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Date Opponent Time Sept. 1 Immaculata 7:00 pm Sept. 8 at Neumann 6:00 pm Sept. 10 at Swarthmore Noon Sept. 15 Eastern 7:00 pm Sept. 17 Wilkes Noon Sept. 23 Elizabethtown * 7:00 pm Sept. 27 at Muhlenberg 7:30 pm Oct. 1 Albright * (Homecoming) Noon Oct. 5 at Delaware Valley 4:00 pm Oct. 8 Cabrini Noon Oct. 13 at Gwynedd-Mercy 7:00 pm Oct. 15 at Messiah * 1:00 pm Oct. 19 Arcadia * 4:00 pm Oct. 22 at Lebanon Valley * 1:00 pm Oct. 25 at Alvernia * 4:00 pm Oct. 27 Goucher 7:00 pm Nov. 2 Commonwealth Conference Semifinals Nov. 5 Commonwealth Conference Final

* Commonwealth Conference game Home Games in Bold Schedule is subject to change


Widener University’s Field Hockey team would like to give a special thanks to all our sponsors and for your continued support of the program.

Widener’s field hockey and women’s lacrosse teams play their home games at Edith R. Dixon Field, which opened in 2005. Equipped with FieldTurf, lights and a scoreboard, the field is easily accessible for fans and students to watch the Pride. The field also serves as home for our intramural squads.


2011 FIELD HOCKEY TABLE OF CONTENTS Patrons / Edith R. Dixon Field.................................................. IFC Table of Contents / Quick Facts / Directions................................ 1 Head Coach Larissa Gillespie........................................................ 2 Assistant Coaches Erin Marihugh, Leslie Kelly.............................. 2 2011 Roster................................................................................... 3 2011 Preview................................................................................ 4 The 2011 Pride........................................................................ 5-10 2010 Stats................................................................................... 10 Records....................................................................................... 11 History / 2010 Commonwealth Conf. In Review / 2010 Results..... 12 Widener University...................................................................IBC

Colleen Cormier Directions to Widener • From Philadelphia: Take I-95 South to I-476 North and MacDade Boulevard. Turn west onto MacDade Boulevard and follow the Widener University sign. After three traffic lights, MacDade Boulevard becomes East 22nd Street. At the fourth traffic light, turn left onto Providence Avenue, Route 320 South, and follow the Widener University sign. Turn left onto East 14th Street into the main entrance. From Western and Northern PA: Follow the PA Turnpike to Exit 331A, I-476. Take I-476 South toward Chester to Exit 1. Turn west onto MacDade Blvd. and follow the Widener Univ. sign. After three traffic lights, MacDade Blvd. becomes East 22nd Street. At the fourth traffic light, turn left onto Providence Ave., Route 320 South, and follow the Widener Univ. sign. Turn left onto East 14th Street into the main entrance. From New York, Northern New Jersey and New England: Take the New Jersey Turnpike South to Exit 2. Proceed on Route 322 West across the Commodore Barry Bridge. Coming off the bridge, follow signs for I-95 North and Philadelphia. Take I-95 North to Exit 6 (Routes 320 & 352). At the first traffic light, turn left over bridge. Bear right at the fork on other side of bridge. Go to the first traffic light and turn right onto East 14th Street into the main entrance.

GENERAL INFORMATION Address.......................................................... One University Place ..........................................................................Chester, PA 19013 Enrollment.....................................................3,200 undergraduates Founded......................................................1821, Wilmington, DE Colors...........................................................Widener Blue & Gold Nickname............................................................................... Pride Home Field.................................................... Edith R. Dixon Field Affiliation.......................................................... NCAA Division III Conference................................. Middle Atlantic (Commonwealth) 2010 Records.................................10-5 (3-4 Commonwealth, 5th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................18/5 (Starters, 7/4) ADMINISTRATION President..................................................... Dr. James T. Harris III Athletic Director............................................................ Jack Shafer Assistant A.D./Sr. Woman Admin........Larissa Gillespie ‘98, M ‘00 Assistant Athletic Director....................................Chris Carideo ‘96 Athletic Trainer..................................A.J. Duffy III, MS, ATC, PT Equipment Manager..................................................Charlie Evans Team Physician........................................... Dr. L. Luke Cellini ‘59 Team Orthopedic Consultant...................... Dr. James M. Zurbach Sports Information Director..................................... Derek Crudele Office Phone.............................................................610-499-4436 Fax............................................................................610-499-4481 Cell/Home Phone.....................................................215-880-4377 E-Mail........................................................ dacrudele@widener.edu Web Address............................................. www.WidenerPride.com Sports Information Hotline................................. 610-499-4600 (2) COACHING STAFF Head Coach........................................................... Larissa Gillespie Alma Mater...................................................... Widener ‘98, M ‘00 E-mail........................................................ lagillespie@widener.edu Overall Record (Seasons).............................................. 113-76 (11) Record at School (Seasons)........................................... 113-76 (11) Assistants.............................................. Erin Marihugh, Leslie Kelly Phone........................................................................610-499-4434 From Delaware, Maryland and Washington, DC: Take I-95 North to Exit 6 (Routes 320 & 352). At first traffic light, turn left over bridge. Bear right at the fork on other side of bridge. Go to the first traffic light and turn right onto East 14th Street into the main entrance. From Southern New Jersey: Take the Atlantic City Expressway to I-295 South to the Commodore Barry Bridge. Follow signs for I-95 North and Philadelphia. Take I-95 North to Exit 6 (Routes 320 & 352). At the first traffic light, turn left over bridge. Bear right at the fork on other side of bridge. Go to the first traffic light and turn right onto East 14th Street into the main entrance. From Harrisburg: Follow I-76 East (exiting the Pennsylvania Turnpike at Valley Forge) to Exit 331A (I-476 South). Follow I-476 South to Exit 1 (MacDade Boulevard). Go right off the exit onto MacDade Boulevard West and follow the Widener University sign. After three traffic lights, MacDade Boulevard becomes East 22nd Street. At the fourth traffic light, turn left onto Providence Avenue, Route 320 South, and follow the Widener University sign. Turn left onto East 14th Street into the main entrance.

Credits: The 2011 Field Hockey Media Guide was produced by the Widener University Sports Information Department. Photography by John Ferko ‘80, Greg Carroccio, Al Zacharka and Aerial Sky Shots. Printed by Gazette Printing; Indiana, PA. Information current as of September 2011.

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COACHING STAFF

Larissa Gillespie • Head Coach In her 12th season as Widener’s field hockey head coach and 18th with the program, Larissa Gillespie has accomplished a great deal at her alma mater. The team has accomplished a lot during her time and the team looks to continue their ascent under her watch. Gillespie owns a 113-76 mark during her time, which includes five straight years with at least 10 victories (2003-07). The Pride in 2006 broke the school record for most victories (13) and advanced to the ECAC Mid-Atlantic Tournament for their first postseason berth. They followed with a 12-5 campaign, playing some of the top teams in the country. September 21, 2006 will go down as an historic night for Gillespie, who notched her 64th victory to become the program’s all-time winningest coach in Widener’s 5-1 triumph over Neumann. Since Gillespie has been with the field hockey program, numerous school records have been established. Beginning in 1999, when she was interim head coach, the team broke or tied 10 school records. The 2001 squad notched its first winning record since 1992 and the 2003 team played in the Commonwealth Conference Tournament for the first of back-to-back years. Under Gillespie’s leadership in 2006, goalkeeper Kate Heritage was picked first team all-region and Jaime Carr was tabbed second team. It marked the first time the team produced all-region players. In addition, 12 players have been named first team all-conference during her time and 21 have been tabbed second team. Gillespie is in her second year on the South Atlantic Regional Field Hockey Selection Committee. She completed her term as chair of the Middle Atlantic Conference’s operations committee in 2009.

Gillespie was a graduate assistant coach for both the field hockey and lacrosse programs during the 1998-99 and 1999-2000 seasons. She also served as women’s lacrosse coach from 2004-06. A standout player on Widener’s field hockey team as an undergraduate, Gillespie was second on the team in scoring during both the 1996 and 1997 seasons. She closed with a then-school-record 16 goals along with seven assists for 39 points. Gillespie also was a two-time honoree on the MAC Academic Honor Roll. Gillespie, in her eighth year as Senior Woman Administrator and sixth as Assistant A.D., received a B.S. in Sport Management from Widener in 1998 and a Master’s of Business Administration in 2000.

Larissa Gillespie Year-By-Year

2000......................................................8-10 2001......................................................11-6 2002........................................................8-9 2003 %..................................................12-6 2004 %..................................................11-5 2005......................................................10-6 2006 ^...................................................13-6 2007......................................................12-5 2008 %..................................................7-12 2009 %..................................................11-6 2010......................................................10-5 Total................................................ 113-76 % Commonwealth Conference Tournament ^ ECAC Mid-Atlantic Tournament

Assistant Coaches

Erin Marihugh is in her first year as Widener’s assistant coach. Marihugh previously served as head coach at Newark (DE) High School for two seasons. She also was the Futures National Tournament Coach in 2010 as well as its regional coach from 2006-10. She has run camps at the University of Delaware, University of Maryland and Princeton University. Marihugh competed four years for Delaware at forward, making 22 starts in her career, and also played for the U.S. National Field Hockey Indoor Team. She later competed for Delaware’s club field hockey squad. She teaches Health and Physical Education at Pencader Charter School and has done student teaching at both Carrie Downing Elementary School and George V. Kirk Middle School. Marihugh graduated Delaware in 2010 with a B.S. in Health and Physical Education. Leslie Kelly is in her first year as an assistant coach for the Pride. Kelly was a member of Rutgers’ field hockey team for three seasons. She competed in eight games in 2007, playing just over 550 minutes and totaling 49 saves with a .731 save percentage. Kelly served as the goalkeeper’s coach in 2010 for the Revolution Field Hockey Winter Clinic, the Competitor’s Edge Field Hockey Camp in 2009 and the Rutgers Field Hockey Camp from 2007-08. Kelly was a highly decorated athlete for Glassboro High School in field hockey, softball and track & field. She was tabbed All-Group II in field hockey, leading Glassboro to the 2005 South Jersey Group II crown.



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ROSTER No. 4 * 5 *** 6 7 8 * 9 * 10 11*** 13 * 15 ** 16 *** 17 ** 18 * 19 ** 20 * 23 ** 24 * 26 ** 40 41

Name Kelly Froio Colleen Cormier Kelsey Mouser Amanda Wozniak Hannah Robinson Alyssa Pomponio Brittany Gunderson Kate Fetterman Devon Biglin Emily Norcross Lauren Gehringer Brittany Creighton Lindsay Donovan Kate Fay Hannah Dinsmore Nicole Nardone Katie Ferguson Olivia Burgese Jessica Sochocky Maggie Karmeris

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

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

Hometown/Previous School Sicklerville, NJ/St. Joseph’s (Hammonton) Westampton, NJ/Rancocas Valley Havertown, PA/Haverford Erial, NJ/Timber Creek Ocean City, NJ/River Hill Warminster, PA/William Tennent Turnersville, NJ/Washington Twp. Camden, ME/Camden Hills Ocean City, NJ/Holy Spirit Erial, NJ/Timber Creek Boyertown, PA/Boyertown Pitman, NJ/Pitman Pittsgrove, NJ/Arthur P. Schalick West Chester, PA/West Chester East Wayne, PA/Radnor Garwood, NJ/Arthur L. Johnson Glen Mills, PA/Bayard Rustin Collegeville, PA/Methacton Hammonton, NJ/Hammonton Wilmington, DE/Wilmington Christian

Major Education Communications Nursing Exploratory Studies Nursing Nursing Nursing Psychology/Physical Therapy Education Education Psychology Education Education Psychology Nursing Psychology/Physical Therapy Nursing Psychology/Physical Therapy Business Biology/Physical Therapy

Head Coach: Larissa Gillespie (Widener ’98, M’00), 12th season Assistants: Erin Marihugh, Leslie Kelly Captains: Colleen Cormier, Kate Fay, Nicole Nardone

Erin Marihugh Assistant Coach

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Leslie Kelly Assistant Coach




PREVIEW If you are looking to find a successful collegiate athletics program with great student-athletes, coaching and camaraderie, seek no further than Widener’s field hockey team. This squad has a perfect blend of all these components that the squad looks to benefit from again for a memorable 2011. Widener has posted double figures in victories seven of the last eight seasons and eight times under coach Larissa Gillespie, now in her 12th year. Senior Colleen Cormier has been a mainstay at forward for three years and earned some recognition by being picked second team All-Commonwealth Conference. She closed that season seventh in the league with 1.93 points per game and tied for eighth in the conference with 14 goals. Junior Brittany Creighton once again will be a key player at forward after finishing second on the team last season with six goals and third with 12 points. Sophomores Kelly Froio and Devon Biglin also will be getting extended playing time at forward. Senior Kate Fay gave Widener a huge boost last season at midfield, finishing third on the team with four goals, tied for fourth with 10 points and second with two game-winning goals. The West Chester native has been a very reliable player the last two seasons and looks to be even more of a catalyst this year. Katie Ferguson made a huge impression last season as a freshman and hopes to continue this at midfield. Senior Kate Fetterman, junior Emily Norcross, and sophomores Alyssa Pomponio and Lindsay Donovan also hope to be keys at midfield. Olivia Burgese is one of the players Widener will look to on defense with her strong determination and desire to win. Fellow junior Nicole Nardone also has been a solid player on defense the last two seasons and the same will be expected of her this season. Senior Lauren Gehringer as well as sophomores Hannah Dinsmore and Hannah Robinson also look to make an impact on defense. The Pride have five newcomers in sophomore Brittany Gunderson as well as freshmen Kelsey Mouser, Amanda Wozniak, Jessica Sochocky and Maggie Karmeris. The field hockey squad enters its 40th season, the longest of any women’s sport at Widener. The year begins September 1 at home against Immaculata and conference play starts September 23 at Edith R. Dixon Field versus Elizabethtown. The top four teams in the league head to the conference tournament, which is from November 2-5.

The 2011 Pride • Front Row (L-R): Hannah Dinsmore, Kelly Froio, Kate Fay, Colleen Cormier, Nicole Nardone, Lindsay Donovan, Jessica Sochocky. Middle Row (L-R): Manager, Jocelyn Reinecke, Samantha Cancell, Amanda Wozniak, assistant coach Leslie Kelly, head coach Larissa Gillespie, Olivia Burgese, Emily Norcross, Devon Biglin. Back Row (L-R): Brittany Gunderson, Hannah Robinson, Lauren Gehringer, Katie Ferguson, Brittany Creighton, Alyssa Pomponio, Kate Fetterman, Kelsey Mouser, Maggie Karmeris.



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Colleen Cormier

5

Senior • Forward • Westampton, NJ • Rancocas Valley Notes: Enters fifth in school history with 25 GP-GS SH G A Pts. DS goals and tied for fifth with 58 points. 2008 19-17 30 5 3 13 0 As a Junior in 2010: Tabbed second team 2009 17-13 30 6 4 16 0 All-Commonwealth Conference... Started 2010 15-15 48 14 1 29 0 in all 15 games... Finished seventh in the Totals 51-45 108 25 8 58 0 conference with 1.93 points per game... Led the team and closed tied for eighth in the conference with 14 goals... Led the team and finished tied for third in the conference with four game-winning goals... Scored twice in four different games... Totaled seven goals and scored at least once in each of the last five games of the year... Scored 10 goals in the final eight contests... Named to the MAC Academic Honor Roll and the MAC Fall Sportsmanship Teams. As a Sophomore in 2009: Played in all 17 games with 13 starts... Closed fourth on the team with six goals... Named to the MAC Fall Sportsmanship Team... Scored twice against Gwynedd-Mercy (10/15). As a Freshman in 2008: Competed in all 19 games with 17 starts... Finished third on the team with five goals and tied for third with 13 points... Scored three goals at Albright (10/11), becoming the 22nd player in school history to reach that mark... Had two assists against Gwynedd-Mercy (10/16). Notes: Majoring in Communications.

Kate Fay

19

Senior • Midfield • West Chester, PA • West Chester East As a Sophomore in 2010: Played in 11 con- GP-GS SH G A Pts. DS tests with seven starts... Finished third on the 2009 15-2 6 2 1 5 0 team with four goals, tied in the fourth with 2010 11-7 16 4 2 10 0 10 points, second with two game-winning Totals 26-9 22 6 3 15 0 goals and fourth with 16 shots... Notched two points in three straight games (10/6-12)... Recorded two assists in a 2-1 win vs. Delaware Valley (10/6)... Notched game-winning goals in consecutive games (10/8-12). As a Freshman in 2009: Competed in 15 games with two starts... Scored the overtime winner in Widener’s 2-1 victory over William Paterson (10/3)... Tallied against Arcadia (10/28) and dished an assist vs. Shenandoah (10/24). Notes: Majoring in Psychology.

Kate Fetterman

11

Senior • Midfield • Camden, ME • Camden Hills As a Junior in 2010: Played in seven games GP-GS SH G A Pts. with two starts... Scored a goal in a 3-2 win 2008 18-1 1 0 1 1 at Arcadia (10/26)... Named to the MAC 2009 7-0 2 1 0 2 Academic Honor Roll. 2010 7-2 3 1 0 2 As a Sophomore in 2009: Competed in seven Totals 32-3 6 2 1 5 games... Scored against Albright (10/10)... Named to the MAC Academic Honor Roll. As a Freshman in 2008: Played in 18 games with one start... Had an assist vs. Arcadia (10/29). Notes: Majoring in Psychology and Physical Therapy.

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DS 0 0 0 0




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Lauren Gehringer

16

Senior • Defense • Boyertown, PA • Boyertown A s a J unior in 2010: Competed in 14 GP-GS SH contests with 12 starts... Finished tied for 2008 3-0 1 eighth in the conference with three defensive 2009 13-3 1 saves... Scored on her only shot in a 4-0 win 2010 14-12 3 at Shenandoah (10/23). Totals 30-15 5 As a Sophomore in 2009: Competed in 13 games with three starts. As a Freshman in 2008: Played in three games for her first varsity letter. Notes: Majoring in Psychology.

Olivia Burgese

G 0 0 1 1

A 0 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 2 2

DS 0 0 3 3

26

Junior • Defense • Collegeville, PA • Methacton As a Sophomore in 2010: Played in 14 con- GP-GS SH G A Pts. DS tests with 13 starts... Scored the game-win- 2009 15-15 4 1 0 2 0 ning goal on her only shot vs. Muhlenberg 2010 14-13 6 1 1 3 1 (9/24)... Notched an assist in a 4-0 victory at Totals 29-28 10 2 1 5 1 Shenandoah (10/23)... Named to the MAC Academic Honor Roll. As a Freshman in 2009: Started all 15 games she played... A crucial part of a defense that ended fourth in the Commonwealth Conference with a 2.76 GAA... Scored against Gwynedd-Mercy (10/15). Notes: Majoring in Psychology and Physical Therapy.

Brittany Creighton

17

Junior • Forward • Pitman, NJ • Pitman As a Sophomore in 2010: Played in 13 games GP-GS SH G A Pts. DS with 12 starts... Led the team with a .500 shot 2009 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 percentage... Finished second on the team 2010 13-12 12 6 0 12 0 with six goals, third with 12 points and sixth Totals 15-12 12 6 0 12 0 with 12 shots... Scored both goals on just two shots in a 2-1 win vs. Swarthmore (9/11)... Scored in three straight games (9/11-18)... Scored twice in a 3-2 win vs. Gwynedd-Mercy (9/28)... Named to the MAC Academic Honor Roll. As a Freshman in 2009: Played in two games for her first letter. Notes: Majoring in Education.



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Nicole Nardone

23

Junior • Defense • Garwood, NJ • Arthur L. Johnson As a Sophomore in 2010: Played in 13 games GP-GS SH G A Pts. DS with six starts... Finished fifth on the team 2009 17-15 17 2 4 8 3 with 13 shots... Notched an assist in a 4-3 2010 13-6 13 0 1 1 1 win at Albright (10/8)... Named to the MAC Totals 30-21 30 2 5 9 4 Academic Honor Roll. As a Freshman in 2009: Finished eighth in the Commonwealth Conference with three defensive saves and tied for third on the team with four assists... Played 17 games with 15 starts... Scored against Swarthmore (9/5) and William Paterson (10/3). Notes: Majoring in Psychology and Physical Therapy.

Emily Norcross

15

Junior • Midfield • Erial, NJ • Timber Creek As a Sophomore in 2010: Played in two contests for her second letter. As a Freshman in 2009: Played eight games for her first letter. Notes: Majoring in Education.

2009 2010 Totals

GP-GS 8-0 2-0 10-0

SH 0 0 0

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 0

Devon Biglin

DS 0 0 0

13

Sophomore • Forward • Ocean City, NJ • Holy Spirit As a Freshman in 2010: Competed in all 15 games for her first letter. Notes: Majoring in Education.

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2010

GP-GS 15-0

SH 4

G 0

A 0

Pts. 0

DS 0




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Hannah Dinsmore

20

Sophomore • Defense • Wayne, PA • Radnor As a Freshman in 2010: Competed in all 15 contests with seven starts... Recorded an assist in first collegiate game at Immaculata (9/1)... Scored on her only shot vs. Alvernia (10/19). Notes: Majoring in Nursing.

2010

GP-GS 15-7

SH 5

G 1

A 1

Pts. 3

DS 0

Lindsay Donovan

18

Sophomore • Midfield • Pittsgrove, NJ • Arthur P. Schalick As a Freshman in 2010: Competed in four games for her first letter. Notes: Majoring in Education.

2010

GP-GS 4-0

SH 0

G 0

A 0

Pts. 0

Katie Ferguson

DS 0

24

Sophomore • Midfield • Glen Mills, PA • Bayard Rustin As a Freshman in 2010: Competed in all 15 games with 14 starts... Recorded an assist in a 4-3 win at Albright (10/8). Notes: Majoring in Nursing.



2010

GP-GS 15-14

SH 6

G 0

A 1

Pts. 1

DS 1

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Kelly Froio

4

Sophomore • Forward • Sicklerville, NJ • Saint Joseph’s (Hammonton) As a Freshman in 2010: Competed in 10 games with one start... Started and scored in her first collegiate game at Immaculata (9/1). Notes: Majoring in Education.

2010

GP-GS 10-1

SH 3

G 1

A 0

Pts. 2

Alyssa Pomponio

DS 0

9

Sophomore • Defense • Warminster, PA • William Tennent As a Freshman in 2010: Competed in two contests for her first letter. Notes: Majoring in Nursing.

2010

GP-GS 2-0

SH 0

G 0

A 0

Pts. 0

Hannah Robinson

DS 0

8

Sophomore • Defense • Ocean City, NJ • River Hill As a Freshman in 2010: Played in three contests for her first letter. Notes: Majoring in Nursing.

2010

Brittany Gunderson

GP-GS 3-0

10

Sophomore • Forward • Turnersville, NJ • Washington Twp. Notes: Majoring in Nursing.

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SH 0

G 0

A 0

Pts. 0

DS 0

Maggie Karmeris

41

Freshman • Goalkeeper • Wilmington, DE • Wilmington Christian Notes: Majoring in Biology/Pre-Physical Therapy.




THE 2011 PRIDE / 2010 STATS Kelsey Mouser

6

Jessica Sochocky

Freshman • Defense • Havertown, PA • Haverford

40

Freshman • Goalkeeper • Hammonton, NJ • Hammonton

Notes: Majoring in Nursing.

Notes: Majoring in Business.

Amanda Wozniak

7

Freshman • Forward • Erial, NJ • Timber Creek Notes: Majoring in Exploratory Studies.

Name Colleen Cormier Samantha Balonis Brittany Creighton Kate Fay Megan Scarpinato Kate Erkoboni Olivia Burgese Hannah Dinsmore Shelby Aaronson Lauren Gehringer Kate Fetterman Kelly Froio Nicole Nardone Katie Ferguson Amanda Nagy Devon Biglin Lauren Fidati Lindsay Donovan Emily Norcross Alyssa Pomponio Hannah Robinson Total Opponents Goalkeeper Erika Druckenmiller Megan Purcell Total Opponents

10

GP-GS 15-15 15-15 13-12 11-7 15-15 12-2 14-13 15-7 8-0 14-12 7-2 10-1 13-6 15-14 15-15 15-0 14-14 4-0 2-0 2-0 3-0 15 15

G A 14 1 3 7 6 0 4 2 1 8 3 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 23 33 23

GP/GS Minutes 1/0 8:31 15/15 1054:03 15 1062:34 15 1062:34

Pts. Shots Shot% 29 48 .292 13 17 .176 12 12 .500 10 16 .250 10 50 .020 6 8 .375 3 6 .167 3 5 .200 2 5 .200 2 3 .333 2 3 .333 2 3 .333 1 13 .000 1 6 .000 1 3 .000 0 4 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 97 203 .182 89 241 .137

GA Avg. Saves 0 0.00 0 33 2.19 117 33 2.17 126 37 2.44 102

Pct. .000 .780 .792 .734

GW 4 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 5

PS-ATT 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 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 3-4

DS 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 1 11 0 8 0 0 0 0 29 10

W-L Sho 0-0 0 10-5 2 10-5 3 5-10 1

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RECORDS All-Time Coaching Records

Coach Years W-L-T Jacquelyn Mertz 1972 Unknown Record Leslie Macan/Sue Finnie 1973 2-2-1 Sue Finnie 1974-84 38-68-21 (11 seasons • 127 games) 1974 4-2 1975 1-4-2 1976 3-2-2 1977 4-5-1 1978 5-4-4 1979 6-4-3 1980 5-5-2 1981 2-11-3 1982 3-11 1983 2-12 1984 3-8-4 Trish DelFimine 1985 4-13 Candace Baldwin Pirie 1986-88 16-31-2 (3 seasons • 49 games) 1986 3-14 1987 7-8-2 1988 6-9 Caron Cramer 1989-96 63-69-3 (8 seasons • 135 games) 1989 8-6-1 1990 7-9 1991 8-6-1 1992 9-7 1993 8-10 1994 9-9-1 1995 8-10 1996 6-12 Erin Smith 1997 4-15 Nicole Porrecca 1998-99 16-21 (2 seasons • 37 games) 1998 7-12 1999 9-9 Larissa (Klein) Gillespie 2000- 113-76 (11 seasons • 189 games) 2000 8-10 2001 11-6 2002 8-9 2003 12-6 2004 11-5 2005 10-6 (ECAC) 2006 13-6 2007 12-5 2008 7-12 2009 11-6 2010 10-5 (39 seasons • 578 games) 256-295-27

Individual Records

Pct. .500 .382 .667 .286 .571 .450 .538 .577 .500 .219 .214 .143 .333 .235 .347 .176 .471 .400 .478 .567 .438 .567 .563 .444 .500 .444 .333 .211 .432 .368 .500 .598 .444 .647 .471 .667 .688 .625 .684 .706 .368 .647 .667 .466

Goals (Game) 1. Jaime Carr.......................... 5.............................Drew, 10/28/06 2. Kelly Eash.......................... 4........................ Albright, 10/17/07 3. 14 Players with................... 3 Jaime Carr (5), Jenny Garell (2), Larissa Klein, Nikki Ingram, Erica Rose, Missy Pappas, Kelly Eash, Colleen Cormier, Natalie Gifford Goals (Season) 1. Jaime Carr........................ 26..............................................2006 2. Jaime Carr........................ 20..............................................2007 3. Colleen Cormier.............. 14..............................................2010 Danielle D’Arico.............. 14..............................................1984 5. Jenny Garell..................... 13..............................................1999 6. Jenny Garell..................... 12..............................................2001 7. Missy Pappas.................... 11..............................................2005

2011 FIELD HOCKEY

Nikki Ingram................... 11..............................................1999 Sue Kane.......................... 11..............................................1987 Goals (Career) 1. Jaime Carr........................ 60........................................ 2004-07 2. Jenny Garell..................... 36.................................... 1998-2001 3. Missy Pappas.................... 28........................................ 2003-06 4. Christina Blanco.............. 26........................................ 2001-04 5. Colleen Cormier.............. 25............................................ 20086. Shannon Phelps............... 23........................................ 2002-05 7. Erica Rose........................ 22........................................ 2005-08 8. Vanessa Racich................. 19.................................... 1999-2002 Jackie Elliott..................... 19........................................ 2006-09 10. Kelly Eash........................ 18........................................ 2006-07 11. Larissa Klein.................... 16........................................ 1994-97 Natalie Gifford................. 16........................................ 2008-09 Assists (Game) 1. Jenny Garell....................... 3..................... Neumann, 10/21/99 Jenny Garell....................... 3..................... Bryn Mawr, 9/27/01 Missy Pappas...................... 3................ FDU-Florham, 10/1/03 Assists (Season) 1. Kelly Eash........................ 11..............................................2007 2. Suzie Momenee.................. 9..............................................1996 Jenny Garell....................... 9..............................................1999 4. Megan Scarpinato.............. 8..............................................2010 Missy Pappas...................... 8..............................................2005 Amy Koons........................ 8..............................................2004 Kristin Hanson.................. 8..............................................1999 Assists (Career) 1. Missy Pappas.................... 25........................................ 2003-06 2. Jenny Garell..................... 23.................................... 1998-2001 3. Meg Scarpinato................ 19........................................ 2007-10 4. Kelly Eash........................ 18........................................ 2006-07 5. Jessica Gonzalez............... 17........................................ 2006-09 6. Jaime Carr........................ 16........................................ 2004-07 7. Kristin Hanson................ 14.................................... 1999-2002 Erica Rose........................ 14........................................ 2005-08 9. Suzie Momenee................ 12........................................ 1994-96 Christina Blanco.............. 12........................................ 2001-04 Points (Game) 1. Jaime Carr....................... 10............................ Drew, 10/28/06 2. Missy Pappas..................... 8...............Philadelphia U., 9/20/05 Kelly Eash.......................... 8............................ Drew, 10/28/06 Kelly Eash.......................... 8........................ Albright, 10/17/07 5. Larissa Klein...................... 7....................... Haverford, 9/10/96 Missy Pappas..................... 7................ FDU-Florham, 9/29/04 Jaime Carr......................... 7....... Philadelphia Biblical, 10/4/07 8. Nikki Ingram..................... 6..................... Neumann, 10/21/99 Jenny Garell....................... 6............Delaware Valley, 10/12/99 Jenny Garell....................... 6.............Philadelphia U., 10/26/99 Jaime Carr......................... 6...............Philadelphia U., 9/20/05 Erica Rose.......................... 6......................... Arcadia, 10/18/05 Kelly Eash.......................... 6............Richard Stockton, 9/26/07 Colleen Cormier................ 6........................ Albright, 10/11/08 Natalie Gifford.................. 6......................... Arcadia, 10/28/09 Points (Season) 1. Jaime Carr........................ 56..............................................2006 2. Jaime Carr........................ 46..............................................2007 3. Jenny Garell..................... 35..............................................1999 4. Missy Pappas.................... 30..............................................2005 5. Colleen Cormier.............. 29..............................................2010 Jenny Garell..................... 29..............................................2001 7. Kelly Eash........................ 27..............................................2006

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HISTORY / RESULTS / COMMONWEALTH CONF. REVIEW Kelly Eash........................ 27..............................................2007 9. Suzie Momenee................ 25..............................................1996 10. Missy Pappas................... 24..............................................2004 Points (Career) 1. Jaime Carr..................... 136........................................ 2004-07 2. Jenny Garell..................... 95.................................... 1998-2001 3. Missy Pappas................... 81........................................ 2003-06 4. Christina Blanco.............. 74........................................ 2001-04 5. Colleen Cormier.............. 58............................................ 2008 Erica Rose........................ 58........................................ 2005-08 7. Kelly Eash........................ 54........................................ 2006-07 8. Shannon Phelps............... 52........................................ 2002-05 9. Vanessa Racich................. 46.................................... 1999-2002 10. Mallory Meyer................. 40........................................ 2004-07 11. Megan Scarpinato............ 41........................................ 2007-10 Jackie Elliott.................... 41........................................ 2006-09 Jessica Gonzalez............... 41........................................ 2006-09 14. Larissa Klein.................... 39........................................ 1994-97

All-Time Captains

Susan Mangan, Dorothy M. McCullion..................................1972 June Burroughs, Catherine Willert...........................................1973 Karen Boyer, Debbie Samons...................................................1974 Donna Forbes, Marsha Hill......................................................1975 Bev Halter, Donna Forbes........................................................1976 Beverly Halter..........................................................................1977 Joann Cavallo, Mary Loose......................................................1978 Mary Loose, Linda Spillane......................................................1979 Debbie Dussell, Patty Ryan, Siena Wall...................................1980 N/A........................................................... 1981, 1984-86, 1988-90 Mary Ann Hayes, Martha Rodriquez.......................................1982 Rita Gallen, Donna Sue Lynch, Mary McLaughlin..................1983 Beth MacEntee, Margaret Zoeller............................................1987 Melissa Buttry, Joannison Zissis...............................................1991 Courtney Patton, Nikki Mizack...............................................1992 Valerie Patsky, Minda Piper.....................................................1993 Heather Batchelor, Jen Hocker, Dina Staiano..........................1994 Sue Fordyce, Becky Kulp.........................................................1995 Tami Reinmiller, Joy Shulman.................................................1996 Larissa Klein, Alison Robinson.................................................1997 Katie Capizzi, Dana DiBease, Kim Lynch................................1998 Kara Cooper, Kim Lynch.........................................................1999 Eileen Boltz, Jenny Garell, Dana Martin..................................2000 Jenny Garell, Heather Moffitt, Jen Moffitt...............................2001 Pam Gargano, Kristin Hanson, Lisa Mohrmann, Vanessa Racich.....2002 Eileen Brill, Jen Horan, Kendra Solley.....................................2003 Eileen Brill, Amy Koons, Kendra Solley...................................2004 Jennifer Couchara, Shannon Phelps.........................................2005 Tina Giorgio, Kate Heritage, Missy Pappas..............................2006 Colleen Guille, Mallory Meyer.................................................2007 Trina Menta, Jackie Elliott, Amanda Nagy..............................2008 Jackie Elliott, Jess Gonzalez......................................................2009 Colleen Cormier, Megan Scarpinato, Amanda Nagy................2010

Team Most Valuable Players

Suzie Momenee........................................................................1996 Alison Robinson.......................................................................1997 Kim Lynch.....................................................................1998, 1999 Eileen Boltz..............................................................................2000 Jenny Garell and Lisa Mohrmann.............................................2001 Lisa Mohrmann........................................................................2002 Amy Koons....................................................................2003, 2004 Kate Heritage.................................................................2005, 2006 Colleen Guille..........................................................................2007 Jessica Gonzalez........................................................................2008 Amanda Nagy..........................................................................2009 Megan Purcell..........................................................................2010

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2010 Commonwealth Conference Standings Messiah Lebanon Valley Elizabethtown Alvernia Widener Arcadia Albright Shenandoah

CC 7-0 6-1 5-2 4-3 3-4 2-5 1-6 0-7

GF 39 40 19 14 15 11 7 1

GA 2 6 13 15 22 24 32 32

Ovr. 19-3 19-3 14-5 11-10 10-5 9-9 9-10 8-9

GF GA 93 15 119 33 62 36 44 45 37 33 37 39 33 56 30 48

First Team All-Commonwealth Conference Name Megan Purcell Kourtney Ehly Jocelyn Novak Caitlin Vasey Julie Barton Julie Foster Shelly Lobach Linsey Fasold Gina Kellett Rachel Pantalone Tonya Rutt

Team Widener Messiah Lebanon Valley Lebanon Valley Messiah Elizabethtown Lebanon Valley Elizabethtown Messiah Lebanon Valley Alvernia

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

Yr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr.

Second Team All-Commonwealth Conference Name Colleen Cormier Megan Scarpinato Amanda Nagy

Team Widener Widener Widener

Pos. F M D

Date Opponent Result/Score 9/1 at Immaculata W 5-0 9/11 SWARTHMORE W 2-1 9/16 at #14 Eastern L 2-5 9/18 DeSALES W 3-1 9/24 MUHLENBERG W 3-0 9/28 GWYNEDD-MERCY W 3-2 10/5 #3 MESSIAH * L 0-4 10/6 DELAWARE VALLEY W (ot) 2-1 10/8 at Albright * W 4-3 10/12 at Cabrini W 2-1 10/15 at Elizabethtown * L (ot) 1-2 10/19 ALVERNIA * L 2-4 10/23 at Shenandoah * W 4-0 10/26 at Arcadia * W 3-2 10/29 #2 LEBANON VALLEY * L 1-7

Yr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Widener Goals Cormier, Erkoboni Froio, Aaronson, Fay Creighton 2 Creighton, Fay Cormier 2, Creighton Burgese, Cormier Balonis Creighton 2, Scarpinato Balonis, Cormier Cormier 2, Balonis Fay Erkoboni, Fay Cormier Dinsmore, Cormier Cormier 2, Erkoboni Gehringer Cormier 2, Fetterman Cormier

* Commonwealth Conference game

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