli Arnold Melissa Radamacher Ashling Mehan Anne Recker
University of Minnesota 1 1A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
Natalie Tisdale Cassie Stone Kira May JoAnne Pohl Julie Plewa Alex Martinez Hannah Grunewald Callie Conners Chloe Imhoff Sarah Klyman Jaime Wilt Jess Graf Alyssa Wilt Becky Alexander Bethany Drebing Anna Helein Melissa Cassel Molly Kuchan
Washington University in Saint Louis (Mo.) 1 Elizabeth Perkins 1A Haley Moore 2 Christian Del Rio 3 Daryl Stein 4 Betsy Crowder 5 Meg Summa 6 Helen You 7 Kristen Faddis 8 Rasa Guarnaccia 9 Roni Rebish 10 Karie Nickle 11 Kelly Halpin 12 Emily Luken 13 Mary Reischmann
4 Kelly Cavanaugh 5 Liz Zwicker 6 Kelly King 7 Tori Ward 8 Shelby Bryant 9 Stephanie Goetz 10 Kimmy Pepe 11 Lauren Davis 12 Allie McShea 13 Anna Davis 14 Hannah Holloway 15 Cori Howard 16 Emily Bates 17 Brigitte Wendel 18 Abby Butcher 19 Anna Panacek 20 Aiden Newcity 21 Katie Bergerud 22 Cassandra Kilkenny 23 Christina Choi Alt. Torie Coppa Alt. Krista Meiers
Pennsylvania State University
14 Audrey Magnowski 15 Naomi Ebstein 16 Audrey Buatois 17 Margaux Bavlsik 18 Haley Moore Alt. Alexandra Rhodes Alt. Allison Rhodes
MID-ATLANTIC DIVISION Carnegie Mellon University 1 2 3 4 5 6
Robin Reidl Erica Moore Faith Clayton Alice Tripp Julia Atwood Brenna Flatley
7 8 9 10 11 13 15 16 17 18
Ashley Disbrow Rachel Leksana Paige Davison Janay Parrish Melanie Jasper Gloriana Redondo Maria Tartaglia Hannelie Mostert Kaeli Halbersleben Hannah Polack
Duke University 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Susan Rhea Anna Gonzales Birdie Rodriguez Ali Putnam Thanh-Ha Nguyen Arielle Brackett Shannon Kalsow Chelsea Wolfe
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Eva Bahnuk Rachael Clark Molly Rosenstein Bobby Lee Kelsey Tarzia Maryann Verghese Carolyn Dugas Jessie Smit Justine Sinnaeve Emily Laub Kyrstin Lulow Meghan Cesarz Christine Becks
James Madison University 1 1A 1B 2 3
Erin Oâ€™Brien Caitlin Van Der Grinten Torrie Revell Julie Vetal Chelsea Verdin
1 Lara Kaiserian 2 Madeline Wagner 3 Lauren Ulsh 4 Alison Filippelli 5 Dena Feinberg 6 Molly McWilliams 7 Shannon Harrop 8 Alexandra Murty 9 Rebekah Hoffner 10 Meredith Cinciripino 11 Paisley Muller 12 Meghan Hayn 13 Everleigh Stokes 14 Katharine Kinderwater 15 Christin DeMoss 16 Gwendolyn Petersen 17 Joy Aumiller 18 Colleen Keast 19 Allison Lederer 20 Lauren Shevchek 21 Kristin Schneider 22 Kimberly Ashmead 23 Ana Greenberger 24 Olga Vinogradova Alt. Jenna Bednar Alt. Chelsea Edwards Alt. Samantha Jarmul Alt. Lindsay Musoleno Alt. Laura Navitsky Alt. Nicole Pocetti Alt. Kelsey Wetzel
University of North Carolina 1 2 3 4
Rachel Gentry Emily Chapin Kelli Avalos Katharine Bailey
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Lindsay Loyd Lily Bowers Barbara Cole Hannah Davis Metta Longo Aubrey Germ Katie Lott Sarah Lahidji Sydney Narayan Emily Wheeler Laura Seidel Mari Moss Gabby Schluter Ashley Gremel Eleanor Brightbill Sophia Potepalov Adriene Reavis
University of Pennsylvania 1 1A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Olivia Lenz Orysia Bezpalko Arielle Abovich Alex Friedman Christine Winiarz Schmidt Martina Merlo Julia Zhang Claire Shimberg Aliya Saigol Jennie Lynch Jessica Guzman Alex Golub Yvonne Eber Dana Decinque Megan Smith Leah Alminana Devon Maclaughlin Michelle Hogan Ally Zucker Jen Goldsack Mariana Frias Luisa Patino
University of Pittsburgh 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21
Natalie Benoy Aly Mance Melissa Rudolph Maggie Saludis Amelia Haney Tori Zitzka Leah McCarthy Kate Pepple Teresa Capasso Rhianne Lowe Kait Devaney Caroline Bresee Sam Chamberlin Lori Jefferson Emily Kosenske Katie Nyman Natalie Polito Kelley Colopietro Kelsey Herbst Cori Plesko
18 Emily Holladay 19 Kim Barren 20 Shelby Shaffer
University of Virginia 1 1A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Emily Voreas Sydney Collins Molly Cudahy Meghan Overend Sydney Collins Meghan Hardman Claire Curran Kate Donaldson Katrina Boyd Christine Pajewski Courtney Crane Renee Bogda Leah Alley Ashley McHugh Vanessa Rave Hannah Backman Kate Rader Kayla Kent Annie Cohen Karen Blaha Mary Delmonte
MIDWEST DIVISION Grand Valley State University 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 18 28
Virginia Poly. Institute & State University 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 22
Kristin Gunther Julie Lotz Michelle Murgia Allie Hay Molly Boal Sarah Bomberger Madison Moore Taryn Horr Katie McIver Rachel Potts Kiara Franco Michelle Gervasio Hannah Kazem Rachel Pudik Kathryn McNeil Claire Hybl Jane Gates Kerry Sutherland Erica Palladino Nikita Raley
Miami University (Ohio) 1 2 3 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
West Chester University 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17
Aurora Hennigar Rhandi Hicok Caitlyn Ritter Stephanie Spruit Marne Little Jordan Yaakoby Morgan Kamps Brandi Fase Jessica Hinderer Courtney Weyhing Elisabeth Bradley Cat Fischer Kelsey Cubbage Nikita Netjes Alicia Bouma Alex White Julie Warren
Sarah Gurgal Erin Meingossner Alexis Detweiler Olivia Dekmar Casey Fitzsimmons Natasha Snyder Kaycee Sullivan Mady Price Mads Schueren Jeannie Grieve Jill Whitmire Emily Smulowitz Leah Adams Tiffany Moss Marissa DeMichele Sarah Gurgal
Amy Trace Megan Foster Anna Tenny Jane Gleaves Emily Terzic Maddy Champion Sayali Sakhardande Hannah Cox Katie Hunt Brittany Parker Alex Thiele Emily Potter
19 Natalie Heltman 21 Kristin Moorman 22 Nichole Riemen 23 Lauren Checchin 24 Sam del Prado 26 Shannon Conerty 27 Erinn Arbeznik 28 Grace Culver 29 Julia Corsini Alt. Brooke Fanslow Alt. Zara Wysockey
1/6 Samantha Stewart 1A/19 Morgan Crawford 3 Julianne Rushton 4 Alexandra Gerbasi 7 Caitlyn Stewart 8 Madelyn Robinson 9 Macy DiRienzo 10 Jacqueline Barnes 11 Natalie Tzap 12 Talia Cobb 13 Anna Winstead 14 Gwendolyn Storch 15 Erin Maloney 16 Julia Pandorf 17 Mary Dodson 20 Teresa Finch 21 Kimberly Petty
University of Notre Dame 1 1A 1B 2 3 4 5 6
Sarah Fleming Megan Olson Nora Eder Alex Whelan Danielle Butler Rhyan White Adriana Austgen Anastasia Hansen
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24
Shannon Sullivan Colleen Fricke Maddie Renezeder Rachael Glenister Megan Ellis Jenny Markowski Ellen Dowling Megan McCormick Maria McGuire Christina Stylianou Kathleen Schiavenza Megan McAveeney Maddie Wimberly Victoria Anglin Laura McCoy Madison Faller
8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
NEW YORK DIVISION Colgate University
Wheaton College 1 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17
Elsemarie DeVries Nora Lugo Jaclyn Fortier Linley Sullivan Hannah Hibbs Chelsea Medic Emma Huebner Johanna Depenthal Morgan Sorenson Hannah Barnes Michelle Hee Emily Bellfi Elizabeth Movius
NEW ENGLAND DIVISION Boston College 1 1A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Heather Berryhill Liz Miller Laura Simko Beth Romano Liz Titterton Jacquelyn Hay Diana Angelini Elizabeth Ronan Mary Kate Nolan Erin Mahoney Julia Siegel Lindsay Cellar Meredith Behm Madi DiZinno Delia Ridge-Creamer Mary Keeley Colleen Hughes Gillian Walsh Hannah Garrigan Chrissy Suchy Marisa Immormino Laura Goodell
Dartmouth College 1 2
Shelley Wenzel Margaret Rollins
Katie Feder Sam Petti Erica Bucki Lisa Liu Caroline Wilson Sophie Montgomery Sophie Brigstocke Caroline Kaufman Alice Murphy Sallie Lau Helen Tang
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18
Katie Lachance Grace McDevitt Kellie MacPhee Caitlin Flint Kathryn MacNaughton Sofiya Taskova Lisa Rennels Diksha Buatham Cat Donahoe Kristen Flint Kiki Hocheder Natalie Cantave Winnie Yoe Emily Holt
17 Masha Lafen 19 Amanda Mulligan
Northeastern University 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 11 12 13 17
Middlebury College 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 13 14
Casey Watters Sam Simas Samantha Horn Olivia Noble Emily Caffry Holly Burke Kayla Bauhaus Hannah Grotzinger Audrey Tolbert Andrea Tibbetts Lauren Davidson Maddie Jackson
Becca Crider Kelsey Higbie Maya Spencer Shameem Jamil Valerie Courtney Cassandra Buzby Claire Depew Mara Silka Becca Yukelson Kelly Egan Erika Nothnagel
United States Coast Guard Academy Roster not available
Williams College 1 1A 2 3 4 6 7
Anna Marrs Emma Benjamin Anna Silberstein Carrie Chu Claire Seizovic Elise Baker Sarah Thompson
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
Danielle Osman Melissa Ericksen Kelsie Anson Michelle Bradley Amanda Molinari Caroline Atlas Sara Reese Kate Dugdale Julia Ceglowski Anna Heil Alexis Benoit Alison Coopersmith Liz Stratton Alex Shapiro Sara Ebner Lindsay Kahlbaugh Rebecca Gellar Mallory Hart Anika Pack
Columbia University 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
Rachel Garfinkel Shani Watler Robyn Smith Sydney Forrester Michelle Kirel Kaitlin Poladian Catey Pease Danielle Aronowitz Elizabeth Williams Rachel Tang Libby Fortin Kara Koetje Kristina Kordesch Emily Munro Karen Gao Melissa Bai Becky Simonsen Shruti Parikh Gwen Gallagher
Cornell University 1 2 3 4
Paige Berger Meghan Furton Michelle Parke Jessica Sneed
5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 20 21
Mary Fisher Tiffany Willacy April Schneider Rebecca Schneider Erica Taylor Orbi Ish-Shalom Kate Alexander Katrina Curtiss Marissa Lopez Sara Morales Brie Reid Heidi Rausch Isabel Stonehouse
New York University 1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10
Sabrina Mercado Dylan Tisch Miller Kate Montomery Ilse Paanakker Megan Patten Alisa Salim Tomi Suzuki Elaine Thompson
Syracuse University 1 2 3 4 5 7 15 17 21
Isabel Firpo Neychla Abreu Kelsey Ohira Alex Mantzoros Cynthia Shwe Claire Rupert Emma Gregg Kimi Loughlin Alissa Meagher
7 Julia Ardila 8 Debbie Wong 9 Zoe Hurley 10 Catherine Xenakis 11 Allie DeLillo 12 Kelia Cowan 15 Rachel Mahler 16 Spencer Baldacci 17 Olivia Wade 18 Olena Kowal 19 Lauren Wynne Alt. Brianna Bickley Alt. Colleen Cleary Alt. Katy Cooke Alt. Amy Hicks Alt. Madina Mukhambetzhanova
NORTH ATLANTIC DIVISION Bates College 2 11 12 14 16 18 Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt.
Catherine Sparks Emilie Geissinger Beverly Levene Jessica Cooper Santina Snow Caroline Hinkle Hannah Archibald Emily Barsamian Ashley Brooks Sarah Bouchard Olivia Boueri Caroline Holme Julie Kang Hannah Lutz Julia Mongeau Jacqueline Paredes Chloe Read Anne Schwarzwalder Jessica Segal Hannah Siegel Rebecca Smith Alexandra Zink
Bowdoin College 1 1A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Boston University 1A 1B 2 4 6
Lia Breunig Bridget Eastes Shireen Kheradpey Elizabeth Rubel Christie Tang
Sarah Hirschfeld Gabi Serrato Marks Mai Kristofferson Kiran Pande Christine Walder Patty Boyer Theresa Faller Kaley Kokomoor Lela Garner Oliva Pfeifer Katie Carter
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1 1A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
Andrea Dubin Charlotte Swasey Jaclyn Belleville Taylor Pearl Calley Murphy Marion Cosson Sami Harper Anne LaBine Helen Feng Katie Lee Lauren Hernley Teri Oehmke Kathryn Buggs Chrystelle Kiang Cecilia Viggiano Jenn Tilton Laura Stoppel Becky Romatoski Sarah Fay Alyssa Boros Ola Kalinowska Kelly Cheng Kate Candon Lyndsy Muri Rin Yunis
Wellesley College 1 2 3 4
Genia Nizkorodov Emma Mrkonic Madison Taylor Mackenzie Hempe
5 Roza Trilesskaya 6 Luisa S. Reyes 7 Elena Quijano 8 Jazzie Akaka 9 Bailey Desmond 10 Lindsey Shepardson 11 Catherine Johnson 12 Alex Poon 13 Megan Lambert 14 Liz Torres 15 Sally Shepardson 16 Rin Mohan 17 Bristol Gunderson 18 Tali Marcus 19 Helen Walsh 20 Shivani Kuckreja Alt. Ika Kovacikova
1 Mary Kate Dilworth 1A/9 Sophie Engelstein 2 Taylor Nicolas 3 Megan Phelan 4 Sara Kahanamoku-Snelling 5 Margaret Lazzarini 6 Natalia Dashan 7 Samantha Garcia 8 Kate Byron 10 Maggie Brown 11 Helena Gali 12 Mariah Gill 13 Brittany Robinson 15 Cindy Li 16 Gianna Fote
NORTHWEST DIVISION Central Washington University 1 2 3 5 7 14 15 17 18
Sara Jane Kay Alyssa Thrasher Marissa Tucker Sarah Rogers Kelsie Summit Samantha Allen Jennifer MacKenzie Shona Walker Nicole Noel
Oregon State University 1 1A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Hannah Smith Mandy Kiger Karin Rottman Kayley Klemencic Alex Walker Rachel Braun Juliana Rose Collins Jenny Conrad Ellen Svadlenak Margaret Nagle
10 11 12 13 14 15
Sarah Montague Tracy Mezger Casey O’Neill Sara Tompkins Margarita Nilsen Lauren Revoir
Portland State University 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Morgan Jones Courtney Bird Tori Buck Carly Orozco Bronte Loewen-Thomas Lisa Gibson Ann Coughlin Sarah Mitich Rachel Lotz Chelsea Lambert
University of Oregon “A” 1 Ashley Shaffer 2 Brett Higgins 4 Sam Pruesner 5 Shelby Hansen 6 Brittney Haley 7 Kristin Bronson 10 Jeanette Lo 11 Keely Hasset 13 Marcella Starkey 14 Cheyenne Savoie 15 Erin McConaghy
University of Oregon “B” 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13
Emily England Jenness Howery Sam Pruesner Andi Kohen Emily Greenwood Kristen Kelly Kaysea Dahalstrom Torey Kootoosedes Choe Talbert Ginger Werner Sasha Salenko
14 15 16 17 20 21
Maren Dent Nicole Green Lil Frey Melissa Thomas Catherine Noring Christina Day
University of Washington (Wash.) “A” 1/10 Rebecca McIntyre 2 Angelica Garza 3 Kayla Eychner 4 Danielle Flanagan 6 Rosanne Greenway 7 Ashley-Anne Feria 8 Arianna Delsman 11 Melaine Coyne 12 Soleil Roberts 13 Rian Morgan 18 Jungyun (Rachel) Kim 20 Rachel Ellison
University of Washington (Wash.) “B” 1 2 3 4 5 9 14 15 17 19 21
Miao (Molly) Zhang Kat Ost Esteli Garcia Megan Leyds Alyssa Loverin Krystal Henry Samantha Murphy Madison Shipley Abbi Helfer Angela Wang Marissa Rydzewski
Western Washington University
1/17 Sarah Naglich 1A/11 Teslin Maclaren 2 Laura Ledesma 3 Hannah Kinniburgh 4 Stephanie Babb 5 Allison Maynes
6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21
Danielle DiPiro Adriane Banks Sadie Naglich Sofia Velling Emma Lieuwen Sarah King Amanda Mika Mia Ratto Taylor Mozzone Amy Martin Faith Taylor Megan Maynes Marina Stoermer Emilie DeMun
PACIFIC COAST DIVISION California Polytechnic State University 1 1A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 17 18 19 21
Morgan Rollo Erica McLean Caitlin Moran Wendy Dorr Katy Tomalenas Alyssa Quiroz Helen Compton Leah Ashley Danika Felix Casey Clark Chloe Janda Rebecca Gregg Sophie Calhoun Jordan Bell Julia Hill Katy Knollin Kristy Avis Andrea Govea
San Diego State University 1 Pilar Odom 1A Katie Enstead 1B Lauren Swann
1C 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
Sarah Sweeney Sierra Warren Kelsie Gleason Hannah Moreno Agatha Socha Veronica Coffer Amy Daneke Sara Zevalkink Allison Tester Mikayla Fletcher Carolina Conway Aria Leonard Emily Meerdink Alexis Casteneda Christy Fernandez Tara Ueno Lindsey Morris Natalie Parker Raquel Casal Rocha
University of CaliforniaLos Angeles “A” 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 14 16
Andrea Limones Dorit Stein Ali Niswonger Kelsey Woldt Kailey Rendon Danielle Brummett Bridgette Hassett Lauren Hickey Rachel Novelli Allie Light
University of CaliforniaLos Angeles “B” 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 13
Madeline Berger Courtney Christensen Lucia Bertero Kelly Darmawan Marlyn Pulido Rachel Davidson Rachel Frenklak Klarissa Reynoso Alyssa Jordan
15 Laura Boardman 17 Kathryn Rambo
University of CaliforniaSan Diego Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt.
Christy Armstrong Tessa Arsenault Laurel Ball Shannon Carcelli Morgan Cundiff Ellen Esch Brittany Fitzgerald Nancy Gao Michaela Hudson Audry Kim Christa Lam Elise Legallet Joelle Maag Zaida Munoz Zenia Munoz Vazquez May Ng Racheal Owyeung Anna Polovina Summer Quintana Parinda Sukavivatanachai Deanna Tran
University of CaliforniaSanta Barbara
1 Katie Avila 1A Danielle Freeman 2 Katie Owens 3 Katie Westrup 4 Frankie Puerzer 5 Kalani Durham 6 Kat Majdick 7 Hillary Niel 8 Shelby Cleland 9 Hannah Aguirre 10 Rebecca Waid 11 Molly Connolly 12 Mia Tittle 13 Alyson Huber 14 Faith Aguirre 15 Lauren Kaye 16 Heather Borke-Klempfner 17 Silke Bachhuber Alt. Charlotte Abrahamson Alt. Emily Fisher Alt. Kendall Hoshko Alt. Alicia Macler Alt. Tahnia Mark Alt. Kayla Rodrigues Alt. Amy Wolf
University of Southern California 1 2 3 4 5 6
Katie Murphy Nicole Talion Ali Battat Courtney Sandlin Allara Uota Jen Marshall
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 21
Eleanor Abreo Nicole Shadman Alanna Waldman Nicola Welch Rica Maestas Michelle Arra Hailey Gill Mary Hakimeh Kat Breiding Mia Koci Renae DiBartolomeo Abbi Grabow Bo Moran
SIERRA PACIFIC DIVISION California State University -Chico 1 Tayma Ueltzen 1A/17 Kaitie Franklin 1B/18 Elise McFarland 2 Chelsea Doench 3 Andie Rittinger 4 Jamie Elliot 5 Kelly Whitney 6 Candice Walker 7 Emily Dymond 8 Maddie Gates 9 Rachel Brearley 10 Tori Loomis 11 Katie Driesenga 12 Kaitlyn Tolin 13 Katie Waal 14 Sarina Schnekenburger 15 Makenzie King 16 Kacie Gin 19 Samantha McGregor 20 Chelsea Wells 21 Adrienne Beaudreau 22 Marissa Buschow 23 Rachel Robledo
Saint Mary’s College (Calif.) Roster not available
University of CaliforniaBerkeley
1/8 Sarah Futoran 1B/11 Rachel Noia 3 Cassie Niino 4 Elizabeth Brown 5 Kayla Gilmore 6 Kristene Lauck 7 Nicole Greene 10 Angel Noyes 12 Andrea Errotabere 13 Summer Viengxay 14 Shauna Rush 21 Marisa Muro
1 1A 1B 1C 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 16 17 18
California State University -Maritime Academy
University of CaliforniaDavis “A”
California State University -Fresno
Roster not available
Remy Wallace Sophie Schloen Panna Felson Kelly Joan Avon Catherine Berner Emma Braun Steph Curran Brittnay Davison Rhianna Dutra Corinne Schafle Amber Kerawala Kristen Kerler Sheyda Pejoumand Rachael Tiss Bridget Vaughan Katie Vaughan Alexandra Wein Allis Yao Alina Zhang
Samantha Miglian Tyler Brown
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 16 17 21
Sarah Skinker Elizabeth Mock Megan Reese Rebecca Cullinan Kaylin Claypool Tiffany Cheung Juliana Bremer Denise Hager Caryn Covella Kelley Shaw Greta Gettelfinger Chelsie Bryan Danica Fascella
University of CaliforniaDavis “B” 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
Veronika Mach Alexandra Dickson Marie Popp Erin Fink Savannah Stender Dylan Owensby Heidi Jansen Aleya Spielman Sarah Furtado Emily Gould Erin Fieberling Lisette Jacobo Michaela Tillinghast Kaci Turpin
11 12 13 14 15 16 19 21
Katie Gonot Katie Macqueen Jennifer Weyrauch Stephanie McIellan Brooke McCormick Jillian Sullivan Victoria Lewis Claire Hamilton
University of Central Florida
15 16 18 19 20
Lisa DiNicolantonio Rachel Kapul Darcy Nishi Vanessa Evans Elizabeth Waddell
University of CaliforniaSanta Cruz 1/11 Zoe Agapinan 2 Heidi Hill 3 Alyssa Amaya 4 Haley Bartosh 5 Maya Zelcer 6 Stephanie Bastiaans 7 Aoife Collins 8 Kelsey Anderson 9 Natalie Medved 10 Kara Dodd 12 Lauren Wertheimer 13 Kristine Maldonado 14 Larissa Gonzalez 16 Cassidy McCarthy 17 Kim Parra 18 Layla Cervantes 20 Becky Barall
SOUTHEAST DIVISION Emory University “A” 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Kristen Carroll Clara Wynn Lindsey Coyle Leah Abrams Jocelyn Bilkey Caitlin Casey Kimberly Tartavull Kristen King Yuliya Oumarbaeva Adi Rosenthal Milly Huizinga Emily Hunter Audry Klossner
1 Blaire Martin 1A Taylor Reeves 2 Kristin Plitnik 3 Debin Long 4 Sophia Neira 5 Sarah Sowinski 6 Marina Ribiero 7 Vanessa Zabala 8 Kara Reeves 9 Laura Zuluaga 10 Reina Sfeir 11 Hana Korb 12 Olivia Overton 13 Emily Tilman 14 Bianca Parente 15 Alexa Suhich 16 Jessica Montgomery 17 Karen Thomas 18 Lauren Scheetz 19 Catalina Davalos 20 Beth Wieland 21 Ariana Risco Alt. Katelyn Apple Alt. Elif Arditi Alt. Morgan Brett Alt. Jackie Baldoquin Alt. Kelly Dominguez Alt. Taylor Madigan Alt. Jennifer Roman
Emory University “B” 1 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 19
Kat Thayer Shannon Lin Juliana De La Rosa Sally Yan Alana Darcher Kelsey Pinkerton Marija Milisavljevic Carrie Wiegert Amanda Durbin Danielle Iskandar Hayley Huffman Sarah Husain Goldy Tenreiro-Braschi Olivia Meisner Abby Chambers
Florida Gulf Coast University 1 1A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Emily Aron Taylor Cunningham Callie Rosemeyer Serena Benner Jessica Yoo Katie Ribble Michelle Grant Clare Edlund Alex Rynard Bianca Williams Siona Huxley Leah Daniel
University of Florida “A” 1 2 3 5 6 8 9 11 13 14 15 16
Florida State University 1 1A 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10
Erika Funderburk Sandy Muszynski Danielle Canavan Alyson Watson Laura Obermeyer Jackie Vincent Kristina Cronin Jenniffer Rodriguez Coral Weizman Kelsey Deese
Brooke Bohlken Stephanie Brandt Ali Hoffman Annie Peterson Emily Warrner Hannah Theis Caitlin Arrigo Liz Weber Chrisi Sanchez Maddie Gonzalez Amelia Shea Beth Moser
University of Florida “B” 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Kaylee Petik Anita Braham Tina Papadopoulos Dani Gach Kathleen Arnold Isabel Bernal Ishita Shah
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Kelsey Mulligan Emily Churchwell Kaitlyn Marks Jennifer Kleiner Celeste Rosseau Morgan Moriarty Katie Rudy Alyssa Carraha Sarah Hall Allison Cowett Rachel Werk Sam Duda Annie Cadavid Rebecca Jenetopulos
University of Georgia 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 13
Olivia King Katie Zarada Megan Russell Katherine Vaux Stephanie Lord Elizabeth Bell Jackie Murtha Emily Prickett Erin Gunter Kelly Robinson Cristina Ibarguen
SOUTHWEST DIVISION Arizona State University “A” Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt.
Hannah Andrews Haley Bridges Diane Bowersox Brittney Dales Lindsey de la Torre Nicole Foster Jenna Godsil Ashtyn Karachristos Ashton McClure Jamie McDowell Alicia Mendoza Christy Mihealsick Saskia Moyer Addie Naumann Ashley Neri Rachel Proctor Alley Rodgers Elyssa Salcido Kimberly Sams Stefanna Spoletini Bailey Stark Paige Walters Saibrah White Lauren Yanez
Arizona State University “B” Roster not available
Northern Arizona University
1 Julia Gilmore 1A Megan Wagy 1B Kim McLeod 2 Jessica Green 3 Faith Weaver 4 Katie Newgard 5 Karly Fisch 6 Colleen Hackett 7 Lindsey Shippers 8 Kimberly Fiddler 9 Maura Toohey 10 Kimba Macey 11 Liz Tomaschko 12 Vanessa Gerstmar 13 Olivia Hosch 14 Miriam Phalan 15 Jessica Lazor 16 Krista Baldwin 17 Chantal Brooks 18 Becca Rodriguez 19 Taylor Lungren 20 Ashley Phillis 21 Tori Khersonstzy Alt. Jaclyn Rene Cass
United States Air Force Academy 1 1A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Jennifer Kimura Fiona Akoth Marie Brown Krystal Jimenez Kelly Dualan Jessica Grier Madelyn Moore Kimberly Bergo Melissa Kempin Chloe Lyon Erica Lewandowski Kathy Kim Cassandra McPeek Georgia Marshall Alyssa Ramirez Amanda Beranek Veronica Morthrope Britta Bigej Megan Edson Chloe Hurst Ana Goddard
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
17 Katie Parissenti 19 Nina Wheeler
University of Arizona “B” 1 1A 3 5 6 7 8 11 12 14 16 20 21
Junlie Aguayo Tricia Paul Holly Norberg Michelle Gary Ashley Cordobes Abigail Tiscornia Lissi Welton Colleen Mayes Alex Huynen Bailey Stankus Megan Fracolli Chloe Broenen Ella Anguiano
TEXAS DIVISION Rice University 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
University of Colorado 1 1A 2 4 6 13 14 Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt. Alt.
Haley Abrams Camille Fenn Kayla Wall Caroline Diehl Kelsa Middough Kate Penyera Colleen Moran Melissa Barr Stephanie Borsum Arielle Inveen Jonay Jones Jolie Rogers
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Suzi McClay Amber Wiley Alexis Cohen Andrea Gerdes
Sam Krouse Sarah Powers Meredith Gregory Myriam Fillion Shannon Coyle Jennifer Bryson Kylie Suddendorf Rachel Edwards Jenna Stewart Melanie Goodman Shelby Kamman Kimbre Watkins
13 Julie Craig 14 Katie Spiekermann 15 Margaret O’Brien 16 Lauren McMaster 17 Taylor Risica 18 Danielle Linde 19 Ginny Whisenhunt 20 Madeline Robertson 21 KD Bennet Alt. Kaci New Alt. Clara Pappenfort Alt. Venus Rich Alt. Sarah Wilson
Texas State University 1 1A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Victoria Moreno Paige Vidal Ally Rocha Sarah Gonzales Nichole Libby Emily Pozzi Colleen Grady Jackie Flynn Olivia Grice Carol Cocita Allix Nelson Richelle Harvey Traci Williams Bertice Scott Claudia Garcia Melissa Akers
Texas Tech University 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Tamara Tollison Courtney Deathriage Taylor Love Katie Crumpler Audrya Houde Elizabeth Martinez Rebekah Welch Karson Bowen Maggie Payan
University of Texas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Alt.
University of Arizona “A” 1 1A 2 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15
Meaghan Ryan Renee Gonzalez Julia Grasse Julia Kwok Shannon McKearnan Carly Biedul Elizabeth Finley Amy Hilton
Texas A&M University
University of Denver 1 2 3 4
Paige Mullen Delaney Roney Charlotte Brady Melanie Kesner Rebecca Matsko Megan Walker Sarah Moritz Summer Borowski Stephanie Thompson Corrine Hall Tori Campbell
Alex Schluntz Sam Toretto Maya Horsman Kate Marinchak Erin Begley Brett Begley Dani Phelps Taylor Smith Emily Ewart Erin Bernier Heather Bogott
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