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2014 WOMEN’S LACROSSE TABLE OF CONTENTS Widener University Women’s Lacrosse..................................... IFC Table of Contents / Quick Facts / Directions.................................1 Head Coach Julie Mazer.................................................................2 Assistant Coaches...........................................................................2 2014 Roster....................................................................................3 2014 Preview.................................................................................4 The 2014 Pride........................................................................ 5-10 2013 Stats....................................................................................10 Records / History / 2013 Results............................................ 11-12 Widener University................................................................... IBC

Mackenzie Lindquist 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 Stadium..........................................................Edith R. Dixon Field Affiliation.......................................................... NCAA Division III Conference................................. Middle Atlantic (Commonwealth) 2013 Records................................................... 8-9 (3-5 CC, T-5th) Letterwinners Returning / Lost...........................15/7 (Starters, 7/5) 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 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 Facebook.....................................Facebook.com/WidenerUniversity Twitter................................................... Twitter.com/WidenerPride Sports Information Hotline................................. 610-499-4600 (2) COACHING STAFF Head Coach................................................................... Julie Mazer Alma Mater........................................................... West Chester ‘94 E-mail............................................................ jlmazer@widener.edu Overall Record (Seasons)...................................................47-36 (5) Record at School (Seasons)....................................................8-9 (1) Assistants..............................................................Jackie McGarrigle Phone........................................................................ 610-499-4541 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 2014 Women’s Lacrosse Media Guide was produced by the Widener University Sports Information Department. Photography by John Ferko ‘80, Greg Carroccio and Al Zacharka. Printed by Gazette Printing; Indiana, PA. Information current as of January 2014.

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COACHING STAFF

Julie Mazer • Head Coach

Julie Mazer made some serious noise

of the Year. Mazer also was responsible for handling all relationships

in her first year as Widener’s women’s la-

with alumnae for the program.

crosse coach by restoring a sense of pride

and renewed enthusiasm of the game.

Roanoke College from 1999-2003, helping lead the Maroons to the

The team’s play and accomplishments

2002 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Field Hockey title with an

leaves plenty of optimism for year two.

overall 14-6 record. The squad advanced to the ODAC semifinals in

The Pride in 2013 advanced to the

lacrosse from 2000-02.

Mazer served as the field hockey and women’s lacrosse coach at

Commonwealth Conference Tournament, its first league tourna-

ment since 2010, and reached eight victories for the fourth time in

coach at William Smith College. She was part of the field hockey’s

five seasons. Three on the squad were named all-league, including

1997 NCAA title squad and the 1998 women’s lacrosse team which

sophomore Mackenzie Lindquist being tabbed second team.

played in the NCAA quarterfinals. She also was an assistant in field

hockey and lacrosse at Swarthmore from 1998-99.

Mazer arrived after serving as the girls’ lacrosse coach and assistant

From 1997-98, Mazer was an assistant field hockey and lacrosse

athletic director at Notre Dame High School in Lawrenceville, NJ.

Mazer coached with the Tri-State Lacrosse Club in Somerset, NJ

She was responsible for all facets of the program as well as serving

and has coached in the Futures Program through the United States

as an administrative representative for various home games, helping

Field Hockey Association and has been on Coach-of-the-Year com-

manage the daily operations of the athletics office and maintaining

mittees through the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.

the school’s athletics web site.

She also was the head field hockey coach at Lehigh from 2003-10.

University, where she was an Honorable Mention All-America in

During that span, the Mountain Hawks went to the Patriot League

lacrosse. She graduated West Chester in 1994 with a degree in Health

Tournament four times, had 20 all-league players, three all-region

and Physical Education with a teacher certification.

Mazer competed in field hockey and lacrosse at West Chester

athletes, one conference Offensive Player of the Year and one Rookie

Jackie McGarrigle • Assistant Coach

Jackie McGarrigle is in her second

Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Merit Award. McGarrigle

year as an assistant coach for the Pride.

coached eight all-conference players and was responsible for all aspects

of the program from recruiting, travel, practice planning and com-

McGarrigle entered after coaching

the last two seasons at Division II Geor-

munity service.

gian Court. The squad captured the

Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference

helping with the day-to-day operations of the program. McGarrigle

She also was an assistant coach at Birmingham-Southern College,

crown in 2011, going 15-4 overall and 12-0 in the league.

also has served as a field hockey coach at Moorestown High School,

The Lions followed that with a 12-7 mark last season, 9-3 in the

which she led to the 2012 Central Jersey Group III state title, and

conference and won the league’s sportsmanship award. Georgian

both the freshman field hockey coach and varsity lacrosse coach at

Court boasted a 3.4 GPA and was awarded the Intercollegiate Women’s

Point Pleasant Borough High School from 2007-08.

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ROSTER No. 1 * 2 ** 3 4 5 * 6 7 * 8 9 ** 11 * 12 ** 13 14 16 ** 17 ** 18 ** 19 21 *** 22 *** 23 * 25 26 27 28 * 29

Name Caitlyn Mullner Megan Dunn Gianna Ciro Heather Burns Megan Mills Jamie Parent Meghan Garvey Brooke Clasing Mackenzie Lindquist Morgan Scott Melissa Sailey Jillian Riss Kristen Bate Megan Granata Pinky Schneider Megan Capobianco Angie Baricko Amy Albano Liz Glassman Lindsey Brust Brianna Haffey Alli Yip Kelsey Sherman Kelley Dreher Grace Morales

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

Pos. M GK A M A M M A M M/A M/A D M M/A A M/D M/D M/D D D M GK D D GK

Ht. 5-6 5-3 5-4 5-1 5-2 5-1 5-0 5-3 5-7 5-7 5-11 5-5 5-5 5-2 5-7 5-3 5-4 5-6 5-4 5-10 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-4 5-8

Hometown/Previous School Aston, PA/Sun Valley Oxford, PA/Bishop Shanahan Media, PA/Villa Maria Rockville Centre, NY/Oceanside Riverton, NJ/Holy Cross Millville, NJ/Millville Avondale, PA/Avon Grove Shrewsbury, PA/Susquehannock Ocean City, NJ/Ocean City Cinnaminson, NJ/Cinnaminson Swedesboro, NJ/Kingsway Collingswood, NJ/Collingswood Somerdale, NJ/Paul VI Broomall, PA/Cardinal O’Hara Moorestown, NJ/Moorestown Clementon, NJ/St. Hubert Toms River, NJ/Toms River East Columbia, MD/Hammond Gloucester City, NJ/Gloucester Catholic Pennsburg, PA/Upper Perkiomen Havre de Grace, MD/Havre de Grace Magnolia, NJ/Sterling Millville, NJ/Millville Glen Rock, PA/Susquehannock East Norwich, NY/Our Lady of Mercy

Major Nursing Business Psychology/Pre-Physical Therapy Psychology/Pre-Physical Therapy Nursing Psychology/Pre-Physical Therapy Sport Management Exploratory Studies Sport Management Sociology/Pre-Physical Therapy Nursing Finance Psychology Nursing Education Biology Nursing Physical Therapy/Psychology Psychology/Physical Therapy Nursing Hospitality Management Nursing Nursing Psychology/Pre-Physical Therapy Nursing

Head Coach: Julie Mazer (West Chester ’94), second season Assistant: Jackie McGarrigle Captains: Amy Albano, Liz Glassman, Megan Dunn

2014 Home Games Tue. Mar. 18 Ursinus Sat. Mar. 22 Kean Wed. Mar. 26 Alvernia * Sat. Apr. 5 Susquehanna Tue. Apr. 8 Messiah * Thu. Apr. 17 Stevenson * Wed. Apr. 23 Lebanon Valley *

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PREVIEW Second-year coach Julie Mazer was a welcome addition to Widener’s women’s lacrosse team and what she helped engineer will carry on for many years to come. After the team’s first Commonwealth Conference Tournament berth in three years, this season hopes to provide more of the same as Mazer now has a full year to work with a solid group of returnees hoping to once again make noise. Junior Mackenzie Lindquist is coming off a mammoth season last year in which she was tabbed second team all-conference and helped inject life into the program with her hustle and all-around enthusiasm. She ended last season fourth in the conference with 78 draw controls, led the team with 41 ground balls and 29 caused turnovers in addition to ending second on the squad with 36 goals. Lindquist showed her knack for play in big games by notching 11 draw controls in the conference tournament at Lebanon Valley. Then there is sophomore Meghan Garvey, who was named Honorable Mention All-League after a solid debut campaign that rivaled that with her effort on the field hockey field. She ended fourth on the team with 28 goals and third on the team with nine assists a season ago. Senior Amy Albano has settled nicely into the defense and should once again be an important factor. One of nine for Widener to start every game a season ago, she was tied for second on the team with 34 ground balls and also scored seven goals. Senior Liz Glassman worked hard in the offseason to improve her game after competing in 14 games last year. She has made a great deal of contributions to the squad and seeks to be even more of a factor in 2014. Junior Megan Dunn took numerous steps forward last season in goal and will be the go-to player there again this season after ending last year fifth in the conference with 8.18 saves per game, playing all 1,026 minutes of the season. Dunn arguably had her best game of the season in the conference tournament at Lebanon Valley, making a career-best 16 saves that included 14 in the first half. Pinky Schneider saw her playing time skyrocket last season and showed why, ending fifth on the squad with 17 goals, second with 12 assists and clutch play on attack that will be vital this year. Melissa Sailey is another junior who has seen her playing time rise and she also will be key after finishing last season with 12 goals. Junior Megan Granata is back with hopes of making even more contributions this season. Junior Megan Capobianco looks to continue being an important part of the defense. Sophomore Caitlyn Mullner is coming off a season in which she scored nine goals to go with six assists and 12 draw controls. Megan Mills, Morgan Scott, Lindsey Brust and Kelley Dreher also had strong freshman campaigns and will challenge for more playing time this season. The Pride bring in 11 newcomers in Gianna Ciro, Heather Burns, Jamie Parent, Brooke Clasing, Jillian Riss, Kristen Bate, Angie Baricko, Brianna Haffey, Alli Yip, Kelsey Sherman and Grace Morales. Widener open its season March 1 at Arcadia and plays its home opener March 18 against Ursinus. League play begins March 26 against Alvernia and ends April 23 vs. Lebanon Valley. The top four teams compete in the conference tournament from April 30-May 3.

The 2014 Pride • Front Row (L-R): Gianna Ciro, Jamie Parent, Heather Burns, Liz Glassman, Amy Albano, Meghan Garvey, Megan Dunn, Megan Mills, Brooke Clasing. Middle Row (L-R): Kristen Bate, Jillian Riss, Kelley Dreher, manager Alex Oxner, head coach Julie Mazer, assistant coach Jackie McGarrigle, Megan Capobianco, Megan Granata, Angie Baricko. Back Row (L-R): Caitlyn Mullner, Mackenzie Lindquist, Brianna Haffey, Morgan Scott, Melissa Sailey, Lindsey Brust, Pinky Schneider, Kelsey Sherman, Grace Morales.

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Amy Albano

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Senior • Midfield/Defense • 5-6 • Columbia, MD • Hammond As a Junior in 2013: Served as team captain... Started in all 17 games at midfield... Scored seven goals on 13 shots... Tied for the team lead with a .538 shot percentage... Scored one game-winning goal and four freeposition goals... Tied for second on the team with 34 ground balls... Added four assists, three draw controls and 11 caused turnovers... Had two goals and three assists vs. Lycoming (4/13)... Posted five ground balls at Stevenson (4/20)... Named to the MAC Academic Honor Roll... Named to IWLCA Division III Academic Honor Roll. As a Sophomore in 2012: Played and started in 13 games... Took 27 shots and scored 13 goals to go with four assists... Recorded 18 ground balls, nine draw controls and caused 12 turnovers... Scored four goals against Albright (4/5) and had three against Marywood (3/30)... Named to the MAC Academic Honor Roll. As a Freshman in 2011: Started all 17 games... Ended fifth on the team with 18 goals, tied for fourth with 12 assists and fifth with 30 points... Scored three goals against both Occidental GP-GS SH G A Pts. GB (3/1) and Manhattanville (3/12)... Had game winning goals vs. Immaculata 2011 17-17 47 18 12 30 30 (2/26) and Alvernia (4/29)... Closed second on the team with 39 draw con2012 13-13 27 13 4 17 18 trols... Also totaled 30 ground balls and 15 caused turnovers. 2013 17-17 13 7 4 11 34 Notes: Majoring in Physical Therapy/Psychology. Totals 47-47 87 38 20 58 82

Liz Glassman

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Senior • Defense • 5-4 • Gloucester City, NJ • Gloucester Catholic As a Junior in 2013: Started in eight games GP-GS SH G A Pts. GB and played in 14 on defense... Picked up 2011 3-0 0 0 0 0 0 eight ground balls and caused six turn- 2012 9-1 0 0 0 0 3 overs... Notched two ground balls on three 2013 14-8 0 0 0 0 8 occasions... Named to the MAC Academic Totals 26-9 0 0 0 0 11 Honor Roll... Named to IWLCA Division III Academic Honor Roll. As a Sophomore in 2012: Made one start in nine games played on defense... Picked up three ground balls and also recorded one draw control and one caused turnover... Named to the MAC Academic Honor Roll. As a Freshman in 2011: Competed in three games for her first letter. Notes: Majoring in Psychology/Physical Therapy.

Megan Capobianco

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Junior • Midfield/Defense • 5-3 • Clementon, NJ • St. Hubert As a Sophomore in 2013: Appeared in eight GP-GS SH G A Pts. GB games on defense... Managed four ground 2012 6-0 0 0 0 0 2 balls and caused four turnovers... Notched two 2013 8-0 0 0 0 0 4 Totals 14-0 0 0 0 0 6 ground balls vs. Gwynedd-Mercy (3/23). As a Freshman in 2012: Competed in six games for her first letter... Recorded two ground balls and one caused turnover. Notes: Majoring in Biology.

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Megan Dunn

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Junior • Goalkeeper • 5-3 • Oxford, PA • Bishop Shanahan As a Sophomore in 2013: Started in all 17 GP/GS Min. GAA Svs. Sv% W-L games at goalkeeper... Closed fifth in the 2012 15/14 703:49 13.30 127 .449 6-8 conference with 8.18 saves per game... Played 2013 17/17 1026:11 12.57 139 .393 8-9 all 1,026 minutes of the season... Made 139 Totals 32/31 1730:00 12.87 266 .418 14-17 saves... Picked up 27 ground balls and caused five turnovers... Had arguably her finest game with a career-best 16 saves, including 14 in the first half, in the first round of the conference tournament at Lebanon Valley (4/30)... Also notched 15 saves vs. Elizabethtown (4/6). As a Freshman in 2012: Made 14 starts in 15 appearances, totaling 704 minutes... Ended with a .449 save percentage, allowing 156 goals and making 127 saves... Made at least 10 saves six times, including 15 at Cabrini (4/24)... Also recorded 11 ground balls and caused three turnovers. Notes: Majoring in Business.

Megan Granata

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Junior • Midfield/Attack • 5-2 • Broomall, PA • Cardinal O’Hara As a Sophomore in 2013: Appeared in 12 GP-GS SH G A Pts. GB games at attack... Scored eight goals on 17 2012 5-0 5 3 0 3 1 shots... Picked up six ground balls, won 11 2013 12-0 17 8 0 8 6 draw controls and caused four turnovers... Totals 17-0 22 11 0 11 7 Scored three times and added four draw controls vs. Bryn Mawr (3/26)... Named to MAC Academic Honor Roll. As a Freshman in 2012: Competed in five games for her first letter... Took five shots and scored three goals... Recorded one ground ball, a draw control and two caused turnovers. Notes: Majoring in Nursing.

Mackenzie Lindquist

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Junior • Midfield • 5-7 • Ocean City, NJ • Ocean City As a Sophomore in 2013: Picked second GP-GS SH G A Pts. GB team All-Commonwealth Conference... 2012 15-12 28 11 3 14 26 Ended fourth in the conference with 78 draw 2013 17-17 76 36 7 43 41 controls... Played and started all 17 games... Totals 32-29 104 47 10 57 67 Led the team with 41 ground balls and 29 caused turnovers... Closed second on the team with 36 goals and 43 total points... Added seven assists and two game-winning goals... Scored eight free-position goals and managed 76 shots... Had four goals on three occasions and five points in two contests... Won 11 draw controls vs. Hood (4/27) and nine in the conference tournament at Lebanon Valley (4/30)... Named to the MAC Academic Honor Roll. As a Freshman in 2012: Played in all 15 games with 12 starts... Recorded 11 goals and three assists... Notched 26 ground balls, 10 draw controls and eight caused turnovers... Scored three goals in consecutive games vs. Lebanon Valley (4/21) and Cabrini (4/24)... Had five ground balls vs. Swarthmore (3/15) and Lycoming (4/14). Notes: Majoring in Sport Management.

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Melissa Sailey

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Junior • Midfield/Attack • 5-11 • Swedesboro, NJ • Kingsway As a Sophomore in 2013: Started in 16 games and played in 17 at midfield... Scored 12 goals on 30 shots and added three assists... Scored three free-position goals and picked up 21 ground balls... Won 10 draw controls and caused five turnovers... Scored three times vs. Gwynedd-Mercy (3/23) and Elizabethtown (4/6)... Posted four draw controls vs. Albright (4/17)... Named to MAC Academic Honor Roll. As a Freshman in 2012: Competed in all 15 games with 13 starts... Recorded seven goals, six assists, 23 ground balls, 46 draw controls and five caused turnovers... Posted six draw controls against Muhlenberg (3/1) and Messiah (4/18)... Had five ground GP-GS SH G A Pts. GB 2012 15-13 20 7 6 13 23 balls at Arcadia (3/4). 2013 17-16 30 12 3 15 21 Notes: Majoring in Nursing. Totals 32-29 50 19 9 28 44

Pinky Schneider

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Junior • Attack • 5-7 • Moorestown, NJ • Moorestown As a Sophomore in 2013: Started in all 17 games at attack... Scored 17 goals on 44 shots, including a game-winning goal against Cabrini (4/23)... Second on team with 12 assists... Scored three free-position goals... Picked up 15 ground balls, won 13 draw controls, and caused seven turnovers... Scored four goals vs. Lycoming (4/13) and had three with two assists vs. Bryn Mawr (3/26). As a Freshman in 2012: Competed in 10 games for her first letter... Recorded seven goals, two assists, seven ground balls, two draw controls and four caused turnovers... Had three goals, an GP-GS SH G A Pts. GB 10-0 18 7 2 9 7 assist and three ground balls vs. 2012 2013 17-17 44 17 12 29 15 Albright (4/5). Totals 27-17 62 24 14 38 22 Notes: Majoring in Education.

Lindsey Brust

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Sophomore • Attack • 5-10 • Pennsburg, PA • Upper Perkiomen As a Freshman in 2013: Appeared in six games on defense... Had a goal, a ground ball and a turnover vs. Hood (4/27). Notes: Majoring in Nursing,

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Kelley Dreher

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Sophomore • Defense • 5-4 • Glen Rock, PA • Susquehannock As a Freshman in 2013: Started in two games and appeared in 10 on defense... Picked up 2013 three ground balls and caused two turnovers. Notes: Majoring in Psychology/Pre-Physical Therapy.

GP-GS SH G A Pts. GB 10-2 0 0 0 0 3

Meghan Garvey

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Sophomore • Midfield • 5-0 • Avondale, PA • Avon Grove

2013

As a Freshman in 2013: Tabbed Honorable Mention All-Commonwealth Conference... Started in 15 games and played in 16 at midfield... Ended fourth on the team with 28 goals and third on the team with nine assists... Scored on eight free-position goals and had one game-winning goal... Scored five goals against Alvernia (4/25)... Posted three other contests with three goals... Notched six draw controls at Stevenson (4/20) and four vs. Arcadia (3/2)... Picked up 21 ground balls, caused 10 turnovers and ranked second on the team with 28 draw controls. Notes: Majoring in Sport Management... Two-year member of the field hockey team... Picked second team all-conference in 2013 after she was tabbed GP-GS SH G A Pts. GB Honorable Mention all-league 16-15 66 28 9 37 21 in 2012.

Megan Mills

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Sophomore • Attack/Midfield • 5-2 • Riverton, NJ • Holy Cross As a Freshman in 2013: Played in 10 games... GP-GS SH G A Pts. GB Scored three goals on nine shots... Scored one 2013 10-0 9 3 0 3 4 free-position goal on two attempts... Scored in consecutive games vs. Gwynedd-Mercy (3/23) and Bryn Mawr (3/26)... Picked up four ground balls, recorded one draw control and caused one turnover. Notes: Majoring in Nursing.

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Caitlyn Mullner

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Sophomore • Midfield • 5-6 • Aston, PA • Sun Valley As a Freshman in 2013: Played in 15 games GP-GS SH G A Pts. GB at midfield... Scored nine goals on 20 shots for 2013 15-0 20 9 6 15 6 a .450 shot percentage... Scored twice against Hood (4/27)... Scored one free-position goal on one attempt vs. Alvernia (4/25)... Had five draw controls vs. Eastern (3/9)... Added six assists, six ground balls, 12 draw controls and caused one turnover. Notes: Majoring in Nursing.

Morgan Scott

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Sophomore • Attack • 5-7 • Cinnaminson, NJ • Cinnaminson As a Freshman in 2013: Played 10 games at midfield... Scored against Bryn Mawr (3/26) 2013 and Hood (4/27)... Won one draw control and caused one turnover. Notes: Majoring in Sociology/Pre-Physical Therapy.

GP-GS SH G A Pts. GB 10-0 6 2 0 2 0

Angie Baricko • 19 Fr. • M/D • 5-4 Toms River, NJ Toms River Nursing

Kristen Bate • 14 Fr. • M • 5-5 Somerdale, NJ Paul VI Psychology

Heather Burns • 4 Fr. • M • 5-1 Rockville Centre, NY Oceanside Psychology/Pre-PT

Gianna Ciro • 3 Fr. • A • 5-4 Media, PA Villa Maria Psychology/Pre-PT

Brooke Clasing • 8 Fr. • A • 5-3 Shrewsbury, PA Susquehannock Exploratory Studies

Brianna Haffey • 25 Fr. • M • 5-6 Havre de Grace, MD Havre de Grace Hospitality Mgmt.

Grace Morales • 29 Fr. • GK • 5-8 East Norwich, NY Our Lady of Mercy Nursing

Jamie Parent • 6 Fr. • M • 5-1 Millville, NJ Millville Psychology/Pre-PT

Jillian Riss • 13 Fr. • D • 5-5 Collingswood, NJ Collingswood Finance

Kelsey Sherman • 27 Fr. • D • 5-6 Millville, NJ Millville Nursing

Alli Yip • 26 Fr. • GK • 5-6 Magnolia, NJ Sterling Nursing

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2013 STATS

Name

GP-GS G

A

Pts. Shots Shot% GW FPG-S GB DC TO CT

Julia Costello

17-17 43 21 64 80 .538 2 9-24 16 17 29 8

Mackenzie Lindquist 17-17 36 7 43 76 .474 2 8-17 41 78 34 29 Laura Kalbach

17-17 34 6 40 72 .472 1 10-17 12 15 23 3

Meghan Garvey 16-15 28 9 37 66 .424 1 8-17 21 28 26 10 Pinky Schneider 17-17 17 12 29 44 .386 1 3-6 15 13 21 7 Lauren Staedt

17-17 14 6 20 31 .452 0 3-8 9 24 20 2

Melissa Sailey

17-16 12 3 15 30 .400 0 3-8 21 10 23 5

Caitlyn Mullner 15-0 9 6 15 20 .450 0 1-1 6 12 10 1 Amy Albano

17-17 7 4 11 13 .538 1 4-6 34 3 22 11

Megan Granata 12-0 8 0 8 17 .471 0 0-1 6 11 9 4 Megan Mills

10-0 3 0 3 9 .333 0 1-2 4 2 3 1

Nicole Kumor 17-17 0 3 3 2 .000 0 0-0 34 0 20 26 Morgan Scott

10-0 2 0 2 6 .333 0 0-0 0 1 4 1

Rochelle Retirado 17-17 1 0 1 4 .250 0 0-0 24 1 13 16 Lindsey Brust

6-0 1 0 1 2 .500 0 0-0 2 0 1 1

Danielle LaVallee 15-10 0 1 1 1 .000 0 0-0 5 10 7 4 Martha Lowitz

5-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 0 0 0 0

Kelley Dreher

10-2 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 3 0 5 2

Liz Glassman

14-8 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 8 0 7 6

Megan Capobianco 8-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 4 0 3 4 Noelle Cinquino 5-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 1 1 3 0 Megan Dunn

17-17 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0 27 0 13 5

Total

17 215 78 293 473 .455 8 50-107 293 226 303 146

Opponents

17 215 74 289 484 .444 9 32-81 289 233 303 140

Goalkeeper

GP/GS

Minutes GA Avg. Saves Pct.

W-L

Megan Dunn

17/17

1026:11

8-9

215

12.57

139

.393

Total

17

1026:11 215 12.57 139 .393

8-9

Opponents

17

1026:11 215 12.57 142 .398

9-8

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RECORDS All-Time Coaching Records

Coach Years W-L Pct. Sue Finnie 1979-85 44-30 .595 (7 seasons • 74 games) 1979 2-5 .286 1980 3-3 .500 1981 7-3 .700 1982 7-5 .583 1983 8-4 .667 (ECAC) 1984 10-4 .714 1985 7-6 .538 Trish DelFemine 1986 4-9 .308 Candace Baldwin Pirie 1987-88 5-18 .217 (2 seasons • 23 games) 1987 1-10 .091 1988 4-8 .333 Caron Cramer 1989-97 45-84 .349 (9 seasons • 129 games) 1989 3-12 .200 1990 5-9 .357 1991 7-8 .467 1992 9-6 .600 1993 10-5 .667 1994 2-10 .167 1995 5-12 .294 1996 2-10 .167 1997 2-12 .143 Erin Smith 1998 7-9 .438 Nicole Porrecca 1999-2003 40-41 .494 (5 seasons • 81 games) 1999 3-14 .176 2000 10-6 .625 2001 7-9 .438 2002 9-7 .563 2003 11-5 .688 Larissa Gillespie 2004-06 21-24 .467 (3 seasons • 45 games) 2004 10-5 .667 2005 8-7 .533 2006 3-12 .200 Robin Baxter 2007-12 43-56 .434 (6 seasons • 99 games) 2007 3-13 .188 2008 6-10 .375 2009 8-9 .471 2010 11-7 .611 2011 9-8 .529 2012 6-9 .400 Julie Mazer 2013 8-9 .471 Totals 217-280 .437 (35 seasons • 497 games)

Individual Records

Goals (Game) 1. Jackie Elliott.................... 11......................vs. Alvernia, 4/8/09 2. Courtney Patton................ 9................ vs. Cedar Crest, 4/2/91 3. Julia Costello...................... 8....................... vs. Eastern, 3/9/13 Jackie Elliott...................... 8..................... vs. Arcadia, 4/21/09 Diep Pham......................... 8............ vs. Susquehanna, 3/28/98 Tiffany Crowe.................... 8................ vs. Cedar Crest, 4/2/91 7. Calina Walz....................... 7......... vs. Manhattanville, 3/12/11 Mary Frances Dolan........... 7...............vs. Bryn Mawr, 3/18/99 Diep Pham......................... 7................. vs. Lycoming, 3/26/98 Jenn Tuss........................... 7................ vs. Cedar Crest, 4/2/91 Goals (Season) 1. Jackie Elliott.................... 76............................................ 2010 2. Jackie Elliott.................... 71............................................ 2009 3. Courtney Patton.............. 64............................................ 1991 4. Diep Pham....................... 61............................................ 1998 Josie Magnanti................. 61............................................ 1984 6. Mary Frances Dolan......... 56............................................ 2000

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7. Tiffany Crowe.................. 53............................................ 1993 Courtney Patton.............. 53............................................ 1993 9. Courtney Patton.............. 51............................................ 1990 Josie Magnanti................. 51............................................ 1985 Goals (Career) 1. Courtney Patton............ 218....................................... 1990-93 2. Jackie Elliott.................. 201....................................... 2007-10 3. Josie Magnati................. 179....................................... 1982-85 4. Mary Frances Dolan....... 160................................... 1998-2001 5. Tiffany Crowe................ 165....................................... 1991-93 6. Tricia Lynch.................. 138....................................... 2003-06 7. Julia Costello.................. 134....................................... 2010-13 9. Rachel Porter................. 124....................................... 2010-12 9. Judy Kennedy................ 117....................................... 1996-98 10. Erin Smith..................... 115....................................... 1992-95 Assists (Game) 1. Rachel Porter..................... 6................. vs. Lycoming, 4/14/12 2. Rachel Porter..................... 5......................vs. Albright, 4/5/12 Julia Costello...................... 5.......................vs. King’s, 4/29/10 Tricia Lynch...................... 5................. vs. Lycoming, 4/16/05 Lauren Goane.................... 5..................vs. Moravian, 3/24/05 Tiffany Crowe.................... 5............ vs. Phila. Textile, 4/17/93 Tiffany Crowe.................... 5................vs. Washington, 4/6/93 Tiffany Crowe.................... 5............ vs. Susquehanna, 3/27/93 Terri Eilers......................... 5..................... vs. Eastern, 3/31/90 Erica Amyot....................... 5............................. vs. Beaver, NA Assists (Season) 1. Tiffany Crowe.................. 51............................................ 1998 2. Lauren Goane.................. 38............................................ 2005 3. Lauren Goane.................. 37............................................ 1999 4. Tricia Lynch.................... 33............................................ 2006 5. Erica Amyot..................... 29............................................ 1997 6. Jen Harnden.................... 27............................................ 2010 7. Rachel Porter................... 26............................................ 2012 8. Rachel Porter................... 25............................................ 2011 Tiffany Crowe.................. 25............................................ 2002 10. Tiffany Crowe.................. 24............................................ 2003 Assists (Career) 1. Lauren Goane................ 148....................................... 2002-05 2. Tiffany Crowe................ 112....................................... 1991-93 3. Tricia Lynch.................... 92....................................... 2003-06 4. Jen Harnden.................... 71....................................... 2009-12 5. Julia Costello.................... 66....................................... 2010-13 6. Rachel Porter................... 65....................................... 2010-12 7. Erica Amyot..................... 56................................... 1997-2000 8. Calina Walz..................... 55....................................... 2008-11 9. Jackie Elliott.................... 51....................................... 2007-10 10. Terri Eilers....................... 47....................................... 1989-92 Points (Game) 1. Jackie Elliott.................... 12......................vs. Alvernia, 4/8/09 Courtney Patton.............. 12................ vs. Cedar Crest, 4/2/91 3. Julia Costello.................... 11....................... vs. Eastern, 3/9/13 Rachel Porter................... 11................. vs. Lycoming, 4/14/12 5. Jackie Elliott.................... 10..................... vs. Arcadia, 4/24/10 Jackie Elliott.................... 10..................... vs. Arcadia, 4/21/09 Diep Pham....................... 10............ vs. Susquehanna, 3/28/98 Tiffany Crowe.................. 10................ vs. Cedar Crest, 4/2/91 Courtney Patton.............. 10..................... vs. Eastern, 3/31/90 10. Rachel Porter..................... 9.....................vs. Cabrini, 4/20/11 Jackie Elliott...................... 9...................... vs. Wilkes, 4/10/10 Jackie Elliott...................... 9......... vs. Manhattanville, 3/25/09 Tiffany Crowe.................... 9........................ vs. Drew, 4/20/93 Tiffany Crowe.................... 9............ vs. Phila. Textile, 4/17/93 Tiffany Crowe.................... 9...................vs. Dickinson, 4/3/93

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RECORDS / HISTORY Tiffany Crowe.................... 9..................... vs. Eastern, 3/31/90 Points (Season) 1. Tiffany Crowe................ 104............................................ 1993 2. Jackie Elliott.................... 95............................................ 2010 3. Jackie Elliott.................... 85............................................ 2009 4. Josie Magnanti................. 72............................................ 1984 5. Mary Frances Dolan......... 71............................................ 2000 Diep Pham....................... 71............................................ 1998 7. Rachel Porter................... 68............................................ 2011 8. Lauren Goane.................. 66............................................ 2003 9. Julia Costello.................... 64............................................ 2013 10. Rachel Porter................... 61............................................ 2010 Tricia Lynch.................... 61............................................ 2006 Points (Career) 1. Tiffany Crowe................ 277....................................... 1991-93 2. Courtney Patton............ 253....................................... 1990-93 3. Jackie Elliott.................. 252....................................... 2007-10 4. Lauren Goane................ 248....................................... 2002-05 5. Tricia Lynch.................. 230....................................... 2003-06 6. Julia Costello.................. 200....................................... 2010-13 7. Josie Magnati................. 199....................................... 1982-85 8. Mary Frances Dolan....... 194................................... 1998-2001 9. Rachel Porter................. 189....................................... 2010-12 10. Jen Harnden.................. 168....................................... 2009-12 Saves (Game) 1. Erin Patterson.................. 33..................... vs. Roanoke, 3/7/02 2. Kristin Kelly..................... 31......... vs. Johns Hopkins, 4/22/93 Saves (Season) 1. Kristin Kelly................... 332............................................ 1993 2. Melissa Johnson............. 269............................................ 1999 3. Erin Patterson................ 248............................................ 2002 4. Erin Patterson................ 242............................................ 2001 5. Kristin Kelly................... 229............................................ 1994 6. Erin Patterson................ 216............................................ 2003 7. Brianna Tarry................ 210............................................ 2007 8. Kristin Kelly................... 206............................................ 1992 9. Melissa Johnson............. 204............................................ 1998 10. Melissa Johnson............. 200............................................ 2000 Saves (Career) 1. Kristin Kelly................... 767....................................... 1991-94 .................................................................. (does not include 1991) 2. Erin Patterson................ 706....................................... 2000-03

Team Records

2013 Commonwealth Conference Standings 1. 2. 3. 5. 8. 9.

MAC GF GA

Stevenson * 8-0 Messiah * 7-1 Elizabethtown * 6-2 Lebanon Valley * 6-2 Widener * 3-5 Albright 3-5 Alvernia 3-5 Lycoming 1-7 Hood 0-8

133 100 139 109 96 92 80 63 18

55 41 91 47 107 115 112 109 149

Ovr. GF GA 16-2 10-7 12-5 12-4 8-9 9-6 6-9 5-11 3-11

256 208 251 215 215 206 169 174 90

141 157 197 119 215 179 214 213 213

All-Commonwealth Conference Name Mackenzie Lindquist (2nd Team) Julia Costello (Honorable Mention) Meghan Garvey (Honorable Mention)

Team Widener Widener Widener

Pos. Yr. M So. M Sr. M Fr.

Date Opponent Result Score 3/2 ARCADIA W 16-10 3/9 EASTERN W 20-9 3/13 at Ursinus L 5-14 3/16 SWARTHMORE L 5-17 3/20 at Muhlenberg L 11-15 3/23 at Gwynedd-Mercy W 18-6 3/26 BRYN MAWR W 18-6 3/28 at #16 Messiah * L 6-16 4/3 at Lebanon Valley * L 7-19 4/6 ELIZABETHTOWN * L 11-18 4/13 LYCOMING * W 19-9 4/17 ALBRIGHT * L (2ot) 13-14 4/20 at Stevenson * L 7-20 4/23 CABRINI W 19-18 4/25 at Alvernia * W 16-10 4/27 HOOD * W 17-1 4/30 at Lebanon Valley % L 7-13 * Commonwealth Conf. game; % Commonwealth Conf. Tourn.

Most Goals Scored.................. 25................ vs. Cedar Crest, 4/2/91 ......................................................................... vs. Beaver, 4/24/00 Largest Margin of Victory....... 25................ vs. Cedar Crest, 4/2/91 Wins, season........................... 11.................................. 2003, 2010 Best Winning Pct...... (10-4) .714............................................ 1984 Consecutive Wins..................... 8............................................ 2003 Most goals, season................. 235............................................ 2010

Team Most Valuable Players

Kristopher Heard.................................................................... 1997 Judy Kennedy......................................................................... 1998 Kate Cooper............................................................................ 1999 Jen Moffitt.............................................................................. 2000 Heather Moffitt....................................................................... 2001 Nicole Jiulianti........................................................................ 2002 Erin Patterson......................................................................... 2003 Nicole Jiulianti, Tricia Lynch.................................................. 2004 Tricia Lynch.................................................................. 2005, 2006 Brianna Tarry.......................................................................... 2007

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Mar. 1 Mar. 6 Mar. 15 Mar. 18 Mar. 20 Mar. 22 Mar. 26 Mar. 29 Apr. 2 Apr. 5 Apr. 8 Apr. 12 Apr. 17 Apr. 23 Apr. 26 Apr. 30 May 3

at Arcadia vs. Neumann (in St. Petersburg, FL) at Cabrini Ursinus at Swarthmore Kean Alvernia * at Hood * at Albright * Susquehanna Messiah * at Lycoming * Stevenson * Lebanon Valley * at Elizabethtown Commonwealth Conference Semifinals Commonwealth Conference Final

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

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