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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2016 Schedule/Quick Facts............................................ 3 UAlbany - Five-Time America East Champion................ 4 Roster............................................................................. 5 Director of Athletics Mark Benson................................. 6 Head Coach Phil Sykes................................................. 7-9 Associate Head Coach Andy Thornton......................... 10 Assistant Coach Michelle Simpson............................... 11 RETURNING LETTERWINNERS (ORDER OF NUMBER) #0 Maxi Primus ............................................................ 12 #2 Kelsey Briddell......................................................... 13 #4 Jaclyn Hibbs ............................................................ 14 #5 Anna Bottino .......................................................... 15 #6 Molly Mariano ........................................................ 16 #8 Paula Heuser .......................................................... 17 #9 Frederike Helmke ................................................... 18 #10 Megan Ma............................................................. 19 #11 Rachel Billig........................................................... 20 #12 Camryn Dias.......................................................... 21 #15 Taylor Schwoyer.................................................... 22 OTHER RETURNERS #2 Kelsey Munster, #77 Melissa Nealon....................... 23 NEWCOMERS #7 Emily Fraser, #16 Julia Kim ..................................... 24 #17 Viola Von der Mühlen, #21 Alyssa Curtis .............. 25 #22 Baylee Burghardt, #20 Dana Bozek ...................... 26 OPPONENTS Opponents Quick Facts........................................... 27-29 2015 IN REVIEW Game Results/America East Standings ........................ 29 Statistics....................................................................... 30 Box Scores............................................................... 31-36 RECORD BOOK Postseason History....................................................... 37 Individual Honors.................................................... 38-39 Coaching Records/Year-by-Year Results....................... 40 Individual Records........................................................ 41 Year-by-Year Results................................................ 42-44 ABOUT America East Conference............................................. 45 University at Albany..................................................... 46 UAlbany Athletics......................................................... 47


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DATE Aug. 19 Aug. 22 Aug. 26 Aug. 28 Sept. 3 Sept. 4 Sept. 9 Sept. 11 Sept. 17 Sept. 23 Sept. 25 Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 3-4 Nov. 5 Nov. 6

OPPONENT TIME (ET) NORTHEASTERN (exhibition) 1:00 PM at Boston Univ. (exhibition) 2:00 PM HOFSTRA 3:00 PM BRYANT 1:00 PM DARTMOUTH 1:00 PM vs. Penn State# 2:30 PM at Princeton 4:00 PM at Bucknell 1:00 PM YALE 12:00 PM at Delaware 7:00 PM at Saint Joseph’s 3:00 PM at New Hampshire* 2:00 PM MAINE* 1:00 PM VERMONT* 2:00 PM LAFAYETTE 2:00 PM at UMass Lowell* 4:00 PM NEW HAMPSHIRE* 1:00 PM at Maine* 3:00 PM at Vermont* 1:00 PM UMASS LOWELL* 2:00 PM America East Quarters^ TBA America East Semis^ TBA America East Final^ TBA

* America East Match # - in Lafayette, Pa. ^ - America East Tournament (Stockton, Calif.) HOME MATCHES IN BOLD CAPS

Location............................................................................................. Albany, N.Y. Enrollment................................................................................................ 1 2 , 8 7 8 Nickname........................................................................................ Great Danes Website................................................................................UAlbanySports.com Twitter (Athletics)..................................................................... @UAlbanySports Twitter (Field Hockey).......................................................................@ualbanyfh Instagram (Athletics)................................................................. ualbanyathletics Instagram (Field Hockey)..................................................................... ualbanyfh Facebook.............................................www.facebook.com/ualbanyfieldhockey Home Field....................................................................................... Alumni Turf Field Capacity................................................................................................ 5 0 0 President................................................................................ Dr. Robert J. Jones Athletic Director............................................................................. Mark Benson Head Coach..........................................................................................Phil Sykes Field Hockey Office Phone:.......................................................... 518-442-3039 Field Hockey Contact.......................................................................... Dave Vatz Field Hockey Contact Office Phone............................................. 518-442-3072 Field Hockey Contact Office Email..........................................dvatz@albany.edu

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach.............................Phil Sykes (Cal State Hayward ‘99), 13th season Record at UAlbany.............................................................. 165-79 (12 years) Career Record.................................................................... 168-92 (13 years) Associate Head Coach:................... Andy Thornton (Abertay ‘04), 13th season Assistant Coach:......................Michelle Simpson (UAlbany ‘09), eighth season Athletic Trainer:............................................................. Mary Kate Hedderman Field Hockey Administrator:................................................................. Lori Friel Senior Woman Administrator:.......................................................... Cara White

TEAM INFORMATION 2015 Record:............................................................................................. 19-3 Conference Affiliation...................................................................America East Conference Record (Finish):........................................7-1 (t-1st, East Division) Conference Tournament: .................................... 3-0 (Tournament Champion) Total America East Championship Titles: ......... 5 (2008, 2010, 2012, 2014-15) Total America East Regular Season Titles: ......................4 (2008-09, 2014-15) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.................................................................. 10/4 Starters Returning/Lost:.............................................................................. 8/3 Newcomers:................................................................................................... 5

PROGRAM HISTORY First Year of Field Hockey:........................................................................ 1994 All-Time Record:.....................................................................254-141-1 (.641) All-Time DI Record:.................................................................... 203-127 (.615) All-Time America East Record:...................................................... 48-31 (.608) All-Time DI NCAA Tournament Record (appearances):................................. 2-5 (5) Last NCAA Appearance:........................................................ 2015, First Round

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2014 - Albany, N.Y. W 5-0 vs. New Hampshire

2014 NCAA Semifinalist - College Park, Md. W 2-1 vs. Wake Forest, W 2-1 vs. Maryland

2008 - Albany, N.Y. W 2-1 vs. New Hampshire

2010 - Durham, N.H. W 3-2 (OT) at New Hampshire

2012 - Durham, N.H. W 3-1 at New Hampshire

2015 - Albany, N.Y. W 2-0 vs. Maine

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2016 ROSTER NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 20 21 22 77

Name Yr. Maxi Primus Sr. Kelsey Briddell Jr. Kelsey Munster So. Jaclyn Hibbs Sr. Anna Bottino Jr. Molly Mariano R-Jr. Emily Fraser Fr. Paula Heuser Sr. Frederike Helmke So. Megan Ma So. Rachel Billig So. Camryn Dias So. Taylor Schwoyer Sr. Julia Kim Fr. Viola Von der Mühlen Fr. Dana Bozek Fr. Alyssa Curtis Fr. Baylee Burghardt Fr. Melissa Nealon R-Fr.

Pos. GK F/M F D M F M M D/M M F F D D/M D M F D/M GK

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

Hometown/Previous School Berlin, Germany Gansevoort, N.Y./Saratoga Springs Mountville, Pa./Hempfield North Wales, Pa./Wissahickon Clifton Park, N.Y./Shenendehowa Harrisburg, Pa./Central Dauphin Ballston Lake, N.Y./Shenendehowa Monchengladbach, Germany Berlin, Germany Vancouver, B.C./Magee Secondary Danville, Pa./Danville Hopedale, Mass./Hopedale Telford, Pa./Christopher Dock Menonite Mohegan Lake, N.Y./Lakeland Norderstedt, Germany Cortlandt, N.Y./Lakeland Camden, N.Y./Camden Vestal, N.Y./Vestal Mechanicville, N.Y./Shenendehowa

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Name Yr. Rachel Billig So. Anna Bottino Jr. Dana Bozek Fr. Kelsey Briddell Jr. Baylee Burghardt Fr. Alyssa Curtis Fr. Camryn Dias So. Emily Fraser Fr. Frederike Helmke So. Paula Heuser Sr. Jaclyn Hibbs Sr. Julia Kim Fr. Megan Ma So. Molly Mariano R-Jr. Kelsey Munster So. Melissa Nealon R-Fr. Maxi Primus Sr. Taylor Schwoyer Sr. Viola Von der Mühlen Fr.

Pos. Ht. Hometown/Previous School F 5-3 Danville, Pa./Danville M 5-3 Clifton Park, N.Y./Shenendehowa M 5-6 Cortlandt, N.Y./Lakeland F/M 5-3 Gansevoort, N.Y./Saratoga Springs D/M 5-6 Vestal, N.Y./Vestal F 5-5 Camden, N.Y./Camden F 5-4 Hopedale, Mass./Hopedale M 5-5 Ballston Lake, N.Y./Shenendehowa D/M 5-8 Berlin, Germany M 5-7 Monchengladbach, Germany D 5-1 North Wales, Pa./Wissahickon D/M 5-3 Mohegan Lake, N.Y./Lakeland M 5-3 Vancouver, B.C./Magee Secondary F 5-6 Harrisburg, Pa./Central Dauphin F 5-2 Mountville, Pa./Hempfield GK 5-4 Mechanicville, N.Y./Shenendehowa GK 5-6 Berlin, Germany D 5-0 Telford, Pa./Christopher Dock Menonite D 5-6 Norderstedt, Germany

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Phil Skyes (Cal State-Hayward ‘99), 13th season Associate Head Coach: A ndy Thornton (Abertay ‘04), 13th season Assistant Coach: Michelle Simpson (UAlbany ‘09), eighth season U N I V E R S I T Y AT A L B A N Y

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Senior Paula Heuser Jaclyn Hibbs Maxi Primus Taylor Schwoyer Junior/Redshirt Junior Anna Bottino Kelsey Briddell Molly Mariano Sophomore Camryn Dias Frederike Helmke Megan Ma Kelsey Munster Freshman/Redshirt Freshman Dana Bozek Baylee Burghardt Alyssa Curtis Emily Fraser Julia Kim Melissa Nealon Viola Von der Mühlen POSITION BREAKDOWN

Forward Rachel Billig Alyssa Curtis Camryn Dias Molly Mariano Kelsey Munster Forward/Midfield Kelsey Briddell Midfield Anna Bottino Dana Bozek Emily Fraser Paula Heuser Megan Ma Defense/Midfield Baylee Burghardt Frederike Helmke Julia Kim Defense Jaclyn Hibbs Taylor Schwoyer Viola Von der Mühlen Goalkeeper Melissa Nealon Maxi Primus

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS MARK BENSON The University at Albany named Mark Benson as director of athletics on August 20, 2014. Benson, 46, became the University’s second AD since the program entered Division I sports in 1999. As director, Benson provides leadership for UAlbany’s NCAA Division I, 18-sport intercollegiate athletics program and its scholar student athletes. In his first year, the UAlbany men’s and women’s athletics teams were recognized in the final Capital One Cup standings, which honors the nation’s best Division I athletic programs. The Great Dane women’s programs finished 49th, while the men placed 50th out of 106 ranked schools and 347 total NCAA Division I athletic programs. UAlbany competed in a school-record six NCAA Tournaments, while winning nine conference championships, and was one of three universities in the country to have its men’s basketball, women’s basketball, men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse, field hockey, and women’ golf teams make NCAA Division I Tournament appearances -- the others were Duke and North Carolina. With field hockey’s run to the Final Four and men’s lacrosse’s quarterfinal appearance, the Great Danes boasted two top-10 national finishes under Benson’s surveillance.

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The success didn’t stop in year two as the Great Danes captured the America East Commissioner’s Cup for the fourth straight year and fifth time in school history. UAlbany won eighth conference championships in 2015-16 and made five NCAA Tournament appearances. In addition, in the naming of Tom & Mary Casey Stadium, Benson helped garner a $10 million gift to support the football stadium and other facilities, expand scholarships for student-athletes, and address additional priorities in athletics. The gift was made by The Bernard and Millie Children’s Foundation on Oct. 9, 2015. Prior to UAlbany, Benson was the senior associate athletic director at Old Dominion University. He also served as the assistant vice president for Athletic Development for eight years, and was an adjunct professor in the Sports Management Program. During his time at Old Dominion, Benson was responsible for budget preparation and administration, as well as providing sport supervision for men’s and women’s sailing. During Benson’s tenure at Old Dominion, the Athletic Endowment grew more than $16 million and the Old Dominion Athletic Foundation annual fund grew from $400,000 to $4.1 million. Benson was responsible for soliciting seven $1 million plus gifts to athletics, as well as numerous significant commitments from donors. Prior to his time at Old Dominion, Benson worked at Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. as an Educational Channel manager. In his role with Coca-Cola, he managed the Educational Channel for the Commonwealth Division, which covers sales centers from eastern Delaware to eastern North Carolina. Benson developed financial and marketing proposals as well as negotiated beverage contracts with colleges and universities within his division. Benson and his wife Hunter are the parents of three daughters, Vandy Grace, Lydon and Hannum. He is a graduate of North Carolina State University.

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HEAD COACH PHIL SYKES Phil Sykes enters his 13th season as head coach of the University at Albany field hockey program in 2016. In his tenure, Sykes has guided the Great Danes to five of the last seven America East Conference Championship titles (2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015) and five NCAA Tournament berths. With his efforts, Sykes has been named America East Conference Coach of the Year three times (2008, 2009, 2014). At the helm over the past 12 seasons, Sykes’s Great Danes are currently riding a streak of 11 winning seasons. UAlbany has posted double-digit wins the past 10 seasons, including its highest total of 20 in 2014. The 2015 Great Danes returned to the NCAA Tournament after allowing just one goal in the new-look America East Tournament, and compiling an overall record of 19-3. UAlbany downed UC Davis 7-1 in the quarterfinals, Pacific 5-0 in the semifinals and No. 19 Maine 2-0 in the championship. The 2015 senior class of Liza Morgan, Laura Page, Fiori Van Rijswijk and Emily White graduated as the winningest four-year group in program history under Sykes’s guidance. Sykes once again had outstanding individual play, as Paula Heuser garnered her second NFHCA First Team All-American honor. She is also the first Great Dane to be honored as an All-American three times. Heuser was selected as the NFHCA Northeast Player of the Year in back-to-back seasons after ranking third nationally in points per game and goals per game. Entering her junior year, Heuser is the current active career leader across all three NCAA divisions in points (194) and goals (80). Joining Heuser in the national offensive ranks was Van Rijswijk, finishing as the national runner-up in assists per game (0.94). Sykes also led a program-record six Great Danes to NFHCA All-Region teams in Anna Bottino, Paula Heuser, Jaclyn Hibbs, Laura Page, Maxi Primus and Van Rijswijk. In his 11th season, Sykes guided the Great Danes to a historic 2014 year on all cylinders. UAlbany won its first NCAA Tournament game on Nov. 15 in the First Round against No. 5 Wake Forest 2-1 in College Park, Md. UAlbany followed up that victory by beating regional host No. 2 Maryland in the Second Round on Nov. 16, 2-1. Those two victories sent the 2014 squad to the University’s first all-time appearance in a national semifinal. Phil Sykes also became the first male head coach since the NCAA Division I Field Hockey Tournament was established in 1981 to appear in the NCAA Semifinals. He was named the NFHCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year ad ECAC Coach of the Year for his efforts. The Purple & Gold took its fourth America East Championship all-time in 2014, winning the final by a record score of 5-0 against New Hampshire. It was the first time since the 90s there was a shutout in the conference final, and it was the largest margin of victory all-time. The Great Danes took an all-time single season record 20 games in 2014, behind the individual efforts of star midfielder Paula Heuser and goalkeeper Maxi Primus. UAlbany U N I V E R S I T Y AT A L B A N Y

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won its first game against a top-10 nationally ranked opponent on Sept. 14 when the team downed No. 8 Stanford in Palo Alto 1-0. The Purple & Gold went on to achieve its highest all-time national ranking at No. 7. Heuser was named the Honda Sport Award Winner, NFHCA National Player of the Year and an NFHCA First Team All-American; while Primus became the first goalkeeper all-time at UAlbany to earn All-America honors on the third team under Sykes’s tutelage. Sykes compiled one of the toughest non-conference schedules in history in 2013, with games against No. 4 Virginia, No. 6 Stanford and 2012 NCAA Champion, Princeton. The Great Danes went 15-6, including a 9-0 start. The Purple & Gold achieved its then-highest all-time national ranking at No. 11 for the week of Sept. 16. The 2013 squad was ranked for 16 consecutive weeks. The Great Danes returned to the America East Championship game in 2013, falling 3-2 to New Hampshire. UAlbany took home several major awards, including Offensive Player of the Year (Daphne Voormolen), as well as Rookie and Midfielder of the Year (Paula Heuser). Heuser became the first America East field hockey student-athlete to earn Rookie and Midfielder of the Year honors in the same year. Sykes coached two All-Americans in 2013. Senior Corrine McConville was named to the NFHCA All-America Third Team, while Heuser was selected for the second team. McConville became just the second Great Dane to earn AllAmerica status twice in her career. McConville and Heuser also became the first two UAlbany players to garner All-America honors in the same season. UAlbany tallied its third America East Tournament Championship with a win over New Hampshire, 3-1, in 2012. The Great Danes moved on to face Penn State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. UAlbany fell 2-1 to the Nittany Lions, finishing 13-8 on the season. The Great Danes tallied four student-athletes on the America East All-Conference squads, four on the AllAcademic team, and two on the All-Rookie squad. Kristi Troch took home her third consecutive Goalkeeper of the Year award; Laura Page garnered Co-Rookie of the Year and Daphne Voormolen was selected as Co-Offensive Player of the Year. The Great Danes recorded a 13-7 overall record and 3-2 in conference play in 2011. UAlbany fell to the 10th-ranked UNH Wildcats, 1-0, in the semifinals of the America East Conference Tournament. Sykes watched Kristi Troch defend her Goalkeeper of the Year award for the second consecutive year. In 2010, UAlbany posted a 16-6 record, going 4-1 in conference play. A mentor to the league’s Goalkeeper of the Year, Kristi Troch and Rookie of the Year, Corrine McConville, Sykes also saw Christina Patrick and Taylor Luke, alongside Troch, earn All-Conference first team accolades, while Daphne Voormolen joined McConville on the All-Rookie team. Since joining the Great Danes, Sykes has coached five NFHCA All-Americans, 20 NFHCA All-Region selections and 11 America East Players of the Year. In addition to his work on the field, the 12-year head coach has also mentored six NFHCA Scholars of Distinction and 40 NFHCA National Academic squad members. Four student-athletes have been named America East Field Hockey

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Scholar-Athletes in his time: Paula Heuser (2014-15), Daphne Voormolen (2013), Kristi Troch (2010) and Arlette Westdrop (2006). Prior to his arrival at UAlbany, Sykes stepped into a role as interim head coach at Cornell in 2003. Sykes also served as the first assistant at Towson University, as the Tigers showed dramatic improvement during Sykes’ tenure, winning 10 games during the 2002 season. Sykes has a vast amount of playing experience. At age 16, Sykes represented his country in a United States vs. Canada Challenge in Calgary, Alberta. That served as the beginning of Sykes’ experience on the U.S. Junior and Senior National Teams, which included playing in the 1989 Junior World Cup in Ipoh, Malaysia. Sykes competed at the 1995 Pan American Games in Argentina, where the U.S. squad won a bronze medal. The highlight of Sykes’ playing career came in the 1996 Olympics, when he played on the U.S. Olympic team. A native of Livermore, California, Sykes retired from international competition to finish his college degree. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from California State University, Hayward in 1999. Sykes, who resides in Clifton Park with his wife Jen, also plays competitive tennis. He played number one singles and doubles at Chabot Junior College, earning a scholarship to the University of TexasPan American, and began teaching tennis in California, later earning his USPTA certification.

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University at Albany Head Coach 19-3 - NCAA Tournament First Round - America East Tournament Champion - America East Regular Season East Division Co-Champion

2014

University at Albany Head Coach 20-3 - NCAA Tournament Semifinalist - America East Tournament Champion - America East Regular Season Champion

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University at Albany Head Coach 16-5 - America East Tournament Finalist - Second place America East Regular Season

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University at Albany Head Coach - NCAA Tournament First Round - America East Tournament Champion

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University at Albany Head Coach 13-7 - America East Tournament Semifinalist

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University at Albany Head Coach 16-8 - NCAA Tournament First Round - America East Tournament Champion - Second place America East Regular Season

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University at Albany Head Coach 13-5 - America East Tournament Finalist - America East Regular Season Co-Champion

2008

University at Albany Head Coach 12-10 - NCAA Tournament First Round - America East Tournament Champion - America East Regular Season Champion

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University at Albany Head Coach 15-5 - America East Tournament Finalist - Second place America East Regular Season

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University at Albany Head Coach 12-7 - America East Tournament Semifinalist - America East Regular Season Co-Champion

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University at Albany Head Coach - America East Tournament Semifinalist

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University at Albany Head Coach

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UAlbany head coaching record: 165-79 2003

Cornell University

Head Coach (interim) 3-13

Head coaching record: 168-92 2001-02 Towson University

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Associate Head Coach • Abertay ‘04 • 13th season After joining the staff in 2004, Andy Thornton returns for his fourth season as associate head coach and 13th overall in 2016. Thornton was promoted to the associate head coaching position on Nov. 1, 2013. In his tenure with Phil Sykes, Thornton has had a hand in five NCAA Tournament appearances for the Danes, including the 2014 NCAA Semifinal run. He has been instrumental in coaching an offense that has been ranked among the nation’s leaders in points per game and goals per game. As an assistant for the five-time America East Champions, Thornton has coached three America East Rookies of the Year, two Midfielders of the Year and two Offensive Players of the Year. Thornton saw two players rank top-five in three offensive categories in 2015. Midfield sensation Paula Heuser came in at No. 3 in points per game (3.59) and goals per game (1.55). Fiori Van Rijswijk was the national runner-up in assists per game (0.94) as a stalwart member of the penalty corner unit. The Great Danes earned an all-time program record six spots on the NFHCA All-Northeast Region team under Thornton’s guidance in 2015. The Danes won an all-time best 20 games in 2014, including the nation’s best winning streak at 14 games en route to the NCAA Semifinals. Also in 2014, Thornton led the U.S., Men’s Indoor field hockey squad to a silver medal at the 2014 Pan-Am games in Uruguay as the team’s head coach. He previously held the women’s head coach position in which he led the team to a bronze medal at the Pan American Games in Venezuela in 2010 and a silver medal in Argentina in 2008. He was named the 2004 Scottish Coach of the Year for youth boys and took Grove Academy High School to their first U-18 national title in March of 2004. Thornton was also the head coach for the women’s field hockey team at Dundee University from 2002-04. In 2003 he was named the Scottish Grass Roots Coach of the Year. As a player, Thornton was a member of the Menzieshill men’s field hockey club, which competes at the top indoor and outdoor levels. Thornton has won nine national titles and played in 10 European Cups, representing Scotland. He has played in Czech Republic, Spain, Germany, France, Russia, Denmark, Austria, Scotland and Poland, winning gold, two silver and bronze European medals. Thornton has played on the Scottish outdoor and indoor senior teams, including a match against then-reigning World and Olympic Champion Germany in 2008. In January 2010, Thornton captained Scotland at the European Championships in Poznan, Poland where the team finished fifth. In December 2008, he captained Scotland in a tri-nations tournament against England and Australia. Thornton’s team won the European Indoor gold medal in the Czech Republic in 1999. He also played on Scotland’s U-18, U-19 and U-21 international teams. Thornton earned a bachelor’s degree in sports coaching and development from the University of Abertay in 2004.

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Michelle Simpson just completed her seventh season as assistant coach for the UAlbany field hockey team in 2015. She has spent 10 seasons with the Danes, three as a player and seven as a member of the coaching staff. Simpson works primarily with the goalkeepers and the offense, improving the technical skills and game strategy of players. She has helped the Great Danes to five America East Tournament and league regular season titles as a player and coach. A former midfielder, Simpson has coached two goalies to a combined four America East Goalkeeper of the Year accolades. Simpson was elected to the UAlbany Athletics Hall of Fame in the Class of 2016 after her stellar playing career with the Great Danes, including being a two-time All-American and earning 101 career points. She led UAlbany to the program’s first-ever America East Tournament title and NCAA Tournament berth in the 2008 season. In her third season in the cage, Maxi Primus became the all-time winningest goalkeeper in program history under Simpson’s tutelage. Through her junior year, Primus has won 53 games to go with 20 career shutouts. She ranks fourth among NCAA Division I goalkeepers with a career goals against average of 1.12 heading into her final year of eligibility. Simpson led Primus to NFHCA All-American honors in 2014, the first UAlbany goalkeeper all-time to earn the award. Primus was also unanimously named the America East Goalkeeper of the Year. In her sophomore season, Primus concluded the year with the top goals against average in the league and the nation. Primus shutout two nationally-ranked opponents, and held the No. 1 offense in the nation in No. 2 Maryland to just one goal in the NCAA Second Round. Primus set a new record for single-season wins and Division I single-season shutouts. From 2010-12, Simpson led Kristi Troch to America East Goalkeeper of the Year honors in consecutive seasons. Troch is the only league goalkeeper all-time to receive the award three times. In her first season as a coach, Simpson helped guide the Great Danes to their second America East Conference title and second NCAA Tournament appearance. Simpson, a two-time All-American, was named the America East Conference Midfielder of the Year in 2008 after scoring 10 goals and recording 12 assists. Simpson, who was named UAlbany’s Female Athlete of the Year for 2008-2009, finished her career ranked second all-time in career points (101) as well as fourth in goals (37) and assists (27). She was a three-time all-conference first team selection and was named the offensive player of the year in 2006. As having one of the most decorated careers in program history, Simpson became the first UAlbany player in the Division I era to earn All-America status, garnering the accolade in 2007 and 2008. She was also a three-time NFHCA All-Northeast Region selection and ECAC Division I All-Star. Simpson was invited to play in the North-South Senior All-Start game after leading the Great Danes to the program’s first-ever America East Championship and NCAA Tournament berth. U N I V E R S I T Y AT A L B A N Y

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Berlin, Germany PRIMUS CAREER STATS Year GP-GS Min GA 2013 20-20 1324:34 24 2014 23-23 1579:34 18 2015 22-22 1540:00 29 TOTAL 65-65 4444:08 71

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2015: NFHCA All-Region Second Team and America East Second Team selection...Leads all UAlbany program goalies with 53 wins and 20 shutouts...Ranks fourth among active NCAA Division I goalies with a goals against average of 1.12 over three seasons...An America East All-Academic and NFHCA National Academic Team pick.

GAA SV % Record 1.63 50 .676 14-5 1.03 68 .791 20-3 2014: National statistical champion in goals against average (.80) and winning percentage 1.69 64 .688 19-3 (.870)...Named to the NFHCA All-American Third Team, the first Great Dane goalkeeper 1.44 182 .719 53-11 all-time to earn All-American honors...An NFHCA All-Northeast Region First Team pick...

An ECAC First Team All-Star...Recorded a career-high seven saves against No. 2 Maryland in the NCAA Second Round on Nov. 16... Held the No. 1 offense in the nation in the Terps to one goal...Set a new UAlbany all-time record in wins (20) for a goalkeeper and shutouts (10)...Concluded 2014 as the national leader in goals against average (0.80)...Ranked top-five nationally throughout the season in goals against average and save percentage...The unanimous America East Goalkeeper of the Year, also unamimously named to the All-Conference First Team...Earned a spot on the America East All-Tournament Team...An NFHCA National Academic Squad pick...Named to the America East All-Academic Team...ECAC Co-Defensive Player of the Week (9/15)...Named America East Defensive Player of the Week (9/2, 9/15, 9/29, 10/27). 2013: An NFHCA All-Academic Squad selection...Named to the 2013 America East Fall Honor Roll and Commissioner’s Honor Roll...Started 20 of 21 games for the Great Danes in the cage...Set a new Division I record for most wins in goal with 14...Posted eight shutouts, the most of any Division I goalie in program history...Named America East Defensive Player of the Week twice (Sept. 16, Oct. 14) after being nationally ranked in goals against average for three weeks...An All-America East Second Team selection and unanimous pick for the All-Rookie Team...Made a season-high seven saves against Rutgers...Led the America East in goals against average as a freshman. Before UAlbany: A goalkeeper for Zehlendorfer Wespen in her native Berlin, Germany... Coached by Florian Keller, a member of the 2008 German National team that won gold at the 2008 Summer Olympics...A four-time Berlin regional champion with Zehlendorfer Wespen...Has international experience on both the U-16 and U-18 German National team, totaling six international appearances.

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KELSEY BRIDDELL

Jr. / F/M / 5-3

Gansevoort, N.Y. / Saratoga Springs

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4 3 11 20 .200 18

2015 22-22 4 2 10 15 .267 9 TOTAL 45-28

8

5

21

35 .229 27

2015: Earned starting assignment in all 22 games...scored four goals to go with two assists, including the game-winner at Yale (10/11)...An NFHCA National Academic Squad member. 2014: A unanimous America East All-Rookie Selection...Named to NFHCA National Academic Squad...Tallied a season-high five points against Hofstra in the season-opener on Aug. 29...Scored two goals against Siena on Oct. 1...Tallied an assist in an important league standings game at UNH on Oct. 10.

High School: Briddell was named to the Suburban Council First Team and the All-State Team as a senior. Named a captain in her senior season, Briddell was a four-year varsity letterwinner at Saratoga Springs...Tallied 25 career goals and 11 assists...Also earned All-Suburban Council Second Team accolades in 2012...Went to the U-16 National Indoor Championship with ADK Field Hockey and earned second place at the national indoor qualifier...At the U-19 level, ADK took second place at the Disney Field Hockey showcase in 2012 and the National Indoor Championship in 2013...Also led ADK to back-to-back first-place finishes at the Festival Showcase in 2012 and 2013...In addition to field hockey, rank track & field and lacrosse at Saratoga Springs.

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JACLYN HIBBS

Sr. / D / 5-1

North Wales, Pa. / Wissahickon HIBBS CAREER STATS Year GP-GS 2013 21-21 2014 23-23 2015 22-22 TOTAL 66-66

G A Pts 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 4 1 3 5

4

Sh Sh% SOG 0 -- 0 1 -- 0 2 .500 2 3 .333 2

2015: Named to NFHCA All-Northeast Region First Team...Tabbed for the ECAC All-Star Second Team...An America East All-Conference First Team and All-Tournament selection... Started her 66th consecutive game as a junior...Recorded four defensive saves, including two against Vermont at home (10/2) in a 3-1 victory...Scored her first career goal against Yale (10/11)...Key member of the defense that allowed just 1.35 goals against per game; 27 goals in 22 games.

2014: Named to the Under-20 USA Field Hockey squad in Jan. 2015...An America East AllTournament selection, helping UAlbany to America East title...Contributed to a defense that topped the nation in shutouts per game throughout the season, and concluded 2014 as the national leader in goals against average (0.78)...Tallied three defensive saves... Started all 23 games on defense. 2013: Started all 21 games on the back line for UAlbany...Named to the America East All-Conference Second Team and a unanimous pick for the All-Rookie Team...Tallied her first career point, an assist, in a 6-0 win over Columbia on Oct. 13. High School: A midfielder at Wissahickon High...Played club with Mystx Field Hockey Club from 2007-2010, and Xcalibur Field Hockey Club from 2011-2013...An AAU Junior Olympic selection in 2011...An NFHCA first team All-Pennsylvania and All-Southeastern Pennsylvania first team selection in 2011 and 2012...PFHCA first team All-State in 2012, second team in 2010...A member of the PIAA District One championship team in 2010...Won four Pennsylvania Suburban One Conference Championships from 2009-12...Named first team All-League in 2010, 2011 and 2012...A 2012 Futures Elite selection and a Future Level I team member from 2009-11.

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ANNA BOTTINO

Jr. / M / 5-3

Clinton Park, N.Y. / Shenendehowa BOTTINO CAREER STATS Year GP-GS

G

5

A Pts Sh Sh% SOG

2014 23-22 11 4 26 45 .244 31 2015 22-22 15 12 42 78 .192 41 TOTAL 45-44

26 16

68 123 .211 72

2015: Competed for the USA in U-21 international test matches in January, scoring her first goal in international competition on a penalty corner against Great Britain on Jan. 8... NFHCA All-Region First Team and America East All-Conference Second Team selection... America East Tournament Most Outstanding Player and All-Tournament team pick...A member of the NFHCA National Academic Squad...UAlbany’s second-leading scorer as a sophomore with 15 goals and 12 assists...Ranked second in the America East in points, points per game, goals and goals per game...Scored three goals in a 5-0 defeat of Pacific in the America East Semifinals...Notched the game-winner at No. 8 Maryland on Sept. 11.

2014: Earned a spot on the 21-player U-21 USA Junior National Team in August...Named to the Under-19 USA Field Hockey squad in Jan. 2015...Scored UAlbany’s first goal in the NCAA Tournament against No. 5 Wake Forest...NFHCA All-Northeast Region Second Team Selection...Unamimous America East Rookie of the Year...Unanimous America East All-Rookie team pick, as well as earning Second Team accolades...Earned ECAC Co-Rookie of the Week Honors (9/2)...Named the America East Rookie of the Week (9/2)... Started 22 of 23 games. High School: Named to the 2013 All-State team...Earned Times Union and Saratogian Field Hockey Player of the Year honors as a senior....A 2012 & 2013 Section II All-Star as a two-year captain..Scored 25 goals and tallied 35 assists in her career...Led Shenendehowa to the New York State Section II Championship in 2011 and 2013, and the Class A State Championship in 2013... With her club team ADK Field Hockey, went to the U-16 National Indoor Championship and earned second place at the national indoor qualifier... Took second place at the Disney Field Hockey showcase in 2012 and the National Indoor Championship in 2013...Led ADK to back-toback first-place finishes at the Festival Showcase in 2012 and 2013.

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MOLLY MARIANO

R-Jr. / F / 5-6

Harrisburg, Pa. / Central Dauphin

6

MARIANO CAREER STATS Year GP-GS 2013 20-0 2014 23-15 2015 0-0 TOTAL 43-15

G A Pts Sh Sh% SOG 6 1 13 12 .500 10 2 0 4 19 .105 12 0 0 0 0 -- 0 8 1 17 31 .258 22

2015: Medical redshirt...Earned NFHCA All-Academic Squad honors. 2014: Made 15 starts in 23 appearances at forward...An NFHCA National Academic Squad selection...Named to the America East All-Academic squad...Scored one goal against Bryant on Aug. 31 and one against Lafayette on Oct. 5.

2013: An NFHCA Division I All-Academic Squad selection and Scholar of Distinction... Named to the 2013 America East Fall Honor Roll and Commissioner’s Honor Roll...Saw time in 20 games at forward...Scored the gamewinner over Maine in the America East semifinals on Nov. 7...Scored her first career goal in the first game of the season at Bryant on her way to a career-high three point...Scored six goals and two gamewinners in her freshman season. High School: A three-year letterwinner at Central Dauphin... Named 2012 Honorable Mention All-State and First Team AllMid Pennsylvania...Captain of the Mid-Penn runner-up, 2012 Commonwealth Champion and District 3 runner-up team in 2012 at Central Dauphin...Played club with Key State Field Hockey Club from 2007-13...Led Key State to six straight National Indoor Tournament appearances from 2008-13...A Futures Elite selection in 2011 and 2012...Made back-to-back appearances at the National Field Hockey Festival in 2010 and 2011, winning the championship in 2010 with Key State.

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PAULA HEUSER

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2015: Current NCAA active career leader in points and goals across all three divisions...Notched second NFHCA All-American First Team nod...NFHCA Northeast Region Player of the year for Monchengladbach, Germany second-straight season...NFHCA All-Region First Team pick for third consecutive season...America East Midfielder of the Year...America East All-Conference First Team...America East All-Tournament HEUSER CAREER STATS Team...America East Field Hockey Scholar-Athlete of the Year for second straight time...America East Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh Sh% SOG All-Academic...NFHCA National Academic Squad...America East Player of the Week (8/31, 9/14, 10/5, 2013 21-21 17 11 45 79 .215 57 10/19, 10/26, 11/2)...Finished the season with 34 goals and 12 assists for 80 total points to break 2014 23-23 29 11 69 137 .212 95 her own UAlbany all-time single-season record in points and goals...UAlbany program all-time leader 2015 22-22 34 12 80 136 .250 87 in points (194) and goals (80)...Wrapped up 2015 ranked third nationally in points per game (3.59) TOTAL 66-66 80 34 194 352 .227 239 and goals per game (1.55)...Scored in 10 consecutive games to conclude 2015, including a five-goal performance against UMass Lowell (11/1)...Appeared in Sports Illustrated’s “Faces in the Crowd,” and has a Sports Illustrated for Kids trading card.

Sr. / M / 5-7

2014: CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team selection...Winner of the prestigious Honda Sport Award for Field Hockey...Selected as NFHCA National Player of the Year...Named an NFHCA First Team All-American, the first in UAlbany’s program history...Concluded the season as the all-time UAlbany single-season record holder in goals (29) and points (69)...National statistical champion in points per game (3.0)...Ranks third all-time and second in UAlbany Division I program history in career points with114 after just her sophomore season...Ranks third all-time and second in UAlbany Division I program history in career goals with 46 after just her sophomore season...Ranked in the top five nationally throughout the season in points per game and goals per game...Spent six weeks as the nation’s leader in points per game...An NCAA All-Tournament Team selection after tallying an assist on the game-winning goal in the First Round against Wake Forest...Selected as NFHCA Northeast Region Player of the Year... Named to the NFHCA All-Region First Team for the second straight season...America East Tournament Most Outstanding Performer after posting an all-time record nine points in two games (4g, 1a), also selected to All-Tournament Team...Unanimous pick for America East Midfielder of the Year, her second time winning the honor and first all-time in league history to win it in back-to-back seasons...A unanimous selection to the America East All-Conference First Team for the second consecutive season...America East Field Hockey Scholar Athlete of the Year...An ECAC First Team All-Star... NFHCA National Academic Squad selection...Selected to the America East All-Academic Team...Named ECAC Co-Player of the Week (10/6)... Named America East Player of the Week (9/15)...Named America East Co-Player of the Week (9/2, 10/6, 10/13, 10/27). 2013: An NFHCA All-Academic Squad selection...Named to the 2013 America East Fall Honor Roll and Commissioner’s Honor Roll...The first Great Dane to garner All-America status as a freshman, being named to the second team. Also selected to the All-Northeast Region First Team...Honored as the 2013 ECAC Rookie of the Year and earned AllECAC Second Team recognition...Named the America East Rookie and Midfielder of the Year, becoming the first player in league history to earn both honors in the same year...Six-time America East Rookie of the Week...A unanimous America East All-Conference First Team and Rookie selection...Led the league in points (45), goals (17) and assists (11) as a freshman...The program’s Division I single-season leader in goals (17) and points (45)...Became the all-time rookie leader in scoring after scoring two goals in the final regular season game at UMass Lowell on Nov. 2.

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FREDERIKE HELMKE

So. / D/M / 5-8 Berlin, Germany

HELMKE CAREER STATS Year GP-GS

G

9

A Pts Sh Sh% SOG

2015: America East All-Rookie selection...Made 17 starts in all 17 appearances...Sat out the first five games of the season...Scored three goals to go with two assists, including the game-winner at Monmouth (9/27) in her first career tally...A member of the highlysuccessful penalty corner unit...An NFHCA National Academic Squad member.

Before UAlbany: Received an invitation to U-21 German National Team camp in 2014 … Suited up in three games for the U-16 German National Team in 2011…A member of the TOTAL 17-17 3 2 8 29 .103 11 SC Charlottenburg club out of Berlin, a second league German squad…Played in the youth circuit of Berlin, notching her first experience in 2006-07, winning the Berlin Championship in back-to-back years (2006-07 and 200708)…Qualified for the German Championships in 2008-09, taking third place, followed by another national appearance in 2009-10. 2015 17-17 3 2 8 29 .103 11

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MEGAN MA

So. / M / 5-3

Vancouver, B.C. / Magee Secondary MA CAREER STATS Year GP-GS

G

10

A Pts Sh Sh% SOG

2015: America East All-Rookie pick...Received starting nods in all 22 games at outside midfield...Registered her first career goal at Vermont (10/18)...Recorded her first career point, an assist at Miami (Ohio) in the first game of the year (8/28)...Inserted 39 penalty corners as a freshman.

High School: A member of the gold medal Canadian National Championship U-18 BC Blue Provincial squad in 2014 and the U-16 gold medal Canadian Championship team TOTAL 22-22 1 3 5 5 .200 1 for NC Blue Provincial in 2012…Played her club field hockey with the Vancouver Hawks Club, earning a regular season title in 2014 and the silver medal at Women’s Division 2 Club Championships…Also won silver in the Vancouver Women’s Division 3 Championships with Vancouver Hawks 3 Club in 2013…An accomplished soccer player, taking sixth in the Canadian National Championships at the BC Provincial Premier Cup with Fusion Premier Soccer in 2012…Named Magee’s Athlete of the Year in 2012 after playing volleyball, soccer and basketball...Led Magee Secondary field hockey to the 2014 Silver Medal at city and zone championships as a senior. 2015 22-22 1 3 5 5 .200 1

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RACHEL BILLIG

So. / F / 5-3

Danville, Pa. / Danville BILLIG CAREER STATS Year GP-GS

G

11

A Pts Sh Sh% SOG

2015 22-15 4 0 8 15 .267 9 TOTAL 22-15

20

4

0

8

15 .267

9

2015: Made 22 appearances with 15 starts as a rookie...Scored her first career goal in a 6-0 win at Vermont (10/18)...An NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree...Totaled four goals for eight points, including the game-winner in a 2-1 victory over Cornell (10/20). High School: Tallied 47 goals and 58 assists in her career as an Ironman for Danville… Scored 21 goals with 10 assists in her senior season…A team captain as a senior…Four-year letterwinner at Danville…Heartland Conference Division I All-Star First Team selection as a senior…Also ran track at Danville.

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CAMRYN DIAS

So. / F / 5-4

Hopedale, Mass. / Hopedale DIAS CAREER STATS

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2015: Saw time in 22 games with five starts...Scored her first career goal against UNH (10/4)...Recorded her first career point on an assist at Lafayette (9/25).

High School: A two-time Dual Valley Conference (DVC) First Team All-Star…Metro West Super Team All Star…2014 Telegram & Gazette Super Team All Star…Led Hopedale to four 2015 21-5 1 1 3 9 .111 5 DVC titles with an all-time record of 31-1 in four years of conference play as well as an overall record of 71-8-2 …Named 2014 DVC Most Valuable Player, leading her team with TOTAL 21-5 1 1 3 9 .111 5 25 goals and five assists…Three-time All-DVC Player including an undefeated 2014 season that earned DVC Player of the Year and MVP honors … Tallied 131 career points, including 51 goals and 29 assists… Played club with Boston Field Hockey Club (BFHC) … Selected to represent the team at the National Club Championships, the National Indoor Tournament and the last three USA Field Hockey Festivals… Selected to compete at two National Futures Championship… Also played tennis at Hopedale. Year GP-GS

G

A Pts Sh Sh% SOG

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TAYLOR SCHWOYER

Sr. / D / 5-0

Telford, Pa. / Christopher Dock

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G

A Pts Sh Sh% SOG

2015 21-5 1 1 3 9 .111 5 TOTAL 21-5

1

1

3

9 .111

2015: Came off the bench for 15 appearances as a junior...Recorded an assist against UC Davis in the America East Quarterfinals (11/5)...Winner of the Elite 18 Award for the second consecutive season...Notched her third NFHCA Scholar of Distinction and National Academic Squad accolades...Also an America East All-Academic selection.

5

2014: Won the inaugural America East Field Hockey Elite 18 award, recognizing the student-athlete with the highest cumulative GPA in the America East Tournament Final..NFHCA Scholar of Distinction and member of the Academic Squad...Made nine appearances on the back line for the Great Danes. 2013: An NFHCA All-Academic Squad selection and Scholar of Distinction...Named to the 2013 America East Fall Honor Roll and Commissioner’s Honor Roll...Made 11 appearances on defense. High School: Played midfield at Christopher Dock High and with the High Styx Field Hockey Club...A fouryear letterwinner...Selected first team All-State AA in 2012 and honorable mention in 2010...Led Christopher Dock to District 1 competition from 2009-12 and a Bicentennial League Championship in 2009...Named the Bicentennial League’s MVP in 2012, also a first team all-league selection in 2011 and 2012...Team MVP in 2012 and team captain in 2011 and 2012...Won seven gold medals between 2007 and 2013 at the USAFH Indoor Tournament at the U-14, U-16 and U-19 level...Led High Styx to National Field Hockey Festival appearances in 2008, 2009 and 2010, winning championships in 2011 and 2012...A Futures selection in 2007 ans 2008, as well as a Futures Level I selection from 2009-11...Guided High Styx to a National Futures runner-up finish in 2008 and a third-place finish in 2009.

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KELSEY MUNSTER

So. / F / 5-2

Mountville, Pa. / Hempfield

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G

A Pts Sh Sh% SOG

2015: Made four total appearances in her freshman campaign. High School: A three-year varsity letterwinner for the Black Knights…Went 68-35-1 with Hempfield in her career under Julianne Bojanic-Collier…A member of the PIAA AAA State Championship squad, as well as the National Field Hockey Festival Pool-winning team…Named a Lancaster-Lebanon All-League, All Star First Team, Academic All-State and All-State Academic team pick as a senior… Participated in the German America Partnership Program (GAPP) at Hempfield, as well as the Society for Academic Excellence in Foreign Languages.

2015 4-0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 TOTAL 4-0

0

0

0

0

MELISSA NEALON

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0

77

2015: Redshirt season...Named an NFHCA Scholar of Distinction and National Academic Squad member.

High School: A five-year letterwinner at Shen, helping the Plainsmen to a 72-20 record in her career…Posted a save percentage of .903 along with 51 shutouts…Led the Plainsmen to the New Mechanicville, N.Y. / Shenendehowa York State Class A State Championship in 2013, as well as the Section II title in 2010, 2011 and 2013…Member of the Shen teams in 2012 and 2014 that went to the Section II title match…A 2014 NEALON CAREER STATS Year GP-GS Min GA GAA SV % Record New York State All-Star, Suburban Council First Team selection and Max Field Hockey Preseason Northeast Player to Watch as a team captain…Took Suburban First Team and New York State All2015 0-0 0:00 0 -- 0 -- 0-0 Tournament honors in 2013…A five-time All-Suburban Council pick…Played her club field hockey locally with ADK, earning National Championships in 2012, 2013, and 2014…A member of the TOTAL 0-0 0:00 0 -- 0 -- 0-0 Disney Field Hockey Showcase Silver Medal squad…Also played two seasons of softball at Shen.

R-Fr. / GK / 5-4

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EMILY FRASER

Fr. / M / 5-5

Ballston Lake, N.Y. / Shenendehowa

JULIA KIM

Fr. / D/M / 5-3

Mohegan Lake, N.Y. / Lakeland

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16

High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner in field hockey at Shenendehowa High... Member of the 2015-16 U.S. U19 Indoor National Team, competing in the Can-Am Series and the National Future Championship... Two-time all-state and All-Suburban Council player in 2014 and 2015... Named a top-50 player in Class of 2016 by MAX Field Hockey... Led Shen to 2013 Class A State title in 2013 and 2015, the Section II final each year from 2012-15 and a combined 64-14 record... 2015 Saratogian Player of the Year... Times Union and Saratogian All-Star in 2014 and 2015... Two-time team captain, finishing career with 32 goals and 22 assists... Member of ADK field hockey club team for six years, winning Wicked Smart League title each year from 2013-16... Member of the National Honor Society, Math Honor Society, World Language Honor Society and French Club in high school.

High School/Club: Lettered three years in field hockey, two in lacrosse and one in softball at Lakeland High... Led field hockey team to New York State Class B titles in 2013, 2014 and 2015, combining for a 66-0 record... Also took team to three league, sectional and regional championships... 2015 All-American in New York region... 2014 and 2015 All-New York, all-section and all-league player... Played defense in field hockey, finishing with 11 goals and four assists in career... Team captain as a senior... Played club with Hudson Valley FHC... Named team’s most improved player in 2014... Member of National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society and Habitat for Humanity in high school.

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VIOLA VON DER MÜHLEN

Fr. / D / 5-6

Norderstedt, Germany

ALYSSA CURTIS

Fr. / F / 5-5

Camden, N.Y. / Camden

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High School/Club: Formerly was a state champion at the U16 outdoor and U18 indoor levels plus was part of the U16 National Champion outdoor team, also competing in the U18 National Club Championships... Currently practicing with the team that plays in the 1st Bundesliga, the top level play in Germany.... Plays club for UHC Hamburg, which won the German hockey title in the Women’s Regionalliga in 2015 and 2016, and is one of its youngest players.

High School/Club: Lettered six years in field hockey and two years in basketball at Camden High... Led the Blue Devils to the Section III championship in 2014 and 2015 and the CSC championship in 2015 and 2016, combining to go 77-13 in final four years... Earned All-New York State All-Star honors from 2013-16 and 2015 All-Mohawk Valley Player of the Year... First Team Section III All-Star and All-CNY All-Star from 2013-16 and First Team all-league player from 2011-16... Two-time team captain... Finished high school career with 164 goals and 94 assists, including 40 goals and 17 assists as a senior... Named team’s offensive MVP from 2013-16 plus earned team’s Sportsmanship Award in 2015.

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BAYLEE BURGHARDT

Fr. / D/M / 5-6

Vestal, N.Y. / Vestal

DANA BOZEK

So. / M / 5-6

Cortlandt, N.Y. / Lakeland

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High School/Club: Played four years of varsity field hockey, three years of varsity basketball and three years of varsity lacrosse at Vestal High... Led Golden Bears to seven Section IV championships, including three in field hockey, and five New York State regional championships across three sports... Led Vestal to pair of final fours in New York State in field hockey... Two-time all-state and all-region player in field hockey... Finished high school field hockey career with 45 goals and 65 assists, including 11 goals and 15 assists as a senior team captain to earn All-New York and First Team AllSection IV honors.

High School/Club: Named the National Player of the Year as a senior by MAX Field Hockey, also earning The Journal News Westchester/Putham field hockey player of the year, finishing senior season with 46 goals and 25 assists... Lettered five years in field hockey at Lakeland High, finishing career with 103 goals and 83 assists... Take Lakeland to five New York Class B state titles, including two goals in the 4-1 victory in 2015 title game... Named an NFHCA All-American three seasons, including First Team in 2014 and 2015... Team captain in junior and senior seasons... Played for Hudson Valley Field Hockey Club.

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BRYANT UNIVERSITY

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Friday, Aug. 26 Time: 3:00 p.m. Location: Albany, N.Y.

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Sunday, Aug. 28 Time: 1:00 p.m. Location: Albany, N.Y.

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Saturday, Sept. 3 Time: 1:00 p.m. Location: Albany, N.Y.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Hempstead, N.Y. Mascot: Pride Enrollment: 10,870 Founded: 1935 President: Stuart Rabinowitz, JD Stadium: Hofstra Field Hockey Stadium Capacity: 1,000 Athletic Director: Jeffrey A. Hathaway Website: gohofstra.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Smithfield, R.I. Mascot: Bulldogs Enrollment: 3,462 Founded: 1863 President: Ronald K. Machtley Stadium: Bryant Track and Turf Complex Capacity: 500 Athletic Director: Bill Smith Website: bryantbulldogs.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Hanover, N.H. Mascot: Big Green Enrollment: 4,200 Founded: 1769 President: Philip J. Hanlon Stadium: Chase AstroTurf Field Capacity: 600 Athletic Director: Harry Sheehy Website: dartmouthsports.com

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Kathy De Angelis (19th season) Conference Affiliation: CAA 2015 Record: 14-6 (4-2 CAA) 2015 Postseason: CAA Semifinals

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Shaunessy Saucier (8th season) Conference Affiliation: NEC 2015 Record: 3-16 (1-5 NEC) 2015 Postseason: None

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Amy Fowler (16th season) Conference Affiliation: Ivy League 2015 Record: 7-10 (2-5 Ivy) 2015 Postseason: None

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 8-1 UAlbany Last Time Out: UAlbany 1-0 (9/8/15)

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 4-0 UAlbany Last Time Out: UAlbany 3-0 (8/31/14)

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 1-1 Last Time Out: UAlbany 3-1 (10/11/14)

MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Jim Sheehan Email: jim.b.sheehan@hofstra.edu Phone: 516-463-6764

MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Megan Sewall Email: msewall1@bryant.edu Phone: 401-232-6558

MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Pat Salvas Email: Patrick.Salvas@Dartmouth.edu Phone: 603-646-9340

PENN STATE UNIVERSITY

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Sunday, Sept. 4 Time: 2:30 p.m. Location: Lafayette, Pa.

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Friday, Sept. 9 Time: 4:00 p.m. Location: Princeton, N.J.

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Sunday, Sept. 11 Time: 1:00 p.m. Location: Lewisburg, Pa.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: University Park, Pa. Mascot: Nittany Lions Enrollment: 46,848 Founded: 1855 President: Eric J. Barron Stadium: Penn State Field Hockey Complex Capacity: 750 Athletic Director: Sandy Barbour Website: gopsusports.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Princeton, N.J. Mascot: Tigers Enrollment: 7,946 Founded: 1746 President: Christopher L. Eisgruber Stadium: Bedford Field Capacity: 1,200 Athletic Director: Mollie Marcoux Samaan Website: goprincetontigers.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Lewisburg, Pa. Mascot: Bison Enrollment: 3,600 Founded: 1846 President: John C. Bravman Stadium: Graham Field at Holmes Stadium Capacity: 1,000 Athletic Director: John Hardt Website: bucknellbison.com

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Charlene Morett-Curtiss (29th season) Conference Affiliation: Big Ten 2015 Record: 9-10 (4-4 Big Ten) 2015 Postseason: Big Ten Semifinals

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Carla Tagliente (1st season) Conference Affiliation: Ivy League 2015 Record: 11-7 (7-0 Ivy) 2015 Postseason: Ivy League Champion, NCAA Quarterfinals

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Jeremy Cook (8th season) Conference Affiliation: Patriot League 2015 Record: 8-11 (3-3 Patriot) 2015 Postseason: Patriot League Semifinals

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 1-0 Penn State Last Time Out: Penn State 2-1 (11/10/12)

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 3-1 Princeton Last Time Out: UAlbany 3-0 (9/28/14)

MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Jeff Smith Email: jzs23@psu.edu Phone: 814-865-3613

MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Warren Croxton Email: wcroxton@princeton.edu Phone: 609-258-2630

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SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 3-0 UAlbany Last Time Out: UAlbany 3-1 (9/20/15) MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Matt Jackson Email: mjj010@bucknell.edu Phone: 570-577-1227

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YALE UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE

SAINT JOSEPH’S UNIVERSITY

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Saturday, Sept. 17 Time: 12:00 p.m. Location: Albany, N.Y.

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Friday, Sept. 23 Time: 7:00 p.m. Location: Newark, Del.

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Sunday, Sept. 25 Time: 3:00 p.m. Location: Philadelphia, Pa.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: New Haven, Conn. Mascot: Bulldogs Enrollment: 5,543 Founded: 1701 President: Peter Salovey Stadium: Johnson Field Capacity: 750 Athletic Director: Thomas Beckett Website: yalebulldogs.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Newark, Del. Mascot: Blue Hens Enrollment: 22,852 Founded: 1743 President: Dennis Assanis Stadium: Fred P. Rullo Stadium Capacity: 2,000 Athletic Director: Website: bluehens.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Mascot: Hawks Enrollment: 8,629 Founded: 1851 President: Dr. Mark C. Reed Stadium: Ellen Ryan Field Capacity: 200 Athletic Director: Don DiJulia Website: sjuhawks.com

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Pam Stuper (12th season) Conference Affiliation: Ivy League 2015 Record: 3-14 (1-6 Ivy) 2015 Postseason: None

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Rolf van de Kerkhof (6th season) Conference Affiliation: CAA 2015 Record: 16-6 (4-2 CAA) 2015 Postseason: CAA Champion, NCAA First Round

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Lynn Farquhar (3rd season) Conference Affiliation: Atlantic 10 2015 Record: 9-9 (5-3 A10) 2015 Postseason: Atlantic 10 Semifinals

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 5-0 UAlbany Last Time Out: UAlbany 2-0 (10/11/15) MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Sam Rubin Email: sam.rubin@yale.edu Phone: 203-432-1456

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SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 3-1 UAlbany Last Time Out: UAlbany 3-2 (3OT) (8/26/12) MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Maggie Hayon Email: mhayon@udel.edu Phone: 302-831-6389

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 1-0 Saint Joseph’s Last Time Out: Saint Joseph’s 5-0 (9/4/00) MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Joe Greenwich Email: jgreenwi@sju.edu Phone: 610-660-1738

UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

UNIVERSITY OF MAINE

UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Friday, Sept. 30/Sunday, Oct. 16 Time: 2:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. Location: Durham, N.H./Albany, N.Y.

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Sunday, Oct. 2/Friday, Oct. 21 Time: 1:00 p.m./3:00 p.m. Location: Albany, N.Y./Orono, Maine

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Friday, Oct. 7/Sunday, Oct. 23 Time: 2:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. Location: Albany, N.Y./Burlington, Vt.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Durham, N.H. Mascot: Wildcats Enrollment: 13,000 Founded: 1866 President: Mark Huddleston Stadium: Memorial Field Capacity: 12,000 Athletic Director: Marty Scarano Website: unhwildcats.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Orono, Maine Mascot: Black Bears Enrollment: 9,297 Founded: 1862 President: Susan J. Hunter Stadium: UMaine Field Hockey Complex Capacity: 500 Athletic Director: Karlton Creech Website: goblackbears.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Burlington, Vt. Mascot: Catamounts Enrollment: 10,081 Founded: 1791 President: E. Thomas Sullivan Stadium: Moulton Winder Field Capacity: 2,000 Athletic Director: Jeff Schulman Website: uvmathletics.com

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Robin Balducci (25th season) Conference Affiliation: America East 2015 Record: 8-11 (4-4 AE) 2015 Postseason: America East Quarterfinals

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Josette Babineau (10th season) Conference Affiliation: America East 2015 Record: 19-4 (7-1 AE) 2015 Postseason: America East Final

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Kate Pfeifer (3rd season) Conference Affiliation: America East 2015 Record: 4-16 (2-6 AE) 2015 Postseason: America East Quarterfinals

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 11-9 UAlbany Last Time Out: UAlbany 4-3 (10/25/15)

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 13-9 UAlbany Last Time Out: UAlbany 2-0 (11/8/15)

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 14-5 UAlbany Last Time Out: UAlbany W 6-0 (10/18/15)

MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Doug Poole Email: doug.poole@unh.edu Phone: 603-862-2585

MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Shawn Berry Email: shawn.w.berry@maine.edu Phone: 207-581-4158

MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Alastair Ingram Email: alastair.ingram@uvm.edu Phone: 802-656-1109

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2015 OVERALL RECORD: 19-3 | AMERICA EAST (EAST DIVISION): 7-1

DATE OPPONENT AUGUST 28 at Miami (Ohio) 30 at Ohio State SEPTEMBER 8 at Hofstra 11 at Maryland 13 NORTH CAROLINA 20 BUCKNELL 25 at Lafayette 27 at Monmouth OCTOBER 2 VERMONT * 4 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 9 at Maine 11 at Yale 16 at UMass Lowell * 18 at Vermont * 20 CORNELL 23 MAINE * 25 at New Hampshire * NOVEMBER 1 UMASS LOWELL * 5 UC DAVIS ^ 7 PACIFIC ^ 8 MAINE ^ 14 vs. Boston College #

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Sunday, Oct. 9 Time: 2:00 p.m. Location: Albany, N.Y. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Easton, Pa. Mascot: Leopards Enrollment: 2,450 Founded: 1826 President: Alison Byerly Stadium: Rappolt Field Capacity: 1,000 Athletic Director: Bruce McCutcheon Website: goleopards.com TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Jennifer Stone (4th season) Conference Affiliation: Patriot League 2015 Record: 9-10 (3-3 Patriot) 2015 Postseason: Patriot League Semifinals SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 6-1 UAlbany Last Time Out: UAlbany 3-1 (9/25/15) MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Matt Tedino Email: tedinom@lafayette.edu Phone: 610-330-5518

UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS LOWELL

W 3-1 W 3-1 W 1-0 W 2-1 L 2-4 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 1-0 W 3-1 W 4-1 L 2-6 W 2-0 W 3-1 W 6-0 W 2-1 W 3-1 W 4-3 W 9-3 W 7-1 W 5-0 W 2-0 L 1-2

BOLD CAPS indicates home games ---Home games played at the Alumni Turf * America East match ^ America East Tournament (Albany, N.Y.) # NCAA Tournament First Round (Storrs, Conn.)

MATCH INFORMATION Date: Friday, Oct. 14/Sunday, Oct. 30 Time: 4:00 p.m./2:00 p.m. Location: Lowell, Mass./Albany, N.Y. GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Lowell, Mass. Mascot: River Hawks Enrollment: 17,191 Founded: 1894 President: Jacquie Maloney Stadium: Cushing Field Capacity: 500 Athletic Director: Tim Murray Website: goriverhawks.com

FINAL 2015 AMERICA EAST STANDINGS EAST DIVISION TEAM AMERICA EAST UALBANY 7-1 Maine 7-1 New Hampshire 4-4 Vermont 2-6 UMass Lowell 0-8 WEST DIVISION TEAM AMERICA EAST Stanford 4-2 Pacific 4-2 California 3-3 UC Davis 1-5

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach: Shannon Hlebichuk (15th season) Conference Affiliation: America East 2015 Record: 5-14 (0-8 AE) 2015 Postseason: None SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: 4-0 UAlbany Last Time Out: W 9-3 (11/1/15) MEDIA INFORMATION Media Contact: Ashley Robbins Email: Ashley_robbins@uml.edu Phone: 978-934-2306

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RESULT

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OVERALL 19-3 19-4 8-11 4-16 5-14 OVERALL 13-7 10-7 9-10 8-12

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2015 STATISTICS (SEASON)

America East 2015 Field Hockey Albany Combined Team Statistics (Through games of Jul 11, 2016) All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

* * * * * * * *

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Date Aug 28 Aug 30 Sep 08 Sep 11 Sep 13 Sep 20 Sep 25 Sep 27 Oct 02 Oct 04 Oct 09 Oct 11 Oct 16 Oct 18 Oct 20 Oct 23 Oct 25 Nov 01 Nov 05 Nov 07 Nov 08 Nov 14

Opponent at Miami at Ohio State at Hofstra at #8 Maryland #2 NORTH CAROLINA BUCKNELL at Lafayette at Monmouth VERMONT NEW HAMPSHIRE at Maine at Yale Bulldogs at UMass Lowell at Vermont CORNELL #18 MAINE at New Hampshire UMASS LOWELL UC-DAVIS PACIFIC #19 MAINE vs #9 Boston College

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots/Game PENALTY CORNERS PENALTY STROKES PENALTIES Green cards Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

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OVERALL 19-3 8-1 11-2 Score 3-1 3-1 1-0 2-1 2-4 3-1 3-1 1-0 3-1 4-1 2-6 2-0 3-1 6-0 2-1 3-1 4-3 9-3 7-1 5-0 2-0 1-2

W W W W L W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W L

Att. 107 287 73 425 385 297 526 210 167 285 25 151 170 100 264 187 231 257 0 0 0 267

ALBANY

OPP

71-362 3.23 .196 16.5 166 5-7

29-162 1.32 .179 7.4 66 1-1

27 7 0

21 9 0

1842 10/184 1/267

2305 11/210

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HOME 9-1 5-0 4-1 ##

8 5 18 13 7 22 11 9 10 4 14 15 12 19 3 1

AWAY 10-1 3-1 7-0

Player

Paula Heuser Anna Bottino Fiori Van Rijswijk Liza Morgan Laura Page Kelsey Briddell Rachel Billig Frederike Helmke Megan Ma Jaclyn Hibbs Camryn Dias Taylor Schwoyer Annie Klinger Emily White Kelsey Munster Maxi Primus Total Opponents

## Goalie

1

Maxi Primus Total Opponents

gp 22 22 18 22 22 22 22 17 22 22 21 15 19 1 5 22 22 22 GP 22 22 22

NEUTRAL 0-1 0-0 0-1

g

34 15 1 7 0 4 4 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 71 29

a

pts

Min. GA 1540:00 29 1540:00 29 1540:00 71 1st

2nd

Total 71 29

1st

2nd

Total 362 162

Saves by Period Albany Opponents

1st

2nd

Total 72 143

Corners by Period Albany Opponents

1st

2nd

Total 166 66

Goals by Period Albany Opponents Shots by Period Albany Opponents

G R E AT D A N E S

34 10

37 19

188 174 67 95 29 79 82 36

sh sh% gw ps-att dsv

12 80 136 12 42 78 17 19 12 2 16 44 12 12 11 2 10 15 0 8 15 2 8 29 3 5 5 2 4 2 1 3 9 1 1 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 66 208 362 26 84 162

43 64 84 30

.250 9 .192 5 .083 0 .159 2 .000 0 .267 1 .267 1 .103 1 .200 0 .500 0 .111 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .196 19 .179 3

GAAvg Saves

5-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-7 1-1

0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 4

Pct W-L-T

1.32 64 .688 19-3-0 1.32 72 .713 19-3-0 3.23 143 .668 3-19-0

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2015 BOX SCORES #7 UALBANY 3, OHIO STATE 1 (Columbus, Ohio)

#7 UALBANY 3, MIAMI (OH) 1 (Oxford, Ohio)

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey #7 UAlbany vs Ohio State (Aug 30, 2015 at Columbus, Ohio)

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey #7 UAlbany vs Miami (Aug 28, 2015 at Oxford, Ohio) Goals by period UAlbany Miami

UAlbany (1-0) vs. Miami (0-1) Date: Aug 28, 2015 • Attendance: 107 Weather:

UAlbany

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Ma, Megan Klinger, Annie Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori White, Emily Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -11 Billig, Rachel 14 Dias, Camryn Totals

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 70 2 - 1 - 70 - - 1 - 70 9 3 - - 70 - - 1 - 70 - - - - 70 - - - - 61 4 - - - 70 - - - - 22 - - - - 70

Pos # gk 1 4 5 7 8 10 12 13 18 19 22

# 1

15

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

3

3

0

Min GA 70:00 1

Shots by period UAlbany Miami

1 7 1

2 8 5

Total 15 6

Penalty corners UAlbany Miami

1 8 2

2 5 1

Total 13 3

Scoring summary: No.

Time Team 41:18 ALBANY 57:00 ALBANY 60:30 ALBANY

1. 2. 3.

67:25 MIAMI

4.

43 14

Saves 3

1 0 0

Miami

Player XAVIER, Alysa PORTUGAL, Paula PRITCHARD, Geagy ROMAGOSA, Carla OTTEN, Henni STURM, Avery DECHANT, Bea COLBY, Makenna HERAS, Mariona PAUL, Megan MCLAUGHLIN, Kate -- Substitutes -STAHL, Brianna HUNKER, Kendall GEORGE, Emily MCQUAID, Anna WHITE, Kelsi ROIG, Estel AMON, Angela Totals

Pos # gk 1 5 8 9 13 15 16 17 23 24 27 2 4 7 11 12 18 32

2 3 1

Total 3 1

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 2 1 - - 54 1 - - - 62 - - - - 65 - - - - 52 - - - - 63 2 - - - 50 - - - - 39 1 - - 1 70 - - - - 61 - - - - 31 6

# Goalkeepers 1 XAVIER, Alysa TM TEAM

1

0

Min GA 70:00 3 0:00 0

Saves by period UAlbany Miami

1 1 4

2 2 4

1

15 20 27 9 18 35 11 Saves 7 1

Total 3 8

UAlbany

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Klinger, Annie Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -14 Dias, Camryn 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

# 1

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

Assist Bottino, Anna Penalty stroke Page, Laura Ma, Megan (unassisted)

Off penalty corner

Total 13 15

Penalty corners UAlbany Ohio State

1 3 1

2 5 4

Total 8 5

1.

Time Team Goal scorer 3:52 ALBANY Heuser, Paula

2. 3. 4.

28:42 ALBANY Heuser, Paula 38:29 OSU Humphrey, Maddy 48:17 ALBANY Van Rijswijk, Fiori

Goals by period UAlbany Hofstra

UAlbany

Hofstra

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 70 8 1 - - 70 - - - 1 70 1 - 1 - 62 - - - 1 70 - - - - 63 - - - - 70 1 - - - 67 - - - - 70 1 - - - 70

1 4 1

2 7 10

Total 11 11

Penalty corners UAlbany Hofstra

1 0 0

2 0 2

Total 0 2

Scoring summary: No. 1.

Time Team Goal scorer 18:53 ALBANY Bottino, Anna (1)

2

1 1 0

Player Swan, Carys Hussong, Colby Mumley, Taylor Witmer, Carissa Loehr, Charlotte Maxwell-Smith, Leigh Gallagher, Emily Schoen, Simca Schoen, Stella Reed, Madison Marin Samper,Claudia -- Substitutes -8 Kirkpatrick, Gillian 9 Sauve, Madison 26 Schlegel, Samantha Totals

Pos # g 56 m 2 f 5 d 7 m 10 d 17 m 18 d 19 f 21 m 22 f 23

18 0

Saves 5 2

# 88

Goalkeepers Tamburro, Liz

15

1

1

0

Min GA 70:00 3

Saves by period UAlbany Ohio State

Assist Van Rijswijk, Fiori Page, Laura (unassisted) Royce, Emma Heuser, Paula

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 2 - - - 70 2 - - - 64 - - - - 67 2 - - - 70 - - - - 70 4 1 - - 68 - - - - 70 - - - - 54 5 - 1 - 70 - - - - 70

1 2 5

2 5 3

6 16 5 Saves 8

Total 7 8

Description Off penalty corner Backhanded, five yards out Tip in off shot by Royce Off penalty corner

Official's signature

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2 0 0

Total 1 0

# 56

Goalkeepers Swan, Carys

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 60 - - - - 70 - - - - 35 - - - - 65 - - - - 70 - - - - 66 1 - - - 66 4 - - - 45 1 - - - 35 5 - - - 62 11

0

0

Min GA 70:00 1

Saves by period UAlbany Hofstra

1 1 0

Assist Heuser, Paula

2 6 4

0

Goals by period UAlbany Maryland

UAlbany (4-0) vs. Maryland (2-3) Date: Sep 11, 2015 • Attendance: 425 Weather: 80s, sunny

UAlbany

Shots by period UAlbany Hofstra

Saves 7

Total 3 1

Official's signature

UAlbany (3-0) vs. Hofstra (2-3) Date: Sep 08, 2015 • Attendance: 73 Weather: 90 degrees and sunny

Min GA 70:00 0 0:00 0

15 22

Win-Primus, Maxi (2-0). Loss-Tamburro, Liz (1-1). Stadium: Buckeye Varsity Fld. Officials: Benjamin Peters; Sally Edinger; Timekeeper: P. Lukich; Scorer: M. Basford; Offsides: UAlbany 0, Ohio State 0.

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey #7 UAlbany vs Hofstra (Sep 08, 2015 at Hempstead, NY)

# Goalkeepers 1 Primus, Maxi TM TEAM

Min GA 70:00 1 2 5 13

#7 UALBANY 1, HOFSTRA 0 (Hempstead, N.Y.)

1

0

Player Tamburro, Liz Hamilton, Paige Johnson, Peanut Hiltz, Brooke Kile, Morgan Cole, Casey Humphrey, Maddy Rath, Caroline Pany, Hannah Royce, Emma Vergroesen, Carolina -- Substitutes -5 VonderBrink, Annie 13 Daniels, Courtney 19 Faust, Natalie Totals

Pos # gk 88 m 2 f 3 f 6 m 8 m 9 f 23 f 24 b 25 b 27 m 28

2 1 1

Player cards: GC-OSU #8 (2:43); GC-ALBANY #13 (48:42); YC-OSU #3 (52:20); YC-ALBANY #13 (60:40)

Player cards: GC-MIAMI #16 (5:00); GC-ALBANY #8 (25:52)

1

3

1 8 2

Description

Win-Primus, Maxi (1-0). Loss-XAVIER, Alysa (0-1). Stadium: Miami FH Complex Officials: Grant Hundley; Jan Stanke; Offsides: UAlbany 0, Miami 0.

11

3

Shots by period UAlbany Ohio State

No.

PORTUGAL, Paula

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Klinger, Annie Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -14 Dias, Camryn 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

13

1 2 0

Ohio State

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 70 2 - - - 70 1 - 1 - 70 4 2 1 - 70 1 - - - 70 - - - - 55 - - - - 70 2 - - - 63 3 1 1 - 70 - - - - 58

Pos # gk 1 d 4 m 5 m 7 m 8 m 10 f 11 m 12 f 13 m 18 f 22

Scoring summary:

Goal scorer Heuser, Paula Heuser, Paula Heuser, Paula

Pos # g 1 d 4 m 5 m 7 m 8 m 10 f 11 d 12 f 13 m 18 f 22

Goals by period UAlbany Ohio State

UAlbany (2-0) vs. Ohio State (1-1) Date: Aug 30, 2015 • Attendance: 287 Weather: Mostly sunny, mid 70s

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Klinger, Annie Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -14 Dias, Camryn Totals

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 70 1 1 - - 70 - - - - 70 2 1 1 - 70 1 - - - 70 - - - - 60 - - - - 70 - - - - 45 - - - - 70 1 - - - 70

Pos # gk 1 4 5 7 8 10 11 12 13 18 22

5

2

1

0

Maryland Pos # gk 1 3 4 7 8 10 11 14 17 18 22

35

2 5 12 15 16 20 23 44

8 31 47 Saves 4

Total 7 4

Description 8 slide a pass to 5 in the arc and 5 scored on a turn around

# 1

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

Min GA 70:00 1

Shots by period UAlbany Maryland

1 2 14

2 3 9

Total 5 23

Penalty corners UAlbany Maryland

1 1 6

2 2 2

Total 3 8

Scoring summary: No. 1. 2. 3.

Time Team 37:47 ALBANY 58:02 ALBANY 62:53 UMD

Saves 13

Goal scorer Bottino, Anna (2) Heuser, Paula (6) Welma Luus (2)

# 1 44 TM

Assist Heuser, Paula (unassisted) (unassisted)

Player cards: GC-ALBANY #8 (30:24); GC-UMD #10 (31:51); GC-UMD #17 (40:26)

Win-Primus, Maxi (3-0). Loss-Swan, Carys (1-3). Stadium: Hofstra FH Stadium Officials: Avtar Calay; Stefon Smith; Timekeeper: Arlene Asti; Scorer: Adam Siepiola; Offsides: UAlbany 0, Hofstra 0.

Win-Primus, Maxi (4-0). Loss-Jill Genovese (2-3). Stadium: FH & Lax Complex Officials: Stefanie Judefind; Mary Driscoll; Offsides: UAlbany 0, Maryland 0.

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Player Jill Genovese Carrie Hanks Kasey Tapman Emma Rissinger Alyssa Parker Linnea Gonzales Delaney Leathers Faye Curran Anna Dessoye Sarah Sprink Lein Holsboer -- Substitutes -Olivia Reiter Shari Jones Marissa Cutry Welma Luus Julie Duncan Courtney Deena Brooke Adler Sarah Holliday Totals

2 2 1

Total 2 1

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 43 - - - - 70 - - - - 70 3 - - - 53 3 - - - 59 4 - - - 57 - - - - 58 3 - - - 42 2 - - - 67 4 - - - 66 1 - - - 59 3 23

Goalkeepers Jill Genovese Sarah Holliday TEAM

Saves by period UAlbany Maryland

Player cards: YC-HOFSTRA #19 (54:45)

Official's signature

1 0 0

1 1

0

0

Min GA 43:05 1 24:34 1 2:21 0 1 6 0

2 7 0

5 8 29 36 6 11 7 25 Saves 0 0 0

Total 13 0

Description backhanded shot into low part of cage high shot into the net off rebound

Official's signature

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2015 BOX SCORES #5 UALBANY 3, BUCKNELL 1 (Albany, N.Y.)

#2 NORTH CAROLINA 4, #7 UALBANY 2 (Albany, N.Y.) Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey #2 North Carolina vs #7 UAlbany (Sep 13, 2015 at Albany, N.Y.) Goals by period North Carolina UAlbany

North Carolina (5-1) vs. UAlbany (3-1) Date: Sep 13, 2015 • Attendance: 385 Weather:

North Carolina Pos # g 31 f 2 m 3 b 9 b 10 m 13 f 15 b 16 b 17 f 21 m 22 1 4 5 6 8 11 12 18 27 30

# 31

Player Shannon Johnson Lauren Moyer Kristy Bernatchez Emily Wold Nina Notman Ashley Hoffman Malin Evert Julia Young Morgan Goetz Casey Di Nardo Eva van't Hoog -- Substitutes -Jessica Perreira Leila Evans Sam Night Halle Frain Catherine Hayden Mackenzie Mick Caroline Plyler Rachel Black Gab Major Austyn Cuneo Totals

Goalkeepers Shannon Johnson

4

4

0

Min GA 70:00 2

Shots by period North Carolina UAlbany

1 11 6

2 8 2

Total 19 8

Penalty corners North Carolina UAlbany

1 6 5

2 2 2

Total 8 7

Scoring summary: No. 1. 2.

Time Team 3:30 NC 6:38 NC

UAlbany

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 47 1 - - - 56 - - - - 30 3 2 2 - 66 7 1 1 - 70 - - - - 70 1 - - - 55 - - - - 70 - - - - 68 3 - - - 60 2 1 1 - 68 1 1 19

31:55 ALBANY Bottino, Anna (2) 44:33 ALBANY Heuser, Paula (6)

5. 6.

58:22 NC 61:52 NC

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Klinger, Annie Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -14 Dias, Camryn 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

Saves 2

2 2 1

Total 4 2

8

# Goalkeepers 1 Primus, Maxi TM TEAM

2

2

0

Min GA 70:00 4 0:00 0

Saves by period North Carolina UAlbany

1 2 2

2 0 2

BUCKNELL

Player Keen, Shannon Kauffman, Kelsey Dressler, Stephanie Sullivan, Kayla Sydnor, Kiersten Watson, Abby Palandjian, Estelle Mucelli, Amy Fitzgerald, Emma Wills, Anna Goodloe, Emily -- Substitutes -5 Johnson, Emily 7 Olson, Sally 9 Lesher, Claire 17 Rupnik, Nicole 19 Hitchings, Emily 22 Evans, M.C. Totals

33 20

# Goalkeepers 77 Keen, Shannon TM TEAM

Saves 3 1

Total 2 4

2 2 8

Total 2 15

Penalty corners BUCKNELL UAlbany

1 0 3

2 1 4

Total 1 7

No.

1.

off penalty corner rebound penalty corner

Goals by period UAlbany Lafayette

UAlbany

Lafayette

# 1

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 70 - - - - 63 - - 2 - 70 3 2 - - 70 1 - - - 70 1 - - - 59 1 - - - 47 1 1 - - 46 - - 2 - 70 1 - - - 67

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

Min GA 70:00 1

Shots by period UAlbany Lafayette

1 3 1

2 5 4

Total 8 5

Penalty corners UAlbany Lafayette

1 2 0

2 6 0

Total 8 0

1. 2.

Time Team Goal scorer 17:04 ALBANY Morgan, Liza 29:04 ALBANY Heuser, Paula

3.

44:25 ALBANY Heuser, Paula

4.

63:15 LAFAYE Turner, Ami (3)

Pos # gk 33 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 15 16 24

53 15

Saves 2

Scoring summary: No.

2. 3. 4.

right side, took it herself penalty corner beat the goalie off penalty corner

24:29 59:08 66:02

Win-Primus, Maxi (6-1). Loss-Arnold, Katelyn (5-4). Stadium: Rappolt Field Officials: Jen Anton; Lois Pinto; Scorer: Lafayette SID; Offsides: UAlbany 0, Lafayette 0.

# 1

1 15

3

4

0

Min GA 70:00 1

Saves by period BUCKNELL UAlbany

ALBANY Morgan, Liza (1) BUCKNE Mucelli, Amy ALBANY Bottino, Anna (4)

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 70 4 1 1 - 65 1 - 1 - 70 4 1 - - 70 3 - - - 65 - - - - 62 - - - - 60 2 1 - - 56 - - 2 - 70 - - - - 70

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

Assist Van Rijswijk, Fiori Page, Laura Bottino, Anna Dressler, Stephanie Van Rijswijk, Fiori

Total 1 3

1 3 0

2 3 1

20 14

Saves 1

Total 6 1

Description penalty corner 5 passes to 13 top of circle, fires right corner penalty corner rebound 18 takes it right endline, finds 5 far-post

Player cards: GC-BUCKNELL #14 (39:58); GC-BUCKNELL #1 (57:05); GC-ALBANY #7 (58:58); GC-ALBANY #22 (65:23)

Official's signature

#5 UALBANY 1, MONMOUTH 0 (West Long Branch, N.J.)

9 10 14 17 23 25

# 33

1 2 0

Player Arnold, Katelyn Hunsicker, Cody Shanks, Rosie Colbourne, Ellen Turner, Ami Lillis, Meg Millen, Hannah Macrae, Paige Magadan, Amanda Szalkowski, Kirby Furneaux, Aliza -- Substitutes -Taylor, Kristen Bird, Rachel Weedling, Kendall Delahanty, Theresa Ewing, Kaitlynn Birle, Katie Totals

2 1 1

Total 3 1

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 60 - - - - 24 - - - - 65 1 1 - - 65 - - - - 35 - - - - 57 1 - - - 33 1 - 1 - 64 - - - - 65 - - - - 55 2 5

Goalkeepers Arnold, Katelyn

1

1

Min GA 70:00 3

Saves by period UAlbany Lafayette

Assist Dias, Camryn Page, Laura Van Rijswijk, Fiori Page, Laura Van Rijswijk, Fiori Magadan, Amanda

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey #5 UAlbany vs Monmouth (Sep 27, 2015 at W. Long Branch, NJ)

1 1 0

2 1 4

0

16 38 49 41 30 16 Saves 4

Total 2 4

Description move in from right, cross, settle finish high left off corner, slotted left side off corner, stopped and shot high right side streak down right side, pass right, diving shot over down goalie

Player cards: GC-LAFAYETT #15 (38:13)

32

Saves 5 1

2 1 1

Official's signature

UAlbany (6-1) vs. Lafayette (5-4) Date: Sep 25, 2015 • Attendance: 526 Weather:

0

12 19 23 42 32 7

Time Team Goal scorer 4:51 ALBANY Heuser, Paula (8)

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey UAlbany vs Lafayette (Sep 25, 2015 at Easton, Pa.)

1 5

1

Min GA 70:00 3 0:00 0 1 0 7

#5 UALBANY 3, LAFAYETTE 1 (Easton, Pa.)

3

1

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Klinger, Annie Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -11 Billig, Rachel 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

Pos # gk 1 d 4 m 5 m 7 m 8 d 9 m 10 d 12 f 13 m 18 f 22

Win-Primus, Maxi (5-1). Loss-Keen, Shannon. Stadium: Alumni Turf Officials: Stefon Smith; Eileen Jones; Scorer: Brooke Rayder; Offsides: BUCKNELL 0, UAlbany 0.

Win-Shannon Johnson. Loss-Primus, Maxi (3-1). Stadium: Alumni Turf Scorer: Justin Berger; Offsides: North Carolina 0, UAlbany 0.

8

1

Shots by period BUCKNELL UAlbany

Description

Player cards: GC-NC #9 (33:35); GC-ALBANY #13 (51:58); GC-NC #27 (60:18)

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -14 Dias, Camryn 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

2

1 0 2

UAlbany

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 64 - - 1 - 70 - - - 1 65 1 - - - 41 - - - - 44 - - - - 44 1 1 - - 68 - - - - 38 - - - - 70 - - - - 70

Pos # gk 77 m 1 d 3 m 11 f 14 f 16 m 18 m 20 f 21 d 27 d 29

Scoring summary: Assist (unassisted) Emily Wold Eva van't Hoog (unassisted) Page, Laura Van Rijswijk, Fiori (unassisted) Emily Wold Nina Notman

Emily Wold Eva van't Hoog

Pos # gk 1 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 13 18 22

Goals by period BUCKNELL UAlbany

BUCKNELL (2-5) vs. UAlbany (5-1) Date: Sep 20, 2015 • Attendance: 297 Weather: Brisk, windy

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 70 1 1 - - 70 - - 1 - 70 4 1 - - 70 - - - - 70 - - - - 32 - - - - 70 - - - - 55 2 - 1 - 70 1 - - - 70

Pos # g 1 d 4 m 5 d 7 m 8 m 10 f 11 d 12 f 13 m 18 f 22

0 0 19 2 0 2 2 7 45 28

Goal scorer Emily Wold Nina Notman

3. 4.

1 2 1

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey BUCKNELL vs #5 UAlbany (Sep 20, 2015 at Albany, N.Y.)

Goals by period UAlbany Monmouth

UAlbany (7-1) vs. Monmouth (3-7) Date: Sep 27, 2015 • Attendance: 210 Weather: overcast, cool, mid 60s

UAlbany

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -14 Dias, Camryn 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 1 - - - 70 1 - - - 66 - - - - 70 4 - - - 70 3 1 - - 70 - - - - 62 - - - - 59 1 - - - 64 - - 1 - 70 - - - - 67

Pos # gk 1 d 4 m 5 d 7 m 8 d 9 m 10 f 11 f 13 d 18 m 22

# 1

10

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

1

1

Min GA 70:00 0

Shots by period UAlbany Monmouth

1 7 4

2 3 2

Total 10 6

Penalty corners UAlbany Monmouth

1 7 3

2 2 2

Total 9 5

Scoring summary: No.

1.

0

25 7 Saves 4

Time Team Goal scorer 62:42 ALBANY Helmke, Frederike (1)

1 0 0

Monmouth

Player Piersanti, Christen Allen, Cori Kusakavitch, Mallory Ercolino, Alyssa Warner, Teresa Donahue, Meg Girardi, Gab Garden Bachop, G. Horner, Lauren Hanna, Casey Konowal, Rachel -- Substitutes -4 Southard, Sydney 19 Higgins, Casey Totals

6

# Goalkeepers 31 Piersanti, Christen TM TEAM

Assist Van Rijswijk, Fiori

Total 1 0

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 70 - - - - 70 1 - - - 70 3 - - - 70 - - - - 70 - - - - 39 - - - - 70 - - - - 41 2 - - 1 70 - - - - 70

Pos # gk 31 m 6 d 7 m 9 f 10 f 11 f 15 m 16 d 18 d 23 d 24

Saves by period UAlbany Monmouth

2 1 0

0

0

Min GA 70:00 1 0:00 0 1 2 4

2 2 1

1

25 35 Saves 4 1

Total 4 5

Description off corner

Player cards: GC-MON #16 (33:42); YC-ALBANY #13 (33:42); YC-ALBANY #4 (55:42); YC-ALBANY #11 (57:59) Win-Primus, Maxi (7-1). Loss-Piersanti, Christen (3-7). Stadium: So Sweet A Cat Field Officials: Kati Cavanagh; John Pierce; Timekeeper: Monmouth; Scorer: Monmouth; Offsides: UAlbany 0, Monmouth 0.

Official's signature

Official's signature

U N I V E R S I T Y AT A L B A N Y

G R E AT D A N E S

2016 FIELD HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE


2015 BOX SCORES #6 UALBANY 4, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1 (Albany, N.Y.)

#6 UALBANY 3, VERMONT 1 (Albany, N.Y.)

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey UNH vs #6 UAlbany (Oct 04, 2015 at Albany, N.Y.)

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey Vermont vs #6 UAlbany (Oct 02, 2015 at Albany, N.Y.) Goals by period Vermont UAlbany

Vermont (2-9, 0-1 AE) vs. UAlbany (8-1, 1-0 AE) Date: Oct 02, 2015 • Attendance: 167 Weather: Cold, windy

Vermont Pos # gk 5 m 1 d 3 f 4 d 11 m 12 m 13 m 15 d 21 m 23 f 27 8 9 10 18 19 22

# 5

Player Benwood, Lena Wilson, Greer Cleemoff, Chelsey Higgins, Molly Hurd, Olivia Farmer, Anne-Marie Gaines, Taylor Robinson, Aria Tucker, Lauren Gillen, Jackie Warren, Landon -- Substitutes -Picchi, Rachael Godsman, Carla O'Brien, Tess Murray, Katie Diehl, Jenny Lee, Kyra Totals

Sh G - 1 - - - - 1 - 4 1 1 1 8

Goalkeepers Benwood, Lena

1

0

Min GA 70:00 3

Shots by period Vermont UAlbany

1 1 12

2 7 16

Total 8 28

Penalty corners Vermont UAlbany

1 1 3

2 4 4

Total 5 7

Saves 10

Total 1 3

Sh G - - 6 1 6 2 2 - 1 1 6 1 2 -

A DS Min - - 70 - 2 70 2 - 65 2 - 70 1 - 70 - - 70 - - 70 - - 44 - - 49 - - 66 - - 70

3 28

5

3

Min GA 70:00 1 0:00 0 1 4 0

2 6 5

2

Player Melissa Rize Emily Howarth Chandler Giese Meg Flatley Jackie Hozza Lindsey Nerbonne Gianna Bensaia Katie Audino Meg Carroll Ashley Mendonca Emma Compagna -- Substitutes -3 Taylor Scafidi 5 Lynne Lehman 8 Courtney Sweeny 9 Rachel Thomson 12 Taylor Rideout 15 Brittany Marshall 29 Jessica Schmidt Totals

Pos # gk 30 m 2 d 7 f 10 d 11 m 13 m 14 f 16 f 17 d 19 f 21

28 12

Saves 3 2

Total 10 5

# 30

Goalkeepers Melissa Rize

2.

31:26

VERMO Tucker, Lauren

3.

48:29

ALBANY Heuser, Paula (12)

4.

66:06

ALBANY Morgan, Liza (3)

Win-Primus, Maxi (8-1). Loss-Benwood, Lena. Stadium: Alumni Turf Officials: Angelee Hargreaves; Susan Burke; Scorer: Brooke Rayder; Offsides: Vermont 0, UAlbany 0.

UAlbany

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Klinger, Annie Morgan, Liza Dias, Camryn Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -11 Billig, Rachel Totals

# 1

13

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

2

2

Min GA 70:00 6

Shots by period UAlbany MAINE

1 5 4

2 8 6

Total 13 10

Penalty corners UAlbany MAINE

1 2 1

2 7 1

Total 9 2

Scoring summary: No.

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

Time Team 3:28 MAINEF 4:20 MAINEF 22:01 ALBANY 30:54 ALBANY 57:09 MAINEF 60:06 MAINEF 66:30 MAINEF 67:42 MAINEF

0

Goal scorer Skillings, Jessica (3) Shaw, Marissa (7) Bottino, Anna Morgan, Liza Wagg, Samantha (6) Riedl, Libby (4) Svetek, Cassidy (3) Bingle, Katie (4)

Min GA 70:00 4

2 1 0

Total 1 3

Time Team 1:23 ALBANY 11:40 ALBANY 29:26 ALBANY

1. 2. 3.

penalty corner give and go

0

1 0 3

UAlbany

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Klinger, Annie Morgan, Liza Dias, Camryn Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -11 Billig, Rachel 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

Pos # gk 1 d 4 m 5 m 7 m 8 d 9 m 10 d 12 f 13 f 14 m 22

19 23 32 13 25 0 33 Saves 4

# 1

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi 1 3 1

Assist Bottino, Anna Ma, Megan (unassisted)

Sh 5 1 3 1 1 2 2 -

G 1 1 1 1 -

A DS Min - - 70 - - 70 1 - 68 - - 70 1 - 68 - - 70 1 - 70 - - 47 - - 60 - - 51 - - 67

15

4

3

0

2 1 1

25 34

Saves 2

Total 4 2

Description

4.

56:57

ALBANY Bottino, Anna (5)

Heuser, Paula

5.

65:12

UNH

Courtney Sweeny

Meg Carroll

Total 1 4

Min GA 70:00 1

Saves by period UNH UAlbany

Goal scorer Morgan, Liza (3) Helmke, Frederike (2) Dias, Camryn (1)

2 1 1

5 takes it right endline, 13 deflects into goal short penalty corner play Solo shot from the left side into the upper right corner 8 takes on two defenders,5 spins center of circ into goal scramble in front of the net

Player cards: GC-ALBANY #8 (23:06); YC-ALBANY #14 (57:05); GC-ALBANY #4 (58:59); GC-ALBANY #7 (59:53) Win-Primus, Maxi (9-1). Loss-Melissa Rize. Stadium: Alumni Turf Officials: Jamal Grosvenor; Judith Strong; Scorer: Brooke Rayder; Offsides: UNH 0, UAlbany 0.

Official's signature

Official's signature

#6 UALBANY 2, YALE 0 (New Haven, Conn.) Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey #6 UAlbany vs Yale Bulldogs (Oct 11, 2015 at New Haven, CT)

1 2 2

MAINE Pos # gk 30 b 2 f 4 m 5 m 6 f 7 b 9 m 13 b 14 f 17 m 18

61

Saves 3

1 1

1 0 3

penalty corner

Goals by period UAlbany MAINE

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 70 2 1 1 - 70 2 - - - 70 4 - 1 - 70 4 - - - 70 - - - - 70 - - - - 70 1 1 - - 62 - - - - 17 - - - - 70

1

Penalty corners UNH UAlbany

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey #6 UAlbany vs MAINE (Oct 09, 2015 at Orono, Maine)

Pos # gk 1 b 4 m 5 m 7 m 8 b 9 m 10 b 12 f 13 f 14 f 22

1 7

Total 7 15

MAINE 6, #6 UALBANY 2 (Albany, N.Y.)

UAlbany (9-2,2-1) vs. MAINE (11-2, 2-0) Date: Oct 09, 2015 • Attendance: 25 Weather:

A DS Min - - 70 - - 60 - - 70 - - 47 - - 70 - - 57 - - 52 - 9 - - 53 - - 70 - - 61

2 5 5

off a penalty corner give-and-go

Player cards: GC-ALBANY #22 (15:55); YC-VERMONT #23 (33:25); YC-VERMONT #13 (34:10); YC-VERMONT #13 (67:11)

G 1 -

1 2 10

Description

8 took it right endline, 13 pokes in

Sh 2 1 3 -

Shots by period UNH UAlbany

No.

Assist Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Robinson, Aria Cleemoff, Chelsey Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula

Goals by period UNH UAlbany

UNH (4-6, 1-1 AE) vs. UAlbany (9-1, 2-0 AE) Date: Oct 04, 2015 • Attendance: 285 Weather: 60 degrees and partly cloudy

Scoring summary:

Time Team Goal scorer 10:45 ALBANY Heuser, Paula (11)

1.

# Goalkeepers 1 Primus, Maxi TM TEAM Saves by period Vermont UAlbany

Scoring summary: No.

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Klinger, Annie Morgan, Liza Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -14 Dias, Camryn 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

Pos # gk 1 d 4 m 5 m 7 m 8 d 9 m 10 f 11 d 12 f 13 f 22

37 33 21 7 5 2

2 0 2

UNH

UAlbany

A DS Min - - 70 - - 70 1 - 70 - 8 - - 70 - - 49 - - 60 1 - 70 - - 70 - - 61 - - 66 2

1 1 1

10 12 22 32

# 30 32

Player Cochran, Emma Mosky, Ella Skillings, Jessica Sevey, Nicole Gomes, Samantha Aviani, Danielle Bingle, Katie Veljacic, Sydney Martineau, Adriana Shaw, Marissa Crowley, Casey -- Substitutes -Riedl, Libby Wagg, Samantha Svetek, Cassidy Corbett, Emily Totals

Total 2 6

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 41 - - - - 52 1 1 1 - 62 - - - - 70 - - - - 70 3 - 1 - 16 2 1 - - 70 - - - - 70 - - - - 20 1 1 - - 24 - - - - 16 1 1 1 10

Goalkeepers Cochran, Emma Corbett, Emily

1 1 1 6

2 4

Min GA 35:00 2 35:00 0

Saves by period UAlbany MAINE

Assist (unassisted) Skillings, Jessica Heuser, Paula Bottino, Anna Riedl, Libby Aviani, Danielle Riedl, Libby (unassisted)

2 0 4

1 1 2

2 2 2

0

62 50 62 29

UAlbany

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Klinger, Annie Morgan, Liza Dias, Camryn Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -11 Billig, Rachel 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

Description SHOT UNASSISTED SHOT FROM 4 PAST GK SHOT FROM 8 DIRECT SHOT FROM CORNER DRIBBLE IN SHOT FROM LEFT SIDE FAST BREAK UNASSISTED OFF REBOUND

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 1 1 - - 70 7 - - - 70 1 - - - 70 9 - - - 70 3 - - - 70 - - - - 66 - - - - 70 12 - - - 58 1 - - - 39 3 1 - - 61

Pos # gk 1 d 4 m 5 m 7 m 8 d 9 m 10 m 12 f 13 f 14 f 22

Saves 2 2

Total 3 4

Goals by period UAlbany Yale Bulldogs

UAlbany (10-2, 2-1 AE) vs. Yale Bulldogs (2-9, 0-3 IVY) Date: Oct 11, 2015 • Attendance: 151 Weather: 61 Degrees and Clear Skies

# 1

3 1 41

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

2

0

Min GA 70:00 0

Shots by period UAlbany Yale Bulldogs

1 21 1

2 20 1

Total 41 2

Penalty corners UAlbany Yale Bulldogs

1 4 1

2 8 0

Total 12 1

Scoring summary: No. 1. 2.

Time Team Goal scorer 54:12 ALBANY Briddell, Kelsey (1) 57:56 ALBANY Hibbs, Jaclyn (1)

0

Yale Bulldogs

Player Emilie Katz Katie Smith Lily Smith Carol Middough Noelle Villa Marissa Medici Jackie Kisa Nikoletta Toffoloni Nicole Wells Kiwi Comizio Evagelia Toffoloni -- Substitutes -2 Alyssa Weiss 8 Steffi Katz 10 Brooke Reese 11 Tess Thompson 17 Katerina Toffoloni Totals

# 36

Saves by period UAlbany Yale Bulldogs

1 0 10

Assist (unassisted) (unassisted)

Win-Primus, Maxi (10-2 Overall). Loss-Emilie Katz (2-9 Overall). Stadium: Johnson Field Officials: Katie Cavanaugh; Tom Roskowski; Timekeeper: Tim Cooney; Scorer: Bill Garfield; Offsides: UAlbany 0, Yale Bulldogs 0.

G R E AT D A N E S

0

0

0

2 1 10

18 46 14 36 26 Saves 20

Total 1 20

Description

Win-Corbett, Emily (11-2). Loss-Primus, Maxi (9-2). Stadium: Maine FH Complex Officials: LESLIE BROUCHER; TOM ROSKOWSKI; Offsides: UAlbany 0, MAINE 0.

Total 2 0

Min GA 70:00 2

Player cards: GC-YALE #19 (64:46)

U N I V E R S I T Y AT A L B A N Y

2

Goalkeepers Emilie Katz

Player cards: GC-MAINEFH #TM (3:14); GC-MAINEFH #18 (28:28); GC-MAINEFH #18 (34:50); YC-MAINEFH #7 (45:20); GC-MAINEFH #13 (60:54); YC-MAINEFH #13 (67:42)

Official's signature

2 2 0

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 58 - - - - 60 1 - - - 61 - - - - 15 - - - - 70 - - - - 34 - - - - 70 - - - - 70 - - - - 66 1 - - - 55

Pos # gk 36 m 3 m 4 f 6 b 7 m 9 b 13 b 18 m 19 b 20 f 25

26 31

Saves 1

1 0 0

Official's signature

2016 FIELD HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE

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2015 BOX SCORES #10 UALBANY 6, VERMONT 0 (Burlington, Vt.)

#10 UALBANY 3, UMASS LOWELL 1 (Lowell, Mass.)

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey #10 UAlbany vs Vermont (Oct 18, 2015 at Burlington, Vt.)

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey #10 UAlbany vs UMass Lowell (Oct 16, 2015 at Lowell, Mass.) UAlbany (11-2, 3-1) vs. UMass Lowell (5-9, 0-4) Date: Oct 16, 2015 • Attendance: 170 Weather: 60 degrees, partly cloudy, breezy

Goals by period UAlbany UMass Lowell

UAlbany

UMass Lowell

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Morgan, Liza Dias, Camryn Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -11 Billig, Rachel 12 Klinger, Annie 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

Sh G A DS Min - - - - 70 - - - - 70 2 - - - 68 - - - - 70 10 2 - - 70 1 - - - 70 - - - - 65 2 1 - - 44 1 - - - 45 - - - - 70 1 - 1 - 50

Pos # gk 1 4 5 7 8 9 10 13 14 18 22

# 1

2 1 20

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

3

1

Min GA 70:00 1

Shots by period UAlbany UMass Lowell

1 10 0

2 10 4

Total 20 4

Penalty corners UAlbany UMass Lowell

1 5 0

2 4 1

Total 9 1

0

2 2 1

Total 3 1

Player Sh G A DS Min FEDERICO, Kelsey - - - - 70 COWDEROY, Georgia - - - - 70 VILLARE, Annie - - - - 64 MOSER, Allyssa - - - - 70 AGNEESSENS, Eleonor 1 1 - - 54 MANKOWICH, Kelly - - - - 70 Fiedtkou, Marzana - - - - 70 FREITAS, Kelly - - 1 - 70 DOIRON, Christa - - - - 46 WATT, Sophie - - - - 70 HUK, Torrie - - - - 56 -- Substitutes -2 LUCHINO, Katie 1 - - - 22 8 FREITAS, Jenna 1 - - - 20 10 AVENI, Kristin - - - - 10 21 FITZGERALD, Fiona 1 - - 9 Totals 4 1 1 0

Pos # gk 83 3 5 6 7 9 11 13 18 23 25

33 18 26

Saves 3

# 83

Goalkeepers FEDERICO, Kelsey

Saves by period UAlbany UMass Lowell

Min GA 70:00 3 1 0 7

2 3 2

Saves 9

Total 3 9

UAlbany (12-2, 4-1) vs. Vermont (3-12, 1-4) Date: Oct 18, 2015 • Attendance: 100 Weather: Cold, snow

Goals by period UAlbany Vermont

UAlbany

Vermont

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Morgan, Liza Dias, Camryn Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -3 Munster, Kelsey 11 Billig, Rachel 12 Klinger, Annie 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

1.

Time Team Goal scorer 18:00 ALBANY Heuser, Paula (13)

Assist (unassisted)

# 1

2. 3. 4.

45:48 ALBANY Morgan, Liza (6) 48:31 ALBANY Heuser, Paula (14) 67:27 UML AGNEESSENS, Eleonore (1)

(unassisted) Briddell, Kelsey FREITAS, Kelly

2 6

6

0

Min GA 70:00 0

Shots by period UAlbany Vermont

1 11 1

2 6 1

Total 17 2

Penalty corners UAlbany Vermont

1 6 0

2 5 0

Total 11 0

Time Team 14:22 ALBANY 22:40 ALBANY 30:14 ALBANY 33:08 ALBANY 44:06 ALBANY 65:50 ALBANY

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Beat defender on breakaway, shot top shelf for goal Spun around defender quick shot above goalie Pass to top of circle, beat goalie right side Pass to other side of net, put in

Goal scorer Bottino, Anna Billig, Rachel Bottino, Anna Billig, Rachel Heuser, Paula Ma, Megan

Cornell (8-5) vs. UAlbany (13-2) Date: Oct 20, 2015 • Attendance: 264 Weather: 50 degrees, no wind

Goals by period Cornell UAlbany

Cornell

UAlbany

# Goalkeepers 99 Gagliardi, Mackenzie TM TEAM

5

1

Min GA 70:00 2 0:00 0

Shots by period Cornell UAlbany

1 4 4

2 2 6

Total 6 10

Penalty corners Cornell UAlbany

1 4 1

2 1 4

Total 5 5

1

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -12 Klinger, Annie 14 Dias, Camryn 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

Saves 3 1

10

# Goalkeepers 1 Primus, Maxi TM TEAM 1 2 4

2 2 0

2 1 1

Total 1 2

6

2

3

MAINE

UAlbany

Pos # gk 32 d 2 f 4 d 5 m 6 f 7 f 9 m 13 d 14 m 17 m 18 1 10 12 22 30

2

Saves 2 2

Total 4 4

Goals by period MAINE UAlbany

# 32 30

3.

66:32 COR

Weeks, Katy

Player Corbett, Emily Mosky, Ella Skillings, Jessica Sevey, Nicole Gomes, Samantha Aviani, Danielle Bingle, Katie Veljacic, Sydney Martineau, Adriana Shaw, Marissa Crowley, Casey -- Substitutes -Cummings, Madison Riedl, Libby Wagg, Samantha Svetek, Cassidy Cochran, Emma Totals

Sh SOG G A DS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 1 - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 3

Goalkeepers Corbett, Emily Cochran, Emma

1 2

1 1

Min GA 35:00 1 35:00 2

Shots by period MAINE UAlbany

1 0 4

2 3 5

Total 3 9

Penalty corners MAINE UAlbany

1 0 4

2 2 1

Total 2 5

Scoring summary: Assist Morgan, Liza Page, Laura Van Rijswijk, Fiori Standiford, Taylor

1.

Description right side of the circle penalty corner pass from right, shot top shelf

1 0 2

0

2 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 Saves 3

Total 0 3

Description Scramble in front of the goal scramble after corner

2. 3. 4.

Time Team Goal scorer 22:05 ALBANY Bottino, Anna (9) 50:49 ALBANY Heuser, Paula (17) 61:17 MAINEF Svetek, Cassidy 66:58 ALBANY Heuser, Paula (18)

1

0

Saves 0 0

# 1

Saves by period MAINE UAlbany

Assist Heuser, Paula (unassisted) Bingle, Katie Page, Laura Van Rijswijk, Fiori

Win-Primus, Maxi (14-2). Loss-Corbett, Emily. Stadium: Alumni Turf Officials: Jennifer Anton; Stefon Smith; Scorer: Brooke Rayder; Offsides: MAINE 0, UAlbany 0.

G R E AT D A N E S

2 1 2

Total 1 3

Sh SOG G A DS - - - - - - 2 1 1 - - - 1 4 2 2 1 - - - - - - - - - 2 - - - - - 1 - - - 1 9

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

Win-Primus, Maxi (13-2). Loss-Gagliardi, Mackenzie (2-1). Stadium: Alumni Turf Officials: Suzi Sutton; Wendi Massaro; Scorer: Justin Berger; Offsides: Cornell 0, UAlbany 0.

Official's signature

1 0 1

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -12 Klinger, Annie 14 Dias, Camryn Totals

Player cards: GC-ALBANY #4 (18:13); GC-MAINEFH #5 (22:05); GC-ALBANY #11 (60:47)

0

Min GA 70:00 6

Pos # gk 1 d 4 m 5 d 7 m 8 d 9 m 10 f 11 f 13 d 18 m 22

Player cards: GC-ALBANY #TM (30:02); GC-ALBANY #4 (40:03)

U N I V E R S I T Y AT A L B A N Y

0

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MAINE (15-3, 5-1 AE) vs. UAlbany (14-2, 5-1 AE) Date: Oct 23, 2015 • Attendance: 187 Weather: 45 degrees, windy

No.

1. 2.

Time Team Goal scorer 33:36 ALBANY Billig, Rachel (1) 53:08 ALBANY Heuser, Paula (13)

2

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey #18 MAINE vs #10 UAlbany (Oct 23, 2015 at Albany, N.Y.)

Min GA 70:00 1 0:00 0

Saves by period Cornell UAlbany

Total 6 0

#10 UALBANY 3, #18 MAINE 1 (Albany, N.Y.)

Sh SOG G A DS - - - - - - 1 2 1 - - 1 - - 1 5 3 1 - - - - - - - 1 1 1 - - - 1 1 1 - 1 1 - - - -

Pos # gk 1 d 4 m 5 m 7 m 8 d 9 m 10 f 11 f 13 d 18 m 22

1

Scoring summary: No.

1 0 1

2 2 0

Sh G A DS Min - - - 0 - - - 0 - - - 0 2 - - 0 - - - 0 - - - 0 - - - 0 - - - 0 - - - 0 - - - 0 - - - 0

Goalkeepers Benwood, Lena

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6

Player Benwood, Lena Wilson, Greer Cleemoff, Chelsey Higgins, Molly Godsman, Carla Hurd, Olivia Farmer, Anne-Marie Gaines, Taylor Robinson, Aria Tucker, Lauren Gillen, Jackie -- Substitutes -Picchi, Rachael O'Brien, Tess Saward, Lizzy Bonner, Kelsey Warren, Landon Totals

Assist Heuser, Paula Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey Bottino, Anna Van Rijswijk, Fiori Helmke, Frederike

Win-Primus, Maxi (12-2). Loss-Benwood, Lena (3-12). Stadium: Moulton Winder FIeld Scorer: Lauren Baum; Offsides: UAlbany 0, Vermont 0.

Sh SOG G A DS - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - 1 1 - - 1 1 - - 3 2 - - - - 1 - - - 1 1 1 - -

# 5

1 4 0

Saves by period UAlbany Vermont

Win-Primus, Maxi (11-2). Loss-FEDERICO, Kelsey (5-9). Stadium: Wicked Blue Field Officials: Donna Chung; Steve Walker; Scorer: Ashley Robbins; Offsides: UAlbany 0, UMass Lowell 0.

Player Gagliardi, Mackenzie Carlson, Katie McILwrick, Sam Schulte-Bockum, Luis Josephs, Isabel Siergiej,Isabel Mayers, Krysten Siergiej, Marisa Standiford, Taylor Graeff, Sophie Weeks, Katy -- Substitutes -5 Garrity, Katie 21 Horak, Elizabeth 23 Fitzpatrick, Kate Totals

8 10 16 20 27

Saves 0

Player cards: GC-ALBANY #4 (22:24)

Pos # gk 99 f 6 d 8 d 9 m 10 f 11 f 12 d 13 m 15 d 16 m 24

Pos # gk 5 1 3 4 9 11 12 13 15 21 23

0 0 0 0

Player cards: GC-ALBANY #12 (24:14); YC-ALBANY #13 (50:08); GC-UML #3 (68:40)

#10 UALBANY 2, CORNELL 1 (Albany, N.Y.)

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2 17

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

No.

Description

Sh G A DS Min - - - 0 - - - 0 4 2 1 0 1 - - 0 5 1 1 0 2 - 1 0 1 1 - 0 - - - 0 1 - - 0 1 - 2 0 - - 1 0

Pos # gk 1 4 5 7 8 9 10 13 14 18 22

Scoring summary:

Scoring summary: No.

1 1 0

3

3

Min GA 70:00 1 1 0 0

2 0 1

3

0

Saves 1

Total 0 1

Description 8 beats 3 defenders to find 5 right side of circle took it herself through the circle scramble through the cirlce penalty corner

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2015 BOX SCORES #8 UALBANY 9, UMASS LOWELL 3 (Albany, N.Y.)

#10 UALBANY 4, NEW HAMPSHIRE 3 (Durham, N.H.)

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey UMass Lowell vs #8 UAlbany (Nov 01, 2015 at Albany, N.Y.)

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey #10 UAlbany vs UNH (Oct 25, 2015 at Durham, NH) UAlbany (15-2, 6-1 AE) vs. UNH (7-9, 3-3 AE) Date: Oct 25, 2015 • Attendance: 231 Weather:

Goals by period UAlbany UNH

UAlbany

UNH

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -14 Dias, Camryn Totals

Sh SOG G A DS - - - - - - 2 1 - 1 - - - 10 8 3 - - - - - - - - - - 2 1 - 1 - - - 1 1 1 - -

Pos # gk 1 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 13 18 22

# 1

15

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

11

4

Min GA 70:00 3

Shots by period UAlbany UNH

1 8 8

2 7 4

Total 15 12

Penalty corners UAlbany UNH

1 3 3

2 0 1

Total 3 4

Scoring summary: No.

Saves 5

# 30

Total 4 3

Sh SOG G A DS - - - - - - - - - 2 2 1 - - - - 4 1 - 1 - - - 3 2 1 - - - - - - - 2 2 - - 1 12

Goalkeepers Melissa Rize

1 8

1 3

Min GA 70:00 4

Saves by period UAlbany UNH

1 4 4

2 1 3

1

0

Saves 7

Total 5 7

Player Sh SOG FEDERICO, Kelsey VILLARE, Annie MOSER, Allyssa AGNEESSENS, Eleonor FREITAS, Jenna MANKOWICH, Kelly Fiedtkou, Marzana 1 FREITAS, Kelly DOIRON, Christa 1 1 WATT, Sophie 1 1 HUK, Torrie 2 2 -- Substitutes -2 LUCHINO, Katie 10 AVENI, Kristin 15 WERNER, Amanda 21 FITZGERALD, Fiona Totals 5 4

Pos # gk 83 m 5 d 6 f 7 f 8 d 9 d 11 m 13 f 18 m 23 f 25

# 83

Goalkeepers FEDERICO, Kelsey

Assist Penalty stroke Penalty stroke Morgan, Liza (unassisted) Lindsey Nerbonne Bottino, Anna Penalty stroke

Win-Primus, Maxi (15-2). Loss-Melissa Rize (7-9). Stadium: Memorial Field Officials: Amy Baxter; Leslie Boucher; Offsides: UAlbany 0, UNH 0. Albany timeout at 44:10. UNH timeout at 68:16.

Total 5 39

Penalty corners UMass Lowell UAlbany

1 3 3

2 0 10

Total 3 13

Time Team 2:34 ALBANY 5:27 ALBANY 12:25 ALBANY 30:18 UML

1. 2. 3. 4.

13 L side center pass; 22 open cage off rebound; 5 L wing drive lo R post 13 entry Rwing; 17 lifted shot over GK 5 shot/post; 5 corrall ball pass to 8

5.

39:57

ALBANY Bottino, Anna (10)

43:16 45:51 47:13

UML HUK, Torrie ALBANY Heuser, Paula (21) ALBANY Heuser, Paula (22)

9. 10.

50:22 55:45

UML DOIRON, Christa ALBANY Heuser, Paula (23)

11.

62:53

ALBANY Bottino, Anna (11)

12.

68:42

ALBANY Helmke, Frederike

UC Davis

UAlbany

# 33

Goalkeepers Cohen, Erica

4

2

1

Min GA 70:00 7

Shots by period UC Davis UAlbany

1 1 23

2 3 6

Total 4 29

Penalty corners UC Davis UAlbany

1 1 13

2 1 2

Total 2 15

Scoring summary: No.

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

Time Team 25:28 ALBANY 26:40 ALBANY 30:52 ALBANY 33:04 ALBANY 37:35 UCDFH 48:01 ALBANY 51:07 ALBANY 55:26 ALBANY

Goal scorer Heuser, Paula (19) Briddell, Kelsey (2) Heuser, Paula (20) Heuser, Paula (21) Wigney, Kayla Bottino, Anna (10) Heuser, Paula (22) Billig, Rachel (4)

1

1 0 4

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -3 Munster, Kelsey 12 Klinger, Annie 14 Dias, Camryn 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

Saves 18

# 1

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

Total 3 9

Sh SOG 11 5 14 11 4 3 1 1 2 2 6 5 1 -

G 2 5 1 1 -

39

- - - - 9 12

27

A DS - 1 2 2 2 1 - - - 4 - -

Min GA 70:00 3

Saves by period UMass Lowell UAlbany

Assist (unassisted) Van Rijswijk, Fiori Bottino, Anna Fiedtkou, Marzana DOIRON, Christa Heuser, Paula Hibbs, Jaclyn FREITAS, Kelly Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Van Rijswijk, Fiori WATT, Sophie Page, Laura Van Rijswijk, Fiori Helmke, Frederike Heuser, Paula Van Rijswijk, Fiori

2 2 6

1 7 1

2 11 0

0

Saves 1

Total 18 1

Description

rebound off of initial shot by 8 beat one defender, shot down the middle penalty corner give and go penalty corner deflection 8 goes length of the field 4-on-3, 5 makes move past goalie deflection in front of the net penalty corner give and go penalty corner deflection on long pass penalty corner penalty corner tip penalty corner back door pass

# 1

1 29

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

Assist (unassisted) Heuser, Paula (unassisted) (unassisted) Singh, Agustina Ma, Megan Bottino, Anna Schwoyer, Taylor

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey Pacific vs #8 UAlbany (Nov 07, 2015 at Albany, N.Y.) 2 1 3

Total 1 7

19

7

Min GA 70:00 1

Saves by period UC Davis UAlbany

1 11 1

2 1 0

1 4

0

Saves 1

Total 12 1

Description

left side, beat three defenders backside penalty corner play rebound off blocked shot on penalty corner got own rebound, tipped in cross from right endline, poked past goalie turnover in UC Davis end, feed from top of circ 3 on 2 breakaway 1 on 1 with goalie, pass from outside circle

Player cards: GC-ALBANY #22 (18:45); YC-ALBANY #4 (39:05); GC-ALBANY #TM (51:53) Win-Primus, Maxi (17-2). Loss-Cohen, Erica. Stadium: Alumni Turf Officials: Gus Soteriades; Stefon Smith; Donna Chung; Scorer: Brooke Rayder; Offsides: UC Davis 0, UAlbany 0.

U N I V E R S I T Y AT A L B A N Y

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#8 UALBANY 5, PACIFIC 0 (Albany, N.Y.)

Sh SOG G A DS - - - - - - 7 6 1 1 - - - 16 10 4 1 2 1 - - - - 1 1 1 1 - 1 - - - - - - 1 1 1 - -

Pos # gk 1 d 4 m 5 d 7 m 8 d 9 m 10 f 11 f 13 d 18 m 22

0

Saves 12

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -3 Munster, Kelsey 12 Klinger, Annie 14 Dias, Camryn 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

Pos # gk 1 d 4 m 5 d 7 m 8 d 9 m 10 f 11 f 13 d 18 m 22

Win-Primus, Maxi (16-2). Loss-FEDERICO, Kelsey. Stadium: Alumni Turf Officials: Angelee Hargreaves; Eileen Jones; Scorer: Brooke Rayder; Offsides: UMass Lowell 0, UAlbany 0.

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Goals by period UC Davis UAlbany

5 6 10 12 17 20 23 27

UAlbany

0

Goal scorer Morgan, Liza (7) Heuser, Paula (19) Heuser, Paula (20) WATT, Sophie

6. 7. 8.

1 1 3

Player cards:

UC Davis (8-12) vs. UAlbany (17-2) Date: Nov 05, 2015 • Attendance: Weather: sunny, in and out breeze, 65 degrees Sh SOG G A DS - - - - - - - - - 1 1 - - - - 1 2 1 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - -

4

Min GA 70:00 9

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey UC Davis vs #8 UAlbany (Nov 05, 2015 at Albany, N.Y.)

Player Cohen, Erica Hazy, Courtney Sooy, Briana Garcia, Jamie Singh, Agustina Wigney, Kayla Drawbridge, Hannah Whitney, Linnea Young, Kate Duterte, Martha Koehne, Danielle -- Substitutes -Borsack, Eden Kramer, Kelley Hessler, Courtney Rodgers, Kristin Jackson, Kat Mewes, Lauren Puplava, Danielle Taglieri, Nica Totals

3

2 2 25

#8 UALBANY 7, UC DAVIS 1 (Albany, N.Y.)

Pos # gk 33 m 3 d 4 m 7 f 9 f 13 m 14 d 15 m 16 d 26 f 30

A DS - - - - - - 1 1 1 1 - -

1 3 14

Description

Player cards: GC-ALBANY #10 (26:56); GC-UNH #21 (61:33); GC-ALBANY #22 (62:03)

G 1 1 1

Shots by period UMass Lowell UAlbany

Scoring summary:

Goal scorer Meg Flatley (7) Heuser, Paula (19) Briddell, Kelsey (2) Lynne Lehman (2) Meg Carroll (4) Heuser, Paula (20) Heuser, Paula (21)

Goals by period UMass Lowell UAlbany

UMass Lowell (5-13,0-7 AE) vs. UAlbany (16-2, 6-1 AE) Date: Nov 01, 2015 • Attendance: 257 Weather: in and out sun, breezy

UMass Lowell

Player Melissa Rize Emily Howarth Chandler Giese Meg Flatley Jackie Hozza Lindsey Nerbonne Gianna Bensaia Meg Carroll Ashley Mendonca Emma Compagna Jessica Schmidt -- Substitutes -5 Lynne Lehman 12 Taylor Rideout 16 Katie Audino Totals

Pos # gk 30 2 7 10 11 13 14 17 19 21 29

0

2 2 1

No.

Time Team 6:38 UNH 15:06 ALBANY 16:18 ALBANY 30:40 UNH 44:10 UNH 51:44 ALBANY 68:16 ALBANY

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

2

1 2 2

Pacific (11-8) vs. UAlbany (18-2) Date: Nov 07, 2015 • Attendance: Weather: windy, 50 degrees

Goals by period Pacific UAlbany

Pacific

UAlbany

Player Pujade, Laura Cofer, Leah Burns, Savannah Steffen, Axelle Muinos, Alicia Robertson, Malia Gulledge, Kelsey Morrison, Kyleigh Van Lathem, Justine Campos, Ali Comeau, Rylee -- Substitutes -8 Egan, Katharine 14 Bettencourt, Hannah 19 Leach, Emma 20 Brooks, Sidney Totals

Sh SOG G A DS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Pos # gk 00 f 2 m 5 m 6 f 7 m 10 d 11 d 12 m 13 f 21 f 22

# 00

0

Goalkeepers Pujade, Laura

0

0

Min GA 70:00 5

Shots by period Pacific UAlbany

1 0 12

2 0 13

Total 0 25

Penalty corners Pacific UAlbany

1 0 4

2 0 7

Total 0 11

Scoring summary: No.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Time Team 6:08 ALBANY 24:47 ALBANY 37:13 ALBANY 58:48 ALBANY 66:17 ALBANY

0

Goal scorer Bottino, Anna Bottino, Anna Heuser, Paula Bottino, Anna Heuser, Paula

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -3 Munster, Kelsey 12 Klinger, Annie 14 Dias, Camryn 15 Schwoyer, Taylor Totals

# 1

Assist Hibbs, Jaclyn Heuser, Paula Penalty stroke (unassisted) Van Rijswijk, Fiori

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Total 0 5

11

5

Min GA 70:00 0 1 4 0

2 2 0

3

0

Saves 0

Total 6 0

Description tip in front off of long pass penalty corner misplay to right side penalty corner rebound direct insert on penalty corner

Player cards: GC-PACIFIC #22 (14:01); YC-PACIFIC #20 (54:41) Win-Primus, Maxi (18-2). Loss-Pujade, Laura. Stadium: Alumni Turf Officials: Stefon Smith; Leslie Boucher; Donna Chung; Scorer: Brooke Rayder; Offsides: Pacific 0, UAlbany 0.

1 25

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

Saves by period Pacific UAlbany

2 0 3

Sh SOG G A DS - - - - - 1 8 4 3 - 2 1 - - 8 6 2 1 2 - - - - - - 1 - - - 1 - - - 1 - - 1 1 - - - -

Pos # gk 1 d 4 m 5 d 7 m 8 d 9 m 10 f 11 f 13 d 18 m 22

0

Saves 6

1 0 2

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2015 BOX SCORES #9 BOSTON COLLEGE 2, #8 UALBANY 1 (Storrs, Conn.)

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey #19 MAINE vs #8 UAlbany (Nov 08, 2015 at Albany, N.Y.)

Field Hockey Box Score (Final) 2015 UAlbany Field Hockey #9 Boston College vs #8 UAlbany (Nov 14, 2015 at Storrs, Conn.)

MAINE (19-4) vs. UAlbany (19-2) Date: Nov 08, 2015 • Attendance: Weather: windy, overcast, 45 degrees

Goals by period MAINE UAlbany

MAINE

UAlbany

Pos # gk 30 d 2 f 4 d 5 m 6 f 7 f 9 m 13 d 14 m 17 m 18 10 12 22 32

# 30 32 TM

Player Cochran, Emma Mosky, Ella Skillings, Jessica Sevey, Nicole Gomes, Samantha Aviani, Danielle Bingle, Katie Veljacic, Sydney Martineau, Adriana Shaw, Marissa Crowley, Casey -- Substitutes -Riedl, Libby Wagg, Samantha Svetek, Cassidy Corbett, Emily Totals

Sh SOG G A DS - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - - - 3 1 7

Goalkeepers Cochran, Emma Corbett, Emily TEAM

1 1 3

0

Min GA 35:00 2 31:18 0 3:42 0

Shots by period MAINE UAlbany

1 5 7

2 2 2

Total 7 9

Penalty corners MAINE UAlbany

1 2 1

2 2 3

Total 4 4

Scoring summary: No. 1. 2.

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#8 UALBANY 2, MAINE 0 (Albany, N.Y.)

Time Team Goal scorer 9:30 ALBANY Heuser, Paula 31:26 ALBANY Briddell, Kelsey

0

# 1

2 0 0

Total 0 2

Sh SOG G A DS - - - - - - 1 1 - 1 - - - 4 2 1 - 1 1 - - - - - - - - 2 1 - - - - - 1 1 1 - 9

Goalkeepers Primus, Maxi

6

2

Min GA 70:00 0

Saves by period MAINE UAlbany

1 3 2

2 1 1

1

Player Leah Settipane Chelcie Mendonca Emily McCoy Ymke Rose Gote Eryn McCoy Romee Stiekema AshLeigh Sebia Jacqueline Kelleher Frederique Haverhals Alyssa Olenick Kelcie Hromisin -- Substitutes -5 Alesandra Miller 8 Lucy Lytle 9 Elizabeth Dennehy 11 Carly Kauffman 21 Alexa Brazauskas 22 Brittany Sheenan Totals

Pos # gk 30 m 2 m 6 m 12 f 13 m 14 f 15 m 16 b 17 b 18 f 19

0

Saves 3

Total 4 3

# 30

Goalkeepers Leah Settipane

right endline pass past defense, one on one wi goalie

5

4

G 1 1

A DS - 1 - - 1 - - - 1 - - -

2

3

Min GA 70:00 1 1 3 3

2 2 4

Total 5 7

Penalty corners Boston College UAlbany

1 2 1

2 2 3

Total 4 4

No.

Description

Sh SOG 1 1 1 2 2 1 1

Shots by period Boston College UAlbany

Scoring summary: Assist Penalty stroke Bottino, Anna

Goals by period Boston College UAlbany

Boston College (13-8) vs. UAlbany (19-3) Date: Nov 14, 2015 • Attendance: 267 Weather: Mostly sunny, 43 degrees

Boston College

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -12 Klinger, Annie 14 Dias, Camryn Totals

Pos # gk 1 d 4 m 5 d 7 m 8 d 9 m 10 f 11 f 13 d 18 m 22

0

Saves 3 1 0

1 0 2

1. 2. 3.

Time Team 1:09 BC 5:22 BC 53:55

Goal scorer Kelcie Hromisin (9) Romee Stiekema (3)

ALBANY Heuser, Paula (34)

0

Saves 5

UAlbany

Player Primus, Maxi Hibbs, Jaclyn Bottino, Anna Page, Laura Heuser, Paula Helmke, Frederike Ma, Megan Billig, Rachel Morgan, Liza Van Rijswijk, Fiori Briddell, Kelsey -- Substitutes -12 Klinger, Annie 14 Dias, Camryn Totals

Assist Eryn McCoy Frederique Haverhals Chelcie Mendonca Van Rijswijk, Fiori

Player cards: GC-ALBANY #4 (45:39); GC-ALBANY #7 (50:15); GC-ALBANY #7 (66:46); GC-BC #14 (66:46)

Win-Primus, Maxi. Loss-Cochran, Emma. Stadium: Alumni Turf Officials: Gus Soteriades; Luci Lagrimas; Stefon Smith; Scorer: Brooke Rayder; Offsides: MAINE 0, UAlbany 0.

Win-Leah Settipane (13-8). Loss-Primus, Maxi (19-3). Stadium: Sherman Complex Officials: Maggie Befort; Mary Driscoll; Timekeeper: Lisa Navin; Scorer: UConn; Offsides: Boston College 0, UAlbany 0.

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# Goalkeepers 1 Primus, Maxi TM TEAM Saves by period Boston College UAlbany

2 0 1

Sh SOG 7 6 -

Pos # gk 1 b 4 m 5 m 7 m 8 b 9 m 10 f 11 f 13 m 18 f 22

Player cards: GC-ALBANY #14 (13:42); GC-ALBANY #22 (23:21); GC-ALBANY #5 (41:03); GC-MAINEFH #12 (41:03); YC-MAINEFH #7 (41:40); GC-ALBANY #TM (46:47)

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1 2 0

6

Total 2 1

G 1 -

A DS - - 1 - - - - - - - 1 - -

1

1

Min GA 70:00 2 0:00 0 1 2 0

2 3 2

1

Saves 1 1

Total 5 2

Description Deflected in off the corner Off the corner

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POST-SEASON HISTORY NCAA DIVISION I TOURNAMENT

2015 First Round vs. Boston College 2014 First Round vs. Wake Forest Quarterfinals at 2-seed Maryland Semifinals vs. 3-seed Connecticut 2012 First Round at 2-seed Penn State

L 1-2

Storrs, Conn.

W 2-1

College Park, Md.

W 2-1

College Park, Md.

L 0-1

College Park, Md.

L 1-2

AMERICA EAST TOURNAMENT

2015 (1-seed, East Division | Albany, N.Y.) vs. 4-seed UC Davis W 7-1 vs. 2-seed Pacific W 5-0 vs. 2-seed Maine W 2-0

State College, Pa.

2010 Play-in Game (not an NCAA tournament game) vs. Rider W 2-1 Albany, N.Y. First Round vs. Ohio State L 1-2 (OT) State College, Pa. 2008 First Round at 1-seed Maryland

L 2-4

College Park, Md.

Division I NCAA Tournament Record: 2-5

2014 (1-seed | Albany, N.Y.) vs. 4-seed Fairfield vs. 2-seed New Hampshire

W 2-1 W 5-0

2013 (2-seed | Durham, N.H.) vs. 3-seed Maine at 1-seed New Hampshire

W 1-0 L 2-3

2012 (2-seed | Durham, N.H.) vs. 3-seed Maine at 1-seed New Hampshire

W 4-1 W 3-1

2011 (4-seed | Durham, N.H.) at 1-seed New Hampshire

L 0-1

2010 (2-seed | Durham, N.H.) vs. 3-seed Boston University at 1-seed New Hampshire

W 2-1 W 3-2 (OT)

2009 (1-seed | Albany, N.Y.) vs. 4-seed New Hampshire vs. 2-seed Boston University

W 3-0 L 1-4

2008 (1-seed | Albany, N.Y.) vs. 4-seed Boston University vs. 2-seed New Hampshire

W 1-0 W 2-1

2007 (2-seed | Cambridge, Mass.) vs. 3-seed Vermont W 2-1 (OT) at 1-seed Boston University L 1-4 2006 (2-seed | Cambridge, Mass.) vs. 3-seed Maine L 0-1 (OT) 2005 (3-seed | Albany, N.Y.) vs. 2-seed Maine

L 0-1

America East Tournament Record: 14-6

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INDIVIDUAL HONORS MAJOR AWARDS HONDA SPORT AWARD WINNER Paula Heuser - 2014 NFHCA NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR Paula Heuser - 2014 NFHCA NORTHEAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR Paula Heuser - 2014 NFHCA ALL-AMERICANS Division I First Team Paula Heuser - 2014, 2015 Division I Second Team Paula Heuser - 2013 Jessica Longstreth - 2012 Corrine McConville - 2011 Michelle Simpson - 2007, 2008 Division I Third Team Maxi Primus - 2014 Corrine McConville - 2013 Division II First Team Tovah Atwell - 1998 Liz Peck - 1997, 1998 Meredith Jackel - 1996, 1997 Division II Second Team Amy Di Micco - 1998 Tovah Atwell - 1997 Liz Peck - 1996 Meredith Jackel – 1995 NCAA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Paula Heuser - 2014 Amy Nicklin - 2014 NFHCA NORTHEAST COACH OF THE YEAR Phil Sykes - 2014 NFHCA ALL-NORTHEAST REGION Anna Bottino - 2015 Paula Heuser - 2013, 2014, 2015 Jaclyn Hibbs - 2015 Maxi Primus - 2014, 2015 Fiori Van Rijswijk - 2013, 2014, 2015 Daphne Voormolen – 2012, 2013 Laura Page - 2012, 2014, 2015 Jessica Longstreth – 2012 Katharina Helling - 2011 Corrine McConville – 2010-13 Taylor Luke – 2010, 2011 Christina Patrick – 2010, 2011 Kristi Troch – 2010, 2011, 2012 Suzy Clephane - 2009, 2010 Michelle Simpson - 2006, 2007, 2008 Michele Polizois - 2008 Nicole Savage - 2007, 2008, 2009 Ashley Ross - 2007 Anouk Vandenberg - 2007 Arlette Westdorp - 2006 Amy Di Micco - 2001 Angie Stegel - 2000 Tovah Atwell – 1999

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NFHCA SENIOR ALL-STAR Laura Page - 2015 Fiori Van Rijswijk - 2015 Corrine McConville - 2013 Daphne Voormolen - 2013 Christina Patrick – 2011 Suzy Clephane – 2010 Nicole Savage – 2009 Michelle Simpson – 2007, 2008 Amy Di Micco - 2001

ECAC DIVISION I COACH OF THE YEAR Phil Sykes - 2014 ECAC DIVISION I OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Paula Heuser - 2015 ECAC DIVISION I ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Paula Heuser - 2013

USA FIELD HOCKEY SQUAD Anna Bottino - U-19, U-21 2014-15 Jaclyn Hibbs - U-21, 2014-15 NFHCA DIVISION I SCHOLARS OF DISTINCTION Melissa Nealon - 2015 Taylor Schwoyer - 2013, 2014, 2015 Molly Mariano - 2013 Celia D’Agostino – 2012 Brianna Schwoyer – 2012 NFHCA DIVISION I NATIONAL ACADEMIC SQUAD Rachel Billig - 2015 Anna Bottino - 2015 Kelsey Briddell - 2014, 2015 Frederike Helmke - 2015 Paula Heuser - 2013-15 Annie Klinger - 2015 Molly Mariano - 2013-15 Melissa Nealon - 2015 Maxi Primus - 2013-15 Taylor Schwoyer - 2013-15 Fiori Van Rijwijk – 2012-15 Emily White – 2012, 2015 Jordyn Homyak – 2012-14 Amy Nicklin – 2012-14 Celia D’Agostino – 2012, 2013 Daphne Voormolen – 2011-13 Jessica Longstreth – 2012 Taylor Luke – 2009-12 Chantae Miller – 2011, 2012 Liza Morgan – 2012 Brianna Schwoyer – 2009-12 Kristi Troch – 2009-12 Karlijn van Dijsseldonk - 2011 Nina Walters – 2011 Suzy Clephane – 2007, 2010 Sarah Deane – 2007-10 Jessica Lindsey – 2008, 2009 Megan Springmeyer – 2009 Ashley Ross – 2005-08 Vanessa Walter – 2005-08 Carrie Brown – 2007 Samantha Daly – 2007 Joanna Irey – 2007 Anouk Vandenburg – 2007 Jamie Flagg – 2006 Letitia Mazzaferro – 2005, 2006 Devon Switzer – 2006 Arlette Westdrop – 2005, 2006 Shelley Gebhardt – 2004, 2005 Kasey Weaver – 2005 Cheryl Varga – 2004 Amber Wade – 2004

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ECAC DIVISION I ALL-STAR TEAM Paula Heuser - 2013, 2014, 2015 Jaclyn Hibbs - 2015 Maxi Primus - 2014 Fiori Van Rijswijk - 2014 Corrine McConville - 2013 Daphne Voormolen - 2013 Michelle Simpson – 2006, 2007, 2008 NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR Deborah Fiore – 1996, Division II ECAC DIVISION II TOURNAMENT MVP Tovah Atwell – 1997 UALBANY ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME Meredith Jackel (’97) – 2002 Liz Peck (’97) – 2008 Tovah Atwell (’99) - 2009 Michelle Simpson (‘09) - 2016 COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Division I Second Team Paula Heuser - 2015-16 College Division First Team Liz Peck - 1997-98 College Division Second Team Jen Cordes - 1997-98 Liz Peck - 1998-99 College Division Third Team Jen Cordes - 1997-98 Liz Peck - 1996-97 COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT District I First Team Paula Heuser - 2014, 2015 University Division First Team Amy Di Micco - 2000-01 Mariah Martin - 2000-01 University Division Second Team Mariah Martin - 1999-00 ECAC MERIT MEDAL Ashley Ross - 2008-09 Amy Di Micco - 2001-02 Mariah Martin - 2000-01 Liz Peck - 1997-98

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AMERICA EAST ALL-CONFERENCE First Team Paula Heuser - 2013, 2014, 2015 Jaclyn Hibbs - 2015 Laura Page - 2014 Maxi Primus - 2014 Fiori Van Rijswijk - 2014 Jessica Longstreth – 2012 Corrine McConville – 2012, 2013 Daphne Voormolen – 2012, 2013 Kristi Troch - 2012 Corrine McConville – 2011 Katharina Helling – 2011 Kristi Troch – 2010, 2011 Christina Patrick – 2010 Taylor Luke – 2009, 2010 Suzy Clephane – 2009 Michelle Simpson – 2006, 2007, 2008 Michele Polizois – 2008 Nicole Savage – 2008, 2009 Ashley Ross – 2006, 2007 Anouk Vandenberg – 2007 Arlette Westdrop – 2006 Jess Lindsey – 2006 Tina Bryson – 2004, 2005 Second Team Pahila Arnold - 2014 Anna Bottino - 2014, 2015 Amy Nicklin - 2014 Jaclyn Hibbs - 2013 Jordyn Homyak - 2013 Maxi Primus - 2013, 2015 Fiori Van Rijswijk - 2013, 2015 Taylor Luke - 2012 Christina Patrick – 2011 Daphne Voormolen - 2011 Suzy Clephane - 2010 Corrine McConville - 2010 Tegan Brown - 2009 Ashley Carr - 2008 Ashley Ross - 2008 Nicole Savage - 2007 Teska Koch - 2006 Michele Polizois - 2006 Kristen Holder - 2005, 2007 Arlette Westdorp - 2005 Danielle Costello - 2004 Alexis Johnson - 2003 Lisa Burline - 2002, 2003 Amy Di Micco - 2001

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AMERICA EAST GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR Maxi Primus - 2014 Kristi Troch – 2010, 2011, 2012 (co).

Rookie Team Frederike Helmke - 2015 Megan Ma - 2015 Pahila Arnold - 2014 Anna Bottino - 2014 Kelsey Briddell - 2014 Paula Heuser - 2013 Jaclyn Hibbs - 2013 Maxi Primus - 2013 Laura Page – 2012 Fiori Van Rijswijk - 2012 Echo Bretz - 2011 Jordyn Homyak – 2011 Amy Nicklin – 2011 Chloe Pachuilo - 2011 Corrine McConville - 2010 Daphne Voormolen -2010 Tegan Brown - 2009 Inge Baijens - 2009 Taylor Luke - 2009 Brianna Schwoyer - 2009 Kristi Troch - 2009 Christina Patrick - 2008 Suzy Clephane - 2007 Sam Daly - 2007 Anouk Vandenberg - 2007 Teska Koch - 2006 Jess Lindsey - 2006 Nicole Savage - 2006 Ashley Ross - 2005 Arlette Westdorp - 2005 Danielle Conklin - 2004 Kristen Holder - 2004 Kristina Maze - 2003 Marisa Maze - 2003 Tina Bryson – 2002 Devan Switzer – 2002

AMERICA EAST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Anna Bottino - 2014 Paula Heuser - 2013 Laura Page – 2012 (co) Corrine McConville – 2010 Marisa Maze – 2003 AMERICA EAST COACH OF THE YEAR Phil Sykes – 2008, 2009, 2014 AMERICA EAST ELITE 18 AWARD Taylor Schwoyer - 2014, 2015 AMERICA EAST ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Paula Heuser - 2014, 2015 Maxi Primus - 2014, 2015 Taylor Schwoyer - 2015 Fiori Van Rijswijk - 2013, 2014, 2015 Jordyn Homyak - 2013, 2014 Molly Mariano - 2014 Daphne Voormolen - 2012, 2013 Brianna Schwoyer – 2010, 2011, 2012 Kristi Troch – 2010, 2011, 2012 Taylor Luke – 2010, 2011, 2012 Suzy Clephane - 2010 Sarah Deane - 2009, 2010 Jess Lindsey - 2009 Ashley Ross - 2006, 2007, 2008 Vanessa Walter - 2008 Arlette Westdorp – 2006

AMERICA EAST OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Daphne Voormolen – 2012 (co) Michelle Simpson – 2006

AMERICA EAST SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Paula Heuser - 2014, 2015 Daphne Voormolen - 2013 Kristi Troch - 2010 Arlette Westdrop - 2006

AMERICA EAST MIDFIELDER OF THE YEAR Paula Heuser - 2013, 2014, 2015 Michelle Simpson – 2008 AMERICA EAST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Suzy Clephane – 2009 Michele Polizois – 2008 Arlette Westdrop – 2006

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COACHING RECORDS COACH (ORDER OF WINS)

1. 2. 3.

SEASONS

Phil Sykes 2004-pres. Deb Fiore 1995-2003 Debbie Donovan 1994 Totals Division I Record

YRS

GAMES

W

L

12 9 1 22 17

244 152 7 403 330

165 88 1 254 203

79 64 6 149 127

PCT

CONFERENCE TITLES

.676 10 (5 AE Tournament, 5 AE RS) .579 1 (1 ECAC) .143 .630 11 (10 AE. 1 ECAC) .615

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Year Coach

W

L

Pct.

6

.143

NCAA Division III 1994 Debbie Donovan 1 NCAA Division II 1995 Deb Fiore

11

3

.786

1996 Deb Fiore

14

3

.824

1997 Deb Fiore

17

2

.895

1998 Deb Fiore

8

8

.500

1999 Deb Fiore

11

4

.733

2000 Deb Fiore

10

8

.556

2001 Deb Fiore

5

12

.294

2002 Deb Fiore

5

12

.294

2003 Deb Fiore

7

12

.368

2004 Phil Sykes

7

11

.388

2005 Phil Sykes

9

9

.500

2006 Phil Sykes

12

7

.631

2007 Phil Sykes

15

5

.750

2008 Phil Sykes

12 10

.545

2009 Phil Sykes

13

5

.722

2010 Phil Sykes

16

6

.727

2011 Phil Sykes

13

7

.650

2012 Phil Sykes

13

8

.619

2013 Phil Sykes

16

5

.762

2014 Phil Sykes

20

3

.869

2015 Phil Sykes

19

3

.864

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS (ALL-TIME) SEASON POINTS (DI)

CAREER POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4.

Name Paula Heuser Tovah Atwell Daphne Voormolen Corrine McConville Michelle Simpson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Paula Heuser Tovah Atwell Daphne Voormolen Corrine McConville Amy Di Micco

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Laura Page Jess Lindsey Fiori Van Rijswijk Paula Heuser Arlette Westdrop

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Christina Costello Taylor Luke Sarah Zaborowski Jordyn Homyak Three players

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Leia Shick Jessica Marucci Cathi Burek Marisa Maze Elaine Sullivan

Years 2013-pres. 1996-99 2010-13 2010-13 2006-08

Points 194 158 117 101 101

Goals 80 63 48 43 41

Assists 61 50 44 40 33

Name Laura Page Arlette Westdorp Fiori Van Rijswijk Fiori Van Rijswijk Jessica Longstreth

Saves 28 14 11 8 7

Name Christina Costello Taylor Luke Heidi Bowen Kristi Clausi Three players

Save % .893 .852 .812 .776 .769

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name 1. Paula Heuser 2. Paula Heuser 3. Paula Heuser 4. Christina Patrick 5. Two players

1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2.

4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Leia Shick Jessica Marucci Carrie Waible Kristi Troch Christine Hoffman

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Name Maxi Primus Ashley Ross Kristi Troch Cathi Burek Leia Shick

Years 1996-97 1995 1996 2009-12 2007-10

Name Christine Hoffman Kristi Troch Barbara Czaplinski Megan Atskin Maxi Primus

GAA 0.48 0.63 0.82 1.22 1.27

Name Christine Hoffman Maxi Primus Kristi Troch Maxi Primus Ashley Ross

Wins 53 45 37 29 22

Name Maxi Primus Maxi Primus Maxi Primus Kristi Troch Ashley Ross

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Assists 25 19 18 17 17

Year 2001 2010 2002 2003 --

Saves 9 7 7 6 5

Year 2009 2010 2003 2002 2014

Save % .889 .805 .794 .793 .791

Year 2009 2014 2009 2015 2007

GAA 0.57 1.03 1.29 1.32 1.46

SEASON VICTORIES (DI)

CAREER VICTORIES Years 2013-pres. 2005-08 2009-12 1997-00 1996-97

Year 2014 2006 2014 2015 2012

SEASON GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (DI)

CAREER GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Goals 34 29 17 16 15

SEASON SAVE PERCENTAGE (DI)

CAREER SAVE PERCENTAGE Years 1996-97 1995 1997-00 2003 1998-01

Year 2015 2014 2013 2010 --

SEASON DEFENSIVE SAVES (DI)

CAREER DEFENSIVE SAVES Years 1998-01 2009-12 1998-01 2011-14 --

Points 80 69 45 42 41

SEASON ASSISTS (DI)

CAREER ASSISTS Years 2012-15 2006-09 2012-15 2013-pres. 2005-06

SINGLE SEASON TEAM RECORDS

Year 2015 2014 2013 2015 2010

SEASON GOALS (DI)

CAREER GOALS Years 2013-pres. 1996-99 2010-13 2010-13 1998-01

Name Paula Heuser Paula Heuser Paula Heuser Anna Bottino Christina Patrick

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G R E AT D A N E S

Year 2014 2015 2013 2012 2007

Wins 20 19 14 13 13

Wins 20 - 2014 Consecutive Wins 14 - 2014 Points 235 - 2013 Goals 85 - 2013 Assists 81 - 2014 Defensive Saves 20 - 2003 Goalie Saves 252 - 2003 Fewest Goals Allowed 9 - 1996 Most Goals Allowed 71 - 2003 Shutouts 11 - 1996, 1997 SINGLE SEASON INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Points 80 - Paula Heuser, 2015 Goals 34 - Paula Heuser, 2015 Assists 25 - Laura Page, 2014 Defensive Saves 13 - Christina Costello, 2000 Goalie Saves 198 - Marisa Maze, 2 003 Shutouts 10 - Maxi Primus, 2014 Goalie Wins 20 - Maxi Primus, 2014 Save Percentage .917 - Leia Shick, 1996 Goals Allowed Average 0.33 - Leia Shick, 1996

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS (DI) 1994 (1-6) Division III HC: Debbie Donovan 9/18 at Oswego State 9/24 WESTFIELD 9/27 at Oneonta 10/1 at Union 10/9 at Skidmore 10/16 at Cortland 10/22 VASSAR

L, 0-2 W, 3-1 L, 0-6 L, 0-10 L, 1-2 L, 1-5 L, 1-2

1995 (11-3-1) Division II HC: Deb Fiore 9/7 at Vassar W, 1-0 (OT) 9/13 SKIDMORE W, 4-0 9/15 at Sacred Heart L, 2-3 (OT) 9/16 at S. Conn. St. L, 0-3 9/19 UNION L, 0-1 9/26 W. NEW ENGLAND W, 2-0 9/29 C.W. POST W, 1-0 (OT) 10/1 QUINNIPIAC W, 2-0 10/10 at Siena W, 2-1 10/15 MANSFIELD W, 1-0 (OT) 10/19 ELMS W, 1-0 10/21 RPI T, 0-0 10/24 at Westfield W, 3-2 10/27 at Merrimack W, 1-0 10/28 at UMass Lowell W, 2-0 1996 (14-3) HC: Deb Fiore 9/10 VASSAR 9/13 SACRED HEART 9/14 S. CONN. ST. 9/21 at Mansfield 9/25 at RPI 9/28 at C.W. Post 10/2 at W. New England 10/4 at Quinnipiac 10/6 MILLERSVILLE 10/12 COLUMBIA 10/16 ST. MICHAEL’S 10/18 at Bentley 10/22 SIENA 10/26 UMASS LOWELL 10/27 MERRIMACK 11/1 at Indiana (Pa.) 11/2 vs. Slippery Rock

W, 4-0 W, 2-1 (OT) W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 5-0 L, 1-2 (OT) W, 1-0 L, 1-2 (2OT) W, 1-0 L, 0-2 W, 5-0 W, 5-0 W, 4-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0

1997 (17-2) ECAC Champions HC: Deb Fiore 8/30 C.W. POST W, 6-1 9/5 BENTLEY W, 3-0 9/7 LOCK HAVEN W, 1-0 (OT) 9/12 at Sacred Heart W, 2-1 9/13 at S. Conn. St. W, 2-0 9/17 QUINNIPIAC W, 3-0 9/20 MANSFIELD W, 5-0 9/23 RPI W, 2-0 9/27 at Bloomsburg L, 1-3 10/1 W. NEW ENGLAND W, 2-0 10/4 at Millersville W, 2-1 (OT) 10/9 at Columbia W, 3-0 10/15 at St. Michael’s L, 1-2 10/17 ASSUMPTION W, 3-1

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10/18 FRANKLIN PIERCE W, 8-0 10/21 at Siena W, 1-0 10/24 at Merrimack W, 2-0 10/25 at UMass Lowell W, 2-1 11/8 BENTLEY ^ W, 2-1 ^indicates ECAC DII Championship Game 1998 (8-8) HC: Deb Fiore 9/2 C.W. POST 9/5 at Lock Haven 9/6 vs. Davis & Elkin 9/12 SACRED HEART 9/12 S. CONN. ST. 9/16 at Quinnipiac 9/19 at Vermont 9/26 BLOOMSBURG 9/30 at Bentley 10/2 MERRIMACK 10/6 at Assumption 10/14 St. Michael’s 10/17 at Franklin Pierce 10/20 SIENA 10/24 AIC 10/31 UMASS LOWELL

W, 4-2 L, 0-4 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 0-2 L, 1-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-3 L, 2-3 W, 5-3 L, 1-3 L, 2-3 W, 10-0 W, 9-0 W, 10-0 W, 4-1

1999 (11-4) Division I HC: Deb Fiore 9/1 at Syracuse 9/4 at Saint Joseph’s 9/5 vs. Georgetown 9/11 LA SALLE 9/18 RIDER 9/19 MONMOUTH 9/22 VERMONT 10/2 at Sacred Heart 10/5 at Cornell 10/17 SACRED HEART 10/22 vs. Pacific 10/23 at Davis & Elkins 10/24 vs. S.W. Missourt St. 10/28 at Siena 10/30 C.W. POST

L, 1-5 L, 0-5 L, 3-4 (OT) W, 3-2 W, 4-1 W, 7-1 W, 8-1 W, 4-1 L, 1-2 W, 5-1 W, 3-2 W, 5-1 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 W, 5-0

2000 (10-8) HC: Deb Fiore 8/30 at Syracuse L, 0-3 9/2 at Monmouth W, 4-2 9/3 at Rider W, 2-1 9/8 at Dartmouth L, 1-8 9/10 vs. Central Michigan L, 0-2 9/13 vs. Ohio State L, 0-4 9/17 SACRED HEART W, 2-1 (OT) 9/21 at UMass L, 0-3 9/29 MAINE W, 5-2 9/30 WEST CHESTER W, 4-1 10/4 SIENA W, 8-0 10/7 at La Salle W, 5-2 10/10 COLGATE W, 6-3 10/15 URSINUS L, 1-2 10/21 at Georgetown L, 2-3 10/22 vs. American L, 2-5 10/28 vs. Cornell W, 4-2 11/2 at Vermont W, 1-0

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2001 (5-12, 2-7 AE) HC: Deb Fiore 8/29 at Syracuse 9/1 vs. Providence 9/2 at UConn 9/8 at Sacred Heart 9/10 at Cornell 9/16 ST. FRANCIS (PA.) 9/18 at Maine * 9/22 HOFSTRA * 9/25 at Boston U. * 10/2 VERMONT * 10/5 DELAWARE * 10/7 DREXEL * 10/10 at Colgate 10/16 at Siena 10/19 at Northeastern * 10/21 UNH * 10/26 at Towson * * America East opponent 2002 (5-12, 0-5 AE) HC: Deb Fiore 8/31 at St. Francis (Pa.) 9/1 at La Salle 9/5 vs. Stanford 9/11 SYRACUSE 9/15 RIDER 9/20 at Providence 9/25 at Vermont * 9/28 URI 10/1 SIENA 10/4 NORTHEASTERN 10/5 ST. FRANCIS (PA.) 10/13 at UNH 10/16 COLGATE 10/20 CORNELL 10/25 MAINE * 10/27 BOSTON U. * 10/31 at Lafayette * America East opponent 2003 (7-12, 2-4 AE) HC: Deb Fiore 8/30 vs. Lehigh 8/31 vs. Lafayette 9/5 LA SALLE 9/10 at Syracuse 9/13 at URI 9/17 at Siena 9/21 PROVIDENCE 9/26 at Rider 9/28 ST. FRANCIS (PA.) 10/1 at Boston U. * 10/4 at Davidson 10/5 vs. Radford 10/11 UNH * 10/15 at Colgate 10/18 UMBC * 10/20 APP. STATE 10/26 at Northeastern * 10/29 VERMONT * 11/1 at Maine * * America East opponent

L, 0-4 L, 1-4 L, 1-6 W, 3-2 L, 1-6 W, 7-0 L, 1-5 W, 2-1 L, 1-5 L, 2-3 (2OT) W, 3-1 L, 1-2 L, 4-5 W, 5-3 L, 0-7 L, 1-3 L, 1-2

W, 3-1 L, 2-3 L, 0-4 L, 0-3 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 W, 3-2 (OT) W, 3-1 L, 0-6 W, 3-1 L, 1-13 W, 4-0 L, 0-3 L, 2-6 L, 0-5 L, 2-10

W, 5-1 L, 4-5 L, 1-2 L, 1-8 L, 3-4 (2OT) W, 7-1 L, 1-3 L, 1-4 W, 7-0 L, 1-9 L, 0-2 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 W, 4-3 W, 6-5 (OT) L, 1-4 L, 0-8 W, 1-0 L, 0-7

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2004 (7-11, 2-4 AE) HC: Phil Sykes 8/28 vs. American L, 0-4 8/29 vs. Sacred Heart L, 3-4 9/2 vs. Pacific L, 1-3 9/4 at Brown L, 0-7 9/8 SIENA W, 2-0 9/11 URI W, 2-1 9/16 at Lock Haven L, 0-4 9/17 vs. St. Francis (Pa.) W, 3-0 9/26 vs. Providence W, 2-1 10/6 at Syracuse L, 0-6 10/9 NORTHEASTERN * L, 0-7 10/12 at Colgate L, 2-3 10/15 at UNH * W, 3-2 (OT) 10/17 COLUMBIA W, 1-0 10/22 BOSTON U. * L, 1-7 10/24 MAINE * L, 1-2 (2OT) 10/30 at Vermont * L, 3-4 (OT) 11/2 at UMBC * W, 3-2 * America East opponent 2005 (9-9, 3-2 AE) HC: Phil Sykes 8/26 at UConn 9/2 at Temple 9/4 at American 9/6 SIENA 9/9 at Ohio State 9/11 at Ohio U. 9/17 LOCK HAVEN 9/18 RUTGERS 9/21 at Columbia 9/25 at Princeton 10/2 at Maine * 10/8 UNH * 10/12 SYRACUSE 10/15 UMBC * 10/16 HOLY CROSS 10/22 at Boston U. * 10/29 VERMONT * 11/4 vs. Maine % * America East opponent % America East Tournament

2006 (12-7, 4-1 AE) HC: Phil Sykes 8/27 vs. JMU 8/28 at Kent State 8/30 COLGATE 9/2 at Holy Cross 9/6 SIENA 9/8 ST. FRANCIS (PA.) 9/15 at Delaware 9/17 at Rutgers 9/22 at Davidson 9/24 at UNC 9/30 MAINE * 10/1 AMERICAN 10/8 at UNH * 10/11 at Syracuse 10/14 at UMBC * 10/15 at Maryland 10/21 BOSTON U. * 10/28 at Vermont * 11/3 vs. Maine % * America East opponent % America East Tournament 2007 (15-5, 4-1 AE) HC: Phil Sykes 8/25 vs. App. State 8/26 at JMU 8/31 at Indiana 9/2 at Louisville 9/7 TEMPLE 9/9 OHIO U. 9/14 SIENA 9/16 at Boston College 9/18 at Colgate 9/22 HOLY CROSS 9/28 at Maine * 9/30 UMASS 10/6 VERMONT * 10/7 FAIRFIELD * 10/13 at Cornell 10/20 at Boston U. * 10/21 RUTGERS 10/27 UNH * 11/2 vs. Vermont % 11/4 at Boston U. % * America East opponent % America East Tournament

L, 1-4 W, 4-2 L, 0-4 W, 4-1 L, 1-4 W, 3-2 (OT) W, 2-1 (OT) L, 1-2 (OT) L, 0-1 (OT) L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-2 (OT) W, 2-1 (OT) W, 5-3 W, 4-3 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 L, 0-1

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L, 0-3 W, 2-0 W, 8-2 L, 0-2 W, 6-0 W, 8-0 W, 3-2 W, 2-0 W, 5-0 L, 0-4 W, 3-0 W, 1-0 W, 5-0 L, 1-2 W, 4-0 L, 0-6 L, 1-2 (OT) W, 3-2 (OT) L, 0-1 (OT)

W, 2-0 L, 1-2 W, 2-0 L, 1-4 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 (2OT) W, 7-0 L, 1-2 (OT) W, 6-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 W, 3-0 W, 5-1 L, 1-3 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 W, 2-1 (OT) L, 1-4

2008 (12-10, 4-1 AE) AE Champions, NCAA HC: Phil Sykes 8/30 vs. Radford W, 3-0 8/31 at American L, 0-2 9/6 CORNELL W, 1-0 9/7 HOFSTRA W, 6-2 9/13 at Cal L, 2-3 (2OT) 9/14 at Stanford W, 1-0 9/19 vs. Michigan W, 3-2 9/21 Kent State L, 3-4 (2OT) 9/24 COLGATE L, 0-1 9/27 at UMass L, 1-2 9/28 PRINCETON L, 3-6 10/1 SYRACUSE L, 1-3 10/4 MAINE * W, 3-1 10/7 SIENA W, 5-0 10/11 at Vermont * L, 1-2 10/12 UCONN L, 1-2 (OT) 10/18 at Fairfield * W, 4-1 10/25 BOSTON U. * W, 1-0 11/2 at UNH * W, 3-1 11/7 BOSTON U. % W, 1-0 11/9 UNH % W, 2-1 11/15 at Maryland $ L, 2-4 * America East opponent % America East Tournament $ NCAA Tournament 2009 (13-5, 4-1 AE) HC: Phil Sykes 8/29 BUCKNELL 8/30 RADFORD 9/5 at Hofstra 9/11 UMASS 9/13 JMU 9/18 ST. FRANCIS (PA.) 9/20 at Temple 9/23 at Colgate 9/27 PROVIDENCE 10/3 FAIRFIELD * 10/4 at Syracuse 10/10 at Maine * 10/16 VERMONT * 10/18 SIENA 10/24 at Boston U. * 10/31 UNH * 11/6 UNH % 11/7 BOSTON U. % * America East opponent % America East Tournament

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2012 (13-8, 3-2) AE Champions, NCAA HC: Phil Sykes 8/24 at Rutgers L, 2-3 8/26 at Delaware W, 3-2 (3OT) 8/31 HOFSTRA W, 3-1 9/7 MICHIGAN L, 1-2 (OT) 9/9 UCONN L, 1-2 9/14 vs. Missouri State W, 3-0 9/16 at Iowa L, 1-2 9/22 LAFAYETTE L, 1-2 (2OT) 9/23 at UMass W, 3-2 9/28 BOSTON U. * L, 1-2 10/5 at UNH * L, 1-2 (OT) 10/7 COLUMBIA W, 2-0 10/12 at Fairfield * W, 3-1 10/14 LEHIGH W, 9-0 10/20 MAINE * W, 1-0 10/21 at Yale W, 6-1 10/27 at Vermont * W, 1-0 11/2 vs. Maine % W, 4-1 11/4 at UNH % W, 3-1 11/10 at Penn State $ L, 1-2 * America East opponent % America East Tournament $ NCAA Tournament 2013 (16-5, 4-1 AE) HC: Phil Sykes 8/30 at Bryant 8/31 at Providence 9/8 CORNELL 9/14 YALE 9/15 RUTGERS 9/18 SIENA 9/20 at Lafayette 9/22 at Lehigh 9/27 SACRED HEART 9/29 STANFORD 10/5 at Maine * 10/6 VIRGINIA 10/12 VERMONT * 10/13 at Columbia 10/18 UNH * 10/20 at Hofstra 10/26 FAIRFIELD * 10/29 PRINCETON 11/2 at UMass Lowell * 11/7 vs. Maine % 11/9 at UNH % * America East opponent % America East Tournament

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W, 8-0 W, 4-1 W, 3-0 W, 4-2 W, 4-0 W, 6-0 W, 4-2 W, 4-1 W, 9-0 L, 1-2 W, 2-1 L, 1-2 W, 8-0 W, 6-0 L, 0-3 W, 4-1 W, 6-1 L, 3-5 W, 5-1 W, 1-0 L, 2-3

2014 (20-3, 5-0 AE) HC: Phil Sykes 8/29 HOFSTRA 8/31 BRYANT 9/1 OHIO STATE 9/6 at Syracuse 9/7 at Cornell 9/12 at Pacific 9/14 at Stanford 9/21 at Virginia 9/28 PRINCETON 10/1 SIENA 10/4 UMASS LOWELL * 10/5 LAFAYETTE 10/10 at UNH * 10/11 at Dartmouth 10/18 at Fairfield * 10/25 MAINE * 10/26 at Yale 10/31 at Vermont * 11/6 FAIRFIELD % 11/8 UNH % 11/15 vs. Wake Forest $ 11/16 at Maryland $ 11/21 vs. UConn $ * America East opponent % America East Tournament $ NCAA Tournament 2015 (19-3, 8-1 AE) HC: Phil Sykes 8/28 at Miami (Ohio) 8/30 at Ohio State 9/8 at Hofstra 9/11 at Maryland 9/13 UNC 9/20 BUCKNELL 9/25 at Lafayette 9/27 at Monmouth 10/2 VERMONT * 10/4 UNH * 10/9 at Maine * 10/11 at Yale 10/16 at UMass Lowell * 10/18 at Vermont * 10/20 CORNELL 10/23 MAINE * 10/25 at UNH * 11/1 UMASS LOWELL * 11/5 UC DAVIS % 11/7 PACIFIC % 11/8 MAINE % 11/14 vs. Boston College $ * America East opponent % America East Tournament $ NCAA Tournament

W, 7-0 W, 3-0 W, 4-0 L, 1-2 W, 2-1 W, 2-0 W, 1-0 L, 2-3 (OT) W, 2-0 W, 9-0 W, 5-0 W, 5-1 W, 4-2 W, 3-1 W, 2-1 W, 3-0 W, 4-2 W, 5-1 W, 2-1 W, 5-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 L, 0-1

W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 L, 2-4 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 1-0 W, 3-1 W, 4-1 L, 2-6 W, 2-0 W, 3-1 W, 6-0 W, 2-1 W, 3-1 W, 4-3 W, 9-3 W, 7-1 W, 5-0 W, 2-0 L, 1-2

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