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BIG EAST MEN’S SOCCER REPORT October 26, 2009 (Week 8) www.BIGEAST.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Rachel Margolis, 401-453-0660 rmargolis@bigeast.org

THE W EEK AHEAD...

STANDINGS THROUGH GAMES AS OF OCT. 25 BIG EAST Pts. ®

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Blue Division *Connecticut (10/5) 7-1-1 22 .833 10-2-3 .767 *Notre Dame 7-3-0 21 .700 9-6-1 .594 *Georgetown 6-4-0 18 .600 9-6-1 .594 *West Virginia 5-2-2 17 .667 6-3-6 .600 Providence 3-4-2 11 .444 6-6-3 .500 Marquette 2-4-3 9 .389 3-9-3 .300 Seton Hall 1-5-3 6 .278 4-8-3 .367 Pittsburgh 0-8-1 1 .056 1-12-2 .133 Red Division *Louisville (8/9) 6-2-1 19 .722 11-2-2 .800 *USF (13/6) 5-2-2 17 .667 11-2-2 .800 *St. John’s (NR/22) 4-1-4 16 .667 5-2-8 .600 DePaul 5-4-0 15 .556 8-7-1 .531 Villanova 4-4-1 13 .500 8-6-2 .562 Rutgers 4-5-0 12 .444 7-8-0 .467 Cincinnati 3-6-0 9 .333 8-8-0 .500 Syracuse 1-8-0 3 .111 2-14-0 .125 (Current NCSAA/Soccer America rankings); U - unbeaten streak * - Clinched BIG EAST Championship berth

Streak W4/U9 W2 W1 L1 W1 L2 L2 L1 W2 W4/U5 W1/U8 W1 L1 L1 L3 L6

BIG EAST PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Offensive Player of the Week

Colin Rolfe, So., F Rolfe led the Cardinals to a 2-0-0 record last week. He finished the week with three goals for six points. Rolfe scored two goals for his first multiple-goal game in the Cards’ 4-0 victory over No. RV/25 Indiana on Oct. 21, handing the Hoosiers their worst loss of the season. Rolfe netted scores in the 13th and 56th minutes. In a 1-0 win against Rutgers on Oct. 24, Rolfe connected on a cross from the right side of the box, tapping in the goal just past the outstretched arms of the Scarlet Knight keeper.

OCTOBER Wed. 28 MARQUETTE at 10/5 CONNECTICUT SETON HALL at PITTSBURGH NR/22 ST. JOHN’S at SYRACUSE CINCINNATI at 8/9 LOUISVILLE VILLANOVA at RUTGERS PROVIDENCE at RV/20 WEST VIRGINIA DE PAUL at 13/6 USF American at Georgetown Notre Dame at Michigan State Sat. 31 PROVIDENCE at GEORGETOWN 8/9 LOUISVILLE at VILLANOVA 10/5 CONNECTICUT at NOTRE DAME WEST VIRGINIA at SETON HALL 13/6 USF at RUTGERS CINCINNATI at SYRACUSE DE PAUL at NR/22 ST. JOHN’S PITTSBURGH at MARQUETTE

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BIG EAST games in all CAPS; All dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change

THE W EEK BEH IND... OCTOBER Tues. 20 11/9 Harvard, 2 at Providence, 1 Columbia, 0 at Villanova, 1 10/6 Connecticut, 2 at Yale, 0 Adelphi, 2 at Syracuse, 1 18/22 Brown, 1 at St. John’s, 1 (2OT) Seton Hall, 1 at 5/5 Maryland, 3 Wed. 21 NOTRE DAME, 2 at GEORGETOWN, 1 (OT) DePaul, 1 at 23/16 Butler, 3 RV/20 West Virginia, 0 at 25/23 Ohio State, 0 (2OT) NR/25 Indiana, 0 at 8/11 Louisville, 4 NJIT, 1 at Rutgers, 2 Cleveland State, 2 at Pittsburgh, 2 (2OT) 15/18 Dartmouth, 0 at 13/7 USF, 1 Marquette, 0 at Wisconsin, 2 Sat. 24 NOTRE DAME, 1 at PITTSBURGH, 0 MARQUETTE, 0 at PROVIDENCE, 1 SYRACUSE, 1 at DE PAUL, 2 RUTGERS, 0 at 8/11 LOUISVILLE, 2 ST. JOHN’S, 2 at CINCINNATI, 1 GEORGETOWN, 2 at RV/20 WEST VIRGINIA, 1

Defensive Player of the Week

Phil Edginton, Sr., D Edginton helped lead the Cardinals to a 2-0-0 week with back-to-back shutouts. Against No. RV/25 Indiana, he helped Louisville hold Indiana scoreless for just the third time this season. The Hoosiers had just two shots in the first half and finished the game with just eight shots, and three on goal. Edginton then helped the Cardinals to a school-record 12th shutout against Rutgers. The Cardinal defense held the Scarlet Knights to two shots on goal in the first half, also collecting a team save. RU was held without a shot on goal in the second half and to just one shot in that half.

Rookie of the Week

Carlos Alvarez, Fr., F Alvarez earns Rookie of the Week honors for the third straight time. Alvarez and the Huskies won at Yale 2-0 on Oct. 20 and at Seton Hall 3-1 on Oct. 25. He registered four assists in two games with one on each goal scored for the Huskies this week (excluding the own goal in the Seton Hall game). Alvarez set UConn up for its 10th win of the season, while the Huskies have out scored opponents 24-7 on the year.

VILLANOVA, 1 at 13/7 USF, 3 Sun. 31 10/6 CONNECTICUT, 3 at SETON HALL, 1

BIG EAST games in all CAPS; All dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change

Goalkeeper of the Week

Jeff Attinella, Jr., GK Attinella helped lead USF to a 2-0 week with wins over No. 15/18 Dartmouth 1-0 on Oct. 21 and a key 3-1 come-from-behind victory over Villanova on Oct. 24. His shutout against the Big Green marked his sixth of the season where he made eight saves. The junior goalie had 12 saves on the week.

BIG EAST HONOR ROLL

Tony Cascio, Connecticut, So., MF; Bilal Duckett, Notre Dame, Jr., D; Scott Larrabbe, Georgetown, Sr., MF; Alex Mangan, DePaul, Sr., F; Max Wasserman, Connecticut, Fr., D 222 Richmond Street, Suite 110 • Providence, Rhode Island 02903 • (401) 272-9108 • Fax (401) 274-5967 Communications: (401) 453-0660 • Fax (401) 751-8540 • www.bigeast.org


BIG EAST FIELD HOCKEY REPORT October 26, 2009 (Week 9) www.BIGEAST.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Pamela Flenke, 401-453-0660 pflenke@bigeast.org

STANDINGS THROUGH GAMES AS OF OCT. 25 #*Syracuse (5) *Connecticut (7) *Louisville (14) *Providence (RV) Villanova (RV) Georgetown Rutgers

BIG EAST 5-0 4-1 3-2 3-3 2-3 1-4 0-5

Pct. Overall 1.000 15-2 .800 16-2 .600 10-7 .500 8-9 .400 8-7 .200 1-17 .000 2-15

Pct. .882 .889 .588 .471 .533 .056 .118

Streak L1 W2 W2 W3 L2 L10 L2

THE W EEK AHEAD... OCTOBER Tue. 27 RV Villanova vs. Saint Joseph’s Wed. 28 No. 7 Connecticut vs. No. 18 Albany Fri. 20 RV Providence vs. RV Boston University (at Cambridge, Mass.) Sat. 31 No. 14 LOUISVILLE at GEORGETOWN RV VILLANOVA at No. 7 CONNECTICUT RUTGERS at No. 5 SYRACUSE

7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. Noon 1:00 p.m.

NOVEMBER Sun.

# - BIG EAST Regular-Season Champion * - Clinched BIG EAST Championship berth (Kookaburra/NFHCA Poll - Oct. 20)

1 Georgetown vs. Radford No. 14 Louisville vs. No. 12 Stanford (at College Park, Md.) RV Providence at Vermont

11:00 a.m. Noon 1:00 p.m.

(Kookaburra/NFHCA Poll - Oct. 20)

BIG EAST games in all CAPS All dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change * Georgetown home games will be played at the William I. Jacobs Recreational Complex on the campus of American University in Washington, D.C.

BIG EAST PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Offensive Player of the Week

Loren Sherer, Connecticut, Sr., F After tallying seven points last week, Sherer earned her sixth weekly offensive honor, setting a BIG EAST single-season record. The senior forward notched a goal and assist in a 3-1 win over Boston University on Oct. 21 and tallied two goals in a 3-0 win at Rutgers on Oct. 24. Sherer leads BIG EAST in goals (26), points (68), shots (109), shots per game (6.06), points per game (3.78), goals per game (1.44) and game-winning goals (7). In the most recently released NCAA statistics (Oct. 18) she was ranked No. 1 in goals and points per game. With two regular season games remaining Sherer is three points shy and five goals short of UConn’s single season records in both categories.

Defensive Player of the Week

Rachel Chamberlain, Providence, Sr., GK Chamberlain earns her first defensive honor of the season after allowing only two goals in a 3-0 week for the Friars. The senior made one stop in a 3-2 win against Brown on Oct. 20, six saves in the 8-0 win against Georgetown on Oct. 24, and five stops in the 4-0 win against Maine on Oct. 25. The Black Bears entered the game averaging 4.25 goals per game. The shutout marked Chamberlain’s second of 2009. She played 185:51 minutes in the cage and boasted a 0.75 goals against average and an .857 save percentage.

BIG EAST HONOR ROLL Allison Angulo, Connecticut, So., M/F; Heather Bustanoby, Louisville, Sr., GK; Nicole Youman, Louisville, Jr., M; Ashlyn Hudson, Providence, Jr., F; Amy Kee, Syracuse, Fr, B

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RV Providence, 3 vs. Brown, 2 Georgetown, 0 at RV American, 4 No. 7 Connecticut, 3 vs. RV Boston University, 1 No. 14 Louisville, 6 vs. Pacific, 0 No. 5 SYRACUSE, 5 at RV VILLANOVA, 3 GEORGETOWN, 0 at RV PROVIDENCE, 8 No. 7 CONNECTICUT, 3 at RUTGERS, 0 No. 5 Syracuse, 0 at No. 10 Boston College, 1 No. 14 Louisville, 2 at RV Iowa, 0 RV Providence, 4 vs. RV Maine, 0 (at Durham, N.H.)

(Kookaburra/NFHCA Poll - Oct. 20)

BIG EAST games in all CAPS * Georgetown home games will be played at the William I. Jacobs Recreational Complex on the campus of American University in Washington, D.C.

THE BIG EAST CORNER With one week remaining in the regular season the BIG EAST Championship field has been solidified. Syracuse earned its second straight and sixth overall BIG EAST regular-season title and is the No. 1 seed. Semifinal games are Nov. 7 and start with the Orange facing No. 4 Providence at 11:00 a.m., ET. Connecticut earned the No. 2 seed and will face No. 3 Louisville at 1:30 p.m., ET. The winner of each game will square off in the championship game on Nov. 8 at 1:00 p.m., ET. All games will be played at the Friar Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex in Providence, R.I.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Michael Coyne, 401-453-0660 mcoyne@bigeast.org

BIG EAST WOMEN’S SOCCER REPORT October 26, 2009 (Week 10) www.BIGEAST.org

S tandings T h r u G ames of O ct. 2 5 BIG EAST American Division *^Marquette (RV/12) 7-2-2 *^St. John’s 6-4-1 *^West Virginia 5-3-3 *USF 5-4-2 *Connecticut 5-5-1 Pittsburgh 3-3-5 Providence 3-6-2 Syracuse 2-8-1 National Division *^Notre Dame (6/7) 10-0-1 *^Rutgers (9/11) 7-1-3 *^Georgetown 6-4-1 *Villanova 4-4-3 *DePaul 5-6-0 Cincinnati 3-7-1 Louisville 2-8-1 Seton Hall 1-9-1

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.727 .591 .591 .545 .500 .500 .364 .227

13-4-2 12-5-1 8-5-6 8-7-3 10-7-1 8-5-5 8-8-3 5-11-3

.737 W4/U7 .694 L1 .579 W1/U2 .528 L2 .583 L1 .583 W1 .500 L1 .342 W1

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.955 .773 .591 .500 .455 .318 .227 .136

14-3-1 13-2-4 12-5-2 11-4-4 10-8-2 8-10-1 5-11-1 5-12-1

.806 W6/U12 .789 T1/U5 .684 L2 .684 W1 .550 L1 .447 W1 .324 T1/U2 .306 L2

(NCSAA/Soccer America rankings) U – unbeaten; RV – receiving votes; NR – not ranked *–clinched a spot in the BIG EAST Championship; ^–clinched a bye to the Quarterfinals

UPCOMING SCHEDULE…

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BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP First Round – Thursday, October 29 (campus sites) No. 5 American Connecticut at No. 4 National Villanova No. 5 National DePaul at No. 4 American USF Quarterfinals – Sunday, November 1 (campus sites) No. 5 N/No. 4A at No. 1 National Notre Dame (Q1) No. 3 National Georgetown at No. 2 American St. John’s (Q2) No. 3 American West Virginia at No. 2 National Rutgers (Q4) No. 5 A/No. 4N at No. 1 American Marquette (Q3) Semifinals - Morrone Stadium – Friday, November 6 University of Connecticut, Storrs, Conn. Q1 winner vs. Q2 winner Q3 winner vs. Q4 winner Broadcast live on CBS College Sports Network

2:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

(Note Conference staff has the discretion to the order of the semifinal games)

Final - Morrone Stadium – Sunday, November 8 University of Connecticut, Storrs, Conn. Semifinal winners – Title Game

Noon

Broadcast live on CBS College Sports Network as well as numerous regional sports networks, including SportsNet New York (SNY) via BIG EAST TV All Times (EST) are Subject to Change BETV - BIG EAST TV; CBS C – CBS College Sports Network

A LOOK BACK...

OCTOBER 23 PITTSBURGH, 0 at PROVIDENCE, 1 USF, 0 at ST. JOHN’S, 1 (2ot) GEORGETOWN, 1 at DEPAUL, 2 (2ot) MARQUETTE, 1 at SYRACUSE, 0 (2ot) SETON HALL, 2 at LOUISVILLE, 3 (ot) RUTGERS, 1 at CINCINNATI, 0 (ot) WEST VIRGINIA, 0 at CONNECTICUT, 0 (2ot) (Cox) VILLANOVA, 0 at NOTRE DAME, 2 25 USF, 2 at SYRACUSE, 3 MARQUETTE, 1 at ST. JOHN’S, 0 SETON HALL, 0 at CINCINNATI, 4 PITTSBURGH, 1 at CONNECTICUT, 0 (ot) RUTGERS, 1 at LOUISVILLE, 1 (2ot) WEST VIRGINIA, 1 at PROVIDENCE, 0 (Cox) VILLANOVA, 1 at DE PAUL, 0 GEORGETOWN, 0 at NOTRE DAME, 2 (FSC) FSC – Fox Soccer Channel; Cox – Cox Sports local cable in Conn. and R.I.

B I G E A S T W E E K LY A W A R D S

Pts. Pct. Overall Pct. Strk

Offensive Player of the Week Rachel Sloan, Marquette, So., F

Sloan earns BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week honors after helping the Golden Eagles to a 2-0-0 record last week and their first BIG EAST regularseason title. The sophomore totaled three points and factored in both game-winning goals for Marquette. In a 1-0 overtime win at Syracuse on Oct. 23, she scored the gamewinner in the 101st minute. In a 1-0 win at St. John’s on Oct. 25, she assisted on the game-winning goal in the 87th minute. This is her first BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week award.

Defensive Player of the Week Julie Scheidler, Notre Dame, Jr., D

Scheidler earns BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week honors following a 2-0-0 week for the Irish where she helped anchor the defense in a pair of shutouts. Scheidler also helped Notre Dame wrap up its 12th BIG EAST regular-season title. In a 2-0 win over Villanova on Oct. 23, she had an assist. In a 2-0 win over Georgetown on Oct. 25, Scheidler also had an assist. The Hoyas entered the game as the league’s top scoring team (2.50 goals per outing) and were shut out for just the second time this year. This is her first BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week award.

Goalkeeper of the Week

Natalie Kulla, Marquette, So., GK Kulla earns BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week honors after helping the Golden Eagles to a 2-0-0 record last week and their first BIG EAST regular-season title. The sophomore totaled eight saves and a pair of shutouts playing all 190 minutes last week. In a 1-0 overtime victory at Syracuse on Oct. 23, Kulla made one save. In a 1-0 victory at St. John’s on Oct. 25, she made a season-high seven saves. This is her second career BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week honor as she also earned the award on Sept. 22, 2008.

Rookie of the Week

Tina Romagnuolo, Syracuse, Fr., M Romagnuolo earns BIG EAST Rookie of the Week honors for her efforts in a 3-2 win over USF on Oct. 25. The freshman totaled two goals for four points in the win. This is her first BIG EAST Rookie of the Week award.

B I G E A S T Honor roll Rose Augustin, Notre Dame, Jr., M Kerri Butler, West Virginia, Jr., GK Katie Miller, Marquette, Sr., D Stefanee Pace, Rutgers, R-Fr., M Kristin Russell, St. John’s, So., GK

BIG EAST Games in CAPS

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BIG EAST Volleyball October 26, 2009 (Week 9) www.BIGEAST.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Mike Gambardella, 401-453-0660 mgambardella@bigeast.org

THE W EEK AHEAD...

STANDINGS THROUGH GAMES AS OF OCT. 26 School

BIG EAST Pct. Record

Notre Dame (RV) Cincinnati Syracuse Pittsburgh USF Villanova Louisville ut Connecticut Marquette Seton Hall niia West Virginia Rutgers St. John’s Georgetown DePaul

8-0 7 1 7-1 7-2 7-2 6-3 6-3 5 -3 3 5-3 5 -3 3 5-3 5 53 5-3 4-5 4-5 43-5 5 3-5 3 -6 3-6 1 7 1-7 1-7 1-8 0-8

1.000 .875 .778 .778 .6 667 67 .667 .6 .625 625 5 .62 625 62 5 .625 .62 25 .625 .4 444 44 .444 ..37 37 3 375 75 .375 .3 333 33 .333 125 25 .125 .125 .111 .000

Overall Record

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14-4 16 68 16-8 18-7 18 8-7 15-8 15 -8 8 1 13 3-6 6 13-6 1 6-7 16-7 12 2-9 12-9 1 2 12 22 12-12 1 1559 15-9 9 -1 15 15 9-15 1 13 3-1 11 1 13-11 8 15 8-15 8-16 11-14 6-16

.778 .667 ..720 7 0 72 .65 652 65 2 .652 .684 .6 684 .6 696 9 .696 ..571 57 71 ..500 500 50 0 .625 .375 .54 5 2 .542 348 .348 .333 .440 .273

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BIG EAST PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Player of the Week

Marcela Gurgel, USF, Sr., OH USF seniorr Marcela G Gurgel urgel put together arg arguably rgua rg u bl her best week of the e season n tto o help the Bulls to two tw wo BIG BIG EAST wins and earn the outside hitter of the he o utsi ut sid si ide de h itter her first volleyball volley eyyba all Player Pla Week award season. 2009 BIG rd d tthis hiis se h eas ason. Gurgel, the 20 009 09 B IG EAST PreIG season Player Year, USF offense ye er of tthe he eY ear,, lled ear, ea ed the he U SF o f ense ff e iin straightsets victories Against the ess over over Georgetown George eto town n and and St. John’s. John’ n ss.. A Hoyas, the 14 eight digs e senior sen nior io or recorded record rde rd ed 1 4 kills, s,, e eig ight ig ght ht d igs and three ig blocks to go alo along with .448 hitting percentage. Gurong w i h a .4 it 448 h itti it itti ting percent gel set a season-high eason n-h -high h in tthree hree ssets hr etts with 16 kills versus St. e John’s and added an assist, d add dd ded a n as ass ssiist, tw two wo service aces, eight digs and four block blocks. Fortaleza, ckks. The Fortale eza za, Brazil, native paced the conference kills per and e in ki illlls pe p er set se et (5 ((5.33) 5.3 .3 33)) a nd points per set (6.83) this week.

OCTOBER 27 Cincinnati at Wright State Florida A&M at USF Illinois-Chicago at DePaul 30 SYRACUSE AT LOUISVILLE PITTSBURGH AT ST. JOHN’S USF AT VILLANOVA WEST VIRGINIA AT CONNECTICUT MARQUETTE AT CINCINNATI 31 RUTGERS AT DE PAUL SETON HALL AT NOTRE DAME NOVEMBER 1 SYRACUSE AT CINCINNATI RUTGERS AT NOTRE DAME WEST VIRGINIA AT ST. JOHN’S MARQUETTE AT LOUISVILLE GEORGETOWN AT VILLANOVA PITTSBURGH AT CONNECTICUT SETON HALL AT DE PAUL

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BIG EAST games in all CAPS; All dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change

BIG EAST HONOR ROLL

Ashley Beyer, MU, So., OH Missy Harpenau, UC, So., OH Meghan Matusiak, SHU, So., OPP Maggie Mergen, VU, So., MB Rebecca Murray, UConn, Jr., MH THE W EEK PAST... OCTOBER Att.

Freshman of the Week

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Connecticut, 2 at Fairfield, 3 Wisconsin-Green Bay, 1 at Marquette, 3 Rutgers, 1 at Fordham, 3 WEST VIRGINIA, 0 AT PITTSBURGH, 3 LOUISVILLE, 0 AT CINCINNATI, 3 NOTRE DAME, 3 AT DE PAUL, 0 CONNECTICUT, 3 AT ST. JOHN’S, 2 GEORGETOWN, 0 AT USF, 3 RUTGERS, 0 AT SETON HALL, 3 SYRACUSE, 1 AT MARQUETTE, 3 ST. JOHN’S, 0 AT USF, 3 Syracuse, 1 at Wisconsin-Green Bay, 3 Villanova, 2 at Fordham, 3

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