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QUICK FACTS College Information

Name of School Adrian College City/Zip Adrian, MI 49221 Founded 1859 Enrollment 1,650 Nickname Bulldogs School colors Black & Gold Stadium Multi-Sport Performance Stadium Capacity 3,000 Affiliation NCAA Division III Conference Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference President Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking Alma Mater Michigan State University Vice President for Enrollment Frank Hribar Alma Mater Siena Heights University Athletic Director Mike Duffy Alma Mater Adrian College Senior Women’s Administrator Kristina Schweikert Alma Mater Tiffin University Women’s Lacrosse Athletic Trainer Phil Dennie Alma Mater Minnesota State-Mankato

Coaching Staff

Head Coach Alma Mater (Year) E-mail Address Record at School Year Entering Office Phone Assistant Coach Alma Mater (Year) Year Entering E-mail Address Office Phone

Rachel Cibulas Robert Morris University (2007) rcibulas@adrian.edu 0-0 1st Season (517) 265-5161 Ext. 4000 C.J. Cuneo Binghamton University (2008) 1st Season ccuneo@adrian.edu (517) 265-5161 Ext. 5018

2012 Schedule

Date Opponent Feb. 26 at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Feb. 27 at Occidental Feb. 28 at Pomona-Pitzer Mar. 9 at Denison Mar. 10 at Allegheny Mar. 17 WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON Mar. 24 FREDONIA STATE Mar. 25 at Albion * Mar. 25 at Trine * Mar. 30 at Mount St. Joseph * Apr. 1 at Lynchburg Apr. 7 WITTENBERG Apr. 14 FONTBONNE * Apr. 15 vs. Sewanee # Apr. 21 CARTHAGE * Apr. 22 CONCORDIA (Wis.) * Apr. 28 NORTH CENTRAL (Ill.) * May 4 MWLC Tournament May 5 MWLC Tournament

Time 4:00 PM 10:00 PM 10:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM TBA TBA

# - Game Played at Sacred Heart Academy (Louisville) * - Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference Game Home Games in BOLD CAPS All Times are Eastern Zone Schedule Subject to Change

Table of Contents

Quick Facts/2012 Schedule..................................3 Coaching Staff.......................................................4 2012 Rosters.........................................................5 Season Preview....................................................6 Player Profiles..................................................7-13 MWLC Conference..............................................14 16-5 2011 Combined Stats..........................................15 7-0 1st Place MWLC Adrian College Information.............................16-17 18/7 Career Records...................................................18 10/2

Team Information

2011 Overall Record Conference Finish Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

Sports Information

Sports Information Director E-mail Address Office Phone Office Fax Assistant SID E-mail Address Office Phone

Ryan Thompson rthompson@adrian.edu (517) 264-3280 (517) 264-3810 Gabe Gilson ggilson@adrian.edu (517) 265-5161 ext. 5471

2012 Women’s Lacrosse Media Guide

Managing Editor: Design & Layout: Copy: Cover Design: Photos: Printing:

Ryan Thompson Ryan Thompson Ryan Thompson, Gabe Gilson & AC Public Relations Department Ryan Thompson & Haley Taylor Dave Pearcy Precision Business Solutions (Perrysburg, Ohio)

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COACHING STAFF Head Coach Rachel Cibulas

1st Season (0-0) rcibulas@adrian.edu 517-265-5161 Ext. 4000 The Adrian College athletic department welcomes the addition of Rachel Cibulas as the head coach of the women’s lacrosse program. The program had been under the direction of John Sung for the first four years of existance. Cibulas is no stranger to Adrian College as she served as assistant coach during the first year of the program’s existance in 2008. The Bulldogs compiled a 6-7 record during that season and Cibulas was largely responsible for recruiting one of the largest and most talented classes in NCAA Division III. “I’m very excited about coming back to Adrian College,” said Cibulas. “I know that the program has been successful over the past four years and I have a lot of respect for Adrian College as a great academic and athletic institution. I want the program to continue to climb each year and build upon making the NCAA Tournament last season. The team has a lot of talent returning and they have a great deal of experience. I can’t wait to get started.” Cibulas gained valuable experience during the 2011 season as the head coach at NCAA Division II Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, N.C. Lenoir-Rhyne compiled a 6-10 record in their first year as a program under Cibulas. She was in charge of all facets of the program. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native coached a pair of teams in her hometown as assistant coach at Bethel Park High School in 2010 and as head coach of the Intrepid Girls Lacrosse Club from May 2009 to August 2010. While at Bethel Park, Cibulas helped the team to a four-win improvement going 10-6 in 2010. The squad also made its first-ever WPIAL playoff appearance and Cibulas coached three all-sectional players. “We are thrilled to have Rachel back at Adrian College,” said athletic director Mike Duffy. “She has learned a lot from her experiences over the past few years and she is ready to guide our women’s lacrosse program in the future. She is a hard-working person who will demand excellence on the field and in the classroom.” Cibulas joined Slippery Rock University in June 2008 after leaving the Bulldog program. She was in charge of goalkeeping and defensive units for The Rock and coached two all-league student athletes. Cibulas played collegiately at Robert Morris University (Pa.) and was a letterwinner for the Colonials for three years. She was named team captain for both the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons and was the first female player to sign a National Letter of Intent for the Colonial lacrosse program. She graduated from Robert Morris University in May 2007 with a bachelor of science in business administation. She completed her master of science in sport management from Slippery Rock University in May 2010.

Assistant Coach C.J. Cuneo

1st Season ccuneo@adrian.edu 517-265-5161 Ext. 5018 Rachel Cibulas is pleased to announce the hiring of Carolyn (CJ) Cuneo as the assistant coach at Adrian College; the Long Island native brings a wealth of experience to Adrian College. Cuneo will be responsible for the goalkeeping and defensive units while here at Adrian, while also coordinating camps and overseeing the recruiting process. Most recently she was the head coach at James River High School (VA) during the 2010 and 2011 seasons. She coached the team to an undefeated conference schedule in 2011. During the 2009 season, Cuneo was an assistant coach at Randolph-Macon College (VA). Cuneo was responsible for the goalkeepers and practice planning. Cuneo played between the pipes at Binghamton in New York while also working with a local club team, The Long Island Pride. Cuneo graduated from Binghamton in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. She most recently earned her J.D. from the University of Richmond and passed the bar exam. Cuneo resides in Adrian.

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ROSTERS Numerical Roster

# Name Pos 0 Ashton Cole G 1 Laurel Van’t Hof D 2 Stacey Birlson A 3 Maddie Dugan A 4 Lindsey Day M 8 Elizabeth Szymanski D 10 Olivia Duncan A 11 Rachel Johnston A 13 Meghan Reynolds A 14 Heather Newblom M 16 Riley Weidle D 17 Katie Ravenhall M 18 Amanda Lambert M 19 Meghan Gerrie A 20 Laura VonderHaar M 22 Cassie Hoyez M 27 Anne Hersman D 32 Hannah Early M 33 Katrina Rabishaw D 57 Jul Tehovnik G 99 Laura Finfrock G

Ht 5-3 5-3 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-4 5-5 5-2 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-7 5-6 5-3 5-7 5-3 5-8 5-5 5-7 5-7 5-6

Yr FR SO JR SO SR SR JR SR SR JR FR SO SR FR SR JR SR SO SR SO SR

Hometown (H.S.) Saline, Mich. (Saline) Park City, Utah (Park City) Centennial, Colo. (Arapahoe) Rochester Hills, Mich. (Notre Dame Prep) Apple Valley, Minn. (Eastview) Toledo, Ohio (St. Ursula) Orangeville, Ont. (Orangeville District) St. Catharines, Ont. (Denis Morris) Columbia, Md. (Atholton) Toledo, Ohio (St. Ursula) Westlake Village, Calif. (Westlake) Cincinnati, Ohio (Lakota West) Sloatsburg, N.Y. (Suffern) Fergus, Ont. (Western Reserve Academy) Bolingbrook, Ill. (Naperville Central) Circle Pines, Minn. (Centennial) Cincinnati, Ohio (Sycamore) Shelbume, Ont. (Centre Dufferin) Sharon, Ont. (Sacred Heart Catholic) Moon Township, Pa. (Sewickly Academy) Deerfield, Ill. (Deerfield)

Amanda Lambert was named First Team All-West Region for the third straight year in 2011.

ALPHABETICAL Roster # Name Pos 2 Stacey Birlson A 0 Ashton Cole G 4 Lindsey Day M 3 Maddie Dugan A 10 Olivia Duncan A 32 Hannah Early M 99 Laura Finfrock G 19 Meghan Gerrie A 27 Anne Hersman D 22 Cassie Hoyez M 11 Rachel Johnston A 18 Amanda Lambert M 14 Heather Newblom M 33 Katrina Rabishaw D 17 Katie Ravenhall M 13 Meghan Reynolds A 8 Elizabeth Szymanski D 57 Jul Tehovnik G 1 Laurel Van’t Hof D 20 Laura VonderHaar M 16 Riley Weidle D

Ht 5-6 5-3 5-6 5-4 5-5 5-5 5-6 5-3 5-8 5-3 5-2 5-6 5-4 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-4 5-7 5-3 5-7 5-8

Yr JR FR SR SO JR SO SR FR SR JR SR SR JR SR SO SR SR SO SO SR FR

Hometown (H.S.) Centennial, Colo. (Arapahoe) Saline, Mich. (Saline) Apple Valley, Minn. (Eastview) Rochester Hills, Mich. (Notre Dame Prep) Orangeville, Ont. (Orangeville District) Shelbume, Ont. (Centre Dufferin) Deerfield, Ill. (Deerfield) Fergus, Ont. (Western Reserve Academy) Cincinnati, Ohio (Sycamore) Circle Pines, Minn. (Centennial) St. Catharines, Ont. (Denis Morris) Sloatsburg, N.Y. (Suffern) Toledo, Ohio (St. Ursula) Sharon, Ont. (Sacred Heart Catholic) Cincinnati, Ohio (Lakota West) Columbia, Md. (Atholton) Toledo, Ohio (St. Ursula) Moon Township, Pa. (Sewickly Academy) Park City, Utah (Park City) Bolingbrook, Ill. (Naperville Central) Westlake Village, Calif. (Westlake)

Cassie Hoyez was named Second Team All-West Region for the second year in a row in 2011.

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SEASON PREVIEW For the first time in the Adrian College women’s lacrosse history, a new head coach will be roaming the sidelines. However, it is a familiar face to those who were around for the inaugural season of women’s lacrosse. Rachel Cibulas was the first assistant coach under John Sung and she is back to continue the prominence that he established over the past four years. Sung accepted a head coaching job at Winthrop University, a Division I institution in South Carolina that will begin its program in the spring of 2013. Cibulas comes back to Adrian College after a one-year stint as a head coach at Lenoir-Rhyne University, a Division II school in North Carolina. “I’m very excited to be back at Adrian College and hopefully move this program beyond the already lofty expectations set by the team and coach Sung,” said Cibulas. “We will work very hard to accomplish our team goals of winning the conference and winning a game in the NCAA Tournament.” The Bulldogs won the Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference regular season and tournament titles in the first year of its existance. Adrian cruised to a 7-0 record in league play and breezed through the tournament en route to the program’s first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Adrian traveled to Gettysburg College and were defeated but gained a lot of valuable experience against a team that would eventually win the national championship. “We have a lot of players back from last year’s team and several of those players have been playing regularly since their freshmen seasons,” said Cibulas. “Gettysburg was a challenge we were not ready for because we had not played everyone of that caliber in the program’s brief history. A lot of people still don’t realize how young our program is and how long it takes to build a champion.” Cibulas will walk into a great situation as 18 letterwinners return including 10 starters from a team that set a schoolrecord with a 16-5 record in 2011. The Bulldogs return four players in particular who garnered All-Region honors a year ago. Senior Rachel Johnston (St. Catharines, Ont.) was selected First Team All-West Region for the third year in a row. Johnston was a main reason why Adrian led Division III in scoring offense in 2011 averaging 18.3 goals per game. She tallied 89 goals as a junior and ranked second in Division III in total goals. Johnston added 11 assists for an even 100 points ranking her 13th nationally in Division III for total points. She has been a consistent scoring threat since she set foot on campus with 90 points as a freshman, 101 as a sophomore and 100 more as a junior for a grand total of 291. She has scored 241 goals in just 52 games for the Bulldogs ranking first in school history in goals, points and shots on goal (338).

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Senior Amanda Lambert (Sloatsburg, N.Y.) is a great compliment to Johnston and was named First Team All-West Region for the third straight year in 2011. In addition, she brought home MWLC Player of the Year hardware. Lambert ended last season with 70 goals and 31 assists. She ranked 11th nationally in Division III in points, 25th in goals and 42nd in assists. Lambert has a very accurate shot as 88.3 percent of her shots were on goal. She scored 14 freeposition goals and also had 41 ground balls, 37 draw controls and two gamewinning goals. Junior Stacey Birlson (Centennial, Colo.) was named Second Team AllRegion a year ago after a breakout season. She led the team with 105 points and 76 assists. She also had 29 goals, 21 ground balls, 13 draw controls and 12 caused turnovers. She led the nation in assists and was ninth nationally in points. She was named First Team All-MWLC and three times had over 10 points in a game. She tied the Division III single-game record for assists with 11 at Fontbonne on April 16. Junior Cassie Hoyez (Circle Pines, Minn.) was named Second Team All-Region for the second year in a row in 2011. Hoyez started in all 21 games and ended with 10 goals and seven assists from her defensive position. Hoyez had 17 of her 18 shots on goal and also had a game-winner versus Lynchburg on March 19. She collected 42 ground balls, 65 draw controls and caused 30 turnovers. Hoyez was also a First Team All-MWLC member in the league’s inaugural season. The senior class for the Bulldogs will be especially strong as Lindsey Day (Apple Valley, Minn.) returns to form a strong nucleus with Johnston and Lambert. Day has played in 52 career games heading into her senior campaign. She has scored 135 goals and added 43 assists for a total of 178 points. She had 46 goals and 17 assists (63 points) as a junior and also had 34 ground balls, five draw controls and 10 caused turnovers. Junior Olivia Duncan (Orangeville, Ont.) is also a dangerous weapon on offense for the Bulldogs. Her freshman year she compiled 10 goals in 16 games. She really increased her goal production with 42 goals in 19 games as a sophomore. Duncan ended the season with 51 points and had 62-of-69 shots on net. She had eight gamewinning goals, 14 ground balls, nine draw controls and six caused turnovers. In net the Bulldogs return senior Laura Finfrock (Deerfield, Ill.) who played in just one game last season. She played in 14 games as a freshman and 17 more as a sophomore. Finfrock played 817-plus minutes with a 7.63 goals against average in 2010. She also had a .477 save percentage and a 13-3 record in net. She has a 23-7 career record and has made 194 saves in 32 career games.

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PLAYER PROFILES Senior MF • 5-6

Apple Valley, Minn. Eastview H.S.

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Lindsey Day

2011 (Jr.): Named First Team All-MWLC as an at-large selection...played in 21 games and made 20 starts...scored 46 goals and added 17 assists...took 71 shots on goal including a season-high seven versus Lynchburg on March 19...scored two game-winning goals and was 9-for-9 in free position chances...recorded 34 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers...scored five goals versus Whittier on April 9...had a season-high six points at Concordia (Wis.) on March 27. 2010 (So.): Played and started in all 17 games...scored 56 goals and dished out 18 assists for a total of 74 points...ranked 60th in Division III in goals...scored at least one goal in every game...took 110 shots with 81 shots on goal...had a season-high eight goals versus Mount St. Joseph’s on Apr. 10...scored six goals and also had two assists against Carthage on Apr. 24. 2009 (Fr.): Played and started in all 14 games...ranked third on the team with 33 goals and also recorded eight assists... attempted 63 shots with 49 shots on goal (.778%)...tallied 17 ground balls and 14 draw controls...caused four turnovers... scored a season-high eight goals on 11 shots at Oberlin on Apr. 11...scored three goals including the game-winner at Colorado College on Mar. 28...scored four goals in three different games...had a sixpoint outing with four goals and two assists against Kenyon on Mar. 21. Personal: Majoring in physical education… born in Apple Valley, Minnesota on January 4, 1990…daughter of Mike and Terri Day… attended Eastview High School (Lightning) graduating in 2008…earned four varsity letters in lacrosse from 2004-08…finished fifth in the state as a sophomore…lost in state semifinals as a junior…advanced to state quarterfinals as a senior…named Rookie of the Year as a freshman…served as team captain as a junior and senior… named All-Conference as a junior and senior…favorite sports teams are the Minnesota Twins and Wild…favorite athlete is Joe Mauer…favorite TV show is Grey’s Anatomy…favorite movies are New in Town and Beauty & the Beast.

Senior D • 5-4

Senior A • 5-2

Toledo, Ohio St. Ursula Academy

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Elizabeth Szymanski

2011 (Jr.): Played in 17 games and currently ranked eighth in school history with 46 games...attempted two shots including one shot on goal... tallied 10 ground balls and caused four turnovers. 2010 (So.): Played in 15 games and made two starts against Lynchburg and Virginia Wesleyan...attempted one shot which was on goal at Lynchburg on Feb. 27...recorded five ground balls and caused six turnovers. 2009 (Fr.): Played and started in 14 games as a freshman...recorded one assist at Oberlin on Apr. 11...had nine ground balls, five draw controls and caused two turnovers. Personal: Majoring in physical education with a minor in health education…born in Toledo, Ohio on July 6, 1990…daughter of Tim and Amy Szymanski…attended St. Ursula Academy (Arrows) graduating in 2008…team finished 16-1 as a senior and won district title under coach Paul Sieben…played midfield as a prep… won the MVP Arrow Award in 2005… won the Hustle Award in 2007… won the Sportsmanship Award in 2008…earned three varsity letters in lacrosse…involved in marching band, concert band, wind ensemble, orchestra and winter drumline… favorite sports team is the Michigan Wolverines…favorite athletes are Jen Adams and Mia Hamm…favorite TV show is The Office…favorite movies are Up, Monsters Inc. and The Hangover… favorite musician is Michael Buble… hobbies include music and running.

St. Catharines, Ont. Denis Morris Secondary

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Rachel Johnston

2011 (Jr.): Named First Team All-West Region by the IWLCA and First Team AllMWLC...ranked 13th nationally in points with 100...scored the second-most goals in Division III with 89...led the MWLC with 4.24 goals per game...ranked second in the MWLC in shots per game (6.9) and draw controls per game (3.14)...played and started in all 21 games...finished the season with 27 ground balls, 66 draw controls and 20 caused turnovers...all-time leading scorer in school history with 291 points...scored seven goals in a game four times...had a season-high nine points at Carthage on March 26. 2010 (So.): Named First Team All-West Region by the IWLCA...tallied 69 goals and 32 assists for a team-high 101 points... ranked 13th in Division III in points...ranked 15th in Division III in goals...scored a season-high nine goals and also had five assists in a 24-7 win over Trine on May 1...scored seven goals and dished out three assists against Albion on Apr. 17... registered 107 shots on goal and had five game-winning goals...had 31 ground balls, 39 draw controls and caused 14 turnovers. 2009 (Fr.): Named First Team All-West Region by the IWLCA...ranked second in Division III in goals per game and finished the season with 83 goals...also dished out seven assists for a total of 90 points... played and started in all 14 games...had a total of 131 shots and 110 shots on goal (.840%)...had seven game-winning goals out of 10 wins for the team...went 10-for15 in free position opportunities...had 20 ground balls and 25 draw controls...scored a season-high 14 goals and added an assist versus Dallas on Feb. 28...scored 10 goals on 11 shots at Trine on Apr. 23... scored a goal in every game...scored nine goals versus Pacific on Mar. 27. Personal: Majoring in physical education with a minor in business…born in St. Catharines, Ontario on November 3, 1990… daughter of Terry and Arlene Johnston… attended Denis Morris High School (Redmen) graduating in 2008…played basketball, volleyball and lacrosse in high school…named team MVP in volleyball in 2004 and 2005…favorite sports team is the Toronto Maple Leafs…favorite TV shows are Jersey Shore and Cake Boss…favorite movies are Bad Boys 2 and Harry Potter.

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PLAYER PROFILES Senior A • 5-7

Columbia, Md. Atholton H.S.

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Meghan Reynolds

2011 (Jr.): Played in 20 games and made two starts...scored 21 goals and added two assists...had a .867 shot on goal percentage with 26-of-30 shots on net...totaled 11 ground balls, eight draw controls and two caused turnovers...scored a season-high three goals in a game four times...had a season-high four points at North Central on March 27...earned team’s Most Improved Player Award. 2010 (So.): Played in 14 games in a reserve role...scored seven goals and recorded three assists for a total of 10 points... attempted 15 shots with 12 on net for a .800 percentage...scored two free-position goals...collected six ground balls, five draw controls and caused six turnovers...scored a season-high three goals and added two assists against Waynesburg on Mar. 20... had a goal and assist against North Central on Apr. 17. 2009 (Fr.): Played in 13 games and made six starts...scored nine goals and added six assists for 15 points...registered 14 shots on goal out of 16 total shots...went 1-for1 in free position tries...had nine ground balls, two draw controls and caused two turnovers...scored a hat trick and added three assists versus Dallas on Feb. 28. Personal: Majoring in business with a minor in marketing…born in Columbia, Maryland on April 3, 1990…daughter of Kieran and Beth Reynolds…attended Atholton High School (Raiders) graduating in 2008…father was a rugby player at the University of Arizona…sister played lacrosse at Limestone College…served as team captain of lacrosse team as a senior… earned three varsity letters in lacrosse… also participated in field hockey…named team MVP in field hockey as a senior… named team MVP in lacrosse as a senior… involved in student government and Best Buddies Program…favorite athlete is Ray Lewis…favorite TV shows are The Office, The Real Housewives and Grey’s Anatomy…favorite movies are Ace Ventura, Remember the Titans and The Hangover.

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Senior MF • 5-6

Sloatsburg, N.Y. Suffern H.S.

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Amanda Lambert

2011 (Jr.): Named First Team All-West Region and MWLC Player of the Year...ranked 11th nationally in points with 101...ranked 25th nationally in goals with 70...ranked second in the MWLC in goals per game (3.33) and assists per game (1.48)...played and started in all 21 games...took 98 shots on goal for a .883 shot on goal percentage...scored two game-winning goals...went 14-for-20 in free position shots... had 41 ground balls, 37 draw controls and 15 caused turnovers...scored a season-high seven goals versus Whittier on April 9...had eight points against Carthage on April 30...scored three goals in the NCAA Tournament against Gettysburg on May 11. 2010 (So.): Named First Team All-West Region by the IWLCA...ranked 31st in Division III with 88 points...scored 56 goals and tied for the team lead with 32 assists...attempted 106 shots with 92 on goal for a .868 percentage...scored three game-winning goals against Albion, Notre Dame College and Redlands...scored a seasonhigh 11 points with season-highs of seven goals and four assists against North Central on Apr. 17...attempted 11 shots and scored six goals against Albion on Apr. 17...scored six goals and added two assists at Tiffin on Apr. 10...played and started in all 17 games...went 15-of-17 on free-position shots...collected 50 ground balls, 51 draw controls and caused 23 turnovers... collected a season-high 10 ground balls at Marymount on Mar. 10. 2009 (Fr.): Named First Team All-West Region by the IWLCA...played and started in all 14 games... ranked second on the team with 54 goals... ranked 38th in Division III in goals per game... also ranked second on the team with 14 assists... led the team with 47 ground balls...had a total of 88 shots and 82 shots on goal (.932%)...had a game-winning goal at Fontbonne on Feb. 27... went 12-for-12 in free position opportunities... won 30 draws and caused 12 turnovers...scored a season-high eight goals on three occasions including three of the last four games of the season...had 10 points against Washington & Jefferson on Apr. 4...scored eight goals and added an assist at Oberlin on Apr. 11. Personal: Majoring in marketing with a minor in communications...born in Nyack, N.Y. on October 31, 1990...daughter of Christine and Jeff Lambert...attended Suffern High School (Mounties) graduating in 2008...ranked seventh in the state as a team as a senior...also ranked 24th in the nation finishing the year at 17-2-1... named All-League and All-Sectional as a senior... played in the Empire State Games winning a silver medal...favorite TV show is Modern Family...favorite movies are The Hangover and Surf’s Up...favorite musicians are Jack Johnson and Jack’s Mannequin...favorite sports teams are the New York Jets and Mets...favorite athlete is Jen Adams.

Senior MF • 5-7

Bolingbrook, Ill. Naperville Central H.S.

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Laura VonderHaar

2011 (Jr.): Named Second Team AllMWLC...played in 19 games and made 18 starts...tallied one assist at Carthage on March 26...scooped up 15 ground balls...gathered two draw controls and caused six turnovers...had a seasonhigh four ground balls at Carthage on March 26. 2010 (So.): Played in 16 games and made 10 starts in her first season with the program...scored two goals on the season on two shots on goal for a 1.000 percentage...notched a goal against Carthage (Apr. 24) and Tiffin (Apr. 10)...collected 14 ground balls, 11 draw controls and caused five turnovers. Personal: Majoring in exercise science with a minor in business... born in McHenry, Illinois on May 25, 1990...daughter of Dave and Jodi VonderHaar...transfer from Northern Illinois University...attended Naperville Central High School (Redhawks) graduating in 2008...sister, Alissa, played soccer at DePaul and Tennessee...played soccer, basketball and lacrosse as a prep...earned a varsity letter in soccer and basketball in 2006...earned two varsity letters in lacrosse...favorite sports team is the Chicago Blackhawks...favorite athletes are Derrick Rose and Jonathan Toews...favorite TV shows are Bones and Criminal Minds...favorite movies are Top Gun, Just Go With It and The Bourne Series...favorite musicians are Journey, Jake Owen and Chris Brown.

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PLAYER PROFILES Senior D • 5-8

Cincinnati, Ohio Sycamore H.S.

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Anne Hersman

2011 (Jr.): Played in 20 games and started in six contests...finished the season with 11 ground balls, three draw controls and seven caused turnovers... enters her final season with 38 career games under her belt. 2010 (So.): Played in four games for the Bulldogs on defense...collected one draw control. 2009 (Fr.): Played and started in all 14 games...helped Adrian to the eighthbest scoring defense in Division III allowing 8.07 goals per game...tallied five ground balls and five draw controls. Personal: Majoring in mathematics and physical education with a minor in teacher education...born in Cincinnati, Ohio on March 13, 1990...daughter of Jay and Karen Hersman...attended Sycamore High School (Aviators) graduating in 2008...earned varsity letters in lacrosse from 2004-08...won state Division I championship as a junior (20-0)...finished as state runnerup in Division I as a senior (19-2)...also lettered in volleyball...high honor roll student all four years...received Greater Miami Conference All-Academic Award...member of the National Honor Society and Pep Band...earned Presidential Service Award Gold Level for five consecutive years...favorite TV shows are The Mentalist, Numbers and The Office...favorite movies are Stardust and Robots...favorite food is spaghetti.

Senior D • 5-7

Senior GK • 5-6

Sharon, Ont. Sacred Heart Catholic H.S.

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Katrina Rabishaw

2011 (Jr.): Played and started in 20 games for the Bulldogs...ranks fourth all-time in caused turnovers at Adrian...has played in 50 career games which is sixth in school history...scored one goal against Mount St. Joseph on April 3...finished with 13 ground balls including three against Christopher Newport on Feb. 26...caused seven turnovers including three versus Lynchburg on March 19. 2010 (So.): Played in 16 games and made 14 starts...attempted one shot on goal against North Central on Apr. 17...helped anchor the 10th-best scoring defense in Division III allowing 7.41 goals per game... recorded 17 ground balls, one draw control and caused 14 turnovers...collected a season-high five ground balls at Redlands on May 4. 2009 (Fr.): Played in 14 games and made 12 starts...took one shot on goal from her defensive spot...had 10 ground balls and two draw controls...caused three turnovers and had two penalties for four minutes. Personal: Majoring in political science with a minor in criminal justice...born in Toronto, Ontario on July 17, 1990...daughter of Bryna and Kevin Rabishaw...attended Sacred Heart High School (Crusaders) graduating in 2008...played four years of lacrosse outside of her high school because they did not have a team...played for Team Ontario in the Under-19 Championships...named Most Improved Player during the 2005-06 season...played for Team Haudenosaunee Under-19 Team which placed sixth in World Cup...favorite athlete is Sidney Crosby... favorite TV shows are Dog the Bounty Hunter and Big Bang Theory...favorite movie is Armageddon...favorite musicians are Tim McGraw, Jesse James and Mike Posner...favorite food is ice cream.

Deerfield, Ill. Deerfield H.S.

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Laura Finfrock

2011 (Jr.): Played in one game for nine minutes and 50 seconds allowing one goal and making two saves...ranks first all-time in school history with 23 wins in goal...also has the most saves with 194 and best save percentage (.490). 2010 (So.): Played in 17 games and logged 817 minutes...finished with a record of 13-3 in net with 95 saves and a .477 save percentage...posted a 7.63 goals against average...finished the season with 20 ground balls and six caused turnovers...made a seasonhigh 14 saves against Notre Dame College on April 23...recorded 13 saves in loss against Claremont-MuddScripps on May 5. 2009 (Fr.): Named Second Team AllWest Region by the IWLCA...played and started in all 14 games...logged 680 minutes and posted a 8.55 goals against average...made 97 saves and had a .500 save percentage...posted a 10-4 record...ranked 13th in Division III in goals against average...ranked 31st in Division III in save percentage... had 10 or more saves in five contests including a season-high 19 saves at Colorado College on Mar. 28...made 14 saves in a loss at Catholic on Feb. 22...allowed just one goal in 47 minutes against Washington & Jefferson on Apr. 4. Personal: Majoring in biology…born in Rockford, Illinois on March 15, 1990… daughter of Mike and Jill Bastone… attended Deerfield High School (Warriors) graduating in 2008…lettered for four years in lacrosse under coach Krista Settles…played in 2008 Illinois All-Star Game on the Green Team… made 171 saves and had a 10.5 goals against average as a senior… favorite sports team is the Chicago Blackhawks…favorite TV shows are Bones, Once Upon a Time and Alias… favorite movies are Leap Year, Up and Beauty & the Beast.

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PLAYER PROFILES Junior A • 5-6

Centennial, Colo. Arapahoe H.S.

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Stacey Birlson

2011 (So.): Named First Team All-MWLC and Second Team All-West Region by the IWLCA...led NCAA Division III with 76 assists...ranked ninth in Division III with 105 points and led the team in scoring... set single-season school record for points and assists...played and started in all 21 games...scored 29 goals with a season-high three goals against Denison, Carthage and Allegheny...had a season-high 11 assists at Fontbonne which tied the Division III singlegame record...also had 10 assists and two goals against North Central on April 29... finished with 21 ground balls and 13 draw controls. 2010 (Fr.): Played and started in all 17 games in her first season...scored 50 goals which ranked fourth on the team...added 29 assists to rank third on the team with 79 points...attempted 92 shots with 70 shots on goal for a .761 percentage...had a gamewinning goal and five goals total against Linfield on Mar. 21...collected 40 ground balls, 12 draw controls and caused nine turnovers...had a season-high 10 shots on goal and scored a season-high seven goals against Mount St. Joseph’s on Apr. 10... scored at least one goal in 15 games and scored multiple goals in 11 games...had a season-high four assists against Albion on Apr. 17...ranked 56th in Division III in points. Personal: Majoring in biology and environmental science...born in Littleton, Colorado on April 4, 1991...daughter of Thomas and Alice Birlson...attended Arapahoe High School (Warriors) graduating in 2009...played and started all four years in high school lacrosse on varsity...state semifinalist as a junior and senior at Arapahoe...played for six years on Team 180 (club team) for Samantha Bartron...named Second Team AllConference as a junior...favorite sports teams are the Colorado Avalanche and Rockies...favorite TV shows are Gossip Girl, Rizzoli and Isles and Bones...favorite athletes are Matt Duchene and Troy Tulowitzki...favorite movies are Shooter, Miracle and James Bond series.

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Junior A • 5-5

Orangeville, Ont. Orangeville District H.S.

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Olivia Duncan

2011 (So.): Played and started in 19 games...scored 42 goals and added nine assists...ranked first in the MWLC with eight game-winning goals...scored a season-high four goals against Trine, Sewanee and North Central...had a season-high five points against North Central on April 29...took 62 shots on goal for a .609 shot percentage...went 2-for-3 in free position tries...finished with 14 ground balls, nine draw controls and six caused turnovers. 2010 (Fr.): Played in 16 games and started in 15 contests...scored 10 goals and added six assists for a total of 16 points...attempted 31 shots with 27 shots on goal for a .871 percentage...had a game-winning goal and three goals total at Marymount on Mar. 10...also had a season-high three goals and added three assists at Saint Vincent on Mar. 28...had a pair of goals against Waynesburg on Mar. 20...collected 18 ground balls, nine draw controls and caused 17 turnovers which ranked third on the team. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice...born in Orangeville, Ontario on July 25, 1990...daughter of Matthew Duncan and Sandra Eastman... attended Orangeville District Secondary School (Scarlet Bears) graduating in 2008...ran track for three years and won district title in 4x100 meter relay...favorite sports team is the Miami Heat...favorite athlete is LeBron James...favorite TV shows are Vampire Diaries and Desperate Housewives...favorite movies are Big Daddy, Twilight Series and A Knight’s Tale...favorite musicians are Drake and Boyce Avenue.

Junior MF • 5-4

Holland, Ohio St. Ursula Academy

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Heather Newblom

2011 (So.): Played in 13 games as a reserve...scored six goals and added one assist...had a season-high three goals at Concordia (Wis.) on March 27...had 8-of-10 shots on goal... finished with six ground balls, one draw control and two caused turnovers. 2010 (Fr.): Played in 17 games and started in season opener at Lynchburg on Feb. 27...scored 12 goals and dished out two assists for a total of 14 points...attempted 20 shots with 17 on net for a .850 percentage...went 2-of5 in free-position shots...scored the game-winning goal at Tiffin on Mar. 28...collected 13 ground balls, five draw controls and caused six turnovers... scored a season-high three goals at Tiffin on four shots on goal...scored twice against Notre Dame College on Apr. 23. Personal: Majoring in graphic design with a minor in marketing...born in Holland, Ohio on January 28, 1991... daughter of Brent and Amy Newblom... attended St. Ursula Academy (Arrows) graduating in 2009...played two years of varsity lacrosse for coach Paul Sieben...won city championship and finished in the final eight for both years...named First Team All-City and All-Midwest at the MSLA Tournament in 2009...favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings...favorite athlete is Pavel Datsyuk...favorite TV shows are Big Bang Theory and Rizzoli & Isles...favorite movies are Hitch and A Cinderella Story.

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PLAYER PROFILES Junior MF • 5-7

Hamilton, Ohio Lakota West H.S.

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Kate Ravenhall

2011 (So.): Played in 15 games as a reserve...finished the season with one shot on goal against Trine on April 2... recorded three ground balls, one draw control and caused one turnover. 2010 (Fr.): Played in 15 games as a reserve...scored a goal and added two assists for a total of three points... notched her goal against Albion on Apr. 17...garnered an assist against Waynesburg on Mar. 20 and at Tiffin on Apr. 10...attempted three shots with one on goal...tallied two ground balls and two draw controls. Personal: Majoring in history with a minor in political science...born in Cincinnati, Ohio on August 21, 1990... daughter of John and Kim Ravenhall... attended Lakota West High School (Firebirds) graduating in 2009...father, John, was a swimmer at the University of Alabama...played midfield on varsity for coach Glenn Namian...won district title (14-5) and was state runner-up in 2008...earned four varsity letters in lacrosse and three letters in cross country...member of honor roll for four years...favorite sports teams are the Cincinnati Bengals and Alabama Crimson Tide...favorite athlete is Michael Phelps...favorite TV shows are Gossip Girl, Modern Family and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia...favorite movies are Country Strong and Beauty & the Beast...favorite writers are Jodi Picoult and Nancy E. Turner.

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Sophomore D • 5-3

Circle Pines, Minn. Centennial H.S.

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Cassie Hoyez

2011 (So.): Named First Team All-MWLC and Second Team All-West Region by the IWLCA...ranked third in the conference and 98th nationally in draw controls with 65 (3.1 per game)...had a season-high seven draws on three occasions...finished with 42 ground balls with a season-high six coming against North Central on April 29...caused 30 turnovers to lead the team...scored 10 goals and added seven assists...scored three times in season opener at Christopher Newport on Feb. 26...went 2-for-3 in free position attempts. 2010 (Fr.): Named Second Team All-West Region by the IWLCA...played and started in all 17 games in her rookie campaign...a solid defensive midfielder who collected 43 ground balls, 48 draw controls and caused 18 turnovers...went 1-of-1 on freeposition shots...scored four goals and added one assist for a total of five points... attempted 16 shots with 12 on net for a .750 percentage...scored goals in back-to-back games against Trine and Redlands...had a season-high six ground balls at ClaremontMudd-Scripps on May 5. Personal: Majoring in exercise science... born in Circle Pines, Minnesota on April 3, 1991...daughter of Tim and Sheri Hoyez... attended Centennial High School (Cougars) graduating in 2009...played varsity lacrosse and hockey...won conference championship in hockey three straight years...made it into state tournament in both sports...in 2008-09, lacrosse team went 13-3-1 while hockey was 20-4-3...named all-conference in hockey as a junior and senior...named all-state honorable mention in 2007-08... named all-conference in lacrosse three years...named all-state in lacrosse as a senior...once scored over 50 goals in a season in lacrosse...favorite sports team is the Minnesota Vikings...favorite athlete is Marian Gaborik...favorite TV show is Prison Break...favorite movie is Finding Nemo... favorite musician is Lady Antabellum.

Park City, Utah Park City H.S.

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Laurel Van’t Hof

2011 (Fr.): Played in eight contests as a reserve during first season with the program...scored a goal against Ohio Wesleyan on March 23...had both shots on goal during that game...had one draw control against Mount St. Joseph on April 3. Personal: Majoring in political science and communications with a minor in accounting…born in Salt Lake City, Utah on August 10, 1992…daughter of Luke and Michele Van’t Hof...attended Park City High School…lettered in lacrosse…2008 lacrosse team placed second in the state of Utah…received Hard Worker Scholarship...favorite sports teams are the Boston Celtics, Boston Red Sox and Utah Jazz... favorite athlete is Chauncey Billups... favorite TV shows are Castle, Body of Proof and Psych...favorite movies are Casablanca, Lord of the Rings and Death Race...favorite books are Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close and the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

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PLAYER PROFILES Sophomore A • 5-2 Rochester Hills, Mich. Notre Dame Prep H.S.

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Maddie Dugan

2011 (Fr.): Played in 15 games as a reserve in her first season...scored six goals and added two assists... attempted eight shots with seven on goal for a .875 percentage...finished with seven ground balls, four draw controls and one caused turnover... scored one goal in six different games. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice… born in Rochester Hills, Michigan on April 9, 1992…daughter of Mike and Kathy Dugan…uncle, Tim Dugan, played hockey for the University of Miami of Ohio in 1980...attended Notre Dame Preparatory School…lettered in lacrosse…was a member of the 2010 CHSL sectional championship team… named 2009 CHSL All-League… in 2010 was a member of the CHSL All-Catholic lacrosse team…received All-State Honorable Mention…was a four-year member of her high school dance and Envision Dance All-Stars... favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings...favorite TV shows are Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill and Law & Order SVU...favorite movies are Never Back Down and Step Up...favorite musician is Taylor Swift.

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Sophomore MF • 5-5

Shelburne, Ont. Centre Dufferin H.S.

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Hannah Early

2011 (Fr.): Named Second Team All-MWLC...played and started in all 21 games...scored a goal against Allegheny on March 11...took two shots on goal during the year...recorded 27 ground balls including a season-high six against Ohio Wesleyan on March 23...tallied 54 draw controls including a season-high 10 against Ohio Wesleyan...caused 14 turnovers. Personal: Majoring in physical education…born in Orangeville, Ontario on November 11, 1992… daughter of Mark and Susan Early... attended Centre Dufferin District High School…2009 junior female athlete of the year…2010 senior athlete of the year…most valuable player 20082010…was a member of the student council...favorite sports teams are the Pittsburgh Penguins and Toronto Maple Leafs...favorite athlete is Sidney Crosby...favorite TV shows are Toddlers and Tiaras and Say Yes to the Dress...favorite movies are the Parent Trap and Elf...favorite musicians are Taylor Swift and Drake.

Sophomore GK • 5-7

Moon Township, Pa. Sewickley Academy

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Jul Tehovnik

2011 (Fr.): Played in 16 games in net and made 14 starts during first season...ranked second in the MWLC with a 9.79 goals against average... ranked sixth in the conference with a .378 save percentage...played 656 minutes in goal and posted a 9-4 record...made a season-high 10 saves in a win versus Lynchburg on March 19...collected eight saves in a win against Ohio Wesleyan on March 23. Personal: Majoring in chemistry…born in Fairfax, Virginia on April 10, 1992… daughter of Karen and Steve Tehovnik... attended Sewickley Academy…Most Improved Player in 2009…2007, 2010 scholar athlete…2007-2010 honor roll…was a theatre department head lighting designer…part of the Irish Culture Club...favorite sports teams are the Pittsburgh Penguins, Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Steelers... favorite athlete is Marc-Andre Fleury... favorite TV shows are Glee and South Park...favorite movies are Star Wars, V for Vendetta and Girl with the Dragon Tattoo...favorite books are Invisible Monsters, Angels and Demons and Watchmen...favorite foods are sushi and Jimmy John’s.

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PLAYER PROFILES Freshman GK • 5-3

Saline, Mich. Saline H.S.

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Ashton Cole

Personal: Majoring in interior design… born in Lansing, Michigan on August 19, 1993…daughter of Danton and Debbie Cole…father is coach of USA Under 18 hockey team and played six seasons in the NHL for Winnipeg, Tampa Bay, New Jersey, NY Islanders and Chicago...prepped at Saline High School...finished her senior year with a save percentage of .616 and had the sixth-most saves in Michigan...played for the Huntsville Havoc in Alabama during her freshman, sophomore and junior years...named All-State as a junior and played for BamaLax, a travel team out of Birmingham...received Most Valuable Player after BamaLax won the Derek Pieper Memorial Tournament in 2009...participated in the US Lacrosse Women’s Division National Tournament for team Georgia in 2009 and 2010... favorite sports teams are the Alabama Crimson Tide and Detroit Red Wings... favorite TV shows are Ace of Cakes and The Office...favorite movies are Sweet Home Alabama and Pride & Prejudice...favorite musicians are Dave Matthews Band and John Mayer.

Freshman D • 5-8

Freshman A • 5-3

Westlake Village, Calif. Westlake H.S.

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Riley Weidle

Personal: Majoring in biology with a minor in spanish…born in Rochester, Michigan on February 15, 1993… daughter of Erin and Kayelynn Weidle... attended Westlake High School in Westlake Village, California...served as team captain of her high school team... named Thousand Oaks All-League for four years...graduated with distinction from high school...career goal is to attend medical school and become a pediatric oncologist...favorite sports teams are the Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions and Detroit Red Wings... favorite athletes are Crista Samaras and Jen Adams...favorite TV shows are 30 Rock, Dexter and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia...favorite movies are Shaolin Soccer and Drop Dead Gorgeous...favorite writers are Jodi Picoult and Nicholas Sparks...favorite musicians are Mumford & Sons and Born Ruffians.

Fergus, Ont. Western Reserve Academy

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Meghan Gerrie

Personal: Majoring in biology…born in Fergus, Ontario on July 14, 1992… daughter of Brad and Sandy Gerrie... attended Western Reserve Academy… played four years of lacrosse for Emily McKee...also played on the men’s hockey team in high school for four years...also ran cross country for Jeff Warner...named Second Team AllLeague in lacrosse for two years... named Midwest WPA-Ohio All-Region in 2010...named Most Valuable Offensive Player as a senior...earned Turnbull Endeavor Award upon graduation for academics...favorite sports team is the Vancouver Canucks...favorite athlete is Roberto Luongo...favorite TV show is How I Met Your Mother...favorite movie is Boondock Saints...favorite writer is J.K. Rowling...favorite food is pasta.

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MWLC CONFERENCE

The Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference (MWLC) was founded in 2010 and began play during the spring of 2011.

Martin has a Master’s degree in sports management from the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia (August, 1996) and he holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Whittier College in Whittier, California (May, 1994). In addition to serving on the Management Council, Martin also served three years as a member of the executive committee for the Division III Commissioner’s Association before being elected president of that group in January 2009. He is currently the chair of the Division III Commissioner’s Association’s marketing committee.

The conference is composed of eight NCAA Division III colleges and universities located throughout the Midwest. The MWLC claims representatives from the states of Michigan (Adrian and Albion Colleges),Wisconsin (Carthage College and Concordia University), Indiana (Trine University), Ohio (College of Mount St. Joseph), Missouri (Fontbonne University), and Illinois (North Central College).

Mike Krizman was named the assistant commissioner/sports information director for the Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference (MWLC) in 2011.

Augustana College, located in Rock Island, Ill., Aurora University, located in Aurora, Ill., and Benedictine University, located in Lisle, Ill., will join the Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference beginning in the spring of 2013.

Before joining the CCIW, Krizman spent two years working as a graduate assistant in the media relations department at Illinois State University. He earned his bachelor’s (2003) degree in mass communication and master’s (2005) degree in sports management, both at ISU.

Beloit College, located in Beloit, Wis., will begin play in the MWLC in the spring of 2013, while the University of Dubuque, located in Dubuque, Iowa, will begin conference play in the spring of 2014. Elmhurst College, located in Elmhurst, Ill., will begin play in the spring of 2015. Adrian won the conference’s first-ever regular season title in 2011, going 7-0 against its MWLC counterparts. The Bulldogs also went on to win the MWLC Tournament. Carthage, Trine and North Central also qualified for the conference’s firstever postseason tournament. Chris Martin was named the commissioner of the Midwest Women’s Lacrosse Conference (MWLC) in 2011. He is currently in his 10th season as commissioner of the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin (CCIW) and is the chair of the NCAA Division III Management Council. In January 2009, Martin became a member of the NCAA Division III Management Council after serving four years as a member of the NCAA Division III Membership Committee. In January 2010, Martin assumed the role of vice chair of the Division III Management Council. Following the 2011 NCAA Convention, Martin assumed the role of chair of the Division III Management Council, a term that will run for one year (January 2011 to January 2012).

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He is currently in his seventh season as the assistant commissioner/sports information director of the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin (CCIW).

During his tenure as a graduate assistant he served as the primary contact for the Redbirds’ track & field and cross country teams. He also assisted the assistant athletics director for media relations in day-to-day publicity of the ISU football team. He was a member of the stat crew for the Missouri Valley Conference basketball tournament for two years and served as the media contact for the 2004 Missouri Valley Conference Track & Field Championships. In addition, Krizman worked on the 2003 and 2004 football game programs that were judged “Best in the Nation” by CoSIDA, and also contributed to the 2003-04 men’s basketball game program that was judged one of the top three in the nation by CoSIDA. As an undergraduate he was the sports editor of the Daily Vidette, the ISU student newspaper, where his responsibilities ranged from publication layout, assigning coverage, preparing features and covering football, men’s basketball and track and field. He has an associate of arts degree from the College of Lake County in Grayslake, Ill. (2001) where he served as the sports editor of the College of Lake County Chronicle.

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2011 COMBINED STATS 2011 Adrian College Women's Lacrosse Adrian College Combined Team Statistics All games (FINAL STATS) RECORD: OVERALL ALL GAMES........... (16- 5- 0) CONFERENCE.......... ( 6- 0- 0) NON-CONFERENCE...... (10- 5- 0) DATE ---------Feb 26 Mar 1 Mar 2 Mar 11 Mar 13 Mar 14 Mar 19 Mar 23 *Mar 26 *Mar 27 *Mar 27 Apr 1 *Apr 2 *Apr 3 Apr 9 Apr 10 *Apr 16 Apr 19 Apr 29 Apr 30 #May 11

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SCORE ATT ----- ----17-18 78 8-9 119 15-18 120 19-9 166 11-19 125 16-6 80 16-10 40 24-9 23 19-3 50 20-0 45 20-2 85 12-9 65 21-4 100 23-1 80 22-11 53 24-14 117 20-3 30 21-10 147 22-4 170 25-4 200 10-25 171

TEAM STATISTICS ADRIAN OPP --------------------------------------------------SHOT STATISTICS.......... Goals-Shot attempts.... 385-662 188-413 Goals scored average... 18.76 9.16 Shot pct............... .582 .455 Shots on goal-Attempts. 544-662 300-413 SOG pct................ .822 .726 Shots/Game............. 31.5 19.7 Assists................ 193 61 Free position made-Att. 42-71 54-105 Free position pct...... .592 .514 MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES..... Goals-Opportunities.... 0-0 0-0 Conversion Percent..... .000 .000 GOAL BREAKDOWN........... Total Goals............ 385 188 Man-up................. 0 2 Man-down............... 0 5 Free-position.......... 42 54 Unassisted............. 177 116 Overtime............... 1 2 GROUND BALLS............. 358 276 DRAW CONTROLS............ 370 239 TURNOVERS................ 264 320 CAUSED TURNOVERS......... 151 122 CLEARS................... 182-222 167-230 Clear Pct.............. .820 .726 PENALTIES................ Number................. 1 6 Minutes................ 3:00 18:00 ATTENDANCE............... Total.................. 944 1027 Dates/Avg Per Date..... 8/118 11/93 Neutral Site #/Avg..... 2/46

HOME ( 7- 1- 0) ( 2- 0- 0) ( 5- 1- 0)

AWAY ( 7- 4- 0) ( 4- 0- 0) ( 3- 4- 0)

NEUTRAL ( 2- 0- 0) ( 0- 0- 0) ( 2- 0- 0)

## PLAYER GP G A Pts Sh GWG UP DN GB DC TO CT -----------------------------------------------------------------------2 Stacey Birlson 21 29 76 105 54 0 0 0 21 13 16 12 18 Amanda Lambert 21 70 31 101 111 2 0 0 41 37 39 15 11 Rachel Johnston 21 89 11 100 145 2 0 0 27 66 28 20 4 Lindsey Day 21 46 17 63 93 2 0 0 34 5 21 10 10 Olivia Duncan 19 42 9 51 69 8 0 0 14 9 19 6 5 Mariana DiGiovanni 21 30 6 36 53 1 0 0 23 28 16 2 24 Mary Accomando 21 17 15 32 30 0 0 0 16 35 22 4 23 Andrea Soloko 20 14 14 28 23 0 0 0 8 29 10 2 13 Meghan Reynolds 20 21 2 23 30 0 0 0 11 8 11 2 22 Cassie Hoyez 21 10 7 17 18 1 0 0 42 65 20 30 3 Maddie Dugan 15 6 2 8 8 0 0 0 7 4 3 1 14 Heather Newblom 13 6 1 7 10 0 0 0 6 1 4 2 30 Danielle Smith 12 2 1 3 9 0 0 0 6 3 6 3 33 Katrina Rabishaw 20 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 13 4 6 7 32 Hannah Early 21 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 27 54 8 14 1 Laurel Van't Hof 8 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 20 Laura VonderHaar 19 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 15 2 9 6 8 Elizabeth Szymanski 17 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 1 4 4 17 Kate Ravenhall 15 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 31 Emily Engel 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 Anne Hersman 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 3 3 7 15 Nicole McDowell 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 12 Jul Tehovnik 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 7 1 0 Amanda Faraone 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 8 2 Total............... 21 385 193 578 662 16 0 0 358 370 264 151 Opponents........... 21 188 61 249 413 5 2 5 276 244 320 122 |-GOAL AVERAGE-| |-SAVES-| ## GOALTENDERS GP Minutes GA Avg Sv Pct W L T ---------------------------------------------------------------71 Laura Finfrock 1 9:50 1 6.10 2 .667 0 0 0 0 Amanda Faraone 14 565:03 80 8.49 45 .360 7 1 0 12 Jul Tehovnik 16 656:34 107 9.78 65 .378 9 4 0 Total............... 21 1231:27 188 9.16 112 .373 16 5 0 Opponents........... 21 1231:27 385 18.76 159 .292 5 16 0 GOALS BY PERIOD -------------------Adrian College...... Opponents...........

1st --221 81

2nd OT OT2 --- --- --163 1 0 105 1 1

Total ----385 188

SAVES BY PERIOD -------------------Adrian College...... Opponents...........

1st 2nd OT OT2 --- --- --- --57 54 1 0 87 69 2 1

Total ----112 159

SHOTS BY PERIOD -------------------Adrian College...... Opponents...........

1st --380 190

2nd OT OT2 --- --- --277 4 1 218 4 1

Total ----662 413

SHOTS ON GOAL BY PRD -------------------Adrian College...... Opponents...........

1st --308 138

2nd OT OT2 --- --- --232 3 1 159 2 1

Total ----544 300

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ADRIAN COLLEGE Adrian College evolved from a theological institute founded by the Wesleyan Methodist denomination at Leoni, Michigan, a small town east of Jackson, in 1845. In 1855 this institute united with the Leoni Seminary, a Methodist Protestant institution, to establish Michigan Union College. Legend states that members of the College became concerned about the environment at Leoni, which was nicknamed “Whiskey Town.” In 1859, this concern and other circumstances made it advisable to relocate or close. In the same year, Dr. Asa Mahan, pastor of the Plymouth Congregational Church in Adrian and a well-known educator, was encouraged by citizens of the community to establish a college. Mahan had served as the first president of Oberlin College and, before that, as an officer of Lane Theological Seminary in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. Mahan and his colleagues invited the officials and supporters of the closing Michigan Union College to join in establishing the new college at Adrian. After the invitation was accepted, the story says, the library holdings were loaded on an ox-cart in March 1859, and transported 60 miles to the new campus site on the west side of Adrian. On March 28, 1859, Adrian College was chartered by the Michigan legislature as a degreegranting institution with Dr. Mahan as its first president. Through a series of consolidations and denomination unifications, the College has maintained its relationship with The United Methodist Church. For almost 100 years, the campus consisted of several brick buildings stretching along Madison Street. Most of today’s campus was woods and fields. In the mid-1950s, the College, encouraged by the generosity of Ray W. Herrick, embarked in a building program that established the basis for the current campus. Today, when students walk in the area bounded on the east by Madison Street and edged by Downs Hall, Valade Hall, Cornelius House and Herrick Tower, they tread on the same ground that students hurried across in 1859 as they rushed to classes, meals and social events. Now, however, the campus consists of 100 acres, over 20 academic and service buildings and 10 residence halls, plus apartments and themed housing.

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ADRIAN COLLEGE RECOGNIZED AS A COLLEGE WITH THE “LEAST STUDENT DEBT LOAD” UPON GRADUATION In its 2011 edition of America’s “Best Colleges,” U.S. News & World Report ranks Adrian College as one of the top five schools in the Midwest of Regional Colleges to have the least student debt load upon graduation. This is the third consecutive year that Adrian College has been featured and singled out by U.S. News and World Report. In its 2009 edition of America’s “Best Colleges” and again in 2010, Adrian College received top billing as a school to watch and as the #1 Up-and-Coming School in the Midwest. “Affordability is the top parental concern that parents express with respect to their child’s education,” said Adrian College President Jeffrey R. Docking. “We’re extremely pleased that U.S. News and World Report ranked us in the top five Midwest colleges that have students graduating with a lower debt.”

QUICK FACTS

Facilities: Twenty-one buildings including residence halls that feature voice mail, internet and cable TV access in all student rooms; a 24-hour student center; a planetarium; an observatory; the Merillat Sport & Fitness Center; Multi-Sport Performance Stadium; Arrington Ice Arena, and Shipman Library. Student/faculty ratio: 17:1 Faculty: The faculty is dedicated to teaching excellence, and 88 percent hold the highest degree in their field.

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Jeffrey R. Docking President of Adrian College “Great things are happening here, and I would love for you to become a part of it. I am a firm believer that small liberal arts colleges like this one offer the best undergraduate education available and we at Adrian are determined to achieve excellence in this endeavor.

QUICK FACTS

Financial aid: More than 85 percent of students receive some form of financial aid in the form of scholarships, loans, grants, work study programs or a combination of resources. Extracurricular: Over 80 clubs, organizations and activities, including: theatre, music, performance groups, intramural athletics, student government, publications, greek life, religious groups and honorary societies.

I invite you to discover more about what can happen for you here. Learn about our small classes, about our devoted faculty who put students first, and about our dedication to helping you prepare for success. This is a place where you will discover your potential, and where you will leave your personal mark. If you become involved in all that Adrian has to offer, I am convinced that you will not only acquire the knowledge and skills for success well beyond college, but you will also find these next four years to be the most enjoyable and gratifying in your life.” Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking, 17th president of Adrian College, earned a doctorate in social ethics from Boston University, a Master of Divinity degree from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, and a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University. He became president July 2005. Before coming to Adrian, he held positions at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Penn., most recently as vice president and special assistant to the president, and as vice president of student affairs and dean of student affairs. He also has experience teaching and working in residence life. He and his wife Elizabeth have four children.

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CAREER RECORDS Points 1. 291 - Rachel Johnston (241g 50a) - 2009-11 2. 257 - Amanda Lambert (180g 77a) - 2009-11 3. 184 - Stacey Birlson (79g 105a) - 2010-11 4. 178 - Lindsey Day (135g 43a) - 2009-11 5. 136 - Mariana DiGiovanni (101g 35a) - 2008-11 6. 74 - Andrea Soloko (51g 23a) - 2008-11 7. 67 - Olivia Duncan (52g 15a) - 2010-11 8. 63 - Jovelle Ward (49g 14a) - 2009-10 9. 48 - Meghan Reynolds (37g 11a) - 2009-11 10. 32 - Megan Bouwens (31g 1a) - 2008 Goals 1. 241 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-11 2. 180 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-11 3. 135 - Lindsey Day - 2009-11 4. 101 - Mariana DiGiovanni - 2008-11 5. 79 - Stacey Birlson - 2010-11 6. 52 - Olivia Duncan - 2010-11 7. 51 - Andrea Soloko - 2008-11 8. 49 - Jovelle Ward - 2009-10 9. 37 - Meghan Reynolds - 2009-11 10. 31 - Megan Bouwens - 2008 Assists 1. 105 - Stacey Birlson - 2010-11 2. 77 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-11 3. 50 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-11 4. 43 - Lindsey Day - 2009-11 5. 35 - Mariana DiGiovanni - 2008-11 6. 23 - Andrea Soloko - 2008-11 7. 15 - Olivia Duncan - 2010-11 15 - Mary Accomando - 2011 9. 14 - Jovelle Ward - 2009-10 10. 11 - Meghan Reynolds - 2009-11 Shots on goal 1. 338 - Rachel Johnston (241 goals) - 2009-11 2. 272 - Amanda Lambert (180 goals) - 2009-11 3. 201 - Lindsey Day (135 goals) - 2009-11 4. 172 - Mariana DiGiovanni (101 goals) - 2008-11 5. 108 - Stacey Birlson (79 goals) - 2010-11 6. 89 - Olivia Duncan (52 goals) - 2010-11 7. 86 - Jovelle Ward (49 goals) - 2009-10 8. 73 - Andrea Soloko (51 goals) - 2008-11 9. 54 - Megan Bouwens (31 goals) - 2008 10. 52 - Meghan Reynolds (37 goals) - 2009-11 Ground balls 1. 138 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-11 2. 91 - Mariana DiGiovanni - 2008-11

3. 85 - Cassie Hoyez - 2010-11 4. 78 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-11 5. 65 - Lindsey Day - 2009-11 6. 61 - Stacey Birlson - 2010-11 7. 40 - Katrina Rabishaw - 2009-11 8. 37 - Andrea Soloko - 2008-11 9. 33 - Amy Merson - 2009-10 33 - Laura Finfrock - 2009-11 Draw controls 1. 135 - Mariana DiGiovanni - 2008-11 2. 130 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-11 3. 118 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-11 4. 113 - Cassie Hoyez - 2010-11 5. 76 - Andrea Soloko - 2008-11 6. 74 - Amy Merson - 2009-10 7. 54 - Hannah Early - 2011 8. 35 - Mary Accomando - 2011 35 - Lindsey Day - 2009-11 10. 32 - Megan Bouwens - 2008 Caused turnovers 1. 50 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-11 2. 48 - Cassie Hoyez - 2010-11 3. 39 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-11 4. 24 - Katrina Rabishaw - 2009-11 5. 23 - Olivia Duncan - 2010-11 6. 21 - Mariana DiGiovanni - 2008-11 21 - Stacey Birlson - 2010-11 8. 16 - Lindsey Day - 2009-11 9. 15 - Andrea Soloko - 2008-11 10. 14 - Hannah Early - 2011 Game-winning goals 1. 14 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-11 2. 9 - Olivia Duncan - 2010-11 3. 6 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-11 4. 5 - Lindsey Day - 2009-11 5. 3 - Mariana DiGiovanni - 2008-11 6. 2 - Ashley Starkey - 2008 7. 1 - Megan Bouwens - 2008 1 - Jovelle Ward - 2009-10 1 - Heather Newblom - 2010-11 1 - Cassie Hoyez - 2010-11 Free-position goals 1. 41 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-11 2. 29 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-11 3. 18 - Lindsey Day - 2009-11 4. 10 - Mariana DiGiovanni - 2008-11 5. 7 - Andrea Soloko - 2008-11

7 - Megan Bouwens - 2008 7. 6 - Jovelle Ward - 2009-10 8. 4 - Meghan Reynolds - 2009-11 9. 3 - Cassie Hoyez - 2010-11 10. 2 - Olivia Duncan - 2010-11 Saves 1. 194 - Laura Finfrock (202 GA, 194 saves) - 2009-11 2. 177 - Amanda Faraone (296 GA, 177 saves) - 2008-11 3. 65 - Jul Tehovnik (107 GA, 65 saves) - 2011 4. 6 - Meghan Smerecki (9 GA, 6 saves) - 2009-11 Save percent (minimum 250 minutes) 1. .490 - Laura Finfrock (202 GA, 194 saves) - 2009-11 2. .378 - Jul Tehovnik (107 GA, 65 saves) - 2011 3. .374 - Amanda Faraone (296 GA, 177 saves) - 2008-11 Goals against avg (minimum 250 minutes) 1. 8.04 - Laura Finfrock (202 GA, 1508 min) - 2009-11 2. 9.78 - Jul Tehovnik (107 GA, 657 min) - 2011 3. 10.93 - Amanda Faraone (296 GA, 1625 min) - 2008-11 Most wins 1. 23 - Laura Finfrock (23-7-0) - 2009-11 2. 14 - Amanda Faraone (14-8-0) - 2008-11 3. 9 - Jul Tehovnik (9-4-0) - 2011 Games played 1. 65 - Mariana DiGiovanni - 2008-11 2. 56 - Andrea Soloko - 2008-11 3. 52 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-11 52 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-11 52 - Lindsey Day - 2009-11 6. 50 - Katrina Rabishaw - 2009-11 7. 47 - Meghan Reynolds - 2009-11 8. 46 - Elizabeth Szymanski - 2009-11 9. 41 - Amanda Faraone - 2008-11 10. 38 - Anne Hersman - 2009-11 Games started 1. 61 - Mariana DiGiovanni - 2008-11 2. 52 - Amanda Lambert - 2009-11 52 - Rachel Johnston - 2009-11 4. 51 - Lindsey Day - 2009-11 5. 46 - Katrina Rabishaw - 2009-11 6. 38 - Cassie Hoyez - 2010-11 38 - Stacey Birlson - 2010-11 8. 34 - Olivia Duncan - 2010-11 9. 31 - Jovelle Ward - 2009-10 10. 28 - Laura VonderHaar - 2010-11

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2012 Women's Lacrosse Yearbook  

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