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Senior Defender Brooke Bendernagel All-CAA Third Team Selection


women’s soccer

Media Guide

Tara Kerns

Kerry Cummings

Ruby Staplehurst

2012 Hofstra WOmen’s Soccer 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 Soccer Stadium (1,600) Playing Surface: Field Turf President: Stuart Rabinowitz NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative: Michael Barnes Vice President and Director of Athletics: Jeffrey A. Hathaway Executive Associate Director of Athletics: Danny McCabe Senior Associate Director of Athletics: Cindy Lewis Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Facilities: Jay Artinian Associate Director of Athletics for Communications: Stephen Gorchov Associate Director of Athletics for External Affairs: Tim McMahon 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 for Administration: Rachel August Athletic Department Phone: (516) 463-3800

Associate Director of Athletics for Communications: Stephen Gorchov Office Phone: (516) 463-4933 E-mail: Senior Sports Information Director: Jim Sheehan Office Phone: (516) 463-6764 Cell Phone: (516) 523-6692 E-mail: Senior Assistant Director of Athletic Communications: Brian Bohl (Women’s Soccer contact) Office Phone: (516) 463-6759 E-mail: Director of Athletic Publications: Len Skoros Office Phone: (516) 463-4602 E-mail: Athletic Communications Fax: (516) 463-5033 Head Athletic Trainer: Evan Malings Women’s Soccer Athletic Trainer: Marie Siler Equipment Manager: Kathy Theiling Photographers: Brian Ballweg, Kathy Kmonicek


Head Coach: Simon Riddiough (Hofstra, 1994) Record at Hofstra: 77-37-8/6 years Overall College Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Tobias Bischof, Brooke DeRosa Volunteer Assistant: Ed Schieferstein Soccer Office Phone: (516) 463-6946/3685 2011 Record: 10-8 2011 Conference Record/Finish: 6-5/T3rd 2011 Postseason: CAA Quarterfinals Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 HOFSTRA SOCCER ONLINE

Top Returnees Name Pos. Cl.

2011 Stats/Honors

Sam Scolarici



5 G, 2 A, 12 P, CAA All-Rookie Team

Brooke Bendernagel



Third team All-CAA selection

Ruby Staplehurst



Team-high 6 A

Caylin Dudley



4 G, 8 P

Emily Morphitis



7-7, 1.03 GAA, 44 svs.

Table of Contents 1 Quick Facts/Table of Contents 2 Hofstra Women’s Soccer Tradition 4 This is Hofstra University 6 Hofstra Highlights 8 Head Coach Simon Riddiough 10 Assistant Coaches 11 2012 Roster 12 2012 Outlook 14 Player Bios 24 Hofstra University President 25 University Senior Administration/ Trustees 26 Hofstra University Vice President and Director of Athletics 28 Hofstra Athletic Administration and Head Coaches 30 Long Island and New York City 31 Athletic Academic Support 32 Sports Medicine/Athletic Training 33 Hofstra in the Community 34 Hofstra Soccer Stadium/Facilities 36 2011 Statistics and Results 37 The Colonial Athletic Association 38 2011 CAA Review 40 Hofstra Honor Roll 42 Hofstra Soccer Record Book 44 Women’s Soccer Alumnae 46 Hofstra in the NCAA Tournament 48 All-Time Series Records 49 All-Time Results 55 Media Information 56 Campus Map/Getting to Hofstra University 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



HOFSTRA WOMEN’S SOCCER TRADITION 227 Wins in program history 215 Wins at Division I level in 19 seasons 20 Years of existence for the program 19 Program-best win total in 2010 17 Seasons at .500 or better 4 Academic All-Americans (Chrissy Arnone. Sue Weber, Dana Bergstrom, Tiffany Yovino) 3 NCAA Tournament appearances

Simon Riddiough has led the Pride to two NCAA appearances and 77 wins, including a program-best 19 in 2010, in his six seasons

3 All-Americans in program history (Sue Weber, Brooke DeRosa, Tiffany Yovino) 2 Head coaches in program history 2 Colonial Athletic Association championships 2 Players named to the CAA 25th Anniversary Team (Becky Wachsberger and Sue Weber) 2 NCAA Tournament victories

The Pride won their first CAA Championship in 2005 to advance to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history

Brooke DeRosa led the team in scoring in 2007 and was an NSCAA AllAmerica selection JoAnne Russell (center), a 2006 inductee into the Hofstra Athletics Hall of Fame, was the first coach in program history and won 150 games in 14 years



Krystal Robens posted 34 wins in goal during her Hofstra career

Tiffany Yovino, a 2010 All-American and CAA Player of the Year, was part of 58 wins during her fouryear career with the Pride

Christa Eidenweil’s 39 career goals rank first on Hofstra’s goal scoring list

Krista Thorn was the starting goalkeeper on the 2010 squad and became the first female student-athlete in school history to play in the NCAA Tournament in two different sports (2010 softball)

Sue Weber was a twotime AllAmerican and three-time CAA Defensive Player of the Year The 2007 CAA Championship team won its first round NCAA game, 1-0, over Ohio State

The 2010 team was ranked 23rd in the nation, earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament and defeated Connecticut, 1-0, in the first round

Suzanne Newell is Hofstra’s all-time leading scorer with 89 points

Dana Bergstrom was an Academic All-American and the CAA Women’s Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2010

The 1992 team was Hofstra’s first women’s soccer squad





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.






imon Riddiough is entering his seventh year as the Hofstra Women’s Soccer Coach in 2012. He was named the second head coach in the history of the program when he was promoted to the position following JoAnne Russell’s retirement at the conclusion of the 2005 season.
 Since taking over the head coaching responsibilities, Riddiough has not had a losing season. The streak continued with a 10-8 record in 2011 that saw the Pride win its final four CAA regular season games to help qualify for the conference tournament. In 2011, Riddiough led Hofstra to the most successful season in school history (19-3). The Pride set a school record with 19 wins, went 11-0 in the Colonial Athletic Association, becoming the first team to go undefeated and untied in CAA play since 1998, and won a school-record 18 straight games. Hofstra advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament with a 1-0 win over Connecticut, its second NCAA win in program history, and Riddiough was named the CAA Coach of the Year and the Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). 

 Riddiough’s career record is 77-37-8 in his six years for an average of more than 12 per season.

The 2010 season was another landmark campaign for the program; surpassing the high standard that Riddiough’s team set in 2007. Hofstra finished with an 18-4 record, setting a school record that was passed in 2010, won the CAA championship and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, defeating Ohio State 1-0 in the first round and taking regional top seed Penn State into overtime in the second round. He was named the Northeast Region Coach of the Year by the NSCAA. 

 In between the two historic seasons, Riddiough led Hofstra to an 11-8-3 record in 2008, including a return trip to the CAA finals (where it fell 1-0 in double-overtime). He also guided the pride to another successful season in 2009, finishing 10-6-3, including 7-2-2 in conference play. 

 Riddiough has been a member of the Hofstra Women’s Soccer staff for 16 years, including the previous four as an associate head coach prior to his promotion to the head coaching position. Riddiough joined the coaching ranks in 1996 after spending two years as a graduate assistant in the Hofstra Sports Facilities Department, pursuing a master’s degree in counseling.

 Riddiough, a 1994 Hofstra graduate with a degree in physical education, was a four-



year letterman and captain on the Flying Dutchmen soccer team from 1990 through 1994. He was an All-New York Region performer in 1993 and 1994, and an All-East Coast Conference pick in 1993. Riddiough was also a member of the all-region academic squad. In his Hofstra career he recorded 13 goals and 15 assists.

 A hard-nosed defender as a player, Riddiough has helped develop the Hofstra Women’s Soccer program into one of the top defensive teams in the nation in recent seasons. The Pride ranked third in the nation in team defense in 2003 (0.45 goals per game), while tying for the fewest goals allowed in the entire country (nine), and also ranked 16th in the nation in 2002 (0.69 goals per game). In 2005, Hofstra allowed only three goals in 11 conference games on its way to winning the CAA championship and earning its first-ever NCAA Division I tournament appearance. Iin 2007, Hofstra set a school record with 12 shutouts, including seven straight.

Coach Riddiough and his wife, Heather

Riddiough played with the Greek American Atlas from 1995 through 1997 and won a

USYSA Region I championship with the club. He also appeared in the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open Cup with the Greek American Atlas. In 1998 and 1999, Riddiough played with the New York Freedoms of the United Soccer League and played on the 1999 PDL Northeast Division championship squad that placed third in the nation. In 2001 Riddiough played with the Long Island Rough Riders of the A-League.
 In addition to his playing experience, Riddiough has been a head coach for the Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association Girls Under-17 team, which serves as part of the New York Olympic Development Program (ODP), since 2000. In 2005 he helped coach the team to the ODP National Championship. He also previously coached several Long Island Select teams from 1996 to 1999 and served as a director for Noga Soccer Camps since 1991. In June 1992 he coached the New Hyde Park Girls Under-19 club to the New York State championship.

 Riddiough, a native of Barnsley, England, and his wife, Heather, a former twosport athlete at Hofstra, reside in Massapequa Park, New York with their two sons, Kain and Cole, and daughter, Quinn.

Kain, Cole and Quinn Riddiough






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obias Bischof is entering his second season with the Pride in 2012. In his first year, he helped Head Coach Simon Riddiough guide Hofstra to a 10-8-0 overall record and a spot in the Colonial Athletic Association Championship. Bischof came to Hofstra in 2011 after a decade of prominent involvement in Long Island soccer, particularly at the youth level. Bischof led two U-15 teams – the East Meadow Sparks U-15 Girls and the Massapequa Arsenal U-15 Boys – to state championships in the New York State Open Cup during the summer of 2011. Bischof has also coached the East Meadow Dynamite and Sachem Blazers in the Region 1 Premier League. Overall, he has had tremendous success with his youth programs, leading seven teams to the state finals between 2006 and 2011.  In addition, Bischof has served as the Select PDP program administrator for the Long Island Junior Soccer League (LIJSL), a program that included more than 500 players, and has run a select coaching program to prepare athletes for collegiate soccer. He has helped place dozens of his youth players into college programs in his short time on Long Island.  A native of Winterstein, Germany, Bischof played soccer in his native country after graduating from high school. In 1997 he enrolled at Friedrich-Schiller University in Jena, Germany, where he earned a degree in sports science, finishing in the top 10 percent of his class. He also coached youth soccer in Germany, primarily with 16-17 year olds, before coming to the United States.   Bischof first moved to Long Island in 2002 to accept a position with Globall Soccer, an International training and management company. He worked with the Long Island Rough Riders of the Premier Development League (PDL) after Globall Soccer purchased the team.


rooke DeRosa, an All-America selection for the Pride in 2007, enters her first season as an assistant coach at her alma mater. DeRosa returns to Hofstra after most recently serving as the head women’s soccer coach at Nassau Community College during the 2011-12 academic year. During her one year at Nassau CC, DeRosa coached the Lions to an 8-5-3 record and saw eight players earn All-Region XV honors, including five first team selections. Prior to coaching at Nassau she served as head junior varsity coach at Calhoun High School in Bellmore, New York. DeRosa’s other coaching experience includes serving as a trainer for Intense Soccer Academy, Soccer Tots and various soccer clubs around Long Island. She also served as a counselor for the Long Island Rough Riders Soccer Camp for nine years. After beginning her career at Syracuse, where she was a Big East All-Rookie selection in 2002 and a three-year starter, DeRosa transferred to Hofstra in 2007. During her one season with the Pride, she helped the team to an 18-4 record, a Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championship and a trip to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. She tallied 14 goals, five assists and 33 points, ranking second in the CAA in scoring. Her 14 goals are the second-best single season total in program history, while the 33 points are third in the single season record book. For her efforts, DeRosa earned third team All-America honors from the NSCAA and was a first team allconference selection. DeRosa has also played for the Long Island Rough Riders of the W-League from 2002 to 2004 and then again from 2007 through 2012. She led the team in points in 2009 and 2010. A native of Ronkonkoma, New York, DeRosa was a five-year letterwinner on the Connetquot High School soccer team and was the first eight grade female to play varsity soccer in school history. DeRosa holds a degree in ceramics from Syracuse and is currently pursuing her master’s in art education from Hofstra.





ischof currently resides in Long Beach, New York. Ed Schieferstein enters his sixth season as an assistant coach with the Hofstra Women’s Soccer program, where his primary responsibility will be coaching the Pride goalkeepers. Schieferstein had spent five seasons coaching the goalkeepers on the Hofstra Men’s Soccer team, helping them to three CAA championships and NCAA Tournament appearances, before moving over to the women’s team. He has been involved with Long Island soccer for nearly 40 years, since his playing days at Harborfields High School (1973-76). Before coming to Hofstra, Schieferstein served as an assistant coach at Kellenberg Memorial High School from 1991 through 1999 and then spent one year as an assistant women’s soccer coach at Caldwell College in New Jersey. Schieferstein has also been heavily involved in Long Island club soccer, serving as coach for the Syosset Soccer Club since 1995 and coaching the Huntington Soccer Club from 1974 to 1993. A native of Huntington, New York, Schieferstein played soccer for three seasons at Slippery Rock University in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, from 1976 to 1978. tobias bischof

2012 roster No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. Hometown/High School/Last School 0 Kylie Shuster GK Jr. 5-6 Austin, TX/Cedar Park 1 Emily Morphitis GK Jr. 5-6 London, England/Therfield 2 Tara Kerns M Jr. 5-3 Chesapeake, VA/Great Bridge 3 Nicki Choffel M Sr. 5-4 Bellerose, NY/Mary Louis Academy 4 Lea Hinnen D Fr. 5-7 Moehlin, Switzerland/Gymnasium Baumlihof 5 Erin Havard M/D So. 5-7 Fairfax, VA/W.T. Woodson 6 Ingrid Moyer F So. 5-8 Souderton, PA/Souderton Area 7 Ruby Staplehurst D Jr. 5-4 London, England/St. Thomas More 8 Chloe Dale M Fr. 5-6 Birmingham, England/Langley/Merrist Wood College 9 Amber Stobbs F Jr. 5-2 London, England/Warlingham 10 Brittany Farriella D Jr. 5-7 East Meadow, NY/Sachem North 11 Anya Koren F So. 5-7 Scottsdale, AZ/Desert Mountain 12 Kerry Cummings M/D Jr. 5-5 Kansas City, MO/St. Teresa’s Academy/St. John’s 13 Jeannine Molleda M Fr. 5-2 Clifton, VA/Robinson Secondary 14 Lulu Echeverry F So. 5-5 East Meadow, NY/East Meadow 15 Brooke Bendernagel D Sr. 5-7 Smithtown, NY/Smithtown West 17 Jill Mulholland M Fr. 5-5 Levittown, NY/MacArthur 19 Sam Scolarici F So. 5-3 Aldie, VA/Freedom 21 Leah Galton F Fr. 5-7 Harrogate, England/St. John Fishers 22 Samantha Calvet M Fr. 5-7 Bangkok, Thailand/New International School of Thailand 23 Caylin Dudley F So. 5-3 Grasonville, MD/Kent Island 25 Amanda Heyde D Sr. 5-3 Somers, NY/Somers 31 Lucy Gillett GK So. 5-10 Rockville Centre, NY/South Side Head Coach: Simon Riddiough (Hofstra ’94) Assistant Coaches: Tobias Bischof, Brooke DeRosa, Ed Schieferstein

Pronunciation Guide

8 Chloe Dale

0 Kylie Shuster SHOO-ster

10 Brittany Farriella fair-ee-ELL-uh

31 Lucy Gillett

1 Emily Morphitis


13 Jeannine Molleda muh-YAY-da

HC Simon Riddiough

3 Nicki Choffel


14 Lulu Echeverry ETCH-uh-vary

AC Tobias Bischof

5 Erin Havard


19 Sam Scolarici sko-la-REECH-ee

AC Ed Schieferstein SHEEF-er-stine


25 Amanda Heyde HI-dee JILL-ett rid-ee-OFF bish-OFF





ofstra finished with a winning record last season, which was no surprise when you consider the Pride has never posted a losing season through the first six years under Head Coach Simon Riddiough. Despite losing seven starters from a 2010 squad that produced the most successful season in program history, the Pride finished 2011 with a 10-8 record while holding opponents to just 22 total goals. The 2012 team should benefit from greater continuity compared to last year’s squad. Entering the new campaign, Hofstra will return eight starters and six of the team’s top-10 scorers. But the Pride will also be looking for players to step up after Laura Green and Courtney Breen – the team’s top-scoring forward and midfielder, respectively, and defensive-minded midfielder Brittany Butts – graduated. Unlike the wholesale changes required from a large roster turnover last year, Riddiough’s team features a combination of youth and experience. Six freshmen could be in the mix and three of the team’s four juniors started at least 14 games in 2011, giving Hofstra a versatile crop of game-tested veterans to complement the new faces. A strong defense, which served as the backbone of the team, remains largely intact heading into the new season. Goalkeepers Emily Morphitis and Kylie Shuster, who combined for six shutouts last year, are both back. Four of the team’s starting defenders are back as well, with Ruby Staplehurst, Brittany Farriella, Brooke Bendernagel and Tara Kerns all looking to improve after earning valuable minutes last season, though Kerns is slated to move into the midfield in 2012. Their efforts in front of the goal resulted in opponents shooting just .109 percent while allowing Hofstra to register a plus-78 shot differential. While the offense lost some key members to graduation, the Pride will be looking for All-Colonial Athletic Association Rookie Team selection Sam Scolarici to take a leap forward as a sophomore. Caylin Dudley, Staplehurst, Anya Koren, Farriella and Kerns are the other returnees who recorded multiple points in 2011. Here is a position-by-position look at the Hofstra Pride heading into the 2012 season:

Forward Greene scored 13 goals last year, more than doubling her next closest teammate in Breen. Both members of the high-scoring duo graduated, though there is still plenty of talent up front. Junior Amber Stobbs didn’t have many chances to show her skills, as she was limited by injuries, but still managed to rack up seven shots in just four games, including three starts. Koren also presents an intriguing option at forward after scoring

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a goal and adding two assists in just 10 games as a freshman, including three starts. Lulu Echeverry started three games but played in every single contest for the Pride as a freshman. After providing depth at midfield in 2011, the East Meadow, NY, native will be looking to expand her role on the forward line. She had one assist and took eight shots in her rookie campaign. Scolarici could also be an answer at the forward position. She is the team’s leading returning scorer after striking for five goals and two assists while starting all 18 games as a freshman. Ingrid Moyer played in six games as a freshman, but is hoping to take a step up and earn more playing time in 2012. Freshman Leah Galton, who played high-level club soccer in her native Engand is also in the mix for playing time on the Pride’s front line.

Midfield The loss of Greene will be felt at forward, though Breen and Butts’ absence in the midfield will also be important to address. Kerns, who started all 18 games last season, mostly on defense, will slide up into a midfield role this season. The junior tallied two assists in 2011 and her experience will be counted on as Riddiough plans on using a young lineup at the position. Three freshmen – Chloe Dale, Jeannine Molleda and Jill Mullholland – all have a strong chance of starting for the Pride and all three bring strong credentials to the position. Dale was Player of the Year in each of the past two seasons at Merrist Wood College in England, while Molleda was a standout at Robinson Secondary School in Virginia. Mulholland is one of the most decorated scholastic players to don a Hofstra uniform, as she was an NSCAA All-American and New York State co-Player of the Year as a senior at MacArthur High School in Levittown, NY. Senior Nicki Choffel, junior Kerry Cummings and sophomore Erin Havard are also in the midfield rotation. Choffel saw action in five games last season. Cummings, who started 11 of the 12 games in which she played, will give the Pride a more defensive-minded look, while Havard provided a lift off the bench last season, appearing in 12 games as a reserve with one assist. Freshman Samantha Calvet, a four-time team Most Valuable Player at the New International School of Thailand, is also in the mix for playing time.

Defense The core of last year’s team returns with another year of valuable game experience. Staplehurst, Farriella and Bendernagel are all back from a defensive unit that allowed the fourth-fewest goals in the CAA last season and ended the regular season with three consecutive shutout wins. With Bendernagel the only starter from 2010 who returned last year, Staplehurst and Farriella all capitalized on the chance to earn more playing time.

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Bendernagel, who was a third team All-CAA selection last season, is the backbone of the Hofstra defensive unit and plays with a great deal of emotion that the rest of the team feeds off of. Farriella fortified the central defender position while Staplehurst used her speed on the outside, giving Hofstra an array of options to protect the goal area. Staplehurst also was a key offensive cog for the Pride as her six assists led the team. The trio will be joined by Dudley, who appeared in all 18 games (starting 12) at both forward and defense as a freshman. She notched four goals on just 21 shots, showing a flair for finding the net as her .190 shooting percentage was the highest of any Hofstra player who finished with multiple goals. The Pride could also see the back line supported by the arrival of freshman Lea Hinnen, who comes to Hofstra from Moehlin, Switzerland, where she played on the U17 and U19 Swiss National Teams. Though not a freshman, Amanda Heyde will be entering her first year with the soccer program after a four-year career as a goalie for Hofstra’s field hockey ruby staplehurst program. Heyde, who went 13-8 in her last year as the Pride’s goalie in field hockey, will now look to add depth as a defender. Havard and Cummings could also see action on defense this season as well.

Goalie Morphitis (14 starts) and Shuster (four starts) played every second in net for the Pride last season and both return this year. Now entering her junior year, Morphitis will try to hold on to her spot on top of

the depth chart after posting a 7-7 record with a 1.03 goals against average and four shutouts last season. Morphitis improved as the season progressed last year, posting three consecutive shutouts to cap the regular season while allowing only one goal in a loss to Delaware in the CAA Tournament. She allowed just one goal on 21 shots on net in her final four games, giving Hofstra hope she can carry that momentum into 2012. Shuster was solid in her five appearances, going 3-1 with a shutout against VCU. Lucy Gillett is also waiting in the wing to provide competition for playing time in goal.

Schedule Matchups against four teams that qualified for last season’s NCAA Tournament highlight the 2012 schedule. The Pride will play a challenging slate of games against 18 opponents that last year posted a collective 175-151-41 record. The Pride will face one of its toughest opponents in the season opener when they host Ohio State on Aug. 17. The Buckeyes advanced to the third round of last season’s national tournament before losing to No. 3 Duke in the round of 16. Games against Temple and Georgetown at James Madison will start a stretch of four consecutive contests at neutral sites. Hofstra will then face Colgate on Princeton’s campus before taking on NCAA qualifier Wake Forest on emily morphitis Sept. 1. The Demon Deacons were 18-4-4 last season. A road game at Marist on Sept. 9 will also pit the Pride against a national tournament team from 2011. Hofstra will then start the CAA portion of the schedule versus UNCW on the road on Sept. 20. The home opener in CAA play will take place against Georgia State on Sept. 23. Hofstra will also host Delaware, George Mason, Towson and Northeastern in league play. Road CAA games include matchups at James Madison, Drexel, ODU and against defending champion William and Mary.





Defense 5-7, Senior Smithtown, NY/ Smithtown West


Midfield 5-4, Senior Bellerose, NY/ Mary Louis Academy

Brooke Bendernagel Nicki Choffel Year GP G A Pts. 2009 9 0 0 0 2010 21 0 1 1 2011 18 0 0 0 Totals 40 0 1 1 Fifth season on the Hofstra Soccer roster, including one red-shirt year…Expected to start at center back again this season…2011: Third team All-Colonial Athletic Association…Started all 18 games on the Hofstra central defense…Led a defensive unit that posted six shutouts…Helped Hofstra post a plus-78 shot differential…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…2010: Played in and started 21 games…Tallied one assist in a win over Fordham…Took one shot…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…2009: Played in nine games, including three starts…Started three straight games for the Pride against Columbia, Delaware and Drexel…Helped the defense to a shutout of Drexel in her third start…Took two shots on the year….2008: Red-shirted and did not play…High School: Played on the Smithtown West High School soccer team for four seasons…Also ran track for three years…Helped the Bulls to back-to-back division championships in 2006 and 2007… Was a two-time all-conference selection… Personal: Plans to be an elementary school teacher after graduation…Lists Alex Rodriguez as her favorite athlete…Has one younger sister… Started playing soccer at age 5… Dual major in early childhood education and psychology.



Year GP G A Pts. 2008 8 0 0 0 2009 Medical red-shirt 2010 DNP - injured 2011 5 0 0 0 Totals 13 0 0 0

Fifth season on the Hofstra Soccer roster, including two seasons she missed in their entirety due to injuries…Was on the roster of the WPSL’s Long Island Fury in 2008 and again in 2010 and 2012…2011: Appeared in five games as a reserve… Tallied one shot…Contributed to a defensive unit that produced shutouts against Columbia and Albany…Recorded her lone shot (and shot on goal) versus Albany on Sept. 4…2010: Missed the year with a torn ACL suffered in the summer…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…2009: Missed the year with a torn ACL suffered in preseason, taking a medical redshirt…2008: Appeared in eight games off the bench for the Pride, primarily in the midfield…High School: Played on the Mary Louis soccer team in Jamaica Estates, New York for four years…Helped the Hilltoppers to Division B championships in 2005 and 2007…Was a four-time team Most Valuable Player… Earned her school’s scholar-athlete award as a senior…Earned the Queens Times Ledger Player of the Year honor in 2007… Personal: Has one older sister…Started playing soccer at age 4…Also recruited by Villanova, Delaware and Binghamton… Teaching of writing major.


Midfield/Defense 5-5, Junior Kansas City, MO/ St. Teresa’s Academy/ St. John’s

Kerry Cummings Year GP G A Pts. 2011 12 0 0 0 Second season on the Hofstra women’s soccer roster…Played for one season at St. John’s University before transferring…Can play either in the defensive midfield or central defense…2011: Played in 12 games, making 11 starts…Made an instant impact on defense, helping Hofstra shut out three opponents…Took seven shots…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award… At St. John’s: Appeared in nine games for the Red Storm in 2010, scoring one goal, which was a late game-winner in a 1-0 victory over Big East rival Seton Hall…High School: Played four years of soccer at St. Teresa’s Academy in Kansas City… Helped her team to a third place finish in the state championships as a sophomore…Earned team captain honors as a senior…Led club team (BVSC All-Stars) to seven straight state titles in Kansas…Personal: Has two brothers and one sister…Lists Wayne Rooney and Michael Jordan as her favorite athletes…”Rudy” is her favorite movie… Started playing soccer at age 5…Nicknamed “Bear”…”Decoded” is her favorite book…Has volunteered at homeless shelters in the Kansas City area and worked for Operation Breakthrough day care for inner city children…Health science major.


Defense 5-7, Junior Lake Grove, NY/ Sachem North

Brittany Farriella Year GP G A Pts. 2010 4 0 0 0 2011 18 1 0 2 Totals 22 1 0 2 Fourth season on the Hofstra Soccer roster, including one redshirt year…Coming off her first year as a starter and was a key member of a defensive unit that posted six shutouts…2011: Played and started all 18 games…Scored one goal and registered three shots…Member of a defensive group that held opponents to 22 goals in 18 games…Scored first career goal versus James Madison on Sept. 23…2010: Appeared in four games off the bench for the Pride…2009: Red-shirted and did not play… High School: Played five years of Soccer at Sachem North High School in Lake Ronkonkoma, New York, earning a spot on the varsity in eighth grade…Earned both All-County and All-League honors…Also played for four years in Long Island’s Olympic Development Program…Personal: Has an older sister, Krysten, who played goalie on the Hofstra Women’s Soccer team…Full name is Brittany Farriella…Lists Cristiano Ronaldo as her favorite athlete… Started playing soccer at age 4…Also recruited by Miami, Connecticut, Boston University and Loyola… Criminology major.




Midfield 5-2, Junior Chesapeake, VA/ Great Bridge


Tara Kerns Year GP G A Pts. 2010 21 0 1 1 2011 18 0 2 2 Totals 39 0 3 3 Third season on the Hofstra women’s soccer roster…Can play either outside back or defensive midfield…2011: Played and started all 18 games…Notched two assists in her first year as a starter…Took eight shots…Picked up her first point of the season and the second of her career when she assisted on Brittany Butts’ opening goal in a 5-0 win versus Albany on Sept. 4… Also assisted on Laura Green’s game-opening goal on Sept. 23 versus James Madison…Part of a defensive unit that shut out six opponents…Named to the New York City Classic AllTournament Team…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…2010: Appeared in 21 games for the Pride, primarily as a defender and defensive midfielder…Had one assist in a home win over Rhode Island…Took four shots…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…High School: Played for four years at Great Bridge High School in Chesapeake, Virginia…Led her squads to the district and regional tournaments in all four seasons…Was named the MVP of the Wildcats as both a freshman and senior…Was named the Southeastern District Player of the Year in 2010…Was also a first-team all-district and an all-Tidewater selection in 2010…Traveled to Russia with the Olympic Development Program (ODP) regional team in 2010… Also chosen to the National Honor Society as a senior…Personal: Has two older brothers…Played with the Virginia Rush soccer club…Nicknamed “T.K.”…Started playing soccer at age 6…Hopes to coach soccer after graduation…Has volunteered with TOPS Soccer, a community-based training program for young athletes with disabilities, and as a Wyldlife Youth Group leader…Physical education major.




Goalkeeper 5-6, Junior London, England/ Therfield

Emily Morphitis Year GP W-L-T Min. GA Svs. Sv.% 2010 18 7-1-0 869:40 10 18 .643 2011 14 7-7-0 1226:00 14 44 .758 Totals 32 14-8-0 2095:40 24 62 .720

GAA 1.03 1.03 1.03

Third season on the Hofstra women’s soccer roster…Coming off her first season as the starting goalkeeper…2011: Played and started 14 games…Posted a 7-7-0 record with four shutouts… Allowed just 14 goals on 146 shots faced…Finished with a .759 save percentage…Logged a 1.03 goals-against average in 1226:00 of playing time…Made two saves for her first shutout of the season in a 2-0 win versus Columbia on Sept. 2...Registered three consecutive CAA shutouts, blanking Georgia State, UNC Wilmington and Northeastern in succession to cap the regular season…Stopped all 12 shots on goal faced during the shutout stretch, which all came on the road…Made a career-high nine saves in a 1-0 loss versus Delaware in the CAA Tournament on Nov. 3…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…2010: Appeared in 18 games for the Pride, usually playing the second half while platooning at goalkeeper…Started three games…Had a 7-1 record in net, suffering only one loss on opening day against Boston College…Had a season-high three saves in wins over Delaware and Drexel…Had two second-half saves in a 1-0 win over James Madison…Combined on eight shutouts on the year…Had a .643 save percentage and a 1.03 goals against average…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…High School: Attended the Therfield School in Surrey, England…Played soccer for the Chelsea Ladies in Surrey, England, along with Hofstra classmates Amber Stobbs and Ruby Staplehurst…Has played for the England Under-19, Under-17 and Under-15 teams…Named to the Inner London Squad and the English Colleges Squad…Personal: Has an older sister and a younger brother…Lists David Beckham as her favorite athlete…Started playing soccer at age 7…Nicknamed “Morph”…Lists “Freedom Writers” as her favorite movie…Criminology major.


Goalkeeper 5-6, Junior Austin, TX/Cedar Park

Kylie Shuster Year GP W-L-T Min. GA Svs. Sv.% GAA 2009 5 0-0-1 156:03 0 11 1.000 0.00 2010 DNP-injured 2011 5 3-1-1 405:00 8 16 .667 1.78 Totals 10 3-1-2 561:03 8 27 .771 1.28 Fourth season on the Hofstra Soccer roster, including one medical red-shirt season…2011: Appeared in five games, making four starts… Faced 54 total shots and made 16 saves…Posted a 1.78 goals-against average…Went 3-1-0 with a shutout…Notched her second career shutout by making two saves in a 2-0 blanking over VCU on Sept. 25…Played the second half to combine with Morphitis on a shutout in a 5-0 win versus Albany on Sept. 4…Allowed just eight goals in 405:00 of playing time…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…2010: Injured her knee in the spring and took a medical red-shirt…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…2009: Appeared in five games for the Pride, including one start…Picked up a shutout with eight saves in her only start, a 0-0 tie with Georgia State, in which she made two key saves in overtime to help preserve the tie…Stopped all 11 shots she faced on the year in 156:03 of playing time…Came on in relief of a 2-1 win over UNC Wilmington in the closing minutes after an injury to starter Krysten Farriella and preserved the win…High School: Played four years on the Cedar Park (TX) High School team…Helped her teams to the district championship as a junior and to the district finals as a senior… Had 11 shutouts and a 0.38 goals against average in 2008…Was a first team all-district selection in each of her last three seasons… Was also a two-time district MVP, an all-region selection by the Texas Association of Soccer Coaches, and was named a High School Prime Time Player of the Year by ESPN as a senior… Was also an Academic All-Texas selection…Personal: Has two younger twin sisters…Lists David Beckham as her favorite athlete…Started playing soccer at age 4…Also recruited by Baylor, Stephen F. Austin, Rice and TCU…Chose Hofstra in part due to its communications school and internship opportunities… Speech communication and rhetorical studies major.


Defense 5-4, Junior London, England/ St. Thomas More

Ruby Staplehurst Year GP G A Pts. 2010 11 2 1 5 2011 18 0 6 6 Totals 29 2 7 11

Third season on the Hofstra women’s soccer roster…Can play either forward or outside back…2011: Played and started all 18 games…Tallied a team-leading six assists in her first season as a starter…Took eight shots…Twice logged games with multiple assists, including two assists at Harvard on Sept. 16 and another pair of helpers versus James Madison on Sept. 23 for four points in a two-game span…Also assisted on Courtney Breen’s goal versus Albany on Sept. 4…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…2010: Appeared in 11 games, while seeing time as both an outside defender and a forward…Had two goals and one assist…Scored her first collegiate goal on a breakaway in a 2-0 road win over VCU…Added a goal on a header in a win over George Mason…Assisted on a goal in a 4-1 win over Fordham…Took five shots…High School: Attended St. Thomas More Language College in London, England… Played soccer for the Chelsea Ladies in Surrey, England, along with Hofstra classmates Emily Morphitis and Amber Stobbs… Helped her squad to a league championship in 2009, as well as the County Cup…Personal: Has one brother…Lists David Beckham as her favorite athlete…Favorite book is “Angela’s Ashes”…Started playing soccer at age 7…Enjoys Indian food… Favorite movies are the “Toy Story” series…Journalism major.





Forward 5-2, Junior London, England/ Warlingham

Amber Stobbs Year GP G A Pts. 2010 17 2 1 5 2011 4 0 1 1 Totals 21 2 2 6 Third season on the Hofstra women’s soccer roster… Expected to challenge for a starting spot at forward or outside midfield…2011: Played in four games, making three starts before missing rest of season due to injury…Tallied one assist… Took seven shots…Assisted on Laura Greene’s first goal versus Albany on Sept. 4…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…2010: Appeared in 17 games, including three starts… Had two goals and one assist… Scored the game’s first goal in the second half of a 2-1 win over Drexel… Had a goal in a 5-0 win over George Mason to give the Pride a 2-0 lead just before halftime, helping her earn CAA Rookie of the Week honors on Oct. 11…Assisted on a goal in a win over Towson… Suffered a late-season injury that kept her out of the line-up for over three weeks…Took 16 shots…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…High School: Attended the Warlingham School in Warlingham, England… Also played for the Chelsea Ladies F.C., along with Hofstra classmates Emily Morphitis and Ruby Staplehurst…Was a scholastic sprinter while at Warlingham, competing in the 100 and 200 meter events…Personal: Has an older brother…Lists David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo her favorite athletes… Lists the “Toy Story” series as her favorite movies and the “Twilight” series as her favorite books… Nicknamed “Stobzy”… Started playing soccer at age 6…Psychology major.




defense 5-3 Sophomore Grasonville, MD/ Kent Island

Caylin Dudley Year GP G A Pts. 2011 18 4 0 8 Second season on the Hofstra women’s soccer roster…2011: Made an immediate impact as a freshman, playing in all 18 games, including 12 starts…Scored four goals, marking the fourth-highest total on the team…Took 21 shots…Out of the Hofstra players with multiple goals, she posted the highest shooting percentage at .190…Scored her first career goal versus Columbia on Sept. 2…Scored her first CAA goal and first career game-winner in a 1-0 victory over VCU on Sept. 25… Notched her first career two-goal game, providing Hofstra’s only offense in a 3-2 loss at Delaware on Oct. 2…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…High School: Played for four seasons at Kent Island High School…Earned first-team AllBayside honors all four years…Was a three-time team MVP… Scored 15 goals and 11 assists as a sophomore, 16 goals and 10 assists as a junior and 18 goals and 14 assists as a senior…Was named the League Player of the Year as a senior, when she led the conference in both goals and assists…Earned the Maryland State Merit Scholastic Award for academic achievement…Personal: Has one brother and one sister…Spent the summer of 2011 playing for the ASA Chesapeake Charge in the Women’s Premier Soccer League, helping her team to the Eastern Conference Championship…Lists “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen as her favorite book… Started playing soccer at age 4… Accounting major.


Forward 5-5, Sophomore East meadow, ny/ east meadow

Lulu Echeverry Year GP G A Pts. 2011 18 0 1 1

Second season on the Hofstra women’s soccer roster…Can play either forward or an attacking midfield role…2011: Played an invaluable role as a freshman, appearing in all 18 games, including three starts…Recorded one assist…Took eight shots… Picked up her first career point by assisting on Laura Greene’s first goal in a 2-1 CAA win versus Drexel on Sept. 29…Made her first career start versus Old Dominion on Oct. 16…High School: Played for four seasons at East Meadow High School… Was an all-county selection as a senior, as well as second team All-New York State…Also an all-conference selection as a junior and senior…Helped her team to two Nassau County finals as a sophomore and senior, and a semifinals appearance as s junior… Also ran on the track team, earning all-county honors in the steeplechase, and played on the badminton team as a senior…Was on the honor roll every semester…Personal: Full name is Luisa Echeverry…Born in Cali, Colombia…Has one sister…Lists Lionel Messi, Wayne Rooney and Marta as her favorite athletes… “Nineteen Minutes” by Jodi Picoult is her favorite book…Hopes to continue playing soccer after graduation...Started playing soccer at age 5…Exercise science major.


Goalkeeper 5-10, Sophomore Rockville Centre, NY/ South SidE

Lucy Gillett Second season on the Hofstra women’s soccer roster…2011: Did not play…High School: Played for two seasons on the soccer team at South Side High School in Rockville Centre, New York, one of the top scholastic programs in the country…Also played on the lacrosse team for two years…Was a high honor roll selection and a member of the national honor society… Personal: Has two brothers…Lists Hope Solo as her favorite athlete…Hopes to coach soccer after graduation…Physical education major.

Caylin Dudley is interviewed by FiOS Sports after her goal gave the Pride a 1-0 win over VCU on September 25.




Midfield/defense 5-7, Sophomore Fairfax, VA/ W.T. Woodson


Erin Havard


Forward 5-7, Sophomore Scottsdale, AZ/ Desert Mountain

Anya Koren

Year GP G A Pts. 2011 12 0 1 1

Year GP G A Pts. 2011 10 1 2 4

Second season on the Hofstra women’s soccer roster…2011: Played in 12 games as a reserve…Registered one assist…Took seven shots…Made college debut versus TCU on Sept. 11… Recorded first career point by assisting on Courtney Breen’s goal in a CAA Win at UNC Wilmington on Oct. 23…High School: Played on the varsity team at W.T. Woodson for four years…Scored the game-winning goal to help the Cavaliers win the Northern Region championship as a senior…Also helped her squad to a district championship as a junior…Alldistrict selection as a junior and senior and a team captain as a senior…Member of the national honors society…Also played club soccer for 10 years with McLean Azul, helping her team to six Virginia State Cup championships (2005-09, 2011)… Personal: Has one brother and one sister, who was a swimmer at East Carolina…Five-year member of the Virginia Olympic Development Program, helping her team to a third-place finish in the 2009 national championships… Lists Brett Favre and Steve Nash as her favorite athletes…Started playing soccer at age 5…Chose Hofstra in part for its business program and its proximity to New York City… Finance major.

Second season on the Hofstra women’s soccer roster…2011: Played in 10 games, making three starts as a freshman…Scored one goal and added two assists for four points…Took 26 shots… Made college debut versus Fairfield on Aug. 26…Started first college game versus Texas Tech on Sept. 9…Picked up first career point by assisting on Caylin Dudley’s goal in a win over Columbia on Sept. 2…Also notched an assist versus Harvard on Sept. 16…Scored first career goal in a CAA win at Georgia State on Oct. 21…High School: Played for three seasons on the Desert Mountain High School team, missing her junior year… Tallied 33 goals and 12 assists as a senior while helping to lead her team to the state quarterfinals…Was named to the Arizona All-State teams, as well as the All-Desert Valley, All-Region, and All-Tribune teams…Was listed as one of the Top 20 Players to Watch in the Rocky Mountain region by Top Drawer Soccer… Had 13 goals and 12 assists as a sophomore, and 12 goals and 11 assists as a freshman…Personal: Has one sister…Born in San Jose, California…Played on the SC Del Sol club team, which has won Arizona state championships eight times…Lists Cristiano Ronaldo, Didier Drogba, Thierry Henry and LeBron James as her favorite athletes…Starting playing soccer at age 3…Hopes to get a job in sports marketing after graduation… Chose Hofstra in part for its business/ marketing programs… Coaches soccer for the Special Olympics for four years…Undecided major.



Forward 5-8, Sophomore Souderton, PA/ Souderton Area


Ingrid Moyer

19 Forward 5-3, Sophomore Aldie, VA/Freedom

Sam Scolarici

Year GP G A Pts. 2011 6 0 0 0

Year GP G A Pts. 2011 18 5 2 12

Second season on the Hofstra women’s soccer roster…Attended Eastern University in Pennsylvania for a year, but did not play soccer…Played the summer of 2011 for the Buxmont Torch FC of the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL)…2011: Appeared in six games as a reserve…Took one shot…Made college debut versus Columbia on Sept. 2…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…High School: Played for four seasons at Souderton Area High School, where she graduated in 2010… Started all four years…Helped lead team to only its second playoff appearance in school history as a junior, when she led the team in scoring and was an all-conference selection…Also was a member of the Eastern Pennsylvania ODP program for four years, and played for the FC Bucks Fusion club team… Also participated on the diving team for one year, qualifying for districts…Personal: Has one brother and one sister…Sister plays soccer at Lafayette…Lists Mia Hamm as her favorite athlete…Started playing soccer at age four…Nickamed “Ingie”… “Mind Gym: An Athlete’s Guide To Inner Excellence” by Gary Mack is her favorite book…Undecided major.

Second season on the Hofstra women’s soccer roster…2011: All Colonial Athletic Association Rookie Team member… Started all 18 games as a freshman...Finished third on the team with five goals while adding two points for 12 points…One of just three Hofstra players with double-digit point totals…Needed just 18 shots on goal to score five times…Scored first career goal at Texas Tech on Sept. 9…Scored first career CAA goal at Towson on Oct. 7…Netted a key goal in a 2-1 win over Old Dominion on Oct. 16…Registered first career multi-goal game in regular season finale at Northeastern on Oct. 28…Received CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award…High School: Played at Freedom High School in South Riding, Virginia for four years… First team all-district and second team all-region selection as a senior…Helped her team to a 13-4-1 record her senior year, the school’s best-ever record…Second team All-Met selection by the Washington Post as a senior…Was an all-region selection for four years, including the only freshman chosen in 2007, when she was a team MVP…Scored a goal in the 2009 U.S. Youth Soccer ODP national championships to help Virginia to a third-place finish… Personal: Has one younger brother…Lists Lionel Messi has her favorite athlete…Nicknamed “Sammy”…Started playing soccer at age 7…Chose Hofstra for its atmosphere and its women’s soccer program…Journalism major.




25 Defense 5-3, Senior Somers, NY/Somers


Midfield 5-7, Freshman Bangkok, Thailand/ New International School of Thailand

Amanda Heyde

Samantha Calvet

First season on the Hofstra’s women’s soccer roster…Played four years of field hockey with the Pride as a goalie…Finished her field hockey career with 360 saves to place eighth on Hofstra’s all-time career list…Posted 13 wins in 2011, tying for the secondmost in the regular season in school history…Compiled 34 career wins…Notched four career shutouts…High School: Played four years of field hockey at Somers High School in Lincolndale, New York...Was a National Field Hockey Coaches Association second team high school All-American and All-North Region selection as a senior...Earned Journal News and North County News All-Star accolades...Named all-state, all-section and allleague in 2007 and all-section and all-league in 2006...Holds school record with 42 career shutouts...Helped the Hudson Valley Region win gold medals in field hockey at the Empire State Games in 2005, 2006 and 2007... Personal: Has three sisters... Oldest sister, Melissa, played field hockey at SUNY-Cortland and won a Division II National Championship in 2001...Older sister, Kristen, played field hockey at Siena and holds the Saint’s career saves mark...Hobbies include playing soccer and lacrosse...Began playing field hockey at age 13...Member of the SADD Club and the Environmental Club in high school and also is a youth soccer trainer...Plans to become a physical education teacher...Physical education major.

High School: Played soccer, basketball and softball at the New International School of Thailand…Named her team’s MVP for four consecutive seasons…Earned four consecutive Athlete of the Year awards for the Falcons…Served as a team captain for her soccer, basketball and softball teams in her senior season… Personal: Lists Hope Solo as her favorite athlete…Has one older brother…Exercise science major.


Midfield 5-6, Freshman Birmingham, United Kingdom/Langley Secondary/Merrist Wood College

Chloe Dale Previous College: Played two seasons of soccer for Merrist Wood College in Guildford, England…Won Player of the Year in both 2011 and 2012…Helped her team to the Chelsea Reserves League title in 2011 and the County Cup and Subsidary Cup in 2012…High School: Played soccer and ran cross country for Langley Secondary School in Birmingham, United Kingdom… Won the Role of Honor award as a senior…Ran 800m/1500m for five years…Personal: Started playing soccer at age 7…Lists Jack Wilshere as her favorite athlete…Has one younger brother… Undecided major.




Forward 5-7, Freshman Harrogate, England/ St. John Fishers


Midfield 5-2, Freshman Clifton, VA/Robinson Secondary

Leah Galton

Jeannine Molleda

High School: Competed in soccer, cross country and athletics at St. John Fishers Catholic High School in Harrogate, England… Helped cross country team to a national championship in 2006… Played club soccer for the Leeds United Ladies FC…Was a member of the England U15, U17 and U19 squads…Personal: Has two sisters…Nicknamed “Galts”…Lists Jess Enis and Lionel Messi as her favorite athletes…Names “Boy in the Striped Pajamas” as her favorite book…Undecided major.

High School: Played on the Robinson Secondary School’s varsity soccer team for four seasons in Fairfax, Virginia…Also ran track for two years…Helped the Rams to a district title and an appearance in the regional finals as a sophomore…Was named to the Elite Clubs National League All-Event Team… Personal: Lists Sergio Ramos as her favorite athlete…Has one older brother…Started playing soccer at age 5…Athletic training major.


Defense 5-7, Freshman Moehlin, Switzerland/ Gymnasium Baumlihof


Midfield 5-5, Freshman Levittown, NY/ MacArthur

Lea Hinnen

Jill Mulholland

High School: Attended Gymnasium Baumlihof in Basel, Switzerland…Is a 2011 graduate…Played club soccer with FC Moehlin, FC Basel and FC Yverdon-Feminin…Also a member of the U17 and U19 Swiss Women’s National Teams…Helped her U19 team to the semifinals of the European Championship in Italy…Captained the U18 FC Basel from 2007 to 2009…Selected to Regional Talent’s Team from 2006 to 2009…Was one of the youngest players to compete in National League A, Switzerland’s top league, in 2009…Graduated in the top 15 of her class… Personal: Has one brother and one sister…Hobbies include reading, sports and spending time with family and friends…Lists hip hop and electronic music as her favorite genre’s…Nicknamed “Lane”…Began playing soccer at age 11…Sociology major.

Played on the Long Island Fury (WPSL) this past summer…High School: Played soccer at MacArthur High School in Levittown, New York, for four years…Member of the varsity soccer state championship team in 2011…Also helped the Generals to Nassau County and Long Island title…Earned NSCAA All-America accolades and was named the New York Class AA Co-Player of the Year as a senior…Named Nassau County finals MVP…Posted 17 goals and 11 assists on the season…Earned three all-county selections in her final three seasons…Was a two-time All Long Island selection…Personal: Lists Dan Girardi as her favorite athlete…Has two brothers…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



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.

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 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.



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. 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.


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. 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

Marie Siler Athletic Trainer




he Hofstra Soccer team is quite active in the Long island soccer community. The team conducts several clinics each year, working in conjunction with Big Brothers/ Big Sisters of Long Island, the Uniondale Police Athletic League and the Town of North Hempstead. The Pride is also active in area schools, participating in the Read Across America program at the Jackson Main Elementary School in Hempstead, New York, and Reading with Pride initiative at other local schools. In addition to their on-field and classroom work within the community, Hofstra Soccer players also take part in charity fund raising events such as Alex’s Lemonade Stand and the Colleluori Lacrosse Classic to benefit the HEADstrong Foundation, as well as volunteer with the Special Olympics. The team also takes part in food drives in conjunction with Hofstra’s StudentAthlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and partners with organizations such as Long Island Cares and The Interfaith Nutrition Network (INN).

SERGIO VILLANUEVA SCHOLARSHIP FUND The FDNY Soccer Club and Hofstra alumnus Jonathan Kanovsky (‘86) have created a scholarship fund at Hofstra University in memory of firefighter Sergio Villanueva, who was among those who perished on September 11, 2001. This soccer scholarship will assist a deserving Hofstra University student-athlete in pursuing their goal of a college education. The recipient will demonstrate the work ethic, integrity, discipline and courage that exemplified Sergio’s life. To get more information or to donate to the fund go to or contact the Hofstra University Office of Development at (516) 463-5542.





he Hofstra Soccer Teams play at the Hofstra University Soccer Stadium, located on the University’s north campus, adjacent to the David S. Mack Physical Education Center. The Stadium, constructed in 2003 through a partnership with the New York Jets, features a 120-yard by 74-yard FieldTurf surface, stadium lighting, metal bleachers the length of the field, the Gorman Memorial Gateway and the Hofstra Soccer Walls of Honor. In 2009 a new press box was installed. In addition, signs commemorating Hofstra’s conference championships, NCAA Tournament appearances and retired jerseys are displayed on the west end of the stadium. Since its’ opening, the Pride is 56-15-6 at the Stadium. The FieldTurf system, which was installed by Landtek of Amityville, New York, replicates a natural grass surface, but offers the durability and cost benefits of synthetic fields. FieldTurf is a safe alternative, resulting in a documented reduction of sports injuries. The sand and rubber infill system is the biggest technical development that the sport surfacing industry has seen in the last 25 years. This patented technology sets FieldTurf apart from all other sports surfaces. In June 2001 the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the worldwide governing body for the sport of soccer, gave its official recommendation to the artificial grass FieldTurf installation at Boston University’s Nickerson Field for international competition and domestic league play. The historic ruling, the first and only certification of an artificial surface in the world at this time, means that venues with FieldTurf can be used for all preliminary competition matches for the FIFA World Cup and Olympic Football Tournaments as well as for professional league play. There have been more than 500 FieldTurf installations worldwide in recent years. The facility is lit with a system from the Iowa-based Musco Lighting Company. Musco is recognized as a world-class leader in sports lighting with lighting systems installed around the globe. A leader in developing sports-lighting technology – including solutions for permanent and temporary lighting, and sports facility management – Musco offers innovative systems, a comprehensive package of services, and decades of experience. Working with organizations such as Amateur Softball Association, Babe Ruth League, Disney, England and Wales Cricket Board, Little League Baseball®, Major League Baseball, NASCAR, and the NBA, Musco has played a key role in developing guidelines for safe, efficient sports facilities. Musco is a Major Partner with the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA); provides the Official Sports-Lighting System for Little League Baseball and was selected to light Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex — a state-of-the-art 200-acre complex with facilities for more than 30 sports. The facility is outfitted with a seating system from the Southern Bleacher Company of Graham, Texas. Since 1946, Southern Bleacher has set the standard of excellence in the design and manufacturing of sports stadiums and entertainment venues. Southern Bleacher products grace professional baseball diamonds and soccer fields, college campuses, school districts, NASCAR tracks and rodeo arenas across the United States. The Hofstra Soccer Stadium served as the home site of first round Men’s NCAA Tournament games in 2005 and 2006, as well as hosting numerous high school playoff contests. The stadium also served as the practice field for the Jets during their public preseason camp workouts until the team moved its headquarters from Hofstra in 2008.



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.

MACK SPORTS COMPLEX WEIGHT ROOM Hofstra Soccer 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.

THE GORMAN MEMORIAL GATEWAY The Gorman Memorial Gateway, named in honor of former Hofstra Soccer player Frank Gorman, who died tragically on January 5, 2003, was officially dedicated on Sunday, September 17, 2006. The Gorman Memorial Gateway project included a gated entrance to the Hofstra Soccer Stadium and ticket windows, as well as a Hofstra Men’s and Women’s Soccer Walls of Fame, the Sergio Villanueva Memorial Garden and a picnic area behind the east side goal. Future plans include alumni bleachers behind the east goal. Donors to the Gorman Memorial Gateway Fund have their names inscribed on a plaque at the Gateway entrance to the Hofstra University Soccer Stadium.



2011 STATISTICS AND RESULTS Overall: 10-8 Conference: 6-5 No. Name GP-GS 5 Laura Greene 18-18 21 Courtney Breen 18-18 19 Sam Scolarici 18-18 23 Caylin Dudley 18-12 7 Ruby Staplehurst 18-18 25 Brittany Butts 17-17 11 Anya Koren 10-3 16 Erin Breen 12-4 10 Britt Farriella 18-18 2 Tara Kerns 18-18 14 Lulu Echeverry 18-3 9 Amber Stobbs 4-3 8 Erin Havard 12-0 12 Kerry Cummings 12-11 6 Ingrid Moyer 6-0 3 Nicki Choffel 5-0 22 Danielle Murino 2-1 15 Brooke Bendernagel 18-18 1 Emily Morphitis 15-14 Total 18 Opponents 18

Home: 3-3 G A 13 4 6 4 5 2 4 0 0 6 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 25 22 23

Away: 5-3 Pts. S 30 79 16 43 12 39 8 21 6 8 5 14 4 26 3 8 2 3 2 8 1 8 1 7 1 7 0 7 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 91 280 67 202

Neutral: 2-2 S% .165 .140 .128 .190 .000 .143 .038 .125 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .118 .109

GW 4 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 8

PK-ATT 1-1 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 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1

Goalkeeping No. Name GP-GS 1 Emily Morphitis 14-14 0 Kylie Shuster 5-4 TM Team 0-0 Total 18 Opponents 18

Min. 1226:00 405:00 0:00 1631:00 1631:00

GA 14 8 0 22 33

Avg. 1.03 1.78 0.00 1.21 1.82

Svs. 44 16 1 61 100

Pct. .759 .667 1.000 .735 .752

W 7 3 0 10 8

L 7 1 0 8 10

Goals Hofstra Opponents

1 2 OT Tot. Corner Kicks 1 2 OT Tot. 18 14 1 33 Hofstra 41 42 0 83 10 11 1 22 Opponents 26 25 1 52

Shots Hofstra Opponents

1 2 OT Tot. Saves 138 141 1 280 Hofstra 90 108 4 202 Opponents

1 2 OT Tot. 28 32 1 61 46 54 0 100

2011 Results Date Opponent W/L Score Att. Aug. 26 Fairfield L 0-1 558 Sept. 02 vs. Columbia W 2-0 712 Sept. 04 vs. Albany W 5-0 427 Sept. 09 at Texas Tech W (OT) 2-1 1195 Sept. 11 vs. TCU L 0-1 163 Sept. 16 at Harvard W 5-4 267 Sept. 23 James Madison* L (OT) 3-4 308 Sept. 25 VCU* W 1-0 283 Sept. 29 Drexel* W 2-1 285 Oct. 02 at Delaware* L 2-3 150 Oct. 07 at Towson* L 2-3 277 Oct. 09 at George Mason* L 0-1 482 Oct. 14 #23 William and Mary* L 0-1 513 Oct. 16 Old Dominion* W 2-1 209 Oct. 21 at Georgia State* W 2-0 252 Oct. 23 at UNC Wilmington* W 2-0 295 Oct. 28 at Northeastern* W 3-0 63 Nov. 03 vs. Delaware^ L 0-1 172 *Colonial Athletic Association game ^CAA Championship




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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.



2011 CAA REVIEW Women’s Soccer Standings and Statistics CAA OVERALL W L T Pts. W L T Pct. #William and Mary 10 1 0 30 VCU 6 2 3 21 George Mason 5 3 3 18 Delaware 5 3 3 18 Hofstra 6 5 0 18 Northeastern 5 5 1 16 James Madison 5 5 1 16 Drexel 4 4 3 15 Georgia State 4 6 1 13 Towson 4 7 0 12 Old Dominion 3 7 1 10 UNC Wilmington 1 10 0 3

17 3 2 .818 9 8 4 .524 8 6 6 .550 10 7 4 .571 10 8 0 .556 9 10 2 .476 8 8 3 .500 6 8 5 .447 7 12 1 .375 9 10 0 .474 6 11 2 .368 3 16 0 .158

# - CAA Champion

2011 Colonial Athletic Association All-Conference Teams First Team Second Team F- Laura Greene, Hofstra F- Ali Miller, Delaware F- Veronica Napoli, Northeastern F- Amy Pickard, Delaware M- Courtney Breen, Hofstra M- Cortlyn Bristol, W&M M-Mallory Schaffer, W&M D- Kelly Matthews, Northeastern D- Karol Sanchez, VCU D- Diana Weigel, W&M GK- Kristin Carden, VCU

F- Jewel Evans, Georgia State F- Tiana Kallenberger, George Mason F- Lauren Wilson, James Madison M- Zania Barnum, George Mason M- Lisa Bernardini, Old Dominion M- Brittany Butts, Hofstra M- Cristin Granados, VCU D- Emily Fredrikson, W&M D- Elizabeth Matta, Drexel D- Becky Sparks, James Madison GK- Eve Badana, Drexel


Third Team All-Rookie Team F- Courtney Conrad, VCU F- Maren Johansen, VCU F- Jenna Lindsay, Drexel F- Emory Camper, W&M F- Greta Samuelsdottir, Northeastern M- Cristin Granados, VCU F- Cheyenne Skidmore, Towson M- Sam Scolarici, Hofstra M- Tania Domingos Delaware D- Paige Babel, George Mason M- Chelsea Duffy, Delaware D- Emily Fredrikson, W&M M- Stephanie Rose Jr., UNCW D- Shannon Rano, James Madison D- Brooke Bendernagel Hofstra D- Sofia Reed, Towson D- Victoria Johnson, Old Dominion GK- Eva Badana, Drexel D- Mary Kate Lowry, George Mason GK- Paige Burnett, Northeastern GK- Paige Burnett, Northeastern PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Mallory Schaffer, W&M DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Karol Sanchez, VCU ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Cristin Granados, VCU COACH OF THE YEAR: John Daly, W&M; Tiffany Roberts Sahaydak and Tim Sahaydak, VCU




Team Statistics Points ## Team 1 William & Mary 2 Delaware 3 George Mason 4 Hofstra 5 Towson 6 James Madison 7 Georgia State 8 Old Dominion 9 Northeastern 10 VCU 11 Drexel 12 UNC Wilmington

Individual Statistics GP 22 21 20 18 19 19 20 19 21 21 19 19

No. 163 108 94 91 90 89 78 77 75 64 47 32

Avg 7.41 5.14 4.70 5.06 4.74 4.68 3.90 4.05 3.57 3.05 2.47 1.68

Goals ## Team 1 William & Mary 2 Delaware 3 Hofstra 4 Towson George Mason 6 Georgia State 7 Northeastern 8 James Madison Old Dominion 10 VCU 11 Drexel 12 UNC Wilmington

GP 22 21 18 19 20 20 21 19 19 21 19 19

G 53 37 33 31 31 29 28 27 27 24 16 12

GPG 2.41 1.76 1.83 1.63 1.55 1.45 1.33 1.42 1.42 1.14 0.84 0.63

Assists ## Team 1 William and Mary 2 James Madison 3 Delaware 4 George Mason 5 Towson 6 Hofstra 7 Old Dominion 8 Georgia State 9 Northeastern 10 VCU 11 Drexel 12 UNC Wilmington

GP 22 19 21 20 19 18 19 20 21 21 19 19

A 57 35 34 32 28 25 23 20 19 16 15 8

APG 2.59 1.84 1.62 1.60 1.47 1.39 1.21 1.00 0.90 0.76 0.79 0.42

Goals Against Average ## Team 1 VCU 2 William and Mary 3 Drexel 4 Delaware 5 Hofstra 6 James Madison 7 George Mason 8 Georgia State 9 Northeastern 10 UNC Wilmington 11 Towson 12 Old Dominion

GP GA 21 15 22 17 19 20 21 25 18 22 19 25 20 28 20 34 21 34 19 34 19 37 19 47

Min. GAA 2003:07 0.67 2021:32 0.76 1817:56 0.99 1968:44 1.14 1631:00 1.21 1782:09 1.26 1937:18 1.30 1955:34 1.56 1947:33 1.57 1730:17 1.77 1746:43 1.91 1750:00 2.42

Scoring ## Name, School GP G A Pts. PPG 1 Schaffer, Mallory- W&M 22 17 6 40 1.82 2 Greene, Laura- HU 18 13 4 30 1.67 3 Miller, Ali- UD 21 14 2 30 1.43 4 Skidmore, Cheyenne- TU 19 8 9 25 1.32 5 Pickard, Amy- UD 21 10 7 27 1.29 6 Napoli, Veronica- NU 21 10 6 26 1.24 7 Wilson, Lauren- JMU 19 8 6 22 1.16 8 Rutter, Dani- W&M 22 7 11 25 1.14 9 Bennett, Sarah- GSU 19 9 3 21 1.11 Banes, Emily- TU 19 8 5 21 1.11 Goals ## Name, School 1 Schaffer, Mallory- W&M 2 Miller, Ali- UD 3 Greene, Laura- HU 4 Pickard, Amy- UD Napoli, Veronica- NU 6 Bennett, Sarah- GSU Evans, Jewel- GSU 8 Skidmore, Cheyenne- TU Wilson, Lauren- JMU Banes, Emily-TU Samuelsdottir, Greta- NU

GP 22 21 18 21 21 19 20 19 19 19 19

G 17 14 13 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 8

GPG 0.77 0.67 0.72 0.48 0.48 0.47 0.45 0.42 0.42 0.42 0.42

Assists ## Name, School 1 Rutter, Dani- W&M 2 Skidmore, Cheyenne- TU Bristol, Cortlyn- W&M 4 Kallenberger, Tiana- GMU 5 Pickard, Amy- UD Camper, Emory- W&M 7 Staplehurst, Ruby- HU Sparks, Becky- JMU Bernardini, Lisa- ODU Wilson, Lauren- JMU

GP 22 19 22 20 21 22 18 18 19 19

A 11 9 9 8 7 7 6 6 6 6

APG 0.50 0.47 0.41 0.40 0.33 0.32 0.33 0.33 0.32 0.32

Goalkeeping (Min. 60 percent of games played) ## Name, School GP GA Min. GAA 1 Carden, Kristin- VCU 21 15 1991:1 0.68 2 Young, Katherine- W&M 22 17 2011:4 0.76 3 Badana, Eve- DU 17 12 1322:5 0.82 4 Morphitis, Emily- HU 14 14 1226:0 1.03 5 Hokanson, Lyndse- GMU 19 17 1471:1 1.04 6 Stemler, Breanna- UD 21 25 1923:4 1.17 7 Courter, Kate- JMU 18 22 1647:0 1.20 8 Burnett, Paige- NU 21 34 1935:4 1.58 9 Collins, Kellianne- GSU 14 23 1258:1 1.65 10 Hunter, Caitlin- UNCW 17 30 1531:5 1.76




Becky Wachsberger NSCAA All-America Sue Weber - 2005, 2007 Brooke DeRosa - 2007 Tiffany Yovino - 2010 NSCAA All-Region Selections Christa Eidenweil - 1999, 2000 Becky Wachsberger - 2003, 2004, 2005 Dolores Deasley - 2003 Elaine O’Connor - 2003 Marie Curtin - 2004, 2005, 2008 Emma Kilduff - 2004 Edel Malone - 2005, 2007, 2008 Sue Weber - 2005, 2006, 007 Brooke DeRosa - 2007 Jess Crankshaw - 2007, 2008 Tiffany Yovino - 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Salma Tarik - 2009, 2010 Courtney Breen - 2009, 2010 Diane Caldwell - 2009 Brittany Butts - 2010

Diane Caldwell


Sue Weber

All-Conference All-Colonial Athletic Association Marisa Pistone - 2001, 2003 Elaine O’Connor - 2002, 2003 Charity Schmitt - 2002, 2003 Dolores Deasley -2002, 2003 Becky Wachsberger - 2003, 2004, 2005 Elyse Bizzozzaro - 2003 Marie Curtin - 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008 Emma Kilduff - 2004 Brigit Canle - 2004 Amber Albrecht - 2005 Sue Weber - 2005, 2006, 2007 Edel Malone - 2005, 2007, 2008 Brooke DeRosa - 2007 Jess Crankshaw - 2007, 2008, 2009 Tiffany Yovino - 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Courtney Breen - 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Salma Tarik - 2009, 2010 Diane Caldwell - 2009 Brittany Butts - 2010, 2011 Dana Bergstron - 2010 Laura Greene - 2011 Brooke Bendermagel - 2011

Brooke DeRosa


Tiffany Yovino All-Colonial Athletic Association Rookie Jill Lipari - 2006 Diane Caldwell - 2006 Tiffany Yovino - 2007 Courtney Breen - 2008 Brittany Butts - 2008 Amy Turner - 2009 Emily Morphitis - 2010 Amber Stobbs - 2010 Sam Scolarici - 2011 All-America East Heather Kain - 1998 Allyson Pullano - 1999 Joanne Chillingsworth - 1999 Christa Eidenweil - 1999, 2000 Tracy Naughton - 1999, 2000 Penny Stansfield - 2000 Jerilyn Marinan - 2000 Dolores Deasley - 2000, 2001 Marisa Pistone - 2001

Elaine O’Connor

Retired Jerseys Sue Weber #20 Tiffany Yovino #18

Professional Players Sue Weber 2009 member of the Boston Breakers of Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) 2008 W-League Defender of the Year with the Long Island Rough Riders Brooke DeRosa 2008 Long Island Rough Riders Chrissy Arnone

Jill Lipari Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year Tiffany Yovino - 2010 Colonial Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Year Dolores Deasley - 2003 Sue Weber - 2005, 2006, 2007 Jess Crankshaw - 2008 Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Year Jacki Pollaro - 2003 Marie Curtin - 2004 Edel Malone - 2005 Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year JoAnne Russell - 2002, 2006 Simon Riddiough - 2010

Jacki Pollaro

Elaine O’Connor 2008 Long Island Rough Riders

Colonial Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete of the Year Sue Weber - 2006, 2007 Dana Bergstrom - 2010 ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America Chrissy Arnone - 2005 Sue Weber - 2007 Dana Bergstrom - 2010 Tiffany Yovino - 2010 ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District Sue Weber - 2006 Liz Guise - 2007 Dana Bergstrom - 2010 Tiffany Yovino - 2010 NSCAA Scholar-All-America Sue Weber - 2006, 2007 Jess Crankshaw - 2008 Tiffany Yovino - 2009, 2010

Dana Bergstrom

Edel Malone

Jess Crankshaw




Goalkeeper Saves 1) Joanne Chillingsworth 2) Christie Klouse 3) Christie Klouse 4) Kristine Winchester 4) Becky Wachsberger 6) Becky Wachsberger 6) Becky Wachsberger 8) Krystal Robens 8) Krystal Robens 10) Krysten Farriella

Goals 1) Carlene Wawrzonek 2) Brooke DeRosa 2) Suzanne Newell 4) Christa Eidenweil 4) Laura Greene 6) Tiffany Yovino 6) Salma Tarik 6) Suzanne Newell 9) Jerilyn Marinan 9) Allyson Pullano 9) Chrissy Arnone 9) Salma Tarik

17 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 10 10 10 10

1994 2007 1994 2000 2011 2010 2010 1996 1997 1999 2005 2009

12 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7

1994 2010 2002 2007 1998 1998 2000 2009 2010 1996 2000 2004 2005

Suzanne Newell


1998 1995 1997 2001 2005 2003 2004 2007 2008 2009

Single Game Records

Goals: (4) Suzanne Newell vs. Central Connecticut, 10/5/96 Assists: (3) Kara Ahlfeld vs. Siena, 10/14/94; Heather Kain vs. Marist, 9/9/98; Audra Sherman vs. Eastern Michigan, 8/30/02; Dana Bergstrom vs. George Mason, 10/8/10 Points: (9) Suzanne Newell vs. Central Connecticut, 10/5/96 Saves: (21) Joanne Chillingsworth vs. Hartford, 10/23/98

Assists 1) Kara Ahlfeld 2) Dana Bergstrom 2) Elaine O’Connor 4) Jess Crankshaw 4) Jerilyn Marinan 6) Heather Kain 6) Jerilyn Marinan 6) Laura Greene 9) Laura Greene 9) Suzanne Newell 9) Elaine O’Connor 9) Emma Kilduff 9) Marie Curtin

98 89 88 81 81 76 76 72 72 71

Salma Tarik

Points 1) Carlene Wawrzonek 2) Suzanne Newell 3) Brooke DeRosa 4) Suzanne Newell 5) Laura Greene 6) Kara Ahlfeld 7) Christa Eidenweil 7) Salma Tarik 9) Tiffany Yovino 10) Allyson Pullano 10) Jerilyn Marinan 10) Salma Tarik

Kara Ahlfeld


35 34 33 31 30 28 26 26 26 24 24 24

1994 1994 2007 1996 2011 1994 2000 2010 2010 1999 1997 2009

Miscellaneous Records

Longest Winning Streak: 18 games (2010) Longest Losing Streak: 7 games (1993) Home Victories: 10 (2010) Away Victories: 8 (1994, 2010) Conference Victories: 11 (2010)

Jerilyn Marinan

Marie Curtin Becky Wachsberger

Career Records Goals 1) Christa Eidenweil 2) Suzanne Newell 3) Salma Tarik 4) Jerilyn Marinan 5) Elyse Bizzozzaro 6) Laura Greene 7) Penny Stansfield 8) Tiffany Yovino 9) Chrissy Arnone 10) Allyson Pullano 10) Carlene Wawrzonek 10) Edel Malone

39 36 28 27 26 24 22 21 19 17 17 17

1997-00 1994-97 2008-10 1997-00 2000-04 2008-11 1997-00 2007-10 2002-05 1998-99 1994 2005-08

Assists 1) Jerilyn Marinan 2) Marie Curtin 3) Elaine O’Connor 4) Jess Crankshaw 5) Laura Greene 6) Heather Kain 6) Suzanne Newell 6) Penny Stansfield 9) Marisa Pistone 9) Edel Malone 9) Dana Bergstrom

26 23 22 20 19 17 17 17 15 15 15

Joanne Chillingsworth

1997-00 2004-08 1999-03 2005-09 2008-11 1995-98 1994-97 1997-00 2000-03 2005-08 2008-10

Penny Stansfield

Points 1) Suzanne Newell 2) Christa Eidenweil 3) Jerilyn Marinan 4) Laura Greene 5) Salma Tarik 6) Elyse Bizzozzaro 7) Penny Stansfield 8) Tiffany Yovino 9) Marie Curtin 9) Edel Malone

89 83 80 67 64 62 61 50 49 49

1994-97 1997-00 1997-00 2008-11 2008-10 2000-04 1997-00 2007-10 2004-08 2005-08

Goalkeeper Saves 1) Becky Wachsberger 2) Christie Klouse 3) Joanne Chillingsworth 4) Krystal Robens 5) Jean Hodermarsky 6) Kristine Winchester 7) Krysten Farriella 8) Renata Carullo

302 215 196 192 179 176 147 107

2001-05 1995-97 1998-00 2004-08 1993-96 1998-01 2006-09 1993-95

Elyse Bizzozzaro

Year-by-Year Records Year Coach Record 1992 JoAnne Russell 12-3 (Club Team) 1993 JoAnne Russell 5-11-1 1994 JoAnne Russell 16-2-1 (ECAC Quarterfinals) 1995 JoAnne Russell 5-12-0 1996 JoAnne Russell 6-12-0 1997 JoAnne Russell 10-7-1 1998 JoAnne Russell 10-7-2 1999 JoAnne Russell 13-6-0 2000 JoAnne Russell 12-5-2 2001 JoAnne Russell 8-8-3 2002 JoAnne Russell 14-5-1 2003 JoAnne Russell 13-3-3 2004 JoAnne Russell 12-6-1 2005 JoAnne Russell 14-4-3 2006 Simon Riddiough 9-8-2 2007 Simon Riddiough 18-4-0 2008 Simon Riddiough 11-8-3 2009 Simon Riddiough 10-6-3 2010 Simon Riddiough 19-3-0 2011 Simon Riddiough 10-8-0

Christa Eidenweil




Amber Albrecht

Ahlfeld, Kara Albrecht, Amber Aliperti, Carolyn Amato, Kristin Anderson, Erin Arenella, Dawn Arnone, Chrissy Bergstrom, Dana Best, Bree Bisco, Nicole Bizzozzaro, Elyse Braico, Danielle Breen, Courtney Breen, Erin

Laura Del Biondo

courtney breen

1995 2005 1996 1994 2003 1996 2005 2010 2006 2008 2004 1999 2011 2011

Burkett, Patricia Butts, Brittany Caldwell, Diane Canle, Brigit Cappello, Janine Carullo, Renata Chillingsworth, Joanne Ciamei, Mary Cinelli, Laura Clancy, Catherine Covelli, Kristina Crankshaw, Jess Croan, Carol Cuevas, Tina

1999 2011 2009 2004 2002 1995 2000 1996 1994 1997 2004 2009 1994 2000

Catherine Clancy



Curran, Sarah Curtin, Marie Deasley, Dolores DelBiondo, Laura DeRosa, Brooke Dinisio, Gina Eidenweil, Christa Farriella, Krysten Ferriso, Amy Fuertes, Erika Giannetta, Suzanne Gilroy, Ann Marie Greene, Laura Guise, Liz

Carol Leurini

Erin Magee

1998 2008 2003 2005 2007 1999 2000 2009 2007 2009 1995 1992 2011 2008

Gulley, Sara Hargraves, Larkin Hawkins, Grace Herzog, Nicole Hodermarsky, Jean Howie, Sarah Johnson, Debra Kain, Heather Kelleher, Erin Kilduff, Emma Klouse, Christie Knecht, Danielle Koch, Wendy Leurini, Carol

Kathleen Mikowski

2008 2007 2010 2002 1996 1995 1994 1998 2008 2004 1997 1997 2000 2008

Nina Nanavrakis

Levitan, Maureen Lipari, Jill Magee, Erin Malone, Edel Marinan, Jerilyn Mikowski, Kathleen Montague, Colleen Monz, Erica Murino, Danielle Nanavrakis, Nina Naughton, Tracey Newell, Suzanne O’Connor, Elaine O’Connor, Robyn

Robyn O’Connor

Bridget Penta

1994 2009 2002 2008 2000 2001 1994 2003 2011 2005 2000 1997 2003 1998

Pacinda, Christina Payne, Tessa Pegg, Julie Penta, Bridget Pifer, Kayla Pistone, Marisa Pollaro, Jackie Presto, Elizabeth Pullano, Allyson Richards, Kareina Rizzi, Dianne Robens, Krystal Roesler, Valerie Rosen, Wendy

Kayla Pifer

2005 1995 1992 2003 2010 2003 2007 1997 1999 2008 1993 2008 2003 1996

Rosenfeld, Abbe Schaefer, Kerry Schmitt, Charity Shaban, Ashley Sherman, Audra Stansfield, Penny Steinberg, Alex Suapengco, Kristine Sullivan, Kendra Sylva, Samantha Tarik, Salma Thorn, Krista Toyomasu, Yumi True, Julie Wachsberger, Becky Weber, Sue Winchester, Kristine Yovino, Tifffany Zoumas, Sofia

1995 2003 2003 2005 2002 2000 2007 Lisa Prazak 2008 2003 1994 2010 2010 2007 2000 2005 2007 2001 2010 1996

This list was compiled through information provided by the Hofstra Alumni Relations Office. Any omission was purely unintentional. Please call the Hofstra Office of Athletic Communications at (516) 463-6759 with any additions. Year listed is final year of competition. Kristine Winchester



HOFSTRA IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT The Pride has made three NCAA Tournament appearances and owns a 2-3 mark in NCAA play. The team won the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championship in 2005 to earn their first NCAA berth and won the CAA again in 2007 to qualify for the NCAA Tournament for the second time. In 2010 the Pride, ranked 23rd in the nation, earned an at-large bid to the tournament field.


Hofstra 0, #21 West Virginia 3 (at Penn State)

Edel Malone leads an offensive charge against West Virginia

Sue Weber looks to clear the defensive zone versus the Mountaineers

Ashley Shaban escapes her West Virginia defender


Hofstra 1, Ohio State 0 (at Penn State) Hofstra 1, #6 Penn State 2 (OT) (at Penn State)

Diane Caldwell looks to clear the ball in Hofstra second round game against Penn State


The Pride celebrate Edel Malone’s goal in a 1-0 win over Ohio State


All-American Brooke DeRosa brings the ball up field versus Penn State


#23 Hofstra 1, Connecticut 0 (at Boston College) #23 Hofstra 1, #18 Boston College 3 (at Boston College) Emily Morphitis, Coach Simon Riddiough and Courtney Breen meet the media following Hofstra’s second round game

Brittany Butts eludes a Connecticut defender in Hofstra’s 1-0 win over the Huskies

Krista Thorn delivers a punt following a save against Boston College

Kayla Pifer attacks the offensive zone in Hofstra’s second round game at Boston College

Laura Greene runs down a loose ball in the Pride’s first round win

The Pride celebrate the second NCAA Tournament victory in program history

Tiffany Yovino’s header in the 10th minute was the only goal in Hofstra’s first round victory

Salma Tarik dribbles the ball out of her defensive zone against the Eagles



ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Albany 2-0-0 American 1-3-1 Army 1-2-0 Boston College 0-2-0 Boston University 0-8-1 Boston University Club Team 1-0-0 Brown 1-0-0 Buffalo 0-1-0 Campbell 0-1-0 Central Connecticut 5-6-1 Charleston 1-0-0 Columbia 5-4-1 Concordia 1-0-0 Connecticut 1-3-1 Cornell 1-0-0 Delaware 14-6-0 Drexel 15-1-0 East Carolina 0-1-1 Eastern Michigan 1-0-0 Fairfield 3-2-0 Fairleigh Dickinson 3-0-1 Florida International 1-0-0 Fordham 10-2-1 Fordham Club Team 2-0-0 George Mason 7-3-1 Georgia State 6-1-1 Hartford 0-9-1 Harvard 2-0-0 Indiana 1-1-0 Iona 5-3-0 James Madison 4-7-1 Lafayette 0-1-0 LaSalle 2-1-0 Lehigh 0-1-0 Long Island University 4-0-0 Loyola (MD) 0-1-0 Maine 8-2-1 Manhattan 3-4-2 Manhattanville 1-0-0 Marist 6-1-0 Maryland-Baltimore County 1-0-0 Miami (OH) 1-0-0



Mt. St. Mary’s 1-0-0 New Hampshire 4-4-1 New York University 1-0-0 Niagara 1-0-0 North Carolina Greensboro 1-0-0 North Carolina Wilmington 8-3-1 Northeastern 10-5-1 Ohio State 1-0-0 Old Dominion 7-2-2 Penn State 0-2-0 Pennsylvania 0-1-0 Philadelphia College of Textiles and Sciences 1-1-0 Pittsburgh 1-0-0 Princeton 3-1-0 Providence 1-0-1 Purdue 1-0-0 Quinnipiac 3-0-0 Rhode Island 1-0-0 Richmond 2-0-0 Rutgers 0-1-0 Sacred Heart 1-0-0 Saint Peter’s 2-2-1 Seton Hall 1-0-0 Siena 4-1-0 St. Francis (PA) 1-0-0 St. John’s 1-4-0 St. Thomas Aquinas 1-0-0 Stony Brook 8-3-0 TCU 0-1-0 Texas Tech 1-0-0 Towson 14-2-1 Vermont 4-5-0 Villanova 0-1-0 Virginia 0-1-0 Virginia Commonwealth 8-2-2 Wagner 7-0-0 Washington 0-1-1 West Virginia 0-2-0 Western Connecticut 1-0-0 William & Mary 5-8-0 Wyoming 1-0-0 Yale 0-1-0



Record: 12-3-0 (Club Team) Coach: JoAnne Russell

9/4 9/8 9/14 9/16 9/19 9/22 9/30 10/3 10/6 10/8 10/14 10/17 10/20 10/22 10/25

Philadelphia College of Textiles and Sciences at St. John’s at Western Connecticut Iona Siena at Fordham at Concordia at Manhattan New York University St. Thomas Aquinas Fairfield St. Peter’s Fordham at Manhattanville at Boston University

Record: 16-2-1 Coach: JoAnne Russell

2-1 W (OT) 0-1 L 10-0 W 0-2 L 1-0 W 3-0 W 7-2 W 0-2 L 8-0 W 6-0 W 2-1 W (OT) 7-0 W 4-0 W 4-0 W 4-0 W


Record: 5-11-1 Coach: JoAnne Russell

9/4 9/9 9/11 9/12 9/14 9/25 9/26 9/30 10/2 10/3 10/9 10/13 10/14 10/16 10/20 10/23 10/26

St. John’s at St. Peter’s at Philadelphia College of Textiles and Sciences at Lafayette at Iona Maine Buffalo Manhattan at Stony Brook Wagner Niagara at Fairfield Campbell American at Siena Loyola at Fordham

9/7 9/10 9/13 9/16 9/18 9/21 9/29 10/2 10/4 10/8 10/9 10/12 10/14 10/17 10/22 10/26 10/29 10/30 11/9

St. Peter’s Wagner Iona at La Salle at Drexel at Stony Brook at Manhattan at Vermont at St. John’s Wagner at Seton Hall Fairfield Siena at Maine at Mount St. Mary’s Fordham St. Francis (PA) New Hampshire at New Hampshire%

2-0 W 6-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 9-0 W 4-1 W 5-1 W 1-0 W 0-1 L 4-0 W 3-0 W 4-2 W 4-2 W 3-1 W 1-0 W( OT) 6-2 W 3-0 W 1-1 T (OT) 1-2 L

%ECAC Tournament Quarterfinals 2-1 W 2-2 T 2-3 L (OT) 1-8 L 0-4 L 0-5 L 0-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 6-0 W 3-2 W (OT) 0-3 L 0-2 L 0-5 L 3-0 W 3-4 L (OT) 3-0 W amber stobbs



ALL-TIME RESULTS 1995 Record: 5-12-0 Coach: JoAnne Russell

9/6 9/9 9/10 9/15 9/17 9/20 9/24 9/28 9/30 10/4 10/7 10/14 10/18 10/22 10/26 10/28 10/29

at St. Peter’s Iona Manhattan Stony Brook at Central Connecticut Hartford* American at New Hampshire* at Maine* St. John’s at Towson State* at Siena at Fordham Delaware* at Wagner Boston University Vermont*

3-4 L (OT) 1-2 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 2-0 W 0-9 L 1-0 W 0-8 L 3-2 W (OT) 0-4 L 3-1 W 2-3 L 1-2 L 0-6 L 3-1 W 0-3 L 0-6 L


Record: 10-7-1 Coach: JoAnne Russell

9/3 9/7 9/11 9/17 9/20 9/21 9/24 9/27 10/1 10/3 10/5 10/10 10/12 10/18 10/24 10/26 10/31 11/2

at Wagner American at Manhattan at Long Island University Iona at Central Connecticut at Stony Brook Lehigh Marist Northeastern* Boston University* Maine* New Hampshire* Delaware* at Towson* at Drexel* at Hartford* at Vermont*

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

*North Atlantic Conference game *America East game



Record: 6-12-0 Coach: JoAnne Russell

9/4 9/7 9/11 9/16 9/21 9/24 9/28 9/29 10/2 10/5 10/9 10/12 10/15 10/18 10/20 10/26 10/29 11/2

St. Peter’s Iona at U.S. Military Academy Northeastern at Vermont* Manhattan at Delaware* at American at Columbia Central Connecticut at Hartford* Boston University* Siena at Maine* at New Hampshire* at St. John’s Wagner at Towson State*

Record: 10-7-2 Coach: JoAnne Russell

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

*America East game

9/3 9/6 9/9 9/12 9/16 9/20 9/22 9/24 9/27 10/2 10/4 10/8 10/13 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/25 10/30 11/1

at Central Connecticut Charleston at Marist Manhattan Wagner at American at UMBC Stony Brook at Iona at Northeastern* at Boston University* Delaware* Long Island University at Maine* at New Hampshire* Hartford* Vermont* Towson* Drexel*

*America East game



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



Record: 13-6 Coach: JoAnne Russell

9/1 9/4 9/8 9/12 9/15 9/19 9/23 9/26 9/29 10/3 10/7 10/13 10/16 10/19 10/22 10/24 10/29 10/31 11/3

Marist at Long Island University #8 Hartford* at Columbia at Army Central Connecticut State Fordham Vermont* Delaware* at Towson* at Manhattan at Stony Brook at Drexel* Iona Maine* New Hampshire* at Boston University* at Northeastern* at Boston University%

Record: 8-8-3 Coach: JoAnne Russell

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

*America East game %America East Championship Semifinal

8/31 9/2 9/5 9/8 9/22 9/23 9/30 10/6 10/8 10/12 10/14 10/19 10/21 10/26 10/28 10/30 11/3 11/6 11/9

Florida International West Virginia Central Connecticut State Fordham at Boston University* at Northeastern* at Columbia Maine* New Hampshire* Hartford* Vermont* at Delaware* at Towson* at Albany* Stony Brook* at Rutgers at Drexel* Towson% (Hofstra advances on penalty kicks) at Hartford%

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

*America East game %America East Championship


Record: 12-5-2 Coach: JoAnne Russell

8/31 at Marist 9/2 Long Island University 9/6 at Central Connecticut State 9/11 at Hartford* 9/15 at East Carolina$ 9/17 North Carolina-Wilmington$ 9/22 Boston University* 9/24 Northeastern* 9/27 Columbia 9/30 at Vermont* 10/5 Manhattan 10/10 at Fordham 10/13 Delaware* 10/15 Towson* 10/18 Stony Brook 10/21 Drexel* 10/27 at Maine* 10/29 at New Hampshire* 11/3 at Hartford% *America East game $East Carolina Tournament %America East Championship Semifinal

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

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2002 Record: 14-5-1, 6-3 Colonial Athletic Association Coach: JoAnne Russell

8/30 9/1 9/6 9/8 9/10 9/15 9/20 9/24 9/27 10/1 10/4 10/12 10/18 10/20 10/25 10/27 11/1 11/3 11/5 11/9

Eastern Michigan Miami (OH) vs. Providence# at Quinnipiac# at Stony Brook Fordham at Central Connecticut State Marist George Mason* Columbia James Madison* at Drexel* at Old Dominion* at William & Mary* at UNC Wilmington* at VCU* Towson* Delaware* Delaware% vs. George Mason%

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

*Colonial Athletic Association game #Quinnipiac Tournament %Colonial Athletic Association Championship

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

*Colonial Athletic Association game $UNC Greensboro Tournament %Colonial Athletic Association Championship


8/27 8/29 9/3 9/5 9/8 9/10 9/12 9/16 9/19 9/24 9/26 10/1 10/3 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/30 11/5

at Army# vs. Fordham# LaSalle Providence at Fordham vs. Maine$ vs. Brown$ Quinnipiac Fairleigh Dickinson at VCU* at UNC Wilmington* Delaware* Towson* George Mason* James Madison* at William & Mary* at Old Dominion* at Drexel* William & Mary%

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

*Colonial Athletic Association game #United State Military Academy Tournament $ECAC Tournament %Colonial Athletic Association Championship

Record: 14-4-3, 8-1-2 Colonial Athletic Association Coach: JoAnne Russell

Record: 13-3-3, 6-1-2 Colonial Athletic Association Coach: JoAnne Russell at Marist at Fordham at UNC Greensboro$ vs. LaSalle$ Central Connecticut State Quinnipiac Pittsburgh at Delaware* at Towson* VCU* UNC Wilmington* at Connecticut Stony Brook William & Mary* Old Dominion* Drexel* at George Mason* at James Madison* William & Mary%

Record: 12-6-1, 6-3-0 Colonial Athletic Association Coach: JoAnne Russell


2003 8/29 9/2 9/5 9/7 9/13 9/16 9/21 9/26 9/28 10/3 10/5 10/9 10/14 10/18 10/20 10/25 10/31 11/1 11/7



8/26 8/28 9/2 9/4 9/10 9/14 9/18 9/24 9/30 10/2 10/7 10/9 10/15 10/16 10/21 10/23 10/27 10/29 11/4 11/6 11/11

vs. #9 Connecticut$ vs. #20 Washington$ vs. Maine+ at Boston University+ Marist Fordham Fairleigh Dickinson at Northeastern* Drexel* at Delaware* at Towson* at George Mason* William & Mary* Old Dominion* at Georgia State* at UNC Wilmington* James Madison* VCU* vs. Delaware# at VCU# vs. #21 West Virginia%

*Colonial Athletic Association game $Penn State Invitational +Boston University Invitational #Colonial Athletic Association Championship %NCAA Tournament at Penn State

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



Record: 9-8-2, 5-5-1 Colonial Athletic Association Coach: Simon Riddiough

8/25 8/27 9/1 9/3 9/8 9/10 9/15 9/17 9/22 9/24 9/29 10/1 10/6 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/20 10/22 10/26

at Connecticut# vs. Fairfield# Sacred Heart Central Connecticut at Penn$ vs. Princeton$ at Fordham at Fairleigh Dickinson Towson* George Mason* at #16 William & Mary* at Old Dominion* Georgia State* UNC Wilmington* at James Madison* at VCU* at Drexel* Delaware* Northeastern*

Record: 11-8-3, 7-3-1 Colonial Athletic Association Coach: Simon Riddiough

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

*Colonial Athletic Association game #UConn Husky Classic $University of Pennsylvania Tournament


Cornell at Central Connecticut vs. Richmond# vs. Wyoming# Columbia Fairleigh Dickinson Fordham at Towson* at George Mason* William & Mary* Old Dominion* at Georgia State* at UNC Wilmington* James Madison* VCU* Drexel* at Delaware* at Northeastern* vs. James Madison$ vs. VCU$ vs. Ohio State% at #6 Penn State%

vs. #11 Connecticut^ at #9 Penn State^ at Columbia Princeton vs. East Carolina# vs. Villanova# Stony Brook Central Connecticut Delaware* at Drexel* George Mason* Towson* at Old Dominion* at William & Mary* UNC Wilmington* Georgia State* at VCU* at James Madison* Northeastern* at Old Dominion$ (Hofstra advances on penalty kicks) at William & Mary$ vs. Northeastern$

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

*Colonial Athletic Association game ^Penn State Invitational #Penn Invitational $CAA Championship

Record: 18-4-0, 9-2-0 Colonial Athletic Association Coach: Simon Riddiough

8/31 9/2 9/7 9/9 9/14 9/16 9/22 9/28 9/30 10/5 10/7 10/12 10/14 10/19 10/21 10/26 10/28 11/1 11/9 11/11 11/16 11/18

8/29 8/31 9/5 9/7 9/12 9/14 9/18 9/21 9/26 9/28 10/3 10/5 10/10 10/12 10/17 10/19 10/24 10/26 10/30 11/4 11/7 11/9

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

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*Colonial Athletic Association game #James Madison Invitational $CAA Championship at Virginia Beach, VA %NCAA Tournament at Penn State



ALL-TIME RESULTS 2009 Record: 10-6-3, 7-2-2 Colonial Athletic Association Coach: Simon Riddiough

8/28 8/30 9/4 9/6 9/11 9/13 9/18 9/24 9/27 10/2 10/4 10/9 10/11 10/16 10/18 10/23 10/25 10/31 11/6

at Richmond at #10 Virginia at Princeton at Yale #25 Indiana Harvard Columbia at Delaware* Drexel* at George Mason at Towson* Old Dominion* William & Mary* at UNC Wilmington* at Georgia State* VCU* James Madison* at Northeastern* vs. UNC Wilmington$

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


Record: 10-8-0, 6-5 Colonial Athletic Association Coach: Simon Riddiough

8/26 8/28 9/2 9/4 9/9 9/11 9/16 9/23 9/25 9/29 10/2 10/7 10/9 10/14 10/16 10/21 10/23 10/29

Fairfield vs. Columbia vs. Albany at Texas Tech vs. VCU at Harvard James Madison* VCU* Drexel* at Delaware* at Towson* at George Mason* #23 William & Mary* Old Dominion* at Georgia State* at UNC Wilmington* at Northeastern* vs. Delaware$

*Colonial Athletic Association game $CAA Championship

*Colonial Athletic Association game $CAA Championship


Record: 19-3-0, 11-0 Colonial Athletic Association Coach: Simon Riddiough

8/27 9/3 9/5 9/10 9/12 9/17 9/19 9/24 9/26 9/30 10/3 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/30 11/5 11/7 11/12 11/14

at #7 Boston College Rhode Island Fordham at Purdue at Indiana at Columbia Princeton at James Madison* at VCU* at Drexel* Delaware* Towson* George Mason* at William & Mary* at Old Dominion* Georgia State* UNC Wilmington* Northeastern* Georgia State$ James Madison$ vs. Connecticut% at #18 Boston College%

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

*Colonial Athletic Association game $CAA Championship %NCAA Tournament at Boston College



kylie shuster

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



he Hofstra University Office of Athletic Communications welcomes the members of the media covering the 2012 Pride soccer 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.

Press Seating: Hofstra Soccer Stadium press seating is located in the press box, which is located atop the bleachers on the north side of the stadium. 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: 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.

Stephen Gorchov Associate Director of Athletics for Communications

Brian Bohl (Soccer Contact) Senior Assistant Director of Athletic Communications

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 Soccer Stadium. Postgame Interviews: Hofstra players and coaches will be available for postgame interviews, upon request, after a 10-minute cooling off period. Contact Jeremy Kniffin with your request.

Jim Sheehan Senior Sports Information Director

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 Hofstra Physical Fitness Center. However, interviews may not be conducted in the locker room or the athletic training room.

Office of Athletic Communications Len Skoros Director of Athletic Publications

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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.

Amber Stobbs

Sam Scolarici CAA All-Rookie Selection

Kylie Shuster

2012 Hofstra Women’s Soccer Schedule August

17 Fri. Ohio State

7 p.m.


Princeton Invitational (Princeton, NJ) 31 Fri. vs. Colgate 5 p.m.

4 Thu. Delaware* 7 Sun. at Drexel* 12 Fri. George Mason* 14 Sun. Towson* 19 Fri. at Old Dominion* 21 Sun. at William & Mary* 24 Wed. Northeastern* 28 Sun. CAA Championship Quarterfinals (at higher seed)



 Fairfield Inn by Marriott Invitational (Harrisonburg, VA) 24 Fri. vs. Temple 5 p.m. 26 Sun. vs. Georgetown 11 a.m.

Princeton Invitational (Princeton, NJ) 2 Sun. vs. Wake Forest 12 p.m. 7 Fri. St. Bonaventure 9 Sun. at Marist 14 Fri. Albany 20 Thu. at UNCW* 23 Sun. Georgia State* 30 Sun. at James Madison*

7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

2 Fri. 4 Sun.

CAA Championship Semifinals (at highest seed) CAA Championship Game (at highest seed)

*CAA game Home games in bold. Dates and times subject to change.

Brittany Farriella

Emily Morphitis

6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. TBA


2012 Hofstra Women's Soccer Guide  

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