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QUICK FACTS College Information

Name of School Adrian College City/Zip Adrian, MI 49221 Founded 1859 Enrollment 1,700 Nickname Bulldogs School colors Black & Gold Stadium Multi-Sport Performance Stadium Capacity 3,000 Affiliation NCAA Division III Conference Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association 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 Athletic Administrative Assistant Darci Karapas Athletic Administrative Assistant DeAnne Lewin

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 17-3 2nd Season (517) 265-5161 Ext. 4000 Melissa Nakasuji Limestone College (2011) 2nd Season mnakasuji@adrian.edu (517) 265-5161 Ext. 5018

2013 Schedule

Date Opponent Feb. 23 Notre Dame (Ohio) - Exh. Mar. 1 COLORADO COLLEGE Mar. 3 at Greensboro Mar. 6 vs. Misericordia ^ Mar. 8 vs. Chris. Newport ^ Mar. 13 at Oberlin Mar. 16 at Augustana (Ill.) Mar. 17 at Aurora Mar. 23 DENISON Mar. 29 at Keuka Mar. 30 at Worcester State Apr. 6 CALVIN * Apr. 10 HOPE * Apr. 13 at Alma * Apr. 16 at Olivet * Apr. 19 at Trine * Apr. 27 ALBION * May 1 MIAA Tournament Semifinal May 4 MIAA Tournament Final

Time 11:00 AM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:30 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:30 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:30 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM TBA TBA

^ - Games Played in Hilton Head, S.C. * - MIAA Conference Game Home Games in BOLD CAPS All Times are Eastern Zone Schedule Subject to Change

Table of Contents

Quick Facts/2013 Schedule..................................3 Coaching Staff.......................................................4 2013 Rosters.........................................................5 Player Profiles..................................................6-13 2012 Combined Stats..........................................14 MWLC Conference..............................................15 17-3 Adrian College Information.............................16-17 7-0 1st Place MWLC Career Records...................................................18 10/10 5/7

Team Information

2012 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 Mark Jagord mjagord@adrian.edu (517) 265-5161 ext. 5471

2013 Women’s Lacrosse Media Guide

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

Ryan Thompson Ryan Thompson Ryan Thompson, Mark Jagord Ryan Thompson Dave Pearcy and ZR Photo Precision Business Solutions (Perrysburg, Ohio)

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COACHING STAFF Head Coach Rachel Cibulas

2nd Season (17-3) rcibulas@adrian.edu 517-265-5161 Ext. 4000 Rachel Cibulas, the 2012 MWLC Coach of the Year, is entering her second season with the Bulldogs. Her first season with the Bulldogs during the 2012 year proved to be very successful, as the team finished with a record of 17-3. The Bulldogs also captured the MWLC regular season and conference tournament titles for the second year in a row along with their second NCAA tournament appearance. Under Cibulas, the Bulldogs have had eight MWLC Players of the Week, six First Team All-Conference Players, two Second Team All-Conference Players and two IWLCA All-West Regional Players named during the 2012 season. Additionally, Cibulas coached senior Amanda Lambert, who ranked 15th nationally for ground balls during the 2012 season (66). Cibulas is no stranger to Adrian College as she served as assistant coach during the first year of the program’s existence 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 along with former head coach John Sung. 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. 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 letter-winner for the Colonials for two 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. Her grandfather Joseph, played professional football for the Pittsburgh Steelers. She graduated from Robert Morris University in May 2007 with a bachelor of science in business administration. She completed her Master of Science in sport management from Slippery Rock University in May 2010. She is a Registered Athletic Administrator through the N.I.A.A.A.

Assistant Coach Melissa Nakasuji

2nd Season mnakasuji@adrian.edu 517-265-5161 Ext. 5018 Melissa Nakasuji brings a variety of coaching experience to her job as assistant coach at Adrian College. Over the past eight years, she has coached peewee boys’ box lacrosse as well as U-15, U-17 and U-19 girls’ field lacrosse in Ontario, Canada. In 2011, she gained valuable experience completing a coaching internship at Limestone College under the guidance of head coach Scott Tucker. As a player, Nakasuji competed for Limestone College from 2008-11. While there, she helped lead the Lady Saints to four consecutive Conference Carolinas Regular Season and Tournament championships. Nakasuji and the Lady Saints made appearances in the NCAA Division II Tournament each of her four years at Limestone, playing in the semi finals as a freshman and a sophomore, the quarter finals as a junior, and the national championship final as a senior. During her playing career at Limestone, the native of Ajax, Ontario, Canada played defense. She started 73 of the 77 games she played in and is currently ranked second all-time in time played with 4,187 minutes. In four seasons, she compiled 61 ground balls, 24 draw controls and 20 caused turnover and helped the Lady Saints to an impressive 67 wins. In her senior year, she served as team captain. As a result of her prowess on the field, Nakasuji garnered a number of individual awards throughout her career. In 2011, she was recognized as an All-American Honorable Mention by USACollegeLacrosse.com and was named to the IWLCA North-South All-Star game. She was named as an All-Conference Carolinas selection twice, in 2010 and 2011, and earned All-Tournament honors in 2011. In June 2012, Nakasuji graduated from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Education. She also holds a Bachelor of Science from Limestone College, with a double major in Physical Education and Strength & Conditioning, and a minor in Coaching.

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ROSTERS Numerical Roster

# Name

Pos Ht Yr Hometown (H.S.)

1 Laurel Van’t Hof

D 5-3 JR Park City, Utah (Park City)

2 Stacey Birlson

A 5-6 SR Centennial, Colo. (Arapahoe)

3 Maddie Dugan

A 5-2 JR Rochester Hills, Mich. (Notre Dame Prep)

4 Emily Marks

A 5-8 SO Solina, Ont. (Clarington Central)

7 Nichole Laflamme

M 5-3 FR White Lake, Mich. (Lakeland)

10 Olivia Duncan

A 5-5 SR Orangeville, Ont. (Orangeville District)

11 Allie Carter

D 5-4 FR Canton, Mich. (Salem)

13 Lydia Reedy

A 5-2 FR DeWitt, Mich. (East Lansing)

14 Heather Newblom

M 5-4 SR Holland, Ohio (St. Ursula)

15 Nicole McDowell

M 5-2 JR Mentor, Ohio (Mentor)

16 Riley Weidle

D 5-8 SO Westlake Village, Calif. (Westlake)

17 Katie Ravenhall

M 5-7 SR Hamilton, Ohio (Lakota West)

18 Nicol Parker

D 5-11 JR St. Johns, Mich. (St. Johns)

22 Cassie Hoyez

M 5-3 SR Circle Pines, Minn. (Centennial)

24 TaShina Salas

A 5-7 FR Denver, Colo. (East)

30 Regen Stahl

D 5-6 FR Quincy, Mich. (Quincy)

32 Hannah Early

M 5-5 JR Shelbume, Ont. (Centre Dufferin)

57 Jul Tehovnik

G 5-7 JR Sewickley, Pa. (Sewickley Academy)

71 Maddie McDonald

G 5-3 FR Whitby, Ont. (Austin Catholic)

Stacey Birlson was named First Team All-West Region by the IWLCA in 2012.

ALPHABETICAL Roster # Name

Pos Ht Yr Hometown (H.S.)

2 Stacey Birlson

A 5-6 SR Centennial, Colo. (Arapahoe)

11 Allie Carter

D 5-4 FR Canton, Mich. (Salem)

3 Maddie Dugan

A 5-2 JR Rochester Hills, Mich. (Notre Dame Prep)

10 Olivia Duncan

A 5-5 SR Orangeville, Ont. (Orangeville District)

32 Hannah Early

M 5-5 JR Shelbume, Ont. (Centre Dufferin)

22 Cassie Hoyez

M 5-3 SR Circle Pines, Minn. (Centennial)

7 Nichole Laflamme

M 5-3 FR White Lake, Mich. (Lakeland)

4 Emily Marks

A 5-8 SO Solina, Ont. (Clarington Central)

71 Maddie McDonald

G 5-3 FR Whitby, Ont. (Austin Catholic)

15 Nicole McDowell

M 5-2 JR Mentor, Ohio (Mentor)

14 Heather Newblom

M 5-4 SR Holland, Ohio (St. Ursula)

18 Nicol Parker

D 5-11 JR St. Johns, Mich. (St. Johns)

17 Katie Ravenhall

M 5-7 SR Hamilton, Ohio (Lakota West)

13 Lydia Reedy

A 5-2 FR DeWitt, Mich. (East Lansing)

24 TaShina Salas

A 5-7 FR Denver, Colo. (East)

30 Regen Stahl

D 5-6 FR Quincy, Mich. (Quincy)

57 Jul Tehovnik

G 5-7 JR Sewickley, Pa. (Sewickley Academy)

1 Laurel Van’t Hof

D 5-3 JR Park City, Utah (Park City)

16 Riley Weidle

D 5-8 SO Westlake Village, Calif. (Westlake)

Olivia Duncan was named First Team All-MWLC and ranked fifth in school history with 58 goals in 2012.

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PLAYER PROFILES Senior Attack 5-6

Centennial, Colo. Arapahoe H.S.

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Stacey Birlson

2012 (Jr.): Named First Team All-MWLC and First Team All-West Region by the IWLCA... ranked 22nd in Division III in assists...finished with second-most assists in a season at Adrian (39)...played in 19 contests and made 18 starts...compiled 28 goals and 39 assists for 67 points...took 48 shots with 41 shots on goal...scored two game-winning goals against North Central and Mt. St. Joseph...scored seven free position goals in 12 attempts...had 34 groundballs, 19 draw controls and caused 11 turnovers...scored a season-high three goals twice at Allegheny and against Concordia (Wis.)...tallied a season-best five assists at Mt. St. Joseph...had a goal and assist in NCAA tournament game against Denison. 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 single-game 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 game-winning 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 All-Conference 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.

Senior Attack 5-5

Orangeville, Ont. Orangeville Secondary

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Olivia Duncan

2012 (Jr.): Named First Team All-MWLC and MWLC Player of the Week on Apr. 9 and 23... ranked 79th in Division III in goals...finished third in a season at Adrian with five game-winning goals, fifth with 58 goals, sixth with 91 shots on goal and 10th with 72 points...played in 19 games and started 18 times...took 107 total shots...scored four free-position goals in 11 attempts...had 30 groundballs, 27 draw controls and 10 caused turnovers...scored a seasonhigh six goals at C-M-S and against Carthage...added two assists against Carthage for a season-high eight points...scored twice in NCAA tournament game against Denison. 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.

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PLAYER PROFILES Senior Midfielder 5-4

Holland, Ohio St. Ursula Academy H.S.

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Heather Newblom

2012 (Jr.): Played in 19 games and made six starts...scored 10 goals and dished out seven assists...took 20 shots with 14 on net...scored the game-winning goal against Washington & Jefferson...scooped up nine groundballs...caused five turnovers and had three draw controls...had a season-high four points with two goals and two assists against W&J. 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-of10 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-of-5 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.

2012 (Jr.): Played in 19 games and made three starts...scored three goals and added one assist...took nine shots with eight on goal...scored the game-winning goal at Albion...picked up 17 groundballs and also had 11 draw controls and 10 caused turnovers...scored a season-high twice at Albion...had a season-best five Hamilton, Ohio groundballs against Concordia (Wis.). Lakota West 2011 (So.): Played in 15 games as a reserve...finished the season with one shot H.S. on goal against Trine on April 2...recorded three ground balls, one draw control and caused one turnover.

Senior Midfielder 5-7

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Kate Ravenhall

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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PLAYER PROFILES Senior Midfielder 5-3

Circle Pines, Minn. Centennial H.S.

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Cassie Hoyez

2012 (Jr.): Ranked fourth in a season at Adrian with 22 caused turnovers, fifth in a season with 42 groundballs and eighth in a season with 49 draw controls...played in 18 games and made 16 starts...scored 23 goals and dished out 10 assists...took 47 shots with 37 on goal... scored a season-high four goals twice at Trine and versus Sewanee...had a season-high three assists at Albion and against Carthage...had a season-best seven draws at Mt. St. Joseph. 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 free-position 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 Claremont-Mudd-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.

Junior Defense 5-3

2012 (So.): Played in eight matches as a reserve...scored a pair of goals with one each coming at Albion and against Concordia (Wis.)...took six shots with three on net...had one groundball, one draw control and one caused turnover.

Park City, Utah 2011 (Fr.): Played in eight contests as a reserve during first season with the program... Park City H.S. 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.

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Laurel Van’t Hof

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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 Junior Attack 5-2

Rochester Hills, Mich. Notre Dame Prep H.S.

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Maddie Dugan

Junior Midfielder 5-2

Mentor, Ohio Mentor H.S.

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Nicole McDowell

2012 (So.): Played in 15 games as a reserve in her second season...scored four goals and added four assists...took 10 shots with six on net...recorded three groundballs, three caused turnovers and two draw controls...scored a season-high three goals at Albion...scored her other goal against Concordia (Wis.). 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.

2012 (So.): Missed the season due to injury. 2011 (Fr.): Played in four games as a reserve...recorded two groundballs. Personal: Missed the last two seasons due to injury...born in Euclid, Ohio on January 17, 1992...majoring in athletic training with a minor in exercise science...daughter of Jeff and Jennifer McDowell...attended Mentor High School graduating in 2010...played three seasons of varsity lacrosse...named a varsity captain in 2009 and 2010...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings, Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Browns...favorite athletes are Jen Adams and Nicklas Lidstrom...favorite TV shows are Friends, NCIS and Flash Point...favorite movies are Despicable Me and A Christmas Story.

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PLAYER PROFILES Junior Midfielder 5-5

Shelburne, Ont. Centre Dufferin

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Hannah Early

2012 (So.): Played and started in 17 contests during her second season... scored 12 goals including one free-position goal...took 23 shots with 18 on goal...corraled 27 groundballs and 27 draw controls...caused eight turnovers and committed just five...scored a season-high two goals on three occasions...had a season-high four shots on net against Concordia (Wis.)... did not play in the NCAA tournament game against Denison. 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 2008-2010…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.

2012 (So.): Played in 10 games and made three starts in goal...played 304 minutes in net...recorded four groundballs...had a 7.87 goals-against average...made 26 saves with a .394 save percentage...posted a 2-0 record in goal...made a season-best 11 saves in a 16-14 win over Claremont-MuddSewickley, Pa. Scripps...also got starts at Occidental and Pomona-Pitzer. Junior Goalkeeper 5-7 Sewickley Academy

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Jul Tehovnik

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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 Junior Defense 5-11

St. Johns, Mich. St. Johns H.S.

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Nicol Parker

Personal: Majoring in biology and chemistry...born in St. Johns, Michigan on March 18, 1992...daughter of Leon and Ann Parker...played volleyball and basketball at St. Johns High School… member of 2008 team that played in the Regional finals…named volleyball team MVP…named to All-Region, All-Conference and All-Area teams… played on the 2010 basketball team that was conference champions… named All-Conference Honorable Mention in basketball…member of the National Honor Society...first year on the lacrosse team at Adrian.

Sophomore Attack 5-8

Sophomore Defense 5-8

Solina, Ont. Clarington Central

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Emily Marks

Personal: Majoring in education…born on July 30, 1993 in Toronto, Ontario… daughter of Scott and Tracy Marks… attended Clarington Central Secondary School graduating in 2011…transfer from Oswego State (N.Y.) and member of women’s hockey team at Adrian College...lettered in basketball, hockey, rugby and lacrosse...named varsity MVP in rugby in 2007...named basketball MVP in 2007...named varsity hockey MVP and varsity lacrosse MVP in 2011...named senior athlete of the year...helped coach the Oshawa Lady Blue Knights lacrosse team...favorite sports teams are the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Blue Jays...favorite athletes are Doug Gilmour and Brett Lawrie...favorite TV shows are Degrassi, Breaking Amish and Here Comes Honey Boo Boo... favorite movies are The Goonies and Bridesmaids...favorite author is J.K. Rowling...favorite musicians are Luke Bryan, Taylor Swift and Lady Antebellum.

Westlake Village, Calif. Westlake H.S.

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Riley Weidle

2012 (Fr.): Played in 12 matches as a reserve...scored a goal on the season coming at Albion...took just one shot on net during the season...she scored on a free-position shot against the Britons... tallied two groundballs and one caused turnover. 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.

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PLAYER PROFILES Freshman Midfielder 5-3

White Lake, Mich. Lakeland H.S.

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Nichole Laflamme

Personal: Majoring in communications with an emphasis on graphic design… born on March 16, 1994 in Pontiac, Michigan…daughter of Joe and Denise Laflamme…attended White Lake Lakeland High School graduating in 2012…member of the Adrian College women’s hockey team...played varsity lacrosse for four years...AA state champs in 2009-10...played AAA hockey as a junior and senior...named MVP of state championship game in 2009-10...named team MVP in lacrosse and hockey in 2010...named First Team All-League and All-State in 2012...holds seven state records in lacrosse...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings, Washington Capitals and Detroit Tigers...favorite athletes are Steve Yzerman, Pavel Datsyuk and Brendan Shanahan... favorite TV show is Criminal Minds... favorite actor is Adam Sandler...favorite musician is Taylor Swift.

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Freshman Defense 5-4

Canton, Mich. Salem H.S.

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Allie Carter

Personal: Majoring in exercise science with an emphasis in physical therapy… born on May 29, 1993 in Wayne, Michigan…daughter of Jeff and Theresa Carter…attended Salem High School graduating in 2011…member of the women’s hockey team at Adrian... won state titles playing for Little Caesars in 2010 and 2011 in hockey... came in second place both years at nationals...coached by Matt Berger and Dave Irwin...named assistant captain for Victory Honda in 2011-12... received President’s Education Award and Principal Academic Award... member of National Honor Society... favorite sports teams are the Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings...favorite athletes are Tim Thomas and Patrick Roy...favorite TV show is Chuck... favorite movie is Bridesmaids...favorite author is Randy Pausch...favorite book is The Last Lecture...favorite foods are grilled chicken and crab legs.

Freshman Attack 5-2

DeWitt, Mich. East Lansing H.S.

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Lydia Reedy

Personal: Born in DeWitt, Michigan on July 17, 1994...majoring in exercise science...daughter of Greg and Chris Reedy...attended East Lansing High School graduating in 2012...four-year varsity letterwinner in lacrosse...earned one letter in cross country...named AllConference from 2009-12...named Academic All-State in 2012...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings and Washington Redskins... favorite athletes are Pavel Datsyuk and Robert Griffin III...favorite TV shows are Duck Dynasty and Storage Wars... favorite movies are 21 Jumpstreet and Talladega Nights...favorite musicians are One Direction, Nicki Minaj and Childish Gambino.

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PLAYER PROFILES Freshman Attack 5-7

Denver, Colo. East H.S.

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TaShina Salas

Personal: Born in Denver, Colorado on August 5, 1994...majoring in public relations with a minor in journalism... daughter of Omega Salas and Marlene De La Rosa...attended Denver East High School graduating in 2012... named All-Conference in 2011 and 2012...led the team in goals in 2011 and 2012...favorite sports team is the Miami Heat...favorite athletes are LeBron James and Michael Jordan... favorite TV shows are Vampire Dairies and Breaking Bad...favorite writer is Nicholas Sparks...favorite book is Dear John...favorite musicians are Drake, Jay-Z and Kanye West.

Freshman Defense 5-6

Freshman Goalkeeper 5-3

Quincy, Mich. Quincy H.S.

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Regen Stahl

Personal: Born in Coldwater, Michigan on December 4, 1993...majoring in graphic design...daughter of Jennifer Stahl...attended Quincy High School graduating in 2012...played one season of varsity softball and soccer...played four years of varsity volleyball...named Honorable Mention All-Conference in volleyball for 2011...named Second Team All-State on defense in soccer for 2012...involved in Proud Equestrian Program during the summer...favorite TV shows are Awkward and The Big Bang Theory...favorite movies are Pitch Perfect and The Lion King...favorite book is Flowers for Algernon.

Whitby, Ont. Austin Catholic H.S.

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Maddie McDonald

Personal: Born in Whitby, Ontario on May 17, 1993...majoring in athletic training...daughter of Erica and Don McDonald...member of the Team Canada Under-19 World Team for two years...attended Father Leo J. Austin Catholic Secondary School graduating in 2011...named 2011 MVP of her team...favorite sports teams are the Calgary Flames and Team Canada...favorite athletes are Dion Phaneuf and Jerome Iginla...favorite TV shows are The Walking Dead and American Horror Story...favorite movies are Bridesmaids, Mean Girls and Transformers...favorite writer is Lurlene McDaniel...favorite musicians are Katy Perry, Mumford & Sons and Hoodie Allen.

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2012 COMBINED STATS 2012 Adrian College Women's Lacrosse Adrian College Combined Team Statistics All games (Final Stats) RECORD: OVERALL ALL GAMES........... (17- 3- 0) CONFERENCE.......... ( 7- 0- 0) NON-CONFERENCE...... (10- 3- 0) DATE ---------Feb 26 Feb 27 Feb 28 Mar 9 Mar 10 Mar 17 Mar 24 *Mar 25 *Mar 25 *Mar 30 Apr 1 Apr 7 *Apr 14 Apr 15 *Apr 21 *Apr 22 *Apr 28 AMay 04 May 5 May 9

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OPPONENT ---------------------#19 Claremont-M-S Occidental College Pomona-Pitzer Denison Allegheny WASH. & JEFF. FREDONIA STATE Albion College Trine University Mt. St. Joseph Lynchburg College WITTENBERG FONTBONNE Sewanee University CARTHAGE COLLEGE CONCORDIA (WIS.) NORTH CENTRAL (IL) MT. ST. JOSEPH CARTHAGE COLLEGE DENISON

W/L --W LOT W O2 W W O2 W LO3 W W W W W W W W W W W W LOT

SCORE ATT ----- ----16-14 25 6-7 113 13-11 47 11-9 30 16-15 127 15-11 222 14-15 124 25-1 24 17-3 43 16-2 110 16-12 86 18-11 130 1-0 19-13 75 20-12 250 20-4 65 18-10 275 19-5 120 11-6 121 10-11 225

TEAM STATISTICS ADRIAN OPP --------------------------------------------------SHOT STATISTICS.......... Goals-Shot attempts.... 300-569 172-414 Goals scored average... 15.53 8.90 Shot pct............... .527 .415 Shots on goal-Attempts. 459-569 321-414 SOG pct................ .807 .775 Shots/Game............. 28.5 20.7 Assists................ 174 46 Free position made-Att. 44-84 52-149 Free position pct...... .524 .349 MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES..... Goals-Opportunities.... 18-24 20-41 Conversion Percent..... .750 .488 GOAL BREAKDOWN........... Total Goals............ 300 172 Man-up................. 18 18 Man-down............... 2 1 Free-position.......... 44 52 Unassisted............. 126 126 Overtime............... 6 6 GROUND BALLS............. 419 345 DRAW CONTROLS............ 262 251 TURNOVERS................ 279 318 CAUSED TURNOVERS......... 182 110 CLEARS................... 232-279 179-271 Clear Pct.............. .832 .661 PENALTIES................ Number................. 37 17 Minutes................ 71:00 32:30 ATTENDANCE............... Total.................. 1532 605 Dates/Avg Per Date..... 10/153 9/67 Neutral Site #/Avg..... 1/75

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HOME ( 8- 2- 0) ( 4- 0- 0) ( 4- 2- 0)

AWAY ( 8- 1- 0) ( 3- 0- 0) ( 5- 1- 0)

NEUTRAL ( 1- 0- 0) ( 0- 0- 0) ( 1- 0- 0)

## PLAYER GP G A Pts Sh GWG UP DN GB DC TO CT -----------------------------------------------------------------------18 Amanda Lambert 18 48 32 80 75 4 8 0 66 54 42 26 10 Olivia Duncan 19 58 14 72 107 5 3 0 30 27 34 10 11 Rachel Johnston 18 41 26 67 77 2 0 1 24 21 28 17 2 Stacey Birlson 19 28 39 67 48 2 1 0 34 19 25 11 4 Lindsey Day 19 33 22 55 75 1 1 1 32 18 24 5 13 Meghan Reynolds 19 23 14 37 50 0 1 0 24 10 24 9 22 Cassie Hoyez 18 23 10 33 47 0 0 0 42 49 24 22 14 Heather Newblom 19 10 7 17 20 1 1 0 9 3 10 5 32 Hannah Early 17 12 0 12 23 0 1 0 27 27 5 8 19 Meghan Gerrie 16 9 3 12 11 0 2 0 6 0 7 3 3 Maddie Dugan 15 4 4 8 10 0 0 0 3 2 6 3 17 Kate Ravenhall 19 3 1 4 9 1 0 0 17 11 9 10 20 Laura VonderHaar 19 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 26 9 12 13 1 Laurel Van't Hof 8 2 0 2 6 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 8 Elizabeth Szymanski 19 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 12 3 5 8 33 Katrina Rabishaw 17 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 19 6 6 17 27 Anne Hersman 19 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 11 2 6 9 16 Riley Weidle 12 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 99 Laura Finfrock 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 0 11 4 57 Jul Tehovnik 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 Total............... 20 300 174 474 569 16 18 2 419 262 279 182 Opponents........... 20 172 46 218 414 3 18 1 345 251 318 110 |-GOAL AVERAGE-| |-SAVES-| ## GOALTENDERS GP Minutes GA Avg Sv Pct W L T ---------------------------------------------------------------57 Jul Tehovnik 10 304:51 40 7.87 26 .394 2 0 0 99 Laura Finfrock 18 854:20 132 9.27 123 .482 14 3 0 Total............... 19 1159:11 172 8.90 149 .464 16 3 0 Opponents........... 19 1159:11 300 15.53 159 .346 3 16 0 GOALS BY PERIOD -------------------Adrian College...... Opponents...........

1st 2nd OT OT2 OT3 --- --- --- --- --160 135 5 1 0 80 86 3 2 1

Total ----301 172

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

1st 2nd OT OT2 OT3 --- --- --- --- --81 64 3 1 0 99 59 1 0 0

Total ----149 159

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

1st --320 216

2nd OT OT2 OT3 --- --- --- --241 7 1 0 188 6 3 1

Total ----569 414

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

1st --259 161

2nd OT OT2 OT3 --- --- --- --194 6 1 0 150 6 3 1

Total ----460 321

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MWLC CONFERENCE Team Adrian Carthage North Central Mt. St. Joseph Trine Concordia Fontbonne Albion

MWLC Coach of the Year Rachel Cibulas - Adrian

Note: Albion canceled six of its MWLC matches, while the regular season contest between Fontbonne and Adrian was also canceled. While forfeits were awarded to Adrian for the Fontbonne match and the six other schools for the Albion matches (for conference tournament seeding purposes only), the games officially go in the record books as "no-contests" since they were never played (per NCAA statistics guidelines). The standings above reflect this.

MWLC Offensive Player of the Year Amanda Lambert - Adrian MWLC Defensive Player of the Year Shannon Prince - North Central MWLC Newcomer of the Year Sammi Reiter - Concordia (Wis.) FIRST TEAM School Ali Gorman Carthage Katrina Rabishaw Adrian Laura VonderHaar Adrian Shannon Prince North Central Amanda Lambert Adrian Mary Alice Pierce Fontbonne Caroline Gully North Central Olivia Duncan Adrian Stacey Birlson Adrian Danielle Fiala North Central Rachel Johnston Adrian Sammi Reiter Concordia (Wis) SECOND TEAM School Laura Finfrock Adrian Michelle Tumberger Carthage Erin Hoskins Mt. St. Joseph Alison Musur North Central Lindsey Day Adrian Olivia Nino Carthage Ashley Kocsis Trine Sydney Whitaker Carthage Chrissy O'Hara Mt. St. Joseph Emily Shreeve Trine Amanda Holmes Mt. St. Joseph Shelly Raupp Trine

Overall MWLC 16-3 6-0 12-5 5-1 6-10 4-2 4-10 2-4 2-7 2-4 3-11 2-4 0-10 0-5 0-8 0-1

Pos. G D D D MF MF MF A A A A - At-Large MF - At-Large Pos. G D D D MF MF MF A A A MF - At-Large MF - At-Large

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Hometown/H.S. Chesterfield, Mo./Parkway Central Sharon, Ontario/Sacred Heart Catholic Bolingbrook, Ill./Naperville Central South Elgin, Ill./Montini Catholic Sloatsburg, N.Y./Suffern Louisville, Ky./Mercy Academy Barrington, Ill./H.S. Orangeville, Ontario/Secondary Centennial, Colo./Arapahoe Naperville, Ill./North St. Catherines, Ontario/Denis Morris Catholic Stillwater, Minn./H.S.

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

Hometown/H.S. Deerfield, Ill./H.S. Arlington Heights, Ill./St. Viator Cincinnati, Ohio/McAuley Morton Grove, Ill./Niles North Apple Valley, Minn./Eastview Pleasanton, Calif./Foothill Cincinnati, Ohio/Anderson Bainbridge, Wash./H.S. Cincinnati, Ohio/Mercy Manchester, Md./North Carroll Cincinnati, Ohio/Oak Hills Vernon Hills, Ill./H.S.

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WE ARE ADRIAN U.S. News & World Report recognized Adrian College as a college with the ‘Least Student Debt Load’ upon graduation as well as the #1 Up-and-Coming Baccalaureate College in the Midwest. In 2012, Adrian College was selected as a Top Five Baccalaureate College in the Midwest.

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1 faculty Master’s Programs

Students Enrolled

Professional institutes

1 Bulldog

16 students

MiLES from Ann Arbor

Miles from Toledo

We think “DIFFERENTLY.”

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. 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.”

MiLes from Detroit

We are a campus of confidence, heart, and determination. We aren’t your average college experience ... we are distinctive. We are made up of achievers, believers, entrepreneurs, and leaders. We are more than simply a “small college,” we are the roots of change. We inspire, ignite, and grow here. It’s getting your master’s degree in five years; it’s being a scholar, an athlete, and a humanitarian ... but more than just a number.

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WE ARE ADRIAN Call us a It fuels champions.

acre textbook. We are the best of both worlds. From the richly landscaped campus mall to the historic architecture of our founding structures, you can’t help but wonder if you’ve stumbled into an educational utopia. Our hallways echo with lectures from years gone by; our stages explode with heart pounding performances.

State-of-the-art athletic facilities and faculty who know you by name are certain to remind you that your experience at Adrian College is

Anything but ordinary. It’s extraordinary ... like you.

Academic programs Athletic Training* Accounting* & Business

Exercise Science / Physical Education Geology History

• Management Interior Design • Marketing • International Business Mathematics and Studies • Sports Management Modern Languages

Art & Design • Studio Art • Art Education • Arts History • Arts Management

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& Cultures Music

• Performance • Music Education • Musical Theatre • Arts Administration

Philosophy / Religion

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Computer Information Systems Economics

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Environmental Science/Studies

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Our programs integrate theoretical and practical learning in distinctive and challenging ways. *Combined 5 year Bachelors/Master’s Degree available

It’s not about winning championships... but let’s face it, that is what we do here. We throw winning passes, hit home runs, score hat-tricks, and serve up wins in nearly every sport on campus. Maybe it’s because our athletes are strong — both in their sports and in their classes. The average GPA for our student athlete is above a 3.0, and with over 50% of our student body involved in some form of athletic activity, that says something. Actually, it says a lot.

We value a winning tradition on and off the court, the field, the ice or wherever our students spend their training time. Visit adrianbulldogs.com for more information

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