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Location: ......................................................................................Providence, Rhode Island 02918 Founded: ...........................................................................................................................................1917 Enrollment: ......................................................................................................................................3,852 President: .........................................................................................Reverend Brian J. Shanley, O.P. Denomination: ............................................................................................... Catholic (Dominican) Associate VP/Athletics Director: .................................................................Robert G. Driscoll, Jr. Assistant VP/Executive Associate AD/SWA: .............................................................. Jill LaPoint Associate Athletic Director/External Relations: .............................................. Steve Napolillo Associate Athletic Director/Student-Athlete Development: ................... Nicholas Reggio Associate Athletic Director/Sports Information/Marketing: ............................Arthur Parks Associate Athletic Director/Facilities and Game Mgmt.: ..............................Carl LaBranche Associate Athletic Director/Compliance: ................................................................ Joe Nicastro Associate Athletic Director/Business: ............................................................... Marcus Blossom Associate Athletic Director/Sports Medicine: ........................................................... John Rock Director of Athletic Media Relations:.......................................................... Jennifer Rynearson Director of Athletic Marketing:..................................................................................... Katie Judge Conference: .............................................................................................BIG EAST, NCAA Division I Nickname: ........................................................................................................................................Friars Colors: ..............................................................................................................Black, White and Silver Home Field: ....................................................................................Lennon Family Field (Astoturf ) Head Coach: ...........................................................Diane Madl (Connecticut ‘89), 11th season Record at Providence (Career): ............................................................................ 95-104 (95-104) Assistant Coach: ....................................................................................Lisa Wasser (Louisville '07) Assistant Coach/Goalkeeping: ...................................................... Deb Hagie (Providence '93) Field Hockey Office Phone: .....................................................(401) 865-1518, (401) 865-1718 2011 Record: .....................................................................................................................................4-14 2011 BIG EAST Record/Finish: ........................................................................................... 1-5/T-6th 2012 BIG EAST Preseason Coaches' Poll: ..................................................................................6th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ...................................................................................................14/5 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................................................................................................................8/3 Newcomers: ............................................................................................................................................. 7 Team Captains:...................................................................Emilie Stehly '13, Kathi Weidman '13 Assistant Captain:.....................................................................Sally Adua '14, Kasey Bulman '14 Sports Information Contact: ...................................................................................Jen Rynearson Email: .........................................................................................................jrynears@providence.edu Sports Information Phone: ......................................................................................(401) 865-2208 Sports Information Fax: ............................................................................................(401) 865-2583 Athletic Website: .......................................................................................................www.Friars.com Twitter: ....................................................................................................................... @PCFieldHockey

LENNON FAMILY FIELD Home Facility of the Friar Field Hockey Program The 2012 Providence College Field Hockey Online Team Guide is published by the Providence College Athletic Department and all rights are reserved. All information in this guide is property of the Providence College Athletic Department. Editor: Jen Rynearson. Editorial Assistance: Laura Nagel, Dominic Channon. Cover Design: Dominic Channon. Photography: Tom Maguire, David Silverman, Jen Rynearson and Ashley Daubenmire

2012 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY ROSTER No.

Name Kathi Weidman Kasey Bulman Emily Matthews Jackie Fusco Cheyenne Rodriguez Hillary Anderson Emilie Stehly Caitlin Malone Mimi Beck Callie Vitalo Rachael Paul Henni Tietze Emily Jensen Kaleigh FitzPatrick Salene Shaffer Jen Abrams Brittany Ross Sally Adua Emma Mackie Steph Guglielmo Daniella Bernasconi Sam Mueller Deidra Clymer

Head Coach: Diane Madl (Connecticut '89, 11th Season) Assistant Coach: Lisa Wasser (Louisville '07, 2nd Season) Assistant Coach/Goalkeeping: Deb Hagie (Providence '93, 7th Season) Captains: Emilie Stehly '13, Kathi Weidman '13 Assistant Captain: Sally Adua '14, Kasey Bulman '14

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Hometown/High School Millersville, Pa./Penn Manor Farmingdale, N.J./St. John Vianney Marshfield, Mass./Thayer Academy North Caldwell, N.J./West Essex Regional Hummelstown, Pa./Hershey Barrington, R.I./Barrington Valley Center, Calif./Valley Center Ossining, N.Y./Ossining Short Hills, N.J./Oak Knoll School East Setauket, N.Y./Ward Melville Waltham, Mass./Brewster Academy Sankt Augustin, Germany/Gymnasium Schloss Hagerhof Blandon, Pa./Fleetwood Area Dedham, Mass./Noble and Greenough School Millerstown, Pa./Greenwood Reading, Mass./Reading Memorial Scarborough, Maine/Scarborough Madison, Conn./Daniel Hand Delta, British Columbia/South Delta Secondary School Castle Rock, Colo./St. Mary's Academy Hopewell Junction, N.Y./John Jay Fishkill Chester Springs, Pa./Villa Maria Academy South Windsor, Conn./South Windsor


FIELD HOCKEY STAFF Diane Madl became the program’s sixth head coach all-time on February 4, 2002 and will embark on her 11th season with the Friars in 2012. Madl and her staff have helped to rebuild the Friar field hockey program, enjoying some of the most successful seasons in program history. Providence has qualified for the four-team BIG EAST Championship in four of the last six seasons under Madl's guidance. The Friars also captured the BIG EAST Conference regular-season title in 2006 and advanced to the HEAD COACH 11th SEASON championship game of the conference tournament twice (2006, 2007). ALMA MATER: CONNECTICUT '89 During Madl's first three seasons on the sidelines, the team still played on a grass surface. During that initial stretch, the team posted a 26-33 record, while attempting to change the culture of the program under its new leadership. In 2005, Providence field hockey started a new era with the opening of the Friar Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex, which has recently been renamed Lennon Family Field. The complex is a state-of-the-art Astroturf facility that has helped to springboard the program back on to the national scene. The Friars' run of success began in 2006 in what is described as one of the most celebrated seasons in program history. The Friars posted an 18-4 overall record and captured the BIG EAST Conference Regular-Season title. Providence’s 18 victories in 2006 are tied for second most all-time in program history, while the Friars’ five league victories mark a program best. The program quickly found itself among the nation's best and was ranked in the NFHCA Division I National Coaches’ Poll for nine-consecutive weeks, including seven-straight weeks in the top-15. At season’s end, the Friars earned a final ranking of 11th. Madl was honored as the BIG EAST Conference Coach of the Year, Dita/NFHCA Division I Northeast Region Coach of the Year and Words Unlimited Coach of the Year. That same year, Lauren Sickel and Rachel Chamberlain became the first Friars since 1997 to claim AllAmerica honors, as both players were named to the third team. Chamberlain was tabbed BIG EAST Conference Goalkeeper of the Year and was one of five players to earn All-BIG EAST honors and NFHCA All-Region honors. The ride continued in 2007, as PC posted a 14-8 overall record, including a 4-2 mark in the BIG EAST. The Friars advanced to the BIG EAST Championship game for the second-straight year, after defeating No. 11 Louisville, 2-0, in the semifinals. The Friars dropped a, 1-0, decision to No. 4 Connecticut in the championship game the next day. In 2008, the Friars advanced to the BIG EAST Tournament for the third-straight season after posting a 12-9 overall record (3-3 BIG EAST). Four Friars earned All-BIG EAST and/or NFHCA All-Northeast Region accolades at season's end. Nellie Poulin became the ninth Friar in program history, and third player under the direction of Madl, to earn All-America honors as a member of the Third Team. Poulin went on to represent New England for the second-straight season at the U.S. Field Hockey High Performance Women's National Championship (2009), and finished as the tournament's top scorer with five goals in six games. Jaime Lipski joined Poulin on the New England team in 2009 and earned herself an invitation to U.S. Junior National Camp. Lipski is the first player to earn a Junior National Camp invitation under Madl's tutelage. The 2009 season featured one of the most challenging schedules in the nation A QUICK LOOK AT COACH MADL and the team finished the year with a 10-10 Hometown: Mountaintop, Pennsylvania overall record (3-3 BIG EAST). Of the Friars Alma Mater: Connecticut, 1989 10 losses, eight were decided by one goal, Coaching Experience: including five, one-goal losses to opponents USA Field Hockey Level III Coaching Accreditation, 2009 ranked in the top-10 of the national poll. Head Coach • Providence College, 2002-present Head Coach Diane Madl played for the U.S. National Providence made its fourth-straight appear- Team and competed at the 1996 Olympic Games in AtlanAssistant Coach • Univ. of Maine, 1993-2001 ance at the BIG EAST Field Hockey Champi- ta, Georgia. Collegiately, she was a two-time All-America Head Coach USA/Canadian Challenge Cup (U-19), 2005 onship, but fell to then-No. 5 Syracuse, 2-1, selection at Connecticut and was named the Honda BrodAssistant Coach U.S. Olympic Development Select/ in the semifinals. The Friars concluded the erick Award Winner in 1989, as the top field hockey player in the nation. Futures Elite International Easter Tourn. (U-16), 2007 season ranked 23rd in the NCAA RPI and Futures Development Invitational Camp, 2004-2006 were ranked as high as No. 19 in the NFHCA Asst. Coach New England/Boston Senior HPTC, 2006-12 National Coaches' Poll. Poulin earned All-America honors for the second-straight season as B-Camp, 2004 a member of the NFHCA Second-Team, and became one of just four players in program hisNational Team Experience: tory to earn All-America honors multiple times. Olympic Games • Atlanta, Georgia - 1996 The Friars are coming off of two uncharacteristic seasons in 2010 and 2011, during Champions Trophy - 1995 which the team posted a 5-13 mark in 2010 and a 4-14 record in 2011. Three Friars earned Inter-Continental Cup - 1989 and 1995 All-BIG EAST honors during the two-year stretch, including current Friar sophomore Henni World Cup - 1990 Tietze (Sankt Augustin, Germany), who was honored on the Second Team in 2011. World University Games - 1989 In 2012, Madl and her staff are excited about the team's potential and have their sights Collegiate Playing Experience: set on a return trip to the postseason. The Friars return 14 letter winners, including eight University of Connecticut, 1985-1989 starters from 2011. Providence also welcomes seven talented newcomers to the team, inHonors & Awards: cluding six freshmen and one graduate student. Two-time All-America selection, 1987-88 During Madl’s 10 seasons on the sidelines, she has helped to mentor three players, who Honda Broderick Award winner, 1989 earned All-America honors a total of four times. She also has helped to develop a total of 29 Inducted into Luzerne County Hall of Fame, 2005 All-BIG EAST selections and 27 All-Northeast Region honorees. More importantly, her teams BIG EAST Coach of the Year, 2006 have competed just as fiercely in the classroom. Madl has had the privilege of coaching NFHCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year, 2006 24 student-athletes who have earned NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad honors a Words Unlimited Female Sport Coach of the Year, 2006 total of 53 times, and 50 players who have been named to the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Inducted into Pennsylvania Athletic Hall of Fame, 2008 Team a total of 117 times. 2 - 2012 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS


FIELD HOCKEY STAFF Madl, a native of Mountaintop, Pa., was a three-sport stand-out in field hockey, basketball and softball at Crestwood High School. Upon completion of her high school career, she went on to play field hockey at UConn from 1985-88. While at UConn, she helped the Huskies capture the National Championship in 1985. She was a two-time All-America selection (1987, 1988) and earned the Honda Broderick Award upon the completion of her career, as the top collegiate field hockey player in the nation. Madl also earned Academic All-America honors and graduated magna cum laude, with a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1989. Madl went on to play for the U.S. National Team and competed in a multitude of events for Team USA, including the World University Games (1989), World Cup (1990), Inter-Continental Cup (1989 and 1995) and the Champions Trophy (1995). She reached the pinnacle of her playing career in 1996 as a member of the U.S. National Team that competed in the Olympic Games, held in Atlanta, Georgia. Madl remains active with Futures, having coached the U-19 team in the USA/Canadian Challenge Cup (2005) and assisted the U-16 team that participated in the U.S. Olympic Development Select/Futures Elite International Easter Tournament in the Netherlands (2007). Madl also has served as an assistant coach for USA Field Hockey High Performance Women’s National Championship New England Team (2006-2008), and assisted the team at the New England Training Center in 2009 prior to the Women's National Championship. In 2010 and 2011, Madl continued her involvement with HPTC as an assistant at the training center for Boston's Senior Team, under the new format for the Women's National Championship. She returned to the sidelines as an assistant for New England at the Women's National Championship in 2012. Madl earned her U.S. Field Hockey Level III Coaching Accreditation in 2009, which is the highest coaching accreditation in the U.S. system. With the accreditation, Madl is eligible to work with the U.S. National Team programs. Madl’s coaching career began at the University of Maine as an assistant in 1993. She remained with the Black Bear program for nine seasons. In addition to her success at Providence and her activity within the circles of U.S. Field Hockey, Madl has taken ownership of Circle to Circle Field Hockey Camps, LLC., which came to fruition in 2005. Madl was inducted into the Luzerne County (Pa.) Athletic Hall of Fame in 2005, and was inducted into the Pennsylvania State Athletic Hall of Fame on May 18, 2008. She is the daughter of Ruth Ann and David Madl.

Linda Mathinas Mary Beth Alexander Kate Denning Jackie Barto Bill Davidson Diane Madl 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

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ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS 1976 (1) 1977-1978 (2) 1979-1984 (6) 1985-1997 (13) 1998-2001 (4) 2002-present (10) 1976-present (36)

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ASSISTANT COACH 2nd SEASON ALMA MATER: LOUISVILLE '07

Lisa Wasser was named assistant field hockey coach at Providence on March 16, 2011. Wasser's embarks on her second season with the Friars in 2012. Wasser comes to Providence after two seasons as an assistant coach at Miami University (Ohio). She helped guide the Red Hawks to two-consecutive MAC Championship games (2009, 2010) and the program's first-ever MAC Regular-Season Title in 2010. Wasser was instrumental in the recruitment of the Red Hawk's rookie class during the team's successful 2010 campaign, of which five were members of the starting line-up and were important contributors. In addition to her experience at Miami, Wasser also spent two seasons as a graduate assistant at NCAA Division III Wilkes University in Pennsylvania. While there, she helped lead the Colonels to a school-record 18 wins and a No. 20 national ranking during the 2008 campaign. Wasser also spent four years coaching with the International Field Hockey Club of Kentucky and two years coaching the Valley Styx Club. She spent six years working with the USA Field Hockey Futures Program, and in 2009 gained experience as a clinician at the National Coaches' Convention, where she presented as part of a defensive drill panel. During the summer of 2012, Wasser served as a selector for the National Futures Championship for the U-16 division. She also earned her U.S. Field Hockey Level II Certification. Wasser was a four-year stand-out at the University of Louisville from 2003-2006. She was a three-year team captain during the 2004, 2005 and 2006 campaigns, during which time she also earned All-BIG EAST SecondTeam honors twice (2005-06). As a senior, Wasser was named to the NFHCA Division I All-West Region First Team, putting her on the ballot for All-America honors. She was a Second-Team All-West Region selection in 2005 and earned Louisville's Female Anthem Leadership Award. During her first two seasons on the Louisville roster, the Cardinals were members of the Mid-American Conference. During that time, Wasser was named All-MAC First Team (2004) and earned a spot on the MAC All-Tournament Team (2004). Wasser was named the Cardinals' team MVP in 2004 and 2006 and played in the 2006 NFHCA Senior All-Star Game. In addition to her success on the playing field, Wasser excelled in the classroom. She was a four-time NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree and two-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star. A native of Dallas, Pa., she attended Lake-Lehman High School. Wasser earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education and special education from Louisville in 2007, and completed her master's degree in instructional technology from Wilkes in 2009.

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING 10th SEASON ALMA MATER: VERMONT '92

ASSISTANT COACH 7th SEASON ALMA MATER: PROVIDENCE '93

Deb Hagie joins the staff for her seventh season as an assistant coach at Providence. In addition to her role working with the Friar goalkeepers, she also is heavily involved in the Friars' team-building and team-dynamic development. Hagie began working with the team during Providence’s spring, non-traditional season in 2005. Hagie, a Providence College graduate, was a stand-out goalkeeper for the Friars from 1989 to 1992. During her four-year career, she was a twotime All-Region selection in 1990 and 1991. She also was named the Most Outstanding Performer at the conclusion of the 1991 BIG EAST Conference Championship. That season, the Friars captured the BIG EAST title with a, 1-0, overtime victory against Connecticut. Hagie was credited with the shutout in goal, and remains the only Friar in program history to have earned Most Outstanding Performer honors at the BIG EAST Field Hockey Championship. Hagie served as the head field hockey coach at South Kingstown High School (R.I.), where she led her squad to its first State Championship in 27 years. She also has served as an assistant coach at Yale, Rhode Island and Connecticut.

Kenneth White is in the midst of his 10th year with the athletic department as the head strength and conditioning coach. White, who came to Providence from Stony Brook University, handles all the strength and conditioning requirements of the Friar's 19 varsity athletic teams. At Stony Brook, he was appointed as the first strength and conditioning coach in the program’s history. White was responsible for the design and implementation of training programs for all 20 of Stony Brook’s varsity sports. White also was the strength and conditioning coach at St. Bonaventure University from 1997-99 and served as a graduate assistant at Columbia University for two years. White received a bachelor’s degree from Vermont in 1992 and later earned a master’s degree in 1999 from Columbia. White is certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He also has a Club Coach/Olympic Weightlifting Certification from USA Weightlifting.

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Deb IE HAG FIELD HOCKEY SUPPORT STAFF

Jill La Point Executive Associate AD/SWA

Kaitlyn O'Malley Academic/Life Skills Coordinator

Jen Rynearson Director of Athletic Media Relations

Dr. John Sullivan Clinical Sports Psychologist

Nikki Gnozzio Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

Joe Nicastro Associate AD Compliance

Natalie LaSalle Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

Rev. Thomas Ertle Athletic Department Chaplain

GRADUATE ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER 2nd SEASON ALMA MATER: QUINNIPIAC '08

Tanya Quaresma is in her second year as a graduate assistant and works primarily with the field hockey and softball programs. Quaresma earned her bachelors of science in athletic training from Quinnipiac in 2008. She spent two years as an assistant athletic trainer at Quinnipiac, where she assisted with the coverage of all 21 sports. Prior to working at Quinnipiac, she spent a year as an intern athletic trainer at Bryant, where she worked predominantly with the women's soccer and women's lacrosse programs. She is certified by the National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification and will graduate from Providence with a masters degree in counseling. 4 - 2012 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS


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SENIOR GOALKEEPER MILLERSVILLE, PA. PENN MANOR

SENIOR DEFENSE VALLEY CENTER, CALIF. VALLEY CENTER

As a Junior: Played 10 games in goal for the Friars and appeared in the starting line-up five times... Logged 462:10 minutes of action, allowed 32 goals and recorded 46 saves... Posted a 4.85 goals against average and a 0.590 save percentage... Made a season-high 10 saves against Syracuse on September 30...Member of the U.S. Field Hockey New England High Performance Training Squad...BIG EAST Academic All-Star. As a Sophomore: Played 13 games and appeared in the starting line-up 11 times... Registered a total of 680:18 minutes in goal and posted a 2.78 goals against average and a 0.667 save percentage... Compiled a 2-9 record... Made 54 saves and allowed 27 goals... Earned first collegiate victory in the cage on October 17 against California with six saves...Named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (10/18)...BIG EAST Academic All-Star. As a Freshman: Played in four games for the Friars and appeared in the starting line-up once…Posted a season-high six saves against Connecticut on September 19…Registered a 0.818 save percentage and a 0.96 goals against average in 146 minutes of action...BIG EAST Academic All-Star. In High School: Attended Penn Manor High School and was named First-Team All-State… Posted a 50-6-1 career record, including 31 shut-out victories… Captained field hockey team as a senior… Led her squad to the Pennsylvania State Championship in 2008 after finishing as runner-up in 2007… Named Section 1 LL-League First-Team All-Star in 2007 and 2008… Also played lacrosse and was a two-time captain. Personal: Born November 25, 1991… Daughter of Carl and Joanne Weidman… Psychology major. CAREER STATISTICS / HONORS GP/GS MIN SV/SV% G/GAA REC 2009 4/1 146:29 9/0.818 2/0.96 0-0 2010 13/11 680:18 54/0.667 27/2.78 2-9 2011 10/5 462:10 46/0.590 32/4.85 1-5 TOTALS 27/17 1288:57 109/0.641 61/3.31 3-14

As a Junior: Started all 18 games for the Friars as a defender... Recorded one defensive save against Rutgers on October 14... Earned a spot on the NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad for the third-consecutive season... Member of the U.S. Field Hockey New England High Performance Training Squad...BIG EAST Academic All-Star. As a Sophomore: Played all 18 games for the Friars on defense and appeared in the starting line-up 14 times... Registered one defensive save against Columbia (9/19), marking the first of her career...Named to NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad for the second-straight year...BIG EAST Academic All-Star...Named as a team representative for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee for the 2011-12 academic year...Competed for New England at the U.S. Field Hockey High Performance Junior Women's National Championship June 18-25 in Virginia Beach, Va. As a Freshman: Played 13 games for the Friars as a defender and appeared in the starting line-up nine times...BIG EAST Academic All-Star...NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad. In High School: Was a four-year starter at Valley Center High School… Tabbed as her team’s Best Offensive Player (2006)… Also named to Valley League FirstTeam (2006-2008)… Claimed back-to-back Valley League Player of the Year honors in 2007 and 2008… First-Team All-North County in 2007 and 2008… Named First-Team All-CIF (2008)… Jaguar Award Recipient (2008)… TLN AllStar (2007)… High School MVP (2007)… Competed in Futures since 2008. Personal: Born July 7, 1991… Daughter of Nick and Lucretia Stehly… Has four brothers, Nicholas, Damian, Thomas and Raymond… Also has two sisters, Madeline and Bernadette… Elementary/special education major with a minor in writing. CAREER STATISTICS / HONORS GP/GS SHT G A PTS 2009 13/9 2 0 0 0 2010 18/14 3 0 0 0 2011 18/18 1 0 0 0 TOTALS 49/41 6 0 0 0

BIG EAST Academic All-Star • 2010, 2011, 2012 U.S. Field Hockey High Performance Training Squad (New England) • 2012

NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad • 2009, 2010, 2011 BIG EAST Academic All-Star • 2010, 2011, 2012 U.S. Field Hockey Junior Women's National Championship (New England) • 2011 U.S. Field Hockey High Performance Training Squad (New England) • 2012

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SENIOR MIDFIELD BLANDON, PA. FLEETWOOD AREA

As a Junior: Played 14 games and appeared in the starting line-up twice... Recorded her first collegiate point with an assist against Boston University on September 2...BIG EAST Academic All-Star. As a Sophomore: Returned to the field after missing her rookie season with a injury to play 15 games in the midfield...Earned the program's "Mountain Climber Award"...Earned BIG EAST Academic All-Star honors for the first time in her career. As a Freshman: Did not play in 2009 because of an injury... Got back on the field during the 2010 spring season. In High School: Attended Fleetwood Area High School and competed in field hockey as well as track… Earned All-County honors as a senior (2008)… AllState Honorable Mention selection as a junior (2007)… Was a two-time Berks County All-Division selection (2006, 2007)… Two-time captain of field hockey team and led the team to back-to-back Berks County Division II Championships in 2007 and 2008… Competed in Futures Program since 2005 and has competed as a member of Futures Elite since 2007. Personal: Born October 22, 1990… Daughter of David and Romain Jensen… Has one brother, Jordan… Biology major. CAREER STATISTICS / HONORS GP/GS SHT G A PTS 2010 15/0 0 0 0 0 2011 14/2 3 0 1 1 TOTALS 29/2 3 0 1 1 BIG EAST Academic All-Star • 2011, 2012

GRADUATE STUDENT DEFENSE READING, MASS. READING MEMORIAL

At Providence: Joins the team as a graduate student for her first season of collegiate field hockey, following an impressive four-year career as a member of the Providence College softball team... During her softball career, Abrams recorded 175 hits, including 25 doubles, 12 home runs and two triples... Also collected 63 RBI and posted a .293 batting average and .402 slugging percentage... She was solid for the Friars defensively, having recorded just 21 errors in 192 career games for a .961 fielding percentage...A four-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star selection (2009-12)... American Eagle Outfitters BIG EAST Institutional Scholar-Athlete Award winner (2012)... Capital One Academic All-District (2011). In High School: Attended Reading Memorial High School where she competed in field hockey, ice hockey and softball... She led Reading Memorial's field hockey team in scoring as a junior and senior and finished in the top-five all-time in career scoring...A three-time First-Team League All-Star... Named Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic (2007-08)... Best of 60 in Massachusetts... Reading Times Chronicle Player of the Year (2007)... Led Reading Memorial to a 54-9 record and helped the team capture the 2007 league championship... While on the team, Reading Memorial advanced to the state tournament each season and also finished as semifinalists of the North Division 1 each year... Member of the National Honor Society and was a four-year winner of the Student Athlete Award. Personal: Born December 17, 1989… Daughter of Lorry and Gary Abrams… Has one brother, Matthew… Earned a bachelor's degree from Providence College in marketing (2012) and is currently pursuing her MBA with a concentration in finance. CAREER HONORS BIG EAST Academic All-Star • 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 American Eagle Outfitters BIG EAST Institutional Scholar-Athlete Award Winner • 2012 Capital One Academic All-District • 2011

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JUNIOR MIDFIELD/DEFENSE FARMINGDALE, N.J. ST. JOHN VIANNEY

As a Sophomore: Played 18 games and appeared in the starting line-up 16 times... Posted a single-season career best of four points on one goal and two assists... Her two assists were the first of her career and came against Michigan State (9/18) and Brown (10/18)... Scored her lone goal of the season against Boston University on September 2. As a Freshman: Played 16 games and appeared in the starting line-up nine times...Tallied her first collegiate goal on September 9 against Central Michigan... Finished the season with two points. In High School: Attended St. John Vianney High School and earned a total of seven varsity letters in field hockey and softball…Two-time All-Division and All-Coaches' Team selection (2008, 2009)...Also named Second-Team All-Shore, Senior All-Star and Athlete of the Season (2009)…Recorded 71 points on 24 goals and 23 assists during her high school career...Tallied 33 points on 10 goals and 13 assists as a senior (2009)…Captain of field hockey and softball teams as a senior (2009)…Helped guide field hockey team to its first-ever division championship in 2008. Personal: Born December 19, 1992…Daughter of Bill and Cindy Bulman… History major. CAREER STATISTICS / HONORS GP/GS SHT G A PTS 2010 16/9 3 1 0 2 2011 18/16 9 1 2 4 TOTALS 34/25 11 2 2 6 BIG EAST Academic All-Star • 2012

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JUNIOR FORWARD BARRINGTON, R.I. BARRINGTON

As a Sophomore: Started all 18 games... Finished fourth on the team in scoring with eight points on one goal and six assists... Her six assists were second-best on the team... Notched a career-high three points against Brown on October 18 with one goal and one assist... Recorded a single-game career high of two assists against Pacific on September 11. As a Freshman: Played all 18 games as a rookie and made one appearance in the starting line-up against New Hampshire on September 5... Finished the season with three points on one goal and one assist... Tallied first collegiate point on an assist against Albany (10/3)... Scored first career goal against Vermont (10/11), which proved to be the game winner in a 2-1 victory for the Friars. In High School: Attended Barrington High School and was a four-year varsity athlete in field hockey, ice hockey and lacrosse…Named Rhode Island Interscholastic League Female Athlete of the Year as a senior…Four-year All-State Selection in field hockey…MVP of Rhode Island State Championship tournament (2009)…Recorded 147 career points on 46 goals and 55 assists in high school…Was named to the 2009 NFHCA North Region All-America Team… Led Barrington to three Division Championships (2006, 2007, 2009) and two State Championships (2006, 2009). Personal: Born January 24, 1992…Daughter of John and Marie Anderson… Has three siblings, John, Mary and Heidi…Marketing major. CAREER STATISTICS GP/GS SHT G A PTS 2010 18/1 6 1 1 3 2011 18/18 15 1 6 8 TOTALS 36/19 21 2 7 11

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JUNIOR MIDFIELD OSSINING, N.Y. OSSINING

As a Sophomore: Played 12 games for the Friars... Recorded her first collegiate point on one assist vs. Iowa on September 9. As a Freshman: Joined the team during the fall as a walk-on and was awarded a spot on the roster. In High School: Attended Ossining High School where she earned four varsity letters each in field hockey and lacrosse... Also earned letters in basketball and track... Two-time All-State selection (2008-09)...All-Section (2007-09)... Four-time All-League pick (2006-09)...Named Ossining's Female Athlete of the Year for class of 2010. Personal: Born November 28, 1992…Daughter of Mark and Ann Carroll Malone...Has one sister, Molly, and two brothers, Luke and Patrick…Majoring in psychology with a minor in business studies. CAREER STATISTICS GP/GS SHT G A PTS 2011 12/0 2 0 1 1 TOTALS 12/0 2 0 1 1

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JUNIOR FORWARD SCARBOROUGH, MAINE SCARBOROUGH

As a Sophomore: Played 17 games and appeared in the starting line-up eight times... Finished third on the team in scoring with nine points on four goals and one assist... Her four goals were tied for second-best on the team... Notched a single-game career high of four points on two goals against UC Davis (9/7) and Pacific (9/11)...Tallied her only assist of the season against Michigan State on September 18... Named BIG EAST Player of the Week on September 12...BIG EAST Academic All-Star. As a Freshman: Played all 18 games and made 13 appearances in the starting line-up... Tallied three points on one goal and one assist... Scored her first collegiate goal against Columbia (9/19) and recorded her first career assist against Vermont (10/11)...Of her 13 shot attempts on the season, 11 were on goal (0.846). In High School: Attended Scarborough High School…Earned four varsity letters each in field hockey and lacrosse...Earned three letters in basketball… Captained the field hockey team senior year…Recorded 31 goals and 12 assists (2009) and tallied a school record 85 career goals at Scarborough…Four-time All-State and SMAA selection...Also named Portland Press Herald MVP (2009)… Won state championships in three sports as a senior and posted undefeated records during each season. Personal: Born March 17, 1992…Daughter of Chris Ross and Michelle Turner…Has one sister, Isabella…Her mother played field hockey at the University of Maine…Psychology major with a minor in Spanish. CAREER STATISTICS / HONORS GP/GS SHT G A PTS 2010 18/13 13 1 1 3 2011 17/8 25 4 1 9 TOTALS 35/21 38 5 2 11 BIG EAST Academic All-Star • 2012

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JUNIOR FORWARD MADISON, CONN. DANIEL HAND

As a Sophomore: Played 17 games and appeared in the starting line-up six times... Recorded her first collegiate goal against BIG EAST foe Villanova on October 8... NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad... Earned the program's "Moutain Climber Award"...BIG EAST Academic All-Star. As a Freshman: Did not play because of injury... Named to NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad...BIG EAST Academic All-Star. In High School: Attended Daniel Hand High School and earned three varsity letters in field hockey and track and field…Scored 30 points during senior season (2009)…Named First-team All-State, First-Team All-SCC and First-Team All-Area (2008, 2009)…Valedictorian of her high school class. Personal: Born April 21, 1992…Daughter of Richard Adua and Louisa Sullivan…Has one brother, Will…Biology major with a minor in business studies. CAREER STATISTICS / HONORS GP/GS SHT G A PTS 2011 17/6 3 1 0 2 TOTALS 17/6 3 1 0 2 NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad • 2010, 2011 BIG EAST Academic All-Star • 2011, 2012 Mountain Climber Award • 2011

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SOPHOMORE DEFENSE SHORT HILLS, N.J. OAK KNOLL

As a Freshman: Played 11 games for the Friars at defense and appeared in the starting line-up four times... Made her collegiate debut against New Hampshire on September 4... Cracked the starting line-up for the first time in her career on October 10 at Dartmouth. In High School: Attended Oak Knoll School and earned a total of nine varsity letters in field hockey, indoor track and outdoor track... Served as team captain during her senior year... Helped Oak Knoll record 58 shut-out victories during her career as an anchor on defense... Registered four defensive saves and tallied two goals for the offense... Second-Team All-State selection in 2010... Also named First-Team All-County, All-Conference and All-North Jersey as a senior... Earned Third-Team All-County honors in 2009... Led Oak Knoll to the 2010 State Championship and Tournament of Champions title... Team was ranked No. 2 in the nation and was recognized by the Star Ledger as 2010 Team of the Year... Also led her team to three County championships, four Conference titles and two State titles overall during her career. Personal: Born October 23, 1992...Daughter of Carl and Christine Beck... Has one brother, Michael and one sister, Corey... Planned major of study is undecided. CAREER STATISTICS GP/GS SHT G A PTS 2011 11/4 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 11/4 0 0 0 0

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SOPHOMORE FORWARD/DEFENSE WALTHAM, MASS. BREWSTER ACADEMY

As a Freshman: Played 16 games and appeared in the starting line-up 10 times... Tallied five points on two goals and one assist... Scored her first collegiate point on an assist vs. UC Davis on September 7... Scored two goals on two shot attempts vs. Indiana on October 22... Registered one defensive save against Rutgers on October 14. In High School: Attended Ward Melville, where she earned a total of nine varsity letters in field hockey, lacrosse and basketball... A four-time Long Island Class A All-Tournament Team selection (2007-2010)... Three-time All-Long Island selection (2007-2009) and All-County honoree (2008-2010)... Two-time All-State selection (2009-2010)...Helped Ward Melville advance to four State Championship Games... Team captured the State title in 2008... Also helped guide her team to four-consecutive County Championships. Personal: Born April 16, 1993...Daughter of Lillian and James Vitalo...Has two brothers, James and Brian... Planned major of study is undecided. CAREER STATISTICS GP/GS SHT G A PTS 2011 16/10 3 2 1 5 TOTALS 16/10 3 2 1 5

As a Freshman: Opted to redshirt during her first season with the program. In High School: Attended Brewster Academy and earned three varsity letters in field hockey... Earned one varsity letter in cross country and snowboarding... Scored the game-winning goal in the NEPSAC semifinals in 2010... Earned NEFSAC New England All-Star recognition (2010)... Helped guide her team to the Lakes Region Championship in 2008 and 2010 and the NEPSAC Class C title in 2010. Personal: Born July 15, 1992...Daughter of Tracey Paul and Sally Starr, who coach the field program at NCAA regional foe Boston University...Has one brother, James Paul...Planned major of study is undecided.

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SOPHOMORE MIDFIELD/FORWARD DEDHAM, MASS. NOBLE AND GREENOUGH SCHOOL

As a Freshman: Played 18 games and appeared in the starting line-up 14 times... Led the team in scoring with 11 points on four goals and three assists... Her four goals were tied for second on the team... Scored her first collegiate point on an assist vs. New Hampshire on September 4... Recorded her first goal against Pacific on September 11... Tallied a single-season high of three points on one goal and one assist vs. Brown on October 18... Named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team. In High School: Attended Gymnasium Schloss Hagerhof in Germany... Also studied in the United States at Wyoming Seminary (Pa.) and helped guide the field hockey team to the 2008 Pennsylvania State Championship... Led RTHC Bayer Leverkusen to the indoor and outdoor German Championship in 2007... Competed for West German Under-16 squad... Is the first International player to join the Providence College field hockey team. Personal: Born December 12, 1991...Daughter of Dr. Rainer and Andrea Tietze... Has two brothers, Julian and Cornelius, and one sister, Ricarda... Planned major of study is undecided.

As a Freshman: Played 17 games and appeared in the starting line-up 15 times... Finished the season with four points on two goals... Tallied the gamewinning goal in a 3-2 victory over UC Davis on September 7, marking her first collegiate points... Recorded the second-highest shots on goal percentage on the team (.875), as seven of her eight shots were on the cage... Competed for New England at the 2012 U.S. Field Hockey High Performance Women's National Championship in College Park, Md. and scored one goal. In High School: Attended Noble & Greenough School sophomore through senior year... Attended Brooks School as a freshman...Earned a total of 14 varsity letters in field hockey, ice hockey and lacrosse...A four-time All-League (ISL) selection ...Member of Futures Elite and was a Junior Olympic selectee in 2008...Led team to the ISL Championship (2009)...Bond Prize winner at Noble & Greenough. Personal: Born June 24, 1992...Daughter of Colleen and James FitzPatrick... Has four brothers, Ryan, Liam, Nolan and Gavin... Planned major of study is undecided.

CAREER STATISTICS / HONORS GP/GS SHT G A PTS 2011 18/14 30 4 3 11 TOTALS 18/14 30 4 3 11

CAREER STATISTICS / HONORS GP/GS SHT G A PTS 2011 17/15 8 2 0 4 TOTALS 17/15 8 2 0 4

All-BIG EAST Second Team • 2011

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SOPHOMORE FORWARD/MIDFIELD CASTLE ROCK, COLO. ST. MARY'S ACADEMY

As a Freshman: Played 15 games and appeared in the starting line-up eight times... Finished the season with four points on two goals... Tallied her first collegiate goal in a 3-2 victory over BIG EAST foe Villanova on October 8... Scored the game-winning goal to defeat Brown in overtime on October 18... Member of the U.S. Field Hockey New England High Performance Training Squad. In High School: Attended St. Mary's Academy and competed in field hockey, basketball and soccer... Two-year captain for the field hockey and basketball teams, while serving as captain of the soccer team for one season... 2010 NFHCA Regional All-America honoree...Two-time All-State selection in 2009 and 2010... Earned All-State Honorable Mention honors in 2008... Selected to play at the National Futures Championship in 2010 and 2011... Helped guide St. Mary's Academy to the State Championship in 2008. Personal: Born April 7, 1993...Daughter of Sally and Steve Guglielmo...Has one brother, Stephen and two sisters, Christa and Dana... Planned major of study is undecided. CAREER STATISTICS / HONORS GP/GS SHT G A PTS 2011 15/8 14 2 0 4 TOTALS 15/8 14 2 0 4 U.S. Field Hockey High Performance Training Squad (New England) • 2012

SOPHOMORE GOALKEEPER SOUTH WINDSOR, CONN. SOUTH WINDSOR

As a Freshman: Opted to redshirt during her first season with the program... BIG EAST Academic All-Star. In High School: Attended South Windsor High School and competed on the field hockey and softball teams... Served as team captain for field hockey as a senior in 2010... Earned First-Team All-State honors in 2010... Two-time CCC East All-Conference and All-Hartford Courant Team honoree (2009-10)... Led her team to four CCC East Championships (2007-10)... Competed in the Junior Olympics in 2008 and 2009... Member of Futures Elite (2009-11). Personal: Born August 22, 1993...Daughter of David and Gloria Clymer...Has two sisters, Rachel and Kendra... Management major. CAREER HONORS U.S. Field Hockey High Performance Training Squad (New England) • 2012 BIG EAST Academic All-Star • 2012

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SOPHOMORE FORWARD HOPEWELL JUNCTION, N.Y. JOHN JAY FISHKILL

As a Freshman: Played 16 games and appeared in the starting line-up 13 times... Led the team with five goals and finished second among her teammates in scoring with 10 points... Scored her first collegiate goal against Pacific on September 11... Posted a season-high four points on two goals against Michigan State on September 18... Recorded the game-winning goal in a 3-2 victory over BIG EAST foe Villanova on October 8... Led the team with a .889 shots on goal percentage, as she put 16 of her 18 shots on cage... Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll on October 10. In High School: Attended John Jay High School and earned a total of 11 varsity letters in field hockey, indoor and outdoor track... Served as team captain for each team as a senior... A two-time All-State Section 1 honoree in 2009 and 2010... Named All-Elite during the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons... Three-time All-League and All-County selection (2007-10). Personal: Born September 23, 1993...Daughter of Paul and Lisa Bernasconi... Has one sister, Alexandra and two brothers, Paul and Marcello...Planned major of study is undecided.

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FRESHMAN MIDFIELD/DEFENSE MARSHFIELD, MASS. THAYER ACADEMY

In High School: Attended Marshfield High School from 2008-10 and Thayer Academy from 2010-12... Earned a total of 12 varsity letters in field hockey, ice hockey, track & field and lacrosse... Two-time Atlantic League All-Star (2009, 2010) and was an All-ISL Honorable Mention selection in 2011... Helped team capture the ISL League Championship and the New England Private School Class B Championship in 2010 and 2011. Personal: Born October 23, 1993...Daughter of Sheila and Steve Matthews... Has three brothers, Kevin, Jay and Brian... Intended major of study is undecided.

FRESHMAN DEFENSE NORTH CALDWELL, N.J. WEST ESSEX REGIONAL

In High School: Attended West Essex Regional High School and competed for the field hockey and lacrosse teams... Four-year member of the starting line-up and two time recipient of the Best Defensive Player Award (2010, 2011)... Named NFHCA Third Team All-American as a senior (2011)... Also earned NFHCA Regional All-America honors, Second-Team All-State, FirstTeam All-State (Group 2), First-Team All-North Jersey, Essex County Player of the Year, First-Team All-Conference and First-Team All-County recognition in 2011...Helped West Essex capture the State Championship in 2008 and 2011... In 2011, West Essex was a finalist in the Tournament of Champions and was ranked No. 2 in the State of New Jersey... Also led squad to four conference titles (2008-11) and three county championships (2008, 2009, 2011). Personal: Born July 20, 1994...Daughter of Maggie and Joe Fusco...Has one brother, Joe... Intended major of study is elementary/special education.

FRESHMAN FORWARD HUMMELSTOWN, PA. HERSHEY

In High School: Attended Hershey High School where she earned four varsity letters in field hockey... Also competed in soccer and lacrosse... Tallied 52 goals from 2009-11 and also led team in goals and assists each season... First-Team All-State, Second-team Big 11, First-Team Mid Penn and recipient of the Coaches' Award (2011)... As a junior, she earned First-Team Mid Penn and Big 11 Honorable Mention honors (2010)...Also earned Mid Penn Honorable Mention accolades in 2009...Helped guide team to the District Championship in 2010 and were State finalists in 2008 and 2009. Personal: Born May 23, 1994...Daughter of Kelley and John Rodriguez...Has two brothers, Matthew and Nathan... Intended major of study is elementary/ special education. 13 - 2012 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS

FRESHMAN MIDFIELD MILLERSTOWN, PA. GREENWOOD

In High School: Was a three-sport athlete in field hockey, basketball and softball at Greenwood High School... Recorded 110 career points on 37 goals and 36 assists... Named First-Team All-State, Tri-Valley First-Team All-Star, Big 11 Second Team and Team MVP as a senior in 2011... Helped guide Greenwood to four-straight Tri-Valley League Championships and Perry County Championships... In 2011, her team was District 3 Runner Up and advanced to the Elite 8 of the State Tournament... Team posted a 75-12-2 record during her four-year career. Personal: Born November 5, 1993...Daughter of Todd and Allyson Shaffer... Intended major of study is undecided.

FRESHMAN MIDFIELD DELTA, BRITISH COLUMBIA SOUTH DELTA SECONDARY

In High School: Attended South Delta Secondary School and also played four years of soccer and one year of basketball... A member of the Women's Canadian Junior National Team (2010-present)... Also competed for the Delta Falcons Club (2003-12), Polar Bears Travel Team (2010-11) and the British Columbia Provincial Team (2008-12)... Served as team captain for the U-14 and U-16 Team (British Columbia) as well as her high school field hockey and soccer teams... Tournament All-Star for U-16 and U-18 Team in B.C. ... Also helped guide South Delta Secondary to a second-place finish in the province (2009)... Was a member of the Canadian National Championship Team (2010)...Helped guide BC Blue to 2012 U-18 National Championship gold medal in Calgary. Personal: Born June 25, 1994...Daughter of Jim and Wendy Mackie... Intended major of study is undecided.

FRESHMAN FORWARD/MIDFIELD CHESTER SPRINGS, PA. VILLA MARIA ACADEMY

In High School: Attended Villa Maria Academy where she played four years of field hockey and captained the team as a senior... Recorded 94 career points on 35 goals and 24 assists... Finished second on the team in scoring as a senior with 18 goals and 12 assists... Named Second-Team All-State, First-Team AllChester County, Second-Team All-Main Line and Catholic Academy League All-Star... In 2011, Villa Maria was named Southeastern Pennsylvania Team of the Year, capping off four-straight PIAA District 1 Championships (2008-11)... Villa Maria also finished as PIAA State Runer Up (2011), PIAA State Quarterfinalists (2008, 2011) and PIAA State Semifinalists in 2009. Personal: Born September 1, 1994...Daughter of Paul and Danine Mueller... Has one brother, Alex, and one sister, Lauren... Major of study is undecided.


2011 RESULTS, STATISTICS & HONORS 2011 RESULTS OVERALL 4-14; BIG EAST 1-5 (T-6th) Date Opponent 8/30 NORTHEASTERN 9/2 at #19 Boston University 9/4 NEW HAMPSHIRE 9/7 UC DAVIS 9/9 #15 IOWA 9/11 PACIFIC 9/16 MAINE 9/18 MICHIGAN STATE 9/24 #4 CONNECTICUT * 9/30 at #5 Syracuse * 10/3 at #8 Boston College 10/8 VILLANOVA * 10/10 at Dartmouth 10/14 at Rutgers * 10/18 BROWN 10/21 at Louisville * 10/22 vs. Indiana % 10/29 GEORGETOWN *

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

* BIG EAST Conference game % at Louisville (Louisville, Ky.)

2011 CUMULATIVE STATISTICS Overall

BIG EAST

No. Name GP/GS SH G A PTS G A PTS 11 Henni Tietze 18/14 30 4 3 11 2 0 4 22 Daniella Bernasconi 16/13 18 5 0 10 1 0 2 18 Brittany Ross 17/8 25 4 1 9 0 0 0 6 Hillary Anderson 18/18 15 1 6 8 0 2 2 10 Deirdre Quinn 18/18 5 0 7 7 0 3 3 20 Callie Vitalo 16/10 3 2 1 5 0 0 0 21 Steph Guglielmo 15/8 14 2 0 4 1 0 2 15 Kaleigh FitzPatrick 17/15 8 2 0 4 1 0 2 2 Kasey Bulman 18/16 9 1 2 4 0 0 0 4 Ashley Mulkey 18/18 21 1 1 3 0 1 1 24 Stephanie Matone 16/1 5 1 0 2 0 0 0 19 Sally Adua 17/6 3 1 0 2 1 0 2 14 Emily Jensen 14/2 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 8 Caitlin Malone 12/0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 7 Emilie Stehly 18/18 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 Shannon Pustis 14/10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 Mimi Beck 11/4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Providence Totals 18 162 24 23 71 6 6 18 Opponent Totals 18 343 70 61 201 26 25 77

GOALKEEPING STATISTICS

Name GP/GS Rec Min Goals/GAA Saves/Pct. Shannon DiStefano 15/13 3-9 820:55 38/3.24 103/0.730 BIG EAST 4/4 1-2 236:01 10/2.97 22/0.688 Kathi Weidman 10/5 1-5 462:10 32/4.85 46/0.590 BIG EAST 4/2 0-3 198:26 16/5.64 20/0.556 Providence Totals 18 4-14 1283:05 70/3.82 152/0.685 Opponent Totals 18 14-4 1283:05 24/1.31 80/0.769

Scoring By Periods Providence Opponents

SCORING

1st 2nd 1OT Total 14 8 2 24 31 38 1 70

TEAM STATISTICS

2011 PROVIDENCE FIELD HOCKEY: Front Row: Shannon Pustis, Kasey Bulman, Stephanie Matone, Ashley Mulkey, Deirdre Quinn, Hillary Anderson, Brittany Ross. Middle Row: Emily Jensen, Caitlin Malone, Deidra Clymer, Shannon DiStefano, Kathi Weidman, Emilie Stehly, Sally Adua. Back Row: Mimi Beck, Steph Guglielmo, Rachael Paul, Emily Coholan, Henni Tietze, Callie Vitalo, Kaleigh FitzPatrick, Daniella Bernasconi.

Shutouts: Providence 0, Opponents 6 Defensive Saves: Providence 3, Opponents 1 Penalty Corners: Providence 83, Opponents 169 Penalty Strokes Made/Attempted: Providence 0-1, Opponents 1-1

2011-12 FIELD HOCKEY HONORS AND AWARDS ALL-BIG EAST Henni Tietze - 2nd Team BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK Brittany Ross - September 12 BIG EAST WEEKLY HONOR ROLL Shannon DiStefano - September 12 Daniella Bernasconi - October 10 NFHCA DIVISION I NATIONAL ACADEMIC SQUAD Sally Adua ** Ashley Mulkey ** Emilie Stehly *** * denotes number of times studentathlete has earned the honor

NFHCA NATIONAL ACADEMIC TEAM AWARD Providence College Field Hockey PRIDE IS AN ALL THE TIME THING AWARD Deirdre Quinn GOLDEN RULE AWARD Stephanie Matone MOUNTAIN CLIMBER AWARD Sally Adua BIG EAST ACADEMIC ALL-STARS

Shannon DiStefano Emily Jensen Stephanie Matone Ashley Mulkey Deirdre Quinn Brittany Ross Emilie Stehly Kathi Weidman

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2011 BIG EAST STANDINGS, HONORS, STATISTICS 2011 BIG EAST CONFERENCE STANDINGS BIG EAST Record W L T Pct. 6 0 0 1.000 5 1 0 0.833 3 3 0 0.500 3 3 0 0.500 2 4 0 0.333 1 5 0 0.167 1 5 0 0.167

TEAM (5) Connecticut * & (3) Syracuse * $ Villanova * Louisville * Rutgers Georgetown Providence

Overall Record W L T Pct. 19 3 0 0.864 19 4 0 0.826 8 11 0 0.421 10 9 0 0.526 5 13 0 0.278 3 15 0 0.167 4 14 0 0.222

*- qualified for BIG EAST Championship &- clinched regular season title $- BIG EAST Tournament Champion (Kookaburra/NFHCA Division I National Coaches' Poll - Final)

2011 BIG EAST FIELD HOCKEY REGULAR-SEASON AWARDS

Offensive Player of the Year: Hayley Turner, Sr., M, Louisville and Heather Susek, Sr., F, Syracuse Defensive Player of the Year: Jestine Angelini, Sr, D, Connecticut Rookie of the Year: Chloe Hunnable, Fr., F, Connecticut Coach of the Year: Nancy Stevens

ALL-BIG EAST FIRST TEAM

* Jestine Angelini, D, Connecticut Marie Elena Bolles, F, Connecticut * Rayell Heistand, M/D, Connecticut Chloe Hunnable, F, Connecticut * Anne Jeute, M, Connecticut Sarah Mansfield, GK, Connecticut Caitlin Collins, D/M, Louisville * Hayley Turner, M, Louisville Liz McInerney, M, Syracuse Kelsey Millman, F, Syracuse * Heather Susek, F, Syracuse

ALL-BIG EAST SECOND TEAM

Alicia Angelini, M/D, Connecticut Ali Blankmeyer, F/M, Connecticut Annie Wilson, F, Georgetown Erin Conrad, GK, Louisville Dominique Pasqualichio, D, Louisville Alyssa Voelmle, D, Louisville Henni Tietze, D, Providence Christie Morad, D, Rutgers Lisa Patrone, F/M, Rutgers Carlie Rouh, M, Rutgers Nicole Nelson, D, Syracuse

* - unanimous selection

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Megan Goelz, GK, Villanova Natasha Leickly, D, Louisville Alyssa Voelmle, D, Louisville Jestine Angelini, D, Connecticut Marie Elena Bolles, F/M, Connecticut Rayell Heistand, D, Connecticut Anne Jeute, M, Connecticut * Lauren Brooks, F, Syracuse Iona Holloway, D, Syracuse Liz McInerney, M, Syracuse Leann Stiver, GK, Syracuse * - Most Outstanding Player

2011 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS SCORING - ALL GAMES NAME GP G Kelsey Millman, SU 23 19 Heather Susek, SU 23 19 Jestine Angelini, UConn 22 11 Marie Elena Bolles, UConn 22 12 Anne Jeute, UConn 22 15 Chloe Hunnable, UConn 20 14 Hayley Turner, UL 20 14 Leonie Geyer, SU 23 10 Liz McInerney, SU 23 6 Martina Loncarica, SU 23 6

A PTS 13 51 7 45 16 38 12 36 4 34 4 32 4 32 10 30 11 23 10 22

GOALKEEPING - ALL GAMES NAME GP MINUTES SAVES GAA SO Leann Stiver, SU 22 1506:07 52 1.07 6 Sarah Mansfield, UConn 22 1583:19 85 1.24 7 Erin Conrad, UL 19 1348:01 95 1.51 6 Megan Goelz, VU 19 1320:40 119 2.49 2 Sarah Stuby, RU 18 1192:16 81 2.58 1 Shannon DiStefano, PC 15 820:55 103 3.24 0 Briana Pereira, GU 17 1005:32 111 4.11 0 Kathi Weidman, PC 10 462:10 46 4.85 0

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SCORING - BIG EAST GAMES ONLY NAME GP G A PTS Kelsey Millman, SU 6 7 7 21 Chloe Hunnable, UConn 4 8 0 16 Jestine Angelini, UConn 6 4 8 16 Marie Elena Bolles, UConn 6 4 7 15 Hayley Turner, UL 6 5 3 13 Anne Jeute, UConn 6 5 1 11 Heather Susek, SU 6 5 1 11 Liz McInerney, SU 6 3 5 11 Leonie Geyer, SU 6 3 3 9 Lauren Wilson, VU 6 4 1 9

GOALKEEPING - BIG EAST GAMES ONLY NAME GP MINUTES SAVES GAA SO Sarah Mansfield, UConn 6 437:34 21 0.640 4 Leann Stiver, SU 6 416:41 12 1.34 0 Erin Conrad, UL 6 434:07 29 1.61 2 Megan Goelz, VU 6 416:16 38 2.19 1 Shannon DiStefano, PC 4 236:01 22 2.97 0 Sarah Stuby, RU 6 420:00 31 3.17 0 Kelly Mosser, GU 4 143:45 21 3.90 0 Kathi Weidman, PC 4 198:26 20 5.64 0 Briana Pereira, GU 5 283:24 44 6.18 0


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Linda Mathinas 1976 (1) 4-5-0 1976 Overall Record: 4-5 Head Coach: Linda Mathinas PC 4 at Bryant 1 RHODE ISLAND 3 at Barrington 1 at Boston College 0 BENTLEY 0 SE Massachusetts 1 at Assumption 2 Holy Cross 0 Bridgewater 12

Kate Denning 1979-84 (6) 56-46-4

OPP 1 3 1 8 3 4 0 1 4 2

Mary Beth Scavullo-Alexander 1977-78 (2) 16-9-2 1977 Overall Record: 4-6-1 Head Coach: Mary Beth ScavulloAlexander PC OPP 1 Holy Cross 6 6 Assumption 3 3 Bridgewater 4 6 Barrington 2 1 C. W. Post 2 6 Clark 2 4 Boston University 1 4 Boston College 6 2 SE Massachusetts 4 1 Bentley 4 1 Rhode Island 1 35 35 1978 Overall Record: 12-3-1 Head Coach: Mary Beth ScavulloAlexander PC OPP 5 at Assumption 0 1 WHEATON 1 3 HOLY CROSS 4 1 BRIDGEWATER 6 3 RHODE ISLAND 2 4 MAINE 1 7 at Barrington 1 4 at Boston College 1 5 SALEM STATE 1 0 SE Massachusetts 3 3 BENTLEY 0 6 CONN. COLLEGE 0 5 at Boston Univ. 0 1 Westfield State# 1 6 Salem State# 2 2 Norwich# 1 5 at Bridgeport 3 61 27 # Northeast Field Hockey Association Tourn.

1979 Overall Record: 13-3 Head Coach: Kate Denning

PC OPP 3 BOSTON COLLEGE 2 3 ASSUMPTION 1 3 at Wheaton 1 0 at Bridgewater 2 0 at Rhode Island 5 3 at SE Massachusetts 0 9 at Connecticut 0 6 BRIDGEPORT 4 4 at Northeastern 2 7 BARRINGTON 0 5 at Holy Cross 2 2 at Bentley 4 3 Boston Univ. 1 3 Williams# 0 2 Bates# 0 6 AMHERST# 1 59 25 # Northeast Field Hockey Association Tournament 1980 Overall Record: 11-5 Head Coach: Kate Denning

PC 3 at Assumption 2 WHEATON 1 BRIDGEWATER 1 RHODE ISLAND 3 SE MASSACHUSETTS 5 at Boston University 5 at Bridgeport 3 at Manhattanville 4 at Adelphi 2 HOLY CROSS 2 BENTLEY 1 at New Hampshire 1 at Boston College 5 SO. CONN. COLLEGE 9 CONNECTICUT COLL. 3 NORTHEASTERN 50

OPP 1 0 6 3 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 4 2 3 2 4 30

1981 Overall Record: 8-9-1 Head Coach: Kate Denning

PC OPP 3 BRIDGEPORT 0 2 at Holy Cross 3 1 CONNECTICUT 2 0 at Bridgewater 0 2 at Northeastern 3 4 MANHATTANVILLE 1 3 HARVARD 1 2 at Rhode Island 3 2 at Colby 0 3 at Maine 0 5 at SE Massachusetts 0 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE 6 1 C.W. POST 2 3 BOSTON COLLEGE 0 0 at Southern Connecticut 2 4 at Bentley 1 0 at Springfield 8 0 at Dartmouth^ 1 37 33 ^ EAIAW Regional Championship Final (Hanover, N.H.) 1982 Overall: 7-12 Head Coach: Kate Denning

PC 4 at Bridgeport 2 at C.W. Post 2 at Harvard 0 at Connecticut 1 MASSACHUSETTS 4 at Manhattanville

OPP 4 0 4 8 4 1

3 COLGATE@ 1 1 at Ithaca@ 12 2 RHODE ISLAND 3 2 MAINE 1 0 at Boston University 2 0 at Boston College 1 1 NORTHEASTERN 2 1 at New Hampshire 5 0 at Brown 2 0 SPRINGFIELD 2 3 BENTLEY 0 1 BRIDGEWATER 2 1 S. CONNECTICUT 0 30 51 @ Ithaca College Invitational 1983 Overall Record: 11-7-1 Head Coach: Kate Denning

PC 5 BRIDGEPORT 3 COLGATE 1 HARVARD 0 CONNECTICUT 3 at Southern Connecticut 1 at Massachusetts 4 HOLY CROSS 2 at Rhode Island 1 at Colby 3 at Maine 1 BOSTON COLLEGE 0 NEW HAMPSHIRE 3 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 3 BROWN 1 at Springfield 1 at Bentley 2 at Northeastern 1 NORTHEASTERN+ 4 BOSTON COLLEGE++ 39 + ECAC semifinal ++ECAC consolation

1984 Overall Record: 6-10-2 Head Coach: Kate Denning

PC 1 at Bridgeport 0 at Colgate 0 at Syracuse 0 at Harvard 0 at Connecticut 0 MASSACHUSETTS 1 at Holy Cross 3 RHODE ISLAND 2 MAINE 1 at Boston College 2 FAIRFIELD 2 VILLANOVA 0 at New Hampshire 3 at Brown 1 SPRINGFIELD 2 at Boston University 1 BENTLEY 0 NORTHEASTERN 19

OPP 1 1 2 3 0 4 0 2 0 2 0 5 1 2 (2OT) 7 4 1 5 3 43

OPP 0 2 5 2 2 3 0 0 1 (OT) 4 0 2 (OT) 2 1 1 (OT) 4 2 2 33

Jackie Barto 1985-97 (13) 163-93-22 1985 Overall Record: 5-9-4 Head Coach: Jackie Barto

PC 0 at Bentley 1 CONNECTICUT 9 at Fairfield 0 at Massachusetts 1 HARVARD 4 HOLY CROSS 2 at Villanova 1 at St. Joseph 1 BOSTON COLLEGE 1 RHODE ISLAND

OPP 1 2 0 3 1 1 3 3 1 0

1 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 27

at Maine NEW HAMPSHIRE SOUTHERN ILLINOIS BROWN at Springfield BOSTON UNIVERSITY at Northeastern COLGATE 1986 Overall Record: 8-8-4 Head Coach: Jackie Barto

PC 1 LOWELL 2 at Connecticut 4 FAIRFIELD 0 MASSACHUSETTS 1 at Harvard 2 at Holy Cross 3 RHODE ISLAND 0 ST. JOSEPH’S 0 at Boston College 3 at Hofstra 2 at Lowell 0 at New Hampshire 1 SYRACUSE 2 VILLANOVA 0 at Brown 1 SPRINGFIELD 0 at Boston University 1 NORTHEASTERN 1 at Colgate 4 at Siena 28

1 1 0 1 1 1 10 1 31

OPP 1 2OT) 7 0 2 0 1 0 1 4 2 (OT) 1 4 1 2OT) 1 (OT) 2 (OT) 1 (2OT) 1 1 (2OT) 2 0 32

1987 Overall Record: 18-1-3 Head Coach: Jackie Barto

PC OPP 3 at Lowell 0 1 CONNECTICUT 1 (2OT) 6 KENT STATE 1 4 WILLIAM & MARY 1 1 at Fairfield 0 2 at Massachusetts 0 2 HARVARD 1 4 HOLY CROSS 1 3 at Rhode Island 1 1 BOSTON COLLEGE 0 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 4 at St. Joseph’s 0 2 at Villanova 1 6 C.W. POST 2 2 at Hofstra 0 1 BROWN 1 0 at Springfield 0 4 VERMONT 0 2 at Northeastern 1 4 MAINE 0 2 COLGATE 0 1 MASSACHUSETTS! 4 57 l5 ! NCAA Tournament Regional Finals 1988 Overall Record: 17-4-3 Head Coach: Jackie Barto

PC 4 LOWELL 4 Toronto^ 1 at Connecticut 3 VILLANOVA 4 FAIRFIELD 0 Massachusetts 1 at Holy Cross 4 RHODE ISLAND 2 PACIFIC 1 at Boston Colllege 7 C.W. POST 2 HOFSTRA 1 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 1 LOCK HAVEN# 4 at Maine 1 at Brown 2 at Vermont 0 NORTHEASTERN 2 at Syracuse 2 at Colgate 1 SPRINGFIELD

OPP 0 2 1 (2OT) 3 (2OT) 0 2 0 1 1 (OT) 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 (OT) 1 0

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2 0 (OT) 0 20

1989 Overall Record: 21-3-0 Head Coach: Jackie Barto

PC OPP 3 VERMONT 0 7 at Lowell 0 2 CONNECTICUT* 1 3 at Villanova* 2 3 at West Chester 2 2 at Massachusetts 1 (OT) 4 at Fairfield 1 3 at Rhode Island 1 3 NEW HAMPSHIRE 2 5 BOSTON COLLEGE* 1 3 at James Madison 2 3 Duke# 2 1 at Virginia 3 2 at Boston University 1 1 MAINE 0 4 BROWN 2 0 at Northeastern 1 1 SYRACUSE* 0 (2 OT) 6 COLGATE 2 2 at Springfield 1 (OT) 1 SPRINGFIELD 0 3 at Boston College$ 0 3 Connecticut$ 2 (OT) 3 Pacific! 1 0 at Iowa!! 5 67 32 * BIG EAST GAME # at Charlottesville, Va. $ BIG EAST Tourn. (Chestnut Hill, Mass.) ! NCAA First Round (Univ. of Iowa) !! NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals 1990 Overall Record: 18-5-1 Head Coach: Jackie Barto

PC OPP 4 North Carolina# 2 1 at Temple# 4 1 at Connecticut* 0 3 JAMES MADISON 1 0 MASSACHUSETTS 1 4 SW MISSOURI STATE 1 5 STANFORD 0 5 at Holy Cross 1 3 VILLANOVA* 0 2 at Boston College* 1 (OT) 5 Chico State% 1 3 at Maine 2 1 at Brown 0 1 HARVARD 0 2 RHODE ISLAND 1 2 at New Hampshire 1 (2OT) 2 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 1 1 NORTHEASTERN 1 (2OT) 0 at Syracuse* 2 5 at Colgate 1 1 SPRINGFIELD 0 2 Connecticut$ 0 1 Villanova$ 2 1 at Northeastern! 2 55 25 * BIG EAST GAME # Temple Tournament $ BIG EAST Tournament (Syracuse, N.Y.) ! NCAA First Round 1991 Overall Record: 12-8-2 Head Coach: Jackie Barto

PC 3 FAIRFIELD 0 CONNECTICUT* 0 at Massachusetts 8 Georgetown^ 6 at Villanova* 3 MAINE 4 HOLY CROSS

OPP 0 1 3 0 1 0 0

3 BOSTON COLLEGE* 1 3 at Michigan State 1 0 Northwestern# 4 3 at Rhode Island 1 0 WESTCHESTER 2 0 at Harvard 1 6 BROWN 1 0 at Boston University 3 3 SYRACUSE* 3 (2OT) 1 COLGATE 1 (2OT) 2 at Springfield 1 (OT) 0 NEW HAMPSHIRE 1 1 at Northeastern 4 3 Syracuse $ 2 (OT) 1 Connecticut $ 0 (OT) 50 31 ^ at Villanova, Pa. # at East Lansing, Mich. * BIG EAST Game $ BIG EAST Tournament (Chestnut Hill, Mass.) 1992 Overall Record: 13-6-2 Head Coach: Jackie Barto

PC OPP 4 Michigan State^ 2 3 at Connecticut* 2 (OT) 0 MASSACHUSETTS 1 2 VILLANOVA* 1 2 at Holy Cross 1 1 Maine @ 0 2 at Boston College* 1 7 Georgetown # 1 0 at Brown 0 (2OT) 2 RHODE ISLAND 1 1 Virginia % 2 (2OT) 3 at Ohio State 1 3 HARVARD 2 (OT) 2 DREXEL 1 (2OT) 0 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 1 2 at Syracuse* 2 (2OT) 2 at Colgate 0 0 SPRINGFIELD 2 1 at New Hampshire 4 2 NORTHEASTERN 1 1 Syracuse $ 4 40 30 ^ at Boston University @ Portland, Maine * BIG EAST Game # at Rutgers % at Ohio State $ BIG EAST Tourn. (Chestnut Hill, Mass.) 1993 Overall Record: 9-9-3 Head Coach: Jackie Barto

PC OPP 1 OHIO STATE 0 1 CONNECTICUT* 1 (2OT) 0 at Massachusetts 3 4 at Georgetown 0 0 at Villanova* 2 2 HOLY CROSS 1 1 MAINE 0 3 BOSTON COLLEGE* 1 1 COLGATE 0 2 BROWN 1 1 at Old Dominion 6 1 at William and Mary 2 1 Ball State^ 0 1 at Harvard 1 (2OT) 1 at Boston University 4 0 SYRACUSE$ 0 (2OT) 2 Connecticut$ 3 24 31 * BIG EAST Game ^Amherst, Mass. $ BIG EAST Tournament (Chestnut Hill, MA) 1994 Overall Record: 11-10 Head Coach: Jackie Barto

PC 6 Kent State^ 4 at Michigan 0 at Connecticut* 0 MASSACHUSETTS 2 VILLANOVA* 2 at Holy Cross

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OPP 1 2 5 1 0 1

3 HARVARD 1 0 at Boston College* 2 1 LAFAYETTE 0 2 at Brown 1 0 OLD DOMIONION 1 2 WILLIAM & MARY 1 (OT) 1 at Maine 2 0 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 3 0 at Syracuse* 3 0 at Colgate 2 4 SPRINGFIELD 1 1 at New Hampshire 3 1 at Rhode Island 0 (OT) 0 Syracuse$ 4 29 34 ^ Ann Arbor, Michigan * BIG EAST Game $ BIG EAST Tournament (Chestnut Hill, MA) 1995 Overall Record: 9-10 Head Coach: Jackie Barto PC OPP 1 Northwestern^ 2 1 Michigan # 2 0 CONNECTICUT* 2 4 at Villanova* 0 3 HOLY CROSS 1 2 at Harvard 3 0 BOSTON COLLEGE* 1 4 at Rutgers* 3 1 MAINE 0 1 West Chester% 0 1 at Ball State 2 (OT) 0 at Massachusetts 1 (OT) 1 California-Berkeley 0 1 at Boston University 4 0 SYRACUSE* 1 3 COLGATE 0 2 BROWN 0 1 RHODE ISLAND 6 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE 1 28 29 ^ at Northeastern % at Ball State # at Chestnut Hill, Mass. * BIG EAST Game 1996 Overall Record: 11-10 Head Coach: Jackie Barto

PC OPP 0 BALL STATE 2 2 Northeastern 3 2 at Connecticut* 7 3 VILLANOVA* 1 1 at Holy Cross 0 2 at Maine 3 1 at Boston College* 5 2 RUTGERS* 1 1 at Brown 4 2 YALE 0 1 at Cal-Berkeley 0 1 at Stanford ^ 2 0 MASSACHUSETTS 1 3 HARVARD 1 0 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 3 1 Syracuse* 0 1 Colgate 0 4 Rhode Island 0 1 New Hampshire 0 3 Boston College$ 1 2 Connecticut$ 3 33 37 ^ at Berkley, Calif. * BIG EAST Game $ BIG EAST Tournament (Storrs, Conn.) 1997 Overall Record: 11-10 Head Coach: Jackie Barto

PC 2 MAINE 4 vs. Radford^ 2 vs. Miami of Ohio^ 3 CONNECTICUT* 4 BROWN 4 at Villanova* 6 HOLY CROSS 3 NORTHEASTERN

OPP 1 (2OT) 1 0 2 1 1 1 2 (2 OT)

0 NEW HAMPSHIRE 1 3 BOSTON COLLEGE* 2 2 at Rutgers* 4 5 at Yale 1 3 RHODE ISLAND 0 1 at Harvard 2 0 at Massachusetts 2 1 at Maryland 5 1 at Georgetown 4 1 SYRACUSE* 7 0 COLGATE 1 1 at Boston Univ 2 0 Boston College$ 2 46 42 ^ at UConn Invitational * BIG EAST Game $ BIG EAST Tournament (Chestnut Hill, MA)

Bill Davidson 1998-01 (4) 30-50-0 1998 Overall Record: 5-15 Head Coach: Bill Davidson

PC OPP 1 at Maine 4 2 California-Berkeley^ 3 1 Delaware# 2 0 American University# 4 0 at Connecticut* 3 2 at Brown 1 (OT) 4 VILLANOVA* 3 (OT) 1 at Holy Cross 2 (2OT) 1 at New Hampshire 2 0 at Boston College* 4 1 RUTGERS* 0 0 YALE 4 0 MASSACHUSETTS 1 3 HARVARD 6 3 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 2 1 at Syracuse* 4 1 at Colgate 2 3 at Rhode Island 2 (OT) 0 Boston College$ 3 24 42 ^ at Boston University # at UConn Invitational * BIG EAST Game $ BIG EAST Tournament (Villanova, Pa.) 1999 Overall Record: 7-12 Head Coach: Bill Davidson

PC OPP 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE 3 2 Kent State^ 3 0 William & Mary^ 3 1 CONNECTICUT* 4 4 BROWN 5 3 at Michigan State 5 3 Central Michigan# 1 6 HOLY CROSS 1 4 FAIRFIELD 2 1 BOSTON COLLEGE* 0 0 at Rutgers* 5 2 at Yale 1 0 at Villanova* 5 1 at Massachusetts 2 0 at Boston University 5 1 SYRACUSE* 2 (OT) 5 COLGATE 1 1 at Harvard 3 2 RHODE ISLAND 0 38 51 ^ UConn Invitational (Storrs, Conn.) # at Michigan State (East Lansing, Mich.) * BIG EAST Game 2000 Overall Record: 7-15 Head Coach: Bill Davidson

PC 0 at Maine 2 vs. Louisville %

OPP 5 3 (OT)


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1 vs. Hofstra % 2 3 at Rhode Island 4 (OT) 0 at Connecticut * 6 1 at Brown 4 1 vs. Michigan State ^ 2 1 at Holy Cross 0 (OT) 2 vs. St. Louis @ 0 0 at Northwestern 4 1 at Boston College * 2 2 RUTGERS * 0 2 YALE 0 1 VILLANOVA * 3 0 MASSACHUSETTS 1 1 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 3 2 at New Hampshire 1 2 at Syracuse * 1 (OT) 0 HARVARD 2 2 vs. Rutgers # 1 0 vs. Connecticut # 2 24 46 * BIG EAST Game % at UConn Invitational (Storrs, Conn.) ^ at Northeastern (Boston, Mass.) @ at Northwestern (Evanston, Ill.) # BIG EAST Tournament (Storrs, Conn.) 2001 Overall Record: 11-8 Head Coach: Bill Davidson

PC OPP 4 vs. Albany @ 1 2 vs. St. Joseph's @ 5 1 RHODE ISLAND 0 2 SACRED HEART 0 1 HOLY CROSS 0 2 at Radford 1 (OT) 1 at Davidson 0 0 BOSTON COLLEGE * 2 2 at Rutgers * 1 (OT) 0 at Connecticut * 3 2 at Villanova * 4 1 at Massachusetts 0 (OT) 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE 1 (OT) 0 SYRACUSE * 1 6 COLGATE 0 4 at Brown 1 1 MAINE 3 0 at Harvard 5 0 at Dartmouth ^ 2 31 30 * BIG EAST Game @ at UConn Tournament (Storrs, Conn.) ^ at ECAC Championship (Hanover, N.H.)

Diane Madl 2002-Pres. (10) 95-104-0 2002 Overall Record: 8-12 Head Coach: Diane Madl

PC OPP 3 vs. Vermont @ 1 0 vs. Hofstra @ 1 2 at Rhode Island 1 1 at Fairfield 2 (OT) 4 at Sacred Heart 1 1 at Holy Cross 0 3 vs. Northwestern % 4 (PS) 0 vs. Iowa % 3 2 ALBANY 1 1 at Boston College * 5 0 at New Hampshire 1 (OT) 0 at Harvard 2 1 at Maine 2 (PS) 3 at Massachusetts 1 3 RUTGERS * 0 5 PACIFIC 2 1 at Syracuse * 2 2 at Brown 3 (PS) 2 VILLANOVA * 4 0 CONNECTICUT * 2 34 38 * BIG EAST Game @ at UConn Tournament (Storrs, Conn.) % BIG EAST/Big 10 Challenge (Ann Arbor, Mich.)

2003 Overall Record: 8-11 Head Coach: Diane Madl

PC OPP 5 at Rider 4 (OT) 1 at Temple ^ 4 1 vs. Michigan State ^ 9 5 at Holy Cross 4 (OT) 3 vs. Vermont @ 0 2 at Massachusetts 1 (OT) 3 at Albany & 1 0 BOSTON COLLEGE 2 4 NEW HAMPSHIRE 1 1 MAINE 2 (OT) 4 SACRED HEART 0 0 at Harvard 7 0 RHODE ISLAND 1 0 at Rutgers 1 (2OT) 1 at Monmouth 0 0 SYRACUSE 1 0 at Brown 4 0 at Villanova 2 0 at Connecticut 4 30 48 * BIG EAST game ^ at Temple Invitational (Philadelphia, Pa.) @ at Holy Cross (Worcester, Mass.) & at R.P.I. (Troy, N.Y.) 2004 Overall Record: 10-10 Head Coach: Diane Madl

PC 1 vs. Pacific ! 1 at California 2 at Stanford 3 at Maine 1 at Holy Cross 5 vs. Rider ^ 1 at Harvard 3 vs. Vermont @ 1 at Boston College * 3 at New Hampshire 1 vs. Albany % 2 at Massachusetts 3 at Rhode Island 2 vs. Rutgers * $ 3 vs. Cornell $ 0 at Syracuse * 4 at Colgate 5 at Brown 5 vs. Villanova * $ 0 at Connecticut * $ 46 * BIG EAST game ! at California (Berkeley, Calif.) ^ at Brown (Providence, R.I.) @ at Holy Cross (Worcester, Mass.) % at New Hampshire (Durham, N.H.) $ at Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.)

2005 Overall Record: 6-13 Head Coach: Diane Madl

PC 1 OHIO 8 VERMONT 2 NORTHEASTERN 4 HOLY CROSS 1 vs. Ball State ^ 0 at Iowa 2 RHODE ISLAND 1 at Dartmouth 3 BOSTON COLLEGE 3 MAINE 3 COLGATE 2 HARVARD 1 LOUISVILLE * 2 at Rutgers * 1 SYRACUSE * 0 NEW HAMPSHIRE 4 BROWN 1 at Villanova * 0 at Connecticut * 39 * BIG EAST game ^ at Iowa (Iowa City, Iowa)

OPP 3 8 3 2 (OT) 4 3 5 2 5 2 2 1 1 4 0 1 3 (OT) 1 0 6 58

OPP 2 1 5 3 2 5 3 (OT) 2 (PS) 4 5 1 1 (OT) 6 1 2 1 3 4 5 56

2006 Overall Record: 18-4 Head Coach: Diane Madl

PC OPP 1 vs. Lock Haven ^ 0 5 at Vermont 4 2 MICHIGAN 1 1 at Holy Cross 0 3 at Northeastern 2 6 MONMOUTH 0 1 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 0 0 IOWA 1 3 at Georgetown * 0 4 at Maine 1 2 at Harvard 1 2 RUTGERS * 1 1 BOSTON COLLEGE 2 1 at Louisville * 4 2 at Syracuse * 0 4 at New Hampshire 1 2 at Brown 1 (OT) 3 VILLANOVA * 1 3 at Rhode Island 0 2 CONNECTICUT * 1 4 vs. Villanova # 2 3 vs. Connecticut # 4 55 27 ^ at Vermont (Burlington, Vt.) * BIG EAST game # BIG EAST Tournament (Louisville, Ky.) 2007 Overall Record: 14-8 Head Coach: Diane Madl

PC OPP 0 vs. Vermont ^ 1 1 at Boston University 2 2 at Yale 1 2 HOLY CROSS 0 6 DARTMOUTH 0 2 RHODE ISLAND 0 5 GEORGETOWN * 0 0 NORTHEASTERN 1 3 at Maine 2 3 at Harvard 1 1 LOUISVILLE * 2 3 at Boston College 0 1 vs. Iowa & 3 4 at Northwestern 3 (OT) 3 SYRACUSE * 2 1 PRINCETON 2 2 at Rutgers * 1 3 at Villanova * 0 1 at Connecticut * 3 6 BROWN 1 2 vs. Louisville # 0 0 vs. Connecticut # 1 51 26 ^ at New Hampshire (Durham, N.H.) * BIG EAST game # BIG EAST Tournament (Syracuse, N.Y.) 2008 Overall Record: 12-9 Head Coach: Diane Madl

PC OPP 2 vs. William & Mary ^ 1 1 at Virginia 4 2 at Northeastern 1 5 YALE 0 0 at Holy Cross 1 4 HARVARD 0 3 at Dartmouth 0 1 at Connecticut * 2 (OT) 2 SYRACUSE * 4 6 MAINE 3 2 BOSTON COLLEGE 1 (2OT) 3 at Villanova * 0 0 at Princeton 2 2 RUTGERS * 0 0 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 2 1 LOUISVILLE * 4 0 VERMONT 1 6 at Brown 2 6 at Georgetown * 2 3 MASSACHUSETTS 2 (OT) 1 vs. Syracuse # 3 50 35 ^ at Virginia (Charlottesville, Va.) * BIG EAST game # BIG EAST Tournament (Storrs, Conn.)

2009 Overall Record: 10-10 Head Coach: Diane Madl

PC OPP 0 at Massachusetts 1 1 VIRGINIA 2 4 NEW HAMPSHIRE 3 4 DARTMOUTH 0 2 NORTHEASTERN 3 0 CONNECTICUT * 4 2 PRINCETON 1 1 at Syracuse * 2 1 at Albany 2 4 VILLANOVA * 2 2 at Boston College 4 8 at Rutgers * 0 2 at Louisville * 3 3 vs. Wake Forest ^ 4 (OT) 3 BROWN 2 8 GEORGETOWN * 0 4 vs. Maine @ 0 2 at Boston University 0 4 at Vermont 0 1 vs. Syracuse # 2 56 35 ^ at Louisville (Louisville, Ky.) @ at New Hampshire (Durham, N.H.) * BIG EAST game # BIG EAST Tournament (Providence, R.I.) 2010 Overall Record: 5-13 Head Coach: Diane Madl

PC 0 at Maine 0 BOSTON COLLEGE 0 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 1 at New Hampshire 0 at Michigan State 2 at Central Michigan 2 at Northeastern 2 COLUMBIA 0 CONNECTICUT * 0 SYRACUSE * 2 ALBANY 0 at Villanova * 2 VERMONT 0 RUTGERS * 2 California 1 at Brown 1 LOUISVILLE * 4 at Georgetown * 19 * BIG EAST game

2011 Overall Record: 4-14 Head Coach: Diane Madl

PC 0 NORTHEASTERN 1 at Boston University 1 NEW HAMPSHIRE 3 UC DAVIS 1 IOWA 4 PACIFIC 0 MAINE 2 MICHIGAN STATE 0 CONNECTICUT * 0 at Syracuse * 0 at Boston College 3 VILLANOVA * 1 at Dartmouth 1 at Rutgers * 3 BROWN 0 at Louisville * 2 vs. Indiana % 2 GEORGETOWN * 24 * BIG EAST game % at Louisville (Louisville, Ky.)

OPP 3 5 3 4 1 3 (OT) 0 0 2 3 3 4 1 1 1 2 (PS) 2 1 39

OPP 4 5 6 2 4 1 5 3 4 8 3 2 (OT) 3 3 2 (OT) 6 6 3 (OT) 70

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FRIAR CAREER RECORDS / BIG EAST HONORS CAREER SCORING LEADERS 1. Linda Wage 2. Karen Krawchuk 3. Jackie Gladu 4. Cami White 5. Lynn Sheedy 6. Melissa McGow 7. Nellie Poulin 8. Erica Hebert 9. Cathy Guden 10. Sharon Clegg 11. Abby Maguire 12. Kristen Mannheim 13. Carol Anne Byrne 14. Julie Ruggieri 15. Paula Wagoner 16. Ashlyn Hudson Kati Lary 18. Jennifer Theberge 19. Donna Salvoni 20. Monica Glynn 21. Jennifer Chin Melissa Mills Lynn Campbell 24. Debbie Barnhill 25. Adrienne Marois 26. Amy Phillips 27. Heather Koopman 28. Meghan Holden 29. Jessica Lane Emily Ewens Jacqui Stokes

TEAM RECORDS

1977-80 1987-90 1980-83 1987-90 1976-79 2003-06 2006-09 1996-99 1990-93 1977-80 2004-07 1989-92 1986-87 2007-10 1994-97 2007-10 2002-05 1988-91 1981-84 1979-82 1999-02 1991-94 1989-92 1986-99 2006-09 2001-04 1994-97 2006-08 2006-08 2003-06 1986-89

213 154 149 144 120 114 110 106 100 76 74 73 71 67 66 64 64 62 61 55 54 54 53 52 51 48 47 46 43 43 43

CAREER GOAL LEADERS 1. Linda Wage 2. Karen Krawchuk Jackie Gladu 4. Nellie Poulin 5. Cami White Lynn Sheedy 7. Erica Hebert 8. Melissa McGow Cathy Guden 10. Abby Maguire 11. Julie Ruggieri Carol Anne Byrne 13. Sharon Clegg 14. Donna Salvoni Monica Glynn 16. Ashlyn Hudson 17. Jennifer Chin 18. Kati Lary Melissa Mills Amy Phillips 21. Kristen Mannheim 22. Heather Koopman 23. Jennifer Finely 24. Emily Ewens 25. Lynn Campbell 26. Ellen Elcock Meredith Zenowich 28. Meghan Holden Debbie Barnhill Lauren Khozozian Paula Wagoner

1977-80 1987-90 1980-83 2006-09 1987-90 1976-79 1996-99 2003-06 1990-93 2004-07 2007-10 1986-87 1977-80 1981-84 1999-02 2007-10 1999-02 2002-05 1991-94 2001-04 1989-92 1994-97 1988-91 2003-06 1989-92 1984-87 1992-95 2005-08 1986-89 1991-94 1994-97

95 64 64 49 48 48 46 35 35 32 28 28 26 25 25 24 23 22 22 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 16 15 15 15 15

CAREER ASSIST LEADERS 1. Cami White 2. Melissa McGow 3. Jennifer Theberge 4. Paula Wagoner 5. Kristen Mannheim 6. Cathy Guden 7. Jessica Lane 8. Karen Krawchuk 9. Sharon Clegg Lynn Sheedy 11. Adrienne Marois Linda Wage 13. Debbie Barnhill 14. Jackie Gladu 15. Kati Lary 16. Lynn Campbell 17. Jaime Lipski Ashlyn Hudson Meghan Holden 20. Carol Anne Byrne Jacqui Stokes 22. Erica Hebert Marlene Ricci 24. Paula Monahan 25. Nellie Poulin Carrie Leoncavallo 27. Barry Bruyette Stephanie Morey Donna Salvoni Stefanie Suehnholz 31. Abby Maguire Tara Kaminski Melissa Mills

1987-90 2003-06 1988-91 1994-97 1989-92 1990-93 2005-08 1987-90 1977-80 1976-79 2006-09 1977-80 1986-89 1980-83 2002-05 1989-92 2007-10 2007-10 2005-08 1986-87 1986-89 1996-99 1984-87 1978-81 2006-09 1996-99 1978 1986-89 1981-84 2000-03 2004-07 1992-95 1991-94

INDIVIDUAL

Most Goals Scored

RECORDS

Game: 9 vs Fairfield (1985) and

Most Goals

Conn. College (1980)

Season: 33, Linda Wage (1978)

Season: 67 (1989)

Career: 95, Linda Wage (1977-80)

Most Goals Allowed

Most Assists

Game: 12 vs Ithaca (1982)

Season: 19, Paula Wagoner (1997)

Season: 70 (2011)

Career: 48, Cami White (1987-90)

Fewest Goals Allowed

Most Points

Season: 15 (1987)

Season: 76, Linda Wage (1978)

Most Wins

Career: 213, Linda Wage (1977-80)

Cami White '91

Linda Wage '81

Season: 21 (1989) Most Losses

GOALTENDING

Season: 15 (1998)

RECORDS

Fewest Losses

Most Saves

Season: 1 (1987)

Season: 236, Gina Martineillo (1985)

Most Shutouts

Career: 685, Sandra O'Gorman (1985-88)

Season: 11 (1987, 1988) ALL-TIME BIG EAST AWARDS Mirandi Balg 1997 Second Team Lyndsey Brooks 1999 All-Rookie Team 2001, 02 Second Team Rachel Chamberlain 2006, 07 First Team 2006, 07 Goalkeeper of the Year 2008, 09 Second Team Jennifer Chin 2002 First Team Cathy Guden 1993 Player of the Year 1993 First Team Debbie Hagie 1991 Most Outstanding Performer at BIG EAST Championship Erica Hebert 1996 All-Rookie Team 1997, 98 First Team 1999 Second Team Tara Kaminski 1994 First Team 1993 Second Team Jessica Lane 2007, 08 Second Team Carrie Leoncavallo

48 44 42 36 31 30 27 26 24 24 23 23 22 21 20 19 16 16 16 15 15 14 14 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 10 10 10

1996

All-Rookie Team

Jaime Lipski Kara Lukens Gina Martiniello Abby Maguire Adrienne Marois Melissa McGow Melissa Mills Nellie Poulin Kim Robbins Julie Ruggieri Lauren Sickel Kathleen Schanne Jamie Shipman Michalagh Stoddard

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2009, 2010 2001 2002 1993 2005, 06 2007 2009 2004, 06 1993, 94 2007, 08, 09 1993, 94 2009 2010 2004 2005, 06 1995 1996, 97, 98 2006 2007

Second Team Second Team First Team Second Team Second Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team Second Team First Team Second Team Second Team First Team Second Team

Stefanie Suehnholz Julie Tanguay Henni Tietze Paula Wagoner Andrea Weyl Katie Willett Breanne Wojnarowicz Meredith Zenowich

2000 All-Rookie Team 2002 Second Team 2000 Second Team 2011 Second-Team 1994 Rookie of the Year 1995, 96, 97 First Team 1997 Offensive Player of the Year 1996 All-Rookie Team 1998 All-Rookie Team 1999, 00 Second Team 2001 First Team 1997 All-Rookie Team 1999, 00 First Team 1993, 95 Second Team


ALL-AMERICA / ALL-REGION SELECTIONS ALL-REGION SELECTIONS

CHERYL ADAMS 1987 - First Team

SANDRA O'GORMAN 1987 - First Team

KAREN KRAWCHUK 1989 - First Team 1990 - Second Team

CAMI WHITE 1989 - Honorable Mention 1990 - First Team

CATHY GUDEN 1991 - Second Team 1992, 1993 - First Team

PAULA WAGONER 1996 - Third Team 1997 - Second Team

LAUREN SICKEL 2006 - Third Team

RACHEL CHAMBERLAIN 2006 - Third Team

NELLIE POULIN 2008 - Third Team 2009 - Second Team

Cheryl Adams 1987, First Team Carol Anne Byrne 1987 - First Team Lynne Campbell 1991 - Second Team 1992 - First Team Rachel Chamberlain 2006 - First Team 2007 - Second Team Jennifer Chin 2002 - Second Team Sheila Connelly 1989 - Honorable Mention Jennifer Finley 1991 - Second Team Nicole Fernandez 2010 - Second Team Cathy Guden 1990 - Second Team 1991,1992,1993 - First Team Debbie Hagie 1990 - First Team 1991 - Second Team Erica Hebert 1999 - Second Team Tara Kaminski 1994 - Second Team Karen Krawchuk 1988,1989,1990 - First Team Jessica Lane 2007, 2008 - First Team Katharine Lary 2003 - Second Team Jaime Lipski 2008, 2010 - Second Team 2009 - First Team Kara Lukens 2001, 2002 - Second Team Abby Maguire 2005, 2006, 2007 - Second Team Melissa McGow 2003 - Second Team 2004, 2006 - First Team Rebecca Mitchell 1992 - Second Team Gina Martiniello 1993 - Second Team Stephanie Morey 1989 - Honorable Mention Sandra O’Gorman 1987,1988- First Team Nellie Poulin 2007, 2008, 2009 - First Team Kim Robbins 1993, 1994 - First Team Julie Ruggieri 2009 - Second Team 2010 - First Team Lauren Sickel 2004 - Second Team 2005, 2006 - First Team Michalagh Stoddard 2006, 2007 - Second Team Jennifer Theberge 1990,1991 - Second Team Paula Wagoner 1995, 1996, 1997- First Team Cami White 1988 - Honorable Mention 1989, 1990 - First Team Katie Willett 2001 - First Team Breanne Wojnarowicz 1999 - Second Team

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Jennifer Abrams (2012) Cheryl Adams (1984-87) Sally Adua (2010-present) Maria Allegro (1984-87) Hillary Anderson (2010-present) Maria Auger (1976-77) Mindy Austin (1996-99) Beth Bagley (1976) Miranda Balg (1995-98) Kristen Baraiola (2003-05) Debbie Barnhill (1986-89) Mimi Beck (2011-present) Dolores Berlanga (1978-79) Daniella Bernasconi (2011-present) Lisa Bessett (1980) Laine Bigos (1988-89) Diane Blomstrom (1985) Kimberly Bradbury (1999-02) Lyndsey Brooks (1999-02) Barry Bruyette (1978) Tricia Buckanavage (1990-93) Karen Bullard (1977-78) Kasey Bulman (2010-present) Betsy Busch (1989-90) Carol Anne Byrne (1986-87) Christine Cameron (1993-96) Irene Campbell (1976) Lynne Campbell (1989-92) Lisa Capatostpo (1991) Sara Casey (2006-09) Rachel Chamberlain (2006-09) Deanna Chechile (1984) Liz Cherry (2004-05) Jennifer Chin (1999-02) Maggie Ciarcia (2005, 2007-08) Katherine Claeys (2004-05) Sharon Clegg (1977-80) Holly Clifford (1978-79) Deidra Clymer (2011-present) Emily Coholan (2010) Kim Cole (1983) Sheila Connelly (1986-89) Mary Cooke (1983-84) Mollie Costello (1994-97) Lisa Cotoia (1981-82) Amy Cox (1982-83) Lisa D’Addabbo (1976) Sarah Dagrosa (2001-04) Jennifer D’Amore (1996-99) Kate Davidson (1985-88) Joanne Del Deo (1976-77) Maura Desfosses (2000-03) Nicole Desjourdy (1990) Jill DiBattista (1987-89) Shannon DiStefano (2008-11) Amy DePietro (1997-00) Courtney Dolan (1993-94) Jennifer Dopart (1992-95) Courtney Dow (1999-02) Melanie Dowd (1990-91) Becky Drake (2000-04) Deirdre Duffy (2004) Elizabeth Dugan (1988-91) Annie Elcock (1988) Ellen Elcock (1984-87) Emily Ewens (2003-06) Julie Fahey (1993-96) Nicole Fernandez (2009-10) Jennifer Finley (1988-91) Carroll Finn (1981-83) Kerry Fisette (1983-86) Kaleigh FitzPatrick (2011-present) Kiki Fortier (1992-95) Rita Fraser (1978-81)

Jackie Fusco (2012-present) Beth Galluzzo (1982-85) Susan Garych (1976) Casey Geary (2000-01) Ginna Gervais (1996) Michelle Giffune (1990) Lisa Giovanucci (1979) Cecilia Giron (1976) Jackie Gladu (1980-83) Monica Glynn (1979-82) Mary Godbout (1979) Suzanne Goggin (1983-84) Patty Golden (1989-92) Rosemary Greenslade (1980) Kelly Grogan (2007-10) Cathy Guden (1990-93) Steph Guglielmo (2011-present) Jeanne Guillemette (1976-77) Debbie Hagie (1989-92) Denise Hagie (1989-92) Patty Hanlon (1982-85) Maura Harrigan (1985-88) Maura Harrington (1980-81) Mary Heald (1976) Erica Hebert (1996-99) Jackie Hennessey (1985-88) April Herrington (1993) Maggie Hoffmann (1998-01) Meghan Holden (2005-08) Jennifer Holland (2006) Kerry Hosford (2010) Ashlyn Hudson (2007-10) Susan Hutchings (1977) Amie Hutton (2002) Emily Jensen (2009-present) Meredith Jones (2001-04) Elaine Kaleta (1980-83) Tara Kaminski (1992-95) Eileen Kelly (1983-86) Katie Kelly (1999-02) Lauren Khozozian (1991-94) Lori Kitchen (1994-96) Allison Klugman (2002-03) Suzanne Kohler (1998-99) Heather Koopman (1994-97) Ali Kornfeld (2005-08) Karen Krawchuk (1987-90) Melissa Kroslak (2001-04) Nicole LaBranche (1997) Katie Lachapelle (1995-98) Jane Ladd (1977-80) Nicole Lamoriello (1991-92) Meg Landry (1997-00) Jessica Lane (2005-08) Kristin Lane (1996-99) Genevieve LaPaglia (2003-04) Jennifer LaRou (1992-95) Katharine Lary (2002-05) Timmary Leary (1989-90) Kathy Lenahan (1977-80) Carrie Leoncavallo (1996-99) Jamie Lerch (1997-00) Jaime Lipski (2007-10) Maura Logue (1996) Brittney Lomond (2007) Christie Lonsky (2009-10) Kara Lukens (2000-02) Kristi Lyman (1995-97) Ann Marie Lynch (1985-86) Trisha Lyons (1981-84) Bonnie Macdonald (1992-95) Emma Mackie (2012-present) Abby Maguire (2004-07) Noel Mahlstadt (2003-06)

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Joscelyn Mahon (2007-10) Caitlin Malone (2010-present) Kristen Malonoski (1997) Nancy Mandino (1978-79) Tara Manley (1989-90) Kristen Mannheim (1989-92) Eileen Mara (1992-93) Adrienne Marois (2006-09) Alison Martin (1998) Gina Martiniello (1990-92) Emily Matthews (2012-present) Stephanie Matone (2008-11) Kathleen Matos (1999) Sheila Matthews (1982) Sharon McCarthy (1976-78) Lisa McGilvray (1982-85) Melissa McGow (2003-06) Michelle McGovern (1982) Katie McGratty (1987-90) Ann McNaughton (1976) Gina Meli (1989-90) Tracy Menard (1985) Jodi Mifflin (1993) Melissa Mills (1991-94) Rebecca Mitchell (1989-92) Paula Monahan (1978-81) Megan Montecalvo (2006-09) Paige Moore (2006) Meaghan Moran (2000-03) Stephanie Morey (1986-89) Kiley Morgart (2004-07) Sam Mueller (2012-present) Ashley Mulkey (2008-11) Joan Murphy (1978-79) Kerianne Murphy (2006-09) Katie Myers (2008) Liz Noble (1981-84) Marilyn Noble (1978-81) Elizabeth Nolan (2000-02) Karaline Nolen (2001-02) Clare O’Brien (1976) Sandra O’Gorman (1985-88) Jeri Olivia (1976-77) Denise O’Sullivan (1993-96) Mary Catherine Ott (2006-09) Amanda Paquin (2004-05) Rachael Paul (2011-present) Claudia Petrozzi (1988) Ursula Petrozzi (1988) Amy Phillips (2001-04) Jessica Pickman (1992) Kelly Piwinski (1999-02) Patty Podesta (1986-89) Nancy Pope (1976-77) Nellie Poulin (2006-09) Gilda Provost (1990-92) Jackie Purcell (1992-93) Shannon Pustis (2009-11) Deirdre Quinn (2008-11)

Marlene Ricci (1984-87) Michelle Ricci (1984-87) Marie Ritchie (1976-79) Kim Robbins (1991-94) Sandra Roberts (1980) Cheyenne Rodriguez (2012-present) Bethany Rogers (1995) Kelly Romanowicz (2000-03) Brittany Ross (2010-present) Julie Ruggieri (2007-10) Rosanne Russo (1976-77) Donna Salvoni (1981-84) Nisa Sangiovino (1984) Colleen Schafner (1983-84) Kathleen Schanne (1993-96) Judy Van Schelt (1979-82) Stephanie Scavelli (2005) Gia Schioppo (1983) Salene Shaffer (2012-present) Lynn Sheedy (1976-79) Jamie Shipman (1995-98) Ali Shover (2006-09) Lauren Sickel (2003-06) Karen Siddell (1981-84) Christine Sideris (2007, 2010) Laura Smith (2003-04) Jaime Soteraides (1994-97) Kym Staples (1976) Emilie Stehly (2009-present) Michalagh Stoddard (2004-07) Jacqui Stokes (1986-89) Stefanie Suehnholz (2000-03) Lori Ann Szelag (1976) Julie Tanguay (1997-00) Heather Tattersall (1997-00) Kathy Teryaw (1976) Jennifer Theberge (1988-91) Henni Tietze (2011-present) Jane Timmerman (1985) Anne Timson (1999-00) Kim Vesling (2006-07) Callie Vitalo (2011-present) Linda Wage (1977-80) Paula Wagoner (1994-97) Colleen Walsh (2003-06 Jillian Walsh (2010) Kathi Weidman (2009-present) Jessica Weinstein (2003-06) Andrea Weyl (1996-99) Katie Whalen (1994-97) Cami White (1987-90) Alissa Wickles (1994-96) Katie Willett (1998-01) Hilary Wirtz (1997-00) Stephanie Wise (2001-02) Susan Woelfel (1976) Breanne Wojnarowicz (1997-00) Meredith Zenowich (1992-95)


THIS IS PROVIDENCE COLLEGE Responding to the needs of Rhode Island, the Dominican Order of Preachers made a special commitment to the state in 1917 and founded Providence College — the only institution of higher learning in North America that is conducted by the Order. In 95 years, Providence College has steadily moved to a position of national prominence, while maintaining a personal, communitylike atmosphere that fosters growth and development among its student population. Providence College’s rich heritage dates back to 1216, or the origins of the Dominican Order in Spain. Through the ages, the Dominican Friars became known as the “champions of the faith,” spreading the gospel message through the centuries into every corner of the globe. Today, Dominican Friars continue to spread the gospel in a wide range of remote areas of the world, to teach at every level of the United States educational system. With the Dominican tradition as its foundation, Providence College focuses on developing the entire person through its values-oriented education. The college seeks to complement a student’s knowledge with knowledge of his/her own values — values that will remain the foundation for sound judgement throughout a lifetime. To that end, Providence College aims to relate its curriculum to the problems of contemporary society, offering diverse programs of study that remain grounded in the liberal arts. Students may choose from some 60 concentrations ranging from computer science to labor relations to theatre arts. In addition, qualified students who wish to structure a program not specifically provided under the regular concentrations may develop their own program with the approval of the dean of the college. As part of the core curriculum, all students take a two-year, team-taught course, Development of Western Civilization (DWC) which integrates the study of literature, philosophy, history and religious studies through the ages into a cohesive interdisciplinary unit. Situated just on the fringe of downtown Providence, the College’s location enables students to have easy access to the many social, cultural, educational and recreational amenities of urban life - the Providence Public Library; entertainment at the Providence Performing Arts Center; sporting events, entertainment and trade shows at the Dunkin' Donuts Center and the Providence Convention Center, Providence Place Mall and dozens of fine restaurants. With several other major educational institutions located in Providence, the city has become a hub of collegiate activity.

THE MISSION OF THE COLLEGE

Providence College is a primarily undergraduate, liberal arts, Catholic institution

of higher education. Committed to fostering academic excellence through the sciences and humanities, the College provides a variety of opportunities for intellectual, social, moral and spiritual growth in a supportive environment.

The College actively cultivates intellectual, spiritual, ethical and aesthetic values

within the context of the Judaeo-Christian heritage. These values are nurtured by the unique tradition of the Dominican Order which emphasizes quality teaching and scholarship.

Providence College recognizes the unity of the human family that proceeds from

its one Creator. It therefore encourages the deepest respect for the essential dignity, freedom and equality of every person and welcomes qualified women and men from all religious, racial and ethnic backgrounds. Providence College prepares its students to be responsible and productive citizens to serve in their own society and the greater world community.

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE Affiliation Roman Catholic Dominican Friars Enrollment 3,852 undergraduates 11% from Rhode Island 64% from New England 42% men, 58% women Providence, Rhode Island 178,053 residents (US Census Bureau) 35,179 full-time college students in Providence 61,168 full-time college students in Rhode Island (graduate and undergraduate studies) Campus 105 acres Concannon Fitness Center/Peterson Rec. Center Basketball Courts Indoor Track Swimming Pool Racquetball Courts Nautilus Tennis Courts Dance Studio Weight Room Phillips Memorial Library 560,975 total volumes Albertus Magnus-Hickey Science Complex State of the Art Labs Computer Work Stations Research Facilities Seven Computer Labs Nine Dormitories Five Apartment Buildings One Suite Hall Faculty 401 members 9.2% Dominican priests or sisters 12.1:1 student to faculty ratio 90.8% Ph.D. or highest degree in field

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT MISSION The mission of the Providence College Intercollegiate Athletics program is to foster the personal development and education of young men and women through their participation in NCAA Division I athletics. Athletic contests provide an opportunity for the campus and the community at large to demonstrate their support of the College, its athletics program, and the student-athletes. The Athletic Department strives to fulfill student-athlete needs and goals in an environment steeped in the Dominican tradition in which honesty, integrity, mutual respect, effort and constant improvement are cherished and cultivated. 22 - 2012 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS


ATHLETIC FACILITIES Lennon Family Field, formerly known as The Friar Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex, is home to the Providence College field hockey and men's lacrosse teams. This $6-million state-of-the-art facility is one of the top athletic complexes to house field hockey in the Northeast. The complex opened in AuOpened: August 2005 gust of 2005 and was renamed Lennon Family Field during the spring of 2011. Since its opening, the Friars have enjoyed some of their most successful seasons in program history. Providence also hosted the 2009 BIG EAST Field Hockey Championship at the facility. In 2011, the College upgraded the watering system with six cannons - two in each corner of the field and two at midfield. With the future addition of a men's lacrosse/soccer field on campus, the facility will become the exclusive home of the Friar field hockey program.

LENNON FAMILY FIELD

THE CONCANNON FITNESS CENTER RUANE ATRIUM Opened: August 2007

The Concannon Fitness Center is a $15-million facility, which opened in August of 2007. The Concannon Fitness Center is adjacent to the Friar Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex. It houses the Friars' Jimmy Walker Strength & Conditioning Center as well as offices, conference rooms and locker rooms. The multi-level facility also houses a wide variety of nautilus, cardiovascular and free-weight equipment, which is open to the student body. Memberships also are available to the local community, alumni, faculty and staff. The varsity weight room is designed for use by student-athletes only, and is located on the first floor. The majority of the strength and conditioning curriculum is conducted in the facility - in addition to the Astroturf field, the Peterson Recreation Center and Taylor Natatorium.

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ATHLETIC FACILITIES JIMMY WALKER STRENGTH & CONDITIONING CENTER Opened: August 2007

CANAVAN SPORTS MEDICINE CENTER

Opened: Spring 2007; Completed: August 2008

Located in The Concannon Fitness Center, the varsity strength & conditioning facility is a 3,600 square foot area dedicated to the Friars' 19 intercollegiate athletic teams. The facility houses over 10 tons of free weights, including dumb bells ranging from five to 150 pounds and a full set of kettle bells. All hand weights, iron plates and bumper plate sets are engraved with one of the College's athletic logos. There are six Power Racks, each with an Olympic Weight-lifting platform. These training stations are extremely versatile and allow numerous athletes to perform a variety of exercises simultaneously. The facility also houses 'tools' such as stability balls, medicine balls, resistance bands, weighted vests, weighted jump ropes, plyometric jump boxes, dot drill mats, slide boards, lateral slant boards, lateral skaters, agility ladders, hurdles and numerous apparatuses to develop trunk strength and core stabilization. There also are two Woodway high performance treadmills that max out at 16.5 miles per hour.

The Canavan Sports Medicine Center opened during the 2007-08 academic year and became fully operational in August 2008. The center is the primary sports medicine facility for each of the College's 300+ student-athletes and its working space is roughly 4,000 square feet. This state-of-the-art facility includes nine treatment tables with assorted modality equipment and office space for the eight certified athletic trainers on staff. The space also provides two physician clinic offices, where primary care, orthopedic, chiropractic and podiatric physicians evaluate our student-athletes on a weekly basis. There also is a large rehabilitation/exercise area in the facility that houses a SwimEx rehab pool, one eight-person hot plunge pool and one eight-person cold plunge pool. During the 2011-12 academic year, the sports medicine center added and Alter-G Treadmill to its list of rehabilitation apparatus/equipment.

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ATHLETIC FACILITIES On January 20, 2007, the Providence College athletic department welcomed members of the late Helen Bert's family to celebrate the opening of the HELEN BERT Helen Bert Student-Athlete Lounge, located on the second floor of Alumni STUDENT-ATHLETE LOUNGE Hall. Prior to the Friars' game against Marquette on that day, there was a ribOpened: January 2007; Completed: Winter 2009 bon cutting ceremony. Bert's family also was presented with a gift honoring the late Helen Bert during a halftime ceremony. The event was attended by friends, family, administrators and faculty, along with the presence of countless alumni. The Helen Bert Student-Athlete Lounge provides an area for all varsity student-athletes to study in a quiet setting. During the 2008-09 academic year, the lounge was renovated and expanded. It houses seven computer work stations, one print station and a seating area for group projects and meetings. The newly renovated lounge also provides office space for staff members from the Office of Academic Services.

PETERSON RECREATION CENTER

TAYLOR NATATORIUM

The Peterson Recreation Center is located adjacent to Alumni Hall and is connected to The Concannon Fitness Center. The facility includes a four-lane indoor track, four regulation length basketball courts and two indoor tennis courts. The Peterson Recreation Center also houses a dance/workout studio and racquetball courts. The facility serves as a home for many of the recreational activities sponsored by the College and to a series of summer camps and College functions.

Taylor Natatorium is located in the Peterson Recreation Center adjacent to Alumni Hall. Taylor Natatorium is home to the Providence College men's and women's swimming & diving programs. The vast majority of Providence's 19 varsity athletic programs also use the facility for strength & conditioning workouts.

Renovated: 2007-08

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ADMINISTRATION ROBERT G. DRISCOLL, JR. ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT / ATHLETICS DIRECTOR

REV. BRIAN J. SHANLEY, O.P. PRESIDENT

Since Robert G. Driscoll was hired as the Associate Vice On February 1, 2005, Providence College anPresident for Athletics on November 2, 2001, Providence College nounced the election of Reverend Brian J. Shanley, athletics has experienced unprecedented growth in academic O.P., to serve as the 12th president of the College. and athletic performance, fundraising, facilities and community Prior to his arrival at Providence, Father Shanley involvement. Driscoll has reinvigorated the Providence College served as an associate professor in the School of Athletics program, leading the charge with a vision of creating Philosophy at The Catholic University of America in one of the most respected programs in the nation, where each Washington, D.C. student-athlete graduates and has the opportunity to compete for Father Shanley is a native of Warwick, Rhode Ischampionships. Driscoll was recognized for his efforts on June 10, 2008 as he was named land. A parishioner at St. Gregory the Great Church, the 2007-08 Astro Turf Athletics Director of the Year for the Division I Northeast Region he attended local public schools, graduating from Toll Gate High School in 1976. at the 43rd National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Annual Convention. In 1980, Father Shanley earned his undergraduate degree in history at He also was honored in 2009 by his alma mater, Ithaca College, where he received the Providence College. He holds a doctorate degree in philosophy from the Distinguished Sport Industry Leader award during alumni weekend. Most recently, he University of Toronto, where he completed the Collaborative Providence in was elected as Third Vice President of the Division I-AAA Athletic Directors Association. Philosophy and Medieval Studies. He also holds a master of divinity deIn addition to academic and athletic excellence, Driscoll has placed a strong emgree (theology) and the Licentiate in Sacred Theology (S.T.L.), both from the phasis on the enhancement of facilities at Providence. Driscoll worked strategically with Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. (Pontifical Faculty of the lead officials in the City of Providence and the State of Rhode Island to help spearhead Immaculate Conception.) an $80 million renovation of the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, which is home to the Friar men’s Ordained to the priesthood in 1987, Father Shanley has devoted his basketball team. The renovated Dunkin’ Donuts Center is once again a state-of-the-art entire career to teaching and administration in Catholic higher education. facility that seats over 12,600 fans. Renovations have enhanced the game-day experiFollowing teaching assignments at Providence College and the University ence by adding 20 luxury boxes, new seats, a video scoreboard, sound system, updated of Toronto, he began his tenure at The Catholic University of America in restaurant and concession stands, team store, locker rooms and new weight training and 1994, achieving the rank of associate professor in 2001. Father Shanley’s fitness areas. As a result, Providence College, the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, the city of Provifirst teaching assignment was at Providence College from 1988-91. He was dence and the state of Rhode Island hosted the First and Second Rounds of the 2010 an instructor of philosophy, and taught in the Development of Western NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, which was a complete success. Civilization Program. In March of 2012, renovations of Alumni Hall began and were completed in SepFather Shanley spent the Fall 2002 semester as a visiting professor at tember. Alumni Hall, which is the practice facility for men’s basketball and home courts the Candler School of Theology at Emory University. He previously engaged for women’s basketball and volleyball, is now equipped with a new ceiling, lighting, air in a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Notre Dame’s Center for conditioning and heating systems, upper level windows and new seating in the upper Philosophy of Religion in 1998-99. As the Regent of Studies for the Dominiand lower arena. The entire communications and data systems were overhauled and a can Province of St. Joseph, Father Shanley holds a seat on the Provincial Council, a body of 12 Dominican Friars serving as cabinet-level advisors to video scoreboard was installed, along with an enhanced audio system for public address the Prior Provincial. He advises the Prior Provincial on all matters pertaining and in-game entertainment needs. to the intellectual and academic life of the Province and oversees the acaIn addition, the College gained approval for renovations to Schneider Arena, demic endeavors of members of the Province, including those in preparawhich began in August of 2012. When completed, Schneider Arena, home of the Friar tion for the priesthood and those engaged in graduate studies. men’s and women’s hockey teams, will have new locker rooms, sports medicine room, a strength and conditioning complex and an equipment room. The College also will build a state-of-the-art soccer and lacrosse complex adjacent to Schneider Arena as well as a new softball complex and tennis courts on lower campus. The men’s soccer program received a generous donation from John Murphy ‘80 and renovated the soccer offices. The Joyce Murphy Soccer Suite opened in November of 2008. The suite features new offices, meeting spaces and a lounge area equipped with flat screen televisions. The men’s soccer locker room also was refurbished thanks to a donation by Kerry and Karl Anderson ‘87. With the creation of the BIG EAST Lacrosse Conference, the lacrosse offices were renovated to go along with a new locker room. The volleyball locker room also was renovated and a new women’s basketball video room was created. In addition, the track/cross country offices and the women’s soccer offices also were refurbished. The Helen Bert Student-Athlete Study Lounge, which was opened in 2007, was recently expanded. Thanks to a generous donation from Judge Bill Leary ’60 and his wife, Emily, the Friends of Friar Hockey Room also was renovated at Schneider Arena. The Bill and Emily Leary Friends of Friar Room includes plasma televisions, high-top counters and meeting space for the teams. In addition, a media library room displaying the history of Friar Hockey was made possible thanks to a generous gift from Bob O’Connor ’62. In August of 2007, the Concannon Fitness Center, a state-of-the-art $18 million facility, was opened. The Concannon Fitness Center is adjacent to the $6 million Lennon Family Field (Astroturf facility), which was completed in August 2005. The Fitness Center houses the Friars’ Jimmy Walker Strength and Conditioning Center as well as administrative and coaching offices, conference rooms and locker rooms. The construction project also provides the department with a state-of-the-art sports medicine complex and a new ticket office. The Canavan Sports Medicine Center, which was completed in August of 2008, is equipped with a hydrotherapy room, which includes a SwimEx rehab pool and two plunges for cold/hot therapy. Driscoll served as the NCAA Ice Hockey Championship Committee Chair in 2010-11. He also represents the BIG EAST’s Athletic Directors on the Student-Athlete Advisory Council, serves on the BIG EAST Finance Committee and the HOCKEY EAST Television Negotiations Committee. He previously served on the NCAA Division I Management Council and was an NCAA Fellows Programs Executive Mentor. Driscoll joined the Providence community after 14½ years in athletic administration at the University of California, Berkeley. At Cal, Driscoll served as the Executive Associate Athletic Director and was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the department as well as overseeing football, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s water polo, rugby, strength training, equipment and the sports medicine programs. Driscoll was hired at Cal as the Associate Athletic Director for Student Services, a position he held for five years. He then assumed the position of Executive Associate Athletic Director, at which point he was responsible for the administration of 27 varsity sports. During his tenure at Cal, he oversaw 25 club sports, a staff of 250 and a $36 million budget. Prior to coming to Providence, he served as the Acting Executive Director for Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreational Sports. During his tenure, Cal won over 20 national championships, competed in the Citrus, Copper, Alamo and Aloha Bowls, NCAA Basketball Tournaments and the College World Series for baseball and softball. The Bears also finished as high as 12th in the NACDA Directors’ Cup. Before arriving at Cal, Driscoll served six years (1981-87) as the Athletic Director and Chair of the Department of Physical Education, Recreation and Intramural Sports at Mills College in Oakland, Calif. Prior to arriving at Mills, Driscoll was Assistant Athletic Director and Head Baseball and Hockey Coach at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y. from 1977-81. Driscoll was a stand-out hockey and baseball player at Ithaca College (N.Y.), where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education in 1974. He earned his Master of Science in Physical Education/Psychology of Sports from Ithaca in 1975. A native of West Concord, Mass., Driscoll was inducted into the inaugural class of Concord-Carlisle High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame (football, ice hockey and baseball) in 1993. He is the proud father of three children: Tara, a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley; Kelly, a graduate of the University of Michigan; and Sean, a graduate of Providence College. He and his wife Cathy reside in North Kingstown.

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ACADEMIC SERVICES SERVICES AVAILABLE TO STUDENT-ATHLETES THROUGH ATHLETIC ACADEMIC SERVICES Academic Monitoring Progress report slips (i.e., requesting information regarding class attendance and performance) are sent to each instructor for all student-athletes at least once per semester. The staff tracks individual progress, schedules meetings with studentathletes as appropriate, and personally contacts instructors as necessary. Counseling/Mentoring The staff meets with student-athletes, individually and in-groups, regarding academic, athletic, career, and/or personal issues. Life Skills Program/Special Projects Programs and workshops on select life skills (i.e., NCAA/CHAMPS Life Skills Program) are presented, covering the following five component areas: academics, personal development, community service, athletics, and career development. The OAS has collaborative relationships with many units on campus to help provide these services. Pre-Registration The staff assists student-athletes with planning and course registration. In conjunction with the Office of Academic Records, dates are determined for preregistration each semester. Study Hall Quiet, monitored study time is available, during daytime and evening hours. Student-athletes are required and/or recommended to attend, on a sport-by-sport basis, by their respective head coach. Travel Notifications At the beginning of each semester, student-athletes are provided with letters for their instructors, notifying them of travel/competitive schedules. Tutorial Services and The Writing Center The Tutorial Center, which is nationally certified by the College Reading & Learning Association, provides peer tutoring in most all subject areas. The Tutorial Center is open until 9:00 pm weeknights. The Writing Center provides more intensive and specialized writing support and also maintains evening hours for student-athletes’ convenience.

ATHLETIC ACADEMIC SERVICES The Office of Academic Services (OAS) provides specialized support to student-athletes in light of the unique time demands, responsibilities, and rules governing participation in intercollegiate athletics. Holistic services are provided in a safe, personal environment where academic growth is a priority, personal development and independence are enhanced, and long-term success is nurtured by a staff which models these same commitments. Student-athletes who have distinguished themselves in the classroom, as well as on the field or court, may be nominated for the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team, the HOCKEY EAST Academic Honor Roll, America East All-Academic Team, NFHCA Division I Academic Team or ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American Program presented by CoSIDA. The Providence College Athletic Department also honors student-athletes each semester who have achieved a 3.00 grade point average or higher.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Providence College is primarily a coeducational four-year undergraduate college of liberal arts and sciences. Its main objective is the intellectual development of its students through the disciplines of the sciences and the humanities, equipping them to become productive and responsible citizens of a democratic society. To be eligible for a degree, a student must accumulate 116 credit hours over an eight semester period with an overall quality point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale. In addition, a student must complete a minimum of 24 upper-division credits in the field of their major with an overall 2.0 cumulative average unless stipulated. Included in the total credit hours are the ALL-TIME FIELD HOCKEY following prerequisites for any degree: Development of Western Civilization (20); Social ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA Sciences (6); Natural Science (6); Philosophy (6); Theology (6); Mathematics (3) and Fine SELECTIONS Arts (3). The remaining credit hours are elective with at least nine coming from areas outside one’s major. In addition, all students establish English (writing) Proficiency by ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS coursework or standards designated by the English Department. Cami White The most popular majors for the Class of 2012 were biology, management, 1988,1989,1990 marketing, psychology and finance. Although this may seem overwhelming on paper, Jennifer Dopart our staff goes to great lengths to monitor each student’s academic progress. It’s a 1994 system that Providence is quite proud of and one which we’ve worked long and hard GTE/CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA to establish. AT-LARGE TEAM Any student-athlete who feels the need for tutorial assistance can utilize the college’s Cami White tutorial center, as well as the athletic department’s advisors who can supply them with 1988,1989,1990 individuals capable of assisting them in their particular course of study. Katie Willett 1999 ACADEMIC SERVICES - STAFF VERIZON/CoSIDA ACADEMIC Jonathan Gomes, Associate Director for Academic Services ALL-AMERICA AT-LARGE TEAM Kaitlyn O'Malley, Academic/Life Skills Coordinator for Student-Athletes Katie Willett Jesse Strout, Graduate Assistant 2001 27 - 2012 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS


THIS IS PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND EXPERIENCE A CITY IN RENAISSANCE...

Providence, Rhode Island is among America's most dynamic, diverse and exciting new destination cities. Come and see it for yourself. Gather with thousands in the rejuvenated downtown for a magical WaterFire display. Catch a Broadwaybound show. Enjoy dinner in one of the city's many award-winning restaurants, then head to Federal Hill to sip an authentic caffe latte. Mingle with the more than 26,000 students who attend the city's five colleges and universities. Explore internship opportunities with the city's businesses and nonprofits and see a real-world path to career success. Providence College's scenic 105-acre campus is located just 10 minutes away from one of the most historic and cosmopolitan city centers in the United States. Come to Providence and embrace all that America's Renaissance City has to offer.

A LIVELY DOWNTOWN SCENE...

It's where Colonial-era cobblestone streets intersect with gleaming new office buildings. Where young men and women from across the nation intern with some of the most recognized names in finance, business, technology and healthcare. In Providence, there's always something happening, always a new exhibition, bookshop or bistro to check out. The New York Times describes it as one of the hippest towns in New England." And Money Magazine calls it "the best city in the East for young professionals."

PROVIDENCE IS AMERICA'S NEWEST DESTINATION CITY. HERE'S WHY... •

The Providence Performing Arts Center is the second largest indoor theater in New England

• The Dunkin' Donuts Center (home of Providence College basketball) has hosted the NCAA Hockey Championship and NCAA Basketball Tournament among other major sporting events. Providence College and the BIG EAST Conference office, which is located in Providence, R.I., cohosted the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship First and Second Rounds. • At the upscale Providence Place Mall, you'll find more than 160 shops, theaters, acclaimed restaurants and an IMAX Theater • The renowned WaterFire display on the Providence River is one of the many attractions that draw thousands to the city's dynamic downtown • With seven historic districts featuring beautifully preserved 18th-and-19th century architecture, Providence is one of the most historic cities in America • Providence has the country's largest per capita concentration of college students (26,000 in a city of just over 175,000), making it one of the nation's most student-friendly cities • Providence has a rich diversity of neighborhoods offering a wide selection of ethnic cuisine, from pad thai to paella • The nationally acclaimed Roger Williams Park Zoo is home to hundreds of rare animals from around the world • The city's rich cultural calendar includes dance performances, theater productions, music recitals, gallery shows and readings by prominent authors and poets For complete information, contact the Providence Convention and Visitors Bureau, (800) 233-1636 and the Rhode Island Division of Tourism, (800) 556-2484.

A WEALTH OF WEEKEND DESTINATIONS...

Known as the Ocean State, Rhode Island boasts more than 400 miles of stunning coastline. The world-famous mansions of Newport, along with the shores of Narragansett Bay are just a 30-minute drive from Providence. The ski slopes of New England make a great day trip, and the beaches of Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard are all within easy reach.

YOU'RE CLOSE...

Providence is a short drive from T.F. Green Airport. Known as the "hassle-free gateway to New England," the airport is conveniently located close to Interstate 95 and offers non-stop flight connections to cities throughout the United States and Caribbean.

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2012 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY AUGUST 28 Tues. at Maine 4:00 p.m. 31 Fri. BOSTON UNIVERSITY 7:00 p.m. SEPTEMBER 3 Mon. KENT STATE Noon 8 Sat. HARVARD 1:00 p.m. 11 Tues. at Holy Cross 7:00 p.m. 14 Fri. at Georgetown $ * 4:00 p.m. 16 Sun. at Towson 2:00 p.m. 23 Sun. BOSTON COLLEGE 3:00 p.m. 28 Fri. at Connecticut * 7:00 p.m. OCTOBER 3 Wed. DARTMOUTH 4:00 p.m. 6 Sat. SYRACUSE * Noon 8 Mon. at Vermont Noon 13 Sat. at Villanova * 1:00 p.m. 16 Tues. at Brown 4:00 p.m. 19 Fri. RUTGERS * 7:00 p.m. 21 Sun. at New Hampshire 1:00 p.m. 27 Sat. LOUISVILLE * Noon NOVEMBER 2 Fri. at BIG EAST Championship # TBA 4 Sun. at BIG EAST Championship # TBA 10 Sat. at NCAA Tournament % TBA 11 Sun. at NCAA Tournament % TBA All dates and times are subject to change * BIG EAST Conference game $ at University of Maryland (College Park, Md.) # at University of Louisville (Louisville, Ky.) % at campus sites (TBD)

2012 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY TEAM Back Row • Jackie Fusco, Sam Mueller, Henni Tietze, Emily Matthews, Rachael Paul, Daniella Bernasconi, Salene Shaffer. Middle Row • Steph Guglielmo, Mimi Beck, Emma Mackie, Caitlin Malone, Sally Adua, Cheyenne Rodriguez, Callie Vitalo, Kaleigh FitzPatrick. Front Row • Kathi Weidman, Kasey Bulman, Hillary Anderson, Emily Jensen, Emilie Stehly, Jen Abrams, Brittany Ross, Deidra Clymer.


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