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NCAA Tournament Appearances

all-americans

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national players of the year

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NCAA quarterfinal appearances

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tewaaraton finalists

ALL-AMERICANS

BIG EAST Major Award Winners

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all-big east honorees Chloe Asselin ’07

Susanne Atkins ’99

Melissa Biles ’03

Allison Chambers ’05

Stacy Duca ’97

Third Team – 2005

Second Team – 1999

First Team – 2002 Third Team – 2003

Second Team – 2005

Second Team – 1996, 1997 Third Team – 1995

big east championships

Erin Elbe ’02

Tewaaraton Award – 2002 National Attacker of the Year – 2002 First Team – 2001, 02 Second Team – 2000 Third Team – 1999

ncaa finals appearances

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BIG EAST Tournament Championship

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tewaaraton winner Michi Ellers ’04

Molly Ford ‘10

Lauren Hilsky ’98

Bowen Holden ’01

Ashby Kaestner ‘10

Maggie Koch ’07

National Defender of the Year – 2004 First Team – 2003, 2004

Second Team - 2010 Second Team - 2009 Third Team - 2008

Second Team – 1998 Third Team – 1997

National Goalkeeper of the Year – 2001 First Team – 2001 Second Team – 2000

Third Team - 2010 Second Team - 2009 First Team - 2008

National Goalkeeper of the Year – 2006 First Team – 2006

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Chris Lindsey ’98

Gloria Lozano ’04

Logan McCraw ‘11

Caitlin McLean ’01

Bridget noon ’09

Sarah Oliphant ’05

National Goalkeeper of the Year – 1998 First Team – 1998 Second Team – 1996 Third Team – 1997

Second Team – 2003, 2004 Third Team – 2002

First Team - 2011 Second Team - 2010

National Defender of the Year – 2001 First Team – 2000, 2001

First Team - 2009

Third Team – 2004

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Sheehan Stanwick ’01

Wick Stanwick ’03

Sophia Thomas ’13

First Team – 2005, 2006, 2007

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Third Team – 2011

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Chris Lindsey ’98

National Goalkeeper of the Year – 1998

Michi Ellers ‘04

National Defender of the Year – 2004

Caitlin McLean ’01

National Defender of the Year – 2001

PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Bowen Holden ’01

Maggie Koch ’07

National Goalkeeper of the Year – 2006

National Goalkeeper of the Year – 2001

Sheehan Stanwick ’01

National Attacker of the Year - 2001

Erin Elbe ‘02

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Table of Contents Georgetown University............................................................... 4-5 Washington, D.C.............................................................................. 6 Sports in D.C.................................................................................... 7 University President John J. DeGioia........................................... 8 Director of Athletics Lee Reed..................................................... 9 Multi-Sport Field.............................................................................10 GUHOYAS.COM...........................................................................10 Head Coach Ricky Fried....................................................... 12-13 Associate Head Coach Erin Hellmold.......................................14 Assistant Coach Michi Ellers.......................................................15 Volunteer Assistant Coach Stefanie Smith..............................16 Support Staff..................................................................................16 2012 Preseason Rankings..........................................................18 2012 TEAM.......................................................................19-42 2012 Roster....................................................................................20 Kelly Barnes....................................................................................22 Erin Lovett........................................................................................23 Carly Napora...................................................................................24 Kristen Coleman / Molly Early.....................................................25 Abby Bisbee / Kelsi Bozel...........................................................26 Rosie Corcoran / Lauren Gray....................................................27 Ashley Hunter / Dina Jackson.....................................................28 Evan O’Neill / Sophia Thomas....................................................29 Barb Black / Maggie Brown....................................................... 30 Courtney Caputo / MJ Coyle.......................................................31 Jody Cumberpatch / Meghan Farrell.........................................32 Hannah Franklin / Kelyn Freedman............................................33 Reilly Woodman / Mollie Caputo............................................... 34 Adrianne Devine / Sammy Giordano / Betsy Holland / Megan Marinelli................................................35 Casey McGowan / Lauren Schwalje / Caroline Seats / Caroline Tarzian.............................................. 36 Georgetown Experience....................................................... 38-41 2011 Statistics...............................................................................42

2012 GEORGETOWN WOMEN’S LACROSSE Schedule Feb. 29 Delaware

4 p.m.

March 3

at Villanova *

March 7

Florida (FiOS)

2 p.m.

March 10

at Duke

1 p.m.

March 14

Johns Hopkins

7 p.m.

March 17

North Carolina (FiOS)

1 p.m.

March 21

at Penn

7 p.m.

March 24

Loyola (Md.) * (FiOS)

4 p.m.

March 27

American

7 p.m.

March 30

Connecticut * (FiOS)

April 5

at Cincinnati *

April 7

at Louisville *

April 14

at Syracuse * (CBS SN)

2:30 p.m.

April 21

Notre Dame * (CBS SN)

2:30 p.m.

April 25

at Maryland

April 28 Rutgers * (CBS SN)

noon

4 p.m. 3:30 p.m. noon

7 p.m. 1 p.m.

May 3

BIG EAST Semifinals

TBA

May 5

BIG EAST Finals

TBA

TRADITION.......................................................................43-68 Awards & Honors.................................................................... 44-45 Career Records....................................................................... 46-47 Single-Season Records........................................................ 48-49 All-Time Roster......................................................................... 50-53 Year-by-Year Results............................................................... 54-57 All-Time Results by Opponent............................................. 58-60 Series Record vs. All Opponents...............................................61 Alumnae Experience......................................................................62 Where Are They Now?.................................................................63 2012 Opponents.......................................................................... 64 BIG EAST Conference.................................................................65 THIS IS GEORGETOWN LACROSSE........................... 66-67 Compliance.................................................................................... 68 Hoya Crosse Club........................................................................ 68

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The 2012 Georgetown University women’s lacrosse gameday program is published by the Sports Information Office. It was written and compiled by Associate Sports Information Director Barbara Barnes. Editing, coordination and assistance on the guide provided by Brand Manager Diana T. Pulupa. Thanks to Bill Shapland, Mike “Mex” Carey, Ryan Sakamoto, John Cantalupi, Brooke Rayder and John Lim as well as the Georgetown women’s lacrosse coaching staff and team. Photography by Rafael Suanes, Georgetown University photographer Phil Humnicky, Mitchell Layton, US Lacrosse and the university archives. Design by Old Hat Creative, Norman, Okla. Printing by CPS | Gumpert, Annapolis, Md. Special thanks to Robert Smith and the Old Hat Creative staff as well as Matt Marzullo, Tina Friia and the CPS | Gumpert staff.


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UNIVERSITY MISSION STATEMENT Georgetown is a Catholic and Jesuit, student-centered research university. Established in 1789 in the spirit of the new republic, the University was founded on the principle that serious and sustained discourse among people of different faiths, cultures, and beliefs promotes intellectual, ethical and spiritual understanding. We embody this principle in the diversity of our students, faculty and staff, our commitment to justice and the common good, our intellectual openness and our international character. An academic community dedicated to creating and communicating knowledge, Georgetown provides excellent undergraduate, graduate and professional education in the Jesuit tradition for the glory of God and the well-being of humankind. Georgetown educates women and men to be reflective lifelong learners, to be responsible and active participants in civic life, and to live generously in service to others.

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GEORGETOWN STUDENT HONORS In its history, Georgetown has attracted some of the nation’s top students, whose achievements include some of the most prestigious awards in higher education:

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Rhodes Scholarships for study at Oxford University since 1984 Marshall Scholarships for study in England Mellon Fellowships for graduate study in the United States Luce Foundation Scholarships for study in the Far East Truman Scholarships for study leading to public service since 1977 Clare Boothe Luce Scholarships for women in the study of science and engineering Mitchell Scholarships for study in Ireland Jack Kent Cooke Scholarships for undergraduate and graduate study Goldwater Scholarships for study in math, science and engineering

MAJORS AT GEORGETOWN Georgetown College American Musical Culture American Studies Anthropology Arabic Art History Biochemistry Biology Biology of Global Health Chemistry Chinese Classics Comparative Literature Computer Science Economics English Environmental Biology French German Government History Interdisciplinary Studies Italian

Japanese Linguistics Mathematics Medieval Studies Neurobiology Philosophy Physics Political Economy Portuguese Psychology Russian Science and Engineering Sociology Spanish Studio Art Theater and Performance Studies Theology Women’s and Gender Studies

The Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service Culture & Politics International Economics

International History International Politics International Political Economy Regional & Comparative Studies Science, Technology, & International Affairs

The Robert Emmett McDonough School of Business

Accounting Finance International Business Management Marketing Operations & Information Management

School of Nursing and Health Studies

Health Care Management & Policy Human Science International Health Nursing

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WASHINGTON, D.C. ... A CITY LIKE NO OTHER Located less than five miles from the U.S. Capitol and the National Mall, Georgetown University and its community witnessed history in the making as President Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States of America on Tuesday, January 20, 2009. History then made its way to the Hilltop as President Obama delivered a speech in Gaston Hall on Georgetown’s campus on April 14, 2009.

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ALEXANDER OVECHKIN

CHRIS COOLEY

SERENA WILLIAMS

RYAN ZIMMERMAN

Washington, D.C., a true sports town, has a team in every major league.

JOHN WALL

MONIQUE CURRIE

ANDY NAJAR

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ADMINISTRATION john j.

DeGIOIA PRESIDENT

For over three decades, John J. DeGioia has helped to define and strengthen Georgetown University as a premier institution for education and research. Since graduating from the University in 1979, he has served both as a senior administrator and as a faculty member. On July 1, 2001, he became Georgetown’s 48th president. As president, Dr. DeGioia is deeply committed to sustaining academic excellence at Georgetown. He has helped to recruit intellectual leaders to the faculty and secured substantial funding for scholarly research and academic programs. Under Dr. DeGioia’s leadership, the University completed in December 2003 the largest fund-raising effort in University history, the Third Century Campaign. The $1 billion capital campaign benefited Georgetown’s Main, Medical, and Law Center campuses to secure endowment funds for curriculum and faculty support, increase student financial aid, and build and renovate facilities. In 2002-2003, Dr. DeGioia oversaw the largest expansion of campus facilities, with the Southwest Quadrangle - a one million square-foot complex of student housing; study, seminar and music rooms; and a new Jesuit Community Residence - at the forefront. Dr. DeGioia addresses broader issues in higher education as a Chair of the Board of Directors of Campus Compact and of the Forum for the Future of Higher Education. He also serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities; the Board of Directors for the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities; the Executive Committee of the Council on Competitiveness; the Business-Higher Education Forum; the Steering Committee of the Talloires Network; the Big East Conference Executive Committee; and is a Commissioner on the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics. To prepare young people for leadership roles in the global community, Dr. DeGioia has expanded opportunities for intercultural and interreligious dialogue, welcomed world leaders to campus, and convened international conferences to address challenging issues.

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He represents Georgetown at the World Economic Forum and the Council on Foreign Relations. Dr. DeGioia has enhanced Georgetown’s relationship with the many political, cultural, corporate, and economic resources of Washington, D.C. He serves on the Greater Washington Board of Trade and the Federal City Council. Dr. DeGioia is also a strong supporter of Georgetown’s social justice initiatives that seek to improve opportunities for Washington’s underserved neighborhoods. Dr. DeGioia places special emphasis on sustaining and strengthening Georgetown’s Catholic and Jesuit identity and its responsibility to serve as a voice and an instrument for justice. He has also been a strong advocate for inter-religious dialogue. He is a member of the Order of Malta, a lay religious order of the Roman Catholic Church dedicated to serving the sick and the poor. Dr. DeGioia is a Professorial Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy. He earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Georgetown University in 1979 and his PhD in Philosophy from the University in 1995. He has most recently taught “Interior Freedom and the Academy,” “Ethics and Global Development,” “Human Rights: A Culture in Crisis,” and a seminar on “Ways of Knowing.” Prior to his appointment as president, Dr. DeGioia held a variety of senior administrative positions at Georgetown, including senior vice president, responsible for university-wide operations, and dean of student affairs. In 2004, he was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Academia from the Sons of Italy. And he was named a Washingtonian of the Year by The Washingtonian magazine in 2008. Dr. DeGioia was raised in Orange, Connecticut, and Hanford, California. He and his wife, Theresa Miller DeGioia, a Georgetown alumna, and their son, John Thomas, live in Washington, D.C.


ADMINISTRATION lee

REED

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Lee Reed was named the 17th director of athletics (Francis X. Rienzo chair) at Georgetown University in April 2010. As director of athletics, Reed oversees the operations of all Georgetown University intercollegiate athletics programs, which includes 29 sports and more than 750 student-athletes Reed came to Georgetown after serving as the director of athletics at Cleveland State University in Ohio for eight years. A former basketball standout at Cleveland State, he joined the Vikings Athletics Department in the summer of 2002. “Lee is committed to educational excellence and competitive success and I am confident that with his leadership we will continue to recruit and support first-rate coaches and student-athletes who maintain the University’s tradition of academic and athletic success,’ Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia said. Under Reed’s leadership the Cleveland State athletics program moved into the upper ranks of the Horizon League and was recognized as one of the top programs in the state of Ohio. Reed oversaw a department that captured 11 Horizon League Championships, as well as six runner-up finishes in the last three years. In addition, the Vikings were represented at the NCAA Championship 15 times during that span. Reed’s plan and vision led CSU to claim the James J. McCafferty Trophy during the 200708 season, an honor recognizing the Horizon League’s all-sport champion. It was the first time that CSU captured the award. CSU won the league’s Men’s All-Sports Award, while the Vikings finished third in the Women’s All-Sports Award. The Vikings, who had never finished higher than fifth place in the McCafferty standings, became just the fourth current Horizon League school to win the award. Reed is well-respected nationally, having represented the Horizon League on the NCAA Management Council and as the president of the NCAA I-AAA Athletic Director’s Association in 2007-08. He is also a member of the NCAA Basketball Academic Enhancement Group, a working group composed of presidents, chancellors, head coaches, commissioners, athletic directors and faculty athletic

representatives, which was established to develop strategies to enhance the academic performance and graduation rates of NCAA Division I men’s basketball. Reed has served as chairman of the John McLendon Memorial Minority Postgraduate Scholarship Awards committee, which is operated through NACDA. Reed also served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission. In March of 2005, he was named one of the 50 Most Powerful AfricanAmericans in Sports by Black Enterprise magazine. Reed rejoined the Vikings after spending the previous seven years (1995-02) at Eastern Michigan University, the last four as associate athletic director for internal affairs. As associate athletic director, Reed oversaw all internal affairs of the department, including compliance, operations and facilities. He had administrative oversight for seven Olympic sports, coordinating fund raising, budget development and the hiring and evaluation of coaches. He administered the athletic department’s $3.5 million grant-in-aid budget that covered 21 sports. A four-year letterman in men’s basketball at Cleveland State, Reed played on teams that compiled a 61-47 mark, serving as team captain for the 1982-83 season. Reed then served as an assistant men’s basketball coach at the University of New Mexico from 198486. He later received a master’s degree in sports administration from UNM in 1994.

SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

Sharon Brummell Associate AD Business & Finance / SWA

Blanton Jones Associate AD / Senior Director for Development

Brian McGuire Associate AD Facilities & Operations

Dan O’Neil Associate AD External Affairs

Mark Rountree Associate AD Compliance

Jamie Breslin Assistant AD Events & Operations

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GUHOYAS.COM GUHoyas.com, the official website for Georgetown Athletics including the Georgetown women’s lacrosse program, has been powered since Fall 2005 by CBSSports.com College Network, the leader in the production, management and hosting of official athletic websites for colleges and universities across the United States. CBSSports. com College Network currently produces a network of approximately 175 official athletic sites for schools including Georgetown University. Visitors can watch the latest videos on Georgetown’s 29 teams, learn about their favorite Hoyas, read the latest news on the Hilltop and check the upcoming schedule. After each contest, check back with GUHoyas. com for postgame releases, statistics, photo galleries, and other features. All your favorite Hoya gear can also be purchased through GUHoyas.com by visiting the online store. CBSSports.com College Network is a unit of CBS Interactive, a leading online content network for information and entertainment. With more than 200 million people visiting its properties each month, CBS Interactive is the eighth-largest Web property globally. Its portfolio of leading brands, which include CNET, CBS.com, CBSSports. com, GameSpot, TV.com, BNET, CBS RADIO and Last.fm, span popular categories like technology, entertainment, sports, news and business.

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Multi-Sport Field Multi-Sport Field has been the home of the Georgetown University women’s lacrosse team since the 2006 season. Multi-Sport Field, a FieldTurf surface, is home to football and the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams. Located at the center of campus, the facility currently has a seating capacity of 2,500, but upon completion will accommodate a seating capacity of 4,500 (2,000 in the East stands and 2,500 in the West stands). A new multi-purpose field of FieldTurf will allow year-round practices and games for football and men’s and women’s lacrosse. Multi-Sport Field, the most significant undertaking in the history of Georgetown athletics, will provide a new and adequately sized gathering place for the Georgetown community, including hundreds of athletic, academic, educational and recreational opportunities throughout the years to engage students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, neighbors and friends. Situated at the heart of campus and adjacent to the Southwest Quad, Village C and Harbin Dorms, Multi-Sport Field will serve as a natural hub for walkway “spokes,” enabling all the amenities and spaces of the campus to be interconnected for use and enjoyment on a 24/7 basis. The central location guarantees audiences for future events on the Hilltop, while providing a pastoral focal point for all who look down from the dorms. The facility will be built in a phased sequence to minimize the effect on game schedules and to allow for greater integration among facility projects. The first phase, unveiled on September 17, 2005 for the Hoyas football home opener against Brown, included the construction of the artificial turf field and the implementation of temporary stands and press box. The next phases will include the completion of the stands, permanent fencing, a two-level press box, support spaces, locker rooms, video and conference rooms and training room, as well as a new video scoreboard.


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HEAD COACH RICKY FRIED

RICKY

FRIED

HEAD Coach | eighth Season Record at Georgetown: 84-44 Overall; 38-5 BIG EAST Career Record: same

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icky Fried is now in his eighth season at the helm of the Hoya program after serving as a Georgetown assistant coach in 2003 and 2004. In his first seven seasons, Fried has led the Hoyas to a 84-44 overall record and a 38-5 record in BIG EAST regular season games for a winning percentage of .884. Under Fried, Georgetown has earned six BIG EAST regular season titles, made four trips to the BIG EAST Tournament Championship Game winning in 2010 and has advanced to the NCAA Tournament five times, reaching the quarterfinals twice. Fried has coached 18 national All-Americans as well as the National Goalie of the Year, two BIG EAST Attackers of the Year, two Midfielders of the Year and five Defensive Players of the Year to go along with 40 BIG EAST first or second team selections. Last season, the Hoyas won the BIG EAST Regular Season Championship with a conference record of 7-1 and Logan McCraw and Sophia Thomas were both All-Americans as well as conference players of the year at their respective positions. In 2010, Fried led the Hoyas to the BIG EAST Regular Season Championship as Georgetown went undefeated in league play. The top-seeded Hoyas then won the BIG EAST Tournament Championship for the first time in program history. The Blue & Gray earned an

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automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament and had three All-America honorees including Ashby Kaestner, Molly Ford and McCraw. The Georgetown coaching staff also won its second-straight BIG EAST Staff of the Year award. Fried was named associate head coach for the Hoyas in November 2003 and was involved in all aspects of the Hoya program but focused on an offensive unit that became one of the most potent in the nation. On the other side of the field, in 2003, Georgetown led the nation in caused turnovers. Prior to Georgetown, Fried was an assistant coach at Johns Hopkins University for nine seasons. While at the school, Fried served as the recruiting coordinator and helped build Hopkins into a Division I Top 20 program after aiding in the transition from a strong D-III program. A 1988 graduate of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County (UMBC), Fried was an All-American where he was a midfielder for the Retrievers lacrosse team. As a senior, he served as team captain, was named the team’s Most Valuable Player and earned the team’s Leadership Award. He was named to UMBC’s All-Time Team in 1990. Fried arrived at Hopkins following a two-year stint as an assistant coach at the Gilman School and serving a season as an assistant at his alma mater. He also played professionally with the Philadelphia Wings from 1989-92 and 1997 and the Baltimore Thunder from 1993-94.

Fried is also active in the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) and has served as the organization’s vice president, on the board of directors, on its ethics and recruiting tournaments committees. Currently, he is on the NCAA Regional and Regional AllAmerican Committee and is a member of the Tewaaraton Trophy Committee. After serving as an assistant coach for the U.S. Women’s Lacrosse Elite Team for three years, Fried was named the head coach of the national team in August of 2009. He will hold the post through the 2013 Federation of International Lacrosse World Cup to be held in Ottowa, Canada. During the summer of 2009, Fried traveled with the US World Cup Team to Prague, Czech Republic to compete in the FIL World Cup. The U.S. squad went undefeated and brought home the gold medal. As the head coach of the national team, Fried appointed assistant coaches, identifies talented players for the squad and advises on the direction women’s lacrosse takes in the United States. He, his wife, Halyna, and their children, Jack (8) and Paige (6), reside in Columbia, Md.


HEAD COACH RICKY FRIED All-Time GEORGETOWN COACHING RECORDS COACH

YEARS RECORD PCT.

Pat Becker

1977-78

4-11

.267

1979

1-7

.125

Cindy Wilhelmy

1980-81

4-9-2

.333

Meg Galligan

1982-83

4-12

.250

Sandie Inglis

1984-88

29-20-1

.590

Yvonne Landis

1989-92

17-39

.304

Alison Williams

1993-95

27-17

.614

Kim Simons

1996-2004

113-43

.724

Ricky Fried

2005-Pres.

84-44

.656

Jill Roody

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ASSISTANT COACHES ERIN

HELLMOLD

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH | EIGHTH SEASON Erin Hellmold is in her eighth season as an assistant coach with the Hoyas. She was named the associate head coach during the summer of 2011. Hellmold has been with the Hoyas staff after serving two seasons as an assistant coach at the Stevens Institute of Technology. During her seven seasons with the GU program, Hellmold has coached five offensive All-Americans in Alison Chambers and Coco Stanwick and most recently Ashby Kaestner, Molly Ford and Sophia Thomas. Hellmold and the Georgetown staff have been named the BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year for two-consecutive years. In her two seasons at Stevens, the team placed in the ECAC tournament both years after winning both the 2003 and 2004 Knickerbocker Conference Championship. The 2004 season record was the best in Stevens’ history.

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Aside from coaching, Hellmold is the owner of the New York Lacrosse Academy, located on Long Island. Hellmold graduated in 2002 from Johns Hopkins University with a degree in political science, and played four seasons (19982002) of varsity lacrosse for the Blue Jays. She was a two-time captain, voted the best offensive player in 2001 and selected for the 2002 North/South Senior All-Star game. Additionally, Hellmold is among the Blue Jay leaders in career assists, goals and points. Hellmold currently resides in Alexandria, Va., with her husband Erich, a D.C. attorney and a 2002 graduate of Johns Hopkins where he played football for the Blue Jays. The couple has a son, Grant Michael (2).


ASSISTANT COACHES MICHI

ELLERS

ASSISTANT COACH | Seventh Season Michi Ellers is now in her seventh season on the Georgetown coaching staff and focuses mainly on the Hoya defense. In 2006, Ellers oversaw a Georgetown defense that boasted the National Goalie of the Year in Maggie Koch while the team ranked second in the nation in scoring defense. She has coached six defensive All-Americans including Bridget Noon and Logan McCraw who were both BIG EAST Defensive Players of the Year. Ellers graduated from Georgetown in 2004 with a degree in psychology. She was a four-year starter and a key factor in the Hoyas earning four-consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament, including appearances in the 2001 and 2002 NCAA Championship game. Ellers also helped Georgetown continue its undefeated streak in BIG EAST Conference play en route to four-straight league titles. In addition, she helped make

school history when the 2002 Hoyas earned their first-ever Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) No. 1 national ranking as well as a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. A tri-captain of the 2003 & 2004 squads, Ellers is a two-time First Team All-American and BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year (2003, 2004). She earned a spot on the 24-member 2004-05 U.S. Development Team and was one of five finalists for the 2004 Tewaaraton Trophy, given annually to the top collegiate player in the nation. A 2004 All-Region First Team and NCAA AllTournament Team member, Ellers led the country in caused turnovers for the second year in a row in 2004 with a 3.66 per game average and is Georgetown’s all-time leader in the category with a total of 204. Ellers ranks fourth in career ground balls on the Hilltop with 216. The midfielder earned a record five BIG EAST Defensive

Player of the Week honors during the 2004 season and was a unanimous selection for the All-BIG EAST First Team. She holds the top three spots in the GU record books for most caused turnovers in a single season (2001, 2003 and 2004). Ellers continued her playing career on the U.S. women’s lacrosse Elite team roster where she was on the squad for four seasons. In June of 2008, she traveled with the team to the Prague Cup where the U.S. team allowed just one goal and won the final match over England, 13-1. Additionally, during the summer of 2009, she returned to Prague for the FIL World Cup where the United States went undefeated and brought home the gold medal.

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ASSISTANT COACHES & Support Staff STEFANIE

SMITH

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH | FOURTH SEASON Stefanie Smith returned to the Hoya staff in 2012 after a one-year hiatus. She initially joined the Hoyas staff in 2008 as a volunteer assistant coach after spending two years as an assistant coach at Duke University as well as a third season in 2011. Smith, formerly Stefanie Sparks, graduated from Duke in May of 2005 after playing four years on both the defense and the midfield for the Blue Devils. As a senior, Smith helped lead Duke to the Final Four for the second time in school history and the first-ever ACC Tournament Championship. In her four years in Durham, including two seasons as a cocaptain, Smith helped lead the Blue Devils to a 53-23 overall record and four-consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament while starting every game. She earned the team’s Rookie of the Year award in 2002 in addition to earning the squad’s Workhorse Award three times. Smith also garnered the Coaches Award and was a

two-time recipient of the Leadership Award which was eventually named after her for the player who “best exeplifies the qualities of a great leader.” She holds the school record for minutes played and ranks amont the top players all-time for most consecutive starts (76), games played (76) and games started (76). Smith was a member of the 2004-05 U.S. Development team. A history and political science major at Duke, Smith earned her law degree in 2010 from the Georgetown University Law Center. She currently works as an associate for Ekstrand & Ekstrand, LLP based in Durham, N.C., and is licensed to practice law in both North Carolina and New Jersey. Smith is also an alumni interviwer for the law school. Smith and her husband, Stephen, reside in Washington, D.C.

Support Staff

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Barbara Barnes

Jamie Breslin

Sharon Brummell

Associate Sports Information Director

Assistant AD - Events & Operations

Associate Athletics Director for Business and Finance / SWA

Shelly Habel

Dana Hammer

Assoc. Dir. of the Academic Resource Center for Student-Athlete Services

Ticket Coordinator

Luis Mendez

Mike Hill

Blanton Jones

Pete Kirschner

Dan Levine

Head of Sports Performance

Associate Athletics Director /Senior Director of Athletic Development

Director of Marketing

Assistant Director of Athletic Events

Field Manager

Lynn Newton

Cristina Nistler

Diana T. Pulupa

Brooke Rayder

Mark Roundtree

Director of Equipment & Transportation

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Assistant Sports Information Director / Brand Manager

Sports Information Assistant / Secondary Women’s Lacrosse Contact

Associate AD - Compliance


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2012 Preseason deBeer Women’s Media Poll Rank Team 1 Northwestern 2 Maryland 3 Florida 4 Duke 5 North Carolina 6 Princeton 7 Loyola (Md.) 7 Penn 9 Dartmouth 10 Boston College 11 Virginia 12 Syracuse 13 Georgetown 14 James Madison 15 Harvard 16 Albany 17 Stanford 18 PennState 19 UMass 20 Ohio State

2012 BIG EAST Women’s Lacrosse Preseason Coaches Poll

Points 120 (6) 118 104 102 101 77 73 73 58 57 56 45 41 37 36 35 30 24 23 22

1 Georgetown 2 Syracuse 3 Loyola (Md.) 4 Notre Dame 5 Rutgers 6 Connecticut 7 Louisville 8 Villanova 9 Cincinnati First-place votes in parentheses

2012 BIG EAST Preseason Offensive Player of the Year Michelle Tumolo, Syracuse, Junior, Attack 2012 BIG EAST Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Ana Heneberry, Loyola, Senior, Defense

First-place votes in parentheses

IWLCA Division I Poll

2011 Record

1. Northwestern 2. Maryland 3. North Carolina 4. Florida 5. Duke 6. Stanford 7. Loyola 8. Princeton 9. James Madison 10. Virginia 11. Pennsylvania 12. Syracuse 13. Boston College 14. Dartmouth 15. Georgetown 16. Albany 17. Penn State 18. Ohio State 19. Vanderbilt 20. Notre Dame

21-2 21-2 15-6 16-4 15-5 16-3 17-3 12-7 15-4 9-9 11-6 10-8 12-7 11-5 9-8 18-1 10-8 10-7 8-8 10-9

Votes (1st pl) Final 2011 397 (17) 376 (3) 355 339 331 254 239 218 201 197 191 167 163 143 119 111 91 82 69 57

1 2 3 5 4 7 6 9 11 14 10 17 13 12 18 8 15 16 RV RV

Also receiving votes: Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Boston University

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Points 60 (5) 59 (3) 51 (1) 44 34 27 26 12 11

2012 BIG EAST Preseason All-BIG EAST Team Kelly Barnes, Georgetown, Senior, Defense Becca Block, Syracuse, Junior, Defense Kaitlyn Brosco, Notre Dame, Sophomore, Midfield *Kelsi Bozel, Georgetown, Junior, Midfield Justine Donodeo, Villanova, Senior, Midfield Kellye Gallagher, Loyola, Senior, Defense *Ana Heneberry, Loyola, Senior, Defense Dina Jackson, Georgetown, Junior, Attack *M.E. Lapham, Connecticut, Senior, Attack Marlee Paton, Loyola, Sophomore, Midfield *Ali Steinberg, Rutgers, Senior, Midfield *Kerry Stoothoff, Loyola, Senior, Goalkeeper *Maggie Tamasitis, Notre Dame, Senior, Attack *Sophia Thomas, Georgetown, Junior, Midfield *Michelle Tumolo, Syracuse, Junior, Attack *Katie Webster, Syracuse, Sophomore, Midfield Bold indicates current student athlete *unanimous selections


2012 TEAM

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2012 ROSTER ROSTER BREAKDOWN

NUMERICAL No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 31 33 35 88

Name Lauren Schwalje Maggie Brown Erin Lovett Carly Napora Barb Black Sophia Thomas Courtney Caputo MJ Coyle Kelsi Bozel Betsy Holland Mollie Caputo Lauren Gray Jody Cumberpatch Dina Jackson Megan Farrell Kelly Barnes Casey McGowan Molly Early Caroline Tarzian Caroline Seats Hannah Franklin Kelyn Freedman Rosie Corcoran Reilly Woodman Adrianne Devine Sammy Giordano Evan O’Neill Ashley Hunter Megan Marinelli Kristen Coleman Abby Bisbee

Head Coach: Associate Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Volunteer Assistant:

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

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

Ht. Hometown/High School Setauket, N.Y./St. Anthony’s 5-1 5-2 Woodside, Calif./Menlo School 5-5 Wantagh, N.Y./Kellenberg Memorial 5-3 Columbia, Md./McDonogh School 5-4 Ruxton, Md./St. Paul’s School for Girls 5-4 Lutherville, Md./Maryvale Prep 5-4 Philadelphia, Pa./Springside School 5-7 Kensington, Md./Holy Child 5-5 Hunt Valley, Md./Notre Dame Prep 5-7 Huntington, N.Y./St. Anthony’s 5-4 Manlius, N.Y./ Fayetteville Manlius 5-9 Alexandria, Va./Bishop Ireton 5-3 Annapolis, Md./Annapolis 5-6 Potomac, Md./Bullis 5-8 Bethesda, Md./Georgetown Visitation 5-3 St. Davids, Pa./Radnor 5-7 West Islip, N.Y./West Islip 5-7 Radnor, Pa./Radnor 5-6 Garden City, N.Y./Garden City 5-7 Baltimore, Md./Roland Park Country School 5-9 Phoenix, Md./McDonogh School 5-10 Newtown Square, Pa./Radnor 5-7 Point Lookout, N.Y./Sacred Heart Academy 5-8 Alexandria, Va./St. Stephens and St. Agnes 5-7 Loudonville, N.Y./Shaker 5-5 Ridgewood, N.J./Ridgewood 5-4 Ho-Ho Kus, N.J./Northern Highlands Regional 5-4 Fort Washington, Md./St. Stephens & St. Agnes 5-8 Northport, N.Y./Northport 5-11 Potomac, Md./Academy of the Holy Cross/Fairfield 5-3 Baltimore, Md./Bryn Mawr School

Ricky Fried (UMBC ‘88, eighth season) Erin Hellmold (John’s Hopkins ‘02) Michi Ellers (Georgetown ‘04) Stefanie Smith (Duke ‘05)

ALPHABETICAL No. 16 88 5 9 2 7 11 35 23 8 13 25 18 15 21 22 26 12 10 31 14 3 33 17 4 27 1 20 19 6 24

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Name Kelly Barnes Abby Bisbee Barb Black Kelsi Bozel Maggie Brown Courtney Caputo Mollie Caputo Kristen Coleman Rosie Corcoran MJ Coyle Jody Cumberpatch Adrianne Devine Molly Early Megan Farrell Hannah Franklin Kelyn Freedman Sammy Giordano Lauren Gray Betsy Holland Ashley Hunter Dina Jackson Erin Lovett Megan Marinelli Casey McGowan Carly Napora Evan O’Neill Lauren Schwalje Caroline Seats Caroline Tarzian Sophia Thomas Reilly Woodman

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

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

Ht. Hometown/High School 5-3 St. Davids, Pa./Radnor 5-3 Baltimore, Md./Bryn Mawr School 5-4 Ruxton, Md./St. Paul’s School for Girls 5-5 Hunt Valley, Md./Notre Dame Prep 5-2 Woodside, Calif./Menlo School 5-4 Philadelphia, Pa./Springside School 5-4 Manlius, N.Y./ Fayetteville Manlius Potomac, Md./Academy of the Holy Cross/Fairfield 5-11 5-7 Point Lookout, N.Y./Sacred Heart Academy 5-7 Kensington, Md./Holy Child 5-3 Annapolis, Md./Annapolis 5-7 Loudonville, N.Y./Shaker 5-7 Radnor, Pa./Radnor 5-8 Bethesda, Md./Georgetown Visitation 5-9 Phoenix, Md./McDonogh School 5-10 Newtown Square, Pa./Radnor 5-5 Ridgewood, N.J./Ridgewood 5-9 Alexandria, Va./Bishop Ireton 5-7 Huntington, N.Y./St. Anthony’s 5-4 Fort Washington, Md./St. Stephens & St. Agnes 5-6 Potomac, Md./Bullis 5-5 Wantagh, N.Y./Kellenberg Memorial 5-8 Northport, N.Y./Northport 5-7 West Islip, N.Y./West Islip 5-3 Columbia, Md./McDonogh School 5-4 Ho-Ho Kus, N.J./Northern Highlands Regional 5-1 Setauket, N.Y./St. Anthony’s 5-7 Baltimore, Md./Roland Park Country School 5-6 Garden City, N.Y./Garden City 5-4 Lutherville, Md./Maryvale Prep 5-8 Alexandria, Va./St. Stephens and St. Agnes

HOYAS BY CLASS Graduate Student (1): Coleman Seniors (4): Barnes, Early, Lovett, Napora Juniors (8): Bisbee, Bozel, Corcoran, Gray, Hunter, Jackson, O’Neill, Thomas Sophomores (9): Black, Brown, C. Caputo, Coyle, Cumberpatch, Farrell, Franklin, Freedman, Woodman Freshmen (9): M. Caputo, Devine, Giordano, Holland, Marinelli, McGowan, Schwalje, Seats, Tarzian

HOYAS BY STATE California (1): Brown Maryland (13): Bisbee, Black, Bozel, Coleman, Coyle, Cumberpatch, Farrell, Franklin, Hunter, Jackson, Napora, Seats, Thomas, New Jersey (2): Giordano, O’Neill New York (9): M. Caputo, Corcoran, Devine, Holland, Lovett, Marinelli, McGowan, Schwalje, Tarzian Pennsylvania (4): Barnes, C. Caputo, Early, Freedman Virginia (2): Gray, Woodman

HOYAS BY POSITION Attackers (10): Coleman, Corcoran, Cumberpatch, Early, Giordano, Jackson, O’Neill, Schwalje, Tarzian, Woodman Defenders (8): Barnes, Coyle, Gray, Holland, Hunter, Marinelli, McGowan, Napora Midfielders (11): Bozel, Brown, C. Caputo, M. Caputo, Devine, Farrell, Franklin, Freedman, Lovett, Seats, Thomas Goalies (2): Bisbee, Black


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2012 Players

16 BARNES KELLY

senior / DEFENDER / 5-3 / CAPTAIN ST. DAVIDS, PA. / RADNOR MAJOR: BUSINESS

2011 (junior): Named Second Team All-BIG EAST … A team captain … Ranked 23rd in career caused turnovers with 50 … Started in all 17 games on defense for the Hoyas … Notched a goal against Florida … Ranked third in both ground balls and caused turnovers with 27 and 17, respectively … Also had eight draw controls … Had five ground balls against North Carolina … Tallied three caused turnovers on three different occasions … Posted three draw controls against Notre Dame in the BIG EAST Tournament. 2010 (sophomore) – Won the team’s Denis Kanach Hoya Award ... Named Second Team Regional All-American … Earned First Team All-BIG EAST ... Started in all 19 games for the Hoyas ... Ranked third on the team in ground balls with 28 as well as in caused turnovers with 22 ... Fourth in draw controls with 19 … Also recorded five goals and an assist for six points … Picked up four ground balls against Connecticut and three against Syracuse … Won four draw controls against Notre Dame and three against Villanova … Caused four turnovers against Loyola and three against Syracuse and Connecticut. 2009 (freshman) - Awarded the Sheehan Stanwick Rookie of the Year award ... Appeared in all 19 games for the Hoyas ... Scored nine goals and had five assists for a total of 14 points on the season ... Picked up 15 ground balls and tallied 10 draw controls ... Caused 15 turnovers on the season ... Managed two goals against both Maryland and Louisville ... Also had two assists against Louisville for four points in the BIG EAST Tournament win ... Picked up two ground balls at Loyola (Md.) ... Had three draw controls in the BIG EAST Tournament loss to Notre Dame. Prior to Georgetown - An Under Armour All-American and three-time All-Central League, All-Main Line and AllDelaware County at Radnor High School … Two-time team MVP for the 2008 state champions … Led high school team in caused turnovers … Named MVP at the Women’s National Tournament in 2008 with Lacrosse Westline … Also played soccer and basketball in high school and was a member of the National Honor Society. OFFENSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

KELLY BARNES

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GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 19 9 5 14 31 .290 17 .548 0 13 12 13 11 19 5 1 6 15 .333 12 .800 1 28 19 17 22 17 1 0 1 4 .250 4 1.000 0 27 8 9 17 55 15 6 21 50 .300 33 .660 1 68 39 39 50


2012 Players

seNIOR / MIDFIELDER / 5-5 / captain Wantagh, N.Y. / Kellenberg Memorial Major: Marketing & Management

LOVETT 3 ERIN

2011 (junior): Played and started in two games before suffering a season-ending injury … Scored three goals with three assists for six combined points in her two outings for the Blue & Gray. 2010 (sophomore) – Appeared in 17 games for the Hoyas, starting in one ... Ranked fifth on the squad in scoring with 13 goals and nine assists for 22 points ... Picked up 14 ground balls and caused six turnovers … Scored two goals in the loss at Duke and the win against Johns Hopkins. 2009 (freshman) - Appeared in all 19 games for the Hoyas ... Ranked seventh on the squad in scoring with 10 goals and four assists for 14 points ... Scored the game-winning goal against Yale ... Posted ground balls in wins against Louisville and Cincinnati ... Had three caused turnovers on the season, including two against Cincinnati. Prior to Georgetown – Earned Under Armour All-America honors and was named one of the Top 25 Players by Inside Lacrosse in 2008 … Earned Catholic High School Player of the Year award junior season … Three-time all-league honoree and a two-time MVP at Kellenberg Memorial … Also ran cross country and played basketball in high school … Played with the Long Island Yellow Jackets … Was a member of the National Honor Society and the National Society of High School Scholars. OFFENSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 19 10 4 14 28 .357 19 .679 1 2 0 6 3 17 13 9 22 32 .406 22 .688 0 14 9 11 6 2 3 3 6 5 .600 4 .800 0 1 1 4 0 38 26 16 42 65 .400 45 .692 1 17 10 21 9

ERIN LOVETT

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4 NAPORA CARLY

seNIOR / DEFENDER / 5-3 / captain Columbia, Md. / McDonogh School

Major: Operations and Information Management & Marketing

2011 (junior): Started in all 16 games she appeared in … Notched 12 ground balls on the season … Tallied six draw controls and ranked fourth on the squad in caused turnovers with 16 … Had three ground balls in the loss to Florida … Posted three caused turnovers in the win over Connecticut … Managed two caused turnovers on four separate occasions. 2010 (sophomore) - Appeared in all 19 games with five starts ... Ranked fourth on the team with 25 ground balls ... Also recorded 13 draw controls and 12 caused turnovers ... Picked up six ground balls and won four draw controls in win against Loyola (Md.) … Had three ground balls against Louisville. 2009 (freshman) - Appeared in 12 games with starts against Maryland and Syracuse ... Picked up four ground balls on the season ... Had four draw controls including two in the win over Duke ... Caused four turnovers including two in the overtime victory over Syracuse. Prior to Georgetown - Named First Team All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun in 2008, was also the paper’s Baltimore County Player of the Year … Two-time Baltimore Sun All-Baltimore County … Baltimore Examiner First Team AllMetro selection … Was a IAAM All-Star in 2007 and 2008 … Named to the Tewaaraton Watch List her senior year … Played with M&D Black where she earned First Team All-Galaxy twice … Also played field hockey and basketball as well as running indoor track.

OFFENSE 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL

CARLY NAPORA

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GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 12 0 0 0 0 .000 1 .000 0 5 4 1 4 19 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 25 13 11 12 16 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 12 6 6 16 47 0 0 0 0 .000 1 .000 0 42 23 18 32


2012 Players

graduate student / attacker / 5-11 Potomac, Md. / Academy of the Holy Cross / fairfield Major: Sports Industry Management

COLEMAN 35 KRISTEN

At Fairfield - Suffered a season-ending injury after just one game as a senior … Ended her career as the Stags alltime leader in points, goals and assists after just three seasons … Set the single-season record for points and goals as a freshman and assists as a sophomore … Has at least one point in 58 of the 59 career games she appeared in – all starts … A Three-time IWLCA All-Northeast Region Second Team performer … Was a two-time MAAC Offensive Player of the Year winner and a three-time First Team All-MAAC honoree … Member of the MAAC All-Academic Team … Two-time MAAC All-Tournament Team … MAAC Rookie of the Year and Fairfield Freshman Athlete of the Year in 2008. Prior to Georgetown – Earned four varsity letters at Holy Cross ... Served as the team captain her final two years ... Helped her team to an 18-2 mark her senior season ... Tallied 85 goals and had 40 assists as a senior ... A 2007 U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American ... A three-time All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference selection ... Named to the Washington Post All-Met Second Team as a senior ... Selected to the All-Gazette First Team and AllD.C. Examiner First Team as a senior ... Also lettered in soccer and cross country.

seNIOR / attacker / 5-7 Radnor, Pa. / Radnor Major: Marketing

EARLY 18 MOLLY

2011 (junior): Saw action in three contests … Scored her first goal for Georgetown against Cincinnati. At Richmond - Appeared in 11 games with five starts ... Scored nine-career goals including eight in 2010 ... Three goals came against American ... Had five career-draw controls and four ground balls. Prior to Georgetown – US Lacrosse All-American Honorable Mention her senior year ... Member of 2008 state championship team ... Second Team All Central League her junior and senior years ... Squad won the 2008 Central League Championship ... Second Team Upper Atlantic National Tournament her junior year ... Earned three varsity letters in soccer and two in basketball. OFFENSE GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 3 1 0 1 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 0 0 2 0 TOTAL 3 1 0 1 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 0 0 2 0

MOLLY EARLY

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2012 Players

88 Bisbee Abby

JUNIOR / GOALIE / 5-3 Baltimore, Md. / Bryn Mawr School Major: Culture & Politics

2011 (sophomore): Did not play due to injury. 2010 (freshman) – Played in three games … Allowed two goals in 12 minutes for a GAA of 10.24. Prior to Georgetown - A three-year letterwinner at the Bryn Mawr School in both lacrosse and field hockey ... Earned Second Team All-Baltimore City by the Baltimore Messenger both her junior and senior seasons ... Participated in an international match against Japan ... Played club with TLC along with classmates Sophia Thomas and Kelsi Bozel ... Appeared in the Friendship Lacrosse Games in Japan ... Was an All-America goalie in field hockey earning two First Team All-State honors as well as being a two-time IAAM League All-Star and the Ravens Champion Athlete of the Week ... A member of the honor roll being named US Lacrosse Academic All-American and to the NFHCA National Academic squad ... A two-time recipient of the Bryn Mawr Scholar-Athlete Award and an AP Scholar with Honor ... Vocalist with the Peabody Chamber Singers and the Peabody Children’s Chorus making guest appearances with the Baltimore Opera, the Choral Arts Society and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra ... Won the Peabody Award for Vocal Excellence on three occasions. GOALIE GP-GS Minutes GA GaAvg Saves SavePct W L T Sho 2010 3-0 11:43 2 10.24 0 0.000 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 3-0 11:43 2 10.24 0 0.000 0 0 0 0

9 BOZEL KELSI

JUNIOR/ MIDFIELDER / 5-5 Hunt Valley, Md. / Notre Dame Prep Major: MARKETING

2011 (sophomore): Named Second Team All-BIG EAST … Won the Denis Kanach Hoya Award at the team’s annual banquet … Ranks 24th in career draw controls with 47 … Tied for 21st for draw controls in a season with 34 … Played in all 17 games with 12 starts to her credit … Ranked fourth on the squad in scoring with 20 goals and five assists for 25 points … Second on the team in draw controls with 34 … Had 19 ground balls and 13 caused turnovers … Scored the game winner against Yale, Louisville and Syracuse … Tallied two goals in seven different contests … Notched a pair of assists against Villanova. 2010 (freshman) - Appeared in all 19 games … Was eighth on the team with 17 points … Also picked up 11 ground balls and won 13 draw controls … Scored three goals against Rutgers and two goals against Syracuse and Yale. Prior to Georgetown – A two-time All-America honoree from U.S. Lacrosse ... Named All-American as a senior by Under Armour ... Selected First Team All-Baltimore County by the Baltimore Sun ... The Towson Times’ Player of the Year in 2009 ... Played club lacrosse with TLC along with classmates Sophia Thomas and Abby Bisbee ... Was a three-sport athlete in high school ... A member of the National Honor Society. OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

ABBY BISBEE

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GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG 19 13 4 17 26 .500 19 .731 1 17 20 5 25 54 .370 42 .778 3 36 33 9 42 80 .412 61 .762 4

GB DC TO CT 11 13 14 9 19 34 18 13 30 47 32 22


JUNIOR / attacker / 5-7 Point Lookout, N.Y. / Sacred Heart Academy Major: Culture & Politics

2012 Players

CORCORAN 23 ROSIE

2011 (sophomore): Appeared in all 17 games with nine starts on the season … Managed five goals with four assists for nine points … Had 11 ground balls, nine draw controls and four caused turnovers … Scored two goals in the Yale victory … Had a goal and an assist in the loss at Princeton along with a season-best three ground balls … Posted two caused turnovers against Yale … Had two draw controls on two separate occasions. 2010 (freshman) – Played in eight games ... Scored one goal, against Connecticut … Also posted one ground ball and three draw controls. Prior to Georgetown - A four-year letterwinner at Sacred Heart Academy ... A two-time team MVP honoree ... High school squad won its league championship in 2007 ... Played club with Liberty Lacrosse ... A four-sport athlete in high school ... A member of the National Honor Society. OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 8 1 0 1 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 1 3 2 0 17 5 4 9 16 .312 9 .562 0 11 9 19 4 25 6 4 10 17 .353 10 .588 0 12 12 21 4

JUNIOR / DEFENDER / 5-9 Alexandria, Va. / Bishop Ireton Major: Business

GRAY 12

LAUREN

2011 (sophomore): Played in six contests for the Hoyas … Managed a ground ball against Villanova and a caused turnover at Rutgers. 2010 (freshman) - Appeared in three games, against Cincinnati, Connecticut, and Villanova … Picked up one ground ball at Cincinnati. Prior to Georgetown - Selected as a two-time All-American at Bishop Ireton High School ... Was an all-state honoree for two-consecutive seasons ... Selected All-WCAC all four years of high school ... Won Bishop Ireton’s Female Athlete of the Year award as a senior ... Played club with classmate Dina Jackson on Capitol Lacrosse Blue ... An all-conference swimmer ... A member of the National Honor Society.

OFFENSE GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 2010 3 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 1 0 1 0 2011 6 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 1 0 0 1 TOTAL 9 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 2 0 1 1

LAUREN GRAY

ROSIE CORCORAN

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2012 Players

31 HUNTER ASHLEY

JUNIOR / DEFENDER / 5-4 Fort Washington, Md. / St. Stephens & St. Agnes Major: ENGLISH

2011 (sophomore): Tied for 26th all time for caused turnovers in a season with 25 … Started all 17 games for the Hoyas … Ranked second on the squad in caused turnovers with 25 … Sat at fourth on the squad in ground balls with 23 … Managed three draw controls … Had five caused turnovers in the Rutgers win as well as four in the victory over Yale … Tallied four ground balls against Yale and three on two separate occasions. 2010 (freshman) – Played in 19 games, starting 13 … Ranked seventh on the team in ground balls with 18 … Picked up three ground balls against Loyola … Also won five draw controls and caused eight turnovers. Prior to Georgetown - Selected as both an Under Armour and U.S. Lacrosse All-American as a senior ... Named as a member of the 2009 All-Tewaaraton squad ... Earned All-ISL, all-state and Washington Post All-Metro selection as a senior ... Also an all-state field hockey player ... Won her school’s outstanding female athlete award ... Played club with classmates Lauren Gray and Dina Jackson on Capitol Lacrosse ... Was a member of the Dean’s List. OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 19 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 18 5 6 8 17 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 23 3 5 25 36 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 41 8 11 33

14 JACKSON DINA

JUNIOR / ATTACKER / 5-6 Potomac, Md. / Bullis Major: MANAGEMENT

2011 (sophomore): Earned Second Team All-BIG EAST … Named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week on April 18 … Started all 17 games for the Hoyas on the attack … Scored 25 goals with four assists to rank third on the squad in scoring … Went 8-of-13 on free position shots … Managed 11 ground balls and 14 draw controls along with nine caused turnovers for the Blue & Gray … Scored three goals against both Northwestern and Syracuse … Had two assists in the Syracuse win for five points in the game to tally her season high … Managed two ground balls on three separate occasions and two draw controls three times … Scored the game winner in the Villanova victory. 2010 (freshman) - Appeared in 15 games … Recorded 12 goals and two assists for 14 points … Scored three goals at Cincinnati and two goals against both Syracuse and Connecticut. Prior to Georgetown - A two-time U.S. Lacrosse All-American ... Selected as a member of the 2009 All-Tewaaraton squad ... Named the Washington Post All-Montgomery County Player of the Year as a senior ... A three-time team MVP at The Bullis School ... Played club with Capitol Lacrosse Blue with classmate Lauren Gray and Ashley Hunter ... Named the MVP of her high school’s tennis team ... A member of the National Honor Society. OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP G A 15 12 2 17 25 4 32 37 6

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO 14 22 .545 17 .773 0 1 5 7 29 48 .521 35 .729 1 11 14 24 43 70 .529 52 .743 1 12 19 31 DINA JACKSON

ASHLEY HUNTER

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CT 8 9 17


JUNIOR / attacker / 5-4 Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. / Northern Highlands Regional Major: Management

2012 Players

O’NEILL 27 EVAN

2011 (sophomore): Appeared in five games for the Hoyas … Scored two goals on the season … Went 1-for-1 on free position shots coming against Cincinnati … Scored her other goal in the win over Yale. 2010 (freshman) – Played in four games ... Scored one goal at Villanova. Prior to Georgetown - A four-year letterwinner at Northern Highlands Regional where she holds a number of school records ... Among the top 10 rising seniors by Lacrosse Magazine ... Also listed in the top 25 before her junior season ... Played club with Metro Lacrosse ... Earned two varsity letters in track & field. OFFENSE GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 2010 4 1 0 1 2 .500 2 1.000 0 0 0 1 0 2011 5 2 0 2 3 .667 2 .667 0 0 0 4 0 TOTAL 9 3 0 3 5 .600 4 .800 0 0 0 5 0

JUNIOR / MIDFIELDER / 5-4 Lutherville, Md. / Maryvale Prep Major: Biology

THOMAS 6 SOPHIA

2011 (sophomore): A Third Team All-America selection … Won BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year and a First Team All-BIG EAST honoree … Named All-South Region … A three-time BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll recipient … Ranked 21st in career caused turnovers with 56 … Tied for ninth all time with 33 caused turnovers in a season … Appeared in all 17 games with 10 starts to her credit … Led the Hoyas in goals with 37 as well as eight assists for 45 points to rank second in scoring … Picked up a squad-best 42 ground balls and ranked third on draw controls with 24 … Defensively, caused a team-high 33 turnovers … Tallied six goals in the win over Connecticut as well as five goals in the Louisville victory … Scored in every game but one with multiple goals in 10 contests … Notched the game winner against Connecticut … Had five ground balls against Rutgers and multiple pick ups on 13 occasions … Tallied four draw controls against Northwestern … Posted seven caused turnovers in the Louisville victory. 2010 (freshman) - Won the Sheehan Stanwick Rookie of the Year Award ... Appeared in all 19 games … Was fifth on the squad with 18 goals and sixth in points with 20 … Ranked second on the team with 33 ground balls and 23 caused turnovers … Picked up four ground balls in each of the games against Syracuse, Louisville and North Carolina. Prior to Georgetown - A First Team All-American at Maryvale Prep ... Selected as Baltimore Sun All-Metro in 2009 ... Tabbed All-Baltimore County for three-consecutive seasons ... A two-time high school MVP ... Played club with classmates Abbie Bisbee and Kelsi Bozel for TLC ... Voted as her class representative for four years ... An all-conference soccer player. OFFENSE 2010 2011 TOTAL

GP G A 19 18 2 17 37 8 36 55 10

Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO 20 38 .474 29 .763 1 33 14 15 45 77 .481 59 .766 1 42 24 20 65 115 .478 88 .765 2 75 38 35

CT 23 33 56

SOPHIA THOMAS

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2012 Players

5 BLACK BARB

sophomore / GOALIE / 5-4 Ruxton, Md. / St. Paul’s School for Girls Major: Undecided

2011 (freshman): Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll on April 18 … Appeared in 16 games with 14 starts in the cage as a freshman … Played 770 minutes with 61 saves to her credit … Posted a record of 8-5 in the net and a GAA of 10.28 … Notched 12 ground balls and two caused turnovers on the season … Notched a season-best nine saves against North Carolina with eight saves on two separate occasions. Prior to Georgetown - Ranked No. 10 in the country for recruiting by Inside Lacrosse ... One of the four GU student-athletes who played for the South Squad in the Under Armour All-American Game ... Her team’s MVP as a senior in both field hockey and lacrosse at St. Paul’s School for Girls ... On the Tewaaraton Watch list 2009 and 2010 ... Earned All-Baltimore County as a junior ... A member of the honor roll.

GOALIE 2011 TOTAL

GP Minutes GA GaAvg Saves SavePct 16 770:06 132 10.28 61 0.316 16 770:06 132 10.28 61 0.316

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W 8 8

L T Sho 5 0 0 5 0 0

sophomore / MIDFIELDER / 5-2 Woodside, Calif. / Menlo School Major: Undecided

2011 (freshman): Played in three games in her rookie campaign … Scored a goal against Cincinnati and tallied an assist in the Villanova game for the Hoyas for two points on the year … Notched a ground ball and a caused turnover against the Bearcats. Prior to Georgetown - Named Co-MVP of her league as a senior after the squad won back-to-back league titles ... As a junior, was selected as a U.S. Lacrosse All-American from the Northern California region ... Scored a team-high 104 goals to lead her high school to the CIF-Central Coast Section West Bay Athletic League title.

OFFENSE GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 3 1 1 2 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 1 0 0 1 TOTAL 3 1 1 2 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 1 0 0 1

REILLY WOODMAN BARB BLACK

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MAGGIE BROWN


sophomore / MIDFIELDER / 5-4 Philadelphia, Pa. / Springside School Major: Undecided

2012 Players

CAPUTO 7 COURTNEY

2011 (freshman): Played in four games for the Hoyas as a freshman … Picked up a ground ball against Villanova. Prior to Georgetown - A first team all-conference honoree at Springside School as a junior and senior ... Earned a pair of team MVP awards and was a two-year captain ... Played with the U.S. National Tournament Team in 2009 ... Started all four years of high school, scoring more than 100 career goals ... Played club with Ultimate Goal Lacrosse ... Appeared in the 2008 Under Armour All-Star Game ... Earned four varsity letters in lacrosse and basketball.

OFFENSE GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 4 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 1 0 3 0 TOTAL 4 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 1 0 3 0

sophomore / DEFENDER / 5-7 Kensington, Md. / Holy Child Major: Psychology

COYLE 8 MJ

2011 (freshman): Appeared in three contests for the Hoyas as a freshman … Picked up a ground ball against Yale along with a caused turnover. Prior to Georgetown - Played lacrosse and field hockey in high school ... Named to the top freshmen watch list by Inside Lacrosse ... An Under Armour All-American and a member of the Tewaaraton Watch List as a senior ... A threetime All-ISL honoree and was Honorable Mention All-America as a junior when her high school squad won the ISL Championship ... Played club with Capital Lacrosse for three years ... A member of the National Honor Society as well as the president of Students Against Drunk Driving.

OFFENSE GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 3 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 1 0 2 1 TOTAL 3 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 1 0 2 1

MJ COYLE

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2012 Players

13 CUMBERPATCH JODY

sophomore / ATTACKER / 5-3 Annapolis, Md. / Annapolis Major: Undecided

2011 (freshman): Appeared in three games for the Hoyas in her rookie campaign. Prior to Georgetown - Named First Team All-County by three separate organizations as a junior ... Earned a spot on the Washington Post All-Metro Team in 2009 and 2010 ... Appeared in the Under Armour Underclassmen Tournament ... Named to the Tewaaraton Watch List as a senior before season was cut short due to injury ... Also played soccer and field hockey in high school ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Named a US Lacrosse Academic All-American.

OFFENSE GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 3 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 2 0 TOTAL 3 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 2 0

15 FARRELL mEGHAN

sophomore / midfielder / 5-8 Bethesda, Md. / Georgetown Visitation Major: Undecided

2011 (freshman): Appeared in four games as a freshman … Scored a goal against Villanova for her first intercollegiate point … Also notched a caused turnover in the contest against Cincinnati. Prior to Georgetown - Four-year letterwinner in lacrosse … Inducted into the Georgetown Visitation Athletic Hall of Fame … Named First Team All-DC Sports Extra in 2008 and 2010 … First Team All-League ISL in 2010 …Earned Honorable Mention All-Metro in 2008 … Also earned varsity letters in soccer and swimming.

OFFENSE GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 4 1 0 1 3 .333 1 .333 0 0 0 2 1 TOTAL 4 1 0 1 3 .333 1 .333 0 0 0 2 1

MEGHAN FARRELL REILLY WOODMAN

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sophomore / MIDFIELDER / 5-9 Phoenix, Md. / McDonogh School Major: Undecided

2012 Players

FRANKLIN 21 HANNAH

2011 (freshman): Named the Sheehan Stanwick Rookie of the Year … Appeared in all 17 games with five starts in her rookie campaign … Scored 17 goals with three assists for 20 points … Picked up 12 ground balls along with tallying seven draw controls and 10 caused turnovers … Went 5-of-11 on free position shots … Scored her first intercollegiate goal at Florida … Had three goals in the loss to North Carolina … Scored two goals on three separate occasions … Managed four ground balls in the Yale victory … Had two draw controls in the win at Loyola … Caused two turnovers against both Florida and Yale. Prior to Georgetown - Ranked No. 19 in recruiting by Inside Lacrosse ... First Team ESPN Rise and an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland All-Star ... With undefeated McDonogh High School, named first team by The Baltimore Sun as a senior ... Served as the leading scorer her senior year with 51 goals and 17 assists ... Played club with TLC Lacrosse. OFFENSE GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 17 17 3 20 43 .395 31 .721 1 12 7 17 10 TOTAL 17 17 3 20 43 .395 31 .721 1 12 7 17 10

sophomore / MIDFIELDER / 5-10 Newtown Square, Pa. / Radnor Major: Business

FREEDMAN 22 KELYN

2011 (freshman): Played in 11 games with three starts after a preseason injury kept her sidelined for the beginning of the season … Tallied 11 goals with one assist for 12 points on the year … Had 12 draw controls and eight ground balls as well as 13 caused turnovers … Scored a season-best four goals in the win at Connecticut … Had three draw controls in the Loyola win and two ground balls against Princeton … Caused four turnovers in the Cincinnati victory. Prior to Georgetown - Named the top recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse ... A three-sport athlete in high school earning 12 varsity letters in lacrosse, basketball and cross country, as well as winning MVP as both a junior and senior on all three squads ... Earned Main Line Player of the Year, Phillylacrosse.com Player of the Year and DelCo Female Athlete of the Year in 2010 ... Her high school was a two-time state champion in lacrosse ... Played on the North Squad in the Under Armour All-American game ... A member of the National Honor Society and played oboe in the band. OFFENSE GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 11 11 1 12 24 .458 18 .750 0 8 12 8 13 TOTAL 11 11 1 12 24 .458 18 .750 0 8 12 8 13

HANNAH FRANKLIN

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2012 Players

24 WOODMAN REILLY

sophomore / ATTACKER / 5-8 Alexandria, Va. / St. Stephens & St. Agnes Major: Undecided

2011 (freshman): Appeared in three games in her rookie season. Prior to Georgetown - Ranked No. 15 at her position by Inside Lacrosse ... A two-year letterwinner in high school ... Named the Virginia Player of the Year as a senior ... Earned All-America honors ... Named First Team All-Met, All-ISL and earned a spot on the Tewaaraton Watch List ... St. Stephens & St. Agnes School won three-consecutive state championships and 16-straight ISL championships ... Played club with a number of Hoyas at Capital Lacrosse ... A member of the field hockey squad and Lemonaide which was a group that raised money through lemonade stands to donate to various charities throughout the region. OFFENSE GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GWG GB DC TO CT 2011 3 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 2 0 TOTAL 3 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 2 0

REILLY WOODMAN

11 CAPUTO mOLLIE

freshman / Midfielder / 5-4 Manulis, N.Y. / Fayetteville Manulis

Prior to Georgetown - Named All-American as a senior at Fayetteville-Manulis High School ... A two-time AllCNY, three-time all-league honoree ... Won her high school team’s MVP award for three-consecutive seasons ... High school squad won three league championships and made it to sectionals for three-consecutive years ... Led her section in assists as a freshman ... Posted team bests in goals, ground balls and caused turnover ... Had 145 career goals 70 career assists ... A four-year letterwinner in lacrosse and two-year letterwinner in soccer ... A two-time all-league performer in soccer ... Played club lacrosse with Star Riders ... A member of the National Honor Society ... Served as her class secretary ... Plays piano and violin ... Sister Catie played lacrosse at Georgetown.

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freshman / midfielder / 5-7 Loudonville, N.Y. / Shaker

2012 Players

devine 25 Adrianne

Prior to Georgetown - A two-time First Team U.S. Lacrosse All-American … Earned three nods to the AllCapital Area First Team at Shaker High School where she was a two-time captain and team MVP … Played club lacrosse with Metro Magic … Also played basketball where she was nominated for the McDonald’s AllAmerican Team and holds the school record in steals and assists … A three-year starter in soccer … A member of the National Honor Society … Won Shaker High School Female Athlete Award and the Capital Region Sports Foundation Scholar Athlete Award.

freshman / attacker / 5-5 Ridgewood, N.J. / Ridgewood

GIORDANO 26 SAMMY

Prior to Georgetown - An all-state honoree and four-year letterwinner at Ridgewood High School … Earned First Team All-North Jersey as a senior and a three-time All-Suburban honoree … Was a part of the All-Stars Division First Team for three consecutive seasons … As a senior won team’s Most Valuable Attacker award and was named All-Bergen County … Team won Bergen County as well as the Stars Division all four seasons and won the New Jersey State Championship in both 2010 and 2011 … Played club with Steps Lacrosse … A twoyear letterwinner in soccer … Named Academic All-America in 2010.

freshman / defender / 5-7 Huntington, N.Y. / St. Anthony’s

HOLLAND 10 BETSY

Prior to Georgetown - A four-year letterwinner at St. Anthony’s High School … An all-league honoree as a junior and US Lacrosse Academic All-America as a senior … Selected to the 2010 Under Armour All-Long Island Team … Earned Township of Huntington Scholar-Athlete Award and High School “Coach Mangiro” Athletic Award in 2011 … High school lacrosse captain as a senior when team ranked No. 3 in the nation and its league for the fourth-consecutive season … Played club with Long Island Express … A four-year letterwinner in tennis and two-year letterwinner on the track& field team as a hurdler … An AP Scholar and member of the National Honor Society … Enjoys sailing.

freshman / defender / 5-8 Northport, N.Y. / Northport

MARINELLI 33 MEGAN

Prior to Georgetown - A four-year letterwinner at Northport High School … 2011 All-American also earning all-division, all-league, First Team All-Long Island and All-Metro honors as a senior … First Team ESPN Rise AllAmerican … Won defensive MVP in 2011 … High school squad won three consecutive county championships and won the Class A New York State Championship in 2011 … Played club lacrosse with Yellow Jacket Blue and GU teammate Casey McGowan … An all-league basketball player winning league MVP as a senior … Won the Northpoint High School Female Senior Athlete Award … Member of the Foreign Language Honor Society.

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2012 Players

17 McGOWAN CASEY

freshman / defenDER / 5-7 West Islip, N.Y. / West Islip

Prior to Georgetown - A two-time All-American and ESPN Honorable Mention All-American at West Islip High School … Named one of the Top 20 Defenders by ESPN Rise in 2011 … Earned First Team All-Long Island, all-county and all-league being recognized with an honor all four years … A four-year NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete and winner of the 2011 U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award … Played club lacrosse with Yellow Jackets Blue with Georgetown teammate Casey McGowan … An all-league and school record holding swimmer … Member of the National Honor Society and Student Senate.

1 SCHWALJE LAUREN

freshman / attacker / 5-1 Setauket, N.Y. / St. Anthony’s

Prior to Georgetown - Ranked No. 19 in the Top 25 Rising Freshman listing with proven speed and the ability to score in transition … Tallied 24 goals and 18 assists as a senior at St. Anthony’s … Led the team to a 17-2 record … Named the 2010 Attacker of the Year in her conference … A three-time all-league selection … Named an Under Armour All-American … Helped her team win four-consecutive league titles … The 2008 Rookie of the Year.

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caroline

freshman / midfielder / 5-7 Baltimore, Md. / Roland Park Country School

Prior to Georgetown - Ranked No. 8 in the Top 25 Rising Freshman listing by Inside Lacrosse for her ability to play on both ends of the field … An Under Armour All-American … Tallied 47 goals, 31 assists and 85 groundballs as a senior at Roland Park leading the squad to a 16-5 mark … MVP of the Under Armour AllAmerica Underclass Tournament … Member of the All-Tewaarton Team … All-Met selection, an IAAM All-Star and captain of her team … Ran track, played basketball and field hockey, where she was a two-time all-state honoree … Won the C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Distinguished Athletic Service Award for Roland Park Country School in 2011 … Older sister Sarah graduated from Georgetown in 2010.

19 Tarzian Caroline

freshman / attacker / 5-6 Garden City, N.Y. / Garden City

Prior to Georgetown - Selected No. 16 in the Top 25 Rising Freshman listing for her scoring ability … Led her high school team to a 16-0 mark as a senior … Named the 2010 Nassau County Player of the Year by Newsday … An Under Armour All-American … Helped her team win the state title all four years at Garden City … Played field hockey earning all-state honors.

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As I searched for the perfect school for me, I did not think it existed

Being a student-athlete at Georgetown University has allowed me to

Coming to Georgetown, I knew I would be receiving a top-notch education. What

until I stepped on the Hilltop. I truly believe I found the perfect combination of academic

reach a level of potential I didn’t know I had. Not only am I able to be a part of one of the

I didn’t know is that being a part of this lacrosse program would teach me so much more than

and athletic aspects of a college. Along with Georgetown’s prestigious academic reputation,

most prestigious universities in the country, I am fortunate enough to be a lacrosse player as

any course I would ever take. It has prepared me for all aspects of my life. It has pushed me

I’ve learned more life lessons through my experience as a Hoya lacrosse player.

well. Being a Hoya has required an enormous amount of dedication that I wouldn’t trade for

to be my greatest both on and off the field and to set my standards higher than I could ever

Georgetown lacrosse strives for success during times of challenge and controversy. I have

anything. It demands the best from me at all times - both in the classroom as well as on the

imagine. Most importantly, it has given me the opportunity to be a part of a team striving for the

learned to take risks beyond my comfort zone and have been pushed beyond limits I thought impossible. The experiences I have endured thus far at Georgetown will stay with me for the rest of my life. I am truly blessed to be part of such a close team and I am honored to be in the presence of such talented and dedicated teammates. I have formed bonds with friends who I feel like I’ve known for a lifetime and created a place I now call home.

field. From the first day I arrived on the Hilltop, I have been blessed with the many built-in friendships that come with playing on a team. I truly feel that Georgetown is where I am meant to be and that the experiences I have had, and will continue to have, is something I would not have achieved anywhere else.

same dream – to compete and win a national championship. Every day I have been surrounded by such a talented group of players and coaches, gaining friendships and memories that will last a lifetime. I am so proud to wear the blue and gray and would not change my experience here for anything.


GEORGETOWN EXPERIENCE

Kelsi

Bozel

ROSIE

CORCORAN

My decision to attend Georgetown

My decision to join the Georgetown

University was one of the biggest decisions I have had to make, and looking back I can’t think of anywhere else I’d rather be. Georgetown has provided me with experiences, knowledge, and the opportunities of a lifetime. Being a studentathlete in particular has made my experience here even more rewarding. Getting to play a sport I love in college and compete at a high level regularly is something I truly value. Not only that, but the support and lessons I learn from coaches, trainers and my fellow teammates are endless and improve me as a person day in and day out. These lessons are learned not only on the field, but can be applied in the classroom and real world too. It is with this and the plenitude of opportunities I am given at Georgetown that I am so thankful for and have shaped the person I am today and strive to be in the future as well.

community is one that will have a great impact on the rest of my life. I have experiences and memories that will always be with me. Through putting myself in new situations and new surroundings I am able to learn a great deal about interesting people and the world as a whole. Being a member of the women’s lacrosse team also adds to my experience. The team is like my family and I am privileged to play with such a talented and smart group of girls. Georgetown has provided me with a wide mix of academic, social and cultural opportunities. I am proud to say that I am looking forward to my remaining years as a Hoya.

SOPHIA

THOMAS People, opportunity, challenge, excitement … that’s why I chose Georgetown. Everyday I’m challenged to expand my knowledge and understanding of the world around me. That challenge comes from my instructors, my classmates, and my team members. Our location, in the center of one of the world’s most exciting cities, gives us access to incredible hands-on learning opportunities, the latest technology, and world leaders who often visit our beautiful campus. I like change and everyday I have new people to meet and new places to explore. When it comes to lacrosse, I am living a dream. I respect the skills and leadership of my coaches and teammates - and really like them as people! Together we work hard to get better, achieve our greatest potential, and have fun.

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GEORGETOWN EXPERIENCE

COURTNEY

CAPUTO

Georgetown has been a life-changing experience for me. I have grown so much in the time that I have been here both as a player and as an individual. I chose Georgetown because the academic offerings along with the athletic opportunity is virtually unmatched anywhere in the country. I also fell in love with Georgetown because I wanted to be a part of the strong bond that this team has. The people who are a part of the women’s lacrosse program are not just my teammates and coaches, but already they have become my family. We work hard for one another and support one another everyday on and off the field. I have learned to put 100 percent into everything I do and that with hard work, heart and determination I have the ability to achieve whatever I put my mind to. I am grateful to be a part of such a highly competitive program and be able to be a part of a team that is willing to work hard and challenge themselves each and everyday both on the field and in the classroom. The people I have met and the bonds I have created with my teammates is something that I feel would not be attainable anywhere else.

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JODY

CUMBERPATCH The demand for academic and athletic excellence for all studentathletes became apparent within the first few weeks. The high expectations of the professors and coaches at this university constantly push each individual to reach and even exceed our own potentials. The opportunity to receive a world-class education, live in one of the most interesting cities in the world and compete for a national championship in a sport I’ve spent my entire life playing made Georgetown the obvious choice when deciding where to spend my collegiate career. Being a part of the Hoya family doesn’t stop at being a member of a nationally-recognized athletic team with 30 of my closest friends, but spans throughout the entire Georgetown community in multiple aspects of student life. I can already see that the opportunities here are endless, and a combination of hard work and perseverance is the key to success.

KELYN

FREEDMAN Sitting at my junior day visit in January 2009, we were doing a Q&A with some of the girls on the team. I already felt that Georgetown was the school for me, but when the question “why did you choose Georgetown” arose, one of the girl’s responses sold me. Among other things, the last thing she said was “I want to win a national championship.” I could sense the competitive nature and the desire to succeed among the team and I knew I wanted to be a part of it. The quality of the education and prestige of the university made my decision that much easier. As a freshman at Georgetown, I learned so much about myself and how hard work, perseverance and dedication allow you to achieve your goals. In order for a team to succeed, it has to be more than a group of talented individuals. From my team I have learned that support, belief and trust in each other are what allow us to perform at our full potential. I thank God every day for giving me the opportunity to be a part of the Georgetown Lacrosse family.


GEORGETOWN EXPERIENCE

BETSY

HOLLAND During the recruiting process, there were several important factors guiding my final decision. The number one factor I considered was the academic reputation of the school. I wanted a school that had a great academic reputation and where I could take a challenging but interesting course load. The second factor I considered was the coaching staff and the team. After considering many schools, none had the team chemistry or coaches that Georgetown offered. Ricky, Erin, and Michi recruit girls who have the same values and that is very important for chemistry on and off the field. We all get along very well, and I’d go as far to say better than any team I’ve ever known. Another factor I considered was the history of the school. I wanted to go to a school rich in history and where the history was evident in every day life. Georgetown definitely had that with the secret societies, stories behind each building, and the spirit around all the sports teams. Georgetown was my number one choice of schools since I was five years old after hearing many stories from my uncle, a 1951 graduate. I am so lucky to be here right now and I am loving every second of my experience.

Lauren

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CAROLINE

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Walking through the Georgetown campus for the first time felt like I was coming home to a place I had been searching for. To

Being able to attend Georgetown University and playing on the lacrosse team are truly privileges. Not only am I able to attend

have the opportunity to attend Georgetown, one of the most prestigious learning institutions

one of the best universities in the country, but I am also able to be a member on a highly-

in the world, and to play for one of the most respected women’s lacrosse programs in the

competitive team. The combination of athletics and academics was something that I found at

nation has been the most rewarding experience of my life. Being a Hoya in the classroom and

no other school and feels like a perfect fit for me. The values of not only the school, but for

on the field means everything to me and I strive everyday to live up to the standards that the Georgetown community exudes in daily life on campus. I have learned what it means to apply all of my energies to learning, as well as what it means to be a teammate to an exceptional group of student-athletes who truly embrace the enduring spirit of Georgetown. My coaches and teammates are my family who are there for me every step of the way. I feel blessed that I am a Hoya and will carry with me the sense of the Georgetown community into every aspect of my life for the rest of my life.

our team, are something that I greatly believe in and is a major reason why Georgetown is the best place for me.

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2011 Statistics Overall: 9-8 Conf: 7-1 Home: 5-4 Away: 4-4 Neut: 0-0 No. Name GP GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW FPG FPS GB DC T/O CT Fouls 1 KIRR, Jordy 17 17 26 26 52 51 .510 43 .843 0 6 12 9 2 16 2 17 6 THOMAS, Sophia 17 10 37 8 45 77 .481 59 .766 1 6 15 42 24 20 33 40 14 JACKSON, Dina 17 17 25 4 29 48 .521 35 .729 1 8 13 11 14 24 9 14 9 BOZEL, Kelsi 17 12 20 5 25 54 .370 42 .778 3 8 16 19 34 18 13 23 GILES, Jacqueline 17 17 20 4 24 60 .333 46 .767 2 5 14 16 7 11 7 14 20 36 DWYER, Kathleen 17 17 19 5 24 41 .463 32 .780 1 6 10 12 18 9 3 10 21 FRANKLIN, Hannah 17 5 17 3 20 43 .395 31 .721 1 5 11 12 7 17 10 10 33 BROPHY, Mary Beth 17 8 16 3 19 35 .457 26 .743 0 4 10 13 7 8 9 23 26 FREEDMAN, Kelyn 11 3 11 1 12 24 .458 18 .750 0 1 4 8 12 8 13 19 CORCORAN, Rosie 17 9 5 4 9 16 .312 9 .562 0 2 5 11 9 19 4 20 23 0 3 4 7 10 .300 9 .900 0 0 2 3 0 8 2 4 10 WITTELSBERGER, Mary 15 3 LOVETT, Erin 2 2 3 3 6 5 .600 4 .800 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 2 27 O’NEILL, Evan 5 0 2 0 2 3 .667 2 .667 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 1 17 MCCRAW, Logan 17 17 1 1 2 5 .200 3 .600 0 0 2 31 42 7 15 29 2 BROWN, Maggie 3 0 1 1 2 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 16 BARNES, Kelly 17 17 1 0 1 4 .250 4 1.000 0 0 1 27 8 9 17 46 15 FARRELL, Meghan 4 0 1 0 1 3 .333 1 .333 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 18 EARLY, Molly 3 0 1 0 1 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 28 VAN FOSSAN, Danielle 12 2 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 0 3 6 9 2 6 WOODMAN, Reilly 3 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 24 7 CAPUTO, Courtney 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 6 32 O’BRIEN, Katie 15 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 5 2 0 5 12 31 HUNTER, Ashley 17 17 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 23 3 5 25 29 CANNON, Mary 4 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 29 19 THOMAS, Lauren 9 3 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 CUMBERPATCH, Jody 3 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 13 12 GRAY, Lauren 6 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 8 COYLE, MJ 3 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 2 BLACK, Barb 16 14 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 12 0 4 2 1 5 4 NAPORA, Carly 16 16 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 12 6 6 16 37 Total 17 209 72 281 484 .432 367 .758 9 52 117 278 203 225 191 372 Opponents 17 196 76 272 376 .521 271 .721 8 32 58 232 230 290 111 39 No. Name GP GS Minutes GA GAAvg Saves Pct W L T Faced 5 BLACK, Barb 16 13 770:06 132 10.28 61 .316 8 5 0 259 19 THOMAS, Lauren 9 3 249:54 64 15.37 20 .238 1 3 0 117 Total 17 1020:00 196 11.53 81 .292 9 8 0 376 Opponents 17 1020:00 209 12.29 173 .453 8 9 0 481 GOALS BY PERIOD Georgetown Opponents

1st 2nd Total 110 99 209 97 99 196

SHOTS BY PERIOD Georgetown Opponents

1st 2nd Total 257 227 484 201 175 376

SHOTS ON GOAL BY PRD 1st 2nd Total Georgetown 196 186 382 Opponents 145 132 277 SAVES BY PERIOD Georgetown Opponents ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

1st 2nd Total 48 33 81 86 87 173 GU OPP 6018 3031 9/669 8/379 0/0

CLEARS: Georgetown -- 230-266 .865, Opponents -- 147-219 .671.

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TRADITION

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AWARDS & HONORS National All-Americans

u.s. team members Chris Lindsey ’98 Elite Team: 1998-2001 World Cup Team: 2005 Bowen Holden ’01 Development Team: 1999-2001 Caitlin McLean ’01 Development Team: 2001 Sheehan Stanwick ’01 Elite Team: 2000-02 Development Team: 1998-99 Erin Elbe ’02 Elite Team: 2001-05 Development team: 1999-2000 Michi Ellers ’04 Elite Team: 2006-11 Development team: 2004-05 Ashby Kaestner ‘10 National Team: 2010-present Development Team: 2008-09 Ricky Fried Elite Team Head Coach: 2009-present Elite Team Assistant Coach: 2006-09

National Players of the Year Attacker of the Year 2002 2001

Erin Elbe Sheehan Stanwick

Defender of the Year 2004 2001

Michi Ellers Caitlin McLean michi ellers

Goalkeeper of the Year 2006 2001 1998

Maggie Koch Bowen Holden Chris Lindsey

Tewaaraton Trophy 2002

Erin Elbe

Tewaaraton Trophy Finalists 2004 2002 2001

Michi Ellers Erin Elbe Sheehan Stanwick

coaching awards IWLCA South Region Coach of the Year 2002 2001

Kim Simons Kim Simons

IWLCA Division I Coach of the Year 2001

Kim Simons

360Lacrosse.com Division I Coach of the Year 2001

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Third Team 2011 Sophia Thomas ‘13 2010 Ashby Kaestner ‘10 2008 Molly Ford ‘10 2005 Chloe Asselin ’07 2004 Sarah Oliphant ,’05 2003 Melissa Biles ’03 2002 Gloria Lozano ’04 Wick Stanwick ’03 1999 Erin Elbe ’02 1998 Sheehan Stanwick ’01 1997 Chris Lindsey ’98 1996 Lauren Hilsky ’98 1995 Stacy Duca ’97

Second Team 2010 Molly Ford ‘10 Logan McCraw ‘11 2009 Molly Ford ‘10 Ashby Kaestner ‘10 2008 Jordan Trautman ‘09 2006 Stephanie Zodtner ’06 2005 Allison Chambers ’05 2004 Gloria Lozano ’04 2003 Gloria Lozano ’04 2000 Erin Elbe ’02 Bowen Holden ’01 1999 Susanne Atkins ’99 Sheehan Stanwick ’01 1997 Stacy Duca ’97 Lauren Hilsky ’98 1996 Stacy Duca ’97 Chris Lindsey ’98

First Team 2011 Logan McCraw ‘11 2009 Bridget Noon ‘09 2008 Ashby Kaestner ‘10 2007 Coco Stanwick ‘07 2006 Coco Stanwick ’07 Maggie Koch ’07 2005 Coco Stanwick ’07 2004 Michi Ellers ’04 2003 Michi Ellers ’04 Wick Stanwick ’03 2002 Melissa Biles ’03 Erin Elbe ’02 2001 Erin Elbe ’02 Bowen Holden ’01 Caitlin McLean ’01 Sheehan Stanwick ’01 2000 Caitlin McLean ’01 Sheehan Stanwick ’01 1998 Chris Lindsey ’98

Kim Simons

academic honors All-District Academic All-American Second Team 2006 2005 2003

Chloe Asselin Lauren Redler Melissa Biles

IWLCA Academic Honor Roll 2011 2010 2008 2005 2004 2003 2001 2000 1999

Kathleen Dwyer Logan McCraw Caitlin Formby Ashby Kaestner Megan Bloomer Amelia Wesselink Paige Andrews Lauryn Bernier Lauren Redler Lauryn Bernier Lauren Redler Hilary Polk-Williams Melissa Biles Bowen Holden Caitlin McLean Caitlin McLean Susan Stewart Beth Doty Susan Stewart


AWARDS & HONORS Team & University Awards Most Valuable Player 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Logan McCraw ‘11 Molly Ford ‘10 Ashby Kaestner ‘10 Bridget Noon ‘09 Ashby Kaestner ‘10 Maggie Koch ’07 Coco Stanwick ’07 Stephanie Zodtner ’06 Coco Stanwick ’07 Allison Chambers ’05 Michi Ellers ’04 Michi Ellers ’04 Wick Stanwick ’03 Erin Elbe ’02 Sheehan Stanwick ’01 Bowen Holden ’01 Sheehan Stanwick ’01 Bowen Holden ’01 Sheehan Stanwick ’01 Chris Lindsey ’98 Stacy Duca ’97 Chrissy Flynn ’96 Chris Lindsey ’98

Most Improved Player 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Mary Wittelserger ‘11 Sarah Seats ‘10 Margot Ellis ‘09 Amelia Wesselink ‘08 Megan Ellis ’07 Paige Andrews ’06 Chloe Asselin ’07 Catherine Elbe ’05 Sarah Oliphant ’05 Tracy Weicke ’02 Gloria Lozano ’01 Liz Ryan ’03 Chandler Vicchio ’02 Danielle Boehmcke ’02 Caitlin McLean ’01 Libby Driscoll ’97 Wendy Hudson ’97

Bulldog Award For outstanding effort and contribution. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1997

Jordy Kirr ‘11 Caitlin Formby ‘10 Jordan Trautman ‘09 Zan Morley ‘08 Brittany Baschuk, 07 Kristin Smith ’06 Stephanie Zodtner ’06 Anouk Peters ’04 Bethany Feil ’03 Susan Graser ’02 Caitlin McLean ’01 Susan Stewart ’00 Caitlin McLean ’01 Susanne Atkins ’99 Liz Howard ’97

Kim Simons Coaches Award For the player that best demonstrates the qualities of coachability, positive attitude and leadership. 2011 Mary Beth Brophy ‘11 2010 Molly Ford ‘10 2009 Bridget Noon ‘09 2008 Patty Piotrowicz ‘08 2007 Coco Stanwick ’07 2006 Stephanie Zodtner ’06 2005 Sarah Oliphant ’05 2004 Michi Ellers ’04

Coaches Award: 1996-2003 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Melissa Biles ’03 Kristin Raneri ’02 Gussie Habeck ’01 Kristen Baer ’00 Beth Doty ’99 Lauren Hilsky ’98 Lauren Hilsky ’98 Liz Howard ’97

Courtney Hubschmann ’09 Patty Piotrowicz ’08

Denis Kanach Hoya Award For the “unsung hero” who best demonstrates unselfish play and a true team spirit. 2011 Kelsi Bozel ‘13 2010 Kelly Barnes ‘12 2009 Katie Burton ‘09 2008 Bridget Noon ‘09 2007 Laura Cipro ’07 2006 Lucy Poole ’06 2005 Catherine Elbe ’05

Hoya Award: 1996-2004 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1996

Sheehan Stanwick Rookie Award 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

2006 2005

Gloria Lozano ’04 Liz Ryan ’03 Chandler Vicchio ’02 Sarah Oglesby ’01 Jordan Keating ’00 Mary Ellen Oliver ’99 Holly Urick ’98 Libby Driscoll ’97

Robert A. Duffy Scholar-Athlete Award

Hannah Franklin ‘14 Sophia Thomas ‘13 Kelly Barnes ‘12 Jordy Kirr ‘11 Ashby Kaestner ’10

2001 1997

Bowen Holden ’01 Stacey Duca ’97

big east awards First Team 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

Jordy Kirr ‘11 Logan McCraw ‘11 Sophia Thomas ‘13 Kelly Barnes ‘12 Molly Ford ‘10 Ashby Kaestner ‘10 Logan McCraw ‘11 Bridget Noon ‘09 Molly Ford ‘10 Ashby Kaestner ‘10 Jordan Trautman ‘09 Molly Ford ‘10 Ashby Kaestner ‘10 Laura Cipro ’07 Maggie Koch ’07 Coco Stanwick ’07 Maggie Koch ’07 Lucy Poole ’06 Coco Stanwick ’07 Stephanie Zodtner ’06 Chloe Asselin ’07 Allison Chambers ’05 Coco Stanwick ’07 Michi Ellers ’04 Gloria Lozano ’04 Sarah Oliphant ’05 Sarah Robinson ’05 Michi Ellers ’04 Gloria Lozano ’04 Wick Stanwick ’03 Melissa Biles ’03 Erin Elbe ’02 Gloria Lozano ’04 Erin Elbe ’02 Bowen Holden ’01

Caitlin McLean ’01 Sheehan Stanwick ’01

Second Team

2011 Kelly Barnes ‘12 Kelsi Bozel ‘13 Dina Jackson ‘13 2010 Caitlin Formby ‘10 Jordy Kirr ‘11 2009 Megan Bloomer ‘09 Jordan Trautman ‘09 Caitlin Formby ‘10 Jordy Kirr ‘11 2008 Caitlin Formby ‘10 Jordy Kirr ‘11 2007 Patty Piotrowicz ’07 2006 Chloe Asselin ’07 Laura Cipro ’07 2005 Catherine Elbe ’05 Sarah Robinson ’05 Stephanie Zodtner ’06 2004 Anouk Peters ’04 Allison Chambers ’05 2003 Melissa Biles ’03 Anouk Peters ’04 Liz Ryan ’03 2002 Liz Ryan ’03 Wick Stanwick ’03 2001 Sarah Oglesby ’01 Wick Stanwick ’03

2002 2001

Erin Elbe ’02 Sheehan Stanwick ’01

Midfielder of the Year 2011 2009 2003

Sophia Thomas ‘13 Ashby Kaestner ‘10 Gloria Lozano ’04

Defender of the Year 2011 2009 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2001

Logan McCraw ‘11 Bridget Noon ‘09 Maggie Koch ’07 Maggie Koch ’07 Chloe Asselin ’07 Michi Ellers ’04 Michi Ellers ’04 Caitlin McLean ’01

Coach of the Year 2010 2009 2002 2001

Ricky Fried Ricky Fried Kim Simons Kim Simons

Attacker of the Year 2007 2005 2003

Coco Stanwick ’07 Coco Stanwick ’07 Wick Stanwick ’03

Bold indicates current student-athlete

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CAREER records Goals

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 25.

Name Sheehan Stanwick Erin Elbe Coco Stanwick Wick Stanwick Lauren Hilsky Molly Ford Ashby Kaestner Erika Gabrielsen Stacy Duca Jordy Kirr Catherine Tuthill Margo Doyle Chrissy Flynn Allison Chambers Gloria Lozano Anouk Peters Kristi Middleton Sarah Oglesby Kristen Baer Kate Ahearn Beth Anderson Kim Longstreth Jacqueline Giles Becky Meagher Noelle Vertify

Assists

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

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Name Jordy Kirr Sheehan Stanwick Coco Stanwick Chrissy Flynn Erin Elbe Liz Ryan Molly Ford Kristi Middleton Sarah Oliphant Wick Stanwick Erika Gabrielsen Tara Breen Ashby Kaestner Lauren Hilsky Allison Chambers Michelle Cajulis Catherine Tuthill Beth Anderson Sara Zorzi Sarah Oglesby Kristen Baer Gloria Lozano Margo Doyle Stacy Duca Noelle Verity Catherine Elbe

Goals Seasons 232 1998-01 211 1999-02 199 2004-07 164 2000-03 152 1995-98 150 2007-10 143 2007-10 141 1986-89 136 1994-97 116 2008-11 116 1992-95 115 1991-94 110 1993-96 109 2002-05 97 2001-04 91 2001-04 87 1989-92 84 1998-01 81 1997-00 77 1999-02 76 1983-86 73 1994-97 71 2008-11 71 1982-85 70 1988-91

Assists Seasons 105 2008-11 98 1998-01 85 2004-07 84 1993-96 80 1999-02 66 2000-03 64 2007-10 56 1989-92 56 2002-05 54 2000-03 53 1986-89 50 1987-90 47 2007-10 46 1995-98 43 2002-05 39 1991-94 37 1992-95 35 1983-86 34 2004-06 34 1998-01 32 1997-00 29 2001-04 28 1991-94 26 1994-97 24 1988-91 24 2002-05

sheehan stanwick

Career Points Rank

Name

G

A

Pts Seasons

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Sheehan Stanwick

232

98

330

1998-01

Erin Elbe Coco Stanwick Jordy Kirr Wick Stanwick Molly Ford Lauren Hilsky Erika Gabrielsen Chrissy Flynn Ashby Kaestner Stacy Duca Catherine Tuthill Allison Chambers Kristi Middleton Margo Doyle Gloria Lozano Sarah Oliphant Liz Ryan Sarah Oglesby Kristen Baer Beth Anderson Anouk Peters Kim Longstreth Tara Breen Noelle Verity

211 199 116 164 150 152 141 110 143 136 116 109 87 115 97 65 53 84 81 76 91 73 44 70

80 85 105 54 64 46 53 84 47 26 37 43 56 28 29 56 66 34 32 35 15 23 50 24

291 284 221 218 214 198 194 194 190 162 153 152 143 143 126 121 119 118 113 111 106 96 94 94

1999-02 2004-07 2008-11 2000-03 2007-10 1995-98 1986-89 1993-96 2007-10 1994-97 1992-95 2002-05 1989-92 1991-94 2001-04 2002-05 2000-03 1998-01 1997-00 1983-86 2001-04 1994-97 1987-90 1988-91


CAREER records 10. Jordan Trautman 77 2006-09 11. Gloria Lozano 76 2001-04 12. Sarah Oglesby 75 1998-01 Logan McCraw 75 2008-11 14. Laura Cipro 71 2004-07 15. Lauryn Bernier 70 2002-05 16. Bridget Noon 66 2006-09 17. Anouk Peters 64 2001-04 18. Chloe Asselin 61 2004-07 19. Gussie Habeck 60 1998-01 Susan Stewart 60 1998-00* Sophia Thomas 21. 56 2010-pres. 22. Megan Bloomer 51 2006-09 23. Kelly Barnes 50 2009-pres. 24. Kristen Baer 46 1998-00* 25. Beth Doty 45 1998-99* * statistic not recorded prior to 1998

Ground balls

Gloria Lozano

Draws

Rank Name Draws Seasons 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Gloria Lozano Coco Stanwick Sarah Oglesby Ashby Kaestner Stacy Duca Bridget Noon Erin Elbe Logan McCraw Lauren Hilsky Michi Ellers Fay O’Neill Patty Piotrowicz Allison Chambers Liz Ryan Megan Bloomer Lauryn Bernier Alison O’Neil Anouk Peters Sheehan Stanwick Jordan Trautman Caitlin McLean Chrissy Flynn Reagan Raneri Kelsi Bozel Mary Beth Brophy

223 198 184 147 147 101 101 97 96 94 93 85 84 75 74 72 69 68 68 66 59 57 51 47 45

2001-04 2004-07 1998-01 2007-10 1994-97 2006-09 1999-02 2008-11 1995-98 2001-04 1992-95 2005-08 2002-05 2000-03 2006-09 2002-05 1992-95 2001-04 1998-01 2006-09 1998-01 1993-96 1998-01 2010-pres. 2008-11

Caused Turnovers

melissa biles

Rank Name

CT Seasons

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

204 108 94 93 88 86 83 80 79

Michi Ellers Caitlin McLean Melissa Biles Erin Elbe Stephanie Zodtner Ashby Kaestner Elizabeth Ryan Reagan Raneri Allison Chambers

2001-04 1998-01 2000-03 1999-02 2003-06 2007-10 2000-03 1998-01 2002-05

Rank Name

GB Seasons

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

240 237 223 216 214 196 193 180 179 172 171 165 162 144 142 138 134 133 132 120 119 116 114 114 114 114

Erin Elbe Chris Lindsey Liz Ryan Michi Ellers Caitlin McLean Sarah Oglesby Sheehan Stanwick Lauren Hilsky Stacy Duca Fay O’Neill Gloria Lozano Allison Chambers Reagan Raneri Lauryn Bernier Mary Ellen Oliver Coco Stanwick Alison O’Neil Stephanie Zodtner Bowen Holden Susan Stewart Libby Driscoll Laura Cipro Jordan Keating Jordan Trautman Ashby Kaestner Logan McCraw

1999-02 1995-98 2000-03 2001-04 1998-01 1998-01 1998-01 1995-98 1994-97 1992-95 2001-04 2002-05 1998-01 2002-05 1996-99 2004-07 1992-95 2003-06 1998-01 1997-00 1994-97 2004-07 1997-00 2006-09 2007-10 2008-11

Saves

Rank Name Saves GP Seasons 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Chris Lindsey 1067 Bowen Holden 747 Meg Allen 561 Caitlin Formby 440 Sarah Robinson 374 Maggie Koch 358 Pat McKeon 305 Karen Heisler 210 Chandler Vicchio 182 Laura Greene 180 Kathy Tromble 135 Sally Daily 93

65 66 57 59 58 49 29 22 42 14 14 9

1995-98 1999-01 1988-91 2007-10 2002-05 2005-07 1993-95 1985-88 1999-02 1983-84 1992 1982

Bold indicates current student-athlete

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Single-Season records goals Rank 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 13. 15. 17. 20. 21. 22. 23. 25.

Name Goals Season Sheehan Stanwick 75 2001 Coco Stanwick 63 2007 Coco Stanwick 60 2006 Erin Elbe 60 2001 Coco Stanwick 59 2005 Erin Elbe 58 2002 Molly Ford 55 2009 Sheehan Stanwick 53 2000 Sheehan Stanwick 53 1998 Ashby Kaestner 52 2008 Molly Ford 51 2010 Sheehan Stanwick 51 1999 Wick Stanwick 50 2002 Lauren Hilsky 50 1998 Wick Stanwick 48 2003 Wick Stanwick 48 2001 Erin Elbe 47 1999 Margo Doyle 47 1993 Erika Gabrielsen 47 1986 Erin Elbe 46 2000 Stacy Duca 45 1997 Ashby Kaestner 44 2009 Molly Ford 42 2008 Kristi Middleton 42 1991 Jordy Kirr 39 2009 Lauren Hilsky 39 1996

Assists

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 10. 12. 14. 17. 18. 19. 22. 23.

Draws

Name Assists Season Sheehan Stanwick 40 2001 Jordy Kirr 37 2008 Sara Zorzi 33 2006 Coco Stanwick 28 2004 Liz Ryan 27 2002 Jordy Kirr 26 2011 Erin Elbe 26 2001 Sheehan Stanwick 26 1999 Chrissy Flynn 26 1995 Molly Ford 25 2010 Jordy Kirr 25 2009 Coco Stanwick 24 2007 Sarah Oliphant 24 2005 Chrissy Flynn 23 1994 Erin Elbe 23 2002 Kristi Middleton 23 1991 Chrissy Flynn 22 1996 Molly Ford 21 2008 Sarah Oliphant 20 2004 Wick Stanwick 20 2002 Tara Breen 20 1989 Coco Stanwick 20 2005 Erin Elbe 19 2000 Sheehan Stanwick 19 2000 Kristi Middleton 19 1992

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 13. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20. 21. 23.

Name Draws Season Coco Stanwick 113 2006 Gloria Lozano 81 2003 Coco Stanwick 79 2007 Sarah Oglesby 75 2000 Gloria Lozano 66 2002 Gloria Lozano 57 2004 Ashby Kaestner 48 2010 Ashby Kaestner 47 2008 Stacy Duca 45 1994 Ashby Kaestner 43 2009 Lauren Hilsky 43 1998 Stacy Duca 43 1997 Bridget Noon 42 2009 Logan McCraw 42 2011 Logan McCraw 39 2010 Sarah Oglesby 38 1999 Michi Ellers 37 2004 Sarah Oglesby 37 1998 Alison O’Neil 36 1995 Susan Stewart 35 2000 Sarah Oglesby 34 2001 Kelsi Bozel 34 2011 Megan Bloomer 33 2008 Patty Piotrowicz 33 2008 Erin Elbe 33 2001 Stacy Duca 33 1995

points in a season Rank Name

Ashby Kaestner

48

G

A

Pts. Season

1.

Sheehan Stanwick

75

40

115

2001

2.

Coco Stanwick

63

24

87

2007

3.

Erin Elbe

60

26

86

2001

4.

Erin Elbe

58

23

81

2002

5.

Coco Stanwick

59

20

79

2005

6.

Sheehan Stanwick

51

26

77

1999

7.

Molly Ford

51

25

76

2010

8.

Coco Stanwick

60

13

73

2006

9.

Molly Ford

55

17

72

2009

Sheehan Stanwick

53

19

72

2000

11.

Wick Stanwick

50

20

70

2002

12.

Sheehan Stanwick

53

13

66

1998

13.

Ashby Kaestner

52

13

65

2008

Erin Elbe

46

19

65

2000

Kristi Middleton

42

23

65

1991

16.

Jordy Kirr

39

25

64

2009

Wick Stanwick

48

16

64

2003

18.

Molly Ford

42

21

63

2008

19.

Ashby Kaestner

44

18

62

2009

Erika Gabrielsen

47

15

62

1986

21.

Chrissy Flynn

38

22

60

1996

22.

Wick Stanwick

48

11

59

2001

Erin Elbe

47

12

59

1999

Lauren Hilsky

50

9

59

1998

Margo Doyle

47

12

59

1993


Single-Season records Ground balls Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 11. 13. 14. 16.

Name

GB Season

Chris Lindsey Erin Elbe Sheehan Stanwick Chris Lindsey Liz Ryan Caitlin McLean Erin Elbe Caitlin McLean Liz Ryan Kristen Baer Liz Ryan Kristen Raneri Gloria Lozano Sarah Oglesby Stacy Duca Michi Ellers Caitlin McLean

81 72 71 67 66 66 65 64 61 61 60 60 58 57 57 56 56

1996 2000 2000 1997 2002 2000 2002 1999 2001 2000 2003 2002 2002 2000 1997 2001 2001

18. Lauryn Bernier 55 2004 Michi Ellers 55 2004 Michi Ellers 55 2003 Reagan Raneri 55 2000 22. Bowen Holden 53 2000 Sarah Oglesby 53 1999 Chris Lindsey 53 1998 Lauren Hilsky 53 1996

bridget noon

Caused Turnovers

Saves

Rank

Name

Rank

Name Saves

GP Season

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 12. 13. 14. 15. 18. 23.

Michi Ellers Michi Ellers Michi Ellers Caitlin McLean Kristin Raneri Reagan Raneri Michi Ellers Caitlin McLean Sophia Thomas Ashby Kaestner Beth Doty Logan McCraw Anouk Peters Jordan Trautman Chloe Asselin Susan Stewart Caitlin McLean Bridget Noon Allison Chambers Lauryn Bernier Erin Elbe Gussie Habeck Bridget Noon Elizabeth Ryan Erin Elbe

1.

Chris Lindsey

295

16

1998

2.

Chris Lindsey

293

17

1995

3.

Chris Lindsey

244

15

1996

4.

Chris Lindsey

235

17

1997

5.

Bowen Holden

231

17

2000

6.

Bowen Holden

199

17

1999

7.

Meg Allen

178

13

1990

8.

Pat McKeon

170

13

1993

9.

Meg Allen

167

16

1991

10.

Maggie Koch

165

18

2006

11.

Meg Allen

159

19

1989

12.

Sarah Robinson

158

18

2004

13.

Maggie Koch

152

18

2007

14.

Caitlin Formby

149

19

2008

15.

Caitlin Formby

147

19

2010

16.

Bowen Holden

146

18

2001

17.

Caitlin Formby

139

19

2009

18.

Chandler Vicchio 135

19

2002

Katy Tromble

135

14

1992

20.

Pat McKeon

132

14

1994

21.

Laura Greene

126

9

1984

22.

Sarah Robinson

108

18

2005

23.

Sarah Robinson

99

15

2003

24.

Sally Dailey

93

9

1982

25.

Karen Heuisler

92

10

1986

GB Season

66 56 48 36 35 35 34 34 34 33 33 32 30 29 28 28 28 27 27 27 27 27 26 26 26

2004 2003 2001 2001 2002 1999 2002 2000 2011 2008 1999 2010 2003 2008 2005 2000 1999 2008 2005 2003 2001 2000 2009 2001 2000

Save Percentage Rank Name Save %

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Chris Lindsey Chris Lindsey Chris Lindsey Meg Allen Chris Lindsey Laura Greene Bowen Holden Meg Allen Karen Heuisler Bowen Holden Maggie Koch

0.720 0.688 0.674 0.657 0.656 0.649 0.628 0.620 0.619 0.578 0.572

Season

1996 1995 1998 1990 1997 1984 2000 1988 1985 1999 2006

Goals Allowed Rank Name

GA

GP

Season

1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11.

44 44 83 95 105 112 114 118 123 123 125

13 11 13 15 15 14 18 18 17 19 18

2005 2003 1990 1996 2003 1994 2001 2005 1997 1989 2006

Maggie Koch Dosha Stright Meg Allen Chris Lindsey Sarah Robinson Pat McKeon Bowen Holden Sarah Robinson Chris Lindsey Meg Allen Maggie Koch

Bold indicates current student-athlete

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All-time roster CHLOE ASSELIN

Laura Cipro

Megan Bloomer

A

Agresta, Lisa....................................................1996 Ahearn, Kate..........................................1999-2002 Alexander, Meghan......................................... 1995 Alexander, Pam................................................ 1985 Allen, Meg...................................................1988-91 Altieri, Kristin.................................................... 1987 Anderson, Beth ........................................1983-86 Andrews, Paige.........................................2003-06 Archer, Kier....................................................... 1997 Asselin, Chloe ...........................................2004-07 Atkins, Susanne.........................................1996-99 Austin, Terri.......................................................1986

B

Baer, Kristen..........................................1997-2000 Ballou, Amy.......................................................1978 Barnes, Kelly.................................. 2009-pres. Barone, Caroline........................................1978-79 Barry, Lauren.................................................... 1993 Baschuk, Brittany......................................2004-07 Bazyk, Trina....................................................... 1987 Berkery, Eileen................................................. 1997 Bernier, Lauryn...........................................2002-05 Bettenhausen, Maia..................................1983-85 Bevad, Katie..................................................... 1995 Biles, Melissa.............................................2000-03 Bisbee, Abby.................................. 2010-pres. Black, Barb...................................... 2011-pres. Bloomer, Megan........................................2006-09 Blute, Meghan.................................................. 1997 Bock, Emily................................................. 2007-10 Bodell, Juliann..................................................1984 Boehm, Mary Ann........................................... 1983 Boehmcke, Danielle.............................1999-2002 Boyle, Lizann..............................................1985-88 Boyle, Megan.............................................1988-91

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Bozel, Kelsi..................................... 2010-pres. Bradley, Suzanne.....................................1980, 82 Brandfass, Carolyn...................................1984-87 Brannigan, Kathleen....................................... 1991 Breen, Tara.................................................1987-90 Breschi, Cecelia.............................................. 1985 Brophy, Mary Beth....................................2008-11 Brown, Maggie............................... 2011-pres. Burke, Lisa..................................................1990-91 Burns, MariLouise............................................1978 Burton, Kate...............................................2006-09 Butler, Karen...............................................1991-93 Butler, Kate ................................................1993-94 Butler, Maureen......................................... 1978-80 Byank, Karen.................................................... 1993

C

Cajulis, Michelle.......................................1991, 94 Cannon, Mary.............................................2009-11 Caputo, Catie.............................................2008-10 Caputo, Courtney.......................... 2011-pres. Carega, Alessia...............................................1996 Carmody, Laura............................................... 1982 Carpenter, Katherine...................................... 1982 Cartmell, Barbara......................................1983-85 Cassidy, Alison................................................ 1982 Castellani, Julie..........................................1982-84 Chambers, Allison ....................................2002-05 Chapin, Anne...................................................1980 Chapin, Robin...................................................1978 Ciovacco, Lauren............................................1996 Cipro, Laura................................................2004-07 Clark, Patti........................................................1980 Clohessy, Aisling.......................................1997-98 Comerford, Maria............................................ 1982 Confer, Elizabeth.......................................1993-94 Connelly, Kathy................................................1980

Connolly, Rosemary...........................1979-80, 82 Conway, Cathy.................................................1978 Corcoran, Rosie............................. 2010-pres. Coyle, MJ......................................... 2011-pres. Cumberpatch, Jody....................... 2011-pres.

D

Dailey, Sally................................................1982-84 Dale, Sarah....................................................... 1993 Dalton, Alisa........................................1979-80, 82 Decamera, Nancy............................................ 1991 Derleth, Nancy..................................................1978 DeSantis, Marcella.......................................... 1982 Desbrow, Alex..................................................1996 Devaney, Kerry................................................. 2000 Devine, Sue................................................1986-87 Dewing, Carolyn..............................................1980 Dickinson, Gretchen..................................1978-79 Donnellan, Marty.............................................1980 Donoghue, Tarah............................................. 2001 Doran, Alice...................................................... 1987 Doty, Beth...................................................1996-99 Dow, Devon...................................................... 2007 Doyle, Margo..............................................1991-94 Driscoll, Libby ...........................................1994-97 Drury, Kate..................................................1988-91 Duca, Stacy................................................1994-97 Duffy, Erin.......................................................... 1997 Duffy, Kate........................................................ 1991 Dwyer, Bridget......................................1999-2000 Dwyer, Kathleen........................................2008-11 Dwyer, Nora...................................................... 2001

E

Edmund, Genvieve...................................1990-91 Edmund, Mari.............................................1995-96 Elbe, Catherine..........................................2002-05


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Molly Ford

Elbe, Erin................................................1999-2002 Ellers, Melissa............................................2001-04 Elliott, Heather................................................. 1993 Ellis, Margot................................................2006-09 Ellis, Megan................................................2004-07

F

Farina, Laura...............................................1982-83 Farland, Margaret......................................2004-07 Farrell, Meghan............................. 2011-pres. Feil, Bethany...............................................2000-03 Fisher, Cecily....................................................1980 Fitzsimons, Ellie.........................................1998-99 Fluehr, Kimberly .............................................. 1993 Fluet, Jenny....................................................... 1987 Flynn, Christine..........................................1993-96 Flynn, Kerri..................................................1993-94 Foody, Erin........................................................1984 Ford, Molly.................................................. 2007-10 Formby, Caitlin........................................... 2007-10 Foster, Claire..............................................2000-02 Fox, Liza.......................................................1988-91 Fox, Sara.....................................................1993-94 Franklin, Hannah........................... 2011-pres. Freedman, Kelyn........................... 2011-pres. Frese, Kaitlin.....................................................1998 Fritze, Maisie..............................................1987-89 Fritzlen, Guerin.................................................1978

G

Gabb, Cortney.................................................1988 Gabrielsen, Erika.......................................1986-89 Galgano, Gina................................................. 1983 Gallagher, Sarah.............................................1996 Gelinas, Amy.................................................... 1985 Gianzero, Gina................................................. 1982 Giles, Jacqueline.......................................2008-11 Gooding, Barbara............................................1978

Jordy Kirr

Gorman, June...................................................1980 Graham, Cameron..........................................1994 Graser, Susan.......................................1999-2002 Gray, Lauren.................................... 2010-pres. Greco, Marcia..................................................1980 Green, Laura..............................................1983-84 Green, Michelle.........................................1988-89

H

Habeck, Gussie....................................1998-2001 Hadley, Sarah................................................... 1985 Halsey, Heather.........................................2001-02 Haravi, Sepee..................................................1989 Hauss, Margaux....................................1999-2001 Hayes, Maggie...........................................2001-02 Healy, Tricia...................................................... 1991 Heeg, Mary Allys.......................................1983-84 Heldring, Claudia............................................1984 Herrera, Karla.............................................2005-07 Heuisler, Karen................................................1988 Heusiler, Karen.................................. 1985-86, 88 Hilbush, Melanie........................................ 2007-09 Hilsky, Lauren.............................................1995-98 Holden, Bowen.....................................1999-2001 Horturi, Machito...............................................1980 Howard, Liz.................................................1994-97 Howenstein, Brooke.......................................1984 Hubschman, Allie......................................2008-09 Hubschman, Courtney.............................2006-07 Hudson, Wendy.........................................1994-97 Huggins, Gail.............................................1987-90 Hughes, Erin.....................................................1989 Hughes, Julie.................................................... 1987 Hunter, Ashley................................ 2010-pres.

I

Irish, Stacie....................................................... 1985

Logan McCraw

J

Jackson, Dina................................. 2010-pres. Janec, Susan....................................................1986 Jose, Maria........................................................1994 Joyce, Jane.......................................................1980 Joyce, Mary Ann..............................................1980

K

Kaestner, Ashby........................................ 2007-10 Keating, Jordan.....................................1997-2000 Keib, Elisabeth ...................................1979-80, 82 Keller, Kim...................................................1988-89 Kelly, Ellen..................................................1980, 82 Kenton, Adrienne.............................................1990 Kirr, Jordy....................................................2008-11 Koch, Maggie.............................................2005-07 Kohn, Elizabeth................................................1996 Kramer, Bonnie.......................................... 1979-80 Kramer, Emma.................................................. 2009

L

Lahey, Sheila..............................................1984-85 Larkin, Melissa................................................. 1987 Laughlin, Ophelila............................................1978 Lawton, Anne.............................................1983-84 Leahy, Meghan...........................................2002-03 Leaning, Kit....................................................... 1987 Lindsey, Chris............................................1995-98 Lobes, Christina.............................................. 1991 Longstreth, Kim.........................................1994-97 Lopez, Ashley.............................................2006-08 Lopusniak, Liz............................................1983-86 Lovett, Erin...................................... 2009-pres. Lozano, Gloria............................................2001-04 Lynch, MaryJo....................................................1978 Lynn, Morgan..............................................1998-99

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Anouk Peters

M

MacNamara, Lili..........................................1978-79 Magovern, Fran.........................................1980, 82 Magovern, Fran................................................ 1983 Makhlin, Genie.................................................1996 Malcolm, Abbe................................................. 2000 Manus, Sandi.............................................1988-89 Marabella, Jessica .......................................... 2001 Marsted, Amanda............................................1989 Mascia, Kristen..........................................2002-03 Mattis, Kristine...........................................1990-91 Mattson, Lauren.........................................1990-91 McBride, Keri.............................................2000-01 McCabe, Christina..........................................1998 McCraw, Logan.........................................2008-11 McDonough, Lorraine....................................1980 McKenna, Abby............................................... 1985 McKenzie, Anna............................................... 2006 McKeon, Patricia.......................................1993-95 McLean, Caitlin.....................................1998-2001 McMenamin, Melanie.....................................1994 Meagher, Becky.........................................1982-83 Meagher, Moira................................................1988 Mech, Rachel.............................................2004-07 Meek, Leslie.....................................................1984 Mele, Suzanne.................................................1980 Merlo, MaryEsther..................................... 1978-80 Middleton, Kristi.........................................1989-92 Milberg, Amy....................................................1994 Moffit, Margaret................................................1978 Moglia, Maresa.................................................1979 Morley, Zan.................................................2005-08 Mulder, Jean.....................................................1980 Murphy, Jenny............................................ 1979-80 Murphy, Sheila..................................................1979 Murray, Martha...........................................1982-83

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Liz Ryan

N

Napora, Carly.................................. 2009-pres. Nau, Melissa..................................................... 1993 Nehlsen, HeideMarie.................................1978-79 Noon, Bridget............................................2006-09 Noyer, Elizabeth...............................................1980 Nugent, Kathleen......................................1997-98

Coco Stanwick

Poole, Ginny..............................................1982, 84 Poole, Lucy.................................................2003-06 Proch, Jacqueline...................................... 2007-10

Q

Quigley, Kris.....................................................1980

R O

O’Brien, Katie.............................................2009-11 O’Brien, Maureen.............................................1978 O’Brien, Sarah...........................................1987-90 O’Neil, Allison............................................1992-95 O’Neil, Helene.................................................1980 O’Neill, Carrie.................................................. 1982 O’Neill, Evan................................... 2010-pres. O’Neill, Fay.................................................1992-94 O’Reilly, Bunny..........................................2006-10 Oglesby, Sarah ....................................1998-2001 Oliphant, Sarah.........................................2002-05 Oliver, Mary Ellen......................................1996-99 Olson, Lynne.....................................................1979

P

Parsons, Martha........................................1989-92 Passano, Tammy ......................................1998-99 Patterson, Dana.........................................1985-88 Peterman, Kara..........................................1990-93 Peters, Anouk.............................................2001-04 Peters, Peggy....................................................1979 Petzold, Tricia.............................................1988-89 Piazza, Chris......................................................1979 Pica, Hollis..................................................2002-05 Piotrowicz, Patty........................................2005-08 Plavoukas, Stacy.......................................1985-86 Polk-Williams, Hilary.................................2000-03

Raftery, Kelli...................................................... 1993 Ramarui, Cory...................................................1979 Raneri, Kristin........................................1999-2002 Raneri, Reagan............................. 1998-99, 2001 Redden, Suzanne......................................1985-87 Redler, Lauren............................................2002-05 Rice, Anne........................................... 1986-87, 89 Richardson, Meg.......................................1997-98 Rivet, Virginia.....................................................1978 Robinson, Sarah........................................2002-05 Rodgers, Sue.............................................1984-85 Rogers, Ali..................................................2004-07 Romm, Robin............................................. 1979-80 Ross, Bridget.............................................1996-97 Ross, Megan.............................................1986, 88 Rotatori, Kathleen........................................... 1982 Ryan, Elizabeth..........................................2000-03 Ryan, Rachel..............................................1990-91

S

Saligman, Laury............................................... 1987 Samperton, Shelby......................................... 2001 Schwarz, Alicia..........................................1985-86 Seacor, Jesica............................................1986-87 Seats, Sarah............................................... 2007-10 Shanley, Megan............................................... 1991 Sheehan, Blake......................................... 2007-10 Shettle, Caroline........................................ 2007-08 Sibert, Barby....................................................1980


All-time roster SOPHIA THOMAS

Wick Stanwick

Smith, Amy....................................................... 1991 Smith, Gery......................................................1980 Smith, Kristin..............................................2003-06 Soled, Sharon.............................................1978-79 Sotell, Caitlin.................................................... 2005 Staines, Carrie................................................. 2000 Stanwick, Coco.........................................2004-07 Stanwick, Sheehan..............................1998-2001 Stanwick, Wick..........................................2000-03 Stewart, Susan.....................................1997-2000 Stockdale, Mary................................................1978 Stright , Dosha................................................. 2003 Supple, Brenna................................................1999 Sutton, Schuyler........................................2004-07 Swift, Charlotte.......................................... 1978-80

T

Tate, Laura.........................................................1979 Theurkauf, Anne..............................................1984 Thomas, Lauren.........................................2008-11 Thomas, Sophia............................. 2010-pres. Tippett, Holly..............................................1983-84 Tomeo, Barbara.........................................1994-96 Tostanoski, Nancy.....................................1985-86 Trautman, Jordan.......................................2006-09 Tromble, Katy................................................... 1991 Tsai, Chieh-Huei..............................................1986 Tuthill, Catherine........................................1992-95 Twist, Mallory.............................................. 2007-09

U

Uebler, Julie................................................1987-90 Uhrich, Maggie................................................1980 Urick, Holly..................................................1995-98 Urick, Mindy......................................................1999

stephanie Zodtner

V

Valenti, Nicole..................................................1996 Valentine, Deirdre............................................ 1995 Van Dervort, Michelle...............................1987-88 Van Fossan, Danielle................................2009-11 Verity, Noelle...............................................1988-91 Vicchio, Chandler.................................1999-2002

W

Walls, Jessica........................................1998-2001 Watson, Ann............................................... 1979-80 Way, Julia....................................................1994-95 Weickel, Tracy............................................2000-03 Weitzen, Ide...................................................... 1982 Wenzell, Meg................................................... 1982 Wesselink, Amelia.....................................2005-08 West, Reilly............................................1999-2000 Wilczewski, Barbara........................................1978 Wilton, Lorie......................................................1978 Wisneski, Jennifer.....................................1994-95 Wittelsberger, Mary..................................2008-11 Wolock, Jenny............................................2008-09 Woodman, Reilly........................... 2011-pres. Woods, Janet....................................................1978 Woomer, Anne.................................................1988

Y

Yashar, Susan ............................................1978-79 Yochum, Cindy.................................................1980

Z

Ziomek, Stephanie..........................................1996 Zodtner, Stephanie...................................2003-06 Zorzi, Sara..................................................2004-06 Bold indicates current student-athlete

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YEAR-By-YEAR Results 1977 (1-5)

Coach: Pat Becker 3/25 Loyola (Md.) 3/29 Maryland 3/31 at Goucher 4/5 Villanova 4/13 at Catonsville CC 4/15 at John Hopkins

1980 (3-4-1) L, 12-2 L, 23-0 L, N/A L, N/A W, 5-4 L, 9-4

1978 (3-6)

Coach: Pat Becker 3/29 at Maryland 4/1 Salisbury State 4/4 at Hood College 4/7 Essex CC 4/10 Goucher 4/13 at Loyola (Md.) 4/19 UMBC 4/23 at St. Mary’s 4/28 Catonsville CC

1979 (1-7)

L, 11-3 L, 21-2 W, 7-3 L, 10-6 W, 10-6 L, 14-2 L, 9-6 W, 5-4 L, 12-4

Coach: Jill Roody 3/29 Loyola (Md.) L, 20-0 4/4 at Mary Washington L, N/A 4/6 Hood College L, 6-4 4/9 at Essex CC L, N/A 4/11 at UMBC L, N/A 4/17 Johns Hopkins L, 13-1 4/25 Wilson W, forfeit 4/27 Goucher L, N/A

CAITLIN FORMBY

Coach: Cindy Wilhelmy 3/29 UMBC 4/1 Mary Washington 4/10 Essex CC 4/12 Wilson 4/18 at St. Mary’s 4/20 at Frostburg State 4/23 Goucher 4/25 at Hood College

1983 (3-4) L, 13-5 L, 15-12 L, 15-10 W, 24-2 W, 10-6 L, 14-9 W, 11-9 T, 9-9

1981 (1-5-1)

Coach: Cindy Wilhelmy 3/28 at UMBC L, 12-1 4/2 at Loyola (Md.) L, 20-0 4/4 at Johns Hopkins L, 12-2 4/12 Notre Dame College L, 6-3 4/22 at Goucher W, 10-4 4/25 Hood College T, 10-10 4/28 Frostburg State L, 12-2

1982 (1-8)

Coach: Meg Galligan 3/25 Essex CC L, 16-3 3/30 at Wahington College. L, 9-7 4/14 at Mary Washington L, 13-3 4/17 UMBC L, 20-8 4/20 at Frostburg State L, 21-5 4/21 Goucher L, 14-9 4/24 St. Mary’s W, 21-15 Notre Dame College. L, 12-7 at Hood College L, 12-6

Coach: Meg Galligan 3/22 at Notre Dame College. L, 7-4 4/12 Mary Washington L, 10-6 4/14 Frostburg State L, 13-9 4/16 at UMBC L, 13-2 4/19 Washington College W, 11-9 4/21 at Goucher W, 8-3 4/25 at Essex CC W, 9-3

1984 (5-4)

Coach: Sandie Inglis 3/25 Notre Dame College. 3/29 Essex CC 3/31 UMBC 4/2 at Mary Washington 4/11 Mount St. Mary’s 4/14 Goucher 4/16 at Frostburg State 4/18 Hood College 4/25 at St. Mary’s

L, 5-3 W, 11-5 L, 6-3 L, 15-4 W, 17-4 W, 9-8 L, 10-8 W, 20-7 W, 13-8

1985 (7-1-1)

Coach: Sandie Inglis 3/20 Mount St. Mary’s W, 14-5 3/26 Mary Washington W, 15-8 4/3 at UMBC L, 12-4 4/9 at Goucher W, 13-8 4/16 at Hood College W, 17-3 4/18 Frostburg State W, 14-7 4/20 at Essex CC T, 9-9 4/22 Notre Dame College. W, 17-11 4/25 St. Mary’s W, 17-4

1986 (7-3)

Coach: Sandie Inglis 3/20 Mount St. Mary’s W, 18-5 3/26 at Mary Washington W, 14-7 4/2 at Richmond L, 18-8 4/4 Goucher W, 18-6 4/7 UMBC L, 14-13 4/9 Notre Dame College. W, 18-8 4/14 Hood College W, 16-2 4/21 Salisbury State W, 14-11 4/23 St. Mary’s W, 20-4 4/27 vs. W. Maryland * L, 14-12 * at MCWLA Tournament

1987 (4-7)

Coach: Sandie Inglis 3/21 at Lehigh 3/22 at Bucknell 3/31 Richmond 4/4 Notre Dame College. 4/7 at UMBC 4/10 Towson 4/12 at Longwood 4/15 Drexel 4/21 at Salisbury State 4/23 St. Mary’s 4/26 vs. W. Maryland * * at MCWLA Tournament

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L, 10-5 L, 7-6 L, 10-8 W, 18-4 L, 10-9 L, 12-11 W, 10-3 W, 13-6 L, 12-11 W, 20-4 L, 15-2


YEAR-By-YEAR Results 1988 (6-5)

Coach: Sandie Inglis 3/19 Bucknell 3/24 at Goucher 3/27 Longwood 3/29 at Richmond 4/6 UMBC 4/14 at Towson 4/16 at Drexel 4/19 Salisbury State 4/22 at Mount St. Mary’s 4/26 Johns Hopkins 5/1 vs. Frostburg State * * at MCWLA Tournament

1991 (3-13)

W, 9-7 W, 13-4 W, 12-3 L, 15-1 L, 10-7 L, 6-5 L, 13-9 W, 12-6 W, 8-6 L, 9-7 W, 6-4

1989 (4-9)

Coach: Yvonne Landis 3/18 at Bucknell L, 9-4 3/20 Slippery Rock L, 8-5 3/22 Mount Vernon College W, 15-2 3/28 Richmond L, 9-4 3/30 at Longwood W, 12-5 4/1 Drexel L, 12-7 4/4 at UMBC L, 7-5 4/8 at Villanova L, 7-4 4/10 Northwestern L, 12-1 4/13 Towson L, 10-1 4/18 at Salisbury State W, 9-6 4/25 at Johns Hopkins L, 10-5 4/27 St. Mary’s W, 15-3 4/28 at Anne Arundel * W, 6-3 ! 4/28 vs. Essex CC * W, 7-5 ! 4/29 vs. Goucher * W, 10-4 ! 4/29 vs. Notre Dame * W, 10-4 ! 4/30 vs. Salisbury State * L, 7-5 ! 4/20 vs. Frostburg State * W, 4-3 ! * at MCWLA Tournament ! non-regulation game, results do not count toward overall standings

1990 (7-6)

Coach: Yvonne Landis 3/13 at Old Dominion L, 8-4 3/17 Bucknell W, 7-2 3/19 Slippery Rock W, 12-4 3/22 at St. Mary’s W, 16-4 3/27 at Richmond L, 8-5 3/31 Frostburg State W, 13-3 4/4 UMBC L, 4-13 4/13 at Drexel L, 7-3 4/18 at Salisbury State L, 9-7 4/20 Longwood W, 17-9 4/21 Randolph-Macon W, 20-2 4/24 Johns Hopkins W, 18-8 4/26 at Towson L, 13- 1 5/6 vs. Frostburg State * W, 7-6 ! 5/6 vs. Salisbury State * W, 14-11 ! * at MCWLA Tournament ! non-regulation game, results do not count toward overall standings

Coach: Yvonne Landis 3/12 at Frostburg State L, 8-7 (ot) 3/17 Colgate L, 8-5 3/18 Slippery Rock W, 17-7 3/21 Dartmouth L, 15-5 3/25 at Rutgers W, 8-7 3/27 at Lehigh L, 11-6 4/3 at UMBC L, 13-8 4/5 Richmond L, 6-4 4/7 Villanova L, 12-8 4/10 at Bucknell L, 8-7 4/15 at Shippensburg L, 14-13 4/18 vs. Salisbury State W, 21-7 4/20 at James Madison L, 17-9 4/23 Drexel L, 14-7 4/25 Towson L, 10-4 4/27 vs. Essex CC * W, 6-4 4/27 vs. Goucher * W, 16-11 4/27 vs. Hartford * W, 15-3 ! 4/27 vs. Salisbury State * W, 9-5 ! 4/28 vs. Frostburg State* L, 7-6 ! * at MCWLA Tournament ! non-regulation game, results do not count toward overall standings

1992 (3-11)

Coach: Yvonne Landis 3/17 Lehigh 3/19 Colgate 3/21 Rutgers 3/23 UMBC 3/25 at American 4/1 UMBC 4/4 at Villanova 4/7 at Salisbury State 4/9 at Richmond 4/11 James Madison 4/12 Shippensburg 4/16 at Drexel 4/23 Bucknell 4/30 Towson

1993 (5-8)

L, 14-3 L, 11-8 L, 10-4 W, 8-7 W, 5-4 L, 15-7 L, 16-7 L, 9-8 L, 15-6 L, 15-4 W, 10-7 L, 20-8 L, 11-7 L, 19-3

Coach: Alison Williams 3/21 Colgate L, 10-5 3/26 American W, 9-3 3/28 Villanova W, 11-3 3/31 at UMBC L, 16-9 4/3 at St. Joseph’s (Pa.) W, 21-5 4/4 at Lehigh L, 13-7 4/8 Richmond L, 14-11 4/10 at Rutgers W, 12-11 4/15 Drexel L, 17-7 4/17 at Bucknell L, 10-7 4/19 at Shippensburg L, 15-14 (ot) 4/24 Salisbury State W, 15-5 4/29 Towson L, 15-4

1994 (11-3)

Coach: Alison Williams 3/16 George Mason W, 13-1 3/19 Colgate W, 10-9 (ot) 3/20 Lehigh W, 5-4 3/26 at American W, 13-2 3/27 at Villanova L, 10-9 3/31 UMBC L, 13-7 4/5 St. Joseph’s (Pa.) W, 19-9 4/9 Rutgers W, 21-14 4/12 Shippensburg W, 18-8 4/14 at Drexel W, 12-8 4/17 Bucknell W, 18-2 4/20 at Richmond L, 17-14 4/26 Temple W, 9-7 4/28 at Towson W, 14-11

1995 (11-6)

Coach: Alison Williams 3/11 Drexel W, 19-6 3/14 Colgate W, 14-10 3/19 at Lehigh W, 15-10 3/21 at George Mason W, 15-7 3/26 Maryland L, 17-7 3/30 UMBC L, 8-7 4/2 at Bucknell W, 16-5 4/4 Villanova W, 11-7 4/8 at Rutgers L, 13-12 4/11 at Virginia L, 7-4 4/17 Richmond W, 10-7 4/20 at St. Joseph’s (Pa.) W, 19-1 4/22 Towson W, 14-5 4/25 at Temple L, 14-5 4/27 James Madison W, 7-6 5/6 vs. Lehigh § W, 8-5 5/7 vs. Yale § L, 10-7 § ECAC Tournament at Yale Bowl

1996 (12-3)

Coach: Kim Simons 3/8 Vanderbilt 3/10 Virginia 3/12 at Drexel 3/17 William & Mary 3/23 at Maryland 3/27 at Richmond 4/2 George Mason 4/10 North Carolina 4/13 at Villanova 4/17 at Towson 4/20 Rutgers 4/21 Duke 4/25 at James Madison 4/30 Temple 5/2 UMBC

W, 15-8 L, 9-3 W, 16-7 W, 8-5 L, 17-1 W, 15-3 W, 14-5 W, 10-7 W, 13-5 W, 11-6 W, 12-6 W, 18-2 W, 9-6 L, 7-6 W, 16-3

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YEAR-By-YEAR Results 1997 (9-8)

Coach: Kim Simons 3/6 Princeton W, 8-7 3/9 at Virginia L, 14-4 3/12 Richmond L, 8-6 3/15 Duke W, 12-6 3/19 at William & Mary L, 6-3 3/23 vs. Brown ^ L, 7-6 3/25 at UMBC W, 17-2 3/29 Villanova W, 11-10 4/2 at George Mason W, 8-4 4/8 Towson W, 14-3 4/12 at North Carolina L, 7-6 4/16 Maryland L, 15-10 4/19 at Rutgers W, 8-5 4/23 James Madison L, 13-11 (ot) 4/30 at Temple L, 8-5 5/4 vs. Lafayette § W, 10-4 5/5 at Yale § W, 5-4 ^ at Maryland § ECAC Tournament at Yale

& NCAA Tournament First Round

Coach: Kim Simons 3/5 Vanderbilt 3/8 at Syracuse 3/12 William & Mary 3/15 at Villanova 3/18 at Princeton 3/25 at Duke 3/29 at Towson 4/1 Rutgers 4/5 Notre Dame 4/8 North Carolina 4/13 at Maryland 4/22 at James Madison 4/25 UMBC 4/29 Penn State 5/3 George Mason 5/11 Syracuse & 5/14 at Maryland %

& NCAA Tournament First Round % NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals

2001 (17-3)

1998 (9-7)

Coach: Kim Simons 3/7 Vanderbilt 3/11 at Richmond 3/14 Virginia 3/21 at Princeton 3/23 William & Mary 3/28 at Duke 4/1 George Mason 4/3 at Villanova 4/8 UMBC 4/11 North Carolina 4/15 Maryland 4/18 Rutgers 4/22 James Madison 4/25 Towson 4/30 Temple 5/6 at Princeton &

2000 (12-5)

W, 15-7 W, 18-5 L, 16-8 L, 6-5 W, 12-7 L, 11-9 W, 22-11 W ,16-3 W, 13-5 L, 10-7 L, 10-7 W, 13-9 W, 12-10 W, 14-10 L, 11-8 L, 12-11 (ot)

1999 (11-6)

Coach: Kim Simons 3/6 at Vanderbilt W, 11-8 (ot) 3/8 vs. Penn State ^ L, 9-8 3/13 Lehigh W, 19-3 3/17 Syracuse W, 17-9 3/21 at William & Mary W, 6-5 (ot) 3/26 Duke L, 10-9 3/28 Princeton W, 10-4 3/31 Towson W, 13-8 4/3 at Rutgers L, 13-9 4/7 at UMBC W, 14-7 4/10 at North Carolina L, 10-6 4/14 Maryland L, 21-9 4/17 Villanova W, 14-4 4/24 James Madison W, 10-8 4/27 at George Mason W, 12-10 5/5 North Carolina & W, 7-6 5/8 at Maryland % L, 17-6

W, 15-7 W, 16-12 W, 12-3 W, 17-0 L, 8-6 L, 13-9 W, 15-4 W, 16-6 W, 14-4 W, 13-7 L, 16-6 W, 10-8 W, 17-3 L, 16-13 W, 19-15 W, 11-10 L, 7-6 (ot)

Coach: Kim Simons 3/1 Towson W, 16-3 3/4 at Vanderbilt W, 10-4 3/7 Virginia Tech W, 21-7 3/14 at William & Mary W, 9-7 3/17 Syracuse W, 18-6 3/24 Duke L, 8-7 3/28 at Boston College W, 18-3 3/31 at Rutgers W, 13-5 4/7 at North Carolina W, 15-9 4/12 Maryland L, 13-9 4/20 Penn State W, 23-11 4/22 at Notre Dame W, 17-7 4/26 at George Mason W, 17-4 4/29 James Madison W, 13-7 5/1 Connecticut W, 19-3 5/5 Princeton W, 15-10 5/10 Hofstra & W, 20-5 5/13 North Carolina % W, 10-4 5/18 Loyola ( Md.) # W, 10-9 5/20 Maryland † L, 14-13 (2ot) & NCAA Tournament First Round % NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals # NCAA Tournament Semifinals † NCAA Championship Finals

^ at Vanderbilt & NCAA Tournament First Round % NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals

mby MOLLY FORD

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2002 (17-2)

Coach: Kim Simons 3/1 Richmond 3/3 at Princeton 3/8 Vanderbilt 3/10 at Virginia Tech 3/15 at Syracuse 3/24 at Duke 3/30 Rutgers 4/3 at Maryland 4/7 North Carolina 4/11 at James Madison 4/14 Boston College 4/16 William & Mary 4/20 Notre Dame 4/24 at Penn State 4/27 at Connecticut 5/9 Lafayette & 5/12 Duke % 5/17 Cornell # 5/19 Princeton †

& NCAA Tournament First Round % NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals # NCAA Tournament Semifinals † NCAA Championship Finals

W, 15-6 W, 15-13 W, 19-5 W, 11-9 W, 11-6 W, 8-7 W, 17-9 W, 10-6 L, 11-10 W, 9-8 W, 23-10 W, 21-12 W, 17-8 W, 18-9 W, 10-4 W, 20-9 W, 11-4 W, 12-10 L, 12-7

2003 (13-4)

Coach: Kim Simons 2/25 vs. Virginia Tech 3/5 at William & Mary 3/9 at Stanford 3/15 Syracuse 3/19 at Richmond 3/22 Duke 3/28 at Princeton 3/30 at Rutgers 4/2 Maryland 4/6 at North Carolina 4/11 James Madison 4/13 at Boston College 4/19 at Notre Dame 4/23 Penn State 4/27 Connecticut 5/8 James Madison & 5/11 at Virginia %

& NCAA Tournament First Round % NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals

W, 17-5 W, 15-13 W, 15-7 W, 13-3 W, 9-3 L, 14-11 L, 13-11 W, 6-5 L, 13-10 W, 9-6 W, 14-7 W, 11-6 W, 16-15 W, 19-9 W, 15-9 W, 9-5 L, 16-9


YEAR-By-YEAR Results 2004 (13-5)

Coach: Kim Simons 2/28 Cornell W, 16-8 3/7 at Virginia Tech W, 16-7 3/13 at Syracuse W, 10-5 3/17 William & Mary W, 18-3 3/21 at Duke W, 9-8 3/26 Princeton L, 9-7 3/28 Rutgers W, 13-6 4/4 North Carolina W, 14-3 4/7 at Maryland L, 13-8 4/10 Boston College W, 20-3 4/17 Notre Dame W ,9-7 4/21 at Penn State L, 9-7 4/24 at Connecticut W, 14-9 4/27 at James Madison L, 12-11 5/1 Stanford W, 12-3 5/13 at Duke & W, 13-12 (ot) 5/16 at Maryland % W, 14-10 5/21 Virginia # L, 12-9 & NCAA Tournament First Round % NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals # NCAA Tournament Semifinals

2005 (13-5)

Coach: Ricky Fried 3/2 Mount St. Mary’s W, 18-3 3/6 at Stanford W, 10-6 3/12 Syracuse W, 13-6 3/16 at William & Mary W, 15-7 3/19 Duke L, 10-7 3/26 at Rutgers W, 15-10 3/30 at Princeton L, 13-12 (2ot) 4/3 at North Carolina W, 11-10 4/6 Maryland W, 8-6 4/9 at Boston College W, 12-8 4/11 at Boston University L, 10-8 4/16 at Notre Dame W, 14-6 4/20 at Virginia W, 13-11 4/23 Connecticut W, 16-8 4/27 James Madison W, 13-8 5/7 Johns Hopkins L, 14-10 5/12 Towson & W, 15-14 5/15 at Dartmouth % L, 13-3 & NCAA Tournament First Round % NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals

2006 (14-4)

Coach: Ricky Fried 2/26 at Mount St. Mary’s W, 15-2 3/5 at Oregon W, 16-6 3/11 at Syracuse W, 10-7 3/15 William & Mary W, 13-3 3/18 at Duke L, 10-8 3/22 Princeton W, 9-7 3/25 Rutgers W, 15-7 3/31 North Carolina W, 8-7 (ot) 4/5 at Maryland W, 11-10 (ot) 4/9 at Boston University L, 9-8 4/15 Notre Dame W, 11-10 (2ot) 4/19 Virginia W, 8-4 4/22 at Connecticut W, 12-8 4/26 at James Madison L, 7-6 (ot) 4/29 Loyola (Md.) W, 9-8 (ot) 5/6 at Johns Hopkins W, 8-7 5/16 at Monmouth & W, 18-2 5/20 at Notre Dame % L, 12-9 & NCAA Tournament First Round % NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals

2007 (10-8)

Coach: Ricky Fried 2/24 James Madison L, 14-10 3/2 Oregon W, 11-6 3/10 Syracuse W, 9-8 (2OT) 3/14 Johns Hopkins W, 16-13 3/18 Duke L, 12-11 3/21 at George Mason W, 12-6 3/24 Rutgers W, 9-3 3/27 at William and Mary W, 13-5 3/30 at North Carolina L, 8-6 4/3 Maryland L, 14-10 4/7 at Loyola (Md.) W, 14-3 4/11 at Virginia L, 14-7 4/14 at Notre Dame L, 13-8 4/20 George Washington W, 18-7 4/22 Connecticut W, 15-9 4/27 vs. Notre Dame @ W, 12-10 4/29 at Syracuse + L, 12-7 5/6 at Princeton L, 12-11 @ BIG EAST Tournament Semifinals + BIG EAST Tournament Finals (Syracuse, N.Y.)

2008 (12-7)

Coach: Ricky Fried 2/20 at George Washington W, 11-10 2/23 Loyola (Md.) W, 16-9 2/27 George Mason W, 14-7 3/3 at Denver W, 12-11 3/7 at Johns Hopkins W, 12-10 3/15 at Duke L, 12-11 3/19 William & Mary W, 8-7 3/22 Rutgers W, 11-5 3/28 at Northwestern L, 7-6 3/30 at Louisville W, 13-5 4/5 at Syracuse L, 18-3 4/9 Virginia W, 8-7 4/12 Notre Dame L, 10-8 4/16 at Maryland L, 14-7 4/20 at Connecticut W, 16-7 4/25 at Notre Dame @ W, 15-14 4/27 vs. Syracuse + L, 12-6 5/3 Princeton W, 9-8 5/11 Duke & L, 10-8 @ BIG EAST Tournament Semifinals + BIG EAST Tournament Finals (Syracuse, N.Y.) & NCAA Tournament First Round

2009 (13-6)

Coach: Ricky Fried 2/21 George Washington W, 17-2 2/25 at Johns Hopkins W, 11-6 3/1 Denver W, 12-8 3/7 Northwestern L, 15-4 3/11 Maryland L, 14-12 3/14 Duke W, 12-11 3/18 at George Mason W, 16-10 3/21 at North Carolina L, 12-7 3/27 at Notre Dame W, 14-12 3/29 at Rutgers W, 9-5 4/3 Syracuse W, 11-10 (4ot) 4/5 Connecticut W, 19-8 4/11 at Louisville W, 15-11 4/15 at Loyola (Md.) L, 13-11 4/18 Cincinnati W, 18-6 4/24 Louisville @ W, 21-12 4/26 Notre Dame + L, 12-10 5/2 Yale W, 12-4 5/10 Princeton & L, 15-9 @ BIG EAST Tournament Semifinals + BIG EAST Tournament Finals & NCAA Tournament First Round

2010 (13-6)

Coach: Ricky Fried 2/24 Johns Hopkins W, 15-9 3/6 at Northwestern L, 15-10 3/9 at Florida W, 13-11 3/13 at Duke L, 10-8 3/17 at Maryland L, 20-11 3/20 North Carolina L, 13-6 3/26 at Villanova W, 20-7 3/28 Princeton L, 15-14 (3ot) 4/3 Notre Dame W, 12-10 4/5 Connecticut W, 18-9 4/9 at Cincinnati W, 21-8 4/11 at Louisville W, 17-13 4/17 Rutgers W, 19-12 4/23 at Yale W, 15-4 4/28 Loyola (Md.) W, 13-12 (2ot) 5/1 Syracuse W, 10-9 5/6 Loyola (Md.) @ W, 11-9 5/8 Syracuse + W, 13-11 5/15 Syracuse & L, 15-8 @ BIG EAST Tournament Semifinals + BIG EAST Tournament Finals & NCAA Tournament First Round+

2011 (9-8)

Coach: Ricky Fried 3/05 Northwestern L, 24-15 3/09 at Florida L, 17-10 3/12 Duke L, 13-5 3/16 at Johns Hopkins W, 12-11 3/19 at North Carolina L, 13-10 3/25 Villanova W, 17-12 3/27 at Princeton L, 12-11 4/01 at Connecticut W, 14-12 4/03 Yale W, 16-3 4/08 Cincinnati W, 17-2 4/10 Louisville W, 19-12 4/16 Syracuse W, 12-8 4/19 at Loyola (Md.) W, 15-13 4/23 at Notre Dame L, 13-10 4/28 Maryland L, 8-5 5/01 at Rutgers W, 9-8 5/05 Notre Dame @ L, 15-12 @ BIG EAST Tournament Semifinals

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all-time results by opponent American (3-0) 3/25/92 3/26/93 3/26/94

A H A

W, 5-4 W, 9-3 W, 13-2

Anne Arundel (0-0) 4/28/89 N*! W, 6-3 * MCWLA Tournament ! non-regulation game

Boston College (5-0) 3/28/01 4/14/02 4/13/03 4/10/04 4/9/05

A H A H A

W, 18-3 W, 23-10 W, 11-6 W, 20-3 W, 12-8

Boston University (0-2) 4/11/05 4/9/06

A A

L, 10-8 L, 9-8

4/23/05 4/22/06 4/22/07 4/20/08 4/5/09 4/5/10 4/1/11

H A H A H H A

W, 16-8 W, 12-8 W, 15-9 W, 16-7 W, 19-8 W, 18-9 W, 14-12

Cornell (2-0) 5/17/02 N# W, 12-10 2/28/04 H W, 16-8 # NCAA Tournament Semifinals

Dartmouth (0-2) 3/21/91 H L, 15-5 5/15/05 A% L, 13-3 % NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals

Denver (2-0) 3/3/08 3/1/09

A H

W, 12-11 W, 12-8

Brown (0-1) 3/23/97 N^ ^ at Maryland

L, 7-6

Bucknell (4-5) 3/22/87 3/19/88 3/18/89 3/17/90 4/10/91 4/23/92 4/17/93 4/17/94 4/2/95

A H A H A H A H A

L, 7-6 W, 9-7 L, 9-4 W, 7-2 L, 8-7 L, 11-7 L, 10-7 W, 18-2 W, 16-5

Catonsville C.C. (1-1) 4/13/77 4/28/78

A H

W, 5-4 L, 12-4

Cincinnati (3-0) 4/18/09 4/9/10 4/8/11

H A H

W, 18-6 W, 21-8 W, 17-2

Colgate (2-3) 3/17/91 3/19/92 3/21/93 3/19/94 3/14/95

H H H H H

L, 8-5 L, 11-8 L, 10-5 W, 10-9 (ot) W, 14-10

Connecticut (11-0)

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5/1/01 4/27/02 4/27/03 4/24/04

H A H A

W, 19-3 W, 10-4 W, 15-9 W, 14-9

Essex C.C. (2-4-1) 4/7/78 H L, 10-6 4/9/79 A L, N/A L, 15-10 4/10/80 H 3/25/82 H L, 16-3 4/25/83 A W, 9-3 3/29/84 H W, 11-5 T, 9-9 4/20/85 A W, 7-5 4/28/89 N*! 4/27/91 N*! W, 6-4 * MCWLA Tournament ! non-regulation game

Drexel (4-6) 4/15/87 4/16/88 4/1/89 4/13/90 4/23/91 4/16/92 4/15/93 4/14/94 3/11/95 3/12/96

H A H A H A H A H A

W, 13-6 L, 13-9 L, 12-7 L, 7-3 L, 14-7 L, 20-8 L, 17-7 W, 12-8 W, 19-6 W, 16-7

Duke (7-12) 4/21/96 H W, 18-2 3/15/97 H W, 12-6 3/28/98 A L, 11-9 3/26/99 H L, 10-9 3/25/00 A L, 13-9 3/24/01 H L, 8-7 3/24/02 A W, 8-7 5/12/02 H% W, 11-4 3/22/03 A L, 14-11 3/21/04 A W, 9-8 5/13/04 A& W, 13-12 (ot) 3/19/05 H L, 10-7 3/18/06 A L, 10-8 3/18/07 H L, 12-11 3/15/08 A L, 12-11 L, 10-8 5/11/08 H& 3/14/09 H W, 12-11 3/13/10 A L, 10-8 3/12/11 H L, 13-5 & NCAA Tournament First Round % NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals

florida (1-1) 3/9/10 3/9/11

A A

W, 13-11 L, 17-10

4/21/82 H 4/21/83 A 4/14/84 H 4/9/85 A H 4/4/86 3/24/88 A 4/29/89 N*! 4/27/91 N*! * MCWLA Tournament ! non-regulation game

L, 14-9 W, 8-3 W, 9-8 W, 13-8 W, 18-6 W, 13-4 W, 10-4 W, 16-1

Hartford (0-0) 4/27/91 N!* W, 15-3 * MCWLA Tournament ! non-regulation game

Hofstra (1-0) Frostburg State (3-7) 4/20/80 A L, 14-9 L, 12-2 4/28/81 H 4/20/82 A L, 21-5 4/14/83 H L, 13-9 L, 10-8 4/16/84 A 4/18/85 H W, 14-7 N* W, 6-4 5/1/88 W, 4-3 4/20/89 N*! W, 13-3 3/31/90 H N*! W, 7-6 5/6/90 L, 8-7 (ot) 3/12/91 A L, 7-6 4/28/91 N* * MCWLA Tournament ! non-regulation game

George Mason (11-0) 3/16/94 3/21/95 4/2/96 4/2/97 4/1/98 4/27/99 5/3/00 4/26/01 3/21/07 2/27/08 3/18/09

H A H A H A H A A H A

W, 13-1 W, 15-7 W, 14-5 W, 8-4 W, 22-11 W, 12-10 W, 19-15 W, 17-4 W, 12-6 W, 14-7 W, 16-10

George Washington (3-0) 4/20/07 2/20/08 2/21/09

H A H

W, 18-7 W, 11-10 W, 17-2

Goucher (8-3) 3/31/77 4/10/78 4/27/79 4/23/80 4/22/81

A H H H A

L, N/A W, 10-6 L, N/A W, 11-9 W, 10-4

5/10/01 H& W, 20-5 & NCAA Tournament First Round

Hood College (4-2-2) 4/4/78 4/6/79 4/25/80 4/25/81 1982 4/18/84 4/16/85 4/14/86

A H A H A H A H

W, 7-3 L, 6-4 T, 9-9 T, 10-10 L, 12-6 W, 20-7 W, 17-3 W, 16-2

James Madison (10-6) 4/20/91 A L, 17-9 4/11/92 H L, 15-4 4/27/95 H W, 7-6 4/25/96 A W, 9-6 4/23/97 H L, 13-11 (ot) 4/22/98 H W, 12-10 4/24/99 H W, 10-8 4/22/00 A W, 10-8 4/29/01 H W, 13-7 4/11/02 A W, 9-8 4/11/03 H W, 14-7 5/8/03 H& W, 9-5 4/27/04 A L, 12-11 4/27/05 H W, 13-8 4/26/06 A L, 7-6 (ot) 2/24/07 H L, 14-10 & NCAA Tournament First Round

Johns Hopkins (7-6) 4/15/77 4/17/79 4/4/81 4/26/88 4/25/89 4/24/90 5/7/05 5/6/06

A H A H A H H A

L, 9-4 L, 13-1 L, 12-2 L, 9-7 L, 10-5 W, 18-8 L, 14-10 W, 8-7


all-time results by opponent 3/14/07 3/7/08 2/25/09 2/24/10 3/16/11

H A A H A

W, 16-13 W, 12-10 W, 11-6 W, 15-9 W, 12-11

Lafayette (2-0) 5/4/97 N§ W, 10-4 5/9/02 H& W, 20-9 § ECAC Tournament at Yale & NCAA Tournament First Round

Lehigh (4-4) 3/21/87 A L, 10-5 3/27/91 A L, 11-6 3/17/92 H L, 14-3 4/4/93 A L, 13-7 3/20/94 H W, 5-4 3/19/95 A W, 15-10 5/6/95 N§ W, 8-5 3/13/99 H W, 19-3 § ECAC Tournament at Yale

Longwood (4-0) 4/12/87 3/27/88 3/30/89 4/20/90

A H A H

W, 10-3 W, 12-3 W, 12-5 W, 17-9

Louisville (5-0) 3/30/08 A W, 13-5 4/11/09 A W, 15-11 4/24/09 H@ W, 21-12 4/11/10 A W, 17-13 4/10/11 H W, 19-12 @ BIG EAST Tournament Semifinals

Loyola (Md.) (7-5) 3/25/77 H L, 12-2 4/13/78 A L, 14-2 L, 20-0 3/29/79 H A L, 20-0 4/2/81 5/18/01 N# W, 10-9 4/29/06 H W, 9-8 (ot) 4/7/07 A W, 14-3 2/23/08 H W, 16-9 4/15/09 A L, 13-11 4/28/10 H W, 13-12 (2ot) 5/6/10 N@ W, 11-9 4/19/11 A W, 15-13 @ BIG EAST Tournament Semifinals # NCAA Tournament Semifinals

Mary Washington (2-5) 4/4/79 4/1/80

A H

L, N/A L, 15-12

4/14/82 4/12/83 4/2/84 3/26/85 3/26/86

A H A H A

L, 13-3 L, 10-6 L, 15-4 W, 15-8 W, 14-7

Maryland (4-19) 3/29/77 H L, 23-0 3/29/78 A L, 11-3 3/26/95 H L, 17-7 3/23/96 A L, 17-1 4/16/97 H L, 15-10 4/15/98 H L, 10-7 4/14/99 H L, 21-9 5/8/99 A& L, 17-6 4/13/00 A L, 16-6 5/14/00 A! L, 7-6 (ot) 4/12/01 H L, 13-9 5/20/01 N† L, 14-13 (2ot) 4/3/02 A W, 10-6 4/2/03 H L, 13-10 4/7/04 A L, 13-8 5/16/04 A% W, 14-10 4/6/05 H W, 8-6 4/5/06 A W, 11-10 (ot) 4/3/07 H L, 14-10 4/16/08 A L, 14-7 3/11/09 H L, 14-12 3/17/10 A L, 20-11 4/28/11 H L, 8-5 & NCAA Tournament First Round % NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals † NCAA Tournament Finals

5/13/01 H% W, 10-4 4/7/02 H L, 11-10 4/6/03 A W, 9-6 4/4/04 H W, 14-3 4/3/05 A W, 11-10 3/31/06 H W, 8-7 (ot) 3/30/07 A L, 8-6 3/21/09 A L, 12-7 3/20/10 H L, 13-6 3/19/11 A L, 13-10 & NCAA Tournament First Round % NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals

Northwestern (0-5) 4/10/89 3/28/08 3/7/09 3/6/10 3/5/11

H A H A H

L, 12-1 L, 7-6 L, 15-4 L, 15-10 L, 24-15

Notre Dame College (4-4) 4/12/81 H L, 6-3 1982 H L, 12-7 3/22/83 A L, 7-4 3/25/84 H L, 5-3 4/22/85 H W, 17-11 4/9/86 H W, 18-8 4/4/87 H W, 18-4 4/29/89 N*! W, 10-4 * MCWLA Tournament ! non-regulation game

Notre Dame (11-6) Monmouth (1-0) 5/20/06 A& W, 18-2 & NCAA Tournament First Round

Mount St. Mary’s (6-0) 4/11/84 3/20/85 3/20/86 4/22/88 3/2/05 2/26/06

H H H A H A

W, 17-4 W, 14-5 W, 18-5 W, 8-6 W, 18-3 W, 15-2

Mount Vernon College (1-0) 3/22/89

H

W, 15-2

North Carolina (9-8) 4/10/96 H 4/12/97 A 4/11/98 H 4/10/99 A 5/5/99 H& 4/8/00 H 4/7/01 A

W, 10-7 L, 7-6 L, 10-7 L, 10-6 W, 7-6 W, 13-7 W, 15-9

4/5/00 H W, 14-4 4/22/01 A W, 17-7 4/20/02 H W, 17-8 4/19/03 A W, 16-15 (ot) 4/17/04 H W, 9-7 4/16/05 A W, 14-6 4/15/06 H W, 11-10 (2ot) 5/20/06 H% L, 12-9 L, 13-8 4/14/07 A 4/27/07 N@ W, 12-10 4/12/08 H L, 10-8 4/25/08 A@ W, 15-14 3/27/09 A W, 14-12 4/26/09 H+ L, 12-10 4/3/10 H W, 12-10 4/23/11 A L, 13-10 L, 15-12 5/5/11 N@ @ BIG EAST Tournament Semifinals + BIG EAST Tournament Finals % NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals

Old Dominion (0-1) 3/13/90

A

L, 8-4

Oregon (2-0) 3/5/06 3/2/07

A H

W, 16-6 W, 11-8

Penn State (3-3) 3/8/99 N^ 4/29/00 A 4/20/01 H 4/24/02 A 4/23/03 H 4/21/04 A ^ at Vanderbilt

L, 9-8 L, 16-13 W, 23-11 W, 18-9 W, 19-9 L, 9-7

Princeton (6-11) 3/6/97 H W, 8-7 3/21/98 A L, 6-5 5/6/98 A& L, 12-11 (ot) 3/28/99 H W, 10-4 3/18/00 A L, 8-6 H W, 15-10 5/5/01 3/3/02 A W, 15-13 5/19/02 N† L, 12-7 3/28/03 A L, 13-11 3/26/04 H L, 9-7 3/30/05 A L, 13-12 (ot) 3/22/06 H W, 9-7 5/6/07 A L, 12-11 H W, 9-8 5/3/08 5/10/09 A& L, 15-9 3/28/10 H L, 15-14 (3ot) 3/27/11 A L, 12-11 & NCAA Tournament First Round † NCAA Tournament Finals

Randolph-Macon (1-0) 4/21/90

H

W, 20-2

Richmond (5-10) 4/2/86 3/31/87 3/29/88 3/28/89 3/27/90 4/5/91 4/9/92 4/8/93 4/20/94 4/17/95 3/27/96 3/12/97 3/11/98 3/1/02 3/19/03

A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A

L, 18-8 L, 10-8 L, 15-1 L, 9-4 L, 8-5 L, 6-4 L, 15-6 L, 14-11 L, 17-14 W, 10-7 W, 15-3 L, 8-6 W, 18-5 W, 15-6 W, 9-3

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all-time results by opponent Rutgers (18-3) 3/25/91 3/21/92 4/10/93 4/9/94 4/8/95 4/20/96 4/19/97 4/18/98 4/3/99 4/1/00 3/31/01 3/30/02 3/30/03 3/28/04 3/26/05 3/25/06 3/24/07 3/22/08 3/29/09 4/17/10 5/1/11

A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A

W, 8-7 L, 10-4 W, 12-11 W, 21-14 L, 13-12 W, 12-6 W, 8-5 W, 13-9 L, 13-9 W, 16-6 W, 13-5 W, 17-9 W, 6-5 W, 13-6 W, 15-10 W, 15-7 W, 9-3 W, 11-5 W, 9-5 W, 19-12 W, 9-8

Salisbury State (6-4) 4/1/78 H 4/21/86 H 4/21/87 A 4/19/88 H 4/18/89 A 4/30/89 N*! 4/18/90 A 5/6/90 N* 4/18/91 N 4/27/91 N*! 4/7/92 A 4/24/93 H * MCWLA Tournament ! non-regulation game

L, 21-2 W, 14-11 L, 12-11 W, 12-6 W, 9-6 L, 7-5 L, 9-7 W, 14-11 W, 21-7 W, 9-5 L, 9-8 W, 15-5

St. Mary’s (9-0) 4/23/78 4/18/80 4/24/82 4/25/84 4/25/85 4/23/86 4/23/87 4/27/89 3/22/90

A A H A H H H H A

W, 5-4 W, 10-6 W, 21-15 W, 13-8 W, 17-4 W, 20-4 W, 20-4 W, 15-3 W, 16-4

Stanford (3-0) 3/9/03 5/1/04 3/6/05

A H A

W, 15-7 W, 12-3 W, 10-6

Syracuse (14-4) 3/17/99 H W, 17-9 A W, 16-12 3/8/00 W, 11-10 5/11/00 H& H W, 18-6 3/17/01 W, 11-6 3/15/02 A 3/15/03 H W, 13-3 W, 10-5 3/13/04 A W, 13-6 3/12/05 H W, 10-7 3/11/06 A W, 9-8 (2ot) 3/10/07 H 4/29/07 N+ L, 12-7 A L, 18-3 4/5/08 4/27/08 N+ L, 12-6 4/3/09 H W, 11-10 (4ot) A W, 10-9 5/1/10 N+ W, 13-11 5/8/10 L, 15-8 5/15/10 H& 4/16/11 H W, 12-8 + BIG EAST Tournament Finals & NCAA Tournament First Round

Temple (1-4) Shippensburg (2-2) 4/15/91 4/12/92 4/19/93 4/12/94

A H A H

L, 14-13 W, 10-7 L, 15-14 (ot) W, 18-8

Slippery Rock (2-1) 3/20/89 3/19/90 3/18/91

H H H

L, 8-5 W, 12-4 W, 17-7

Saint Joseph’s (Pa.) (3-0) 4/3/93 4/5/94 4/20/95

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A H A

W, 21-5 W, 19-9 W, 19-1

4/26/94 4/25/95 4/30/96 4/30/97 4/30/98

H A H A H

W, 9-7 L, 5-14 L, 6-7 L, 5-8 L, 8-11

Towson (9-7) 4/10/87 4/14/88 4/13/89 4/26/90 4/25/91 4/30/92 4/29/93 4/28/94 4/22/95 4/17/96 4/8/97 4/25/98

H A H A H H H A H A H H

L, 12-11 L, 6-5 L, 10-1 L, 13-1 L, 10-4 L, 19-3 L, 15-4 W, 14-11 W, 14-5 W, 11-6 W, 14-3 W, 14-10

3/31/99 H W, 13-8 W, 15-4 3/29/00 A 3/1/01 H W, 16-3 W, 15-14 5/12/05 H& & NCAA Tournament First Round

UMBC (6-18) 4/19/78 4/11/79 3/29/80 3/28/81 4/17/82 4/16/83 3/31/84 4/3/85 4/7/86 4/7/87 4/6/88 4/4/89 4/4/90 4/3/91 3/23/92 4/1/92 3/31/93 3/31/94 3/30/95 5/2/96 3/25/97 4/8/98 4/7/99 4/25/00

H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H H H A H A H

L, 9-6 L, N/A L, 13-5 L, 12-1 L, 20-8 L, 13-2 L, 6-3 L, 12-4 L, 14-13 L, 10-9 L, 10-7 L, 7-5 L, 13-4 L, 13-8 W, 8-7 L, 15-7 L, 16-9 L, 13-7 L, 8-7 W, 16-3 W, 17-2 W, 13-5 W, 14-7 W, 17-3

Virginia (3-7) 4/11/95 A L, 7-4 L, 9-3 3/10/96 H 3/9/97 A L, 14-4 L, 16-8 3/14/98 H 5/11/03 A% L, 16-9 5/21/04 N# L, 12-9 4/20/05 A W, 13-11 W, 8-4 4/19/06 H 4/11/07 A L, 14-7 H W, 8-7 4/9/08 & NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals # NCAA Tournament Semifinals

Virginia Tech (4-0) 3/7/01 3/10/02 2/25/03 3/7/04

H A N A

W, 21-7 W, 11-9 W, 17-5 W, 16-7

Washington College (1-1) 3/30/82 4/19/83

A H

L, 9-7 W, 11-9

Western Maryland (0-2) 4/27/86 N* L, 14-12 4/26/87 N* L, 15-2 * MCWLA Tournament

William & Mary (12-1) Vanderbilt (6-0) 3/8/96 3/7/98 3/6/99 3/5/00 3/4/01 3/8/02

H H A H A H

W, 15-8 W, 15-7 W, 11-8 (ot) W, 15-7 W, 10-4 W, 19-5

Villanova (9-5) 4/5/77 4/8/89 4/7/91 4/4/92 3/28/93 3/27/94 4/4/95 4/13/96 3/29/97 4/3/98 4/17/99 3/15/00 3/26/10 3/25/11

H A H A H A H A H A H A A H

L, N/A L, 7-4 L, 12-8 L, 16-7 W, 11-3 L, 10-9 W, 11-7 W, 13-5 W, 11-10 W, 16-3 W, 14-4 W, 17-0 W, 20-7 W, 17-12

3/17/96 3/19/97 3/23/98 3/21/99 3/12/00 3/14/01 4/16/02 2/25/03 3/17/04 3/16/05 3/15/06 3/27/07 3/19/08

H A H A H A H A H A H A H

W, 8-5 L, 6-3 W, 12-7 W, 6-5 (ot) W, 12-3 W, 9-7 W, 21-12 W, 15-13 W, 18-3 W, 15-7 W, 13-3 W, 13-5 W, 8-7

Wilson (2-0) 4/25/79 4/12/80

H H

W, Forf. W, 24-2

Yale (4-1) 5/7/95 A§ 5/5/97 A§ 5/2/09 H 4/23/10 A 4/3/11 H § ECAC Tournament

L, 10-7 W, 5-4 W, 12-4 W, 15-4 W, 16-3


series record vs. all opponents Opponent Record (W-L-T) First

Last

Opponent Record (W-L-T) First

Last

American

3-0

1992 1994

Mt. Vernon College

1-0

1989

Anne Arundel

0-0

1989

1989

North Carolina

9-8

1996 2011

Boston College

5-0

2001

2005

Northwestern

0-5

1989 2011

Boston University

0-2

2005

2006

Notre Dame College

3-4

1981

Brown

0-1

1997 1997

Notre Dame

11-6 2000 2011

Bucknell

4-5

1987 1995

Old Dominion

0-1

1990

Catonsville C.C.

1-1

1977

Oregon

2-0

2006 2007

Cincinnati

3-0

2009 2011

Penn State

3-3

1999

Colgate

2-3

1991 1995

Princeton

6-11 1997 2011

Connecticut

11-0 2001 2011

Randolph-Macon

1-0

Cornell

2-0

2002 2004

Richmond

5-10 1986 2003

Dartmouth

0-2

1991 2005

Rutgers

18-3 1991 2011

Denver

2-0

2008 2009

Salisbury State

6-4

1978

Drexel

4-6

1987 1996

Shippensburg

2-2

1991 1994

Duke

7-12 1996 2011

Slippery Rock

2-1

1989

1991

Essex C.C.

2-4-1

Saint Joseph’s (Pa.)

3-0

1993

1995 1990

1978

1978

1991

1989

1989

1990

2004

1990 1990

1993

Florida

1-1

2010 2011

St. Mary’s

9-0

1978

Frostburg State

3-7

1980

1991

Stanford

3-0

2003 2005

George Mason

11-0

1994

2009

Syracuse

14-4 1999 2011

George Washington

3-0

2007

2009

Temple

1-4

1994 1998

Goucher

8-3

1977 1991

Towson

9-7

1987 2005

Hartford

0-0

1991 1991

UMBC

6-18 1978 2000

Hofstra

1-0

2001 2001

Vanderbilt

6-0

1996 2002

Hood College

4-2-2

1978

1986

Villanova

9-5

1977 2011

James Madison

11-5

1991

2007

Virginia

3-7

1995 2008

Johns Hopkins

7-6

1977 2011

Virginia Tech

4-0

2001

2004

Lafayette

2-0

1997 2002

Washington College

1-1

1982

1983

Lehigh

4-4

1987 1999

Western Maryland

0-2

1986

1987

Longwood

4-0

1987 1990

William & Mary

12-1

1996

2008

Louisville

5-0

2008 2011

Wilson

2-0

1979 1980

Loyola (Md.)

7-5

1977 2011

Yale

4-1

1995 2011

Mary Washington

2-5

1979

Totals

Maryland

4-19 1977 2011

Monmouth

1-0

2006 2006

Mount St. Mary’s

6-0

1984

1986

262-188-3 (.582)

Bold indicates 2012 opponent

2006

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Alumnae Experience

Erika Gabrielsen Neumann ‘89

Laura Farina ‘83

Kristin Raneri Nicolini ‘02

Sheehan Stanwick ’01

The opportunity to play lacrosse at Georgetown while simultaneously pursuing academic study at one of the leading schools in the country surpassed every life dream I had when I applied to the school. I never thought I could actually keep up and have it all – to push myself academically, athletically, socially and spiritually. But I did have it all - I was so impressed by the high goals and achievements of my peers that I pushed myself to higher standards. In many regards, Georgetown laid the groundwork for all my future goals at ever-higher standards.

Looking back on my years on the Hilltop, I am grateful for each experience that I had there but mostly for my team- I couldn’t imagine my life without them. Both on the field and in the classroom I was always challenged to reach my limits and then at that point I often realized that they hadn’t even been reached. I wouldn’t trade my four years at Georgetown for anything.

Jessica Walls Beers ‘01

Georgetown University was the best experience I could have ever imagined, it had everything I wanted: a very ‘city experience’, yet a beautiful, authentic college campus. Smart challenging people and classes, with a blast of a social life. The campus was the perfect size, manageable yet still grand. Playing lacrosse and field hockey I not only experienced great competition and successes, but I also made some of the best friends I could have asked for. Being on those teams contributed largely to the person I am today. I would not trade going to GU for anything, quite frankly, I think it is the best overall university there is. Every time I am asked where I went to college, I love to see the impressed look on people’s faces, it makes me proud everyday. Having Georgetown on my resume has proven to be more golden than I ever even realized as a young student. It gets you places, plain and simple.

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I cannot imagine my Georgetown experience without athletics. In my freshman year, I played basketball as a walk-on and then moved from the court to the turf for three years of lacrosse. While my academic life was so rich (double majored in history and government), it is my passion for athletics that still connects me to the Hilltop. Currently I serve on the Executive Board of Hoyas Unlimited and am working toward a masters (MPS) in sports industry management at Georgetown while working full time as a lawyer. I feel incredibly fortunate to be tied to Georgetown past, present and future.

I decided to spend four years on the Hilltop because I wanted to be challenged. The education I received at Georgetown goes far beyond the courses I took, it also includes invaluable lessons that I learned on the lacrosse field. When I was first looking at colleges, one of the things that attracted me to Georgetown was its reputation for both academics and athletics; however, equally important was the opportunity to be part of a building program. When I was a freshman at Georgetown, our team goal was to advance to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in the program’s history. We accomplished this feat, and it was a thrilling experience! By my senior season, our team goal was to play in the National Championship. Though we ultimately lost the championship in sudden-death overtime, I was part of something extremely special. I was a part of a team that believed they could win, and worked incredibly hard to do so. My Georgetown education has opened so many doors in my career and personal life. The desire to be the best is something that was ingrained as a student-athlete at Georgetown, and something that lives with me today.

Margo Doyle ‘94

Georgetown offered everything I wanted in a college experience - a top tier lacrosse program, challenging academics, opportunities to get involved with the school through student government and a strong social life. Now, 15 years later, I am constantly reminded of how learning to balance all aspects of my college experience helped me in my professional career and personal life. I am proud to have represented Georgetown as an athlete. Through athletics, I felt that I was able to give something back to the school for all I had gained in my four years.

Liz Ryan ‘03

Bleeding Hoya Blue is great. I hope I still have at least a blue tint in my veins. Playing lacrosse with my best friends and earning a diploma from a top school equaled a fun adventure. Each day presented a new athletic or academic challenge and an opportunity to laugh with teammates.

Jacqueline Proch


WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Guerin Fritzlen Olsen (F’80)

Erin Elbe (C’02)

kristin smith (C‘06)

Vice President, Equity Trader, Friedman, Billings, Ramsey, N.Y.

Master’s in Couseling Psychology, Immaculata University, Immaculata, Pa.

Mary Stuart-Kilner (C’81)

kristin raneri nicolini (C’02)

Stephanie Zodtner (B’06)

Director of Online Communication, Baltimore, Md.

SEI Company, and coaching for the Phantastix. Philadelphia, Pa.

Laura Farina (C’83)

Melissa Biles (C’03)

Chloe Asselin (C‘07)

Associate Degree Candidate (baking & pastry),Culinary Institute of America, St. Helena, Calif.

Master’s in Education, UCLA, Los Angeles, Calif.

Bethany Feil Taibl (C’03)

Women’s Stylist, Ralph Lauren, New York, N.Y.

Math Teacher, Metro State College of Denver, Englewood, Colo.

Vice President of Finance, PNC Bank, Cranston, R.I.

Lawyer, Silver Spring, Md.

Sandi L. Manus (C’90)

Gastroenterology Fellowship, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, N.C.

Sarah O’Brien (B’90) Relationship Manager, Citigroup, New York, N.Y.

Amanda Marsted (I’91)

Private Wealth Manager, Brown Brothers Harriman, New York, N.Y.

Rachael A. Ryan (C’92)

History and American Government Teacher and Head Field Hockey Coach, Taft School, Watertown, Conn.

Karen Butler-Colbert (N’94) Executive Director of a Non-Profit Gynocology Clinic, Bethesda, Md.

Michelle Cajulis (C’94, M’98) Physician, St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital, Moorestown, N.J.

Christine Flynn Regan (B’96) Director of Retail Operations for New Business Development, Tiffany & Co., Kinnelon, N.J.

Executive Assistant, George Washington University Athletic Department, Washington, D.C.

Claire Foster Avett (MSB’03) Policy Analyst, International Relations, ExportImport Bank of the United States, Washington, D.C.

Keri McBride Maccoll (C’03) Equities Trading Desk, JP Morgan, New York, N.Y.

Tracy Weickel (B’03) Account Representative, Benfield, Inc., New York, N.Y.

Michi Ellers (C’04)

Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

Gloria Lozano (F’04)

Campus Recruiter, Deloitte Consulting, Philadelphia, Pa.

Schuyler Sutton (C‘07)

Amelia wesselink (C’08) Master’s in Public Health, UC-Berekley, Berkeley, Calif.

margot ellis (C‘09)

Group Sales Manager, Blazing Adventures, Aspen, Colo.

JORDAN TRAUTMAN (C’09)

Coordinator of Player Engagement, NFL Alumni, New York, N.Y.

Emily bock (C‘10)

Sales Associate, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Baltimore, Md.

Molly Ford (MSB’10)

Varsity Lacrosse Coach, The Stowe School, Buckingham, England

Jacqueline Proch (C’10)

Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach, American University, Washington, D.C.

Lauren Clegg (C’98)

Lauryn Bernier Schothorst (C’05)

Blake Sheehan (MSB’10)

Legislative Assistant, House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.

Associate Portfolio Manager, Brown Advisory, Bethesda, Md.

Jordan Keating (C ’00)

Ali Chambers (B’05)

sarah seats (MSB’10)

Business Planner, DKNY Jeans, New York, N.Y.

Assistant Planner, Saks Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y.

Bowen Holden (C’01)

Catherine Elbe (B’05)

jordyn Kirr (C‘11)

Senior Manager Program Planning, College Sports Television, New York, N.Y.

Account Executive, Online Advertising, New York Post, New York, N.Y.

Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Mass.

Sarah Oglesby (C’01) Owner, OGS, LLC, Baltimore, Md.

Sheehan Stanwick Burch (C’01)

Account Manager, Equity Sales, American Stock Exchange, New York, N.Y.

Traffic Analyst, SB Nation, Washington, D.C.

Sarah Oliphant (C’05)

Evans Capitol Group, Washington, D.C.

Key Account Sales Coordinator, Under Armour, Baltimore, Md.

Lauren Redler (C’05)

Lauren Thomas (C‘11)

Television Analyst, CBS Sports Network, Baltimore, Md.

Medical Student, Georgetown Medical School, Washington, D.C.

Jess Walls (C’01)

Paige Andrews (B‘06)

First Grade Teacher, Bonsall Elementary School, Camden, N.J.

Investment Management Division, Goldman Sachs, New York, N.Y.

Kate Ahearn (C’02)

lucy poole (C‘06)

Tenant Representative, CB-Richard Eliis, Washington, D.C.

Logan Mccraw (B‘11)

Consumer Advocate, LivingSocial, Washington, D.C.

Master’s of Education, University of London, London, England

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2012 OPPONENTS DELAWARE

PENN

SYRACUSE

VILLANOVA

LOYOLA (MD.)

NOTRE DAME

February 29 • Multi-Sport Field (2,500) Conference........................................................... Colonial Enrollment................. 16,661 undergrad, 21,177 total Head Coach................................................Kateri Linville 2011 Record (Conf.)........................................8-9 (3-4) Location.........................................................Newark, Del. SID Lauren Boots Email ......................................................lboots@udel.edu Office Phone...........................................302-831-6389 Website............................................ www.bluehens.com

March 3 • Villanova Stadium (12,500) Conference.......................................................BIG EAST Enrollment....................6,352 undergrad, 10,467 total Head Coach................................................... Julie Young 2011 Record (Conf.)..................................... 5-11 (1-7) Location........................................................ Villanova, Pa. SID Mike Sheridan Email michael.sheridan@villanova.edu Office Phone........................................... 610-519-4145 Website............................................. www.villanova.com

FLORIDA

March 7 • Donald R. Dizney Stadium (1,500) Conference.......................................American Lacrosse Enrollment.................32,064 undergrad, 50,116 total Head Coach......................................... Amanda O’Leary 2011 Record (Conf.)..................................... 16-4 (5-0) Location................................................... Gainesville, Fla. SID Marla Glasser Email ............................................................................. TBA Office Phone............................................................... TBA Website.......................................... www.gatorzone.com

DUKE

March 10 • Koskinen Stadium (7,000) Conference................................................Atlantic Coast Enrollment.................... 6,526 undergrad, 14,746 total Head Coach................................................ Kerstin Kimel 2011 Record (Conf.)..................................... 15-5 (4-1) Location....................................................... Durham, N.C. SID Ashley Wolf Email ............................................ awolf@duaa.duke.edu Office Phone.........................................(919) 668-5739 Website............................................... www.goduke.com

JOHNS HOPKINS

March 14 • Multi-Sport Field (2,500) Conference.......................................American Lacrosse Enrollment...................... 4,964 undergrad, 6,754 total Head Coach............................................... Janine Tucker 2011 Record (Conf.)........................................9-8 (1-4) Location..................................................... Baltimore, Md. SID Jill Olsen Email ...................................................... jolsen6@jhu.edu Office Phone........................................ (410) 516-0638 Website...................................www.hopkinssports.com

NORTH CAROLINA

March 17 • Fetzer Field (7,000) Conference................................................Atlantic Coast Enrollment...............................................................18,579 Head Coach.................................................... Jenny Levy 2011 Record (Conf.)..................................... 15-6 (3-2) Location................................................. Chapel Hill, N.C. SID Matt Bowers Email ................................ mattbowers@uncaa.unc.edu Office Phone........................................... 919-962-7259 Website........................................ www.tarheelblue.com

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March 21 • Franklin Field (52,593) Conference...................................................... Ivy League Enrollment.................10,394 undergrad, 21,203 total Head Coach.................................Karin Brower Corbett 2011 Record (Conf.)..................................... 11-6 (6-1) Location..................................................Philadelphia, Pa. SID Chas Dorman Email ................................................dorman@upenn.edu Office Phone............................................215-573-4125 Website.................................... www.pennathletics.com

March 24 • Ridley Athletic Complex (6,000) Conference.......................................................BIG EAST Enrollment............................................. 3,757 undergrad Head Coach....................................................Jen Adams 2011 Record (Conf.)..................................... 17-3 (6-2) Location.........................................................Towson, Md. SID Amanda McClure Email ............................................asmcclure@loyola.edu Office Phone............................................ 410-617-2777 Website............................ www.loyolagreyhounds.com

AMERICAN

April 14 • Carrier Dome (52,000) Conference.......................................................BIG EAST Enrollment.............................................................. 12,560 Head Coach...................................................... Gary Gait 2011 Record (Conf.)..................................... 10-8 (7-1) Location..................................................... Syracuse, N.Y. SID Susie Mehringer Email ....................................................skmehrin@syr.edu Office Phone...........................................315-443-2608 Website.........................................www.suathletics.com

April 21 • Multi-Sport Field (2,500) Conference.......................................................BIG EAST Enrollment................... 8,510 undergrad, 11,985 total Head Coach....................................Christine Halfpenny 2011 Record (Conf.)..................................... 10-9 (6-2) Location.................................................Notre Dame, Ind. SID Russell Dorn / Brent Henningfield Email dorn.7@nd.edu / brent.a.henningfield@nd.edu Office Phone............................................ 574-631-7516 Website......................................................www.und.com

MARYLAND

March 27 • William I. Jacobs Rec. Complex Conference............................................... Patriot League Enrollment....................6,657 undergrad, 12,033 total Head Coach...........................................Laura Campbell 2011 Record (Conf.)........................................9-8 (3-3) Location............................................... Washington, D.C. SID ............................................................ Katie Mattern Email .......................................... mattern@american.edu Office Phone...........................................202-885-3030 Website............................................ www.aueagles.com

April 25 • Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex (1,400) Conference................................................Atlantic Coast Enrollment..................24,814 undergrad, 37,595 total Head Coach................................................ Cathy Reese 2011 Record (Conf.)..................................... 21-2 (5-0) Location............................................... College Park, Md. SID Jodi Fick Email .......................................................... jfick@umd.edu Office Phone........................................... 301-314-7064 Website..............................................www.umterps.com

CONNECTICUT

RUTGERS

March 30 • Multi-Sport Field (2,500) Conference.......................................................BIG EAST Enrollment.........21,881 undergraduate, 30,034 total Head Coach................................................ Katie Woods 2011 Record (Conf.)........................................9-7 (3-5) Location....................................................... Storrs, Conn. SID Matt Lee Email .................................... matthew.2.lee@uconn.edu Office Phone...........................................860-486-3531 Website................................... www.uconnhuskies.com

CINCINNATI

April 5 • Multi-Sport Field Conference.......................................................BIG EAST Enrollment................. 24,193 undergrad, 41,357 total Head Coach............................................... Lellie Swords 2010 Record (Conf.)..................................... 2-13 (0-7) Location.................................................. Cincinnati, Ohio SID Katie Baran Email ......................................................barabke@uc.edu Office Phone........................................... 513-556-5191 Website........................................www.gobearcats.com

LOUISVILLE

April 7 • U of L Lacrosse Stadium (1,050) Conference.......................................................BIG EAST Enrollment.................15,818 undergrad, 22,290 total Head Coach..................................................Kellie Young 2011 Record (Conf.)..................................... 10-7 (3-5) Location........................................................ Louisville, Ky. SID Ira Green Email ira.green@louisville.edu Office Phone........................................... 502-852-4857 Website.......................................... www.uoflsports.com

April 28 • Multi-Sport Field (2,500) Conference.......................................................BIG EAST Enrollment.................43,380 undergrad, 58,180 total Head Coach........................................ Laura Brand-Sias 2010 Record (Conf.)........................................9-7 (3-5) Location.....................................................Livingston, N.J. SID Hasim Phillips Email ............................... hphillips@scarletknights.com Office Phone........................................... 732-445-4200 Website................................... www.scarletknights.com


THE BIG EAST CONFERENCE he 2011-12 academic year is the 33rd in the history of T The BIG EAST Conference as the unique consortium marches on competing at the highest level with integrity and sportsmanship. The BIG EAST has gone through membership changes since its birth, but the 2011-12 year marks the conference’s seventh straight with the same 16-member group, making for the nation’s largest Division I-A conference. The BIG EAST Conference’s goals have always been the same. The outstanding performances of the student-athletes at BIG EAST schools are evidence of the league’s proud tradition of success. The league has always been able to boast that many of its best students are also its

chase at the NCAA outdoor meet. Moore and Reid joined Notre Dame soccer standout Melissa Henderson as winners of Honda Sports Awards as the top performers in their respective sports. Moore also became the first three-time winner of the Wade Trophy as the nation’s top women’s basketball player and joined Villanova lacrosse player Brian Karalunas as winners of the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. BIG EAST football maintained its national profile as a competitively balanced group.

the last 13 NCAA championships. BIG EAST women’s teams have taken seven of the last 12 NCAA titles. Proactive movement has been a signature strategy for the conference that was born in 1979. The BIG EAST continually turns challenges into opportunities to become stronger. The conference currently crowns champions in 24 sports. The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic directors from Providence College, St. John’s, Georgetown and Syracuse universities. Seton Hall, Connecticut and Boston College completed the original seven school alliance. While the membership has both increased and changed, the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a tradition of broad based programs, led by administrators and

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best athletes. The 2010-11 year was no different. Seven BIG EAST student-athletes were named NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners, while 22 earned Capital One Academic AllAmerica recognition. Maya Moore, Connecticut’s women’s basketball standout, won the NCAA Honda-Broderick Cup as the nation’s top female student-athlete and was chosen as the Capital One Academic All-America of the Year. In the athletic arena, BIG EAST studentathletes again enjoyed success on the national stage. The Connecticut men’s basketball team won its third national championship, completing a magical run through five games of the BIG EAST Championship and six wins in the NCAA tournament. The Villanova women’s cross country team won the NCAA title for the second straight year and the ninth time overall. The Notre Dame women’s soccer team won its third NCAA title, while BIG EAST teams reached national championship games in women’s basketball (Notre Dame) and men’s soccer (Louisville). The BIG EAST placed two teams in the NCAA Women’s Final Four for the second time in the last three years as Connecticut joined Notre Dame in Indianapolis, capping a season in which the Huskies extended their NCAA-record winning streak to 90 games. Individually, BIG EAST student-athletes won five NCAA championships, including an unprecedented four by Villanova’s Sheila Reid. Reid was the 2010 individual cross country champion, a member of the Wildcats’ winning indoor distance medley relay team and won the 5,000- and 1,500-meter titles in outdoor track & field. Louisville’s Matt Hughes, meanwhile, repeated as the NCAA champion in the 3,000-meter steeple-

Connecticut claimed the league’s Bowl Championship Series bid for the first time as the Huskies shared the conference title with Pittsburgh and West Virginia. Six of the league’s eight squads went to bowl games and helped the BIG EAST post a 4-2 bowl record for the second straight year. The BIG EAST became the nation’s largest Division I-A conference in 2005-06 when five new members began competing – the University of Cincinnati, DePaul University, the University of Louisville, Marquette University and the University of South Florida. BIG EAST institutions reside in nine of the nation’s top 35 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Cincinnati and Milwaukee. With its newest members, BIG EAST markets contain almost one-fourth of all television households in the U.S. When Texas Christian University joins the conference in the 2012-13 academic year, the conference will have a footprint in 30 percent of the nation’s television households. Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 31 national championships in six different sports and 133 student-athletes have won individual national titles. In 2003-04, Connecticut became the first school in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball titles in the same season. In ’02-03, the BIG EAST became the first conference in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s titles in the same year when the Syracuse men and the Connecticut women captured their respective national championships. In men’s basketball, BIG EAST squads have won four of

coaches who place a constant emphasis on academic integrity. Its student athletes own significantly high graduation rates and their record of scholastic achievement notably show a balance between intercollegiate athletics and academics. Any successful organization has had the good fortune to have outstanding leadership. The BIG EAST primarily was the brainchild of Dave Gavitt, who was the conference’s first Commissioner. Michael Tranghese, the league’s first full-time employee, and for 11 years the associate to Gavitt, became Commissioner in 1990. In his first year, he administered the formation of The BIG EAST Football Conference. John Marinatto, who had served as senior associate commissioner, moved into the Commissioner’s chair in 2009 and has continued to steer the conference on its path of success. The league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for BIG EAST student athletes. The conference has enjoyed longstanding relationships with CBS, ESPN, Inc. and ABC. BIG EAST men’s basketball games are regular sellouts at campus and major public arenas, including the annual men’s BIG EAST Championship in Madison Square Garden. The women’s basketball championship has led all conferences in attendance for the past eight years. Attendance figures also are significant in soccer and baseball. The BIG EAST has its headquarters in Providence where the conference administers to more than 5,500 student-athletes.

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COMPLIANCE & HOYA CROSSE CLUB COMPLIANCE The Athletics Compliance Office coordinates the athletics compliance efforts of Georgetown University and acts as a resource and solution center concerning NCAA regulations and compliance issues. The primary functions of the Athletics Compliance Office are to coordinate, administer, monitor and verify the accurate and timely completion of NCAA-required procedures and to assist in maintaining institutional compliance with all NCAA, Conference and University rules. In addition, the Athletics Compliance Office provides educational programming and interpretive support to ensure that all individuals involved with the athletics program fully understand the University’s compliance expectations. The following general information is provided by the Georgetown University Athletics Compliance Office for supporters and friends of Georgetown Athletics as well as prospective student-athletes who may be recruited by Georgetown University. Key Definitions Prospective Student-Athlete: A prospective student-athlete (“prospect”) is a student who has started classes for the ninth grade, regardless whether he or she participates in athletics. A prospective student-athlete maintains his or her identity as a prospect, even after he or she signs a National Letter of Intent or financial aid agreement, until he or she attends the first day of classes of a regular term or participates in an official team practice, whichever is earlier. Representative of Athletics Interests: A representative of the institution’s athletics interests (a.k.a. Booster) is an individual who: • has ever made a financial contribution to the athletic department or any organization that promotes Georgetown’s athletics (e.g., HOYAS UNLIMITED). • is a member of an organization that promotes a HOYA athletic team. • has or is involved in promoting Georgetown’s athletics program in any way. • has been otherwise in promoting the institution’s athletics program. • Once an individual is identified as a representative, the person retains that identity forever. WHO IS PERMITTED TO RECRUIT FOR GEORGETOWN? Only Georgetown University coaches who have successfully completed the NCAA Recruiting Rules Examination on an annual basis may be involved in the recruitment process. Boosters may not make any recruiting contacts. This includes letters, telephone calls or face-to-face contact on or off campus with a prospect or the prospect’s parents. Representatives of Georgetown’s Athletics Interest MAY: • Offer summer employment to prospective student-athletes who have signed a National Letter of Intent and to enrolled student-athletes, after contacting the Athletics Compliance Office. • Support Georgetown’s athletics program by attending HOYA athletics contests and by making financial contributions to Georgetown athletics. Representatives of Georgetown’s Athletics Interest MAY NOT: • Be involved in the recruitment of prospective student-athletes in any way. • Provide extra benefits (i.e., discounts, gifts, transportation) to prospective student-athletes, enrolled student-athletes or their parents, legal guardian(s), relatives or friends; and • Provide any financial assistance to prospective student-athletes, enrolled student-athletes or their parents, legal guardian(s), relatives or friends. • For more information, please contact the Georgetown University Athletics Compliance Office at (202) 687-6573 or (202) 687-8262.

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HOYA CROSSE CLUB The Hoya Crosse Club is an organization of alumnae, parents, and friends of Georgetown Women’s Lacrosse whose primary purpose is to promote a heightened awareness of and an active interest in the Georgetown University women’s lacrosse program. Members have been actively involved in raising funds to supplement the budget and provide opportunities to the lacrosse program through annual, current-use donations. In addition, members receive newsletters and invitations to club events each year. The Hoya Crosse Club is completely volunteer driven, and is led by President Paige Andrews (B’06). If you are interested in helping the women’s lacrosse program through the Crosse Club, please contact Hoyas Unlimited at 202-687-7159 or email hoyasunlimited@ georgetown.edu.

Evan O’Neill


2012 Georgetown Women's Lacrosse Gameday Program