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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Table of Contents & Team Information

Team Information

2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010 Schedule

Head Coach ................................Suzanne Isidor (10th year)

4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Head Coach Suzanne Isidor

Career Record ..........................................129-94 (12 years)

3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010 Penn State Roster

Penn State Record ........................................74-79 (9 years)

5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Director of Operations Tara Hohenshelt

Director of Operations ............Tara Hohenshelt (11th year)

7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Assistant Coach Hannah Nielsen

8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010 Season Outlook

Assistant Coach ........................Hannah Nielsen (First year)

31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .American Lacrosse Conference

Home Fields......................................Holuba Hall (indoors)

33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009 Statistics

..................................................Jeffrey Field (natural grass)

6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Assistant Coach BJ Lucey

9-30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010 Penn State Nittany Lions

32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009 Results

34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Coaching History

Assistant Coach ................................BJ Lucey (Fourth year)

Team Manager ..........................................Chelsea Cameron

................................................................Bigler Field (turf )

35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Regular Season/Postseason History

Conference ................American Lacrosse Conference (ALC)

39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Diane Whipple Memorial Award

2009 Record....................................................................9-8

42-47 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Year-by-Year Results 47 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .All-Time Series Records

Letterwinners Returning/Lost ....................................24/10

50-55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .University and Community Section

Newcomers ........................................................................4

36-38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Penn State Records 40-41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Penn State Honors

48-49 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .All-Time Letterwinners 56 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Athletic Department Directory

Athletic Communications

2010 Captains ..eresa Bucci, Margo Josephs, Marisa Lozano

2009 ALC Record ..............................................2-2 (T2nd)

Starters Returning/Lost ..................................................9/3

All-Time Division I Record ......................426-200-5 (.679) NCAA Championship Appearances ................................17 NCAA Championships ......................................................5

Women’s Lacrosse Contact: John Regenfuss Mailing address: 101-H Bryce Jordan Center University Park, PA 16802 Office Phone: 814-865-1757 Cell Phone: 814-876-0824 FAX: 814-863-3165 Email: jmr49@psu.edu Website: www.GoPSUsports.com

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Statement of Nondiscrimination

Credits

e 2010 Penn State Women’s Lacrosse Yearbook was compiled, written and layed out by John Regenfuss; Jeff Nelson, Executive Editor; Michele Kopec, Design and Cover Art. Photos by or courtesy of: Ken Gilbert, Northwestern University, Pellerins Photography/FIL World Cup, Penn State Athletics, John Regenfuss, Mark Selders, Frank Speno, David D. Ward. Printed by: Jostens Copies Available to the public for $5 each. U.Ed. No. ICA-10-20

e Pennsylvania State University is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to programs, facilities, admission, and employment without regard to personal characteristics not related to ability, performance, or qualifications as determined by University policy or by state or federal authorities. e Pennsylvania State University does not discriminate against any person because of age, ancestry, color, disability or handicap, national origin, race, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Direct all inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policy to the Affirmative Action Director, e Pennsylvania State University, 328 Boucke Building, University Park, PA 16802-5901; tel. (814) 863-0471; TDD (814) 865-3175.

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2010 SCHEDULE

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at Delaware 12 p.m.

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at Vanderbilt 2 p.m.

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at Lehigh 7:30 p.m.

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NORTHWESTERN 12 p.m.

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February 14 16 21 26 28

LOYOLA (Md.) at Bucknell MARYLAND VERMONT COLGATE

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VIRGINIA at Delaware at Vanderbilt* at Lafayette WILLIAM & MARY

March

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1 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m.

April

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at Florida* at Lehigh NORTHWESTERN* at Ohio State* JOHNS HOPKINS*

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TEMPLE at ALC Championship (1)

May

WILLIAM & MARY 1 p.m.

COLGATE 1 p.m.

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JOHNS HOPKINS 1 p.m.

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VERMONT 6 p.m.

MARYLAND 1 p.m.

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at Lafayette 5 p.m.

at Bucknell 4 p.m.

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at Ohio State 1 p.m.

LOYOLA (Md.) 1 p.m.

May

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VIRGINIA 1 p.m.

April

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at Florida 12 p.m.

March

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TEMPLE 3 p.m.

February

12 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m.

ALL TIMES EASTERN (1) Hosted by e Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio * American Lacrosse Conference games


2010 PENN STATE ROSTER 2010 PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS No. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 21 22 23 24 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

Name Jackie Eastman Maggie Dunbar Mary LeNoir Margo Josephs Elaine Welch Jen Steadman Brittaney Chamberlain Katie Guy Maria Valderas Mary Dean Molly Fernandez Hayley Sofarnos eresa Bucci Marisa Lozano Kelsey Hughes Erica Mihm Cassie Speno Katy Wick Laura Lesnick eresa Zichelli Ashley Boccio Aly Adams Megan Hollerbach Colleen Shea Bridget Callahan Ashley Ross Stephanie Ellis Dana Cahill Lea Andress

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

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

Ht. 5-2 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-10 5-8 5-3 5-8 5-5 5-6 5-2 5-6 5-8 5-7 5-7 5-8 5-4 5-3 5-6 5-6 5-8 5-6 5-9 5-4 5-2 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-9

Hometown/High School Springfield, Pa./Springfield Cockeysville, Md./Saint Paul's School for Girls Timonium, Md./Maryvale Reisterstown, Md./Garrison Forest Bernardsville, N.J./Kent Place Sykesville, Md./Century Finksburg, Md./Westminster Whitby, Ontario/Anderson C.V.I. Catonsville, Md./Seton Keough Wyncote, Pa./Cheltenham Baltimore, Md./McDonogh School Williamstown, Australia/Westbourne Grammar Hudson, Ohio/Hudson Pittsburgh, Pa./Sewickley Academy Severna Park, Md./Severn School Annapolis, Md./Annapolis Summit, N.J./Kent Place Winter Springs, Fla./Winter Springs Jarrettsville, Md./North Harford Severna Park, Md./Severna Park Northport, N.Y./Northport Springfield, Pa./Springfield Annapolis, Md./Broadneck Baltimore, Md./Seton Keough Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown Fair Haven, Vt./Middlebury Union Bryn Mawr, Pa./Radnor Towson, Md./Mercy Doylestown, Pa./Central Bucks East

Head Coach: Suzanne Isidor (10th Year, Penn State) Director of Operations: Tara Hohenshelt (11th Year, Penn State) Assistant Coach: BJ Lucey (Fourth Year, Penn State) Assistant Coach: Hannah Nielsen (First Year, Northwestern)

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HEAD COACH SUZANNE ISIDOR Head Coach

Suzanne

ISIDOR 10th Year

Penn State • 1995

Former Nittany Lion standout Suzanne Isidor returns for her 10th season at the helm of the Penn State women’s lacrosse program. Isidor has compiled a 74-79 record in her nine seasons as the head coach of the Nittany Lions. e eighth coach in Penn State women’s lacrosse history, Isidor and the Nittany Lions etched their name in the record book on March 20, 2002 when they took the field for a contest against Johns Hopkins, becoming the first women’s lacrosse program in current Division I history to play 500 games.

SUZANNE ISIDOR - CAREER RECORD

Yr. 1997^ 1998^ 1999^ 2000^ 2001* 2002* 2003* 2004* 2005* 2006* 2007* 2008* 2009*

Rec. 13-2 15-4 13-5 14-4 8-10 8-9 9-8 6-11 12-5 8-8 9-8 5-12 9-8

Career 129-94 at PSU 74-79

Finish 2nd place, MAC MAC Champs/ECAC 2nd MAC/ECAC Champs MAC Champs/NCAA 1st Rnd NCAA 1st Round 4-2 ALC/2nd Place 5-1 ALC/2nd Place 3-3 ALC/4th Place 5-1 ALC/2nd Place/NCAA 1st Rnd 4-1 ALC/2nd Place 0-4 ALC/5th Place 0-4 ALC/5th Place 2-2 ALC/T2nd Place

13 years 9 years

^ at Drew University * at Penn State

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Prior to returning to Penn State in a coaching capacity, the former Suzanne Weinberg served as the head women’s lacrosse coach at Drew University for four seasons. She guided the Rangers to four-straight Middle Atlantic Conference titles and a Division III NCAA Tournament appearance in 2000. A two-time MAC Coach of the Year, Isidor compiled a 56-15 overall record and coached six AllAmerica selections while at Drew. She was also named the South Atlantic Region Coach of the Year in 1997. A four-time letterwinner for the Nittany Lions, Isidor helped Penn State advance to the NCAA Tournament three times, reaching the semifinals in her senior campaign. A senior co-captain, she was a 1995 Regional All-American. After graduation, Isidor joined the Penn State coaching ranks as an assistant for one season. In addition to her Penn State coaching duties, Isidor coaches various lacrosse summer camps and is active in the lacrosse community. She has presided over several committees, including her current role as chair of the Tewaaraton Trophy committee. e native of Annapolis, Md., is married to Dan Isidor. Residing in State College, the couple has three sons, Jackson and twins Luke and Evan.


DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS TARA HOHENSHELT Director of Operations

Tara

HOHENSHELT 11th Year

Penn State • 1997

Tara Hohenshelt is entering her 11th season as a member of the Nittany Lion women’s lacrosse staff. After 10 years as an assistant coach, Hohenshelt will served as Director of Operations for the 2010 season. A 1997 graduate of Penn State, she was a defender for four years on the lacrosse team. e former Tara Rowlyk returned to Happy Valley in 1999 after serving a year as the lacrosse coach and athletic recruiter at Centenary College. Before her tenure there, she was an assistant coach at NCAA quarterfinalist Princeton University. Hohenshelt played for Penn State’s 1995 NCAA semifinal team and helped the Lions reach the quarterfinals in 1996 and 1997. She served as a tri-captain in her senior year. She was also the co-captain of the Philadelphia I team that won the 1997 USWLA national championship. As an undergraduate student-athlete, Hohenshelt represented the women’s lacrosse team on the Student-Athlete Advisory Board. She was cochair of its public relations committee and served as an executive board member. An outstanding student with a 3.41 GPA in secondary math education, Hohenshelt was a Dean’s List student for six semesters. She was twice named a Division I Academic All-American by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association and won Big Ten Conference academic honors as well. Hohenshelt was a three-sport letterwinner while at Ridley High School in Folsom, Pa. She is married to Penn State women’s volleyball assistant coach Dennis Hohenshelt. e couple resides in State College with their son Jacob Owen and are expecting a second child in March 2010.

“Tara has been a huge part of the program for the last 10 years and brings experience and Penn State pride to our staff. She has a great relationship with the team and is an extremely hard worker. Tara’s main focus is with the defense and she has done a great job developing our defenders. She contributes so much to the program on and off the field.” - Penn State head coach Suzanne Isidor

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ASSISTANT COACH BJ LUCEY Assistant Coach

BJ

LUCEY Fourth Year

Penn State • 2002

Former Nittany Lion BJ Lucey is entering her fourth season as an assistant coach under Suzanne Isidor. Lucey earned Regional All-American honors in 2000 and 2001 as a midfielder while at Penn State. In 2002, she graduated with a degree in kinesiology. Lucey’s primary focus is coaching the Nittany Lion goalkeepers. A native of Springfield, Pa., Lucey left her home state after graduation to pursue her coaching interests, landing a job as a graduate assistant for field hockey and lacrosse at e College of New Jersey in Ewing, N.J. At TCNJ, she helped the Lions reach the Division III Women's Lacrosse National Championship game in 2004. Lucey also strengthened her resume by attaining a Master's of Education degree from e College of New Jersey. In 2004, Lucey returned to Pennsylvania, joining the women's lacrosse program at Temple University as an assistant coach. In 2005, she helped the Owls win the Atlantic 10 Regular Season Championship.

“BJ is an excellent role model. She is an outstanding teacher who has the ability to coach every position on the field. BJ brings fire, energy, and enthusiasm to every practice and game. I loved my experience coaching BJ and am thankful to have her on my staff.” - Penn State head coach Suzanne Isidor

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ASSISTANT COACH HANNAH NIELSEN Assistant Coach

the U.S., 8-7. Nielsen graduated from Northwestern in December 2009 with a degree in human development and psychological services.

Hannah

NIELSEN First Year

Northwestern • 2009

After concluding one of the most highly-decorated and distinguished careers in the history of NCAA women’s lacrosse, former Northwestern great Hannah Nielsen will look to continue that success when transitioning from the playing field to the sideline as a member of the Penn State coaching staff for the 2010 season. A star midfielder on the sport’s definitive powerhouse program, Nielsen played an integral role in Northwestern’s rise to prominence, helping it win four straight national championships during her time in Evanston. e Adelaide, Australia native ended her career as the Wildcats’ all-time leader in points (398) and assists (224) and ranked sixth in goals (174). A three-time IWLCA First Team All-American, she was honored with the prestigious Tewaaraton Trophy and Lacrosse Honda Award in 2008 and 2009. She was also named IWLCA, American Lacrosse Conference, womenslax.com, and womenslacrosse.com Player of the Year after her junior and senior seasons. Nielsen holds several NCAA Division I records, including career assists, assists in a single game (10), season assists (83), and is the NCAA Championship career assist leader (35). Her 398 career points rank third all-time in NCAA Division I history. Consistent and durable, Nielsen registered at least one point in her last 67 games as a Wildcat and started all 88 games of her NU career, posting a remarkable 85-3 record. Nielsen was a three-year member (2002, 2004-05) of the South Australian U-17 state team, played on the U-19 2003 Australian National Team, and was a member of the South Australian U-21 state team in 2005. Highlighting her international lacrosse career, she scored a goal in a reserve role to help Australia defeat the United States, 14-7, in the gold medal match at the 2005 World Cup. In 2009, Nielsen played on the Australian National Team that advanced to World Cup gold medal match where it was edged by

“I am thrilled to have Hannah join our coaching staff. Her lacrosse resume is obviously one of the best. She is an outstanding person and will be a great mentor to our players. Hannah has had success at all levels of the game and I have no doubt that her coaching career will be a success as well. I am looking forward to working with her at Penn State.” - Penn State head coach Suzanne Isidor

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2010 SEASON OUTLOOK Following a 2009 season in which it posted a winning record, placed second in the conference standings, and advanced to the ALC Championship title game, the Penn State women’s lacrosse team will take the field in 2010 seeking to build on that success and surpass those achievements. Towards that end, 10-year head coach Suzanne Isidor returns a squad comprised of 24 letterwinners, nine starters, and four All-ALC honorees that will be captained by a trio of respected seniors in eresa Bucci, Margo Josephs, and Marisa Lozano. Add to the core group of veterans a small but highly regarded and eminently talented recruiting class and the Penn State women’s lacrosse program is poised to take the next step. “I am excited about 2010 and the potential for this year’s team,” said Isidor. “We had one of our most successful falls in that we improved and achieved a lot of our goals. e team really grew and leaders emerged. From the freshman all the way up to the seniors, everyone showed improvement and the attitude, the work ethic, and the chemistry is some of the best we have had.” ATTACK Despite being dealt a significant blow in the fall when 2009 leading scorer Marisa Lozano was lost for the season with a knee injury, the Penn State attack should remain dangerous with senior Erica Mihm (25 goals, 11 assists), a Second Team AllALC selection a year ago, and junior Jen Steadman (14 goals, 10 assists) spearheading the unit. Senior Mary LeNoir, who sat out the 2009 season, also returns, bringing with her 32 games of starting experience and 33 career goals. Junior Mary Dean came on strong in the fall and will fig-

Erica Mihm

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defense,” said Isidor. Anchoring the defense will be senior Margo Josephs and junior Ashley Boccio. Josephs missed the final four games of the 2009 season with a knee injury but still led the ALC in caused turnovers. Boccio had a breakout sophomore year for which she earned all-conference honors and some All-America recognition. e speedy Jackie Eastman, who successfully switched positions from the midfield in the offseason, has proven to be a tenacious defender and will team well with Josephs and Boccio. A former attacker, junior Katy Wick has used her hard working approach to make the quick adjustment to defensive end and will see action. Sophomores Ashley Ross and Brittaney Chamberlain and freshman Katie Guy, a member of the 2009 Canadian World Cup Team, will also compete for minutes.

eresa Bucci

ure prominently in the Nittany Lion offense. e attack was bolstered in the offseason with the addition of gifted newcomers Molly Fernandez and Hayley Sofarnos, who Isidor describes as “two of the most prepared for the college game as we have had coming in as freshmen.” Fernandez was a prolific scorer at the high school level while Sofarnos, a native Australian and the daughter of its legendary national team coach, boasts an impressive international playing resume. MIDFIELD “We have seven true midfielders on our roster, all of whom I expect to see playing time and make an impact this year,” said Isidor. An experienced and productive senior duo in eresa Bucci and Maria Valderas will headline the corps. Bucci is the team’s leading scoring midfielder with 59 career points while Valderas has started 51 consecutive games. Junior Laura Lesnick, who finished third on the team in goals last season with 22, and sophomore eresa Zichelli, a versatile player in the same mold as former Penn State great Jessi Lieb, will also provide significant contributions on both ends of the field. Maggie Dunbar, a junior, has made a smooth transition from defense to the midfield and will play a key role in the transition game. With a year of college lacrosse under their belts, sophomores Aly Adams and Elaine Welch could be ready to break into the line-up. DEFENSE “We will have a lot of competition for playing time on defense. We don’t have a lot of experience, but we do have a lot of depth and speed, which will allow us to play an exciting style of

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GOALKEEPERS e position of greatest strength, both in terms of depth and talent, for the Nittany Lions in 2010 may be at goalkeeper. “We have two of the most talented goalkeepers we have had in a long time,” said Isidor. “Both are tremendously athletic and hard workers. I think our defense is very comfortable with both.” Senior Stephanie Ellis established herself as a top-notch collegiate goalkeeper with a standout 2009 season. Starting all 17 games, she ranked second in the conference in goals against average en route to Second Team All-ALC honors. Sophomore Dana Cahill was promising in limited duty in her freshman campaign is constantly pushing to get on the field.

Ashley Boccio


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CAPTAIN

BUCCI

Bucci’s Career Statistics Season GP 2007 16 2008 17 2009 17 Career 50

GS 3 17 17 37

G 9 17 18 44

A 6 5 4 15

PTS 15 22 22 59

5-8 • Senior Midfielder

Hudson, Ohio • Hudson

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Junior): Selected Second Team All-ALC for the second consecutive year…ALC Academic Honor Roll…Academic All-Big Ten…In the starting line-up for all 17 games…Finished the season sixth on the team in goals (18) and points (22)…Scored two goals in six different games…Posted a seasonhigh four points (2 goals, 2 assists) in 14-10 win over Lehigh (4/8)…Also had three-point games (2 goals, 1 assist) in victories against Williams & Mary (3/28) and Ohio State (4/19)…Among the team leaders in ground balls (21) and caused turnovers (10)…Totaled eight draw controls. 2008 (Sophomore): Named to the ALC Second Team…Started all 17 games…Tied for fourth on the team with 17 goals…Finished second on the team with 14 caused turnovers…Scored two goals against Virginia (3/7), Vanderbilt (3/23), Maryland (4/4), and Northwestern (4/13)…Tied a season best three points (1 goal, 2 assists) against Ohio State (4/20)…Notched 16 ground balls and 11 draw controls. 2007 (Freshman): Appeared in 16 games, earning three starts…Was first among freshman with six assists and second with nine goals…Tallied a season-best three points (2 goals, 1 assist) in 20-7 victory over Temple (3/20)…Also netted two goals against Maryland (4/8)…Totaled eight ground balls, five draw controls, and four caused turnovers. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Led the Hudson (Ohio) H.S. Explorers to a 10-3 record as a senior…Named Yours Truly Athlete of the Week and was an All-American nominee in senior season…Honored on All-Western Reserve Conference First Team and was selected offensive MVP at Hudson…Earned Most Improved Player honors as a sophomore…Earned four varsity letters in lacrosse and soccer and one in basketball...Honored as second team All-Galaxy League (2005)…Received honorable mention All-Galaxy League recognition…Played for the X-Team Lacrosse Club. PERSONAL Born eresa Rose Bucci to parents David and Kathleen on April 21, 1988…Has a sister, Tina, and a brother, Nick, who played football for Division III power Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “eresa is the ultimate midfielder because of her athleticism and experience on both ends of the field. Her leadership both on and off the field will be invaluable to our success this season. We are excited to see what she will do in her senior season at Penn State.”

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Ellis’ Career Statistics Season GP 2007 1 2008 7 2009 17 Career 25

ELLIS

GS 0 0 17 17

Mins. 30:00 149:49 936:38 1116:27

GA 5 21 165 191

Svs. 7 20 135 162

GAA 10.00 8.41 10.57 10.26

5-6 • Senior Goalkeeper

Bryn Mawr, Pa. • Radnor

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Junior): Honored on IWLCA/US Lacrosse All-West/Midwest Region Second Team...Named Second Team All-ALC…Academic All-Big Ten…Selected as two-time ALC Defensive Player of the Week, earning the award following wins over William & Mary (3/28) and Ohio State (4/19)…Named to ALC Championship All-Tournament Team…Started all 17 games, totaling 936:38 between the pipes…Had six games with double digit save totals, including a career-high 14 saves in overtime loss at Virginia (3/8)…Ranked second in the ALC in goals against average (10.57) and ground balls (37)…Faced a total of 406 shots, recording 135 saves (.450 save percentage)…Caused eight turnovers. 2008 (Sophomore): Played in seven games, totaling 149:49 in goal…Recorded a season-high 30 minutes in Penn State’s loss against Delaware (3/28) and 19-4 victory over Cincinnati (4/18)…Faced a total of 46 shots for the season, recording 20 saves (.488 save percentage)…Allowed 21 goals for a 8.41 goals against average…Collected five ground balls.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Helped the Radnor (Pa.) H.S. Raiders compile a 78-10 record over four years…Won a Pennsylvania state championship in 2002…As a senior, was named team MVP, an Under Armour All-American, First Team All-Central League, First Team All-Main Line Times, Second Team All-Delco, and Second Team All-Galaxy…Selected First Team All-American, All-Central League, and All-Main Line Times and team and defensive MVP as a junior…As a sophomore, named All-Central Honorable Mention, Second Team All-Main Line Times, and First Team All-Galaxy…Earned three varsity letters in lacrosse and ice hockey and one in soccer…Received the Players Player Award in soccer and was selected Honorable Mention All-Main Line Times in hockey…Played for Ultimate Goal club team in Philadelphia.

STEPHANIE ELLIS

2007 (Freshman): Played in one game, totaling 30 minutes in goal…Minded the net for the entire second half of win over Bucknell (2/28), recording seven saves while allowing five goals…Posted a 10.00 goals against average…Collected one ground ball.

PERSONAL Stephanie Leigh Ellis was born on November 30, 1987 in Philadelphia, Pa. to parents David and Sally Ellis…Has an older brother, Jordan, who was on the Yale University lacrosse team from 2002-04, and a younger sister, Samantha. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Steph has worked very hard and has refined her fundamentals in the cage, which should translate to success this spring. She had a great season in 2009 and we are expecting her to continue to be a strong presence in the crease and as the backbone of our defense.” 5 NATIONALBIG CHAMPIONSHIPS • 98 ALL-AMERICANS TEN CHAMPIONS – 2002, 2005, 2006 www.GoPSUsports.com

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CAPTAIN

JOSEPHS 5-7 • Senior Defender

Reisterstown, Md. • Garrison Forest

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Junior): ALC Academic Honor Roll…Academic All-Big Ten… Established herself as one of the conference’s top defensive players in junior season…Started all 13 games in which she appeared…Missed the final four games of the season with a knee injury…Earned ALC Defensive Player of the Week honors and womenslacrosse.com National Honor Roll recognition for spearheading a defensive that allowed just 11 goals and caused 24 turnovers in wins over Bucknell (2/18) and Colgate (2/25)…Led PSU with 23 caused turnovers…Ranked first in the ALC and 20th nationally in caused turnovers per game (1.77)…Tied for fourth on the team with 26 ground balls. 2008 (Sophomore): Appeared in 15 games and earned 10 starts…Led the team in caused turnovers, totaling 25…Finished second on the team in ground balls with 21…Earned her first career assists with two against Northwestern (5/3) during the second round of the ALC Championship. 2007 (Freshman): Came off the bench to see playing time in three games. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Captain and team MVP of 12-4 Garrison Forest H.S. Grizzlies in her senior season…Named First Team All-Conference (IAAM) as a senior…Led the Grizzlies in ground balls in sophomore and junior seasons…Led the Grizzlies in forced turnovers as a freshman…Earned four letters in both lacrosse and basketball, starting all four years in both sports…Played for the Skywalkers club team in Baltimore. PERSONAL Margo H. Josephs was born on September 17, 1988 in Philadelphia, Pa. to parents Marty Josephs and Lydia Hammer…Sister, Aly, played lacrosse for Northwestern, winning three national championships (2005-07)…Father, Marty, ran track at the University of Maryland. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “While Margo has been sidelined most of the off-season with an ACL injury, she has provided invaluable leadership and feedback to her teammates, especially the younger players. As a captain and the lone senior, besides goalie Steph Ellis in the backfield, we will rely on her smarts and experience to lead our defensive unit.”

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Josephs’ Career Statistics Season GP 2007 3 2008 15 2009 13 Career 31

GS 0 10 13 23

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 2 0 2

MARGO JOSEPHS

PTS 0 2 0 2


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LeNoir’s Career Statistics Season GP 2007 15 2008 17 2009 Career 32

LeNOIR

GS 15 17 32

G 11 21 Did not play 33

A 1 2

PTS 12 23

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5-6 • Senior Attack

Timonium, Md. • Maryvale

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Junior): Sat out the entire 2009 season. 2008 (Sophomore): In the starting line-up for all 17 games...Ended the season second on the team in goals (21) and points (23) and fourth in shots (52)...Nine of 21 goals came off successful free position attempts...Posted a career-high five points (4 goals, 1 assist) in 18-3 win over Colgate (3/2)...Notched three goals in wins over William & Mary (3/9) and Ohio State (5/2)...Also had multiple goal games against Cincinnati (4/18), Johns Hopkins (4/26), and Northwestern (5/3)...Totaled seven ground balls, five draw controls, and four caused turnovers. 2007 (Freshman): Received honorable mention recognition as Penn State Female Newcomer of the Year by Blue White Illustrated…Played in and started 15 games…Led all freshman and tied for fifth on the team with 11 goals, including two game winners…Contributed back-to-back two goal performances versus Temple (3/20) and Virginia (3/25)…Tallied one assist…Totaled eight ground balls, two draw controls, and two caused turnovers. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Named Baltimore Sun and Towson Times All-County as a sophomore and senior at Maryvale Prep H.S. in Brooklandville, Md….In sophomore season, led the Maryvale Lions in goals and assists en route to IAAM All-Star honors…Earned four varsity letters in lacrosse and two in field hockey…Selected to Baltimore Sun and Towson Times All-County teams in field hockey as a junior and season…Honored as defensive MVP and IAAM All-Star in field hockey…Played for the Skywalkers lacrosse club team in Baltimore. PERSONAL Mary Teresa LeNoir was born on July 8, 1988 in Dallas, Texas to parents Lawrence and Patricia LeNoir…Has an older sister, Katie…Father, Lawrence, played football at Duke from 1978-82.

MARY LeNOIR

QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “We are so excited to have Mary back on the field this year. She made her presence felt immediately. Mary has great stick work and a nose for the goal. She is a great teammate and will be a key player this year.”

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CAPTAIN

LOZANO 5-7 • Senior Attack

Pittsburgh, Pa. • Sewickley

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Senior): Started all 17 games…Led Penn State in assists (24) and points (44)…Her 24 assists were the most by a Nittany Lion since 2000 and were tied for ninth most in program history for a single season…Ranked fifth in the ALC and 44th nationally in assists per game (1.44)…Added 20 goals, ranking fourth on the team…Finished second on the team with 53 shots…Notched a season team-high seven points (3 goals, 4 assists) in first round ALC Championship victory over Ohio State en route to earning alltournament team recognition…Also had hat tricks against Bucknell (2/25), Princeton (3/14), and William & Mary (3/28)…Topped the team with seven multiple-assist games…Tallied 13 ground balls, five draw controls, and four caused turnovers.

QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Even after suffering a career ending injury this fall, Reese’s impact on the 2010 team will be enormous. She is an amazing teammate, captain and coach. She has the respect and trust of both her teammates and coaches. Her playing experience and game sense on attack has allowed her to help guide the attack unit.” Lozano’s Career Statistics Season GP 2006 2007 17 2008 13 2009 17 Career 47

2008 (Junior): Played in 13 games with nine starts…Finished tied for fourth on the team in goals with 17…Scored a career high five goals against Ohio State (4/20)…Key player in 10-7 win against Loyola (3/30) with three goals…Netted two goals against Maryland (4/4), North Carolina (4/6) and Cincinnati (4/18)…Collected six ground balls, two caused turnovers, and two draw controls. 2007 (Sophomore): Drew 14 starts while playing in all 17 games…Finished tied for fifth on the team in goals with 11 and ourth in assists with eight…Started the season out strong, scoring two goals and notching two assists in 15-10 season-opening win over Delaware (2/24)…Also netted two goals in victory over Colgate (3/4) and recorded two assists in win against Temple (3/20)…Totaled five ground balls, four draw controls, and three caused turnovers. 2006 (Freshman): Did not see game action due to injury...Medical redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB As a freshman at Sewickley Academy (Sewickley, Pa.), helped her team to a 23-2 record…As a sophomore, earned All-America honorable mention accolades as the Panthers finished undefeated at 22-0…Gained All-America status and was named team MVP her junior and senior years as the Panthers went 13-7-1 and 16-4-1, respectively…Part of a Sewickley team that was WPSLA runner-up and MSLA Champions in 2002…Received the Female Athlete of the Year award her senior year…Earned eight varsity letters (four in soccer and four in lacrosse)…Served as team captain of the soccer and lacrosse teams as a senior…Led the Panther soccer team to WPIAL Championships from 2001-04 and a state championship in 2003. PERSONAL Born Marisa Mae Lozano on October 5, 1986…Parents are Lisa JepsonLozano and Miguel Lozano…Has one sister, Gloria, who played lacrosse at Georgetown (2000-04), visiting the Final Four three times…Father, Miguel, played semi-professional soccer in Spain. 14 PENN STATE 2009-2010 WOMEN’S LACROSSE

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GS 14 9 17 40

G Medical redshirt 11 17 20 58

A

PTS

8 4 24 36

19 21 44 84


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Mihm’s Career Statistics Season GP 2007 10 2008 17 2009 17 Career 44

MIHM

GS 0 17 17 34

G 6 14 25 45

A 0 8 11 19

PTS 6 22 36 64

5-8 • Senior Attack

Annapolis, Md. • Annapolis

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Junior): Selected Second Team All-ALC…Academic All-Big Ten…In the starting line-up for all 17 games…Led the team in goals with 25…Finished second among Nittany Lions in assists (11) and points (36)…Posted her first career four-goal game in key 12-11 win over ALC foe Johns Hopkins (4/25)…Netted hat tricks in big games against Virginia (3/8), Maryland (4/3), and Ohio State (4/19)…Notched a season-high three assists in wins against Lafayette (2/18) and Colgate (3/3)…Converted on three of five free position attempts…Topped Penn State and ranked fourth in the ALC with 42 draw controls…Tallied 19 ground balls and seven caused turnovers. 2008 (Sophomore): Started in all 17 games for the season…Led the team with 42 draw controls…Tied for second in the team with eight assists…Scored 14 goals with a 51.9% shooting average…Either scored or assisted on a goal in the first nine games…Scored two goals against Northwestern (4/13), Cincinnati (4/18) and Johns Hopkins (4/26)…Totaled 10 ground balls and three caused turnovers. 2007 (Freshman): Appeared in 10 games…Scored six goals in rookie campaign with her career first coming versus Bucknell (2/28)…Recorded nine draw controls and collected two ground balls. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Named MVP of the 13-4 Annapolis H.S. Panthers as a senior…Selected First Team All-American, First Team Baltimore Sun, First Team All-County, First Team Coaches All-County, and Second Watch List…As a junior, voted Second Team All-County and received All-Metro honorable mention recognition by the Washington Post…Earned four letters in lacrosse and three in soccer…In 2005, was chosen Second Team All-County in soccer…A member of the National Honors Society, 2004-06…Won the Science Merit Award (2006), Language Merit Award, Annapolis Booster Club Scholarship, and Scholar Athlete Award (2003-06)…Played with SPLax and CCLax club teams.

ERICA MIHM

PERSONAL Erica Anne Mihm was born on January 20, 1988 in Annapolis, Md. to parents James and Helen Mihm…Brother, Jason, plays club lacrosse at Ohio State…Uncle, Richard Mihm, and aunt, Genie Pash, attended Penn State. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Erica had an outstanding junior season and we are looking to her to make an even bigger impact this season. She has the ability to score in so many ways that she is difficult to defend. Erica also plays a huge role in our draw control.”

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10 Maria

VALDERAS

Valderas’ Career Statistics Season GP GS 2007 17 17 2008 17 17 2009 17 17 Career 51 51

G 8 4 12 24

A 4 3 5 12

PTS 12 7 17 36

5-5 • Senior Midfielder

Catonsville, Md. • Seton Keough

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Junior): ALC Academic Honor Roll…Academic All-Big Ten…Started every game in the midfield for the third straight year, upping the total to a string of 51 consecutive contests…Posted career-highs in goals (12), assists (5), and points (17)…Recorded first career three-goal game in season opener versus Lafayette (2/18)…Also netted multiple goals against Bucknell (2/25), Colgate (3/1), and Lehigh (4/8)…Totaled 15 ground balls, nine draw controls, and four caused turnovers. 2008 (Sophomore): In the starting line-up for all 17 games…Fifth in the team with 13 draw controls…Scored four goals on the year…Score two goals and had one assist in Penn State’s 18-3 win over Colgate (3/2)…Collected 11 ground balls and four caused turnovers. 2007 (Freshman): Started all 17 games in her first collegiate season to lead the freshman class in games played and games started…Posted eight goals and four assists…Totaled a season-high four points (2 goals, 2 assists) at Northwestern (3/14)…Also netted two goals in victory over Loyola (3/31)…Led the freshman class with 12 ground balls and 11 draw controls…Caused four turnovers. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB As a senior at Seton Keough H.S., was selected First Team All-City and AllConference and named IAAM All-Star…Earned Academic All-American honors in junior and senior seasons…Named team MVP, First Team AllCity and All-Conference, and IAAM All-Star as a junior…Earned four varsity letters in lacrosse, three in basketball, and one in volleyball…Selected Most Valuable Defensive Player on basketball team as a junior…President of the National Honor Society (2004-06)…Honored in Who’s Who Among High School Students…Received gold honor roll, silver honor roll, and scholar athlete recognition (2002-06)…Played club lacrosse with Hero’s in Baltimore. PERSONAL Maria Erin Valderas was born on May 7, 1988 in Baltimore, Md. to parents Mark and Susan Valderas…Has a sister, Jackie, who played basketball at Loyola College (Md.), and brother, Michael…Father, Mark, played basketball at Princeton and Loyola College. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Maria is the most experienced player on the field after starting every game in her first three years. We are going to look to Maria to provide consistency and leadership to our midfield unit. Her positioning on defense and her ability to finish on attack will be key to our success this season.”

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BOCCIO

5-8 • Junior Defender

Northport, N.Y. • Northport

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Sophomore): Named third team All-American by womenslacrosse.com...Honored on IWLCA/US Lacrosse All-West/Midwest Region First Team...Selected Second Team All-ALC…Honored on ALC Championship All-Tournament Team…ALC Academic Honor Roll…Academic All-Big Ten…In first season as a starter, emerged as Penn State’s top defensive stopper, often drawing one-on-one assignment with opposition’s leading scorer…Started all 17 games…Earned first career assist and point in 20-7 season-opening victory over Lafayette (3/3)…Totaled 11 ground balls, three caused turnovers, and two draw controls. 2008 (Freshman): Came off the bench to play in nine games…Tallied one ground ball and one draw control HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB As a senior at Northport H.S., helped lead the Tigers to a third-straight Suffolk County Championship…A three-time Defensive MVP honoree…A three-time All-County selection…Named an All-American as a senior and All-American honorable mention as a junior…Won the Key Stone Award as a senior…Earned four letters in lacrosse, three in track, and two in soccer…Team captain of the lacrosse, track, and soccer teams as a senior…Earned All-League accolades in track in 2006 and 2007…Honored as an Academic All-American in 2007…Played club lacrosse with the Long Island Yellow Jackets under head coach Al Rose. PERSONAL Ashley Kay Boccio was born on January 15, 1989 in Long Island, N.Y. to parents Richard and Susan Boccio…Has one older sister, Jess, and two younger brothers, Richard and Robert…Jess, a four-year letterwinning goalkeeper at Penn State, graduated in 2008. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “While senior defender Margo Josephs is recovering from injury, Ashley will be looked upon to provide leadership and experience to our defensive unit. As a 2009 Second Team All-ALC selection, she has proven herself as a successful match-up defender. We will again look to Ashley to utilize her size, speed, and smarts to dominate in the backfield.” Boccio’s Career Statistics Season GP 2008 9 2009 17 Career 26

GS 0 17 17

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

PTS 0 1 1

ASHLEY BOCCIO

11 Mary

DEAN 5-6 • Junior Attack

Wyncote, Pa. • Cheltenham

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Sophomore): Played in seven games…Scored three goals and notched one assist…Had first career multiple goal and point game in 18-5 rout of Bucknell (2/25), totaling two goals and one assist…Collected three ground balls and caused one turnover. 2009 (Freshman): Did not play...Transferred from the University of Louisville. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Led Cheltenham H.S. (Wyncote, Pa.) to its first-ever Suburban One American League championship in 2007 and to an undefeated record...First Team Suburban One as a sophomore, junior, and senior...Honorable Mention Suburban One as a freshman...All-American in 2006 (Honorable Mention) and 2007 (First Team)...e inaugural recipient of the Beth Stone Award for

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2010 PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS Outstanding High School Lacrosse Player in senior division of national tournament...Named team MVP and captain in 2006 and 2007...Won the outstanding athlete award of her senior class...Holds the school record for goals (332) and assists (274), totaling 606 points...Eight time letter winner (lacrosse and field hockey)...Named second team all-conference in field hockey as a junior and senior...MVP and captain of field hockey team as a senior...Played on Ultimate Goal club team...Named Galaxy League First Team in 2006 and Second Team in 2005...Keystone Games lacrosse MVP (2005-06)...Delaware Valley Athlete of the Year (2005). PERSONAL Mary Eaton Dean was born on May 17, 1989 in Cape May, N.J. to parents Christopher and Didi Dean...Has two older siblings, Chris and Caroline...Sister, Caroline, also attends Penn State...Plans to pursue a degree in Sport Management. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Mary had a breakout fall season and is ready to make her mark in 2010. She is a crafty attacker with great vision. We are looking for her to see a lot of playing time this season.” Dean’s Career Statistics Season GP 2008 2009 7 Career 7

GS 0 0

G Did not play 3 3

A

PTS

1 1

4 4

3 Maggie

DUNBAR 5-6 • Junior Midfielder

Cockeysville, Md. • Saint Paul’s

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Sophomore): ALC Academic Honor Roll…Academic All-Big Ten…Started all 17 games, establishing herself as a cornerstone of the Penn State defense in 2009...Ended the season second on the team in ground balls (32) and draw controls (31) and third in caused turnovers (17). 2008 (Freshman): Played in 16 games and started six…Led the freshman class in ground balls with 19 and draw controls with 22…Scored two goals in 19-4 win over Cincinnati (4/18)…Collected five caused turnovers. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Named Baltimore Sun Second Team All-Metro and First Team Baltimore County, Baltimore Examiner First Team All-Metro, Baltimore/Washington Regional High School All-Tewaaraton Team, and an IAAM A Conference All-Star as a senior at St. Paul’s School for Girls in Brooklandville, Md…Led the Gators to IAAM A Conference Regular Season Championships in 2004 and 2005 and IAAM A Conference Tournament Championships in 2004 and 2006…Earned a total of 10 varsity letters in lacrosse (4), soccer (4), and basketball (2)…Varsity lacrosse captain in 2007 and soccer captain (200406)…Voted an IAAM B Conference All-Star in soccer (2004-06)…As a senior, won the Green Key Award, was a senior peer educator, and named to senior yearly high honor roll…Played with the Skywalkers club team in Baltimore. PERSONAL Margaret Helen Dunbar was born on September 15, 1988 in Towson, Md. to parents Kevin and Martha Dunbar…Has two brothers, Bobby and Michael…Grandfather, Dick Hall, played major league baseball, spending most of his 16-year career with the Baltimore Orioles. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Maggie is making the transition to midfield after playing primarily defense for her first two years. Her speed and quickness will not only help us in transition but it will also give us options on attack.”

MARY DEAN

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Dunbar’s Career Statistics Season GP GS 2008 16 6 2009 17 17 Career 33 23

G 2 0 2

A 0 0 0

PTS 2 0 2


2010 PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB A three-time First Team All-Delco and First Team All-Central League selection at Springfield H.S. in Springfield, Pa…Named the Delaware County Daily Times Player of the Year as a senior for leading the Cougars to a perfect 21-0 record…Honored as an All-American in 2007 and Honorable Mention All-American in 2006…Helped Springfield capture PIAA District I championships in 2004, 2006, and 2007 and Central League titles in 2004 and 2007…Lettered for all four years in lacrosse, soccer, basketball…Owns the school record for goals in a season (soccer) and was named First Team AllCentral in 2006…A two-time Academic All-American…Played club lacrosse with SEPA under head coach Lisa Schweiger. PERSONAL Jaclyn Eastman was born on December 20, 1988 in Philadelphia, Pa. to parents Phil and Maureen Eastman…Has one brother, Phil, who also attends Penn State....Cousin, Tara Johnson, competed on the Penn State track & field team. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Jackie’s move from the midfield position to defense gives our backfield an enormous amount of speed, quickness, and tenaciousness. She is feisty, fit, and can run all day. Jackie has the ability to change the momentum of a game with her aggressiveness and will be looked upon to push the tempo of our transition game.”

MAGGIE DUNBAR

Eastman’s Career Statistics Season GP GS 2008 5 0 2009 17 0 Career 22 0

G 2 4 6

A 1 4 5

PTS 3 8 11

2 Jackie

EASTMAN 5-2 • Junior Defender

Springfield, Pa. • Springfield

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Sophomore): ALC Academic Honor Roll…Academic All-Big Ten…Appeared in all 17 games…Notched four goals and four assists…Registered first multi-goal game of her career in the season opener, netting two in a win over Lafayette (2/18)…Assisted on eresa Zichelli’s game winning goal in 14-10 victory over Lehigh (4/8)…Used her top notch speed to tie for fourth on the team in ground balls with 26…Totaled eight caused turnovers and six draw controls. 2008 (Freshman): Saw action in five games…Scored first career goal win 1812 win over William & Mary (3/9)…Netted second goal in 19-4 win over Cincinnati (4/18)…Totaled four ground balls, one caused turnover and five draw controls.

JACKIE EASTMAN

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29 Megan

HOLLERBACH

5-9 • Junior Attack

Annapolis, Md. • Broadneck

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Sophomore): ALC Academic Honor Roll…Academic All-Big Ten…Appeared in two games, wins over Lafayette (2/18) and Mount St. Mary’s (3/3). 2008 (Freshman): Came off the bench to play in three games. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Fought back from an ACL injury suffered in her junior year to lead Broadneck H.S. (Annapolis, Md.) to a runner-up finish in Anne Arundel County play and to the regional semifinals as a senior…Tallied 11 goals and 13 assists in 2007 to earn the Gerry Case Award, an honor given to the athlete that overcame significant challenges to compete at a high level…Helped the Bruins claim three-straight Anne Arundel County Championships (2004-06) and a state runner-up finish in 2005…Earned four letters in lacrosse and field hockey…In 2005, named First Team All-County, Coaches, Capitol/Gazette and Second Team All-County by the Baltimore Sun in field hockey…Played club lacrosse with CCLAX Black, earning All-Galaxy honors in 2005…Club team won the Loyola 4x4 Tournament Championship in 2006.

MEGAN HOLLERBACH

PERSONAL Megan Elizabeth Hollerbach was born on August 8, 1989 in Annapolis, Md. to Tom and Judy Hollerbach…Has a younger sister, Alison…Uncle, John, played lacrosse at Penn State and ranks third all-time on the career points list and was the 1989 winner of the Pittenger Award.

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QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Megan was healthy for her first fall season and made the most of it. She is a smart player and a great shooter. We look for her to keep improving.”

5-6 • Junior Midfielder

Hollerbach’s Career Statistics Season GP GS 2008 3 0 2009 2 0 Career 5 0

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

PTS 0 0 0

LESNICK

Jarrettsville, Md. • North Harford

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Sophomore): ALC Academic Honor Roll…Academic All-Big Ten…Started all 16 games in which she saw action…Fourth on the team in goals scored with a 22 and fifth in points with 23…Scored a single-game career-high four goals in 16-6 victory over Colgate (3/1)…Finished the season on a hot streak, netting eight goals in the final four games, including three in an ALC Championship win over Ohio State (5/1)…Tied for the team lead in game-winning goals with two…Totaled 15 draw controls, 10 ground balls, and three caused turnovers. 2008 (Freshman): Played in 13 games, starting 11…Scored first career goal in 18-3 win over Colgate (3/2)…Totaled seven ground balls, two caused turnovers and five draw controls.

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2010 PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Totaled 42 goals and 13 assists en route to team MVP honors as a senior at North Harford H.S. in Pykesville, Md….Named a 2007 Under Armour AllAmerican…Baltimore Sun First Team All-County honoree as junior and senior and Second Team as a sophomore…Led the Hawks to regional and county championships and a state finalist finish in 2007…Earned three letters in lacrosse and soccer…Honored as the 2007 Al Cesky Scholar Athlete Award…Recognized as a 2006 US Lacrosse Academic All-American…Played club lacrosse with NEMS under head coach Keith Barnes. PERSONAL Laura Ann Lesnick was born on September 15, 1989 in Baltimore, Md. to parents Glenn and Rachel Lesnick…Has one older brother, Brett…Father, Glenn, played Division III soccer at York College (Pa.). QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Laura adds poise and smarts to our midfield unit. She is one of the most intelligent players on the team, which makes her a huge threat on the attack and in transition. As a junior, Laura has gained experience and confidence; look for her to have a great season in 2010.” Lesnick’s Career Statistics Season GP GS 2008 13 11 2009 16 16 Career 29 27

G 4 22 26

A 0 1 1

PTS 4 23 27

7 Jen

STEADMAN 5-8 • Junior Attack

Sykesville, Md. • Century

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Sophomore): Played in 15 games, making two starts…One of just three players to post double-digit totals in goals (14) and assists (10)…Ranked third on the team in assists and fourth in points (24)…Started the season hot, tallying four goals and three assists in a 20-7 win over Lafayette (2/18)…Had four points (2 goals, 2 assists) in a victory against William & Mary (3/28)…Also scored two goals in back-to-back games versus North Carolina (4/5) and Lehigh (4/8)…Totaled five draw controls, four ground balls, and one caused turnover. 2008 (Freshman): Played in 16 games, starting seven…Led freshman class with 15 goals…Tied for second on team with eight assists…Totaled a career high four points (two goals and two assists) in 18-12 win over William & Mary (3/9)…Scored two goals against Vanderbilt (3/23), Loyola (3/30) and Ohio State (4/20)…Netted three goals against Northwestern (4/13)…Tallied 14 ground balls, two caused turnovers, and six draw controls. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Led Century H.S. (Eldersburg, Md.) to three 2A/1A state championships and one runner-up finish…Named First Team All-Conference, All-Metro, and All-County as a sophomore, junior, and senior…Honored as a High School All-American and the Carroll County Player of the Year in 2006 and 2007…Totaled a remarkable 263 goals and 129 assists during high school career…Helped the Knights to a four-year record of 68-5…Earned 11 varsity letters in lacrosse (4), soccer (4), and basketball (3)…Earned All-Conference honors in soccer and won a state championship as a freshman…Two-time All-County selection in basketball…Played with the ROME Lacrosse Club. PERSONAL Jennifer Lynne Steadman was born on July 27, 1989 in Baltimore, Md. to parents Tom and Michelle Steadman…Has two younger brothers, Tim and Kevin. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Jenny returns as one of our most experienced attackers. She has the ability to be both a scorer and a feeder. We will be looking for her leadership to guide a young attack unit.”

LAURA LESNICK

Steadman’s Career Statistics Season GP GS 2008 16 7 2009 15 2 Career 31 9

G 15 14 29

A 8 10 18

PTS 23 24 47

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WICK

5-3 • Junior Defender

Winter Springs, Fla. • Winter Springs

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Sophomore): ALC Academic Honor Roll…Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award recipient…Academic All-Big Ten…Played in a career-high 14 games…Finished ninth on the team with eight goals…Started the year off fast, notching her first career hat trick in win over Lafayette (2/18)…Had another multiple goal game against Mount St. Mary’s (3/3), netting two…Also scored against Colgate (3/1), Virginia (3/8), and Vanderbilt (3/22)...Totaled three ground balls, one draw control, and two caused turnovers. 2008 (Freshman): Saw action in five games…Collected one ground ball and forced one turnover. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Starred at Winter Springs H.S. in Winter Springs, Fla., earning First Team All-Conference honors as a freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior…Selected as an All-American in 2006 and 2007…Named All-Central Florida in 2006…Finished her career with 119 goals and 26 assists...Earned a varsity letter in lacrosse all four years…Made the Principals Honor Roll (2004-07)…Earned Academic All-American recognition in 2006 and 2007…Played club lacrosse with Lady Possums, Team FLC. PERSONAL Katy Marie Wick was born on November 11, 1988 in Orlando, Fla. to Ken and Karen Wick…Has three siblings, Kara, Kory, and Kenna…Uncle, Rocco English, played football at Penn State from 1972-76. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Katy definitely possesses one of the best work ethics on the team. She works tirelessly on her game and pushes her teammates. As the newest addition to the defensive unit, Katy smarts and scrappiness have helped to ease her transition from an attacking position. Look for Katy to see valuable time on the field this spring.” Wick’s Career Statistics Season GP 2008 5 2009 14 Career 19

GS 0 0 0

G 0 8 8

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A 0 0 0

PTS 0 8 8

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ADAMS 5-6 • Sophomore Midfielder

Springfield, Pa. • Springfield

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Freshman): ALC Academic Honor Roll…Came off the bench to see action in three regular season games, Lafayette (2/18), Mount St. Mary’s (3/3), North Carolina (4/5), and in the ALC Championship title game versus Northwestern (5/2). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Eight-time letter winner at Springfield High School (four in lacrosse and four in volleyball)…Named to the News of Delaware County All-Star Second Team and received the PAWS spirit award as a sophomore…Led her team to a win in the 2006 District One Championships…Received an AllDelco Honorable Mention and Second Team All Central in 2007… Led the Cougars in 2007 as they went undefeated and became Central League


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Champions and District One Champions…As a senior, named team captain and MVP…Earned First Team All-Delco, First Team All Central, All-American and Academic All-American honors in 2008…Won the Exemplary Volunteer Award for Community Service…Received All-Galaxy Honorable Mention in 2006 and 2007 for her play in the Ultimate Goal Lacrosse Club.

CAHILL

PERSONAL Born Alyson Blair Adams on January 17, 1990…Parents are Steve and Barb Adams…Has one brother, Drew, who was a two-time honorable mention All-American and three-time ECAC Goalkeeper of the Year at Penn State...Father Steve played soccer for Temple University…Mother Barb played lacrosse for East Stroudsburg. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Aly has improved greatly in all aspects of her game and we are excited to see her reach her potential. is fall, Aly has proven herself to be a solid contributor both offensively and defensively to our midfield.” Adams’ Career Statistics Season GP GS 2009 4 0 Career 4 0

G 0 0

A 0 0

PTS 0 0

5-7 • Sophomore Goalkeeper

Towson, Md. • Mercy

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Freshman): ALC Academic Honor Roll…Appeared in five games, totaling 89:22 in goal…Against 27 shots, recorded 11 saves (.579 save percentage) and allowed eight goals (5.37 goals against average)...Collected one ground ball. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB ree-time letter winner at Mercy High School…Named Mercy’s MVP both junior and senior years…Named to the IAAM A Conference All-Star team in 2007 and 2008… Named to the 2007 Baltimore Sun All-City Team One, Metro Team Two, 2007 Baltimore Examiner All-Metro Team Two and Towson Times All Star Team One…Recognized on Inside Lacrosse Rising Senior watch list 2007…Named to the 2007 and 2008 Baltimore/Washington High School Tewaaraton watch list…Selected team captain and averaged 10.6 GAA as a senior…Received the 2008 C. Markland Kelly Award for Athletic Service at Mercy…Named to the 2008 Under Armour All-American High School Team…Selected as the Baltimore Sun All Baltimore City Player of the Year in 2008…Honored on the Baltimore Sun All Baltimore City Team One and the Baltimore Sun All Metro Team Two in 2008… Played club lacrosse for ROME 2008 in Baltimore, Md. PERSONAL Born Dana Elizabeth Cahill on February 25, 1990…Parents are Bob and Elizabeth Cahill…Has a younger brother named Emmett. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR "Dana is a very athletic goalie and has the ability to make a variety of saves. She is working hard each day to improve all aspects of her game. Dana will compete for playing time in the 2009 season."

ALY ADAMS

Cahill’s Career Statistics Season GP GS 2009 5 0 Career 5 0

Mins. 89:22 89:22

GA 8 8

Svs. 11 11

GAA 5.37 5.37

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2010 PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS her team to the State Championships in 2006 and 2007…Played club lacrosse with South Jersey Select. PERSONAL Born Bridget Patricia Callahan on April 5, 1990…Parents are Jim and Kathy Callahan…Has two older siblings, Jim and Jenny…Sister Jenny was a member of the crew team at Barry University in 2005. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Bridget is a great attacker. She has excellent vision and a rocket shot. She has the potential to be a factor in this year’s attack.” Callahan’s Career Statistics Season GP GS 2009 2 0 Career 2 0

DANA CAHILL

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CALLAHAN

5-2 • Sophomore Attack

Moorestown, N.J. • Moorestown

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Freshman): Appeared in two games…Earned first career assist and point in 13-3 victory over Mount St. Mary’s (3/3)…Had one ground ball. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Six-time letter winner (four in lacrosse, two in basketball)…Scored 22 goals with 10 assists and 39 ground balls as a sophomore …Notched 59 goals, 26 assists and 53 ground balls in her junior year…Named First-Team AllCounty, All Group ree and First-Team All-South Jersey in 2007…Named to Sports Illustrated Takkle Top 100 as a senior…Selected team captain in 2008…Named First-Team All-South Jersey, First Team All-Burlington County, Burling County Scholastic League All-Star, Burlington County Player of the ear and First-Team High School All-American in 2008…Led 24 PENN STATE 2009-2010 WOMEN’S LACROSSE

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G 0 0

A 1 1

PTS 1 1


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16 Kelsey

8 Brittaney

CHAMBERLAIN

HUGHES

5-3 • Sophomore Defender

5-7 • Sophomore Defender

Finksburg, Md.• Westminster

Severna Park, Md. • Severn School

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Freshman): ALC Academic Honor Roll…Appeared in two games, making her collegiate debut against Lafayette (2/18)…Recorded two ground balls and one caused turnover.

COLLEGIATE CAREER 2009 (Freshman): Played in 13 games, starting five at the University of Denver…Totaled nine ground balls, eight caused turnovers, and seven draw controls.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Five-time letter winner (three for lacrosse, two for soccer)…Received AllConference Honorable Mention in 2006…Named to the First-Team All-County, First-Team All-Conference, All-State and U.S. Lacrosse National team Mid-Atlantic Number One her junior year…Named a 2007 Academic All-American…Team was Co-Carroll County Champs in 2007…Led her team to the Regional Finals and State Semi-Finals in 2006 and 2007…Selected team captain and MVP of defense her senior year…Named First-Team All-County: Carroll County in 2008…Played for Rome 2008.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Two-time Severn School Defensive Player of the Year…Two-year captain…Named an IAAM A-League All-Star as a junior and senior…Selected to the All-Galaxy First Team as a senior and All-Galaxy Second Team as a junior…Earned First Team All-Met honors as a senior.

PERSONAL Born Brittaney Rae Chamberlain on December 20, 1989…Parents are Glenn and Christine Chamberlain…Has two older siblings, Brooke and Douglas, and two younger siblings Tamior and Mackenzie…Brother, Doug, played soccer at Stevenson University (2007)…Dad, Glenn, played football at the University of Maryland (1974-1979). QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Brittaney may be young in terms of experience, but she is a competitor and has worked tremendously hard to embrace the college game. She is emerging as one of our best communicators and her vision of the field has improved greatly in the past year. Look for Brittaney to gain valuable experience in the 2010 campaign.” Chamberlain’s Career Statistics Season GP GS 2009 2 0 Career 2 0

G 0 0

A 0 0

PTS 0 0

PERSONAL Born on Jan. 13, 1990 in Cincinnati, Ohio to parents Harold and Colleen…Has one brother, Cameron…Enjoys swimming and boating…Played basketball for nine years…Member of the honor roll in high school…Volunteers with Habitat for Humanity, Happy Helpers, and the Special Olympics…Undecided on a major. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Kelsey is a smart defender who has great vision of the field. Unfortunately, she saw limited time in practice and scrimmages this fall due to injury. Kelsey has done an outstanding job with providing feedback and helping her teammates while sidelined.” Hughes’ Career Statistics Season GP GS 2009* 13 5 Career 13 5 * at the University of Denver

G 0 0

A 0 0

PTS 0 0

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ROSS

5-5 • Sophomore Defender

Fair Haven, Vt. • Middlebury Union

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Freshman): Came off the bench to see action in 13 games, becoming a key part of the line-up rotation on defense…Totaled four ground balls, four draw controls, and three caused turnovers. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Eight-time letter winner (four in lacrosse and four in basketball)…Helped capture the 2005 D-I championship…Named to the all-county team in 2007…Part of the 2006 and 2007 Runner-up team for the D-I championships…Named to the All-League and All-State teams in 2008…Led her team in winning the D-I Vermont lacrosse championships her senior year…Played for the IAS club team in Greenfield, Mass. PERSONAL Born Ashley Elizabeth Ross on April 16, 1990…Parents are Keith Ross and Marti Backus…Has two older siblings Danielle Perry and Earl Ross…Brother, Earl, is currently a senior on Penn State’s men’s lacrosse team. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Ashley is a smart, athletic, physical player who brings excitement and enthusiasm to the game. She saw quality time on the field during her freshman year and we are looking for her to use that experience to strengthen our defensive unit this season.” Ross’ Career Statistics Season GP 2009 13 Career 13

GS 0 0

G 0 0

A 0 0

PTS 0 0

ASHLEY ROSS

30 Colleen SHEA

5-4 • Sophomore Defender

Baltimore, Md. • Seton Keough

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Freshman): ALC Academic Honor Roll…Saw playing time in three games, wins over Lafayette (2/18), Mount St. Mary’s (3/3), and Ohio State (4/19)…Collected one ground ball. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Ten-time letter winner (four in lacrosse, three in cross country, three in indoor track)…Named to the All-Baltimore City team in 2007…Led her team in ground balls in 2007…Selected team captain and team MVP in 2008…Led team in ground balls and caused turnovers as a senior…Honored on All-Conference and All-Baltimore City Teams (2008)…Named All IAAM her senior year…Earned valedictorian honors and was named a National Merit Commended Scholar, a Maryland Distinguished Scholar Semifinalist, Two-time US Lacrosse Academic All-American, a Archdioscean Distinctive Scholar and Seton Keough Scholar Athlete of the Year…Played for the Hero’s Lacrosse Club.

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2010 PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS PERSONAL Born Colleen Fitzgerald Shea on October 2, 1990…Parents are Edward and eresa Shea…Has two older sisters, Linsey played on the Penn State lacrosse team from 2004-2008 and sister Kerry is currently a senior on the team…Father Ed wrestled and played lacrosse for Western Maryland College (1971-1975). QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “As the fastest player on our team, Colleen has definitely set the fitness standard high. She works hard every day and is developing into a solid defender. Colleen has improved tremendously this past year and is grasping the college game well.” Shea’s Career Statistics Season GP 2009 3 Career 3

GS 0 0

G 0 0

A 0 0

QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Cassie is one of the hardest workers I have ever coached. She is recovering from injuries and working hard to get back to playing. We can’t wait to have her fire and energy on the field.” Speno’s Career Statistics Season GP GS 2009 2 0 Career 2 0

G 0 0

A 0 0

PTS 0 0

PTS 0 0

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SPENO

5-4 • Sophomore Attack

Summit, N.J. • Kent Place

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Freshman): ALC Academic Honor Roll…Played in two games, wins over Lafayette (2/18) and Mount St. Mary’s (3/3). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Five-time letter winner at Kent Place School (four in lacrosse, one in swimming)…Scored 23 goals as a freshman…As a sophomore, named first team all-conference after leading her team with 49 goals and 18 assists…Scored 42 goals and 10 assists in her junior campaign…Led her team to the 2007 Union County Tournament Final…Ended her senior season with 35 goals and 22 assists…In 2008, named First Team All Union County and Second Team Prep…Led her team to victory in the Union County Tournament in 2008… Played for the Metro Lacrosse Club…Named Second Team AllGalaxy in 2006…Named First-Team All-Galaxy in 2007…Received the Metro Foundation Scholarship for her commitment, participation and leadership in 2008…Ranked in Sports Illustrated Takkle Top 100 “America’s Best High School Lacrosse Players.”

CASSIE SPENO

PERSONAL Born Cassandra Commette Speno on June 1, 1990…Parents are Frank and Krista Speno…Has two younger siblings Kendall and Darby…Father, Frank, played football for Colgate University (1983-1987)…Mother, Krista, played tennis for Skidmore College (1983-1987).

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6 Elaine

WELCH

5-10 • Sophomore Midfielder

Bernardsville, N.J. • Kent Place

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Freshman): Saw playing time in four games…Scored two goals in rookie campaign…Tallied first career goal in 20-7 victory over Lafayette (2/18)…Upped her goal total by one with a score in win against Mount Saint Mary’s (3/3). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Eight-time letter winner at Kent Place School (four in lacrosse, four in field hockey)…Ended her freshman year with 14 goals, nine assists, and 11 draw controls…Notched 43 goals, 24 assists, 22 draw controls as a sophomore, earning Second Team All-Conference…Totaled 52 goals, 16 assists, 93 draw controls and team MVP her junior year…Selected team captain her senior year…Received the Pat Conely Athletic Award in 2008…Named First-Team All Prep and First-Team all County in 2008…Led her team in winning the 2008 Union County Championships…Played for the Metro Lacrosse Club where she was named Second Team All-Galaxy. PERSONAL Born Elaine Marie Welch on March 19, 1990…Parents are Kathy and David Welch…Has a younger brother named Peter…Father David wrestled for Indiana University (1974-1978).. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Elaine has tremendous natural talent. She has worked hard this fall and we look for her to compete for playing time in the midfield.” Welch’s Career Statistics Season GP GS 2009 4 0 Career 4 0

G 2 2

A 0 0

PTS 2 2

ELAINE WELCH

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ZICHELLI 5-6 • Sophomore Midfielder

Severna Park, Md. • Severna Park

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Freshman): Played in all 17 games, starting the final five of the season…Emerged as one of Penn State’s top offensive weapons late in the season…Finished fifth on the team with 19 goals and seventh with 20 points…Posted back-to-back hat tricks in wins over conference foes Ohio State (4/19) and Johns Hopkins (4/25)…Named ALC Rookie of the Week for her role in the regular season victory over the Buckeyes…Recorded first career assist in ALC Championship title game against Northwestern (5/2)…Compiled team’s top shooting percentage among starters (.576)…Converted on nine of 12 free position attempts…Fourth on the team in draw controls (16) and caused turnovers (12)…Collected 16 ground balls.

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2010 PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Six-time letter winner at Severna Park High School (three in lacrosse, two in field hockey, and one in track)…Helped her lacrosse team capture the runner up spot in the state of Maryland in 2006…Led her team to a state championship in 2007…Named to the Under Armour Underclass All-Star team in both 2006 and 2007…Awarded the Minds in Motion award for making honor roll while playing a varsity sport…Played club lacrosse for CCLax in Chesapeake, Md…Led her club team to the runner-up spot in Maryland in 2006…Helped her club team capture the championship in 2007…Named to the First Team All-Galaxy in 2008. PERSONAL Born eresa Mary Zichelli on April 12, 1990…Parents are Bob and Jenny Zichelli…Has five brothers, Bobby, Tommy, Kevin and twins Michael and Steven and one sister Mary…Brother Tommy played men’s lacrosse at Penn State (2004-2008). QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “eresa is an extremely hard worker and won’t settle for anything but the best. She gained valuable experience in big games last year as a freshman and we will be looking for her to step up this season.” Zichelli’s Career Statistics Season GP GS 2009 17 5 Career 17 5

G 19 19

A 1 1

PTS 20 20

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ANDRESS

5-9 • Sophomore/Freshman Attack

Doylestown, Pa. • Cent. Bucks East

PENN STATE CAREER 2009 (Freshman): Did not see game action due to injury...Medical redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Eight-time letter winner at Central Bucks East (four in lacrosse and four in field hockey)…Second leading scorer with 44 goals and 22 assists as a frosh…As a sophomore, was named the attack MVP and led team to a 182 season and won the Continental League Championship…Selected to the All Intel Area Select Second Team (2006)…As a junior named MVP Offensive Player of the Year, All Intel Area Select First Team, and First Team Suburban One League-Continental Conference…As a senior, named cocaptain and received the 200 career goal award, MVP Offensive Player of the year, All Intel Area Select First Team, First Team Suburban One LeagueContinental Conference...Played club lacrosse for Ultimate Goal Lacrosse. PERSONAL Born Leanna Marie Andress on May 7, 1990…Parents are John and Deb Andress…Older brother John is a senior on Penn State’s men’s lacrosse team…Has three younger siblings, twins Ryan and Kyle, and sister Alyssa…Father John played quarterback on the Penn State football team from 1973-1977…Mother Deb played field hockey and women’s lacrosse at Penn State from 1976-1980. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Lea has been sidelined with an injury for the last year and a half. We look forward to getting her back to practicing.”

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FERNANDEZ 5-2 • Freshman Attack

Baltimore, Md. • McDonogh

THERESA ZICHELLI

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB A four-year varsity letterwinner and three-year starter at the McDonogh School in Owings Mills, Md….Led team to the IAAM `A' Conference Championship for the first time in school history as a senior… In 2009, after tallying 51 points (36 goals, 15 assists), the Eagles' team captain was named an Under Armour All-American, First Team All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun, and an IAAM All-Star and was selected to the All-Tewaaraton 5 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS • 98 ALL-AMERICANS www.GoPSUsports.com

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2010 PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS High School Team… As a junior, totaled 42 goals and 15 assists to earn First Team All-Baltimore County accolades and was honored on the 2008 Under Armour Underclassmen Baltimore Championship Team…Started as a sophomore, totaling 21 goals and five assists, helping team reach the IAAM semifinals...Played varsity as a freshman, recording seven goals and five assists, as team advanced to IAAM Championships…Played club lacrosse with Skywalkers…Named First Team All-Galaxy in 2007…Team won Top of the Bay championships in 2007 and 2008 and IWLCA Champions Cup and IWLCA Capitol Cup in 2008. PERSONAL Born Molly Elizabeth Fernandez on May 15, 1991 in Baltimore, Md. to parents Jorge and Kathy Fernandez…Has a younger sister, Kelly…Undecided on a major. QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Molly is one of the most creative attackers we have had at Penn State. She is so much fun to watch play and makes the people around her better. She will be an impact player this year as a freshman.”

9 Katie

GUY

5-8 • Freshman Defender

Whitby, Ontario • Anderson C.V.I.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Competed as the youngest member of Team Canada at the 2009 FIL World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic, helping it capture the bronze medal…Played under Team Canada head coach Jen Johnson, a former Nittany Lion who ranks ninth on the program’s career points list…As a member of the Canadian Provincial U-19 team, won championships at the Ontario Summer Games in 2006 and 2008…Started for Team Canada at the U-19 World Championships as a 17-year old…Earned Rookie of the Year honors on the U-19 squad in 2006…As a member of the Canadian Provincial U15 team, captured three championships and was named outstanding defensive player in 2004 and team co-captain and outstanding graduating player in 2005…Playing in high school for the Anderson C.V.I. Raiders, Guy she was honored as varsity rookie of the year in 2006 and was selected as a co-captain in 2007 and 2009…Also a standout student, she earned honors award for academic excellence all four years in high school. PERSONAL Born Kathryn Marni Guy on March 27, 1991 in Ajax, Ontario to parents Mark and Susan Guy…Has an older sister, Jennifer, and brother, Jason…Brother played professionally in the Ontario Hockey League for the London Knights…Hobbies include coaching and refereeing…Grew up playing ice hockey, winning a North Metro League Championship in 2003…Plans to major in engineering and pursue a career in the pharmaceutical industry.

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QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Katie is the team’s youngest defender, but her experience in the international lacrosse scene has enabled her to make her presence felt immediately. She brings size, speed, and an eagerness to learn the college game. Look for Katie to earn valuable game time this season.”

13 Hayley

SOFARNOS 5-6 • Freshman Attack

Williamstown, Australia • Westbourne

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB A four-year member of the Australian U-19 Team…Named to the 2007 U19 IFWLA All-World Team…At the 2007 U-19 World Championships, earned the Spirit of Lacrosse Award and was chosen MVP of the Aussies' match-up with England…For the tournament, was Team Australia's secondleading scorer and ranked ninth overall among World Championship participants with 19 points (7 goals, 12 assists)…Active at the state lacrosse level as well, was a member of the Senior Victorian State Team (2008-09), the U-17 Victorian State Team (2004-08), and the U-15 Victorian State Team (2003-2006) which won a combined six national championships…In 2007, received the Junior Sports Star of the Year award from the Leader Newspaper for her play with the Victorian State Team…A member of the Newport Ladies Lacrosse Club (NLLC) at different levels since 2002, helped her teams capture a total of six premierships, including three straight from 2006-08…Earned Best and Fairest honors with the NLLC in 2006 and 2008 and also served as team co-captain last year. PERSONAL Born Hayley Lauren Sofarnos on March 29, 1991 in Melbourne, Australia to parents John and Sue Sofarnos…Mother is head coach of the Australian National Team and was a member of the team from 1982-1997, winning five World Cups…Has a younger sister, Jessica…Plans to major in nutrition as pursue a career as a sports nutritionist…Chose Penn State due to the “amazing academic and athletic opportunities.” QUOTING COACH ISIDOR “Hayley is a powerful attacker who is equally dangerous as a scorer and a feeder. She has great knowledge of the game. We look for her to be a major contributor on the attack.”


History

AMERICAN LACROSSE CONFERENCE

e American Lacrosse Conference, in its ninth year of existence, is a lacrosse-only conference that consists of the University of Florida, John Hopkins University, Northwestern University, Penn State University, e Ohio State University, the University of South Carolina, and Vanderbilt University. In 2001 coaches from Davidson, John Hopkins, Northwestern, Ohio, Penn State, Ohio State and Vanderbilt met to form this conference as a means to provide more opportunities for the student-athletes at their respective institutions. In 2002, the American Lacrosse Conference sponsored its first season, with Vanderbilt winning the league title. In 2004 the ALC received an automatic qualifying berth to the NCAA Championship for the first time. Davidson withdrew from the conference in 2005. In June of 2006 Florida announced it would be elevating women’s lacrosse to a varsity sport for the 2010 season and in October of 2006, the Gators joined the ALC. In February of 2007, South Carolina also announced the addition of lacrosse to the varsity roster, and in March of 2007, the Gamecocks were admitted to the conference. In 2006 the conference approved a tournament format and 2007 marked the first ALC post-season tournament, with the winner earning the automatic berth to the NCAA Championship. However, in 2008 the conference tournament featured only five teams, and the automatic qualification was suspended. With Florida sponsoring a varsity team in 2010, the fourth year of the tournament, the NCAA bid has been restored and the ALC Championship winner will again earn the league’s automatic berth. A Winning Tradition

e American Lacrosse Conference is synonymous with excellence, both on and off the field. e league has boasted the top conference RPI in five of the eight years of competition, a testament to the depth of the conference. Members of the ALC are consistently found in the national rankings; the conference typically boasts at least three schools in the top-20 polls. e national champion has been a member of the ALC in five of the conference’s eight years of existence; the league has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Championship in six of the eight years. In 2007, three members of the conference were designated as seeds. On an individual basis, student-athletes from the conference have been honored for outstanding performances on a regular basis. e Honda Award, recognizing the top player in the game, has been presented to a student-athlete from the conference in each of the last five seasons, including three times to Kristen Kjellman from Northwestern and twice to Hannah Nielsen, also from NU. e Tewaaraton Trophy, which honors the premier collegiate player, has been awarded to a student-athlete from the conference for four consecutive years, with Kjellman winning twice and Nielsen being honored during the last two seasons. In 2009, Northwestern’s Hilary Bowen was named the ESPN e Magazine Academic AllAmerican of the Year. Northwestern’s Kelly Amonte Hiller has earned National Coach of the Year honors in three of the last five seasons. International Impact

e conference has been part of significant lacrosse events as both student-athletes and coaches have participated in both the World Cup and the Under-19 World Championships. Two members of the 2003 USA World Championship team went on to play lacrosse at conference institutions; four current student-athletes at conference schools won a world title in 2007 with the USA Under-19 team. In 2005, Hannah Nielsen won a gold medal with the Australian national team at the IFWLA World Cup; in 2009 Northwestern alumna Kristen Kjellman, Saran Albrecht, and Lindsay Munday with Ohio State grad Regina Oliver to win the FIL World Cup.

Commissioner

Peggy Pruitt pruitt@ohio.edu 740-593-3410

Sports Information

Chip Rogers chipr@virginia.edu 434-825-2082

PENN STATE NITTANY LIONS

FLORIDA GATORS

JOHNS HOPKINS BLUE JAYS

NORTHWESTERN WILDCATS

OHIO STATE BUCKEYES

SOUTH CAROLINA GAMECOCKS

VANDERBILT COMMODORES

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2009 SEASON RESULTS Date Feb. 18

Opponent LAFAYETTE 1-0, 0-0

Score W, 20-7

Goals and assists Goals: Steadman (4), Valderas (3), Wick (3), Lozano (2), Eastman (2), Lincicome (2), Mihm (1), McGuire (1), Dean (1), Welch (1) Assists: McGuire (3), Mihm (3), Steadman (3), Lozano (2), Boccio (1)

Feb. 25

BUCKNELL 2-0, 0-0

W, 18-5

Goals: Lozano (3), K. Shea (3), Dean (2), Valderas (2), Longobucco (1), Lesnick (1), Mihm (1), McGuire (1), Steadman (1), Carter (1), Bryan (1), Zichelli (1) Assists: Lincicome (2), Longobucco (2), Dean (1), Eastman (1), Lesnick (1), Lozano (1)

March 1

COLGATE 3-0, 0-0

W, 16-6

Goals: Lesnick (4), K. Shea (3), Valderas (2), Bucci (2), McGuire (1), Lozano (1), Eastman (1), Carter (1), Wick (1) Assists: Mihm (3), McGuire (2), Lozano (1), Valderas (1)

March 3

MOUNT ST. MARY’S 4-0, 0-0

W, 13-3

Goals: Mihm (2), K. Shea (2), Zichelli (2), Wick (2), Lozano (1), Lesnick (1), Valderas (1), Bucci (1), Welch (1) Assists: McGuire (2), Bryan (1), Callahan (1), Mihm (1)

March 8

at Virginia 4-1, 0-0

L, 12-11(OT) Goals: Mihm (3), Carter (2), Lozano (1), K. Shea (1), Zichelli (1), Bucci (1), Lesnick (1), ` Wick (1) Assists: Eastman (1), Lincicome (1), Lozano (1), McGuire (1), Steadman (1), Valderas (1)

March 14

at Princeton 4-2, 0-0

L, 9-7

Goals: Lozano (3), K. Shea (1), Mihm (1), Zichelli (1), McGuire (1) Assists: K. Shea (1), Valderas (1)

March 18

PENNSYLVANIA 4-3, 0-0

L, 9-6

Goals: Lesnick (2), Lozano (1), Steadman (1), Zichelli (1), Mihm (1) Assists: Lozano (2), Eastman (1), Steadman (1)

March 22

VANDERBILT 4-4, 0-1

L, 12-7

Goals: Lesnick (2), Lozano (1), Mihm (1), Valderas (1), Wick (1), Bucci (1) Assists: Lozano (2), Mihm (1), Steadman (1)

March 28

at William & Mary 5-4, 0-1

W, 14-12

Goals: Lozano (3), Steadman (2), Bucci (2), Lesnick (2), K. Shea (1), Eastman (1), Zichelli (1), Lincicome (1), Mihm (1) Assists: Steadman (2), Bucci (1), Lozano (1), McGuire (1)

April 3

vs. Maryland 5-5, 0-1

L, 20-12

Goals: K. Shea (3), Mihm (3), Bucci (2), Steadman (1), Lesnick (1), Zichelli (1), Longobucco (1) Assists: Lincicome (2), Lozano (2), Mihm (1), K. Shea (1), Steadman (1)

April 5

vs. North Carolina 5-6, 0-1

L, 11-7

Goals: K. Shea (2), Bucci (2), Steadman (2), Zichelli (1) Assists: Valderas (1)

April 8

LEHIGH 6-6, 0-1

W, 14-10

Goals: K. Shea (4), Bucci (2), Valderas (2), Steadman (2), Zichelli (2), Lozano (1), Mihm (1) Assists: Bucci (2), Eastman (1), Lincicome (1), Lozano (1), K. Shea (1), Valderas (1)

April 12

at Northwestern 6-7, 0-2

L, 17-6

Goals: Steadman (1), Mihm (1), Bucci (1), Valderas (1), Zichelli (1), Lincicome (1) Assists: Lozano (1), Steadman (1)

April 19

OHIO STATE 7-7, 1-2

W, 13-9

Goals: Zichelli (3), Bucci (2), Mihm (2), K. Shea (2), Lesnick (2), Valderas (1), Lincicome (1) Assists: Lozano (3), Bucci (1), Mihm (1)

April 25

at Johns Hopkins 8-7, 2-2

W, 12-11

Goals: Mihm (4), Zichelli (3), Lesnick (2), K. Shea (1), Lincicome (1), Bucci (1) Assists: Lozano (3)

May 1

OHIO STATE ALC Championship 9-7, 2-2

W, 11-7

Goals: Lozano (3), Lesnick (3), Mihm (2), Bucci (1), Zichelli (1), Bryan (1) Assists: Lozano (4), Mihm (1)

May 2

NORTHWESTERN ALC Championship 9-8, 2-2

L, 13-3

Goals: Lesnick (1), K. Shea (1), Bryan (1) Assists: Zichelli (1)

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2009 STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Name Marisa Lozano Erica Mihm Kerry Shea Jen Steadman Laura Lesnick eresa Bucci eresa Zichelli Maria Valderas Megan McGuire Laura Lincicome Katy Wick Jackie Eastman Aly Carter Mariel Bryan Mary Dean Amanda Longobucco Elaine Welch Bridget Callahan Ashley Boccio Stephanie Markunas Maggie Dunbar Dana Cahill Stephanie Ellis Ashley Ross Colleen Shea Megan Hollerbach Aly Adams Lauren Burke Cassie Speno Chrissie Galindo Brittany Jensen Brittaney Chamberlain Margo Josephs Penn State Totals

GP-GS 17-17 17-17 17-17 15-2 16-16 17-17 17-5 17-17 17-15 17-17 14-0 17-0 17-0 12-0 7-0 15-0 4-0 2-0 17-17 7-0 17-17 5-0 17-17 13-0 3-0 2-0 4-0 6-0 2-0 5-0 15-0 2-0 13-13 17

Total Shots 53 47 63 29 43 35 33 27 10 17 11 21 15 10 4 5 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 429

Total Goals 20 25 24 14 22 18 19 12 4 6 8 4 4 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 190

Name Dana Cahill Stephanie Ellis Penn State Totals

GP/GS 5-0 17-17 17

Min. 89:22 936:38 1026:00

GOALKEEPING STATISTICS

GOALS BY PERIOD Team Penn State Opponents

1 110 72

TEAM LEADERS Goals 1. Mihm 2. K. Shea 3. Lesnick 4. Lozano 5. Zichelli

25 23 22 20 19

2 80 100

OT 0 1

Assists 1. Lozano 2. Mihm 3. Steadman 4. McGuire 5. Lincicome

24 11 10 9 6

GA 8 165 173

FP Goals 2 3 10 1 4 6 9 3 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 43

Saves 11 135 146

Assts. 24 11 3 10 1 4 1 5 9 6 0 4 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 84

Total Pts. 44 36 27 24 23 22 20 17 13 12 8 8 4 4 4 4 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 274

Save% GAA .579 5.37 .450 10.57 .458 10.12

Grnd Balls 13 19 34 4 10 21 19 15 14 13 3 26 8 2 3 6 0 1 11 1 32 1 37 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 26 330

GP 5 25

Caused TOs 4 7 9 1 3 0 2 4 1 3 2 8 1 2 1 3 0 0 3 0 17 0 8 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 23 139

Min. 89:22 1116:27

Draw Cntrls 5 42 27 5 15 8 16 9 9 13 1 6 3 0 0 6 0 0 2 1 31 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 206

GA 8 191

GP 47 44 58 31 29 50 17 51 52 32 19 22 41 57 7 47 4 2 26 7 33 5 25 13 3 5 4 15 2 22 31 2 31

CAREER Saves 11 163

Career G A 58 36 45 19 84 20 29 18 26 1 44 15 19 1 24 12 18 26 11 8 8 0 6 5 7 1 25 2 3 1 10 5 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 2

Save% .579 .450

Pts. 84 64 104 47 27 59 20 36 44 19 8 11 8 27 4 15 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 8 0 2

GAA 5.37 10.26

Total 190 173

Points 1. Lozano 2. Mihm 3. K. Shea 4. Steadman 5. Lesnick

44 36 27 24 23

Ground Balls 1. Ellis 2. K. Shea 3. Dunbar 4 Eastman Josephs

37 34 32 26 26

Caused Turnovers 1. Josephs 23 2. Dunbar 17 3. K. Shea 9 4. Eastman 8 Ellis 8

Draw Controls 1. Mihm 2. Dunbar 3. K. Shea 4. Zichelli 5. Lesnick

42 31 27 16 15

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COACHING HISTORY MARGARET FRINGER 1965 2-1-0

VIRGINIA HARPSTER 1966-67 0-4-1

ELLEN PERRY 1968-73 15-24-1

GILLIAN RATTRAY 1974-85 143-19-3

SUSAN DELANEY-SCHEETZ 1986-89 67-9-0

JULIE WILLIAMS 1990-99 116-55-0

KAREN SCHNELLENBACH 2000 8-9-0

SUZANNE ISIDOR 2001-present 74-79-0

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REGULAR SEASON/POSTSEASON HISTORY YEAR-BY-YEAR REGULAR SEASON RESULTS Overall Record: 426-200-5 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

2-1-0 0-1-0 0-3-1 5-1-0 1-5-0 2-4-0 1-5-0 3-4-1 3-5-0 7-1-0 8-2-0 8-1-0 9-1-0 14-0-1 17-0-0 14-1-2 13-2-0 14-3-0 14-2-0 12-2-0 14-4-0 16-2-0 17-2-0 15-4-0 19-1-0 13-5-0 14-4-0 11-5-0 11-5-0 9-6-0 12-6-0 11-5-0 10-6-0 10-8-0 15-5-0 8-9-0 8-10-0 8-9-0 9-8-0 6-11-0 12-5-0

2006 2007 2008 2009

8-8-0 9-8-0 5-12-0 9-8-0

USWLA National Champions USWLA National Champions USWLA National Champions AIWA 5th place AIAW 3rd place NCAA 3rd place NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA 2nd place NCAA National Champions NCAA 2nd place NCAA National Champions NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals ECAC Champions NCAA Semifinals NCAA First Round ALC Second Place (4-2) ALC Second Place (5-1) ALC Fourth Place (3-3) ALC Second Place (5-1) NCAA First Round ALC Second Place (4-1) ALC Fifth Place (0-4) ALC Fifth Place (0-4) ALC Second Place (Tie) (2-2)

YEAR-BY-YEAR POSTSEASON HISTORY 1978 National Champions USWLA at James Madison W, 18-0 vs. Rutgers (quarterfinals) W, 9-3 vs. Massachusetts (semifinals) W, 9-3 vs. Maryland (championship) 1979 National Champions USWLA at Penn State W, 23-2 vs. Brown (quarterfinals) W, 9-2 vs. Yale (semifinals) W, 8-5 vs. Massachusetts (championship) 1980 National Champions USWLA at Princeton W, 12-6 vs. Harvard (quarterfinals) W, 8-3 vs. Massachusetts (semifinals) W, 3-1 vs. Maryland (championship) 1981 Fifth Place AIAW at Penn State L, 12-8 vs. Maryland (first round) W, 16-3 vs. James Madison (consolations) W, 14-8 vs. Massachusetts (5th place) 1982 Third Place EAIAW Regionals at Maryland L, 7-6 vs. Pennsylvania W, 9-2 vs. Maryland (3rd place) AIAW at West Chester W, 29-7 vs. Ohio (quarterfinals) L, 6-5 (OT) vs. Temple (semifinals) W, 4-3 vs. Pennsylvania (3rd place) 1983 Third Place NCAA First Round at Penn State W, 12-2 vs. Pennsylvania NCAA at Pennsylvania L, 7-5 vs. Delaware (semifinals) W, 7-6 (OT) vs. Massachusetts (3rd place) 1984 Quarterfinal Round NCAA at Penn State L, 10-9 vs. Delaware 1985 Third Place NCAA at Maryland L, 12-11 (3OT) vs. Maryland 1986 Second Place NCAA at Temple W, 8-6 vs. Temple (semifinals) NCAA at Maryland L, 11-0 vs. Maryland (championship) 1987 National Champions NCAA at Penn State W, 14-9 vs. Virginia (semifinals) NCAA at Maryland W, 7-6 vs. Temple (championship) 1988 Second Place NCAA at Penn State W, 12-6 vs. Northwestern (quarterfinals)

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2001

2005

NCAA at Lafayette W, 8-6 vs. Lafayette (semifinals) NCAA at Haverford L, 15-7 vs. Temple (championship) National Champions NCAA at West Chester W, 9-3 vs. Temple (semifinals) W, 7-6 vs. Harvard (championship) Quarterfinal Round NCAA at Temple L, 9-4 vs. Temple (quarterfinals) Semifinal Round NCAA at Lafayette W, 11-9 vs. Lafayette (quarterfinals) NCAA at Trenton State L, 10-5 vs. Virginia (semifinals) Quarterfinal Round NCAA at Virginia L, 11-5 vs. Virginia (quarterfinals) Quarterfinal Round NCAA at Princeton L, 11-7 vs. Princeton (quarterfinals) Semifinal Round NCAA at Penn State W, 11-7 vs. James Madison NCAA at Trenton State L, 12-7 vs. Maryland (semifinals) Quarterfinal Round NCAA at Princeton L, 13-9 vs. Princeton (quarterfinals) First Round NCAA at Maryland L, 6-2 vs. Maryland ECAC Champions ECAC at Penn State W, 14-13 vs. Massachusetts (semifinals) W, 14-9 Rutgers (champions) Semifinal Round NCAA at Penn State W, 23-7 vs. West Chester (first round) NCAA at Princeton W, 9-7 (OT) vs. Princeton (quarterfinals) NCAA at Johns Hopkins L, 17-13 vs. Maryland (semifinals) First Round NCAA at Dartmouth L, 9-7 vs. Dartmouth (first round) First Round NCAA at Penn State L,7-6(3OT)vs.NorthCarolina(firstround)

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PENN STATE RECORDS

PENN STATE at HOME All-Time Record: 227-83-2

HOLUBA HALL

Holuba Hall

Bigler Field

Jeffrey Field

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1987 1988 1990 1993 1994 1997 1998 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

25-19 (17 years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-0

BIGLER FIELD

1997 1998 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2008 2009

13-12 (10 years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2

1980 1981 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

38-17 (15 years) . . . . . . . . .0-1* (exhib.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1

JEFFREY FIELD

HOLUBA FIELD 1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996

12-4 (7 years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

118-16-1 (20 years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-3-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-2-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1-0

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

21-15-1 (12 years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-3-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-3-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-0-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1-0

LADY LION FIELD

POLLOCK FIELD


PENN STATE RECORDS CAREER POINTS (games) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

380 334 289 234 216 208 203 201 200 199 194 193 173 170 165

Marsha Florio, 1982-85 (65) Candy Finn, 1979-82 (58) Tami Worley, 1986-89 (76) Beth Thompson, 1983-86 (59) Laurie Gray, 1981-84 (59) Colleen O’Hara, 2000-03 (69) Michele DeJuliis, 1994-97 (65) Maggy Dunphy, 1983-86 (50) Jen Johnson, 1996-99 (70) Sharon Duffey, 1975-78 (39) Mary Ann Foley, 1987-90 (78) Betsy Williams, 1981-84 (60) Diane Whipple, 1987-90 (75) Megan Smith, 1988-91 (67) Shari Maslin, 2003-06 (63)

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

271 265 230 154 153 150 148 142 137 136 136 132 125 120 120 114

Marsha Florio, 1982-85 (65) Candy Finn, 1979-82 (58) Tami Worley, 1986-89 (76) Sharon Duffey, 1975-78 (39) Laurie Gray, 1981-84 (59) Maggie Dunphy, 1983-86 (50) Diane Whipple, 1987-90 (75) Michele DeJuliis, 1994-97 (65) Mary Ann Foley, 1987-90 (78) Beth Thompson, 1983-86 (59) Jen Johnson, 1996-99 (70) Colleen O’Hara, 2000-03 (69) Char Morett, 1976-79 (36) Laurie Hoke, 1980-83 (60) Lori Havrilla, 2003-06 (63) Betsy Williams, 1981-84 (60)

115 109 98 98 79 76 68 64 63 61 61 60 59 57 57 53 53

Julie Tice, 1997-00 (60) Marsha Florio, 1982-85 (65) Beth Thompson, 1983-86 (59) Megan Smith, 1988-91 (67) Betsy Williams, 1981-84 (60) Colleen O’Hara, 2000-03 (69) Lee Clough, 1986-89 (65) Jen Johnson, 1996-99 (70) Laurie Gray, 1981-84 (59) Michele DeJuliis, 1994-97 (65) Tam Crowe, 1994-97 (65) Candy Finn, 1979-82 (58) Tami Worley, 1986-89 (76) Lynn Thompson, 1978-81 (54) Mary Ann Foley, 1987-90 (78) Amanda Veal, 1984-87 (47) Shari Maslin, 2003-06 (63)

CAREER GOALS (games)

12 13. 14. 15.

CAREER ASSISTS (games) 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9 10. 12. 13. 14. 16.

TEAM RECORDS

Marsha Florio is Penn State’s career leader in goals (271) and points (380).

Goals game: 32 vs. Lock Haven, 1983 Goals season: 280 (19 games), 1986 Avg. goals per game: 15.5 (280 in 18 games) 1986 Assists game: 19 vs. Lock Haven, 1983; vs. Princeton 1985 Assists season: 127 (16 games), 1983 Avg. assists per game: 7.9 (127 in 16 games), 1983 Points game: 51 (32 goals, 19 assists) vs. Lock Haven, 1983 Points season: 396 (280 goals, 116 assists), 1986 Avg. points per game: 23.4 (327 in 14 games), 1984

GOALS, ASSISTS, POINTS

Goals game: 14, Candy Finn vs. East Stroudsburg, 1980 Goals season: 79, Marsha Florio (18 games), 1985 Goals freshman: 60, Marsha Florio (17 games), 1982 Goals sophomore: 68, Marsha Florio (15 games), 1983 Goals junior: 76, Candy Finn (15 games), 1981 Goals senior: 79, Marsha Florio (18 games), 1985 Goals career: 271, Marsha Florio (65 games), 1982-85 Season avg. gpg: 5.07 Candy Finn (76 goals, 15 games) 1981 Career avg. gpg: 4.56, Candy Finn (265 in 58 games), 1979-82 Consecutive games scoring: 58 games (265 goals) Candy Finn 1979-82 Assists game: 8, Marsha Florio vs. Princeton, 1985 Assists season: 51, Megan Smith, 1990 Assists career: 109, Marsha Florio (65 games) 1982-85 Season avg. assists per game: 2.83 Megan Smith (51 in 18 games) 1990 Career avg. assts. per gm: 1.67 Marsha Florio (109 in 165 games), 82-85 Points game: 17, Candy Finn (14 goals, 3 ast) vs. E. Stroudsburg 1980, Marsha Florio (9 goals, 8 ast) vs. Princeton, 1985 Point season: 109, Marsha Florio (79 goals, 30 asts) 18 games, 1985 Points career: 281, Marsha Florio (271 goals, 109 asts) 65 games, 82-85 Career avg. ppg: 5.86, Marsha Florio (381 points, 65 games) 82-85 Consecutive games points: 58, Candy Finn (334 points) 79-82

GOALKEEPING

Saves game: 27 Janice Hvorecky vs. West Chester, 1976 Saves season: 219, Lee Tortorelli (17 games), 2004 Saves career: 735, Lee Tortorelli (68 games), 2002-2005 Saves % season: 74.7 Jody Field (163 saves, 55 goals, 13 games, 1979) Saves % career: 72.5 Jody Field (420 saves, 159 gls, 44 gms, 76-79) Goals Against Average season: 3.1 Jody Field (28 goals, 9 games 1976) and Jody Field (31 goals, 10 games, 1977) Goals Against Average career: 3.51 Jody Field (159 gls, 44 gms, 76-79) 5 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS • 98 ALL-AMERICANS www.GoPSUsports.com

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PENN STATE RECORDS INDIVIDUAL SCORING LEADERS (followed by Penn State and opponent season goal totals)

TEAM RECORDS

Jen Johnson led Penn State in scoring in 1998 and 1999.

Shutouts: 6, last vs. Lehigh, 1989 Fewest goals allowed season (min. 6 gms): 28, 9 games, 1976 Most goals allowed game: 23 vs. Georgetown, 2001 Most goals allowed season: 199, 17 games, 2002 Highest goals-vs.-avg. seas. (min. 6 gms): 10.8 (86 g in 8 games, 1973) Consecutive winning seasons: 25 years, 1974-1999 Consecutive losing seasons: 5, 1969-73 Consecutive wins: 20 (began after 6-6 tie at Maryland 4/25/78 and ended with 10-10 tie at Maryland 4/5/80)

Year

Individual Leaders

G/A-Pts/G

PSU/Opp/Gms

2009

Marisa Lozano, RSr.

20/24-44/17

190/173/17

2008

Jessi Lieb, Sr.

27/9-36/17

175/177/17

2007

Lindsay Dutch, Sr.

23/19-42/17

179/169/17

2006

Shari Maslin, Sr.

38/13-51/16

197/180/16

2005

Kristen Burke, Sr.

36/18-54/17

200/138/17

2004

Lori Havrilla, So.

36/12-48/17

170/147/17

2003

Colleen O’Hara, Sr.

34/23-57/17

190/141/17

2002

Colleen O’Hara, Jr.

46/13-59/17

184/199/17

2001

Colleen O’Hara, So.

33/19-52/18

188/180/18

2000

Julie Tice, Sr.

26/33-59/17

118/65/17

1999

Jen Johnson, Sr.

47/23-70/20

241/171/20

1998

Jen Johnson, Jr.

49/24-73/18

214/182/18

1997

Tam Crowe, Sr.

23/21-44/16

169/65/16

1996

Michele DeJuliis, Jr.

46/16-62/16

178/115/16

1995

Michele DeJuliis, So.

37/19-56/18

166/123/18

1994

Michele DeJuliis, Fr.

30/12-42/15

155/122/15

1993

Donna Bucci, Sr.

36/18-54/16

166/132/16

1992

Deanna Blood, Sr.

24/19-43/16

154/104/16

Lori Fitzgerald, Sr.

25/11-35/16

Megan Smith, Sr.

27/30-57/18

Mary Ann Foley, Sr.

29/18-47/18

Megan Smith, Jr.

23/51-74/17

Consecutive home wins: 23 (began after 8-5 loss to West Chester 4/15/76, ended with 7-7 tie with Ursinus 4/12/80

1991

Consecutive non-losses: 38 (began after 7-6 loss at West Chester 4/26/80, ended with 7-6 loss at Maryland 4/14/83)

1990

Diane Whipple, Sr.

62/10-72/18

Consecutive losses: 7, (last 5 games 1969, first two 1970)

1989

Tami Worley, Jr.

78/16-94/20

270/91/20

Consecutive scoring: 591 games (from 1973 to present)

1988

Tami Worley, Jr.

61/18-79/19

242/124/19

1987

Amanda Veal, Sr.

44/35-79/19

268/116/19

Tami Worley, So.

48/19-67/19

1986

Maggy Dunphy, Sr.

70/21-91/18

280/105/18

1985

Marsha Florio, Sr.

79/30-109/18

236/120/18

1984

Laurie Gray, Sr.

60/35-95/14

213/80/14

Marsha Florio, Jr.

64/26-90/14

1983

Marsha Florio, So.

68/27-95/16

245/93/14

1982

Candy Finn, Sr.

73/21-94/16

250/91/17 193/110/15

Colleen O’Hara led the Nittany Lions in scoring for three consecutive seasons (20012003).

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173/121/18 181/93/18

1981

Candy Finn, Jr.

76/17-93/15

1980

Candy Finn, So.

67/18-85/14

158/61/14

1979

Candy Finn, Fr.

49/14-63/13

158/55/13

1978

Sharon Duffey, Sr.

40/14-54/12

154/34/12

1977

Sharon Duffey, Jr.

37/14-51/9

145/31/10

1976

Sharon Duffey, So.

49/7-56/8

155/115/9

1975

Sharon Duffey, Fr.

38/10-48/10

114/53/10


DIANE WHIPPLE MEMORIAL AWARD enn State remembers the late Diane Whipple, a two-time All-American and Penn State’s Female Athlete of the Year in 1990, whose life was tragically taken in a dog attack in San Francisco on January 26, 2001. “Diane’s tragic death left her many friends here and throughout the country in shock and grief,” said Penn State Athletic Director Tim Curley. “She was a young person of unlimited possibility. During her career as a student-athlete, Diane excelled at the highest level.” Whipple was an integral member of the 1987 and 1989 National Championship teams. After her collegiate career was over, Whipple continued to impact the world of lacrosse by coaching. After serving as the head coach at UC San Diego, Whipple became the head coach at St. Mary’s College in Moraga, Calif. “Diane brought to those coaching responsibilities the same dedication and purpose that marked her play as an athlete,” stated Curley. “Our thoughts and prayers are forever with the members of the St. Mary’s team who have lost a mentor and friend. Those who knew Diane will forever treasure the memory. She was a marvelous athlete and, even more important, a teammate of uncommon grace and sensitivity.”

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To keep the spirit of Diane Whipple alive, the Penn State women’s lacrosse program has created an award in Diane’s name. The Diane Whipple Award is presented annually to the Penn State women’s lacrosse player “who displays a competitive passion for the game, and whose work ethic demonstrates the desire and determination to achieve success.” The award winner for the 2009 season was Megan McGuire. Prized for her passing ability and vision, Megan was a mainstay on the Penn State attack as a senior. A leader both on and off the field, she inspired her teammates with her tremendous work ethic and passion. Megan, both as a player and as a person, exhibited the attributes and personified the spirit for which the Diane Whipple Award stands.

MEGAN McGUIRE

WHIPPLE AWARD WINNERS 2001: Alison DeCecco 2006: Katrina McGowan 2002: BJ Lucey 2007: Renee Cipro 2003: Katie Pace 2008: Linsey Shea 2004: Janique Craig 2009: Megan McGuire 2005: Emily Chambers

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PENN STATE HONORS PENN STATE ALL-AMERICANS (98) US Lacrosse All-Americans (43) 1974: Gwen Kranzley 1975: Barb Doran 1976: Barb Doran 1977: Barb Doran Sharon Duffey 1978: Sharon Duffey Charlene Morett Linda Waltz 1980: Candy Finn Lynn Thompson 1981: Candy Finn Lynn Thompson 1984: Barb Jordan Betsy Williams 1985: Barb Jordan 1986: Maggy Dunphy Mary McCarthy Beth Thompson 1987: Mary McCarthy Chris Vitale Tami Worley 1988: Anne Marie Vesco Tami Worley 1989: Becky Vaughan Diane Whipple Tami Worley 1991: Karen Hoysted 1992: Deanna Blood Ann Kolongowski 1993: Ann Kolongowski Jill Pearsall 1994: Jill Pearsall 1995: Jill Pearsall Joanne Connelly 1996: Joanne Connelly Michele DeJuliis 1997: Michele DeJuliis Allison McCall 1999: Jen Johnson Emily Mechem Colleen O’Brien 2000: Jenn Webb 2001: Alison DeCecco

Brine/IWLCA All-Americans (46) 1982: Candy Finn Marsha Florio 1983: Marsha Florio Barb Jordan 1984: Ellen Cohill Marsha Florio Laurie Gray Barb Jordan 1985: Maggy Dunphy Marsha Florio Barb Jordan 1986: Maggy Dunphy Alix Hughes Mary McCarthy Beth Thompson 1987: Mary McCarthy Amanda Veal Chris Vitale 1988: Becky Vaughan Anne Marie Vesco Tami Worley 1989: Tracy Mass Becky Vaughan Diane Whipple Tami Worley 1990: Tracy Mass Diane Whipple 1991: Karen Hoysted Ann Kolongowski Megan Smith 1992: Deanna Blood Ann Kolongowski 1993: Ann Kolongowski Jill Pearsall 1995: Jill Pearsall Joanne Connelly Michele DeJuliis 1996: Joanne Connelly Michele DeJuliis 1997: Michele DeJuliis 1999: Jen Johnson Emily Mechem Colleen O’Brien 2000: Julie Tice Jenn Webb 2001: Alison DeCecco Colleen O’Hara

IWLCA/US Lacrosse All-Americans (9) 2009: Kerry Shea (3rd) 2003: Colleen O’Hara Lee Tortorelli 2004: Lee Tortorelli (1st) Janique Craig (3rd) 2005: Emily Chambers (2nd) Renee Cipro (3rd) Lori Havrilla (3rd) 2006: Jessi Lieb (3rd) 40 PENN STATE 2009-2010 WOMEN’S LACROSSE

IWLCA REGIONAL ALL-AMERICANS (19) 2005: Emily Chambers (1st), Renee Cipro (1st), Lori Havrilla (1st), Jessi Lieb (1st), Lee Tortorelli (1st), Kristen Burke (2nd) 2006: Renee Cipro (1st), Jessi Lieb (1st), Shari Maslin (1st), Lauren Bryan (2nd), Lori Havrilla (2nd) 2007: Renee Cipro (1st), Jessi Lieb (1st), Kerry Shea (2nd) 2008: Jessi Lieb (1st), Kerry Shea (2nd) 2009: Kerry Shea (1st), Ashley Boccio (1st), Stephanie Ellis (2)

HALL AWARD WINNERS (7)

The Hall Award honors Penn State’s top senior athlete 1984: Betsy Williams 1990: Diane Whipple 1986: Alix Hughes 1991: Megan Smith 1987: Mary McCarthy 1995: Jill Pearsall 1989: Tami Worley

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS (25)

1988: Becky Vaughan, GTE-CoSIDA, Second Team 1989: Becky Vaughan, GTE-CoSIDA First Team 1994: Kara Stockett, IWLCA First Team 1995: Jen Kotkin, IWLCA First Team 1996: Tara Rowlyk, IWLCA First Team 1997 Tara Rowlyk, Emily Mechem IWLCA First Team 1999: Courtney Jenkins, Emily Mechem, IWLCA First Team 2001: Brooke Bailey, IWLCA First Team 2002: Brooke Bailey, Sara Young, IWLCA First Team 2003: Katie Pace, Stephanie Curnoles, IWLCA First Team 2004: Stephanie Curnoles, IWLCA Honor Roll 2005: Brady Beach, Megan Boyd, Emily Chambers, Katrina McGowan, Lee Tortorelli, IWLCA Honor Roll 2006: Renee Cipro, Katrina McGowan, IWLCA Honor Roll 2007: Renee Cipro, ESPN The Magazine First Team 2009: Lauren Burke, Megan McGuire, Kerry Shea, IWLCA Scholar Athletes

ALL-ALC (30)

The American Lacrosse Conference was formed in 2002 2002: Colleen O’Hara, Alison DeCecco 2003: Colleen O’Hara (1st), Stephanie Curnoles (2nd ), Katie Jeschke (2nd), Lee Tortorelli (2nd), Liz Frandé (2nd), Shari Maslin (2nd) 2004: Janique Craig (1st), Stephanie Curnoles (1st), Lori Havrilla (1st), Lee Tortorelli (1st), Kristen Burke (2nd) 2005: Emily Chambers (1st), Renee Cipro (1st), Lori Havrilla (2nd), Jessi Lieb (2nd), Shari Maslin (2nd), Lee Tortorelli (2nd) 2006: Renee Cipro (1st), Jessi Lieb (1st), Lauren Bryan (2nd), Shari Maslin (2nd) 2007: Renee Cipro (1st), Jessi Lieb (1st), Kerry Shea (2nd) 2008: Jessi Lieb (1st), Theresa Bucci (2nd), Kerry Shea (2nd), Linsey Shea (2nd) 2009: Kerry Shea (1st), Ashley Boccio (2nd), Theresa Bucci (2nd), Stephanie Ellis (2nd), Erica Mihm (2nd)


PENN STATE HONORS ACADEMIC ALL-ALC (144) 2002: Amy Altadonna, Brooke Bailey, Kristen Burke, Emily Chambers, Stephanie Curnoles, Shanna Dunn, Lauren Fisch, Kathleen Heuisler, Melissa Jung, Cara Keating, Sooji Lee, B.J. Lucey, Melissa Macrone, Skye Middleton, Katie Pace, Alyson Shand, Sara Young 2003: Meg Boyd, Lauren Bryan, Kristen Burke, Emily Chambers, Janique Craig, Stephanie Curnoles, Lauren Fisch, Liz Frandé, Katie Hartman, Lori Havrilla, Katie Jeschke, Shari Maslin, Katrina McGowan, Skye Middleton, Katie Pace, Jackie Sherman, Lee Totorelli, Sara Ward, Kristen Wood 2004: Emily Chambers, Renee Cipro, Janique Craig, Stephanie Curnoles, Jamie Donahue, Lauren Fisch, Katie Hartman, Lori Havrilla, Katie Jeschke, Katrina McGowan, Skye Middleton, Jackie Sherman, Lee Tortorelli, Sara Ward 2005: Meg Boyd, Lauren Bryan, Christine Buttle, Emily Chambers, Renee Cipro, Liz Frandé, Jenn Green, Lindsay Hagemann, Lori Havrilla, Kim Kontson, Jessi Lieb, Karen Long, Katrina McGowan, Skye Middleton, Joanie Plake, Linsey Shea, Lee Tortorelli, Kate Townsend, Sara Ward 2006: Megan Boyd, Lauren Bryan, Lauren Burke, Christina Buttle, Renee Cipro, Liz Frandé, Lindsay Hagemann, Lori Havrilla, Kim Kontson, Jessi Lieb, Laura Lincicome, Karen Long, Katrina McGowan, Megan McGuire, Joanie Plake, Kerry Shea, Linsey Shea 2007: Jess Boccio, Mariel Bryan, eresa Bucci, Lauren Burke, Christina Buttle, Aly Carter, Renee Cipro, Lindsay Dutch, Stephanie Ellis, Jenn Green, Lindsay Hagemann, Margo Josephs, Kim Kontson, Laura Lincicome, Karen Long, Megan McGuire, Joanie Plake, Kerry Shea, Linsey Shea, Maria Valderas 2008: Mariel Bryan, eresa Bucci, Lauren Burke, Christina Buttle, Mary Carter, Stephanie Ellis, Lindsay Hagemann, Margo Josephs, Kim Kontson, Jessi Lieb, Laura Lincicome, Megan McGuire, Erica Mihm, Kerry Shea, Linsey Shea, Maria Valderas 2009: Aly Adams, Ashley Boccio, Mariel Bryan, eresa Bucci, Lauren Burke, Dana Cahill, Aly Carter, Brittaney Chamberlain, Maggie Dunbar, Jackie Eastman, Chrissie Galindo, Megan Hollerbach, Brittany Jensen, Margo Josephs, Laura Lesnick, Laura Lincicome, Megan McGuire, Colleen Shea, Kerry Shea, Cassie Speno, Maria Valderas, Katy Wick

SEMIFINAL TEAMS 1978: 14-0-1 USWLA 1979: 17-0-0 USWLA 1980: 14-1-2 USWLA

1987: 17-2-0 NCAA 1989: 19-1-0 NCAA

1986: 16-2-0 NCAA

1988: 15-4-0 NCAA

NATIONAL RUNNERS-UP SEMIFINAL TEAMS 1982, 1983 1985, 1991, 1995, 1999

Michele DeJuliis (far right) captained the U.S. team that captured the gold medal at the 2009 FIL World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic. Team USA defeated Australia, 8-7, in the championship game, avenging a loss to the Aussies at the 2005 World Cup.

NATIONAL TEAM/ WORLD CUP MEMBERS United States

Mary McCarthy (1993)

Sue Delaney-Scheetz (2000) Betsy Williams (Dougherty) (2000) Julie Williams (2002)

Barb Jordan (1986) Joanne Connelly (1997/01/05) Candace Finn (Rocha) (1986) (Dougherty)

Julie Williams (1989/93) Jessi Lieb (2008-09) Michele DeJuliis (current) Canada Jennifer Johnson (1993-2008) Katie Guy (current) Ireland Jennifer Johnson (2009) Australia Hannah Nielsen (2005, 2009 World Cup) (current)

U-19 NATIONAL TEAM MEMBERS Australia

National

Candace Finn (Rocha) (1998)

Sue Delaney-Scheetz (Asst. Coach) (1986)

Betsy Williams (1986/89/93)

HALL OF FAME MEMBERS

Barb Jordan (2004) Gillian Rattray (2005) Pennsylvania Sue Delaney-Scheetz (1998) Betsy Williams (Dougherty) (2000) Julie Williams (2003) Barb Jordan (2005) Gillian Rattray (2007) Virginia Julie Williams (2001) New Jersey Mary McCarthy-Stefano (1997) Anne Marie Vesco (1999) Baltimore Michele DeJuliis (2008) Long Island Diane Whipple (2004)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1965

2-1

5/1/65 EAST STROUDSBURG 5/13/65 at Wilson College 5/16/65 BALTIMORE CLUB

1966

L, 15-3 W, 6-4 W, 7-5

0-1

5/3/66 at Stroudsburg St. Teachers L, 14-0 5/10/66 FROSTBURG Cancelled

1967 4/29/67 5/2/67 5/6/67 5/13/67

0-3-1 at Hartwick College at Frostburg EAST STROUDSBURG at Wilson

1968 4/20/68 4/26/68 4/27/68 5/2/68 5/4/68 5/11/68

5-1 HARTWICK at Ithaca at Cornell FROSTBURG at East Stroudsburg WILSON

1969 4/26/69 4/29/69 5/3/69 5/6/69 5/10/69 5/13/69

at Cornell W, 9-4 at Ithaca L, 8-5 HARTWICK W, 14-5 FROSTBURG L, 13-5 LOCK HAVEN L, 7-5 at East Stroudsburg L, 14-4 Southern District at Goucher Tournament at Towson College

4/14/73 4/21/73 4/24/73 4/30/73 5/2/73 5/5/73 5/8/73 5/10/73 5/12-13

1974 4/6/74 4/8/74 4/19/74 4/20/74 4/25/74 4/30/74 5/7/74 5/11/74 5/18-19

1975 4/12/75 4/18/75 4/22/75 4/24/75 4/26/75 4/29/75 5/2/75 5/6/76 5/8/76 5/10/75 5/14/75 5/18-19 5/24-26

1-5 at Frostburg ITHACA COLLEGE at Hartwick at Millersville EAST STROUDSBURG LOCK HAVEN

1972 4/18/72 4/21/72 4/22/72 4/28/72 4/29/72 5/5/72 5/6/72 5/11/72

W L,12-6 L L L L

2-4

1971 4/19/71 4/24/71 5/1/71 5/7/71 5/8/71 5/11/71

W W W W L W

1-5 at Wilson College ITHACA COLLEGE EAST STROUDSBURG at Frostburg LOCK HAVEN at Hartwick

1970 4/17/70 4/18/70 4/25/70 5/1/70 5/5/70 5/9/70 5/29-31

L, 17-15 T, 6-6 L, 20-2 L, 13-6

1973

L, 10-3 L, 11-6 W, 10-4 L, 9-5 L, 13-3 L, 10-4

3-4-1 FROSTBURG at Cornell at Ithaca MILLERSVILLE WILSON HARTWICK at Lock Haven at East Stroudsburg

T, 5-5 W, 6-5 L, 12-3 W, 10-5 L, 7-6 W, 11-3 L, 15-5 L, 15-0

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3-5 at Maryland L, 13-5 at Hartwick W, 13-10 ITHACA L, 20-5 LOCK HAVEN L, 14-4 at Millersville L, 15-9 CORNELL W, 1-0 (forfeit) at Wilson W, 14-6 at Frostburg L, 8-4 USWLA South. District Tournament at Goucher

7-1 FROSTBURG W, 12-7 HARTWICK W, 10-2 at Cornell W, 21-1 at Ithaca W, 13-8 at Maryland L, 9-8 MILLERSVILLE W, 11-4 at Lock Haven W 7-5 WILSON W, 12-3 Southern District Tournament at Goucher

8-2 at Wilson College W, 12-1 CORNELL W, 20-2 at Millersville W, 9-4 at Frostburg W, 10-5 at Hartwick W, 18-0 MARYLAND W, 13-6 ITHACA W, 15-8 LOCK HAVEN W, 7-5 at East Stroudsburg. L, 10-8 WEST CHESTER L, 12-2 Central Penn at Dickinson Southern District at Goucher USWLA Nationals at Dickinson

1976 4/15/76 4/17/76 4/20/76 4/27/76 5/1/76 5/4/76 5/6/76 5/8/76 5/13/76 5/15-16 5/22-23 5/29-31

1977 4/5/77 4/12/77 4/16/77 4/19/77 4/26/77 4/28/77 4/30/77 5/3/77 5/5/77 5/8/77 5/12/77 5/14-15 5/12-13

1978

8-1 WEST CHESTER L, 8-5 at Ithaca W, 24-2 at Frostburg W, 23-1 at Maryland W, 13-2 MILLERSVILLE W, 8-1 at Lock Haven W, 11-3 at East Stroudsburg. W, 8-7 SUNY-CORTLAND W, 16-1 URSINUS W, 7-4 Central Penn at Dickinson Southern District at Goucher USWLA Nationals at Swarthmore11977

9-1 at Millersville W, 21-0 SUNY-BROCKPORT W, 22-0 SUNY-Cortland W, 16-3 FROSTBURG W, 26-1 at West Chester L, 7-6 MARYLAND W, 8-5 LOCK HAVEN . W, 8-2 SLIPPERY ROCK. W, 20-2 at East Stroudsburg W, 8-7 at Central Pa. Lacrosse Trials at Ursinus W, 10-4 at Southern District at Goucher at USWLA National Tournament at Brown

14-0-1

4/7/78 4/8/78 4/11/78 4/13/78 4/15/78 4/20/78 4/22/78 4/25/78 4/27/78 4/29/78 5/4/78 5/6-7/78

TOWSON W, 14-5 at Temple W, 11-9 at SUNY-Brockport cancelled MILLERSVILLE W, 30-3 URSINUS W, 6-4 at Slippery Rock cancelled WEST CHESTER W, 13-4 at Maryland T, 6-6 at Lock Haven W, 9-2 RUTGERS W, 19-2 EAST STROUDSBURG W, 10-4 Cent. Pa. Tourn. at Bucknell1st Place Bucknell 13-1, Lock Haven 9-2, Slippery Rock 14-0 5/27/78 +Rutgers W, 18-0 5/28/78 +Massachusetts W, 9-3 5/29/78 +Maryland W, 9-3 +USWLA College Division Tournament at James Madison

Penn State’s Karen Pesto appeared on the June 26, 1978 issue of Time Magazine to promote an article on women’s emerging influence on and increasing role in the world of sports.


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1979

17-0

3/29/79 4/5/79 4/6/79 4/17/79 4/19/79 4/21/79 4/24/79 4/26/79 4/28/79 5/2/79 5/4/79 5/5-6/79

TEMPLE W, 9-8 DELAWARE W, 25-2 at Ursinus W, 10-7 SLIPPERY ROCK W, 16-2 LOCK HAVEN W, 11-6 West Chester W, 9-5 MARYLAND W, 6-5 East Stroudsburg postponed at Rutgers W, 15-6 at East Stroudsburg W, 10-4 at Towson W, 7-1 Cent. Pa. Tourn. at Bucknell1st Place Red Caps 16-5, Bucknell 9-0, Cabooses 14-4 and Central Pa. All Stars 8-7 5/11/79 +Brown W, 23-2 5/12/79 +Yale W, 9-2 5/13/79 +Massachusetts W, 8-5 +USWLA Nat. College Div. Tourn. at PSU11 980 14-1-2

1980

14-1-2

3/27/80 4/5/80 4/10/80 4/12/80 4/15/80 4/19/80 4/22/80 4/26/80 4/29/80 5/1/80 5/3/80

at Temple W, 6-5 at William & Mary T, 10-10 at Delaware W, 17-6 URSINUS T, 7-7 at Slippery Rock W, 15-2 WEST CHESTER W, 8-7 at Lock Haven W, 7-0 RUTGERS W, 10-3 at Maryland L, 7-6 TOWSON W, 18-4 Cent. Penn at Bucknell 1st place Bucknell 10-1, Cent. Penn All Stars 10-2, Lock Haven 9-1 5/6/80 EAST STROUDSBURG W, 31-0 5/9/80 +Harvard W 12-6 5/10/80 +Massachusetts W 8-3 5/11/80 +Maryland W 3-1 +USWLA Nat. College Div. Tourn. at Princeton11

1981 3/28/81 4/2/81 4/11/81 4/13/81 4/16/81 4/18/81 4/21/81 4/23/81 4/25/81 4/28/81 5/1-2/81 5/1/81 5/2/81 5/15-16 5/15/81 5/16/81 5/17/81

13-2 JAMES MADISON W, 18-8 at Towson W, 12-2 WILLIAM & MARY W, 17-13 SLIPPERY ROCK W, 10-3 TEMPLE W, 17-4 at Rutgers W, 13-6 LOCK HAVEN W, 10-6 MARYLAND W, 15-10 at West Chester W, 13-11 at Ursinus College L, 10-11 EAIAW Mid-Atlantic Tournament at Loyola (Md.) Temple W 5-4 Ursinus W 15-9 AIAW CHAMPIONSHIPS Maryland L 8-12 James Madison W 16-3 Massachusetts W 14-8

1982

14-3

3/27/82 4/1/82 4/5/82 4/10/82 4/15/82 4/17/82 4/20/82 4/22/82 4/24/82 4/27/82 5/1-2/82 5/1/82 5/2/82 5/5/82 5/8/82 5/13-15

at James Madison W, 8-7 TOWSON W, 22-1 OHIO UNIVERSITY W, 25-4 at William & Mary W, 11-9 at Temple W, 8-7 RUTGERS W, 25-3 at Lock Haven W, 19-2 at Maryland L, 5-7 WEST CHESTER W, 15-6 URSINUS W, 20-7 at EAIAW Regionals 3rd place Pennsylvania L, 6-7 Maryland W, 10-2 PRINCETON W, 24-4 at Harvard W, 15-9 at AIAW Champ. at W. Chester 3rd place 5/13/82 Ohio University W,29-7 5/14/82 Temple L, 5-6 5/15/82 Pennsylvania W,4-3

1983

14-2

3/26/83 JAMES MADISON W, 16-4 3/31/83 at Princeton W, 15-4 4/2/83 at Virginia W, 16-8 4/7/83 at Towson W, 17-2 4/10/83 WILLIAM & MARY W, 14-11 4/14/83 TEMPLE L, 11-12 4/16/83 at Rutgers W, 20-5 4/19/83 LOCK HAVEN W, 32-4 4/21/83 MARYLAND W, 8-3 4/23/83 at West Chester W, 18-5 4/26/83 at Ursinus W, 16-8 4/28/83 PENNSYLVANIA W, 22-3 5/2/83 DELAWARE W, 16-9 5/14/83 +PENNSYLVANIA W, 12-2 5/21/83 ++Delaware L, 5-7 5/22/83 +++Massachusetts W, 7-6 ot +NCAA quarterfinal at Penn State ++NCAA Semifinal at Pennsylvania +++NCAA third place at Pennsylvania

1984

1985 3/23/85 JAMES MADISON 3/28/85 at Princeton 3/30/85 at Virginia 4/2/85 TEMPLE 4/4/85 at West Chester 4/6/85 at William & Mary 4/11/85 DELAWARE 4/13/85 at Rutgers 4/16/85 at Lafayette 4/18/85 MARYLAND 4/20/85 LEHIGH 4/21/85 NORTHWESTERN 4/25/85 PENNSYLVANIA 4/27/85 at New Hampshire 4/28/85 Northeastern at UNH 5/2/85 BUCKNELL 5/4/85 DARTMOUTH 5/11/85 +at Maryland +NCAA semifinal at Maryland

14-4 W, 12-5 W, 30-10 W, 9-8 L, 7-8 W, 17-8 W, 13-5 W, 21-13 W, 16-4 W, 11-7 L, 6-8 W, 15-5 L, 7-8 W, 12-2 W, 11-9 W, 11-0 W, 15-3 W, 12-5 L, 11-12ot

1986 3/22/86 at James Madison 3/25/86 LOYOLA (MD) 3/27/86 PRINCETON 3/29/86 VIRGINIA 4/1/86 at Temple 4/3/86 WEST CHESTER 4/5/86 WILLIAM & MARY 4/10/86 at Delaware 4/12/86 RUTGERS 4/15/86 LAFAYETTE 4/17/86 at Maryland 4/19/86 at Lehigh 4/21/86 at Pennsylvania 4/26/86 NEW HAMPSHIRE 4/29/86 at Bucknell 5/4/86 Northeastern at Harvard 5/10/86 +at Temple 5/17/97 ++at Maryland +NCAA semifinal at Temple ++NCAA championship at Maryland

16-2 W, 16-6 W, 9-4 W, 21-2 W, 23-8 W, 13-6 W, 20-6 W, 9-7 W, 13-8 W, 15-5 W, 22-4 L 6-11 W, 12-2 W, 17-2 W, 11-10 W, 27-1 W, 28-5 W 8-7 L, 10-11

12-2

3/24/84 at James Madison 4/1/84 at Virginia 4/3/84 at Temple 4/5/84 WEST CHESTER 4/7/84 WILLIAM & MARY 4/10/84 at Delaware 4/14/84 RUTGERS 4/19/84 at Maryland 4/21/84 at Massachusetts 4/24/84 URSINUS 4/26/84 at Pennsylvania 4/28/84 NORTHWESTERN 5/2/84 PRINCETON 5/12/84 DELAWARE +NCAA quarterfinal at Penn State

W, 16-4 W, 16-7 W, 6-5 W, 15-3 W, 23-3 W, 19-7 W, 16-4 L, 8-9 W, 15-4 W, 21-3 W, 13-7 W, 16-6 W, 20-8 L, 9-10 Laurie Gray (1981-84) ranks fifth on Penn State’s career points list (216) and career goals list (153).

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1987

17-2

3/16/87 at Richmond W, 13-1 3/19/87 at Princeton W, 16-5 3/21/87 JAMES MADISON . W, 16-9 3/24/87 at Loyola (Md.) W, 14-6 3/28/87 at Virginia W, 12-10 3/29/87 at William & Mary L, 8-9 4/1/87 TEMPLE L, 7-10 4/3/87 at West Chester W, 20-7 W, 13-5 4/5/87 LEHIGH 4/9/87 DELAWARE W, 14-7 4/11/87 at Rutgers W, 21-2 4/14/87 at Lafayette W, 13-8 4/22/87 PENNSYLVANIA W, 20-4 4/25/87 at New Hampshire W, 12-8 4/26/87 at Yale W, 19-2 4/28/87 BUCKNELL W, 17-3 5/3/87 MARYLAND W, 12-5 5/9/87 +VIRGINIA W, 14-9 5/16/87 ++Temple W, 7-6 +NCAA Semifinals at Penn State ++NCAA Championship at Maryland

1988

15-4

3/16/88 at Richmond W, 16-10 3/19/88 at James Madison L, 6-5 3/22/88 LOYOLA, MD W, 8-3 3/26/88 VIRGINIA W, 9-4 3/27/88 WILLIAM & MARY W, 12-8 3/29/88 at Temple L, 14-11 3/31/88 WEST CHESTER W, 19-1 4/9/88 RUTGERS W, 26-1 4/12/88 LAFAYETTE L, 14-10 4/14/88 at Maryland W, 11-8 4/16/88 at Lehigh W, 16-2 4/18/88 at Delaware W, 13-8 4/19/88 PRINCETON W, 13-6 4/23/88 NEW HAMPSHIRE W, 9-5 4/26/88 at Bucknell W, 24-2 4/30/88 at Dartmouth W, 13-5 5/11/88- +NORTHWESTERN W, 12-6 5/15/88 ++at Lafayette W, 8-6 5/21/88 +++Temple at Haverford L, 7-15 +NCAA First Round at Penn State ++NCAA Semifinal at Lafayette +++NCAA Championship at Haverford

1989 3/12/89 3/18/89 3/19/89 3/21/89 3/28/89 4/1/89 4/2/89 4/6/89 4/8/89 4/11/89 4/13/89 4/15/89

19-1 at Richmond JAMES MADISON COLGATE at Loyola (Md.) TEMPLE at William & Mary at Virginia DELAWARE at Rutgers at Lafayette MARYLAND LEHIGH

W, 15-1 W, 18-8 W, 22-3 W, 10-5 W, 13-5 W, 8-5 W, 12-8 W, 13-4 W, 17-2 W, 13-5 W, 10-6 W, 20-0

4/18/89 at Princeton L, 12-10 4/20/89 WEST CHESTER W, 18-5 4/22/89 at New Hampshire W, 7-4 4/23/89 at Yale W, 13-2 4/25/89 BUCKNELL W 24-2 4/29/89 DARTMOUTH W, 11-5 5/20/89 +Temple W, 9-3 5/21/89 ++Harvard W, 7-6 +NCAA Semifinal at West Chester ++NCAA Championship at West Chester

1990 3/11/90 at Richmond 3/17/90 at James Madison 3/20/90 LOYOLA (Md.) 3/22/90 SHIPPENSBURG 3/25/90 at Colgate 3/27/90 at Temple 3/31/90 VIRGINIA 4/1/90 WILLIAM & MARY 4/5/90 at Delaware 4/8/90 at Dartmouth 4/10/90 LAFAYETTE 4/12/90 at Maryland 4/14/90 at Lehigh 4/17/90 PRINCETON 4/19/90 at West Chester 4/21/90 NEW HAMPSHIRE 4/24/90 at Bucknell 5/12/90 +at Temple +NCAA First Round at Temple

1991

13-5 W, 11-3 W, 8-2 L, 6-5 SD W, 31-4 W, 13-6 L, 10-8 W, 10-9 W, 9-5 W, 11-4 W, 7-5 W, 9-5 L, 9-7 W, 15-5 W, 6-2 W, 7-1 L, 7-6 W, 14-1 L, 9-4

14-4

3/11/91 at Richmond W, 9-2 3/19/91 at Loyola (Md.) W, 8-5 3/21/91 COLGATE W, 11-9 3/26/91 TEMPLE W, 9-5 3/29/91 at Virginia W, 10-9 3/30/91 at William & Mary W 9-6 4/4/91 DELAWARE W, 14-8 4/7/91 JAMES MADISON W, 17-5 4/9/91 at Lafayette L, 9-8 4/11/91 MARYLAND W, 7-6 4/13/91 DARTMOUTH W, 7-5 4/14/91 LEHIGH W, 12-3 4/18/91 WEST CHESTER W, 15-7 4/20/91 at New Hampshire L, 9-7 4/21/91 at Vermont W, 4-3 OT 4/27/91 at Princeton L, 11-10 5/11/91 +at Lafayette W, 11-9 5/18/91 ++Virginia L, 10-5 +NCAA First Round at Lafayette ++NCAA Semifinal at Trenton State

Jill Pearsall was a three-time US Lacrosse All-American and two-time Brine/IWLCA All-American during her standout career (1992-95). In 1995, she received the Hall Award, an honor bestowed upon Penn State’s top senior athlete.

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1992 3/8/92 at Richmond 3/18/92 LOYOLA (Md.) 3/21/92 at James Madison 3/24/92 at Temple 3/28/92 WILLIAM & MARY 3/29/92 VIRGINIA 4/2/92 at Delaware 4/5/92 at Lehigh 4/8/92 LAFAYETTE 4/13/92 at Dartmouth 4/16/92 at West Chester 4/25/92 PRINCETON 4/27/92 NEW HAMPSHIRE 4/29/92 at Colgate 5/2/92 at Maryland 5/9/92 +at Virginia +NCAA First Round at Virginia

1993

11-5 W 11-4 W, 9-7 W, 11-9 L, 9-8 W 7-6 OT L, 9-6 W, 11-1 W, 10-1 W, 18-11 W, 7 6 sd W, 14-3 L, 7-5 W, 12-8 W, 14-3 L, 9-6 L, 11-5

11-5

3/5/93 at Old Dominion W, 11-9 3/11/93 Richmond at Hilton Head W, 13-4 3/17/93 at Loyola (Md.) W, 7-6 3/20/93 JAMES MADISON W, 8-5 3/23/93 LEHIGH W, 18-7 3/27/93 at William & Mary L, 13-8 3/28/93 at Virginia W, 7-5 4/1/93 DELAWARE W, 18-10 4/7/93 at Lafayette W, 12-6 4/10/93 DARTMOUTH L, 9-6 4/15/93 WEST CHESTER W, 16-7 4/17/93 TEMPLE W, 13-7 4/24/93 at Princeton L, 13-6 4/26/93 at New Hampshire W, 9-6 5/1/93 MARYLAND L, 14-7 5/8/93 +at Princeton L, 11-7 +NCAA First Round at Princeton


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1994 3/9/94 3/16/94 3/19/94 3/26/94 3/27/94 3/30/94 4/2/94 4/6/94 4/10/94 4/17/94 4/18/94 4/20/94 4/23/94 4/25/94 4/30/94

1995

9-6 at Richmond W, 12-11 OT LOYOLA (Md.) L, 11-10 OT at James Madison L, 9-6 VIRGINIA L, 11-10 OT WILLIAM & MARY W, 11-7 at Lehigh W, 18-3 DREXEL W, 14-4 LAFAYETTE W, 12-4 at Dartmouth L, 8-7 at Temple W, 11-4 at West Chester W, 12-7 OLD DOMINION W, 10-8 PRINCETON L, 10-3 NEW HAMPSHIRE W, 15-4 at Maryland L, 21-4

12-6

3/9/95 at Old Dominion L, 7-6 3/15/95 at Loyola (Md.) L, 7-6 OT 3/18/95 JAMES MADISON L, 9-5 3/25/95 at Virginia W, 9-6 3/26/95 at William & Mary W, 5-4 3/30/95 LEHIGH W, 7-6 4/1/95 DELAWARE W, 11-8 4/5/95 at Lafayette W, 14-5 4/8/95 RICHMOND W, 16-7 4/9/95 DARTMOUTH W, 9-7 4/12/95 at Drexel W, 15-3 4/15/95 TEMPLE W, 8-5 4/18/95 WEST CHESTER W, 17-6 4/22/95 at Princeton L, 13-5 4/24/95 at New Hampshire W, 13-6 4/29/95 MARYLAND L, 5-3 5/13/95 +JAMES MADISON W, 11-7 5/20/95 ++Maryland L, 12-7 +NCAA First Round at Penn State ++NCAA Semifinal at Trenton State

Joanne Connelly (1993-96) was a two-time US Lacrosse and Brine/IWLCA All-American during her Penn State career (1994-97).

1996

11-5

3/13/96 LOYOLA, (Md.) L, 9-8 3/16/96 at James Madison L, 8-5 3/17/96 at Richmond W, 19-9 3/23/96 WILLIAM & MARY W, 9-5 3/24/96 VIRGINIA W, 10-9 3/30/96 at Delaware W, 10-9 3/31/96 Old Dominion at Delaware W, 14-4 4/5/96 at Lehigh W, 12-7 W, 9-5 4/7/96 at Dartmouth 4/10/96 LAFAYETTE W, 13-3 4/13/96 at Temple W, 18-12 4/14/96 at West Chester W, 13-2 4/20/96 PRINCETON L, 9-8 4/22/96 NEW HAMPSHIRE W, 15-1 4/27/96 at Maryland L, 10-6 5/11/96 +at Princeton L, 13-9 +NCAA Quarterfinals at Princeton

1997

10-6

3/10/97 at Old Dominion 3/12/97 at Loyola (Md.) 3/15/97 JAMES MADISON 3/16/97 VANDERBILT 3/22/97 at William and Mary 3/23/97 at Virginia 3/29/97 DELAWARE 4/5/97 LEHIGH 4/6/97 DARTMOUTH 4/9/97 at Lafayette 4/12/97 TEMPLE 4/13/97 OHIO STATE 4/19/97 at Princeton 4/21/97 at New Hampshire 4/26/97 MARYLAND 5/10/97 +at Maryland +NCAA First Round at Maryland

1998 3/4/98 3/7/98 3/11/98 3/14/98 3-21-98 3/22/98 3/28/98 3/29/98 4/4/98 4/6/98 4/8/98 4/11/98 4/18/98 4/20/98 4/25/98 5/1/98 5/9/98 5/10/98 +ECAC

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

10-8 RICHMOND W,16-9 COLGATE W, 10-8 LOYOLA (Md.) L, 12-7 at James Madison W, 12-11 WILLIAM & MARY L, 8-6 VIRGINIA L, 11-10 PRINCETON L, 19-12 OLD DOMINION W, 11-7 at Lehigh W, 18-6 at Dartmouth L, 11-9 LAFAYETTE W, 15-10 at Temple L, 12-8 at Ohio State W, 14-3 at Delaware L, 12-11 at Maryland L, 14-10 VANDERBILT W, 17-7 +MASSACHUSETTS W, 14-3 +RUTGERS W, 14-9 Championship at Penn State

1999

15-5

3/2/99 MARYLAND L, 12-8 3/8/99 Georgetown at Vanderbilt W, 9-8 3/10/99 at Vanderbilt W, 9-7 3/14/99 JAMES MADISON W, 17-12 3/19/99 at William and Mary W, 11-10 3/21/99 at Virginia L, 15-5 3/26/99 at Princeton L 9-8 W, 16-8 3/27/99 at Lafayette 4/3/99 NEW HAMPSHIRE W, 20-5 4/6/99 TEMPLE W 12-6 4/10/99 at Loyola (Md.) L, 9-8 4/11/99 LEHIGH W, 23-6 4/13/99 DELAWARE W, 15-6 4/16/99 OHIO STATE W, 10-8 4/18/99 DARTMOUTH W, 8-6 4/21/99 North Carolina at Goucher W, 7-6 4/24/99 at Old Dominion W, 10-7 5/5/99 +WEST CHESTER W, 23-7 5/8/99 ++at Princeton W, 9-7 OT 8/14/99 +++Maryland L, 17-13 +NCAA First Round at Penn State ++NCAA Quarterfinals at Princeton +++NCAA Semifinals at Johns Hopkins

2000 3/6/00 3/9/00 3/11/00 3/17/00 3/19/00 3/24/00 3/25/00 4/1/00 4/2/00 4/5/00 4/8/00 4/13/00 4/16/00 4/18/00 4/22/00 4/23/00 4/29/00

8-9 at Lehigh W, 23-8 at Maryland L, 19-4 at James Madison L, 18-11 VIRGINIA L, 13-7 WILLIAM & MARY W, 13-12 OT LAFAYETTE W, 15-11 PRINCETON L, 19-8 at Ohio State W, 16-5 vs. Delaware @OSU L, 15-7 at Temple W, 13-11 LOYOLA (MD.) L, 9-8 OT vs. North Carolina @JHU L, 14-13 at Dartmouth L, 14-5 at New Hampshire W, 13-8 OLD DOMINION W, 15-13 VANDERBILT L, 9-7 GEORGETOWN W, 16-13

In 1997, senior Tam Crowe led Penn State with 23 goals and 21 assists.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2001

8-10

3/3/01 CORNELL 3/10/01 JAMES MADISON 3/13/01 MASSACHUSETTS 3/16/01 at Virginia 3/18/01 at William & Mary 3/21/01 DELAWARE 3/24/01 at Princeton 3/30/01 MARYLAND 4/1/01 NORTH CAROLINA 4/3/01 TEMPLE 4/7/01 at Loyola 4/10/01 LEHIGH 4/13/01 at Old Dominion 4/15/01 DARTMOUTH 4/20/01 at Georgetown 4/22/01 at Lafayette 4/28/01 OHIO STATE 5/10/01 +at Dartmouth +NCAA First Round at Penn State

2002

L, 11-9 L, 14-11 W, 11-5 L, 15-11 W, 12-11 W, 6-5 L, 10-9 L, 14-8 L, 19-9 W, 13-8 L, 10-6 W, 17-2 W, 9-8 L, 12-11 L, 23-11 W, 13-5 W, 15-10 L, 9-7

8-9, 4-2 ALC

3/2/02 at Vanderbilt* L, 7-6 3/8/02 at James Madison W, 11-10 3/15/02 VIRGINIA L, 11-9 3/17/02 WILLIAM & MARY W, 10-8 3/20/02 JOHNS HOPKINS* W, 13-9 3/23/02 PRINCETON L, 17-8 3/26/02 at Temple L, 18-14 3/29/02 at Maryland L, 13-11 3/31/02 vs. North Carolina at Md. L, 15-7 4/6/02 LOYOLA W, 10-9 4/14/02 at Dartmouth L, 13-8 4/19/02 DAVIDSON* W, 13-5 4/21/02 NORTHWESTERN* W, 13-10 4/24/02 GEORGETOWN L, 18-9 4/26/02 at Ohio State* L, 15-12 4/28/02 at Ohio* W, 17-12 5/4/02 at Delaware W, 13-9 * American Lacrosse Conference game

2003

9-8, 5-1 ALC

3/1/03 VANDERBILT* W, 12-11 3/7/03 JAMES MADISON L, 12-11 3/11/03 at Davidson* W, 14-2 3/14/03 at Virginia L, 15-9 3/16/03 at William & Mary W, 13-7 3/22/03 at Princeton L, 10-7 3/25/03 TEMPLE W, 13-7 3/28/03 vs. Maryland (at OSU) L, 11-10 3/30/03 vs. North Carolina (at OSU) W, 9-7 4/5/03 at Loyola (Md.) L, 15-14 4/7/03 at Johns Hopkins* W, 11-4 4/15/03 PENNSYLVANIA L, 13-9 4/19/03 at Northwestern* W, 12-7 4/23/03 at Georgetown L, 19-9 4/25/03 OHIO* W, 16-5 4/27/03 OHIO STATE* L, 10-9 5/3/03 DELAWARE W, 13-10 * American Lacrosse Conference game

2006

Lee Tortorelli was a two-time IWLCA/US Lacrosse AllAmerican and All-ALC goalkeeper.

2/25/06 at Vanderbilt* 3/5/06 COLGATE 3/7/06 at Bucknell 3/10/06 VIRGINIA 3/12/06 WILLIAM & MARY 3/18/06 PRINCETON 3/21/06 at Temple 3/24/06 at Maryland 3/26/06 vs. North Carolina 4/2/06 LOYOLA (Md.) 4/5/06 at Pennsylvania 4/12/06 at Delaware 4/16/06 NORTHWESTERN* 4/21/06 at Ohio State* 4/23/06 at Ohio* 4/29/06 JOHNS HOPKINS* *American Lacrosse Conference game

2007 2004

6-11, 3-3 ALC

2/29/04 at Vanderbilt* L, 16-12 3/6/04 DAVIDSON* W, 19-2 3/9/04 at James Madison L, 16-8 3/12/04 VIRGINIA L, 10-9 3/14/04 WILLIAM & MARY L, 12-11 (OT) 3/20/04 PRINCETON L, 13-7 3/23/04 at Temple W, 8-5 3/26/04 Maryland (at UNC) L,12-11 3/28/04 at North Carolina L, 13-4 4/3/04 LOYOLA (Md.) L, 10-9 4/7/04 at Pennsylvania W, 9-8 (2OT) 4/17/04 NORTHWESTERN* L, 13-11 4/21/04 GEORGETOWN W, 10-7 4/23/04 at Ohio State* W, 13-10 4/25/04 at Ohio* L, 8-7 5/1/04 JOHNS HOPKINS* W, 12-9 5/8/04 at Delaware L, 11-10 (2OT) * American Lacrosse Conference game

2005

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

9-8, 0-4 ALC

2/24/07 DELAWARE W, 15-10 2/28/07 BUCKNELL W, 19-6 3/4/07 COLGATE W, 11-4 3/9/07 at Virginia L, 13-6 3/11/07 at William & Mary W, 12-4 3/17/07 at Princeton W, 8-7 3/20/07 TEMPLE W, 17-5 3/25/07 VANDERBILT* L, 9-7 3/31/07 at Loyola (Md.) W, 20-7 4/3/07 PENNSYLVANIA L, 16-5 4/6/07 NORTH CAROLINA W, 8-7 (2OT) 4/8/07 MARYLAND L, 10-9 4/14/07 at Northwestern* L, 19-8 4/20/07 OHIO STATE* L, 9-8 4/27/07 at Johns Hopkins* L, 17-10 5/3/07 vs. Ohio State^ W, 9-7 5/4/07 vs. Northwestern^ L, 19-7 *American Lacrosse Conference game

12-5, 5-1 ALC

2/26/05 VANDERBILT* W, 15-7 3/4/05 BUCKNELL W, 19-3 3/7/05 at Davidson* W, 20-3 3/11/05 at Virginia W, 10-7 3/13/05 at William & Mary L, 13-12 3/19/05 at Princeton W, 14-13 (2OT) 3/22/05 TEMPLE L, 6-5 3/25/05 Maryland (at UNC) W, 13-12 3/27/05 at North Carolina L, 13-7 4/2/05 at Loyola (Md.) W, 10-5 4/6/05 PENNSYLVANIA W, 16-9 4/15/05 at Northwestern* L, 14-6 4/22/05 OHIO STATE* W, 6-4 4/24/05 OHIO* W, 17-8 4/30/05 at Johns Hopkins* W, 9-8 5/1/05 DELAWARE W, 15-6 5/7/05 +NORTH CAROLINAL, 7-6 (2OT) *American Lacrosse Conference game +NCAA First Round at Penn State

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8-8, 4-1 ALC

Jessi Lieb was a three-time First Team All-ALC and IWLCA All-Region midfielder during her career.


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS/ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS 2008

5-12, 0-4 ALC

2/24/08 at Temple L, 8-7 3/2/08 COLGATE W, 18-3 3/7/08 VIRGINIA L, 13-7 3/9/08 WILLIAM & MARY W, 18-12 L, 7-6 3/15/08 PRINCETON 3/19/08 at Pennsylvania L, 14-7 3/23/08 at Vanderbilt* L, 10-7 3/28/08 at Delaware L, 13-4 3/30/08 LOYOLA W, 10-7 4/4/08 vs. Maryland L, 12-11 (3OT) 4/6/08 at North Carolina L, 14-9 4/13/08 NORTHWESTERN* L, 13-12 4/18/08 CINCINNATI W, 19-4 4/20/08 at Ohio State* L, 17-12 4/26/08 JOHNS HOPKINS* L, 10-8 5/2/08 vs. Ohio State^ W, 13-5 5/3/08 vs. Northwestern^ L, 15-7 *American Lacrosse Conference game ^ALC Championship games, at Northwestern

2009

9-8, 2-2 ALC

2/18/09 LAFAYETTE W, 20-7 2/25/09 BUCKNELL W, 18-5 3/1/09 COLGATE W, 16-6 3/3/09 MOUNT ST. MARY’S W, 13-3 3/8/09 at Virginia L, 12-11(OT) 3/14/09 at Princeton L, 9-7 3/18/09 PENNSYLVANIA L, 9-6 3/22/09 VANDERBILT* L, 12-7 3/28/09 at William & Mary W, 14-12 4/3/09 vs. Maryland L, 20-12 4/5/09 vs. North Carolina L, 11-7 4/8/09 LEHIGH W, 14-10 4/12/09 at Northwestern* L, 17-6 4/19/09 OHIO STATE* W, 13-9 4/25/09 at Johns Hopkins* W, 12-11 5/1/09 OHIO STATE^ W, 11-7 5/2/09 NORTHWESTERN^ L, 13-3 *American Lacrosse Conference game ^ALC Championship games, at Penn State

Midfielder Kerry Shea earned First Team IWLCA All-Region and All-ALC honors in her senior season of 2009.

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent Baltimore Club Brockport Brown Bucknell Cabooses Cent. Pa. All Stars Cincinnati Colgate Cornell Cortland Dartmouth Davidson Delaware Drexel East Stroudsburg Frostburg Georgetown Hartwick Harvard Ithaca James Madison Johns Hopkins Lafayette Lehigh Lock Haven Loyola (Md.) Maryland Massachusetts Millersville Mount St. Mary’s New Hampshire North Carolina Northeastern Northwestern Ohio State Ohio University Old Dominion Pennsylvania Princeton Red Caps Richmond Rutgers Shippensburg Slippery Rock Temple Towson Ursinus Vanderbilt Vermont Virginia West Chester William & Mary Wilson Yale

Record 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 13-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 9-0-0 6-1-0 2-0-0 10-7-0 4-0-0 22-7-0 2-0-0 5-9-0 5-4-2 3-3-0 7-2-0 3-0-0 4-5-0 17-9-0 6-2-0 17-2-0 18-0-0 12-5-0 12-11-0 14-31-1 8-0-0 6-2-0 1-0-0 13-2-0 3-9-0 2-0-0 4-10-0 12-4-0 6-1-0 8-1-0 9-5-0 12-19-0 1-0-0 11-0-0 14-0-0 1-0-0 5-0-0 15-13-0 6-0-0 8-1-1 6-6-0 1-0-0 4-16-0 20-3-0 22-7-1 6-2-0 2-0-0

Last win 1965 1977 1979 2009 1979 1980 2008 2009 1975 1977 1999 2005 2007 1995 1979 1977 2004 1975 1989 1976 2002 2009 2009 2009 1983 2008 2005 2001 1978 2009 2000 2007 1986 2003 2009 2006 2001 2005 2007 1979 1998 1998 1990 1981 2007 1983 1984 2006 1991 2005 1999 2009 1975 1989

Series start 1965 1977 1979 1978 1979 1979 2008 1989 1970 1968 1985 2002 1979 1994 1965 1967 1999 1967 1980 1968 1981 2001 1985 1985 1969 1986 1973 1978 1971 2009 1985 1999 1985 1984 1997 1982 1993 1982 1982 1979 1987 1978 1990 1977 1978 1978 1976 1997 1991 1983 1975 1980 1967 1980

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A Abbazia, Tammy Abrahams, Harriet Abrahams, Ralph Adams, Aly Affonsa, Kate Albert, Becky Albert, Lauren Allison,Christin Altadonna, Amy Ames, Megan Anthony, Dale Arena, Theresa Ashenfelter, Elaine Ashton, Donna Asm, Wendy Astler, Kim

1992-93 1970-71 1969 2009-pres. 1999-2000 1990-92 1994 1999 1999-02 1998-01 1982 1978, 80-81 1975-76 1984-85 1965 1974-75

B Bailey, Brooke Baldwin, Patricia Barto, Peg Bator, June Bauer, Amy Beach, Brady Beardsley, Sue Beegle, Janet Beers, Leanne Benedict, Kirt Beyerle, Robin Bhanos, Christina Bigelow, Alli Blackburn, Tricia Blazosky, Dorothy Blood, Deana Boccio, Ashley Boccio, Jess Borger, Lisa Boyd, Meg Boyle, Jacque Bozarth, Chris Bradford, Barbara Braum, Kitty Brazer, Elena Bremier, Margaret Bretherick, Karen Brodsky, Jordan Brody, Traci Brown, Karen Brown, Mimi Bruno, Antionette Bryan, Kim Bryan, Lauren Bryan, Mariel Bucci, Donna Bucci, Theresa Bull, Susanne Bullard, Vicki Burke, Kristen Burke, Lauren Burnes, Lynn Burnett, Patti Bush, Carey Busse, Krissy Buttle, Christina

1999-02 1970-72 1973 1969 1987-88 2002-05 1968 1968 1991-93 1994 1973-75 1995 1993-94 1993 1972 1989-92 2008-pres. 2005-08 1985-86 2003-06 1983 1971-72 1972 1969 1988-91 1973-76 1974-76 1996-99 1992-93 1989-91 1970-72 1967-68 1984-85 2003-06 2006-09 1990-93 2007-pres. 1993-96 1974-75 2002-05 2006-09 1988-91 1971-72 1998-2000 1993 2005-08

C Callahan, Bridget Cahill, Dana Campbell, Erin

2009-pres. 2009-pres. 1995

Cannon, Ann 1966-67 1992 Caratelli, Laura Cardoni, Katie 1998 Carnaggio, Amy 1993-95 Carter, Aly 2006-09 Castor, Debora 1979-80 Chamberlain, Brittaney 2009-pres. Chamberlin, Martha 1967-68 2002-05 Chambers, Emily Chang, Helen 1972-73 Cipro, Renee 2004-07 Clough, Lee 1986-89 Coen, LeeAnn 1990-91 Coffee, Pat 1966 Cohill, Ellen 1981-84 Connelly, Joanne 1993-96 Cooke, Laina 1989-90 Cornet, Sandra 1982 Craig, Janique 2001-04 Cronin, Tiffany 1997 Crowe, Tamara 1994-97 Curnoles, Stephanie 2001-04 Curtin, Kathy 1985, 87

D Danser, Laura D’Agui, Lynn D’Arcy, Michele Davidheiser, Pam Davies, Julie Davies, Nancy Davis, Alisha Davis, Karin Davis, Lynne Dawes, Patricia Dayton, Krista DeCecco, Alison Dean, Mary Deem, Maia DeJuliis, Michele Deleany, Laura Delp, Kate Denshaw, Cathy DeWitt, Barbara DiSilva, Debbie Disque, Sally Dolan, Janet Donahue, Jamie Doran, Barb Downing, Summer Duffey, Sharon Dunbar, Maggie Dunn, Shanna Dunphy, Maggy Dutch, Lindsay

1974 1980 1978-79 1986 1997 1985 1988 1975-76 1969 1970-71 1988 1999-02 2009-pres. 1979-80 1994-97 1983-84 1993-94 1987 1968-69 1977 1972-73 1979-82 2001-04 1974-75 1996-99 1975-76, 78 2008-pres. 2002 1983-86 2004-07

E-F Eastman, Jackie Eberz, Megan Eldridge, Jessica Ellis, Stephanie Erdman, Aimee Evans, Darcy Ewan, Pattie Sue Field, Jody Fielder, Michele Filipowski, Joan Findlay, Anne Finn, Candace Fisch, Lauren Fissinger, Jeannie

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2008-pres. 1992-94 1997-98 2007-pres. 1988 1966 1980-83 1976, 79 1978-81 1988-89 1972-73 1979-82 2002-04 1979

Fitzgerald, Lori Fix, Nancy Flexer, Stephanie Florio, Marsha Foley, Mary Ann Foley, Patricia Forcey, Jennifer Ford, Molly Fox, Bobbie Fox, Dori Frandé, Liz Freeman, Kai Frey, Kristin Friedrich, Suzanne Frysinger, Robin

1990-93 1977 1993-94, 96 1982-85 1987-89 1974 1996 1999-02 1969 1990 2003-06 2001 1982 1982-85 1973-75

G Galindo, Chrissie Gammon, Janeen Gansner, Robyn Garwood, Becca Geisinger, Ann Gerhart, Peggy Gibbons, Carrie Gini, Karen Ginkinger, Cindy Goldman, Sue Goodwill, Linda Grandy, Leslie Granger, Anne Gratz, Alexa Graves, Hilary Gray, Laurie Green, Jenn Growney, Patrice Guarino, Rosalie

2006-09 1988 1978-81 1976 1972 1974 1997 1970 1975-76 1966 1966 1973 1988 1983-84 1975-76 1981-84 2004-07 1977 1986-88

H Haeberlen, Ronnie Hagemann, Lindsay Hahn, Sue Hall, Pam Haller, Andrea Hallowell, Betty Hamerla, Janice Hans, Tacy Hansen, Wendy Harper, Becky Harris, Betsy Harris, Kate Hartman, Katie Havrilla, Lori Hedde, Maggie Hengst, Amy Heuisler, Katy Higgins, Laura High, Fay Hoke, Laurie Holberg, Joyce Holden, Hayden Hollerbach, Megan Holloway, Nancy Holt, Christy Honish, Julie Hopkins, Anne Hosterman, Katie Hoysted, Karen Hoysted, Sara Hughes, Alexandra Hughes, Dana

1972 2005-08 1977 1973 1972 1966 1974 1993-94 1987-88 1973-76 1971 1989-91 2001-04 2003-06 1994 1990-91 2001-02 2007 1971-73 1980-83 1977-80 1990-91 2008-pres. 1970-72 1966 1990-91 1983-84 1988 1988-91 1991-92 1983-86 1993-94

Hughes, Monica Hunsicker, Elisabeth Hutchings, Lorraine Hutman, Patricia Hvorecky, Janice

1982-84 1992-94 1972 1984 1974-75

J Jackson, Janet 1974 1966-67 Jackson, Virginia Jarman, Anne 1972 Javens, Jo 1980-81 Jenkins, Cindy 1994 Jenkins, Courtney 1997-2000 Jensen, Brittany 2006-09 Jeschke, Katie 2001-04 Johnson, Jennifer 1996-99 Johnston, Linda 1968 Joines, Shannon 1987 Jones, Karen 1977, 79-80 Jones, Suzie 1985-86 Jordan, Antoinette 1968 Jordan, Barb 1982-85 Jordan, Lynn 1982 Jordan, Peggy 1978-79 Josephs, Margo 2007-pres. Jung, Melissa 2001 Jurkowsky, Cammie 2005-07

K Kaden, Jill 1996-99 Kane, Beckie 1972 Karpinski, Cindy 1979-81 Karpowich, Karen 1974, 76 Kassab, Chris 1971-73 Neane, Colleen 1989 Keating, Cara 2002 Keeler, Wendi 1978 Kemp, Renee 1980-82 Kennedy, Susan 1966-67 Kenney, Christine 1997-2000 Kinnear, Wendy 1968-70 Kirk, Kendra 1989-90 Kistler, Donna 1972 Kitchel, Helen 1968-71 Klein, Kathy 1988-89 Kline, Susan 1972 Kloidt, Patty 1991, 93-94 Koffenberger, Jane 1980-83 Kohler, Diane 1972 Kolongowski, Ann 1989, 91-93 Kolongowski, Marcy 1992-94 Kontson, Kim 2005-08 Kopski, Kristen 1987-89 Koterba, Robin 1971 Kotkin, Jennifer 1995 Kowalczyk, Andrea 1974-76 Kranzley, Gwen 1971-73 Kuhl, Nancy 1977 Kyler, Judith 1967

L LaMar, Denise Land, Bev Lark, Lois Larson, Chris Lee, Sooji Lehman, Julie Lehr, Anne Lemyre, Beth Lessing, Amy

1967-68 1974-76 1967-68 1975-76 2002 1988 1978 1977 1979-81


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS LeNoir, Mary Lesnick, Laura Lessing, Amy Lewis, Carrie Lieb, Jessi Lill, Donna Lincicome, Laura Lindgren, Laurie Logan, Alisa Long, Karen Long, Sarah Longobucco, Amanda

Looney, Martha Loughran, Jackie Lozada, Piedad Lozano, Marissa Lucey, B.J. Lukas, Karen Luxton, Carol Lyon, Jane

2007-2008 2008-pres. 1979-81 1994 2005-08 1975 2006-09 1986 1978-81 2004-07 1995-97 2006-09 1969-71 1970 1996 2007-pres. 1999-02 1991-92 1967 1986

M Macan, Leslie 1972 MacLaughlin, Nancy 1969 MacRone, Melissa 1999-02 Maguire, Tara 1993 Mahaffey, Judy 1980-83 Mallen, Donna 1974-76 Mangino, Lisa 1990-92 Mannarino, Joni 1976 Mannion, Carter 1982 Manson, Sally 1969-71 Marabella, Tori 1997-98 Maran, Sarah 1994 Marcy, Renee 1994 Martin, Amy 1996 Martin, Megan 1996-99 Martindale, Jane 1967-69 Maslin, Shari 2003-06 Mass, Tracy 1987-90 Mattson, Linda 1981-84 McCall, Allison 1994-97 McCarthy, Mary 1984-87 McConnell, Linda 1972 McCoy, Susie 1974-76 McCue, Eileen 1985 McDermott Debra 1973 McDevitt, Maureen 1986 McGinley, Chris 1992 McGowan, Katrina 2003-06 McGrail, Donna 1973 McGraw, Nicole 1992-93 McGuire, Megan 2006-09 McHugh, Patty 1986 McMonagle, Cheri 1985-86, 88 McNicholas,Mary 1989-92 McShane, Bonnie 1987 Mechem, Emily 1996-99 Meeder, Jill 1972 Meehan, Cindy 1980-81 Megrail, Donna 1974 Middleton, Skye 2002-05 Mihm, Erica 2007-pres. Miller, Callan 1991-92 Miller, Christie 1989-90 Miskiewica, Heather 1996 Mitinger, Jean 1982 Monahan, Michele 1984-86 Monk, Susan 1970 Monteith, Leslie 1981, 83-84 Montrella, Martha 1973

Mook, Margaret Moon, Chris Mooney, Suzanne More, Lynn Morett, Charlene Morga, Kate Morgan, MaryBeth Morrison, Maureen Myers, M. Dede Myers, Robin Myers, Stephanie

1968 1981-83 1986 1983 1976 1998 1972-73 1979 1968 1973 1986-89

N Neave, Tracey Norkitis, Jacqueline Nutter, Susan O’Brien, Colleen O’Hara, Colleen O’Dell, Nancy O’Donnell, Cindy O’Mullane, Alice O’Toole, MaryBeth Ogden, Cynthia Opel, Susan Oram, Beth Oughton, Barbara

1985 1987 1990-93 1996-99 2000-03 1969 1977, 79-80 1970 2001 1973 1968 1987 1968

P Pace, Katie Palazzi, Laura Parvizi, Armita Pasicznyk, Chris Pearsall, Jill Penrose, Judy Pergrin, Patricia Persia, Linda Pesto, Karen Petchel, Meg Pharoah, Karen Plake, Joanie Poley, Leslie Pollack, Gisela Pollard, Alexandra Polvino, Stephanie Prakken, Martha Prebula, Kim

2000-03 2000-01 1994 1986 1992-95 1978 1972-73 1973 1976 2003-04 1985-87 2004-07 1977 1966 1995 1990 1966 1985

R Radzius, Gabjia Rainey, Nikki Ralph, Melissa Rambo, Jennifer Ratcliffe, Sally Rath, Megan Razzi, Lorraine Reese, Brenda Reich, Linda Reinhart, Randy Retzlaff, Lauren Reusswig, Kristin Reyes, Pia Richard, Kathy Richard, Mary Rickards, Karen Riecks, Becky Rosander, Karin Ross, Ashley Ross, Diane Rothfuss, Heidi Rothman, Robin

1999 1973 1993 1983-84 1982-83 2001 1983-84 1984-85 1966 1975-76 1995-98 1987 1980-82 1970-71 1969 1981-84 1985 1973 2009-pres. 1988 1998-01 1987

Rowlyk, Tara Rundegren, June Ryan, Brenna

1994-97 1969 1994

S Saggese, Stacy Salamon, Mindy Sansone, Christy Saylor, Heather Schaeffer, Ruth Schiller, Katie Schnellenbach, Karen Schlater, Doreen Schnabel, Cindy Schock, Rebecca Schultz, Lindsy Schuster, Elaine Scott, Sharon Shafer, Heidi Shalbrack, Jamie Shand, Alyson Shannon, Colleen Shannon, Maureen Shay, Anna Shea, Colleen Shea, Kerry Shea, Linsey Sheehan, Lindsay Sheldon, Deborah Shepanski, Melissa Sherman, Erica Sherman, Jackie Shinehouse, Lisa Shinn, Margit Shubert, Stacy Shuey, Sara Sibson, Joan Sigda, Patricia Sivertsen, Laurie Skovran, Joanne Slowik, Karen Smart, Jean Smith, Keene Smith, Megan Snellenburg, Betsy Snyder, Jan Sobolak, Marilyn Sommers, Sue Soriero, Julie Sorgi, Andrea Speno, Cassie Spinelli, Maryanne Stanke, Susan Stauffer, Lisa Staszesky, Niki Steadman, Jen Steele, Kari Stetson, Vicki Stevenson, Sharon Stockett, Kara Stokes, Beth Streater, Diane Streeton, Nancy Sullivan, Jane Sullivan, Peggy Sweeney, Faith Szczecinski, Lori

1999-02 1989-92 1990-92 1998-99 1970 1999-02 1976 1982-85 1981 1995-96 1996-97 1970-71 1976 1992-95 1998-2000 1999-02 1979-80 1985-88 1984 2009-pres. 2006-09 2005-08 1982 1967 1995-96 1970 2002-04 1986 1966 1996 1980-81 1966 1982-83 1987-89 1969-70 1994 1985-86 1986 1988-91 1971-72 1979 1972 1987 1972-73 2000-01 2009-pres. 1970 1997-98 1980-81 1985,89 2008-pres. 1997 1966-67 1990 1991-94 1985-87 1966 1974-76 1977 1970 1989-91 1984

Thompson, Beth Thompson, Lynn Tice, Julie Ticknor, Sandy Tinucci, Sharon Tortorelli, Lee Townsend, Kate Tracy, Jan Troxler, Shirley Turner, Mary Turse, Michelle

1983-86 1978-81 1997 1978-2000 1979 2002-05 2002-05 1966 1967-67 1987 1989-91

V Valderas, Maria Valerio, Louise Vaughan, Becky Veal, Amanda Veronesi, Nancy Vesco, Ann Marie Videon, Cheryl Vitale, Chris

2007-pres. 1971 1986 1984 1973 1985 1995 1984

W Wallace, Karen Waltz, Linda Ward, Sara Watkins, Lynn Watts, Kathy Way, Ashley Way, Christy Webb, Jennifer Weinberg, Lyn Weinberg, Suzanne Welch, Elaine West, Toni Westley, Kristy Whipple, Diane White, Barbara Wick, Katy Wild, Diane Wilde, Carolyn Williams, Betsy Williams, Shauna Winters, Kristen Wise, Mary Jo Wisloski, Lynn Wismer, Sandy Wisniewski, Susan Wood, Kristen Worley, Tami Wright, Rene Wyatt, Judy

1966 1975-78 2002-05 1973-76 1977 1998-99 1992-95 1997-2000 1968-69 1992-95 2009-pres. 1971-72 1991-92 1987-90 1966 2008-pres. 1983 1980-81 1981-84 1993-95 1988 1974-75 1998 1989 1975-78 2000-03 1986-89 1981 1974-75

Y Yeager, Carol Yoder, Susan Young, Alicia Young, Sara

1978-80 1990-92 1988-92 1999-02

Z Zehler, Carol Zichelli, Theresa Zollers, Kristen Zuck, Donna Zurmuhlen, Kit

1978 2009-pres. 1988 1976 1988

T Talbot, Jan Taylor, Carol

1972 1986-87

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THE MORGAN CENTER

ACADEMIC SUPPORT FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES

Russell Mushinsky Morgan Director

Mark Hinish Assistant Director

Sandy Meyer Assistant Director

Sue Sherburne Assistant Director

Jim Weaver Assistant Director Women’s Soccer

Adam Stover Network & Systems Analyst

Dave Yukelson Sports Psychologist

Nate Althouse Academic Counselor

Todd Kulka Coordinator, Football Services

Deloris Brobeck Staff Assistant

Linda Fetzer Staff Assistant

Tammy Leathers Administrative Assistant

Sharon Rider Staff Assistant

Brady Rourke Academic Counselor

MORGAN CENTER PROGRAMS AND FUNCTIONS ACADEMIC COUNSELING

Student-athletes are assigned an individual team counselor who provides advice on academics, academic planning, and career choices, as well as keeping them informed about NCAA, Big Ten and Penn State academic policies.

PENN STATE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION FIRSTYEAR ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

Study enhancement sessions and two first-year seminar courses are required for all new incoming student-athletes. Upperclass student-athletes can participate in the Study Hall Program and utilize the most up to date computer lab technology available in one of four study spaces on campus.  Study Hall Program  BB H 148S: Coping with College  BB H 048: Contemporary Health Topics Affecting StudentAthletes

TUTORING PROGRAM

The Morgan Academic Support Center offers free tutoring assistance to all student-athletes. Additionally, group tutoring sessions are regularly offered.

SUE PATERNO MENTORING PROGRAM

The MASCSA Sue Paterno Mentoring Program is designed to help student-athletes on their road to success by assisting in the development of transferable study and time management skills.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE

This Program offers a variety of services to aid student-athletes in identifying their skills and interests and in making decisions regarding their choice of major. Additionally, resumé and cover letter writing, career planning, and gaining professional employment are topics covered in the Jaffe Senior Seminar: Life After Sport.

MORGAN CENTER MISSION Central to the mission of Intercollegiate Athletics is the opportunity for student-athletes to experience a wellrounded educational program at The Pennsylvania State University. The mission of the Morgan Academic Support Center for Student-Athletes is to provide appropriate academic support services and University Faculty Senate, NCAA, and Big Ten Conference academic eligibility information to all student-athletes. These services and information should assist student-athletes in achieving their academic goals while participating in a demanding NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletic program. These services also should ensure progress toward graduation through timely completion of degree requirements for baccalaureate and graduate programs.

SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY A sport psychologist provides counseling and support to student-athletes in the areas of mental preparation strategies for training and competition, motivation and meaningful goal setting, visualization and performance planning, concentration and mental focusing, coping skill strategies for dealing with adversity, and, in general, issues pertaining to self-esteem development and student-athlete welfare.

ATHLETIC HONOR SOCIETY

The Athletic Honor Society, Spiritus Leonius (Spirit of the Lion), recognizes student-athletes for outstanding performance in athletics, academics, leadership, and community service.

SAAB

The Student-Athlete Advisory Board (SAAB) consists of one voting member and one or more alternates from each of Penn State’s 29 varsity athletic teams. SAAB meets monthly to discuss any new developments within the NCAA, Big Ten Conference, and the University that affect all student-athletes at Penn State.

Cheryl Anderson Learning Specialist

Sarah Krupp Academic Counselor

NAGLE CHAMPS/LIFE SKILLS PROGRAM 1998 NCAA PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE The Nagle CHAMPS (Challenging Athletes’ Minds for Personal Success)/Life Skills Program has been a model program and a consulting resource for the NCAA since its inception in 1989. The Life Skills Program was developed to better prepare student-athletes for the challenges of life beyond the athletic arena.

SPEAKERS BUREAU

The Speaker’s Bureau Program provides Penn State student-athletes with the opportunity to develop and utilize public presentation skills while giving back to the community.

PENN PAL PROGRAM

The “Penn” Pal Program enables student-athletes to correspond, on a monthly basis, with fourth-, fifth-, and sixth-grade students in local school districts.

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR’S LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

The Institute provides opportunities for student-athletes to assess their leadership styles and experiences, to develop and enhance their leadership skills, and to determine what public service leadership means to them.

SHADOW PROGRAM

The goal of the program is to give elementary and middle school students the opportunity to tour campus, visit college classes, and interact with student-athletes on a one-to-one basis.

THON

Dance Marathon, often referred to as THON, is the largest student-run philanthropy in the nation, raising more than $59 million for the Four Diamonds Fund and children’s cancer research since its inception in 1973.


ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY

PENN STATE ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION/SUPPORT

Tim Curley Director of Athletics

Dave Baker Assistant Athletic Director

Mark Bodenschatz Associate Athletic Director

Jan Bortner Assistant Athletic Director

John Bove Compliance Coordinator

Dr. Kristine Clark Director of Sports Nutrition

Ken Cutler Director of Athletic Development

Director Donor Events & Stewardship

Susan DelaneyScheetz Assoc. Athletic Dir.

Bruce Ellis Assistant Athletic Director

Ken Hickman Director All-Sports Museum

Bob Hudzik Supervisor, Athletic Fields

Jennifer James Assistant Athletic Director

Rich Kaluza Associate Athletic Director

Scott Kretchmar NCAA Faculty Representative

Bud Meredith Director of Ticket Operations

Russ Mushinsky Dir., Morgan Acad. Support Center

Greg Myford Associate Athletic Director

Jeff Nelson Assistant Athletic Director

ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION

John Nitardy Director of Major Gifts/Interim Nittany Lion Club Director

Nikki Potoczny Asst. Director Nittany Lion Club

Tim Curley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1086 Director of Athletics . . . . . . . . . .athletic_director@athletics.psu.edu Susan Delaney-Scheetz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1104 Associate Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .sds5@psu.edu Mark Bodenschatz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-3489 Associate Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .mab163@psu.edu Mark Sherburne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-3404 Associate Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .mqs3@psu.edu Jan Bortner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-0420 Assistant Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jeb12@psu.edu Bruce Ellis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-3404 Assistant Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .bee1@psu.edu

BUSINESS/FINANCE

Rick Kaluza . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-2139 Associate Athletic Director for Finance . . . . . . . . . . .rck11@psu.edu

MARKETING/PROMOTIONS

Greg Myford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1757 Associate Athletic Director/Business Relations . . . .gjm14@psu.edu Jeff Fisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-8140 Marketing & Promotions Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . .jxf20@psu.edu

COMPLIANCE

John Bove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-8048 Compliance Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jab11@psu.edu

DEVELOPMENT

Ken Cutler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-9462 Director of Development for Athletics . . . . . . . . . . .kmc2@psu.edu Michelle Davidson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-9462 Director of Donor Events & Stewardship . . . . . . . . .oyd3@psu.edu Nikki Potoczny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-9462 Asst. Director, Nittany Lion Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . .nlw10@psu.edu John Nitardy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-7664 Director of Major Gifts/Interim Nittany Lion Club Director jdn13@psu.edu RJ Gimbel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-5576 Major Gifts Officer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rjg20@psu.edu Mark Muhlhauser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .867-1598 Major Gifts Officer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .mam83@psu.edu Bob White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-3143 Assoc. Dir. for Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .blw6@psu.edu Mike Milliron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-9462 Student-Athlete Development Coordinator . . . . .mjm540@psu.edu

ATHLETIC OPERATIONS

Dave Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-0270 Asst. AD, Administrative & Business Services . . . . . . .dlb3@psu.edu Jennifer James . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-3471 Assistant Athletic Director/Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . .jw7@psu.edu Amy O’Neil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-2150 Events Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .aeo106@psu.edu Bob Hudzik . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-7071 Supervisor of Athletic Fields . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rqh4@psu.edu Fred Burns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-1138 Rec Hall Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .fwb2@psu.edu

Erikka Runkle Human Resources Manager

Dr. Wayne Sebastianelli

Director of Athletic Medicine

PENN STATE QUICK FACTS

Mark Sherburne Associate Athletic Director

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .University Park, Pa. Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1855 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42,294 Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Big Ten Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Blue & White Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nittany Lions President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Graham Spanier Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tim Curley Dick Bartolomea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-2781 Multi-Sport Facility Director/Sports Camps Dir.. . . . .rqb7@psu.edu Erikka Runkle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-4991 Human Resources Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .edw115@psu.edu

MORGAN ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTER

Russ Mushinsky . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-0407 Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rtm45@psu.edu Dr. Dave Yukelson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-0407 Coordinator Sports Psychology Services . . . . . . . . . . . .y39@psu.edu

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Jeff Nelson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1757 Assistant Athletic Director/Communications . . . . . . .jtn4@psu.edu Susan Bedsworth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1757 Asst. Communications Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . .sjb5001@psu.edu Pat Donghia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1757 Asst. Communications Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pad11@psu.edu Kris Petersen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1757 Asst. Communications Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .kap18@psu.edu Stephanie Petulla . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1757 Assoc. Communications Director . . . . . . . . . . . . .sam252@psu.edu John Regenfuss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-7993 Asst. Communications Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jmr49@psu.edu Brian Siegrist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1757 Asst. Communications Dir./Creative Director . . . . . . .tbs1@psu.edu Jeremy Fallis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1757 Communications Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jsf16@psu.edu Justin Lafleur . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1757 Communications Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jal47@psu.edu Barry Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1757 Publications Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .bwj1@psu.edu Michele Kopec . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1757 Graphic Designer, Athletic Administration . . . . . . .mnk10@psu.edu Mark Selders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-1757 Staff Photographer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .mts14@psu.edu

TICKET OFFICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-800-NITTANY

Bud Meredith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-0971 Director of Ticketing Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .wim1@psu.edu Jeanne Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-0971 Ticket Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jms45@psu.edu

SPORTS MEDICINE

Dr. Wayne Sebastianelli . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-3566 Dir. of Athletic Medicine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .wsebastianelli@psu.edu Dr. Doug Aukerman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-4054 Team Physician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .daukerman@psu.edu

56 PENN STATE 2009-2010 WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Michelle Davidson

Jeanne Smith Ticket Manager

Bob White Assoc. Director of Athletic Development

Dr. Roberta Millard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-3566 Team Physician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rlm8@psu.edu Dr. Paul Sherbondy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-3566 Team Orthopedic Surgeon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . George Salvaterra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-0773 Head Athletic Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .gfs2@psu.edu Dr. Kristine Clark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-8107 Director of Sports Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .klc5@psu.edu

ALL-SPORTS MUSEUM

Ken Hickman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-5577 Director of All-Sports Museum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .krh132@psu.edu

HEAD COACHES

Beth Alford-Sullivan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-3146 M&W Cross Country/Track & Field . . . . . . . . . . . .bxa10@psu.edu Todd Doebler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-3487 Men’s Tennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .tcd10@psu.edu Ed DeChellis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-5494 Men’s Basketball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pdb3@psu.edu Barry Gorman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-7477 Men’s Soccer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .tbg1@psu.edu John Hargis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-5554 Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving . . . . . . . . . .jlh60@psu.edu Suzanne Isidor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-7470 Women’s Lacrosse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .sdw114@psu.edu Randy Jepson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-8421 Men’s Gymnastics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rlj3@psu.edu Emmanuil Kaidanov . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-7465 M/W Fencing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .egk1@psu.edu Charlene Morett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-7467 Field Hockey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .cxm12@psu.edu Greg Nye . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-7469 Men’s Golf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .gan2@psu.edu Joe Paterno . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .865-0412 Football . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ssg1@psu.edu Mark Pavlik . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-7464 Men’s Volleyball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .mtp7@psu.edu Robin Petrini . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-7472 Softball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rjp13@psu.edu Dawna Prevette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-7479 Women’s Tennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .djp28@psu.edu Russ Rose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-7474 Women’s Volleyball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rdr5@psu.edu Steve Shephard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-7461 Women’s Gymnastics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ses13@psu.edu Denise St. Pierre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-2396 Women’s Golf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .dxs10@psu.edu Cael Sanderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-7460 Wrestling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .cns11@psu.edu Glenn Thiel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-7476 Men’s Lacrosse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .gft1@psu.edu Erica Walsh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-0842 Women’s Soccer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .emw13@psu.edu Coquese Washington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-2672 Women’s Basketball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .cmw25@psu.edu Robbie Wine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .863-0239 Baseball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .rpw10@psu.edu


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