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Quick Facts Location................................................................................................ Providence, Rhode Island 02918 Founded .................................................................................................................................................... 1917 Enrollment................................................................................................................................................ 3,852 President................................................................................................... Reverend Brian J. Shanley, O.P. Denomination..........................................................................................................Catholic (Dominican) Associate VP for College Athletics/Athletic Director................................... Robert G. Driscoll, Jr. Assistant VP/Executive Associate Athletic Director/SWA...............................................Jill LaPoint Associate AD/Student-Athlete Development................................................................. Nick Reggio Associate Athletic Director/Facilities/Game Mgmt........................................................Carl LaBranche Associate Athletic Director/External Relations................................................................ Steve Napolillo Associate Athletic Director/Business..................................................................................... Marcus Blosom Associate Athletic Director/Marketing & Communications.......................................... Arthur Parks Associate Athletic Director/Sports Medicine......................................................................John Rock Associate Athletic Director/Compliance...........................................................................Joe Nicastro Conference ......................................................................................................BIG EAST, NCAA Division I Nickname ................................................................................................................................................. Friars Colors .......................................................................................................Black, White & Silver (PMS 877) Home Field........................................................................................................................................Glay Field Head Coach.................................................................................Jim McGirr (Rider ‘92), eighth season Record at Providence (Career).............................................................................. 35-56-16 (35-56-16) Assistant Coaches..................................................................................Samuel Lopes (Quinnipiac ‘02) .......................................................................................... Carlos Pinhancos (Rhode Island College ‘01) Office Phone...................................................................................................(401) 865-2032 / (401) 865-1973 Captains.....................................Jenna Roncarati, Alyssa Martino, Kerry Ann O’Connor, Laura DiClemente Athletic Trainer.................................................................................................................Lindsey Laturnau 2011 Record..............................................................................................................................................8-9-4 2011 BIG EAST Record/Finish............................................................ 5-6-0/T-4th American Division Players Returning/Lost...........................................................................................................................12/5 Starters Returning/Lost............................................................................................................................ 6/5 Sports Information Contact............................................................................................. Allison Wigand Phone....................................................................................................................................... (401) 865-2272 Fax............................................................................................................................................. (401) 865-2583 Website..................................................................................................................................www.friars.com

Allison Wigand (P) 401-865-2272 (F) 401-865-2583 awigand@friars.providence.edu

Credits: The 2012 Providence College Women’s Soccer Online Team Guide is published by the Providence College Athletic Department and all rights are reserved. All information in this guide is property of Providence College. Editor/Design/Layout: John May. Editorial Assistance: Allison Wigand, Jorge Rocha, Jim McGirr, Jen Rynearson and Jen Sullivan. Photography: Tom Maguire, Jen Rynearson and Jorge Rocha.

2012 Women’s Soccer Roster NO.

NAME

CLASS

POS.

HT.

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL

00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 15 16 18

Megan Sweeney Katherine Creamer Jessica Goudreault Alyssa Martino Jacquelyn Desrosiers Jenna Donahue Lauren Elia Amanda Webster Jenna Roncarati Kathryn Hiller Alexia Shea Melina Toman Allison Mills Renee Altimari Darci Vierra Morgan Thomasian Abby O’Brien

Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

GK GK GK D D/M D F/M F/M D F M F D/M M M D D

5-9 5-5 5-4 5-7 5-4 6-0 5-9 5-4 5-9 5-7 5-7 5-6 5-9 5-4 5-3 5-8 5-7

Coral Springs, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas Beverly Mass./Beverly Sherborn, Mass./Dover Sherborn Plainville, Conn./Plainville Cranston, R.I./ LaSalle Academy Avon, Conn./Avon Erie, Pa./Mercyhurst Preperatory Saugus, Mass./St. Mary’s Cumberland, R.I./Bishop Feehan Dartmouth, Mass./Dartmouth Brewster, N.Y./North Salem Albuquerque, N.M./Sandia Preparatory Atkinson, N.H./Timberlane Regional Westerly, R.I./The Prout School Norwell Mass./Norwell Manasquan, N.J./Wall

19 20

Catherine Zimmerman

Fr.

F

5-5

Morgan Testa Fr. D 21 Courtney Maguire Fr. F/M 22 Kerry Ann O’Connor Jr. D 23 Mary Vercollone Sr. M 25 Laura DiClemente RS Sr. F 27 Allison Walton So. D

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5-8 5-5 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-4

Boxborough, Mass./Acton Boxborough Regional Madison, N.J./ Madison

Potomac, Md./St. John’s College Smithfield, R.I./Smithfield New Rochelle, N.Y./The Ursuline School Pembroke, Mass./Pembroke Blue Bell, Pa./The Shipley School Brunswick, Maine/Brunswick


Providence College President/Athletic Director Reverend Brian J. Shanley, O.P. / President

On February 1, 2005, Providence College announced the election of Reverend Brian J. Shanley, O.P., to serve as the 12th president of the College. Father Shanley assumed his duties at the College on July 1, 2005, and succeeded Reverend Philip A. Smith, O.P., who served as the College’s president from 1994-2005. Prior to his arrival at Providence, Father Shanley served as an associate professor in the School of Philosophy at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.Father Shanley is a native of Warwick, Rhode Island. A parishioner at St. Gregory the Great Church, he attended local public schools, graduating from Toll Gate High School in 1976. In 1980, Father Shanley earned his undergraduate degree in history at Providence College. He holds a doctorate degree in philosophy from the University of Toronto, where he completed the Collaborative Providence in Philosophy and Medieval Studies. He also holds a master of divinity degree (theology) and the Licentiate in Sacred Theology (S.T.L.), both from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. (Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception.) Ordained to the priesthood in 1987, Father Shanley has devoted his entire career to teaching and administration in Catholic higher education. Following teaching assignments at Providence College and the University of Toronto, he began his tenure at The Catholic University of America in 1994, achieving the rank of associate professor in 2001. Father Shanley’s first teaching assignment was at Providence College from 1988-91. He was an instructor of philosophy, and taught in the Development of Western Civilization Program. Father Shanley spent the Fall 2002 semester as a visiting professor at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University. He previously engaged in a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Philosophy of Religion in 1998-99. As the Regent of Studies for the Dominican 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 the Prior Provincial. He advises the Prior Provincial on all matters pertaining to the intellectual and academic life of the Province and oversees the academic endeavors of members of the Province, including those in preparation for the priesthood and those engaged in graduate studies.

Robert G. Driscoll, Jr. / Associate Vice President/Athletic Director Since Robert G. Driscoll was hired as the Associate Vice President for Athletics on November 2, 2001, Providence College athletics has experienced unprecedented growth in academic and athletic performance, fundraising, facilities and community involvement. Driscoll has reinvigorated the Providence College Athletics program, leading the charge with a vision of creating one of the most respected programs in the nation, where each student-athlete graduates and has the opportunity to compete for championships. Driscoll was recognized for his efforts on June 10, 2008 as he was named the 2007-08 Astro Turf Athletics Director of the Year for the Division I Northeast Region at the 43rd National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Annual Convention. He also was honored in 2009 by his alma mater, Ithaca College, where he received the Distinguished Sport Industry Leader award during alumni weekend. Most recently, he was elected as Third Vice President of the Division I-AAA Athletic Directors Association. In addition to academic and athletic excellence, Driscoll has placed a strong emphasis on the enhancement of facilities at Providence. Driscoll worked strategically with lead officials in the City of Providence and the State of Rhode Island to help spearhead an $80 million renovation of the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, which is home to the Friar men’s basketball team. The renovated Dunkin’ Donuts Center is once again a state-of-the-art facility that seats over 12,600 fans. Renovations have enhanced the game-day experience by adding 20 luxury boxes, new seats, a video scoreboard, sound system, updated restaurant and concession stands, team store, locker rooms and new weight training and fitness areas. As a result, Providence College, the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, the city of Providence and the state of Rhode Island hosted the First and Second Rounds of the 2010 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, which was a complete success. In March of 2012, renovations of Alumni Hall began and were completed in September. Alumni Hall, which is the practice facility for men’s basketball and home courts for women’s basketball and volleyball, is now equipped with a new ceiling, lighting, air conditioning and heating systems, upper level windows and new seating in the upper and lower arena. The entire communications and data systems were overhauled and a video scoreboard was installed, along with an enhanced audio system for public address and in-game entertainment needs. In addition, the College gained approval for renovations to Schneider Arena, which began in August of 2012. When completed, Schneider Arena, home of the Friar 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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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, community-like 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, including Kenya, Nigeria and the Solomon Islands, as well as 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 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. Providence College students may choose from some sixty 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. 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 Broadway-bound 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 27,000 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.” 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. 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 • 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 (27,000 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.

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Providence College 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 following prerequisites for any degree: Development of Western Civilization (20); Social Sciences (6); Natural Science (6); Philosophy (6); Theology (6); Mathematics (3) and Fine 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 coursework or standards designated by the English Department. The most popular concentrations for the Class of 2012 were biology, management, marketing, psychology and finance. Although this may seem overwhelming on paper, our staff goes to great lengths to monitor each student’s academic progress. It’s a system that Providence

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, ice or court, may be nominated for the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team, the HOCKEY EAST Academic Honor Roll, American East Academic Team, NFHCA Division I Academic Team, ECAC All-Academic or the ESPN The Magazine All-America Program, presented by CoSIDA. The Providence College Athletic Department

Services Available to Student Athletes Academic Monitoring Progress report slips (i.e., requesting information regarding class attendance and performance) are sent to each instructor for all studentathletes at least once per semester. The staff tracks individual progress, schedules meetings with student-athletes 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 pre-registration 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. Student-Athlete Support Staff: Jonathan Gomes - Associate Director for Academic Services Kaitlyn O’Malley - Academic/Life Skills Coordinator for Student-Athletes Jesse Strout - Graduate Assistant Student-Athlete Services

2012 Providence College Profile AFFILIATION Roman Catholic Dominican Friars ALBERTUS MAGNUS-HICKEY SCIENCE COMPLEX State of the Art Labs Computer Work Stations Research Facilities

CONCANNON FITNESS CENTER PETERSON REC. CENTER Basketball Courts Indoor Track Swimming Pool Racquetball Courts Nautilus Tennis Courts Dance Studio Weight Room

FACULTY 401 members 9.2% Dominicans priests or sisters; 12:1 student to faculty ratio 90.8% Ph.D. or highest degree in field

CAMPUS 105 acres 7 Computer Labs 9 Dormitories 5 Apartment Buildings 1 Suite Hall

ENROLLMENT 3,852 undergraduates 11% from Rhode Island 64% from New England 42% male, 58% female

PHILLIPS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 560,975 total holdings

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Providence College Canavan Sports Medicine Center 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, 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. On October 17, 2008, Athletics Director Robert G. Driscoll, Jr. and Providence College President Reverend Brian J. Shanley welcomed Joe Canavan `65 and wife, MaryBeth, to Alumni Hall to officially open The Canavan Sports Medicine Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Concannon Fitness Center 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’ varsity weight room 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 Jimmy Walker Strength and Conditioning Center 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.

Lennon Family Field Lennon Field. formerly known as The Friar Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex, is a $6-million state-of-the-art Astroturf facility located in the heart of the Providence College campus. The “Complex” serves as the home venue for the Providence field hockey and men’s lacrosse teams, and also serves as a training facility for all varsity athletes as part of the strength & conditioning program. In addition to its use by Providence College athletics, the complex also is used for various recreation & intramural sports activities, summer camps and clinics.

Glay Field

Glay Field was opened on September 18, 1976 as the Providence College men’s soccer team defeated Merrimack, 4-0. The Field was dedicated on May 1, 1977. It was named after Wilmot Glay ‘78, a Liberian student and soccer player who died in 1975 of a rare bone disease. Glay Field now serves as the home of the Friar men’s and women’s soccer teams.

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Providence College Helen Bert Student-Athlete Lounge

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 Student-Athlete Lounge, located on the second floor of Alumni Hall. Prior to the Friars’ game against Marquette on that day, there was a ribbon 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.

Jimmy Walker Strength & Conditioning Center

Located in The Concannon Fitness Center, The Jimmy Walker Strength and Conditioning Center 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.

Peterson Recreation Center 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 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.

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Jim McGirr enters his eighth season as head coach of the Providence College women’s soccer team. McGirr is looking to improve upon last year’s 8-9-4 record and has high hopes for his squad this season, that includes 12 incoming freshman. McGirr, who now Head Coach has seven recruiting classes with the Friars, led Providence to the BIG Eighth Season EAST Tournament for the first time since 1994, defeating Rutgers in Rider ‘92 the First Round before falling to Louisville in the Quarterfinals. “Jim McGirr is the ideal coach to rebuild our program in the highly competitive BIG EAST,” Providence College Athletic Director Bob Driscoll said upon McGirr’s hiring. “He has coached at many different levels and he has experience recruiting in the BIG EAST. We are excited about the passion and commitment that he will bring to our women’s soccer program.” In his seven years at Providence, McGirr has rebuilt the program with a new recruiting style and intensity along the sidelines. This season, the Friars return 12 letter winners and welcome 12 newcomers. Prior to coaching at Providence, McGirr spent two seasons as an assistant at Villanova University. He helped the Wildcats advance to the NCAA Tournament in 2003 and 2004 and achieve national rankings during those seasons. The 2003 Villanova squad won the BIG EAST title and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16. He was in charge of many aspects of Villanova’s program, including scouting, video editing, recruiting, training and off-season development. McGirr is known for his championship level experience and continues to use it along the Friar sidelines. Head Coach, Providence College.....................................................................2005-Pres. Prior to coaching at Villanova, McGirr Assistant Coach, Villanova University...........................................................2003-2005 spent one season as an assistant coach at Assistant Coach, Loyola College......................................................................2002-2003 Loyola College where his team advanced to Volunteer Coach, Rutgers..................................................................................2001-2002 the 2002 NCAA Tournament. He also served Assistant Coach, Lafayette College (Men’s Program)..............................2000-2001 as a volunteer coach for Rutgers in 2001, Coach, New Jersey Olympic Development Team......................................1997-2002 helping guide the Scarlet Knights to the Coach, Wyckoff Torpedoes U-19 Club Team..............................................1998-2001 Sweet 16. In 2000, he served as an assistant Head Coach, Player Development Academy................................................2000-2002 coach at Lafayette College with the men’s program that captured the Patriot League Technical Assistant, Balitmore Bays U-14 Girls Club Team.................2002-2003 regular- season title. Director of Coaching, FC Delco Girls Soccer Club.....................................2003-2005 McGirr has extensive experience coachHead Coach, Bergen Catholic (High School).................................................1995-1999 ing at the club level as well. From 1997-2002, he was a head coach for the New Jersey Olympic Development Program. Additionally, he was the coach for Wyckoff Torpedos Under-19 Girls Club Team (1998-2001), head coach at the Player Development Academy for the Under-17 boys team (2000-02) and technical director/assistant coach at the Baltimore Bays Under-14 Girls Club Team (2002-03). Most recently, he served as the director for coaching for the FC Delco Girls Soccer Club, a position he held through 2003. He started his coaching career as the head coach of the boys team at Bergen Catholic High School in Oradell, N.J. He coached Bergen Catholic from 1995-99 and led the team to the 1999 New Jersey Parochial “A” State title. A 1992 graduate of Rider University, McGirr played three varsity seasons for the Broncs.

Jim McGirr

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Samuel Lopes Assistant Coach Second Season Quinnipiac ‘02

Samuel Lopes enters his second season with the Providence College women’s soccer team. Lopes is a 2002 graduate of Quinnipiac University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems. After playing at Quinnipiac, Lopes went on to play in the United States Soccer League for the Connecticut Wolves and the Westchester Flames. From 2005-11, Lopes was the head assistant women’s coach at Southern Connecticut State University. Lopes also has coached in many positions in women’s professional soccer, including as an assistant coach for the Boston Breakers in 2010, as the head assistant for the Hudson Valley Quickstrike Lady Blues in 2009, and as the head assistant for the New England Mutiny from 2007-08. From 2002-05, Lopes was an assistant coach for Saint Joseph’s College in West Hartford, Connecticut.

Carlos Pinhancos Assistant Coach First Season Rhode Island College ‘01

Pinhancos joins the Friars after spending the last four seasons (2008-11) with Rhode Island College as an assistant coach for the men's soccer team. Pinhancos graduated from Rhode Island College in 2001 where he received a bachelors degree in english and elementary education. Pinhancos also earned his master’s in public administration from the University of Rhode Island. After playing three seasons for Rhode Island College men’s soccer program(1999-01) Pinhancos has gathered over ten years of coaching experience with both men’s and women’s teams. Under his guidence RIC earned a berth to the Little East Conference Tournament in three-consecutive seasons (2009-11). In 2008 he helped the program reach the second round of the NCAA Tournament. From 2004-06, Pinhancos was a volunteer assistant coach for the Rhode Island College men’s and women’s soccer teams. While at RIC, the 2005 men’s soccer team won the E.C.A.C Championship. Pinhancos spent the following two seasons with the Community College of Rhode Island as the men’s soccer assistant coach. Taking his knowledge of the game, he founded the Elite Goalkeeper Academy in 2001 to help develop the overall performance and knowledge of young goalkeepers.

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Jenna Roncarati

Mary Vercollone

Sr. • D • 5-9 Cumberland, R. I. Bishop Feehan

Sr. • M • 5-5 Pembroke, Mass. Pembroke

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#23

AT PROVIDENCE: 2011: Started all 21 games anchoring the defense for the Friars…Took eight shots including three shots on goal...Named to All-BIG EAST Third Team. 2010: Named All-BIG EAST Third Team…Started all 18 games for the Friars…Third on the team in goals scored (three) and fifth in points (six) … Scored her first collegiate goal in a victory over Sacred Heart on 8/22…Named to BIG EAST Honor Roll on 8/23, 9/14 and 9/20. 2009: Started 18 and appeared 19 overall games as a part of the Friars’ defensive line… Totaled 19 shots with seven on goal… Named to the All-BIG EAST Rookie Team. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Bishop Feehan High School and earned four varsity letters in soccer, three in basketball and one in track... Captained the soccer and basketball teams in 2008... Team won the Eastern Athletic Conference Championship (EAC) in 2007 and 2008... Named Massachusetts All-State in 2008, Sun Chronicle All-State First Team from 2006-08 and Division I First-Team Eastern Mass Girls Soccer Coaches Team in 2007 and 2008... MVP of her high school soccer team in 2007... EAC All-Star Soccer Team from 2006-2008... Leading scorer in EAC in 2008... Fourth leading scorer at BFHS and single season assist leader, with 22, in 2007... Inducted into National, Spanish, Science and History Honor Society... Received Student Athlete Citizenship Award and the Providence College Book Award. CLUB SOCCER: Played for R.I. Rays United Soccer Club from 2004-07 and South Shore Select Soccer Club from 2008-09...Soccer R.I. OPP Female Player of the Year in 2007...Team won R.I. State Cup Championship in 2006 and 2007...Region I Pool Play in 2008...Named WPSL All-East Second Team (Bay State Select). PERSONAL: Born January 21, 1991...Daughter of Denise and Robert Roncarati… Has older brother, Michael... Biology/secondary education major. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Mia Hamm FAVORITE TEAMS: U.S. Women’s National Team HOBBIES: Working out, art (sketching and drawing), soccer and basketball

AT PROVIDENCE: 2011: Started in 15 games and played in 19 overall for the Friars... Notched three goals and two assists for eight points... Scored the game-winning goal in Providence’s win versus Pittsburgh on 10/16... Took 16 shots including 10 shots on goal for a .625 shots on goal percentage. 2010: Appeared in 15 games and started one … Registered her first collegiate goal in the form of a game winner against Marist on 9/5. 2009: Appeared in all 19 games for the Friars and started eight… Notched one point on a game-winning assist in a 1-0 victory over Villanova on 10/4. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned seven varsity letters with four in soccer and three in track at Sacred Heart High School and Pembroke High School... Earned Scholar-Athlete Award from 20052008... Named Patriot League All-Star in 2007 and 2008, Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic 2008, Brockton Enterprise All-Scholastic 2008, First-Team Eastern Mass All-Star 2008, Mass All-State All-Star 2008 and Student-Athlete Citizenship Award 2008... Team was league champions in 2007 and 2008. CLUB SOCCER: Member of the Crusaders who were State Champions in 2004 and were the 2006 Maple Division I Champions. PERSONAL: Born July 23, 1991...Daughter of Paula and Jack Vercollone… Has 10 brothers and sisters...Mathematics major. FAVORITE ATHLETES: John Wooden HOBBIES: Soccer, track, hiking and cooking

CAREER STATS CAREER STATS

YEAR GP/GS SH G A PTS

YEAR GP/GS SH G A PTS

2009 19/8 16 0 1 1

2009 19/18 19 0 0 0

2010 15/1 10 1 0 2

2010 18/18 10 3 0 6

2011 19/15 16 3 2 8

2011 21/21 8 0 0 0

TOTAL 53/24 42 4 3 11

TOTAL 58/57 37 3 0 6

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Laura DiClemente RS Sr. • F • 5-6 Blue Bell, Pa. The Shipley School

#25

AT PROVIDENCE: 2011: Started in 20 games and played in all 21 games for the Friars...Led the team with 21 points on nine goals and three assists...Scored the game-winning goal in victories over Marist and St. John’s…Scored two goals, including the game-winning goal with under a minute to play in a 2-1 victory over Connecticut on 10/22, to send the Friars to the BIG EAST Tournament...Took 37 shots including 20 shots on goal. 2010: Started three games and appeared in 17…Third on the team in points (seven) on two goals and three assists … Registered a goal in a victory over Rutgers on 10/3 and in a match against Marquette on 10/10 … Notched two assists in a win over Central Connecticut on 9/10 and another against Bryant on 9/12. 2009: Did not play due to injury. 2008: Was a key contributor in the Friar offense appearing in eight games and starting two. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner in soccer, one in basketball and one in softball at The Shipley School... Earned one letter in soccer and basketball at Wissahickon High School… Captained soccer team in 2008… Named to the Southeastern PA All-Area Girls’ Soccer First Team, All-Region America and was a First Team All-Main Line Selection in 2008... Rise Magazine Greater Philly All-Area Soccer... FSL Girls’ Soccer All-League Team...Team won Friends League in 2007, 2008 and was a finalist in 2006… Finished career with 30 goals and 58 assists. CLUB SOCCER: Member of PA ODP Team… Played for FC Delco for five seasons and captained the squad in 2008… Three time PA State Champions… USYSA Region 1 Championship Finalist in 2007. PERSONAL: Born February 23, 1990...Daughter of Nancy and Filippo DiClemente… Has older brother, Phil and older sister Erica... Management major. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Thierry Henry, Muhammad Ali, Tobin Heath and Marta FAVORITE TEAMS: Barcelona FC, Arsenal, DC United and Deportivo de La Coruña

Alyssa Martino Jr. • D • 5-7 Plainville, Conn. Plainville

#2

AT PROVIDENCE: 2011: Started all 21 games for the Friars… Scored one goal for two points. 2010: Appeared in 18 games and started 11…Notched one goal for two points… First collegiate goal came in a victory over Central Connecticut on 9/10. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Plainville High School as Valedictorian and earned four varsity letters in soccer and basketball... She was team captain of the soccer and basketball teams in her junior and senior seasons... Was the leading scorer on her team three years in a row from 2007-09 and holds the single-season record with 32 goals in 2009... Named All-Conference from 2007-09, All-State in 2009 and to the All-Academic Team from 2006-09. CLUB SOCCER: Played for the Connecticut Football Club (CFC) for two years and the Academica Futebol Club (AFC) for six years. PERSONAL: Born August 18, 1992... Daughter of Holly and Steve Martino... Has two younger sisters, Carly and Stephanie... Expected education major. FAVORITE TEAMS: New York Yankees HOBBIES: Reading and shopping CAREER STATS YEAR GP/GS SH G A PTS 2010 18/11 8 1 0 2 2011 21/21 8 1 0 2 TOTAL 39/32 16 2 0 4

Jacquelyn Desrosiers Jr. • D/M • 5-4 Cranston, R.I. LaSalle Academy

#3

AT PROVIDENCE: 2011: Started six games and played in 16 games overall for Providence. 2010: Did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from LaSalle Academy where she earned four varsity letters in soccer and one in lacrosse... During her career at LaSalle, the team went 66-3-9 overall and won the Rhode Island State Championship in 2008 and 2009... In 2008 and 2009, she was named All-Division North, All-State and was noted as an ESPN RISE State-by-State Top Player... Voted the Best Female Athlete in 2007 and 2008. CLUB SOCCER: Played for the Olympic Development program and the Rhode Island Rays Soccer Club from 2005-08, and captured USYS Rhode Island State Championships each season... She has played for the FC Stars of Massachusetts since 2008, who won the USYS Massachusetts State Championship in 2009 and were the Region I Premier Runner-Up. PERSONAL: Born December 13, 1991... Daughter of Lori and Jeffrey Desrosiers... Has an older sister, Nicole, and two younger sisters, Jessica and Allyson. .. Social work major. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Mia Hamm FAVORITE TEAMS: Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots HOBBIES: Piano, reading and going to Disney World CAREER STATS

CAREER STATS

YEAR GP/GS SH G A PTS

YEAR GP/GS SH G A PTS

2008 8/2

9 0 0 0

2010

2009 0/0

0 0 0 0

2011 16/6 2 0 0 0

2010 17/3 9 2 3 7

0

TOTAL 0/0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2011 21/20 37 9 3 21 TOTAL 46/25 55 11 6 28

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Providence College

Melina Toman

Amanda Webster Jr. • F/M • 5-6 Saugus, Mass. St. Mary’s

#6

AT PROVIDENCE: 2011: Did not play. 2010: Named All-BIG EAST Third Team...Started in 17 games and led the team in goals (seven) and shots (68)...Second on the team in points (14) and game-winning goals (two) ... Scored her first goal as a Friar against Iona on 8/27. 2009 (At Santa Clara University): Saw action in 17 games and started 10 at Santa Clara University... Totaled six points on two goals and two assists. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2009 graduate of St. Mary's High School in Lynn, Mass...Holds the record for all-time goals scored...Two-time Eastern Massachusetts Player of the Year... Twotime member of Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic team... Boston Globe Div. III Player of the Year...Two-time All-State All-Star...Two-time conference MVP... Four-time conference all-star...Two-time conference leading scorer. CLUB SOCCER: Member of FC Stars of Massachusetts... Two-time state champions... Four-time member of Massachusetts ODP team, and three-time member of ODP Region 1 pool. PERSONAL: Daughter of Dave and Joann Webster... Has younger twin siblings, D.J. and Katie...Social science major. HOBBIES: Beach, listening to music and snowboarding CAREER STATS YEAR GP/GS SH G A PTS 2009 17/10 32 2 2 6

Jr. • F • 5-6 Albuquerque, N.M. Sandia Preparatory

#10

AT PROVIDENCE: 2011: Started eight games and played in 17 games overall for the Friars... Registered one goal and one assist for three points... Scored the game-winning goal versus South Florida on 10/9/11... Had 10 shots including five on goal. 2010: Played in one game against Iona on 8/27. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Sandia Preparatory School where she earned five varsity letters and served as team captain from 2006-09... Led her team to a Class I-3A State Championship in 2006... Named First-Team All-State from 2006-09, First-Team All-District from 2005-09 and District Player of the Year from 2007-09... Scored 105 career goals and notched 76 assists. CLUB SOCCER: Played for the Alameda Flash from 2006-09. PERSONAL: Born March 14, 1992... Daughter of Stephany and Jon Melina... Has an older brother, Cameron... Health policy and management major. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Fernando Torres and Thierry Henry FAVORITE TEAMS: Chelsea and Arsenal HOBBIES: Snowboarding, reading, listening to music, bowling, pottery and hanging out with friends CAREER STATS YEAR GP/GS SH G A PTS 2010 1/0

0 0 0 0

2011 17/8 10 1 1 3 TOTAL 18/8 10 1 1 3

2010 17/17 68 7 0 14 2011

0

0 0 0 0

TOTAL 17/17 0 0 0 14

Kerry Ann O’Connor Jr. • D • 5-4 New Rochelle, N.Y. The Ursuline School

#22

AT PROVIDENCE: 2011: Started 11 games and played in 15 games overall for the Friars...Took three shots including one on goal. 2010: Appeared in 18 games and started 17…Notched on point on an assist in a victory over De Paul on 10/15. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in soccer at The Ursuline School where she was named to the All-League and All-Section teams from 2007-09... She also was named the Most Valuable Player and Player of the Year in the league in 2007 and 2009. CLUB SOCCER: Member of the F.C. Sting Bees from 2005-09, Eastern New York ODP team from 2006-08 and the Syosset Sting from 2009-10... The F.C. Sting Bees were State Champions from 2005-08 and the Syosset Sting were State and Region I Champions, losing in the National Championship game in 2010. PERSONAL: Born October 1, 1992...Daughter of Theresa and Frank O’Connor…Majoring in health policy and management. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Heather O’Reilly and Roger Federer FAVORITE TEAMS: New York Yankees HOBBIES: Soccer, hanging out with friends, shopping and watching movies CAREER STATS YEAR GP/GS SH G A PTS 2010 18/17 0 1 1 1 2011 15/11 3 0 0 0 TOTAL 18/17 0 1 1 1

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Jessica Goudreault So. • GK • 5-4 Sherborn, Mass. Dover Sherborn

#1

AT PROVIDENCE: 2011: Saw action in one game for the Friars versus Holy Cross on 8/31...Totaled just under nine minutes of action, and did not record a decision. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in soccer, ice hockey and softball at Dover Sherborn High School … Served at team captain for the soccer, hockey and softball team her senior year … Registered 19 shutouts as goalkeeper for the soccer team … Named to First Team All-Star (2008-10) and All-State in 2009 … Top ranked goalkeeper in TVL (2009-10) and top ranked goalkeeper in Eastern Mass. (2009-10). CLUB SOCCER: Played for Massachusetts Premier Soccer and the Boston Renegades. PERSONAL: Daughter of Janene and David Goudreault … Has two younger brothers, Jeffrey and Johnny and a younger sister, Jacqueline … Undecided major. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham FAVORITE TEAMS: New England Patriots and Boston Bruins HOBBIES: Soccer, going to the beach and skiing CAREER STATS YEAR

GP/GS

MIN

GA/GAA SV/SV% W-L-T

2011

1/0

8:35

0/0.00 0/0.00 0-0-0

TOTAL 1/0

8:35

0/0.00 0/0.00 0-0-0


Providence College

Alexia Shea

Renee Altimari

So. • M • 5-7 Brewster, N.Y. North Salem

#9

AT PROVIDENCE: 2011: Started 16 games and played 17 games overall for the Friars…Notched her first career point on an assist in the Friars’ 3-0 victory over Pittsburgh on 10/16. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in soccer, three in basketball and three in softball at North Salem High School… Served as captain of her soccer team her senior year…In 76 games, she scored 50 goals and notched 23 assists…Was named to the All-League and All-Section team each year and named MVP of the league her junior and senior seasons… Named to All-State team her senior year. CLUB SOCCER: Played for the FC Sting (2008) and Albertson Fury (1992-09)…Named to the All-Tournament Team at the ECNL Showcase Las Vegas (2010). PERSONAL: Daughter of Katina and Greg Shea…Has an older brother, Gregory and a younger sister, Stephanie…Political science major. FAVORITE ATHLETES: David Beckham FAVORITE TEAMS: New York Giants and New York Mets HOBBIES: Listening to music, reading and chatting with friends

So. • M • 5-4 Westerly, R.I. The Prout School

#13

AT PROVIDENCE: 2011: Played in 10 games for the Friars as a freshman... Notched her first career point on an assist in the Friars’ 2-0 victory over Cincinnati on 9/23. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in soccer and two in lacrosse at The Prout School…Tallied 33 goals and 40 assists in her four years playing at The Prout School… Was a member of the Olympic Development Program in 2009… Was named First Team All Division 2 (2008) … Named All Tournament Team (2009)…Earned First Team All Division 1 (2010) … Led her team to become the RI State Champions (2006-2010). CLUB SOCCER: Played for the Jamestown Fortuna RI team (2007-2011). PERSONAL: Daughter of Richard and Julie Altimari…Has an older sister, Jennifer…Health policy and management major. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Messi FAVORITE TEAMS: Barcelona, USA Women’s National Team HOBBIES: Reading, snowboarding, laughing, eating CAREER STATS

CAREER STATS

YEAR GP/GS SH G A PTS

YEAR GP/GS SH G A PTS

2011 10/0 0 0 1 1

2011 17/16 2 0 1 1

TOTAL 10/0 0 0 1 1

TOTAL 17/16 2 0 1 1

Allison Walton So. • D • 5-4 Brunswick, Maine Brunswick

Megan Sweeney

#27

AT PROVIDENCE: 2011: Started in 18 games and played 20 games overall for the Friars as a freshman...Notched two assists for two points... Registered her first career point on an assist in the Friars’ first game of the season versus Bryant on 8/21. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in soccer at Brunswick High School … Served as captain of her soccer team her senior year … Tallied 82 goals and 39 assists in her four years playing at Brunswick High School … Was a Regional team member of the Olympic Development Program in 2008 … Was named to the All-Conference Team every year … Was named All-State and All-Region for three seasons … Named Maine Class A Player of the Year and Maine’s Gatorade Player of the Year her junior and senior season … Named KVAC Player of the Year and NSCAA Maine State High School Player of the Year her senior season … Named Team MVP her junior and senior seasons … Named NSCAA All-American her senior season CLUB SOCCER: Played for the Coastal Soccer Club for a total of six years and captained it for two years … Played for the Northern Virginia Majestics (2005-2006) … Played for Seacoast United Soccer Club for one year … Played for the Scorpions Soccer Club for two years PERSONAL: Daughter of Scott and Nicole Walton … Has an older sister, Amanda, a younger brother, Gregory, and three younger step-brothers, Anthony, Rocco, and Sava … Management major. FAVORITE TEAMS: New England Patriots and Boston Celtics HOBBIES: Tubing, wakeboarding, snowboarding, video games, and singing

Fr. • GK • 5-9 Coral Springs, Fla. St. Thomas Aquinas H.S.

#00

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas High School where she earned four varsity letters in soccer, as well as four in lacrosse. . . Led her team to a Class 5A Florida State Championship (2011)...ESPN Rise National Champions (2010-11)...Member of the National Honor Society. CLUB SOCCER: Played for the Lady Renegades FL team (2006-12)... Florida State Champions (2009-10)...Member of the Super Y ODP National Pool. PERSONAL: Daughter of Daniel and Mary Ann Sweeney . . . Has a sister, Katie, and a brother, Matthew . . . Major is currently undeclared FAVORITE ATHLETES: Bethany Hamilton BIGGEST THRILL IN SPORTS: Penalty Kicks

CAREER STATS YEAR GP/GS SH G A PTS 2011 20/18 14 0 2 2 TOTAL 20/18 14 0 2 2

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Providence College

Katherine Creamer Fr. • GK • 5-5 Beverly Mass. Beverly

#0

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in soccer and one in lacrosse at Beverly High School...Named Salem News Honorable Mention (2010). . .Posted nine shutouts her senior season...Team captain (2011)...Team MVP (2011)...Salem News All-Star (2011). CLUB SOCCER: Was a member of the Boston Aztecs (2005-21212) who were Massachusetts State semi-finalists (2009-11). PERSONAL: Daughter of Mary Neagle and Tim Creamer . . . Has an older brother, Daniel . . . Looks to pursue a degree in public and community service. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Tom Brady, Tim Thomas, Nathan Horton FAVORITE TEAMS: Boston Bruins, Boston Celtics, New England Patriots HOBBIES: Sports and music

Lauren Elia Fr. • F/M • 5-4 Erie, P.a. Mercyhurst Preparatory

#5

Allison Mills

#4

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in soccer, two in basketball and one in track for Avon High School...NCCC Scholar Athlete (2008-11)...Connecticut State semi-finalists (2009-10) ...Team Captain (2011). . . NCCC All Conference (2011)...Connecticut State Champions (2011). CLUB SOCCER: Played for CFC United who recorded three State Championships (2008, 2009, 2011). PERSONAL: Daughter of Terry and Colleen Donahue . . . Her mother, Colleen, played field hockey at Fairfield University (‘83) ... She has two older brothers, Tyler and Casey ... Major undecided. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Mia Hamm FAVORITE TEAMS: Green Bay Packers HOBBIES: Hanging out with friends, going to the beach, listening to music

Fr. • F • 5-7 Dartmouth, Mass. Dartmouth H.S.

#8

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters for soccer, three for basketball and three for track and field at Dartmouth High School. . .Tallied 26 goals in her senior year and served as team captain (2012) . . . Standard Times Leadership Award (2012)....Named Old Colony League All-Star (2011), Eastern Massachusetts Division I First Team All-Star (2011) and AllState Soccer Team (2011). CLUB SOCCER: A member of the Scorpians Soccer Club for five years (2008-2012). PERSONAL: Daughter of Emerson and Charlene Hiller . . . Has an older brother, Jay and a twin brother, Chris . . . Her father, Emerson, ran track at Umass . . . Biology major. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Wes Welker FAVORITE TEAMS: New England Patriots HOBBIES: Playing the violin, boating, snowboarding/skiing, running

Darci Vierra

#11

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in soccer, one in basketball and three in track and field at Timberlane Regional High School. . . She earned the title of Eagle Tribune Athlete of the Month (2011) in October. . . Named Second Team All-State (2011)...Member of the National Honor Society. CLUB SOCCER: Played for the FC Stars of Massachusetts ... Member of U16-U18 ECNL Team and the Super Y National Team (2009) ... Made it to the ECNL Final Four (2010-11)...Massachusetts State Champions (2010-11) and attended National ID Camp (2012)...New Hampshire State Champions(2006-09). PERSONAL: Daughter of Stephen and Joann Mills . . . Has a younger brother, Connor and a younger sister Madison. . . Biology major. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Rajon Rondo FAVORITE TEAMS: Boston Celtics FAVORITE BOOK: The Hunger Games

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Fr. • D • 5-9 Avon Conn. Avon

Kathryn Hiller

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in soccer at Mercyhurst Preparatory School .... Named All District (2010-11) and All Region (2008-11) ... Team Captain (2010-11) and led team to Pennsylvania State Championship (2010) . . . Part of Pennsylvania Olympic Development Program. CLUB SOCCER: Was a member of the Northern Steel Soccer Club (2011) and played for Century United Soccer Club (2012). PERSONAL: Daughter of Mike and Lynne Elia . . . Has one older sister Kristen and two younger sisters, Katie and Annie . . . Her father Mike played baseball and football at Trinity College, her mother played field hockey at the University of Rhode Island and her sister plays soccer at Trinity College....Undecided major. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Tom Brady FAVORITE TEAMS: Boston Red Sox HOBBIES: Playing sports, talking to friends

Fr. • D/M • 5-9 Atkinson, N.H. Timberlane Regional

Jenna Donahue

Fr. • M • 5-3 Norwell, Mass. Norwell H.S.

#15

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in soccer, four in basketball and four in tennis at Norwell High School...Played in 98 games and recorded 77 goals...She was team captain her senior season...Named League All-Star (2011) as well as Eastern Massachusetts All-Star (2010 ) and First Team All-State (2011) CLUB SOCCER: Scorpions Soccer Club (2002-12). PERSONAL: Daughter of Roger and Maryann Vierra . . . Has an older sister Erin and a younger sister, Kristi . . . Darci’s mother played basketball at Rollins College . . . Father played baseball at Rollins College. . . Sister played tennis at the University of Virginia FAVORITE ATHLETES: Christiano Ronaldo FAVORITE TEAMS: Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox, New England Patriots HOBBIES: Playing sports, hanging out with friends, going to the beach


Providence College

Morgan Thomasian Fr. • D • 5-8 Manasquan, N.J. Wall

#16

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in soccer and one in lacrosse at Wall High School... Scored seven goals as a senior and was named First Team All-Shore (2011) ...Named AllMonmouth County and All-Conference (2011)...Named Third Team New Jersey Group III... Conference Champions (2010-11). CLUB SOCCER: Member of the PDA Charge (2009 - 2012) and played for the Wall Wambats (2004-2009)... U17 ECNL National Championship Finalist. PERSONAL: Daughter of Matthew and Francine Thomasian . . . Has an older brother, Michael . . . Major is undeclared. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Alex Morgan, Victor Cruz FAVORITE TEAMS: NY Giants, Barcelona HOBBIES: Working out, going to the beach

Catherine Zimmerman Fr. • F • 5-5 Madison, N.J. Madison

#19

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in soccer and one in softball at Madison High School. . . Recorded 50 career goals and 25 assists... She served as team captain (2011). . . Named First Team All-County 2010 and All-Conference (2010-11)... Named First Team All-State (2010-11). . .She also earned the title of Morris County Player of the Year (2011) and Star Ledger Player of the Year (2011)... Member of the ODP NJ State Team (2007-08). CLUB SOCCER: Played for the PDA Charge... ECNL Finalists (2011-12) and Named ECNL San Antonio All-Event Team.. ECNL Finalists (2011-12)...State Cup Champions (2010-11) and Red Bull National League Champions (2009)...Premier League Finalists (2009) PERSONAL: Daughter or Mark and Clarice Zimmerman . . . Has an older brother, Ryan, and a younger brother, Patrick . . . Mother, Clarice, played softball at Mesa College San Diego. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Lionel Messi, Mia Hamm, Ryan Callahan FAVORITE TEAMS: NY Rangers, NY Yankees, NY Giants HOBBIES: Surfing, long boarding, biking, ice skating, traveling, reading, listening to music

Abby O’Brien Fr. • D • 5-7 Boxborough, Mass. Acton Boxborough

#18

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters in soccer, three in basketball and one in track and field at Acton Boxborough Regional High School . . . State Finalists (2009) . . . Northern Massachusetts Semi-finalists (2010-11) . . . Served as Team Captain her senior season (2011)...DCL Champions (2008-10) and was named a DCL All-Star (2011)...Member of the National Honor Society. CLUB SOCCER: Massachusetts Premier Soccer . . . Super Y League Champions (2011). PERSONAL: Daughter of John and Marybeth O’Brien . . . Has an older brother, Chris, who played football at Ithaca College and an older sister, Lauren. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Kevin Garnett, Sharlie Joseph, Rajon Rondo FAVORITE TEAMS: Boston Celtics, New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox HOBBIES: Drawing, reading, spending time with family and friends, going to the beach

Morgan Testa Fr. • D • 5-8 Potomac, Md. St. John’s College

#20

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters in soccer and two in basketball St. John’s College High School . . . Scored the winning goal in the 2011 WCAC semifinals. . . WCAC Women’s Soccer Champions (2011) . . . WCAC Honorable Mention (2011)...Member of the National Honor Society. CLUB SOCCER: Played for the MSC Mustangs for nine seasons (2003-2012)... State Cup finalists (2007-08). PERSONAL: Daughter of Daryl and Betsy Testa . . . One older brother, Trent, and three younger sisters, Brittany, Mackenzie and Kamryn. . . . Uncle, Brian, played baseball at Elon University and grandfather played basketball at the University of Richmond. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Abby Wambach, Alexander Ovechkin, Tim Tebow FAVORITE TEAMS: Washington Capitols, Washington Redskins HOBBIES: Watching tv, running, skiing, eating, sleeping, spending time with family

Courtney Maguire Fr. • F/M • 5-5 Smithfield, R.I. Smithfield

#21

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four varsity letters in soccer at Smithfield High School...Tallied 34 goals and 14 assists her senior year...Recorded 82 goals and 40 assists in her career...Holds single season and career record for goals...Named to First Team All-State (2010-11) and NSCAA High School Girls All-Region Team ... Named MVP 2009 Championship...Member of the National Honor Society. CLUB SOCCER: A member of the Scorpions Soccer Club (2005- 2012)... Massachusetts State Champions (2008-11)...Region 1 Champions and were National Soccer Championship Finalists (2010)...Played in the USYA National Champion Series (2009-11). PERSONAL: Daughter of Wayne and Anne Marie Maguire...Has a younger brother, Sean... Chemistry Major. FAVORITE ATHLETES: Megan Rapinoe FAVORITE TEAMS: Boston Bruins HOBBIES: Coaching and playing soccer

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OPPONENTS ADELPHI 10/11/86 Garden City, N.Y. 10/25/87 Providence, R.I.

(0-2-0, .000) 2-6 0-1

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(1-0-0, 1.000) 1-0

W

BINGHAMTON 10/16/01 Providence, R.I.

(0-1-0, .500) 2-2

T

BOSTON COLLEGE 10/5/83 Providence, R.I. 10/20/84 Chesnut Hill, Mass. 11/3/85 Providence, R.I. 10/30/86 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 10/11/87 Storrs, Conn. 9/10/87 Providence, R.I. 9/10/88 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 10/13/89 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 10/17/90 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 10/9/91 Providence, R.I. 10/7/92 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 11/3/93 Providence, R.I. 11/6/93 Providence, R.I. 10/7/94 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 11/5/94 Storrs, Conn. 10/4/95 Providence, R.I. 10/2/96 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 9/16/97 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 9/26/98 Providence, R.I. 10/1/99 Providence, R.I. 10/10/00 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 9/23/01 Providence, R.I. 10/29/02 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 9/24/03 Providence, R.I. 10/13/04 Chestnut Hill, Mass.

(2-20-3, .140) 0-6 0-3 1-4 1-5 1-5 3-4 0-4 0-7 0-0 (ot) 3-2 1-2 (ot) 0-1 2-1 1-2 0-1 0-4 1-4 0-1 0-4 0-2 0-4 2-2 (ot) 0-1(ot) 1-1 (2ot) 0-4

L L L L L L L L T W L L W L L L L L L L L T L T L

BOSTON UNIVERSITY 10/18/85 9/10/97 9/16/98

6-0 0-1 3-8

W L L

(1-2-0, .333) Providence, R.I. Boston, Mass. Providence, R.I.

BROWN 9/20/83 Brown 10/2/84 Brown 10/1/85 Brown 10/2/86 Providence, R.I. 9/15/87 Brown 9/14/88 Providence, R.I. 10/10/89 Brown 10/10/90 Providence, R.I. 10/12/91 Brown 9/12/92 Providence, R.I. 9/22/93 Brown 9/20/94 Providence, R.I. 9/20/95 Brown 9/18/96 Providence, R.I. 11/5/97 Brown 10/21/98 Brown 11/2/99 Brown 10/18/00 Providence, R.I. 9/9/01 Brown 10/25/02 Providence, R.I. 10/1/03 Brown 10/27/04 Brown 10/26/05 Brown 9/7/11 Brown

(4-20-0, .167) 1-4 L 0-2 L 0-2 L 1-4 L 2-5 L 2-4 L 1-2 (ot) L 2-3 (ot) L 4-3 W 0-1 (ot) L 2-0 W 0-2 L 1-2 L 0-3 L 0-1 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 0-2 L 0-5 L 2-0 W 1-3 L 0-1 L 2-1 W 2-0 L

BRYANT 1983 Smithfield, R.I. 10/27/84 Providence, R.I. 10/31/84 Providence, R.I. 10/8/85 Providence, R.I. 9/17/86 Providence, R.I. 9/17/87 Smithfield, R.I. 10/6/88 Providence, R.I. 10/3/89 Providence, R.I. 10/1/90 Smithfield, R.I. 8/28/08 Providence, R.I. 9/12/10 Smithfield, R.I. 8/21/11 Providence, R.I.

(11-0-1, .957) 3-1 4-0 2-1 2-1 4-0 5-0 4-0 4-0 4-1 3-1 2-0 2-2 (2ot)

W W W W W W W W W W W T

BUTLER 10/23/92 Notre Dame, Ind.

(1-0-0, 1.000) 4-2

W

CALIFORNIA 9/3/94 Pleasanton, Calif.

(0-1-0, .000) 1-4

L

CAL-POLY 9/9/07 Dartmouth, N.H.

(0-1-0, .000) 0-1

L

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT 9/10/10 Providence, R.I. 9/2/11 New Haven, Conn.

(1-1-0, .500) 3-2 2-1

W L

CHARLOTTE 8/28/11 Charlotte, N.C.

(0-0-1, .500) 0-0 (2ot)

T

CINCINNATI 10/02/05 Providence, R.I. 10/03/08 Cincinnati, Ohio 9/23/11 Providence, R.I.

(1-1-1, .500) 0-1 1-1 2-0

L T W

COLGATE 9/5/92 Providence, R.I. 9/11/93 Storrs, Conn. 9/25/94 Hamilton, N.Y.

(1-1-1, .500) 4-0 0-0 (ot) 1-2

W T L

COLORADO COLLEGE (0-1-0, .000) 9/04/05 Colorado Springs, Colo.

0-2

L

CONNECTICUT 9/14/83 Providence, R.I. 9/20/84 Providence, R.I. 10/5/85 Storrs, Conn.

(2-27-1, .083) 0-8 0-7 0-2

L L L

15

10/25/85 9/13/86 9/21/88 9/20/89 9/19/90 9/18/91 9/16/92 9/15/93 11/6/93 9/14/94 9/14/95 9/11/96 10/15/97 9/9/98 10/7/99 8/30/00 9/30/01 10/23/02 10/15/03 9/22/04 9/18/05 9/15/06 9/21/07 9/19/08 9/18/09 9/17/10 10/22/11

Providence, R.I. Storrs, Conn. Providence, R.I. Storrs, Conn. Providence, R.I. Storrs, Conn. Providence, R.I. Storrs, Conn. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Storrs, Conn. Providence, R.I. Storrs, Conn. Providence, R.I. Storrs, Conn. Providence, R.I. Storrs, Conn. Providence, R.I. Storrs, Conn. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Storrs, Conn. Providence, R.I. Storrs, Conn. Providence, R.I. Storrs, Conn. Providence, R.I.

1-7 0-1 0-3 0-4 0-1 0-2 2-3 (ot) 0-1 (ot) 1-0 0-5 0-8 0-10 0-5 0-11 0-3 0-4 1-2 (ot) 0-1 0-4 1-3 0-1 0-4 0-6 0-1 0-2 0-0 (2ot) 2-1

L L L L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L T W

CORNELL 9/13/92 New York, N.Y. 10/31/93 Providence, R.I. 9/23/94 Ithaca, N.Y. 11/16/02 Jamaica, N.Y.

(0-3-1, .125) 0-3 1-2 1-1 (ot) 1-2 (pk)

DARTMOUTH 9/29/93 Hanover, N.H. 11/1/94 Deerfield, Mass. 10/31/95 Hanover, N.H.

(0-3-0, .000) 1-3 0-1 0-7

L L L

DAVIDSON 8/26/11 Davidson, N.C.

(0-0-1, .500) 2-2 (2ot)

T

DELAWARE 8/30/09 Newark, N.J.

(0-1-0, .000) 0-1(ot)

L

DE PAUL 10/14/05 Chicago, Ill. 10/13/06 Providence, R.I. 10/21/07 Chicago, Ill. 10/19/08 Providence, R.I. 10/16/09 Chicago, Ill. 10/15/10 Providence, R.I. 9/30/11 Chicago, Ill.

(2-5-0, .286) 2-3 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 1-0

L W L L L W L

DUKE 10/3/93 Williamsburg, Va.

(1-0-0, 1.000) 1-0

W

FAIRFIELD 9/24/95 Fairfield, Conn. 9/5/96 Providence, R.I. 9/1/06 Providence, R.I. 9/23/07 Fairfield, Conn.

(1-2-1, .375) 3-1 2-4 0-0 0-1

W L T L

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL 10/5/89 Providence, R.I. 9/8/00 Miami, Fla.

(1-1-0, .500) 2-1 1-2

W L

GEORGETOWN 9/17/95 Providence, R.I. 10/12/96 Washington, D.C. 10/18/97 Providence, R.I. 9/13/98 Washington, D.C. 9/19/99 Washington, D.C. 10/14/01 Providence, R.I. 9/28/03 Washington, D.C. 10/01/04 Providence, R.I. 9/29/06 Washington, D.C. 10/02/09 Providence, R.I.

(2-7-1, .250) 6-0 2-0 0-2 0-3 0-3 1-2 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-2(2ot)

W W L L L L L L T L

HARTFORD 9/27/86 West Hartford, Conn. 9/26/87 Providence, R.I. 9/25/88 West Hartford, Conn. 9/23/89 Providence, R.I. 10/20/90 West Hartford, Conn. 10/19/91 Providence, R.I. 10/18/92 West Hartford, Conn. 10/6/93 Providence, R.I. 10/19/94 West Hartford, Conn. 9/14/07 Providence, R.I. 9/11/08 West Hartford, Conn.

(4-7-0, .364) 0-2 2-3 0-4 1-2 0-4 3-2 1-2 2-0 0-4 1-0 2-1

L L L L L W L W L W W

HARVARD 9/30/86 9/29/86 9/27/88 10/22/89 9/15/90 10/29/91 10/28/92 10/26/93 10/26/94 10/30/96

(3-6-1, .350) 0-3 0-1 0-1 2-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 (ot) 1-0 1-7

L L L W W L L T L L

HOFSTRA 9/6/02 Hamden, Conn. 9/05/04 Hempstead, N.Y.

(0-1-1, .250) 1-1 (ot) 0-2

T L

HOLY CROSS 11/1/83 Providence, R.I. 10/14/84 Providence, R.I. 10/20/85 Worcester, Mass. 10/26/86 Providence, R.I. 10/5/87 Worcester, Mass. 10/25/89 Providence, R.I.

(16-4-2, .773) 3-2 2-0 1-4 2-1 1-3 4-0

W W L W L W

Providence, R.I. Cambridge, Mass. Providence, R.I. Cambridge, Mass. Providence, R.I. Cambridge, Mass. Providence, R.I. Cambridge, Mass. Providence, R.I. Cambridge, Mass.

L L L L

10/24/90 10/17/91 10/1/92 10/21/97 10/7/98 10/19/99 10/24/00 10/30/01 10/30/02 8/31/03 9/12/04 9/09/05 8/25/06 9/4/08 9/9/09 8/31/11

Worcester, Mass. Providence, R.I. Worcester, Mass. Worcester, Mass. Providence, R.I. Worcester, Mass. Worcester, Mass. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Worcester, Mass. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Worcester, Mass Providence, R.I. Worcester, Mass. Providence, R.I.

1-0 2-0 6-0 1-0 0-2 0-1 2-1 (ot) 2-1 (ot) 1-0 1-0 2-1 3-1 1-1 3-0 0-0 5-0

W W W W L L W W W W W W T W T W

IONA 10/15/89 Providence, R.I. 10/14/90 New Rochelle, N.Y. 10/3/91 Providence, R.I. 9/27/00 Orono, Maine 8/27/10 Providence, R.I.

(4-1-0, .800) 6-0 3-4 7-0 4-0 4-0

W L W W W

KEENE STATE 10/6/84 Keene, N.H. 10/27/85 Providence, R.I.

(0-1-1, .250) 0-2 1-1 (ot)

L L

LAFAYETTE 9/8/06 Stony Brook, N.Y.

(1-0-0 1.000) 2-0 W

LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY 9/7/03 Providence, R.I.

(1-0-0, 1.000) 2-0

W

LOUISVILLE 9/30/05 Providence, R.I. 10/5/08 Louisville, Ky. 9/25/11 Bristol, R.I. 10/30/11 Louisville, Ky.

(0-3-1, .125) 0-3 1-1 1-0 2-0

L T L L

LOYOLA OF CHICAGO (4-0-0, 1.000) 10/31/97 Chicago, Ill. 10/9/98 Providence, R.I. 10/9/99 Chicago, Ill. 9/29/00 Providence, R.I.

2-0 3-0 4-0 3-0

W W W W

MAINE 10/5/91 Providence, R.I. 10/10/92 Providence, R.I. 10/16/93 Providence, R.I. 10/22/94 Orono, Maine 10/7/95 Providence, R.I. 10/15/96 Orono, Maine 10/22/97 Providence, R.I. 10/12/99 Providence, R.I. 9/13/02 Providence, R.I. 8/29/04 Orono, Maine 8/28/05 Providence, RI

(9-2-0, .818) 1-0 8-0 3-0 2-0 2-1 0-3 3-1 1-0 1-0 0-5 2-0

W W W W W L W W W L W

MANHATTAN 9/7/08 Providence, R.I.

(0-0-1 .000) 1-2 (ot)

L

MARIST 9/26/00 Orono, Maine 9/31/01 Providence, R.I. 9/15/02 Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 9/13/03 Providence, R.I. 8/27/04 Orono, Maine 9/05/10 Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 9/9/11 Providence, R.I.

(7-0-0, 1.000) 2-0 3-1 3-0 3-1 1-0 1-0 2-0

W W W W W W W

MARQUETTE 9/25/05 Milwaukee, Wis. 9/24/06 Providence, R.I. 9/28/07 Milwaukee, Wis. 9/25/08 Providence, R.I. 10/11/09 Milwaukee, Wis. 10/10/10 Providence, R.I. 10/7/11 Milwaukee, Wis.

(0-5-2, .142) 0-2 0-2 0-2 1-1 0-0 1-2 (2ot) 3-0

L L L T T L L

MARYLAND 10/8/88 Washington, D.C.

(1-0-0, 1.000) 2-0

W

MASSACHUSETTS 9/18/85 Amherst, Mass. 9/24/86 Amherst, Mass. 9/22/87 Providence, R.I. 10/12/92 Pepperell, Mass. 10/2/93 Williamsburg, Va. 11/13/93 Amherst, Mass. 10/10/94 Amherst, Mass. 9/2/07 Kingston, R.I. 9/21/08 Providence, R.I. 9/4/09 Amherst, Mass.

(3-6-1, .388) 0-7 0-8 0-5 3-1 0-1 0-5 0-3 1-1 1-0 1-0

L L L W L L L T W W

MERRIMACK 9/25/85 Providence, R.I. 9/22/86 North Andover, Mass. 10/17/87 Providence, R.I. 10/15/88 Providence, R.I. 9/27/89 Providence, R.I. 9/17/90 North Andover, Mass.

(4-1-1, .750) 3-1 0-4 2-0 1-1 (ot) 2-1 (ot) 3-2

W L W T W W

MIAMI (Fla.) 9/24/99 Providence, R.I. 9/10/00 Miami, Fla. 10/7/01 Providence, R.I. 10/22/02 Miami, Fla. 10/26/03 Providence, R.I.

(1-4-0, .200) 0-2 0-1 0-1 1-2 1-0 (ot)

L L L L W

MINNESOTA 9/7/07 Dartmouth, N.H.

(0-1-0, .000) 0-3

L

MONMOUTH 10/13/86 West Long Branch, N.J.

(2-5-1, .313) 2-1

W


OPPONENTS 10/4/87 10/7/89 9/23/90 9/29/91 9/27/92 9/22/95 9/22/96

Providence, R.I. Washington, D.C. Providence, R.I. West Long Branch, N.J. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. West Long Beach, N.J.

1-2 1-1 (ot) 1-2 1-2 3-1 1-4 0-5

L T L L W L L

NEW HAMPSHIRE 10/16/85 Durham, N.H. 10/15/86 Providence, R.I. 10/3/87 Durham, N.H. 10/1/88 Providence, R.I. 10/30/89 Durham, N.H. 9/29/90 Providence, R.I. 9/7/91 Durham, N.H. 9/8/92 Providence, R.I. 9/7/93 Durham, N.H. 10/4/94 Providence, R.I. 10/13/95 Durham, N.H. 10/10/96 Providence, R.I. 9/5/97 Hampton, N.H. 9/2/98 Providence, R.I. 10/27/99 Durham, N.H. 10/4/00 Providence, R.I. 9/25/01 Durham, N.H. 10/6/02 Providence, R.I. 9/16/03 Durham, N.H. 9/24/04 Providence, R.I. 9/16/05 Durham, N.H.

(6-12-3, .357) 1-4 2-0 0-1 0-3 0-3 0-1 (ot) 0-1 1-0 1-4 2-0 1-4 (ot) 2-3 1-1 (ot) 2-3 0-0 (ot) 2-1 1-0 2-1 0-0 (2ot) 2-4 0-2

L W L L L L L W L W L L T L T W W W T L L

NORTH CAROLINA 10/8/89 Washington, D.C.

(0-1-0, .000) 0-2

L

NORTHEASTERN 10/1/97 Providence, R.I. 9/6/98 Boston, Mass. 10/5/99 Providence, R.I. 9/01/04 Providence, R.I.

(2-2-0, .500) 5-0 1-2 (ot) 1-0 (ot) 1-2

W L W L

NOTRE DAME 10/22/91 Providence, R.I. 10/25/92 Notre Dame, Ind. 9/2/95 Notre Dame, Ind. 8/31/96 Providence, R.I. 11/2/97 Notre Dame, Ind. 10/11/98 Providence, R.I. 9/3/00 Notre Dame, Ind. 8/30/02 Providence, R.I. 10/03/04 South Bend, Ind. 10/16/05 South Bend, Ind. 10/15/06 Providence, R.I. 10/19/07 South Bend, Ind. 10/17/08 Providence, R.I. 10/18/09 South Bend, Ind. 10/17/10 Providence, R.I. 10/2/11 Notre Dame, Ind.

(0-16-0, .000) 0-2 0-1 0-7 0-14 0-7 0-8 1-5 0-3 0-3 0-6 0-5 0-4 0-5 0-2 1-3 3-0

L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

PITTSBURGH 10/12/97 Providence, R.I. 10/4/98 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10/15/00 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10/11/02 Providence, R.I. 9/29/04 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10/21/05 Providence, R.I. 10/20/06 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10/14/07 Providence, R.I. 10/12/08 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10/23/09 Providence, R.I. 10/22/10 Pittsburgh, Pa. 10/16/11 Providence, R.I.

(4-6-2, .416) 1-1 (ot) 2-3 1-1 (ot) 2-0 0-1 0-1 2-3 2-1 1-2 (ot) 1-0 0-2 3-0

T L T W L L L W L W L W

QUINNIPIAC 9/7/99 Hamden, Conn. 9/17/00 Providence, R.I. 9/7/01 Providence, R.I. 9/4/02 Hamden, Conn. 9/5/03 Providence, R.I. 9/10/04 Hamden, Conn. 9/11/05 Providence, R.I. 9/17/06 Hamden, Conn. 9/16/07 Providence, R.I. 9/6/09 Providence, R.I.

(7-3-0, .700) 0-1 1-2 2-1 2-1 1-0 4-3 2-1 1-0 0-3 3-1

L L W W W W W W L W

RHODE ISLAND 9/27/83 Kingston, R.I. 1983 Providence, R.I. 11/5/83 Lincoln, R.I. 9/18/84 Providence, R.I. 11/3/84 Providence, R.I. 10/23/85 Kingston, R.I. 10/22/86 Providence, R.I. 10/21/87 Kingston, R.I. 10/19/88 Providence, R.I. 10/18/89 Kingston, R.I. 10/31/90 Providence, R.I. 9/11/91 Kingston, R.I. 10/14/92 Providence, R.I. 10/13/93 Kingston, R.I. 10/12/94 Providence, R.I. 10/17/95 Kingston, R.I. 10/16/96 Providence, R.I. 9/2/97 Kingston, R.I. 10/27/98 Kingston, R.I. 10/4/99 Providence, R.I. 9/22/00 Kingston, R.I. 9/2/01 Providence, R.I. 9/1/02 Kingston, R.I. 9/21/03 Providence, R.I. 8/30/06 Providence, R.I. 8/31/07 Kingston, R.I.

(17-8-1, .673) 6-2 7-2 3-1 2-3 1-2 1-0 4-3 (ot) 4-3 0-1 3-1 (ot) 3-2 2-0 4-0 2-0 1-0 0-2 3-2 (ot) 2-1 (ot) 1-3 0-1 0-2 3-0 3-3 (ot) 1-0 2-1 0-4

W W W L L W W W L W W W W W W L W W L L L W T T W L

RUTGERS 9/22/84 Providence, R.I. 9/20/86 Providence, R.I.

(2-14-0, .125) 0-3 0-3

L L

11/1/87 10/9/88 11/4/89 10/28/90 10/1/95 9/29/96 10/26/97 10/16/98 9/10/99 10/19/01 8/29/03 10/7/07 10/03/10 10/27/11

Piscataway, N.J. Washington, D.C. Burlington, Vt. Providence, R.I. Piscataway, N.J. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Piscataway, N.J. Piscataway, N.J. Providence, R.I. Piscataway, N.J. Providence, R.I. Piscataway, N.J. Providence, R.I.

0-6 1-3 1-2 0-2 2-4 0-3 0-1 (ot) 1-2 0-5 0-2 0-5 1-0 1-4 1-0

L L L L L L L L L L L W L W

SAINT JOSEPH’S 8/28/09 Philadelphia, Pa.

(1-0-0, 1.000) 2-1 W

SACRED HEART 9/13/99 Providence, R.I. 11/1/00 Providence, R.I. 9/20/09 Providence, R.I. 8/22/10 Fairfield, Conn.

(4-0-0, 1.000) 2-1 (ot) 2-1 1-0 2-0

ST. JOHN’S 10/12/86 10/10/87 10/28/89 10/27/90 9/28/91 10/4/92 9/10/93 10/10/94 10/9/95 10/19/96 9/28/97 9/18/98 9/26/99 10/1/00 10/5/01 10/20/02 10/10/03 10/24/04 10/7/05 10/8/06 10/28/07 10/24/08 9/27/09 9/26/10 9/15/11

Jamaica, N.Y. Providence, R.I. Jamaica, N.Y. Providence, R.I. Jamaica, N.Y. Providence, R.I. Storrs, Conn. Jamaica, N.Y. Providence, R.I. Jamaica, N.Y. Jamaica, N.Y. Providence, R.I. Jamaica, N.Y. Providence, R.I. Jamaica, N.Y. Providence, R.I. Jamaica, N.Y. Providence, R.I. Jamaica, N.Y. Providence, R.I. Jamaica, N.Y. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Queens, N.Y. Providence, R.I.

(12-11-2, .520) 7-0 6-0 2-1 3-1 (ot) 3-1 (ot) 3-0 1-0 2-1 1-2 2-0 0-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 (ot) 1-2 1-2 0-2 1-2 2-2 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-1 1-0 2-0

W W W W W W W W W W W W L W L W L L L L L L T L L L T W W

SALVE REGINA 9/18/83 Newport, R.I. 9/18/83 Providence, R.I. 11/3/83 Providence, R.I. 9/29/84 Lincoln, R.I. 9/21/85 Providence, R.I.

(5-0-0, 1.000) 8-1 2-0 3-2 (ot) 1-0 3-0

W W W W W

SETON HALL 9/16/95 Providence, R.I. 9/21/96 South Orange, N.J. 10/4/97 Providence, R.I. 10/31/98 South Orange, N.J. 10/30/99 Providence, R.I. 10/26/01 South Orange, N.J. 10/19/03 Providence, R.I. 10/8/04 South Orange, N.J. 10/5/07 Providence, R.I. 10/01/10 West Organge, N.J.

(3-7-0, .300) 1-2 0-2 1-3 0-3 0-2 0-3 1-0 3-1 0-2 1-0

L L L L L L W W L W

SIENA 10/24/93 Providence, R.I. 10/1/94 Providence, R.I. 10/12/00 Providence, R.I. 9/11/09 Providence, R.I. 9/03/10 Loundonville, N.Y.

(3-2-0, .600) 3-0 2-1 2-0 1-2(ot) 3-4

W W W L L

SMITH COLLEGE 10/3/84 Providence, R.I. 10/3/85 Northampton, Mass.

(0-1-1, .250) 1-1 (ot) 3-5

T L

SOUTHAMPTON 10/4/86 Providence, R.I.

(1-0-0, 1.000) 2-0

W

SOUTH FLORIDA 9/23/05 Providence, RI 9/22/06 Tampa, Fla. 9/30/07 Providence, R.I. 9/28/08 Tampa, Fla. 10/09/09 Tampa, Fla. 10/08/10 Providence, R.I. 10/911 Tampa, Fla.

(2-3-2, .428) 0-0 (2ot) 0-2 0-1 0-2 1-0 1-1 (2ot) 1-0

T L L L W T W

SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE 9/14/85 Springfield, Mass.

(0-1-0, .000) 1-2

L

STANFORD 9/30/88 Providence, R.I.

(0-1-0, .000) 0-2 (ot)

L

STONEHILL 10/19/83 Providence, R.I. 10/9/84 North Easton, Mass. 10/12/85 Providence, R.I. 10/8/86 Providence, R.I. 10/3/88 Providence, R.I. 9/10/89 Providence, R.I. 9/11/88 Storrs, Conn. 10/6/90 Burlington, Vt. 10/26/91 Providence, R.I. 10/31/92 Providence, R.I. 10/30/93 Providence, R.I. 10/29/94 Burlington, Vt. 9/10/95 Storrs, Conn.

(8-5-0, .615) 5-2 3-2 2-1 2-0 3-0 1-0 (ot) 0-2 1-4 1-0 0-2 0-2 2-0 2-3 (ot)

W W W W W W L L W L L W L

STONY BROOK 9/10/06 Stony Brook, N.Y. 8/31/08 Providence, R.I. 9/13/09 Stony Brook, N.Y.

(2-0-1, .833) 0-0 2-0 3-2(ot)

T W W

SYRACUSE 10/25/96 Providence, R.I. 9/26/97 Syracuse, N.Y. 9/20/98 Providence, R.I. 10/10/99 Syracuse, N.Y. 9/24/00 Providence, R.I. 9/28/01 Syracuse, N.Y. 10/4/02 Providence, R.I. 10/12/03 Syracuse, N.Y. 10/22/04 Providence, R.I. 10/09/05 Syracuse, N.Y. 10/06/06 Providence, R.I. 10/26/07 Syracuse, N.Y. 10/26/08 Providence, R.I. 9/24/09 Syracuse, N.Y. 9/23/10 Providence, R.I. 9/18/11 Syracuse, N.Y.

(4-11-1, .281) 0-1 0-5 0-6 0-5 0-1 0-2 2-0 1-1 (2ot) 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-2 3-2 1-2(ot) 0-1 1-0

L L L L L L W T W W L L W L L L

U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY 9/02/05 Colorado Springs, Co.

(0-1-0, .000) 0-1

L

U.S. MILITARY ACADEMY 10/8/93 West Point, N.Y. 10/15/95 Providence, R.I.

(0-2-0, 1.000) 1-2 (ot) 1-3

L L

VERMONT 9/11/88 Storrs, Conn. 10/6/90 Burlington, Vt. 10/26/91 Providence, R.I. 10/31/92 Providence, R.I. 10/30/93 Providence, R.I. 10/29/94 Burlington, Vt. 9/10/95 Storrs, Conn.

(2-5-0, .286) 0-2 1-4 1-0 0-2 0-2 2-0 2-3 (ot)

L L W L L W L

VILLANOVA 9/14/86 Villanova, Pa. 9/12/87 Providence, R.I. 10/31/87 Villanova, Pa. 9/18/88 Providence, R.I. 10/29/89 Villanova, Pa. 9/9/90 Providence, R.I. 9/21/91 Villanova, Pa. 9/19/92 Providence, R.I. 9/19/93 Villanova, Pa. 9/17/94 Providence, R.I. 9/23/95 Villanova, Pa. 10/26/96 Providence, R.I. 10/24/97 Providence, R.I. 10/18/98 Villanova, Pa. 10/15/99 Providence, R.I. 10/21/01 Villanova, Pa. 9/19/03 Providence, R.I. 10/10/04 Westchester, Pa. 10/01/06 Villanova, Pa. 10/04/09 Providence, R.I.

(8-10-2, .450) 1-2 0-1 0-1 2-2 (ot) 0-3 1-0 1-0 5-1 2-1 (ot) 2-1 (ot) 2-6 0-5 0-6 0-3 0-1 1-0 0-2 0-2 0-0 1-0

L L L T L W W W W W L L L L L W L L T W

VIRGINIA 10/8/89 Washington, D.C. 10/15/94 Providence, R.I.

(0-2-0, .000) 0-6 0-1 (ot)

L L

VIRGINIA TECH 10/12/01 Providence, R.I. 10/13/02 Blacksburg, Va. 10/24/03 Providence, R.I.

(1-2-0, .333) 3-1 2-3 0-1

W L L

WAKE FOREST 9/14/96 Orono, Maine

(0-1-0, .000) 1-11

L

WASHINGTON STATE 9/5/94 Pleasanton, Calif.

(0-1-0, .000) 0-1

L

WESTFIELD STATE 9/22/83 Westfield, Mass. 10/24/84 Providence, R.I.

(1-1-0, .500) 0-2 1-0

L W

WEST VIRGINIA 9/7/96 Morgantown, W.Va. 9/20/97 Providence, R.I. 10/2/98 Morgantown, W.Va. 10/22/00 Providence, R.I. 10/20/02 Morgantown, W.Va. 9/17/04 Providence, R.I. 10/23/05 Providence, R.I. 10/22/06 Morgantown, W.Va. 10/12/07 Providence, R.I. 10/10/08 Morgantown, W. Va. 10/25/09 Providence, R.I. 10/24/10 Morgantown, W. Va. 10/14/11 Providence, R.I.

(1-12-0, .077) 0-4 0-1 1-0 0-2 0-2 1-4 0-3 0-4 0-3 0-3 0-1 1-2 1-0

L L W L L L L L L L L L L

WILLIAM & MARY 10/8/88 Providence, R.I.

(0-1-0, .000) 0-2

L

WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY 10/10/95 Storrs, Conn.

(0-1-0, .000) 2-4

L

XAVIER(Ohio) 9/4/95 Cincinnati, Ohio

(0-1-0, .000) 0-4

L

YALE 10/29/87 New Haven, Conn. 11/1/88 Providence, R.I. 9/12/89 New Haven, Conn. 9/12/90 New Haven, Conn. 9/24/91 Providence, R.I. 9/23/92 New Haven, Conn. 10/25/95 New Haven, Conn. 9/25/96 New Haven, Conn. 10/28/01 New Haven, Conn. 10/27/02 Providence, R.I. 9/4/11 New Haven, Conn.

(4-6-1, .409) 5-2 1-3 3-1 3-2 1-0 (ot) 0-1 (ot) 1-4 0-4 0-3 0-1 0-0 (2ot)

W L W W W L L L L L T

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SEASON HISTORY Northeast BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 5-1-0 18-6-0 Boston College 3-2-1 1110-1 BIG EAST Overall Miami 3-2-1 10-9-2 Notre Dame 9-0-0 24-2-0 St. John’s 3-3-0 6-11-0 Connecticut 8-1-0 22-3-0 Syracuse 3-3-0 12-7-0 Rutgers 6-3-0 14-7-0 Providence 1-4-1 7-9-2 Villanova 5-4-0 8-11-1 Virginia Tech 1-4-1 8-9-3 West Virginia 4-4-1 10-7-2 Mid-Atlantic BIG EAST Overall Boston College 4-5-0 9-8-0 Notre Dame 5-1-0 17-3-1 St. John’s 3-5-1 7-9-2 West Virginia 4-1-1 15-5-1 Seton Hall 3-6-0 8-9-1 4-1-1 14-8-1 Providence 1-8-0 2-17-0 Rutgers Villanova 2-2-2 13-6-3 Georgetown 1-8-0 6-11-1 Pittsburgh 2-4-0 7-9-1 Georgetown 1-4-1 9-7-1 BIG EAST Overall Seton Hall 0-5-1 5-10-2 Notre Dame 11-0-0 23-1-1 Connecticut 10-1-0 23-4-0 Northeast BIG EAST Overall Seton Hall 9-2-0 14-5-0 Connecticut 6-0-0 21-3-1 Villanova 6-4-1 8-8-2 Miami 4-1-1 9-9-1 Syracuse 6-5-0 14-5-0 Boston College 4-2-0 11-8-1 Boston College 5-6-0 9-6-2 St. John’s 3-3-0 11-6-4 Rutgers 5-6-0 8-12-0 Virginia Tech 2-4-0 6-11-1 West Virginia 4-6-1 11-6-2 Providence 1-5-0 8-9-2 St. John’s 4-7-0 11-8-0 Syracuse 0-5-1 3-11-3 Pittsburgh 2-8-1 3-12-3 Mid-Atlantic BIG EAST Overall Georgetown 2-9-0 7-9-0 West Virginia 5-0-1 18-3-1 Providence 0-10-1 5-12-2 Rutgers 4-1-1 14-3-4 Villanova 3-2-1 10-8-2 BIG EAST Overall Georgetown 3-3-0 11-7-0 Connecticut 10-1-0 21-2-2 Notre Dame 3-3-0 13-8-1 Notre Dame 9-1-1 21-3-1 Seton Hall 1-4-1 7-11-1 Syracuse 7-3-0 11-6-1 Pittsburgh 0-6-0 4-15-0 Boston College 5-3-3 12-6-3 Pittsburgh 5-6-0 8-11-0 Northeast BIG EAST Overall West Virginia 4-5-2 11-6-2 Connecticut 5-1-0 15-6-3 Villanova 4-6-1 9-9-2 Boston College 3-2-1 15-3-3 Rutgers 2-4-5 5-9-5 St. John’s 3-3-0 9-9-1 Providence 2-9-0 3-15-0 Miami 3-3-0 9-9-1 St. John’s 1-8-2 3-13-2 Syracuse 2-3-1 9-8-1 Georgetown 1-9-1 4-9-1 Virginia Tech 2-4-0 9-9-0 Providence 1-3-2 7-7-3 Northeast BIG EAST Overall Mid-Atlantic BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 5-0-0 17-8-0 Notre Dame 6-0-0 20-3-1 Syracuse 3-1-1 12-6-2 West Virginia 4-1-1 17-5-2 Boston College 2-2-1 16-7-1 Rutgers 3-2-1 10-7-5 Miami 2-3-0 11-8-0 Villanova 3-2-1 15-5-5 Providence 1-4-0 6-11-1 Seton Hall 2-4-0 5-12-1 St. John’s 0-3-2 10-6-3 Pittsburgh 1-4-1 5-10-2 Mid-Atlantic BIG EAST Overall Georgetown 0-6-0 7-11-1 Notre Dame 6-0-0 21-4-1 Villanova 4-2-0 14-8-0 BIG EAST Overall Seton Hall 3-3-0 11-9-0 Notre Dame 9-0-1 25-1-1 Georgetown 2-3-1 8-10-2 Connecticut 8-2-0 18-7-1 West Virginia 2-4-0 9-9-1 West Virginia 7-3-0 15-6-0 Rutgers 2-4-0 8-10-0 Boston College 7-3-0 17-7-1 Pittsburgh 1-4-1 5-12-1 Georgetown 5-4-1 9-9-1 Villanova 5-4-1 14-6-2 Northeast BIG EAST Overall Rutgers 4-5-1 9-10-1 Connecticut 5-0-0 17-7-2 St. John’s 4-6-0 10-8-1 Boston College 4-1-0 14-7-0 Syracuse 2-7-1 8-9-2 Syracuse 3-2-0 14-7-0 Pittsburgh 2-7-1 6-10-1 Miami 2-3-0 9-10-1 Providence 2-8-0 5-13-0 St. John’s 1-4-0 12-9-0 Seton Hall 2-8-0 7-9-2 Providence 0-5-0 7-11-1 Mid-Atlantic BIG EAST Overall Notre Dame 6-0-0 23-1-1 Rutgers 3-2-0 9-9-2 Seton Hall 3-3-0 8-10-1 West Virginia 3-3-0 15-6-0 Georgetown 2-3-0 8-9-2 Villanova 2-4-0 11-8-0 Pittsburgh 1-5-0 6-12-1

BIG EAST STANDINGS

1996 2001 1997

2002

1998

PROVIDENCE ‘S BIG EAST AND POSTSEASON HISTORY 1983 RHODE ISLAND STATE TOURNAMENT Semifinals Providence - 3 Salve Regina - 2 Finals Providence - 2 Rhode Island - 1 (3OT) 1984 RHODE ISLAND STATE TOURNAMENT Semifinals Providence - 2 Bryant - 1 Finals Rhode Island - 2 Providence - 1 1989 ECAC CHAMPIONSHIP Semifinals Rutgers - 2 Providence - 1 1993 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP Semifinals Providence - 2 Boston College - 1 Finals Providence - 1 Connecticut - 0 1993 NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Massachusetts - 5 Providence - 0 1994 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP Semifinals Boston College - 1 Providence - 0 (OT) 2002 ECAC CHAMPIONSHIP Semifinals Cornell - 2 Providence - 1 (PK) 2011 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP First Round Providence - 1 Rutgers - 0 Quarterfinals Louisville - 2 Providence - 0

2003

1999

2004

2000

PROVIDENCE’S BIG EAST HONOR ROLL 2004 2002 2001 1995 1995 2010 2010 2011

ALL-BIG EAST Maura Robertson 3rd Team Caroline Haines 2nd Team Kyle McAuley 2nd Team Amy Heseltine 2nd Team Karen Stauffer 2nd Team Jenna Roncarati 3rd Team Amanda Webster 3rd Team Jenna Roncarati 3rd Team

2009 2002 2001 2000 1999

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Jenna Roncarati Defender Kerry O’Malley Forward Maura Robertson Midfielder Caroline Haines Goalkeeper Kyle McAuley Midfielder

1993

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT MVP Jennifer Mead Goalkeeper

BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES 1993

17

Midfielder Goaltender Midfielder Midfielder Midfielder Defender Forward Defender

PROVIDENCE - 1

CONNECTICUT - 0


SEASON HISTORY BIG EAST STANDINGS Division A BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 10-10-0 15-5-2 Marquette 9-2-0 19-4-1 West Virginia 7-2-1 12-6-3 Syracuse 3-5-3 4-12-4 Pittsburgh 3-6-2 4-11-3 USF 2-6-3 7-7-3 St. John’s 2-7-2 6-10-3 Providence 1-8-2 5-11-2 Division B BIG EAST Overall Notre Dame 10-1-0 22-3-0 Villanova 6-1-3 10-5-4 Louisville 6-5-0 11-8-0 Rutgers 5-6-0 10-9-2 Georgetown 4-6-1 12-8-1 DePaul 3-5-3 5-8-4 Seton Hall 3-6-2 7-7-4 Cincinnati 1-8-2 3-11-4

DePaul Seton Hall

2-9-0 4-15-0 1-9-1 5-11-2

American BIG EAST Overall Marquette 7-2-2 15-5-3 St. John’s 6-4-1 13-6-2 West Virginia 5-3-3 10-7-6 USF 5-4-2 9-8-3 Connecticut 5-5-1 11-8-2 Pittsburgh 3-3-5 8-5-5 Providence 3-6-2 8-8-3 Syracuse 2-8-1 5-11-3 National BIG EAST Overall Notre Dame 10-0-1 21-4-1 Rutgers 7-1-3 14-4-4 Georgetown 6-4-1 12-6-2 Villanova 4-4-3 11-6-5 DePaul 5-6 10-9-2 Cincinnati 3-7-1 8-10-1 Louisville 2-8-1 5-11-1 Seton Hall 1-9-1 5-12-1

2005 2009

BIG EAST Overall American BIG EAST Overall American Marquette 7-2-2 15-5-3 West Virginia 8-2-1 14-4-3 St. John’s 6-4-1 13-6-2 Marquette 7-3-1 12-6-5 West Virginia 5-3-3 10-7-6 Connecticut 7-3-1 11-7-4 USF 5-4-2 9-8-3 St. John’s 5-3-3 10-5-4 Connecticut 5-5-1 11-8-2 Pittsburgh 3-6-2 8-8-3 Pittsburgh 3-3-5 8-5-5 Syracuse 3-7-1 4-12-3 Providence 3-6-2 8-8-3 South Florida 3-8-0 6-10-1 Syracuse 2-8-1 5-11-3 Providence 1-8-2 4-8-5 BIG EAST Overall National BIG EAST Overall National Notre Dame 10-0-1 21-4-1 Notre Dame 10-0-1 25-1-1 Rutgers 7-1-3 14-4-4 Rutgers 8-1-2 16-3-4 Georgetown 6-4-1 12-6-2 Villanova 7-2-2 16-4-2 Villanova 4-4-3 11-6-5 Louisville 7-4-0 13-4-3 DePaul 5-6 10-9-2 Seton Hall 3-6-2 7-10-2 Cincinnati 3-7-1 8-10-1 Cincinnati 3-7-1 7-9-2 Louisville 2-8-1 5-11-1 Georgetown 2-7-2 5-9-5 Seton Hall 1-9-1 5-12-1 DePaul 0-10-1 3-13-2

2006 2010

American BIG EAST Overall West Virginia 9-1-1 18-5-2 Connecticut 8-2-1 14-6-2 St. John’s 6-5-0 11-5-3 Marquette 5-3-3 12-4-4 Syracuse 3-6-2 7-8-4 USF 3-6-2 4-10-3 Providence 2-9-0 3-14-1 Pittsburgh 1-8-2 6-10-2 National BIG EAST Overall Notre Dame 11-0-0 19-5-2 Louisville 7-3-1 13-6-2 Georgetown 6-5-0 14-8-0 Villanova 4-3-4 11-4-6 Rutgers 4-5-2 9-9-3 Seton Hall 4-6-1 8-8-2 Cincinnati 3-7-1 6-10-2 DePaul 2-9-0 5-13-1

American BIG EAST Overall West Virginia 10-1-0 17-5-0 Marquette 10-1-0 18-4-0 Syracuse 6-5-0 7-8-3 Providence 5-6-0 8-9-4 St. John’s 5-6-0 9-9-1 Connecticut 4-5-2 7-8-2 USF 2-6-3 6-8-4 Pittsburgh 1-8-2 2-13-4 National BIG EAST Overall Louisville 8-1-2 14-6-3 Georgetown 8-3-0 15-6-0 Notre Dame 6-3-2 10-8-3 Seton Hall 4-6-1 9-8-3 Rutgers 3-5-3 8-8-3 Villanova 4-7-0 8-9-2 Cincinnati 2-7-2 6-9-4 DePaul 1-9-1 3-14-1

2007 2011

American BIG EAST Overall West Virginia 7-1-3 14-3-6 Marquette 6-3-2 11-8-3 Connecticut 4-3-4 7-9-6 St. John’s 4-4-3 8-6-5 Pittsburgh 4-6-1 7-12-1 USF 3-7-1 7-8-3 Syracuse 2-8-1 5-11-2 Providence 1-7-3 6-8-3 National BIG EAST Overall Notre Dame 11-0-0 26-1-0 Georgetown 8-3-0 13-4-2 Rutgers 7-3-1 13-7-2 Louisville 6-3-2 9-7-3 Cincinnati 5-3-3 10-7-3 Villanova 4-6-1 11-7-1

2008

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YEAR-BY-YEAR

1983 (10-4-0) COACH: KELLY KEANE PC OPP 0 CONNECTICUT 8 8 at Salve Regina 1 1 at Brown 4 0 at Westfield St. 2 6 at Rhode Island 2 2 SALVE REGINA 0 0 BOSTON COLLEGE 6 7 RHODE ISLAND 2 3 HOLY CROSS 2 5 STONEHILL 2 3 at Bryant 1 3 at Holy Cross 0 3 SALVE REGINA * 2 (3 ot) 3 RHODE ISLAND # 1 44 33 *R.I. State Tournament (semifinals) #R.I. State Tournament (finals) 1984 (6-7-1) COACH: GERRY GUAY PC OPP 2 RHODE ISLAND 3 0 CONNECTICUT 7 0 RUTGERS 3 1 SALVE REGINA 0 0 at Brown 2 1 SMITH 1 3 at Stonehill 2 0 at Keene State 2 2 HOLY CROSS 0 0 at Boston College 3 1 WESTFIELD STATE 0 4 BRYANT 0 2 BRYANT * 1 1 RHODE ISLAND # 217 26 * R.I. State Tournament (semifinals) # R.I. State Tournament (finals) 1985 (6-9-1) COACH: GERRY GUAY PC OPP 1 at Springfield 2 0 at Massachusetts 7 3 SALVE REGINA 0 3 MERRIMACK 1 0 at Brown 2 3 at Smith 50 at Connecticut 2 2 at Bryant 1 2 STONEHILL 1 1 at New Hampshire 4 6 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 0 1 at Holy Cross 4 1 at Rhode Island 0 1 KEENE STATE 1 1 CONNECTICUT 7 1 BOSTON COLLEGE 4 26 41 1986 (8-10-0) COACH: GERRY GUAY PC OPP 0 at Connecticut 1 1 at Villanova 2 4 BRYANT 0 0 RUTGERS 3 0 at Merrimack 4 0 at Massachusetts 8 0 at Hartford 2 0 HARVARD 3 1 BROWN 4 2 SOUTHAMPTON 0 2 STONEHILL 0 2 at Adelphi 6 7 at St. John’s 0 2 at Monmouth 1 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 4 RHODE ISLAND 3 (ot) 1 at Boston College 5 2 HOLY CROSS 1 30 43 1987 (5-13-0) COACH: GERRY GUAY PC OPP 0 VILLANOVA* 1 1 BOSTON COLLEGE * 5 2 at Brown 5 5 at Bryant 0 0 MASSACHUSETTS 5 2 HARTFORD 3 0 at Harvard 1 0 at New Hampshire 1 1 MONMOUTH 2 6 ST JOHN’S 0 3 BOSTON COLLEGE 4 2 MERRIMACK 0 4 at Rhode Island 3 0 ADELPHI 1 5 at Yale 2 0 at Villanova 1 0 at Rutgers 6 1 at Holy Cross 3 32 43 *Husky Tournament (Storrs, Conn.)

19

1988 (3-12-2) COACH: GERRY GUAY PC OPP 3 STONEHILL 0 0 Boston College * 4 0 Vermont * 2 0 BROWN 4 2 VILLANOVA 2 (2 ot) 0 CONNECTICUT 3 0 at Hartford 4 0 HARVARD 1 0 STANFORD 2 - (2 ot) 0 NEW HAMPSHIRE 3 3 BRYANT 0 0 WILLIAM & MARY 2 1 Rutgers# 3 2 Maryland# 0 1 MERRIMACK 1 (ot) 0 RHODE ISLAND 1 1 YALE 3 13 35 *Husky Tournament (Storrs, Conn.) #WAGS Tournament (Washington D.C.) 1989 (10-9-1) COACH: GERRY GUAY PC OPP 1 STONEHILL 0 (ot) 3 at Yale 1 0 at Connecticut 4 1 HARTFORD 2 2 MERRIMACK 1 (ot) 0 at New Hampshire 3 4 BRYANT 0 2 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL 1 1 Monmouth* 1 (ot) 0 Virginia* 6 0 North Carolina* 2 1 at Brown 2 - (ot) 0 at Boston College 7 6 IONA 1 3 at Rhode Island 1 (ot) 2 at Harvard 1 (ot) 4 HOLY CROSS 0 2 at St. John’s 1 0 at Villanova 3 1 Rutgers! 2 33 39 *WAGS Tournament (Washington, D.C.) !ECAC Championships (Burlington, Vt.) 1990 (9-8-1) COACH: GERRY GUAY PC OPP 1 VILLANOVA 0 3 at Yale 2 2 HARVARD 1 (ot) 3 at Merrimack 2 0 CONNECTICUT 1 1 MONMOUTH 2 6 STONEHILL 0 0 NEW HAMPSHIRE 1 - (ot) 4 at Bryant 1 (ot) 1 at Vermont 4 2 BROWN 3 - (ot) 3 at Iona 4 0 at Boston College 0 (ot) 0 at Haartford 4 1 at Holy Cross 0 3 ST. JOHN’S 1 (ot) 0 RUTGERS 2 3 RHODE ISLAND 2 33 30 1991 (11-5-0) COACH: NICOLE CREPEAU PC OPP 0 at New Hampshire 1 2 at Rhode Island 0 0 at Connecticut 2 1 at Villanova 0 1 YALE 0 (ot) 3 at St. John’s 1 (ot) 1 at Monmouth 2 7 IONA 0 1 MAINE 0 3 BOSTON COLLEGE 2 4 at Brown 3 2 HOLY CROSS 0 (ot) 3 HARTFORD 2 0 NOTRE DAME 2 1 VERMONT 0 0 at Harvard 1 29 16 1992 (10-9-0) COACH: NICOLE CREPEAU PC OPP 4 COLGATE 0 1 NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 0 BROWN 1 - (ot) 0 Cornell * 3 - (ot) 2 CONNECTICUT 3 - (ot) 5 VILLANOVA 1 0 at Yale 1 - (ot) 3 MONMOUTH 1 6 at Holy Cross 0 3 ST. JOHN’S 0 1 at Boston College 2 - (ot) 8 MAINE 0

3 Massachusetts ! 4 RHODE ISLAND 1 at Hartford 4 Butler # 0 at Notre Dame 0 HARVARD 0 VERMONT 45 * at Columbia University ! at Pepperell, Mass. # at Notre Dame, Ind.

1 0 22 21220

1993 (10-9-2) COACH: NICOLE CREPEAU PC OPP 1 at New Hampshire 4 1 St. John’s * 0 0 Colgate * 0 (ot) 0 at Connecticut 1 - (ot) 2 at Villanova 1 (ot) 2 at Brown 0 1 Dartmouth # 3 0 Massachusetts $ 1 1 Duke $ 0 2 HARTFORD 0 1 at Army 2 - (ot) 2 at Rhode Island 0 3 MAINE 0 3 SIENA 0 1 at Harvard 1 (ot) 0 VERMONT 2 1 CORNELL 2 0 BOSTON COLLEGE 1 2 BOSTON COLLEGE % 1 1 CONNECTICUT % 0 0 at Massachusetts ^ 5 25 24 * Storrs, Conn. # at Southboro, Mass. $ Williamsburg, Va. % BIG EAST Championship ^ NCAA Tournament 1994 (8-11-1) COACH: DONNA HORNISHLISEVICK PC OPP 1 at California! 4 0 Washington State! 1 0 at Massachusetts 3 0 CONNECTICUT 5 2 VILLANOVA 1 (ot) 0 BROWN 2 1 at Cornell 1 (ot) 1 at Colgate 2 2 SIENA 1 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 1 at Boston College 2 2 at St. John’s 1 1 RHODE ISLAND 0 0 VIRGINIA 1 - (ot) 0 at Hartford 4 2 at Maine 0 1 HARVARD 0 2 at Vermont 0 0 Dartmouth @ 1 0 Boston College $ 1 18 31 ! Adidas/Pleasanton Invitational at Pleasanton, Calif. @ at Deerfield Academy $ BIG EAST Tournament 1995 (3-17-0) COACH: DONNA HORNISHLISEVICK PC OPP 0 at Notre Dame 7 0 at Xavier 4 2 Vermont & 3 - (ot) 2 Wisconsin-G.B. & 4 0 at Connecticut 8 1 SETON HALL 2 6 GEORGETOWN 0 1 at Brown 2 2 at Villanova 6 3 at Fairfield 1 2 at Rutgers 4 0 BOSTON COLLEGE 4 2 MAINE 1 1 ST. JOHN’S 2 1 at New Hampshire 4 - (ot) 1 ARMY 3 0 at Rhode Island 2 1 MONMOUTH 4 1 at Yale 4 0 at Dartmouth 7 26 72 & Connecticut Tournament 1996 (2-17-0) COACH: LIZ WYNN PC 0 NOTRE DAME 2 FAIRFIELD 0 at West Virginia 0 CONNECTICUT 1 Wake Forest & 0 at Maine 0 at Seton Hall 0 at Monmouth

OPP 14 4410 11 325-

0 at Yale 0 RUTGERS 1 at Boston College 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE 2 at Georgetown 3 RHODE ISLAND 0 at St. John’s 0 SYRACUSE 0 VILLANOVA 1 at Harvard 0 BROWN 12 & at Orono, Maine

43430 2 (ot) 2157387

1997 (5-12-2) COACH LIZ WYNN PC OPP 2 at Rhode Island 1 (ot) 1 vs. New Hampshire & 1 (ot) 0 at Boston University 1 0 at Boston College 1- (ot) 0 WEST VIRGINIA 1 3 MAINE 1 0 at Syracuse 5 0 at St. John’s 1 5 NORTHEASTERN 0 1 SETON HALL 3 1 PITTSBURGH 1 (ot) 0 at Connecticut 5 0 GEORGETOWN 2 1 at Holy Cross 0 0 VILLANOVA 6 0 RUTGERS 1 - (ot) 2 at Loyola of Chicago 0 0 at Notre Dame 7 0 at Brown 1 16 38 & at Winnacunnet HS, Hampton, N.H. 1998 (3-15-0) COACH JOE CREHAN PC 0 NEW HAMPSHIRE 1 at Northeastern 0 CONNECTICUT 0 at Georgetown 3 BOSTON UNIV. 2 ST. JOHN’S 0 SYRACUSE 0 BOSTON COLLEGE 1 at West Virginia 2 at Pittsburgh 0 HOLY CROSS 3 LOYOLA (Ill.) 0 NOTRE DAME 1 at Rutgers 0 at Villanova 1 at Brown 1 at Rhode Island 0 at Seton Hall 15

OPP 4 - (ot) 2 - (ot) 11 381 640 320 82333366

1999 (6-11-1) COACH TRACY KERR PC 0 RHODE ISLAND 0 at Qunnipiac 0 at Rutgers 2 SACRED HEART 0 at Georgetown 0 MIAMI 1 at St. John’s 0 BOSTON COLLEGE 1 NORTHEASTERN 0 at Connecticut 0 at Syracuse 1 MAINE 1 VILLANOVA 0 at Holy Cross 4 at Loyola of Chicago 0 at New Hampshire 0 SETON HALL 1 at Brown 11

OPP 1 1 51 (ot) 320 20 (ot) 350 0 10 0 (ot) 2329

2000 (7-11-1) COACH TRACY KERR PC OPP 2 vs Marist % 0 4 vs Iona % 0 0 CONNECTICUT 4 1 at Notre Dame 5 1 at Florida Int’l 2 0 at Miami 1 1 QUINNIPIAC 2 - (ot) 0 at Rhode Island 2 0 SYRACUSE 1 3 LOYOLA OF CHICAGO 0 0 ST. JOHN’S 1 - (ot) 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE 1 0 at Boston College 4 2 SIENA 0 1 at Pittsburgh 1 (ot) 0 BROWN 2 0 WEST VIRGINIA 2 2 Holy Cross 1 (ot) 2 SACRED HEART 1 21 30 % at Black Bear Invitational in Orono, Maine


2001 (7-9-2) COACH TRACY KERR PC 3 MARIST 3 RHODE ISLAND 2 QUINNIPIAC 0 at Brown 2 BOSTON COLLEGE 1 at New Hampshire 2 at Syracuse 1 at Connecticut 1 at St. John’s 0 MIAMI 3 VIRGINIA TECH 1 GEORGETOWN 2 BINGHAMTON 0 RUTGERS 1 at Villanova 0 at Seton Hall 0 at Yale 2 HOLY CROSS 22

OPP 1 0 1 52 (ot) 0 02 - (ot) 211 22 (ot) 20 331 (ot) 30

2002 (8-9-2) COACH TRACY KERR PC 0 NOTRE DAME 3 at Rhode Island 2 at Quinnipiac 1 vs. Hofstra 1 MAINE 3 at Marist 1 ST. JOHN’S 1 at Miami 2 BROWN 0 at Boston College 2 SYRACUSE 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE 2 PITTSBURGH 2 at Virginia Tech 0 at West Virginia 0 CONNECTICUT 0 YALE 1 HOLY CROSS 1 vs. Cornell 24

OPP 33 (ot) 1 1 (ot) 0 0 220 1 - (ot) 0 1 0 32110 2 - (pk) 22

2003 (7-7-3) COACH TRACY KERR PC 0 at Rutgers 1 at Holy Cross 1 QUNIINPIAC 2 LONG ISLAND 3 MARIST 0 at New Hampshire 0 VILLANOVA 1 RHODE ISLAND 1 BOSTON COLLEGE 0 at Georgetown 1 BROWN 0 at St. John’s 1 at Syracuse 0 at Connecticut 1 SETON HALL 0 VIRGINIA TECH 1 MIAMI 13

OPP 50 0 0 1 0 (2ot) 20 1 (2ot) 1 - (ot) 321 (2ot) 40 10 ot 21

2004 (5-13-0) COACH TRACY KERR PC OPP 1 vs Marist % 0 0 at Maine 5 1 NORTHEASTERN 2 0 at Hofstra 2 4 at Quinnipiac 3 2 HOLY CROSS 1 1 WEST VIRGINIA 4 1 CONNECTICUT 3 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE 4 0 at Pittsburgh 1 0 GEORGETOWN 1 0 at Notre Dame 3 3 at Seton Hall 1 0 at Villanova 2 0 at Boston College 4 1 SYRACUSE 0 1 ST. JOHN’S 2 0 BROWN 1 17 39 % at Black Bear Invitational in Orono, Maine 2005 (5-11-2) COACH JIM McGIRR PC OPP 2 MAINE 0 0 at Air Force 1 0 at Colorado College 2 3 HOLY CROSS 1 2 QUINNIPIAC 1 0 at New Hampshire 2 0 CONNECTICUT 1 0 SOUTH FLORIDA 0 (2ot) 0 at Marquette 2 0 LOUISVILLE 3 0 CINCINNATI 1 2 at St. John’s 2 (2ot) 1 at Syracuse 0 2 at DePaul 3 0 at Notre Dame 6 0 PITTSBURGH 1 0 WEST VIRGINIA 3 2 at Brown 1 14 30 2006 (4-8-5) COACH JIM McGIRR PC 1 at Holy Cross 2 RHODE ISLAND 0 FAIRFIELD 2 at Lafayette 0 at Stony Brook 0 at Connecticut 1 at Quinnipiac 0 at South Florida 0 MARQUETTE 1 at Georgetown 0 at Villanova

OPP 1 1 0 0 0 40 221 0

0 SYRACUSE 2 ST. JOHN’S 2 DEPAUL 0 NOTRE DAME 2 at Pittsburgh 0 at West Virginia 13

131 53428

2007 (3-14-1) COACH JIM McGIRR PC 0 at Rhode Island 1 vs. Massachusetts 0 vs. Minnesota 0 vs. Cal-Poly 1 HARTFORD 0 QUINNIPIAC 0 CONNECTICUT 0 at Fairfield 0 at Marquette 0 SOUTH FLORIDA 1 RUTGERS 0 WEST VIRGINIA 2 PITTSBURGH 0 at Notre Dame 0 at DePaul 1 at Syracuse 1 at St. John’s 7

OPP 41 310 361210 31 412237

2008 (6-8-3) COACH JIM McGIRR PC 3 BRYANT 2 STONY BROOK 3 HOLY CROSS 1 MANHATTAN 2 at Hartford 0 at Connecticut 1 MASSACHUSETTS 1 MARQUETTE 0 at South Florida 1 at Cincinnati 1 at Louisville 0 at West Virginia 1 at Pittsburgh 0 NOTRE DAME 0 DEPAUL 1 ST. JOHN’S 3 SYRACUSE 20

OPP 1 0 0 2- (2ot) 1 10 1 (2ot) 21 (2ot) 1 (2ot) 32 -(ot) 512225

2009 (8-8-3) COACH JIM McGIRR PC 2 at Saint Joseph’s 0 at Delaware 1 at Massachusetts 3 QUINNIPIAC 0 at Holy Cross 1 SIENA 3 at Stony Brook 0 CONNECTICUT 1 SACRED HEART 1 at Syracuse 1 ST. JOHN’S 1 GEORGETOWN 1 VILLANOVA 1 at South Florida 0 at Marquette 0 at DePaul 0 Notre Dame 1 PITTSBURGH 0 WEST VIRGINIA 17

OPP 1 1-(ot) 0 1 0 (2ot) 2-(ot) 2 (ot) 20 2-(2ot) 1 (2ot) 2-(2ot) 0 0 0 (2ot) 120 118

2010 (9-7-2) COACH JIM McGIRR PC 2 at Sacred Heart 4 IONA 1 at American 3 at Siena 1 at Marist 3 CENTRAL CONNECTICUT 2 at Bryant 0 at Connecticut 0 SYRACUSE 1 at St. John’s 1 at Seton Hall 1 at Rutgers 1 SOUTH FLORIDA 1 MARQUETTE 2 DE PAUL 1 NOTRE DAME 0 at Pittsburgh 1 at West Virginia 25

OPP 0 0 0 40 2 0 0 (2ot) 10 0 41 (2ot) 2-(2ot) 1 32222

2011 (8-9-4) COACH JIM McGIRR PC OPP 2 BRYANT UNIVERSITY 2 (2ot) 2 Davidson 2 (2ot) 0 Charlotte 0 (2ot) 5 HOLY CROSS 0 1 CCSU * 20 Yale * 0 (2ot) 0 Brown 22 MARIST 0 2 ST. JOHN’S 0 0 Syracuse 1 2 CINCINNATI 0 0 LOUISVILLE @ 10 DePaul 10 Notre Dame 30 Marquette 31 USF 0 0 WEST VIRGINIA 1 3 PITTSBURGH 0 2 CONNECTICUT 1 1 RUTGERS % 0 0 Louisville % 2* Yale Tournament @ at Roger Williams University, Bristol, R.I. % BIG EAST Tournament

TEAM

YEAR-BY- YEAR FRIARS VS. ALL OPPONENTS GP

W

L

T

PCT

Adelphi 2 0 2 0 .000 American 1 1 0 0 1.000 Binghamton 1 0 0 1 .500 Boston College 25 2 20 3 .140 Boston University 3 1 2 0 .333 Brown 24 4 20 0 .167 Bryant University 12 11 0 1 .957 Butler 1 1 0 0 1.000 California 1 0 1 0 .000 Cal-Poly 1 0 1 0 .000 Central Connecticut 2 1 1 0 .500 Charlotte 1 0 0 1 .500 Cincinnati 3 1 1 1 .500 Colgate 3 1 1 1 .500 Colorado College 1 0 1 0 .000 Connecticut 30 2 27 1 .083 Cornell 4 0 3 1 .125 Dartmouth 3 0 3 0 .000 Davidson 1 0 0 0 .500 Delaware 1 0 1 0 .000 DePaul 7 2 5 0 .286 Duke 1 1 0 0 1.000 Fairfield 4 1 2 1 .375 Florida International 2 1 1 0 .500 Georgetown 10 2 7 1 .250 Hartford 11 4 7 0 .363 Harvard 10 3 6 1 .350 Hofstra 2 0 1 1 .250 Holy Cross 22 16 4 2 .773 Iona 5 4 1 0 .800 Keene State 2 0 1 1 .250 Lafayette 1 1 0 0 1.000 Long Island 1 1 0 0 1.000 Louisville 4 0 3 1 .125 Loyola of Chicago 4 4 0 0 1.000 Maine 11 9 2 0 .818 Manhattan 1 0 1 0 .000 Marist 7 7 0 0 1.000 Marquette 7 0 5 2 .142 Maryland 1 1 0 0 1.000 Massachusetts 10 3 6 1 .350 Merrimack 6 4 1 1 .750 Miami 5 1 4 0 .200 Minnesota 1 0 1 0 .000 Monmouth 8 2 5 1 .313 New Hampshire 20 6 12 3 .357 North Carolina 1 0 1 0 .000 Northeastern 4 2 2 0 .500 Notre Dame 16 0 16 0 .000 Pittsburgh 12 4 6 2 .416 Quinnipiac 10 7 3 0 .700 Rhode Island 26 17 8 1 .673 Rutgers 16 2 14 0 .125 Saint Joseph’s 1 1 0 0 1.000 Sacred Heart 4 4 0 0 1.000 St. John’s 25 12 11 2 .520 Salve Regina 5 5 0 0 1.000 Seton Hall 10 3 7 0 .300 Siena 5 3 2 0 .600 Smith College 2 0 1 1 .250 Southampton 1 1 0 0 1.000 South Florida 7 2 3 2 .428 Springfield College 1 0 1 0 .000 Stanford 1 0 1 0 .000 Stonehill 7 7 0 0 1.000 Stony Brook 3 2 0 1 .833 Syracuse 16 4 11 1 .281 U.S. Air Force Academy 1 0 1 0 .000 U.S. Military Academy 2 0 2 0 .000 Vermont 7 2 5 0 .286 Villanova 20 8 10 2 .450 Virginia 2 0 2 0 .000 Virginia Tech 3 1 2 0 .333 Wake Forest 1 0 1 0 .000 Washington State 1 0 1 0 .000 Westfield State 2 1 1 0 .500 West Virginia 13 1 12 0 .077 William & Mary 1 0 1 0 .000 Wisconsin-Green Bay 1 0 1 0 .000 Xavier (Ohio) 1 0 1 0 .000 Yale 11 4 6 1 .409 ALL-TIME TOTALS 522 191 292 39 .403

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ALL-TIME FRIARS

Maura Robertson

In 1993 goaltender Jen Mead helped the Friars to the BIG EAST Tournament Championship, as she was named Tournament MVP.

The 1993 Friars captured the inaugural BIG EAST Tournament Championship, and advanced to the NCAA’s for the first time in the history of the program.

Amy Heseltine

Kerry Lyons Kerry Lyons scored 17 goals in 1992 and is the alltime leading goal scorer at PC with 41.

Caroline Haines recorded seven shutouts in 2003 and 19 for her career (2000-2003).

Jen Mead

Kyle McAuley was named to the 2001 All-BIG EAST Second Team, and the 1999 All-Rookie Team.

Maura Robertson, a 2004 All-BIG EAST and AllNortheast Team selection, ranks first all-time in assists for the Friars with 22.

Kyle McAuley

Karen Stauffer

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Caitlin Walker recorded eight shutouts in the 2011 season when the Friars returned to the BIG EAST Tournament for the first time since 1994.

Caitlin Walker


A NAME Sarah Adams Julia Allain Renee Altimari Ashley Amaral Katie Auger

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1990-91,93 0-0-0 Shearbon, Mass. 2010-pres. 0-0-0 North Branford, Conn. 2011-pres. 0-1-1 Westerly, R.I. 2004-2007 5-3-13 Cumberland, R.I. 1999-02 2-1-5 Putnam, Conn.

NAME Christine Bailey Veronica Bakke Taylor Bartini Nicole Benko Jody Bjergo Katelin Blaine Beth Bohn Jennifer Boylan Julie Brackett Tricia Brennan BriAnne Bruni Gabrielle Bruni Kirsten Buteau

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1990-91 5-0-10 Marcellus, N.Y. 2001-04 9-2-20 Alesund, Norway 2008-2011 7-1-15 Suffield, Conn. 2006-2009 2-6-10 Valley Stream, N.Y. 1999 0-0-0 Apple Valley, Minn. 2006-2010 0-2-2 Warwick, N.Y. 1984-85 0-0-0 Rockville Center, N.Y. 1998 0-0-0 Franklin, Mass. 1988-91 10-14-34 Newton, Mass. 1997-00 0-3-3 Grafton, Mass. 2001-04 18-7-43 Bristol, Conn. 2003-04 0-0-0 Bristol, Conn. 2002 0-1-1 Guilford, Conn.

B

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 2006-2010 21-14-56 Doylestown, Pa. 1995-98 2-0-4 Melville, N.Y. 1995-98 4-1-9 Guilderland, N.Y. 1997-00 1-2-4 Hanover, Mass. 1983-86 0-3-3 Newport, R.I. 2008-2011 0-2-2 Stonington, Conn. 1984 3-1-7 Framingham, Mass. 1991 0-0-0 W. Springfield, Mass. 1994-95 0-1-1 Scarsdale, N.Y. 2008-2011 10-5-25 North Wales, Pa. 1999-03 0-1-1 Hollistan, Mass. 2003-2004 0-1-1 Wyckoff, N.J. 1987-90 0-0-0 Wellesley, Mass. 1986-89 0-3-3 Wellesley, Mass. 1991 0-0-0 Barrington, R.I. 1984-87 0-0-0 Duxbury, Mass. 1986-89 23-10-56 Wyckoff, N.J. 1997-00 12-6-30 Duxbury, Mass.

D NAME Leslie Danehy Kara Deal Jacquelyn Desrosiers Kelly Determan Kate DelCiampo Kelsey Detwiler Laura DiClemente Collette Donovan Nanette D’Souza Kristen Dunham

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1988-91 11-3-25 Coventry, Conn. 1994-95 0-0-0 Medford, N.J. 2010-pres. 0-0-0 Cranston, R.I. 2005-08 2-2-6 San Diego, Calif. 2007-2010 3-6-12 Wethersfield, Conn. 2009-09 0-0-0 Scituate, Mass. 2008-pres. 11-6-28 Blue Bell, Pa. 1983 1-0-2 Weymouth, Mass. 1991-93 1-1-3 Tewksbury, Mass. 1992-95 0-0-0 Endwell, N.Y.

E NAME Lisa Edwards Katie Egan

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1984-86 5-9-19 Springfield, Mass. 1989-90 2-0-4 Chatham, N.J.

F NAME Eileen Farren Kristen Finnerty Mary Finucane Rebecca Fish Jill Flanagan Karen Ford

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1987-90 24-11-59 Concord, Mass. 1986-87 2-2-6 Shrewsbury, Mass. 1996 0-0-0 Rochester, N.Y. 2009 0-0-0 Wakefield , R.I. 1997-00 3-9-15 Yorktown Heights, N.Y. 1983 0-0-0 New City, N.Y.

G NAME Kelly Galligan Kristin Gardner Seana Garrahy Christie Gent

H

NAME Melissa Hager Gretchen Hamm Annie Hannan Moira Harrington Linda Hawks Pam Healy Lisa Henneberry Amy Heseltine Elizabeth Holmes Caitlin Hostetler Greta Houlihan

1983-84 1999 1995-98 1992-95 2009 2011 1983 1996 1998

ALL-TIME FRIARS 7-2-16 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-3 2-0-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Spring Lake, N.J. Herndon, Va. Rockville Center, N.Y. Westboro, Mass. Stratford, Conn. Essex, Conn. Topsfield, Mass. Falmouth, Mass. Scituate, R.I.

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1984-85 1-1-3 Newington, Conn. 1994-95 1-1-3 Minneapolis, Minn. 1988-90 3-1-7 Duxbury, Mass. 1991-94 9-7-25 Larchmont, N.Y. 1990-93 5-4-14 Maplewood, N.J. 1989-9 13-2-8 U. Saddle River, N.J. 1992 0-0-0 Framingham, Mass. 1992-95 9-6-24 Andover, Mass. 1992-95 8-13-29 Abington, Mass. 2006-2009 1-1-3 Portsmouth, R.I. 2006-2009 2-1-5 Bel Air, Md.

I

C NAME Jill Camburn Karen Cammarata Michelle Caravana Kim Carr Carlene Cassidy Emily Castle Paula Chaplin Holly Chase Alyson Cochrane Courtney Collins Emilie Comeau Megan Cooney Meghan Cooney Tara Cooney Kerri Correira Barbara Cosgrove Lizanne Coyne Melissa Crowley

Gail Gerner Carolyn Gesker Sheila Gibbons Kristyn Giblin Alyssa Gillespie Tori Gilliland Elizabeth Grady Nicole Greely Abby Groves

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1995-98 0-1-1 Framingham, N.Y. 1999-02 1-0-2 Trumbull, Conn. 1989-90 0-0-0 Narragansett, R.I. 2005-08 2-7-11 Plantation, Fla.

NAME Carole Ingallinera

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1983-85 7-2-16 East Hartford, Conn.

J NAME Judy Jablecki Erin Jones Karen Joyce

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1995-96 0-0-0 Mendham, N.J. 1999 0-0-0 Sandy Hook, Conn. 1983-84 0-0-0 Larchmont, N.Y.

K NAME YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN Megan Kashner 1999-01 1-0-2 Wareham, Mass. Kate Kearney 2001-04 4-2-10 Glastonbury, Conn. Ann Kennedy 1986 0-0-0 Plattsburgh, N.Y. Elizabeth King 1995-98 1-1-3 Mamoneck, N.Y. Jackie Kinsella 1985-88 11-10-32 Newton, Mass. Kelsey Kirkpatrick 2004-07 0-1-1 Hatboro, Pa. Amanda Klane 2004-05 2-1-5 North Easton, Mass. Jenny Kolloff 1999 0-0-0 Stow, Mass. Stacy Kreger Indianapolis, Ind.

L NAME Tara Largess Alyssa Leary Jill Ledger Jennifer Lennon Stephanie Leonard Heather Linstad Kate Lyden Amanda Lynch Kerry Lyons

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1995-97 2-0-4 Shewsbury, Mass. 2007 0-0-0 Edina, Minn. 1987-90 0-1-1 Granby, Conn. 1985 0-1-1 Ellington, Conn. 2010 3-0-6 Framingham, Mass. 1985-87 3-4-10 Chelmsford, Mass. 1998-01 1-2-4 Bellingham, Mass. 1993-96 2-2-6 Madison, Conn. 1990-93 41-16-98 Dedham, Mass.

Lisa Lyons

1987-90

M

9-12-30

Dedham, Mass.

NAME YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN Meredith Mackin 1983 0-0-0 Purdys, N.Y. Roberta MacIvor 1993-96 2-2-6 Mansfield, Mass. Kathryn Mahoney 2003-05 3-1-7 Narragansett, R.I. Lindsey Malloy 1998 0-0-0 Newton, Conn. Anne Malzone 1983-86 36-8-30 Needham, Mass. Megan Mancarella 2005-08 3-3-9 Rochester, N.Y. Debbie Mangino 1985 0-2-2 Deer Park, N.Y. Anna Mariani 1991 0-0-0 Newtonville, Mass. Leila Marrash 2000-01 0-1-1 Fairfield, Conn. Alyssa Martino 2010-pres. 2-0-4 Plainville, Conn. Erin Mastrodonato 2003-06 1-2-4 Rochester, N.Y Kyle McAuley 1999-02 10-5-25 Trumbull, Conn. Kathy McBride 1987-90 8-4-20 Newton, Mass. Kathleen McCambridge 2010-pres. 0-0-0 Seattle, Wash. Kelly McCusker 1995-99 5-8-18 Simsbury, Conn. Lynn McDermott 1983 1-0-2 Needham, Mass. Mara McDonald 2002-03 0-0-0 Granger, Ind

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Jennifer McDowell 1991 0-1-1 Kerry McGuire 1983 4-2-10 Marianna McDonald 2000-2003 1-1-3 Theresa McGowan 1984-85 0-0-0 Allison McGrath 1991 0-0-0 Pat McGraw 1999 0-0-0 Kathy McLellan 1984-87 1-1-3 Shannon McMorrow 2001-04 5-2-12 Karen McQuillen 1986-88 4-3-11 Leann Medina 1999-02 0-0-0 Justyna Meny 1984-87 0-0-0 Christy Merrihew 1999-01 1-0-2 Tomris Mesen 2002, 05 0-0-0 Megan Miller 1992-95 2-3-9 Margaret Mirecki 1990-93 0-0-0 Patricia Moore 1995-98 11-3-25 Mary Moriarty 1992 1-1-3 Lisa Morrone 1984-87 1-3-5 Meagan Murphy

N

NAME Victoria Neff

Laurel, N.Y. Pearl River, N.J.. Littleton, Colo. West Hartford, Conn. Marblehead, Mass. Armonk, N.Y. Newton, Mass. Boca Raton, Fla. Medfield, Mass. San Gabriel, Calif. Brunswick, N.J. Trumbull, Conn. Fairfax Station, Va. Cheyenne, Wyo. Monroe, N.Y. Melville, N.Y. Manchester, Conn. Westerly, R.I. Los Cob, Conn.

YEARS G-A-PTS 2005-08 2-1-5

HOMETOWN Fairfield, Conn.

O NAME YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN Kathleen O’Brien 1993 0-0-0 Cohasset, Mass. Lisa O’Brien 1984 0-0-0 Scituate, Mass. Meggan O’Connell 1994-95 0-0-0 Framingham, Mass. Kelly O’Connor Sommers, Conn. Kerry Ann O’Connor 2010-pres. 0-1-1 New Rochelle, N.Y. Tota Olafsdottier 2010-2010 0-2-2 Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland Kerry O’Malley 2002 4-5-13 Longmeadow, Mass. Lisa Ondrejko 1984-85 2-0-4 Herndon, Va. Theresa Owens 1986-89 0-3-3 Ansonia, Conn.

P

Beth Szostkiewski T

NAME Anna Lisa Tarentinio Christina Tiffany Catherine Tilli Melina Toman Michelle Tougas Kelly Tremblay Meghan Trombly Lindsey Trubia Courtney Tully

1985-88 12-18-42 Holyoke, Mass. YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1985-88 0-2-2 Marlboro, Mass. 1987-90 1-1-3 Ridgefield, Conn. 2001 0-0-0 Wayzata, Minn. 2010-pres. 1-1-3 Albuquerque, N.M. 1984 0-0-0 North Kingstown, R.I. 1988-91 6-12-24 Mahwah, N.J. 1998 0-0-0 Springfield, Mass. 2007-2010 1-2-4 Mystic, Conn. 1986-89 0-2-2 Chester, N.J.

V NAME Erin Valla Lauren Vecchione Mary Vercollone Leah Vieira Cate Vincent

W

NAME Julie Walsh Allison Walton Amanda Webster Wendy Webster Caitlyn Welsh Marra Whaley Emily White Danielle Wieneke Nancy Wiser Jen Wright Jenny Wunder Elizabeth Wynn Alease Wysocki

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1992-95 15-13-43 San Francisco, Calif. 2004-07 0-1-1 Sudbury, Mass. 2009-pres. 4-3-11 Pembroke, Mass 2003-06 1-2-4 Rochester, N.Y. 2007-2009 0-0-0 Bethlehem, N.Y.

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1990-92 0-0-0 Needham, Mass. 2011-pres. 0-2-2 Brunswick , Maine 2010 7-0-14 Saugus, Mass. 1994 0-0-0 York, Maine 1998-01 18-9-47 Winter Springs, Fla. 2007-2010 1-0-2 Rocky Hill, Conn. 2002-2004 0-0-0 Stafford Springs, Conn. 2004-07 1-5-7 Plattsburgh, N.Y. 1985-87 4-0-8 Minneapolis, Minn. 1994-95 1-1-3 Guilford, Conn. 2006-2009 0-0-0 Langhorne, Pa. 1988-91 0-0-0 Raynham, Mass. 1992-95 4-2-10 Worcester, Mass.

Z

NAME Leigh Paris Sue Passander Jackie Pastor Katie Pendleton Kelly Pettersen Kimberly Pine Trisha Pollock Marilyn Pompeo Jackie Powers Ellen Powers

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 2004-2006 0-0-0 Newton, Mass. 1983 13-18-44 Ansonia, Conn. 2007-2010 0-0-0 Langhorne, Pa. 1994-97 0-0-0 Madison, Conn. 2005-08 7-1-15 Massapequa, N.Y. 2005-08 0-2-2 Fairfield, Conn. 2000-01 0-0-0 York, Maine 1991-94 6-14-26 S. Weymouth, Mass. 1999-02 1-0-2 Happauge, N.Y. 1996 2-0-4 Southington, Conn.

R

NAME YEARS HOMETOWN Betsy Burke 1996 Madison, Conn. YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1993 Hollistan, Mass. 1994-97 1-0-2 Mahwah, N.J. Wendy Cofran 1984-86 Dedham, Mass. 1983-84 1-2-4 Hingham, Mass. Kathy Cronin 1993-94 2-4-8 Ellington, Conn. Erin Dawicki 2001-02 Fairhaven, Mass. 1997-99 1-2-4 Marshfield, Mass. Laura Elfers 2004-07 Deer Valley, N.Y. 1994-97 7-2-16 Marshfield, Mass. Ashley Fedyshyn 2004-06 Lincroft, N.J. 2006-99 6-0-12 Wayne, N.J. Sheila Gibbons 1995-98 Rockville Center, N.Y. 2008 0-0-0 Leominster, Mass. Jessica Goudreault 2011-pres. Sherborn, Mass. 1992-95 8-10-26 Rockville Center, N.Y. Stephanie Granai 1989-91 Norwell, Mass. 2001-04 7-5-19 Sayville, N.Y. 2000-03 Stillwater, Minn. 2001-04 15-22-52 Wellesley, Mass. Caroline Haines 1986-88 Edina, Minn. 2006-07 0-0-0 Durham, N.H. Megan Kern 1998 0-0-0 Shrewsbury, Mass. Ashley Lewis 2009 FREEHOLD, N.J. 2009-pres. 3-0-6 Cumberland, R.I. Deanne Marino 1984-85 South Easton, Mass. 2000-2003 0-0-0 Grafton, Mass. Jennifer Mead 1991-93 Raynham, Mass. 1987-90 3-3-9 Ridgfield, Conn. Jennifer Mikus 1990-91 Granby, Conn. Jessica Mitchell 1998-00 Grafton, Mass. 2002-05 North Andover, Mass. YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN Caitlin Pickul 1986 Hingham, Mass. 1988-91 2-0-4 Rockville, Md. Maura Reilly 1996-99 Whitman, Mass. 2011-pres. 0-1-1 Brewster, N.Y. Shayna Ross 1990-91 0-0-0 Potomac, Md. Renee Sands 1995-97 Midland Park, Md. 1997-00 1-0-2 S. W. Harbor, Maine Jill Schott 2007-2010 Windham, N.H. 1989 0-0-0 Norfolk, Va. Lisa Shaw 1983-86 Westport, Conn. 2004-07 0-0-0 Katonah, N.Y. Shannon Sweeney 1987-89 Abington, Mass. 2000-01 0-0-0 Melrose, Mass. Ana Tocco 2006 Melrose, Mass. 1992-95 15-12-42 Framingham, Mass. Caitlin Walker 2008-2011 Metuchen, N.J. 1984 0-0-0 Smithtown, N.Y.

NAME Jessica Ramirez Kerry Reilly Heather Renals Alexa Ricardo Jesse Ricardo Tara Ricciardi Kylie Ricker Sharon Riddle Lauren Ritchie Maura Robertson Sarah Roeder Lori Romanowicz Jenna Roncarati Jaclyn Ross Nancy Ruhl

S NAME Kristy Shannon Alexia Shea Alexa Shuman Shelagh Slack Peggy Sonner Morgan Spatafore Jennifer Spinosa Karen Stauffer Denise Sullivan Kimberly Sweezy

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2003

0-0-0

Rocky Hill, Conn.

NAME Ellen Zabransky Lisa Zagura Kathryn Zweir

YEARS G-A-PTS HOMETOWN 1989-93 0-2-2 U. Saddle River, N.J. 1995-98 0-2-2 Hudson, Mass. 1983 0-1-1 Jamestown, R.I.

ALL-TIME FRIAR GOALKEEPERS


Pam Woolford Isabelle Yardley

1988-90 2010

Guilford, Conn. Chestnut Hill, Mass.

TEAM SEASON RECORDS Most Games Won Season........................................................................................... 11 (1991) Longest Winning Streak.....................................................................................6 (1983, 1991) Most Consecutive Winning Seasons.............................................................. 3 (1989-1991) Most Games Lost Season................................................................................ 17 (1995, 1996) Longest Losing Streak................................................................................................. 12 (1996) Most Goals Scored Game..................................................................................8 (1983, 1992) Most Goals Scored Season......................................................................................... 45 (1992) Fewest Goals Scored Season........................................................................................7 (2007) Fewest Goals Allowed Season.................................................................................. 16 (1991) Most Shutouts In A Season...............................................................................9 (1993, 2011) Most Consecutive Shutouts (Season)...............................................3 (1993, 2003, 2006)

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS Most Goals, Game............................................................................. 3, Brianne Bruni (2004) ................................................................................................................. 3, Caitlyn Welsh (2000) ................................................................................................... 3, Anne Malzone (1983, 1985) ............................................................................................................... 3, Amy Heseltine (1995) Most Goals, Season.............................................................................17, Kerry Lyons (1992) Most Goals, Career....................................................................... 41, Kerry Lyons (1990-93) Most Assists, Game..........................................................................5, Sue Passander (1983) Most Assists, Season .................................................................... 18, Sue Passander (1983) Most Assists, Career .........................................................22, Maura Robertson (2001-04) Most Points Scored, Game........................................................... 7, Anne Malzone (1983) Most Points Scored, Season....................................................... 44, Sue Passander (1983) Most Points Scored, Career....................................................... 98, Kerry Lyons (1990-93)

GOALKEEPER RECORDS Most Shutouts, Season.................................................................... 8, Caitlin Walker (2011) Most Shutouts, Career........................................................ 19, Caroline Haines (2000-03) Fewest Goals Allowed, Season................................................. 12, Jennifer Mead (1991) Fewest Goals Allowed, Career .............................................. 58, Kathy Cronin (1984-86) Most Saves, Game.................................................................................. 33, Lisa Shaw (1983) Most Saves, Season ........................................................................184, Shayna Ross (1997) Most Saves, Career .................................................................. 473, Shayna Ross (1996-99)

FRIAR COACHES THROUGH THE YEARS YEARS

GAMES

WON

LOST

TIED

PCT

Kelly Keane

COACH

1983

14

10

4

0

.714

Gerry Guay

1984-90

121

47

68

6

.413

Nicole Crepeau

1991-93

56

31

23

2

.554

Donna Lisevick

1994-95

40

11

28

1

.286

Liz Wynn

1996-97 38 7 29 2 .211

Joe Crehan Tracy Kerr

1998 18 3 15 0 .167 1999-04

9

.408

Jim McGirr 2005-pres. 128 43 65 20

.414

TOTALS

.396

1983-2011

109 524

40 192

60 292

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TEAM RECORDS ALL-TIME SCORING LEADERS IN FRIAR HISTORY

NO. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18.

NAME Kerry Lyons Anne Malzone Eileen Farren Jill Camburn Lizanne Coyne Maura Robertson Caitlyn Welsh Sue Passander BriAnne Bruni Erin Valla Beth Szostkiewsicz Karen Stauffer Julie Brackett Jackie Kinsella Melissa Crowley Lisa Lyons Liz Holmes Laura DiClemente

19. 21.

Marilyn Pompeo Sharon Riddle Leslie Danehy Patricia Moore Kyle McAuley Kelly Tremblay Amy Heseltine Moira Harrington

24. 26.

YEARS 1990-93 1983-86 1987-90 2006-2010 1986-89 2001-04 1998-01 1983 2001-04 1992-96 1985-88 1992-96 1988-91 1985-88 1997-00 1987-90 1992-96 2008 - pres.

POINTS 98 77 59 56 53 52 47 44 43 43 42 42 34 32 30 30 29 28

G/A 41/16 35/7 24/11 21/14 21/11 15/22 18/11 13/18 18/7 15/13 12/18 15/12 10/14 11/10 12/6 9/12 8/13 11/6

1991-94 1992-96 1988-91 1995-98 1999-02 1988-91 1992-96 1991-94

26 26 25 25 25 24 24 23

6/14 8/10 11/3 11/3 10/5 6/12 9/6 9/5

ALL-TIME SEASON RECORDS & COACHES YEAR RECORD COACH 1983..................................................... 10-4-0............................................................ Kelly Keane 1984.......................................................6-7-1..............................................................Gerry Guay 1985.......................................................6-9-1..............................................................Gerry Guay 1986..................................................... 8-10-0.............................................................Gerry Guay 1987..................................................... 5-13-0.............................................................Gerry Guay 1988..................................................... 3-12-2.............................................................Gerry Guay 1989..................................................... 10-9-1.............................................................Gerry Guay 1990.......................................................9-8-1..............................................................Gerry Guay 1991..................................................... 11-5-0.....................................................Nicole Crepeau 1992..................................................... 10-9-0.....................................................Nicole Crepeau 1993..................................................... 10-9-2.....................................................Nicole Crepeau 1994..................................................... 8-11-1....................................Donna Hornish-Lisevick 1995..................................................... 3-17-0....................................Donna Hornish-Lisevick 1996..................................................... 2-17-0..................................................................Liz Wynn 1997..................................................... 5-12-2..................................................................Liz Wynn 1998..................................................... 3-15-0............................................................. Joe Crehan 1999..................................................... 6-11-1................................................................Tracy Kerr 2000..................................................... 7-11-1................................................................Tracy Kerr 2001.......................................................7-9-2.................................................................Tracy Kerr 2002.......................................................8-9-2.................................................................Tracy Kerr 2003.......................................................7-7-3.................................................................Tracy Kerr 2004....................................................... 5-13..................................................................Tracy Kerr 2005..................................................... 5-11-2.............................................................. Jim McGirr 2006.......................................................4-8-5............................................................... Jim McGirr 2007..................................................... 3-14-1.............................................................. Jim McGirr 2008.......................................................6-8-3............................................................... Jim McGirr 2009.......................................................8-8-3............................................................... Jim McGirr 2010.......................................................9-7-2............................................................... Jim McGirr 2011.......................................................8-9-4............................................................... Jim McGirr

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WELCOME TO FRIARTOWN

2012 Providence College Women’s Soccer Schedule August 17 Fri. at Boston College 19 Sun. ARMY 24 Fri. at Holy Cross 26 Sun. at Quinnipiac University 31 Fri. LEHIGH September 2 Sun. at Central Connecticut State 6 Thur. BROWN 9 Sun. NEW HAMPSHIRE 13 Thur. at St. John’s* 16 Sun. SYRACUSE* 21 Fri. at Villanova* 23 Sun. at Georgetown* 28 Fri. NOTRE DAME*

7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

30 Sun. October 5 Fri. 7 Sun. 14 Sun. at 20 Sat. at 25 Thur. 28 Sun. November 2 Fri. 4 Sun.

DE PAUL*

1:00 p.m.

MARQUETTE* 3:00 p.m. USF* 1:00 p.m. Pittsburgh* 1:00 p.m. Connecticut* 7:00 p.m. First Round BIG EAST Playoffs# TBA Quarterfinal BIG EAST Playoffs# TBA BIG EAST Championship (Semifinals) # TBA BIG EAST Championship (Final) # TBA

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