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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1............................................................... 2012 Penn State Women’s Lacrosse 2........................................................Table of Contents & Team Information 3..........................................................................Head Coach Missy Doherty 4.................................................................. Assistant Coach Tara Hohenshelt 5............................................................................Assistant Coach Amy Altig 6.................................................................................................. 2012 Roster 7-22..................................................................................2012 Nittany Lions 23....................................................................................2011 Season Results 24.............................................................................................2011 Statistics 25....................................................................................... Coaching History 26...................................................................................... Postseason History 27.................................................................................... Penn State at Home 28-29.................................................................................Penn State Records 30................................................................ Diane Whipple Memorial Award 31-34................................................................................. Penn State Honors 35-39...............................................................................Year-by-Year Results 40.............................................................................. All-Time Series Records 41-44..........................................................................All-Time Letterwinners

Athletic Communications 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 Credits The 2012 Penn State Women’s Lacrosse Yearbook was compiled, written and layed out by John Regenfuss; Jeff Nelson, Executive Editor; Erin Douglas, Design and Cover Art. Photos by or courtesy of: Ken Gilbert, Steve Manuel, Penn State Athletics, John Regenfuss, Mark Selders, US Lacrosse. and David Welch. U.Ed. No. ICA-12-12

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TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach............................... Missy Doherty (Second year) Career Record................................................................89-54 Assistant Coach........................... Tara Hohenshelt (13th year) Assistant Coach................................. Amy Altig (Second year) Home Field........... Penn State Lacrosse Field (outdoors - turf ) ............................................................. Holuba Hall (indoors) ..................................................Jeffrey Field (outdoors - grass) Conference...............................American Lacrosse Conference 2012 Captains............................Dana Cahill, Theresa Zichelli 2011 Record.....................................................................10-8 2011 Home/Away/Neutral Record........................7-2/2-5/1-1 2011 ALC Record................................................. 3-2 (T2nd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................................16/9 Starters Returning/Lost......................................................5/7 Newcomers........................................................................... 9 All-Time Division I Record.....................................446-215-5 All-Time ALC Record....................................................27-24 NCAA Championship appearances..................................... 17 National Championships....................................................... 5 All-Americans ..................................................................... 98 Statement of Non-Discrimination The 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. The 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, The Pennsylvania State University, 328 Boucke Building, University Park, PA 16802-5901; tel. (814) 863-0471; TDD (814) 865-3175.


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VIRGINIA LOYOLA (Md.) at Delaware at Hofstra at Vanderbilt* WILLIAM & MARY

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HEAD COACH MISSY DOHERTY Head Coach

Missy

DOHERTY Second Year at Penn State Maryland, 1997

A 1997 graduate of the University of Maryland, Doherty was a fouryear letterwinning defender, helping the Terrapins claim three NCAA championships. Maryland was a dominant force in collegiate women’s lacrosse during her career, amassing a remarkable 68-2 record, including an NCAA record 50-game winning streak. Also a standout in the classroom, Doherty was a three-time honoree on the ACC Academic Honor Roll. In 2010, Doherty earned a Master Degree’s in Biology from Towson University. The former Missy Holmes, she is married to Brian Doherty. The couple has two sons, Evan and Nathan.

CAREER RECORD: 89-54

On July 2, 2010, Missy Doherty was introduced as the ninth head coach in Penn State women’s lacrosse program history. A winner of five national championships as a player and coach, Doherty came to Happy Valley after a highly successful stint at Towson University in Baltimore. In her first season at the helm of the collegiate women’s lacrosse’s second winningest program, Doherty led the Penn State to a 10-8 record and a second place finish in the American Lacrosse Conference. The Nittany Lions knocked off four ranked opponents during the regular season and advanced to the semifinals of the ALC Championship. In seven years at Towson, Doherty built the Tigers into one of the top teams in the Colonial Athletic Association and into a nationally recognized and competitive program. At Towson, she posted an impressive 79-46 (.632) record, including five seasons with 13 or more victories, and led it to three CAA Tournament championships (2005, 2008-09) and a share of one CAA regular season title (2008). Doherty coached six All-Americans during her tenure, including Towson’s first three-time honoree in program history. In 2010, Doherty guided Towson to a season of unprecedented success, as the Tigers earned an at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history and received their first-ever top 10 national ranking in the IWLCA Division I poll. Prior to arriving at Towson, Doherty had a successful six-year stretch as an assistant coach at three different schools. At Princeton University, she was an integral member of the coaching staff that led the Tigers to NCAA championships in 2002 and 2003. During Doherty’s tenure, Princeton compiled a 49-9 record and captured three straight Ivy League crowns. Doherty also served two seasons at Brown University (1999-2000) after starting her coaching career at Vanderbilt in 1998.

Tara Hohenshelt is in her 13th season as a member of the Nittany Lion women’s lacrosse staff. A 1997 graduate of Penn State, she was a defender for four years on the lacrosse team. The 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 MISSY DOHERTY // CAREER RECORD Year Record Notes 2004* 14-4 6-1 CAA/CAA Coach of the Year 2005* 13-6 CAA Champions/NCAA 1st Rd 2006* 7-10 4-3 CAA 2007* 6-9 3-4 CAA 2008* 13-6 CAA Champions/NCAA 1st Rd 2009* 13-6 CAA Champions/NCAA 1st Rd 2010* 13-5 NCAA 1st Rd 2011 10-8 3-2 ALC/Second place (tie) Career 89-54 8 years * at Towson University

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ASSISTANT COACH TARA HOHENSHELT Assistant Coach

Tara

HOHENSHELT 13th Year at Penn State Penn State, 1997

Tara Hohenshelt is in her 13th season as a member of the Nittany Lion women’s lacrosse staff. A 1997 graduate of Penn State, she was a defender for four years on the lacrosse team. The 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 Virginia women’s volleyball head coach Dennis Hohenshelt. The couple have a six-year old son, Jacob Owen, and a daughter, Reese Avery, who was born in March 2010.

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ASSISTANT COACH AMY ALTIG Assistant Coach

Amy

ALTIG Second Year at Penn State James Madison, 2005

Amy Altig is in her second year at Penn State after being added by head coach Missy Doherty to her Penn State staff as an assistant in July 2010. Altig works with the goalkeepers and the defense. In her first season at Penn State, Altig was instrumental in the development of junior Dana Cahill into one of the nation’s top goalkeepers. In her first full season as a starter, Cahill earned First Team All-ALC and First Team IWLCA First Team All-West/Midwest Region honors and was named the 2011 ALC Goalkeeper of the Year. She led the ALC in save percentage (.466) and ranked fourth in goals against average (9.95). Prior to coming to Happy Valley, Altig spent three years as an assistant at Princeton, working primarily with the goalkeepers. With the Tigers, Altig helped develop an All-American in net and establish Princeton as one of the Ivy League’s and nation’s top defenses. During her three-year stint, the Tigers compiled a 33-19 record and qualified for the NCAA Tournament twice. Previous to her time at Princeton, Altig served as the top assistant coach at the University of Richmond for two seasons. While with the Spiders, they won two Atlantic-10 titles and earned two bids to the NCAA postseason. Her work with the goalkeepers and the defense helped Richmond lead the A-10 in goals against average. Altig played collegiately at James Madison University, receiving All-CAA honors twice as a standout goalkeeper. In her senior season, she ranked in the top 20 in Division I in save percentage and goals against average. Still active in lacrosse, Altig was named to the U.S. Senior National Team for the second consecutive year in the summer of 2011. The squad will serve as the foundation for the team that will compete in the 2013 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Cup in Oshawa, Ontario. The U.S. Senior National Team will came together for several events including the

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Stars & Stripes Weekend in October 2011 and the Champion Challenge in January 2012 and will conduct numerous national team player clinics throughout the year at various places around the country. Altig was an alternate on the 2009 U.S. World Cup Team and has been a member of several U.S. Elite and Development Teams. In the summer of 2008, she earned a spot on the U.S. Touring Team that traveled to the Czech Republic to compete in the Prague Cup. In August of 2011, Altig visited Honduras to introduce native children to the sport of lacrosse and provide them with an all-around sport experience. While in the Central American nation, Altig ran daily “sport camps” for the village children on municipal and school fields, helping to teach the sport of lacrosse but also playing soccer, baseball, and football with groups of children ranging in ages between four and 16. A native of Millersburg, Md., Altig earned a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology with a concentration in sports management from James Madison in 2005.


2012 ROSTER

No. 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 28 30 31 32 33 34

Name Avery Curley Shannon Lechner Haley Ford Lizzy Carney Elaine Welch Tatum Coffey Brittaney Chamberlain Katie Guy Lauren Purvis Molly Fernandez Ali Foulsham Mackenzie Cyr Kelsey Hughes Erin McAfee Cat Layne Carly Bitzer Evan Foulsham Kelly Lechner Alyssa Semones Theresa Zichelli Maggie McCormick Aly Adams Colleen Shea Ayla Halus Kristin Brent Melissa Lloyd Dana Cahill

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

Ht. 5-5 5-5 5-7 5-5 5-10 5-6 5-3 5-8 5-7 5-2 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-4 5-8 5-6 5-6 5-8 5-6 5-10 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-9 5-0 5-7

Hometown/High School Berwyn, Pa./Episcopal Academy Silver Spring, Md./Our Lady of Good Counsel White Hall, Md./North Harford West Chester, Pa./Unionville Bernardsville, N.J./Kent Place Toms River, N.J./Toms River Finksburg, Md./Westminster Whitby, Ontario/Anderson C.V.I. Maple Glen, Pa./Hatboro-Horsham Baltimore, Md./McDonogh School Madison, N.J./Madison Westminster, Md./Winters Mill Severna Park, Md./Severn School Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown Downingtown, Pa./Villa Maria Academy Doylestown, Pa./Central Bucks East Madison, N.J./Madison Silver Spring, Md./Our Lady of Good Counsel Westminster, Md./Westminster Severna Park, Md./Severna Park Eldersburg, Md./Liberty Springfield, Pa./Springfield Baltimore, Md./Seton Keough Hershey, Pa./Hershey Rockville Centre, N.Y./Sacred Heart Academy West Chester, Pa./Unionville Towson, Md./Mercy

Head Coach: Missy Doherty (Second Year, Maryland) Assistant Coaches: Tara Hohenshelt (13th Year, Penn State), Amy Altig (Second Year, James Madison)

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ADAMS Springfield, Pa. Springfield 5-6 • SR. • MIDFIELDER

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Junior): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Academic All-Big Ten... Had her best season as a Nittany Lion, setting career highs in all six major statistical categories while starting all 18 games...Scored 14 goals, including a team-high six off free position opportunities, and tallied two assists (16 points)...Netted two goals against Bucknell (3/2), William & Mary (3/25), and Florida (4/2)...Finished fifth on the team in ground balls with 22, collecting four in two separate games...Totaled 16 draw controls, including a single game career-high five versus Bucknell, and eight caused turnovers. 2010 (Sophomore): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Academic All-Big Ten... Played in 16 games, earning her first career start versus Lafayette (3/24)... Scored four goals on the season, including her career first in the season opening victory over Loyola (2/14)...Totaled seven draw controls and five ground balls. 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 All-Delco Honorable Mention and Second Team All Central in 2007... Led the Cougars in 2007 as they went undefeated and became Central League 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. PERSONAL Born Alyson Blair Adams on January 17, 1990...Parents are Steve and Barb Adams...Has one brother, Drew, who was a three-time ECAC Goalkeeper of the Year honoree at Penn State...Father Steve played soccer for Temple University...Mother Barb played lacrosse for East Stroudsburg...Majoring in communications.

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Aly Adams // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GB DC CT 2009 4-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 16-1 4 0 4 6 5 7 0 2011 18-18 14 2 16 27 22 16 8 Career 38-19 18 2 20 33 27 23 8


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CHAMBERLAIN Finksburg, Md. Westminster 5-3 • SR. • DEFENDER

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Junior): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Academic All-Big Ten... Appeared in 11 games, earning first two career starts versus Bucknell (3/2) and Virginia (3/6) ...Set career highs in ground balls (10) and caused turnovers (4)...Totaled two draw controls. 2010 (Sophomore): Academic All-Big Ten...Appeared in 12 games... Totaled two ground balls, two draw controls and two caused turnovers. 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. 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 club lacrosse. PERSONAL Born Brittaney Rae Chamberlain on December 20, 1989...Parents are Glenn and Christine Chamberlain...Glenn played football at the University of Maryland (1974-1979)...Has two older siblings, Brooke and Douglas, and two younger siblings Taylor and Mackenzie...Douglas played soccer at Stevenson University (2007)...Majoring in communications, arts & sciences. Brittaney Chamberlain // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GB DC CT 2009 2-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 2010 12-0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2011 11-2 0 0 0 1 10 2 4 Career 25-2 0 0 0 1 14 4 7

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CAPTAIN

Dana

CAHILL Towson, Md. Mercy 5-7 • SR. • GOALKEEPER

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Junior): Emerged as one of the nation’s top goalkeepers in first season as a starter...Named ALC Goalkeeper of the Year...Recognized on All-ALC First Team...Received IWLCA First Team All-West/Midwest Region honors...Two-time ALC Defensive Player of the Week (3/21, 4/25)...Honored as womenslacrosse.com National Defensive Player of the Week (3/21)... ALC Academic Honor Roll...Academic All-Big Ten...Started all 18 games, totaling 1,037:40 in goal...Led the ALC in save percentage (.466) and ranked first on the team and second in the conference in ground balls (47)...Compiled a 9.95 goals against average, ranking fourth in the ALC and 29th nationally...Recorded 150 saves, making a single game career-high 15 in a first round ALC Championship win over Johns Hopkins (5/5)...Registered 14 saves in an 11-10 overtime victory over rival Ohio State (4/17)...Totaled seven caused turnovers. 2010 (Sophomore): Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award recipient... Academic All-Big Ten...ALC Academic Honor Roll...Appeared in six games, accumulating 125:48 in goal...Against 51 shots, recorded 20 saves (.513 save percentage) and allowed 19 goals against (9.06 goals against average)... Totaled eight ground balls and three caused turnovers. 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 Three-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...Majoring in advertising and public relations.

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Dana Cahill // Career Statistics Season GP-GS MIN GA 2009 5-0 89:22 8 2010 6-0 125:48 19 2011 18-18 1037:40 172 Career 29-18 1252:50 199

GAA 5.37 9.06 9.95 9.53

SV 11 20 150 181

SF 27 51 463 541


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SHEA Baltimore, Md. Seton Keough 5-4 • SR. • DEFENDER

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Junior): Big Ten Distinguished Honor Scholar...ALC Academic Honor Roll...Academic All-Big Ten...Appeared in 16 games, making a career-high 15 starts...Finished third on the team in caused turnovers with 15...Recorded 20 ground balls and nine draw controls...Had her best game of the season in a win over Lehigh, totaling four ground balls and four caused turnovers. 2010 (Sophomore): ALC Academic Honor Roll. 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. PERSONAL Born Colleen Fitzgerald Shea on October 2, 1990...Parents are Edward and Theresa 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)...Majoring in math and security and risk analysis.

Colleen Shea // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GB DC CT 2009 3-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2010 Did not play 2011 16-15 0 0 0 0 20 9 15 Career 19-15 0 0 0 0 21 9 15

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WELCH Bernardsville, N.J. Kent Place 5-10 • SR. • ATTACK

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Junior): Saw action in 17 contests, earning four starts...Had her best offensive season as a Nittany Lion, posting career highs in goals (9), assists (3), and points (12)...Had three multiple-goal games, netting two scores versus Albany (2/26), Bucknell (3/2), and William & Mary (3/25)... Posted a season-best three points (2 goals, 1 assist) versus William & Mary... Totaled three ground balls, one draw control, and one caused turnover. 2010 (Sophomore): Played in 13 games...Notched her first career hat trick in 17-7 win against Colgate (2/28)...Scored two goals versus Virginia (3/7)...Tallied lone assist of the season in victory over Temple (5/1)... Registered seven ground balls and one draw control. 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)...Majoring in communications, arts & sciences. Elaine Welch // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GB DC CT 2009 4-0 2 0 2 3 0 0 0 2010 13-0 5 1 6 15 7 1 0 2011 17-4 9 3 12 31 3 1 1 Career 34-4 16 4 20 49 10 2 1

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Theresa

ZICHELLI

Theresa Zichelli // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GB DC CT 2009 17-5 19 1 20 33 19 16 12 2010 17-17 24 3 27 47 26 20 12 2011 18-18 11 6 17 36 34 27 18 Career 52-40 54 10 64 116 79 63 42

Severna Park, Md. Severna Park 5-6 • SR. • MIDFIELDER

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Junior): ALC Academic Honor Roll...A starter in the midfield for all 18 games...Scored 11 goals and tallied a career-high six assists for 17 total points...Posted best offensive performance of the season versus William & Mary (3/25), notching four points (3 goals, 1 assist)...Had three pointefforts (1 goals, 2 assists) against Bucknell (3/2) and Hofstra (3/16)...Scored two goals versus Vanderbilt (3/20) and Princeton (4/30)...Set career highs in draw controls, caused turnovers, and ground balls...Finished second on the team in draw controls (27) and caused turnovers (18)...Ranked sixth in the ALC in caused turnovers...Collected 34 ground balls. 2010 (Sophomore): In the starting line-up for all 17 games...Ranked fourth on the team in goals with 24, including seven off free positions... Netted a career-high four goals versus Vanderbilt (3/21)...Posted her lone hat trick of the year against Johns Hopkins (4/25)...Also had five two-goal games...Finished the season strong, scoring at least one goal in the final 11 games...Totaled three assists, giving her a career-high 27 points on the season...Ranked third on the team in ground balls (26), draw controls (20), and caused turnovers (12)...Ended the year fourth on the team in shots (47) and fifth in shots on goal (35). 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. 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 Theresa 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...Tommy played men’s lacrosse at Penn State (2004-2008)...Majoring in journalism. GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2012

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Kelsey

Molly

Severna Park, Md. Severn School

Baltimore, Md. McDonogh School

5-7 • SR./JR. • DEFENDER

5-2 • JR. • ATTACK

HUGHES

COLLEGIATE CAREER 2011 (Junior): Played in first three games as a Nittany Lion...Recorded one ground ball, one draw control, and one caused turnover in 22-2 win over Bucknell (3/2). 2010 (Sophomore): Did not see game action. 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 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 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...Majoring in history.

Kelsey Hughes // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GB DC CT 2009* 13-5 0 0 0 0 9 7 8 2010 Did not play 2011 3-0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 Career 16-5 0 0 0 1 10 8 9 * at University of Denver

FERNANDEZ

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Sophomore): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Played in 16 games, starting three...Totaled 12 points, tallying 11 goals and one assist...Recorded a hat trick versus Hofstra (3/16) for a season-high three points...Collected 14 ground balls, including a season-best four versus Albany...Recorded six draw controls and two caused turnovers. 2010 (Freshman): Had a sensational first season as a Nittany Lion, registering at least one point in all 17 starts...Named ALC Rookie of the Week three times (2/22, 3/1, 3/15)...Ranked second on the team in points (40), third in goals (27), and tied for third in assists (13)...Earned first career assist in season opening upset of Loyola (2/14) and first career goal two days later when she scored three in 15-2 victory over Bucknell (2/16)...Scored a season high four goals versus Vanderbilt (3/21) and Northwestern (5/7)... Recorded three assists in victory over Delaware (3/13)...Notched a season best five points (3 goals, 2 assists) in dominating 14-3 win over Temple (5/1)...Totaled 18 ground balls, 12 draw controls, and five caused turnovers. 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 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...Majoring in rehabilitation and human services.

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2012 NITTANY LIONS Molly Fernandez // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GB DC CT 2010 17-17 27 13 40 49 18 12 5 2011 16-3 11 1 12 24 14 6 2 Career 33-20 38 14 52 73 32 18 7

and one caused turnover. 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 U-15 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...Majoring in chemical engineering. Katie Guy // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GB DC CT 2010 8-0 0 0 0 0 8 5 1 2011 17-0 4 0 4 10 11 19 8 Career 25-0 4 0 4 10 19 24 9

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GUY Whitby, Ont. Anderson C.V.I. 5-8 • JR. • MIDFIELDER

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Sophomore): Academic All-Big Ten...Played in 17 games...Posted four goals...Scored first goal as a Nittany Lion in a 22-2 win over Bucknell (3/2)...Recorded first career multiple-goal game in win over William & Mary (3/25), netting two...Finished fourth on the team with 19 draw controls, notching three versus Hofstra (3/16), Ohio State (4/17), and Johns Hopkins (5/5)...Totaled 11 ground balls and eight caused turnovers. 2010 (Freshman): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Saw action in eight games...Finished first year as a Nittany Lion with eight ground balls, five draw controls, including a season-high three versus Northwestern (4/11), GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2012

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BITZER Doylestown, Pa. Central Bucks East 5-8 • SO. • DEFENDER

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Freshman): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Played in one game in rookie campaign, recording a ground ball in win over Bucknell (3/2). HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Started at midfield for all four years at Central Bucks East (Pa.) High School...As a junior, totaled 53 goals and 20 assists, ranking third in the area for most goals scored...Named First Team All-Suburban One League and Attack MVP...In senior season, totaled 50 goals and 23 assists...Named Second Team All-Suburban and Team MVP...As team captain, led the Patriots to the playoffs her senior year...Played for the Bucks Select club team. PERSONAL Carly Tyler Bitzer was born June 29, 1992 in Doylestown, Pa. to John and Lisa Bitzer...Has an older sister, Brittany...Majoring in business. Carly Bitzer // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GB DC CT 2011 1-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Career 1-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

5 Lizzy

CARNEY West Chester, Pa. Unionville 5-5 • SO. • MIDFIELDER

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Freshman): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Played in 17 games, second most among PSU freshmen...Tallied seven goals and five assists (12 points)...Netted a season-high two goals in first round ALC Championship win over Johns Hopkins (5/5)...Notched a season-best two assists and three points in non-conference victory over Bucknell (3/2)...Ranked first on the team in shot percentage among players with double digit shot totals, scoring seven goals on 12 attempts (.583)...Recorded 14 ground balls, five draw controls, and four caused turnovers.

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Attended Unionville (Pa.) High School, at which she earned 10 varsity letters in lacrosse, basketball, and soccer, earning First Team All-Chester County honors in all three sports...Led the Indians to a 22-4 record, a spot in the state semifinals, and the No. 3 ranking in the state of Pennsylvania in senior year...Set the single season school record with 78 draw controls and recorded 76 goals and 56 assists in 2009...Named MVP of state semifinal game, totaling six goals and two assists...Selected First Team All Ches-Mont, First Team All-Chester County, most athletic female in her graduating class, and one of the Top Students by Chester County Daily Local Newspaper... Played with the PA Express club team. PERSONAL Elizabeth “Lizzy” Marie Carney was born on August 28, 1992 in Voorhees, N.J. to parents Joe and Patty...Has an older brother, Christopher...Father played football at the University of Pennsylvania...Majoring in business. Lizzy Carney // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GB DC CT 2011 17-0 7 5 12 12 14 5 4 Career 17-0 7 5 12 12 14 5 4


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CYR

Westminster, Md. Winters Mill 5-6 • SO. • ATTACK

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Freshman): Led freshman class in games played (18) and starts (16)...Emerged as a top offensive threat in rookie season, finishing second on the team in points with 35...Notched at least one point in 15 games... Ranked first on the team and sixth in the ALC with 23 assists...Netted 12 goals, including first career hat trick in a win versus Lafayette (3/23)... Also notched three assists against Lafayette, good for a season-best six point performance...Had a total of four three-assist games...Tallied one goal and three assists in regular season and ALC Championship wins over Johns Hopkins (4/23, 5/5)...Recorded 10 ground balls, five caused turnovers, and three draw controls. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB As a four-year starter on the attack for Winters Mill (Md.) High School, totaled 427 points (202 goals, 225 assists) and 58 wins...Led the Falcons to an 18-1 record and a state championship as a senior, scoring a career-high 65 goals...In 2010 was named Carroll County Times Player of the Year, All-Tewaaraton, First Team All-Metro, Under Armour Senior Team, Carroll Eagle Athlete of the Year, US Lacrosse All-American, and Senior Athlete of the Year...Tallied a career-best 75 assists and 79 draw controls as a junior, earning First Team All-Carroll County and All-Chesapeake Conference, US Lacrosse All-American, Second Team All-Metro, Under Armour AllStar Team honors...Helped WMHS to a state championship in 2008 as a sophomore...Selected First Team All-Carroll County and All-Chesapeake Conference and US Lacrosse Honorable Mention...Also made First Team Mid-Atlantic National Team and was named to Under Armour All-Star Team...Recognized on First Team All-Carroll County and All-Chesapeake Conference and Second Team Mid-Atlantic National Team as a freshman... Twelve-time letter winner at Winters Mill, playing lacrosse, soccer, and basketball... Played club lacrosse for Check-Hers Elite 2010. PERSONAL Mackenzie Marie Cyr was born on January 29, 1992 in Bethesda, Md. to Gregory and Kathie Cyr... Has two sisters, Kayla and Madison...Majoring in education. Mackenzie Cyr // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GB DC CT 2011 18-16 12 23 35 31 10 3 5 Career

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FOULSHAM Madison, N.J. Madison 5-6 • SO. • DEFENDER

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Freshman): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Saw action in two games, early season wins over Bucknell (3/2) and Lafayette (3/23)...Tallied one ground ball. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB A part of three Northern Hills Conference Championships (2007-09) and 59 wins at Madison (N.J.) High School...Totaled 211 goals and 52 assists (263 points) in addition to 236 ground balls as a four-year starter in the midfield for the Dodgers...A three-time First Team All-NJAC selection (2008-10)...In senior year, team captain posted career-highs in goals (62), assists (21), and ground balls (77), earning First Team All-Morris County, Daily Record All-Area Team, All-American Honorable Mention, and team GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2012

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PERSONAL Ali Brooks Foulsham was born on November 11, 1991 in New York, N.Y. to Douglas and Kim Foulsham...Has an older brother, Grant, and a twin sister, Evan, who also plays on the Penn State women’s lacrosse team...Grant plays lacrosse at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Shannon

LECHNER Silver Spring, Md. Our Lady of Good Counsel

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COLLEGIATE CAREER 2011 (Freshman): Played in eight games for Towson University...Recorded two assists, one ground ball, and one draw control.

Evan

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Four-year starter and two-time team captain at Our Lady of Good Counsel (Md.) H.S. helped the Falcons to four-consecutive WCAC conference championships...Selected First Team All-WCAC all four years...Tabbed first team all-county as a junior and senior...Received All-Met and AllAmerican recognition and was named to Tewaaraton Award Watch List in senior season...Selected MVP of WCAC Championship game in 2010... Earned All-Met Honorable Mention accolades as a junior and second team all-county honors as a sophomore...Broke the Good Counsel freshman scoring record in 2007... Also played three years of field hockey, earning First Team All-WCAC honors twice and first team all-county once...Played with Maryland & D.C. lacrosse club team from 2004-09 under head coach Tony Giro...Won Galaxy National Championships in 2007 and 2008.

FOULSHAM Madison, N.J. Madison 5-6 • SO. • MIDFIELDER

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Freshman): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Saw playing time in four games...Scored three goals for three total points...Netted two goals in first collegiate appearance, a 22-2 win over Bucknell (3/2)...Collected three ground balls. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB As a four-year starter at Madison (NJ) High School, won 59 games and three Northern Hills Conference Championships (2007-09)...Totaled 188 goals and 59 assists (247 points) in addition to 252 ground balls for the Dodgers... A three-time First Team All-NJAC selection (2008-10)... In senior year, team captain notched 54 goals, 10 assists, and 54 ground balls, earning First Team All-Morris County, Daily Record All-Area Team, and team co-MVP honors... As a junior, had 53 goals and 16 assists en route to receiving Second Team All-Morris County, Third Team All-State, and Daily Record All-Area Team recognition...In sophomore season, tallied a careerhigh 60 goals and was named Third Team All-Morris County...Netted 21 goals and dished out a career-high 18 assists as a freshman...Academic AllAmerican (2009-10)...Earned 10 letters at MHS in lacrosse, basketball, and cross country...Played with the STEPS Elite club team for five years, capturing a Lacrosse By the Sea title in 2008. PERSONAL Evan Lindsay Foulsham was born on November 11, 1991 in New York, N.Y. to Douglas and Kim Foulsham...Has an older brother, Grant, and a sister, Ali, who also plays lacrosse at Penn State...Grant plays lacrosse at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 18

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PERSONAL Shannon E. Lechner was born on February 25, 1992 in Silver Spring, Md. to parents Peter and Colleen...Has a younger sister, Kelly, who is a freshman on the Penn State lacrosse team...Enjoys playing lacrosse, shopping and eating...Majoring in education. Shannon Lechner // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GB DC CT 2011* 8-0 0 2 2 2 1 1 0 Career 8-0 0 2 2 2 1 1 0 * at Towson University


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West Chester, Pa. Unionville

Maple Glen, Pa. Hatboro-Horsham

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5-7 • SO. • MIDFIELDER

LLOYD

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Freshman): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Saw action in two contests, totaling 49:05 in goal...Played a season-high 30 minutes in 22-2 win over Bucknell (3/2)...Compiled a 6.11 goals against average...Recorded six saves, including a season-high four versus Lafayette (3/23)...Collected one ground ball. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Four-year starting goalkeeper and two-year captain at Unionville (Pa.) High School...Holds the school record for saves in a season (272), career saves (840), and save percentage (60.42%)...Led the Indians to 68 wins and to the district semifinals in 2007 and 2008, a league championship, the district quarterfinals, and the state semifinals in 2009, and the district and state semifinals in 2010...A four-time First Team All-Chesmont and three-time first team all-area selection...Earned First Team All-phillylacrosse.com and All-American honors as a junior and senior...Won the National Tournament Championship with the Philadelphia All-Star team in 2009 and 2010... Played with the PA Express club team. PERSONAL Melissa Leigh Lloyd was born on February 28, 1992 to Bill and Susan Lloyd...Has a brother, Billy, who is a senior midfielder on the Penn State men’s lacrosse team...Majoring in kinesiology...Interested in pursuing a career as a physical therapist. Melissa Lloyd // Career Statistics Season GP-GS MIN GA GAA SV SF 2011 2-0 49:50 5 6.11 6 13 Career 2-0 49:50 5 6.11 6 13

PURVIS

PENN STATE CAREER 2011 (Freshman): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Appeared in four games in freshman campaign...Notched first career goal and point in 17-9 win over Lafayette (3/23)...Collected one ground ball. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB A four-year starting midfielder and two-time team captain at HatboroHorsham (Pa.) High School...Finished her career with 247 career goals and 179 assists (426 points)...Earned First Team All-American honors in junior and senior seasons and received honorable mention as a sophomore...Named First Team All-Suburban One Continental all four years, first team allarea, “best offensive player”, team MVP three times (2008-10), and Under Armour All-American twice (2008, 10)...Led the Hatters to a Suburban One title and state quarterfinal appearance in 2007 and to a second place league finish and to the district and state playoffs in 2010...As a senior, recognized as Suburban One Conference (Continental) Player of the Year and HHHS Athlete of the Year...In sophomore season, established the single season scoring record (91 goals, 38 assists)...Set the Hatter freshman scoring record with 46 goals and 64 assists, earning “rookie of the year” honors... Won a US Lacrosse National Tournament championship with Philly 1 in 2009, at which she was named a finalist for the Heather Leigh Albert Award (tourney MVP)...Played in the All-American Under Armour Tournament in 2008 and 2010 and with an all-star team at the national tournament and in the US Lacrosse All-American showcase in 2010...Also a standout in field hockey, earned First Team All-State, Pennsylvania Player of the Year, and First Team All-American honors in 2009...Trained and competed with the USA U-19 National Field Hockey Team and the Olympic Development Select Team in 2010...An Academic All-American in both lacrosse and field hockey...Played club lacrosse with Phantastix Elite 2010 Purple team. PERSONAL Lauren Jane Purvis was born on April 20, 1992 in Abington, Pa. to Ed and Sue Purvis...Has a sister, Jenny, who was a senior on the Penn State field hockey team in 2010...Mother and aunt, Cindy, also played field hockey at Penn State...Ed played soccer at Temple University...Majoring in kinesiology. Lauren Purvis // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS SH GB DC CT 2011 4-0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 Career 4-0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0

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CURLEY Berwyn, Pa. Episcopal Academy 5-5 • SO./FR. • ATTACK

PENN STATE CAREER 2011: Redshirted...ALC Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Starred at Episcopal Academy, helping it capture three-straight Inter-Ac Championships...As a sophomore, was named First Team All-Inter-Ac, and First Team All-Main Line after tallying 46 goals, 33 assists, and a careerhigh 161 ground balls...As a junior, totaled 52 goals, 22 assists, and 42 draw controls...Received All-American Honorable Mention, First Team AllInter-Ac, First Team All Main Line, Second Team All-Delco, Second Team All-Phillylacrosse.com in 2009...Missed her senior season at Episcopal Academy due to injury...Earned eight total varsity letters in lacrosse and field hockey...Played club lacrosse with Ultimate Goal. PERSONAL Born Avery Anderson Curley on October 20, 1991 in Bryn Mawr, Pa. to Bill and Kimberly Curley... Has an older brother, Wills, who plays lacrosse at Brown University...Majoring in communications.

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BRENT Rockville Centre, N.Y. Sacred Heart Academy 5-9 • FR. • ATTACK

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Started in the midfield for four years at Sacred Heart Academy in Hempstead, N.Y, serving as team captain for junior and senior seasons....Part of 57 wins in high school and four-straight Long Island Catholic Conference championship appearances...Totaled 192 goals and 126 assists in her career, including 67 goals and 26 assists as a senior...As a junior, tallied 42 goals and 34 assists...Totaled 48 goals and 38 assists as a sophomore...Named to the Long Island Catholic Conference All-League team all four years... Earned league Rookie of the Year honors in 2008 after posting 35 goals and 28 assists in freshman campaign...Played with the Long Island Yellow Jackets club team under head coach Carol Rose...Won the 2009 Club National Tournament national championship...Also captured a National Draw Division championship and a Lax for the Cure title in 2009.

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PERSONAL Kristin Mary Brent was born on January 24, 1993 in New York, N.Y., to Tom and Marianne Brent...Has an older brother, Thomas, who attends Lehigh University...Hobbies include reading, movies, and volunteer work... Chose Penn State because of its academic and athletic reputation and school spirit.

7 Tatum

COFFEY Toms River, N.J. Toms River 5-6 • FR. • MIDFIELDER

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Four year-starter at Toms River North (N.J.) High School...Contributed to 65 wins in career, helping the Mariners to first place in the New Jersey Shore Conference A South for the past three seasons, including an undefeated 16-0 division record in 2010...Totaled 326 goals and 191 total assists for 517 career points...Scored a career-high 123 goals and tallied 65 assists as a senior...Voted by fans as Lacrosse Magazine’s Top Performance of 2011...2010 and 2011 U.S. Lacrosse First Team All-American and Academic All-American...Earned New Jersey First Team All-State honors in 2010 and 2011...Honored as Shore Conference Player of the Year by the Asbury Park Press after junior and senior seasons...Three-time First Team Coaches AllDivision honoree...As a junior, notched 115 goals, tied for most in the state, and recorded 84 assists, good for a career-best 199 total points...Broke the Shore Conference record and finished second in the state for points in a season (199)...Led the team in goals and points as a sophomore with 76 goals and 102 total point, earning her the highest ranking sophomore for points in New Jersey for the 2009 season...Named team “Most Valuable Offensive Player”...Became the first freshman to play varsity lacrosse at TRNHS in 2008....Posted 12 goals and 16 assists, helping the Mariners to the state quarterfinals...Earned team “Most Improved Player” honors... Played four years of varsity soccer, helping the team to New Jersey Shore Conference A South championships in 2008 and 2009...Played on the boys’ varsity ice hockey team as a forward for three years as well as basketball as a junior...Finished career with 12 varsity letters...Played club lacrosse with T3 Shore Lacrosse under head coach Chris Raichle...Starting midfielder on U.S. Lacrosse U-19 team that posted an 8-0 record at the 2011 FIL World Cup in Hannover, Germany...Named MVP of championship game, a 14-11 come-from-behind win...Earned MVP honors at 2011 Under Armour Girls Lacrosse All-American game, scoring five goals. PERSONAL Tatum Jeanne Coffey was born on August 12, 1993 in Toms River, N.J., to parents Dennis and Dale...Has a brother, Liam, who plays ice hockey for The College of New Jersey...Plans to major in communications and pursue a career in public relations/media/marketing...Chose to attend Penn State for its academics, campus, and the lacrosse program.


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FORD White Hall, Md. North Harford 5-7 • FR. • MIDFIELDER

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Started three years at midfielder for North Harford High School, sitting out senior year due to knee surgery...Helped lead the Hawks to a regional championship and the state finals in 2010...Selected as first team allcounty and received team “Unsung Hero” Award as a junior...Led team in ground balls for junior and sophomore seasons...Named second team all-county after sophomore season...Played four years of varsity soccer, earning first team all-county honors as a junior and senior and all-state honorable mention recognition in 2010...Broke school record for most shutouts in a career as a soccer goalkeeper with 29...Participated in three years of basketball...Played club lacrosse for NEMS under head coach Paula Priest, winning the 2010 Top of the Bay Championship...Named to the 2010 Club National Championship All-Tournament Team...Led NEMS in ground balls. PERSONAL Haley Nicole Ford was born on June 26, 1993 in Baltimore, Md., to parents Keith and Renee...Has a younger brother, Will...Plans to major in physical education and pursue a career as a phys ed teacher...Hobbies include spending time at the beach...Chose Penn State to play lacrosse and for its “awesome school spirit.”

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LAYNE Downingtown, Pa. Villa Maria Academy

(2006-10) and North Carolina (2007-10), respectively, while Andrew is currently a member of the Cabrini College lacrosse team...Hobbies include art...Intends to major in sport communications...Chose to attend Penn State based on academics and athletics.

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LECHNER Silver Spring, Md. Our Lady of Good Counsel 5-6 • FR. • MIDFIELDER

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB The four-year starter won four-straight WCAC lacrosse championships at Our Lady of Good Counsel H.S. in Olney, Md....Became Good Counsel’s all-time leading scorer with 342 career goals...Also holds school record for most goals in a season (88), most goals in a game (10), and most goals by a freshman...Team captain totaled 88 goals, 39 assists, and 35 ground balls in senior season, earning Washington Post First Team All-Met and All-County Player of the Year honors...Named First Team All-WCAC all four years and first team all-county sophomore through senior seasons... Earned All-American honors in 2010 and was recognized as a Top 20 senior midfielder by ESPN Rise and a Top 20 rising senior by Inside Lacrosse... Named a top 15 rising senior by Inside Lacrosse in 2009...Selected AllMet Honorable Mention as a junior, All-Met Second Team as a sophomore, and second team all-county as a freshman...Also a four-year letterwinner in field hockey, receiving team MVP honors in 2011...Played club lacrosse with Maryland & D.C. Black Team under head coach Arvak Marshall, contributing to seven championships or runner-up finishes...Selected First Team All-Galaxy in 2010. PERSONAL Kelly Colleen Lechner was born on August 25, 1993 in Silver Spring, Md., to parents Peter and Colleen...Has a sister, Shannon, who is a sophomore transfer on Penn State’s lacrosse team...Potentially interested in pursuing a degree in the medical field.

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HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB A three-year varsity starter for Villa Maria Academy in Malvern, Pa....Earned four varsity letters and was a team captain for one season...Recognized on All-Main Line and All-Catholic League Teams both as a junior and senior... Selected All-Main Line Honorable Mention as a sophomore...Named to Under Armour Team Philly and Philadelphia National Team #2 in 2010... Played club lacrosse with PA Express for head coach Maureen Runyon. PERSONAL Catherine Georgianne Layne was born on December 11, 1992 in Bryn Mawr, Pa. to parents Steve and Felicia...Has three brothers, Steve, Chris and Andrew...Steve and Chris played collegiate lacrosse for Loyola University GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2012

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McAFEE Moorestown, N.J. Moorestown 5-8 • FR. • DEFENDER

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Attended Moorestown (N.J.) High School, winning three Group 3 state championships (2008, 2009, 2011) as a three-year starter and senior team captain...In senior season, named First Team Burlington County Scholastic League, Courier-Post and Burlington County Times, All-South Jersey, second team all-state, All-South Jersey Defender of the Year, and U.S. Lacrosse Honorable Mention All-American...Earned First Team All-BCSL, Second Team All-BCT, and Second Team All-South Jersey honors in her junior season...Competed in National School Girls Tournament in 2009 and 2010 for South Jersey Team 1 All-Star Team...Named Second Team AllBCSL as a sophomore...Member of South Jersey Select Lacrosse club team from 2005-10, winning Lax for the Cure championships in 2008 and 2009. PERSONAL Erin Rosemary McAfee was born in Voorhees, N.J. on November 5, 1992 to parents are Charles and Rosemary...Has two sisters, Kristen and Lauren, and a brother, Charles...Kristen plays soccer and lacrosse at Maryland and Lauren was a member of the Towson lacrosse team from 2006-10... Hobbies include art, reading, and running...Intends to major in business and potentially pursue a career in finance...Chose Penn State “To be a part of the PSU athletics tradition and the Nittany Lion pride” and because “I fell in love with the campus when I visited.”

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McCORMICK Eldersburg, Md. Liberty 5-10 • FR. • ATTACK

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB Started four years at midfield/attack at Liberty (Md.) High School in Eldersburg, Md....Totaled 319 points for the Lions (181 goals, 138 assists)...Scored 74 goals and tallied 46 assists (120 points) as a senior... Named team MVP and Liberty Athlete of the Year in 2011...Three-time First Team All-Monocacy Valley Athletic League and two-time First Team All-Carroll County honoree...Selected Second Team All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun in as a junior...Recognized as a top 20 attacker and top 50 recruit by ESPN Rise and on the Tewaaraton Award Watch List in 2010... Earned Second Team All-Carroll County honors as a sophomore and 22

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All-MVAL Honorable Mention recognition as a freshman...Played in the U.S. National Tournament for the Baltimore Metro team in 2009 and on the Under Armour Underclass All-Star team in 2010...Also won four letters in basketball...Played club lacrosse with Check-Hers Elite under head coach Buddy Remenapp, winning a national championship in 2009. PERSONAL Maggie Theresa McCormick was born on April 24, 1993 in Baltimore, Md. to parents Dennis and Jennifer...Has one brother, Patrick, and three sisters, Alex, Kristen and Kelly...Selected Penn State because “it has the perfect combination of a quality education and an outstanding athletic program full of tradition.”

22 Alyssa

SEMONES Westminster, Md. Westminster 5-8 • FR. • MIDFIELDER

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB A four-year starter at Westminster (Md.) High School...Holds the school record with 229 career goals and ranks third all-time in Carroll County history...Helped the Owls to three regional championships, two state semifinalist appearances, and the state finals in 2009...Named First Team All-MVAL and First Team All-Carroll County all four years...Selected as the 2011 Carroll County Times Player of the year and Athlete of the Year by WTTR radio...Chosen for the 2011 Under Armour All-American Senior Classic Game as a member of the North team...Earned a total of 12 varsity letters (lacrosse, soccer, basketball)...A standout basketball players, named First Team All-MVAL and All-Carroll County all four years...Ranks second in school history with 1,212 points...First Carroll County athlete to eclipse 1,000 points in basketball and 200 goals in lacrosse...Played club lacrosse for Check-Hers Elite under head coaches Gretchin McMunn and Buddy Remenapp...Won a club national championship in 2008. PERSONAL Alyssa Dee Semones was born on April 4, 1993 in Baltimore, Md., to parents Tim and Tonya...Tim played baseball at James Madison...Has an older sister, Kristin, who plays lacrosse at Virginia Tech...Plans to major in kinesiology and pursue a career in the medical field, possibly as a physical therapist...Hobbies include singing and dancing...Chose Penn State because “I loved the atmosphere and that it was such a large school.”


2011 SEASON RESULTS Date Feb. 20

Opponent Score at Maryland L, 13-2 0-1, 0-0

Goals and assists Goals: Lesnick (1), Welch (1) Assists: Cyr (2)

Feb. 26

ALBANY L, 8-7 0-2, 0-0

Goals: Welch (2), Cyr (1), Steadman (1), Eastman (1), Lesnick (1), Carney (1) Assists: Cyr (1), Steadman (1)

March 2 BUCKNELL W, 22-2 1-2, 0-0

Goals: Lesnick (4), Dean (3), Sofarnos (2), Welch (2), Adams (2), E. Foulsham (2), Steadman (1), Zichelli (1), Carney (1), Fernandez (1), Guy (1), Dunbar (1), Wick (1) Assists: Steadman (4), Carney (2), Cyr (2), Zichelli (2), Fernandez (1), Sofarnos (1)

March 6

at Virginia L, 10-5 1-3, 0-0

Goals: Dean (1), Eastman (1), Steadman (1), Fernandez (1), Zichelli (1) Assists: Dean (1), Dunbar (1)

March 8

at Loyola (Md.) L, 10-7 1-4, 0-0

Goals: Lesnick (4), Dean (2), Steadman (1) Assists: Carney (1), Cyr (1)

March 12

DELAWARE W, 11-3 2-4, 0-0

Goals: Eastman (2), Dean (2), Dunbar (2), Steadman (2), Lesnick (1), Adams (1), Welch (1) Assists: Eastman (2), Cyr (1), Dean (1)

March 16 HOFSTRA W, 16-7 3-4, 0-0

Goals: Steadman (5), Lesnick (3), Fernandez (3), Callahan (2), Zichelli (1), Carney (1), Eastman (1) Assists: Cyr (3), Zichelli (2), Adams (1), Carney (1), Dean (1), Lesnick (1)

March 20 VANDERBILT W, 11-8 4-4, 1-0

Goals: Dunbar (2), Zichelli (2), Dean (1) Steadman (1), Lesnick (1), Fernandez (1), Eastman (1), Cyr (1), Adams (1) Assists: Dunbar (2), Zichelli (2), Dean (1), Steadman (1), Lesnick (1), Fernandez (1) Eastman (1), Cyr (1), Adams (1)

March 23 LAFAYETTE W, 17-9 5-4, 1-0

Goals: Cyr (3), Eastman (3), Lesnick (3), Steadman (2), Dean (1), Carney (1), Adams (1) Callahan (1), E. Foulsham (1), Purvis (1) Assists: Cyr (3), Steadman (2), Adams (1), Carneyn (1), Dean (1), Eastman (1), Lesnick (1), Welch (1)

March 25 at William & Mary W, 17-8 6-4, 1-0

Goals: Zichelli (3), Dean (3), Welch (2), Steadman (2), Adams (2), Guy (2), Eastman (1), Dunbar (1), Cyr (1) Assists: Dunbar (1), Eastman (1), Lesnick (1), Welch (1), Zichelli (1)

April 2

FLORIDA L, 13-7 6-5, 1-1

Goals: Lesnick (2), Steadman (2), Adams (2), Guy (1) Assists: Cyr (2), Dean (1), Zichelli (1)

April 8

at Northwestern L, 14-5 6-6, 1-2

Goals: Dunbar (1), Eastman (1), Steadman (1), Adams (1), Lesnick (1) Assists: Dunbar (3)

April 12

LEHIGH W, 12-11 7-6, 1-2

Goals: Steadman (4), Dunbar (3), Cyr (2), Eastman (1), Dean (1), Carney (1) Assists: Cyr (1), Dunbar (1), Eastman (1)

April 17

OHIO STATE W, 11-10 (2OT) Goals: Steadman (5), Lesnick (2), Dunbar (1), Adams (1), Fernandez (1), Dean (1) 8-6, 2-2 Assists: Callahan (1), Dunbar (1), Eastman (1), Lesnick (1), Steadman (1)

April 23

at Johns Hopkins W, 10-7 9-6, 3-2

Goals: Eastman (3), Steadman (2), Lesnick (2), Cyr (1), Zichelli (1), Fernandez (1) Assists: Cyr (3), Eastman (1), Steadman (1)

April 30

at Princeton L, 19-10 9-7, 3-2

Goals: Eastman (2), Steadman (2), Zichelli (2), Fernandez (2), Cyr (1), Adams (1) Assists: Cyr (1), Dunbar (1), Eastman (1), Welch (1)

May 5

vs. Johns Hopkins W, 17-11 ALC Championship 10-7, 3-2

Goals: Steadman (4), Dean (3), Lesnick (2), Carney (2), Cyr (1), Eastman (1), Adams (1), Welch (1), Dunbar (1), Fernandez (1) Assists: Cyr (3), Steadman (2), Eastman (1)

May 6

vs. Northwestern L, 14-3 ALC Championship 10-8, 3-2

Goals: Cyr (1), Steadman (1), Adams (1) Assists: Dean (1)

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2011 STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Total Total FP Total Grnd Caused Draw Career Name GP-GS Shots Goals Goals Assts. Pts. Balls TOs Cntrls GP G A Pts. Jen Steadman 18-17 77 37 1 13 50 21 2 8 56 84 48 132 Mackenzie Cyr 18-16 31 12 2 23 35 10 5 3 18 12 23 35 Laura Lesnick 18-18 61 27 0 5 32 18 8 19 64 76 9 85 Jackie Eastman 18-18 56 18 3 9 27 31 10 20 56 25 15 40 Mary Dean 18-14 36 18 0 9 27 14 3 1 42 41 23 64 Maggie Dunbar 18-18 34 12 3 9 21 46 32 42 68 16 18 34 Theresa Zichelli 18-18 36 11 2 6 17 34 18 27 52 54 10 64 Aly Adams 18-18 27 14 6 2 16 22 8 16 38 18 2 20 Molly Fernandez 16-3 24 11 0 1 12 14 2 6 33 38 14 52 Elaine Welch 17-4 31 9 3 3 12 3 1 1 34 16 4 20 Lizzy Carney 17-0 12 7 0 5 12 14 4 5 17 7 5 12 Katie Guy 17-0 10 4 1 0 4 11 8 19 25 4 0 4 Bridget Callahan 8-0 6 3 1 1 4 1 0 0 19 3 7 16 Evan Foulsham 4-0 5 3 2 0 3 3 0 0 4 3 0 3 Hayley Sofarnos 6-1 7 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 23 13 19 32 Katy Wick 17-17 1 1 0 0 1 19 11 4 53 9 0 9 Lauren Purvis 4-0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 1 0 1 Ashley Boccio 18-18 1 0 0 0 0 16 10 4 60 0 1 1 Kelsey Hughes 3-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 Brittaney Chamberlain 11-2 1 0 0 0 0 10 4 2 25 0 0 0 Dana Cahill 18-18 0 0 0 0 0 47 7 0 29 0 0 0 Melissa Lloyd 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 Colleen Shea 16-15 0 0 0 0 0 20 15 9 19 0 0 0 Megan Hollerbach 4-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 1 0 1 Carly Bitzer 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 Ali Foulsham 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 Penn State Totals 18 458 190 24 87 277 359 150 187

GOALKEEPING STATISTICS Name Melissa Lloyd Dana Cahill Penn State Totals

GP/GS Min. 2-0 49:05 18-18 1037:40 18 1086:45

GA Saves 5 6 172 150 177 156

Career Save% GAA GP Min. GA Saves Save% GAA .545 6.11 2 49:05 5 6 .545 6.11 .466 9.95 29 1252:50 199 181 .476 9.53 .468 9.77

GOALS BY PERIOD

SHOTS ON GOAL BY PERIOD

SHOTS BY PERIOD

SAVES BY PERIOD

Penn State Opponent

Penn State Opponent

1 2 OT OT2 Total 92 97 0 1 190 80 97 0 0 177

1 2 OT OT2 Total 230 227 0 1 458 222 251 3 0 476

Penn State Opponent

Penn State Opponent

1 2 OT OT2 Total 177 173 0 1 351 156 176 0 0 333

1 2 OT OT2 Total 76 79 1 0 156 85 76 0 0 161

TEAM LEADERS Goals 1. Steadman 2. Lesnick 3. Dean Eastman 5. Adams 24

37 27 18 18 14

Assists 1. Cyr 2. Steadman 3. Dunbar Eastman Dean

23 13 9 9 9

Points 1. Steadman 2. Cyr 3. Lesnick 4. Eastman Dean

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50 35 32 27 27

Ground Balls 1. Cahill 2. Dunbar 3. Zichelli 4. Eastman 5. Adams

47 46 34 31 22

Draw Controls 1. Dunbar 2. Zichelli 3. Eastman 4. Guy Lesnick

42 27 20 19 19

Caused Turnovers 1. Dunbar 32 2. Zichelli 18 3. Shea 15 4. Wick 11 5. Boccio 10


COACHING HISTORY

MARGARET FRINGER

VIRGINIA HARPSTER

ELLEN PERRY

GILLIAN RATTRAY

SUSAN DELANEY-SCHEETZ

JULIE WILLIAMS

KAREN SCHNELLENBACH

SUZANNE ISIDOR

MISSY DOHERTY

1965 2-1-0

1974-85 143-19-2

2000 8-9-0

1966-67 0-4-1

1986-89 67-9

2001-10 84-86

1968-73 15-24-1

1990-99 116-55-0

2011-present 10-8

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POSTSEASON HISTORY UWSLA/AIAW/NCAA POSTSEASON HISTORY

ALC CHAMPIONSHIP 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)

2007 at Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, Md. Penn State - No. 5 seed vs. Ohio State W, 9-7 vs. Northwestern L, 19-7

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)

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1988 Second Place NCAA at Penn State W, 12-6 vs. Northwestern (quarterfinals) NCAA at Lafayette W, 8-6 vs. Lafayette (semifinals) NCAA at Haverford L, 15-7 vs. Temple (championship) 1989 National Champions NCAA at West Chester W, 9-3 vs. Temple (semifinals) W, 7-6 vs. Harvard (championship) 1990 Quarterfinal Round NCAA at Temple L, 9-4 vs. Temple (quarterfinals) 1991 Semifinal Round NCAA at Lafayette W, 11-9 vs. Lafayette (quarterfinals) NCAA at Trenton State L, 10-5 vs. Virginia (semifinals) 1992 Quarterfinal Round NCAA at Virginia L, 11-5 vs. Virginia (quarterfinals) 1993 Quarterfinal Round NCAA at Princeton L, 11-7 vs. Princeton (quarterfinals) 1995 Semifinal Round NCAA at Penn State W, 11-7 vs. James Madison NCAA at Trenton State L, 12-7 vs. Maryland (semifinals) 1996 Quarterfinal Round NCAA at Princeton L, 13-9 vs. Princeton (quarterfinals) 1997 First Round NCAA at Maryland L, 6-2 vs. Maryland 1998 ECAC Champions ECAC at Penn State W, 14-13 vs. Massachusetts (semifinals) W, 14-9 Rutgers (champions) 1999 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) 2001 First Round NCAA at Dartmouth

PENN STATE 2012 • WOMEN’S LACROSSE

2008 at Northwestern, Evanston, Ill. Penn State - No. 5 seed vs. Ohio State W, 13-5 vs. Northwestern L, 15-7 2009 at Penn State, University Park, Pa. Penn State - No. 2 seed vs. Ohio State W, 11-7 vs. Northwestern L, 13-3 2010 at Ohio State, Columbus, Ohio Penn State - No. 4 seed vs. Ohio State W, 14-12 vs. Northwestern L, 15-9 2011 at Vanderbilt, Nashville, Tenn. Penn State - No. 3 seed vs. Johns Hopkins W, 17-11 vs. Northwestern L, 14-3


PENN STATE AT HOME

PENN STATE LACROSSE FIELD Opening 2012

HOLUBA HALL 30-22 (19 years)

BIGLER FIELD 15-13 (12 years)

PENN STATE ALL-TIME HOME RECORD 238-89-2* * Home record also includes HOLUBA FIELD 12-4 (7 years) LADY LION FIELD 118-16-1 (20 years) POLLOCK FIELD 21-15-1 (12 years)

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PENN STATE RECORDS CAREER POINTS (games) 1. 380 2. 334 3. 289 4. 234 5. 216 6. 208 7. 203 8. 201 9. 200 10. 199 11. 194 12. 193 13. 173 14. 170 15. 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)

CAREER GOALS (games) 1. 271 2. 265 3. 230 4. 154 5. 153 6. 150 7. 148 8. 142 9. 137 10. 136 136 12 132 13. 125 14. 120 120 15. 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)

CAREER ASSISTS (games) 1. 115 Julie Tice, 1997-00 (60) 2. 109 Marsha Florio, 1982-85 (65) 3. 98 Beth Thompson, 1983-86 (59) 98 Megan Smith, 1988-91 (67) 5. 79 Betsy Williams, 1981-84 (60) 6. 76 Colleen O’Hara, 2000-03 (69) 7. 68 Lee Clough, 1986-89 (65) 8. 64 Jen Johnson, 1996-99 (70) 9 63 Laurie Gray, 1981-84 (59) 10. 61 Michele DeJuliis, 1994-97 (65) 61 Tam Crowe, 1994-97 (65) 12. 60 Candy Finn, 1979-82 (58) 13. 59 Tami Worley, 1986-89 (76) 14. 57 Lynn Thompson, 1978-81 (54) 57 Mary Ann Foley, 1987-90 (78) 16. 53 Amanda Veal, 1984-87 (47) 53 Shari Maslin, 2003-06 (63) 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 28

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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 Points 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)

TEAM RECORDS

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

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


PENN STATE RECORDS INDIVIDUAL SCORING LEADERS

(followed by Penn State and opponent season goal totals) Year 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 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Individual Leaders Sharon Duffey, Fr. Sharon Duffey, So. Sharon Duffey, Jr. Sharon Duffey, Sr. Candy Finn, Fr. Candy Finn, So. Candy Finn, Jr. Candy Finn, Sr. Marsha Florio, So. Laurie Gray, Sr. Marsha Florio, Jr. Marsha Florio, Sr. Maggy Dunphy, Sr. Amanda Veal, Sr. Tami Worley, So. Tami Worley, Jr. Tami Worley, Jr. Megan Smith, Jr. Diane Whipple, Sr. Megan Smith, Sr. Mary Ann Foley, Sr. Deanna Blood, Sr. Lori Fitzgerald, Sr. Donna Bucci, Sr. Michele DeJuliis, Fr. Michele DeJuliis, So. Michele DeJuliis, Jr. Tam Crowe, Sr. Jen Johnson, Jr. Jen Johnson, Sr. Julie Tice, Sr. Colleen O’Hara, So. Colleen O’Hara, Jr. Colleen O’Hara, Sr. Lori Havrilla, So. Kristen Burke, Sr. Shari Maslin, Sr. Lindsay Dutch, Sr. Jessi Lieb, Sr. Marisa Lozano, Sr./Jr. Jen Steadman, Jr. Jen Steadman, Sr.

G/A-Pts/G 38/10-48/10 49/7-56/8 37/14-51/9 40/14-54/12 49/14-63/13 67/18-85/14 76/17-93/15 73/21-94/16 68/27-95/16 60/35-95/14 64/26-90/14 79/30-109/18 70/21-91/18 44/35-79/19 48/19-67/19 61/18-79/19 78/16-94/20 23/51-74/17 62/10-72/18 27/30-57/18 29/18-47/18 24/19-43/16 25/11-35/16 36/18-54/16 30/12-42/15 37/19-56/18 46/16-62/16 23/21-44/16 49/24-73/18 47/23-70/20 26/33-59/17 33/19-52/18 46/13-59/17 34/23-57/17 36/12-48/17 36/18-54/17 38/13-51/16 23/19-42/17 27/9-36/17 20/24-44/17 28/17-45/17 37/13-50/18

PSU/Opp/Gms 114/53/10 155/115/9 145/31/10 154/34/12 158/55/13 158/61/14 193/110/15 250/91/17 245/93/14 213/80/14 236/120/18 280/105/18 268/116/19

Candy Finn

242/124/19 270/91/20 181/93/18 173/121/18 154/104/16 166/132/16 155/122/15 166/123/18 178/115/16 169/65/16 214/182/18 241/171/20 118/65/17 188/180/18 184/199/17 190/141/17 170/147/17 200/138/17 197/180/16 179/169/17 175/177/17 190/173/17 207/181/17 190/177/18

Tami Worley

Michele DeJuliis

Colleen O’Hara

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DIANE WHIPPLE MEMORIAL AWARD Penn 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.” To keep the spirit of Diane Whipple alive, the Penn State women’s lacrosse program created an award in her name in 2001. 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 2011 season was Maggie Dunbar. A 2011 Tewaaraton Trophy candidate, Dunbar was a force in the midfield throughout her brilliant career. The 2010 First Team All-ALC and IWLCA All-Region selection started 52 consecutive games, totaling 16 goals, including a careerhigh 12 in 2011, and 18 assists. Not only a skilled offensive player but also an able defender, Dunbar was among the team leaders in ground balls, draw controls, and caused turnovers three years running. WHIPPLE AWARD WINNERS 2001: Alison DeCecco 2002: BJ Lucey 2003: Katie Pace 2004: Janique Craig 2005: Emily Chambers

2006: Katrina McGowan 2007: Renee Cipro 2008: Linsey Shea 2009: Megan McGuire 2010: Marisa Lozano

2011: Maggie Dunbar 2011 Whipple Award winner Maggie Dunbar

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PENN STATE HONORS US LACROSSE ALL-AMERICANS 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 1982: 1983: 1984: 1985: 1986: 1987:

Candy Finn Marsha Florio Marsha Florio Barb Jordan Ellen Cohill Marsha Florio Laurie Gray Barb Jordan Maggy Dunphy Marsha Florio Barb Jordan Maggy Dunphy Alix Hughes Mary McCarthy Beth Thompson Mary McCarthy

1988: 1989: 1990: 1991: 1992: 1993: 1995: 1996: 1997: 1999: 2000: 2001:

Amanda Veal Chris Vitale Becky Vaughan Anne Marie Vesco Tami Worley Tracy Mass Becky Vaughan Diane Whipple Tami Worley Tracy Mass Diane Whipple Karen Hoysted Ann Kolongowski Megan Smith Deanna Blood Ann Kolongowski Ann Kolongowski Jill Pearsall Jill Pearsall Joanne Connelly Michele DeJuliis Joanne Connelly Michele DeJuliis Michele DeJuliis Jen Johnson Emily Mechem Colleen O’Brien Julie Tice Jenn Webb Alison DeCecco Colleen O’Hara

IWLCA ALL-AMERICANS 2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2009:

Colleen O’Hara Lee Tortorelli Lee Tortorelli (1st) Janique Craig (3rd) Emily Chambers (2nd) Renee Cipro (3rd) Lori Havrilla (3rd) Jessi Lieb (3rd) Kerry Shea (3rd)

IWCLA ALL-REGION 2005: 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009:

Emily Chambers (1st) Renee Cipro (1st) Lori Havrilla (1st) Jessi Lieb (1st) Lee Tortorelli (1st) Kristen Burke (2nd) Renee Cipro (1st) Jessi Lieb (1st) Shari Maslin (1st) Lauren Bryan (2nd) Lori Havrilla (2nd) Renee Cipro (1st) Jessi Lieb (1st) Kerry Shea (2nd) Jessi Lieb (1st) Kerry Shea (2nd) Kerry Shea (1st)

Ashley Boccio (1st) Stephanie Ellis (2nd) 2010: Theresa Bucci (1st) Maggie Dunbar (1st) 2011: Dana Cahill (1st) Maggie Dunbar (2nd) Jen Steadman (2nd)

ALL-ALC

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) 2010: Theresa Bucci (1st) Maggie Dunbar (1st) Jackie Eastman (2nd) 2011: Dana Cahill (1st) Maggie Dunbar (1st) Jackie Eastman (2nd) Jen Steadman (2nd)

ALC GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR 2011: Dana Cahill

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PENN STATE HONORS ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

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 2010: Megan Hollerbach, Katy Wick, IWLCA Honor Roll 2011: Dana Cahill, Colleen Shea, Katy Wick, IWLCA Honor Roll

Shea, Kerry Shea, Cassie Speno, Maria Valderas, Katy Wick 2010: Aly Adams, Theresa Bucci, Dana Cahill, Maggie Dunbar, Jackie Eastman, Katie Guy, Megan Hollerbach, Margo Josephs, Laura Lesnick, Erica Mihm, Colleen Shea, Cassie Speno, Jen Steadman, Maria Valderas, Katy Wick 2011: Aly Adams, Carly Bitzer, Dana Cahill, Lizzy Carney, Brittaney Chamberlain, Avery Curley, Maggie Dunbar, Jackie Eastman, Molly Fernandez, Ali Foulsham, Evan Foulsham, Laura Lesnick, Melissa Lloyd, Lauren Purvis, Colleen Shea, Katy Wick, Theresa Zichelli

SUSAN DELANEY-SCHEETZ SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARD

Susan Delaney-Scheetz, one of the founders of the American Lacrosse Conference, has devoted her life to women’s lacrosse as a player, coach and administrator. The award is presented annually to the graduating senior with the highest overall grade point average among the student-athletes in the ALC. 2011: Katy Wick

ALC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL

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, Theresa 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, Theresa 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, Theresa 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 32

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Katy Wick, a two-time IWLCA and threetime ALC Academic Honor Roll recipient, was the inaugural winner of the Susan Delaney-Scheetz Award


PENN STATE HONORS FIVE-TIME NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1978 1979 1980 1987 1989

1978

1979 1978 USWLA CHAMPIONS

14-0-1 Head coach: Gillian Rattray Leading scorer: Shannon Duffey (40 goals, 14 assists) All-Americans: Shannon Duffey, Char Morett, Linda Waltz

1979 USWLA CHAMPIONS

17-0 Head coach: Gillian Rattray Leading scorer: Candy Finn (49 goals, 14 assists)

1980 USWLA CHAMPIONS

14-1-2 Head coach: Gillian Rattray Leading scorer: Candy Finn (67 goals, 18 assists) All-Americans: Candy Finn, Lynn Thompson

1980 1987

1987 NCAA CHAMPIONS

17-2 Head coach: Susan Delaney-Scheetz Leading scorer: Amanda Veal (44 goals, 35 assists) All-Americans: Mary McCarthy, Chris Vitale, Tami Worley, Amanda Veal

1989 NCAA CHAMPIONS 19-1

1989

Head coach: Susan Delaney-Scheetz Leading scorer: Tami Worley (78 goals, 16 assists) All-Americans: Becky Vaughan, Tami Worley, Tracy Mass, Diane Whipple National Runners-up: 1986, 1988 Semifinal Teams: 1982, 1983, 1985, 1991, 1995, 1999

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PENN STATE HONORS HALL OF FAME MEMBERS NATIONAL

Candace Finn (Rocha) Susan Delaney-Scheetz Betsy Williams (Daugherty) Julie Williams Barb Jordan Gillian Rattray Mary McCarthy Stefano

PENNSYLVANIA

Susan Delaney-Scheetz Betsy Williams (Daugherty) Julie Williams Barb Jordan Gillian Rattray Lynn Thompson (Anderson)

VIRGINIA

Julie Williams

1998 2000 2000 2002 2004 2005 2010

NEW JERSEY

Mary McCarthy Stefano Anne Marie Vesco

BALTIMORE

Michele DeJuliis

LONG ISLAND Diane Whipple

1997 1999 2008 2004

1998 2000 2003 2005 2007 2010 Three-time All-American Barb Jordan is a member of both the National and Pennsylvania Lacrosse Hall of Fames

2001

NATIONAL TEAM/WORLD CUP MEMBERS UNITED STATES

Susan Delaney-Scheetz (asst. coach) 1986 Barb Jordan 1986 Candace Finn 1986 Betsy Williams Dougherty 1986/89/93 Julie Williams 1989/93 Mary McCarthy 1993 Joanne Connelly 1997/2001/05 Jessi Lieb 2008-09 Michele DeJuliis current Amy Altig current

Michele DeJuliis captained the U.S. team that captured the gold medal at the 2009 FIL World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic

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CANADA

Jennifer Johnson Katie Guy

IRELAND

Jennifer Johnson

1993/2008 current 2009

Tatum Coffey helped the U.S. capture its fourth consecutive FIL U-19 World Championship in Hannover, Germany in 2011, earning MVP honors in the title game

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U-19 NATIONAL TEAM Australia Hayley Sofarnos

2007

Canada Katie Guy

2007

United States Tatum Coffey

2011

Katie Guy was the youngest member of the Canadian National Team at the 2009 FIL World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1965 (2-1)

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

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

1966 (0-1)

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

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

1967 (0-3-1)

at Hartwick College at Frostburg EAST STROUDSBURG at Wilson

1968 (5-1)

4/20/68 HARTWICK 4/26/68 at Ithaca 4/27/68 at Cornell 5/2/68 FROSTBURG 5/4/68 at East Stroudsburg 5/11/68 WILSON

1969 (1-5)

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

W W W W L W

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

at Wilson College ITHACA COLLEGE EAST STROUDSBURG at Frostburg LOCK HAVEN at Hartwick

W L,12-6 L L L L

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

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

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

at Frostburg ITHACA COLLEGE at Hartwick at Millersville EAST STROUDSBURG LOCK HAVEN

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

FROSTBURG at Cornell at Ithaca MILLERSVILLE WILSON HARTWICK at Lock Haven at East Stroudsburg

1970 (2-4)

1971 (1-5)

1972 (3-4-1)

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

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

1973 (3-5)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 Swarthmore

1974 (7-1)

1975 (8-2)

1976 (8-1)

1977 (9-1)

4/5/77 at Millersville W, 21-0 4/12/77 SUNY-BROCKPORT W, 22-0 4/16/77 SUNY-Cortland W, 16-3 4/19/77 FROSTBURG W, 26-1 4/26/77 at West Chester L, 7-6 4/28/77 MARYLAND W, 8-5 4/30/77 LOCK HAVEN . W, 8-2 5/3/77 SLIPPERY ROCK. W, 20-2 5/5/77 at East Stroudsburg W, 8-7 5/8/77 at Central Pa. Lacrosse Trials 5/12/77 at Ursinus W, 10-4 5/14-15 at Southern District at Goucher 5/12-13 at USWLA National Tournament at Brown

1978 (14-0-1)

4/7/78 TOWSON W, 14-5 4/8/78 at Temple W, 11-9 4/11/78 at SUNY-Brockport cancelled 4/13/78 MILLERSVILLE W, 30-3 4/15/78 URSINUS W, 6-4 4/20/78 at Slippery Rock cancelled 4/22/78 WEST CHESTER W, 13-4 4/25/78 at Maryland T, 6-6 4/27/78 at Lock Haven W, 9-2 4/29/78 RUTGERS W, 19-2 5/4/78 EAST STROUDSBURG W, 10-4 5/6-7/78 Cent. Pa. Tourn. at Bucknell 1st 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

1979 (17-0)

3/29/79 TEMPLE W, 9-8 4/5/79 DELAWARE W, 25-2 4/6/79 at Ursinus W, 10-7 4/17/79 SLIPPERY ROCK W, 16-2 4/19/79 LOCK HAVEN W, 11-6 4/21/79 West Chester W, 9-5 4/24/79 MARYLAND W, 6-5 4/26/79 East Stroudsburg postponed 4/28/79 at Rutgers W, 15-6 5/2/79 at East Stroudsburg W, 10-4 5/4/79 at Towson W, 7-1 5/5-6/79 Cent. Pa. Tourn. at Bucknell 1st 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 PSU

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1980 (14-1-2)

3/27/80 at Temple W, 6-5 4/5/80 at William & Mary T, 10-10 4/10/80 at Delaware W, 17-6 4/12/80 URSINUS T, 7-7 4/15/80 at Slippery Rock W, 15-2 4/19/80 WEST CHESTER W, 8-7 4/22/80 at Lock Haven W, 7-0 4/26/80 RUTGERS W, 10-3 4/29/80 at Maryland L, 7-6 5/1/80 TOWSON W, 18-4 5/3/80 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 Princeton

1981 (13-2)

3/28/81 JAMES MADISON W, 18-8 4/2/81 at Towson W, 12-2 4/11/81 WILLIAM & MARY W, 17-13 4/13/81 SLIPPERY ROCK W, 10-3 4/16/81 TEMPLE W, 17-4 4/18/81 at Rutgers W, 13-6 4/21/81 LOCK HAVEN W, 10-6 4/23/81 MARYLAND W, 15-10 4/25/81 at West Chester W, 13-11 4/28/81 at Ursinus College L, 10-11 5/1-2/81 EAIAW Mid-Atlantic Tournament at Loyola (Md.) 5/1/81 Temple W 5-4 5/2/81 Ursinus W 15-9 5/15-16 AIAW CHAMPIONSHIPS 5/15/81 Maryland L 8-12 5/16/81 James Madison W 16-3 5/17/81 Massachusetts W 14-8

1982 (14-3)

3/27/82 at James Madison W, 8-7 4/1/82 TOWSON W, 22-1 4/5/82 OHIO UNIVERSITY W, 25-4 4/10/82 at William & Mary W, 11-9 4/15/82 at Temple W, 8-7 4/17/82 RUTGERS W, 25-3 4/20/82 at Lock Haven W, 19-2 4/22/82 at Maryland L, 5-7 4/24/82 WEST CHESTER W, 15-6 4/27/82 URSINUS W, 20-7 5/1-2/82 at EAIAW Regionals 3rd place 5/1/82 Pennsylvania L, 6-7 5/2/82 Maryland W, 10-2 5/5/82 PRINCETON W, 24-4 5/8/82 at Harvard W, 15-9 5/13-15 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

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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 (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

1985 (14-4)

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

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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

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 (16-2)

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

1987 (17-2)

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

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 4/5/87 LEHIGH W, 13-5 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


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 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 (19-1)

3/12/89 at Richmond W, 15-1 3/18/89 JAMES MADISON W, 18-8 3/19/89 COLGATE W, 22-3 3/21/89 at Loyola (Md.) W, 10-5 3/28/89 TEMPLE W, 13-5 4/1/89 at William & Mary W, 8-5 4/2/89 at Virginia W, 12-8 4/6/89 DELAWARE W, 13-4 4/8/89 at Rutgers W, 17-2 4/11/89 at Lafayette W, 13-5 4/13/89 MARYLAND W, 10-6 4/15/89 LEHIGH 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 (13-5)

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

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

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

W, 15-5 W, 6-2 W, 7-1 L, 7-6 W, 14-1 L, 9-4

1991 (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

1992 (11-5)

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

3/5/93 at Old Dominion 3/11/93 Richmond at Hilton Head 3/17/93 at Loyola (Md.) 3/20/93 JAMES MADISON 3/23/93 LEHIGH 3/27/93 at William & Mary 3/28/93 at Virginia 4/1/93 DELAWARE 4/7/93 at Lafayette 4/10/93 DARTMOUTH 4/15/93 WEST CHESTER

4/17/93 TEMPLE 4/24/93 at Princeton 4/26/93 at New Hampshire 5/1/93 MARYLAND 5/8/93 +at Princeton +NCAA First Round at Princeton

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

W, 13-7 L, 13-6 W, 9-6 L, 14-7 L, 11-7

1994 (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

1995 (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

W, 11-9 W, 13-4 W, 7-6 W, 8-5 W, 18-7 L, 13-8 W, 7-5 W, 18-10 W, 12-6 L, 9-6 W, 16-7 GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2012

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 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 4/7/96 at Dartmouth W, 9-5 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 (10-8)

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

3/4/98 RICHMOND W,16-9 3/7/98 COLGATE W, 10-8 3/11/98 LOYOLA (Md.) L, 12-7 3/14/98 at James Madison W, 12-11 3-21-98 WILLIAM & MARY L, 8-6 3/22/98 VIRGINIA L, 11-10 3/28/98 PRINCETON L, 19-12 3/29/98 OLD DOMINION W, 11-7 4/4/98 at Lehigh W, 18-6 4/6/98 at Dartmouth L, 11-9 4/8/98 LAFAYETTE W, 15-10 4/11/98 at Temple L, 12-8 4/18/98 at Ohio State W, 14-3 4/20/98 at Delaware L, 12-11 4/25/98 at Maryland L, 14-10 5/1/98 VANDERBILT W, 17-7 5/9/98 +MASSACHUSETTS W, 14-3 5/10/98 +RUTGERS W, 14-9 +ECAC Championship at Penn State

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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 3/27/99 at Lafayette W, 16-8 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 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 3/3/01 3/10/01 3/13/01 3/16/01 3/18/01 3/21/01 3/24/01 3/30/01 4/1/01 4/3/01 4/7/01 4/10/01 4/13/01 4/15/01 4/20/01 4/22/01 4/28/01

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2000 (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

2001 (8-10)

CORNELL JAMES MADISON MASSACHUSETTS at Virginia at William & Mary DELAWARE at Princeton MARYLAND NORTH CAROLINA TEMPLE at Loyola LEHIGH at Old Dominion DARTMOUTH at Georgetown at Lafayette OHIO STATE

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

5/10/01 +at Dartmouth +NCAA First Round at Penn State

L, 9-7

2002 (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

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


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2005 (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 CAROLINA L, 7-6 (2OT) *American Lacrosse Conference game +NCAA First Round at Penn State

2006 (8-8, 4-1 ALC)

2/25/06 at Vanderbilt* W, 9-8 3/5/06 COLGATE W, 19-3 3/7/06 at Bucknell W, 19-5 3/10/06 VIRGINIA L, 12-8 3/12/06 WILLIAM & MARY L, 14-12 3/18/06 PRINCETON L, 17-9 3/21/06 at Temple W, 9-6 3/24/06 at Maryland L, 16-7 3/26/06 vs. North Carolina L, 16-12 4/2/06 LOYOLA (Md.) W, 16-10 4/5/06 at Pennsylvania L, 8-6 4/12/06 at Delaware L, 15-14 4/16/06 NORTHWESTERN* L, 19-9 4/21/06 at Ohio State* W, 19-12 4/23/06 at Ohio* W, 14-5 4/29/06 JOHNS HOPKINS* W, 15-14 *American Lacrosse Conference game

2007 (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 ^ALC Tournament games, at Johns Hopkins

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 3/15/08 PRINCETON L, 7-6 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

^ALC Championship games, at Ohio State

2011 (10-8, 3-2 ALC)

2/20/11 at Maryland L, 13-2 2/26/11 ALBANY L, 8-7 3/2/11 BUCKNELL W, 22-2 3/6/11 at Virginia L, 10-5 3/8/11 at Loyola (Md.) L, 10-7 3/12/11 DELAWARE W, 11-3 3/16/11 HOFSTRA W, 16-7 3/20/11 at Vanderbilt* W, 11-8 3/23/11 LAFAYETTE W, 17-9 3/27/11 at William & Mary W, 17-8 4/2/11 FLORIDA* L, 13-7 4/8/11 at Northwestern* L, 14-5 4/12/11 LEHIGH W, 12-11 4/17/11 OHIO STATE* W, 11-10 (2OT) 4/23/11 at Johns Hopkins* W, 10-7 4/30/11 at Princeton L, 19-10 5/5/11 vs. Johns Hopkins^ W, 17-11 5/6/11 vs. Northwestern^ L, 14-3 *American Lacrosse Conference game ^ALC Championship games, at Vanderbilt

2010 (10-7, 1-4 ALC)

2/14/10 LOYOLA (Md.) W, 9-8 2/16/10 at Bucknell W, 15-2 2/21/10 MARYLAND L, 17-9 2/28/10 COLGATE W, 17-7 3/7/10 VIRGINIA L, 13-8 3/13/10 at Delaware W, 12-8 3/21/10 at Vanderbilt* L, 20-14 3/24/10 at Lafayette W, 19-5 3/28/10 WILLIAM & MARY W, 11-8 4/3/10 at Florida* L, 13-11 4/7/10 at Lehigh W, 14-13 4/11/10 NORTHWESTERN* L, 13-6 4/18/10 at Ohio State* W, 18-12 4/19/10 JOHNS HOPKINS* L, 12-7 4/25/10 TEMPLE W, 14-3 5/6/10 at Ohio State^ W, 14-12 5/7/10 vs. Northwestern L, 15-9 *American Lacrosse Conference game GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2012

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent

Albany Baltimore Club Brockport Brown Bucknell Cabooses Cent. Pa. All Stars Cincinnati Colgate Cornell Cortland Dartmouth Davidson Delaware Drexel East Stroudsburg Florida Frostburg Georgetown Hartwick Harvard Hofstra 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

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Last win

0-1-0 - 1-0-0 1965 1-0-0 1977 1-0-0 1979 15-0-0 2011 1-0-0 1979 2-0-0 1980 1-0-0 2008 10-0-0 2010 6-1-0 1975 2-0-0 1977 10-7-0 1999 4-0-0 2005 24-7-0 2011 2-0-0 1995 5-9-0 1979 0-2-0 - 5-4-2 1977 3-3-0 2004 7-2-0 1975 3-0-0 1989 1-0-0 2011 4-5-0 1976 17-9-0 2002 8-3-0 2011 19-2-0 2011 20-0-0 2011 12-5-0 1983 13-12-0 2010 14-33-1 2005 8-0-0 2001 6-2-0 1978 1-0-0 2009 13-2-0 2000 3-9-0 2007 2-0-0 1986 4-14-0 2003 15-4-0 2011 6-1-0 2006 8-1-0 2001 9-5-0 2005 12-20-0 2007 1-0-0 1979 11-0-0 1998 14-0-0 1998 1-0-0 1990 5-0-0 1981 16-13-0 2010 6-0-0 1983 8-1-1 1984 7-7-0 2011 1-0-0 1991 4-18-0 2005 20-3-0 1999 24-7-1 2011 6-2-0 1975 2-0-0 1989

PENN STATE 2012 • WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Series start 2011 1965 1977 1979 1978 1979 1979 2008 1989 1970 1968 1985 2002 1979 1994 1965 2010 1967 1999 1967 1980 2011 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


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A

Abbazia, Tammy 1992-93 Abrahams, Harriet 1970-71 Abrahams, Ralph 1969 Adams, Aly 2009-present Affonsa, Kate 1999-2000 Albert, Becky 1990-92 Albert, Lauren 1994 Allison,Christin 1999 Altadonna, Amy 1999-02 Ames, Megan 1998-01 Andress, Lea 2010 Anthony, Dale 1982 Arena, Theresa 1978, 80-81 Ashenfelter, Elaine 1975-76 Ashton, Donna 1984-85 Asm, Wendy 1965 Astler, Kim 1974-75

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 Bitzer, Carly 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

B

1999-02 1970-72 1973 1969 1987-88 2002-05 1968 1968 1991-93 1994 1973-75 1995 1993-94 2011-present 1993 1972 1989-92 2008-11 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 2007-10 1993-96 1974-75 2002-05

Burke, Lauren Burnes, Lynn Burnett, Patti Bush, Carey Busse, Krissy Buttle, Christina

2006-09 1988-91 1971-72 1998-2000 1993 2005-08

C

Callahan, Bridget Cahill, Dana Campbell, Erin Cannon, Ann Caratelli, Laura Cardoni, Katie Carnaggio, Amy Carney, Lizzy Carter, Aly Castor, Debora Chamberlain, Brittaney Chamberlin, Martha Chambers, Emily Chang, Helen Cipro, Renee Clough, Lee Coen, LeeAnn Coffee, Pat Cohill, Ellen Connelly, Joanne Cooke, Laina Cornet, Sandra Craig, Janique Cronin, Tiffany Crowe, Tamara Curnoles, Stephanie Curtin, Kathy Cyr, Mackenzie

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

D

2009-11 2009-present 1995 1966-67 1992 1998 1993-95 2011-present 2006-09 1979-80 2009-present 1967-68 2002-05 1972-73 2004-07 1986-89 1990-91 1966 1981-84 1993-96 1989-90 1982 2001-04 1997 1994-97 2001-04 1985, 87 2011-present

1974 1980 1978-79 1986 1997 1985 1988 1975-76 1969 1970-71 1988 1999-02 2009-11 1979-80 1994-97 1983-84 1993-94 1987 1968-69 1977 1972-73 1979-82 2001-04

Doran, Barb Downing, Summer Duffey, Sharon Dunbar, Maggie Dunn, Shanna Dunphy, Maggy Dutch, Lindsay

Eastman, Jackie Eberz, Megan Eldridge, Jessica Ellis, Stephanie Erdman, Aimee Evans, Darcy Ewan, Pattie Sue

Fernandez, Molly Field, Jody Fielder, Michele Filipowski, Joan Findlay, Anne Finn, Candace Fisch, Lauren Fissinger, Jeannie Fitzgerald, Lori Fix, Nancy Flexer, Stephanie Florio, Marsha Foley, Mary Ann Foley, Patricia Forcey, Jennifer Ford, Molly Foulsham, Ali Foulsham, Evan Fox, Bobbie Fox, Dori Frandé, Liz Freeman, Kai Frey, Kristin Friedrich, Suzanne Frysinger, Robin

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

1974-75 1996-99 1975-76, 78 2008-11 2002 1983-86 2004-07

E

F

G

2008-11 1992-94 1997-98 2007-10 1988 1966 1980-83

2010-present 1976, 79 1978-81 1988-89 1972-73 1979-82 2002-04 1979 1990-93 1977 1993-94, 96 1982-85 1987-89 1974 1996 1999-02 2011-present 2011-present 1969 1990 2003-06 2001 1982 1982-85 1973-75

2006-09 1988 1978-81 1976 1972 1974 1997 1970 1975-76 1966 1966 1973 1988 1983-84 1975-76 1981-84

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Green, Jenn Growney, Patrice Guarino, Rosalie Guy, Katie

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

Jackson, Janet Jackson, Virginia Jarman, Anne Javens, Jo Jenkins, Cindy Jenkins, Courtney Jensen, Brittany Jeschke, Katie Johnson, Jennifer Johnston, Linda Joines, Shannon Jones, Karen Jones, Suzie Jordan, Antoinette Jordan, Barb 42

2004-07 1977 1986-88 2010-present

H

J

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 2008-11 1970-72 1966 1990-91 1983-84 1988 1988-91 1991-92 1983-86 1993-94 2011-present 1982-84 1992-94 1972 1984 1974-75

1974 1966-67 1972 1980-81 1994 1997-2000 2006-09 2001-04 1996-99 1968 1987 1977, 79-80 1985-86 1968 1982-85

Jordan, Lynn Jordan, Peggy Josephs, Margo Jung, Melissa Jurkowsky, Cammie

Kaden, Jill Kane, Beckie Karpinski, Cindy Karpowich, Karen Kassab, Chris Neane, Colleen Keating, Cara Keeler, Wendi Kemp, Renee Kennedy, Susan Kenney, Christine Kinnear, Wendy Kirk, Kendra Kistler, Donna Kitchel, Helen Klein, Kathy Kline, Susan Kloidt, Patty Koffenberger, Jane Kohler, Diane Kolongowski, Ann Kolongowski, Marcy Kontson, Kim Kopski, Kristen Koterba, Robin Kotkin, Jennifer Kowalczyk, Andrea Kranzley, Gwen Kuhl, Nancy Kyler, Judith

LaMar, Denise Land, Bev Lark, Lois Larson, Chris Lee, Sooji Lehman, Julie Lehr, Anne Lemyre, Beth Lessing, Amy LeNoir, Mary Lesnick, Laura Lessing, Amy Lewis, Carrie Lieb, Jessi Lill, Donna Lincicome, Laura Lindgren, Laurie Logan, Alisa Lloyd, Melissa Long, Karen Long, Sarah Longobucco, Amanda

PENN STATE 2012 • WOMEN’S LACROSSE

1982 1978-79 2007-09 2001 2005-07

K

L

1996-99 1972 1979-81 1974, 76 1971-73 1989 2002 1978 1980-82 1966-67 1997-2000 1968-70 1989-90 1972 1968-71 1988-89 1972 1991, 93-94 1980-83 1972 1989, 91-93 1992-94 2005-08 1987-89 1971 1995 1974-76 1971-73 1977 1967

1967-68 1974-76 1967-68 1975-76 2002 1988 1978 1977 1979-81 2007-2008, 2010 2008-11 1979-81 1994 2005-08 1975 2006-09 1986 1978-81 2011-present 2004-07 1995-97 2006-09

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

1969-71 1970 1996 2007-09 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 2007-10 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 1968 Moon, Chris 1981-83 Mooney, Suzanne 1986


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS More, Lynn Morett, Charlene Morga, Kate Morgan, MaryBeth Morrison, Maureen Myers, M. Dede Myers, Robin Myers, Stephanie

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

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 Purvis, Lauren

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

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

N

P

R

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

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 2011-present

1999 1973 1993 1983-84 1982-83 2001 1983-84 1984-85 1966 1975-76 1995-98 1987 1980-82 1970-71 1969

Rickards, Karen Riecks, Becky Rosander, Karin Ross, Ashley Ross, Diane Rothfuss, Heidi Rothman, Robin Rowlyk, Tara Rundegren, June Ryan, Brenna

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 Sofarnos, Hayley Sommers, Sue Soriero, Julie Sorgi, Andrea Speno, Cassie Spinelli, Maryanne Stanke, Susan Stauffer, Lisa

1981-84 1985 1973 2009-10 1988 1998-01 1987 1994-97 1969 1994

S

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-present 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 2010-11 1987 1972-73 2000-01 2009-10 1970 1997-98 1980-81

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

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

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

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

1985,89 2008-11 1997 1966-67 1990 1991-94 1985-87 1966 1974-76 1977 1970 1989-91 1984

T

V

W

1972 1986-87 1983-86 1978-81 1997 1978-2000 1979 2002-05 2002-05 1966 1967-67 1987 1989-91

2007-10 1971 1986 1984 1973 1985 1995 1984

1966 1975-78 2002-05 1973-76 1977 1998-99 1992-95 1997-2000 1968-69 1992-95 2009-present 1971-72 1991-92 1987-90 1966 2008-11 1983 1980-81 1981-84 1993-95 1988

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Wise, Mary Jo Wisloski, Lynn Wismer, Sandy Wisniewski, Susan Wood, Kristen Worley, Tami Wright, Rene Wyatt, Judy

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

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

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1974-75 1998 1989 1975-78 2000-03 1986-89 1981 1974-75

Y

Z

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

1978 2009-present 1988 1976 1988

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