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2012 Hofstra FIELD HOCKEY Quick Facts Location: Hempstead, New York 11549 Founded: 1935 Enrollment: 11,453 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Nickname: Pride Colors: Gold, White and Blue Home Field: Hofstra Field Hockey Stadium Playing Surface: Hockey Grass Club President: Stuart Rabinowitz NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative: Michael Barnes Director of Athletics: Jeffrey A. Hathaway Executive Associate Director of Athletics: Danny McCabe Senior Associate Director of Athletics: Cindy Lewis Associate Director of Athletics for Communications: Stephen Gorchov Associate Director of Athletics for External Affairs: Tim McMahon Associate Director of Athletics for Facilities: Jay Artinian Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance: John Heck Assistant Director of Athletics for Development: Daniel Solow Assistant Director of Athletics for Corporate Relations: Ellen Johnson Assistant Director of Athletics for StudentAthlete Development: Samantha Sweeney Assistant Director of Athletics for Marketing and Promotions: Chrissy Arnone Assistant Director of Athletics for Ticket Operations: Maria Corvino Director of Ticket Sales: Michael Neely Director of Student-Athlete Services: James Lally Assistant Director of Administration: Rachel August Athletic Department Phone: (516) 463-3800

Associate Director of Athletics for Communications: Stephen Gorchov Office Phone: (516) 463-4933 E-mail Address: Senior Sports Information Director: Jim Sheehan (Field Hockey contact) Office Phone: (516) 463-6764 Cell Phone: (516) 523-6692 E-mail Address: Senior Assistant Director of Athletic Communications: Brian Bohl Office Phone: (516) 463-6759 E-mail Address: Director of Athletic Publications: Len Skoros Office Phone: (516) 463-4602 E-mail Address: Athletic Communications Fax: (516) 463-5033 Head Athletic Trainer: Evan Malings Field Hockey Athletic Trainer: Robert DiMonda Equipment Manager: Kathy Theiling Photographers: Brian Ballweg, Stephen Slade, Len Skoros, Jim Sheehan

FIELD HOCKEY INFORMATION Head Coach: Kathy De Angelis (Massachusetts, 1992) Record at Hofstra: 140-136/14 years Overall Record: 167-215-3/20 years Associate Head Coach: April Cornell (Connecticut, 2005), seventh year Field Hockey Office Phone: (516) 463-3712/6781 2011 Record: 13-9 2011 Conference Record: 5-3/tied for 2nd place in Colonial Athletic Association Players Returning/Lost: 16/10 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/4


Pos. Cl.

2011 Stats

Krizia Layne



22 games, 20 goals, 13 assists, 53 points

Jonel Boileau



22 games, 8 goals, 3 assists, 19 points

Micaela Gallagher



22 games, 5 goals, 4 assists, 14 points

Codi Nyland



22 games, 1 goal, 1 assists, 3 points

Kaitlyn De Turo



3 games, 1.21 GAA, .667 save percentage.

Table of Contents 1 Quick Facts/Table of Contents 2 This is Hofstra University 4 Hofstra Highlights 6 Head Coach Kathy De Angelis 8 Associate Head Coach April Cornell 9 2012 Roster 10 2012 Outlook 12 2012 Player Profiles 28 Hofstra University President 29 University Senior Administration/ Trustees 30 Hofstra University Vice President and Director of Athletics 32 Hofstra Athletic Administration and Head Coaches 34 Athletic Academic Support 35 Sports Medicine/Athletic Training 36 Hofstra Field Hockey Stadium/ Facilities 38 Long Island/New York City 39 2011 Statistics and Results 40 The Colonial Athletic Association 41 Asics 42 2011 CAA Review 44 Hofstra Field Hockey Honor Roll 46 Hofstra Field Hockey Record Book 48 Hofstra Field Hockey Alumnae 50 Series Records 51 All-Time Results 55 Media Information 56 Campus Map/Getting to Hofstra

Hofstra University is committed to extending equal opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national or ethnic origin, physical or mental disability, marital or veteran status in employment and in the conduct and operation of Hofstra University’s educational programs and activities, including admissions, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school administered programs. This statement of nondiscrimination is in compliance with Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act, the Age Discrimination Act and other applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations relating to nondiscrimination (“Equal Opportunity Laws”). The Equal Rights and Opportunity Officer is the University’s official responsible for coordinating its overall adherence to Equal Opportunity Laws. Questions or concerns regarding any of these laws or other aspects of Hofstra’s Equal Opportunity Statement should be directed to the Equal Rights and Opportunity Officer at, (516) 463-7310, C/O Office of Legal Affairs and General Counsel, 101 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY 11549. For additional contacts and related resources, see http://www.hofstra. edu/About/Policy/policy_eoe.html





ofstra University provides a dynamic college experience tailored for engaged and ambitious individuals. Students find pride and purpose at Hofstra, through small classes, a faculty whose primary concern is teaching, cutting edge technology, extensive library resources, internships, and active and compelling educational programs that appeal to their interests and abilities. The Hofstra community is driven, dynamic and energetic, helping students find and focus their strengths to prepare them for a successful future. In its relatively short 77-year history, Hofstra has established itself as a world-class institution of higher education and cultural enterprise. Each academic year, the Hofstra campus and the programs offered grow and change to meet the demands of our students and our community. Hofstra opened in 1935 as a commuter school with all classes and offices housed in one building. Since those early days, Hofstra has evolved into an international institution with a student body hailing from 47 states and territories, and 50 countries around the world. The beautiful campus is an accredited arboretum with 115 buildings on 240 acres. There are approximately 3,900 students living on campus, and Hofstra offers them and all students an extensive array of academic and social activities. Additionally, Hofstra’s close proximity to Manhattan means that students


Graduate degrees are offered, including Ph.D., Ed.D., Psy.D., Au.D., J.D., and M.D. degrees, advanced certificates and professional diplomas, in more approximately 150 programs of study.

have easy access to the wondrous cultural, social and career offerings of the city. While the campus and its offerings have changed, what has remained consistent throughout the years is the sense of community on campus, the eagerness of our students to learn and the commitment of the Hofstra faculty and administration to provide a challenging education that encourages the pursuit of lifelong learning. The Colleges and Schools of the University are: Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Frank G. Zarb School of Business, School of Communication, School of Education, Health and Human Services, Maurice A. Deane School of Law, School for University Studies, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Honors College, Hofstra University Continuing Education and Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine at Hofstra University. Bachelor’s degrees are offered in about 140 areas of study.


Hofstra joined with North Shore-LIJ Health System in establishing a medical school on the University campus in October 2007. The new school, which welcomed its first class in July 2011, is the first allopathic (MD) medical school in Nassau County and the first in New York State since 1963. In October 2011 the Commission on Presidential Debates announced that it had chosen Hofstra University for the site of its October 16, 2012 Presidential Debate, which will be in the “town meeting” format. The Commission on Presidential Debates, a nonprofit, nonpartisan corporation, has sponsored and produced every presidential and vice-presidential debate since 1988. Hofstra University hosted the third and final presidential debate of the 2008 election cycle, between then Senator Barack Obama and Senator John McCain, on October 15, 2008. The debate was a transformational moment for the University, highlighting the achievements of our students and faculty and their engagement in the political process. Leading up to the debate, students and the entire community were engaged by the year-long Educate ’08 program, almost 150 lectures, conferences, and events focused on the issues, history and politics of the presidency, followed

The Hofstra Museum, which houses one of the largest art collections in the metropolitan area, coordinates approximately eight exhibitions annually and offers exhibition areas and an extensive outdoor sculpture collection, with 75 pieces. The Hofstra Museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums – one of only 94 universities in the nation and one of six in New York to hold that distinction.

by Define ’09, which looked at the first year of his presidency. The University continues to host important political events, such as the New York State Gubernatorial Debate in 2010 and a visit from Newark, NJ, Mayor Cory Booker to kick of the Debate 2012 - Pride, Politics & Policy program.

In 2011 Hofstra announced that it would launch a School of Engineering and Applied Science with a co-op education program that will partner with a network of industry leaders to offer students substantial work experience before they graduate. The new school, which will open in September 2012, will combine and expand the University’s existing Engineering and Computer Science departments to develop a curriculum that emphasizes high-tech research, practical work experience and inter-disciplinary study, integrating resources and faculty from other parts of the institution, including the Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine and the Frank G. Zarb School of Business. Hofstra’s School of Communication is one of the largest, most advanced non-commercial television facilities in the East. Students take classes and work in Dempster Hall, a sophisticated television production/postproduction facility with two broadcast-quality studios and control rooms; two advanced online video edit suites; two Avid non-linear digital editing systems and several cuts-only video work stations. Two satellite dishes are available with one dish providing special news feeds for the broadcast journalism room, which also has access to Associated Press, LexisNexis and Dow Jones services. In addition, the facility is capable of broadcasting studentproduced programming to the entire campus on our own cable channels. Also located here is the University’s radio station (WRHU/88.7FM), audio production studios, a film/video screening room, film editing rooms, a computer laboratory, a speech performance studio and a large dance studio.

Hofstra also has six theaters, a student newspaper, a lively student center, a recently renovated recreation center and numerous athletic facilities, including the 13,000-seat James M. Shuart Stadium and the 5,046-seat David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex. Hofstra also has an indoor, Olympic-sized (eight lane, 50-meter) swimming pool, one of the largest such facilities in the New York metropolitan area. Hofstra’s C.V. Starr Hall offers academic facilities that are among the most technologically advanced in the nation. Every seat in every classroom allows students direct access to the Internet and Hofstra network, including the resources of Hofstra’s Axinn Library. Hofstra’s growing computer facilities offer extensive high-tech training opportunities. There are computer terminals throughout the campus for student and faculty use, with more than 750 PC, Macintosh and UNIX workstations available in labs and classrooms. Hofstra hosts more than 500 cultural events annually, bringing thousands of scholars, dignitaries and other participants to campus. More than 200 musical and dramatic performances take place on campus each year. The University completed a year-long celebration of its 75th anniversary in 2010, complete with a concert, academic convocation and cake, several conferences and signature events which brought together students, faculty, alumni and community.

The Hofstra athletic program competes on the NCAA Division I level and is a member of the Colonial Athletic Association. The University sponsors 17 intercollegiate programs – eight men’s sports and nine women’s sports. Hofstra has men’s teams in basketball, baseball, lacrosse, golf, tennis, wrestling, soccer and cross country. Women’s sports include basketball, volleyball, softball, tennis, soccer, field hockey, lacrosse, cross country and golf. Hofstra’s academic programs are accredited by numerous national agencies and the University is one of only 280 schools, out of more than 3,600 colleges and universities nationwide, with a chapter of the national honor society Phi Beta Kappa. Of Hofstra’s 1,114 faculty members, 525 are full time and 92 percent hold the highest degree in their fields. The average undergraduate class size is 21 students, while student-faculty ratio is 14-to-1. Hofstra University is 100-percent program accessible to persons with disabilities, and has been cited as a national model for this achievement.

Hofstra by the Numbers 17 Varsity sports 20 Eateries on campus 20 Local and national fraternities and sororities 21 Average undergraduate class size 22 Academic accreditations 37 Residence halls

100 Percent program accessibility to persons with disabilities 200 Student clubs and organizations 500 Cultural events per year 1935 Founding date 1,191 Full-time undergraduate enrollment

11,453 Total University enrollment, including part-time undergraduate, graduate and School of Law 119,000+ Hofstra alumni 1.2 Million Volumes available at Hofstra University Libraries




Newark Mayor Cory Booker was the keynote speaker for Hofstra’s annual P.R.I.D.E. week.

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, the reporters who broke the Watergate scandal for The Washington Post, spoke at Hofstra on March 20, 2012, for the 40th anniversary of the story that forced President Nixon to resign.

Hofstra students raised more than $100,000 for cancer research during the 2012 Relay for Life.

Hofstra will host a Presidential Debate on October 16, 2012, and will bring a slate of top political strategists, activists, scholars and journalists to campus as part of an electionthemed event series.

CBS Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer Leslie Moonves was the speaker at the undergraduate ceremony during Hofstra’s 2012 Commencement Exercises.



The Princeton Review recently named the Zarb School of Business One of its “Great Schools for Marketing and Sales Majors”

Hofstra is just 25 miles from New York City.

Rapper Rick Ross performs at the Vibe Live concert during Fall Festival.

The HofstraNorth Shore LIJ School of Medicine COMPLETED ITS FIRST YEAR OF EXISTENCE IN JULY 2012.

WRHU, Hofstra’s radio station, was recently rated the fifth best college radio station in the nation by The Princeton Review.






athy De Angelis, a former player and current coach for the United States National Field Hockey program, is in her 15th year as head field hockey coach at Hofstra University in 2012. She has directed the Pride to winning seasons in nine of the past 11 years and has guided the program into the Colonial Athletic Association Championship Tournament in seven of the last eight seasons During her tenure at Hofstra De Angelis has coached two All-Americans (totaling four selections), seven regional All-Americans (totaling 17 selections), 18 all-conference players (32 selections) and 40 NFHCA Scholar-Athletes (85 selections). In her 14 seasons at Hofstra, De Angelis has compiled a 140-136 coaching record Including a stretch of six straight winning seasons (2001 through 2006) for the first time at the Division I level and just the second time since 1947 to 1952. Hofstra’s record in those six seasons was 73-47.

In 2011, Hofstra rebounded from an injury-plagued year the season before to post a 13-9 overall record, a 20th-place ranking in the final NCAA Ratings Percentage Index (RPI), a second-place finish in the CAA with a 5-3 mark, and advanced to the CAA Championship semifinals. The 13 wins matched her personal best as coach and tied her own mark for the second most wins in the history of the program. Genna Kovar, who broke three single season records and three career marks to close out her stellar career, was named to Longstreth/ National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-America third team, and the NFHCA All-Mid-East Region and All-CAA first teams. Amy-Lee Levey ended her Hofstra career with career highs and was named to the NFHCA AllMid-East Region and All-CAA second teams. The Pride continued their excellence in the classroom, earning one of the Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA National Academic Team awards with 15 student-athletes being named to the national academic squad. De Angelis, a native of Lexington, Massachusetts, began her collegiate coaching career as an assistant coach at the University of Massachusetts under the legendary former U.S. National Team player, 1996 Olympic team coach, and NFHCA



Hall of Fame Coach Pam Hixon. She left UMass to become the head field hockey coach and assistant director of the fitness center at LaSalle University from 1992 through the 1995 season. De Angelis then led Southwest Missouri State (now Missouri State) in 1996 and 1997 before coming to Long Island. Taking over a Hofstra program in 1998 that had just two winning seasons in the previous 10 years, De Angelis began the Pride turnaround in 2001 leading her team to a 12-8 record. It marked the second straight year of improvement for the team after a 4-16 record in 1999. Hofstra also returned to the national rankings in 2001 as the team received votes in the STX/ NFHCA Poll on several occasions. The Pride posted a 10-9 record in 2002 after joining the highly competitive Colonial Athletic Association. Hofstra spent six weeks in the 2002 STX/NFHCA Division I Poll, peaking at #18 following a 5-0 start to the season. Tricia-Ann Greaves earned the Pride’s first All-CAA first team honor. A year later, De Angelis led Hofstra to an 8-0 start en route to a 12-8 record, the second 12-win season in her tenure. Kate Sergi and Doni-Melissa Jantzen earned All-Mid-East Region honors while Sergi and Jessica Cowperthwait earned All-CAA honors. In 2004, De Angelis started a run of three consecutive 13-win seasons which are her personal best as coach and tied for the second most wins in the history of the program. The Pride posted a 13-8 record, and a berth in the Colonial Athletic Association Championship. Hofstra, which was seeded fourth, upset top-seed and 13th-ranked William & Mary and became the first four seed to advance to the title game. The postseason appearance was also Hofstra’s first since the 1987 season. The 2004 squad also produced the Pride’s first All-American since 1999 as DoniMelissa Jantzen earned third team accolades. In 2005 De Angelis guided the Pride to a 13-7 mark and a spot in the semifinals of the CAA Championship. The team finished the season ranked 21st in the NCAA RPI and received six votes in the final STX/NFHCA Division I Poll. De Angelis also

recorded her 100th career victory, in a 4-1 decision over Drexe,l and Doni-Melissa Jantzen earn NFHCA All-America third team honors for the second consecutive year in 2005. The 2006 season was nearly identical to the Pride’s 2005 campaign, as the team finished the season with a 13-7 record and reached the semifinals of the CAA Championship. De Angelis led the Pride to an undefeated record at home (8-0) for the first time in program history. The Pride finished the season ranked 21st in the NCAA RPI for the second consecutive year, and also received 23 votes in the final STX/ NFHCA Division I Poll. Charlia Warner earned NFHCA All-America second team honors, the program’s third All-American in three years. In 2007, Hofstra moved into its new home, the Hofstra Field Hockey Stadium, and qualified for the CAA Championship for a fourth consecutive year. But a 7-11 record ended a string of six consecutive winning seasons. The Pride did produce an All-Mid-East Region selection in Warner and three All-CAA selections in Brit Blankmeyer, Amy-Lee Levey and Warner. The 2008 season saw Hofstra post a 10-9 record and qualify for its fifth consecutive CAA Championship. Warner earned her third All-Mid-East Region selection and Genna Kovar, Blankmeyer and Warner earned AllCAA honors. De Angelis also celebrated a milestone win in her Hofstra career, posting the 100th win of her tenure in a 3-0 win over Siena in 2008. In 2009, Hofstra posted a 12-8 mark and qualified for the CAA Field Hockey Championship for the sixth consecutive season. In the process, Genna Kovar was named to the NFHCA All-America third team. Kovar was also named to the All-Mid-East Region first team while Amy-Lee Levey was selected to the third team. Kovar (1st team) and Levey (2nd team) earned All-CAA honors and Micaela Gallagher was voted to the CAA All-Rookie Team. The 2010 season saw the Pride battle through the adversity of the loss of two starters to injuries and a 7-11 record. Genna Kovar was named to the All-Mid East Region second team as well as the All-CAA first team. In the classroom, the Pride excelled and was named one of the Gladiator by SGI/National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic teams with 11 student-athletes being named to the national academic squad. A 1992 graduate of the University of Massachusetts-Isenberg School of Management with a degree in sports management, De Angelis was a three-time All-American, earning first team honors in her junior and senior seasons, and honorable mention accolades as a sophomore, and was a finalist for the Honda Broderick Award as National Player of the Year and collegiate woman athlete of the year following her senior season. During her career, she helped UMass achieve a 6020-8 record, four Atlantic 10 conference titles, and four NCAA tournament appearances, including a Final Four berth in 1987. In

that 1987 NCAA tournament, De Angelis was named to the Final Four All-Tournament Team. Other individual honors included being named to the All-Atlantic 10 team twice, the Atlantic 10 All-Tournament team and the all-region team. De Angelis led the team in scoring for three seasons, tallying 49 goals and 105 career points. She is currently ranked third on the Massachusetts career goals list and fifth on the all-time scoring list. While at Massachusetts, De Angelis was a member of the United States Field Hockey National Under-21 Team in 1987 and 1988, the U.S. National Reserve Team in 1988 and 1989, and the U.S. National Elite Team in 1990 and 1991. She also competed in five U.S. Olympic Festivals from 1986 through 1991. During the summer of 2004 De Angelis played with the Tempest in the United Airlines Summer League. She has been involved with the U.S. National Field Hockey coaching staff since 1988, coaching in B, C, D and U.S. Super Camps. In 1999 she coached at the U.S. “A” Camp. During the summer of 2000, De Angelis coached at the U.S. men’s national team trials at the Olympic Training Center in San Diego, California. She has also coached for the U.S. Olympic Developmental Program, and the U.S. National Futures Program, including stints as the under-15, under-18 and under-19 coach. Since 2005 De Angelis has served as a coach for the USA Field Hockey High Performance Training Center’s New York/New Jersey/Pennsylvania squad and led the team to the 2007 USA Field Hockey National Championship at the USA Training Center in Virginia Beach, Virginia., following third place finishes at the 2005 and 2006 tournaments. De Angelis also has international experience as a player and coach, having played on the U.S. team’s tour of Canada in 1987 and in the 1988 Pan American Games in Mar Del Plata, Argentina, in which the United States captured a silver medal. In 2004 De Angelis served as an assistant coach for the Barbados national team, preparing the squad and coaching during the Women’s Pan American Cup in Barbados. Following a strong showing at the Pan Am Cup, Barbados qualified for the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia. Coach De Angelis is also active in the administrative end of the sport, having served as a member of the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Mid-East Region ranking committee, the NCAA Regional Advisory Committee and on the New York State Futures Coaching Staff.







pril Cornell, a 2005 graduate of the University of Connecticut, is in her seventh season with the Hofstra University Field Hockey program and her third as associate head coach in 2012. Cornell joined the Pride in 2006 after spending the previous season as an assistant at the University of New Hampshire. During her tenure with the Pride, Cornell has coached All-Americans Genna Kovar and Charlia Warner, as well as nine all-region honorees and 19 players who have garnered All-CAA accolades. While at New Hampshire, Cornell coached two NFHCA All-Region selections and three All-America East selections as the Wildcats posted a 7-12 record and a fourth place finish in the America East standings. Cornell started her coaching career as a student-assistant coach at Connecticut in the spring of 2005 after completing her eligibility that past fall. A four-year letterwinner for the Huskies, Cornell served as a co-captain during her senior season in 2004. As a back, she led the defensive unit to a No. 3 national ranking in 2003 and a No. 1 ranking in 2004. Connecticut made four NCAA and Big East Tournament appearances, won three Big East regular season titles and two conference tournaments during her time in Storrs. Cornell earned NFHCA second team All-Mid-East Region and second team All-Big East accolades in 2004. In 2009, Cornell earned USA Field Hockey Level II Coaching certification through USA Field Hockey’s Coaching Accreditation Program. Active in USA Field Hockey, Cornell was invited to the January 2005 National Team tryout and served as a head coach for the Elite United States Futures National Program. She also competed in the US High Performance program and played in the National



Championships in 2005 and 2006. Cornell is currently a member of the NFHCA All-American Committee and serves on the New York State Futures coaching staff. Cornell, who graduated from Connecticut with a degree in psychology, is currently completing course work on a MBA degree at Hofstra.

2012 FIELD HOCKEY roster No. Name 1 Jillian Geysen 2 Katelyn Horan 3 Codi Nyland 4 Marta Penas 5 Meg Leusch 6 Melissa McCarthy 7 Ciara Weatherbee 8 Whitney Kowski 9 Holly Andrews 10 Charlotte Loehr 11 Jonel Boileau 12 Krizia Layne 13 Lauren Del Valle 14 Kerry Kiddoo 15 Kayla Lesesne 16 Micaela Gallagher 17 Leigh Maxwell-Smith 18 Emily Caffrey 19 Shannon McCardell 23 Stephanie Cowles 42 Sarah Noreen 91 Kaitlyn De Turo

Pos. Cl. Ht. Hometown/High School/Previous School F Jr. 5-7 East Hampton, CT/Mercy F Jr. 5-7 Endicott, NY/Maine Endwell D/M Sr. 5-6 Washington, NJ/Warren Hills Regional M/F So. 5-7 Barcelona, Spain/IES Joaquim Blume F/M Sr. 5-7 Rochester, NY/West Irondequoit M/D Sr. 5-2 Havertown, PA/Haverford/Millersville D So. 5-7 Allentown, NJ/Allentown F/M Fr. 5-4 Washington, NJ/Warren Hills Regional M/D So. 5-5 Afton, NY/Afton M Fr. 5-3 Mainz, Germany/Otto-Shott Gymnasium F So. 5-7 Kelowna, BC, Canada/Kelowna Secondary D/F Sr. 5-3 Arima, Trinidad/St. Augustine F Fr. 5-7 Exton, PA/Villa Maria Academy D Sr. 5-2 Chapel Hill, NC/East Chapel Hill F Fr. 5-2 Bowie, MD/Elizabeth Seton M/F Sr. 5-2 Port Jefferson, NY/Vandermeulen F Fr. 5-5 Vancouver, BC, Canada/Eric Hamber Secondary F So. 5-5 York, PA/Central York/Temple U. D Jr. 5-3 Mullica Hill, NJ/Clearview Regional M/D Jr. 5-9 Solana Beach, CA/Torrey Pines GK Fr. 5-6 Dublin, OH/Dublin Coffman GK Jr. 5-4 South Setauket, NY/Ward Melville

Head Coach: Kathy De Angelis (Massachusetts, 1992) Associate Head Coach: April Cornell (Connecticut, 2005)





did a fantastic job playing alongside two talented forwards in Genna and Krizia last year. While she still has some developing to do, her potential is limitless. I am confident that she can lead this team.”

oming off a season that saw the Pride equal the second most victories in a season in program history, return to the Colonial Athletic Association Championship Tournament for the seventh time in the past eight years and complete the season ranked 20th in the final NCAA Division I Ratings Percentage Index (RPI), Hofstra Head Field Hockey Coach Kathy De Angelis will be looking to reload and replace four key starters lost to graduation following the 2011 season. Hofstra, which finished 13-9 overall and tied for second in the CAA with a 5-3 mark, recorded a school record 83 goals in 2011. While the Pride’s 222 points were also a record a year ago, De Angelis will be charged with finding adequate replacement for the 49 goals and 29 assists that were lost to graduation. A large chunk of the scoring loss was due to the graduation of two-time All-American Genna Kovar, who broke three season records and three career marks during her 28 goals and 18 assists season. She finished her career with 57 goals, 34 assists for 148 points, marks that may stand for many years. But Kovar was just one of four key starting players-one at each part of the field-and seven overall lost to graduation. Midfielder Arielle Williams, who posted six goals and five assists last season, tallied 53 points during her career and the most experienced midfielder. Defender and two-time all-region selection Amy-Lee Levey, who anchored the back line last season, also provided a scoring punch of nine goals and four assists while bouncing back from a serious knee injury suffered following the 2009 season. Goalie Amanda Heyde, who posted a 2.67 goals against average and a .684 save percentage in 2011, was a fixture in the cage for the Pride over the last four years, playing in 71 games. These four, plus Darrah Rachman, who tallied a career-best six goals as a senior last year, will have the Pride staff looking for both standout and role players during preseason camp. But the Pride cupboard is far from bare with the return of 16 players, including six starters, and, quite possibly one of De Angelis’ best recruiting classes of her tenure. Fortunately, the Pride has a roster that is talented and versatile. “This past spring we did everything we could possibly do as a team to play cohesively and fill the gaps in our line-up,” De Angelis explained. “We have a strong and versatile core returning and this team has jelled in the off-season better than any team that I have ever seen. We also became a better passing team and that will need to carry over to the season.” De Angelis knows her teams’ keys to success in 2012. “We need to define our defensive structure and play solid, consistent defense,” De Angelis stated. We will need players to step up, both offensively and defensively, and fill the voids left by graduation. We need to continue the fine passing game that we had in the spring. Finally, we will need to be successful on our penalty corner opportunities.”

FORWARD The attack is the area which will have the biggest transformation in 2012. In addition to the loss of the two-time All-American Kovar, the Pride has been experimenting since the spring season with senior Krizia Layne, a 20-goal scorer last year, by moving her to the defense. Add in the graduation of Darrah Rachman and Hofstra has potentially lost 54 goals at forward from last year’s squad. “Even from the backfield, Krizia is going to contribute offensively,” De Angelis commented But De Angelis is confident that she has the collective talent to provide a constant threat on offense. Sophomore Jonel Boileau (Kelowna, BC, Canada) returns after posting eight goals and three assists as a freshman. “Jonel is ready to lead the attack this year,” De Angelis said. “I think she



Junior reserves Jillian Geysen (East Hampton, CT) and Katelyn Horan (Endicott, NY) will also battle for starting nods. “Jillian had a solid spring season and has great individual skills,” De Angelis said. “She has one of the most powerful hits on the krizia layne team and will be extremely useful on attack corners. Katelyn is a solid team player and controls the ball very well. Her individual skills make her a valuable, versatile player.” The newcomers could figure prominently here as Canada West Under-19 National Team player, Leigh MaxwellSmith (Vancouver, BC, Canada), Pennsylvania product Lauren del Valle (Exton, PA) who played club hockey for the WC Eagles the top club team in the country last spring, three-year Region VII Futures participant Kayla Lesene (Bowie, MD) and All-New Jersey selection Whitney Kowski (Washington, NJ) will be battling for both jonel boileau playing time and possible starting roles. Senior Meg Leusch (Rochester, NY), who played in 12 games and dished out an assist last season, suffered a back injury during the spring and will miss at least the first half of the season, if not more.

MIDFIELD While the midfield did lose three-year starter Arielle Williams, who played 77 games during her four-year career, this segment is deep with players who can play several positions. Leading the midfield is senior Micaela Gallagher (Port Jefferson, NY). A three-year starter, Gallagher recorded the best season of her career with four goals and four assists and expected to play a bigger role in 2012. “I expect 2012 to be Micaela’s breakout year and be one of the leaders on this team,” De Angelis said. “She certainly possesses all of the tools to be a leader. Micaela has probably the strongest technical skill on the squad and is a great team player.”

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playing at a difficult position at midfield and facing some of the top players. She had a great offseason and worked hard to get ready for the 2012 season.”

Junior Stephanie Cowles (Solana Beach, CA), who tallied two assists while starting 21 games last year, and sophomore Marta Penas (Barcelona, Spain), who started 14 of the 22 games that she played last season, are the front-runners to return to starting roles. “Steph has great endurance and the physical ability to stay with the best players in the game,” De Angelis states. “She has grown into a confident player and made a big jump in her game over the past two seasons. Marta had a fantastic freshman year

stephanie cowles

Senior Codi Nyland (Washington, NJ), sophomores Holly Andrews (Afton, NY), who played in 17 games as a freshman, and Emily Caffrey (York, PA), who did not see any game action and freshman Charlotte Loehr (Mainz, Germany), a German Under-18 National Team player, will battle the fontrunners for time. “Codi has been an extremely consistent player for us over her career,” De Angelis commented. “She is skilful, has great technical and tactical knowledge and her versatility and experience at codi nyland both midfield and on defense makes her an important part of our team. Holly had an outstanding freshman year and gained a lot of playing experience. She made seven starts and finished the season strong. Holly is explosive, powerful and versatile. With the depth we have at midfield, it should be an interesting preseason camp.”

DEFENSE On the backline, the Pride graduated two-time All-Mid-East Region selection and double-threat Amy-Lee Levey, who anchored the defense with five defensive saves and added a career-best nine goals and four assists last year. De Angelis is hoping for the same with the move of senior, All-CAA selection Krizia Layne (Arima, Trinidad) from forward

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to defense. Layne, who recorded the second-best season by an individual in program history with 20 goals and 13 assists, will still be an offensive threat but will be looked upon to be a stopper and the transition leader. “Krizia is the most experienced player on our team,” De Angelis stated. “She came in on defense in the spring and had an outstanding season. She has developed her game and has stepped up as a great backfield player. She is a team leader with great technical and tactical skill and has outstanding vision on the field.” Returning to a starting role on the backline is senior Kerry Kiddoo (Chapel Hill, NC), who made four defensive saves last season and has started every game during her three years at Hofstra. “Kerry has been our most consistent back the last three years,” De Angelis states. “She is an extremely powerful player, has speed and endurance and is a great leader. We look for her to anchor the backline with her talent and leadership ability.” Senior Melissa McCarthy (Havertown, PA), who played in 17 games, started eight and posted three assists for the Pride last season after transferring from Millersville, is the front-runner for the other starting position. “Melissa is the most versatile player that I have seen in a decade,” De Angelis says. “She can play any position on the field and has great technical skill and solid tactical knowledge. Melissa was a great addition to our team last year and we are looking for her to have a fantastic senior season.” Senior Codi Nyland, junior Shannon McCardell (Mullica Hill, NJ), who played in two games last season, and sophomores Holly Andrews and Ciara Weatherbee (Allentown, NJ), who did not see any game action in 2011, will be vying for backline time as well. Nyland and Andrews could also see time at midfield

GOAL The graduation of Amanda Heyde, who played in 71 games over the past four years, leaves the starting job open with junior Kaitlyn De Turo (South Setauket, NY) as the front-runner. De Turo, who has seen action in five games while behind Heyde, played in three games last season, posting a 1.21 goals against average. “This is Kaitlyn’s year,” De Angelis states. “She has developed her game the past two years and had a tremendous spring as our only ‘keeper. De Turo will be pushed by freshman Sarah Noreen (Dublin, OH), an All-Central Ohio selection who also was named to a select team for a game against the National Team of Barbados in 2011. “While we expect to see Kaitlyn as the starter, we’d like to see Sarah challenge her for the starting job,” De Angelis says. “We want our starter to earn the position and not be given to her. Ideally, we’d like to have a platoon system to get experience or in case of injury.”




Micaela Gallagher


Midfield/Forward, 5-2, Senior Port Jefferson, NY/Earl L. Vandermeulen

Year GP G A Pts.

2009 20 2010 18 2011 22 Career 60

2 4 4 10

0 4 2 10 4 12 6 26

Fourth year on the Pride roster…2011: Played in 22 games and started 16 as a junior…Ranked seventh on the team in points with 12…Was seventh on squad with four goals and tied for fourth with four assists…Recorded career-highs of three goals and six points in the Pride win over Rider…Also tallied a goal at Colgate…Had the game-winning goal against Rider…Posted solo assists against Connecticut, Yale, VCU and Delaware…Had one game-winning goal…Took 36 shots including 16 on goal…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2010: Started all 18 games as a sophomore… Tied for fourth on the team in scoring with 10 points on four goals and two assists…Recorded a seasonhigh two goals and four points against Delaware…Also scored against Towson and had the game-winner against Fairfield…Posted assists against Sacred Heart and at Maine…Took six shots against Delaware including three on goal…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2009: All-CAA Rookie Team selection…Started all 20 games as a freshman…Tallied two goals and four points on the season…Scored goals against Old Dominion and Columbia…Recorded the game-winning goal in the Pride’s 6-5 win over ODU…Took 34 shots including 16 on goal…Fired a season-high five shots against Bryant…Notched a defensive save in Hofstra’s 4-3 win over VCU…Was named to the United States Field Hockey Association’s High Performance program in 2010…High School: Lettered in field hockey, winter track and spring track at Earl L. Vandermeulen High School in Port Jefferson, New York… Helped team to 2004, 2007 and 2008 Suffolk County and Long Island championships…2008 Suffolk County Player of the Year…All-New York State and All-Suffolk County selection as a sophomore, junior and senior…Two-time All-Long Island pick…Named all-division in 2004 and all-conference in 2005…Featured in Ultimate Athlete magazine…Member of the school record holding 4x100, 4x200 and 4x400 relay teams…Port Jefferson’s Athlete of the Year in 2009…Scholarathlete…Personal: Has four brothers and one sister…Lists playing the flute, swimming and reading Spanish literature as hobbies…Began playing field hockey at age 12…Aspires to a career as a teacher…Physical education major.




Kerry Kiddoo Defense, 5-2, Senior Chapel Hill, NC/East Chapel Hill

Year GP G A Pts.

2009 20 2010 18 2011 22 Career 60

0 0 0 0

0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

Fourth year on the Pride Field Hockey roster…2011: Started in all 22 games on defense and logged the most playing time (1,519 minutes) as a junior…Ranked third in the CAA and 21st in the country with four defensive saves… Notched defensive saves against Yale, Columbia, Towson and Drexel…Took two shots with one on goal…Took both shots in the CAA Championship opening round against Towson… CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2010: Started in all 18 games at midfield as a sophomore…Recorded one assist on the season-in the win over Rider…Took 13 shots including seven on goal…Took a season-high five shots, with three on goal, against Fairfield…Took three shots against Siena…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2009: Started all 20 games on defense as a freshman…Took just one shot, against Towson, on the season… Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…Member of the Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll… High School: Played four years of field hockey and ran one year of track at East Chapel Hill High School…All-North Carolina first team selection as a senior…Helped team to PAC-6 Conference championships from 2006 to 2008…Team was state runner-up in 2006…Earned first team all-conference honors as a sophomore, junior and senior…Had 14 goals and a team-best seven assists in 2008…Named to NFHCA National Academic Squad as a senior…Two-time National Honor Society member…Two-time recipient of the Will To Win Award at the UNC Field Hockey Camp…Personal: Started playing field hockey at age 11…Hobbies include cooking, photography and movies…Is a lifeguard during the summer…Lists “Twilight” as her favorite book…Aspires to a career as an event planner …Public relations major.





Krizia Layne Forward/Defense, 5-3, Senior Arima, Trinidad/St. Augustine

Year GP G A Pts.

2009 20 2010 12 2011 22 Career 54

3 7 20 30

2 8 3 17 13 53 18 78

Fourth year on the Hofstra Field Hockey roster…2011: Recorded the best season of her career as a junior with 20 goals, 13 assists and 53 points while starting all 22 games…Became just the second player in school history to record 50 points, the fourth player to score 20 goals and the fourth player to post 13 assists in a single season…Ranked fourth in the CAA and 15th in Division I with 20 goals…Ranked fourth in the CAA and 24th in the country in assists…Third in the conference and 10th in Division I in points…Tallied career-highs of four goals and nine points against Siena… Posted three goals and seven points against Delaware and two goals and one assist against VCU…Had game-winning goals against Colgate, Siena and William and Mary…Dished two assists against both Maine and James Madison…Took 73 shot including 45 on goal…Took 10 shots including eight on goal against Siena…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2010: Played and started 12 games…Was third on the team in points with 17…Recorded seven goals and three assists before suffering a knee injury at VCU and missing the final six contests… Tallied a point in six straight games … Posted two goals and one assist against Siena…Scored two goals at Columbia and against Rider, and once against Sacred Heart…Had an assist against Fairfield, Siena and Drexel… Took 35 shots with 22 on goal…Recorded nine shots including seven on goal against Siena…Posted game-winning goals against Sacred Heart and Siena…Team captain…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…Played on the gold-medal winning Trinidad and Tobago National Team in the 2010 Pan-Am Games qualifying, Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Puerto Rico…2009: Played in all games and started 18 as a freshman…Was sixth on the team in scoring with eight points on three goals and two assists…Scored goals against Richmond, Pacific and VCU… Posted the game-winning goal against Pacific…Dished out assists against Bryant and Fairfield…Took 20 shots on the season including game-highs of five against Bryant and four against Richmond and Quinnipiac…Played on the gold-medal winning Trinidad and Tobago National Team in the 2010 Pan-Am Games qualifying, Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Puerto Rico… Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award… Member of the Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll…High School: Played field hockey and tennis, and ran track at St. Augustine Girls High School in Trinidad…2007 graduate…Helped team to 2005 National Schools Indoor championship… Top goal scorer in 2002, 2003 and 2006 National Indoor Tournaments…2003 Female School Player of the Year…Named Most Promising Attacker at 2006 National Schools Outdoor Tournament… Personal: Began playing field hockey at age 11…Enjoys swimming, playing the piano, listening to music and going to the beach…Nicknamed “Krizy”…Plans to pursue a career in pediatric medicine…Volunteer at the Cyril Ross Home for Children with HIV/AIDS…Community health major.




Meg Leusch Forward/Midfield, 5-7, Senior Rochester, NY/Irondequoit

Year GP G A Pts.

2009 4 2010 10 2011 12 Career 26

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

Fourth year on the Hofstra Field Hockey roster…2011: Saw action in 12 games off the bench as a junior…Recorded one assist, against Siena, on the season…Took six shots including two on goal…Took three shots including two on goal against Siena…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2010: Played in 10 games as a sophomore…Saw action against Boston University, Vermont, Sacred Heart, Columbia, Fairfield, Siena, James Madison, VCU, Northeastern and Maine…Took three shots on the year, against Vermont, Siena and Northeastern… CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2009: Played in four games and started one as a freshman…Played in games against Maine, Bryant, Old Dominion and Delaware…Started against Bryant…Member of the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic squad…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…Member of the Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll…High School: Played five years of field hockey and two years of lacrosse at Irondequoit High School in Rochester, New York…All-New York State selection as a senior…Led team in scoring as a sophomore, junior and senior…Three-time all-county selection…Team co-Most Valuable Player and co-captain as a senior…Helped Irondequoit to a second place finish in the 2008 NYS Section V Championship…Played for the Rochester Blizzards Club team…Silver medalist at the 2007 Empire State Games… Member of the National Futures Program and was selected for the Elite Level program…Outstanding Academic Excellence Award recipient…Personal: Has two brothers…Brother, Michael, played lacrosse at Maine Maritime Academy…Brother, Eric, wrestled at SUNY-Oswego…Started playing field hockey at age 13…Hobbies include snow and water skiing and rollerblading…Plans to pursue a career in medicine or scientific research…Completed a 2010 summer internship with Carestream Health, working as a chemical and phosphor screen engineer…Community health major.




Melissa McCarthy


Defense/Midfield, 5-2, Senior Havertown, PA/Haverford/Millersville

Year GP G A Pts.

2011 17 0 3 3 Second year on the Hofstra roster…2011: Played in 17 games and started eight as a junior…Played at both midfield and defense…Tallied three assists on the season…Recorded assists against Siena, VCU and William and Mary…Took four shots including three on goal…Posted two shots on goal against Vermont…Missed the last five games of the year due to injury…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…Came to Hofstra after two years at Millersville (PA) University…At Millersville: Two-time All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) second team selection, PSAC Scholar-Athlete and NFHCA National Division II Scholar-Athlete Award winner… Started 19 of 20 games and tallied two goals and five assists in 2010…Recorded four goals and one assist as a freshman and was named to the Division II All-American Rookie Squad…High School: Was a four-year member of the field hockey and indoor and outdoor track and field teams at Haverford (PA) High School…All-Pennsylvania second team, AllDelco second team, and All-Central and All-Main Line first team selection as a senior in 2008 after posting six goals at midfield…Voted the team Most Valuable Offensive Player and received the Merry Tropp Sportsmanship Award…Ranked among the top six scorers in Delaware County with 21 goals and was named to All-Central League, Main Line and Delco second teams in 2007…Scored 17 goals to lead the team and rank in the top five in Delaware County, and was an AllCentral League, All-Main Line and All-Delco honorable mention in 2006…Played on two Central League Championship teams…Competes with the WC Eagles Hockey Club…Four-year Honor Roll member…National Honor Society member as a senior…Musical Honors Society member…Personal: Has one sister…Enjoys running, listening and playing music and going to the beach…Aspires to a career as a teacher…Early childhood education and psychology major.




Codi Nyland

Defense/midfield, 5-6, Senior Washington, NJ/Warren Hills Regional

Year GP G A Pts.

2009 20 2010 18 2011 22 Career 60

1 0 1 2

1 3 0 0 1 3 2 6

Fourth year on the Pride Field Hockey team…2011: Started all 22 games as a junior…Recorded one goal and one assist for three points…Scored her lone goal of the year against Towson in the CAA Championship opening round…Tallied an assist at Colgate…Took two shots, including one on goal-all against Towson-on the season… Logged 1163 minutes of action and played entire game seven times… 2010: Started all 18 games on defense as a sophomore…Led the team with two defensive saves… Posted saves at Drexel and Yale…Solid defender…2009: Played in 20 games and started two as a freshman… Started against Old Dominion and Columbia…Tallied three points on the season on one goal and one assist… Scored in the CAA semifinals against Drexel…Assisted on a goal in a victory at Sacred Heart…Took just one shot on the season…Member of the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic squad… Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award… Member of the Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll… High School: Played four years of field hockey at Warren Hill Regional High School in Washington, New Jersey…Two-time All-Skyland Conference selection… Earned All-Hunterdon/Warren County and All-North Jersey accolades in 2008…Led the Blue Streaks to the state sectional finals in 2006, 2007 and 2008… Team captain as a senior…Three-time National Futures Tournament selection…Has won six National Field Hockey Festival gold medals in indoor and outdoor play…Personal: Has one sister and one brother…Started playing field hockey at age 7…Cousin, Tyler Sash, played football at the University of Iowa and is now a member of the New York Giants…Peer Leadership Program and youth field hockey volunteer…Public relations major.





Goalkeeper 5-4, Junior South Setauket, NY/ Ward Melville

Kaitlyn De Turo Year

GP Min


GA GAA Svs. Sv.%

2009 Red-shirted 2010 3 87:37 0-1 20 8 6.39 10 .556 2011 3 57:59 0-0 8 1 1.21 2 .667 Career 6 145:36 0-1 28 9 4.33 12 .556 Fourth year on the Hofstra roster…2011: Played in three games, logging 57:59 of action as a red-shirt sophomore… Posted a 1.21 goals against average and a .667 save percentage…Played the second half against Siena, facing three shots, making two saves and not allowing a goal… Played almost 17 minutes at Colgate, facing four shots and not allowing a goal…Allowed one goal in six minutes at Connecticut…2010: Saw action in three games including one start in goal…Played against Sacred Heart, Columbia and Maine…Recorded 87:37 of action, allowing eight goals and posting 10 saves…Faced 20 shots on the season… Made five saves and didn’t allow a goal in 19:01 against Sacred Heart…Started the contest and made five saves and allowed five goals in 47:06 at Maine…Played 21:30 and allowed three goal against Columbia…2009: Redshirted and did not play…High School: Played five years of field hockey and lacrosse at Ward Melville High


School in East Setauket, New York…Played for former Hofstra standout Shannon Watson…All-Long Island selection after leading the Patriots to their first Class A New York State championship in 2008 with a 23-1 record… Posted 18 shutouts on the season and allowed one goal in six other games…Was selected to the National Futures Championship in Virginia Beach, Virginia…Personal: Hobbies include going to the beach, swimming and dancing…Lists “Miracle” as her favorite movie…Exercise science major.


Forward 5-7, Junior East Hampton, CT/ Mercy


Jillian Geysen Year GP G A Pts.

2009 Red-shirted 2010 0 0 0 0 2011 2 0 0 0 Career 2 0 0 0 Fourth year on the Hofstra Field Hockey roster…2011: Saw limited action in just two games as a sophomore… Played in Hofstra victories over Siena and Virginia Commonwealth…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2010: Did not see any game action as a red-shirt freshman…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2009: Red-shirted and did not play…Member of the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad… Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…High School: Played four years of field hockey at Mercy High School in Middletown, Connecticut… Named to All-Connecticut and all-conference teams in 2008…Led team in scoring as a senior in 2008…Coaches Award recipient…Selected to Southern Connecticut Conference All-Academic team as a junior…Personal: Has two sisters…Started playing field hockey at age 14… Competes with the Connecticut Eliminators travel softball team during the summer…Lists softball and snowboarding as hobbies…Has extensive volunteer experience working in soup kitchens, food pantries, and homeless shelters in addition to local schools and churches…Aspires to a career

in medicine as a anesthesiologist…Community health major .

Started in all 18 games on defense and midfield as a freshman…Took shots against Delaware and Towson… Named to the Under-19 National Futures Tournament for the California Region in Virginia Beach, Virginia in 2010… Member of the Futures Elite Program from 2007 through 2010…High School: Played four years of field hockey and lacrosse at Torrey Pines High School in Carmel Valley, California…Tallied 12 goals and six assists as a senior captain and was named to All-California (CIF), All-San Diego County, All-Avocado League, All-North County and All-Division teams…Named Torrey Pines team Most Valuable Player…Played on California State championship teams in both field hockey (2008) and lacrosse (2010) and Avocado League championship teams in field hockey (2008) and lacrosse (2009 and 2010)…Played on California Cup Gold Medal-winning teams in 2008 and 2009 as well as the 2009 National Field Hockey Festival for pool C… All-Academic Team selection and three-time scholarathlete award recipient…Served as President of Habitat for Humanity at Torrey Pines…Personal: Has three sisters…Enjoys surfing, reading and watching movies in her free time…Aspires to a career in public relations or journalism…Marketing major.


Midfield/Defense 5-9, Junior Solana Beach, CA/ Torrey Pines

Stephanie Cowles Year GP G A Pts.

2010 18 0 0 0 2011 21 0 2 2 Career 39 0 2 2 Third year on the Hofstra Field Hockey roster…2011: Played and started in 21 games at midfield and on defense as a sophomore…Logged 1318 minutes of action… Recorded two assists on the season…Posted assists against Virginia Commonwealth and Delaware… Took five shots including two on goal…Took shots against Connecticut, Monmouth, William and Mary, Delaware and Northeastern…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2010:




Forward 5-7, Junior Endicott, NY/ Maine Endwell


Katelyn Horan Year GP G A Pts.

2010 4 0 0 0 2011 4 1 0 2 Career 8 1 0 2 Third year on the Pride roster…2011: Saw limited action in four games as a sophomore…Tallied one goal on the season, against Siena…Played against Colgate, Siena, Virginia Commonwealth and William and Mary…Took just one shot on the year against Siena…CAA Commissioner’s

Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2010: Saw action in four games as a freshman…Played against Vermont, VCU, Northeastern and Delaware…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…Named to USFHA Disney Showcase in 2009 and 2010…Played in the USFHA National Festival in California in 2008… Participated in the USFHA National Indoor Tournament in Virginia in 2008 and 2009 and the Play for the Cure Indoor Tournament in Pennsylvania in 2007 and 2008… High School: Played four years of field hockey and lacrosse at Maine Endwell Senior High School in Endwell, New York…Named to All-New York State second team as a senior captain for the Spartans who were New York State finalists in 2009…Was a member of Maine Endwell’s Section IV championship team in 2008 and the New York State Class B semifinalist team in 2007…Three-time New York State Field Hockey Sportsmanship Award recipient… Four-time All-New York State selection in lacrosse… National Honor Society selection…Four-time Gold Honor Roll, Gold Academic Award and Scholar-Athlete award winner…Personal: Has two sisters…Enjoys running and reading in her free time…Has served as a Special Olympics volunteer…Has been accepted into the Hofstra Honors College…Psychology major.


Defense 5-3, junior Mullica Hill, NJ/ Clearview Regional

Shannon McCardell Year GP G A Pts.

2010 11 0 0 0 2011 2 0 0 0 Career 13 0 0 0 Third year on the Hofstra roster…2011: Saw limited action in two games as a sophomore…Played against Colgate and Siena…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2010: Played in 11 games and started three as a freshman…Saw action against Sacred Heart, Fairfield, Siena, Drexel, Yale, James Madison, William and Mary, Northeastern, Maine, Delaware and Towson…Started against Northeastern,



Delaware and Towson…Tallied one goal and two points on the year…Scored the game-winning goal in the season finale against Towson…Took just one shot on the season… High School: Played four year of field hockey, three years of lacrosse and one year of basketball at Clearview Regional High School in Mullica Hill, New Jersey…Twotime All-Tri-County Conference first team selection in field hockey…Was a member of the Pioneers’ Tri-County Conference Royal Division championship team and the Chiomento Tournament championship squad in 2009… Named to 2009 South Jersey Senior All-Star Showcase… Selected the Adam Taliaferro Foundation Clearview Regional High School Player of the Year as a senior captain…Recipient of the U.S. Army Reserve’s National Scholar-Athlete Award in 2010…Selected to Chiomento Classic All-Tournament team as a junior… Named the teams’ Best All-Around Player in 2008…Three-year member of the National Honor Society…Placed second at the 2010 New Jersey State Quiz Bowl…Superintendent’s List and Honor Roll selection…Personal: Has one sister… Enjoys listening to music and going to the beach in her free time…International business major.

Midfield/Defense 5-5, Sophomore Afton, NY/Afton

Afton…Invited to the United States Futures Development Invitational Camp (FDIC) in both 2010 and 2011… Played in the 2010 and 2011 National Futures Under-19 Championships and the 2009 National Futures Under-16 Championships at Virginia Beach…Competed in the Junior National Camp and the AAU Junior Olympics in 2009… Three-year member of the New York State Elite Futures program…Participated in the National Field Hockey Festival, National Indoor Tournament and was a member of the gold-medal winning Big Apple Hockey Festival champions with Central New York in 2008…Personal: Has three brothers…Enjoys listening to music and hanging out with friends…Communications major.


Holly Andrews Year GP G A Pts.

2011 17 0 0 0 Second year on the Pride roster…2011: Played in 17 games and started seven as a freshman…Made one defensive save…Took four shots with one on goal…Shot on goal came against Northeastern…Played a season-high 70 minutes against UConn and 64 at Towson… High School: Played six years of field hockey, five years of softball and one year of basketball and track at Afton (NY) High School…Two-time field hockey Offensive Most Valuable Player Award winner…Four-time all-league first team selection in field hockey…Named to all-league first team in softball as well…Played on Afton’s New York State High School Softball Championship team in 2009…Also played on four softball sectional championship teams at





Forward 5-7,Sophomore Kelowna, BC, Canada/ Kelowna Secondary

Jonel Boileau Year GP G A Pts.

2011 22 8 3 19 Second year on the Hofstra roster…2011: Started all 22 games as a freshman…Fourth on the team in scoring with eight goals and three assists for 19 points…Recorded one goal and one assist in games against Monmouth, Columbia and Albany…Also scored against Colgate, Siena, Maine, William and Mary and Drexel…Credited with the gamewinning goal against Columbia…Took 34 shots including

26 on goal…Fired four shots-all on goal-against Siena… Played a season-best 68 minutes against Stanford…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…High School: Played six years of field hockey at Kelowna Secondary School in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada…Three-time Female Athlete of the Year in seventh grade, ninth grade and 11th grade…Augie Ciancone Memorial Award recipient in 2010 as the most outstanding female high school athlete in the Central Okanagan, British Columbia area…Team leading scorer in 2009 and 2010 and the team assist leader in 2010… Recorded 37 goals and 34 assists in 33 games as team placed third in the provincial tournament…Team captain in 2010 and assistant team captain in 2009… Led the team in scoring with 34 goals in 32 games as Kelowna captured the provincial championship as a junior…Played four years on the boys’ ice hockey team and was a leading scorer and played three years on the AAA soccer team… Trained with the Canadian Junior National Field Hockey Team in 2010…Played for Team BC Under 18 in 2009 and 2010…Five-year Academic Honor Roll selection… Personal: Has one brother…Enjoys going to the beach, wakeboarding and snowboarding…Aspires to a career in medicine or business…International business major


Forward 5-5, Sophomore York, PA/Central York/Temple U.

Emily Caffrey Year GP G A Pts.

2011 0 0 0 0 Second season on the Pride roster…2011: Did not see any game action as a freshman…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…High School: Played four years of field hockey and three years of soccer at Central York High School in York, Pennsylvania…Played on county championship teams in 2007 and 2008…Three-time team leading scorer…Recorded 12 goals and 16 assists as a senior captain and was named team Most Valuable Player… Also voted team Most Valuable Player as a junior after leading the team with 12 goals and 15 assists…Selected



Impact Player of the Year as a sophomore in 2008, scoring 15 goals and eight assists…Named Offensive Player of the Year and was the leading scorer with 15 goals and eight assists as a freshman in 2007…Outstanding student who finished in the top five percent of her class all four years… Received the Daughters of the American Revolution Citizenship Award, the Central York High School Academic Achievement Award and the E. Jerry Brooks District III Academic Excellence Award…Competes with the High Styx Field Hockey Club…Comes to Hofstra after one semester at Temple University…Personal: Has two sisters…Enjoys working out in her free time…Community health major.


Midfield/Forward 5-7, Sophomore Barcelona, Spain/IES Joaquim Blume

Marta Penas Year GP G A Pts.

2011 22 0 0 0 Second year on the Hofstra roster…2011: Played in 22 games and started 14 as a freshman…Was sixth on the team in minutes with 1,277 including nine games playing 70 minutes…Took seven shots including three on goal…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…High School: Played field hockey at IES Joaquim Blume in Barcelona, Spain from 2002 through 2011…Played club field hockey with RC Polo Barcelona and Catalan Team...Was a member of Barcelona’s Spain National Under-18 Championship team in 2010…Won Spain National Under-18 Regional Championships in 2009 and 2010 and Under-16 Regional Championships in 2008 and 2009 with the Catalonian Team…Placed second in the Spain National Under-16 Championships in 2008 and third in 2009 with RC Polo Barcelona…Personal: Has one brother and one sister… Her sister is a sophomore field hockey player at Rider… Enjoys tennis, skiing, movies, reading and photography in her free time…Aspires to a career in business… International business major.




Defense 5-7,Sophomore Allentown, NJ/ Allentown


Ciara Weatherbee Year GP G A Pts.

2011 0 0 0 0 Second season on the Pride roster…2011: Did not see any game action as a freshman…High School: Played four years of field hockey, three years of lacrosse and was a member of the track team for one season at Allentown High School in Allentown, New Jersey…Named to All-Colonial Valley Conference Central New Jersey first team, All-Area and All-Group selection as a senior in 2010…Chosen to

All-Colonial Valley Conference teams by both the Trenton Times and the Trentonian…Voted team Most Valuable Player and Allentown High School Athlete of the Year in 2011…Played on Patriot Division championship teams in 2007 and 2009…Played club field hockey with Jersey Intensity which won gold medals at the National Field Hockey Festival in 2009 and 2010…Played on the first place team at the National Futures Championship in 2006 and the second place team in 2007…Placed four times at the Garden State Games including first in 2007, second in 2008 and third in 2005 and 2006…Played on silver medal winning teams at the Disney Showcase in 2007, 2008 and 2009…Also played in the National Indoor Tournament in 2007, 2008 and 2011…Received the Enthusiastic Reader Award in 2009-10…Junior National Young Leaders Conference participant in 2005 and 2007…Personal: Has one sister who plays field hockey at the College of New Jersey…Enjoys reading and working out in her free time… Aspires to a career in law enforcement or as a forensic psychologist…Speech language hearing sciences major.

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Forward 5-7, Freshman Exton, PA/Villa Maria Academy

Lauren del Valle Played four years of field hockey and ran on the track team for four years at Villa Maria Academy in Malvern, Pennsylvania…Played on three PIAA AA District I championship teams and one PIAA AA State finalist team…Named All-Main Line honorable mention by the Main-Line Times, All-Chester County honorable mention by the Chester County Daily Local, All-Area honorable mention and All-Academic by the Philadelphia Inquirer as a senior…National Field Hockey Coaches Association National All-Academic Team selection…Four-year Academic First Honor Roll…Also a member of the National Honors Society, the Tri-m International Music Honors Society and the Latin Honors Society…Played for the WC Eagles, which was the number one club team in the country this spring…Personal: Enjoys singing, writing and running in her free time…Aspires to a career in journalism…Journalism major.

Forward/Midfield 5-4, Freshman Washington, NJ/ Warren Hills Regional


Whitney Kowski Played four years of field hockey and was a three-year member of the Indoor track team and swam for one year at Warren Hills Regional High School in Washington, New Jersey…Played on one New Jersey Group III State finalist team, two Skyland Conference championship squads and two Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Association title teams… All-New Jersey second team selection and all-area, AllWest and All-Express Times first team picks as a senior after recording eight goals and 10 assists with one defensive save…Named to North Jersey Senior All-Star Game… Express-Times and all-conference second team selection as a junior in 2010…Express-Times honorable mention as a sophomore…Tallied two goals including a game-winner as a freshman…Played on varsity teams for the Blue Streaks that posted a 75-15-2 record in four years…Played for The Edge club team…Personal: Has one brother and one sister…Her father, Bill, played soccer at the University of Miami and for the Ukrainian Stitch semipro team…Aspires to be an oncologist and do cancer research…Psychology major.





Forward/Midfield 5-2, Freshman Bowie, MD/Elizabeth Seton High School


Midfielder 5-3, Freshman Mainz, Germany/OttoSchott-Gymnasium

Kayla Lesesne

Charlotte Loehr

Played four years of field hockey, was a two-year member of the track team and played softball for one year at Elizabeth Seton High School in Bladensburg, Maryland… Three-year starter playing at forward, midfield and on defense…Named to All-Washington Catholic Conference (WCAC) team all three years…Awarded the team Most Versatile Player Award…Tallied six goals, eight assists and three defensive saves for the Roadrunners as a senior… Posted two goals, four assists and four defensive saves as a junior and four goals, two assists and five defensive saves as a sophomore…Received the Senior Honors Academic Award…Three-year participant with the USAFHA Region VII Futures program…Currently plays with the Freedom Hockey Club Team coached by former U.S. Senior National Team player Dina Rizzo, as well as the Anne Arundel County Women’s Field Hockey League.…Played club field hockey with the Southeast Storm for four years and was undefeated in the 2010 National Field Hockey Festival… Personal: Has an older sister and a twin brother…Enjoys going to the beach and using Skype and twitter in her free time…Aspires to a career in communications or public relations…Undecided major.

Attended the Otto-Schott-Gymnasium in MainzGonsenheim, Germany… Played with the Under-18 National Team of Germany…Also played in Under-18 games in the German Bundesliga with Russelsheim… Participated in the German Championships…Played on Rhineland-Palatinate Championship teams in 2007 and 2008 with Club TSV Schott Mainz…Received a diploma in French Language Studies (DELF) in 2010 and was an exchange student with French schools in Paris, Bordeaux and Lille in 2007, 2008 and 2009…Solid student who placed second in a regional reading contest and competed in a regional youth research competition…Personal: Has four brothers and one sister…Her cousin, Leonie Geyer, is a junior on the Syracuse field hockey team…Enjoys playing the piano in her free time…Aspires to a career in medicine…Undecided major.




Forward 5-5, Freshman Vancouver, BC, Canada/Eric Hamber Secondary


Goalkeeper 5-6, Freshman Dublin, OH/ Dublin Coffman

Leigh Maxwell-Smith Sarah Noreen Was a five-sport athlete at Eric Hamber Secondary School in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada…Played four years of field hockey and basketball, five years of ringette and one year of both tennis and soccer…Received the Griffin Award in field hockey as Most Valuable Player… Member of the Under-19 Canada West National Team… Played on the 2011 Senior Field Hockey City finalist team and Zone championship squad…Also a member of the 2011 Under-18 National Field Hockey finalists in 2011 and Under-16 National Field Hockey championship team in 2010…Two-time Under-16 National Field Hockey Championship All-Tournament team in 2010 and 2011… Played on Senior Basketball City Championship teams in 2010 and 2011…Named an Under-16 National Ringette Championships All-Star in 2010…Has played on the Vancouver Hawks Club Team for 10 years…Four year member of the Academic Honor Roll…Top Scholar as a senior in First Nations…Personal: Has one sister…Her father, James, was a Junior Olympics bronze medalist in sailing while her mother, Eliner, played field hockey at the University of British Columbia…Enjoys playing the guitar, reading and snowboarding in her free time…Undecided major.

Played four years of field hockey for the Shamrocks of Dublin (OH) Coffman High School…Led the Shamrocks to their best two season records in school history in 2010 and 2011…All-Central Ohio selection as a junior and a senior…Selected Ohio Senior All-Star…Team Most Valuable Player in 2009…Faced 733 shots during her scholastic career and recorded a .883 save percentage and a 1.46 goals against average with 16 shutouts…Trained under former Argentina Olympic and National Team Coach Rudolfo Mendoza in 2010 and 2011…Named to the United States team in 2011 that played the National Team of Barbados…Played three years with East Coast Field Hockey and competed in more than 49 tournaments with 19 first-place finishes and 33 in the top three…Participated in the National Field Hockey Festival, National Indoor Tournament, National Club Championship and the USAFH Junior Premier Indoor League…Personal: Has one sister…Enjoys long boarding, playing the guitar and drums and writing music…Undecided major.





tuart Rabinowitz was chosen by the Hofstra University Board of Trustees to serve as the eighth president of the University on December 20, 2000. Prior to his appointment, he served as dean of Hofstra University School of Law from September 1989 through June 2001. He joined the faculty of the School of Law in 1972. President Rabinowitz currently holds the Andrew M. Boas and Mark L. Claster Distinguished Professorship in Civil Procedure. President Rabinowitz holds positions with a number of important government and community organizations, including the Judicial Advisory Council of the State of New York Unified Court System - County of Nassau, and the Nassau County Health and Welfare Council. He serves as a trustee of the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities, and on the Board of Directors for the Fair Media Council and the Long Island Technology Network. President Rabinowitz is a former member of the Nassau County Blue Ribbon Financial Review Panel, former chair of the Nassau County Local Advisory Board, and a former member of the Board of Directors of the Long Island Association.

Additionally, President Rabinowitz served as a member of the Nassau County Commission on Government Revision, which was charged with drafting a new charter and a new form of government for the County. He is the recipient of the Martin Luther King Living the Dream Award, EOC; Distinguished Service in the Cause of Justice, Legal Aid Society; UJA Federation Leadership Award; the Bar Association of Nassau County Proclamation for Outstanding Service to both the legal profession and the community; the Community Service Award from the Conference of Jewish Organizations of Nassau County; and the Alumni Association of the City College of New York 2005 Townsend Harris Medal. He has also been honored by the Long Island Software and Technology Network (LISTnet) and was the recipient of Networking magazine’s David Award. President Rabinowitz received a juris doctor, magna cum laude, from Columbia University School of Law, where he was a member of the board of editors of the Columbia Law Review and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He graduated from City College of New York with honors, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the American Law Institute.

President Rabinowitz, Hofstra Pride Club Board member James C. Metzger ’83 and Hofstra Pride Club President E. David Woycik ’77 at the 2011 Pride Student-Athlete Awards Banquet



UNIVERSITY SENIOR ADMINISTRATION/TRUSTEES As of August 2012 OFFICERS Janis M. Meyer,* Chair James E. Quinn,* Vice Chair Peter G. Schiff, Vice Chair David S. Mack,* Secretary Stuart Rabinowitz, President M. Patricia Adamski Senior Vice President for Planning and Administration

Jessica Eads Vice President for Enrollment Services

Joseph M. Barkwill Vice President for Facilities and Operations

Dolores Fredrich, Esq. Vice President for Legal Affairs and General Counsel

Sandra S. Johnson Vice President for Student Affairs

Richard V. Guardino, Jr., Esq. Vice President for Business Development

Robert W. Juckiewicz Vice President for Information Technology

Dr. Herman Berliner Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

MEMBERS Alan J. Bernon* Tejinder Bindra Robert F. Dall* Helene Fortunoff Steven J. Freiberg* Martin B. Greenberg* Joseph M. Gregory* Leo A. Guthart Peter S. Kalikow* Abby Kenigsberg Arthur J. Kremer Karen L. Lutz Donna M. Mendes* John D. Miller* Marilyn B. Monter* Martha S. Pope Edwin C. Reed Robert D. Rosenthal* Debra A. Sandler* Thomas J. Sanzone* Joseph Sparacio* Frank G. Zarb* DELEGATES William F. Nirode, Speaker of the Faculty Stuart L. Bass,* Chair, University Senate Executive Committee Elizabeth K. Venuti, Chair, University Senate Planning and Budget Committee Tevon Hyman, President, Student Government Association Ron Singh, Vice President, Student Government Association Tanya Levy-Odom,* President, Alumni Organization James M. Shuart,* President Emeritus

Stephanie Bushey Vice President for Institutional Research and Assessment

Melissa Connolly Vice President for University Relations

JEFFREY A. HATHAWAY Vice President and Director of Athletics

Catherine Hennessy Vice President for Financial Affairs and Treasurer

Alan J. Kelly Vice President for Development

Wilbur Breslin, Trustee Emeritus Emil V. Cianciulli,* Chair Emeritus John J. Conefry, Jr., Chair Emeritus Maurice A. Deane,* Chair Emeritus George G. Dempster,* Chair Emeritus Joseph L. Dionne,* Trustee Emeritus Bernard Fixler,* Trustee Emeritus Florence Kaufman, Trustee Emerita Walter B. Kissinger, Trustee Emeritus Ann M. Mallouk,* Chair Emerita Thomas H. O’Brien, Trustee Emeritus Arnold A. Saltzman, Trustee Emeritus Norman R. Tengstrom,* Trustee Emeritus * Hofstra Alumni




jeffrey a. Hathaway vice president and director of Athletics


ofstra University President Stuart Rabinowitz announced on May 15, 2012, that the University had hired Jeffrey A. Hathaway, formerly the director of athletics for the University of Connecticut and the outgoing chairman of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, as Hofstra University’s new vice president and director of athletics. “In collegiate athletics, the name Jeff Hathaway means success on any number of levels: in the classroom, on the playing field, in the boardroom, with donors and the media. Most importantly, Jeff ’s focus on excellence, ethics, leadership and academics will allow the Hofstra Pride athletics program to move to the next level of excellence,” said Rabinowitz. “His tenure at the University of Connecticut was one of unprecedented growth, and under his leadership, we look forward to ushering in a new era of Hofstra Pride athletic success.” “I am excited to join the Hofstra University community and to have the opportunity to provide leadership and serve the studentathletes, coaches and staff in this outstanding athletics program,” commented Hathaway. “I particularly would like to thank President Stuart Rabinowitz for allowing me to become part of the Hofstra University family. Throughout my career I have been be part of programs that have competed against Hofstra and I have seen firsthand the success the Pride has had over the years. My primary focus will be on the academic achievement of our studentathletes and providing them the opportunity to participate and achieve in their academic and athletic endeavors as we prepare them for their lives after graduation from Hofstra.”


Hathaway guided the University of Connecticut (UConn) Division of Athletics through an unprecedented period of academic and athletic achievement during his eight years as director of athletics from 2003 to 2011. At the same time, he became an influential leader for college athletics on both the national and conference level.

NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, representing the BIG EAST Conference, serving as chair in 2011-12. As a member of the 10-person committee, Hathaway took part in the selection and administration of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship and the administration of the CBS/Turner television contract.

Hathaway played a vital role in UConn’s success story for nearly 20 years as he was the executive associate director of athletics at the school from 1990 to 2001. In his two years away from the Storrs campus, Hathaway enjoyed a successful tenure as the director of athletics at Colorado State University from 2001 to 2003.

During his tenure at both Colorado State and UConn, he was a member of the NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet. On the conference level, Hathaway was the chair of the BIG EAST Athletic Directors Executive Committee through November of 2009. He is also past chairman of the BIG EAST Championship and Competition Committee as well as the league’s Finance Committee. Hathaway is a member of the Division I-A Athletic Directors Association Board of Trustees and on the Executive Committee of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). In 2004 The Sporting News named Hathaway to its “Power 100 List” - comprised of the 100 most powerful people in sports.

During Hathaway’s career, he has always made the academic success of student-athletes a top priority. In the classroom, more than 50% of UConn’s 650 student-athletes achieved a 3.0 “B-or better” semester grade point average during the spring and/or fall semesters of the 2010 calendar year, including 16 who earned a perfect 4.0 grade point average. In addition, the Division of Athletics consistently maintained a 99 percent academic retention rate among its student-athletes. The University of Connecticut was saluted for its community service efforts by the National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS) three times under Hathaway’s watch for its community service efforts. UConn was also honored by the NCAS in 2006 and 2007 for its efforts to assist former student-athletes in earning their college degree. Hathaway’s leadership positions have extended beyond the campus. He recently completed a five-year term as a member of the prestigious


During his time at the University of Connecticut, private fundraising averaged more than $13 million a year. Hathaway was also responsible negotiating several key revenue and partnership agreements, securing major gifts, and guiding the building of two LEED certified athletic facilities, UConn’s first, which received recognition from the University and from the Connecticut Real Estate Exchange. Hathaway led a head coaching staff that is one of the most experienced in the country. At the conclusion of Hathaway’s tenure, UConn had

12 head coaches that had been in their current position 10 or more years as of the 2010-11 academic year.

During Hathaway’s tenure at Colorado State, he oversaw a 15-sport program – nine women’s teams and six men’s. Hathaway was an extremely successful fundraiser during his time in Fort Collins. The school drew national attention for a $15.2 million gift for football stadium renovations and expansion.

In Hathaway’s final year with UConn, the Huskies experienced great athletic success. The men’s basketball team won its third NCAA Division I Championship while the football team played in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. In addition, the women’s basketball team played in the NCAA Final Four for the fourth consecutive season and set a college basketball record for most consecutive wins with 90. The UConn baseball team made history with its first-ever appearance in NCAA Super Regional play. The men’s soccer, women’s soccer and field hockey teams participated in NCAA tournaments while representatives from men’s and women’s track and field and women’s diving also took part in NCAA action.

Prior to joining UConn, Hathaway served in a number of capacities at his alma mater, the University of Maryland, from 1982 to 1990, including assistant athletics director for marketing and communications, acting assistant athletics director for business affairs, athletics business manager and men’s basketball trainer. Hathaway earned his degree in athletic administration from Maryland in 1981. He later received a Master’s Degree in general administration from Maryland and is currently continuing work on a PhD in the Department of Educational Leadership at the University of Connecticut.

Hathaway originally came to Connecticut in November of 1990 as senior associate athletic director. In that role, he oversaw the day-today operations of the Division of Athletics and served as a program administrator for several sports.

Hathaway and his wife, Paula, have two children — Meghan (20) and Michael (17).

What They Are Saying About Jeff Hathaway Philip E. Austin, President Emeritus, University of Connecticut “I had the pleasure of working with Jeff Hathaway through my tenure as president of the University of Connecticut. He was a valuable member of our senior leadership team and led the athletic program to its most successful era. Jeff is committed to not only athletic excellence but also academic excellence, integrity and the overall welfare of student athletes.”

Jim Nantz, CBS Sports “I have known Jeff Hathaway a long time and there is no one I respect more in college athletics than Jeff Hathaway. This is a big day for Hofstra University and the future of Hofstra has been placed in good hands. Jeff is a high-achieving, high-quality person that I have gotten to know well during his tenure as the Chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee. Jeff’s success as a leader speaks for itself. He has the Midas touch!”

Joseph R. Castiglione, Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics, University of Oklahoma “From our days in college to the many years as colleagues in the profession, I have always known Jeff Hathaway to be a man of character. He has a tenacious work ethic, an innate ability to establish the right vision, mission and values for the organization he leads and a collaborative style to appropriately involve all stakeholders in the process of setting goals and creating the means to achieve them. At the heart of it all is a passionate commitment to creating the best possible environment for student athlete success. Hofstra University made a wonderful decision in hiring Jeff.”

Mike Slive, Commissioner, Southeastern Conference “I have known Jeff Hathaway for many years and had the pleasure of serving with him on the NCAA Men’s Basketball Committee. Jeff’s extensive experience, his enthusiasm and his energy makes him a leader no matter what room he is in. His commitment to assisting young men and women in getting an education while participating in college sports make him an outstanding choice as Hofstra’s new athletics director.”

Mark Emmert, President, National Collegiate Athletic Association “Jeff did a tremendous job as a member and later chair of the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee. His efforts directly contributed to lifelong experiences for thousands of student-athletes. I’m confident that he will bring the same dedication and passion to the athletic program and the student-athletes of Hofstra.”

Mike Tranghese, former Commissioner, Big East Conference “Jeff is an outstanding administrator who will provide Hofstra with great leadership in the future. He has long been a leader in collegiate athletics and Hofstra will do well with Jeff at the helm. ” Tom Yeager, Commissioner, Colonial Athletic Association “Jeff Hathaway is one of the brightest, creative and competent administrators in college athletics. Everyone in the CAA is excited about his joining our team and we look forward to his contribution to the continued success of the Hofstra program and the CAA.”




Alison Adamski Women’s Tennis Coach

Pete Alfano Cross Country Coach

cathy aull Athletic Department Secretary

Ann Baller Associate Director of Athletic Facilities

Brittany Butts Athletic Facilities Coordinator

Mo Cassara Men’s Basketball Coach

Neil Collins Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Maren Crowley Women’s Golf Coach

Kathy De Angelis Field Hockey Coach

Stephen Gorchov John Heck Associate Director Associate Director of of Athletics for Athletics for Compliance Communications


Rob Anspach Wrestling Coach

Chrissy Arnone Assistant Director of Athletics for Marketing and Promotions

Jay Artinian Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Facilities

Rachel August Assistant Director for Administration

Dr. Michael Barnes Susan Bauer Faculty Athletics Assistant Dean of Representative University Advisement

Brian Bert Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Allison Bradshaw Strength and Conditioning Coach

John Considine Assistant Equipment Manager

Tara Coppola Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Maria Corvino Assistant Director of Athletics for Ticket Operations

Steve DeNapoli Athletic Facilities Coordinator

Bill Edwards Softball Coach

Joe Elliott Men’s Golf Coach

David Fernandez Athletic Facilities Coordinator

Kristina Hernandez Volleyball Coach

Tim Holman Athletic Facilities Coordinator

Ellen Johnson Assistant Director of Athletics for Corporate Relations

Colm Kennedy Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities


Krista KilburnSteveskey Women’s Basketball Coach

James Lally Director of StudentAthlete Services

Frantzer Le Blanc Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Cindy Lewis Senior Associate Director of Athletics

Evan Malings Head Athletic Trainer

Danny McCabe Executive Associate Director of Athletics

Tim McMahon Associate Director of Athletics for External Affairs

Kevin Murga Athletic Facilities Coordinator

Michael Neely Director of Ticket Sales

Richard Nuttall Men’s Soccer Coach

Jeanne O’Keefe Athletic Department Secretary

Rachel Peel Associate Dean of University Advisement

John Russo Baseball Coach

Diane Schuerlein Athletic Department Secretary

Jim Sheehan Senior Sports Information Director

clarice smith Athletic Department Secretary

Samantha Sweeney Assistant Director of Athletics for StudentAthlete Development

Harriet Teitle Athletic Department Secretary

Kathy Theiling Equipment Manager

Seth Tierney Men’s Lacrosse Coach

James Prendergast Simon Riddiough Assistant Strength and Women’s Soccer Coach Conditioning Coach

shannon smith Women’s Lacrosse Coach

Dave Walsh Assistant Equipment Manager

Daniel Solow Assistant Director of Athletics for Development

Ryan Watson Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Philip Wayne Men’s Tennis Coach

Winnie Wymes Athletic Department Secretary

Dr. Michael Yorio Team Physician




ofstra University is committed to the pursuit of academic and athletic excellence. The University views participation in intercollegiate athletics as benefiting the student-athlete in an educationally enhancing experience beyond any other opportunity available. Hofstra also realizes the time commitment made by student-athletes and has committed the facilities and resources to support all students.


in their efforts to ensure the academic success of Hofstra’s student-athletes.

The University Tutorial Program (UTP) provides free tutoring in every subject area to any Hofstra student. Students are able to obtain up to 1 1/2 hours of individual tutorial assistance per week for up to three courses. They are also able to utilize the various help labs on campus, which specialize in providing assistance in writing, business and QM, and biology and chemistry. In addition to this service, student-athletes are assigned an academic advisor, through the Center for University Advisement, who helps address the various needs of student‑athletes. The academic advisor emphasizes four areas

Area two is academic advising. The academic advisor serves as the primary advisor for first-year and undecided student-athletes, and also assists upperclassmen who have declared a major.


Area one is academic counseling. Services are provided in the areas of academic planning, career planning, personal counseling, and campus and community referrals. The advisor also meets with prospective student‑athletes, at the coach’s request, to share the many benefits of a Hofstra University education.

Area three is academic monitoring. The advisor monitors the academic progress of student‑athletes to ensure compliance with Hofstra University, NCAA and conference regulations. The advisor’s regular communication with the faculty and coaches provide opportunities for early intervention should academic difficulties arise.


Area four is study halls. The University Tutorial Program supports athletic study halls by providing tutors in various subjects as necessary. The academic advisors also assess the needs of individual student‑athletes to provide the most effective study environment. The assessment tool administered by the Center for University Advisement is also used to provide various enrichment seminars for the student‑athletes such as time management, writing skills, campus resources, and surviving the college transition. In 2010 The Fried Family Student-Athlete Development Center was opened on the second level of the James M. Shuart Stadium Building. The center houses the offices of the Student-Athlete Services Staff, as well as a large computer lab with printer access for use by Hofstra studentathletes, a quiet study area with wireless internet access and two group study/tutor rooms with power point access and white boards.

SPORTS MEDICINE/ATHLETIC TRAINING University, and received his medical degree from the SUNY Health Science Center in Syracuse. Yorio previously served as a sports medicine fellow with the University of Maryland Orthopedics. Prior to that, he was a resident physician in internal medicine at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Yorio was named the Director of Player Medical Services for the 2008 U.S. Open Tennis Tournament in Flushing, New York, and is on the medical staff for the New York Islanders. He also worked as a team physician for the University of Maryland from 2003 to 2005.


hrough a comprehensive athletic training program, Hofstra University student-athletes are provided excellent health care during their time at the University. A coordinated effort between the University Health and Wellness Center, the Athletic Department and outside health care providers ensures every student-athlete the best medical attention possible. University student-athletes have direct access to a myriad of health care services. Managing the coverage of every practice and competition event is Hofstra University’s athletic training staff, which is led by ninth-year Head Athletic Trainer Evan Malings and features six full-time athletic trainers and numerous student athletic trainers. The athletic trainers provide injury management, rehabilitation and treatment to the entire Athletic program. Utilizing three state-of-the-art athletic training rooms, these professionals work tirelessly to ensure the safe participation of Hofstra’s student-athletes and to return injured athletes to play quickly and safely.

Hofstra University sponsors a fully accredited, highly competitive undergraduate degree program for athletic training majors, in which Hofstra student athletic trainers participate in all aspects of the health care system.

Supporting the athletic trainers is team physician Dr. Michael Yorio. Dr. Yorio, a physician with Pro Health Care, Inc. in Lake Success, New York, is in his third year on Hofstra’s medical team. Yorio is an internist with specialized training in sports medicine. He earned his undergraduate degree at Villanova

Evan Malings Head Athletic Trainer

Dr. Michael Yorio Team Physician

robert dimonda Athletic Trainer





n 2007 the Hofstra University Field Hockey program moved into a brand new facility on the north side of campus.

The new Hofstra University Field Hockey Stadium includes bleacher seating, a press box, and is outfitted with the state-of-the-art Hockey Grass Club surface, a synthetic turf designed solely for field hockey by Sportexe.

Sportexe® HockeyGrass™Club, a smooth and predictable, fast and incredibly durable surface, is a special tufted nylon system that delivers optimum performance. Approved by the Fédération Internationale de Hockey (FIH), Sportexe® HockeyGrass™Club is the official artificial turf system of the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA). Sportexe®, which has decades of field hockey installation expertise, is proud of its partnership with the NFHCA, working with the Association on R&D efforts to enhance field hockey systems. The Pride opened the Stadium September 14, 2007, versus Yale. The Pride’s Brit Blankmeyer scored the first goal in stadium history 8:17 into the contest. The Pride is 28-18 at the Hofstra Field Hockey Stadium since its grand opening.



MACK SPORTS COMPLEX WEIGHT ROOM Hofstra Field Hockey student-athletes conduct their weight training in the spacious, 3,024 square-foot Mack Sports Complex Weight Room. Located on the lower lever of the complex, the weight room houses a wide variety of strength and conditioning equipment including free weights, Hammer Strength and 12 pieces of cardiovascular equipment. The team trains under the watchful eye of Strength Coach Alison Bradshaw, who is in her third year on the Hofstra staff, and first as head strength coach.

HOFSTRA INDOOR PRACTICE FACILITY The Pride has use of an indoor practice bubble located on the north campus, behind the Mack Sports Complex. The 50-yard turf field gives Hofstra a unique environment that many teams in the Northeast do not have.



LONG ISLAND AND NEW YORK CITY About Long Island… Long Island has a rich history as an active, vibrant community, a summer playground, and home to some of New York’s most prominent families. Five distinct regions make up Long Island:

• North Shore, otherwise known as the Gold Coast, with dozens of historic sites dating back to colonial days and Gatsby-era mansions.

• South Shore, the Island’s spectator sports and entertainment center, with world-famous Jones and Fire Island Beaches, and home to the New York Islanders.

• Central Suffolk, with beautiful forests and natural inlets, the world’s largest factory outlet center and a huge water park.

• North Fork, with an array of vineyards, waterfront ports and farm stands.

• South Fork, widely known as “The Hamptons,” with its pristine beaches and exclusive villages.

You can catch a Hofstra shuttle bus to Jones Beach – a state park with six miles of gorgeous coastline, a boardwalk, swimming pools, golf and outdoor concerts. With everything from :

• museums, historical sites and lighthouses,

• to sophisticated malls, designer outlets and shopping villages,

• to wineries and farm stands,

• to family fun parks, aquariums and zoos,

...there is plenty to do on Long Island!

About new york city… Hofstra is located only 30 miles from New York City – the capital of culture and finance. You can visit Carnegie Hall, South Street Seaport, Hard Rock Café, Grand Central Station, Central Park, NBC Studios in Rockefeller Center, Little Italy or Chinatown.

• • • • •


 tudy the world’s finest sculptures and paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. S Go and cheer along with the crowd at a Yankees, Mets, Rangers or Knicks game. Wave at the TV cameras in the street-level studios of FOX, CNN, NBC, CBS or ABC Walk through the financial capital of the world at the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street. Take the subway to Coney Island for a Nathan’s hot dog and a ride on the Cyclone, the last of the great wooden rollercoasters. Get half-priced tickets to Broadway’s finest shows at the TKTS booth in a new, glittering Times Square.


2011 STATISTICS AND RESULTS Overall: 13-9-0

CAA: 5-3-0

Home: 7-3-0

Away: 5-3-0



Genna Kovar Krizia Layne Amy-Lee Levey Jonel Boileau Arielle Williams Darrah Rachman Micaela Gallagher Codi Nyland Melissa McCarthy Katelyn Horan Stephanie Cowles Meg Leusch Katelyn Lewia Marta Penas Holly Andrews Kerry Kiddoo Amanda Heyde Katie Bishop Shannon McCardell Lauren Vallee Jillian Geysen Total Opponents

22-22 22-22 22-22 22-22 22-22 21-0 22-16 22-22 17-8 4-0 21-21 12-0 4-0 22-14 17-7 22-22 22-22 2-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 22 22

28 18 74 85 69 4 20 13 53 73 45 3 9 4 22 67 32 2 8 3 19 34 26 1 6 5 17 53 29 0 6 1 13 22 18 2 4 4 12 36 16 1 1 1 3 2 1 0 0 3 3 4 3 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 2 2 5 2 0 0 1 1 6 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 7 3 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 83 56 222 402 250 13 58 52 168 329 192 8


GA Avg.


Neutral: 1-3-0






Kaitlyn De Turo Amanda Heyde Meredith Golden Team Total 22 Opponents 22

3-0 22-21 2-0 - 1543:29 1543:29

57:59 1 1.21 2 1417:39 54 2.67 117 67:51 3 3.10 4 0:00 0 0.00 11 58 2.63 134 .698 13 83 3.76 167 .668 8




PS-ATT DSV 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 3-4




.667 .684 .571 1.000 8 13

0 0 13 8 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2

0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 325 400



1 2 OT Tot.

Penalty Corners 1 2 OT Tot.

Hofstra Opponents

35 48 0 23 34 1

Hofstra Opponents

89 92 0 181 83 91 0 174


1 2 OT Tot.


1 2 OT Tot.

Hofstra Opponents

201 201 0 158 169 2

Hofstra Opponents

58 75 1 134 158 169 2 329

83 58

402 329

0 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 11 8

SF 8 311 6 0

2011 Results Date Opponent

W/L Score

Date Opponent

W/L Score


at Connecticut+




Virginia Commonwealth*




Stanford (at UConn)+


3-4 (OT)


James Madison*




at Monmouth



10/9 Delaware*




at Colgate



10/16 Maine




Vermont (at Colgate)



10/21 Northeastern*




at Fairfield






9/10 Yale




at Drexel*



9/11 Rider




Towson #



9/14 Columbia




Northeastern #



9/16 Siena



9/18 Albany




at Old Dominion*




at William and Mary*



at Towson*

+ - Husky Invitational at Connecticut *Colonial Athletic Association Game # - Colonial Athletic Association Championship





he Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences both athletically and academically. The CAA encompasses five of the nation’s nine largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Atlanta. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 12 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 12 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 22 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2011-12, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 studentathletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 19 teams in 13 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2012. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes six of the nation’s top 25 media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Atlanta (8), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 23 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and wrestling. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2011-12, 24 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 51 student-athletes received All-America honors in 16 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past six years. Three CAA teams earned NCAA Tournament berths for the first time in 2011 as conference champion Old Dominion was joined by VCU and George Mason.


VCU knocked off USC, Georgetown, Purdue, Florida State and top-seeded Kansas, while Mason defeated Villanova. In 2006, George Mason captured the nation’s imagination by becoming the first mid-major program since 1979 to reach the Final Four, posting victories over Michigan State, North Carolina, Wichita State and Connecticut along the way. At least five CAA teams have reached postseason play for the past four years. The CAA has also had great success in women’s basketball, with six teams making the postseason in 2011-12. Conference champion Delaware advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time and was ranked #7 in the final Associated Press Top 25 poll. James Madison beat two ACC and two Big East teams to reach the championship game of the WNIT. Drexel, Hofstra, UNCW and VCU joined the Dukes in the WNIT. Old Dominion, which won an NCAA-record 17 straight CAA titles from 1992-2008, boasts three national championships (1979, 1980, 1985) and was national runner-up in 1997. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981 and ODU reached the national semifinals in 2011. Four men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and James Madison became the seventh CAA team to reach the final 16 of the event in the past decade. Hofstra’s softball team won the Los Angeles Regional and became the first CAA squad to advance to the NCAA Super Regionals. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament in three of the past five seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 13 years. In the pool, George Mason’s Ashley Danner finished second in the 100 breaststroke and fifth in the


200 breaststroke at the 2012 NCAA Championship and received All-America honors. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. On the track, Mason’s David Verburg placed fourth in the 400 meters at the NCAA Championship. The CAA has sent multiple teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in nine of the last 15 years and has had at least 12 players selected in the eight of the last 10 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also boasts numerous All-Americans in lacrosse, tennis, golf, women’s lacrosse and wrestling. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs and granting visiting academic status to student-athletes traveling to an away contest so that they have access to libraries, academic resource centers and computer labs. Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when three of its current membersGeorge Mason University, James Madison University, and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new association. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Charter members George Mason, James Madison, UNC Wilmington and William and Mary were joined by Old Dominion University in 1991. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference on July 1, 2005.

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2011 CAA REVIEW 2011 Standings

Team Old Dominion Northeastern Hofstra Towson James Madison Delaware Drexel VCU William & Mary

CAA Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. 8 0 1.000 22 3 .880 5 3 .625 14 8 .636 5 3 .625 13 9 .591 4 4 .500 10 10 .500 4 4 .500 9 10 .474 4 4 .500 9 11 .450 3 5 .375 10 9 .526 2 6 .250 5 13 .278 1 7 .125 6 11 .353

2011 All-Colonial Athletic Association Teams First Team Player, Team, Pos., Cl. Emma Batten, Old Dominion, F, Sr. Katie DeFilippo, Towson, F, Sr. Amanda Fleishcut, Drexel, M, Jr. Genna Kovar, Hofstra, F, Sr. Stephanie Kratzer, Old Dominion, M, Sr. Crystal Poland, Northeastern, F, Jr. Kelsey Scherrer, VCU, F, Jr. Kelsey Smither, Old Dominion, M, Fr. Jenna Taylor, James Madison, M, Jr. Leah Zamesnik, William & Mary, M, Jr. Lizzie Priest, Northeastern, GK, Jr.

Second Team All-Rookie Team Player, Team, Pos., Cl. Player, Team, Pos., Pam Aldridge, Northeastern, M, Sr. Jonel Boileau, Hofstra, F Monica Baick, Drexel, M, Sr. Emma Clifton, William & Mary, M Kaela Barker, Northeastern, M, Sr. Kendell Combs, VCU, F/M/D Krizia Layne, Hofstra, F, Jr. Christina Conrad, Drexel, F Amy-Lee Levey, Hofstra, D, Sr. Jesse Ebner, William & Mary, M/D Amanda McCardell, Delaware, M, Sr. Kelsey McKee, Delaware, D Kelsey McKee, Delaware, D, Fr. Marta Penas, Hofstra, M Kati Nearhouse, Old Dominion, F, So. Meghan Plank, Drexel, M/F Sofia Sanguinetti, Drexel, D, Sr. Kelsey Smither, Old Dominion, M, Fr. Maartje van Rijswijk, ODU, F, Jr. Lydia Velzian, Old Dominion, M/D Noelle Diana, Delaware, GK, Sr. Taylor West, James Madison, M/F Devon Seifert, Old Dominion, GK, Sr.

2011 CAA FIELD HOCKEY TEAM STATISTICS Team Summaries Delaware Drexel Hofstra James Madison Northeastern Old Dominion Towson VCU William & Mary

GP GF-GA Score-Avg. Margin PK-Att. 20 47-57 2.33-2.83 -0.50 3-3 19 39-40 1.99-2.04 -0.05 1-1 22 83-58 3.76-2.63 +1.13 1-2 19 26-50 1.27-2.45 -1.18 1-2 22 51-44 2.26-1.95 +0.31 3-3 25 92-27 3.60-1.06 +2.54 0-1 20 33-41 1.64-2.04 -0.40 1-2 18 28-55 1.53-3.01 -1.48 0-0 17 30-38 1.73-2.20 -0.46 1-2

Shots Saves Save % Corners 268 129 69.4 148 271 90 69.2 96 402 134 69.8 181 196 122 70.9 94 357 156 78.0 156 391 49 64.5 176 206 110 72.8 96 178 113 67.3 83 240 93 71.0 111

GOALS PER GAME 1. Hofstra 2. Old Dominion 3. Delaware 4. Northeastern 5. Drexel 6. William & Mary 7. Towson 8. VCU 9. James Madison

GP No. Avg/G 22 83 3.77 25 92 3.68 20 47 2.35 22 51 2.32 19 39 2.05 17 30 1.76 20 33 1.65 18 28 1.56 19 26 1.37

SCORING AVERAGE 1. Hofstra 2. Old Dominion 3. Delaware 4. Northeastern 5. Drexel 6. William & Mary 7. Towson 8. VCU 9. James Madison

GP 22 25 20 22 19 17 20 18 19

Goals 83 92 47 51 39 30 33 28 26

Minutes Avg. 1543:29 3.76 1788:57 3.60 1409:32 2.33 1578:14 2.26 1375:00 1.99 1211:30 1.73 1407:42 1.64 1280:27 1.53 1427:42 1.27

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. Old Dominion 2. Hofstra 3. Northeastern 4. Delaware 5. Drexel 6. William & Mary 7. VCU 8. Towson 9. James Madison

GP No. Avg/G 25 70 2.80 22 56 2.55 22 50 2.27 20 36 1.80 19 27 1.42 17 22 1.29 18 22 1.22 20 20 1.00 19 18 0.95

SCORING MARGIN 1. Old Dominion 2. Hofstra 3. Northeastern 4. Drexel 5. Towson 6. William & Mary 7. Delaware 8. James Madison 9. VCU

GP 25 22 22 19 20 17 20 19 18

GPG 3.60 3.76 2.26 1.99 1.64 1.73 2.33 1.27 1.53

GPGA 1.06 2.63 1.95 2.04 2.04 2.20 2.83 2.45 3.01



Margin 2.54 1.13 0.31 -0.05 -0.40 -0.46 -0.50 -1.18 -1.48

GOALS AGAINST AVG 1. Old Dominion 2. Northeastern 3. Drexel 4. Towson 5. William & Mary 6. James Madison 7. Hofstra 8. Delaware 9. VCU

GP 25 22 19 20 17 19 22 20 18

GA 27 44 40 41 38 50 58 57 55

Minutes 1788:57 1578:14 1375:00 1407:42 1211:30 1427:42 1543:29 1409:32 1280:27

GA Avg. 1.06 1.95 2.04 2.04 2.20 2.45 2.63 2.83 3.01

SAVES 1. Northeastern 2. Hofstra 3. Delaware 4. James Madison 5. VCU 6. Towson 7. William & Mary 8. Drexel 9. Old Dominion

GP 22 22 20 19 18 20 17 19 25

Saves Avg/G 156 7.09 134 6.09 129 6.45 122 6.42 113 6.28 110 5.50 93 5.47 90 4.74 49 1.96

PENALTY CORNERS 1. Hofstra 2. Old Dominion 3. Northeastern 4. Delaware 5. William & Mary 6. Drexel Towson 8. James Madison 9. VCU

GP No. Avg/G 22 181 8.23 25 176 7.04 22 156 7.09 20 148 7.40 17 111 6.53 19 96 5.05 20 96 4.80 19 94 4.95 18 83 4.61

DEFENSIVE SAVES 1. Hofstra 2. Northeastern 3. Towson Old Dominion William & Mary 6. Drexel VCU James Madison 9. Delaware

GP No. Avg/G 22 11 0.50 22 8 0.36 20 4 0.20 25 4 0.16 17 4 0.24 19 3 0.16 18 3 0.17 19 3 0.16 20 2 0.10

ASSISTS PER GAME 1. Graham, Nicky-NU Kovar, Genna-HOFSTRA 3. Malloy, Carolyn-NU 4. Layne, Krizia-HOFSTRA 5. Smither, Kelsey-ODU 6. Condie, Rebecca-ODU 7. Kirk, Kathryn-ODU 8. DeMasi, Stephanie-VCU 9. Clifton, Emma-W&M 10. Schweitzer, Kayla-DELAWARE

GP No. Avg/G 22 18 0.82 22 18 0.82 22 17 0.77 22 13 0.59 25 13 0.52 25 12 0.48 25 10 0.40 18 7 0.39 16 6 0.38 19 7 0.37

POINTS PER GAME 1. Kovar, Genna-HOFSTRA 2. Poland, Crystal-NU 3. Layne, Krizia-HOFSTRA 4. Batten, Emma-ODU 5. Scherrer, Kelsey-VCU 6. Condie, Rebecca-ODU McKee, Kelsey-DELAWARE 8. Fleischut, Amanda-DREXEL 9. Graham, Nicky-NU 10. vanRijswijk, Maartje-ODU

GP 22 22 22 25 18 25 20 19 22 25

DEFENSIVE SAVES 1. Levey, Amy-Lee-HOFSTRA Cobby, Beth-NU 3. Kiddoo, Kerry-HOFSTRA 4. Johnson, Christine-W&M Hodge, Julie-ODU

GP No. Avg/G 22 5 0.23 22 5 0.23 22 4 0.18 17 3 0.18 25 3 0.12

SAVES PER GAME 1. Priest, Lizzie-NU 2. Diana, Noelle-DELAWARE 3. Jablonski, Erin-VCU 4. Savage, Margo-JMU 5. Heyde, Amanda-HOFSTRA 6. Siwiec, Christina-TOWSON 7. Hill, Camilla-W&M 8. Chiarelli,Kim-DREXEL 9. Seifert, Devon-ODU

GP No. Avg/G 22 148 6.73 20 122 6.10 18 109 6.06 19 104 5.47 22 117 5.32 20 105 5.25 17 86 5.06 15 61 4.07 25 45 1.80

GOALS AGAINST AVG 1. Seifert, Devon-ODU 2. Priest, Lizzie-NU 3. Siwiec, Christina-TOWSON 2011 CAA FIELD HOCKEY INDIVIDUAL 4. Chiarelli,Kim-DREXEL FIELD HOCKEY STATISTICS 5. Hill, Camilla-W&M 6. Savage, Margo-JMU To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 75.0% of their team’s 7. Heyde, Amanda-HOFSTRA games, goalies at least 50.0% of their team’s minutes. 8. Diana, Noelle-DELAWARE GOALS PER GAME GP No. Avg/G 9. Jablonski, Erin-VCU 1. Kovar, Genna-HOFSTRA 22 28 1.27 SAVE PERCENTAGE 2. Poland, Crystal-NU 22 27 1.23 1. Priest, Lizzie-NU 3. Batten, Emma-ODU 25 27 1.08 2. Savage, Margo-JMU 4. Layne, Krizia-HOFSTRA 22 20 0.91 3. Siwiec, Christina-TOWSON 5. Scherrer, Kelsey-VCU 18 11 0.61 4. Hill, Camilla-W&M 6. Fleischut, Amanda-DREXEL 19 9 0.47 5. Diana, Noelle-DELAWARE 7. McKee, Kelsey-DELAWARE 20 9 0.45 6. Heyde, Amanda-HOFSTRA 8. Zamesnik, Leah-W&M 17 7 0.41 7. Jablonski, Erin-VCU 9. Levey, Amy-Lee-HOFSTRA 22 9 0.41 8. Chiarelli,Kim-DREXEL 10. Santee, Ashley-DREXEL 19 7 0.37 9. Seifert, Devon-ODU

Goals Asts. Pts. Avg/G 28 18 74 3.36 27 3 57 2.59 20 13 53 2.41 27 6 60 2.40 11 2 24 1.33 9 12 30 1.20 9 6 24 1.20 9 3 21 1.11 3 18 24 1.09 9 9 27 1.08

GP 25 22 20 15 17 19 22 20 18

GA 27 44 41 31 36 40 54 52 54

Minutes GA Avg 1777:03 1.06 1574:32 1.96 1391:43 2.06 1014:03 2.14 1134:01 2.22 1245:48 2.25 1417:39 2.67 1337:45 2.72 1264:08 2.99

GP 22 19 20 17 20 22 18 15 25

Saves 148 104 105 86 122 117 109 61 45

GA 44 40 41 36 52 54 54 31 27


Save Pct. .771 .722 .719 .705 .701 .684 .669 .663 .625




Melissa Compton

ALL-AMERICAN Edith Gallagher 1989 (H.M.) Doni-Melissa Jantzen 2004, 2005 (3rd team) Charlia Warner 2006 (2nd team) Genna Kovar 2009 (3rd team), 2011 (3rd team)

ALL-MIDEAST REGION Edith Gallagher Chris Cunneen Robin Kammerer Melissa Compton Renee Carfero Jamie Knoblich Janet Walsh Kate Sergi Doni-Melissa Jantzen Sara Gonzalez Kara McEneaney Pemba Ramdoo Jessica Cowperthwait Charlia Warner Genna Kovar Amy-Lee Levey

1989 1989 1992 1993 1994 1995, 1996, 1997 1997 2003 2003, 2004, 2005 2004 2004, 2005, 2006 2005 2005, 2006 2006, 2007, 2008 2009, 2010, 2011 2009, 2011

Doni-Melissa Jantzen


All-East Coast Conference Edith Gallagher Robin Kammerer Vicki Banks Sue Long

1988, 89 1990 1990 1990



ALL-AMERICA EAST Jamie Knoblich Janet Walsh Jennifer Swett Tricia-Ann Greaves Kate Sergi Allison Barnett Tara Byrne Shannon Watson

1996 1998 2000 2000 (Rookie team) 2000 (Rookie team) 2001 2001 (2nd team) 2001 (2nd team)

ALL-COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Tricia-Ann Greaves 2002 (1st team) Jessica Cowperthwait 2003, 2005 (1st team), 2006 (2nd team) Kate Sergi 2003 (2nd team) Doni-Melissa Jantzen 2004, 2005 (1st team), 2006 (2nd team) Sara Gonzalez 2004 (2nd team) Pemba Ramdoo 2004 (Rookie team) 2005 (1st team) Charlia Warner 2005 (Rookie team), 2006 (1st team), 2007 (2nd team) Leslie DeSimone 2006 (2nd team) Kara McEneaney 2006 (1st team) Reyna Farnum 2006 (Rookie team) Brit Blankmeyer 2007, 2008 (2nd team) Amy-Lee Levey 2007 (Rookie team) 2009, 2011 (2nd team) Genna Kovar 2008 (Rookie team) 2009, 2010, 2011 (1st team)


Micaela Gallagher Dieke ter Weel Krizia Layne Jonel Boileau Marta Penas

2009 (Rookie team) 2010 (Rookie team) 2011 (2nd team) 2011 (Rookie team) 2011 (Rookie team)

COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION WEEKLY HONORS Tricia-Ann Greaves Tricia-Ann Greaves Katherine Kotowski Doni-Melissa Jantzen Kara McEneaney Jessica Cowperthwait Kara McEneaney Pemba Ramdoo Pemba Ramdoo Leslie DeSimone Charlia Warner Charlia Warner Reyna Farnum Amy-Lee Levey Genna Kovar Amanda Heyde Amanda Heyde

Player of the Week September 2, 2002 Player of the Week October 7, 2002 Rookie of the Week October 14, 2002 Rookie of the Week September 8, 2003 Rookie of the Week September 22, 2003 Rookie of the Week October 20, 2003 Player of the Week October 18, 2004 Rookie of the Week August 30, 2004 Rookie of the Week September 20, 2004 Co-Player of the Week October 31, 2005 Co-Player of the Week October 3, 2006 Player of the Week October 31, 2006 Rookie of the Week October 16, 2006 Rookie of the Week October 1, 2007 Co-Rookie of the Week September 2, 2008 Co-Rookie of the Week September 15, 2008 Rookie of the Week November 3, 2008

NFHCA NORTH-SOUTH SENIOR ALL-STAR GAME PARTICIPANTS Allison Barnett Jen Swett Sara Gonzalez Doni-Melissa Jantzen Brit Blankmeyer Genna Kovar

2001 2001 2004 2006 2008 2011

Edith Gallagher


Jess Cowperthwait Micaela Gallagher Micaela Gallagher Genna Kovar Dieke ter Weel Genna Kovar Jonel Boileau Genna Kovar Genna Kovar

Co-Rookie of the Week October 12, 2009 Rookie of the Week October 19, 2009 Player of the Week September 7, 2010 Rookie of the Week November 2, 2010 Co-Player of the Week September 20, 2011 Rookie of the Week September 20, 2011 Player of the Week October 4, 2011 Player of the Week October 11, 2011

Dawn Fiscina 1989, 1990 Brenda Marsteller 1989 Linda Russo 1989 Angie Gagliardi 1990 Melissa Compton 1994 Sandy Lubertazzi 1994 Lisa Stern 1994 Jessica Andrews 1998 Danielle Filoso 1998, 1999 Sara Harris 1998, 1999 Nicole Mercurio 1999, 2000 Jen Little 2000 Kathryn Sergi 2000, 2001, 2002 Shannon Watson 2000, 2001, 2002 Jennifer Nardone 2001, 2002 Jessica Browning 2002 Tara Byrne 2002 Christine Hickey 2002 Shannon Alexander 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Elise Galvanin 2003 Amy Krysiewski 2003, 2004 Sekayi Liburd 2003, 2004, 2005 Michelle Schroeder 2003 Sara Gonzalez 2004 Alexandra Alonge 2004 Leslie DeSimone 2004, 2005 Doni-Melissa Jantzen 2004, 2005, 2006 Elizabeth Huebner 2004 Ayanna McClean 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007

Imme van Dijk 2004 Brit Blankmeyer 2005 Kathy Davidson 2006, 2007, 2008 Reyna Farnum 2006 Amy-Lee Levey 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Erica Suitch 2007, 2008 Janelll Vanarthos 2007 Nancy Wagenbrenner 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Meredith Golden 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Katelyn Lewia 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Darrah Rachman 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Becky Kazaks 2009 Jillian Geysen 2009, 2010, 2011 Meg Leusch 2009, 2010, 2011 Codi Nyland 2009 Lauren Vallee 2009, 2010, 2011 Diane Caldwell 2010 Katelyn Horan 2010, 2011 Dieke ter Weel 2010 Kerry Kiddoo 2011 Melissa McCarthy 2011 Jonel Boileau 2011 Emily Caffrey 2011 Katie Fischer 2011 Marta Penas 2011

Brit Blankmeyer

Pemba Ramdoo

Charlia Warner




YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Results Year Record Coach 1936 2-5-1 Erma Stroh 1937 0-3-1 Erma Stroh 1938 5-2-1 Erma Stroh 1939 5-2-1 Erma Stroh 1940 3-3-0 Erma Stroh 1941 No Program 1942 No Program 1943 No Program 1944 No Program 1945 No Program 1946 1-1-0 Lucia Anselowicz 1947 3-1-1 Muriel Boelsen 1948 3-1-1 Muriel Boelsen 1949 4-1-1 Muriel Boelsen 1950 5-2-1 Muriel Bach (Boelsen) 1951 5-2-1 Muriel Bach 1952 6-1-1 Muriel Bach 1953 5-2-0 Muriel Bach 1954-65 Not Available 1966 1-3-0 Not Available 1967-68 Not Available 1969 4-3-1 Dr. Nathalie J. Smith 1970 3-4-0 Dr. Nathalie J. Smith 1971 5-5-0 Dr. Nathalie J. Smith 1972 Not Available 1973 6-1-0 Dr. Nathalie J. Smith 1974 5-3-2 Jane O’Brien 1975 7-2-0 Jane O’Brien 1976-78 Not Available 1979 4-7-0 Nancy McMullen 1980 5-6-2 Cindy Lewis 1981 7-7-1 Cindy Lewis 1982 7-7-0 Cindy Lewis 1983 6-9-1 Cindy Lewis 1984 8-6-3 Cindy Lewis 1985 9-4-6 Lynn Kotler 1986 9-7-2 Lynn Kotler 1987 15-4-0 Beth Bozman 1988 7-13-1 Carie Conversano 1989 8-8-2 Carie Conversano 1990 4-14-0 Carie Conversano 1991 3-12-1 Carie Conversano-Bodo 1992 9-8-0 Carie Bodo 1993 4-11-1 Carie Bodo 1994 7-11-0 Carie Bodo 1995 10-9-0 Carie Bodo 1996 5-12-0 Carie Bodo 1997 9-9-0 Pam Bustin 1998 6-13-0 Kathy De Angelis 1999 4-16-0 Kathy De Angelis 2000 8-12-0 Kathy De Angelis 2001 12-8-0 Kathy De Angelis 2002 10-9-0 Kathy De Angelis 2003 12-8-0 Kathy De Angelis 2004 13-8-0 Kathy De Angelis 2005 13-7-0 Kathy De Angelis 2006 13-7-0 Kathy De Angelis 2007 7-11-0 Kathy De Angelis 2008 10-9-0 Kathy De Angelis 2009 12-8-0 Kathy De Angelis 2010 7-11-0 Kathy De Angelis 2011 13-9-0 Kathy De Angelis Total 354-347-33


SEASON RECORDS Goals Assists Points Goalie Saves Save Percentage Goals Against Average

Player Number Year Genna Kovar 28 2011 Genna Kovar 18 2011 Genna Kovar 74 2011 Robin Kammerer 396 1990 Chris Cuneen .930 1987 Chris Cuneen 0.89 1987

CAREER RECORDS Goals Assists Points Goalie Saves Save Percentage Goals Against Average

Player Number Years Genna Kovar 57 2008-11 Genna Kovar 34 2008-11 Genna Kovar 148 2008-11 Robin Kammerer 1,139 1989-92 Chris Cuneen .906 1986-89 Chris Cuneen 1.47 1986-89

SINGLE SEASON LEADERS POINTS 1) Genna Kovar 2) Krizia Layne 3) Charlia Warner 4) Janet Walsh 5) Edith Gallagher 6) Jamie Knoblich 7) Genna Kovar 8) Edith Gallagher 9) Allison Barnett 9) Tricia-Ann Greaves 11) Arielle Williams 12) Edith Gallagher

74 53 45 44 42 38 35 34 32 32 31 30

2011 2011 2006 1998 1989 1996 2009 1988 2001 2002 2010 1987

GOALS 1) Genna Kovar 2) Krizia Layne 2) Charlia Warner 2) Janet Walsh 5) Edith Gallagher 6) Genna Kovar 7) Tricia-Ann Greaves

Liz Sturm


28 20 20 20 19 15 14

2011 2011 2006 1998 1989 2009 2002

8) Janet Walsh 8) Jamie Knoblich 10) Arielle Williams 11) Janet Walsh 11) Allison Barnett 11) Edith Gallagher

13 1997 13 1994, 1995, 1996 13 2010 12 1996 12 2001 12 1987, 1988

ASSISTS 1) Genna Kovar 2) Krizia Layne 2) Liz Sturm 2) Lauren Garille 5) Jamie Knoblich 5) Kristin Thompson 7) Edith Gallagher 8) Danielle Filoso 8) Katie Carroll 8) Jennifer Swett 11) Emma MacDonald 11) Allison Barnett 11) Shannon Watson 11) Tara Byrne 11) Kara McEneaney 11) Pemba Ramdoo 11) Dieke ter Weel

18 13 13 13 12 12 10 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

2011 2011 1998 1998 1996 2008 1988 1999 1999 2000 1995 1999 1999, 2000 2000 2004 2005 2010

Janet Walsh


POINTS 1) Genna Kovar 2) Janet Walsh 3) Jamie Knoblich 4) Edith Gallagher 5) Charlia Warner 6) Krizia Layne 7) Kara McEneaney 8) Pemba Ramdoo 9) Brit Blankmeyer 10) Amy-Lee Levey 10) Kristin Thompson 12) Diane Hobin 13) Arielle Williams

148 2008-11 127 1995-98 120 1994-97 106 1986-89 105 2005-08 78 2009- pres. 73 2003-06 69 2004-07 63 2005-08 56 2007-11 56 2006-09 54 1992-95 52 2008-11


SAVES 1) Robin Kammerer 2) Chris Cunneen 3) Robin Kammerer 4) Robin Kammerer 5) Amanda Mahncke 6) Kelly LeMin 7) Amanda Mahncke 8) Chris Cunneen 9) Chris Cunneen 10) Evaun Malicki

396 395 349 276 268 252 230 225 214 210

1990 1988 1991 1992 1996 1993 1998 1987 1989 1985

1) Genna Kovar 1) Janet Walsh 2) Jamie Knoblich 3) Charlia Warner 4) Edith Gallagher 5) Krizia Layne 6) Kara McEneaney 7) Pemba Ramdoo 7) Brit Blankmeyer 9) Amy-Lee Levey 10) Arielle Williams 11) Kristin Thompson 12) Diane Hobin 12) Doni-Melissa Jantzen 12) Dawn Fiscina

Lauren Garille 57 55 48 45 43 30 27 26 26 23 20 19 18 18 18

2008-11 1995-98 1994-97 2005-08 1986-89 2009-pres, 2003-06 2004-07 2005-08 2007-11 2008-11 2006-09 1992-95 2003-06 1987-90

34 24 21 20 19 18

2008-11 1994-97 1995-98 1994-97 2003-06 2009-pres.

ASSISTS 1) Genna Kovar 2) Jamie Knoblich 3) Lauren Garille 4) Emma MacDonald 5) Kara McEneaney 6) Krizia Layne

6) Diane Hobin 6) Edith Gallaher 6) Jennifer Swett 6) Kristin Thompson 11) Pemba Ramdoo 11) Shannon Watson 11) Janet Walsh

18 18 18 18 17 17 17

1992-95 1986-89 1998-01 2006-09 2004-07 1999-02 1995-98

1,139 1,003 760 560 551 457 409 360 232

1989-92 1986-89 1995-98 1983-85 1999-02 1993-94 2003-06 2008-11 1997-00

SAVES 1) Robin Kammerer 2) Chris Cunneen 3) Amanda Mahncke 4) Evaun Malicki 5) Christine Hickey 6) Kelly LeMin 7) Jessica Cowperthwait 8) Amanda Heyde 9) Kellie Moritz

genna kovar Emma MacDonald

Robin Kammerer




(Year indicates final season of competition) Rachel Adams Janet Alder Kristen Alifano Alexandra Alonge Shannon Alexander Jessica Andrews Jessica Banks Vicki Banks Delia Baretto Allison Barnett Helene Barth Janice Bauer Roberta Bell Greta Benn Jean Benner Carol Bennet-Schnorr Linda Bent Catherine Berg Doris Biedermann Katie Bishop Joie Black Brit Blankmeyer Mary Bleimeyer Nancy Bloom Evaun Boatman Edith Boerckel Theresa Bonini Karin Boone Laurie Brasher Kathie Brettell Marjorie Bricka Martha Briggs Judith Brown

2011 1936 1991 2004 2007 2000 2001 1991 1953 2001 1946 1969 1949 1943 1941 1968 1980 1969 1939 2011 2009 2008 1939 1982 1987 1938 1984 1972 1978 1952 1936 1953 1967

Maureen Rose Brown Jessica Browning Christine Bruno Sarah Buckley Madeline Burpee Patricia Bussewitz Tara Byrne Diane Caldwell Theresa Calvano Kerry Calvert Virgina Cameron Kristen Carano Krysta Cardinale Renee Carfero Eve Carlin Susan Carter Linda Caruso Carolyn Chalfant Patricia Chalfant Alexis Chapas Josephine Cheslak Jeannette Cheslock Ellen Christensen Catherine Clark Tierney Clark Carolyn Cohen Edythe Cohen Marsha Cohen Annetta Cole Maureen Collins Melissa Compton Margaret Corson Jessica Cowperthwait Donna Crittenden Esther Crosland Christine Cunneen Virgina Custer Ashleigh Daniels Barbara Darcy Kathy Davidson Marjorie Davidson Margie Dean Ava DeGori Dorothy DeGraff Marion DeJesus Phylliss Delgrecco Donna Dellova Sharon Deloney Leslie DeSimone Gloria DeVarennes Cynthia Dibetta

Lesilie DeSimone

1979 2002 1989 1966 1937 1969 2002 2010 1971 1995 1943 1995 2006 1995 1982 1969 1978 1937 1940 1975 1939 1971 1938 1936 1996 1975 1953 1973 1937 1984 1995 1936 2006 1940 1938 1990 1941 2009 1957 2008 1973 1940 2008 1947 1967 1987 1986 1971 2006 1939 1982

Katie Geissler

Denise Dinkelacker Avis Dipple Fran DiSilvestro Ellen Distler Marion Dochterman Linda Dodd Cynthia Donaldson Helena Dow Ronnie Duda Marilyn Dutcher Louise Edelmann Jerilynn Eisinger Pat Elbert Erica Elkin Jean Elyman Virginia Estabrook Wanda Falci Reyna Farnum Linda Fazio Elizabeth Fecci Vera Ferguson Jean Ferryman Alice Fifelski Danielle Filoso Wilma Findley Barbara Fink Katie Fischer Dawn Fiscina Linda Fish

Aimee Frank

1971 1950 1953 1937 1974 1940 1976 1971 1938 1969 1950 1969 1937 1937 1955 2009 1975 1969 1937 1940 1967 1999 1940 1981 2011 1991 1976

Caryn Fisher 1972 Ilonka Yvonne Flammer 1984 Ruth Fleet 1942 Bridget Flynn 1993 Barbara Folkman 1966 Genevieve Ford 1944 Aimee Frank 1998 Avis Freidah 1952 Debbie Freseneius 1996 Nancy Fullan 1983 Jennifer Funston 1995 Tara Fusco 1998 Krisha Giammarco 2010 Gina Galatro 2002 Edith Gallagher 1990 Catherine Gallivan 1939 Kelsey Gallo 2009 Elaine Gangloff 1966 Lisa Ganzenmuller 1985 Lauren Garille 1998 Carmen Gawronski 1986 Katie Geissler 2004 Grace Giarmoleo 1996 Janie Girolamo 1981 Teresa Glass 1995 Meredith Golden 2011 Sara Gonzalez 2004 Patricia Graham 1968 Marie LaFonte Grasso 1986 Tricia-Ann Greaves 2002 Ronni Dale Greene 1970 Ellen Greenland 1936 Kristin Griffiths 2008 Ellen Grossman 1972 Sheryl Hall 1982 Gloria Hage 1937 Candance Harden-Storey 1969 Gloria Hargett 1973 Frances Harris 1961 Sara Harris 1999 Marie Hayman 1944 Mary Heagan 1937 Amanda Heyde 2011 Graceann Hichborn 1955 Christine Hickey 2002 Joan Hinden 1965 Diane Hobin 1995 Jean Homan 1938 Chelsea Hoon 2008 Evelyn Horn 1940 Kathleen Horst 1954 Karin Huber 1995 Josephine Hulen 1966

Tierney Clark

Diane Hobin



Christine Hickey Patricia Hutchinson Elizabeth Hynes Karen Ingvoldstad Barbara Intrieri Jozann Jackson Judith Jaffe Wilma Jansen Doni-Melissa Jantzen Kerri Jantzen Bunny Jasper Christine Jastrzemski Barbara Jones Donna Jones Joy Jorgensen Frances Jurkowski Robin Kammerer Anne Kane Nancy Kane Betty Karr Becky Kazaks Margaret Keary Joan Keegan Loreen Kelly Mickey Kemp Tatum Kendrick Joan Kent Betty Kimball Leslie King Frances Knabbe Jamie Knoblich Elaine Kohn Irene Kopke Kathy Kotowski Lisa Kovalsky Genna Kovar Karen Krause Amy Krysiewski Jean Lagakis Josephine Laham Ali Lanyon Cheryl Larrier Jacquie Lavak Eleanor Lemke Lisa Lentz Sharon Lettera Amy-Lee Levey Katelyn Lewia Cindy Lewis Donna Lewis Donna Marie Lewis Sekayi Liburd

1975 1936 1967 1983 2003 1968 1939 2006 2002 1940 1968 1971 1985 1956 1969 1993 1953 1983 1938 2010 1974 1986 1991 1950 1997 1939 2002 1970 1997 1970 1969 2005 1984 2011 1995 2004 1937 1991 1999 1969 1949 1939 1985 1969 2011 2011 1979 1942 1981 2005

Ayanna McClean

amy-lee levey Janet Liebler Marie Limanni Patricia Linhart Linda Lipowski Jennifer Little Elma Lobaugh Maureen Lobmeyer Susan Long Marlene Loos Sandy Lubertazzi Patricia Ludwig Angela Lukaszewski Liz Lynner

1940 1984 1979 1970 2000 1937 1989 1992 1988 1995 1955 1969 1985

Sekayi Liburd

Emma MacDonald Kathleen Magee Amanda Mahncke Janis Maier Michelle Maier Janet Malloy Jean Mango Margaret Marrin Brenda Marsteller Nora Martens Charlotte Mathia Vivian Mathias Jessica Martin Mary May Laura Mayer Jean Mazzilli Marion McCann Kara McEneaney Janice McFadden Vera McFarland Deidre McGill Diane McLaughlin

1997 1945 1998 1970 1988 1985 1966 1936 1990 1971 1937 1948 2009 1958 1955 1987 1940 2007 1987 1939 1988 1990

Ayanna McClean Melinda Meade Nicole Mercurio Priscilla Merryman Edith Meyer Marcia Miller Hazel Mischler Carolyn Moore Marion Moore Patrice Morelli Mary Edith Morgan Kellie Moritz Ruth Moyse Helena Mroczkowska Denise Ann Mugno Jeanne Muller Jeanne Muratore Brenda Murphy Dorsey Myers Jennifer Nardone Muriel Nicklas Monique Noel Cathleen Nugent Grace Nulty Grace O’Brien Patricia O’Hara Toni Oklan-Arko Susan Pace Patricia Pandolfi Cecilia Parry Linda Pashley

Kara McEneaney

2007 1966 2002 1974 1968 1957 1949 1939 1971 1979 1936 2000 1941 1937 1981 1948 1970 1968 1953 2002 1952 1986 1987 1937 1938 1969 1970 1967 1978 1971

Teri Pavia Carolyn Penna Jeanne Perrin Hazel Petersen Marion Petre Margaret Petry Henrietta Pfeiffer Barbara Pfrunder Doris Pirodsky Carole Plunkett Jean Powers Carol Pugh Christine Purcell Darrah Rachman Pemba Ramdoo Ann Race Henrietta Rasweiler Jean Reber Pietrina Reda Kristen Reed Lois Reeve Laurie Regensburg Genevieve Reilly Susan Reinhardt Sally Rieger Diane Ronga Beth Rosenberg Barbara Rubins Martha Ruccione Doris Runcie Gertrude Runcie Janet Runcie Linda Russo Diane Ryan Karen Ryan Ruth Ryan Detcha Sabourin Marilyn Sahlin Donna Sandak Linda Santisi Arlene Sapanski Judith Scanlan Lynn Schaefer Doris Scheffler Iris Schlesinger Alice Schlicting Lynn Schoonejans Elenore Schotz Diane Schubert Joy Schuck Kimberly Schulze Lillian Schuttger Madeline Schwarz Mary Scott Dorthe Selda Karen Serani Kathryn Sergi Sharon Shebar Frances Sheehan Kathleen Sheehan Debbie Shelvin Erin Skelly Janet Slomin Elaine Small Erin Smith Lorraine Smith Martha Smith Virginia Snyder Helen Sobel Kathy Soloman Jacqueline Soukup

1989 1969 1973 1950 1940 1936 1940 1952 1940 1956 1939 1975 1987 2011 2007 1969 1940 1940 1973 1993 1950 1971 1940 1981 1949 1975 1979 1951 1937 1940 1938 1939 1990 1983 1986 1954 1993 1949 1966 1983 1987 1955 1966 1940 1975 1955 1976 1956 1975 1994 1936 1939 1957 1969 1985 2003 1966 1989 1987 1983 2000 1940 1982 1999 1940 1941 1940 1940 1977 1949

Virginia Spahn Roma Spitaleri Jean Stafford Genevieve Statelman Tara Sterlacci Jania Stout Barbara Stuard Liz Sturm Erica Suitch Cherryl Sullivan Edith Swain Jen Swett Susan Switzer Dieke ter Weel Ruth Terwilliger Greta Thompson Kristin Thompson Mary Tietjen Mary Tkatch Wendy Tobin Mary Topping Janet Totter Jane Totura Kathleen Trouve Sally Trumbower Shelley Tsesmelis Carole Tulloch Ruth Ulmschneider Lori Vaccariello Lauren Vallee Katy Vitolo Lorraine Vogel Evelyn Von Elm Susan Von Leer Nancy Wagenbrenner Maureen Wallenstein Janet Walsh Charlia Warner Barbara Watson Shannon Watson Lois Weber Marilyn Weber Ruth Weber Kathleen Whelm

1970 1940 1982 1979 2000 1992 1950 1999 2008 1972 1945 2001 1971 2010 1937 1940 2009 1979 1984 1965 1953 1970 1937 1991 1971 1971 1938 1986 2011 2008 1944 1942 1981 2010 1969 1998 2008 1968 2002 1949 1950 1940 1971

Tara Sterlacci

Vivian Whitehead Edith Wilkinson Arielle Williams Melanie Williams Marilyn Winter Kimberly Wist Ruth Wulfing June Zeiner

1950 1942 2011 2005 1950 1994 1940 1970

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Through 2011 season 2012 opponents are in bold







Coach: Erma Stroh Record: 2-5-1

Long Island Field Hockey Assoc. Hicksville High School Freeport High School Port Washington High School Adelphi Amityville High School Northport High School Nassau Collegiate Center

Coach: Muriel Boelsen Record: 3-1-1

1-2 L 1-3 L 3-3 T 0-6 L 0-4 L 3-4 L 1-0 W 5-0 W


Coach: Erma Stroh Record: 0-3-1

Adelphi New York University New York University Columbia

0-2 L 1-1 T 0-2 L 2-4 L


Coach: Erma Stroh Record: 5-2-1

New York University 7-1 W Adelphi W New College W Hunter W Rhode Island W Posse L Matinecock L Long Island Reserve T


7-2 W 0-2 L 0-0 T 1-3 L 3-0 W 6-0 W 4-0 W 3-0 W


4-1 W 2-0 W 0-4 L 1-3 L 1-4 L 4-2 W


Coach: Lucia Anselowicz Record: 1-1

Queens Adelphi

3-0 W 1-2 L


Coach: Muriel Boelsen Record: 3-1-1

Brooklyn Adelphi Hunter Queens Matinecock


Coach: Muriel Boelsen Record: 4-1-1

Queens Adelphi Queens Brooklyn Manhattanville Queens

5-0 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 1-1 T 1-9 L 1-0 W


Coach: Muriel Bach Record: 5-2-1

Queens Panzer Drew Sarah Lawrence Manhattanville Brooklyn Queens Hunter

2-0 W 1-1 T 5-0 W 3-0 W 0-8 L 2-0 W 2-1 W 0-1 L


Coach: Muriel Bach Record: 5-2-1

Coach: Muriel Bach Record: 6-1-1

Queens Brooklyn Sarah Lawrence Panzer Matinecock Briarcliffe Brooklyn Queens

4-1 W 5-0 W 3-0 W 2-2 T 0-4 L 1-0 W 2-0 W 4-0 W


Coach: Erma Stroh Record: 3-3

Hunter Adelphi William & Mary Rhode Island Posse New York University

0-4 L 5-0 W 4-0 W 2-1 W 0-0 T


Coach: Erma Stroh Record: 5-2-1

Hunter Posse Rhode Island William & Mary Adelphi New York University Hunter New York University

Manhattanville Adelphi Queens Brooklyn Queens

0-0 T 2-0 W 1-0 W 5-0 W 0-4 L

Coach: Muriel Bach Record: 5-2

Queens Brooklyn Panzer Briarcliffe Queens Brooklyn


Coach: Record: 1-3

4-1 W 8-0 W 1-2 L 8-3 W 3-0 W 4-0 W


Coach: Dr. Nathalie J. Smith Record: 4-3-1

Queens Hunter Adelphi Pratt Wagner Stony Brook Lehman Brooklyn

0-1 L 3-0 W 1-3 L 3-0 W 1-0 W 0-1 L 0-0 T 4-0 W


Coach: Dr. Nathalie J. Smith Record: 3-4

Queens Hunter Adelphi Lehman Stony Brook Brooklyn Wagner

0-3 L 5-0 W 0-3 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 2-1 W 3-1 W


Coach: Dr. Nathalie J. Smith Record: 5-5

Hunter Lehman Stony Brook Brooklyn Queens Wagner Adelphi Rockland C.C. William Smith Cortland

4-1 W 2-5 L 2-0 W 3-0 W 1-5 L 0-2 L 0-3 L 2-0 W 3-1 W 2-5 L


Not Available


Coach: Dr. Nathalie J. Smith Record: 6-1

Rockland C.C. Stony Brook Lehman Hunter Brooklyn Wagner Adelphi

2-0 W 1-2 L 6-0 W 9-0 W 9-0 W 6-0 W 4-1 W


Coach: Jane O’Brien Record: 7-2

Rockland C.C. Queens Wagner Stony Brook Manhattanville Hunter Adelphi Brooklyn Barnard

1-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 0-1 L 3-0 W 5-0 W 0-2 L 2-1 W 5-0 W


Not Available


Coach: Nancy McMullen Record: 4-7

Manhattanville Skidmore Vassar Hartwick C.W. Post Montclair Adelphi Queens C.W. Post* Hartwick* Ithaca**

0-2 L 1-0 W 4-2 W 0-1 L (2 OT) 0-1 L 2-4 L 2-1 W 1-0 W 0-1 L 0-1 L 4-5 L

*NYSAIAW Div. II Tournament **AIAW Regional Div. II Tournament


Coach: Cindy Lewis Record: 5-6-2

Manhattanville Kings College Adelphi Keane Vassar Syracuse Queens C.W. Post Montclair State Bridgeport Oneonta Hartwick Adelphi

1-2 L 3-0 W 1-0 W 1-0 W 2-0 W 0-2 L 1-0 W 0-1 L (OT) 1-1 T 1-3 L 1-3 L 1-2 L 0-0 T


Coach: Jane O’Brien Record: 5-3-2

Rockland C.C. Wagner Stony Brook Queens Hunter Brooklyn Adelphi Lehman Oswego* Auburn*


7-0 W 1-0 W 1-1 T 1-2 L 4-0 W 3-0 W 1-1 T 1-2 L 0-3 L 9-2 W

*NYSAIAW Div. II Tournament

Coach: Cindy Lewis Record: 7-7-1

William Patterson Scranton Manhattanville Kings College Syracuse Adelphi Kean Montclair C.W. Post Bridgeport Oneonta Hartwick Rider Vassar Fairfield

1-4 L 1-1 T 3-1 W (OT) 1-3 L 1-2 L 2-3 L 1-0 W 0-2 L 1-2 L 2-1 W 2-1 W 1-3 L 3-1 W 6-0 W 2-0 W




Coach: Cindy Lewis Record: 7-7

Bucknell* Manhattanville Drew Lafayette* Adelphi Fairfield Kean C.W. Post Villanova Towson* Rider* Montclair Vassar Kings College

2-1 W (OT) 3-1 W 2-1 W 0-3 L 3-0 W 0-2 L 2-1 W 2-3 L 2-3 L (OT) 2-0 W 1-4 L 1-3 L 3-1 W 1-2 L

*East Coast Conference game


Coach: Cindy Lewis Record: 6-9-1

Bucknell* Manhattanville Lafayette* Adelphi Fairfield C.W. Post LaSalle Villanova Towson* American* Rider* Kean Monmouth Montclair Drexel* Drew

2-4 L 1-2 L 2-5 L 4-0 W 1-2 L 0-2 L 2-2 T 1-4 L 4-1 W 1-2 L 0-2 L 1-0 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 3-2 W (OT) 1-2 L

*East Coast Conference game


Coach: Cindy Lewis Record: 8-6-3

Montclair State 1-0 W Bucknell 0-1 L Manhattanville 0-0 T St. Joseph’s L Lafayette 0-4 L Siena 1-0 W Towson State 1-0 W Fairfield 3-1 W C.W. Post 2-1 W Drew 0-0 L (OT) Kean 4-0 W Villanova 3-5 L Rider 4-2 W LaSalle 2-2 T Drexel 1-0 W Lowell T Lafayette 0-4 L


Coach: Lynn Kotler Record: 9-4-6

Bucknell W LaSalle 0-0 T Siena 2-0 W


Yale Fairfield Rider Villanova Towson State Lehigh Montclair State Rider C.W. Post Drexel Lafayette

0-1 L 4-0 W 3-2 W 0-0 T 1-0 W 2-2 T 3-0 W 3-1 W 5-0 W 1-1 T 1-2 L (OT)


0-1 L 1-0 W 0-0 T (2OT) 5-1 W 4-1 W 0-0 T (2OT) 2-1 W 0-3 L 4-2 W 2-3 L 0-2 L 2-0 W 1-3 L 0-1 L 1-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 2-3 L (3OT)


0-1 L 1-0 W 4-1 W 1-2 L 2-1 W 3-1 W 2-0 W 3-1 W 1-0 W 3-2 W 3-1 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 0-2 L 3-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 6-0 W 1-3 L


Coach: Carie Conversano Record: 7-13-1

Bucknell at Rutgers at LaSalle at Delaware at Temple Villanova Towson State Fairfield at Syracuse

Coach: Carie Conversano Record: 8-8-2

at Bucknell Rutgers LaSalle Delaware Temple at Fairfield Syracuse Lafayette Davis & Elkins Rhode Island at Rider Lehigh Maine* at C.W. Post Drexel at Towson State at Yale Drexel

1-1 T 2-3 L 2-0 W 3-1 W 2-5 L 4-0 W 1-4 L 0-2 L 1-1 T 3-2 W 3-4 L 2-0 W 5-0 W 5-2 W 4-1 W 2-3 L 1-2 L 3-4 L

1-1 T 1-4 L 0-3 L 0-2 L 4-6 L 0-3 L 5-0 W 5-0 W 1-2 L



Coach: Carie Conversano Record: 4-14-0

Bucknell at Rutgers at Delaware at Temple Towson State C.W Post at Syracuse Fairfield at Rhode Island Rider Davis & Elkins Colgate at Drexel at LaSalle Yale North Carolina Virginia at Towson State

1-0 W 0-5 L 0-5 L 0-7 L 1-3 L 2-0 W 0-3 L 2-0 W 1-4 L 0-2 L 2-0 W 1-2 L 0-4 L 1-5 L 2-4 L 0-8 L 0-6 L 0-2 L


Coach: Carie Conversano Bodo Record: 3-12-1

Rutgers at Bucknell Towson State Temple at C.W. Post LaSalle Syracuse

Rhode Island Rider at Siena at Colgate Brown Maine* at Fairfield at Yale Massachusetts-Lowell

2-3 L 0-3 L 2-1 W 0-4 L 0-3 L 1-3 L 2-1 W 1-5 L 2-0 W

*at Boston, Massachusetts


*at Providence, Rhode Island

Coach: Beth Bozman Record: 15-4-0

Lock Haven Bucknell LaSalle Delaware Villanova Towson State Lafayette Syracuse St. Joseph’s Rhode Island Maine Rider Lehigh Providence Fairfield Drexel Yale C.W. Post Lafayette

1-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 2-5 L 2-0 W 3-2 W 2-1 W 5-3 W 1-2 L (OT) 3-1 W 1-2 L 0-2 L


Coach: Lynn Kotler Record: 9-7-2

at Bucknell LaSalle Georgetown at Villanova at Towson State C.W. Post Lafayette Syracuse Fairfield Providence Maine at Rider Lehigh Delaware Drexel at Yale Bucknell Delaware

at Colgate at Providence Rider North Carolina C.W. Post St. Joseph’s at Lafayette at Drexel at Maine Yale at Lehigh at Bucknell

1-2 L 0-3 L 1-2 L 0-8 L 0-0 T 2-4 L 0-7 L

Coach: Carie Bodo Record: 9-8-0

at Drexel at Rutgers Bucknell Maine Rider at Lehigh at LaSalle at Lowell at Rhode Island at Temple Colgate Siena at Brown Fairfield Yale Keane State Towson State

1-7 L 0-3 L 2-1 W (2OT) 0-3 L 0-4 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 1-0 W 2-1 W 0-8 L 1-0 W 2-1 W 0-1 L 3-1 W 3-2 W 4-0 W 2-0 W


Coach: Carie Bodo Record: 4-11-1

Bucknell Sacred Heart Brown LaSalle Rider Rhode Island Rutgers Colgate Drexel Temple Siena Cornell Fairfield Lehigh Towson State Yale

2-3 L 3-0 W 0-2 L 2-1 W 1-2 L (2OT) 1-2 L (OT) 0-3 L 3-6 L 2-3 L 1-4 L 1-0 W 0-7 L 3-2 W 2-3 L (OT) 1-1 T (2OT) 0-1 L


Coach: Carie Bodo Record: 7-11-0

at Vermont Cornell Bucknell Towson State at Brown Rider at Northeastern at Sacred Heart at Rhode Island at Rutgers Colgate at Springfield Fairfield

0-3 L 2-5 L 1-2 L 3-1 W 2-1 W 2-3 L (2OT) 1-7 L 5-0 W 1-3 L 0-5 L 2-1 W (2OT) 2-3 L 4-2 W

Siena Drexel Lehigh Maine Yale

6-0 W 1-0 W 1-3 L 0-2 L 2-3 L (OT)


at Holy Cross at Colgate Maine* New Hampshire* at Delaware* at Yale Towson*

2-4 L 4-5 L 0-2 L 2-1 W 1-2 L 0-4 L 2-1 W

Coach: Carie Bodo Record: 10-9-0, 2-6 North Atlantic *America East game

Virginia Commonwealth Bucknell Sacred Heart at Holy Cross Brown Vermont* at Drexel* at Boston University* at Northeastern* Rutgers at Colgate at Siena Maine* New Hampshire* at Fairfield at Delaware* Lehigh Towson State* (Forfeit) at Yale

3-1 W 4-2 W 5-1 W 0-3 L 2-1 W 3-0 W 0-1 L 0-10 L 1-2 L 0-5 L 2-0 W 5-0 W 2-4 L 2-3 L 4-0 W 0-7 L 3-0 W 1-0 W 1-2 L

*North Atlantic Conference game


Coach: Carie Bodo Record: 5-12-0, 1-6 America East

at Connecticut Radford% Siena at Bucknell Columbia at Vermont* Drexel* Boston University* Northeastern* at Rutgers Colgate Holy Cross Fairfield Maine* Delaware* Yale Towson State*

0-9 L 0-3 L 11-0 W 2-3 L 6-0 W 1-2 L 7-1 W 2-10 L 0-7 L 2-5 L 1-0 W 2-3 L 2-0 W 0-7 L 0-5 L 5-6 L 1-5 L

*America East game %Connecticut Invitational


Coach: Pam Bustin Record: 9-9, 3-5 America East

Southwest Missouri St% at St. Louis% Rutgers Bucknell at Columbia at Siena Vermont* at Drexel* at Fairfield at Boston University* at Northeastern*

3-2 W 3-2 W 2-3 L 2-1 W (OT) 5-0 W 2-1 W (OT) 2-0 W 1-2 L 2-1 W 3-8 L 0-8 L

%St. Louis Invitational


Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 6-13, 1-7 America East

at Miami (Ohio) Central Michigan$ at Rutgers Brown Yale Delaware* Quinnipiac Boston University* Northeastern* Fairfield Colgate at Vermont* Drexel* at Towson* American Columbia Holy Cross at New Hampshire* at Maine*

2-7 L 2-4 L 2-5 L 4-1 W 1-5 L 0-5 L 3-1 W 2-6 L 0-3 L 2-1 W 3-2 W 1-2 L 2-1 W 1-3 L 1-3 L 2-1 W 2-3 L 0-3 L 4-7 L

*America East game $at Miami (Ohio)


Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 4-16, 2-6 America East

at Stanford 1-4 L California$ 1-4 L at Pacific 3-2 W (PS) Rutgers 0-3 L at Brown 1-7 L at Holy Cross 1-4 L at Yale 0-5 L St. Joseph’s 2-4 L Quinnipiac 2-1 W (PS) Maine* 2-1 W (OT) New Hampshire* 2-4 L at Fairfield 1-2 L Towson* 0-1 L (OT) at Northeastern* 1-2 L (OT) at #13 Boston University* 0-5 L at Drexel* 0-3 L at Delaware* 0-4 L at Columbia 1-2 L Vermont* 4-3 W at Colgate 1-2 L *America East Game $at Stanford


Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 8-12, 3-5 America East

at Rutgers at Connecticut$ Providence$ Brown Holy Cross Yale at Temple at St. Joseph’s at Maine* at New Hampshire* Fairfield at Towson* Northeastern* Boston University* Drexel* Delaware* Columbia at Vermont* at Quinnipiac Colgate

1-4 L 1-7 L 2-1 W 1-4 L 2-0 W 3-1 W 0-2 L 2-3 L (OT) 3-4 L (OT) 1-2 L 1-2 L (OT) 3-2 W 2-1 W 3-0 W 1-2 L (OT) 1-2 L 3-4 L 0-2 L 2-1 W 1-0 W

*America East game $IKON-Husky Classic at Storrs, CT


Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 12-8, 4-5 America East

Rutgers at Northwestern Ball State (at Northwestern) at Brown at Holy Cross Sacred Heart Temple at Albany* at Fairfield New Hampshire* Maine* Towson* at Boston University* at Northeastern* at Columbia at Delaware* at Drexel* Quinnipiac Vermont* at Colgate

1-2 L 3-2 W 1-3 L 2-1 W 1-2 L 3-0 W 3-1 W 1-2 L 2-1 W 3-1 W 2-1 W 3-0 W 2-3 L (OT) 0-1 L 4-2 W 1-2 L (OT) 0-1 L 2-1 W 1-0 W 3-1 W

*America East game


Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 10-9, 1-6 Colonial

at Connecticut# vs. Providence# Rhode Island Quinnipiac Sacred Heart at Temple Fairfield at Syracuse Maine Columbia James Madison* Colgate

3-1 W 1-0 W 2-1 W 3-2 W (OT) 3-0 W 2-3 L (OT) 4-0 W 1-2 L 0-2 L 4-1 W 2-3 L (OT) 7-0 W

Drexel* 4-3 W at Old Dominion* 0-5 L at William & Mary* 2-5 L Virginia Commonwealth* 0-1 L (OT) at Delaware* 0-5 L at Towson* 2-3 L at Rutgers 2-1 W *Colonial Athletic Association game #Husky Classic


Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 12-8, 2-5 Colonial

LaSalle# Rhode Island# Brown Monmouth Temple Sacred Heart at Fairfield at Dartmouth at Quinnipiac #7 Old Dominion* William & Mary* at James Madison* at VCU* Rider at #6 Michigan State at #5 Michigan #15 Delaware* Towson Rutgers at Drexel*

2-1 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 4-1 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 3-2 W 0-1 L 0-2 L 1-2 L 1-0 W 0-1 L 3-2 W (OT) 2-5 L 1-4 L 0-2 L 2-0 W 2-0 W 1-2 L

*Colonial Athletic Association game #Hofstra Invitational


Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 13-8, 3-4 Colonial

at Stanford 3-2 W vs. Pacific (at Stanford) 3-2 W (PS) at California 0-4 L Rhode Island# 3-0 W Columbia# 1-0 W Michigan State$ 1-2 L (OT) LaSalle$ 3-2 W Fairfield 3-1 W Syracuse 1-2 L (PS) Dartmouth 2-1 W at #7 Old Dominion* 3-6 L at #14 William & Mary* 1-5 L James Madison* 0-2 L Virginia Commonwealth* 5-1 W Quinnipiac 5-0 W Sacred Heart 2-0 W at #17 Delaware* 2-3 L (OT) at Towson* 4-1 W Drexel* 1-0 W at #13 William & Mary% 1-0 W (OT) vs. #17 Delaware% 1-5 L #Hofstra Pride Classic $Hofstra Pride Invitational *Colonial Athletic Association game %Colonial Athletic Association Championship (Williamsburg, VA)




Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 13-7, 5-3 Colonial

Rhode Island# LaSalle# Maine$ Monmouth$ at Boston University at Boston College at Fairfield at Syracuse Delaware* at #12 Northeastern* Drexel* at Princeton Towson* Columbia at William & Mary* Old Dominion* at James Madison* at VCU* vs. Towson % vs. Northeastern%

6-1 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 2-1 W 2-3 L 0-4 L 3-1 W 2-0 W 2-1 W (PS) 0-4 L 4-1 W 3-0 W 2-1 W (OT) 0-1 L 3-0 W 0-1 L 3-1 W 2-3 L 4-1 W 2-3 L

#Hofstra Pride Classic $Hofstra Pride Invitational *Colonial Athletic Association game %Colonial Athletic Association Championship (Norfolk, VA)


Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 13-7, 5-3 Colonial

vs. Monmouth# at #9 Connecticut# Villanova$ La Salle$ at Maine at #9 Boston Syracuse at Quinnipiac at Delaware* Northeastern* at Drexel* at Columbia

6-0 W 1-2 L 4-2 W 2-0 W 3-1 W 1-2 L (OT) 3-1 W 3-5 L 2-3 L (OT) 2-1 W 4-1 W 3-0 W

Towson* 3-0 W at Princeton 3-2 W at #19 William & Mary* 0-1 L at Old Dominion* 0-6 L #15 James Madison* 4-1 W Virginia Commonwealth* 4-1 W vs. Delaware% 2-1 W vs. #17 James Madison% 0-1 L #University of Connecticut Husky Classic $Hofstra Pride Invitational *Colonial Athletic Association game %Colonial Athletic Association Championship (Virginia Beach, VA)


Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 7-11, 3-5 Colonial

at Richmond 2-3 L vs Radford 2-1 W Saint Joseph’s 2-1 W (2OT) La Salle# 3-2 W (2OT) Rhode Island# 0-1 L Yale 2-6 L at Syracuse 1-2 L Quinnipiac 3-2 W at Drexel* 0-2 L Virginia Commonwealth* 2-1 W #7 James Madison* 1-4 L at #13 Old Dominion* 0-4 L at William & Mary* 2-0 W Columbia 1-2 L Northeastern* 1-7 L at Towson* 2-3 L (2OT) at Delaware* 2-1 W vs Drexel% 3-4 L #Hofstra Pride Invitational *Colonial Athletic Association game %Colonial Athletic Association Championship (Virginia Beach, VA)


Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 10-9, 4-4 Colonial

Rider vs Siena (at Albany) at #19 Albany Missouri State Fairfield Sacred Heart at Quinnipiac Drexel* at VCU* at #7 James Madison* Old Dominion* William & Mary* at Columbia at Yale at Vermont at Northeastern* Towson* Delaware* vs. William & Mary%

2-1 W (OT) 3-0 W 2-6 L 8-4 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 1-5 L 3-2 W (OT) 3-7 L 0-2 L 5-6 L (OT) 0-3 L 1-4 L 0-3 L 2-1 W 3-2 W (OT) 3-1 W 2-3 L

*Colonial Athletic Association game %Colonial Athletic Association Championship (Virginia Beach, VA)


Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 12-8, 5-3 Colonial

Maine 1-0 W (OT) Bryant 3-2 W Albany 0-2 L Richmond 1-4 L at Fairfield 3-2 W Rider 0-1 L Quinnipiac 2-1 W (OT) Pacific (at Easton, PA) 5-1 W #11 Drexel * 3-7 L Yale 1-2 L #15 James Madison* 1-5 L Virginia Commonwealth* 4-3 W (OT) at William & Mary * 3-2 W (OT) at #16 Old Dominion* 6-5 W Columbia 4-2 W

at Sacred Heart Northeastern* at #17 Delaware* at Towson at #10 Drexel%

4-1 W 4-2 W 1-4 L 3-2 W 1-5 L

*Colonial Athletic Association game %Colonial Athletic Association Championship (Virginia Beach, VA)


Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 7-11, 2-6 Colonial

Boston U.+ 0-3 L at Albany + 0-1 L (OT) Vermont 3-1 W Sacred Heart 7-2 W at Columbia 2-6 L Rider 4-3 W (OT) Fairfield 5-0 W Siena 6-0 W at #16 Drexel* 2-5 L at Yale 2-4 L at James Madison* 0-8 L at Virginia Commonwealth* 2-5 L William & Mary* 3-0 W Old Dominion* 1-3 L at Northeastern* 0-5 L at Maine 1-7 L Delaware* 2-3 L Towsonri* 3-2 W + Capital Land College Classic at Albany *Colonial Athletic Association game


Coach: Kathy De Angelis Record: 13-9, 5-3 Colonial

at Connecticut + 1-7 L Stanford + 3-4 L (OT) at Monmouth 4-3 W at Colgate 8-1 W Vermont (at Colgate) 1-2 L at Fairfield 4-2 W Yale 3-5 L Rider 5-2 W Columbia 4-2 W Siena 10-0 W Albany 3-2 W at Old Dominion* 0-5 L at William & Mary* 4-2 W Virginia Commonwealth* 7-0 W James Madison* 4-1 W Delaware* 7-2 W Maine 4-5 L Northeastern* 2-3 L at Towson* 0-3 L at Drexel* 4-3 W Towson% 3-0 W Northeastern% 2-4 L * - Colonial Athletic Association game + - UConn Husky Invitational % - Colonial Athletic Association Championship (Norfolk, VA)

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he Hofstra University Office of Athletic Communications welcomes the members of the media covering the 2012 Pride field hockey team. If we can be of any assistance to you throughout the year, please do not hesitate to contact us. We hope the following items will help you during your visits to Hofstra University. Enjoy the season.

Stephen Gorchov Associate Director of Athletics for Communications

Jim Sheehan (field hockey Contact) Senior Sports Information Director

Credential Requests: All members of the press should contact the Office of Athletic Communications at least 48 hours before each game to request credentials. Game Services: Media guides, game notes, statistics and lineups are available before the game in the press box. Halftime statistics will be distributed and final statistics will be available 10 minutes after the conclusion of each contest. Photography: Photographers can shoot from the sidelines on either side of the field, but are not permitted in team bench areas. Photography and videotaping is also permitted from the roof of the press box. Radio: The Hofstra Office of Athletic Communications will provide a touch-tone digital phone line for the opponent’s commercial and student radio stations. Visiting teams will need to give the Athletic Communications Office two weeks notice of their intention to broadcast. All calls must be made collect or direct dial from the radio station to the Hofstra Field Hockey Stadium. Postgame Interviews: Hofstra players and coaches will be available for postgame interviews, upon request, after a 10-minute cooling off period. Contact Jim Sheehan with your request. Player Interviews: All requests for student-athlete interviews should be made at least one day in advance with the Office of Athletic Communications. If you are requesting a phone interview, we will have the student-athlete return your call at a mutually convenient time. Player home phone numbers will not be distributed. In-person interviews may be conducted in a number of locations in and around the David S. Mack Physical Education Center. However, interviews may not be conducted in the locker room or the athletic training room.

Len Skoros Director of Athletic Publications

Brian Bohl Senior Assistant Director of Athletic Communications Press Seating: The Hofstra Field Hockey Stadium has limited seating in the press box, which is located atop the bleachers on the west side of the stadium. Please contact the Athletic Communications office with your seating request 48 hours before a contest.

Office of Athletic Communications 240 Hofstra UniversityDavid S. Mack Physical Education Center - Suite 262 Hempstead, NY 11549 (516) 463-6764 - Jim Sheehan’s Office (516) 463-5033 - Fax (516) 463-7463 - Hofstra Field Hockey Stadium Press Box

2012 HOFSTRA FIELD HOCKEY MEDIA OUTLETS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 50 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 10020 (212) 621-1630 - Office (212) 621-1639 - Fax NEWSDAY 235 Pinelawn Road Melville, NY 11747 (631) 843-2820 - Office (631) 454-6892 - Fax

NEW YORK TIMES 229 West 43rd Street New York, NY 10036 (212) 556-7384 - Office (646) 428-6147 - Fax NEW YORK DAILY NEWS 4 New York Plaza New York, NY 10004 (212) 210-1692 - Office (212) 643-7845 - Fax

NEW YORK POST 1211 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10036 (212) 930-8700 - Office (212) 930-8727 - Fax LONG ISLAND HERALD 2 Endo Boulevard Garden City, NY (516) 569-4000 - Office (516) 469-4942 - Fax

HOFSTRA CHRONICLE Student Center Hempstead, NY 11550 (516) 463-6965 - Office (516) 463-6977 - Fax

WLNY-TV 55 524 West 57th Street New York, NY 10019 (800) 242-6397 - Office (212) 975-9387- Fax

NEWS 12 LONG ISLAND 150 Media Crossways Woodbury, NY 11797 (516) 393-3740 - Office (516) 393-1269 - Fax

WRHU-FM 88.7 Hofstra University Dempster Hall Hempstead, NY 11549 (516) 463-5667 - Office (516) 463-5668 - Faxo



CAMPUS MAP/GETTING TO HOFSTRA From Southern New Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia: Take the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 13. Cross the Goethals Bridge and continue on Route 278 to the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Stay in the left lane of the Bridge and take the Belt Parkway-East. The Belt Parkway becomes the Southern State Parkway at the Nassau County line. Take the Southern State Parkway to the Meadowbrook Parkway North (Exit 22). Exit the Meadowbrook Parkway at Exit M4 (Hempstead Turnpike Route 24). Head west to Hofstra (approximately 1 mile).

From Northwestern New Jersey, Northern Pennsylvania and the Middle States: Take Interstate 78, Interstate 80, U.S. Route 22, New Jersey Route 4 or New Jersey Route 17 to the George Washington Bridge. Proceed over the bridge to the Cross Bronx Expressway. Take the Cross Bronx Expressway to the Throgs Neck Bridge. Follow directions from the Throgs Neck Bridge from this point. From Upstate New York: Take New York Thruway over the Tappan Zee Bridge to Cross Westchester Expressway (Interstate 287). Stay on the Expressway to the New England Thruway (Interstate 95). Proceed south on the Thruway to the Throgs Neck Bridge. Follow directions from the Throgs Neck Bridge from this point.

Campus Map

From the Throgs Neck Bridge: Follow signs for Eastern Long Island. Take the Cross Island Parkway to the Grand Central Parkway-East. The Grand Central becomes the Northern State Parkway at the Nassau County line. Take the Northern State Parkway-East to the Meadowbrook Parkway-South (exit 31A). Take the Meadowbrook ParkwaySouth to Exit M4 West (Hempstead Turnpike Route 24). Follow Hempstead Turnpike West to Hofstra (approximately 1 mile).



Map Legend Adams Hall.....................................................25 Adams Playhouse..........................................12 Admission Center/Bernon Hall ................27 Axinn Hall (Law)...........................................66 Axinn Library ...................................................3 Barnard Hall ..................................................10 Baseball Field................................................72 Berliner Hall ...................................................61 Bird Sanctuary ..............................................76 Breslin Hall.....................................................23 Brower Hall......................................................11 Butler Annex .................................................65 Café on the Quad.........................................15 Calkins Hall ....................................................14 Career Center/ M. Robert Lowe Hall................................64 C.V. Starr Hall...............................................60 Davison Hall.....................................................8 Deli, Hofstra ...................................................18 Dempster Hall ..............................................20 Field Hockey Stadium.................................77 Fitness Center ..............................................47


Gittleson Hall................................................63 Hagedorn Hall ..............................................55 Hauser Hall ......................................................2 Health and Wellness Center ....................42 Heger Hall........................................................4 Hofstra Dome ...............................................48 Hofstra Hall......................................................7 Hofstra USA .................................................40 Human Resources Center..........................52 Kushner Hall ..................................................22 Law, School of................................................21 Library Technical Services and Resource Center .................................3 Lowe Hall..........................................................9 Margiotta Hall ..............................................57 Mason Hall/Gallon Wing..............................5 McEwen Hall...................................................17 Memorial Hall...................................................1 Monroe Lecture Center .............................62 New Academic Building .............................73 Pedestrian Bridges...............................69, 70 Phillips Hall ......................................................6

Physical Education Building/Swim Center....49 Physical Plant................................................59 Public Safety and Information Center, David S. Mack ..........................................54 Republic Hall .................................................42 Roosevelt Hall................................................19 Saltzman Community Services Center ........................................28 School of Medicine. ....................................50 Shapiro Alumni House ................................58 Soccer Field....................................................71 Softball Field .................................................75 Spiegel Theater.............................................13 Sports and Exhibition Complex, David S. Mack.............................................51 Stadium, James M. Shuart ........................56 Student Center, Sondra and David S. Mack.............................................31 Unispan ..........................................................30 University Club/Mack Hall ........................53 University College Hall/Skodnek Business Development Center...............................43


Weed Hall.......................................................26 Weller Hall ......................................................16 West Library Wing.......................................29

Residence Halls Alliance Hall ..................................................34 Bill of Rights Hall .........................................35 Colonial Square ...........................................46 Constitution Hall..........................................36 Enterprise Hall..............................................39 Estabrook Hall ..............................................37 Graduate Residence ...................................74 Liberty Hall.....................................................41 Nassau Hall ...................................................44 Republic Hall .................................................42 Suffolk Hall....................................................45 Stuyvesant Hall.............................................32 The Netherlands ..........................................33 Vander Poel Hall ..........................................38

For Team Travel Via Bus: Commercial buses are not allowed on New York City (Belt, Grand Central or Cross Island) or Long Island (Southern State or Northern State) Parkways. Team buses should take the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway from the south, and the Clearview Expressway from the north, to get to the Long Island Expressway for the trip to Hofstra. Once on the Long Island Expressway (I-495), buses should proceed to Glen Cove RoadSouth (exit 39). Head south on Glen Cove Road for approximately eight miles to Hempstead Turnpike/Fulton Avenue and turn left (east). Hofstra University is approximately two miles east on Hempstead Turnpike. Public Transportation from Airport: If a visitor arrives at either La Guardia or Kennedy Airport, the most direct means of reaching the University is by one of three limousine companies that service both airports and the Hofstra University area. Larry’s Taxi Service (516) 4833333; Transport Limousine Service (800) 654-1164 (out of state) (800) 832-5466 (in New York state); Winston Limousine Service (800) 4-AIRPORT. Railroads: AMTRAK services Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan, approximately 30 miles from the Hofstra campus. To get to Hofstra from Penn Station, take the Long Island Rail Road to the Hempstead station. The Hofstra University Courtesy Bus and taxi services are available there. Hofstra is approximately 1.5 miles from the station.

2012 Hofstra FIELD HOCKEY Schedule AUGUST 24 Friday FAIRFIELD 26 Sunday MONMOUTH 31 Friday at Albany

3 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m.

SEPTEMBER 2 Sunday at St. Joseph’s 8 Saturday at Yale 9 Sunday RIDER 12 Wednesday at Columbia

12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m.

16 Sunday CALIFORNIA-DAVIS 17 Monday California-Davis vs. Rider 19 Wednesday California-Davis vs. Siena 21 Friday OLD DOMINION* 23 Sunday WILLIAM & MARY* 28 Friday at Virginia Commonwealth 30 Sunday at James Madison*

1 p.m. 4 p.m. 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m.

OCTOBER 7 Sunday at Delaware* 14 Sunday BOSTON UNIVERSITY 19 Friday at Northeastern* (at Durham, NH) 21 Sunday at Maine 26 Friday TOWSON* 28 Sunday DREXEL*

12 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m.

NOVEMBER 1 Thursday CAA Championship Quarterfinals (at highest seed) 3 Saturday CAA Championship Semifinal (at highest seed) 4 Sunday CAA Championship Game Sam Scolarici (at highest seed)

CAA All-Rookie Selection *Colonial Athletic Association game Home games in BOLD CAPS. Dates and times subject to change.







Profile for Hofstra University

2012 Hofstra Field Hockey Guide  

64 Pages Full Color Player and Coach Profiles Statistics and Results Program History

2012 Hofstra Field Hockey Guide  

64 Pages Full Color Player and Coach Profiles Statistics and Results Program History