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2014 Schedule

Location

Time

Sunday Tuesday

at Stetson vs. Coastal Carolina

DeLand, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.

10 a.m. 8:30 a.m.

March 1 3 14 15 22 26 30

Saturday Monday Friday Saturday Saturday Wednesday Sunday

at Temple at Robert Morris Connecticut Fresno State* Presbyterian at Ohio State at Cincinnatti

Philadelphia, Pa. Moon Township, Pa. Papé Field Papé Field Papé Field Columbus, Ohio Cincinnatti, Ohio

10 a.m. 9 a.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. Noon 1 p.m. 9 a.m.

April 3 6 11 13 18 20 25 27

Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday

at California*# at St. Mary’s* Stanford*# UC Davis* at USC* at San Diego State* Denver* Colorado*

Berkeley, Calif. Moraga, Calif. Papé Field Papé Field Los Angeles, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Papé Field Papé Field

7 p.m. Noon 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. Noon

May 1 2 4

Thursday Friday Sunday

MPSF Championships MPSF Championships MPSF Championship Game

Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Color.

TBA TBA 10 a.m.

The Players

Opponent

Coaching Staff

Date

Outlook Season Outlook

Date February 9 11

All times PACIFIC Home games are listed BOLD *Denotes MPSF Conference match #Pac-12 Networks televised match Season In Review History & Records

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The Players

Coaching Staff

Season Outlook Outlook

General Information University Information

Name.......................................................................University of Oregon Location............................................................................... Eugene, Ore. Founded........................................................................................... 1876 Enrollment.................................................................................... 24,500 Nickname........................................................................................Ducks Colors............................................................................Green and Yellow President.............................................................. Michael R. Gottfredson Athletics Director..................................................................Rob Mullens Facility.....................................................................................Papé Field Capacity.......................................................................................... 1,000 Surface.......................................................................................Field Turf Athletics Phone............................................................... (541) 346-4481 Ticket Office Phone.......................................................... (541) 346-4461

Oregon Lacrosse Staff

Head Coach.................................................................................Jen Beck Alma Mater.............................................................................Virginia ‘96 Career Record (pct.).............................................................. 90-73 (.552) At Oregon (pct.).............................................................................. Same Season..............................................................................................10th Office Phone.................................................................... (541) 346-5341 Email...................................................................... jlarsen@uoregon.edu Associate Head Coach........................................................Robert Bray, Jr. Alma Mater.................................................................SUNY-Potsdam ‘91 Season..............................................................................................10th Assistant Coach.........................................................................Jen Derby Alma Mater............................................................................. Oregon ‘08 Season.............................................................................................Sixth

Table of Contents

2014 Schedule....................................................................................... 3 General Information............................................................................... 4 Table of Contents.................................................................................... 4 Season Preview...................................................................................... 5 Ducks in the Polls................................................................................... 6 Coaching Staff...................................................................................7-10 Jen Beck....................................................................................... 8 Robert Bray, Jr.............................................................................. 9 Jen Derby................................................................................... 10 2014 Ducks.....................................................................................11-38 Roster..............................................................................................12-13 Biographical Information................................................................14-37 Season in Review............................................................................38-48 Season Recap............................................................................. 39 Schedule & Results.................................................................... 39 MPSF All-Conference Selections................................................. 39 Statistics...............................................................................40-41 MPSF Standings......................................................................... 41 MPSF Tournament Results......................................................... 41 Categorical Leaders.................................................................... 42 Box Scores.............................................................................43-48 History & Records............................................................................49-61 All-Time Letterwinners........................................................................ 63

Credit

Writing and Design....................................... John Vu & Mike Garabedian Editing.............................University of Oregon Athletic Communications Cover Design................................................................................John Vu Cover Photo............................................................................ Zach Ancell Photography.............................................................................Eric Evans

History & Records

Season In Review

Team Information

2013 Overall Record............................................................................8-9 2013 MPSF Record..............................................................................3-5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................................................15/3 Newcomers............................................................................................ 8 All-Time Record (pct.).......................................................... 90-73 (.552) All-Time MPSF Record (pct.)................................................. 30-23 (.556) MPSF Tournament Record (pct.)............................................. 10-7 (.588)

Athletic Communications

Website..................................................................... www.GoDucks.com Office Phone.................................................................... (541) 346-5488 Asst. AD for Communications.........................................Andy McNamara Email................................................................mcnamara@uoregon.edu Oregon Lacrosse Contact..............................................................John Vu Office Phone.................................................................... (541) 346-5469 Cell Phone....................................................................... (714) 728-9163 Email............................................................................jvu@uoregon.edu

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SEASON PREVIEW

“We’re excited for the upcoming season,” said head coach Jen Beck. “We have worked tremendously hard and every member of our team is committed to putting the team above themselves to help guide us towards success.”

A LOOK AT THE DUCKS Oregon wrapped up its ninth season 8-9 and 3-5 in conference play, missing its own conference tournament last year. The Ducks were just 5-5 while playing at Papé Field while posting a 3-4 record on the road. Oregon returns 10-of-12 starters from last year’s squad including 4-of-5 players that scored 20-plus goals, only losing Kate Cathell. Caroline Federighi returns back between the pipes for UO after posting a school record .504 saves percentage. Shannon Propst led the Ducks with a team-high 29 goals and 39 assists for 68 points on the season. Carly O’Connell returns for her sophomore campaign after posting 23 goals with 17 assists for 40 points, good for second on the team in points.

IN THE POLLS The preseason coaches’ poll released by the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation had Oregon slated to finish fourth in league play receiving 53 points. Stanford was picked to finish first, garnering 78 points and seven first-place votes, with Denver right behind the Cardinal with 74 points and a pair of first-place votes. USC finished ahead of Oregon with 66 points while garnering one first-place vote.

The Ducks then hit conference play in full stride, starting with matches at California and St. Mary’s on April 3 and April 6 respectively. Oregon then plays host to last year’s conference tournament champions, Stanford, on April 11. Two days later, the Ducks play host to UC Davis before heading visiting Southern California (April 18) and San Diego State (April 20). Oregon will conclude its regular season schedule with a pair of home games against Denver, last year’s regular-season champions, and Colorado. DUCKS ON TV Oregon will have a pair of its games broadcast on the Pac-12 Networks this season. The first of which will be the Ducks’ first road conference match in Berkeley, Calif., against the California Golden Bears on Apr. 3 at 7 p.m. Eight days later, UO will have its match against Stanford, last year’s conference tournament champions, televised from Papé Field on Friday, Apr. 11, at 5 p.m. DUCKS RELOAD FOR 2014 SEASON Having lost six seniors to graduation, two of which were starters, head coach Jen Beck reloaded the Ducks’ roster with eight standouts from across the United States. Three hailed from the state of Maryland, two from Colorado, and one each from Massachusetts, Oregon and California. Beck signed a pair of goalies in Jan Parker and Becca Katzen. Parker hails from Danvers, Mass., where she led The Williston Northampton School to three Northeastern Conference championships earning NEC MVP honors her sophomore and junior seasons. Katzen prepped at Dulaney High School where she split time with two other goalies. The remaining six signees come to Oregon at the midfield position. Annie Longtain, the lone Oregon signee, led West Linn High School to a runner-up finish in 2012 and a third third-place finish in 2011 at the state tournament. Bella Pyne joined older sister Olivia at Oregon boasting a resume that includes South River High School’s first state championship in 2010. Pyne also earned multiple allcounty and all-league honors during her prep career. Rachel Steinberg was an Under Armour All-American and Maximum Exposure All-Star. Steinberg led the Severn School in ground balls, draw controls and caused turnovers her season year.

The Ducks open their season on the road in Deland, Fla., with Stetson on Feb. 9. The Hatters just competed in their first season as a varsity sport last year and look to improve upon their 2-14 record. Oregon then heads north to Jacksonville, Fla., for a contest with Coastal Carolina (5-11). The neutral site match will be the Chanticleer’s first match of the season. Like the Hatters, Coastal Carolina is in its second season as a varsity sport.

Erin Schilmoeller joins fellow prep teammate Blumhardt at Oregon for the 2014 season. Schilmoeller earned multiple all-league honors as well as back-to-back academic All-America honors.

Kathryn Blumhardt, a Regis Jesuit High School grad, earned all-state honorable mention as well as second-team all-league honors to go along with her academic All-America honors and first-team all-academic selections.

Oregon then returns home for a three-game homestand at Papé Field hosting UConn,

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History & Records

Rounding out the list of new Ducks is KiKi Gibson, a Carlsbad, Calif., native that played at La Costa Canyon. Gibson led LCCHS to the California Interscholastic Federation championships in 2012 and was awarded U.S. Lacrosse High School America honors for her efforts. She also earned first-team All-CIF honors her freshman and sophomore years.

Season In Review

SCOUTING THE SCHEDULE The 2014 schedule has Oregon slated for 17 matches including a pair of opponents – Denver (18), Stanford (20) – who are ranked in the Brine Preseason Media Poll on Jan. 27. The Ducks will also face six teams for the first-time in program history this season in Stetson, Coastal Carolina, Robert Morris, Presbyterian, Ohio State and newly added conference foe, Colorado. The 2014 season will mark Colorado’s inaugural season in women’s lacrosse.

The Ducks take a two-week break before heading to The City of Brotherly Love for a match against the Owls of Temple on March 1st. The team then drives west to conclude its four-game road swing with Robert Morris on March 3.

The Players

Nikki Puszcz was fourth on the team in points with 34, one shy of third behind Kate Cathell, to go along with 26 goals and 39 draw controls. Hayley Milner, the other returner with 20-plus goals, fired in 25 goals with three assists and 12 ground balls. Sami Kiser (17) and Devon Frazer (13) are the other returners for Oregon with doubledigit goals.

The Green and Yellow then head to Ohio for a pair of matches against Ohio State on March 26 and Cincinnati on March 30.

Coaching Staff

LUCKY NO. 7 With seven seniors returning, the Ducks look to bounce back from their 8-9 season last year behind the leadership of Caroline Federighi, Sami Kiser, Erika McCool, Hayley Milner, Shannon Propst, Nikki Puszcz and Chelsea Randel. The core group of seniors are 30-23 overall and 14-7 in conference play, including an undefeated conference record of 7-0 in 2012 that resulted in a conference championship, conference tournament championship and a bid to the NCAA tournament.

Fresno State and Presbyterian. The Ducks face the Huskies first on Friday, March 14 for their home opener. Oregon then entertains Fresno State for an early Mountain Pacific Sports Federation match on March 15, and then entertains Presbyterian March 22.

Season Outlook Outlook

EUGENE, Ore. – The Oregon women’s lacrosse team will begin its quest to return to the NCAA tournament beginning on Feb. 9, as the Ducks take on Stetson in DeLand, Fla. The Ducks return 10-of-12 starters and added eight to the mix. Seven of the 17 matches slated for the 2014 season will be at held at Papé Field.


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Brine DI Women’s Media Preseason Poll (Jan. 27, 2014)

School (First-Place Votes) North Carolina (5) Maryland (2) Syracuse (1) Flordia (1) Northwestern Duke Penn State Virginia Georgetown Loyola Notre Dame Navy UMass Stony Brook Princeton Penn Boston College Denver Towson Stanford

Record 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Points 173 170 163 152 145 139 121 110 105 92 89 71 68 65 48 42 33 32 21 18

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Season In Review

The Players

Receiving Votes: Johns Hopkins (18), Dartmouth (12), Ohio State (2), Cornell (1)

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NCAA Women’s Lacrosse RPI (Oct. 14, 2013)

School Maryland North Carolina Northwestern Syracuse Florida Navy Georgetown Duke Penn St. Virginia Massachusetts Stony Brook Denver Boston College Stanford Notre Dame Penn Loyola Maryland Connecticut James Madison Towson Dartmouth Princeton Cornell Delaware Oregon

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Conference ‘13 Record Atlantic Coast 22-1 Atlantic Coast 18-3 American Lacrosse 19-3 Big East 18-4 American Lacrosse 18-3 Patriot 19-2 Big East 13-6 Atlantic Coast 14-6 American Lacrosse 14-7 Atlantic Coast 11-10 Atlantic 10 18-3 America East 17-3 Mountain Pacific 18-3 Atlantic Coast 12-8 Mountain Pacific 14-6 Big East 12-5 Ivy 11-6 Big East 11-9 Big East 13-5 Colonial 11-6 Colonial 10-9 Ivy 11-8 Ivy 10-7 Ivy 10-6 Colonial 10-6 Mountain Pacific 8-9

Road Neutral Home 9-0 2-1 11-0 5-1 2-0 11-2 6-2 3-1 10-0 8-1 1-2 9-1 6-2 2-1 10-0 6-0 0-0 13-2 7-2 0-0 6-4 5-4 1-1 8-1 4-6 1-1 9-0 6-4 2-1 3-5 7-2 1-1 10-0 7-2 2-0 8-1 8-2 2-1 8-0 5-4 1-1 6-3 5-4 3-0 6-2 5-2 0-1 7-2 4-3 0-1 7-2 6-4 1-0 4-5 6-3 0-2 7-0 7-2 0-1 4-3 5-4 0-1 5-4 5-5 2-0 4-3 3-5 0-2 7-0 3-5 1-0 6-1 4-3 0-0 6-3 3-4 0-0 5-5

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IWLCA Preseason Poll (Feb. 3, 2014)

School North Carolina Maryland Syracuse Northwestern Florida Duke Penn State Virginia Loyola Georgetown Notre Dame Stony Brook UMass Stanford Princeton Denver Navy Towson Boston College

Votes (1st-Place) 398 (360) 371 (20) 369 (20) 336 311 292 268 258 233 217 215 141 120 119 95 91 81 46 41

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MPSF Coaches Poll (Jan. 31, 2014)

School Points (First-Place) Stanford 78 (7) Denver 74 (2) USC 66 (1) Oregon 53 California 47 San Diego State 45 UC Davis 34 Colorado 23 St. Mary’s 16 Fresno State 14

2013 Record/Conference Finish 14-6 Overall, 6-2 MPSF • T2nd 18-3 Overall, 8-0 MPSF • 1st 8-10 Overall, 5-3 MPSF • 4th 8-9 Overall, 3-5 MPSF • T5th 9-7 Overall, 6-2 MPSF • T2nd 8-8 Overall, 3-5 MPSF • T5th 6-9 Overall, 3-5 MPSF • T5th First Year 4-9 Overall, 2-6 MPSF • 8th 2-13 Overall, 0-8 MPSF • 9th

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The Beck Profile Season Outlook

JEN BECK Head Coach

Coaching Staff Staff

Years at Oregon: Record at Oregon: Alma Mater:

The first and only lacrosse coach at Oregon, Jen Beck just completed her ninth season with the Ducks in 2013. Beck has been steadily building the program since her hiring two years prior to the inaugural season in 2005. Beck enters the 2014 season with a 90-73 career record and a 40-30 record against Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) schools.

Season In Review

The Players

2013: Oregon finished the 2013 season 8-9 overall, winning three out of its final five matches of the year. The 2013 Ducks produced three all-conference selections, including junior Shannon Propst, junior Caroline Federighi and freshman Carly O’Connell. All three were second team selections. 2012: The 2012 season was a special one for Beck and the Oregon lacrosse program. Beck led the Ducks to their first-ever MPSF regular season title after UO defeated Denver, 13-8, on April 21 at Pape’ Field. Beck followed up that accomplishment by leading the Ducks to the program’s first MPSF tournament title, defeating California, 14-11, in the semifinals and Stanford, 13-10 in the championship match. It marked the first time in program history that Oregon defeated Stanford twice in a single season. In Beck’s eighth season at the helm, the Ducks recorded a program-best 14 victories against a program-low five losses. UO’s seven MPSF victories were also a school record and the team finished unbeaten at home for just the second time in school history. Beck capped off the 2012 campaign by guiding the Ducks to their first postseason appearance in program history. On May 5, they fell to Navy, 10-9, in the NCAA Play-In Match. A single-season record four players (Shannon Propst, Jana Drummond, Kristina Barrett, Caroline Federighi) garnered MPSF Player of the Week accolades in consecutive weeks in 2012. The 2012 Ducks broke 14 additional school records, eight were selected to the All-MPSF squad, four were picked to the MPSF All-Tournament team and Federighi was named the MPSF Tournament Most Valuable Player. In the classroom, Beck saw 11 of her Ducks named to the MPSF All-Academic List and Federighi nabbed CoSIDA All-District honors. Federighi had the highest GPA on among all members selected to the All-Academic List. 2011: In 2011, Beck led Oregon to the MPSF championship match, where they eventual fell to Stanford, 12-10. Six Ducks were named to the All-MPSF team and two (Alex Breiner and Jana Drummond) were first team All-MPSF picks.

History & Records

2010: The 2010 Ducks finished fourth in the MPSF and placed four on All-MPSF teams, including three first team selections. 2009: Beck guided the Ducks to a breakout season in 2009, one that saw them finish in a second-place tie (a program-best at the time) with California and Denver. Oregon defeated powerhouse Denver for the first time in program history in 2009, dealing the Pioneers their first regular season MPSF loss in three seasons. The 2009 featured 14 freshman and four sophomores. One of those freshman, Jana Drummond,

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was named co-MPSF Newcomer of the Year. The 2009 Ducks won 10 out of their final 12 regular season matches to close the year. 2008: In 2008, the Ducks won a record 13 games and opened the year with their best start (6-1) in program history. Beck’s 2008 senior-led squad set records in goals scored, shots and draw controls, while also spending six consecutive weeks in the top-20 of the Inside Lacrosse Women’s Media Poll. The Ducks climbed as high as No. 12 on March 17, 2008. The 2008 team had three players receive IWLCA all-region honors, while three also made the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation all-conference team. In addition, senior Jen May received two All-American acknowledgements. The team also had a program-best 12 players make the MPSF all-academic team. 2005-07: Beck has worked diligently to foster and develop the lacrosse program at the University of Oregon. After finishing 6-11 in the Ducks’ first year (2005), the team went 10-9 in 2006 and then put together a 12-7 effort and second place (4-1) standing in the MPSF in 2007. In 2008, Beck’s squad finished 13-7 and fourth in the MPSF. The program gained considerable respect following 2007 after three players (Brooke Dieringer, Jen May and Alicia Burkhart) were named to the IWLCA Midwest/West AllRegion second team. From 2005-2008, Beck’s squads have earned two All-American nods, six IWLCA all-Region honors and 11 all-MPSF accolades. Off the field, Larsen’s student-athletes have garnered 32 all-conference academic accolades. Personal: A native of Doylestown, Pa., Beck served as an assistant coach for three years at the University of North Carolina and was responsible for recruiting and defense before receiving her first head coaching job with the University of Oregon. In the last three years, she served as a volunteer assistant coach with the United States National Women’s Lacrosse Developmental Team and worked on the selection committee. In her time with the Tar Heels, the program won an Atlantic Coast Conference championship and advanced to the 2002 NCAA Final Four. Prior to her experience at North Carolina, Beck worked at Duke University from 1998-2000 as an assistant coach and camp director for the field hockey program. She worked at Georgetown from 1996-1998 as an assistant lacrosse and field hockey coach. Beck was a two-sport athlete at the University of Virginia, captaining both the lacrosse and field hockey teams. Beck and her lacrosse teammates won the 1993 National Championship and finished National Runner-Up in 1996. In field hockey, the Cavaliers advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals in 1995. Beck was named second team Regional All-American in 1994 and 1995. She graduated from Virginia in 1996 with a degree in psychology. Oregon was the first NCAA Division I school to sponsor lacrosse on an intercollegiate basis in the Northwest. Oregon joined California and Stanford as the only schools in the Pacific-12 Conference to offer women’s lacrosse. Beck and the Ducks are currently working toward developing lacrosse in the Northwest, hosting camps, clinics and tournaments throughout the year.

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The Bray Profile Season Outlook

ROBERT BRAY, JR. Associate Head Coach Years at Oregon: Alma Mater:

Bray initially joined the UO women’s lacrosse program in August 2003 as the team’s first assistant coach. After working three seasons as an assistant coach at Oregon (2005-07), Bray was promoted to Associate Head Coach in the summer of 2007. In

Prior to Oregon, Bray worked at St. Mary’s College (NCAA Division III) in St. Mary’s City, Md., from 1992-2003. He was the head women’s lacrosse coach at St. Mary’s from 2000-03 and led them to a 52-18 overall record and three consecutive appearances in the NCAA Tournament. In 2003, St. Mary’s finished the season 15-4 and was ranked ninth nationally. The previous year, Bray’s Seahawks completed a 19-1 season en route to a No. 4 national ranking by season’s end. He coached eight All-Americans, 22 All-Conference selections and three CoSIDA/Verizon Academic All-Americans during his head-coaching tenure at St. Mary’s. From 1992-99, Bray worked as an assistant coach for the school’s men’s lacrosse program. “I’m thrilled that [Bray] has joined the staff at the University of Oregon,” said head coach Jen Larsen Beck when Bray was hired in 2003. “He brings a lot of expertise as a collegiate coach. His knowledge and passion for the game is unsurpassed. I know he’s really excited to coach Division I lacrosse and build a strong program just as he has done in his past coaching career.”

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Bray’s efforts on the offensive end have paid off in recent seasons; the Oregon record book has been rewritten several times since the 2008 campaign. Alex Breiner wrapped up the 2011 season ranked third all-time in both career points (181) and goals (120) and Ilsa van den Berg set multiple single-season records, was named second team All-Region by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) and garnered All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation honors in 2009. Berg set Oregon single-season records in goals (46), points (64), shots (101) and free position goals (11) that year. Bray helped the Duck attack set the standard by which all UO offenses are judged in 2008. That season, the Oregon offense set records in goals scored (247), shots (584) and free position attempts (144).

addition to his duties at Oregon, Bray actively shapes the culture of women’s lacrosse, serving on the IWLCA Ethics and Rules Committee.

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Associate head coach Rob Bray has been an integral part of the University of Oregon lacrosse program since its inaugural 2005 season. On the field, Bray works closely with what has become a dynamic UO offense. He also oversees recruiting and summer camps.

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Oregon Lacrosse Year-By-Year Statistics & Results PCT .471 .737 .471 .389 .706 .650 .632 .526 .353 .552

CONF 3-5 7-0 4-2 3-3 4-2 2-3 4-1 2-3 1-4 30-23

PCT PL NCAA .375 T-5th N/A 1.000 1st Play-In .667 3rd N/A .500 3rd N/A .667 2nd N/A .400 4th N/A .800 2nd N/A .400 4th N/A .200 5th N/A .566

PTS 277 347 302 288 300 353 320 322 269 2778

PPG 16.29 18.26 17.76 16.00 17.65 17.65 16.84 16.95 15.82 17.04

G GPG 181 10.65 236 12.42 204 12.00 212 11.78 208 12.24 247 12.35 207 10.89 217 11.42 183 10.76 1895 11.63

AST 96 111 98 76 92 106 113 105 86 883

APG 5.65 5.84 5.76 4.22 5.41 5.30 5.95 5.53 5.06 5.42

SH SH/G GB 405 23.82 222 463 24.37 280 449 26.41 259 519 28.83 358 530 31.18 264 584 29.20 321 540 28.42 271 511 26.89 480 437 25.71 318 4438 27.23 2773

GB/G 13.06 14.74 15.24 19.89 15.53 16.05 14.26 25.26 18.71 17.01

DC 198 206 226 252 222 255 227 235 220 2041

DC/G 11.65 10.84 13.29 14.00 13.06 12.75 11.95 12.37 12.94 12.52

CT 144 141 139 171 169 144 162 219 156 1445

CT/G 8.47 7.42 9.94 9.50 9.94 7.20 8.53 11.53 9.18 8.87

TO 236 256 274 327 276 294 346 376 297 2682

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History & Records

* First year of lacrosse at the University of Oregon ^ MPSF Regular Season Champions # MPSF Tournament Champions School Records in Bold Italics

Season In Review

YEAR REC 2013 8-9 2012 ^ # 14-5 2011 8-9 2010 7-11 2009 12-5 2008 13-7 2007 12-7 2006 10-9 2005 * 6-11 TOTAL 90-73

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The Derby Profile Season Outlook

JEN DERBY Assistant Coach

The Players

Coaching Staff Staff

Years at Oregon: Alma Mater:

Former Oregon lacrosse standout Jen (May) Derby has taken her impact from the playing field to the coaching staff over the past five seasons. “Having Jen join our staff is tremendous for our program,” head coach Jen Larsen Beck said when Derby was hired in 2008. “Though we will miss her leadership and competitive spirit on the field, having her on the sidelines will be a fantastic asset to the team. She has been part of this program from its inaugural year, bringing a wealth of knowledge from the student-athlete perspective, and this will be invaluable in our recruiting efforts and direction for the program.” Derby was a member of Oregon’s very first lacrosse team in 2005 and finished her career in the spring of 2008, leading the Ducks to a school-record 13 victories that season. Derby became the program’s first All-American in 2008 when she was named to the Inside Lacrosse and WomensLacrosse.com All-America third teams. A starting midfielder during her time on the field for Oregon, Derby was either named team Most Valuable Player or shared co-MVP honors each of her four seasons

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with the Ducks. During her playing career, Derby became the first product of the Oregon lacrosse program named to the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association West/Midwest All-Region first team (2008). She is also the only lacrosse player in Oregon history to receive All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation honors in four consecutive seasons. In 2008, Derby finished the season with 51 points, scoring 37 goals and adding 14 assists. In addition, the starting midfielder led the team in draw controls (51), ground balls (48) and caused turnovers (31). Derby is the all-time leader in three statistical categories – draw controls (209), ground balls (162) and caused turnovers (142). She also ranks second in Oregon history with 185 points and 128 goals and is fifth all-time with 57 assists. Derby’s accolades didn’t only pertain to the field. She was a three-time MPSF All-Academic honoree and was also named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VIII team in 2008. Derby earned her B.S. in Mathematics in June 2007 and went on to obtain her Masters of Education in Teaching and Learning in August 2008.

Year 2008 2007 2006 2005 TOTAL

GP 20 19 19 17 75

G 37 22 28 41 128

A 14 17 15 11 57

PTS 51 39 43 52 185

SH 80 65 68 83 296

PCT .463 .338 .412 .494 .432

GB 48 40 42 32 162

DC 51 40 50 68 209

TO 32 39 29 29 129

CT 31 34 34 43 142

AWARDS First Team All-MPSF, MPSF Newcomer of the Year First Team All-MPSF Second Team All-Region, First Team All-MPSF Third Team All-American, First Team All-Region, First Team All-MPSF

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Season Outlook

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JENNA MORRIS GK • 5-5 • So. Phoenixville, Pa. Great Valley HS

NATALIE SIMPSON ATK • 5-4 • So. Carlsbad, Calif. Carlsbad HS

CARLY O’CONNELL

MF • 5-5 • So. Southborough, Mass. Algonquin Regional HS

KATHRYN BLUMHARDT MF • 5-8 • Fr. Parker, Colo. Regist Jesuit HS

ERIN SCHILMOELLER MF • 5-5 • Fr. Centennial, Colo. Regis Jesuit HS

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HAYLEY MILNER MF • 5-5 • Sr. Rochester, N.Y. Brighton HS

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Olivia Pyne

MF • 5-4 • Jr. Edgewater, Md. South River HS

ELIZABETH CASERTANO DEF • 5-8 • So. Allison Park, Pa. Shaler Area HS

CHELSEA RANDEL

DEF • 5-5 • Sr. Pleasanton, Calif. Foothill HS

ANNIE LONGTAIN MF • 5-5 • Fr. West Linn, Ore. West Linn HS

DEVON FRAZER MF • 5-9 • Jr. Lafayette, Calif. Acalanes HS

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ATK • 5-5 • Sr. Severna Park, Md. Severna Park HS

RALEIGH CAVEY DEF • 5-7 • Jr. Eldersburg, Md. Century HS

CASEY BROGAN MF • 5-6 • Jr. Annapolis, Md. St. Mary’s HS

KIKI GIBSON

MF • 5-5 • Fr. Encinitas, Calif. La Costa Canyon HS

SHANNON PROPST ATK • 5-7 • Sr. Bel Air, Md. Fallston, HS

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DEF • 5-8 • So. Malvern, Pa. Greaty Valley HS

HOLLY JOHNSON MF • 5-4 • So. Odenton, Md. Arundel HS

BECCA KATZEN

GK • 5-5 • Fr. Cockeysville, Md. Dulaney HS

RACHEL STEINBERG

MF • 5-3 • Fr. Millersville, Md. Severn School

JANELLE PARKER GK • 5-3 • Fr. Danvers, Mass.

Williston Northampton School

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Class Fr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. RFr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. So.

Hometown/Previous School Parker, Colo./Regis Jesuit HS Annapolis, Md./St. Mary’s HS Allison Park, Pa./ Shaler Area HS Eldersburg, Md./Century HS Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington HS Pleasanton, Calif./Amador Valley HS Lafayette, Calif./Acalanes HS Encinitas, Calif./La Costa Canyon HS Odenton, Md./Arundel HS Cockeysville, Md./Dulaney HS Severna Park, Md./Severna Park HS West Linn, Ore./West Linn HS Clarksville, Md./River Hill HS Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown HS Rochester, N.Y./Brighton HS Malvern, Pa./Great Valley HS Phoenixville, Pa./Great Valley HS Southborough, Mass./Algonquin Regional HS Danvers, Mass./Williston Northampton School Stockton, Calif./Linden HS Bel Air, Md./Fallston HS Towson, Md./Maryvale Prep Edgewater, Md./South River HS Edgewater, Md./South River HS Pleasanton, Calif./Foothill HS Yorba Linda, Calif./Esperanza HS Centennial, Colo./Regis Jesuit HS Carlsbad, Calif./Carlsbad HS Millersville, Md./Severn School Santa Ana, Calif./Foothill HS

Head Coach: Jen Beck Associate Head Coach: Robert Bray, Jr. Assistant Coach: Jen Derby Undergraduate Assistant Coach: Salliebeth Finnegan Pronunciation Guide

Seniors (7): Caroline Federighi, Sami Kiser, Erika McCool, Hayley Milner, Shannon Propst, Nikki Puszcz, Chelsea Randel. Juniors (4): Casey Brogan, Raleigh Cavey, Devon Frazer, Olivia Pyne. Sophomores (10): Elizabeth Casertano, Lauren Drake, Holly Johnson, Katie Marlatt, Jackie Moccia, Jenna Morris, Carly O’Connell, Alison Scharkey, Natalie Simpson, Courtney Valdez. Redshirt Freshman (1): Savanna Peters. Freshman (8): Kathryn Blumhardt, KiKi Gibson, Becca Katzen, Annie Longtain, Janelle Parker, Bella Pyne, Erin Schilmoeller, Rachel Steinberg.

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Kathryn Blumhardt..................................Bloom-heart Casey Brogan.............................................BRO-gun Elizabeth Casertano.................................KASS-er-TAHN-oh Raleigh Cavey............................................KAY-vee Becca Katzen..............................................CATS-in Caroline Federighi....................................Fed-er-REE-gee (Like me) Sami Kiser....................................................KAI-zer Katie Marlatt...............................................Mar-LAHT Jackie Moccia.............................................Mow-CHA Shannon Propst........................................Prop-ST Nikki Puszcz................................................PUSH Alison Scharkey.........................................SHARK-ee Erin Schilmoeller.......................................SHILL-mole-er

The Players Players

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

Coaching Staff

Name Kathryn Blumhardt Casey Brogan Elizabeth Casertano Raleigh Cavey Lauren Drake Caroline Federighi Devon Frazer KiKi Gibson Holly Johnson Becca Katzen Sami Kiser Annie Longtain Katie Marlatt Erika McCool Hayley Milner Jackie Moccia Jenna Morris Carly O’Connell Janelle Parker Savanna Peters Shannon Propst Nikki Puszcz Bella Pyne Olivia Pyne Chelsea Randel Alison Scharkey Erin Schilmoeller Natalie Simpson Rachel Steinberg Courtney Valdez

Season Outlook

Nbr. 18 16 9 10 8 30 32 23 11 17 4 21 2 19 13 5 00 12 77 20 36 7 14 3 15 28 27 6 24 1


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The Players Players

Coaching Staff

Season Outlook

CAROLINE FEDERIGHI Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

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Goalkeeper Senior Pleasanton, Calif. Amador Valley Human Physiology

Summary: Ranks second all-time with 295 saves and is the school record-holder in career save percentage (.496) and goals against average (9.40)...her 9.15 goals against average in 2012, which ranked 14th in the nation, is still the Oregon single season record...set the school record with a .504 save percentage in 2013.

played tallying 60 minutes...came off the bench to stop eight of 16 shots in the season finale at Denver (4/23)...stopped nine of 13 shots in a 7-4 win over Denver in the MPSF Tournament semifinals (4/29)...made a season-high 15 saves in MPSF Tournament finals against No. 6 Stanford (5/1).

2013 (Junior): Made 11 appearances and seven starts in goal...second team All-MPSF selection...made a career-high 15 saves on April 19 at Stanford...saved 12 shots on April 26 at Denver...finished the year with a career-best .504 save percentage (school record) and a 9.28 goals against average...was named the MPSF Defensive Player of the Week on April 22.

Before Oregon: Led team to North Coast Section (NCS) Championship Game in 2010... helped squad make four consecutive appearances in the NCS semifinals...earned US Lacrosse All-America and Academic All-America honors in senior and junior seasons...named team MVP in 2009 and 2010...participated in the 2010 ESPN Rise Games...named to the 2010 All-ESPN Rise Games team...named to the West Side Lax Elite 25 (ranked 16th in western United States) in 2010...started all 21 games as a junior, recording a .610 save percentage...tabbed 2010 East Bay Prep Athlete of the Year...named to the All-East Bay girls lacrosse team by the Contra Costa Times...posted a .660 save percentage during her sophomore season to help team capture the NCS Championship with an undefeated record in EBAL play...competed in the US Lacrosse women’s division national tournament in Baltimore, Md....academic accolades include: NCA Scholar Athlete Award (’07, ’08, ’09 & ’10), AVHS Principals List for a 4.0 GPA (’07, ’08, ’09 & ’10), California Scholarship Foundation member (’07, ’08, ’09 & ’10)...plays for Triple Threat LAX, which claimed championships in both the Galaxy Senior Division and SandStorm tournament... in 2008, helped her club team take second place in Mid-Atlantic Sr. Division, and win the SandStorm and Surfside championships.

2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 19 games in goal, logging a total of 917 minutes and 33 seconds in the 2012 season...had a team-high 141 saves...improved her goals against average to 9.15, down from 9.87 in the 2011 season...had a .502 save percentage, saving a total of 141 shots...had a season-high 13 saves in the NCAA Play-In game against Navy (May 5, 9-10)... ranked third in school history in single-season saves with 141 in the 2012 season...ranked first in school history for her 2012 single-season goals against average of 9.15...earned First-Team All-MPSF honors and was tabbed the MPSF All-Tournament MVP...garnered CoSIDA Academic All-District honor and was named to the MPSF All-Academic team...earned IWLCA All-Regional accolade. 2011 (Freshman): Placed on the MPSF All-Tournament team after going 1-1 with an 8.02 goals against average and a .600 save percentage in two starts...led the team and finished second in the MPSF with a 9.87 goals against average...also led the league with a school-record .481 save percentage while clocking 571:14 in the crease...posted a 3-5 record while playing in all 17 games and starting four times...made 87 saves this season...made her college debut against No. 20 Hofstra (2/20), stopping nine of 15 shots in 36 minutes of action...turned aside 11 shots at Louisville (3/4)...grabbed 16 ground balls, four of them coming against William & Mary (3/11), and caused three turnovers...picked up her first-career win while making two saves at Iona (3/21)...made her first career start against Albany (3/27) notching seven saves, one ground ball and one caused turnover...her first career start also marked her first full game

Personal: Daughter of Bob and Carol Federighi...has three brothers, Ryan, Adam and Bobby and one sister, Lerin. CAREER HIGHS Saves..................................................................... 16 Goals Against........................................................ 15 Ground Balls.......................................................... 5 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 2

at Stanford at Stanford 2x last at Stanford 5x last vs. USC

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Career Overall Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP 17 19 11 47

MIN 570:35 917:33 426:43 1913:51

GA 94 140 66 300

GAA 9.88 9.15 9.28 9.40

SV 87 141 67 295

SV/G 5.12 7.42 6.09 6.28

SVPCT .481 .502 .504 .496

W 3 14 2 19

L 5 4 4 13

SHO 0 0 0 0

GA 16 31 47

GAA 7.99 9.99 9.22

SV 24 27 51

SV/G 12.00 9.00 10.20

SVPCT .600 .466 .520

W 1 2 3

L 1 1 2

SHO 0 0 0

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GP 2 3 5

MIN 120:00 186:00 306:00

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Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

4

Attacker Senior Severna Park, Md. Severna Park Communication Disorders and Sciences

2012 (Sophomore): Played in all 19 games...had a career-high 14 goals in the 2012 season...scored an individual game career high three goals in the 13-7 win over Stanford (April 13), one of which was the game-winning goal...took a total of 26 shots with a career-high five shots against Fresno State (April 6, 21-4)...scooped up five groundballs...named to All-MPSF All-Academic team.

Before Oregon: Three-sport standout who lettered in lacrosse, field hockey and indoor track...earned Academic All-America and second-team All-County honors during senior lacrosse season...named first-team all-county in field hockey as a senior... helped lead team to consecutive regional and state titles in 2008 and ’09, including

Personal: Daughter of Ronald and Sally Kiser...has one brother, Jonathan and one sister, Joanna...sings the National Anthem before every home game. CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... 3 Assists................................................................... 1 Points.................................................................... 4 Ground Balls.......................................................... 3 Draw Controls........................................................ 1 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 2

3x last vs. Fresno St. 4x last at UC Davis at Stanford vs. Fresno St. 5x last at Fresno St. at UC Davis

4/10/13 4/21/13 4/13/12 2/25/11 4/10/13 4/21/13

The Players Players

2011 (Freshman): Made her Oregon debut against Fresno State (2/25) recording three ground balls and forcing two turnovers...has played in eight games for the Ducks this season...recorded six ground balls on the season.

an undefeated season and No. 4 national finish in 2008...Academic All-American as a junior...Honor roll athlete (’07, ’08, ’09 & ’10)...helped lead field hockey team to three straight regional and state titles...named first-team all-county in field hockey as a senior, earned second-team honors as a junior and received honorable mention as a sophomore...competed on the varsity indoor track team as a sophomore and junior... plays club Lacrosse for SPlax 2010...academic accolades include: National Honor Society, Student Government Association (SGA), SGA Secretary (2008-09).

Coaching Staff

2013 (Junior): Appeared in all 17 games and made 16 starts...scored 17 goals handed out two assists...matched a career-high with three goals on March 22 against San Diego State and again on April 10 at Fresno State...scored two goals, including the game-winner on March 8 against Davidson.

Season Outlook

SAMI KISER

Career Overall Statistics GP 8 19 17 44

G 0 14 17 31

GPG 0.00 0.74 1.00 0.70

A 0 2 2 4

APG 0.00 0.11 0.12 0.09

PTS 0 16 19 35

PPG 0.00 0.84 1.12 0.80

SH 0 26 34 60

SH/G 0.00 1.37 2.00 1.36

SH% .000 .538 .500 .517

TO 4 9 16 29

TO/G 0.50 0.47 0.94 0.66

CT 3 0 9 12

CT/G 0.38 0.00 0.53 0.27

GB 6 5 9 20

GB/G 0.75 0.26 0.53 0.45

DC 2 1 2 5

DC/G 0.25 0.05 0.12 0.11

APG 0.00 0.00

PTS 2 2

PPG 0.67 0.67

SH 4 4

SH/G 1.33 1.33

SH% .500 .500

TO 2 2

TO/G 0.67 0.67

CT 0 0

CT/G 0.00 0.00

GB 1 1

GB/G 0.33 0.33

DC 1 1

DC/G 0.33 0.33

Career Postseason Statistics YEAR 2012 TOTAL

GP 3 3

G 2 2

GPG 0.67 0.67

A 0 0

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Season Outlook

ERIKA McCOOL Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

Defender Senior Moorestown, N.J. Moorestown Educational Foundations, Spanish

2013 (Junior): Started all 17 games as a junior...has appeared in every Oregon lacrosse game since 2011...had 15 caused turnovers, which ranked third on the team... caused four turnovers on April 7 against California...scooped up two ground balls and caused three turnovers on March 22 against San Diego State...picked up a season-high three ground balls on March 22 versus High Point. 2012 (Sophomore): Made appearances in all 19 games...third on the team in groundballs with a total of 29...caused 15 turnovers, making her third on the team in that category...helped anchor the Ducks’ defense and midfield in 14 wins in the 2012 season...had a career-high two draw controls in the 16-13 win over UC Davis on April 8...named to the All-MPSF All-Academic team.

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2011 (Freshman): Tied for fourth on the team with 21 ground balls...made her collegiate debut against Hofstra (2/20)...collected a season high five ground balls in the Ducks’ 16-5 win over Cincinnati (3/6)...recorded two ground balls and one draw control against No. 7 Stanford...appeared in 17 games as a freshman with 13 starts to her name. Before Oregon: Three-sport standout who lettered in soccer, basketball and lacrosse...earned Academic All-America, first-team all-county and first-team All-South

Jersey as a senior in lacrosse...helped lead squad to a Burlco League title before capping the 28-1 season with a New Jersey state championship as a junior tabbed Women’s Lacrosse Club of South Jersey Defender of the Year in 2010...led soccer team to three league titles as a goalkeeper...named all-state, All-South Jersey and allleague as a senior...tabbed All-Burlington County League second team and All-South Jersey Group III goalkeeper as a sophomore...led team to South Jersey Group III title that season...voted most dedicated to the team as a sophomore and junior...served as team captain in 2009...academic accolades include: high school honor roll (’07, ’08, ’09 & ’10), member of the Honor and Service Society...graduated with a 4.2 grade-point average...played for the South Jersey Select club team. Personal: Daughter of Michael and Mary McCool...has one brother, Michael and a sister, Marie...studied abroad in Segovia, Spain for six weeks in the summer of 2013. CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... N/A Assists................................................................... N/A Points.................................................................... N/A Ground Balls.......................................................... 5 Draw Controls........................................................ 2 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 4

N/A N/A N/A at Cincinnati vs. UC Davis vs. California

N/A N/A N/A 3/6/11 4/8/12 4/7/13

YEAR 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP 17 19 17 53

G 0 0 0 0

GPG 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

A 0 0 0 0

APG 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

PTS 0 0 0 0

PPG 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

SH 0 0 0 0

SH/G 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

SH% .000 .000 .000 .000

TO 11 11 12 34

TO/G 0.65 0.58 0.71 0.64

CT 13 15 15 43

CT/G 0.76 0.79 0.88 0.81

GB 21 29 16 66

GB/G 1.24 1.53 0.94 1.25

DC 3 6 1 10

DC/G 0.18 0.32 0.06 0.19

APG 0.00 0.00 0.00

PTS 0 0 0

PPG 0.00 0.00 0.00

SH 0 0 0

SH/G 0.00 0.00 0.00

SH% .000 .000 .000

TO 0 2 2

TO/G 0.00 0.67 0.40

CT 2 1 3

CT/G 1.00 0.33 0.60

GB 1 5 6

GB/G 0.50 1.67 1.20

DC 1 0 1

DC/G 0.50 0.00 0.20

Career Postseason Statistics YEAR 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP 2 3 5

G 0 0 0

GPG 0.00 0.00 0.00

A 0 0 0

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Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

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Midfielder Senior Rochester, N.Y. Brighton Biology

2011 (Freshman): Finished with nine goals and 10 points … made her collegiate debut against Hofstra (2/20) scoring two goals and netting one draw control … scored three goals on three shots in Oregon’s MPSF opener against Fresno State (2/25) while grabbing three ground balls...appeared in 13 games, five of which she started... scored one goal against Saint Mary’s on April 10...scored one goal in Oregon’s win over

Before Oregon: Earned Academic All-America honors as a senior...named firstteam all-county and all-area in 2010 while earning second-team all-county honors in 2009...earned the senior women’s athletic achievement award in 2010...named second-team all-county in soccer during senior season. Personal: Daughter of Eric and Laurie Milner...has two brothers, Kelsey and Chris and one sister, Melinda. CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... 5 Assists................................................................... 2 Points.................................................................... 5 Ground Balls.......................................................... 3 Draw Controls........................................................ 3 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 2

2x last vs. USC vs. UC Davis 2x last vs. USC 3x last vs. Davidson 2x last at Fresno St. 2x last vs. Davidson

4/4/13 4/8/12 4/4/13 3/8/13 4/10/13 3/8/13

The Players Players

2012 (Sophomore): Played in all 19 games...scored a career-high 22 goals in her sophomore season...scored an individual game career high four goals against San Diego State (March 18, 17-7) where she also took a career-high seven shots...had a career-high eight caused turnovers in the 2012 season...ranked fourth on the team in draw controls with a season total of 17...had a season-high three draw controls in the NCAA Play-In game versus Navy (9-10, May 5)...tabbed to the MPSF All-Academic team.

UC Davis (4/17)...also tallied a goal in the regular season finale at Denver (4/23).

Coaching Staff

2013 (Junior): Appeared in all 17 games and made 15 starts...scored a career-high five goals on March 26 at Connecticut and again on April 4 versus USC...scored four goals in two-straight games at Fresno State on April 10 and against Saint Mary’s on April 14...had three draw controls in the Fresno State game...picked up three ground balls and caused two caused turnovers on March 8 against Davidson.

Season Outlook

HAYLEY MILNER

Career Overall Statistics GP 13 19 17 49

G 9 22 25 56

GPG 0.69 1.16 1.47 1.14

A 1 7 3 11

APG 0.08 0.37 0.18 0.22

PTS 10 29 28 67

PPG 0.77 1.53 1.65 1.37

SH 18 48 65 131

SH/G 1.38 2.53 3.82 2.67

SH% .500 .458 .385 .427

TO 12 21 15 48

TO/G 0.92 1.11 0.88 0.98

CT 5 8 7 20

CT/G 0.38 0.42 0.41 0.41

GB 7 14 12 33

GB/G 0.54 0.74 0.71 0.67

DC 5 17 11 33

DC/G 0.38 0.89 0.65 0.67

APG 0.00 0.33 0.20

PTS 1 7 8

PPG 0.50 2.33 1.60

SH 1 9 10

SH/G 0.50 3.00 2.00

SH% 1.000 .667 .700

TO 0 2 2

TO/G 0.00 0.67 0.40

CT 1 1 2

CT/G 0.50 0.33 0.40

GB 0 3 3

GB/G 0.00 1.00 0.60

DC 0 4 4

DC/G 0.00 1.33 0.80

Career Postseason Statistics YEAR 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP 2 3 5

G 1 6 7

GPG 0.50 2.00 1.40

A 0 1 1

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Season Outlook

SHANNON PROPST Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

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Attacker Senior Bel Air, Md. Fallston Communication Disorders and Sciences

Summary: Set the school single season record in three categories in 2013: points (68), assists (39) and assists per game (2.29)...also tied the single season record for points per game (4.00)...enters the 2014 campaign with 148 points and is just 45 away from tying the all-time record of 193...has 70 career assists and is just nine away from setting the school record...has 78 career goals, which is 11th in Oregon history...currently holds the all-time Oregon record in assists per game (1.32)...played for the USA A-II squad over the summer (2013) in Berlin, Germany and won the Berlin Open. 2013 (Junior): Started all 17 games and has appeared in every Oregon lacrosse game since 2011...set the single season record with 68 points...second team All-MPSF selection...led the Ducks in points (68), goals (29) and assists (39)...her 39 assists in 2013 is a school single season record...also tied the school record with 4.00 points per game... finished 13th in the nation in total assists and in a tie for 15th in assist per game (2.29)... ranked in a tie for 24th in the nation with 68 points and in a tie for 26th in points per game (4.00)...ranked third in the MPSF in assists per game and fifth in points per game... became Oregon’s all-time single season points leader by tallying seven points against UC Davis on April 21...scored a career-high five goals at Fresno State on April 10...posted back-to-back seven-point games on April 10 and 14 against Fresno State and Saint Mary’s en route to being named the MPSF Offensive Player of the Week on April 15... matched a career-best with four assists against Saint Mary’s...scored three goals on Feb. 24 against Cincinnati...scored two goals and added two assists (four points) on March 30 at Old Dominion to give her 113 career points and move her past Alison Leiner (112) for eighth place on Oregon’s all-time points list. 2012 (Sophomore): Played in all 19 games...scored a total of 34 goals, second best on the team...also ranked second on the team in assists with a total of 19...tallied a total of 53 points, third best for the Ducks...set career highs in every category during the 2012 season...has recorded a hat trick on five separate occasions this season, most recently in the 16-8 win over Saint Mary’s on April 15, totaling her number of hat tricks to seven in her career...had a career-high three assists against High Point (March 25, 10-13)...caused

two turnovers in the NCAA Play-In game against Navy on May 5 (9-10), also a single game career high...took a total of 61 shots in her sophomore season with a shot percentage of .557...caused a total of six turnovers and scooped up 10 groundballs...earned Second-Team All-MPSF honors....named to the MPSF All-Academic team. 2011 (Freshman): Finished with 27 points on 15 goals and 12 assists (third most on the team)...made her Oregon debut against Hofstra (2/20) netting one assist and one draw control...started in all 17 games...recorded a career-high four points in three Oregon wins: against Jacksonville (2/27), at California (4/8) and at Saint Mary’s (4/10)...recorded two goals and two assists in Oregon’s 15-9 win over Jacksonville (2/27) while adding two ground balls, three draw controls and one caused turnover...scored a season high three goals against California (4/8)...tallied three points in Oregon’s victory over UC Davis (4/17) including one goal, two assists, one ground ball, three draw controls and a caused turnover...finished the regular season with two points on a goal and an assist at Denver (4/23)...recorded a hat trick against No. 6 Stanford in the MPSF Tournament finals (5/1). Before Oregon: Two-sport athlete who lettered in lacrosse and basketball...led squad to the 2009 regional and state championships under head coach Michael McTeague...helped lead basketball team to state titles in 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons...plays club lacrosse for the Skywalkers...academic accolades include: National Honor Society and Spanish Honors Society. Personal: Daughter of Tim and Michele Propst...has one brother, Phillip. CAREER HIGHS Goals........................................................................5 Assists......................................................................4 Points.......................................................................7 Ground Balls.............................................................4 Draw Controls...........................................................4 Caused Turnovers.....................................................2

at Fresno St. 3x last at UC Davis 3x last at UC Davis 2x last at Marist at Fresno St. vs. Navy

4/10/13 4/21/13 4/21/13 3/24/13 4/10/13 5/5/12

Career Overall Statistics

History & Records

YEAR 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP 17 19 17 53

G 15 34 29 78

GPG 0.88 1.79 1.71 1.47

A 12 19 39 70

APG 0.71 1.00 2.29 1.32

PTS 27 53 68 148

PPG 1.59 2.79 4.00 2.79

SH 33 61 57 151

SH/G 1.94 3.21 3.35 2.85

SH% .455 .557 .509 .517

TO 14 20 27 61

TO/G 0.82 1.05 1.59 1.15

CT 6 6 1 13

CT/G 0.35 0.35 0.06 0.25

GB 12 10 15 37

GB/G 0.71 0.53 0.88 0.70

DC 13 12 19 44

DC/G 0.76 0.63 1.12 0.83

APG 0.00 0.33 0.20

PTS 3 7 10

PPG 1.50 2.33 2.00

SH 6 10 16

SH/G 3.00 3.33 3.20

SH% .500 .600 .563

TO 3 4 7

TO/G 1.50 1.33 1.40

CT 0 2 2

CT/G 0.00 0.67 0.40

GB 2 1 3

GB/G 1.00 0.33 0.60

DC 1 0 1

DC/G 0.50 0.00 0.20

Career Postseason Statistics YEAR 2011 2012 TOTAL

GP 2 3 5

G 3 6 9

GPG 1.50 2.00 1.80

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Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

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Midfielder Senior Towson, Md. Maryvale Prep Journalism

2013 (Junior): Started all 17 games and has appeared in every Oregon game since 2011...finished fourth on the team in points (34), was tied for second in goals scored (26) and ranked second in ground balls (25)...also picked up 39 draw controls, which ranked second on the team...registered four hat-tricks and nine multi-goal efforts as a junior...posted three goals, including a game-winning free position goal in overtime, against Vermont on March 4...matched a career-high with four ground balls at UConn on March 26...also set a new career-best with seven draw controls at UConn.

Before Oregon: Named team’s top midfielder as a senior...averaged 2.5 points per game as a freshman, 2.6 points per game as a sophomore and 3.5 points per game as a junior...voted by her teammates the Most Advanced Player in 2007...scored a lastminute game-tying goal, leading to a game-winning final overtime goal to win the Winters Mill Invitational champions...played organized tennis throughout high school for the Baltimore Tennis Patrons Red Team (2007, ’08 & ’09)...played club lacrosse for ROME 2010. Personal: Daughter of Peter and Kim Puszcz...has one sister, Janine. vs. Cincinnati at San Diego St. 2x last at St. Mary’s 3x last at UC Davis at UConn vs. UC Davis

4/1/12 3/18/12 4/15/12 4/21/13 3/26/13 4/8/12

GP 17 19 17 53

G 16 39 26 81

GPG 0.94 2.05 1.53 1.53

A 9 18 8 35

APG 0.53 0.95 0.47 0.66

PTS 25 57 34 116

PPG 1.47 3.00 2.00 2.19

SH 39 61 57 157

SH/G 2.29 3.59 3.35 2.96

SH% .410 .639 .456 .516

TO 15 29 21 65

TO/G 0.88 1.53 1.24 1.23

CT 11 11 19 41

CT/G 0.65 0.58 1.12 0.77

GB 20 23 25 68

GB/G 1.18 1.21 1.47 1.28

DC 31 32 39 102

DC/G 1.82 1.68 2.29 1.92

APG 0.00 0.67 0.40

PTS 0 10 10

PPG 0.00 3.33 2.00

SH 6 10 16

SH/G 3.00 3.33 3.20

SH% .000 .800 .500

TO 1 6 7

TO/G 0.50 2.00 1.40

CT 0 5 5

CT/G 0.00 1.67 1.00

GB 1 5 6

GB/G 0.50 1.67 1.20

DC 2 6 8

DC/G 1.00 2.00 1.60

Season In Review

CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... 5 Assists................................................................... 4 Points.................................................................... 6 Ground Balls.......................................................... 4 Draw Controls........................................................ 7 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 4

Career Overall Statistics YEAR 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

The Players Players

2012 (Sophomore): Played in all 19 games...led the team in goals with 39, a career high...Ranked first in points with 57 for the 2012 season, more than doubling her total points from the previous season...broke career highs in every category...scored five goals in the win over Cincinnati (April 1, 20-10), the third most in a single game this season...tallied four assists in the victory over San Diego State (March 18, 17-7)... scooped up four groundballs in the narrow win over Old Dominion (March 10, 10-9)... caused four turnovers in a key conference win over UC Davis on April 8 (16-13)...took a total of 61 shots, tying for fourth on the team and giving her a .639 shot percentage... ranked third on the team in assists with 18...tied for first with three game-winning goals...second on the team in total draw controls with 32...ranked fourth in school history for single-season goals with 39 and single-season points with 57 this season... was named to the Second-Team All-MPSF and the All-MPSF Tournament Team...also selected for the MPSF All-Academic team.

2011 (Freshman): Finished fifth on the team in goals scored (16) and sixth in points (25)...started in all 17 games...tied for sixth on the team in ground balls (20), ranked fifth in caused turnovers (11) and was fourth in draw controls (31)...netted four draw controls and an assist in her collegiate debut against No. 20 Hofstra (2/20)...has recorded at least two draw controls in nine of her 14 games...scored a season-best four goals in Oregon’s 16-5 victory over Cincinnati (3/6) while adding two ground balls and two draw controls...also scored three goals against California (4/8) along with three ground balls and one draw control...recorded at least two points in each of the last four games, including four on three goals and an assist at California (4/8).

Coaching Staff

Summary: Enters the 2014 season ranked ninth all-time in total points (116) and eighth in goals scored (81)...also ranks sixth all-time in draw controls (102)...played for the USA A-I squad over the summer (2013) in Berlin, Germany and won the Berlin Open.

Season Outlook

NIKKI PUSZCZ

Career Postseason Statistics GP 2 3 5

G 0 8 8

GPG 0.00 2.67 1.60

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15 • CHELSEA RANDEL

Coaching Staff

Season Outlook

CHELSEA RANDEL Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

Defender Senior Pleasanton, Calif. Foothill Family & Human Services

2013 (Junior): Appeared in five games...had two ground balls for the season... had two caused turnovers on April 10 at Fresno State...registered her first-ever draw control against Cincinnati (2/24).

inspirational teammate as a junior...served as team captain as a senior.

2012 (Sophomore): Played in five games.

CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... N/A Assists................................................................... N/A Points.................................................................... N/A Ground Balls.......................................................... 1 Draw Controls........................................................ 1 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 2

2011 (Freshman): Appeared in four games. Before Oregon: Lettered three times in lacrosse and twice in cheerleading … finished career ranked eighth in school history in both goals and points … voted freshman of the year in 2007...led team in scoring as a sophomore … voted most The Players Players

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Personal: Daughter of Ken and Terry Randel...has two brothers, Kevin and Jeff. N/A N/A N/A 2x last at UC Davis at UC Davis at Fresno St.

N/A N/A N/A 4/21/13 4/21/13 4/10/13

Career Overall Statistics YEAR 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP 4 5 5 14

G 0 0 0 0

GPG 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

A 0 0 0 0

APG 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

PTS 0 0 0 0

PPG 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

SH 0 0 0 0

SH/G 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

SH% .000 .000 .000 .000

TO 0 0 0 0

TO/G 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

CT 0 0 3 3

CT/G 0.00 0.00 0.60 0.21

GB 0 0 2 2

GB/G 0.00 0.00 0.40 0.14

DC 0 0 1 1

DC/G 0.00 0.00 0.20 0.07

APG

PTS

PPG

SH SH/G SH% TO No postseason statistics available

TO/G

CT

CT/G

GB

GB/G

DC

DC/G

Career Postseason Statistics GP

G

GPG

A

History & Records

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CASEY BROGAN • 16

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

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Midfielder Junior Annapolis, Md. Saint Mary’s Journalism

Personal: Daughter of Paul and Linda Brogan...has one sister, Kelly... majoring in journalism...Mother was a member of both lacrosse and field hockey squads at the University of Delaware. CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... 1 Assists................................................................... 2 Points.................................................................... 2 Ground Balls.......................................................... 3 Draw Controls........................................................ 4 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 4

7x last vs. St. Mary’s at UC Davis 2x last at UC Davis vs. Cincinnati 3x last at Fresno St. vs. Cincinnati

4/14/13 4/21/13 4/21/13 2/24/13 4/10/13 2/24/13

Career Overall Statistics YEAR 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP 16 16 32

G 2 5 7

GPG 0.13 0.31 0.22

A 1 5 6

APG 0.06 0.31 0.19

PTS 3 10 13

PPG 0.19 0.63 0.41

SH 11 32 43

SH/G 0.69 2.00 1.34

SH% .182 .156 .163

TO 6 19 25

TO/G 0.38 1.19 0.78

CT 1 12 13

CT/G 0.06 0.75 0.41

GB 1 6 7

GB/G 0.06 0.38 0.22

DC 11 31 42

DC/G 0.69 1.94 1.31

APG 0.00 0.00

PTS 0 0

PPG 0.00 0.00

SH 1 1

SH/G 0.33 0.33

SH% .000 .000

TO 0 0

TO/G 0.00 0.00

CT 0 0

CT/G 0.00 0.00

GB 0 0

GB/G 0.00 0.00

DC 2 2

DC/G 0.67 0.67

The Players Players

2012 (Freshman): Made appearances in 16 of the 17 games as a freshman...tallied two goals, the most recent in the 16-13 victory over UC Davis on April 8...had a seasonhigh three shots versus Davidson on March 27 and tallied two draw controls twice, with the last coming against Denver on April 21...helped anchor the Ducks’ midfield in a total of 14 wins, nine consecutively from March 27 through April 29. Before Oregon: Served as a team captain on the lacrosse team as a junior...led team to the state semifinals and a fourth-place finish in the state in 2010...also earned two varsity letters in soccer...plays for the Maryland United Lacrosse club team...main-

tained a 4.06 GPA during the 2010 fall term...member of the National Honor Society, French National Honor Society and was named a Maryland Distinguished Scholar.

Coaching Staff

2013 (Sophomore): Made 14 starts and appeared in 16 games...finished third on the team in draw controls (31)...scored five goals and added five assists for the year... posted career-highs in draw controls (4), caused turnovers (4) and ground balls (3) on Feb. 24 against Cincinnati...matched that career-high in draw controls with four more on March 30 at Old Dominion and April 10 at Fresno State.

Season Outlook

CASEY BROGAN

Career Postseason Statistics GP 3 3

G 0 0

GPG 0.00 0.00

A 0 0

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Coaching Staff

Season Outlook

RALEIGH CAVEY Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

Defender Junior Eldersburg, Md. Century Public Relations

2013 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 17 games and made 16 starts as a defender... wrapped up the year with four ground balls, five draw controls and eight caused turnovers...scooped up two ground balls and caused three turnovers on March 2 against High Point. 2012 (Freshman): Made appearances in 16 games...tallied three groundballs for the season...had a total of three draw controls in her freshman season.

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Before Oregon: Earned four varsity letters in lacrosse...was the only freshman on her varsity team in 2008...helped lead team to consecutive Maryland 2A State Championships as a sophomore and junior...named first-team all-county and honorable mention all-conference as a junior...also lettered four times in field hockey...named first-team all-conference once and earned honorable mention on two other occasions...led team

to two appearances in the Maryland 2A State Championship game...member of the National Honor Society and editor of the school yearbook. Personal: Daughter of Joe and Vickie Cavey...has two brothers, Ryder and Lane... majoring in public relations. CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... N/A Assists................................................................... N/A Points.................................................................... N/A Ground Balls.......................................................... 2 Draw Controls........................................................ 1 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 3

N/A N/A N/A vs. High Point 8x last at UC Davis vs. High Point

N/A N/A N/A 3/2/13 4/21/13 3/2/13

Career Overall Statistics YEAR 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP 16 17 33

G 0 0 0

GPG 0.00 0.00 0.00

A 0 0 0

APG 0.00 0.00 0.00

PTS 0 0 0

PPG 0.00 0.00 0.00

SH 0 0 0

SH/G 0.00 0.00 0.00

SH% .000 .000 .000

TO 4 9 13

TO/G 0.25 0.53 0.39

CT 0 8 8

CT/G 0.00 0.47 0.24

GB 3 4 7

GB/G 0.19 0.24 0.21

DC 3 5 8

DC/G 0.19 0.29 0.24

APG 0.00 0.00

PTS 0 0

PPG 0.00 0.00

SH 0 0

SH/G 0.00 0.00

SH% .000 .000

TO 0 0

TO/G 0.00 0.00

CT 0 0

CT/G 0.00 0.00

GB 0 0

GB/G 0.00 0.00

DC 0 0

DC/G 0.00 0.00

Career Postseason Statistics GP 2 2

G 0 0

GPG 0.00 0.00

A 0 0

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DEVON FRAZER • 32

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

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Midfielder Junior Lafayette, Calif. Acalenes Advertising

2012 (Freshman): Appeared in 10 games in her freshman season...totaled three goals and took five shots...scored a season-high two goals in the victory over Fresno State (April 6, 21-4)...also had two groundballs against Fresno State...tallied one draw control and caused two turnovers in the game against San Diego State on March 18 (17-7)...had a total of three caused turnovers for the season.

Personal: Daughter of Scott and Phyllis Frazer...has two brothers, Ian and Alan... majoring in advertising. CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... 3 Assist..................................................................... 1 Points.................................................................... 3 Ground Balls.......................................................... 2 Draw Controls........................................................ 3 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 2

vs. Vermont 2x last at Stanford 2x last vs. Vermont 4x last vs. Davidson 2x last at UC Davis 2x last vs. San Diego St.

3/4/13 4/19/13 3/4/13 3/8/13 4/21/13 3/22/13

Career Overall Statistics YEAR 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP 10 17 27

G 3 13 16

GPG 0.30 0.76 0.59

A 0 2 2

APG 0.00 0.12 0.07

PTS 3 15 18

PPG 0.30 0.88 0.67

SH 5 30 35

SH/G 0.50 1.76 1.30

SH% .600 .433 .457

TO 4 13 17

TO/G 0.40 0.76 0.63

CT 3 5 8

CT/G 0.30 0.29 0.30

GB 5 8 13

GB/G 0.50 0.47 0.48

DC 1 15 16

DC/G 0.10 0.88 0.59

APG

PTS

PPG

SH SH/G SH% TO No postseason statistics available

TO/G

CT

CT/G

GB

GB/G

DC

DC/G

The Players Players

Before Oregon: Started on the varsity lacrosse team all four years...voted offensive MVP by her teammates as a sophomore and junior...won team’s rookie of the year award as a freshman...named first-team all-conference twice and earned second-team

all-conference honors once...selected to the Women’s Division National Tournament Pacific lacrosse team following her junior year...served as team captain as a junior... club team is the Triple Threat Lacrosse Club...also lettered three times in golf...earned the Scholar-Athlete award all three years in golf.

Coaching Staff

2013 (Sophomore): Played in all 17 games and made three starts...scored 13 goals and finished the year with eight draw controls...posted career-bests in points (3), draw controls (3) and recorded her first-ever assist against Cincinnati (2/24)...matched her career-high in points (3), which she set against Cincinnati on Feb. 24, with a careerhigh three-goal effort on March 4 against Vermont.

Season Outlook

DEVON FRAZER

Career Postseason Statistics GP

G

GPG

A

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3 • OLIVIA PYNE

The Players Players

Coaching Staff

Season Outlook

OLIVIA PYNE Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

3

Midfielder Junior Edgewater, Md. South River Political Science

2013 (Sophomore): Played in all 17 games and made four starts...scored seven goals and had 10 draw controls...made her first collegiate start and scored one goal while adding one assist on March 26 at UConn. 2012 (Freshman): Played in 16 games as a freshman...scored a total of two goals and had three assists...had a season high two assists in the conference win over Stanford (April 13, 13-7)...scooped up two groundballs in the game against Cincinnati on April 1 (20-10)...had one caused turnover in the win over Stanford...totaled nine groundballs, five draw controls, and five points in her inaugural season. Before Oregon: Lettered three times in lacrosse...led South River High School to its first state championship in school history as a junior...named second-team all-county as a junior...club team is Chesapeake Lacrosse Club...also earned three letters in swimming and two more in cross country...competed in the county, regional and state

swim meets as a sophomore and junior...qualified for the state cross country meet as a senior...member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Scott and Cindy Pyne...has one brother (William) and sister (Bella). CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... 1 Assists................................................................... 2 Points.................................................................... 2 Ground Balls.......................................................... 2 Draw Controls........................................................ 3 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 1

9x last at Stanford at Stanford 2x last at UConn 2x last vs. Cincinnati at Davidson 3x last at Old Dominion

4/19/13 4/13/12 3/26/13 4/1/12 3/27/12 3/30/13

Career Overall Statistics YEAR 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP 16 17 33

G 2 7 9

GPG 0.13 0.41 0.27

A 3 1 4

APG 0.19 0.06 0.12

PTS 5 8 13

PPG 0.31 0.47 0.39

SH 6 16 22

SH/G 0.38 0.94 0.67

SH% .333 .438 .409

TO 10 12 22

TO/G 0.63 0.71 0.67

CT 1 2 3

CT/G 0.06 0.12 0.09

GB 9 5 14

GB/G 0.56 0.29 0.42

DC 5 10 15

DC/G 0.31 0.59 0.45

APG 0.00 0.00

PTS 0 0

PPG 0.00 0.00

SH 0 0

SH/G 0.00 0.00

SH% .000 .000

TO 2 2

TO/G 0.67 0.67

CT 0 0

CT/G 0.00 0.00

GB 1 1

GB/G 0.33 0.33

DC 1 1

DC/G 0.33 0.33

YEAR 2012 TOTAL

GP 3 3

G 0 0

GPG 0.00 0.00

A 0 0

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HOLLY JOHNSON • 11

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

11

Midfielder Sophomore Odenton, Md. Arundel Undeclared

Before Oregon: Two sport athlete at Arundel High School, earning one letter in soccer and four letters in lacrosse...led Arundel High School in goals, assists, ground balls and draw controls...received First Team All-County honors (2012)...won Army Strong Award (2012)...ranked third in points in Anne Arundel County (2012)...team captain (2011-2012). Academic involvement includes: AP Scholar and member of Honor Roll.

Personal: Born Holly M. Johnson in Annapolis, Md. to parents Marshall and Linda Johnson...has one older sister, Taylor. CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... 1 Assists................................................................... N/A Points.................................................................... 1 Ground Balls.......................................................... 3 Draw Controls........................................................ 2 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 1

vs. St. Mary’s N/A vs. St. Mary’s vs. Cincinnati vs. St. Mary’s vs. Cincinnati

4/14/13 N/A 4/14/13 2/24/13 4/14/13 2/24/13

Coaching Staff

2013 (Freshman): Played in 11 games...scored her first collegiate goal on April 14 against Saint Mary’s...scooped up three ground balls against Cincinnati (2/24)...made her collegiate debut on Feb. 23 against Dartmouth.

Season Outlook

HOLLY JOHNSON

Career Overall Statistics GP 11 11

G 1 1

GPG 0.09 0.09

A 0 0

APG 0.00 0.00

PTS 1 1

PPG 0.09 0.09

SH 4 4

SH/G 0.36 0.36

SH% .250 .250

TO 3 3

TO/G 0.27 0.27

CT 1 1

CT/G 0.09 0.09

GB 6 6

GB/G 0.55 0.55

DC 4 4

DC/G 0.36 0.36

APG

PTS

PPG

SH SH/G SH% TO No postseason statistics available

TO/G

CT

CT/G

GB

GB/G

DC

DC/G

The Players Players

YEAR 2013 TOTAL

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GP

G

GPG

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Coaching Staff

Season Outlook

KATIE MARLATT Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

2

Midfielder Sophomore Clarksville, Md. River Hills Human Physiology

2013 (Freshman): Appeared in three games as a freshman...made her collegiate debut on Feb. 24 against Cincinnati and had one draw control. Before Oregon: Four time letter winner in both soccer and lacrosse...helped lead the River Hills High School state championship soccer team (2008)...awarded Second Team All Howard County for lacrosse (2011)...served as team captain for soccer (2011)... lacrosse team captain (2011-2012)...academic honors include: AP honors Scholar. Personal: Born Katherine Taylor Marlatt in Weymouth, Mass....daughter of Geoff and Jane Marlatt...has two brothers, Jim and Bobby, and two sisters, Emily and Colleen...

majoring in human physiology. CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... N/A Assists................................................................... N/A Points.................................................................... N/A Ground Balls.......................................................... N/A Draw Controls........................................................ 1 Caused Turnovers.................................................. N/A

N/A N/A N/A N/A vs. Cincinnati N/A

N/A N/A N/A N/A 2/24/13 N/A

The Players Players

Career Overall Statistics YEAR 2013 TOTAL

GP 3 3

G 0 0

GPG 0.00 0.00

A 0 0

APG 0.00 0.00

PTS 0 0

PPG 0.00 0.00

SH 0 0

SH/G 0.00 0.00

SH% .000 .000

TO 1 1

TO/G 0.33 0.33

CT 0 0

CT/G 0.00 0.00

GB 0 0

GB/G 0.00 0.00

DC 1 1

DC/G 0.33 0.33

APG

PTS

PPG

SH SH/G SH% TO No postseason statistics available

TO/G

CT

CT/G

GB

GB/G

DC

DC/G

Career Postseason Statistics GP

G

GPG

A

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JACKIE MOCCIA • 5

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

5

Defender Sophomore Malvern, Pa. Great Valley Undeclared

Before Oregon: An All-American and three-sport athlete for Great Valley High School playing soccer, field hockey and lacrosse...won two letters playing defense in field hockey...three time letter winner in lacrosse under head coach Joe Tornetta...named All-League Honorable Mention...received First Team All-League honors...played for Mongoose Lacrosse Club out of Malvern, Pa.

Personal: Born Jacqueline E. Moccia in Boston, Mass....parents are Robert and Linda Moccia...has four older brothers, David, Christopher, Michael, and Robert. CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... N/A Assists................................................................... N/A Points.................................................................... N/A Ground Balls.......................................................... 3 Draw Controls........................................................ 1 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 2

N/A N/A N/A at Denver 3x last at Stanford at Denver

N/A N/A N/A 4/26/13 4/19/13 4/26/13

Coaching Staff

2013 (Freshman): Appeared in 13 of the Ducks’ 17 games...had a career-high three ground balls at Denver on April 26 and caused two turnovers the same day...made her collegiate debut on Feb. 24 against Cincinnati...scooped up two ground balls on March 26 at UConn and again on March 30 at Old Dominion.

Season Outlook

JACKIE MOCCIA

Career Overall Statistics GP 13 13

G 0 0

GPG 0.00 0.00

A 0 0

APG 0.00 0.00

PTS 0 0

PPG 0.00 0.00

SH 0 0

SH/G 0.00 0.00

SH% .000 .000

TO 7 7

TO/G 0.54 0.54

CT 2 2

CT/G 0.15 0.15

GB 11 11

GB/G 0.85 0.85

DC 3 3

DC/G 0.23 0.23

APG

PTS

PPG

SH SH/G SH% TO No postseason statistics available

TO/G

CT

CT/G

GB

GB/G

DC

DC/G

The Players Players

YEAR 2013 TOTAL

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GP

G

GPG

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12 • CARLY O’CONNELL

The Players Players

Coaching Staff

Season Outlook

CARLY O’CONNELL Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

12

Midfielder Sophomore Southborough, Mass. Algonquin Regional Undeclared

2013 (Freshman): Started every game in which she appeared (16)...second team All-MPSF selection...set the Oregon single game draw control record (10) on April 14 against Saint Mary’s...named MPSF Rookie of the Week on March 4 and again on April 8...finished second on the team in points (40) and assists (17)...ranked third in goals scored (23)...led the Ducks in ground balls (26) and draw controls (44)...her 44 draw controls ranks sixth on Oregon’s all-time single season charts...scored a career-high four goals en route to a career-best seven-point effort on April 7 against Cal...scored the game-winning goal with 4.8 seconds remaining and caused three turnovers against High Point on March 2...scored a goal in each of her first two collegiate games (2/23 vs. Dartmouth, 2/24 vs. Cincinnati); also dished out two assists against Cincinnati and scooped up three ground balls against Dartmouth...set a new career-high with six ground balls on March 24 at Marist...scored a goal and dished out a careerhigh five assists on March 26 at Connecticut. Before Oregon: An All American... won a total of nine varsity letters for Algonquin Regional High School in soccer (two letters), basketball (three letters) and lacrosse

(four letters)...played a key role in winning the Central Massachusetts Championships in both basketball and lacrosse...named Central Massachusetts All Star (2012) for lacrosse...earned Midland-Wachusett League All-Star MVP (2011-2012)...played for Revolution Lacrosse and coach Lukas Cash. Personal: Born Carly E. O’Connell in Boston, Mass., to parents Todd and Danielle O’Connell...Has one younger sister, Taylor. CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... 4 Assists................................................................... 5 Points.................................................................... 7 Ground Balls.......................................................... 6 Draw Controls........................................................ 10 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 4

vs. California at UConn vs. California at Marist vs. St. Mary’s at Marist

4/7/13 3/26/13 4/7/13 3/24/13 4/14/13 3/24/13

Career Overall Statistics YEAR 2013 TOTAL

GP 16 16

G 23 23

GPG 1.44 1.44

A 17 17

APG 1.06 1.06

PTS 40 40

PPG 2.50 2.50

SH 46 46

SH/G 2.88 2.88

SH% .500 .500

TO 21 21

TO/G 1.31 1.31

CT 16 16

CT/G 1.00 1.00

GB 26 26

GB/G 1.62 1.62

DC 44 44

DC/G 2.75 2.75

APG

PTS

PPG

SH SH/G SH% TO No postseason statistics available

TO/G

CT

CT/G

GB

GB/G

DC

DC/G

YEAR

GP

G

GPG

A

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ALISON SCHARKEY • 28

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

28

Defender Sophomore Yorba Linda, Calif. Esperanza Undeclared

Before Oregon: Played midfield for Esperanza High School tallying four letters in lacrosse...earned one letter in tennis...led the lacrosse team in most goals and assists (2012)...named to the First Team All-League (2010-2012)...member of the WPNT team (2011)...earned all-American status for lacrosse (2012)...played for Xteam under head coach Crista Samaras...Academic accolades include: two-time Academic All-American. Personal: Born Alison Ruth Scharkey...daughter of Brian and Cindy Scharkey...has two

sisters, Kristin and Tori. CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... N/A Assists................................................................... N/A Points.................................................................... N/A Ground Balls.......................................................... 3 Draw Controls........................................................ 2 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 2

N/A N/A N/A at Old Dominion vs. Dartmouth 4x last vs. California

N/A N/A N/A 3/30/13 2/23/13 4/7/13

YEAR 2013 TOTAL

GP 17 17

G 0 0

GPG 0.00 0.00

A 0 0

APG 0.00 0.00

PTS 0 0

PPG 0.00 0.00

SH 0 0

SH/G 0.00 0.00

SH% .000 .000

TO 9 9

TO/G 0.53 0.53

CT 9 9

CT/G 0.53 0.53

GB 13 13

GB/G 0.76 0.76

DC 4 4

DC/G 0.24 0.24

APG

PTS

PPG

SH SH/G SH% TO No postseason statistics available

TO/G

CT

CT/G

GB

GB/G

DC

DC/G

The Players Players

Career Overall Statistics

Coaching Staff

2013 (Freshman): Started all 17 games as a freshman...had 13 ground balls and nine caused turnovers...made her first collegiate start and appearance on Feb. 23 versus Dartmouth...picked up two draw controls in her collegiate debut...scooped up a career-high three ground balls and matched a career-best with two caused turnovers on March 30 at Old Dominion.

Season Outlook

ALISON SCHARKEY

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G

GPG

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1 • COURTNEY VALDEZ

Coaching Staff

Season Outlook

COURTNEY VALDEZ Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

1

Attacker Sophomore Orange County, Calif. Foothill Human Physiology

2013 (Freshman): Appeared in 13 games and made one start...finished the year with three goals and one assist...tallied an assist against Cincinnati (2/24) for her first career point...scored the first goal of her career on March 22 against San Diego State... picked up her first career ground ball on March 30 at Old Dominion. Before Oregon: A three sport athlete in high school playing soccer, basketball and lacrosse for Foothill High School...earned one letter as a goalkeeper in soccer...four time letter winner for lacrosse...awarded Freshman of the Year (2009)...named to second-team all-league (2009-2010)...honored as first-team all-county (2010)... played club lacrosse for Xteam under coach Crista Samara.

Personal: Born Courtney Rhee Valdez in Loma Linda, Calif....mother is Traci Valdez. CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... 1 Assists................................................................... 1 Points.................................................................... 1 Ground Balls.......................................................... 1 Draw Controls........................................................ 1 Caused Turnovers.................................................. 1

3x last at UC Davis vs. Cincinnati 4x last at UC Davis 2x last at Fresno St. 2x last vs. UC Davis at Fresno St.

4/21/13 2/24/13 4/21/13 4/10/13 4/21/13 4/10/13

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Career Overall Statistics YEAR 2013 TOTAL

GP 13 13

G 3 3

GPG 0.23 0.23

A 1 1

APG 0.08 0.08

PTS 4 4

PPG 0.31 0.31

SH 7 7

SH/G 0.54 0.54

SH% .429 .429

TO 5 5

TO/G 0.38 0.38

CT 1 1

CT/G 0.08 0.08

GB 2 2

GB/G 0.15 0.15

DC 2 2

DC/G 0.15 0.15

APG

PTS

PPG

SH SH/G SH% TO No postseason statistics available

TO/G

CT

CT/G

GB

GB/G

DC

DC/G

Career Postseason Statistics GP

G

GPG

A

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SAVANNA PETERS • 20

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

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Attacker Redshirt Freshman Stockton, Calif. Linden Spanish & Journalism Francille Peters...has two younger sisters, Theea and Reanna...majoring in Spanish and journalism.

Before Oregon: Graduated from Linden High School, earning three letters in basketball...single letter winner in soccer...earned First Team All-Defensive honors in basketball for three years...played club lacrosse for Daville Club and Bear Lax, helping lead both teams to multiple national tournament championships...academic achievement includes: valedictorian.

CAREER HIGHS Goals..................................................................... N/A Assists................................................................... 1 Points.................................................................... 1 Ground Balls.......................................................... 1 Draw Controls........................................................ N/A Caused Turnovers.................................................. N/A

Personal: Born Savanna Audrey Peters in Stockton, Calif. to parents Rodd and

N/A vs. Dartmouth vs. Dartmouth vs. Dartmouth N/A N/A

N/A 2/23/13 2/23/13 2/23/13 N/A N/A

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2013 (Redshirt season): Tallied the first assist and first ground ball of her career on Feb. 23 against Dartmouth.

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SAVANNA PETERS

Career Overall Statistics GP 1 1

G 0 0

GPG 0.00 0.00

A 1 1

APG 1.00 1.00

PTS 1 1

PPG 1.00 1.00

SH 1 1

SH/G 1.00 1.00

SH% .000 .000

TO 3 3

TO/G 3.00 3.00

CT 0 0

CT/G 0.00 0.00

GB 1 1

GB/G 1.00 1.00

DC 0 0

DC/G 0.00 0.00

APG

PTS

PPG

SH SH/G SH% TO No postseason statistics available

TO/G

CT

CT/G

GB

GB/G

DC

DC/G

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9 • Elizabeth Casertano / 8 • Lauren Drake

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

Before Oregon: An Academic All American and three time varsity lacrosse team captain...won four letters in lacrosse under head coach Jennifer Perestock at Shaler Area High School...awarded MVP three times...recipient of the US Navy Female Athlete Award...also played for Maryland United Lacrosse Club for coach Kyndel Quinones... accomplished both athletically and academically as a member of the National Honor Society and Junior Class President.

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Personal: Born in Pittsburgh, Pa. as Elizabeth Marie Casertano...daughter of Ronald and Frances Casertano...has two brothers, Ronald and Frank...majoring in political science.

LAUREN DRAKE Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

9

Defender Sophomore Allison Park, Pa. Shaler Area Political Science

2013 (Freshman): Did not play in 2013 for the Ducks.

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ELIZABETH CASERTANO

8

Midfielder Sophomore Westerville, Ohio Upper Arlington Undeclared

2013 (Freshman): Did not see action in 2013 for the Ducks.

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Before Oregon: Played four sports for Upper Arlington High School including soccer, cross country, field hockey and lacrosse...earned one letter in both cross country and field hockey...four time letter winner in lacrosse under head coach Kim Rocheleau... Also played for Midwestern Force Lacrosse Club under coach Wendy Pinta...awarded Rookie of the Year (2009)...member of the National Team -Great Lakes (2010)...named Second Team All-District (2011)...served as team captain (2011-2012).

Personal: Born in Columbus, Ohio...daughter of Pete and Cathy Drake...has one younger brother, Jared.

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JENNA MORRIS • 00 / NATALIE SIMPSON • 6

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

00

Goalkeeper Sophomore Phoenixville, Pa. Great Valley Environmental Science

Before Oregon: Earned four letters both in soccer and lacrosse as a goalie for Great Valley High School...named second-team all-league in lacrosse under head coach Joe Tornetta and first-team all-league in soccer...played for Mongoose Lacrosse Club out of Malvern, Pa....scholastic achievements include: Academic All American (2011-2012).

has one older brother, Trey...has one older sister, Chelsea...majoring in environmental science.

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2013 (Freshman): Did not play for the Ducks in 2013.

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JENNA MORRIS

Personal: Born Jenna C. Morris in Chicago, Ill....daughter of Chris and Wendy Morris...

Attacker Sophomore Carlsbad, Calif. Carlsbad Undeclared

2013: Did not see action for the Ducks in 2013.

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Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

6

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NATALIE SIMPSON

Simpson...has two sisters, Katie and Mandie.

Before Oregon: Played a lead role in both soccer and lacrosse for Carlsbad High School...earned one letter in cross country, two letters in soccer, and three letters in lacrosse...helped lead the Carlsbad women’s soccer team to win the CIF championship (2012)...awarded team MVP for lacrosse...named to the First and Second Team AllLeague...placed on the CIF Second Team...played club lacrosse for West Cast Starz. Personal: Born Natalie B. Simpson in San Diego, Calif....daughter of Stan and Julie History & Records

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18 • KATHRYN BLUMHARDT / 23 • KIKI GIBSON

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

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Personal: Parents are Mark and Karen Blumhardt...has an older brother Kevin and older sister Lauren...majoring in human physiology.

KIKI GIBSON Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

23

Midfielder Freshman Encinitas, Calif. La Costa Canyon Undeclared

Before Oregon: Was a three-sport letterman at La Costa Canyon High School in field hockey (1), soccer (2) and lacrosse (4)...guided the Mavericks to back-to-back California Interscholastic Federation-San Diego Section Division 1 championship and was named All-CIF first-team (2012-13)...also earned a pair of US Lacrosse’s Western Girls Lacrosse All-American accolades nods as well as a three-year academic all-American... Led LCCHS to two-consecutive Avocado League championships, going 16-0 in that stretch...played along sister Kara her senior year...recorded 39 goals in 24 games during her senior campaign while posting 45 goals with 17 assists her junior season... participated in the US Lacrosse All-American Tournament in Orlando, Fla....played club lacrosse with the West Coast Stars.

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Midfielder Freshman Parker, Colo. Regis Jesuit Human Physiology

Before Oregon: Led the Raiders to a 15-3 record her senior season and scored a pair of goals in the semi-final game at the state tournament...named first-team Aurora Sentinel All-City Girls Lacrosse Team in back-to-back years (2012-13)... compiled 58 goals in 34 games including a .500 shot percentage at Regis Jesuit HS...also named as an academic all-American, all-American honorable mention, and All-Colorado...led the Raiders in draw control and grown balls...also played field hockey and basketball for RGHS...played club lacrosse on Team 180 for Sam Bartron ...a National Honor Society recipient and graduated summa cum laude.

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KATHRYN BLUMHARDT

Personal: Parents are Kolby and Kate Gibson...has an older brother Kort and two sisters Kylee and Kara...brother Kort played football at the University of San Diego... undecided on a major.

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BECCA KATZEN • 17 / ANNIE LONGTAIN • 21

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

Midfielder Freshman Cockeysville, Md. Dulaney Human Physiology Personal: Born Rebecca C. Katzen to Brett and Lynn Katzen...has a younger brother Chad...undecided on a major...a member of the National Science Honor Society and the National Art Honor Society.

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Before Oregon: A graduate of West Linn High School and four-year letterman for head coach Megan Elston...guided her team to the 2013 state championship in her senior campaign, compiling a 17-1 record and 4-1 mark in league play...earned firstteam all-state selections as well as earning US Lacrosse All-American honorable mention and first-team all-league accolades...earned second-team all-conference honors after the Lions were runner-up in the state championships...as a sophomore, Longtain helped WLHS earn third-place at the state championships...played club lacrosse with Oregon Elite under Lauren Anderson.

Personal: Parents are Jeff and Lisa Longtain...has a couple older sisters Katie and Megan...majoring in human physiology.

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Midfielder Freshman West Linn, Ore. West Linn Human Physiology

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ANNIE LONGTAIN

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Before Oregon: Played under head coach Kristi Korrow earning two letters at Dulaney High School...helped guide the Lions to the Maryland State Championships (2012-13)...posted a .590 career-save percentage at DHS...played club lacrosse with the Skywalkers...earned MVP honors with the Skywalkers and won multiple tournaments in 2011.

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

17

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BECCA KATZEN

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77 • JAN PARKER / 14 • BELLA PYNE

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

14

Midfielder Freshman Edgewater, Md. South River Human Physiology

Before Oregon: The four-year letter man at South River High School led the Seahawks to their first state championship in 2010...tabbed First-Team All-County Capital and Coaches categories as well as All-Metro honorable selections her junior campaign...earned second-team All-Washington D.C. Metro honors and first-team All-County Coaches honors as a sophomore...played club lacrosse with the Chesapeake Club Lacrosse under Sue Chittum...was also a four-year letterman in swimming for the Seahawks earning all-county selections in 2013.

Personal: Born Isabella Nicole Pyne to Scott and Cindy Pyne...older sister Olivia is a junior on the lacrosse team and also has a younger brother William...father Scott played football at Muhlenberg College...majoring in human physiology and hopes to move on into the dental or medical field.

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Personal: Parents are Darryl and Kathleen Parker...two older sisters are Shannon and Kristin...undecided on major...enjoys snowboarding, ultimate Frisbee, hiking and boating.

BELLA PYNE Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

77

Goalkeeper Freshman Danvers, Mass. Williston Northampton School Undeclared

Before Oregon: Compiled an impressive resume at both Danvers High School (2008-11) and Williston Northampton School (2012-13)...was a four-year starter for the Falcons in lacrosse and ice hockey while competing volleyball and cross country as well...guided DHS to three Northeastern Conference Championships (2009-2011)... named NEC MVP during her sophomore and junior campaigns and selected to the Salem News First-Team All-Star team as a goalie from 2009-11...tabbed second-team Eastern Lower New England honors (2010) and Lower New England (2011) first-team honors as a goalie... was also a three-time team MVP at DHS...went undefeated in her final season at The Williston Northampton School (15-0)...played club lacrosse with Synergy.

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JANELLE PARKER

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ERIN SCHILMOELLER • 27 / RACHEL STEINBERG • 24

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

Midfielder Freshman Centennial, Colo. Regis Jesuit Undeclared Personal: Daughter of Terry and Janet Schilmoeller...has a younger sister Katie... undecided on major.

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Before Oregon: A three-year letterwinner in both lacrosse and field hockey at Severn School...played lacrosse under head coach Renee Sotiropoulos and Caroline Burke in field hockey...named to the Washington, D.C. Under Amour All-American team (2012)...also tabbed Maximum Exposure All-Star selection...was a member of the Chesapeake Club Lax Black team.

Personal: Born Rachel Lauren Steinberg...parents are Lawrence and Donna Steinberg...has an older sister Rebecca...was a member of the National Honor Art Society... undecided on major.

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Midfielder Freshman Millersville, Md. Severn School Undeclared

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RACHEL STEINBERG

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Before Oregon: A dual-sport athlete for Regis Jesuit High School earning letters in cross country and lacrosse all four years...guided the Riders to the semi-finals in the Colorado State Tournament senior year...a three-time All-Continental selection (2010-13) as well as a two-time academic all-American honoree...played alongside fellow freshman Duck Kathryn Blumhardt...competed with Team 180 Lax club team...a member of the National Honor Society and earned highest honors and first honors at RJHS.

Position: Year: Hometown: High School: Major:

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Season Outlook

ERIN SCHILMOELLER

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SEASON RECAP

2013 Schedule & Results (8-9, 3-5 MPSF)

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Feb 23 #12 DARTMOUTH............................ L, 8-7 (OT) Feb 24 CINCINNATI..........................................W, 16-5 Mar 2 HIGH POINT...........................................W, 7-6 Mar 4 VERMONT................................ W, 14-13 (3OT) Mar 8 DAVIDSON..............................................W, 7-6 Mar 16 #2 FLORIDA...........................................L, 13-5 Mar 22 SAN DIEGO STATE *.............................L, 12-10 Mar 24 at Marist.................................................L, 9-5 Mar 26 at Connecticut............................ L, 16-14 (OT) Mar 30 at Old Dominion..................................W, 10-9 Apr 4 USC *..................................................L, 12-10 PROPST PUTS TOGETHER HISTORIC SEASON Apr 7 CALIFORNIA *.....................................L, 14-10 Oregon attacker Shannon Propst had arguably the best individual season in Duck lacrosse history in 2013. Propst set Apr 10 at Fresno State *..................................W, 18-8 the single season points record (68), surpassing the previous mark of 64 set by Alex Breiner (2011) and Ilsa van den Apr 14 SAINT MARY’S *...................................W, 19-9 Berg (2008). Propst scored a team-high 29 goals and racked up a school-record 39 assists in 2013. She also tied the Apr 19 at #15 Stanford *..................................L, 15-8 school record with 4.00 points per game and set the school record with 2.29 assists per game. Propst enters the 2014 Apr 21 at UC Davis *........................................W, 15-8 season with 148 career points and is just 46 points away from breaking the record of 193 points, which van den Berg Apr 26 at #11 Denver *....................................L, 14-6 set from 2006-09. In addition, Propst enters her final season in Eugene with 70 career assists and is just eight shy of Kristina Barrett’s (2009-12) record of 78 career assists. 2013 All-MPSF Selections First Team THREE DUCKS TAKE HOME ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS Name Year Pos School Three members of the Oregon lacrosse team garnered All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation accolades, the confer- Elizabeth Datino Sr. A UC Davis ence announced on May 1, 2013. Freshman Carly O’Connell and juniors Shannon Propst and Caroline Federighi were Rachel Ozer Jr. A Stanford each named second team All-MPSF after all nine MPSF coaches cast their ballots earlier this week. Propst found Jill Remenapp So. A Denver herself on the MPSF second team for the second-straight season. The Bel Air, Md., native set Oregon single season Kara Secora Sr. A Denver records in points (68), assists (39), assists per game (2.29) and tied the school record for points per game (4.00) this Megan Takacs (POY) Sr. A California So. M California year. In addition, Propst’s 39 total assists ranked in a tie for 12th in the country and her 2.29 assists per game ranked Gaby Christman So. M Stanford in a tie for 15th nationally. Propst recorded seven points in a single game three times in 2013 (one shy of the school Hannah Farr M USC record) and was named MPSF Offensive Player of the Week on April 15, 2013. Propst started all 17 games for Oregon Amanda Johansen (ROY) Fr. Jr. M Stanford in 2013 and has appeared in every Duck lacrosse game since 2011. After taking home first team All-MPSF honors a Anna Kim Hannah Mirza Sr. M UC Davis year ago, Federighi was named to the second team after making 11 appearances and seven starts in goal for Oregon Kate Henrich Sr. D Denver in 2013. Federighi, a product of Pleasanton, Calif., made a career-high 16 saves on April 19, 2013 at No. 15 Stanford Megan Lerner Jr. D Stanford and finished the year with a 9.28 goals against average and .504 save percentage. On April 22, 2013, Federighi was Grace Parente Jr. D California named MPSF Defensive Player of the Week. In her first season with the Ducks, O’Connell ranked second on the team Courtney Tarleton Fr. D USC in total points (40) en route to picking up second team All-MPSF accolades. O’Connell was named MPSF Rookie of the Hannah Hook So. G Denver Week twice in 2013, first on March 4 and then again on April 8. On April 14, 2013, O’Connell racked up a school-record Megan McGinnis Jr. G California 10 draw controls in Oregon’s 19-9 win over Saint Mary’s. Her 44 draw controls (2.75 per game) ranked first on the team and 80th nationally. California’s Megan Takacs was named MPSF Player of the Year for the second consecutive Second Team Year Pos School season. USC’s Amanda Johansen was named the conference’s Rookie of the Year, while Liza Kelly of Denver took home Name Caroline de Lyra Fr. A USC Coach of the Year honors. Bailey Ewing So. A San Diego St. Shannon Propst Jr. A Oregon TEN DUCKS NAMED TO ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Melissa Humphrey Sr. A California Ten members of the Oregon lacrosse team earned All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation All-Academic honors as Mikayla Clark Sr. M Denver announced by the conference office on May 23, 2013. Bridget Morrison, the lone senior on the list, garnered her Amanda Cross Sr. M Saint Mary’s third-consecutive all-academic distinction. Juniors Caroline Federighi, Sami Kiser, Erika McCool, Hayley Milner, Shan- Lucy Dikeou Fr. M Stanford non Propst and Nikki Puszcz all tabbed their second-straight all-academic honors. Casey Brogan, Raleigh Cavey and Marcy Levatino Fr. M Fresno St. Devon Frazer all notched their first all-academic honors in their first eligible year as sophomores. In order to earn all- Carly O’Connell Fr. M Oregon academic honors, student-athletes must have completed one full academic year at the institution prior to the season Rachel Minarovich Jr. M Saint Mary’s Jr. M San Diego St. for which the award is being received, must at least be a sophomore academically, have a 3.00 or better cumulative Christina Ricciardulli Mary Doyle Fr. D UC Davis grade point average have must have competed in fifty percent or more of the institution’s competition. Jessica Gring Sr. D Denver Nina Swanson Jr. D Stanford HANDFUL OF DUCKS NAMED TO IWLCA HONOR ROLL Madison Wallace So. D San Diego St. Five Ducks earned the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association academic honor roll accolades as Caroline Federighi Jr. G Oregon announced on Aug., 19, 2013. The distinction was the second-straight honor for goalie Caroline Federighi and midfielder Shannon Propst. Midfielders Nikki Puszcz and Chelsea Randel along with defender Erika McCool each tabbed their first IWLCA academic honor roll honors.

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DUCKS FINISH 2013 CAMPAIGN WITH EIGHT WINS After capturing the 2012 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation regular season and tournament titles, Oregon shot quickly out of the gates in 2013, winning four out of its first five games to start the season. The Ducks’ 7-6 victory over Davidson on March 8, 2013 marked their fourth-straight victory after losing the season-opener to No. 12 Dartmouth. They were 4-1 overall at the time. But a 13-5 loss at home to No. 2 Florida and a tough 12-10 loss to San Diego State to open the MPSF season in Eugene put Oregon in a difficult position entering its first road trip of the year. On the road trip, which featured three games from March 24-30, the Ducks lost the first two at Marist and Connecticut before salvaging the finale at Old Dominion on March 30. The Ducks then went 2-2 over their next four games (all of which were conference games) to push their record to 7-7 overall and 2-3 in MPSF play. Oregon was eliminated from MPSF Tournament contention after a 15-8 loss at No. 15 Stanford on April 19 but beat UC Davis on April 21 before falling at No. 11 Denver to finish the season at 8-9 overall and 3-5 in conference play.


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STATISTICS 2013 Team Game-By-Game Statistics DATE Feb 23 Feb 24 Mar 2 Mar 4 Mar 8 Mar 16 Mar 22 Mar 24 Mar 26 Mar 30 Apr 4 Apr 7 Apr 10 Apr 14 Apr 19 Apr 21 Apr 26

OPPONENT DARTMOUTH CINCINNATI HIGH POINT VERMONT DAVIDSON FLORIDA SAN DIEGO STATE * at Marist at Connecticut at Old Dominion USC * CALIFORNIA * at Fresno State * SAINT MARY’S * at Stanford * at UC Davis * at Denver *

RES L, 8-7 (OT) W, 16-5 W, 7-6 W, 14-13 (3OT) W, 7-6 L, 13-5 L, 12-10 L, 9-5 L, 16-14 (OT) W, 10-9 L, 12-10 L, 14-10 W, 18-8 W, 19-9 L, 15-8 W, 15-8 L, 14-6

G 7 16 7 14 7 5 10 5 14 10 10 10 18 19 8 15 6

A 5 9 5 6 4 4 5 1 9 7 5 7 5 9 6 9 0

PTS 12 25 12 20 11 9 15 6 23 17 15 17 23 28 14 24 6

SH SHPCT SOG SOGPCT FPG-FPS GB DC TO 20 .350 13 .650 0-4 15 7 11 38 .421 29 .763 1-2 21 15 16 17 .412 13 .765 0-1 12 7 12 37 .378 26 .703 4-12 16 15 15 19 .368 17 .895 0-2 14 4 6 15 .333 11 .733 0-2 10 10 12 25 .400 20 .800 2-4 15 11 11 18 .278 13 .722 2-3 16 6 13 28 .500 22 .786 3-6 11 16 16 24 .417 20 .833 0-8 17 9 16 19 .526 15 .789 3-4 4 11 5 25 .400 21 .840 2-5 8 11 10 28 .643 25 .893 0-0 17 20 15 31 .613 24 .774 3-8 10 22 19 14 .571 14 1.000 1-1 6 11 26 25 .600 19 .760 2-3 15 13 14 22 .273 20 .909 3-8 15 10 19

TOTAL.....................................................................181 96 277 405 OPPONENTS............................................................177 69 246 400

.447 .442

322 310

.795 .775

26-73 38-73

CT 6 15 10 11 6 6 10 8 8 12 3 10 10 8 4 6 11

HIGH SCORER Puszcz/Kiser (2) Cathell (4) Puszcz/Propst/O’Connell (2) Cathell/Puszcz/Frazer (3) Cathell (3) Propst (2) Kiser (3) O’Connell (2) Milner (5) Cathell (2) Milner (5) O’Connell (4) Propst (5) Milner (4) Cathell/Puszcz (2) Puszcz/Propst/Cathell/O’Connell (3) Propst/Cathell (2)

222 198 236 144 260 199 244 133

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2013 Individual Overall Statistics No. 36 12 17 7 13 4 32 16 3 14 18 1 11 41 20 15 59 30 28 25 19 10 5 2

Name Shannon Propst Carly O’Connell Kate Cathell Nikki Puszcz Hayley Milner Sami Kiser Devon Frazer Casey Brogan Olivia Pyne Ashley Inman Maggie Kovacs Courtney Valdez Holly Johnson Bridget Morrison Savanna Peters Chelsea Randel Salliebeth Finnegan Caroline Federighi Alison Scharkey Dominique Christiansen Erika McCool Raleigh Cavey Jackie Moccia Katie Marlatt

A PTS 39 68 17 40 9 35 8 34 3 28 2 19 2 15 5 10 1 8 5 8 3 5 1 4 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SH 57 46 45 57 65 34 30 31 16 4 6 7 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOTAL...................................................................181 96 277 OPPONENTS..........................................................177 69 246

405 400

No. Name GP-GS Minutes 30 Caroline Federighi 11-7 426:43 59 Salliebeth Finnegan 15-10 617:17 Total......................................................................1044:00 Opponents............................................................1044:00

GAA SV 9.28 67 10.79 66 10.17 133 10.40 141

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GP-GS 17-17 16-16 13-13 17-17 17-15 17-16 17-3 16-14 17-4 6-1 7-3 13-1 11-0 17-17 1-0 8-0 15-10 11-7 17-17 2-0 17-17 17-16 13-0 4-0

G 29 23 26 26 25 17 13 5 7 3 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GA 66 111 177 181

SHPCT SOG .509 45 .500 36 .578 36 .456 45 .385 57 .500 25 .433 24 .161 23 .438 15 .750 3 .333 3 .429 5 .250 3 1.000 1 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .447 .442

322 310

SOGPCT .789 .783 .800 .789 .877 .735 .800 .742 .938 .750 .500 .714 .750 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FPG-FPS 2-4 4-8 4-7 7-18 6-18 2-3 1-5 0-5 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

.795 .775

26-73 38-73

GB 15 26 4 25 12 9 8 5 5 2 0 2 6 23 1 3 21 11 13 0 16 4 11 0

DC 19 44 0 39 11 2 15 30 10 0 0 2 4 4 0 2 0 0 4 2 1 5 3 1

TO 27 21 19 21 15 16 13 19 12 2 4 5 3 9 3 0 5 2 9 1 12 9 7 1

CT FLS RC YC 1 9 0 4 16 33 0 3 7 7 0 0 19 22 0 1 7 23 0 3 9 5 0 3 5 17 0 2 11 35 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 10 26 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 3 0 1 8 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 8 11 0 0 1 0 0 0 15 39 0 5 8 15 0 0 2 13 0 1 0 0 0 0

222 198 236 144 274 260 199 244 133 316

1 28 0 29

PCT. FACED .504 176 .373 224 .429 400 .438 405

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Name Shannon Propst Carly O’Connell Hayley Milner Nikki Puszcz Sami Kiser Kate Cathell Ashley Inman Devon Frazer Casey Brogan Olivia Pyne Courtney Valdez Holly Johnson Maggie Kovacs Salliebeth Finnegan Bridget Morrison Caroline Federighi Alison Scharkey Erika McCool Chelsea Randel Raleigh Cavey Jackie Moccia Katie Marlatt

GP-GS 8-8 8-8 8-6 8-8 8-8 4-4 5-1 8-1 8-8 8-3 7-0 5-0 3-1 7-4 8-8 8-4 8-8 8-8 4-0 8-8 8-0 2-0

G 15 13 17 15 11 8 3 5 2 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A PTS 23 38 7 20 2 19 3 18 1 12 0 8 5 8 1 6 3 5 0 3 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SH 26 24 32 26 20 14 4 14 9 9 6 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOTAL....................................................................96 OPPONENTS...........................................................92

46 142 36 128

189 218

GA 56 36 92 96

GAA 10.25 14.18 11.50 12.00

.508 .422 SV 60 19 79 62

158 171

SOGPCT .885 .833 .938 .885 .750 .786 .750 .786 .778 .889 .667 1.000 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FPG-FPS 1-1 3-5 5-8 4-7 1-2 2-3 0-0 0-3 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

.836 .784

16-33 17-38

GB 3 9 5 13 4 1 2 3 0 3 1 3 0 4 8 8 6 7 2 1 7 0

DC 13 26 9 16 1 0 0 11 13 7 2 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 2 3 0

TO 17 15 6 8 8 4 2 6 7 7 1 2 3 1 4 2 5 8 0 6 5 1

CT FLS RC YC 0 5 0 0 6 20 0 0 4 15 0 2 9 10 0 0 6 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 10 0 0 2 24 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 14 0 1 4 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 10 19 0 2 3 1 0 1 3 4 0 0 2 9 0 0 0 0 0 0

90 109 119 62 151 131 93 106 74 174

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No. Name GP-GS Minutes 30 Caroline Federighi 8-4 327:43 59 Salliebeth Finnegan 7-4 152:17 Total.......................................................................480:00 Opponents.............................................................480:00

SHPCT SOG .577 23 .542 20 .531 30 .577 23 .550 15 .571 11 .750 3 .357 11 .222 7 .333 8 .500 4 .500 2 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0

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No. 36 12 13 7 4 17 14 32 16 3 1 11 18 59 41 30 28 19 15 10 5 2

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2013 Individual Conference Statistics

PCT. FACED .517 153 .345 65 .462 218 .392 189

2013 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Summary OVERALL HOME AWAY 8-0 8-2 6-2 5-4 4-3 5-3 4-5 4-4 5-5 3-4 3-3 3-6 4-4 3-4 4-2 0-7 0-5 1-6

NEUT 2-1 3-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-2

NCAA TOURNAMENT RESULTS First Round (May 10) Denver 14, Jacksonville 7 (in Gainesville, Fla.) Stanford 8, Notre Dame 7 (in Evanston, Ill.)

Championship (May 4) #2 Stanford 7, #1 Denver 6

Second Round (May 12) #5 Florida 16, Denver 5 (in Gainesville, Fla.) #2 Northwestern 15, Stanford 8 (in Evanston, Ill.)

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MPSF TOURNAMENT RESULTS (in Eugene, Ore.) Semifinals (May 2) #1 Denver 17, #4 USC 11 #2 Stanford 16, #3 California 6

STREAK L1 L1 L3 L1 L1 W1 L4 L1 L6

Season In Review Review

REGULAR SEASON MPSF PL School W L PCT HOME AWAY W L PCT 1. Denver * 8 0 1.000 4-0 4-0 18 3 .857 2. Stanford % 6 2 .750 4-0 2-2 14 6 .700 2. California 6 2 .750 2-2 4-0 9 7 .563 4. USC 5 3 .625 2-2 3-1 8 10 .444 5. Oregon 3 5 .375 1-3 2-2 8 9 .471 5. UC Davis 3 5 .375 2-2 1-3 6 9 .400 5. San Diego State 3 5 .375 1-3 2-2 8 8 .500 8. Saint Mary’s 2 6 .250 2-2 0-4 4 9 .308 9. Fresno State 0 8 .000 0-4 0-4 2 13 .133 * Received NCAA Tournament At-Large Bid % Won MPSF Tournament, Received NCAA Tournament Automatic Bid

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Review Season In Review

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CATEGORY LEADERS Points

Player Shannon Propst Carly O’Connell Kate Cathell Nikki Puszcz Hayley Milner Sami Kiser Devon Frazer Casey Brogan Olivia Pyne Ashley Inman

Goals

Player Shannon Propst Kate Cathell Nikki Puszcz Hayley Milner Carly O’Connell Sami Kiser Devon Frazer Olivia Pyne Casey Brogan Courtney Valdez

Assists

Player Shannon Propst Carly O’Connell Kate Cathell Nikki Puszcz Ashley Inman Casey Brogan Hayley Milner Maggie Kovacs Devon Frazer Sami Kiser

Ground Balls

Player Carly O’Connell Nikki Puszcz Bridget Morrison Salliebeth Finnegan Erika McCool Shannon Propst Alison Scharkey Hayley Milner Jackie Moccia Caroline Federighi

GP 17 16 13 17 17 17 17 16 17 6

G 29 23 26 26 25 17 13 5 7 3

A 39 17 9 8 3 2 2 5 1 5

PTS 68 40 35 34 28 19 15 10 8 8

SH 57 46 45 57 65 34 30 31 16 4

Shots

Player Hayley Milner Shannon Propst Nikki Puszcz Carly O’Connell Kate Cathell Sami Kiser Casey Brogan Devon Frazer OIivia Pyne

Shot Percentage GP 17 13 17 17 16 17 17 17 16 13

G 29 26 26 25 23 17 13 7 5 3

A 39 9 8 3 17 2 2 1 5 1

PTS 68 35 34 28 40 19 15 8 10 4

SH 57 45 57 65 46 34 30 16 31 7

GP 17 16 13 17 6 16 17 7 17 17

G 29 23 26 26 3 5 25 2 13 17

A 39 17 9 8 5 5 3 3 2 2

PTS 68 40 35 34 8 10 28 5 15 19

SH 57 46 45 57 4 31 65 6 30 34

GP 16 17 17 15 17 17 17 17 13 12

GB 26 25 23 21 16 15 13 12 11 11

Player Kate Cathell Shannon Propst Carly O’Connell Sami Kiser Nikki Puszcz Olivia Pyne Devon Frazer

Shots On Goal Player Hayley Milner Shannon Propst Nikki Puszcz Carly O’Connell Kate Cathell Sami Kiser Devon Frazer Casey Brogan Olivia Pyne

Draw Controls Player Carly O’Connell Nikki Puszcz Casey Brogan Shannon Propst Devon Frazer Hayley Milner

Caused Turnovers Player Nikki Puszcz Carly O’Connell Erika McCool Casey Brogan Bridget Morrison Sami Kiser

GP 17 17 17 16 13 17 16 17 17

G 25 29 26 23 26 17 5 13 7

A 3 39 8 17 9 2 5 2 1

SH 65 57 57 46 45 34 31 30 16

SHOT% .385 .509 .456 .500 .578 .500 .161 .433 .438

GP 13 17 16 17 17 17 17

G 26 29 23 17 26 7 13

A 9 39 17 2 8 1 2

SH 45 57 46 34 57 16 30

SHOT% .578 .509 .500 .500 .456 .438 .433

GP 17 17 17 16 13 17 17 16 17

G 25 29 26 23 26 17 13 5 7

A 3 39 8 17 9 2 2 5 1

SH 65 57 57 46 45 34 30 31 16

GP 16 17 16 17 17 17

DC 44 39 30 19 15 11

GP 17 16 17 16 17 17

CT 19 16 15 11 10 9

SOG 57 45 45 36 36 25 24 23 15

SOG% .877 .789 .789 .783 .800 .735 .800 .742 .938

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RESULTS

SCORE BY PERIOD 1 Dartmouth................................................... 2 Oregon......................................................... 2

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Game 2 • Feb. 24, 2013 • Eugene, Ore. Oregon 16, Cincinnati 5 F 8 7

SCORE BY PERIOD 1 Cincinnati.............................................................. 2 Oregon.................................................................. 8

2 3 8

Game 3 • March 2, 2013 • Eugene, Ore. Oregon 7, High Point 6 F 5 16

SCORE BY PERIOD 1 High Point................................................................3 Oregon.....................................................................1

2 3 6

High Point SCORING: GOALS: CARROLL, Mackenzie 2; KUHLMAN, Sara 1; PERRY, Alec 1; DOUGHERTY, Christie 1; JORDAN, Jasmine 1. ASSISTS: GAENG, Grace 2; KUHLMAN, Sara 1.

Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Nikki Puszcz 2; Sami Kiser 2; Shannon Propst 1; Carly O’Connell 1; Devon Frazer 1. ASSISTS: Shannon Propst 2; Nikki Puszcz 2; Savanna Peters 1.

Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Kate Cathell 4; Shannon Propst 3; Maggie Kovacs 2; Devon Frazer 2; Carly O’Connell 1; Casey Brogan 1; Hayley Milner 1; Sami Kiser 1; Olivia Pyne 1. ASSISTS: Kate Cathell 2; Maggie Kovacs 2; Carly O’Connell 2; Devon Frazer 1; Shannon Propst 1; Courtney Valdez 1.

Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Nikki Puszcz 2; Shannon Propst 2; Carly O’Connell 2; Kate Cathell 1. ASSISTS: Shannon Propst 2; Nikki Puszcz 2; Kate Cathell 1.

Attendance: 278

Attendance: 360

Attendance: 270

Duration: 2:05

RECAP: Freshman Carly O’Connell scored a goal with 4.8 seconds left to break a 6-6 tie and send Oregon to a thrilling 7-6 victory over High Point at Papé Field. With under a minute to play and the Ducks with possession, Oregon decided to milk the clock and hold the ball for a final shot. As the clock approached the 10-second mark, junior Nikki Puszcz delivered a pass to O’Connell about 12 yards from the goal. O’Connell then juked two defenders and moved her way into the center, where she sent a shot from point-blank range past High Point goalie Anna Wallingford. For O’Connell, the game-winning goal was her second of the night and fourth of the season. Oregon fell into a 2-0 hole to start the match. With 14:24 to go in the first, Puszcz finally got the Ducks on the board after receiving a pass from Shannon Propst. But High Point got the goal back just seven minutes later courtesy of Jasmine Jordan. The Panthers carried their 3-1 lead into the break. In the second, the Ducks scored the first two goals of the half to tie it up. The first came from Kate Cathell just under five minutes into the half and Propst picked up her fifth goal of the season two minutes later for the second. After the two teams exchanged a pair of goals, Oregon was finally able to take the lead when Puszcz buried her second goal of the game with 13:03 remaining. At that point, the Ducks led 6-5. High Point’s Alec Perry knocked home a shot with 5:23 left to tie the game for the fourth time (6-6), however. The game stayed tied at six until the Ducks were able to gain possession with 4:20 to go when Erika McCool scooped up her third ground ball of the evening. Oregon kept possession of the ball to set up O’Connell’s late heroics with five seconds to play. Salliebeth Finnegan recorded her first win of the season, making three saves in 57 minutes of action. Puszcz, O’Connell and Propst each posted two goals; Puszcz and Propst both finished with two assists. McCool’s three ground balls led all players and Raleigh Cavey, O’Connell, and Casey Brogan each grabbed two as well. Brogan and Puszcz paced the Ducks in the draw control category with three. Oregon took five more shots than High Point (17-12) and won the ground ball battle, 12-11. The Ducks committed just 12 turnovers; the Panthers committed 17.

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RECAP: The Oregon Ducks scored three goals within the first five minutes against Cincinnati and never looked back, cruising past the Bearcats, 16-5, at Papé Field. Oregon senior Kate Cathell scored a career-high four goals to lead the Ducks and junior Shannon Propst tied a career-high with three. In addition, Cathell posted two assists to tie her career-best and sophomore Devon Frazer punched home two goals for the second time in her career. After Oregon raced out to a 3-0 lead, senior Maggie Kovacs scored back-to-back goals to put the Ducks ahead, 5-0. Cincinnati cut the lead to 5-1 moments later but a 3-0 run sparked by a Casey Brogan goal and two Cathell scores put the Ducks in the driver’s seat with an 8-1 lead. Oregon carried an 8-2 lead into the break. Cincinnati’s Marissa Pierson brought the Bearcats within five when she converted a man-up goal with 21:19 remaining, but another 3-0 blitz by the Ducks put the match out of reach. Frazer scored the first of the three goals with 19:08 left and freshman Carly O’Connell and Hayley Milner followed with back-to-back goals at the 18:13 and 17:37 marks to give Oregon an 11-3 edge. The Ducks out-scored the Bearcats 5-2 over the final 17 minutes to seal their first win of the season. Also netting goals for the Ducks were junior Sami Kiser and sophomore Olivia Pyne. Oregon junior goalie Caroline Federighi made two saves in the first half en route to her first win of the season. Senior stopper Salliebeth Finnegan made two saves in the second. Oregon out-shot Cincinnati 38-10. Twenty-nine of the 38 shots were on-goal. The last time the Ducks took at least 30 shots in a match was on April 6, 2012 against Fresno State. In addition, the Ducks won the draw control battle, 15-8, and committed 16 turnovers to Cincinnati’s 25.

Duration: 1:43

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RECAP: Liz Calby’s goal with 1:03 left in the second overtime period lifted No. 12 Dartmouth to a dramatic 8-7 victory over Oregon at a rainy Papé Field. Oregon juniors Nikki Puszcz and Sami Kiser each scored two goals to pace the Ducks; Puszcz and Shannon Propst finished the match with two assists. Puszcz got the scoring started just under three minutes into the match by capitalizing on a pass from Propst. The man-up goal was Puszcz’s 56th of her career and second all-time against Dartmouth. But the Big Green responded with two Hana Bowers goals over the next six minutes to take a 2-1 lead. Then, with 17:31 remaining in the half, Propst evened the score at two with a shot from point-blank range. Propst’s first goal of the season was the last of the half for either team. Oregon came out hot after the break and scored the first two goals of the half in less than seven minutes to grab a 4-2 advantage. Sophomore Devon Frazer scored the Ducks’ third goal of the match from the right wing and Kiser took a pass from Savanna Peters to put the Ducks up two. After the Ducks and Big Green exchanged goals, Dartmouth cut the Oregon lead to one (5-4) with 15:09 left thanks to Jaclyn Leto. The Big Green would tie the match at five just moments later when Bowers scored her third goal of the match with 14:17 to go. Then, Liz Calby gave the Big Green their first lead, 6-5, since the 21:55 mark in the first half with a free position shot at the 13:21 mark. But the Ducks battled back to score two unanswered goals to take a 7-6 lead. The first of the two saw Puszcz’s second of the afternoon; the second came at the 10:33 mark and featured freshman Carly O’Connell’s first career goal. With 9:08 remaining, Dartmouth evened the score at 7-7 when Frances Bird converted a shot from just inside the circle. Neither team manufactured a goal for the rest of regulation and the match went into overtime. In the first half of the overtime period, only Puszcz could get off a shot for the Ducks - it came with eight seconds left and was saved by Dartmouth goalie Kristen Giovanniello. The match remained tied at seven heading into the second overtime frame. In the second three minutes, Puszcz was awarded possession of the ball in the opening draw control but Dartmouth’s Lindsey Allard forced and Oregon turnover to get the ball back for the Big Green. They would melt the clock down to just over a minute left. Calby then took a pass from Bowers with 1:03 to go an rifled a shot into the net to give Dartmouth an 8-7 lead that it would not relinquish. Oregon out-shot the Big Green 20-19 but fell in the draw control category, 12-7. Duck goalie Caroline Federighi made five saves and picked up three ground balls, which tied for the team-high with O’Connell. Dartmouth was able to convert two out of its six free position attempts while Oregon went 0-for-4. The Ducks finished with 15 ground balls; Dartmouth managed to scoop up 13. The Ducks committed 11 turnovers to Dartmouth’s 13.

Duration: 1:43

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Cincinnati SCORING: GOALS: RAMSLAND, Kylie 2; HELMRATH, Ashley 1; PIERSON, Marissa 1; BELL, Megan 1. ASSISTS: HELMRATH, Ashley 1; YOUNG, Taylor 1.

Dartmouth SCORING: GOALS: Bowers, Hana 3; Calby, Liz 2; Allard, Lindsey 1; Leto, Jaclyn 1; Bird, Frances 1. ASSISTS: Bowers, Hana 1; Byrne, Sarah 1; Calby, Liz 1; Clayton, Ellie 1; Johnson, Kelsey 1.

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Game 1 • Feb. 23, 2013 • Eugene, Ore. #12 Dartmouth 8, Oregon 7 (OT)

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RESULTS Game 4 • March 4, 2013 • Eugene, Ore. Oregon 14, Vermont 13 (3OT) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 Vermont............................. 7 Oregon............................... 6

2 5 6

OT 1 1

OT2 OT3 0 0 0 1

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Vermont SCORING: GOALS: Mas, Sydney 5; Roach, Jessica 2; Gallerani, Samantha 2; Kelly, Emma 1; Estey, Erica 1; Nicholas, Ariel 1; Marino, Marcie 1. ASSISTS: Roach, Jessica 2; Kelly, Emma 1; VanderZalm, Vanessa 1. Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Kate Cathell 3; Nikki Puszcz 3; Devon Frazer 3; Carly O’Connell 2; Shannon Propst 1; Olivia Pyne 1; Bridget Morrison 1. ASSISTS: Kate Cathell 3; Shannon Propst 2; Sami Kiser 1. Attendance: 240

Duration: 2:15

RECAP: For the second straight game, freshman Carly O’Connell delivered in the game’s waning moments for the Oregon Ducks. This time, it came in the second half of the first overtime period. With the Ducks trailing Vermont, 13-12, O’Connell rebounded a shot by Kate Cathell that hit the post and rifled it into the goal to send the game into sudden victory. The teams played to a draw through the first three minutes of the golden-goal period. But finally, with 1:47 on the clock, junior Nikki Puszcz drew a foul on Vermont’s Vanessa VanderZalm to set up a freeposition attempt angled off to the left of the net. Puszcz capitalized on the opportunity by sending a shot past goalie Charlotte Lyons to secure a dramatic 14-13 triple-overtime win for Oregon. In a game that featured 10 ties and six lead changes, the visiting Catamounts scored the first two goals of the match and carried a 7-6 lead into the break. Devon Frazer and senior Cathell each scored two goals for the Ducks in the first. Oregon, which led by no more than one goal the entire night, gave up a goal to Vermont’s Marcie Marino to start the second half but rattled off the next two thanks to goals by O’Connell and Frazer. Then, with the game knotted at nine, the Ducks were able to take their first lead of the game since the 4:43 mark of the first half when Puszcz scored her second goal of the game with 22:02 remaining. The match continued with its back-and-forth theme, and with the score tied at 11, senior Bridget Morrison, a defender, forced a Lyons turnover, scooped up the ground ball, and floated a 35-yard shot into the net to give the Ducks a 12-11 advantage. For Morrison, the goal was the second of her career and first since her freshman campaign in 2010. But the resilient Catamounts refused to go away. With 7:02 to go, Sydney Mas scored her fifth goal of the game to tie it up, 12-12. The 12-12 score held over the final seven minutes and the game went into overtime. In the first half of the overtime period, Jessica Roach scored for the Catamounts to give her team a one-goal edge. Vermont won both draw controls of the overtime’s first half and Oregon went into the second trailing, 13-12. O’Connell won the opening draw control for the Ducks to give them possession. On its first attempt to score, Frazer missed a shot high but Shannon Propst scooped up the ground ball to give O’Connell an opportunity from five yards out. O’Connell fired a shot but it was saved by Lyons. After a Vermont clear, Roach fired a shot that was saved by Oregon’s Salliebeth Finnegan with 45 seconds remaining. The Ducks would call a timeout to set up one final play. Out of the timeout, O’Connell sent a shot wide of the net with 21 seconds remaining but the shot was backed up by Propst to keep the ball with Oregon. This set the stage for O’Connell, who rebounded the shot from Cathell and then scored with seven seconds to play. After a scoreless first sudden-victory period, Puszcz capitalized on the free-position shot to win it in the second. The Ducks out-shot the Catamounts, 37-25, but lost the draw control battle, 17-15. Oregon committed 15 turnovers to Vermont’s 16 and Finnegan finished the game with five saves. Oregon grabbed 16 ground balls as a team Puszcz, Cathell and Frazer each recorded a hat-trick and Propst led the way with two assists. Morrison and Finnegan each scooped up four ground balls to lead the Ducks, O’Connell finished with a team-high five draw controls and Puszcz caused three Vermont turnovers.

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SCORE BY PERIOD 1 Davidson..................................................................4 Oregon.....................................................................5

2 2 2

Game 6 • March 16, 2013 • Eugene, Ore. #2 Florida 13, Oregon 5 F 6 7

Davidson SCORING: GOALS: Ann Fucigna 3; Alanna Parker 1; Mary Leonard 1; Lindsay Cooper 1. ASSISTS: Emily Cooke 2; Emily Rademacher 1. Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Kate Cathell 3; Devon Frazer 2; Sami Kiser 2. ASSISTS: Shannon Propst 3; Hayley Milner 1.

Attendance: 374

Duration: 1:37

RECAP: Oregon’s Sami Kiser scored a goal with 11:14 left to break a 6-6 tie and the Duck defense held off a feisty Davidson offense the rest of the way to preserve Oregon’s fourth-straight victory, 7-6. Davidson’s Ana Fucigna scored the first goal of the game just over three minutes in to give the Wildcats their first and only lead of the game. Oregon would go on to rattle off the next five goals to grab a 5-1 advantage. Senior Kate Cathell and sophomore Devon Frazer each scored two of the five goals and Kiser added the other. But the relentless Wildcats were able to cut into the Oregon lead by scoring three consecutive goals of their own. The Ducks carried a 5-4 lead into the break. In the second, Lindsay Cooper scored a goal for the Wildcats to even the score at five with 22:16 remaining but Cathell responded with her third goal of the night and 11th of the season at the 17:44 mark. For Cathell, it marked the third game of the year where she scored at least three goals. With 15 minutes to go, Alanna Parker knotted the score at six with an unassisted goal, but Kiser’s second goal of the day off of Shannon Propst’s third assist with 11:14 left put the Ducks up for good. Cathell, Frazer and Kiser were Oregon’s only goal-scorers. Propst’s assist total accounted for three out of the four Duck assists. Hayley Milner had the other. Oregon goalie Salliebeth Finnegan (3-0) picked up her third-straight win in goal and made a season-high nine saves in the Duck triumph. Milner, who also caused two turnovers, and senior Bridget Morrison led the Ducks in the ground ball category (three each). The Ducks out-shot the Wildcats 19-18 and won the ground ball battle, 14-7. Davidson, however, won 11 out of the match’s 15 draw controls.

SCORE BY PERIOD 1 Florida....................................................................9 Oregon...................................................................3

2 4 2

F 13 5

Florida SCORING: GOALS: Wiegand, Gabi 4; Dashiell, Brittany 3; Gilroy, Shannon 2; Bruns, Ashley 2; Chesterman, Caroline 1; Cullen, Kitty 1. ASSISTS: Chesterman, Caroline 2; Cullen, Kitty 1; Dashiell, Brittany 1; Gilroy, Shannon 1; Graziano, Nicole 1. Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Shannon Propst 2; Nikki Puszcz 1; Casey Brogan 1; Kate Cathell 1. ASSISTS: Casey Brogan 1; Carly O’Connell 1; Shannon Propst 1; Nikki Puszcz 1. Attendance: 371

Duration: 1:42

RECAP: The second-ranked Florida Gators snapped Oregon’s fourgame winning streak with a 13-5 victory in Eugene. Florida started the game off hot, scoring two goals in under five minutes. But with 21:27 to play in the opening half, Oregon’s Casey Brogan got the Ducks on the board with her second goal of the year. However, the Gators would go on a 4-0 run to take a commanding 6-1 lead with 15:09 to go in the first. Each of Florida’s goals during the run were scored by a different player. Shannon Propst and Nikki Puszcz helped the Ducks crawl back into the game over the next four minutes, though. At the 14:18 mark, Propst scored her eighth goal of the year off a pass from Puszcz and then returned the favor by dishing the ball off to Puszcz for a goal with 10:51 remaining in the half. Puszcz’s eighth goal of the year made it a 6-3 game. But Florida regrouped after Puszcz’s goal and went on to score the next three goals thanks to Gabi Wiegand, Ashley Bruns and Brittany Dashiell, who posted a hat-trick in the first half, to take a 9-3 lead heading into halftime. In the second half, Oregon used patient possessions to cut the Gator lead to five, 9-4, when Propst scored an unassisted goal at the 21:41 mark. The Ducks could not pull within five the rest of the way. After a 10-minute scoring drought, Florida’s Caroline Chesterman and Shannon Gilroy scored goals with 10:31 and 6:53 remaining, respectively, to put the game out of reach. Oregon senior Kate Cathell scored the Ducks’ final goal of the match at the 4:35 mark. Florida out-shot the Ducks 29-15 and won the draw control battle, 12-8. Oregon goalie Salliebeth Finnegan made eight saves and scooped up a game-high three ground balls. Propst finished the day with two goals and one assist. Her three points gave her 100 for her career and moved her past Alison Leiner for 10th on Oregon’s all-time points list. The Ducks will have six days off before their next game on March 22 when they host San Diego State in the first Mountain Pacific Sports Federation game of the year. The game is the first of four in just eight days for Oregon and is the final leg of a seven-game homestand to start the year.

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SCORE BY PERIOD 1 San Diego State..................................................... 4 Oregon.................................................................. 5

2 8 5

Game 8 • March 24, 2013 • Poughkeepskie, N.Y. Marist 9, Oregon 5 F 12 10

San Diego State SCORING: GOALS: Walsh, Meris 4; Ricciardulli, Christ 3; Koubek, Sophie 2; Ewing, Bailey 1; Artuso, Felice 1; Korandovich, Grace 1. ASSISTS: Jarvis, Michaela 4; Ewing, Bailey 1. Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Sami Kiser 3; Hayley Milner 2; Nikki Puszcz 2; Carly O’Connell 1; Kate Cathell 1; Courtney Valdez 1. ASSISTS: Shannon Propst 3; Maggie Kovacs 1; Carly O’Connell 1. Duration: 1:52

Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Carly O’Connell 2; Shannon Propst 1; Kate Cathell 1; Olivia Pyne 1. ASSISTS: Shannon Propst 1. Marist SCORING: GOALS: Tuck, Amanda 3; Miller, Ashley 2; Brannigan, Lexi 1; Viscount, Kirsten 1; Romano, Jamie 1; Gionta, Allison 1. ASSISTS: Larson, Tierney 2; Brannigan, Lexi 1.

Attendance: 330

Duration: 1:47

RECAP: The Oregon Ducks lost a 9-5 match to Marist in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. For the Ducks (4-4), it was their third consecutive loss. Marist improved to 3-7 with the win. Neither team managed to score a goal through the first 20 minutes of the game. But Marist’s Ashley Miller broke the scoreless tie at the 8:55 mark to give her team a 1-0 lead. Four minutes later, Olivia Pyne put the Ducks on the board with an unassisted goal to tie the match. But Marist scored two goals before the end of the half and took a 3-1 advantage into the break. In the second, freshman Carly O’Connell took a pass from Shannon Propst and scored a goal to make it a 3-2 game, but Marist went on a 2-0 run thanks to goals by Miller and Amanda Tuck to push its lead to three, 5-2, with 19:13 to play. Oregon could not draw closer than two goals the rest of the way. Senior Kate Cathell scored a goal with 15:24 left to cut the deficit to two (5-3) but a 4-1 Marist run put the game out of reach. O’Connell led the Ducks with two goals and Propst followed with one goal and one assist. Cathell and Pyne were the only other goal-scorers for Oregon. Marist won the draw control battle, 10-6, despite being out-shot by the Ducks, 18-16. Salliebeth Finnegan made three saves and took the loss in goal for Oregon.

SCORE BY PERIOD 1 Oregon....................................................... 5 Connecticut................................................ 7

2 9 7

OT 0 2

F 14 16

Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Hayley Milner 5; Shannon Propst 2; Kate Cathell 2; Carly O’Connell 1; Olivia Pyne 1; Sami Kiser 1; Nikki Puszcz 1; Casey Brogan 1. ASSISTS: Carly O’Connell 5; Shannon Propst 2; Kate Cathell 1; Olivia Pyne 1. Connecticut SCORING: GOALS: PALMUCCI, Carly 4; PIPPITT, Kacey 3; GROSS, Catherine 3; KAHN, Lauren 2; O’REILLY, Morgan 2; FAZIO, Ally 2. ASSISTS: KAHN, Lauren 2; FAZIO, Ally 1; KERR, Shannon 1; O’REILLY, Morgan 1; PALMUCCI, Carly 1; PIPPITT, Kacey 1. Attendance: 143

Duration: 2:18

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RECAP: The Oregon Ducks rallied from a four-goal second-half deficit to take a one-goal lead with 3:15 left in regulation but ultimately fell in overtime, 16-14, to Connecticut. The loss came despite a career-high five-goal effort from junior Hayley Milner. UConn scored the first three goals of the match to take a 3-0 lead with 16:07 to play in the first half. But Oregon’s offense responded with a 3-0 run of its own to tie the game at the 11:13 mark. Milner got the scoring started with an unassisted goal and Propst followed with a goal after receiving a pass from Carly O’Connell. Milner tacked on the third goal with help from a Propst assist. But the Huskies came back with their second three-goal run of the half thanks to two goals by Kacey Pippitt and one by Ally Fazio to reclaim the lead, 6-3, with 7:46 to play in the half. O’Connell and Casey Brogan punched in goals for the Ducks near the end of the half but UConn carried a 7-5 edge into the break. Connectictut out-scored the Ducks 3-1 to begin the second half to build a 10-6 lead. Then, the Ducks rallied. Milner, Olivia Pyne and Propst scored the next three goals of the match to make it a 10-9 score and help Oregon crawl back into the match. With 15:38 remaining in regulation, Connecticut led 12-10. Then, Nikki Puszcz brought the Ducks back within one with a free position goal just under two minutes later. Milner matched her career-high by burying her fourth goal at the 13:28 mark and then set her new career-high by scoring her fifth goal with 10:10 left. The goal gave the Ducks a 13-12 advantage, their first lead since the 13:29 mark in the second half against San Diego State on March 22. After Connecticut’s Carly Palmucci tied the game with an unassisted goal with 8:13 left, Oregon senior Kate Cathell gave the Ducks their second lead of the game by converting on a free position shot with 3:15 to go. Just 46 seconds later, however, Catherine Gross scored a goal for the Huskies to knot the score at 14. The score remained the same throughout the final minutes of regulation and the game went into overtime. Oregon failed to capitalize after Puszcz won the opening draw control in overtime. After a turnover, Palmucci scored to give the Huskies a 15-14 lead with 3:24 to go. In the second half of the overtime period, Morgan O’Reilly put UConn up 16-14 and Huskie goalie Marya Fratoni saved two Oregon shots to ice the game. With the loss, the Ducks fell to 1-2 in overtime games. Connecticut out-shot the Ducks 31-28 and won the draw control battle, 18-16. Both teams finished 3-for-6 in free position shots. Milner’s five goals led all scorers, while Palmucci paced Connecticut with four. Cathell and Propst each had two goals for the Ducks. Brogan, Pyne, Puszcz, O’Connell and Sami Kiser were the other goal-scorers and O’Connell set a new career-best with five assists. In addition, O’Connell matched a career-high with five draw controls but Puszcz led all players with a career-best seven draw controls. Puszcz also scooped up a team-high four ground balls, the best total of her career. Salliebeth Finnegan made nine saves in goal for the Ducks and played all 66 minutes.

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RECAP: After trailing by as many as three goals in the first half, the San Diego State Aztecs rallied past the Oregon Ducks, 12-10, in Eugene. Junior Sami Kiser led the Oregon charge with three goals, including one that put her team up by three (5-2) with 5:53 remaining in the first half. But San Diego State responded with two goals before the half courtesy of Meris Walsh and Michaela Jarvis to cut the deficit to one heading into the break. In the second, the Aztecs scored the first three goals of the half to grab a 7-5 advantage with 26:41 to play. Haley Milner and Kiser scored two-straight goals for the Ducks to knot the score at seven, however, with 20:36 to go. The game remained close over the next several minutes and with the game tied at nine, freshman Courtney Valdez scored her first collegiate goal to give the Ducks a 10-9 lead at the 13:29 mark. But Oregon would not score again. San Diego State tied the game with a Sophie Koubek goal at the 9:18 mark and took the lead for good when Walsh scored her fourth and final goal of the day with 8:10 remaining. Koubek tacked on an empty-net goal with 48 seconds to go to put the game out of reach. Kiser’s three goals led Oregon offensively. Milner and Nikki Puszcz finished with two, while Valdez, Kate Cathell and Carly O’Connell each scored one. Junior Shannon Propst had a team-high three assists and three draw controls. O’Connell recorded three draw controls, junior Erika McCool forced three turnovers and senior goalie Salliebeth Finnegan scooped up a team-high three ground balls. Finnegan also posted nine saves in 49:27 minutes of action. Caroline Federighi made one save in 10:33 in her first game since March 4 against Vermont. Oregon outshot the Aztecs, 25-23, but fell in the draw control category, 13-11, and lost nine of the 14 draw controls in the second half. San Diego State scooped up 16 ground balls to Oregon’s 15 but committed four more turnovers than the Ducks (15-11).

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Attendance: 190

SCORE BY PERIOD 1 Oregon.....................................................................1 Marist.......................................................................3

Game 9 • March 26, 2013 • Storrs, Conn. Connecticut 16, Oregon 14 (OT)

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RESULTS Game 10 • March 30, 2013 • Norfolk, Va. Oregon 10, Old Dominion 9 SCORE BY PERIOD 1 Oregon................................................................... 4 Old Dominion......................................................... 4

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Game 11 • April 4, 2013 • Eugene, Ore. USC 12, Oregon 10 F 10 9

Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Kate Cathell 3; Shannon Propst 2; Hayley Milner 2; Nikki Puszcz 2; Carly O’Connell 1. ASSISTS: Kate Cathell 2; Carly O’Connell 2; Shannon Propst 2; Casey Brogan 1.

Attendance: 371

Duration: 1:46

RECAP: Four players scored multiple goals for the Oregon Ducks in the team’s 10-9 victory over Old Dominion. The win snapped the Ducks’ four-game losing streak. Oregon improved to 5-5 overall with the win, while Old Dominion fell to 3-8. In addition, the win gave the Ducks momentum heading into the bulk of their conference schedule. Beginning on Thursday (April 4) with a home game against USC on the Pac-12 Networks, Oregon will play seven-straight Mountain Pacific Sports Federation matches to wrap up the regular season. Senior Kate Cathell led the Oregon charge with three goals today against Old Dominion. Nikki Puszcz, Hayley Milner and Shannon Propst each scored two and Carly O’Connell was responsible for the Ducks’ other tally. The two teams played the first half to a 4-4 draw but Oregon came out swinging when Puszcz scored the second of her two goals to put the Ducks up a goal. The game remained close, however, as the teams exchanged a pair of goals. But with the game tied at six, Propst and Cathell converted back-to-back goals to put the Ducks up two. Old Dominion could not draw even the rest of the way. Milner’s second goal of the day came with 3:13 remaining in the second and it put the Ducks up 10-8 to help secure the win.

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Old Dominion SCORING: GOALS: Standing, Ashmore 4; Austerberry, Emily 2; Rea, Christina 1; Shaw, Rachel 1; Rogers, Meredith 1. ASSISTS: None.

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Game 12 • April 7, 2013 • Eugene, Ore. California 14, Oregon 10 F 12 10

USC SCORING: GOALS: Cordrey, Caroline 4; de Lyra, Caroline 3; Bonomi, Paige 2; Dalmass, Haleigh 2; Johansen, Amanda 1. ASSISTS: de Lyra, Caroline 3; Bonomi, Paige 1. Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Hayley Milner 5; Carly O’Connell 1; Casey Brogan 1; Sami Kiser 1; Devon Frazer 1; Olivia Pyne 1. ASSISTS: Shannon Propst 3; Casey Brogan 1; Carly O’Connell 1.

Attendance: 280

Duration: 1:48

RECAP: The first-ever live lacrosse broadcast on the Pac-12 Networks went the way of the visiting USC Trojans at a soggy Pape Field. The Trojans’ win came in spite of an inspired five-goal effort from Oregon junior Hayley Milner. Milner’s goal total matched her career-high which she set last week at Connecticut. She has averaged four goals per game over the last three contests. USC hopped out to a 3-1 lead thanks to consecutive goals scored by Caroline Cordrey and Paige Bonomi when the game was knotted at one. But Oregon responded with a 2-0 run of its own. First, freshman Carly O’Connell grabbed a pass from Shannon Propst and shot the ball past Trojan keeper Liz Shaeffer for her 12th goal of the season. Then, Milner scored her second goal of the game thanks to another assist by Propst. Propst’s first two assists were her 20th and 21st of the season. The second assist gave her 52 for her career and moved her past Alison Leiner (51) for sixth place on Oregon’s all-time assist chart. At the 15:50 mark, the Ducks grabbed their first lead of the game courtesy of an unassisted goal by Olivia Pyne. But back-to-back goals by Caroline de Lyra and a free position goal by Amanda Johansen sparked a 3-0 USC run to put the Trojans up 6-4. But the seesaw battle continued. With 7:54 left in the half, Devon Frazer scored her ninth goal of the season to make it a 6-5 game and Casey Brogan tied things up with her fourth tally of the year with 3:06 to play. However, USC carried a 7-6 advantage into the break after Cordrey was able to capitalize on an Oregon foul and bury a shot into the goal with 40 seconds to go. The Ducks came out firing in the second half. Milner scored back-to-back goals to put her team back up, 8-7, with 22:17 to go. Over the last 22 minutes of the game, though, USC out-scored the Ducks 5-2. Milner’s goal with 22:17 on the clock marked Oregon’s final lead of the game. Cordrey’s third goal of the night tied the score at eight with 21:25 left and Bonomi put home an unassisted goal with 20:30 remaining to put the Trojans up (9-8). Then, Cordrey scored her fourth goal with 18:11 left to give USC a 10-8 edge. Oregon battled back to tie the game at 10 with 11:27 to go thanks to a goal at the 16:48 mark by Sami Kiser off of Propst’s third assist of the day and a free position goal by Milner, her fifth of the night. Then, Haleigh Dalmass put the Trojans up for good, 11-10, at the 10:39 mark. De Lyra added an insurance goal with 1:51 left to put the game out of reach. Milner’s five goals paced the Ducks. Pyne, Kiser, Brogan, O’Connell and Frazer were responsible for Oregon’s five other tallies. Propst finished the game with three assists, Nikki Puszcz had a team-high three draw controls and goalie Caroline Federighi made five saves and caused two turnovers in 42:18 of action. USC won the draw control battle, 13-11, and out-shot the Ducks, 20-19. Both teams took care of the ball; USC had six turnovers and the Ducks had just five. Both teams were perfect in clear attempts and USC had seven ground balls to Oregon’s four.

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California SCORING: GOALS: Megan Takacs 4; Melissa Humphrey 3; Gaby Christman 2; Amelia Burke 2; Alexa Rozelle 1; Paige Gasparino 1; Lizz Lavie 1. ASSISTS: Gaby Christman 1; Melissa Humphrey 1. Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Carly O’Connell 4; Devon Frazer 2; Sami Kiser 2; Shannon Propst 1; Nikki Puszcz 1. ASSISTS: Shannon Propst 4; Carly O’Connell 3. Attendance: 210

Duration: 1:54

RECAP: A 6-0 second-half run pushed the California Golden Bears past the Oregon Ducks in Eugene. Junior Shannon Propst, who now has 57 career assists, set a new career-high in the assists category (4) in the loss. By doing so, Propst passed Ilsa van den Berg (54 career assists) for fifth place on Oregon’s all-time assists list and tied Jen May (57), now an assistant coach for the Ducks, for fourth all-time. Propst added a goal on the day as well to give her a career-best five points. Additionally, freshman Carly O’Connell scored a career-high four goals, dished out three assists and ended the day with seven points, the highest output of her young career. Another career milestone for Oregon was posted by junior defender Erika McCool, who caused a career-best four turnovers. California was led by 2012 MPSF Player of the Year Megan Takacs, who scored four goals, had five draw controls and scooped up two ground balls. The Ducks trailed 5-3 at the break after taking two one-goal leads (2-1 and 3-2) in the opening frame. In the second, California rattled off the first two goals to take a 7-3 advantage. The Golden Bears led 8-4 with 23:53 to go, but Oregon went on a 2-0 run thanks to goals by Sami Kiser and O’Connell that made it an 8-6 game with 21:15 to go. But an Oregon red card at the 20:38 mark in the second half gave California a two-minute unreleasable man-up advantage. Takacs took advantage of the opportunity and scored two man-up goals to push the lead back up to four, 10-6, with 19:36 left. The Bears scored the next four as well, courtesy of Melissa Humphrey and Takacs to grab an eight-goal edge (14-6), with 7:52 remaining in the game. Oregon closed the gap to four by day’s end thanks to three goals by O’Connell and one by sophomore Devon Frazer. California won the draw control battle (15-11) and had 14 ground balls to Oregon’s eight. Oregon took three fewer shots than California (28-25) but committed just 10 turnovers to the Bears’ 17. In addition, California converted five of its seven free position attempts, while the Ducks went 2-of-5.

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Game 14 • April 14, 2013 • Eugene, Ore. Oregon 19, Saint Mary’s 9 F 18 8

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Game 15 • April 19, 2013 • Stanford, Calif. #15 Stanford 15, Oregon 8 F 9 19

SCORE BY PERIOD 1 Oregon................................................................... 3 Stanford................................................................. 9

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Saint Mary’s SCORING: GOALS: Allie DeBruhl 3; Jaclyn Biggers 2; Mariah Walk 2; Krista Morgan 1; Jillian Chong 1. ASSISTS: Krista Morgan 3; Jaclyn Biggers 1; Caroline Mahony 1.

Fresno State SCORING: GOALS: Harrington, Natalie 2; Concheck, Kara 1; Levatino, Marcy 1; Cisneros, Holly 1; Badali, Paula 1; Swalwell, Vanessa 1; Fuccillo, Anjelica 1. ASSISTS: Concheck, Kara 1; Harrington, Natalie 1.

Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Hayley Milner 4; Shannon Propst 3; Nikki Puszcz 3; Carly O’Connell 3; Ashley Inman 2; Sami Kiser 1; Casey Brogan 1; Holly Johnson 1; Courtney Valdez 1. ASSISTS: Shannon Propst 4; Ashley Inman 2; Nikki Puszcz 2; Carly O’Connell 1.

Stanford SCORING: GOALS: Ozer, Rachel 4; Lentz, Meg 3; Farr, Hannah 2; Kim, Anna 2; Burns, Julia 2; Bradley, Carolyn 1; Dikeou, Lucy 1. ASSISTS: Farr, Hannah 2; Anderson, Adrienne 1; Bradley, Carolyn 1; Kim, Anna 1; Ozer, Rachel 1.

Attendance: 103

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Duration: 1:50

RECAP: The No. 15 Stanford Cardinal beat the visiting Oregon Ducks, 15-8, in Stanford, Calif. The Cardinal improved to 9-4 overall and 4-1 in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. Oregon fell to 7-8 overall and 2-4 in the MPSF with the loss. The Ducks got two goals from senior Kate Cathell, who was playing in her first game since March 30, and junior Nikki Puszcz, and they led 2-1 with 18:09 remaining in the first half. But Stanford closed the first half on an 8-1 run to take a 9-3 lead into the break. Puszcz scored just 16 seconds in to the second half to bring the Ducks within five. The 16 seconds marked the fastest a Duck has scored a goal to open a half in school history. The previous record was 22 seconds. But Oregon could not pull any closer than five the rest of the way. Stanford won the second-half scoring battle, 6-5. Stanford out-shot the Ducks, 41-14, and won the ground ball battle, 22-6. Junior goalie Caroline Federighi played all 60 minutes for Oregon and made 16 saves.

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RECAP: Freshman Carly O’Connell set a school record with 10 draw controls and the Oregon Ducks cruised to a 19-9 win over Saint Mary’s in Eugene. O’Connell’s 10 draw controls broke the previous mark of eight, set by Jen May in 2005. In addition, O’Connell scored three goals and added an assist. She was one of four players who posted a hat-trick on Senior Day in Eugene; Hayley Milner finished with a game-high four goals, Shannon Propst scored three and handed out four assists and Nikki Puszcz punched home two goals and added two assists. For Propst, it was the second-straight game where she recorded seven points. She scored five goals and had two assists in Wednesday’s (April 10) win at Fresno State. Oregon scored six of the game’s first seven goals to grab a 6-1 edge just over nine minutes into the game. O’Connell and Propst accounted for four of the team’s first six goals. Saint Mary’s mounted a comeback, however. Over the next 11 minutes, the Gaels went on a 5-2 run to cut the Oregon lead to two, 8-6, with 8:41 left in the first half. But Oregon responded with a critical 6-0 run to push the lead back to eight, 14-6, with 28:27 left in the game. The 6-0 run was sparked by Ashley Inman, who scored the first goal of the run with 6:57 left in the opening half. Milner, Propst, two Puszcz goals and O’Connell accounted for the other five. The first of Puszcz’s two goals during the run gave the Ducks a 12-6 lead heading into the locker room. Oregon’s healthy eight-goal lead at the 28:27 mark in the second half was never really challenged by the Gaels the rest of the way. Saint Mary’s pulled to within seven (15-8) when Jillian Chong scored a goal with 10:23 to go but could not draw any closer. Two Milner goals and one by Holly Johnson, the first goal of her collegiate career, highlighted a 4-1 Oregon run to close the game. Oregon’s 19 goals were season-high. O’Connell’s record-setting draw control number were 10 of 22 for the day for the Ducks. Saint Mary’s managed just eight. Oregon out-shot the Gaels, 31-24 as well. Junior goalie Caroline Federighi made eight saves for Oregon in her 38:41 minutes of action. Senior Salliebeth Finnegan made two saves in 21:19 minutes of play. The victory over Saint Mary’s marked the final home regular season game for six Oregon seniors — Inman, Finnegan, Kate Cathell, Maggie Kovacs, Bridget Morrison and Dominique Christiansen.

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RECAP: The Oregon Ducks scored a season-high 18 goals en route to a convincing 18-8 win at Fresno State. The victory marked Oregon’s first of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation season. Oregon junior Shannon Propst continued her stellar play, scoring a career-high five goals, dishing out two assists and totaling a career-best seven points against the Bulldogs. Propst’s first assist of the day, the 58th of her career, went to Sami Kiser at the 19:39 mark in the first half and it moved Propst past Jen May for fourth on Oregon’s all-time assist list. Propst’s five goals are tied for the most goals scored by a Duck in a single game this year. Junior Hayley Milner, who finished with four goals on Thursday at Fresno State, has accomplished the feat twice. Also recording hat-tricks for the Ducks were Kiser and Nikki Puscz. Devon Frazer, Ashley Inman and Olivia Pyne were responsible for Oregon’s other three goals. Inman, a senior, matched a career-high three assists today as well. After falling behind 1-0 less than four minutes into the game, Oregon responded by scoring the next seven goals to take a 7-1 lead with 16:17 remaining in the first half. But Fresno State kept the game close and out-scored the Ducks 4-2 over the final 16 minutes of the half to cut the deficit to four (9-5) heading into the locker room. Out of the halftime break, Oregon blitzed the Bulldogs with four-straight goals to push its lead to eight, 13-5, with 21:30 to go in the game. The first three goals of the half were scored by Propst, while Puszcz tallied the fourth. Fresno State would draw no closer than seven the rest of the way and the Ducks cruised to a 10-goal victory. Oregon won the draw control battle, 20-8, and out-shot the Bulldogs, 28-18. Caroline Federighi and Salliebeth Finnegan split the time in goal for Oregon. Federighi made four saves in the second half, while Finnegan posted two in the first.

Duration: 2:01

Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Kate Cathell 2; Nikki Puszcz 2; Shannon Propst 1; Hayley Milner 1; Carly O’Connell 1; Olivia Pyne 1. ASSISTS: Shannon Propst 3; Devon Frazer 1; Hayley Milner 1; Carly O’Connell 1.

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Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Shannon Propst 5; Hayley Milner 4; Sami Kiser 3; Nikki Puszcz 3; Ashley Inman 1; Olivia Pyne 1; Devon Frazer 1. ASSISTS: Ashley Inman 3; Shannon Propst 2.

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RESULTS Game 16 • April 21, 2013 • Davis, Calif. Oregon 15, UC Davis 8 SCORE BY PERIOD 1 Oregon...................................................................6 UC Davis.................................................................1

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Game 17 • April 26, 2013 • Denver, Colo. #11 Denver 14, Oregon 6 F 15 8

UC Davis SCORING: GOALS: Guercio, Stephanie 2; Voris, Carly 2; Mirza, Hannah 1; Datino, Elizabeth 1; Jordan, Meghan 1; Doyle, Mary 1. ASSISTS: Guercio, Stephanie 2; Delich, Ellie 1; Geissbuhler, Anna 1; Mirza, Hannah 1. Attendance: 174

Duration: 1:49

RECAP: Oregon junior Shannon Propst posted seven points (three goals, four assists) in Oregon’s 15-8 win at UC Davis. Her point total against the Aggies moved her overall total to 66 for the season, which is the new single-season record at Oregon. Propst (66 points; 27 goals, 39 assists) passes Alex Breiner and Ilsa van den Berg, who each recorded 64 points in 2011 and 2008, respectively. Oregon never trailed in the match. Senior Kate Cathell got the scoring started with back-to-back goals early in the first half and after a Carly O’Connell free position goal with 11:44 left, the Ducks led 3-0. UC Davis trimmed the lead to two, 3-1, with 7:51 to go in the first but the Ducks closed the half on a 3-0 run thanks to a goal by Nikki Puszcz and two by Propst. Oregon led 3-1 at the break; junior goalie Caroline Federighi stopped five Aggie shots in the first. Puszcz put the Ducks up six right out of the gate in the second half. Then, after an Aggie goal, Cathell punched home another to give the Ducks their six-goal advantage back (8-2) with 18:18 remaining. But minutes later, the Aggies manufactured a 3-0 run to crawl back into the match. Two of the goals were scored by Carly Voris, while Stephanie Guercio tallied the third. The run made it an 8-5 game with 16:03 remaining. Oregon regained its composure however and responded to the UC Davis run by scoring consecutive goals courtesy of Propst and O’Connell. With under 10 minutes to go, the Ducks led 10-5. Then, another goal by O’Connell and one more by Puszcz gave the Ducks a 12-5 lead with under seven minutes to go to put the game out of reach. UC Davis didn’t pull any closer than six the rest of the way. Devon Frazer, Courtney Valdez and Sami Kiser picked up goals for the Ducks to wrap up the match. O’Connell, Cathell, Propst and Puszcz each posted three goals to pace the Ducks. Oregon won the draw control battle, 13-12, but were out-shot by the Aggies, 27-25. Federighi put together a stellar performance in goal, saving 12 shots in 55:57 of action.

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Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Shannon Propst 2; Kate Cathell 2; Hayley Milner 1; Nikki Puszcz 1. ASSISTS: None. Denver SCORING: GOALS: Jill Remenapp 4; Kara Secora 4; Rachael McKinnon 3; Jenn Etzel 2; Mikayla Clark 1. ASSISTS: Jill Remenapp 3; Kara Secora 2; Mikayla Clark 1; Jenn Etzel 1.

Attendance: 439

Duration: 1:54

RECAP: The Oregon Ducks closed out the 2013 season with a 14-6 loss at No. 11 on Friday afternoon. Oregon finishes the year 8-9 overall and 3-5 in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. Denver, wraps up the regular season 16-1 and 8-0 in conference play. The Pioneers clinched the regular season championship last week and and the No. 1 seed in the MPSF Tournament. Senior Kate Cathell and junior Shannon Propst each recorded two goals to pace the Ducks today. Propst, who set the single season points record last Sunday, finishes the year with 68 total points (29 goals, 39 assists). Her 39 assists is also a single season record. Nikki Puszcz and Hayley Milner accounted for the Ducks’ two other goals. Denver opened up a 4-0 lead to start the game but the Ducks closed the half on a 4-0 run to make it a tie game heading into the break. But in the second, the Pioneers came out firing and scored the first five goals of the half to take a 9-4 lead with 17:36 to go. Denver’s Jill Remenapp and Rachael McKinnon accounted for four of those five goals. Oregon pulled to within three (9-6) after Propst scored her second goal with 14:05 left, but Denver’s second 5-0 blitz of the half put the game out of reach. Denver out-shot the Ducks, 37-22, and won the draw control battle, 12-10. Oregon registered 15 ground balls to Denver’s 16. Senior Bridget Morrison scooped up two ground balls in the game. She finishes her career with 99 ground balls, good enough for sixth all-time at Oregon. Junior Caroline Federighi made 10 saves and senior Salliebeth Finnegan posted one save in the final match of her career. In addition to Cathell, Morrison and Finnegan, Friday’s game also closed out the careers of Maggie Kovacs, Ashley Inman and Dominique Christiansen.

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Oregon SCORING: GOALS: Shannon Propst 3; Nikki Puszcz 3; Carly O’Connell 3; Kate Cathell 3; Sami Kiser 1; Devon Frazer 1; Courtney Valdez 1. ASSISTS: Shannon Propst 4; Casey Brogan 2; Sami Kiser 1; Hayley Milner 1; Nikki Puszcz 1.

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Points Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10

Player Ilsa van den Berg Jen May Jana Drummond Alex Breiner Kristina Barrett Theresa Waldron Shannon Propst * Jana Bradley Nikki Puszcz * Lindsay Killian

Years 2006-09 2005-08 2009-12 2008-11 2009-12 2005-08 2011-13 2005-08 2011-13 2005-08

Points Per Game (Min. 50 Games) Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Goals Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Ast. 54 57 37 61 78 75 70 24 35 28

Total 193 185 183 181 168 148 148 135 116 112

Games 53 70 71 75 75 71 53 74 75 71

Pts. 148 181 183 193 185 168 116 148 135 108

Avg. 2.79 2.59 2.58 2.57 2.47 2.37 2.19 2.00 1.80 1.52

Player Shannon Propst * Alex Breiner Jana Drummond Ilsa van den Berg Jen May Kristina Barrett Nikki Puszcz * Theresa Waldron Jana Bradley Jess Drummond

Years 2011-13 2008-11 2009-12 2006-09 2005-08 2009-12 2011-13 2005-08 2005-08 2009-12

Player Jana Drummond Ilsa van den Berg Jen May Alex Breiner Jana Bradley Jess Drummond Kristina Barrett Lindsay Killian Nikki Puszcz * Kate Fleming

Years 2009-12 2006-09 2005-08 2008-11 2005-08 2009-12 2009-12 2005-08 2011-13 2005-07

Goals Per Game (Min. 50 Games) Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Goals 139 128 146 120 90 73 78 111 81 84

Player Jana Drummond Ilsa van den Berg Alex Breiner Jen May Nikki Puszcz * Jana Bradley Shannon Propst * Jess Drummond Kristina Barrett Lindsay Killian

Years 2009-12 2006-09 2008-11 2005-08 2011-13 2005-08 2011-13 2009-12 2009-12 2005-08

Games Goals 71 146 75 139 75 128 70 120 75 111 71 94 71 90 75 84 53 81 48 79

Games Goals 71 146 75 139 70 120 75 128 53 81 75 111 53 78 71 94 71 90 75 84

Avg. 2.06 1.85 1.71 1.71 1.53 1.48 1.47 1.32 1.27 1.12

Ilsa van den Berg (2006-09) holds the record for most points in a career at Oregon (193).

Assists Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Kristina Barrett Theresa Waldron Shannon Propst * Alex Breiner Jen May Ilsa van den Berg Alison Leiner Jana Drummond Nikki Puszcz * Lindsay Killian

Years 2009-12 2005-08 2011-13 2008-11 2005-08 2006-09 2005-07 2009-12 2011-13 2005-08

Assists Per Game (Min. 50 Games) Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Shannon Propst * Kristina Barrett Theresa Waldron Alex Breiner Jen May Ilsa van den Berg Nikki Puszcz * Jana Drummond Kate Cathell Anna Swicklick

Years 2011-13 2009-12 2005-08 2008-11 2005-08 2006-09 2011-13 2009-12 2010-13 2008-11

Games 53 71 74 70 75 75 53 71 51 50

Games 71 74 53 70 75 75 39 71 53 75

Ast. 78 75 70 61 57 54 51 37 35 28

Ast. 70 78 75 61 57 54 35 37 22 19

Avg. 1.32 1.10 1.01 0.87 0.76 0.72 0.66 0.52 0.43 0.38

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Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Jana Drummond Ilsa van den Berg Jen May Jana Bradley Alex Breiner Jess Drummond Kristina Barrett Lindsay Killian Kate Fleming Theresa Waldron

Years 2009-12 2006-09 2005-08 2005-08 2008-11 2009-12 2009-12 2005-08 2005-08 2005-08

Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Jana Drummond Ilsa van den Berg Jen May Jana Bradley Alex Breiner Jess Drummond Kristina Barrett Nikki Puszcz * Shannon Propst * Lindsay Killian

Years 2009-12 2006-09 2005-08 2005-08 2008-11 2009-12 2009-12 2011-13 2011-13 2005-08

Shots 339 320 296 286 262 228 217 206 174 173

Games Shots 71 339 75 320 75 296 75 286 70 262 71 228 71 217 53 157 53 151 75 206

Avg. 4.77 4.27 3.95 3.81 3.74 3.21 3.06 2.96 2.85 2.75

Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Jen May Alicia Burkhart Carrie Bateman Cara Mead Jana Drummond Bridget Morrison Jess Drummond Anna Poponyak Colleen Taggart Salliebeth Finnegan Erin Gaebe

Years 2005-08 2006-09 2005-08 2005-09 2009-12 2010-13 2009-12 2005-09 2009-12 2010-13 2005-08

Ground Balls Per Game (Min. 50 Games) Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Jen May Alicia Burkhart Carrie Bateman Cara Mead Jana Drummond Bridget Morrison Jess Drummond Anna Poponyak Colleen Taggart Nikki Puszcz *

Draw Controls

Player Jen May Jana Drummond Alex Breiner Jess Drummond Alicia Burkhart Nikki Puszcz * Casey Rector Cara Mead Lara Bennett Alison Leiner

Games 75 74 74 73 71 71 71 69 64 53

Years 2005-08 2009-12 2008-11 2009-12 2006-09 2011-13 2006-09 2005-09 2009-12 2005-07

Draw Controls Per Game (Min. 50 Games)

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Player Jen May Jana Drummond Nikki Puszcz * Alex Breiner Jess Drummond Alicia Burkhart Casey Rector Erin Chisnell Cara Mead Lara Bennett

Years 2005-08 2009-12 2011-13 2008-11 2009-12 2006-09 2006-09 2007-10 2005-09 2009-12

GB 162 146 133 129 102 99 98 94 83 68

Avg. 2.16 1.97 1.80 1.77 1.44 1.39 1.38 1.36 1.30 1.28

Games 75 71 70 71 74 53 73 73 71 39

DC 209 156 131 130 122 102 82 64 60 58

Games DC 75 209 71 156 53 102 70 131 71 130 74 122 73 82 54 55 73 64 71 60

Avg. 2.79 2.20 1.92 1.87 1.83 1.65 1.12 1.02 0.88 0.85

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Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

GB 162 146 133 129 102 99 98 94 83 70 70

Season In Review

Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Years 2005-08 2006-09 2005-08 2005-09 2009-12 2010-13 2009-12 2005-09 2009-12 2011-13

Games 75 74 74 73 71 71 71 69 64 58 49

The Players

* Denotes active player

Ground Balls

Coaching Staff

Shots Per Game (Min. 50 Games)

Goals 146 139 128 111 120 94 90 84 79 73

Season Outlook

Shots Attempted


The Players

Coaching Staff

Season Outlook

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Caused Turnovers Rank 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10

Years 2005-08 2006-09 2005-08 2005-09 2009-12 2009-12 2010-13 2007-10 2011-13 2009-12 2011-13 2008-11

Caused Turnovers Per Game (Min. 50 Games) Rank 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10

Saves Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Season In Review

Player Jen May Alicia Burkhart Carrie Bateman Cara Mead Jana Drummond Jess Drummond Bridget Morrison Erin Chisnell Erika McCool * Colleen Taggart Nikki Puszcz * Alex Breiner

Player Jen May Alicia Burkhart Jana Drummond Jess Drummond Carrie Bateman Cara Mead Erin Chisnell Erika McCool * Nikki Puszcz * Bridget Morrison

Years 2005-08 2006-09 2009-12 2009-12 2005-08 2005-09 2007-10 2011-13 2011-13 2010-13

Player Anna Poponyak Caroline Federighi * Salliebeth Finnegan Louisa Dorsch Sam DeBow Allison O’Brien Hannah Jones

Years 2005-09 2011-13 2010-13 2005 2007-10 2005-06 2007-10

Saves Per Game (Min. 20 Games) Rank 1 2 3 4 5

Player Anna Poponyak Caroline Federighi * Salliebeth Finnegan Sam DeBow Allison O’Brien

Years 2005-09 2011-13 2010-13 2007-10 2005-06

History & Records Records

Save Percentage (Min. 50 Saves) Rank 1 2 3 4 5

Player Caroline Federighi * Anna Poponyak Louisa Dorsch Allison O’Brien Salliebeth Finnegan

* Denotes active player

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Years 2011-13 2005-09 2005 2005-06 2010-13

Games 75 74 71 71 74 73 54 53 53 71

Games 75 74 74 73 71 71 71 54 53 64 53 70

CT 142 77 62 61 61 61 53 44 43 41 41 41

CT 142 77 61 61 62 61 44 43 41 53

Avg. 1.89 1.04 0.86 0.86 0.84 0.84 0.81 0.81 0.77 0.75

Rank 1 2 3 4 5

Player Caroline Federighi * Anna Poponyak Sam DeBow Allison O’Brien Salliebeth Finnegan

Games Played Rank 1 5 8 10

Years 2011-13 2005-09 2007-10 2005-06 2010-13

GA 300 588 144 107 436

Min 1916 3419 772 565 2280

Player Years Ilsa van den Berg............................................. 2006-09 Jana Bradley.................................................... 2005-08 Lindsay Killian................................................. 2005-08 Jen May........................................................... 2005-08 Theresa Waldron.............................................. 2005-08 Carrie Bateman................................................ 2005-08 Alicia Burkhart................................................. 2006-09 Cara Mead....................................................... 2005-09 Casey Rector.................................................... 2006-09 Kristina Barrett................................................ 2009-12 Jana Drummond.............................................. 2009-12 Jess Drummond............................................... 2009-12 Bridget Morrison............................................. 2010-13 Lara Bennett.................................................... 2009-12

Avg. 9.40 10.32 11.20 11.35 11.47

Games 75 75 75 75 74 74 74 73 73 71 71 71 71 71

Games Saves 69 514 47 295 44 273 17 117 26 90 24 73 12 19

Games Saves 69 514 47 295 44 273 26 90 24 73

GA 300 588 149 107 436

Goal Against Average (Min. 500 Minutes)

Saves 295 514 117 73 273

Avg. 7.45 6.28 6.20 3.46 3.04

Avg. .496 .466 .440 .406 .385 Jen May (2005-08) is Oregon’s all-time leader in draw controls (209) and caused turnovers (142).

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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE SEASON RECORDS

Rank 1 2 4 5 6 7 9

Player Shannon Propst * Alex Breiner Ilsa van den Berg Alison Leiner Nikki Puszcz * Kristina Barrett Shannon Propst * Theresa Waldron Kristina Barrett Jen May

Year 2013 2011 2008 2006 2012 2012 2012 2008 2011 2005

Rank 1 3 4 6 7 8 9 10

Player Year Goals Ilsa van den Berg.........................................................2008 46 Jana Drummond..........................................................2010 43 Jen May.......................................................................2005 41 Nikki Puszcz *................................................. 2012 39 Alex Breiner.................................................................2011 38 Jen May.......................................................................2008 37 Alex Breiner.................................................................2010 36 Jana Drummond..........................................................2011 36 Jess Drummond...........................................................2011 34 Shannon Propst *........................................... 2012 34 Jana Drummond..........................................................2009 34 Ilsa van den Berg.........................................................2009 34 Jana Bradley................................................................2006 34

Goals Per Game (Min. 10 Games) Player Jen May Jana Drummond Alex Breiner Ilsa van den Berg Jana Drummond Alex Breiner Nikki Puszcz * Jana Drummond Jess Drummond Kate Cathell Ilsa van den Berg

Year 2005 2010 2011 2008 2009 2010 2012 2009 2011 2013 2009

Games Goals 17 41 18 43 16 38 20 46 17 36 17 36 19 39 17 34 17 34 13 26 17 34

Avg. 2.41 2.39 2.38 2.30 2.12 2.12 2.05 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00

Shannon Propst’s 68 points (29 goals, 39 assists) a year ago is an Oregon single season record.

Assists Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10

Player Year Assists Shannon Propst *........................................... 2013 39 Alison Leiner................................................................2006 33 Theresa Waldron..........................................................2008 27 Alex Breiner.................................................................2011 26 Kristina Barrett............................................................2012 25 Kristina Barrett............................................................2011 24 Theresa Waldron..........................................................2007 22 Shannon Propst *........................................... 2012 19 Ilsa van den Berg.........................................................2007 19 Ilsa van den Berg.........................................................2008 18 Nikki Puszcz *................................................. 2012 18

Shots Attempted Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9

Player Jana Drummond Ilsa van den Berg Jana Drummond Jana Bradley Jen May Jana Bradley Ilsa van den Berg Jen May Kate Fleming Jana Drummond

Year 2010 2008 2011 2008 2005 2006 2009 2008 2007 2009

Goals 43 46 36 28 41 34 34 37 34 34

Shots 106 101 86 84 83 82 80 80 77 77

* Denotes active player

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Rank 1 2 3 4 5 7 8

Games Points Avg. 17 68 4.00 16 64 4.00 20 64 3.20 17 52 3.06 17 52 3.06 19 58 3.05 19 57 3.00 17 50 2.94 19 54 2.84 19 53 2.79 19 53 2.79

Season In Review

Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9

Year 2013 2011 2008 2005 2011 2006 2012 2010 2012 2008 2012

Points 68 64 64 58 57 54 53 53 52 52

The Players

Goals

Player Shannon Propst * Alex Breiner Ilsa van den Berg Jen May Kristina Barrett Alison Leiner Nikki Puszcz * Alex Breiner Kristina Barrett Theresa Waldron Shannon Propst *

Ast. 39 26 18 33 18 25 19 27 24 11

Coaching Staff

Points Per Game (Min. 10 Games)

Goals 29 38 46 25 39 29 34 26 28 41

Season Outlook

Points


History & Records Records

Season In Review

The Players

Coaching Staff

Season Outlook

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Ground Balls Rank 1 2 4 5 6 7 9 10

Player Year Carrie Bateman............................................................2006 Jen May.......................................................................2008 Alicia Burkhart.............................................................2007 Cara Mead...................................................................2006 Jen May.......................................................................2006 Jen May.......................................................................2007 Alison Leiner................................................................2006 Jana Drummond..........................................................2010 Erin Gaebe...................................................................2006 Alicia Burkhart.............................................................2008

Draw Controls Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10

Player Year Jen May.......................................................................2005 Jana Drummond..........................................................2012 Jen May.......................................................................2008 Jen May.......................................................................2006 Alex Breiner.................................................................2011 Carly O’Connell *............................................. 2013 Jess Drummond...........................................................2010 Jen May.......................................................................2007 Jana Drummond..........................................................2011 Nikki Puszcz *................................................. 2013

Caused Turnovers Rank 1 2 5 6 7 8 10

Saves Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Year Jen May.......................................................................2005 Carrie Bateman............................................................2006 Jen May.......................................................................2006 Jen May.......................................................................2007 Jen May.......................................................................2008 Cara Mead...................................................................2006 Jana Drummond..........................................................2010 Alicia Burkhart.............................................................2007 Alison Leiner................................................................2006 Colleen Taggart............................................................2010 Jess Drummond...........................................................2012

GB 59 48 48 47 42 40 38 38 37 35

DC 68 57 51 50 45 44 42 40 40 39

CT 43 34 34 34 31 27 25 23 23 22 22

Player Year Saves Anna Poponyak...........................................................2006 167 Anna Poponyak...........................................................2008 149 Caroline Federighi *........................................ 2012 141 Salliebeth Finnegan....................................................2010 130 Anna Poponyak...........................................................2009 121 Louisa Dorsch..............................................................2005 117 Caroline Federighi *........................................ 2011 87 Anna Poponyak...........................................................2007 77 Sam DeBow.................................................................2007 68 Caroline Federighi *........................................ 2013 67

Anna Poponyak (2005-09) saved an Oregon single season record 167 shots in 2006.

Save Percentage (Min. 50 Saves) Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Caroline Federighi * Caroline Federighi * Caroline Federighi * Anna Poponyak Anna Poponyak Anna Poponyak Anna Poponyak Louisa Dorsch Salliebeth Finnegan Salliebeth Finnegan

Year 2013 2012 2011 2006 2009 2007 2008 2005 2011 2010

Goals Against Average (min. 400 minutes) Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Player Caroline Federighi * Anna Poponyak Caroline Federighi * Anna Poponyak Caroline Federighi * Anna Poponyak Salliebeth Finnegan Salliebeth Finnegan Sam DeBow Anna Poponyak

Year 2012 2007 2013 2009 2011 2008 2011 2013 2007 2006

GA 66 140 94 184 134 91 179 149 80 205

Saves 67 141 87 167 121 77 149 117 58 130

Avg. .504 .502 .481 .476 .475 .458 .454 .440 .420 .388

GA 140 91 66 134 94 179 80 111 111 184

Min 918 591 427 843 571 1085 455 617 555 901

Avg. 9.15 9.24 9.28 9.54 9.87 9.90 10.51 10.79 12.01 12.26

* Denotes active player

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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Goals Scored..................................................................................................247 (2008) Goals Allowed...............................................................................................221 (2006) Fewest Goals Allowed...................................................................................153 (2009) Assists...........................................................................................................113 (2007) Assists Allowed...............................................................................................99 (2006) Fewest Assists Allowed...................................................................................55 (2009) Points............................................................................................................347 (2012) Points Allowed..............................................................................................320 (2006) Fewest Points Allowed..................................................................................208 (2009) Saves.............................................................................................................192 (2006) Save Percentage............................................................................................535 (2006) Goals Against Average..................................................................................8.92 (2009) Shots.............................................................................................................584 (2008) Shots (Opponent)..........................................................................................492 (2006) Free Position Shots........................................................................................144 (2008) Free Position Shots (Opponent).....................................................................106 (2009) Shooting Percentage.....................................................................................510 (2012) Shooting Percentage (Opponent)..................................................................497 (2010) Ground Balls..................................................................................................480 (2006) Ground Balls (Opponent)..............................................................................393 (2006) Draw Controls................................................................................................255 (2008) Draw Controls (Opponent)............................................................................246 (2012) Turnovers......................................................................................................376 (2006) Turnovers (Opponent)...................................................................................420 (2006) Fouls.............................................................................................................480 (2009) Fouls (Opponent)..........................................................................................465 (2009) Victories..........................................................................................................14 (2012) Fewest Victories................................................................................................6 (2005) Losses...................................................................................................11 (2005, 2010) Fewest Losses..........................................................................................5 (2009, 2012) Games Played.................................................................................................20 (2008)

Team Single Game Records

Season In Review

Goals Scored...............................................................22, vs. St. Bonaventure (2-21-10) ......................................................................................... 22, at Jacksonville (2-13-10) ..........................................................................................22, vs. Saint Mary’s (4-3-06) Fewest Goals Scored.................................................................. 2, vs. Stanford (5-5-07) ....................................................................................... 2, vs. Northwestern (2-26-05) Goals Allowed............................................................... 22, at North Carolina (2-26-10) Fewest Goals Allowed..............................................................0, vs. Fresno St. (3-6-09) Assists................................................................................... 16, vs. Vermont (3-12-07) Points.................................................................................37, vs. Saint Mary’s (3-3-06) Points Allowed............................................................. 32, vs. Johns Hopkins (3-24-07) Shots..........................................................................47, vs. St. Bonaventure (2-21-10) Free Position Shots................................................................. 14, vs. Louisville (3-6-10) Free Position Goals...................................................................7, vs. Fresno St. (4-6-12) Ground Balls......................................................................44, at Saint Mary’s (4-15-07) Draw Controls...................................................................22, vs. Saint Mary’s (4-14-13) Fouls..........................................................................................39, vs. Denver (4-5-08) Shooting Percentage.................................................... .727, at North Carolina (4-1-05) Saves............................................................................... 18, vs. Virginia Tech (4-11-09) Saves (Opponent).............................................................16, vs. Saint Mary’s (4-11-10) Save Percentage................................................................1.000, vs. Fresno St. (3-6-09) Turnovers...........................................................................36, vs. Saint Mary’s (5-6-05) Margin of Victory....................................................................20, vs. Fresno St. (3-6-09) Margin of Defeat........................................................... 19, vs. Northwestern (2-26-05)

Invididual Single Season Records Free Position Goals.............................................................11, Ilsa van den Berg (2008) Games Played...............................................................................20, 12 players (2008) Starts..............................................................................................20, 8 players (2008) Fouls..................................................................................... 70, Alicia Burkhart (2009) Shooting Percentage.............................................................778, Jenny Browne (2005) Goalkeeper Minutes Played......................................... 1084:39, Anna Poponyak (2008)

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Carly O’Connell set the single game draw controls record (10) against Saint Mary’s a year ago.

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Fastest Goal Scored.............................. 22 seconds, Erin Chisnell vs. Fresno St. (3-6-09) Goals Scored.................................................7, Jana Drummond at California (4-17-09) Assists.............................................................6, Alison Leiner vs. Saint Mary’s (3-3-06) Points................................................ 8, Ilsa van den Berg at New Hampshire (4-20-08) .....................................................................8, Theresa Waldron vs. Vermont (3-12-07) Points (Opponent)............................................. 13, Mary Key, Johns Hopkins (3-24-07) Shots........................................................... 13, Jana Drummond vs. Louisville (3-6-10) Saves......................................................18, Anna Poponyak vs. Virginia Tech (4-11-09) Save Percentage.........................................1.000, Hannah Jones vs. Fresno St. (3-6-09) Ground Balls...............................................8, Alicia Burkhart vs. Stony Brook (2-22-09) ...........................................................................8, Erin Gaebe vs. Longwood (3-22-05) Draw Controls.............................................. 10, Carly O’Connell vs. St. Mary’s (4-14-13) Caused Turnovers.......................................................... 7, Jen May at Denver (2-25-05)

Coaching Staff

Team Single Season

Season Outlook

Individual Single Game Records


The Players

Coaching Staff

Season Outlook

YEARLY CATEGORY LEADERS Points

Ground Balls

2013...............................................................................................Shannon Propst (68) 2012.....................................................................................................Nikki Puszcz (57) 2011.....................................................................................................Alex Breiner (64) 2010.....................................................................................................Alex Breiner (50) 2009............................................................................................. Jana Drummond (42) 2008.............................................................................................Ilsa van den Berg (64) 2007.............................................................................................Ilsa van den Berg (47) 2006................................................................................................... Alison Leiner (58) 2005...........................................................................................................Jen May (52)

2013................................................................................................Carly O’Connell (26) 2012............................................................................................. Jana Drummond (31) 2011.............................................................................................Bridget Morrison (25) 2010............................................................................................. Jana Drummond (38) 2009................................................................................................ Alicia Burkhart (34) 2008...........................................................................................................Jen May (48) 2007................................................................................................ Alicia Burkhart (48) 2006............................................................................................... Carrie Bateman (59) 2005...........................................................................................................Jen May (32)

Goals

Draw Controls

2013...............................................................................................Shannon Propst (29) 2012.....................................................................................................Nikki Puszcz (39) 2011.....................................................................................................Alex Breiner (38) 2010............................................................................................. Jana Drummond (43) 2009................................................................. Jana Drummond/Ilsa van den Berg (34) 2008.............................................................................................Ilsa van den Berg (46) 2007...................................................................................................Kate Fleming (33) 2006....................................................................................................Jana Bradley (34) 2005...........................................................................................................Jen May (41)

2013................................................................................................Carly O’Connell (44) 2012............................................................................................. Jana Drummond (57) 2011.....................................................................................................Alex Breiner (45) 2010.............................................................................................. Jess Drummond (42) 2009................................................................................................ Alicia Burkhart (34) 2008...........................................................................................................Jen May (51) 2007...........................................................................................................Jen May (40) 2006...........................................................................................................Jen May (50) 2005...........................................................................................................Jen May (68)

Assists

Caused Turnovers

2013...............................................................................................Shannon Propst (39) 2012................................................................................................Kristina Barrett (25) 2011.....................................................................................................Alex Breiner (26) 2010.....................................................................................................Alex Breiner (14) 2009................................................................................................Kristina Barrett (17) 2008............................................................................................. Theresa Waldron (27) 2007............................................................................................. Theresa Waldron (22) 2006................................................................................................... Alison Leiner (33) 2005................................................................................................... Emily Fowler (17)

2013.....................................................................................................Nikki Puszcz (19) 2012.............................................................................................. Jess Drummond (22) 2011.....................................................................................................Alex Breiner (20) 2010............................................................................................. Jana Drummond (25) 2009................................................................................................ Alicia Burkhart (20) 2008...........................................................................................................Jen May (31) 2007...........................................................................................................Jen May (34) 2006.................................................................................Carrie Bateman/Jen May (34) 2005...........................................................................................................Jen May (43)

Season In Review

Saves 2013........................................................................................... Caroline Federighi (67) 2012......................................................................................... Caroline Federighi (141) 2011........................................................................................... Caroline Federighi (87) 2010...................................................................................... Salliebeth Finnegan (130) 2009............................................................................................. Anna Poponyak (121) 2008............................................................................................. Anna Poponyak (149) 2007...............................................................................................Anna Poponyak (77) 2006............................................................................................. Anna Poponyak (167) 2005................................................................................................Louisa Dorsch (117)

History & Records Records

Goals Against Average (Min. 400 Minutes) 2013........................................................................................ Caroline Federighi (9.28) 2012........................................................................................ Caroline Federighi (9.15) 2011........................................................................................ Caroline Federighi (9.87) 2010................................................................................... Salliebeth Finnegan (12.55) 2009............................................................................................ Anna Poponyak (9.54) 2008............................................................................................ Anna Poponyak (9.90) 2007............................................................................................ Anna Poponyak (9.24) 2006............................................................................................. Allison O’Brien (9.29) 2005............................................................................................Allison O’Brien (12.88)

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Alex Breiner (2008-11) led the Ducks in points in both 2010 and 2011.

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

America East vs. #14 Albany (in Boston, Mass.).....................................L, 7-6

Connecticut (0-1) March 26, 2013

Big East at Connecticut.......................................................L, 16-14 (OT)

Boston University (0-1) America East April 15, 2006 at Boston University.......................................................L, 19-8

Dartmouth (0-2) March 23, 2011 Feb. 23, 2013

Ivy League at #18 Dartmouth........................................................L, 12-10 #12 DARTMOUTH......................................................L, 8-7 (OT)

Davidson (5-0) April 2, 2005 March 10, 2006 Feb. 25, 2007 March 27, 2012 March 8, 2013

Big South at Davidson...................................................................W, 16-6 vs. Davidson (in Farmville, Va.)....................................W, 13-11 at Davidson...................................................................W, 14-1 at Davidson.....................................................................W, 8-4 DAVIDSON.......................................................................W, 7-6

UC Davis (9-3) March 6, 2005 May 5, 2005 Feb. 26, 2006 Feb. 18, 2007 Feb. 10, 2008 April 30, 2008 Feb. 14, 2009 April 18, 2010 April 29, 2010 April 17, 2011 April 8, 2012 April 21, 2013

MPSF UC DAVIS........................................................................L, 11-9 vs. UC Davis (in Moraga, Calif.) *......................................L, 7-6 at UC Davis....................................................................W, 13-6 UC DAVIS.......................................................................W, 12-6 at UC Davis....................................................................W, 15-5 vs. UC Davis (in Berkeley, Calif.) *..................................W, 14-9 UC DAVIS.......................................................................W, 13-6 at UC Davis....................................................................W, 14-6 vs. UC Davis (in Denver, Colo.) *....................................L, 13-11 UC DAVIS.......................................................................W, 19-7 UC DAVIS.....................................................................W, 16-13 at UC Davis....................................................................W, 15-8

Cincinnati (4-0) March 20, 2010 March 6, 2011 April 1, 2012 Feb. 24, 2013

Big East CINCINNATI....................................................................W, 14-8 at Cincinnati..................................................................W, 16-5 vs. Cincinnati (in Edgewater, Md.)...............................W, 20-10 CINCINNATI....................................................................W, 16-5

Colgate (3-2) March 12, 2005 March 30, 2006 March 17, 2007 March 30, 2008 March 21, 2009

Patriot League COLGATE.........................................................................L, 15-9 at Colgate.......................................................................L, 15-7 COLGATE......................................................................W, 16-11 at Colgate......................................................................W, 11-9 COLGATE......................................................................W, 14-11

Columbia (2-0) March 28, 2007 March 16, 2008

Ivy League at Columbia.................................................................W, 13-12 COLUMBIA...................................................................W, 17-10

Home games in CAPS

* Denotes MPSF Tournament Game

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Delaware (0-2) March 26, 2009 March 25, 2010

Colonial Athletic vs. Delaware (in Providence, R.I.).....................................L, 6-5 at Delaware..................................................................L, 12-11

Denver (3-9) Feb. 25, 2005 April 7, 2006 May 6, 2006 April 21, 2007 April 5, 2008 May 1, 2008 April 4, 2009 April 24, 2010 April 23, 2011 April 29, 2011 April 21, 2012 April 26, 2013

MPSF at Denver.....................................................................L, 17-12 DENVER........................................................................L, 14-13 vs. Denver (in Eugene, Ore.) *........................................L, 14-6 at Denver.......................................................................L, 20-6 DENVER�����������������������������������������������������������������������L, 13-12 vs. #17 Denver (in Berkeley, Calif.) *.............................L, 18-12 at Denver......................................................................W, 11-9 #20 DENVER.....................................................................L, 9-7 at Denver.......................................................................L, 14-9 vs. Denver (in Moraga, Calif.) *........................................W, 7-4 DENVER.........................................................................W, 13-8 at #11 Denver.................................................................L, 14-6

Florida (0-2) March 30, 2010 March 16, 2013

American Lacrosse at Florida........................................................................L, 16-6 #2 FLORIDA....................................................................L, 13-5

Fresno State (6-0) March 6, 2009 April 22, 2009 April 4, 2010 Feb. 25, 2011 April 6, 2012 April 10, 2013

MPSF FRESNO STATE...............................................................W, 20-0 vs. Fresno State (in Stanford, Calif.) *............................W, 19-2 at Fresno State..............................................................W, 18-6 FRESNO STATE...............................................................W, 18-5 FRESNO STATE...............................................................W, 21-4 at Fresno State..............................................................W, 18-8

Georgetown (0-2) Big East March 5, 2006 #11 GEORGETOWN.........................................................L, 16-6 March 2, 2007 at Georgetown...............................................................L, 11-8 High Point (1-1) March 25, 2012 March 2, 2013

Big South at High Point................................................................L, 13-10 HIGH POINT.....................................................................W, 7-6

Hofstra (0-2) March 22, 2010 Feb. 20, 2011

Colonial Athletic at #19 Hofstra................................................................L, 21-8 #20 HOFSTRA........................................................L, 12-11 (OT)

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MPSF at California...................................................................L, 19-8 CALIFORNIA....................................................................L, 12-4 vs. California (in Eugene, Ore.) *......................................W, 9-8 at California................................................................W, 16-10 vs. California (in Davis, Calif.) *........................................W, 8-7 CALIFORNIA....................................................................L, 12-8 vs. California (in Berkeley, Calif.) *...................................W, 9-8 at California..........................................................L, 13-12 (OT) vs. California (Stanford, Calif.) *.....................................L, 10-9 CALIFORNIA....................................................................L, 12-5 at California................................................................W, 16-14 CALIFORNIA...................................................................W, 10-9 vs. California (in Stanford, Calif.) *..............................W, 14-11 CALIFORNIA..................................................................L, 14-10

Season In Review

California (7-7) April 24, 2005 April 30, 2006 May 7, 2006 April 14, 2007 May 6, 2007 April 12, 2008 May 2, 2008 April 17, 2009 April 24, 2009 April 9, 2010 April 8, 2011 Feb. 26, 2012 April 27, 2012 April 7, 2013

The Players

Ivy League at Brown.......................................................................W, 10-9

Coaching Staff

Brown (1-0) March 24, 2009

Season Outlook

Albany (0-1) March 27, 2011


Season In Review

The Players

Coaching Staff

Season Outlook

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Holy Cross (1-0) April 13, 2006

Patriot League at Holy Cross...............................................................W, 13-12

Iona (2-0) Feb. 13, 2010 March 21, 2011

Metro Atlantic IONA...........................................................................W, 15-11 at Iona............................................................................W, 8-7

Jacksonville (2-0) Feb. 13, 2010 Feb. 27, 2011

Notre Dame (1-0) March 6, 2008

Big East vs. #11 Notre Dame (in San Diego, Calif.)....................W, 14-13

National Lacrosse at Jacksonville...............................................................W, 22-6 JACKSONVILLE...............................................................W, 15-9

Ohio (2-0) April 30, 2005 March 25, 2006

American Lacrosse at Ohio............................................................................W, 9-7 OHIO����������������������������������������������������������������������������W, 12-6

Johns Hopkins (1-4) March 18, 2006 March 24, 2007 March 22, 2008 March 15, 2009 March 27, 2010

American Lacrosse vs. #3 Johns Hopkins (in Honolulu, Hawaii)....................L, 15-7 at #13 Johns Hopkins.....................................................L, 20-4 vs. Johns Hopkins (in San Diego, Calif.)..........................L, 10-9 JOHNS HOPKINS..........................................................W, 12-10 at Johns Hopkins..........................................................L, 20-12

Old Dominion (2-0) Colonial Athletic March 10, 2012 OLD DOMINION.............................................................W, 10-9 March 30, 2013 at Old Dominion............................................................W, 10-9 Richmond (1-0) Feb. 24, 2008

Atlantic 10 at #18 Richmond...........................................................W, 17-5

La Salle (1-1) March 23, 2005 Feb. 19, 2012

Atlantic 10 at La Salle....................................................................L, 15-10 at La Salle.....................................................................W, 10-6

Le Moyne (2-0) March 1, 2008 March 28, 2009

Metro Atlantic LE MOYNE.....................................................................W, 15-7 at Le Moyne................................................................W, 17-11

Lehigh (1-0) March 31, 2007

Patriot League at Lehigh.....................................................................W, 11-10

Longwood (1-2) March 22, 2005 March 12, 2006 March 15, 2007

National Lacrosse vs. Longwood (in Baltimore, Md.)..................................L, 10-7 at Longwood................................................................L, 15-10 LONGWOOD...................................................................W, 11-8

Saint Mary’s (12-0) March 20, 2005 April 16, 2005 May 6, 2005 March 3, 2006 May 5, 2006 April 15, 2007 April 13, 2008 April 19, 2009 April 11, 2010 April 10, 2011 April 15, 2012 April 14, 2013

MPSF SAINT MARY’S...............................................................W, 19-6 at Saint Mary’s..............................................................W, 16-8 vs. Saint Mary’s (in Moraga, Calif.) *............................W, 16-12 SAINT MARY’S...............................................................W, 22-8 vs. Saint Mary’s (in Eugene, Ore.) *...............................W, 19-8 at Saint Mary’s..............................................................W, 15-7 SAINT MARY’S...............................................................W, 20-3 at Saint Mary’s.................................................................17-10 SAINT MARY’S...............................................................W, 12-9 at Saint Mary’s............................................................W, 16-10 at Saint Mary’s..............................................................W, 16-8 SAINT MARY’S...............................................................W, 19-9

Louisville (0-2) March 6, 2010 March 4, 2011

Big East #19 LOUISVILLE............................................................L, 13-10 at Louisville..................................................................L, 15-13

Marist (3-1) March 18, 2005 March 28, 2006 March 16, 2012 March 24, 2013

Metro Atlantic MARIST.......................................................................W, 19-11 at Marist.......................................................................W, 19-6 vs. Marist (in Lake Oswego, Ore.)...................................W, 17-6 at Marist..........................................................................L, 9-5

Navy (0-1) May 5, 2012

Patriot League vs. Navy (in Eugene, Ore.) %...................................L, 10-9 (OT)

New Hampshire (0-1)............................................................. America East April 20, 2008 at #15 New Hampshire....................................... L, 13-12 (2OT) History & Records Records

Northwestern (0-2) American Lacrosse Feb. 26, 2005 vs. #3 Northwestern (in Denver, Colo.)...........................L, 21-2 March 3, 2012 at #1 Northwestern........................................................L, 15-2

North Carolina (0-5) ACC April 1, 2005 #3 NORTH CAROLINA......................................................L, 21-8 Feb. 23, 2007 at #1 North Carolina.......................................................L, 16-4 March 11, 2008 #7 NORTH CAROLINA......................................................L, 14-9 Feb. 20, 2009 at #9 North Carolina.......................................................L, 15-7 Feb. 26, 2010 at #4 North Carolina.......................................................L, 22-5

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San Diego State (1-1) MPSF March 18, 2012 at San Diego State.........................................................W, 17-7 March 22, 2013 SAN DIEGO STATE..........................................................L, 12-10 St. Bonaventure (3-0)................................................................ Atlantic 10 March 8, 2007 ST. BONAVENTURE.......................................................W, 13-10 March 26, 2008 at St. Bonaventure............................................ W, 11-10 (3OT) Feb. 21, 2010 ST. BONAVENTURE.........................................................W, 22-8 Stanford (3-9) Feb. 12, 2005 Feb. 11, 2006 Feb. 10, 2007 May 5, 2007 Feb. 8, 2008 Feb. 7, 2009 April 16, 2010 April 15, 2011 May 1, 2011 April 13, 2012 April 29, 2012 April 19, 2013

MPSF STANFORD......................................................................L, 19-6 at Stanford.....................................................................L, 18-9 STANFORD.....................................................................W, 10-6 vs. Stanford (Davis, Calif.) *..............................................L, 8-2 at Stanford.......................................................................L, 8-7 #18 STANFORD...............................................................L, 17-5 at #15 Stanford..............................................................L, 18-7 #7 STANFORD...............................................................L, 18-13 vs. #6 Stanford (in Moraga, Calif.) *.............................L, 12-10 at Stanford....................................................................W, 13-7 vs. Stanford (in Stanford, Calif.) *................................W, 13-10 at #15 Stanford..............................................................L, 15-8

Home games in CAPS

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Temple (1-1) March 8, 2008 Feb. 17, 2012

Atlantic 10 vs. Temple (in Pasadena, Calif.).....................................W, 10-9 at Temple.....................................................................L, 14-12

Towson (0-1) Feb. 21, 2012

Colonial Athletic at Towson.......................................................................L, 16-5

UMBC (0-2) March 25, 2005 March 4, 2007

America East at UMBC.......................................................................L, 14-11 at UMBC................................................................L, 11-10 (OT)

USC (0-1) April 4, 2013

MPSF USC..............................................................................L, 12-10

Vermont (5-1) April 1, 2006 March 12, 2007 April 18, 2008 March 8, 2009 March 25, 2011 March 4, 2013

America East at Vermont....................................................................W, 15-7 VERMONT....................................................................W, 20-12 at Vermont.......................................................... W, 12-11 (OT) VERMONT......................................................................W, 10-6 at Vermont.....................................................................L, 11-9 VERMONT.......................................................... W, 14-13 (3OT)

All-Time Record Breakdown Overall....................................................................................................... 90-73 (.552) MPSF.......................................................................................................... 30-23 (.566) MPSF Tournament........................................................................................ 10-7 (.588) vs. Ranked Opponents.................................................................................. 3-30 (.090) vs. Non-Ranked Opponents........................................................................ 87-43 (.669) Home Games.............................................................................................. 39-22 (.639) Away Games.............................................................................................. 38-39 (.494) Neutral Games........................................................................................... 13-12 (.520) February..................................................................................................... 16-14 (.533) March......................................................................................................... 36-32 (.529) April........................................................................................................... 33-21 (.611) May................................................................................................................ 5-6 (.455) vs. America East............................................................................................. 7-8 (.467) vs. American Lacrosse.................................................................................... 3-8 (.273) vs. ACC............................................................................................................ 2-5 (.286) vs. Atlantic 10................................................................................................ 6-2 (.750) vs. Big East..................................................................................................... 5-5 (.500) vs. Big South.................................................................................................. 2-1 (.667) vs. Colonial Athletic........................................................................................ 2-7 (.222) vs. Ivy League................................................................................................. 3-2 (.600) vs. Metro Atlantic......................................................................................... 7-0 (1.000) vs. National Lacrosse...................................................................................... 7-2 (.778) vs. Patriot League........................................................................................... 5-3 (.625) Home games in CAPS

The Players

Virginia Tech (2-0) ACC Feb. 22, 2008 at Virginia Tech............................................................W, 14-13 April 11, 2009 VIRGINIA TECH.............................................................W, 15-10

William & Mary (0-2) Colonial Athletic Feb. 28, 2010 at #17 William & Mary.................................................L, 15-13 March 11, 2011 #18 WILLIAM & MARY....................................................L, 12-8

Coaching Staff

America East STONY BROOK.............................................................W, 13-11 at Stony Brook..............................................................L, 16-14 vs. Stony Brook (in Baltimore, Md.)...............................W, 11-8

Season Outlook

Stony Brook (2-1) April 11, 2006 March 30, 2007 Feb. 22, 2009

Oregon won a school-record 14 games in 2012.

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ALL-TIME AWARD WINNERS Inside Lacrosse All-America

Third Team 2008.............................................................Jen May (M)

WomensLacrosse.com All-America

Third Team 2008.............................................................Jen May (M)

IWLCA All-Region

Coaching Staff

First Team 2011.......................................................Alex Breiner (M) 2009.................................................. Alicia Burkhart (M) 2008.............................................................Jen May (M) Second Team 2012............................................... Jana Drummond (M) 2012.............................................. Caroline Federighi (G) 2010.......................................................Alex Breiner (M) 2009..................................................Anna Poponyak (G) 2008.................................................. Alicia Burkhart (M) 2008................................................Ilsa van den Berg (A) 2007.................................................. Alicia Burkhart (M) 2007................................................ Brooke Dieringer (A) 2007.............................................................Jen May (M)

History & Records Records

Season In Review

The Players

MPSF All-Conference *

First Team 2012............................................... Jana Drummond (M) 2012..................................................Colleen Taggart (D) 2012...................................................Kristina Barrett (A) 2012.............................................. Caroline Federighi (G) 2011............................................... Jana Drummond (M) 2011.......................................................Alex Breiner (M) 2010............................................... Jana Drummond (M) 2010.......................................................Alex Breiner (M) 2010..................................................Colleen Taggart (D) 2009.................................................. Alicia Burkhart (M) 2009................................................Ilsa van den Berg (A) 2009..........................................................Cara Mead (D) 2009..................................................Anna Poponyak (G) 2008.................................................. Alicia Burkhart (M) 2008.............................................................Jen May (M) 2008................................................Ilsa van den Berg (A) 2007.................................................. Alicia Burkhart (M) 2007................................................ Brooke Dieringer (A) 2007.............................................................Jen May (M) 2007................................................Ilsa van den Berg (A) 2006.................................................. Carrie Bateman (D) 2006.............................................................Jen May (M) 2005.......................................................Jana Bradley (A) 2005.............................................................Jen May (M) Second Team 2013.............................................. Caroline Federighi (G) 2013..................................................Carly O’Connell (M) 2013..................................................Shannon Propst (A) 2012.......................................................Nikki Puszcz (M) 2012.................................................Shannon Propst (M) 2012................................................ Jess Drummond (M) 2012..................................................... Lara Bennett (M) 2011...................................................Kristina Barrett (A)

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2011..................................................... Lara Bennett (M) 2011................................................ Jess Drummond (M) 2011........................................... Salliebeth Finnegan (G) 2010................................................ Jess Drummond (M) * The MPSF switched to a two-team All-Conference format in 2010.

MPSF Newcomer of the Year

2009............................................... Jana Drummond (M) 2008.......................................................Alex Breiner (M) 2005.............................................................Jen May (M)

MPSF All-Tournament Team

2012............................................... Jana Drummond (M) 2012................................................ Jess Drummond (M) 2012........................................... Caroline Federighi (G) # 2012.......................................................Nikki Puszcz (M) 2012..................................................Colleen Taggart (D) 2011.......................................................Alex Breiner (M) 2011................................................ Jess Drummond (M) 2011.............................................. Caroline Federighi (G) 2010.......................................................Alex Breiner (M) 2009......................................................Casey Rector (M) 2009................................................Ilsa van den Berg (A) 2008.................................................. Alicia Burkhart (M) 2008................................................... Jenny Browne (M) 2007.................................................. Alicia Burkhart (M) 2007.............................................................Jen May (M) 2006..................................................Anna Poponyak (G) 2006.......................................................Jana Bradley (A) 2005.....................................................Kate Fleming (M) # Tournament MVP

ESPN Academic All-District VIII

2008........................................................Jen May (2008)

IWLCA Honor Roll

2013.............................................. Caroline Federighi (G) 2013...................................................... Erika McCool (D) 2013.................................................Shannon Propst (M) 2013.......................................................Nikki Puszcz (M) 2013..................................................Chelsea Randel (M) 2012.............................................. Caroline Federighi (G) 2012..................................................... Lara Bennett (M) 2012.................................................Shannon Propst (M) 2012....................................Dominique Christiansen (M) 2011.....................................................Anna Swicklik (A) 2011..................................................Carolyn Wagner (D) 2010.....................................................Anna Swicklik (A) 2008.................................................. Carrie Bateman (D) 2008................................................... Jenny Browne (M)

MPSF All-Academic Team

2013................................................Bridget Morrison (D) 2013.............................................. Caroline Federighi (G) 2013...................................................... Erika McCool (D) 2013..................................................Shannon Propst (A) 2013.......................................................Nikki Puszcz (M) 2013.....................................................Hayley Milner (A) 2013......................................................... Sami Kiser (M) 2013..................................................... Devon Frazer (M) 2013.....................................................Casey Brogan (M)

2013.....................................................Raleigh Cavey (D) 2012.............................................. Caroline Federighi (G) 2012.......................................................Nikki Puszcz (M) 2012..................................................Shannon Propst (A) 2012...................................................... Erika McCool (D) 2012.................................................. Maggie Kovacs (M) 2012.....................................................Hayley Milner (A) 2012....................................Dominique Christiansen (M) 2012..................................................... Lara Bennett (M) 2012......................................................... Sami Kiser (M) 2012................................................Bridget Morrison (D) 2012............................................... Jana Drummond (M) 2011..................................................... Lara Bennett (M) 2011.................................................. Maggie Kovacs (M) 2011................................................Bridget Morrison (D) 2011.....................................................Callie Wagner (D) 2010...................................................Kelly Jablonski (M) 2010................................................. Kerry McCulloch (D) 2010.....................................................Callie Wagner (D) 2010....................................Dominique Christiansen (M) 2010..................................................... Lara Bennett (M) 2010.................................................. Anna Swicklick (M) 2010.....................................................Kaitlyn Pasko (M) 2009.................................................. Alicia Burkhart (M) 2009................................................Ilsa van den Berg (A) 2009..........................................................Cara Mead (D) 2009..................................................Anna Poponyak (G) 2008.............................................................Jen May (M) 2008.................................................. Carrie Bateman (D) 2008................................................... Jenny Browne (M) 2008.................................................. Alicia Burkhart (M) 2008.........................................................Erin Gaebe (M) 2008....................................................Lindsay Killian (A) 2008......................................................... Liora Lobel (D) 2008.........................................................Cara Mead (M) 2008.....................................................Kaitlyn Pasko (M) 2008..................................................Anna Poponyak (G) 2008................................................Ilsa van den Berg (A) 2008................................................ Theresa Waldron (A) 2007.................................................. Carrie Bateman (D) 2007.................................................. Alicia Burkhart (M) 2007.................................................... Jenny Browne (A) 2007................................................ Brooke Dieringer (A) 2007.....................................................Kate Fleming (M) 2007....................................................Lindsay Killian (A) 2007......................................................... Liora Lobel (D) 2007.............................................................Jen May (M) 2007..................................................Anna Poponyak (G) 2006.................................................. Carrie Bateman (D) 2006................................................... Jenny Browne (M) 2006.....................................................Kate Fleming (M) 2006.........................................................Erin Gaebe (M) 2006....................................................Lindsay Killian (A) 2006......................................................... Liora Lobel (D) 2006.............................................................Jen May (M) 2006.........................................................Cara Mead (M) 2006...............................................Allison O’Brien (2006 2006..................................................Anna Poponyak (G) 2006............................................... Theresa Waldron (M)

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*Denotes MPSF Game Home games in CAPS ^ in Denver, Colo. $ in Baltimore, Md. # MPSF Tournament Quarterfinals (in Moraga, Calif.) % MPSF Tournament Fifth Place Game (in Moraga, Calif.)

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2008 (13-7, 2-3)

2010 (7-11, 3-3)

H: 3-3, A: 7-2, N: 3-2 Feb 8 at Stanford *........................................ L, 8-7 Feb 10 at UC Davis *.....................................W, 15-5 Feb 22 at Virginia Tech...............................W, 14-13 Feb 24 at #18 Richmond..............................W, 17-5 Mar 1 LE MOYNE.........................................W, 15-7 Mar 6 vs. #11 Notre Dame $......................W, 14-13 Mar 8 vs. Temple ^.....................................W, 10-9 Mar 11 #7 NORTH CAROLINA......................... L, 14-9 Mar 16 COLUMBIA......................................W, 17-10 Mar 22 vs. #22 Johns Hopkins $..................... L, 10-9 Mar 25 at St. Bonaventure..................L, 11-10 (3OT) Mar 30 at Colgate.........................................W, 11-9 Apr 5 DENVER *......................................... L, 13-12 Apr 12 CALIFORNIA *.................................... L, 12-8 Apr 13 SAINT MARY’S *................................W, 20-3 Apr 18 at Vermont............................. W, 12-11 (OT) Apr 20 at #16 New Hampshire...........L, 13-12 (2OT) Apr 30 vs. UC Davis #....................................W, 14-9 May 1 vs. #18 Denver %............................. L, 18-12 May 2 vs. California &....................................W, 9-8 *Denotes MPSF Game Home games in CAPS $ in San Diego, Calif. ^ in Pasadena, Calif. # MPSF Tournament Quarterfinals (in Berkeley, Calif.) % MPSF Tournament Semifinals (in Berkeley, Calif.) & MPSF Tournament Third Place Game (in Berkeley, Calif.)

H: 4-3, A: 3-7, N: 0-1 Feb 13 at Jacksonville..................................W, 22-6 Feb 21 ST. BONAVENTURE............................W, 22-8 Feb 26 at #4 North Carolina.......................... L, 22-5 Feb 28 at #17 William & Mary..................... L, 15-13 Mar 6 #19 LOUISVILLE................................ L, 13-10 Mar 13 IONA...............................................W, 15-11 Mar 20 CINCINNATI.......................................W, 14-8 Mar 22 at #19 Hofstra.................................... L, 21-8 Mar 25 at Delaware..................................... L, 12-11 Mar 27 at Johns Hopkins............................. L, 20-12 Mar 30 at Florida........................................... L, 16-6 Apr 4 at Fresno State *...............................W, 18-6 Apr 9 CALIFORNIA *.................................... L, 12-5 Apr 11 SAINT MARY’S *................................W, 12-9 Apr 16 at #15 Stanford *............................... L, 18-7 Apr 18 at UC Davis *.....................................W, 14-6 Apr 24 #20 DENVER *...................................... L, 9-7 Apr 28 vs. UC Davis #................................... L, 13-11 *Denotes MPSF Game Home games in CAPS # MPSF Tournament Quarterfinals (in Denver, Colo.)

History & Records

*Denotes MPSF Game Home games in CAPS $ in Baltimore, Md. ^ in Honolulu, Hawaii # MPSF Tournament Quarterfinals (in Eugene, Ore.) % MPSF Tournament Semifinals (in Eugene, Ore.) & MPSF Tournament Third Place Game (in Eugene, Ore.)

*Denotes MPSF Game Home games in CAPS # MPSF Tournament Semifinals (in Davis, Calif.) % MPSF Tournament Third Place Game (in Davis, Calif.)

*Denotes MPSF Game Home games in CAPS $ in Baltimore, Md. ^ in Providence, R.I. # MPSF Tournament Quarterfinals (in Stanford, Calif.) % MPSF Tournament Semifinals (in Stanford, Calif.)

H: 6-1, A: 4-2, N: 2-2 Feb 7 #18 STANFORD *................................ L, 17-5 Feb 14 UC DAVIS *........................................W, 13-6 Feb 20 at #9 North Carolina.......................... L, 15-7 Feb 22 vs. Stony Brook $..............................W, 11-8 Mar 6 FRESNO STATE *................................W, 20-0 Mar 8 VERMONT.........................................W, 10-6 Mar 15 JOHNS HOPKINS..............................W, 12-10 Mar 21 COLGATE.........................................W, 14-11 Mar 24 at Brown...........................................W, 10-9 Mar 26 vs. Delaware ^.................................... L, 6-5 Mar 28 at Le Moyne....................................W, 17-11 Apr 4 at Denver *.......................................W, 11-9 Apr 11 VIRGINIA TECH................................W, 15-10 Apr 17 at California *...........................L, 13-12 (OT) Apr 19 at Saint Mary’s *.............................W, 17-10 Apr 22 vs. Fresno State #..............................W, 19-2 Apr 24 vs. California %.................................. L, 10-9

Season In Review

H: 5-4, A: 4-4, N: 1-1 Feb 11 at Stanford *...................................... L, 18-9 Feb 26 at UC Davis *.....................................W, 13-6 Mar 3 SAINT MARY’S *................................W, 22-8 Mar 5 #11 GEORGETOWN............................. L, 16-6 Mar 10 at Davidson.....................................W, 13-11 Mar 12 vs. Longwood $............................... L, 15-10 Mar 18 vs. #3 Johns Hopkins ^...................... L, 15-7 Mar 25 OHIO.................................................W, 12-6 Mar 28 at Marist...........................................W, 19-6 Mar 30 at Colgate.......................................... L, 15-7 Apr 1 at Vermont.......................................W, 15-7 Apr 7 DENVER *......................................... L, 14-13 Apr 11 STONY BROOK.................................W, 13-11 Apr 13 HOLY CROSS....................................W, 13-12 Apr 15 at Boston University.......................... L, 19-8 Apr 30 CALIFORNIA *.................................... L, 12-4 May 5 vs. Saint Mary’s #..............................W, 19-8 May 6 vs. Denver %...................................... L, 14-6 May 7 vs. California &....................................W, 9-8

2009 (12-5, 4-2)

H: 6-0, A: 5-6, N: 1-1 Feb 10 #16 STANFORD *...............................W, 10-6 Feb 18 UC DAVIS *........................................W, 12-6 Feb 23 at #1 North Carolina.......................... L, 16-4 Feb 25 at Davidson.......................................W, 14-1 Mar 2 at Georgetown................................... L, 11-8 Mar 4 at UMBC....................................L, 11-10 (OT) Mar 8 ST. BONAVENTURE..........................W, 13-10 Mar 12 VERMONT.......................................W, 20-12 Mar 15 LONGWOOD......................................W, 11-8 Mar 17 COLGATE.........................................W, 16-11 Mar 24 at #13 Johns Hopkins......................... L, 20-4 Mar 28 at Columbia....................................W, 13-12 Mar 30 at Stony Brook................................. L, 16-14 Mar 31 at Lehigh........................................W, 11-10 Apr 14 CALIFORNIA *.................................W, 16-10 Apr 15 at Saint Mary’s *...............................W, 15-7 Apr 21 at #16 Denver *................................. L, 20-6 May 5 vs. Stanford #....................................... L, 8-2 May 6 vs. California %...................................W, 8-7

The Players

2006 (10-9, 2-3)

2007 (12-7, 4-1)

Coaching Staff

H: 2-3, A: 3-5, N: 1-3 Feb 12 STANFORD *....................................... L, 19-6 Feb 25 at Denver *...................................... L, 17-12 Feb 26 vs. #3 Northwestern ^...................... L, 21-2 Mar 6 UC DAVIS *......................................... L, 11-9 Mar 12 COLGATE............................................ L, 15-9 Mar 18 MARIST...........................................W, 19-11 Mar 20 SAINT MARY’S...................................W, 19-6 Mar 22 vs. Longwood $................................. L, 10-7 Mar 23 at La Salle........................................ L, 15-10 Mar 25 at UMBC........................................... L, 14-11 Apr 1 at #3 North Carolina.......................... L, 21-8 Apr 2 at Davidson.......................................W, 16-6 Apr 16 at Saint Mary’s *...............................W, 16-8 Apr 24 at California *.................................... L, 19-8 Apr 30 at Ohio................................................W, 9-7 May 5 vs. UC Davis #....................................... L, 7-6 May 6 vs. Saint Mary’s %...........................W, 16-12

Season Outlook

2005 (6-11, 1-4)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2011 (8-9, 4-2)

2013 (8-9, 3-5)

*Denotes MPSF Game Home games in CAPS # MPSF Tournament Semifinals (in Moraga, Calif.) % MPSF Tournament Championship (in Moraga, Calif.)

*Denotes MPSF Game Home Games in CAPS

H: 3-3, A: 4-5, N: 1-1 Feb 20 #20 HOFSTRA............................L, 12-11 (OT) Feb 25 FRESNO STATE *................................W, 18-5 Feb 27 JACKSONVILLE..................................W, 15-9 Mar 4 at Louisville..................................... L, 15-13 Mar 6 at Cincinnati.....................................W, 16-5 Mar 11 #18 WILLIAM & MARY........................ L, 12-8 Mar 21 at Iona................................................W, 8-7 Mar 23 at #18 Dartmouth............................ L, 12-10 Mar 25 at Vermont........................................ L, 11-9 Mar 27 at #14 Albany...................................... L, 7-6 Apr 8 at California *.................................W, 16-14 Apr 10 at Saint Mary’s *.............................W, 16-10 Apr 15 #7 STANFORD *................................ L, 18-13 Apr 17 UC DAVIS *........................................W, 19-7 Apr 23 at Denver *........................................ L, 14-9 Apr 29 vs. Denver #........................................W, 7-4 May 1 vs. #6 Stanford %............................ L, 12-10

H: 5-5, A: 3-4, N: 0-0 Feb 23 #12 DARTMOUTH..........................L, 8-7 (OT) Feb 24 CINCINNATI.......................................W, 16-5 Mar 2 HIGH POINT........................................W, 7-6 Mar 4 VERMONT............................. W, 14-13 (3OT) Mar 8 DAVIDSON...........................................W, 7-6 Mar 16 #2 FLORIDA........................................ L, 13-5 Mar 22 SAN DIEGO STATE *.......................... L, 12-10 Mar 24 at Marist.............................................. L, 9-5 Mar 26 at Connecticut..........................L, 16-14 (OT) Mar 30 at Old Dominion...............................W, 10-9 Apr 4 USC *............................................... L, 12-10 Apr 7 CALIFORNIA *.................................. L, 14-10 Apr 10 at Fresno State *...............................W, 18-8 Apr 14 SAINT MARY’S *................................W, 19-9 Apr 19 at #15 Stanford *............................... L, 15-8 Apr 21 at UC Davis *.....................................W, 15-8 Apr 26 at #11 Denver *................................. L, 14-6

History & Records Records

Season In Review

The Players

2012 (14-5, 7-0)

H: 5-1, A: 5-4, N: 4-0 Feb 17 at Temple......................................... L, 14-12 Feb 19 at La Salle.........................................W, 10-6 Feb 21 at Towson.......................................... L, 16-5 Feb 26 CALIFORNIA *...................................W, 10-9 Mar 3 at #1 Northwestern........................... L, 15-2 Mar 10 OLD DOMINION.................................W, 10-9 Mar 16 vs. Marist $.......................................W, 17-6 Mar 18 at San Diego State *.........................W, 17-7 Mar 25 at High Point................................... L, 13-10 Mar 27 at Davidson.......................................W, 12-8 Apr 1 vs. Cincinnati ^..............................W, 20-10 Apr 6 FRESNO STATE *................................W, 21-4 Apr 8 UC DAVIS *......................................W, 16-13 Apr 13 at Stanford *.....................................W, 13-7 Apr 15 at Saint Mary’s *...............................W, 16-8 Apr 21 DENVER *..........................................W, 13-8 Apr 27 vs. California #................................W, 14-11 Apr 29 vs. Stanford %................................W, 13-10 May 5 vs. Navy !....................................L, 10-9 (OT) *Denotes MPSF Game Home games in CAPS $ in Lake Oswego, Ore. ^ in Edgewater, Md. # MPSF Tournament Semifinals (in Stanford, Calif.) % MPSF Tournament Championship (in Stanford, Calif.) ! NCAA Tournament Play-In Game (in Eugene, Ore.)

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Anderson, Kelsi....................................................... 2011

Jones, Hannah....................................................2008-10 Johnson, Holly............................................ 2013

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Season In Review

Federighi, Caroline................................ 2011-13 Finnegan, Salliebeth..........................................2010-13 Fleming, Kate.....................................................2005-07 Fowler, Emily........................................................... 2005 Frazer, Devon........................................ 2012-13

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Davidson, Catherine...........................................2009-10 Debow, Sam.......................................................2007-10 Dieringer, Brooke.................................................... 2007 Dorsch, Louisa......................................................... 2005 Drummond, Jana...............................................2009-12 Drummond, Jess................................................2009-12

Killian, Lindsay...................................................2005-08 Kiser, Sami............................................ 2011-13 Kovacs, Maggie..................................................2010-12

Valdez, Courtney........................................ 2013 van den Berg, Ilsa...............................................2006-09

Coaching Staff

Barrett, Kristina..................................................2009-12 Barrett, Shelby...................................................2011-12 Bateman, Carrie.................................................2005-08 Bennett, Lara.....................................................2009-12 Bradley, Jana......................................................2005-08 Breiner, Alex.......................................................2008-11 Brogan, Casey........................................ 2012-13 Brown, Kristen...................................................2006-07 Browne, Jenny...................................................2005-08 Burkhart, Alicia..................................................2006-09

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University Administration Dr. Michael Gottfredson President • Second Year

Dr. Michael R. Gottfredson joined the University of Oregon as its 17th president in 2012. Previously, he was a professor of criminology, law, and society and of sociology at the University of California, Irvine, where he also served as executive vice chancellor and provost since 2000. Gottfredson holds a Ph.D. and an M.A. from the State University of New York, Albany, and an A.B. from the University of California, Davis. His research and teaching specialties are the causes of crime and delinquency and the criminal justice process. He (with Travis Hirschi) is well known for the development of the self-control theory of crime and delinquency and for the study of how these behaviors relate to age. The theory has stimulated a great deal of research, and their description of how and why age relates to crime has become central to research, theory, and policy about crime and delinquency. Gottfredson’s work on victimization led to the development of the “lifestyle/ opportunity” theory of criminal victimization, a prominent explanation for differential risks from crime. His systematic study (with Don Gottfredson) of how arrest, prosecution, and sentencing decisions are made in criminal justice contributed to greater understanding of the use of discretion and to the widespread use of structured guidelines in the criminal law. As an administrator, he led a major expansion of the UC-Irvine infrastructure, blending state, campus, and private support. He helped to create the California Institute for Telecommunications and Technology, including the construction of a $55 million research facility, and the new public law school. Gottfredson is the author or editor (with others) of several books, including Control Theories of Crime and Delinquency (2003); Personal Liberty and Community Safety (1995); The Generality of Deviance (1994); A General Theory of Crime (1990); Decision-making in Criminal Justice (1988); Positive Criminology (1987); Policy Guidelines for Bail: An Experiment in Court Reform (1985); Understanding Crime (1980); and Victims of Personal Crime (1978). He has published numerous articles in journals, including Criminology, American Journal of Sociology, American Sociological Review, Advances in Criminological Theory, and various law reviews. He has frequently consulted with state, county, and federal governments concerning criminal justice policy. Gottfredson is a Fellow of the American Society of Criminology and was the Andersen Consulting “Professor of the Year” in 1996 at the University of Arizona’s College of Business and Public Administration. Prior to joining UC-Irvine, Gottfredson served in several positions at the University of Arizona from 1985 to 2000, including interim senior vice president for academic affairs and provost, vice provost, and vice president of Undergraduate Education. Other academic position Gottfredson has held include associate professor at the Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California, from 1983-1985; associate professor of sociology, University of Illinois, Urbana, from 1981 to 1983; assistant professor at the Graduate School of Criminal Justice, State University of New York at Albany from 1977 to 1979; and director of the Criminal Justice Research Center in Albany, New York, from 1976 to 1979. He is married to Karol Gottfredson, who was the coordinator of the Intern Teacher Credential Program at UC-Irvine. The Gottfredsons have a daughter, Katherine, a son, Bryan, a daughter-in-law, Meghan, and two young granddaughters.

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Rob Mullens

Director of Athletics Fourth Year University of West Virginia B.A., M.A. Since being named the University of Oregon’s 12th director of intercollegiate athletics on July 15, 2010, Rob Mullens has wasted little time in putting his own stamp on the continual success of the Ducks’ athletics department while being the beneficiary of one of the most successful eras in school history. Mullens arrived at Oregon from the University of Kentucky, where he served as deputy director of athletics and managed day-today operations of Kentucky’s 22-sport athletics department, with an annual operating budget of $79 million. His background is in accounting and auditing, and he promoted sound fiscal management and self-sufficiency at the University of Kentucky. During his total of eight years at Kentucky, the athletic department’s operating budget expanded by nearly 70 percent. Fundraising for the department hit record levels each of the past seven years prior to his departure. In his brief tenure in Eugene, he has implemented his philosophy of financial efficiency while overseeing an $87.8 million budget for the coming year, in addition to enhancing the department’s model of self-sufficiency. He also was at the helm as the Ducks opened their spectacular Matthew Knight Arena, witnessed the football team thrive in the BCS National Championship game as one of the school’s 12 programs advancing to post-season play, and proudly watched as the school claimed national championships in women’s indoor track & field and acrobatics and tumbling. Off the field, Mullens was just as excited to witness an accumulated graduation rate of 75 percent among all of the Ducks’ student-athletes, a single-season best six first-team Capital One Academic All-Americans and 105 academic all-conference honorees. Prior to being named deputy director of athletics at Kentucky in 2006, Mullens began as the university’s executive associate director of athletics in 2002. He served at the Unviersity of Maryland from 1996-2002, starting as assistant director of athletics for business and ultimately as executive senior associate director of athletics and chief of staff. The West Virginia native was senior athletics business manager at the University of Miami (Fla.) from 1994 to 1996, and prior to that he was an account/auditor at Ernst & Young in Raleigh, N.C. Mullens (7/19/69) went to school at West Virginia University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in sport management. He and his wife, Jane, have two sons, Cooper (9) and Tanner (6).

2014 LACROSSE MEDIA GUIDE


Date February 9 11

Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Sunday Tuesday

at Stetson vs. Coastal Carolina

DeLand, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.

10 a.m. 8:30 a.m.

March 1 3 14 15 22 26 30

Saturday Monday Friday Saturday Saturday Wednesday Sunday

at Temple at Robert Morris Connecticut Fresno State* Presbyterian at Ohio State at Cincinnatti

Philadelphia, Pa. Moon Township, Pa. Papé Field Papé Field Papé Field Columbus, Ohio Cincinnatti, Ohio

10 a.m. 9 a.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. Noon 1 p.m. 9 a.m.

April 3 6 11 13 18 20 25 27

Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday Friday Sunday

at California*# at St. Mary’s* Stanford*# UC Davis* at USC* at San Diego State* Denver* Colorado*

Berkeley, Calif. Moraga, Calif. Papé Field Papé Field Los Angeles, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Papé Field Papé Field

7 p.m. Noon 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. Noon

May 1 2 4

Thursday Friday Sunday

MPSF Championships MPSF Championships MPSF Championship Game

Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Color.

TBA TBA 10 a.m.

All times PACIFIC • Home games are listed BOLD *Denotes MPSF Conference match #Pac-12 Networks televised match


2014 lax guide