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2 • Brittany Egan Sr. • M • 5-4 Orangeburg, N.Y./Pearl River

3 • Alex Iovine Jr. • M/B • 5-3 Canton, Conn./ Northwest Catholic

4 • Nicole Landes Sr. • B • 5-7 Stony Point, N.Y./ North Rockland

5 • Shannon Barry Jr. • B • 5-8 Lagrangeville, N.Y./ Arlington

6 • Kayla Howden Sr. • F • 5-4 Monroe, Conn./Masuk

7 • Emily Ude Fr. • F/M • 5-2 Babylon, N.Y./North Babylon

9 • Janie Schlauder Jr. • F • 5-2 Wallingford, Conn./ Mark T. Sheehan

10 • Sara Jones Sr. • B • 5-2 • Aliso Viejo, Calif./Aliso Niguel

11 • Tiffanie McIntosh Fr. • F/M • 5-3 Groton, N.Y./Lansing

13 • Martine Diamond Jr. • F/M • 5-6 Island Park, N.Y./ Kellenberg Memorial

15 • Keara Hunt Jr. • B • 5-3 • Hopewell Junction, N.Y./John Jay East Fishkill

16 • Jordan Luithle Sr. • B/M • 5-11 Basking Ridge, N.J./ Ridge/Towson

17 • Claire Reinhard Sr. • B/M • 5-8 • Ridgewood, N.J./Immaculate Heart/So. Conn. State

21 • Daniella Morgante So. • M • 5-3 Amawalk, N.Y./Somers/ Saint Joseph’s

1 • Kristen Skonieczny Fr. • GK • 5-7 Lagrangeville, N.Y./ Arlington

22 • Colleen Kavanagh Fr. • B/M • 5-4 Rockville Centre, N.Y./ Sacred Heart Academy

23 • Allison Pfeiffer Sr. • F/B • 5-9 Floral Park, N.Y./St. Mary’s

98 • Maria Sanzari Jr. • GK • 5-9 North Haven, Conn./ North Haven

18 • Aislinn McIlvenny Jr. • M/F • 5-7 Pleasant Valley, N.Y./ Arlington/Charleston Southern

19 • Mary Hijazi Fr. • M • 5-7 Merrick, N.Y./ Sanford H. Calhoun

20 • Shannon Garrity So. • B • 5-5 Massapequa Park, N.Y./ Massapequa

24 • Taylor Salkowsky Fr. • B/M • 5-7 Massapequa Park, N.Y./St. Anthony’s

25 • Catherine Kinney Fr. • M • 5-3 Smithtown, N.Y./ Smithtown

26 • Hannah Pogulis Fr. • B • 5-7 Monroe, N.Y./ Monroe-Woodbury

99 • Kara Davis Sr. • GK • 5-3 Redding, Conn./Joel Barlow

Brendan Lawler Head Coach (Saint Peter’s ‘02), Third Season

Kara Bucci Assistant Coach (Manhattan ’11), First Season

27 • Sam Washuk Fr. • F • 5-3 Milford, Conn./ Joseph A. Foran


Date

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Location

Time

Fri., Aug 24

Fordham

Bronx, N.Y.

7 p.m.

Sun., Aug 26

Delaware State

Dover, Del.

3 p.m.

Sun., Sept. 2

Sacred Heart

Fairfield, Conn.

2 p.m.

Fri., Sept. 7

Lafayette

Riverdale, N.Y.

7 p.m.

Sun., Sept. 9

Rhode Island

Kingston, R.I.

1 p.m.

Wed., Sept. 12

Wagner

Riverdale, N.Y.

7 p.m.

Fri., Sept. 14

Stony Brook

Stony Brook, N.Y.

5 p.m.

Sat., Sept. 22

Holy Cross

Riverdale, N.Y.

4 p.m.

Sat., Sept. 29

Saint Peter’s*

Riverdale, N.Y.

7 p.m.

Fri., Oct. 5

Rider*

Riverdale, N.Y.

7 p.m.

Sun., Oct. 7

Loyola*

Riverdale, N.Y.

10 a.m.

Fri., Oct. 12

Niagara*

Niagara Univ., N.Y.

7 p.m.

Sun., Oct. 14

Canisius*

Buffalo, N.Y.

1 p.m.

Fri., Oct. 19

Marist*

Riverdale, N.Y.

7 p.m.

Sun., Oct. 21

Siena*

Riverdale, N.Y.

10 a.m.

Fri., Oct. 26

Iona*

New Rochelle, N.Y.

3 p.m.

Sun., Oct. 28

Fairfield*

Fairfield, Conn.

1 p.m.

Nov. 2 & 4

MAAC Championships Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Home games in bold and played at Gaelic Park All times eastern * MAAC games All dates and times subject to change

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this is manhattan college Directions to Gaelic Park

Quick Facts Location......................................................................................... Riverdale, N.Y. Enrollment....................................................................................................3,200 Founded.......................................................................................................... 1853 Nickname................................................................................................... Jaspers Colors...................................................................... Green (PMS # 349) & White Conference......................................................... Metro Atlantic Athletic (MAAC) President....................................................................Brennan O’Donnell, Ph. D. Executive Vice President/Provost...................................... William Clyde, Ph. D. Vice President of Student Life.......................................Richard Satterlee, Ph. D. Director of Athletics.............................................................Robert J. Byrnes, ‘68 Associate Athletic Director............................................................. Noah LeFevre Assistant Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator......Deborah Gregory Assistant Athletic Director for Communications & Marketing............Stephen Dombroski Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine......Doug Straley MS,ATC,CSCS Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities and Event Management...........Amanda McEntire Compliance Coordinator................................................................. Ariel Pesante Athletics Travel Coordinator...................................................................Jim Duffy Academic Advisors.........................................Br. David Trichtinger, Alyssa Koob Athletics Team Physicians............................................. Anthony Maddalo, M.D. . .......................................................Greg Cavaliere, M.D., Nicole Solomos, D.O. Team Chiropractor............................................................ Theresa Pirraglia, D.C. Secretary.............................................................................................Susan Pape Athletic Department Phone.............................................................718-862-7227 Athletic Department Fax..................................................................718-862-8020 Website................................................................................ www.GoJaspers.com

Home of Jasper woMen's Soccer

From the South:

Driving Directions: Take Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) North, and proceed to the Van Cortlandt Park South Exit. Bear right and go back over the Expressway toward Broadway. Stay straight and go under elevated train. Gaelic Park will be on your right (W. 240th St.). By Subway: Take the "1" train to the last stop, which is 242nd street. As you exit the train, walk two blocks south and make a right onto 240th Street. Gaelic Park will be on your right.

From the North:

Driving Directions: Take New York State Thruway South (I-87) into the Bronx and exit at Van Cortlandt Park South. Turn right at traffic light and go straight until you pass under the elevated train. Gaelic Park will be on your right. By Subway: Take the "1" train to the last stop, which is 242nd street. As you exit the train, walk two blocks south and make a right onto 240th Street. Gaelic Park will be on your right.

From the East:

Driving Directions: Bronx Whitestone or Throgs Neck Bridge to Cross Bronx Expressway South (I-95). Take Major Deegan Expressway North (I-87) to Van Cortlandt Park South Exit. Bear right and go back over the Expressway toward Broadway. Stay straight and go under elevated train. Gaelic Park will be on your right (W. 240th St.).

women's soccer quick facts Head Coach...........................Brendan Lawler (Third Season, Saint Peter’s ‘02) Record at Manhattan/Years................................................................ 8-25-3/Two Assistant Coaches.................................................... Kara Bucci (Manhattan ‘11) Home Field......................................................................................... Gaelic Park All-Time Record/Years......................................................... 134-204-29 [.406]/21 2011 Overall Record......................................................................................3-12-2 2011 Conference Record/Finish............................................................1-6-1/10th Lettermen Returning/Lost..............................................................................16/8 Starters Returning/Lost....................................................................................8/3 Women’s Soccer Office Phone.........................................................718-862-7843

By Subway: Take the "1" train to the last stop, which is 242nd street. As you exit the train, walk two blocks south and make a right onto 240th Street. Gaelic Park will be on your right.

From the West:

Driving Directions: Take George Washington Bridge to Major Deegan Expwy. North (Route 87). Proceed to Van Cortlandt Park South Exit. Bear right and go back over the Expressway toward Broadway. Stay straight and go under elevated train. Gaelic Park will be on your right (W. 240th St.). By Subway: Take the "1" train to the last stop, which is 242nd street. As you exit the train, walk two blocks south and make a right onto 240th Street. Gaelic Park will be on your right.

athletic communications Stephen Dombroski Assistant Athletic Director for Communication and Marketing Women’s Soccer Contact Office Phone: 718-862-7228 Cell Phone: 518-928-6103 Stephen.Dombroski@manhattan.edu

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Joe Clifford

Christian Heimall

Assistant Sports Information Director Office Phone 718-862-7709 Joseph.Clifford@manhattan.edu

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Sports Information Graduate Assistant Office Phone 718-862-7728 Christian.Heimall@manhattan.edu

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season outlook “The great thing about this roster is that we will have real depth and competitive balance. Our incoming players, both freshmen and transfers, are going to make us deeper than we have ever been before. We expect them to raise our level of play from the beginning.” Davis returns to the field in full strength coming back from a season ending injury that she suffered in the second to last game in 2011. In her first three seasons, Davis has helped the Jaspers to 15 wins, secure 10 shutouts and has made 288 career saves. The Jaspers return two thirds of its scoring offense from 2011. Manhattan has three of its top four point scorers back, including Diamond who led the team with 11 points and five goals last season. “Our expectation for this team is we want each player to work as hard mentally and physically every day, while also giving their teammates the support they need to do their best. If we can accomplish this, positive results will follow,” said Lawler.

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The Manhattan women’s soccer team has a renewed vision for the 2012 campaign under the direction of third year head coach Brendan Lawler. Coming off an injury plagued 2011 season, which resulted in nine one goal losses, the Jaspers are focused on qualifying for the four-team MAAC Championships field and look to vie for the conference crown. Manhattan’s roster consists of a variety of experience with eight returning starters from last season, and the squad possesses more depth than in recent years by welcoming 12 newcomers to the program. The Jaspers will rally around senior captain Kara Davis who has established herself as one of the premier goalkeepers in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. “We fully expect our returning starters to be the strong core of a team we believe can contend,” said Lawler. “Martine Diamond and Janie Schlauder will be relied on to lead our attack. Kara Davis will hold down the fort in the back with the help of Shannon Barry. We know the rest of our returnees will play major roles, possibly in new positions, and our incoming players will compete for impactful minutes from day one. M a n h a t t a n

Manhattan has several options up front beginning with Diamond who has evolved into one of the top offensive threats in the MAAC. Starting all 16 appearances last season, the junior ranked in the top-10 of the MAAC in goals scored and fired a team-high 34 shots. The 5’6” forward from Island Park, N.Y. is a dynamic player who can create opportunities off the dribble and make great runs off the ball. Schlauder will work alongside Diamond for the second straight year since transitioning to the front line after playing in the back as a freshman. In 2011, she started 14 of 16 games, tallied five points and led Manhattan in assists. Schlauder is an offensive threat who has good vision of the field with a precise passing ability. “We know that Martine and Janie can be as dangerous an attacking pair as there is in the conference,” explained Lawler. “With the experience we have returning and the goal scoring ability of our newcomers, our strategy will be finding the best way possible to have as many goal scorers on the field at the same time.” Seniors Kayla Howden and Allison Pfeiffer will also look to make an impact up front. They are two of the most experienced players on the squad each seeing action in over 50 games during their careers in Riverdale. Howden can give the Jaspers an added scoring punch with her ability to create her own shot off the dribble. She has fired 40 shots over the last two seasons with the Jaspers. C o l l e g e

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Pfeiffer scored three points in 16 appearances last season, including a goal to help Manhattan earn a 2-1 victory at Saint Peter’s. The 5’9” native of Floral Park, N.Y. has good sense around the goal and has proved her ability to capitalize on scoring opportunities. Pfeiffer is a versatile athlete who can be utilized in the back. Freshman Emily Ude, Tiffanie McIntosh and Sam Washuk bring additional firepower to the front line. Ude comes to Manhattan from North Babylon High School where she graduated with the school’s career assist record (32) and is third all-time in program history for goals scored (37). She has a dynamic attacking ability that features a knack to score around the goal in a variety of ways. McIntosh was a New York State Class C First Team honoree at Lansing High School where she helped the program garner a No. 2 state ranking as a senior with a 16-2 record. She is a physical forward with good technical ability and quickness. Washuk, a native of Milford, Conn., enjoyed a successful high school career at Joseph A. Foran where she was a four year starter and earned Hammonasset All Division honors. She possesses a strong tactical understanding of the game.

Midfield

The Jaspers have many options at the midfield position, which include upperclassmen Brittany Egan and Alex Iovine, along with several newcomers who will compete for playing time. “The midfield will again be a difficult line to sort out,” Lawler said. “We want to be more physical in the air and attack minded at the same time. It is our strong belief that by moving players around, returning players and incoming players, we will have the pieces needed to gain the physicality and scoring threats we are looking for.” Egan, a native of Orangeburg, N.Y., has appeared in 31 games during her career at Manhattan. She brings this experience and a good understanding of the game to the midfield. Iovine looks to build on a solid 2011 campaign where she started 15 of 16 appearances. The 5’3” junior from Canton, Conn. has good technical skills and versatility to the turf. Transfers Aislinn McIlvenny and Daniella Morgante will challenge for playing time immediately. McIlvenny returns to New York from Charleston Southern University in South Carolina where she started all 17 appearances last season and recorded four points. McIlvenny hails from Pleasant Valley, N.Y. and was a two-time All-State selection at s o cc e r


season outlook Arlington High School. Morgante spent her freshman year in the Atlantic 10 conference at Saint Joseph’s University. The Amawalk, N.Y. native was a four year starter at Somers High School. Freshmen Mary Hijazi and Catherine Kinney will also compete for minutes at the midfield. Hijazi is a 5’7” product of Merrick, N.Y. who started all four years at Sanford H. Calhoun High school. She is a technical midfielder with the ability to orchestrate tempo and direction of attacks. Kinney comes to Manhattan from Smithtown, N.Y. where she was an All-County honoree at Smithtown West. Kinney offers good technical ability and quickness to the lineup.

Back

Manhattan’s strength is expected to be in its backline which consists of senior Claire Reinhard and junior Shannon Barry. Seniors Nicole Landes and Sara Jones will add to the Jaspers’ highly experienced defensive unit. “We have tremendous depth in the back this year,” Lawler said. “As a coaching staff, our most difficult decision this year will be deciding our outside backs, because of the talent returning and coming into the program. We will also consider transitioning forwards to the back in order to create more of an attacking mentality in this area.” Reinhard has started all 33 appearances for the Jaspers since transferring to Manhattan two years ago. The 5’8” native of Ridgewood, N.J. is an excellent technical player who can excel in the middle of the field. Her versatility allows her to also play at the midfield. Barry emerged as a reliable option in the back as a sophomore starting in all 16 appearances. The 5’8” product of Arlington High School has good fundamentals, she is a major presence in the air and is strong in tackles. Landes returns to the backline where she saw action in all 17 games last season, making 11 starts. She is a physical defender with good speed and knowledge of the game. Jones appeared in 15 games earning five starts in 2011. She is also a tough defender who has the ability to attack out of the back. Returnees Keara Hunt and Shannon Garrity give Manhattan additional options on the backline. Hunt enters her junior campaign with 21 career matches under her belt. She is a fearless defender who showed a glimpse of her offensive ability last season when she posted the game winning goal in a victory over Albany at Gaelic Park. Garrity made 14 appearances during her freshman campaign in 2011. She looks to build on this experience as she adds depth to a talented M a n h a t t a n

defensive squad. Freshmen Colleen Kavanagh, Hannah Pogulis and Taylor Salkowsky may also have the opportunity to bolster the Jaspers’ defensive unit. Kavanagh hails from Rockville Centre, N.Y. and was a three year starter at Sacred Heart Academy. She brings versatility to the roster with her ability to play in the middle or out wide. Pogulis is a 5’7” defender from Monroe-Woodbury High School where she started three years on the varsity squad. Salkowsky is from Massapequa Park, N.Y. and enjoyed a successful career at St. Anthony’s High School where she started all four years. The 5’7” back helped lead St. Anthony’s to the 2011 New York State CHSAA Class AA Championship.

Goalkeepers

Senior captain Kara Davis will anchor the defensive unit once again in her final season in Riverdale. Davis, a MAAC All-Rookie Team selection in 2009, burst onto the scene as a freshman and has started 50 of 51 career appearances. She is coming off a career year where she posted 127 saves and maintained a .836 save percentage. “Kara was one of the top goalkeepers in the conference last year and we know she will be again this year,” said Lawler. “Her athletic ability, desire, and ability to make those around her better will go a long way in the development of Maria (Sanzari) and Kristen (Skoniecnzy).” Junior goalkeeper Maria Sanzari and freshman Kristen Skonieczny will back up Davis this season. Sanzari made three appearances in 2011 and started the final game of the year against Loyola in lieu of the injured Davis. Skonieczny is a 5’7” goaltender who was a three year varsity starter at Arlington High School. As a senior, she helped lead Arlington to the New York State Section I Championship and advance to the Class AA title contest. Skonieczny is a fearless competitor who brings a high level of experience to Riverdale.

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Schedule

The Manhattan women’s soccer team will play a 17-game campaign in 2012 featuring eight home matches at Gaelic Park. In addition to nine competitive Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) contests, Manhattan’s out-of-league schedule features teams from the Atlantic 10 and the Patriot League. Manhattan opens the regularseason on August 24 under the lights at archrival Fordham. The Jaspers start their journey to compete for the 2012 MAAC Championship on August 12 with a scrimmage at Central Connecticut State University. The squad tunes up once more before the regular-season on August 18 with the Green & White scrimmage at Gaelic Park. Manhattan is set to play its opening three games on the road. The Jaspers kick off at Fordham (Aug. 24) for the annual ‘Battle of the Bronx’ looking to knock off the Rams for the second straight season. Manhattan will then travel to Delaware State (Aug. 26) and Sacred Heart (Sept. 2) before returning to Riverdale for its home opener with Lafayette on Sept. 7. The Leopards are coming off a second place finish in the Patriot League in 2011. On Sept. 9, the Jaspers visit Atlantic 10 opponent Rhode Island. Manhattan returns to Gaelic Park three days later for a midweek home match with Northeast Conference member Wagner (Sept. 12). Manhattan then squares off at Stony Brook (Sept. 14) and wraps up the non-conference portion of the schedule at home against Holy Cross (Sept. 22), which begins a four game home stand. MAAC play opens on Sept. 29 against Saint Peter’s. Rider (Oct. 5) and Loyola (Oct. 7) come to Riverdale the following weekend. The Jaspers next destination is Western New York where they will take on Niagara (Oct. 12) and Canisius (Oct. 14). Manhattan hosts defending MAAC champion Marist (Oct. 19) and Siena (Oct. 21) for the final home weekend of the year. The Jaspers complete the regular-season with a pair of road games against Iona (Oct. 26) and Fairfield (Oct. 28). The 2012 MAAC Women’s Soccer Championships will be held at Tenney Stadium at Leonidoff Field on the Marist College campus Nov. 2 & 4. The top four teams in the conference will qualify for the tournament. The league champion will receive an automatic bid to the 2012 NCAA Tournament.

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Brendan Lawler Head Coach • Third Year

Brendan Lawler enters his third season as head women’s soccer coach at Manhattan College. Lawler has rejuvenated the Jaspers program through strong local recruiting in the tri-state area. He has guided Manhattan to eight wins and three draws during his first two seasons with a youthful roster that has showed much promise for the future. The Jaspers have excelled academically during Lawler’s tenure in Riverdale mentoring 13 MAAC All-Academic Team honorees. Manhattan was also recognized in 2011 by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) with a Team Academic Award. Lawler brings nine years of coaching experience to the turf, including previous collegiate coaching stints at the United States Military Academy and Marist College. A graduate of Saint Peter’s University, Lawler was a goalkeeper for the Peacocks’ men’s soccer program. Lawler came to Riverdale from Marist College where he served as an assistant for the 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 seasons under head coach Elizabeth Roper. The Newburgh, N.Y., native was responsible for assisting with the coordination of training sessions, recruiting studentathletes and scouting opponents. During his time with the Red Foxes, Lawler mentored a goalkeeping unit which recorded eight shutouts and he helped develop four All-MAAC Rookie Team selections in his two seasons. Lawler also worked with the Marist men’s soccer team’s goalkeepers in 2009. In three years at West Point working with former men’s head coach Kurt Swanbeck, Lawler primarily trained the goalkeepers and defensive unit from 2006-2009. In 2007, the Black Knights posted their highest win total in over 10 years. M a n h a t t a n

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Lawler has been a member of the goalkeeping coaching staff for the United States Soccer Federation Region I Olympic Development Program since 2007. Working within the Town of Wallkill Soccer Club in Middletown, N.Y. for five years, Lawler was the head coach of the girl’s under-18 Red Devils premier team. Since 2005, Lawler also served as a girls Olympic Development Program head coach within Eastern New York Youth Soccer. At the high school level, Lawler was the head girls varsity coach at Pine Bush from 2003-2005. In 2005, he led the program to the school’s first-ever Section IX Championship. Lawler played Division I soccer and graduated cum laude from Saint Peter’s University earning a bachelor’s of arts in political science with minors in secondary education and history in 2002. Lawler was a teacher at Pine Bush High School for four years before pursuing a master’s degree in political science. Lawler holds a United States Soccer Federation A License and a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) advanced national goalkeeping diploma with distinguished pass. He currently serves as an instructor for the NSCAA Goalkeeping Academy.

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Kara Bucci ‘11 Assistant Coach • First Season

Former Jasper standout defender Kara Bucci ‘11 enters her first year as the top assistant for the Manhattan women’s soccer program. Bucci started 59 of 70 appearances over her career and was a two-time team captain. The three-time MAAC All-Academic Team honoree was a key part of a Jaspers defensive unit that posted 20 shutouts during her four years with the program. Bucci brings a plethora of instructional experience to the program from her time as a counselor at several collegiate soccer camps and clinics. Additionally, Bucci has worked as an evaluator for the Eastern New York Olympic Development Program.

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Bucci, a native of Newburgh, N.Y., scored five points over her career, including two goals and one assist. In four seasons, Bucci helped lift the Jaspers to 27 wins and 11 draws. Bucci enjoyed a break out campaign during her sophomore year when she started all 16 appearances contributing to five shutouts and a minimal 1.32 goals against average. As team captain in her final two seasons, Bucci led Manhattan to nine shutouts. A true student-athlete, Bucci was named to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll three times during her career. She graduated from Manhattan with a bachelor’s of arts degree in psychology.

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2012 roster Numerical Roster

No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Hometown/Previous School 1 Kristen Skonieczny Fr. GK 5-7 Lagrangeville, N.Y./Arlington 2 Brittany Egan Sr. M 5-4 Orangeburg, N.Y./Pearl River 3 Alex Iovine Jr. M/B 5-3 Canton, Conn./Northwest Catholic 4 Nicole Landes Sr. B 5-7 Stony Point, N.Y./North Rockland 5 Shannon Barry Jr. B 5-8 Lagrangeville, N.Y./Arlington 6 Kayla Howden Sr. F 5-4 Monroe, Conn./Masuk 7 Emily Ude Fr. F/M 5-2 Babylon, N.Y./North Babylon 9 Janie Schlauder Jr. F 5-2 Wallingford, Conn./Mark T. Sheehan 10 Sara Jones Sr. B 5-2 Aliso Viejo, Calif./Aliso Niguel 11 Tiffanie McIntosh Fr. F/M 5-3 Groton, N.Y./Lansing 13 Martine Diamond Jr. F/M 5-6 Island Park, N.Y./Kellenberg Memorial 15 Keara Hunt Jr. B 5-3 Hopewell Junction, N.Y./John Jay East Fishkill 16 Jordan Luithle Sr. B/M 5-11 Basking Ridge, N.J./Ridge/Towson 17 Claire Reinhard Sr. B/M 5-8 Ridgewood, N.J./Immaculate Heart/So. Conn. State 18 Aislinn McIlvenny Jr. M/F 5-7 Pleasant Valley, N.Y./Arlington/Charleston Southern 19 Mary Hijazi Fr. M 5-7 Merrick, N.Y./Sanford H. Calhoun 20 Shannon Garrity So. B 5-5 Massapequa Park, N.Y./Massapequa 21 Daniella Morgante So. M 5-3 Amawalk, N.Y./Somers/Saint Joseph’s 22 Colleen Kavanagh Fr. B/M 5-4 Rockville Centre, N.Y./Sacred Heart Academy 23 Allison Pfeiffer Sr. F/B 5-9 Floral Park, N.Y./St. Mary’s 24 Taylor Salkowsky Fr. B/M 5-7 Massapequa Park, N.Y./St. Anthony’s 25 Catherine Kinney Fr. M 5-3 Smithtown, N.Y./Smithtown 26 Hannah Pogulis Fr. B 5-7 Monroe, N.Y./Monroe-Woodbury 27 Sam Washuk Fr. F 5-3 Milford, Conn./Joseph A. Foran 98 Maria Sanzari Jr. GK 5-9 North Haven, Conn./North Haven 99 Kara Davis Sr. GK 5-3 Redding, Conn./Joel Barlow

Alphabetical Roster

No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Hometown/Previous School 5 Shannon Barry Jr. B 5-8 Lagrangeville, N.Y./Arlington 99 Kara Davis Sr. GK 5-3 Redding, Conn./Joel Barlow 13 Martine Diamond Jr. F/M 5-6 Island Park, N.Y./Kellenberg Memorial 2 Brittany Egan Sr. M 5-4 Orangeburg, N.Y./Pearl River 20 Shannon Garrity So. B 5-5 Massapequa Park, N.Y./Massapequa 19 Mary Hijazi Fr. M 5-7 Merrick, N.Y./Sanford H. Calhoun 6 Kayla Howden Sr. F 5-4 Monroe, Conn./Masuk 15 Keara Hunt Jr. B 5-3 Hopewell Junction, N.Y./John Jay East Fishkill 3 Alex Iovine Jr. M/B 5-3 Canton, Conn./Northwest Catholic 10 Sara Jones Sr. B 5-2 Aliso Viejo, Calif./Aliso Niguel 22 Colleen Kavanagh Fr. B/M 5-4 Rockville Centre, N.Y./Sacred Heart Academy 25 Catherine Kinney Fr. M 5-3 Smithtown, N.Y./Smithtown 4 Nicole Landes Sr. B 5-7 Stony Point, N.Y./North Rockland 16 Jordan Luithle Sr. B/M 5-11 Basking Ridge, N.J./Ridge/Towson 18 Aislinn McIlvenny Jr. M/F 5-7 Pleasant Valley, N.Y./Arlington/Charleston Southern 11 Tiffanie McIntosh Fr. F/M 5-3 Groton, N.Y./Lansing 21 Daniella Morgante So. M 5-3 Amawalk, N.Y./Somers/Saint Joseph’s 23 Allison Pfeiffer Sr. F/B 5-9 Floral Park, N.Y./St. Mary’s 26 Hannah Pogulis Fr. B 5-7 Monroe, N.Y./Monroe-Woodbury 17 Claire Reinhard Sr. B/M 5-8 Ridgewood, N.J./Immaculate Heart/So. Conn. State 24 Taylor Salkowsky Fr. B/M 5-7 Massapequa Park, N.Y./St. Anthony’s 98 Maria Sanzari Jr. GK 5-9 North Haven, Conn./North Haven 9 Janie Schlauder Jr. F 5-2 Wallingford, Conn./Mark T. Sheehan 1 Kristen Skonieczny Fr. GK 5-7 Lagrangeville, N.Y./Arlington 7 Emily Ude Fr. F/M 5-2 Babylon, N.Y./North Babylon 27 Sam Washuk Fr. F 5-3 Milford, Conn./Joseph A. Foran

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Brendan Lawler (Saint Peter’s ‘02), Third Season

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Senior • Goalkeeper • 5-3 • Redding, Conn./Joel Barlow GENERAL: Team captain… an explosive goalkeeper who possesses tremendous athleticism... terrific shot stopper... outstanding in 1-v-1 situations... has a remarkable vertical leap to cover all areas of the goal.

shutouts… posted a .765 save percentage… logged 65 saves… earned first collegiate victory in the season opener versus Robert Morris (8/28)… registered seven wins… recorded shutouts in victories against Cornell (9/13), Wagner (9/20), Iona (10/9), Saint Peter’s (10/17), Rider (10/29)…set a season-high with 10 saves in a double overtime tie with Canisius (10/4)… posted eight saves against Niagara (10/2) and seven against Iona (10/9)… spent 1507:18 minutes in net… named MAAC Rookie of the Week on October 12 after posting a total of nine saves and an .800 save percentage helping the Lady Jaspers to a win over Iona (10/9) and tying Fairfield (10/11).

2011: Named to the MAAC All-Academic Team and MAAC Honor Roll… started first 16 games and led the MAAC with 127 saves before missing the last game with an injury… finished the season leading the MAAC averaging 7.94 saves per game… ranked second in the league with a .836 save percentage… logged two shutouts and maintained a 1.54 goals against average over 1464:06 minutes in net… registered four double-digit save performances, including a career-high 17 in a 1-0 victory Fordham (9/9)… stopped 14 shots in a 3-1 win against Albany (9/21)… saved 16 shots against Niagara (10/2) and 10 versus Marist (10/9)… was on record for two draws against Wagner (9/18) and in a scoreless tie with Fairfield (10/14)… led the MAAC with 7.71 saves per game against conference opponents… ranked third in the MAAC with 54 saves in league matches.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: A four year letter winner at Joel Barlow High School... named All-Southwest Conference First Team in her final three years (2006-08)... served as team captain and selected First Team All-State and Team MVP as a junior and senior... earned All-New England recognition as a senior... helped lead Joel Barlow to 2008 Southwest Conference Championship and advanced to State Finals... played club soccer with CFC United team that won 2008 Connecticut State Championship... lettered four years in basketball... named Rookie of the Year on the Track & Field team at the conclusion of her freshman campaign.

2010: Started 15 of 16 appearances… named to the MAAC All-Academic Team and MAAC Honor Roll… ranked third in the MAAC with 96 saves and finished fourth in the conference with a .828 save percentage… posted three shutouts in wins over Bryant (9/24) and Niagara (10/31), and a tie against Towson (10/10)… finished with five wins and logged 1384:14 minutes in net… harbored a 1.30 goals against average… led the conference with 60 saves and posted a 1.18 goals against average in nine MAAC appearances… averaged 6.67 saves per game and registered a .857 save percentage in league matches… posted three double-digit save performances, including a season-high 13 saves against Loyola (10/22)… recorded 11 saves against Fordham (8/29) and Marist (10/3)… finished with nine saves in a 1-0 victory over Niagara (10/31) in the regularseason finale.

PERSONAL: Born June 20, 1991... the daughter of Jon and Patricia Davis... has three siblings, Jon, Lindsay and Erin... majoring in exercise science... aspires to be an athletic trainer.

davis’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min. GA GAA SV SV% SO W-L-T 2009 19-19 1507:18 20 1.19 65 .765 5 7-9-3 2010 16-15 1384:14 20 1.30 96 .828 3 5-9-1 2011 16-16 1464:06 25 1.54 127 .836 2 3-10-2 Totals 51-50 4355:38 65 1.34 288 .816 10 15-28-6

2009: Selected to the All-MAAC Rookie Team… started all 19 appearances in goal… ranked third in the MAAC with a 1.19 goal against average and five

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Brittany Egan Senior • Midfield • 5-4 • Orangeburg, N.Y./Pearl River

GENERAL: Explosive midfielder with high soccer IQ... brings a tremendous work rate to the field on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Four year varsity starter at Pearl River High School... named First Team All-League all four years and served as team captain for her senior season... received New York State AllSection I honors in her final three seasons and was selected All-County following her junior and senior campaigns... named All-State as a senior... was a member of the Hudson Valley Team at the 2008 Empire State Games... played within the Olympic Development Program (2006 & 2007)...helped lead New York Magic club team to the Super Y League North American Finals two consecutive years... Letter two years in lacrosse and one year in track at Pearl River.

2011: Made two appearances as a reserve… season debut came against Canisius (9/30) at Gaelic Park… contributed to a scoreless draw versus Fairfield (10/14). 2010: Started seven of 13 appearances… played in three wins over Fairleigh Dickinson (8/27), Bryant (9/24) and Iona (10/10), and contributed in shutout with Towson (9/10)… missed the final six games of the season due to injury. 2009: Appeared in 16 games, starting in two... contributed to seven wins coming against Robert Morris (8/28), Fairleigh Dickinson (9/6), Cornell (9/13), Wagner (9/20), Iona (10/9), Saint Peter’s (10/17), Rider (10/29)… made first collegiate start against Cornell (9/13)… registered four shot attempts.

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PERSONAL: Born August 20, 1991... the daughter of Richard and Theresa Egan... has four sisters, Shana, Erin, Jillian and Kelly Ann... majoring in special education.

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Nicole Landes Senior • Back • 5-7 • Stony Point, N.Y./North Rockland

GENERAL: Tough, physical, determined player on both sides of the ball... has great speed, energy and a fantastic work rate... good vision... brings enthusiasm to the team. 2011: Served as team co-captain… named to the MAAC All-Academic Team and MAAC Honor Roll… appeared in all 17 games, starting 11 matches… contributed to three wins over Fordham (9/9), Albany (9/21) and Saint Peter’s (10/22), along with ties against Wagner (9/18) and Fairfield (10/14)… helped anchor a defense that recorded two shutouts… logged a .750 shots on goal percentage. 2010: Did not play due to injury. Named to the MAAC All-Academic Team. 2009: Played in 15 games, starting three… made first collegiate start at Fairleigh Dickinson (9/6)… assisted an insurance goal in season opening win over Robert Morris (8/28)… led Manhattan with .833 shot on goal percentage… contributed to wins against Robert Morris (8/28), Fairleigh Dickinson (9/6), Cornell (9/13), Iona (10/9), Rider (10/29).

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BEFORE MANHATTAN: Four year letter winner at North Rockland High School... earned All-County and All-League honors in each of her four seasons... named All-Section I two times (2005 & 2007)... helped guide team to 2005 New York State Class AA Finals... served as team captain for senior year... played club soccer for Soccer Plus Nirvana and was a member of the New York State Olympic Development Program... lettered five years in Track & Field... served as president of National Honor Society at North Rockland. PERSONAL: Born March 27, 1991... the daughter of Gary and Suzanne Landes... has four siblings, Chris, Johnny, Tommy and Katie... majoring in Accounting... aspires to become a Certified Public Accountant.

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Kayla Howden Senior • Forward • 5-4 • Monroe, Conn./Masuk

GENERAL: Possesses an incredible combination of speed, strength and balance... a pure forward with a knack for scoring all types of goals... stretches opposing defenses and adds a new dimension to the front line.

Robert Morris (8/28), Fairleigh Dickinson (9/6), Cornell (9/13), Wagner (9/20), Iona (10/9), Army (10/15), Saint Peter’s (10/17), Rider (10/29)… attempted seven shots. BEFORE MANHATTAN: Lettered three years at Masuk High School... help guide team to three straight Southwest Conference Championships (2006, 2007, 2008)... named to All-Southwest Conference First Team as a junior after posting 26 goals and seven assists... selected to All-Southwest Conference First Team, All-State and All-New England following her senior campaign... scored 22 goals and notched 10 assists in 2008 and scored the game winning goal in the 2008 Southwest Conference title game... played club soccer for the CFC United... lettered four years in Indoor Track and three years in Outdoor Track.

2011: Made five starts in 16 appearances… contributed to three victories against Fordham (9/9), Albany (9/21) and Saint Peter’s (10/22)… ranked third on the team with 15 shots, placing seven on goal… logged a .467 shots on goal percentage… notched a season-high three shots in two games against Canisius (9/30) and Niagara (10/2). 2010: Started nine of 18 appearances… scored second career game winning goal in the Jaspers’ 2-1 victory over Iona (10/10)… ranked fourth on the team with 25 shots and posted a .440 shots on goal percentage… fired a career-high seven shots in her first start of the season helping Manhattan to a 2-0 win against Bryant (9/24)… also contributed in victories against Fairleigh Dickinson (8/27), Saint Peter’s (10/15) and Niagara (10/31)… averaged 1.39 shots per game… posted a team-best .667 shots on goal percentage in nine conference matches.

PERSONAL: Born May 1, 1991... daughter of Gary and Heidi Howden... has a brother, Brett... majoring in biology.

howden’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A PT SH GW 2009 18-4 1 0 2 7 1 2010 18-9 1 0 2 25 1 2011 16-5 0 0 0 15 0 Totals 52-18 2 0 4 47 2

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Sara Jones

Senior • Back • 5-2 • Aliso Viejo, Calif./Aliso Niguel GENERAL: Brings incredible enthusiasm and passion to the program... tough defender who also likes to get involved in the attack... dangerous in set pieces with throw in capabilities and precise corner kicks. 2011: Made appearances in 15 games, starting in five… started in two of the Jaspers victories against Albany (9/21) and Saint Peter’s (10/22)… contributed in the back to both of Manhattan’s shutouts in win over Fordham (9/9) and scoreless tie with Fairfield (10/14)… started the last three games of the season versus Saint Peter’s (10/22), Columbia (10/24) and Loyola (10/28). 2010: Started 12 of 17 appearances… contributed to all three shutouts coming in victories over Bryant (9/24) and Niagara (10/31), and a scoreless tie against Towson (10/10)… made first collegiate start in Manhattan’s season opening victory against Fairleigh Dickinson (8/27) at Gaelic Park… appeared in eight conference matches, starting six. 2009: Appeared in eight games… contributed to four wins over Robert Morris (8/28), Wagner (9/20), Saint Peter’s (10/17), Rider (10/29)… member of a defensive unit which posted three shutouts.

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BEFORE MANHATTAN: Lettered four years at Aliso Niguel High School... helped guide team to 2009 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) South Coast League Championship and ESPN Rise National Top-10 ranking... received Aliso Niguel 2009 Lee Brennan Memorial Sportsman of the Year Award... played club soccer with the Slammers Futbol Club of the Coast Soccer Premier League... member of the Aliso Niguel Surf Team as a senior and earned the program’s Rookie of the Year award... advanced to the CIF-SS Women’s Longboard State Semifinals... named Aliso Niguel Surf Team Scholar Athlete... also lettered in lacrosse, cross country and track & field... ran the 2005 Los Angeles Marathon. PERSONAL: Born August 7, 1991... daughter of Jon and Tamara Jones... has a brother, Jon-Patrick... majoring in chemical engineering... aspires for a career in the cosmetics industry... enjoys surfing and snow/wake boarding.

jones’ Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A PT SH GW 2009 8-0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 17-12 0 0 0 2 0 2011 15-5 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 40-17 0 0 0 3 0

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Jordan Luithle

Senior • Back/Midfield • 5-11 • Basking Ridge, N.J./Ridge/Towson GENERAL: Versatile back who brings Division I experience to the roster… possesses a composed technique and quality field vision… adds good size in the middle of the field.

the Millburn Magic in Northern New Jersey of the Women’s Premier Soccer League, an independent national league representing the highest level of women’s amateur soccer in the United States… an AllState selection at Ridge High School in northern New Jersey playing under head coach Katie Donahue… named Ridge’s Most Valuable Player as a senior, after leading the Red Devils to the sectional and conference championships… played for Match Fit Academy club team.

2011: Named to MAAC All-Academic Team and MAAC Honor Roll… started the first 11 appearances in the back before missing the remainder of the season with an injury… contributed to a 1-0 victory over Fordham (9/9) at Gaelic Park… helped Manhattan to a tie with Wagner (9/18) and win over Albany (9/21)… logged first collegiate assist in her last appearance of the season at Marist (9/9).

PERSONAL: Born September 28, 1991... daughter of Mark and Ellen Luithle... majoring in communications.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Played her first two collegiate years at Towson where she appeared in 19 games over her career with the Tigers… made 15 appearances for the Tigers as a sophomore… was a member of the Dean’s List at Towson and a two-time recipient of the Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Academic Award… member of

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Claire Reinhard

Senior • Back/Midfield • 5-8 • Ridgewood, N.J./Immaculate Heart Academy/Southern Connecticut State GENERAL: Excellent technical player… excels when playing in the middle of the field… possesses good composure and can control the tempo of the game… high percentage passer… bolsters back line. 2011: Made starts in all 16 appearances… contributed to three Manhattan wins over Fordham (9/9), Albany (9/21) and Saint Peter’s (2-1)… assisted the insurance goal in the 67th minute of a 3-1 victory at Albany (9/21)… part of a defensive unit that recorded two shutouts. 2010: Started all 17 appearances… tied for team-best with two assists… setup insurance goal in the Jaspers 2-0 victory over Bryant (9/24)… assisted the game winning goal to help Manhattan earn a 2-1 win over Saint Peter’s (10/15)… helped anchor the Jaspers’ defense in shutouts against Towson (9/10) and Bryant (9/24). BEFORE MANHATTAN: Transfer from Southern Connecticut State… All-League honoree at Immaculate Heart (N.J.) Academy… helped lead Immaculate Heart Academy to four straight Northern New M a n h a t t a n

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Allison Pfeiffer Senior • Forward/Back • 5-9 • Floral Park, N.Y./St. Mary’s

2009: Played in 17 games… made first collegiate start in a victory at Fairleigh Dickinson (9/6)… scored the game winning goal in the Jaspers season opening victory over Robert Morris (8/28)… contributed to other wins against Cornell (9/13), Wagner (9/20), Saint Peter’s (10/17), Rider (10/29)… attempted six shots.

GENERAL: Terrific athlete who brings speed, size, strength and a tough mentality to the team... creates opportunities in the attacking third... has a knack for scoring goals.

2011: Made eight starts in 16 appearances… selected to MAAC AllAcademic Team and MAAC Honor Roll… scored three points, which was the fourth most on the squad… placed seven of 11 shots on goal for a .636 shots on goal percentage… scored third career goal in a 2-1 victory at Saint Peter’s (10/22)… dished out her first collegiate assist against Iona (10/16)… took a season-high three shots at Bryant (9/2)… finished third on the team with five corner kicks. 2010: Started 10 of 17 appearances… named to MAAC Honor Roll… scored her second career game winning goal in Manhattan’s season opening 2-1 victory over Fairleigh Dickinson (8/27)… fired 13 shots, placing eight on goal to lead the team with a .615 shots on goal rate… helped Manhattan to wins over Bryant (9/24), Saint Peter’s (10/15) and Niagara (10/31)… appeared in eight conference games, starting two.

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Alex Iovine

Junior • Midfield/Back • 5-3 • Canton, Conn./Northwest Catholic GENERAL: Extremely versatile and technically superb player… plays with great composure… strong with both feet…possesses good knowledge of the game. 2011: Started 15 of 16 appearances… made starts in three Jaspers wins over Fordham (9/9), Albany (9/21) and Saint Peter’s (10/22)… fired nine shots, including four in the last three games of the season… posted a season-high two shots at Saint Peter’s (10/22) and Columbia (10/24). 2010: One of five Jaspers to play in all 19 games, starting in 12 matches… recorded first career assist against Iona (10/10) which helped lift Manhattan to a 2-1 victory… contributed in wins over Fairleigh Dickinson (8/27), Bryant (9/24), Saint Peter’s (10/15) and Niagara (10/31)… finished fifth on the team with 14 shot attempts… made first collegiate start at Fordham (8/29)… recorded a career-high three shots against Columbia (10/18). BEFORE MANHATTAN: Graduated as the all-time assist leader (46) at Northwest Catholic High School… helped guide Northwest Catholic to a school record 18 wins and a share of the Class M State M a n h a t t a n

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Championship… named to the 2009 All-State Team and received AllHartford Courant Team honors after setting a single season school record with 28 assists… received Northwest Catholic Scholar Athlete Award in 2009 and was the team’s Most Valuable Player… played first two years at Cherokee High School (NJ) where she was a starter… a three year member of the New Jersey State Olympic Development Program… helped lead the MLU Comets club team to the New Jersey State Cup Championships in 2007… played club soccer with the CFC United which won the 2009 Connecticut State Cup Championship. PERSONAL: Born May 27, 1992… daughter of Mark and Lisa Iovine… has a brother, Mark, and a sister, Julianna… majoring in business… enjoys kayaking and kickboxing in spare time.

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Shannon Barry Junior • Back • 5-8 • Lagrangeville, N.Y./Arlington

GENERAL: Versatile player who can excel playing in the back or at the midfield… brings good knowledge of the game to the field… offers a good presence in the air and is strong in her tackles. 2011: Started all 16 appearances… made first collegiate start in the season opener at Rhode Island (8/26)… contributed to a defensive unit that notched two shutouts against Fordham (9/9) and Fairfield (10/14)… saw action in wins against Albany (9/21) and Saint Peter’s (10/22), along with a tie at Wagner (9/18). 2010: Appeared in five games… made collegiate debut at Army (10/5)… saw action against Navy (9/12), Stony Brook (9/19), Columbia (10/18) and Rider (10/24).

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Four year starter and two-time All-Section honoree (2008 & 2009) at Arlington High School... four-time AllLeague selection... helped guide Arlington to a share of the 2008 Section I Championship... member of the Middlepath FC Hawks club team... played within the Eastern New York Olympic Development program... started three years on Arlington’s lacrosse team and earned All-League honors as a junior and senior. PERSONAL: Born June 12, 1992... daughter of Mark and Kathleen Barry... has three sisters, Meghan, Caitlin, and Colleen who played Division I soccer at Penn...majoring in psychology... enjoys swimming and cooking in spare time.

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Janie Schlauder Junior • Forward • 5-2 • Wallingford, Conn./Mark T. Sheehan

GENERAL: Savvy player with excellent technique and a true passion for the game… possesses ability to break down defenses off the dribble… has good vision and first touch on the ball… quality passer… very creative player in the 18. 2011: Started 14 of 16 appearances… finished third on the team in scoring with five points… recorded first collegiate goal in a start against Iona (10/16)… dished out a team-high three assists coming against Sacred Heart (9/16), Niagara (10/2) and in a win over Albany (9/21)… ranked fifth on the team with 13 shots, placing eight on goal for a .615 shots on goal percentage… fired a season-high two shots on three occasions against Canisius (9/30), Niagara (10/2) and Iona (10/16). 2010: Appeared in 18 games, starting in five… played in all five of the Jaspers victories over Fairleigh Dickinson (8/27), Bryant (9/24), Iona (10/10), Saint Peter’s (10/15) and Niagara (10/31)… made first collegiate start at Army (9/5)… saw action in all nine MAAC contests, starting four.

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BEFORE MANHATTAN: Lettered four years at Mark T. Sheehan High School… served as the team captain her senior season and was selected the team’s Offensive Most Valuable Player… named to the 2009 All-SCC Housatonic Division Team… honored on the All-SCC Academic Team as a sophomore, junior and senior… played club soccer with the CFC United helping the team to three state championships (2006, 2007, 2009) and the regional semifinals in 2007 and 2009… three year member of the Connecticut Olympic Development Program (ODP), and the team advanced to the ODP Region I Finals in 2008. PERSONAL: Born November 5, 1992… the daughter of James Schlauder and Margaret Fuller… has a brother, James, and three sisters, Madison, Jessica and Miranda… majoring in engineering.

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Martine Diamond Junior • Forward/Midfield • 5-6 • Island Park, N.Y./Kellenberg Memorial

GENERAL: Dynamic player who is dangerous without the ball… creates well off the dribble and can make tremendous runs off the ball… brings a new dimension to the attack as either a striker or wide midfielder. 2011: Made starts in all 16 appearances… led Manhattan with five goals and 11 points… ranked in the top-10 of the MAAC for goals… registered a team-high 34 shots, including 18 on goal… harbored a .529 shots on goal percentage… took nearly half of the squad’s corner kicks with 19 on the season… scored all five goals over a six game stretch… logged goals in consecutive games against Sacred Heart (9/16), Wagner (9/18) and Albany (9/21), and then in back-to-back matches with Canisius (9/30) and Niagara (10/2)… dished out second career assist at Fairleigh Dickinson (9/11)… launched a career-high eight shots in a 1-1 draw at Wagner (9/18)… placed all five shot attempts on goal in a 2-1 victory at Saint Peter’s (10/22). 2010: Started seven of 12 appearances… finished third on the team in points… recorded her first career assist by setting up the game winning goal in the Jaspers victory over Bryant (9/24)… made first collegiate start at Cornell (9/26)… recorded the game winning goal against Saint Peter’s (10/15) at Gaelic Park… registered a .500 shots M a n h a t t a n

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Keara Hunt

Junior • Back • 5-3 • Hopewell Junction, N.Y./John Jay East Fishkill GENERAL: Brings a phenomenal work rate to the field…possesses tremendous pace, boundless energy and has a fearless nature in her defending and willingness to get forward… hard nosed player. 2011: Played in five matches, including three against MAAC opponents… named to MAAC Honor Roll… scored first career collegiate goal, a game winner, in a 3-1 victory over Albany (9/21) at Gaelic Park… saw action in four road games at Bryant (9/2), Siena (10/7), Marist (10/9) and Loyola (10/28). 2010: Appeared in 16 games… contributed to four of the Lady Jaspers’ victories against Bryant (9/24), Iona (10/10), Saint Peter’s (10/15) and Niagara (10/31)… made collegiate debut at Army (9/5)… earned first career start at Iona (10/10)... competed in eight conference matches. BEFORE MANHATTAN: Lettered four years of varsity soccer at John Jay East Fishkill… a three time All-Section I honoree and four time All League performer… helped guide the Patriots to back-to-back New York State Championships (2008 & 2009)… as a senior, named First Team All New York State, Most Outstanding Player in the New

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Aislinn McIlvenny

Junior • Midfield/Forward • 5-7 • Pleasant Valley, N.Y./Arlington/Charleston Southern BEFORE MANHATTAN: Transferred from Charleston Southern where she played in two games in 2010 against Georgia Southern and VMI before receiving a medical red-shirt… as a red-shirt freshman during the 2011 season started all 17 appearances… recorded four points, including one goal and two assists… the goal was a game winner scored against Campbell (10/22) in a 1-0 triumph… finished 2011 season third on the team with 35 shot attempts… a native of Pleasant Valley, N.Y. who was a two-time All-State and team MVP honoree at

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Maria Sanzari

Junior • Goalkeeper • 5-9 • North Haven, Conn./North Haven GENERAL: Tremendous athlete who possesses quickness, agility and toughness… has terrific hands… great outlet throw which can spark counterattacks. 2011: Made three appearances, starting one match in net… named to the MAAC Honor Roll… received first collegiate start in the season finale at Loyola (10/28) making a career-high four saves against the Greyhounds… made collegiate debut and first career save at Siena (10/7) without allowing a goal in 20:47 minutes of action… blocked two shots in 27:38 minutes in net at Columbia (10/24). 2010: DNP

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Lettered four years at North Haven High School… an All-Oronoque Division of the Southern Connecticut Conference (2008) honoree… named to the SCC All-Academic Team as a junior and senior… four year letterwinner in softball playing center field… lettered one year in Indoor Track & Field participating in shot put… played club soccer with the CFC Impact. PERSONAL: Born March 29, 1992… the daughter of Ralph and Michele Marie Sanzari… has a brother, Michael, and three sisters, Lisa, Christina and Angela… majoring in elementary and special education.

sanzari’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min. GA GAA SV SV% SO W-L-T 2010 DNP 2011 3-1 138:25 7 4.55 7 .500 0 0-2-0 Totals 3-1 138:25 7 4.55 7 .500 0 0-2-0 M a n h a t t a n

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Shannon Garrity Sophomore • Back • 5-5 • Massapequa Park, N.Y./Massapequa

GENERAL: Brings a great work ethic to the field… has a great understanding how to defend and attack from any wide position… comes from successful high school and club programs. 2011: Appeared in 14 games and started one match… named to the MAAC Honor Roll… made collegiate debut and posted a season-high two shots at Rhode Island (8/26)… earned first career start at Bryant (9/2)… contributed to a 1-0 triumph against Fordham (9/9), along with wins over Albany (9/21) and Saint Peter’s (10/22). BEFORE MANHATTAN: Lettered at Massapequa High School in Long Island… helped lead Massapequa to the 2010 New York State Class AA Championship as a senior, guiding the Chiefs to an undefeated

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19-0-1 overall record and a perfect 12-0-0 mark in Conference I… helped Massapequa to three straight Nassau County Class AA Championships, playing under head coach Bruce Stegner… member of the HBC Intense 92 club soccer program, which advanced to the semifinals of the Eastern New York State Cup in 2010 and 2011. PERSONAL: Born January 10, 1993… the daughter of John and Kim Garrity… has a younger sister, Amanda… majoring in exercise science.

garrity’s Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A PT SH GW 2011 14-1 0 0 0 2 0 Totals 14-1 0 0 0 2 0

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Daniella Morgante Sophomore • Midfield • 5-3 • Amawalk, N.Y./Somers/Saint Joseph’s GENERAL: Transfer who brings Division I experience to the roster… two-sport high school athlete. BEFORE MANHATTAN: Four year starter at Somers High School… earned both All-League and All-Section Team honors… served as a team captain as a senior… received both the Coaches Award and Joseph Carr Tenacity and Team Dedication Award… member of the Quickstrike F.C. club team. PERSONAL: Born June 16, 1993… the daughter of Steven and Linda Morgante… has two brothers, Michael and Matthew, and a sister, Christina… majoring in elementary and special education.

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Kristen Skonieczny Freshman • Goalkeeper • 5-7 • Lagrangeville, N.Y./Arlington

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GENERAL: Fearless competitor who can dominate in the air… makes routine saves and will come up with the big saves that preserve wins… brings a high level of experience from the high school and club level.

at the conclusion of her senior campaign after limiting opponents to only nine goals all season… plays club soccer for the Middlepath FC program… letter winner on the Arlington basketball and lacrosse teams.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Three year varsity starter at Arlington High School… as a senior helped lead Arlington to a New York State Section I Championship and the Class AA title contest in 2011… three-time All-League honoree… earned Arlington’s Most Valuable Player award

PERSONAL: Born October 13, 1994… the daughter of John and RoseAnn Skonieczny… has two brothers, Michael and Stephen who lettered four years of soccer at Siena College and played his final season at Marist... majoring in biology… aspires to be a doctor.

Emily Ude Freshman • Forward/Midfield • 5-2 • Babylon, N.Y./North Babylon

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GENERAL: Brings a quick and dynamic attacking ability to the field… finishes around the goal in a variety of ways… dangerous in the attack, especially against top competition… true student athlete who is equally as strong in the classroom.

goals and 13 assists… four year starter at North Babylon and finished her career with the third most goals in program history with 37 and she graduated with the school’s career assist record with 32… played club soccer with the Farmingdale Freedom… served as the Senior Class President at North Babylon and was the National Honor Society Vice President… two year letter winner on North Babylon’s varsity track team.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Four year varsity letter winner at North Babylon High School… earned All-County honors in her final three years at North Babylon… led North Babylon with 13 goals and 10 assists during her senior campaign helping the team to nine victories… as a junior earned First Team All-New York State honors and was named the League VI Player of the Year after posting 13

PERSONAL: Born July 21, 1994… the daughter of Peter and Linda Ude… has a sister, Caitlin… a business major who aspires to work in the field of accounting.

Tiffanie McIntosh Freshman • Forward/Midfield • 5-3 • Groton, N.Y./Lansing

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GENERAL: Hardnosed, physical forward who has an incredible work ethic… possesses extensive experience against top competition… has good technical ability and quickness.

Valuable Player honors as a senior… played club soccer with Binghamton United FC, a high level national league organization… lettered two years on the varsity track & field team at Lansing.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Four year letter winner at Lansing High School… earned New York State Class C First Team honors as a senior after helping Lansing to a No. 2 state ranking and 16-2 record… four-time Interscholastic Athletic Conference (IAC) honoree… earned IAC Most

PERSONAL: Born February 9, 1994… the daughter of Travis and Pamela McIntosh… has a brother, Nathaniel, and two sisters, Emma and Danielle… majoring in exercise science.

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Mary Hijazi Freshman • Midfield • 5-7 • Merrick, N.Y./Sanford H. Calhoun

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GENERAL: Technical central midfielder with the ability to orchestrate tempo and direction of attacks… possess strong ability to place accurate penetration passes and short possession oriented passes… has good physical strength… brings experience playing against top competition with her high school and club programs.

Class AA Nassau County championship game… named to the All-Conference Team as a senior, as well as AllClass AA as a sophomore… played club soccer with the East Meadow Express U18 of the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL)… three sport athlete at Calhoun also lettering in lacrosse and track.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Four year starter at Sanford H. Calhoun High School… helped lead Calhoun to a 16-1-2 overall record as the Lady Colts advanced to the 2011

PERSONAL: Born March 15, 1994… the daughter of Mamdouh Hijazi… has a brother, Sammy, and a sister, Sara… an engineering major.

Colleen Kavanagh Freshman • Back/Midfield • 5-4 • Rockville Centre, N.Y./Sacred Heart Academy

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GENERAL: Brings versatility to the roster with her ability to play in the middle of the field or out wide… possesses experience playing at a high level from her high school and club programs.

Class AA semifinals… finished senior season ranked second on the team with six goals, and she added two assists… played club soccer for the Massapequa Storm. PERSONAL: Born June 21, 1994… the daughter of Kevin and Mary Kavanagh… has five brothers, Kevin, Matt, Brendan, Patrick and Christopher… an engineering major.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Three year varsity starter at Sacred Heart Academy… as a senior captain helped lead Sacred Heart to a 10-1-1 conference record and advance to the Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA)

Taylor Salkowsky Freshman • Back/Midfield • 5-7 • Massapequa, N.Y./St. Anthony’s

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GENERAL: Possesses good technical comfort on the ball… maintains a high fitness level… brings versatility to several positions on the field… has a high level of experience from her club and high school squads. BEFORE MANHATTAN: Four year varsity starter at St. Anthony’s High School… helped lead St. Anthony’s to the 2011 New York State CHSAA Class AA Championship in 2011… scored six points as a senior during the championship run as St. Anthony’s posted a 14-1-2 overall

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record… participant of the New York State Olympic Development Program (ODP) and played club soccer for the East Meadow Express of the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL)… member of the National Honor Society and participated on the St. Anthony’s Leadership Team (S.A.L.T.). PERSONAL: Born September 23, 1994… the daughter of John and Joann Salkowsky… has two brothers, Jack and Eddie, and a sister, Madalyn.

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Catherine Kinney Freshman • Midfield • 5-3 • Smithtown, N.Y./Smithtown West Academic Team… member of the Eastern New York State Olympic Development team… played club soccer for the East Meadow Express of the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL)… two year varsity letter winner in Badminton.

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BEFORE MANHATTAN: Four year letter winner at Smithtown High School West… earned All-County honors as a senior helping Smithtown West advance to the Suffolk Class AA Playoffs quarterfinals… helped Smithtown West post a 10-3-3 overall record and 8-1-2 conference mark… named to the Suffolk County All-

PERSONAL: Born June 16, 1994… the daughter of Robert and Lucy Kinney… has two sisters, Sara and Mary, and a brother, Bobby… majoring in communications.

Hannah Pogulis Freshman • Back • 5-7 • Monroe, N.Y./Monroe-Woodbury GENERAL: Tenacious player expected to strengthen the defense… hard worker who is dedicated to academic and athletic success.

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in 2011… lettered four years on the indoor and outdoor track & field teams at Monroe-Woodbury… earned the school’s varsity Scholar Athlete Award each year from eighth grade to her senior year… played club soccer with the Cornwall United Team Primo.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Three year varsity starter for Monroe-Woodbury High School… served as team captain and received the Monroe-Woodbury Coach’s Award as a senior… helped lead the Crusaders to the semifinals of the New York State Section IX Class AA tournament

PERSONAL: Born February 6, 1994… the daughter of Robert and Miriam Pogulis… has a sister, Lauren… majoring in economics.

Sam Washuk Freshman • Forward • 5-3 • Milford, Conn./Joseph A. Foran

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GENERAL: Has a superb work rate and tactical understanding of the game… brings experience playing with a high level club program. BEFORE MANHATTAN: Four year starter for Joseph A. Foran High School… earned Hammonasset All Division Team honors of the Southern Connecticut Conference (SCC) in each of her four years with the program… received SCC All Academic Award all four years at Joseph A. Foran… played club soccer for the Soccer Plus CT

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FC… a multisport athlete who lettered in tennis and basketball. PERSONAL: Born August 28, 1994… the daughter of Stanley and Vicki Washuk… has two sisters, Alex and Kate… an engineering major.

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2011 statistics Overall: 3-12-2 Conf: 1-6-1 Home: 2-4-1 Away: 1-8-1 Neut: 0-0-0

Overall Individual Statistics

## Name GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT CORNER 13 Martine Diamond 16-16 5 1 11 34 .147 18 .529 0 0-0 19 11 Devon Lutz 16-16 4 2 10 24 .167 10 .417 1 0-0 21 9 Janie Schlauder 16-14 1 3 5 13 .077 8 .615 0 0-0 0 23 Allison Pfeiffer 16-8 1 1 3 11 .091 7 .636 0 0-0 5 7 Megan Lavecchia 15-14 1 0 2 14 .071 8 .571 0 0-0 1 15 Keara Hunt 5-0 1 0 2 1 1.000 1 1.000 1 0-0 0 21 Kiersten McGarty 17-1 0 1 1 9 .000 6 .667 0 0-0 9 16 Jordan Luithle 11-11 0 1 1 2 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 17 Claire Reinhard 16-16 0 1 1 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 6 Kayla Howden 16-5 0 0 0 15 .000 7 .467 0 0-0 0 3 Alex Iovine 16-15 0 0 0 9 .000 2 .222 0 0-0 0 1 Lexi Kearns 15-0 0 0 0 6 .000 4 .667 0 0-0 0 14 Rachel Tomashosky 14-4 0 0 0 4 .000 3 .750 0 0-0 1 4 Nicole Landes 17-11 0 0 0 4 .000 3 .750 0 0-0 0 8 Tara Gleason 6-2 0 0 0 3 .000 1 .333 0 0-0 0 20 Shannon Garrity 14-1 0 0 0 2 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 22 Marissa Greco 15-11 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 0 18 Elisa Cullaro 10-4 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 0 10 Sara Jones 15-5 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 3 2 Brittany Egan 2-0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 99 Kara Davis 16-16 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 98 Maria Sanzari 3-1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 12 Emily Teepe 3-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 5 Shannon Barry 16-16 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 0 Total 17 14 10 38 155 .090 82 .529 3 0-0 Opponents 17 32 28 92 364 .088 166 .456 12 2-2 -

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## Name GP-GS Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T Sho FACED 99 Kara Davis 16-16 1464:06 25 1.54 127 .836 3 10 2 2 330 98 Maria Sanzari 3-1 138:25 7 4.55 7 .500 0 2 0 0 32 Total 17 1602:31 32 1.80 134 .807 3 12 2 2 362 Opponents 17 1602:31 14 0.79 68 .829 12 3 2 6 155 Team saves: 0 GOALS BY PERIOD Manhattan Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 8 6 0 0 14 19 11 0 2 32

SHOTS BY PERIOD Manhattan Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 82 66 5 2 155 171 170 10 13 364

SAVES BY PERIOD Manhattan Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 67 57 3 7 134 41 25 2 0 68

CORNER KICKS BY PRD Manhattan Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 30 28 1 0 59 48 46 5 1 100

FOULS BY PERIOD Manhattan Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 74 85 4 7 170 52 77 3 3 135

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at Rhode Island L

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Martine Diamond (Janie Schlauder) [#99]

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Keara Hunt (Devon Lutz)

Devon Lutz (Claire Reinhard)

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* Oct 2, 2011 NIAGARA L O2

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Martine Diamond (Janie Schlauder) [#99]

* Oct 7, 2011

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Devon Lutz (Jordan Luithle) [#99]

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FAIRFIELD T O2

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IONA L O2

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Janie Schlauder (Allison Pfeiffer) [#99]

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at Columbia L

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3-12-2

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Devon Lutz (unassisted) [#98]

TEAM RECORD W-L-T Overall: 3-12-2 Conference: 1-6-1 Home: 2-4-1 Away: 1-8-1 Neutral: 0-0 Overtime: 0-2-2

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metro atlantic athletic conference

With 10 institutions strongly bound by the sound principles of quality and integrity in academics and excellence in athletics, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference is in its 31st year of competition during the 2011-2012 academic year. The MAAC was founded in 1980 by six charter members: the U.S. Military Academy, Fairfield University, Fordham University, Iona College, Manhattan College and Saint Peter’s College. Competition followed one year later in the fall of 1981 with members competing in the sports of men’s cross country and men’s soccer. On January 2, 1982, Army traveled to Iona for the first MAAC men’s basketball game and the MAAC story had begun. Today, Conference members include: Canisius College, Fairfield University, Iona College, Loyola University Maryland, Manhattan College, Marist College, Niagara University, Rider University, Saint Peter’s College, and Siena College. In addition, associate members include the University of Detroit Mercy, Jacksonville University and Virginia Military Institute in men’s lacrosse. St. Francis (N.Y.) College, Villanova University, VMI and Wagner College are all associate members of the MAAC Women’s Water Polo League. Drake University, Robert Morris University and Sacred Heart University compete in women’s rowing, while the University at Albany, Boston University and the University of Hartford began competition in women’s golf in the spring of 2010. The MAAC will support 24 sports and championships during the 2011-2012 academic year. The MAAC Basketball Championships move to Springfield’s MassMutual Center to host the 2012-2014 championships. By having an excellent working relationship with various facilities, the MAAC has been able to attract a number of NCAA Championship events. Most recently, the MAAC and Rider co-hosted the 2011 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The MAAC, Canisius College and Niagara University successfully hosted the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship First and Second Rounds at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo, New York. All three parties hosted the event in 2004 and 2007. The MAAC and Rider University co-hosted the 2009 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship Regional at the Sovereign Bank Arena in Trenton, N.J., after recording the third highest attendance figure for the women’s championship with the First and Second Rounds in 2006. The MAAC and Rider will work together to co-host the 2012 NCAA Rowing Championships at Mercer Lake in West Windsor, New Jersey.

The MAAC prides itself on the accomplishments of its studentathletes in the classroom, as well as on the field. Mary Beth Riley, a 1991 graduate of Canisius, was the first recipient of the NCAA Woman of the Year Award. In the fall of 1998, Erin Whalen, a member of the Iona women’s rowing team, was awarded one of the nation’s 32 Rhodes Scholarships for academic achievement and civic leadership. Jose Vargas, a Loyola student, was also awarded a Rhodes Scholarship in 1999. First-class facilities are the rule with MAAC schools, as teams regularly play in top-notch arenas, such as Madison Square Garden, the IZOD Center, HSBC Arena, Times Union Center, the Arena at Harbor Yard and the Sun National Bank Center. The other MAAC championships boast their share of outstanding locales as well, such as the Reverend Harold Ridley, S.J., Athletic Complex at Loyola, where the women’s soccer championship will be contested in the fall of 2011, and Joe Bruno Stadium in Troy, New York, home of the 2012 MAAC Baseball Championship. This year, the MAAC will take its men’s championship to Orlando, Florida, where it will conduct its post-season event at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The MAAC Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships will be held at Disney’s Magnolia Golf Course. In the past several years, a number of the MAAC schools have also enjoyed success in NCAA Championships. MAAC schools have made a total of 77 NIT appearances and 47 NCAA appearances. In addition, Iona and Rider participated in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament, with the Gaels advancing to the championship game. The Manhattan women participated in the Women’s Basketball Invitational, reaching the semifinal round of the tournament. The MAAC currently possesses 13 automatic bids to NCAA Championships in men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s lacrosse, and women’s water polo. In 2007, the Marist women’s basketball team advanced to the Sweet 16 before falling to the eventual National Champion, the University of Tennessee. In the fall of 2009, the No. 11 Iona men’s cross country team finished tied for eighth place at the NCAA Championship race, extended the Gaels’ streak to eight straight Top 10 national finishes. Iona softball, Manhattan track, Manhattan baseball and Loyola lacrosse have also flourished on the national stage. The MAAC has also been a leader in the forefront of technology, expanding the notoriety of the league into cyberspace. In 2007, the league reached an agreement with JumpTV, Inc., now NeuLion, Inc., to design the MAAC web page. MAACSports.com has been a great success, providing fans with up-todate contest results, live and on-demand video and an online merchandise store. The MAAC, in conjunction with NeuLion, launched an iPhone app in February 2011. The league is looking to expand its offerings with Android and iPod apps, scheduled for release during the 2011-12 academic year. The MAAC President for the 2011-2012 academic year is Rev. Jeffrey von Arx, S.J., the President of Fairfield University. The Vice-President is Dr. Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D., the President of Saint Peter’s College. Jim Paquette, Director of Athletics at Loyola University Maryland, will chair the Committee on Athletic Administration, and Theresa Berg, Associate Athletic Director/ Senior Woman Administrator at Niagara University will serve as Vice Chair.

MAAC Associate Sports In June of 1995, the MAAC continued to develop opportunities for studentathletes as the conference announced the formation of the MAAC Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Leagues. The men’s league began competition in the spring of 1996, while the women’s league commenced in the spring of 1997. The men’s league consists of four MAAC schools -- Canisius, Manhattan, Marist, and Siena – and three associate members – Detroit, Jacksonville and Virginia Military Institute. The women’s league consists of MAAC institutions Canisius, Fairfield, Iona, Manhattan, Marist, Niagara and Siena. In 2002, the MAAC added the MAAC Women’s Water Polo League. The league is currently made up of three MAAC schools – Iona, Marist and Siena – as well as four associate members, St. Francis (N.Y.), Villanova, VMI and Wagner. Sacred Heart started participating in MAAC Women’s Rowing in the spring of 2008. Drake University joined the league for the 2010 MAAC Championship, while Robert Morris began competition in the spring of 2011. In the summer of 2009, the MAAC added three associate members – Albany, Boston University and Hartford – to women’s golf, with the programs starting competition against MAAC members Fairfield, Niagara and Siena in 2009-2010.

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SECOND TEAM

Nichole Schiro, Loyola

Player School Position Kate Sloane Canisius Back Sali Ayinde Iona Back Jenny Thornton Loyola Back Chelsea Botta Marist Back Marissa Mertens Marist Back Jennifer Kimoto Niagara Back Julianne Viviano Niagara Back Laura Jackson Iona Midfielder Gigi Mangione Loyola Midfielder Kathryn Hannis Marist Midfielder Michaela DeFazio Niagara Midfielder

Defensive Player of the Year Kelly Boudreau, Fairfield

Rookie of the Year Amanda Epstein, Marist

Anaconda Sports MAAC Coach of the Year Katherine Lyn, Marist

FIRST TEAM Player School Position Allison Walsh Fairfield Back Kelsey Rene Loyola Back Jessica Arabia Marist Back Jenny Griffin Canisius Midfielder Nicole Stanton Fairfield Midfielder Rycke Guiney Marist Midfielder Caitlin Cahalan Siena Midfielder Kelly Reinwald Canisius Forward Nichole Schiro Loyola Forward Bre Catipovic Niagara Forward Abi Cottam Rider Forward Kelly Boudreau Fairfield Goalkeeper Allison Walsh Fairfield Back

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Player School Position Emma Pichl Fairfield Back Kelly Santangelo Loyola Back Marissa Mertens Marist Back Anna Grant Siena Back Amanda Reverberi Loyola Midfielder Amber Mello Rider Midfielder Kamilla Deeb Saint Peter’s Midfielder Ashley Small Fairfield Forward Melissa Frederick Iona Forward Amanda Epstein Marist Forward Catherine Meyer Niagara Forward

Final Standings

MAAC Overall Team Record Pct Home Away Neutral Streak *#&Marist 7-1-1 .833 3-0-1 4-1 0-0 W1 *Niagara 5-2-2 .667 2-1-1 3-1-1 0-0 - *Loyola 5-3-1 .611 4-1 1-2-1 0-0 W2 *Fairfield 4-2-3 .611 2-2-1 2-0-2 0-0 - Iona 4-3-2 .556 2-1-1 2-2-1 0-0 - Canisius 3-3-3 .500 1-3-1 2-0-2 0-0 - Siena 2-4-3 .389 2-1-2 0-3-1 0-0 L1 Rider 2-4-2 .375 1-1-1 1-3-1 0-0 L2 Saint Peter’s 2-7 .222 1-4 1-3 0-0 L1 Manhattan 1-6-1 .188 0-3-1 1-3 0-0 L1 * = school had made the Playoffs # = clinched regular season title & = team is Tournament Champion

Pts Record 22 13-6-2 17 7-10-2 16 8-12-1 15 6-6-7 14 5-10-4 12 8-7-4 9 7-7-3 8 9-6-4 6 3-15-1 4 3-12-2

2012 MAAC Women's Soccer Preseason All-MAAC Team

2012 MAAC Women's Soccer Preseason Coaches' Poll

Didi Haracic Goalkeeper Loyola Allison Walsh Back Fairfield Kelsey Rene Back Loyola Jessica Arabia Back Marist Chelsea Botta Back Marist Nicole Stanton Midfield Fairfield Rycke Guiney Midfield Marist Caitlin Cahalan Midfield Siena Nichole Schiro Forward Loyola Amanda Epstein Forward Marist Abi Cottam Forward Rider

1. Marist 99 2. Fairfield 81 3. Loyola 80 4. Niagara 73 5. Siena 53 6. Canisius 45 Iona 45

8. Rider 41

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9. Manhattan 21 10. Saint Peter’s

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Dr. Brennan O’Donnell is the 19th president of Manhattan College, having assumed the responsibilities of the position July 1, 2009. Dr. O’Donnell comes to Manhattan from Fordham College at Rose Hill, Fordham University’s oldest and largest school. As dean of Fordham College, he was the chief academic officer of a College of Arts and Sciences enrolling about 3,200 students under a faculty of more than 200. Before coming to New York, Dr. O’Donnell spent 17 years at Loyola College in Maryland (now Loyola University Maryland), where he served as a professor of English and, from 1999-2004, as director of the university-wide Honors Program. An active scholar, his teaching and research interests focus mainly upon poetry, especially of the British Romantic period, and on religion and literature, particularly contemporary American Catholic writers. He has authored two books on the poetry of William Wordsworth and co-edited The Work of Andre Dubus, a collection of essays published as a double issue of Religion and the Arts. In addition, Dr. O’Donnell has published articles, essays and reviews in some of the leading journals in his field. At Manhattan, he will continue to hold a faculty appointment, as he had at Fordham and Loyola, as professor of English. As the first president of the College not to be a member of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, Dr. O’Donnell is treading new ground at Manhattan College. He has experience in such transitions, however, as he was also the first layperson to serve as dean of Fordham College at Rose Hill.

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His publications and lectures demonstrate a keen engagement in issues of faith and education, specifically Catholic higher education. From 1994–2000, he served as editor of the national magazine Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, and he was a member of the National Seminar on Jesuit Higher Education from 1993–2000. In addition, he has served as a board member for the Lilly Fellows Program and for Collegium, a consortium of Catholic universities that strives to strengthen faculty understanding of and participation in the mission of Catholic higher education. A native of Pennsylvania’s Wyoming Valley, Dr. O’Donnell earned his B.A. with highest distinction and Honors in English at The Pennsylvania State University in 1981, where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. He earned an M.A. and a Ph.D. at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in English and American Literature and Language. He is the recipient of numerous fellowships, grants, awards and honors. Dr. O’Donnell is married to Angela O’Donnell (formerly Alaimo), a poet and writer who teaches at Fordham, where she serves as associate director of the Francis and Ann Curran Center for American Catholic Studies. The couple has three sons: Charles (a graduate of Saint John’s University, Minnesota, and a teacher in the St. Paul, Minnesota, public schools), Patrick (a 2009 graduate of Columbia University, currently pursuing graduate studies in philosophy in Leuven, Belgium), and Will (a senior English major at Fordham).

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A 1968 graduate of Manhattan College, Byrnes enters his 25th year as director of athletics. Since his arrival back to Riverdale in May of 1988, Byrnes has presided over a renaissance period in Manhattan College athletics. During his tenure, the men’s and women’s basketball programs have earned eight NCAA Tournament bids (four women, four men). Additionally, the Jaspers have appeared in five postseason and preseason National Invitational Tournaments (NIT). Women’s soccer and men’s and women’s lacrosse began competition at the Division I level under Byrnes, and 14 different teams have won conference championships-men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s indoor track, men’s and women’s outdoor track, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s lacrosse, volleyball, men’s tennis, softball and baseball. In addition, to date, 27 student-athletes have received All-America honors for both athletic and academic achievements. Before returning to Manhattan, Byrnes spent 13 years with the Morrison-Knudsen Company, one of the largest engineering and construction firms in the nation. A native of Garrison, New York, Byrnes earned his undergraduate degree in physical education with a minor in biology. He also holds an M.B.A. from City University in Seattle, Washington. As an undergraduate, Byrnes was a member of the Jaspers’ club football team. Byrnes served as team captain and played both defensive tackle and offensive

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end. He spent one season as an assistant coach and helped guide Manhattan to a 6-2 overall record in 1969. Upon graduation, Byrnes began a teaching and coaching career at Queen of Peace High School in North Arlington, New Jersey. He also served as the school’s director of athletics from 1970-73. Under his leadership, Queen of Peace registered state tournament appearances in baseball and basketball, while also capturing the Parochial “B” State Championship in football (1972). In addition to his responsibilities at Manhattan, Byrnes served two stints (1997-99, 2004-06) as president of the Metropolitan Intercollegiate Basketball Association, at one time the sponsoring body of the NIT. He also served on the NCAA Championship Committee in 1999-2000. He is currently the chair of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Men’s Basketball Committee and the Committee on Athletic Administration, as well as a member of the ECAC Officials Negotiating Committee. In recognition of his years of outstanding contributions to Jasper athletics, Byrnes was inducted into the Manhattan College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004. Byrnes resides in Croton-on-Hudson, New York, along with his wife, Rosemary. He is the father of five children: Bob, Carolyn (Manhattan ’97), Brian (Manhattan ’99), Darren and Brigid.

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Jessica Beavers

Ezron Bryson

joe clifford

charlie cipriano

STEPHEN DOMBROSKI

Sports Medicine Graduate Assistant

Assistant Director of Sports Medicine

Assistant Sports Information Director

Facilities & Events Graduate Assistant

Assistant Athletic Director for Communication and Marketing

jim Duffy

Deborah gregory

chrissy gutenberger

christian heimall

alyssa koob

Athletic Travel Coordinator/ Head Baseball Coach

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Sports Information Graduate Assistant

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dr. shawn ladda

Noah LeFevre

amanda mcentire

Susan pape

Ariel Pesante

NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative

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Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities and Event Management

Athletics Secretary

Compliance Coordinator

Elvys Quezada

Michelle Rava

jennifer rivera

deena sena

doug straley

Brother David Trichtinger, F.S.C.

Operations Manager/ Assistant Baseball Coach

Sports Medicine Graduate Assistant

Assistant Athletic Trainer

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Doug Straley was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine in August 2009, after serving as Manhattan’s Director of Sports Medicine for the previous six years. Straley supervises the athletic training of the 300+ student-athletes who compete for Manhattan’s 19 Division I athletic teams. Prior to his arrival in Riverdale, Straley served as the director of sports medicine at Manhattanville College in nearby Purchase, NY. At Manhattanville, he coordinated the rehabilitation, prevention, and management of athletic injuries for over 250 intercollegiate NCAA Division III studentathletes. Before his tenure at Manhattanville, Straley worked for three years as the assistant director of sports medicine at Assumption College. He assisted with the medical care of the athletic program’s 19 Division II varsity sport teams. Straley, a 1998 graduate of Northeastern University, worked as a student athletic trainer during his undergraduate years. In 1999, he received a master of science degree in athletic training from University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

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Additionally, Straley served as the head athletic trainer for the Westchester Wildfire, a United States Basketball League (USBL) team coached by former New York Knick John Starks. Straley had been published on numerous occasions, and has made several presentations based upon his research in the field of Athletic Training. Straley holds Athletic Training licenses in New York, Massachusetts, and Georgia, and is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist, as an Athletic Trainer, and in CPR and First Aid. A decorated Eagle Scout, Straley won the Koko Kassabian award while at Northeastern for outstanding achievement in leadership, scholarship, and professional development. A native of Newton, Mass., Straley currently resides in Dobbs Ferry, NY with his wife Jennifer and their daughter Annabelle.

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year-by-year results 1991 • 6-10-0

9/14 at Siena College L, 1-4 OT 9/19 at Mt. St. Vincent College L, 1-4 9/24 at Columbia University L, 0-4 9/26 King’s College W, 8-1 9/28 at La Salle University L, 0-3 9/29 Canisius College L, 1-5 10/1 at St. John’s University L, 0-4 10/5 at Dominican College W, 4-1 10/9 Georgian Court College L, 1-2 10/12 at Iona College L, 0-4 10/22 Dominican College W, 3-0 10/24 Fairfield University W, 3-1 10/28 at U.S. Military Academy L, 0-7 10/30 at Montclair State University L, 1-4 11/1 Mt. St. Vincent College W, 3-0 11/5 at Fordham University W, 1-0

1992 • 7-11-0, 1-2-0 MAAC South

9/9 at King’s College W, 2-0 9/12 Siena College L, 0-1 9/13 Loyola College* L, 0-3 9/17 Saint Peter’s College* W, 7-1 9/19 Fairfield University* L, 0-3 9/23 at Columbia University L, 1-3 9/26 Niagara University L, 1-4 9/29 St. John’s University L, 0-1 10/3 Hofstra University W, 2-0 10/6 at U.S. Military Academy L, 1-5 10/10 Iona College L, 2-3 10/14 at Saint Peter’s College W, 4-0 10/17 Fordham University W, 2-0 10/18 at Fairfield University L, 0-1 10/20 at Dominican College W, 2-0 OT 10/24 Montclair State University L, 1-2 10/27 Mt. St. Vincent College W, 5-0 10/31 vs. Fairfield University% L, 0-1

1993 • 11-5-2, 3-3-1 MAAC

9/8 Fordham University W, 4-0 9/11 at Siena College* L, 2-4 9/15 Wagner College W, 4-0 9/18 King’s College W, 5-1 9/22 Columbia University W, 4-1 9/26 at Loyola College* L, 0-3 OT 9/28 at St. John’s University T, 1-1 OT 9/30 at Hofstra University W, 3-2 10/2 Saint Peter’s College* W, 3-1 10/5 U.S. Military Academy L, 0-3 10/9 at Iona College* W, 1-0 10/16 at Niagara University* L, 1-2 10/17 at Canisius College* W, 3-2 10/20 Fairfield University* T, 3-3 OT 10/23 Mt. St. Vincent College W, 10-0 10/24 Wagner College W, 6-0 10/28 at Fordham University W, 3-1 10/30 vs. Fairfield University% L, 0-3

1994 • 5-11-1, 2-5-0 MAAC

9/8 at Stony Brook University L, 0-2 9/10 at Lafayette College L, 0-1 9/14 at Columbia University W, 4-3 9/17 at Seton Hall University W, 4-1 9/25 at Fairfield University* L, 0-2 9/27 St. John’s University L, 2-4 9/29 Hofstra University L, 1-5 10/1 Canisius College* L, 0-2 10/2 at St. Francis College (Pa.) T, 4-4 OT 10/9 Niagara University* W, 3-0 10/12 at Saint Peter’s College* L, 2-3 OT 10/14 Loyola College* L, 0-3 10/19 Wagner College W, 2-1 OT

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1995 • 9-7-1, 1-5-1 MAAC

9/3 at Fordham University W, 2-1 9/6 at Wagner College W, 5-0 9/10 at Hofstra University W, 2-1 9/14 Columbia University W, 3-1 9/18 Lafayette College W, 3-2 9/22 Fairfield University* L, 2-4 9/26 at St. John’s University L, 0-2 9/30 at Loyola College* L, 0-2 10/4 Stony Brook University W, 4-1 10/8 at Iona College* L, 0-2 10/11 Saint Peter’s College* W, 2-0 10/14 at Niagara University* T, 1-1 OT 10/15 at Canisius College* L, 1-3 10/21 at Siena College* L, 3-5 10/25 Marist College W, 2-1 10/28 St. Francis College (Pa.) W, 2-1 11/1 Seton Hall University L, 1-2

1996 • 6-10-1, 3-3-1 MAAC

10/7 Saint Peter’s College* W, 3-0 10/14 Marist College* T, 1-1 OT 10/17 Siena College* W, 2-0 10/20 at Columbia University L, 0-1 10/25 at Iona College* W, 2-1 11/6 vs. Fairfield University% L, 0-7

1999 • 7-9-0, 4-5-0 MAAC

9/8 at Long Island University L, 1-3 9/12 at Fordham University W, 2-1 9/18 at Loyola College* L, 0-1 2OT 9/27 at Wagner College L, 0-2 9/29 at St. John’s University L, 2-5 10/2 Fairfield University* L, 0-2 10/4 Sacred Heart University W, 3-2 10/7 Hofstra University W, 1-0 10/9 at Rider University* W, 1-0 10/12 at Saint Peter’s College* W, 3-0 10/16 Niagara University* W, 1-0 10/17 Canisius College* L, 3-4 2 OT 10/22 at Marist College* L, 0-1 10/23 at Siena College* L, 2-3 OT 10/27 Iona College* W, 2-0 10/30 at Lehigh University L, 1-2 2OT

8/31 vs. Fordham University# W, 2-1 9/1 at Seton Hall University# L, 0-1 9/8 Fordham University W, 2-1 9/11 at Marist College W, 1-0 9/15 at Columbia University L, 0-5 9/21 at Iona College* W, 1-0 9/24 Hofstra University L, 0-3 9/28 at Canisius College* L, 3-4 9/29 at Niagara University* T, 2-2 OT 10/2 at Lafayette College L, 1-4 10/5 Siena College* W, 2-1 10/9 Saint Peter’s College* L, 1-3 OT 10/11 St. John’s University L, 0-3 10/16 Monmouth University L, 0-7 10/23 at Fairfield University* L, 2-4 10/26 Loyola College* L, 1-2 11/1 Wagner College W, 3-0

2000 • 3-11-2, 3-4-2 MAAC

1997 • 3-11-2, 2-6-1 MAAC

2001 • 8-9-1, 5-4-0 MAAC

9/3 Long Island University W, 2-0 9/6 at Fordham University L, 0-2 9/8 at Wagner College L, 1-3 9/11 Hofstra University T, 2-2 OT 9/13 Fairfield University* L, 1-6 9/18 at Saint Peter’s College* L, 0-2 9/23 at St. John’s University L, 0-1 9/27 at Loyola College* L, 0-7 10/1 Lafayette College L, 1-2 10/4 Niagara University* T, 3-3 OT 10/5 Canisius College* W, 2-1 OT 10/8 Columbia University L, 0-2 10/11 at Siena College* L, 2-3 OT 10/19 Iona College* W, 2-0 10/22 at Marist College* L, 0-1 10/24 at Rider University* L, 1-3

1998 • 8-7-2, 5-3-1 MAAC

9/5 College Of Charleston W, 3-0 9/6 Wagner College W, 5-1 9/8 Fordham University L, 0-1 9/12 at Hofstra University T, 4-4 OT 9/19 at Niagara University* W, 2-1 9/20 at Canisius College* L, 1-2 OT 9/24 St. John’s University L, 1-2 9/27 at Quinnipiac University W, 2-1 9/30 at Fairfield University* L, 0-7 10/3 Rider University* L, 0-1 10/4 Loyola College* W, 2-1 OT

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9/1 Loyola-Chicago University L, 0-1 9/3 at Villanova University L, 0-4 9/8 at U.S. Military Academy L, 0-1 9/10 Fordham University L, 2-6 9/13 Rider University* W, 3-0 9/19 Saint Peter’s College* W, 4-2 9/23 Siena College* T, 2-2 OT 9/26 Marist College* T, 1-1 OT 9/29 at Fairfield University* L, 1-4 10/3 at Sacred Heart University L, 0-1 10/5 at Hofstra University L, 1-5 10/10 at Iona College* W, 2-1 10/14 Loyola College* L, 0-1 10/16 St. John’s University L, 1-2 10/21 at Niagara University* L, 1-2 10/22 at Canisius College* L, 0-1

9/1 at University of Maine L, 0-3 9/2 at Lafayette College L, 1-2 OT 9/4 Villanova University T, 1-1 OT 9/9 at Siena College* W, 3-0 9/17 at U.S. Military Academy W, 2-0 9/19 Fairfield University* L, 1-2 9/22 at Loyola College* L, 1-4 9/26 at Rider University* W, 3-1 9/29 Canisius College* W, 4-1 9/30 Niagara University* L, 0-1 10/5 at Marist College* L, 1-2 10/10 Iona College* W, 2-0 10/16 Wagner College W, 3-0 10/19 Long Island University L, 1-2 10/22 at Saint Peter’s College* W, 6-1 10/24 at St. John’s University L, 0-1 2OT 11/1 vs. Siena College% W, 1-0 11/3 vs. Marist College% L, 1-2

2002 • 6-9-3, 4-3-2 MAAC

8/31 Northeastern University T, 1-1 2OT 9/10 at Long Island University L, 1-3 9/13 at St. Bonaventure University& L, 1-3 9/15 vs. Duquesne University& L, 0-3 9/18 at U.S. Military Academy L, 0-8 9/21 at Fordham University L, 0-3 9/24 at Wagner College W, 2-1 9/28 at University of Vermont W, 2-0 10/4 Loyola College* L, 0-1

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10/6 Rider University* W, 3-2 10/11 at Canisius College* L, 1-2 10/13 at Niagara University W, 2-0 10/19 Siena College* T, 0-0 2OT 10/20 Marist College* T, 0-0 2OT 10/25 at Fairfield University* L, 0-1 OT 10/27 at Iona College* W, 3-0 10/30 Saint Peter’s College* W, 4-0 11/4 at Columbia University L, 0-5

2003 • 5-13-0, 5-4-0 MAAC

8/29 St. Bonaventure University L, 0-1 9/2 at U.S. Military Academy L, 0-3 9/7 at University of Maine L, 0-4 9/12 at Jacksonville University L, 0-4 9/14 at Stetson University L, 0-1 9/20 Fordham University L, 1-2 9/24 Wagner College L, 2-3 2OT 9/27 at Northeastern University L, 0-3 10/3 Fairfield University* W, 2-0 10/5 Iona College* W, 2-0 10/8 at Columbia University L, 1-2 10/11 at Saint Peter’s College* W, 1-0 10/17 at Loyola College* L, 0-1 10/19 at Rider University* W, 3-1 10/24 Canisius College* W, 1-0 10/26 Niagara University* L, 0-1 10/31 at Siena College* L, 1-3 11/2 at Marist College* L, 0-1

2004 • 2-15-1, 2-6-1 MAAC

8/27 Binghamton University@ L, 1-2 9/3 at U.S. Military Academy L, 0-2 9/5 at Yale University L, 0-3 9/12 at Quinnipiac University L, 0-2 9/17 at University of Hartford L, 0-3 9/19 at Fordham University L, 0-1 9/24 at Robert Morris University L, 0-1 9/26 St. Francis College (Pa.) L, 1-3 10/1 at Iona College* L, 1-4 10/3 at Fairfield University* L, 0-1 10/7 Saint Peter’s College* W, 1-0 10/9 at Drexel University L, 0-2 10/15 Rider University* T, 0-0 OT 10/17 Loyola College* L, 0-3 10/22 at Niagara University* L, 0-1 10/24 at Canisius College* W, 4-0 10/29 Marist College* L, 1-2 10/31 Siena College* L, 0-2

2005 • 6-12-2, 1-7-1 MAAC

8/26 at U.S. Military Academy^ L, 0-3 8/28 vs. Lehigh University^ L, 0-1 2OT 9/1 at Wagner College W, 1-0 9/4 at Fordham University W, 2-0 9/9 at Youngstown State! W, 1-0 9/11 vs. Binghamton! T, 2-2 2OT 9/14 at Columbia University L, 1-2 9/17 Drexel University L, 0-1 9/23 at Marist College* L, 1-3 9/25 at Siena College* L, 1-2 9/30 Iona College* L, 0-1 OT 10/2 Fairfield University* L, 0-1 OT 10/6 at Saint Peter’s College* W, 3-0 10/8 at Delaware State University W, 4-0 10/10 at Virginia Military Institute W, 4-0 10/16 at Loyola College* L, 0-1 10/18 at Rider University* T, 0-0 2OT 10/21 Niagara University* L, 1-2 OT 10/23 Canisius College* L, 0-2 10/27 vs. Rider University% L, 0-4

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2006 • 12-5-2, 4-3-2 MAAC

8/25 at Central Connecticut St. W, 1-0 2OT 8/27 at College of the Holy Cross W, 3-0 9/4 at University at Albany W, 4-0 9/8 at NJIT W, 3-0 9/10 Virginia Military Institute W, 6-0 9/15 at Temple University~ W, 2-1 9/17 at La Salle University L, 1-2 2OT 9/19 Wagner College W, 2-1 9/22 at Fordham University L, 0-3 9/29 at Canisius College* T, 1-1 2OT 10/1 at Niagara University* L, 1-2 10/6 Siena College* L, 1-2 10/8 Marist College* W, 3-1 10/11 Delaware State University W, 7-0 10/13 at Fairfield University* L, 0-5 10/15 at Iona College* W, 1-0 10/19 Saint Peter’s College* W, 2-1 10/27 Loyola College* W, 2-1 2OT 10/30 Rider University* T, 2-2 2OT

2007 • 7-7-4, 4-4-1 MAAC

8/31 at American University$ L, 1-4 9/2 vs. Georgetown$ L, 0-1 9/5 University at Albany T, 1-1 2OT 9/9 Fordham University T, 1-1 2OT 9/14 at La Salle University W, 2-1 9/16 at Drexel University L, 0-1 9/21 at Lafayette College W, 2-0 9/26 at Stony Brook University T, 0-0 2OT 9/28 College of the Holy Cross W, 5-0 10/5 at Loyola College* T, 0-0 2OT 10/7 at Rider University* W, 1-0 10/12 Canisius College* W, 1-0 10/14 Niagara University* L, 1-2 10/19 at Siena College* L, 1-3 10/21 at Marist College* W, 3-2 10/26 Fairfield University* L, 0-1 10/28 Iona College* L, 1-3 11/1 at Saint Peter’s College* W, 3-1

2008 • 7-8-3, 4-3-2 MAAC

8/29 at Northeastern University W, 1-0 9/4 Stony Brook University L, 0-1 9/7 at Providence College W, 2-1 2OT 9/12 Lafayette College W, 2-0 9/14 at Fordham University L, 1-4 9/21 at Rhode Island L, 0-6 9/26 at Wagner College T, 1-1 2OT 9/29 Columbia University L, 0-2 10/4 Saint Peter’s College* W, 2-0 10/6 at Holy Cross L, 0-2 10/10 Rider University* W, 4-0 10/12 Loyola College* T, 1-1 2OT 10/17 at Niagara University* L, 0-2 10/19 at Canisius College* W, 2-1 10/24 Marist College* L, 0-2 10/26 Siena College* T, 0-0 2OT 10/31 at Iona College* W, 4-3 11/2 at Fairfield* L, 1-3

2009 • (8-9-3, 2-5-2 MAAC)

8/28 vs. Robert Morris> W, 3-1 8/30 vs. Marshall> L, 0-2 9/4 Holy Cross L, 1-2 9/6 at Fairleigh Dickinson W, 3-2 9/11 at Columbia L, 0-4 9/13 at Cornell W, 1-0 9/18 Fordham L, 0-3 9/20 Wagner W, 2-0 9/25 at Marist* L, 0-1 9/27 at Siena* L, 1-3

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10/2 Niagara* L, 0-1OT 10/4 Canisius* T, 1-1 2OT 10/9 Iona* W, 1-0 OT 10/11 Fairfield* T, 1-1 2OT 10/15 Army W, 1-0 10/17 at Saint Peter’s* W, 3-0 10/23 at Rider* L, 1-4 10/25 at Loyola L, 0-1 10/29 vs. Rider% W, 1-0 10/30 vs. Loyola% T, 1-1 2OT PK(L, 5-4)

2010 (5-13-1, 3-6-0 MAAC)

8/27 Fairleigh Dickinson W, 2-1 8/29 at Fordham L, 1-2 2OT 9/5 at Army L, 0-1 9/10 vs. Towson+ T, 0-0 2OT 9/12 at Navy+ L, 0-5 9/17 at Albany L, 0-1 9/19 at Stony Brook L, 1-4 9/24 Bryant W, 2-0 9/26 Cornell L, 0-2 10/1 Siena* L, 1-2 10/3 Marist* L, 0-2 10/8 at Fairfield* L, 0-2 10/10 at Iona* W, 2-1 10/15 Saint Peter’s* W, 2-1 10/18 Columbia L, 0-2 10/22 Loyola* L, 0-1 10/24 Rider* L, 0-1 10/29 at Canisius* L, 0-1 10/31 at Niagara* W, 1-0

2011 (3-12-2, 1-6-1 MAAC)

8/26 at Rhode Island L, 1-0 9/2 at Bryant L, 1-0 9/9 Fordham W, 1-0 9/11 at Fairleigh Dickinson L, 2-1 9/16 Sacred Heart L, 2-1 9/18 at Wagner T, 1-1 2OT 9/21 Albany W, 3-1 9/25 at Lafayette L, 1-0 9/30 Canisius* L, 2-1 10/2 Niagara* L, 2-1 2OT 10/7 at Siena* L, 5-0 10/9 at Marist* L, 4-1 10/14 Fairfield* T, 0-0 2OT 10/16 Iona* L, 2-1 2OT 10/22 at Saint Peter’s* W, 2-1 10/24 at Columbia L, 1-0 10/28 at Loyola (Md.)* L, 6-1 10/30 at Rider* Cancelled * - MAAC Game % - MAAC Tournament Game # - Seton Hall Invitational, West Orange, N.J. & - St. Bonaventure Tournament, Olean, N.Y. @ - at North Rockland High School, Theills, N.Y. ^ - BAE Systems Classic, West Point, N.Y. ! – Penguin Classic, Youngstown, Ohio $ - DC Invitational, Washington, D.C. > - Duquesne Classic, Pittsburgh, Pa. + - Navy Invitational ~ - played at La Salle University, Philadelphia, Pa.

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Marist College Marshall University Monmouth University Montclair State University Mt. St. Vincent College Navy New Jersey Inst. Of Tech. Niagara University Northeastern University Providence College Quinnipiac University Rhode Island Rider University Robert Morris University Sacred Heart University Saint Peter’s College Seton Hall University Siena College St. Bonaventure University St. Francis College (Pa.) St. John’s University Stetson University Stony Brook University Temple University Towson U.S. Military Academy University of Vermont Villanova University Virginia Military Institute Wagner College Yale University Youngstown State University

First Meeting Record 2006 2-1-1 2007 0-1-0 2009 1-1-0 2004 0-1-1 2010 1-1-0 1991 7-11-2 2006 1-0-0 1998 1-0-0 1991 3-12-0 2009 1-1-0 2005 2-0-0 1991 3-0-0 2004 0-3-0 2002 0-1-0 1991 2-20-3 2009 2-1-0 1991 10-11-1 2007 0-1-0 1991 0-1-0 2004 0-1-0 1992 4-3-2 2006 2-2-0 1991 14-7-0 2003 0-1-0 1991 3-0-0 1994 3-5-0 1991 1-2-0 1999 0-2-0 1997 1-3-0 1992 2-16-3 2000 0-1-0 2001 0-2-0

1995 4-11-3 2009 0-1-0 1994 0-2-0 1991 0-2-0 1991 3-1-0 2010 0-1-0 2006 1-0-0 1992 5-12-3 2002 1-1-1 2008 1-0-0 1998 1-1-0 2008 0-2-0 1997 8-5-3 2004 1-1-0 1999 1-2-0 1992 18-3-0 1994 1-2-0 1991 4-15-3 2002 0-2-0 1994 1-1-1 1991 0-10-1 2003 0-1-0 1994 1-3-1 2006 1-0-0 2010 0-0-1 1991 1-8-0 2002 1-0-0 2000 0-1-1 2005 2-0-0 1993 11-3-2 2004 0-1-0 2005 1-0-0

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Year-By-Year Records

All-Time Coaches' Records

Year Overall MAAC 1991 6-10-0 -1992 7-11-0 1-2-0 1993 11-5-2 3-3-1 1994 5-11-1 2-5-0 1995 9-7-1 1-5-1 1996 6-10-1 3-3-1 1997 3-11-2 2-6-1 1998 8-7-2 5-3-1 1999 7-9-0 4-5-0 2000 3-11-2 3-4-2 2001 8-9-1 5-4-0 2002 6-9-3 4-3-2 2003 5-13-0 5-4-0 2004 2-15-1 2-6-1 2005 6-12-2 1-7-1 2006 12-5-2 4-3-2 2007 7-7-4 4-4-1 2008 7-8-3 4-3-2 2009 8-9-3 2-5-2 2010 5-13-1 3-6-0 2011 3-12-2 1-6-1 Overall 134-204-33 59-87-19

Coach (Years) Record Michael Alosco (1991-96) 44-54-5 John Sanchez (1997-2004) 42-84-11 Sean Driscoll (2005-2009) 40-41-14 Brendan Lawler (2010-Present) 8-25-3

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record book Game/Season Records

Career Records

Goals

Goals

Game: Season: Career:

1. Emily Rogic (1993-96) 2. Lisa Margiotta (1992-95) 3. Laurie Spera (1998-01) 4. Christine Reina (2005-08) Caroline Morse (2007-2010)

4 Emily Rogic, vs. King’s (9/18/93) 4 Erin Kreig vs. King’s (9/26/91) 24 Emily Rogic (1993) 40 Emily Rogic (1993)

Assists Game: Season: Career:

Assists

3 Courtney Hughes, vs. Del. State (10/11/06) 3 Kristen Stroppel, vs. SPC, (10/22/01) 3 Amy O’Mahoney, vs. Canisius, (10/17/99) 3 Kerry Downey, vs. Mt. St. Vincent,(9/26/91) 12 Courtney McMahon (2006) 24 Courtney McMahon (2006-2009)

1. Courtney McMahon (2006-09) 2. Kristen Stroppel (1999-02) 3. Emily Rogic (1993-96) Lisa Margiotta (1992-95) Caroline Morse (2007-2010)

1. Emily Rogic (1993-96) 2. Lisa Margiotta (1992-95) 3. Laurie Spera (1998-01) 4. Caroline Morse (2007-2010) 5. Christine Reina (2005-2008) 6. Jen McLaughlin (1993-96) Karen Shevlin (1994-97) 8. Lindsay Bernstein (2001-03) Caroline Morse (2007-present) 10. Courtney McMahon (2006-09)

10 Erin Krieg, vs. King’s (9/26/91) 53 Emily Rogic (1993) 95 Emily Rogic (1993-1996)

Games Played Season: Career:

20 Several Players 75 Christine Abrams (2003-06) 75 Courtney McMahon (2006-09)

Saves Season: Career:

208 Helene Herlihy (1991) 677 Helene Herlihy (1991-1994)

Goals-Against Average Season: Career:

0.95 Alicia DeFino (2006) 1.22 Alicia DeFino (2004-07)

Save Percentage Season: (Min 50% GP) Career: (Min 2,500 min)

.876 Helene Herlihy (1992) .843 Helene Herlihy (1991-1994)

Shutouts Season: Career: Wins Season: Career:

24 18 15 15 15

Points

Points Game: Season: Career:

40 30 28 21 21

6 Jeanne Marie Gilbert (2002) 6 Helene Herlihy (1992) 16 Jeanne Marie Gilbert (2000-03) 8 Alicia DeFino (2006) 8 Jeanne Marie Gilbert (2001) 8 Lori Graham (1995) 8 Helene Herlihy (1993) 22 Jeanne Marie Gilbert (2000-03)

Courtney McMahon

Ermily Rogic

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95 75 61 57 48 46 46 45 45 44


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2012 Manhattan Women's Soccer Yearbook  

2012 Manhattan College Women's Soccer Yearbook

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