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TABLE OF CONTENTS UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

Quick Facts/TOC................................................................................... 5

Founded..............................................................................................................1766 Location...............................................................................New Brunswick, N.J. President..............................................................................Dr. Robert L. Barchi Director of Athletics........................................................................Tim Pernetti Enrollment..................................................................................................... 43,386 Nickname.......................................................................................Scarlet Knights Conference.................................................................................................BIG EAST Home Court.......................................................................Yurcak Field (5,000) ............................................................................................... RU Turf Field (2,000)

2013 Roster........................................................................................... 6 Head Coach Laura Brand-Sias.................................................... 8-9 Assistant Coaches............................................................................. 10 Support Staff........................................................................................ 11 2013 Opponents................................................................................ 12 2013 Scarlet Knights...............................................................14-25

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.......................................... Laura Brand-Sias (Rutgers, 1999) Career Record................................................................. 97-81 (11 seasons) Record at Rutgers.......................................................... 87-74 (10 seasons) Assistant Coaches............................. Lisa Ojea (James Madison, 2003) ......................................................... Maggie Tamasitis (Notre Dame, 2012) Lacrosse Phone..................................................................... (732) 445-8853 2012 Record........................................................... 9-7/4-4 BIG EAST (Fifth) Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................................................... 21/7 Starters Returning/Lost.............................................................................. 7/5 Newcomers.........................................................................................................Eight

2012 Season In Review...........................................................26-30 2012 Statistics and Results......................................................... 31 Rutgers in the Community......................................................33-34 All-Time Award Winners..........................................................37-38 Rutgers Record Book................................................................39-40 All-Time Letterwinners..............................................................40-41 All-Time Results............................................................................42-44

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Women’s Lacrosse Contact...................................................... Allison Miller Phone.......................................................................................... (732) 445-8332 Cell Phone................................................................................. (732) 690-5733 Fax................................................................................................ (732) 445-3063 Email....................................................................... amiller@scarletknights.com Website........................................................................www.scarletknights.com Mailing Address.......................................... Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) .................................................................................................83 Rockafeller Road ...........................................................................................Piscataway, NJ 08854 The 2013 Rutgers Women’s Lacrosse media guide is published by the Rutgers Division of Intercollegiate Athletics. Editor: Layout and Design: Editorial Assistance: Photography:

Allison Miller Kevin Revoir Caroline Rafferty, Trey Miller Tom Cizek, Patti Banks, Larry Levanti, Jim O’Connor, John Strohsacker and U.S. Lacrosse

This guide has been compiled to assist the media with its coverage of the team. Updated results may be obtained throughout the season from the Athletic Communications Office at (732) 445-4200 or by accessing the women’s lacrosse website at www.scarletknights.com.

Series vs Opponents..................................................................45-46 Media Information.............................................................................. 47 President. Robert L. Barchi........................................................... 49 Athletic Director Tim Pernetti...............................................50-51 Athletic Administration.................................................................... 51 A Brief History/Rutgers At A Glance................................52-54 Office of Athletic Communications Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Rutgers Athletic Center 83 Rockafeller Rd. Piscataway, NJ 08854 (732) 445-4200 (732) 445-3063 - FAX Associate Athletic Director/Athletic Communications:......Jason Baum Director:.................................................................................................... Kevin Lorincz Associate Director:..............................................................................Kim Zivkovich Assistant Director:........................................................................................ Alli Miller Associate Director...................................................................................... Jimmy Gill Assistant:...........................................................................................Caroline Rafferty Assistant:........................................................................................................ Trey Miller Media, Editorial & Publication Specialist:.................................... Kevin Revoir Web Developer:....................................................................................Colin Osborne

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2013 SCARLET KNIGHTS ROSTER Alphabetical Roster No. Name 13 Stephanie Anderson 4 Melissa Arthur 7 Halley Barnes 30 Aimee Chotikul 18 Megan Clements 28 Amanda Currell 29 Candice Dandridge 25 Hollie DiMuro 8 Colleen Ekert 23 Addington Elliott 22 Madeline Hulsey 16 Chelsea Intrabartola 9 Lily Kalata 12 Kristin Kocher 2 Kim Kolodny 20 Claire MacDougall 15 Sarah Mahon 17 Katrina Martinelli 11 Annie McGinley 19 Nikki McMonagle 24 Kelsey Miller 27 Taylor Pennell 10 Lauren Sbrilli 6 Rachel Schneeberger 26 Chrissy Schreiber 21 Amanda Trendell 3 Erin Turkot 14 Jenny Vlahos 5 Rachel Welch

SCARLET KNIGHTS BY...

Pos. Cl. Ht. Hometown/ Previous School M Sr. 5-7 Wading River, N.Y./Shoreham-Wading River A So. 5-7 Marlton, N.J./Cherokee A/M Fr. 5-7 Garnet Valley, Pa./Garnet Valley GK Sr. 5-2 Baltimore, Md./Baltimore Lutheran A Jr. 5-9 Pennington, N.J./Hopewell Valley GK Fr. 5-6 Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown GK So. 5-5 Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill West D Jr. 5-7 West Babylon, N.Y./West Babylon D So. 5-7 Commack, N.Y./Commack D Fr. 5-2 Rumson, N.J./Fair Haven Regional M Fr. 5-5 Sherwood Forest, Md./Annapolis Area Christian School D Jr. 5-4 Commack, N.Y./Commack GK Sr. 5-5 Nesconset, N.Y./Smithtown East M So. 5-7 Medford, N.J./Shawnee A Fr. 5-6 Farmingdale, N.Y./Farmingdale D Jr. 5-6 Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown M Jr. 5-11 Spring Lake Heights, N.J./Manasquan M Jr. 5-4 Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown A R-Sr. 5-9 Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown A Fr. 5-10 Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown A Jr. 5-7 Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown M Fr. 5-6 New Egypt, N.J./The Peddie School M Jr. 5-9 Martinsville, N.J./Bridgewater-Raritan A Sr. 5-5 Watertown, N.Y./Watertown M Fr. 5-7 East Meadow, N.Y./St. Anthony’s M R-Jr. 5-2 Yorktown Heights, N.Y./Yorktown D Jr. 5-8 Mountain Lakes, N.J./Mountain Lakes M So. 5-8 Manhasset, N.Y./Manhasset D Sr. 5-2 Medford, N.J./Shawnee

Head Coach: Laura Brand-Sias (Rutgers ‘ 99) – 11th season Assistant Coach: Lisa Ojea (James Madison ’03) Assistant Coach: Maggie Tamasitis (Notre Dame ’12)

NUMERICAL ROSTER

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2

Kim Kolodny

A

Fr.

17

Katrina Martinelli

M

Jr.

3

Erin Turkot

D

Jr.

18

Megan Clements

A

Jr.

4

Melissa Arthur

A

So.

19

Nikki McMonagle

A

Fr.

5

Rachel Welch

D

Sr.

20

Claire MacDougall

D

Jr.

6

Rachel Schneeberger

A

Sr.

21

Amanda Trendell

M

R-Jr.

7

Halley Barnes

A/M

Fr.

22

Madeline Hulsey

M

Fr.

8

Colleen Ekert

D

So.

23

Addington Elliott

D

Fr.

9

Lily Kalata

GK

Sr.

24

Kelsey Miller

A

Jr.

10

Lauren Sbrilli

M

Jr.

25

Hollie DiMuro

D

Jr.

11

Annie McGinley

A

R-Sr.

26

Chrissy Schreiber

M

Fr.

12

Kristin Kocher

M

So.

27

Taylor Pennell

M

Fr.

13

Stephanie Anderson

M

Sr.

29

Candice Dandridge

GK

So.

14

Jenny Vlahos

M

So.

28

Amanda Currell

GK

Fr.

15

Sarah Mahon

M

Jr.

30

Aimee Chotikul

GK

Sr.

16

Chelsea Intrabartola

D

Jr.

CLASS

Seniors (6): Stephanie Anderson, Aimee Chotikul, Lily Kalata, Annie McGinley, Rachel Schneeberger, Rachel Welch Juniors (10): Megan Clements, Hollie DiMuro, Chelsea Intrabartola, Claire MacDougall, Sarah Mahon, Katrina Martinelli, Kelsey Miller, Lauren Sbrilli, Amanda Trendell, Erin Turkot Sophomores (5): Melissa Arthur, Candice Dandridge, Colleen Ekert, Kristin Kocher, Jenny Vlahos Freshmen (8): Halley Barnes, Amanda Currell, Addington Elliot, Madeline Hulsey, Kim Kolodny, Nikki McMonagle, Taylor Pennell, Chrissy Schreiber POSITION

Attack (8): Melissa Arthur, Halley Barnes, Megan Clements, Kim Kolodny, Annie McGinley, Nikki McMonagle, Kelsey Miller, Rachel Schneeberger Midfield (10): Stephanie Anderson, Madeline Hulsey, Kristin Kocher, Sarah Mahon, Katrina Martinelli, Taylor Pennell, Lauren Sbrilli, Chrissy Schreiber, Amanda Trendell, Jenny Vlahos Defense (7): Hollie DiMuro, Colleen Ekert, Addington Elliott, Chelsea Intrabartola, Claire MacDougall, Erin Turkot, Rachel Welch Goalkeepers (4): Aimee Chotikul, Amanda Currell, Candice Dandridge, Lily Kalata STATE

Maryland (2): Aimee Chotikul, Madeline Husley New Jersey (16): Melissa Arthur, Megan Clements, Amanda Currell, Candice Dandridge, Addington Elliott, Kristin Kocher, Claire MacDougall, Sarah Mahon, Katrina Martinelli, Annie McGinley, Nikki McMonagle, Kelsey Miller, Taylor Pennell, Lauren Sbrilli, Erin Turkot, Rachel Welch New York (10): Stephanie Anderson, Hollie DiMuro, Colleen Ekert, Chelsea Intrabartola, Lily Kalata, Kim Kolodny, Rachel Schneeberger, Chrissy Schreiber, Amanda Trendell, Jenny Vlahos Pennsylvania (1): Halley Barnes


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COACHING STAFF

HEAD COACH

LAURA BRAND-SIAS On the precipice of her 100th career victory and entering her 11th season as head coach of the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team, Laura Brand-Sias remains committed and determined to building a program that competes among the nation’s elite. Building upon three-consecutive successful campaigns, the Scarlet Knights will look to seize the BIG EAST Championship and a berth to the NCAA Tournament in 2013. Brand-Sias emphasizes the importance of developing her players on the field equally as much as producing quality character away from the game. Once a star for Rutgers women’s lacrosse in her own right, and now at the helm of the program, the former Scarlet Knight has her current squad continuing to make strides. With the help of state-of-the-art facilities, and a mix of talent and team chemistry, Brand-Sias will look to blend this year’s group of experienced core veterans with several standout newcomers as Rutgers embarks on its upcoming campaign. Brand-Sias earned a three-year contract extension in December 2011, as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Tim Pernetti continued her stay through the 2015 season. Rutgers rebounded from early-season adversity in 2012. After losing three of their first four games, the Scarlet Knights ripped off six wins over their next seven games and finished the season with a chance to head to their first BIG EAST Tournament since 2008. RU finished its season with a 9-7 record, including a 4-4 mark in BIG EAST play, and had four players named to the IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic Team, led by Ali Steinberg as a first team honoree. Brand-Sias led Rutgers to a 9-7 record in 2011, as five Scarlet Knights were named to the IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic Team – the most selections for RU since 1985. In the classroom, Rutgers was named a IWLCA Academic Squad for the third-straight season, and Rebecca Alley and Emily Penn were selected to the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll. Brand-Sias also extended her coaching tree, as former assistant Kelly Nangle was named the Central Connecticut State University head coach. The Scarlet Knights enjoyed a standout season in 2010, as RU jumped out to a 5-0 start, the best opening to the year in program history. Rutgers ended the year 11-5 overall and ranked in the final regular season IWLCA Top-20 Poll. Rutgers had a number of individual successes, including four Scarlet Knights earning selections to the IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region team, while Brooke Cantwell earned All-American honors from the IWLCA. The success extended to the classroom, as RU was named an IWLCA All-Academic Team. The program saw another Scarlet Knight earn All-BIG EAST honors for the

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seventh-consecutive season under Brand-Sias as Brooke Cantwell garnered second team accolades. It was Cantwell’s second all-conference selection of her career. Cantwell was also joined Emily Penn on the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) All-Regional teams. Cantwell was a first team honoree, while Penn was picked to the second team. Continually making academic excellence a No. 1 priority, Brand-Sias’ 2009 team was named to the IWLCA Division I All-Academic squad. She also saw two players named to the IWLCA All-Academic team, while a pair was inducted into Chi Alpha Sigma, the National College Athlete Honor Society. Youth was served on the 2008 Rutgers women’s lacrosse team as the squad featured only one senior. But the young team was able to reach the BIG EAST Championship for the second-consecutive season before falling to then-No. 5 and eventual champion Syracuse in the first round, finishing the season 7-10. Three Scarlet Knights received post-season honors, as Cantwell was named to the All-BIG EAST First Team, while Mary Cryan and Jessica Davis were each named to the second team. Cantwell also earned a spot on the BIG EAST All-Tournament team after recording two goals and a team-high three draw controls against the Orange. The IWLCA also recognized three Scarlet Knights, as Cantwell was named to the First Team All-Regional squad while goalkeeper Sandra Abel and Davis were each named to the second team. It marked the first time that three RU players were named to the IWLCA All-Regional teams in a season since three earned the honor in 2002. Rutgers’ success on-the-field was matched with excellent academic achievement, as the team received the BIG EAST 2007-08 Team Academic Excellence Award, given to squads with the highest collective grade-point averages in each conference sport. Moreover, women’s lacrosse was one of 50 schools that earned IWLCA Academic Squad honors, given to teams that have a collective GPA of 3.0 or higher. RU also saw two of its student-athletes named to the IWLCA Division I Academic Honor Roll in Rachel Doan and Jackie Lerner. A total of 159 student-athletes were named to the honor roll. The 2007 campaign was a banner season for the Scarlet Knights. The team posted a 12-5 regular season record, achieved a national ranking and earned a trip the BIG EAST semifinals. The 12 wins included victories over No. 11 Cornell, No. 18 Connecticut, and No. 6 Notre Dame. Their four regular-season losses were at the hands of then-No. 9 Princeton, thenNo. 9 Georgetown, No. 12 Syracuse and No. 1 Northwestern. The team eventually fell to then-No. 7 Syracuse in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship.


COACHING STAFF Individually, five RU players earned All-BIG EAST honors. Katie Batiuk picked up first team honors for the second consecutive year. She also received BIG EAST’s Midfielder of the Year award in 2005 and was named to the conference’s second team in 2003. Batiuk led the team in goals (42) and points (48), and shots taken (109). She was also named to the Tewaarton Trophy Watch List, an award that recognizes the top male and female varsity collegiate lacrosse player in the United States. Nina Frankoski joined Batiuk on the BIG EAST first team, while Jamie Farewell and Anne Marchitello and Jessica Davis earned spots on the conference’s second team. Marchitello was named to the BIG EAST second team for the third-consecutive year. The team finished the season ranked No. 14, their highest ranking since a No. 11 standing during the 1999 regular season. The 12 wins tied the thirdmost in team history and marked the second time Brand-Sias led a team to 12 victories during her tenure.

THE BRAND-SIAS FILE OVERALL RECORD

97-81 (.545) - 11 seasons RECORD AT RUTGERS

87-74 (.540) - Nine seasons COACHING EXPERIENCE

2003 - Head coach, Rutgers University 2002 - Head coach, Fairfield University AT RUTGERS: Two 12-win seasons (second-most single season wins in

In 2005, Brand-Sias saw four of her players earn BIG EAST postseason honors. Catherine Seals and Marchitello earned All-BIG EAST Second Team honors while Lyndsey Feldman and Batiuk earned All-BIG EAST First Team selections.

school history); 2005 BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year (Katie Batiuk); 29 All-BIG EAST postseason selections; two BIG EAST Tournament appearances; 28 IWLCA All-Region picks; 2007 IWLCA All-American (Batiuk), 2010 IWLCA All-American (Cantwell)

Batiuk was named the Midfielder of the Year after just her second season with the Scarlet Knights. Batiuk ended the season with 59 points on 47 goals and 12 assists. She scored at least one goal in 22-straight games, dating back to her freshman season. Marchitello earned her first career league honor. The midfielder led the BIG EAST in ground balls in both overall and league games, totaling 41 on the season overall and 19 during conference action. Her 14 caused turnovers during BIG EAST play were tops in the league. She totaled 26 caused turnovers throughout the season to tie for second in the BIG EAST overall.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE: Four-year letterwinner at Rutgers University.

Rutgers began the 2004 season dropping a tight 14-13 game to the eventual national champion Northwestern Wildcats. The Scarlet Knights then went on a three-game win streak, but the toughness of their schedule caught up with them. Rutgers dropped an 8-6 heartbreaker to Cornell, 16-7 at Virginia Tech and 13-6 at No. 2 Georgetown. RU split its last eight games, with the highlight a 7-6 win over No. 6 Notre Dame. In 2003, Rutgers was among the leaders nationally in several different categories, including scoring defense (sixth), scoring margin (ninth), winning percentage (ninth) and caused turnovers (13th). Cristina Curiale and Lyndsey Feldman were also ranked among the national leaders. Feldman finished the 2003 season fourth in the NCAA in save percentage and 10th in goalsagainst average, while Curiale was 14th nationally in assists per game. In her inaugural season at the helm of her alma mater, Brand-Sias led a Scarlet Knight resurgence. Under her direction, RU posted a 12-4 record – its first winning season in four years. She guided a Rutgers team that was picked to finish sixth in the BIG EAST preseason poll to a fourth-place finish in the conference, winning three BIG EAST games for the first time in school history. Brand-Sias’s immediate success earned her BIG EAST Coach of the Year laurels after just one season, an acknowledgement of the impressive turnaround she orchestrated of a program that had posted just seven wins in each of the three previous seasons. In her first season, Rutgers earned several impressive victories, including an upset of No. 14 Yale. The win catapulted the Scarlet Knights to a national ranking of 20th in the Brine/IWLCA Coaches Poll, a spot RU maintained for three-consecutive weeks. Four Scarlet Knights earned BIG EAST postseason honors, including a pair of first team and second team selections. Two RU players were recognized by IWLCA/US Lacrosse on its All-Mid Atlantic Region Second Team, while another was one of just 87 student-athletes nationally to be named to the

Member of the Canadian National Lacrosse Team from 19992004, earning a start on the Canadian team that finished fourth at the 2001 World Cup. organization’s academic honor roll. Brand-Sias came to Rutgers following one season as head coach at Fairfield University (2002), where she led the Stags to a 10-7 overall record. Fairfield advanced to the 2002 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament championship match, finishing the season with a perfect 6-0 record in league play. In only one season with the Stags, Brand-Sias’s high-powered offense was ranked seventh nationally with a 12.82 goals-per-game average. Defensively, Fairfield finished first in the MAAC and 11th in the nation in scoring defense, allowing opponents to score an average of just 8.59 goals per game. As a player, Brand-Sias starred as a four-year letterwinner at midfield for Rutgers (1996-99), helping to lead the Scarlet Knights to their first-ever national ranking and an NCAA Tournament appearance in 1999. Following her graduation, Brand-Sias remained with the program, serving as an assistant coach, where her responsibilities included working with the offense, recruiting, on-field instruction and administrative duties. Brand-Sias continued to excel following her collegiate days as a member of the Canadian National Lacrosse Team from 1999-2004. She was a starter for the 2001 Canadian World Cup squad that placed fourth, losing to England in the bronze-medal game. Her athletic career began at Radnor (Pa.) High School, where she played three years of lacrosse and field hockey. With the lacrosse team, Brand-Sias was named the squad’s Outstanding Athlete of the Year as a sophomore, junior and senior, in addition to serving as the team captain in 1995. Also a standout field hockey player, Brand-Sias was named captain her senior year and was recognized as a Senior All-Star. She was named to the all-league and all-county second teams. She received the High School Master of Sports Award. She also founded Brand Elite, L.L.C., where she serves as the President and CEO, running various lacrosse camps and clinics throughout the summer. Brand-Sias received a dual bachelor’s degree in sociology and psychology from Rutgers University in 1999. She and her husband Jim Sias reside in Somerset, N.J.

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COACHING STAFF LISA OJEA

ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON

ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON

Assistant coach Lisa Staedt Ojea readies for her second year on the Rutgers women’s lacrosse staff after stints at Louisville, James Madison and Virginia Tech.

Maggie Tamasitis was named to head coach Laura Brand-Sias’ staff as an assistant coach on Aug. 9, 2012. Tamasitis arrives “On the Banks” after a sensational career as an attack at Notre Dame.

“Lisa brings a very impressive background to Rutgers, both as a player and a coach,” said head coach Laura Brand-Sias at the time of her hire. “Her BIG EAST and international experience will offer a lot to the program and I know we will benefit immediately from her addition.”

“Maggie boasts outstanding credentials as a successful player at our level,” said Brand-Sias. “I am confident she will be able to relay her experience and work ethic to our players as we strive for a BIG EAST Championship. Her passion for lacrosse and her excitement towards learning everything and anything about the coaching profession is noticeable as soon as you meet her. I am excited about what Maggie brings to The Banks.”

In 2012, Ojea led a Rutgers defense that finished second in the BIG EAST in goals against average (9.73). Ojea mentored defensive standout Rebecca Alley and goalkeeper Lily Kalata, who were both named to the IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team. After arriving at Louisville in July of 2006, Ojea (pronounced OhHEY-uh) helped to transition the women’s lacrosse squad into a varsity program. Elevated to associate head coach in July 2009, Ojea served as the defensive coordinator, while also organizing recruiting, budgeting and travel. Posting a 11-6 record in her final year with the Cardinals, Ojea helped to mentor two All-Region players and three All-BIG EAST student-athletes. She coached one of her charges to lead the country in goals per game (2010, 2008), assists per game (2010) and caused turnovers per game (2008). In 2005-06, Ojea worked at James Madison University – her alma mater – leading the Dukes to the CAA Championship and the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals. JMU reached a No. 8 final ranking and boasted a Tewaaraton nominee, two All-Americans and two regional All-Americans. Prior to that, Ojea spent two years with Virginia Tech as the first assistant. As a player, Ojea was named to the CAA Silver Anniversary Team in 2010, after twice being named CAA Player of the Year. A threetime all-conference first team selection, Ojea earned All-America honors in 2001, 2002 and 2003. She was the JMU Female Athlete of the Year in 2003 and a Tewaaraton Trophy finalist in 2003, as well as a nominee in 2002. Lisa and her husband Nick, the associate athletic director for compliance at Rutgers, reside in East Brunswick.

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MAGGIE TAMASITIS

“I could not be more excited to be coaching at Rutgers University,” said Tamasitis. “It is a great feeling to be closer to home and back in the BIG EAST. I am excited to learn from and have a great experience with both Laura and Lisa (Ojea) and enjoy my new experience at a great university.” An IWLCA Second Team All-American, Tamasitis broke numerous school and BIG EAST records for assists as a senior. The Boyertown, Pa., native dished out 59 helpers in her final season to end her career as UND’s all-time leader in assists (151), as well as smashing the season (59), BIG EAST games (31), game (eight) and half (five) records. Tamasitis tied the school mark for the most consecutive games with a point (51), spanning from the first game of her sophomore year to her senior season. She finished her career in fourth place in school history with 228 points and tied for second in games played with 76. Tamasitis racked up the awards as a senior for the Fighting Irish, as she was named First Team All-BIG EAST and IWLCA First Team West/Midwest All-Region honoree. The attack earned All-Tournament Team honors from the league after recording three points in the semifinal round vs. Loyola. The recipient of the 2011-12 Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley Rockne Student-Athlete Award, the team captain was also a 2011-12 Rosenthal Leadership Academy participant. A strong proponent of community service, Tamasitis traveled to Alabama to help with the cleanup efforts following the April 2011 tornado that hit Tuscaloosa.


SUPPORT STAFF JEN STEINBERG ATHLETIC TRAINER

Jen Steinberg is in her 14th year with the Scarlet Knights. Since joining the Rutgers athletic training staff in 1999, she has been responsible for the healthcare of the women’s lacrosse team. She worked with the women’s volleyball team for her first four years at RU, and has been working with the field hockey team since the fall of 2003, and the swimming & diving program since the fall of 2004. Steinberg graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1996 with a B.S. in Kinesiology and a certificate in Athletic Training. She then attended North Carolina State University from 199799, where she completed her graduate studies in Sports Administration and worked as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer with the gymnastics and women’s soccer teams. Steinberg has been an NATA Certified Athletic Trainer since 1997. A 1992 graduate of Marlboro (N.J.) High School, she now resides in Somerset, N.J.

Kate Hickey

Matt Colagiovanni

Senior Associate Director of Athletics/SWA

Asst. Athletic Director/ Operations for Olympic Sports

BILL BAILEY

ACADEMIC ADVISOR

Bill Bailey advises men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s golf and softball. During his 12 years at Rutgers, he has worked with football, baseball, men’s swimming, men’s and women’s fencing, men’s track & field and gymnastics. Bailey coordinates the class checking program. Further, he has played an integral role in the YES Clinics during the National Lacrosse Championships hosted by Rutgers. Bailey graduated from Cook College with a Business and Environmental Economics degree in 1994. While attending Rutgers, he participated on the varsity football team as a walk-on, starting four years in the backfield as tailback and fullback and earning a full scholarship. Bailey scored the first BIG EAST touchdown in 1991 and was named co-Captain for the 1993 season. Bill currently lives in Woodbridge Township with his wife, Sonya.

Uly Molina Equipment Manager

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2013 OPPONENTS Rutgers will host 10 games this season and face off against four 2012 NCAA Tournament qualifiers. Brand-Sias organized a nonconference schedule that features seven contests at home or within driving distance. The Scarlet Knights open up the year with a home contest against Manhattan on Feb. 9 at 11 a.m. After a trip to future BIG EAST member Temple on Feb. 20, Rutgers returns to the RU Turf Field to take on Fairfield on Feb. 23 at 1 p.m. RU meets Monmouth in West Long Branch, N.J., on March 2 before hosting 2012 NCAA Tournament participant UPenn on March 6 at 3 p.m. The Scarlet Knights hit the road for a game at Delaware on March 9 at 3 p.m. The Scarlet Knights wrap up the nonconference slate with two home contests against Hofstra (March 13) and Ivy League foe Princeton (March 19).

Head Coach: Abby Morgan Overall/Seasons: 52-50/6 Record at Hofstra: Same

2012 Record: 5-12 Last Meeting: RU won 15-7 Series vs. RU: RU leads, 20-9

PRINCETON

Tues. March 19 • Piscataway, N.J. Head Coach: Chris Sailer Overall/Seasons: 322-124/27 Record at Princeton: Same

2012 Record: 8-7 Last Meeting: RU won 11-10 Series vs. RU: PU leads, 11-3-1

NOTRE DAME

Fri. March 22 • South Bend, Ind.

In the opening BIG EAST weekend, Rutgers heads to Notre Dame (March 22) and first-year BIG EAST member Marquette (March 24).

Head Coach: Christine Halfpenny 2012 Record: 13-5 Overall/Seasons: 56-49/6 Last Meeting: UND won 13-12 Record at UND: 13-5/1 Series vs. RU: UND leads, 9-4

RU then enjoys a five-game homestand with Connecticut, Syracuse, Villanova, Georgetown and Loyola. The Scarlet Knights and Huskies meet on April 5 at 3 p.m., before RU and SU clash on April 7 at 1 p.m.

Sun. March 24 • Milwaukee, Wis.

Villanova visits Rutgers on Saturday, April 13 (1 p.m.), before the Scarlet Knights have five days to prepare for Georgetown (April 19) and Loyola (April 21). Rutgers hits the road for the final BIG EAST weekend, heading to Louisville on April 26 and Cincinnati on April 28. The BIG EAST Women’s Lacrosse Tournament will be held at the Multi-Sport Field on the campus of Georgetown University from May 2-4, 2012.

MANHATTAN

Sat. Feb. 9 • Piscataway, N.J. Head Coach: Diane Haddeland Overall/Seasons: 4-10/1 Record at Manhattan: Same

2012 Record: 4-10 Last Meeting: RU won 18-3 Series vs. RU: RU leads, 4-0

TEMPLE

Wed. Feb. 20 • Philadelphia, Pa. Head Coach: Bonnie Rosen 2012 Record: 9-8 Overall/Seasons: 112-148/16 Last Meeting: TU won 12-11 Record at Temple: 46-58/6 Series vs. RU: TU leads, 17-6

FAIRFIELD

Sat. Feb. 23 • Piscataway, N.J. Head Coach: Mike Waldvogel Overall/Seasons: 222-160/26 Record at FU: 56-17/4

2012 Record: 13-4 Last Meeting: RU won 11-10 Series vs. RU: RU leads, 1-0

MONMOUTH

Sat. March 2 • West Long Branch, N.J.

Head Coach: Denise Wescott Overall/Seasons: 186-184/23 Record at MU: 28-27/3

2012 Record: 9-11 Last Meeting: RU won 13-7 Series vs. RU: RU leads, 10-0

PENN

Wed. March 6 • Hofstra, N.Y. Head Coach: Karin Brower Corbett 2012 Record: 9-8 Overall/Seasons: 150-101/15 Last Meeting: Penn won 15-7 Record at Penn: 137-80/13 Series vs. RU: RU leads, 8-5

DELAWARE

Sat. March 9 • Newark, Del. Head Coach: Kateri Linville Overall/Seasons: 13-21/2 Record at UDel: Same

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HOFSTRA

Wed. March 13 • Piscataway, N.J.

2012 Record: 5-12 Last Meeting: UDel won 13-5 Series vs. RU: UDel leads, 13-9

MARQUETTE

Head Coach: Meredith Black Overall/Seasons: First Season Record at MU: Same

2012 Record: N/A Last Meeting: N/A Series vs. RU: First Meeting

CONNECTICUT

Fri. April 5 • Piscataway, N.J. Head Coach: Katie Woods Overall/Seasons: 36-48/6 Record at UConn: 19-13/2

2012 Record: 10-6 Last Meeting: RU won 14-5 Series vs. RU: RU leads, 13-3

SYRACUSE

Sun. April 7 • Piscataway, N.J. Head Coach: Gary Gait Overall/Seasons: 66-19/5 Record at SU: Same

2012 Record: 19-4 Last Meeting: SU won 15-10 Series vs. RU: SU leads, 14-3

VILLANOVA

Sat. April 13 • Piscataway, N.J. Head Coach: Julie Young Overall/Seasons: 37-30/4 Record at VU: 4-12/1

2012 Record: 4-12 Last Meeting: RU won 13-5 Series vs. RU: RU leads, 20-0

GEORGETOWN

Fri. April 19 • Piscataway, N.J. Head Coach: Ricky Fried Overall/Seasons: 93-55/8 Record at GU: Same

2012 Record: 9-8 Last Meeting: GU won 9-7 Series vs. RU: GU leads, 19-3

LOYOLA (MD.)

Sun. April 21 • Piscataway, N.J. Head Coach: Jen Adams Overall/Seasons: 53-24/4 Record at Loyola: Same

2012 Record: 14-6 Last Meeting: LOY won 15-11 Series vs. RU: LOY leads, 4-3

LOUISVILLE

Fri. April 26 • Louisville, Ky. Head Coach: Kellie Young Overall/Seasons: 91-75/11 Record at Louisville: 36-29/5

2012 Record: 3-12 Last Meeting: RU won 16-11 Series vs. RU: RU leads, 4-1

CINCINNATI

Sun. April 28 • Cincinnati, Ohio Head Coach: Gina Oliver Overall/Seasons: First Season Record at UC: Same

2012 Record: 3-13 Last Meeting: RU won 13-10 Series vs. RU: RU leads, 4-0


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SCARLET KNIGHTS STEPHANIE ANDERSON

LILY KALATA

Senior • Midfield Wading River, N.Y. Shoreham-Wading River 2013 CAPTAIN

Senior • Goalkeeper Nesconset, N.Y. Smithtown East 2013 CAPTAIN

13

As a junior 2012: Named to All BIG-EAST Second Team and IWLCA All-MidAtlantic Second team after completion of season... Also made try outs for US team...Started all 16 games...Led team with 41 goals and added 5 assists... During BIG EAST play, scored a team best 27 points on 25 goals and two assists...Posted 13 multi-goal games...Ranked sixth in the conference in goals/ game and 10th in points/game.. In conference action, she ranked third in goals and sixth in points... Named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll on March 26 and April 2... Scored two goals with two assists vs. Hofstra (3/10)...Picked up five ground balls with two goals and caused two turnovers against Monmouth (3/17)... Scored four goals against St. Joe’s and Fairfield...Scored a career high five goals and grabbed two ground balls against Connecticut (4/1)...Matched her career-best five goals and added an assist and a ground ball against Louisville (4/13). As a sophomore 2011: Played in six games … Averaged four shots per game, notching nine goals and two assists for a total of 11 points … Scored her first goal of the season against Temple (2/23) … Recorded 11 ground balls, one draw control and three caused turnovers on the season … Scored three goals against Cornell (2/26) … Tallied three ground balls in Rutgers dramatic win over Hofstra 11-10 (3/12). As a freshman 2010: Played in 16 games, earning one start against Cornell ... scored 16 goals and tallied four assists (20 points) ... also recorded 13 ground balls, 14 draw controls and nine caused turnovers ... was third on the squad with six free-position goals ... scored first collegiate goal in first appearance with two against Temple (2/24) ... recorded a goal in 11 games, including the final six contests ... had multiple goals in three games ... scored a career-high four goals against Saint Joseph’s (3/10). Scholastic/Personal: A midfielder at Shoreham-Wading River High School in New York ... helped her team to three consecutive State Championships ... named to Under Armor All-American Lacrosse Team, earning Most Valuable Player honors at the Under Armor All-America Classic ... received 2009 All-American and First Team Newsday All-Long Island accolades ... named Newsday Suffolk County Player of the Year in 2009 ... ranked eighth in the nation as a Top Rising Senior by Inside Lacrosse Magazine ... won a gold medal with the 2008 Empire State Team, along with fellow Rutgers teammate Lily Kalata ... also captain of varsity cross-country and track and field teams ... born March 2, 1991 ... parents Paul and Phoebe Anderson ... has a brother Erik and sister Kristen, who is also a member of the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team. Anderson Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2010 16/1 35 24 2011 6/6 22 18 2012 16/16 76 61 Career 38/23 133 103

14

G A TP CT 16 4 20 9 9 2 11 3 41 5 46 5 66 11 77 17

DC 14 1 3 18

GB 13 11 19 43

9

As a junior 2012: Named to the IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic Second team after completion of season. Started all 16 games in the cage...Ranked second in the BIG EAST in goals against average (9.74), fourth in ground balls/ game (2.44) and fifth in save percentage (.446) and saves/game (7.25)... During BIG EAST play, finished first in saves (68), second in save percentage (.486), third in GAA (9.90), and fourth in ground balls (21)...Totaled 39 ground balls and caused eight turnovers on the season...Tallied two ground balls and once caused a turnover to go along with six saves against Temple (2/22)...Scooped eight ground balls against Princeton (2/29)...Registered five ground balls, one caused turnover, and five saves against Hofstra (3/10)...Totaled nine saves and picked up two ground balls vs. Monmouth (3/17)...Tallied 13 saves, scooped up two ground balls, and caused two turnovers against Connecticut (4/1)...Recorded a season-high 14 saves against Louisville (4/13), along with four ground balls...Totaled 11 saves, three ground balls, and one caused turnover against Georgetown (4/28). As a sophomore 2011: Started all 16 games at goalkeeper for the Scarlet Knights … Named to the 2011 IWLCA All-Region Team … Registered a team-high 42 ground balls ... Ranked fifth in the BIG EAST and 27th in the NCAA in GB ... Caused 14 turnovers … Logged 846 minutes in the cage with a total of 98 saves and a .445 save percentage … Totaled an 8-7 record in net ... Ranked 11th in the nation with a 8.73 GAA ... Save percentage ranked sixth in the conference and 32nd in the country ... Finished 73rd in the NCAA with 73 saves on the year ... Allowed five or less goals five times ... Scooped four-plus ground balls five times, including grabbing six against Villanova (4/26) ... Recorded a season high of 11 saves against Cornell (2/26). As a freshman 2010: Started and played in all 16 games ... one of five players to earn a start in all 16 contests ... named to Second Team IWLCA All-Mid Atlantic Region team ... also selected to womenslacrosse.com All-Rookie Squad ... was twice named the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week ... logged 863 minutes in the cage with 147 saves and a .509 save percentage ... saves total (147) ranked fourth in the BIG EAST and 26th nationally, while save percentage (.509) was second in the conference and fourth nationally at the end of the regular season ... 9.87 goals against average was fourth in the BIG EAST and 30th nationally ... recorded doubledigit saves in eight games, including a career-high 17 in an upset win over No. 12 Notre Dame (4/24). Scholastic/Personal: Member of varsity lacrosse and field hockey teams ... as goalie, earned Most Valuable Player accolades at Smithtown East as a senior ... two-time Newsday Second Team All-Long Island ... received All-County honors and All-American honorable mention ... won a gold medal with the 2008 Empire State Team, along with fellow Rutgers teammate Stephanie Anderson ... born July 17, 1991 ... parents Christopher and Jean Kalata ... has a sister Annie and three brothers Danny, Jake and Max. Kalata Career Stats Year GP/GS Min. 2010 16/16 863 2011 16/16 845 2012 16/16 886 Career 32/32 2595

GA 142 123 144 409

GAA SVS SV% CT 9.87 147 .509 6 8.73 98 .443 14 9.74 116 .446 8 9.46 361 .469 28

DC 0 0 0 0

GB 35 42 39 116


SCARLET KNIGHTS AIMEE CHOTIKUL

ANNIE McGINLEY

Senior • Goalkeeper Baltimore Md. Balitmore Lutheran

R-Senior • Attack Moorestown, N.J. Moorestown

30

As a junior 2012: Saw action off the bench in seven games, recording a 1-0 record...Stopped 11 shots, maintaining a .423 save percentage while posting a 10.27 GAA...Picked up three ground balls...Allowed just one goal while making two saves vs. Monmouth (3/17)...In 37 minutes of action against Fairfield (3/24), earned the win, allowing three goals while making two saves...Provided a spark against No. 6 Notre Dame (3/30), seeing 15 minutes in the cage...Saved a season-high four shots vs. Villanova (4/5). As a sophomore 2011: Played in six games as a goalie … Totaled two ground balls against Hofstra (3/12) and Villanova (4/26) … Saw 128 minutes of action in the cage and ended the season with a save percentage of .455 … Had a season high of six saves against Syracuse (3/26).

As a redshirt junior 2012: Started 15 of 16 games...Finished third on the team with 15 assists...Totaled 32 points on 17 goals and 15 assists...Scored two goals, with two assists, one ground ball, and one caused turnover against Temple (2/22)...Recorded a hat trick against Hofstra (3/10)...Scored three goals, adding one assist, and one ground ball against Monmouth (3/17)...Registered two goals, two groundballs, and one caused turnover against Fairfield (3/24)...Tallied one goal and one helper against Villanova (4/5)...Posted one goal and three assists at Syracuse (4/7)...Recorded two goals, two assists, and one groundball in a win against Cincinnati (4/15)...Registered two goals, one assist, and one groundball in the season finale against Georgetown (4/28) As a junior 2011: Did not see action.

As a freshman 2010: Played in six games ... saw action for 102 minutes in the cage and ended the season with a save percentage of .355 ... saved eight in the game against Loyola (Md.) (3/16). Scholastic/Personal: Four-year letterwinner on the Baltimore Lutheran lacrosse team ... goalie for lacrosse team ... two-time varsity lacrosse Most Valuable Player award ... two-time IAAM All-Conference selection ... IAAM Conference finalist in 2008 ... owns school record for goal/save ratio and save percentage ... first athlete in school history to be part of five championship teams and only athlete to achieve back-to-back championships in both the MIAA and IAAM Conferences ... captain of indoor soccer team junior and senior year as well as MVP all four years ... also competed on the boys soccer team, earning two varsity letters ... born Oct. 30, 1991 ... parents Liana and Thon Chotikul ... has a brother Aaron. Chotikul Career Stats Year GP/GS Min. 2010 6/0 102 2011 6/0 128 2012 7/0 88 Career 12/0 318

GA 20 24 15 59

GAA SVS SV% CT 11.76 11 .355 2 11.22 20 .455 0 10.27 11 .423 0 11.23 42 .416 2

DC 0 0 0 0

GB 3 2 3 8

11

As a sophomore 2010: Played in the first 11 games of the season, making five starts ... suffered a season-ending knee injury against Monmouth (4/7) ... finished year with 15 goals, nine assists, for 24 points ... nine assists were fourth on the squad ... recorded a goal in nine games, including five contests with multiple goals ... scored three goals against Saint Joseph’s (3/10). As a freshman 2009: Saw action in 15 games, earning starts in two ... tallied 13 goals and 12 assists on the season for a total of 25 points ... second on squad with her 12 assists ... led the team with 25 draw controls ... also recorded 13 ground balls and six caused turnovers ... scored a season high four goals, including the game-winner against Temple (2/25) ... posted first collegiate goal against the Owls and added first career assist at Cornell (2/28) ... won a draw control in 13 games, including three in five games. Scholastic/Personal: Four-year member of lacrosse team at Moorestown High School ... 2008 First Team All-American ... finished with 184 goals and 117 assists for her career ... two-time First Team All-South Jersey selection ... two-time First Team All-Burlington County pick ... 2008 Midfield Player of the Year ... selected as the 2008 Star Ledger New Jersey Player of the Year ... fouryear member of club team South Jersey Select ... two-year member of Tri-State club team ... born April 16, 1990 ... parents Bill and Deb McGinley ... has four siblings, Michael, Kellen, Tristan and Johnny, and two sisters, Mary Catherine and Erika.

McGinley Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2009 15/2 31 24 2010 11/5 23 18 2012 16/15 43 30 CAREER 42/22 97 72

G A TP CT 13 12 25 6 15 9 24 4 17 15 32 2 45 36 81 12

DC 25 6 0 31

GB 13 7 10 30

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SCARLET KNIGHTS RACHEL SCHNEEBERGER Senior • Attack Watertown N.Y. Watertown

Senior • Defense

6

Asa a junior 2012: Appeared in five games. Recorded one ground ball in win over Villanova (4/5). As a sophomore 2011: Appeared in 11 games, starting one … Recorded three ground balls and tallied one draw control in Rutgers’ 19-9 win over Monmouth (4/5).

5

As a junior 2012: Saw action in four games, recording two ground balls and one draw control against Cincinnati (4/15)...Recorded one ground ball in win over Villanova (4/5).

As a freshman 2010: played in seven games, making one start ... tallied two ground balls, two draw controls and two caused turnovers ... BIG EAST All-Academic Team. Scholastic/Personal: As a midfielder, recorded 40 goals, 21 assists, 112 ground balls, 84 caused turnovers, and won 10 draw controls through three scholastic seasons ... served as varsity captain senior year ... two-time First Team Burlington County, honorable mention All-South Jersey and Second Team All-Conference honoree ... Shawnee High School team went 20-2 during her sophomore season, finishing ranked second in NJ and 15th-nationally ... the squad also posted a 20-1 record during her junior year, culminating in a No. 7 ranking nationally ... was also a four-year member of the soccer team, earning All-Olympic Conference and All-South Jersey accolades ... born April 3, 1991 ... parents Matt and Polly ... has two brothers Sean and Ryan ... Ryan is currently with the U.S. Marine Corps.

Scholastic/Personal: Recorded 151 goals, 74 assists, 141 ground balls, and 85 draw controls through four seasons at Watertown High School in New York ... named varsity captain senior year ... received Frontier League All-Star and Frontier League All-North honors ... varsity soccer team captain senior year.

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Medford, N.J. Shawnee

As a sophomore 2011: Saw action in four games as a defender … Recorded two ground balls and three caused turnovers … Tallied one ground ball and one caused turnover in Rutgers’ 13-5 win over Delaware (3/5).

As a Freshman 2010: Saw action in four games ... tallied one groundball and one caused turnover.

Schneeberger Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2010 4/0 0 0 2011 11/1 1 0 2012 5/0 0 0 Career 20/1 1 0

RACHEL WELCH

G 0 0 0 0

A TP CT 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

DC 0 1 0 1

GB 1 3 1 5

Welch Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2010 7/1 0 0 2011 4/0 0 0 2012 2/0 0 0 Career 13/1 0 0

G 0 0 0 0

A TP CT 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 5

DC 2 0 1 3

GB 2 2 1 5


SCARLET KNIGHTS AMANDA TRENDELL

MEGAN CLEMENTS

R-Junior • Midfield

Junior • Attack Pennington, N.J. Hopewell Valley

Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

Yorktown

21

As a junior 2012: Saw action in seven games, controlling a draw control vs. Hofstra (3/10) and Monmouth (3/17)...Recorded a ground ball against Villanova (4/5). As a sophomore 2011: Saw action in nine games at attack … Recorded three assists, two ground balls and two draw controls … Tallied one draw control in Rutgers win over Temple (2/23) ... Tallied an assist against Delaware (3/5) and Monmouth (4/5).

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As a sophomore 2012: Started 15 of 16 games at attack, Second on the team with 34 draw controls...Posted 11 goals and three assists for 14 points...Scored the second goal of her career against Temple (2/22)... Also picked up a ground ball and tallied two draw controls...Controlled four draws against Cornell (2/25), grabbing one ground ball...Scored a careerhigh three goals against Princeton (2/29), also controlling three draws... Scored two goals and grabbed one ground ball against No. 6 Notre Dame (3/30)...Recorded a season-high five draw controls and scored one goal against No. 2 Syracuse (4/7).

As a freshman 2010: Redshirt year due to knee injury. Scholastic/Personal: Varsity lacrosse and soccer captain ... during her scholastic career, Yorktown High School were four-time sectional champions, three-time regional champions, and state finalist during her senior season ... Class A State Champions in 2006 ... member of the New York State Team 3 at the U.S. National Tournament ... earned All-Elite and All-League honors as well as First Team All-American and North Country All-Star Team honors ... also a member of the varsity soccer and basketball teams ... born Nov. 5, 1991 ... parents Steven and Karen Trendell.

Trendell Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2011 9/0 2 0 2012 7/0 4 3 Career 16/0 6 3

G 0 0 0

A TP CT 3 3 0 0 0 0 3 3 0

DC 2 2 4

GB 2 1 3

As a freshman 2011: Played nine games at attack … Scored one goal on three shots taken ... Picked up a ground ball against Loyola (4/23), also notching a goal. Scholastic/Personal: A three-year member of the lacrosse team at Hopewell Valley ... was a two-time winner of the Team Outstanding Offensive Player of the Year Award in 2008 and 2009 ... a two-time Mercer County Player of the Year ... received First Team AllColonial Valley Conference (CVC) honors for 2008 and 2009 ... named the CVC Player of the Year as a junior ... guided her team to titles in the Mercer County Championship and Sectional Championships for three consecutive years ... scored 93 goals and had 26 assists as a junior ... competed on the soccer team, guiding them to a pair of divisional championships and the state finals in her junior season ... born April 29,1992 ... parents Mark and Michelle Clements ... has a brother, Ryan who plays football at William Patterson University.

Clements Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2011 9/0 3 3 2012 16/15 21 16 Career 25/15 24 19

G 1 11 12

A TP CT 0 1 0 3 14 1 3 15 1

DC 0 34 34

GB 1 8 9

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SCARLET KNIGHTS CHELSEA INTRABARTOLA

CLAIRE MACDOUGALL

Junior • Defense Commack, N.Y. Commack

Junior • Defense Moorestown, N.J. Moorestown

16

As a sophomore 2012: Saw action in 11 games, starting the final seven... Totaled six ground balls and five caused turnovers...Scooped her first ground ball and caused her first turnover against No. 6 Notre Dame (3/30)...Grabbed three ground balls and caused one turnover against No. 15 Georgetown (4/28).

As a sophomore 2012: Saw action in all 16 games at defense, earning two starts...Totaled eight groundballs and three caused turnovers...Picked up a season high two ground balls and recorded one caused turnover in the win over Monmouth (3/17)...Picked up one ground ball and recorded one caused turnover in the win over Cincinnati (4/15).

As a freshman 2011: Appeared in all 16 games with 15 starts … Recorded a total of 18 ground balls, controlled two draws and caused 11 turnovers Grabbed multiple ground balls in five contests … Tallied a career high against Monmouth (4/5) with four caused turnovers … Notched three ground balls and four caused turnovers in Rutgers’ 19-9 win over Monmouth (4/5).

As a freshman 2011: Appeared in 10 games as a defender, starting one … Picked up a ground ball against Notre Dame (4/1). Scholastic/Personal: A three-year defensive starter for Moorestown High School ... member of Quaker squads that won three State Championships, three Group III Championships, three Group III Central Sectional Championships and three Burlington County Division Championships from 20072009 ... First Team Burlington County Scholastic League (BCSL) as a sophomore and junior ... made First Team - All South Jersey team as a junior ... Also a four-year starter on the varsity soccer team, earning second team BCSL as a junior and helped guide team to four straight BCSL championships ... born April 30, 1992 ... parents Kent and Ann MacDougall ... has a brother, Daniel.

Scholastic/Personal: A four- year varsity player at Commack High School ... captain of the high school squad as a junior ... a member of the Under Armour All-American Underclassmen team in 2009 ... was in the US Lacrosse Schoolgirls Division National Tournament in 2008 and 2009 ... participated in the IFWLA U17 World championship in 2007 at Trent University in Canada ... a two-time All-Suffolk County selection ... member of the Long Island Empire team in 2008 along with Rutgers teammates, Stephanie Anderson and Lily Kalata ... born Jan. 21, 1992 ... parents Lori and Joe Intrabartola ... has a brother, Steve.

Intrabartola Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2011 16/15 0 0 2012 11/7 0 0 Career 27/22 0 0

18

20

G 0 0 0

A TP CT 0 0 11 0 0 5 0 0 16

DC 2 0 2

GB 18 6 24

MacDougall Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2011 10/1 0 0 2012 16/2 0 0 Career 26/3 0 0

G 0 0 0

A TP CT 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3

DC 0 0 0

GB 1 8 9


SCARLET KNIGHTS SARAH MAHON

KATRINA MARTINELLI

Junior • Midfield Manasquan Spring Lake Heights

Junior • Midfield Moorestown, N.J. Moorestown

15

As a sophomore 2012: Saw action in 13 games, earning six starts... Caused seven turnovers and scooped seven ground balls last season... Tallied two caused turnovers and grabbed one ground ball against Cornell (2/25)...Registered a groundball and one caused turnover against No. 8 Princeton (2/29)...Picked up three ground balls, and caused two turnovers against Monmouth (3/17)...Registered one ground ball and one caused turnover against No. 6 Notre Dame (3/30)...Tallied one caused turnover and one ground ball in the win over Cincinnati (4/15). As a freshman 2011: Appeared in three games as a midfielder… Scored on her lone shot on net against Saint Joseph’s (3/9) … Picked up one ground ball against Monmouth (4/5). Scholastic/Personal: F our-year varsity lacrosse member at Manasquan High School ... named to the 2009 Under Armour All-American Underclassmen team ... tallied 125 goals and 42 assists during her freshman, sophomore and junior seasons ... was a two-time First Team All-Division and All-shore selection by the Asbury Park Press ... named the Offensive Athlete of the Season in 2009 by the Coast Star and received honorable mention accolades in 2008 ... also a three-year varsity soccer player and four-year member of the varsity basketball team ... born Aug. 1, 1992 ... parents Pat and Kelly Mahon ... has a sister, Lauren and brother, Kelly, who plays lacrosse at Manhattan College. Mahon Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2011 3/0 1 1 2012 13/6 0 0 Career 16/6 1 1

G 1 0 1

A TP CT 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 1 7

DC 0 0 0

GB 1 7 8

4

As a sophomore 2012: Played in 12 games off the bench...Totaled eight goals and three assists for 11 points...Also recorded nine groundballs, seven draw controls and four caused turnovers...Grabbed two ground balls and notched one caused turnover against Temple (2/22)...Scored two goals against No. 9 Penn (3/7)...Filled the stat sheet against Hofstra (3/10) registering one goal, one assist, two ground balls and one draw control...Scored a goal in the win against St. Joe’s (3/21)...Scored a goal against Syracuse (4/7)...Filled the stat sheet again vs. Louisville (4/13) registering one goal, one ground ball, two draw controls and one caused turnover...Totaled one goal, one assist, four groundballs, one draw control, and two caused turnovers against Cincinnati (4/15). As a freshman 2011: Saw limited time off the bench in six games. Scholastic/Personal: A varsity starter for Moorestown High School ... member of Quaker squads that won three State Championships, three Group III Championships, three Group III Central Sectional Championships and three Burlington County Division Championships from 2007-2009 ... named a two-time All-American in 2009 and 2010, she was the leading goal scorer with 61 goals in 2009 ... was also a First Team All-State and First Team All-South Jersey selection in 2009 and 2010 ... named WLCSJ Midfielder of the Year as a senior ... excelled as a soccer player as a three-year varsity starter where she was twice named a Burlington County Scholastic League (BCSL) Second Team All-Star ... helped her soccer squad to three consecutive Group III South Jersey Championships and Group III League Championships ... born Oct. 9, 1991 ... parents Rob and Amie Martinelli ... has a brother, Alex and sister, Jenna. Martinelli Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2011 6/0 1 1 2012 12/0 14 13 Career 18/0 15 14

G 0 8 8

A TP CT 0 0 0 3 11 4 3 11 4

DC 0 7 7

GB 0 9 9

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SCARLET KNIGHTS KELSEY MILLER

LAUREN SBRILLI

Junior • Attack Moorestown, N.J. Moorestown

Junior • Midfield Martinsville, N.J. Bridgewater-Raritan

24

As a sophomore 2012: Played in two games off the bench...Made her first appearance on the field against Villanova (4/5) scooping up one ground ball...Made an appearance versus Syracuse (4/7). As a freshman 2011: Appeared in two games at attack against Saint Joseph’s (3/9) and Villanova (4/26) Scholastic/Personal: A three-year varsity letterwinner at Moorestown High School ... a two-time All-Burlington County First Team and All-South Jersey selection ... member of Quaker squads that won three State Championships, three Group III Championships, three Group III Central Sectional Championships and three Burlington County Division Championships from 2007-2009 ... as a junior scored 50 goals for her Moorestown squad, adding eight assists and 30 ground balls.

Miller Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2011 2/0 0 0 2012 2/0 0 0 Career 4/0 0 0

G 0 0 0

A TP CT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

DC 0 0 0

GB 0 1 1

10

As a sophomore 2012: Started all 16 games...Ranked second on the team with 33 goals, adding two assists for 35 points...Posted both game winning OT goals for the Scarlet Knights...Tied for first with seven hat tricks on the season...Scored a free position goal against Temple (2/22)...Notched two goals against Cornell (2/25)...Named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week after scoring a Hat trick, including the game-winner, at No. 8 Princeton...Notched three goals and one caused turnover against Hofstra (3/10)...Scored two goals in the win over Monmouth (3/17)...Recorded her third the hat trick of the season against Fairfield (3/24)...Scored one goal and dished out one helper against No. 6 Notre Dame (3/30)...Registered two goals, one ground ball and two draw controls against Connecticut (4/1)... Scored a career high four goals against Villanova (4/5)...Registered two goals, one assist and one caused turnover against Syracuse (4/7)...Score three consecutive hat tricks against Louisville (4/13), Cincinnati (4/15) and Loyola (4/20). As a freshman 2011: Appeared in 16 games, starting the final 10 as a midfielder … Scored 13 goals and dished out two assists for 15 points on the season … Finished the season with 18 ground balls, 11 draw controls and seven caused turnovers … Grabbed multiple ground balls in four contests ... Tallied a point in 11 games ... Scooped four ground balls in Rutgers 11-10 win over Hofstra (3/12) ... Scored two goals in Rutgers’ 12-9 win over Cincinnati (4/17) ... Controlled two draws against Villanova (4/26). Scholastic/Personal: A four-year letterwinner and starter at BridgewaterRaritan ... her Bridgewater-Raritan team advanced to the semifinals of the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions ... received Honorable Mention All-American and Second Team All State accolades in 2009... earned AllAmerican honors in 2010 and was twice named to the First Team Skyland Conference ... led all of New Jersey girl’s lacrosse in goals scored with 125 in 2009 and finished her career second in the state with 336 career goals ... competed on the Bridgewater-Raritan field hockey and basketball squads as well ... a four-year starter in field hockey, she was a Second Team Skyland Conference selection and third team All-Area pick. Sbrilli Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2011 16/10 31 26 2012 16/16 60 53 Career 32/26 91 79

20

G 13 33 46

A TP CT 2 15 7 2 35 8 4 50 15

DC 11 6 17

GB 18 12 30


SCARLET KNIGHTS ERIN TURKOT

HOLLIE DIMURO

Junior • Midfield Mountain Lakes, N.J. Mountain Lakes

R-Sophomore • Defense

3

West Babylon, N.Y. West Babylon

25

As a sophomore 2012: Started all 16 games...Totaled fourteen ground balls and eleven caused turnovers...Recorded one ground ball and one draw control against Temple (2/22)...Caused one turnover and scooped a ground ball against Penn (3/7)...Grabbed two ground balls and caused three turnovers against Monmouth (3/17)...Scooped up one ground ball and one caused turnover vs. Fairfield (3/24), also scooped up one ground ball and one caused turnover in win over Connecticut (4/1)...Had a ground ball vs. Villanova and Syracuse...In the win vs. Cincinnati (4/15) she recorded one ground ball and two caused turnovers...Scooped up two ground balls against Loyola (4/20)...Recorded three ground balls and two caused turnovers against Georgetown (4/28).

As a redshirt freshman 2012: Started all 16 games at defense...Led the team with 30 ground balls...Recorded 10 draw controls and caused 23 turnovers on the season...Grabbed multiple ground balls in 10 games this season,including eight of the final nine....Scooped up three ground balls and caused one turnover against Cornell (2/25)...Controlled four draws against Princeton (2/29)...Picked up three ground balls and caused two turnovers versus Hofstra (3/10)...Recorded a season-high four ground balls against Fairfield (3/24), also controlling two draws and causing three turnovers...Caused a career-high four turnovers and scooped three ground balls against No. 6 Notre Dame (3/30)...Picked up two ground balls and caused three turnovers against No. 15 Georgetown (4/28).

As a freshman 2011: Saw action in seven games at midfield, starting one … Recorded five ground balls, three draw controls and two caused turnovers … Tallied one ground ball and two draw controls in Rutgers’ 19-9 win over Monmouth (4/5) ... Scooped two ground balls against Cincinnati (4/17).

As a freshman 2011: Appeared in one game … At Temple (2/23), tallied one caused turnover. Scholastic/Personal: Four-year varsity lacrosse for West Babylon High School ... was an Academic All-American and two-time Honorable Mention All-County selection ... earned First Team Galaxy Award ... also competed on a club level with the Long Island Yellow Jackets ... was also a four-year varsity soccer starter, earning all-conference and all-league honors ... born Dec. 24, 1991 ... parents Clifford and Donna Dimuro ... has a sister, Paige.

Scholastic/Personal: A four-year starter and letter winner at Mountain Lakes High School ... helped her Mountain Lakes team to an appearance in the finals of the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions ... was named to the Under Armour Underclass All-American Team in 2009 ... earned All-American honors in 2010 ... She was awarded her high school’s Outstanding Female Athlete Award ... a First Team All-League, All-Conference, All-County and All-Area selection as a senior ... also earned Second Team All-State honors ... also excelled in basketball and field hockey as a three-year starter and letterwinner in both sports. Turkot Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2011 7/1 0 0 2012 16/16 0 0 Career 23/17 0 0

G 0 0 0

A TP CT 0 0 2 0 0 11 0 0 13

DC 3 0 3

DiMuro Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2011 1/0 0 0 2012 16/16 2 0 Career 17/16 2 0

G 0 0 0

A TP CT 0 0 1 0 0 23 0 0 24

DC 0 10 10

GB 0 30 30

GB 5 14 19

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SCARLET KNIGHTS NEWCOMERS MELISSA ARTHUR

CANDICE DANDRIDGE

Sophomore • Attack Marlton, N.J. Cherokee

Sophomore • Goalkeeper Cherry Hill, N.J. Cherry Hill West

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As a freshman 2012: Saw action in three games..Scored her first collegiate goal against Villanova (4/5).

As a freshman 2012: Saw action against Villanova (4/5)...Defended the cage for five minutes, recording one save against the Wildcats.

Scholastic/Personal: Four-year starter and letterwinner at Cherokee High School ... Guided her team to the South Jersey Group IV State Championship as a junior ... Won New Jersey State Championship title as a freshman … Two-time First Team National School Girls NJ South selection … Two-time First Team Burlington County pick … Earned NJ South All-American Honorable Mention accolades as a junior … Scored 46 goals as a senior and holds the Cherokee High School career record with 217 goals … Played club lacrosse with South Jersey Select for six years ... Also excelled at field hockey, named to the all-conference second team, while leading her team in goals and assists ... Born April 20, 1993 ... Majoring in communications ... Mother Lori was an All-American at Rowan University ... Father Bob is a competative amateur golfer ... Brother Bobby is a senior golfer at Delaware.

Scholastic/Personal: Three-year starter for Cherry Hill West ... Second Team all-conference as a junior and senior ... Played in the senior all-star game ... Notched a .450 save percentage as a senior ... Also a three-year starter for field hockey ... First team all-conference as a junior and senior ... Team captain ... Played club lacrosse for the South Jersey Devils ... Born May 6, 1993 ... Intends to major in sports management.

Arthur Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2012 3/0 2 2 Career 3/0 2 2

G 1 1

A TP CT 0 1 0 0 1 0

DC 0 0

GB 0 0

COLLEEN EKERT Sophomore • Midfield Commack, N.Y. Commack

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As a freshman 2012: Saw action in nine games...Recorded her first draw control against Louisville (4/13). Scholastic/Personal: Four-year letterwinner, two-year starter for Commack High School ... As a junior, notched six goals, five assists, 17 caused turnovers and 22 ground balls ... Named to the 2010 5v5 Tournament Team ... 2011 team Heart and Hustle award winner ... 2009 Commack Rookie of the Year ... All-league and all-conference soccer player ... Soccer Under the Stars Player of the Game in 2010 ... Earned Scholar Athlete honors from 2007-2010 ... Played club lacrosse for Suffolk All Stars ... Born Dec. 29, 1992 ... Intends on majoring in biology. Ekert Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2012 9/0 0 0 Career 9/0 0 0

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G 0 0

A TP CT 0 0 0 0 0 0

DC 1 1

GB 0 0


SCARLET KNIGHTS NEWCOMERS KRISTIN KOCHER

JENNY VLAHOS

Sophomore • Midfield Medford, N.J. Shawnee

Freshman • Midfield/Defense Manhasset, N.Y. Manhasset

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As a freshman 2012: Saw action in all 16 games...Recorded 10 goals, four ground balls, and two draw controls...Scored her first career goal against Temple (2/22)...Tallied her season-high two goals, including one free position score against Cornell (2/25)...Posted a goal in the win over Hofstra (3/10)...Scored a goal, scooped up one ground ball, and controlled one draw against Cincinnati (4/15). Scholastic/Personal: Three-year starter for Shawnee High School ... First team all-conference and All-South Jersey as a junior and senior ... All-State selection as a senior ... All-American honoree as a senior ... Honorable Mentional All-American as a junior ... Tallied 51 goals, five assists, 42 ground balls, 28 draw controls and 26 casued turnovers as a junior ... Led the team to a 16-4 season in 2010 ... Led the team in goals as a senior ... 2011 Midfielder of the Year after scoring more than 100 goals in her career ... South Jersey Midfielder or the Year ... Also a member of the basketball team, where she received the Unsung Hero award from the Girls Basketball Club of South Jersey ... Also a second team all-conference selection as a senior point guard ... Played club lacrosse with Sitaras for two years and South Jersey Select for one year. Kocher Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2012 16/0 18 15 Career 16/0 18 15

G 10 10

A TP CT 0 10 0 0 10 0

DC 2 2

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As a freshman 2012: Saw action in seven games off the bench...Recorded a goal in win over Connecticut (4/1)...Brought in a draw control in win over Monmouth (3/17). Scholastic/Personal: Four-year varsity starter for Manhasset High School ... All-conference selection as a sophomore ... Two-time all-county honorable mention ... Also played four years of field hockey and two years of basketball ... Named all-state as a senior in field hockey ... Competed at the prestigious Millrose Games at Madison Square Garden ... Played club ball for Long Island Liberty for two years ... Undecided major ... Born Feb. 2, 1993 ... Daughter of John and Donna Vlahos ... Has three siblings John, Nick and Mary Beth. Vlahos Career Stats Year GP/GS Sh SOG 2012 7/0 1 1 Career 7/0 1 1

G 1 1

A TP CT 0 1 0 0 1 0

DC 1 1

GB 0 0

GB 4 4

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SCARLET KNIGHTS NEWCOMERS HALLEY BARNES

AMANDA CURRELL

Freshman • Forward Garnet Valley, PA Garnet Valley

Freshman • Goalie Moorestown, NJ Moorestown

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Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner for Garnet Valley High School… Finished high school career with 365 points, landing among the nation’s Top 25 for most points accumulated in a high school career … Finished 2012 season with 111 goals, the seventh most in the nation … Finished among the nation’s top 20 for most points accumulated in the 2012 high school season with 142 … Named the No. 5 attacker in the country by ESPN … Named Phillylacrosse.com’s Co-Player of the Year … Led her squad to its first-ever PIAA State Championship, scoring 118 goals, notching 83 draw controls, 70 ground balls, and 40 assists … Scored 37 goals in eight postseason matches … USLacrosse Player of the Week … First Team All-Delco honoree … First Team All-Central League selection … PASLA Team Member … Scored second-most goals in Pennsylvania as a junior … Ranked ninth in the country for goals in 2011 …. Played club lacrosse for the Brandywine Majors.

Prior to Rutgers: Goalkeeper for Moorestown High School as a junior and senior … As a senior, led her team to a 26-0 record and a No. 2 national ranking … 2012 Sectional, State Group, and State Champion … Named First Team All-County as a senior… Named an All-American Honorable Mention as a senior… Named a Burlington County Scholastic League AllStar… Led her high school to the Sectional and State Group Championship titles … Moorestown ranked No. 10 in the nation by Lacrosse Magazine in 2011 … Played club ball for South Jersey Select Lacrosse Pink 12 … 2008 and 2009 Champions at Lax by the Sea.

ADDINGTON ELLIOTT

MADELINE HULSEY

Freshman • Defender Rumson, NJ Fair Haven Regional

Freshman • Midfielder Sherwood Forest, MD Annapolis Area Christian School

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Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner for Fair Haven Regional … As a senior, named First Team All-Shore…Named the Defensive Player of the Year for Rumson Fair Haven … As a junior, named Second Team All-Shore … Senior captain … Won Group 2 Central Jersey State Section … Named to the All-Star Team for the Philly Showcase … Also played two years of varsity soccer … Played club with the T3 Shore.

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Prior to Rutgers: Four-year varsity starter for Annapolis Area Christian … Named MIAA All-Star and all-county her junior and senior year … As a junior, controlled 175 draws – the league record in a single season … Racked up 100 points (65 goals, 35 assists) … Led the team in draw controls, groundballs, and caused turnovers as a sophomore … Also played three years of varsity soccer and ran one year of varsity cross country … Played club with the MD United Lacrosse Club …Club team, won numerous championships, including the Presidents Cup.


SCARLET KNIGHTS NEWCOMERS KIM KOLODNY

NIKKI MCMONAGLE

Freshman • Forward Farmingdale, NY Farmingdale

Freshman • Forward Moorestown,NJ Moorestown

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Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner for Farmingdale … Named to the All American First Team in 2012 … Selected to the All-Long Island First Team in 2012 … All-Metro First Team honoree in 2012 …Farmingdale HS top goal scorer and point getter, with 90 goals and 25 assists in senior campaign … Crowned NYS Class A Champion twice, as well as a two-time Long Island Class A Champion … Four-time Nassau County Class A Champion … All-county selection in 2011 and 2012 … Played with the LI Wave on the club circuit … With her club, nominated for the All-Tournament Team at the National Championship in 2010 … Won the Women’s Division National Tournament Championship in 2011.

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Prior to Rutgers: Letterwinner for Moorestown High School … Part of the Moorestown 2012 Tournament of Champions State Championship team, undefeated at 26-0, and ranked second in the country … Named a member of First Team All-South Jersey in her senior year … Selected to the First Team All-Courier Post team … Named a member of the South Jersey All-Star Team …Won the Group 3 State Championship in 2011, scoring 47 goals and dishing out 30 assists … 2011 Named an All-South Jersey Team Honorable Mention … Selected to the Courier-Post All-Group 3 Team … Twice named a First Team All-Star for the Burlington County Scholastic League … Also named to the first South New Jersey Team in the NCAA School Girls Division … Starting guard on the varsity basketball team … Played with South Jersey Select on the club circuit.

TAYLOR PENNELL

CHRISSY SCHREIBER

Freshman • Midfield New Egypt, NJ The Peddie School

Freshman • Midfield East Meadow, NY St. Anthony’s

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Prior to Rutgers: Four-year starting midfielder for The Peddie School … Selected as a US Lacrosse Girl’s High School All-American Honorable Mention in her senior season … Named to the All Mercer County Coaches Team … Selected as a NJISAA Prep A All-Star … All-MAPL honoree … Selected as the Midfield Player of the Year in her senior season … Named team captain in her junior year … In 2011, selected as an adidas All-American Upperclassman … An ESPNRise Underclassmen to Watch in 2011 … For the US Lacrosse Women’s Division National Tournament, named Upper Atlantic Southern N.J Team 1 Player Selection … Upper Atlantic N.J. player selection for the All-American National Lacrosse Classic … With The Peddie School, two-time NJISAA Prep A Division Semi-Finalist and won the NJISAA Prep A Division Championship in 2010 … Three-time First Team All-Prep honoree … Four-time First Team All-MAPL selection … A 2011 First Team All-Area honoree … Played club ball with South Jersey Select Pink 2012.

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Prior to Rutgers: Letterwinner for St. Anthony’s High School under Corinne Lomangino … US Lacrosse All-American Midfielder as a senior … Two-time all-league selection … Helped her team to the 2010 and 2011 Catholic League Championship titles … Team ranked third nationally … Named program’s 2010 Midfielder of the Year … 2011 and 2012 team captain … Played club with the Long Island Express … Older brother plays lacrosse at Princeton … Father, Doug, the National Player of the Year at Maryland, was a two-time First Team All-America, played for the Terps 1973 NCAA championship team and is a member of the U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame

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2012 SEASON IN REVIEW Temple vs Rutgers Feb 22, 2012 at Piscataway, N.J. Rutgers (0-1) vs. Temple (2-0) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot Temple.............. 4 8 12 Rutgers............. 6 5 11 Date: Feb 22, 2012 Attendance: 215 Temple SCORING: GOALS: PARCELL, Stephany 4; SYPHARD, Kelly 3; TABOR, Jaymie 2; MERCER, Jackie 1; MARKUNAS, Stephanie 1; SCHWEITZER, Missy 1. ASSISTS: SWAVOLA, Charlotte 2. Rutgers CORING: GOALS: STEINBERG, Ali 3; McGINLEY, Annie 2; ANDERSON, Stephanie 2; WATTS, Lindsey 1; SBRILLI, Lauren 1; KOCHER, Kristin 1; CLEMENTS, Megan 1. ASSISTS: McGINLEY, Annie 2; STEINBERG, Ali 2; WATTS, Lindsey 1. Despite five points from senior midfielder Ali Steinberg, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team was edged by Temple, 12-11, Wednesday afternoon at the RU Stadium Complex. Steinberg recorded the seventh hat trick of her career, adding two assists to pace the Scarlet Knights (0-1). In her first game since April 7, 2010, redshirt junior Annie McGinley added two goals and two assists. RU outshot TU (2-0) by a 30-22 margin, including 18-8 in the first half. Rutgers rushed out to a 5-0 advantage, highlighted by two goals and an assist from Steinberg. Senior attack Lindsey Watts posted the first goal of the RU season on a set play, snatching a pass from Steinberg and burying it top corner. Sophomore attack Meg Clements scored her second career goal to put the Scarlet Knights up 3-0. McGinley ended the run with a goal that hit each post before bouncing in. RU and TU traded goals before the Owls rattled off three-straight before the half and Rutgers took a 6-4 advantage into the break. Junior midfielder Stephanie Anderson started the Scarlet Knights off in the second stanza, as RU scored three of the first four goals over the first 4:23 to push their lead to 9-5. After a Temple score by Kelly Syphard, sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli and Steinberg posted backto-back goals to give RU an 11-6 advantage. Temple won the final six draw controls to register six scores over the final 14:38. TU midfielder Stephany Parcell scored the game-tying goal with 6:10 to play before Stephanie Markunas notched the game-winner with 3:31 to play. Junior goalie Lily Kalata earned the start, making six saves in the outing. Defensively, senior Rebecca Alley controlled five draws and caused two turnovers, while Anderson scooped three ground balls.

Cornell vs Rutgers Feb 25, 2012 at Piscataway, N.J. Cornell (1-0) vs. Rutgers (0-2) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot Cornell............. 5 3 8 Rutgers............. 5 2 7 Date: Feb 25, 2012 Attendance: 197 Cornell SCORING: GOALS: Knotts, Olivia 3; Steinberg, Jessi 2; McHugh, Shannon 2; D’Amico, Amanda 1. ASSISTS: Salisbury, Caroline 4; Lang, Kelly 1. Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: SBRILLI, Lauren 2; KOCHER, Kristin 2; STEINBERG, Ali 1; ANDERSON, Stephanie 1; DAVIS, Brittany 1. ASSISTS: MASCERA, Danielle 2; STEINBERG, Ali 2; McGINLEY, Annie 1. Despite two goals from sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team dropped a 8-7 decision to Cornell on a gusty Saturday afternoon at the RU Turf Field. Aiding Sbrilli was freshman attack Kristin Kocher with two goals, including a free position score. Junior goalie Lily Kalata made eight grabs – including five in the second half – but drops to 0-2 on the season.

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mitted 28 fouls in the game to just 12 for Rutgers, forcing its opponent into 11 turnovers and two in the final three minutes of action. Both teams traded goals throughout the game and neither squad led by more than one goal in the contest. Rutgers took its second lead of the game with 17:05 remaining in regulation courtesy of a goal by senior Brittany Davis. The goal was her second goal of the season and came off a laser assist from senior Danielle Mascera — her second of the game. However, the lead did not stand long, as Cornell’s Shannon McHugh retied the game 1:14 later. Despite the loss, Rutgers had plenty of players in the offensive mix. Five different Scarlet Knights scored a goal for RU, including junior Stephanie Anderson and senior Ali Steinberg. Anderson notched her score with 6:47 left in the first half, as Steinberg added to her team-high total early in the game, scoring her fourth goal of the season to tie the game at 2-2.

Rutgers vs No. 7 Princeton Feb 29, 2012 at Princeton, N.J. Rutgers (1-2) vs. Princeton (1-1) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 OT 2OT Tot Rutgers............. 6 4 0 1 11 Princeton........... 4 6 0 0 10 Date: Feb 29, 2012 Attendance: 154 Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: STEINBERG, Ali 3; SBRILLI, Lauren 3; CLEMENTS, Megan 3; DAVIS, Brittany 1; WATTS, Lindsey 1. ASSISTS: MASCERA, Danielle 3; ANDERSON, Stephanie 1. Princeton SCORING: GOALS: Gassaway, Jaci 3; Sivilli, Mary-Kate 2; Pyle, Cassie 2; Previ, Barb 2; Lloyd, Sarah 1. ASSISTS: Gassaway, Jaci 2; McMunn, Erin 2; Sivilli, Mary-Kate 1. Sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli scored the game-winning goal in the sudden victory overtime period, as Rutgers women’s lacrosse (1-2) earned a 11-10 upset win over No. 8 Princeton (1-1) Wednesday evening at Class of 1952 Stadium. It marked the best win for RU over a ranked team since the Scarlet Knights defeated No. 7 Princeton on March 3, 2010 by a 12-11 score. Sbrilli tallied her first hat trick of the season. Senior midfielder Ali Steinberg and attack Megan Clements each added three goals of their own. For Steinberg, it marked the eighth hat trick of her career. Senior Danielle Mascera assisted on three scores. Junior goalie Lily Kalata came up huge for the Scarlet Knights, stopping a season-high 11 shots, including multiple saves on free position shots. Rutgers controlled 16 of the 25 draws, including an 11-3 advantage in the second half and overtime periods. The Sbrilli game winner came off a scramble in front of the net, as the sophomore picked the ball out of the air and flung it into the back of the net. The Scarlet Knights took a 6-4 advantage into the break behind the strong play of Steinberg and Clements. Clements got the scoring started, as Stephanie Anderson (Wading River, N.Y.) dished off to the sophomore from a free position shot. The two teams would trade goals for the remainder of the half before Rutgers notched the final two scores. Clements corralled a broken play in front of the net, slipping it past Princeton goalkeeper Annie Woehling. With 80 seconds remaining, senior attack Lindsey Watts buried a free position shot into the top corner of the cage. The squads exchanged goals over the first 12 minutes of the second stanza before Princeton went on 3-0 spurt. Cassie Pyle, Barb Previ and Mary-Kate Sivilli each scored for the Tigers over a six-minute span to give PU an 8-7 lead. Rutgers would not give in, scoring three of the next four goals to take a 10-9 advantage. Steinberg posted her third goal of the game at the 4:31 mark, corralling a pass from Mascera to knot the game at nine. On a fast break by the Scarlet Knights, Sbrilli sliced down the lane and fired a shot past Woehling. Princeton’s Jaci Gassaway scored with 33 seconds remaining to force overtime.

Rutgers vs No. 9 Penn Mar 07, 2012 at Philadelphia, Pa. Rutgers (1-3) vs. Penn (2-1)

The Scarlet Knights could not mount a comeback late in the game trailing by a goal. Cornell’s Olivia Knotts snuck a shot past Kalata with 52 seconds remaining in regulation to break a 7-7 tie, putting the pressure on RU to force overtime. Head coach Laura Brand-Sias called a timeout moments later, but RU never got another shot off, resulting in the team’s second consecutive one-goal loss.

SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot Rutgers............ 1 6 7 Penn............. 8 7 15 Date: Mar 07, 2012 Attendance: 215

Rutgers led Cornell in both shots (23-17) and ground balls (15-13), but a relentless Big Red defense kept the pressure on the Scarlet Knights in the windy and wintry matinee. Cornell com-

Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: MARTINELLI, Katrina 2; McGINLEY, Annie 1; ANDERSON, Stephanie 1; CLEMENTS, Megan 1; WATTS, Lindsey 1; DAVIS, Brittany 1.


2012 SEASON IN REVIEW ASSISTS: McGINLEY, Annie 2. Penn SCORING: GOALS: Bunting, Caroline 4; Cain, Meredith 3; Tomchik, Courtney 3; Brennan, Erin 2; Poplawski, Maddie 1; McCallion, Kelly 1; Swanson, Brittany 1. ASSISTS: Brennan, Erin 6; Markham, Meg 1; Miller, Lydia 1. Despite a strong six-goal second half, Rutgers women’s lacrosse (1-3) fell at No. 9 Penn (2-1) by a score of 15-7 Wednesday night at Franklin Field. The Scarlet Knights were led by sophomore midfielder Katrina Martinelli (Moorestown, N.J.) with two goals and redshirt junior attack Annie McGinley (Moorestown, N.J.) with a goal and two assists. Rutgers was able to outshoot Penn 17-10 in the second half. In the cage, junior goalie Lily Kalata (Nesconset, N.Y.) notched the loss, making four saves in the contest. The Quakers were led by a pair of upperclassmen, senior Erin Brennan dished out six assists, while junior Caroline Bunting scored four goals. The Scarlet Knights trailed 8-1 at the break, after a 6-0 run by the Quakers to end the half. Penn got on the board first, scoring twice before a goal by senior attack Lindsey Watts (Hillsborough, N.J.) brought RU within one, 2-1. The Penn run was led by two goals by Courtney Tomchik. RU fought back after intermission, scoring five of the next seven goals. Martinelli whipped in a free position shot at the 25:56 mark to bring the score to 9-2. Junior Stephanie Anderson (Wading River, N.Y.) added another goal just 30 seconds later before Penn answered with a score by Meredith Cain. Rutgers posted a 3-0 run over the next eight minutes, as Megan Clements (Pennington, N.J.), Brittany Davis (Wading River, N.Y.) and McGinley each scored in the run to pull the Scarlet Knights within four, 10-6. Penn would control the contest from there, registering a 5-1 run to end the game.

Rutgers vs Hofstra Mar 10, 2012 at Hempstead, N.Y. Rutgers (2-3) vs. Hofstra (2-4) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot Rutgers............. 6 9 15 Hofstra...... 2 5 7 Date: Mar 10, 2012 Attendance: 131 Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: STEINBERG, Ali 4; SBRILLI, Lauren 3; McGINLEY, Annie 3; ANDERSON, Stephanie 2; CLEMENTS, Megan 1; MARTINELLI, Katrina 1; KOCHER, Kristin 1. ASSISTS: ANDERSON, Stephanie 2; MASCERA, Danielle 2; CLEMENTS, Megan 1; MARTINELLI, Katrina 1. Hofstra SCORING: GOALS: Miller, Maryann 3; Altomare, Brittain 1; Iannetta, April 1; Brady, Claire 1; McKinnon, Lindsay 1. ASSISTS: Altomare, Brittain 1; Miller, Maryann 1. Led by a career-best four goals from senior midfielder Ali Steinberg, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team (2-3) dismantled Hofstra, 15-7, Saturday afternoon at James M. Shuart Stadium. It marked the ninth hat trick of Steinberg’s career, including third this season. Sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli and redshirt junior attack Annie McGinley added three goals for the Scarlet Knights. Junior Stephanie Anderson notched four points with two goals and two assists. Hofstra (2-4) was led by Maryann Miller with three goals. In the cage, junior goalie Lily Kalata made five saves in the win. The Scarlet Knights came out hot, jumping on the Pride 3-0 over the first 3:23 of the contest. RU won the first draw and sophomore Meg Clements scored unassisted from behind the cage. Sbrilli added to the run with a free position goal. Less than a minute later, Anderson dished off to McGinley, finishing a transition opportunity. After Hofstra got on the board, Rutgers answered with two scores by Steinberg. On the first, the midfielder deflected a rebound into the net and Danielle Mascera fed Steinberg from behind the cage for the second.

Hofstra would not go away, as Miller scored three quick goals in four minutes to cut the advantage to five, 12-7. Three goals by Anderson, McGinley and Katrina Martinelli quieted the run to account for the final score.

Monmouth vs Rutgers Mar 17, 2012 at Piscataway, N.J. Monmouth (1-6) vs. Rutgers (3-3) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot Monmouth............. 4 3 7 Rutgers............. 6 7 13 Date: Mar 17, 2012 Attendance: 1122 Monmouth SCORING: GOALS: LILLO, Sam 3; MARINO, Alex 2; WHITE, Lynn 2. ASSISTS: GIBBONS, Kaleigh 1. Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: STEINBERG, Ali 5; McGINLEY, Annie 3; ANDERSON, Stephanie 2; SBRILLI, Lauren 2; WATTS, Lindsey 1. ASSISTS: MASCERA, Danielle 3; STEINBERG, Ali 2; DAVIS, Brittany 1; McGINLEY, Annie 1. Propelled by a career day from senior midfielder Ali Steinberg (Suffern, N.Y.), with five goals and two assists, Rutgers women’s lacrosse downed Monmouth, 13-7, Saturday afternoon at the RU Turf Field. Annie McGinley aided the effort of the Scarlet Knights (3-3) with three goals and one assist. For Steinberg, it marked the 10th hat trick of her career, including fourth this season. A team effort, seven Scarlet Knights posted at least a point, with five scoring at least one goal. The Hawks (1-6) were led by Sam Lillo with three scores. In the cage, junior goalie Lily Kalata (Nesconset, N.Y.) earned the win with nine saves. Junior Aimee Chotikul (Baltimore, Md.) also saw action in the net for RU. Rutgers got on the board early, winning the draw and sprinting down the field to score just 25 seconds in. Monmouth answered with two goals from Sam Lillo before RU evened the score on a Steinberg to Lindsey Watts (Hillsborough, N.J.) connection. After Lillo’s third score of the afternoon, RU netted four of the final five goals before the break to take a 7-4 lead into halftime. McGinley did most of the damage, scoring twice in the run. After trading goals to begin the second half, the Scarlet Knights ripped off a 6-1 run, paced by three goals from Steinberg. The run started with McGinley dishing to the senior co-captain off a free position opportunity and ended with a nifty move from Steinberg for an unassisted score at the 6:25 mark to give RU its biggest advantage, 13-6. MU would score a free position goal to account for the final score.

Saint Joseph’s vs Rutgers Mar 21, 2012 at Piscataway, N.J. Saint Joseph’s (4-5) vs. Rutgers (4-3) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot Saint Joseph’s................ 4 3 7 Rutgers............. 4 4 8 Date: Mar 21, 2012 Attendance: 304 Saint Joseph’s SCORING: GOALS: DINN,GRACE 3; PAOLUCCI,VAL 3; ANANIAN,ABBY 1. ASSISTS: MCDEVITT,MEGHAN 1. Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: ANDERSON, Stephanie 4; STEINBERG, Ali 1; SBRILLI, Lauren 1; CLEMENTS, Megan 1; MARTINELLI, Katrina 1. ASSISTS: MASCERA, Danielle 3; STEINBERG, Ali 1. Matching her personal best with four goals, junior midfielder Stephanie Anderson pushed Rutgers women’s lacrosse past Saint Joseph’s Wednesday night at the RU Turf Field. It marked the third hat trick of Anderson’s career and first this season. Senior attack Danielle Mascera aided the RU attack with three assists. Junior netminder Lily Kalata made three saves to earn the win for the Scarlet Knights (4-3). The Hawks (4-5) were led by Val Paolucci with three goals.

The Scarlet Knights held the Pride scoreless for over 16 minutes before Hofstra closed in, 5-2, on an unassisted goal from April Iannetta. Sbrilli scored on a low shot just before the half to push the RU lead to four, 6-2.

Anderson got the Scarlet Knights on the board first with a strong move to her right nearly 10 minutes into the game. Senior midfielder Ali Steinberg made the score 2-0 with a free position goal at the 17:20 mark.

Steinberg scored just after the break on a free position shot before Hofstra went on a 2-0 spurt to pull within three, 7-4. RU answered with five unanswered goals to take control of the contest. McGinley, Sbrilli, Steinberg, Anderson and Kristin Kocher all scored on the 10-minute run to give the Scarlet Knights a 12-4 advantage.

St. Joe’s rattled off three-straight goals to take its only lead of the contest, 3-2, before the Scarlet Knights answered with two of the final three scores before the half to knot the score at four going into the break.

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2012 SEASON IN REVIEW Rutgers seemed to grab control of the game with four unanswered goals to start the second stanza. After sophomore attack Meg Clements opened the run on a dish from Mascera, Anderson posted two of the next three scores, including a free position goal with 6:14 remaining, to give RU a commanding 8-4 lead. The Hawks would not quit, however, registering the final three goals of the match. With 1:06 to play, Anderson won the final draw of the match to seal the victory for RU.

Rutgers vs Fairfield University Mar 24, 2012 at Fairfield, Conn. Rutgers (5-3) vs. Fairfield University (5-3) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 OT 2OT Tot Rutgers......... 3 6 1 1 9 Fairfield............. 7 2 1 0 10 Date: Mar 24, 2012 Attendance: 137 Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: ANDERSON, Stephanie 4; SBRILLI, Lauren 3; STEINBERG, Ali 2; McGINLEY, Annie 2. ASSISTS: MASCERA, Danielle 3; DAVIS, Brittany 1. Fairfield University SCORING: GOALS: Chmil, Courtney 2; Mangan, Chloe 2; McKinley, Kate 2; Best, Amanda 2; Raso, Melanie 1; Leone, Jamie 1. ASSISTS: Raso, Melanie 2; Slowey, Jenna 2; Leone, Jamie 1. Sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli notched her second game-winner of the season, as the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team used a strong second-half comeback to edge Fairfield, 11-10, in double overtime Saturday afternoon at Alumni Field. Sbrilli scored three goals in the contest, including the game-winner 44 seconds into the second OT period. Junior midfielder Stephanie Anderson continued her stellar play as of late with her second-straight four-score contest. Senior attack Danielle Mascera dished out three assists – her fourth-straight multi-helper effort – while in the cage junior Aimee Chotikul earned the win with a strong second half and OT effort. The Scarlet Knights (5-3) overcame a four-goal halftime deficit to force overtime. RU rises to 2-0 this season with extra time and has won four-straight contests and five of the last six. The Stags (5-3) got on the board first before the Scarlet Knights evened the score at the 20:58 mark, as Anderson buried a free position shot. Fairfield answered with three-straight goals over a two-minute span to take a 4-1 advantage. Anderson stopped the spurt, grabbing a pass from Mascera to bring RU within two. After the two squads traded goals – including a free position score by Ali Steinberg – Fairfield posted two-straight to end the half and take a 7-3 lead into the break. A barrage of goals from the Scarlet Knights in the second stanza gave RU a 9-8 lead with 7:28 to play. Annie McGinley and Sbrill each scored two goals during the 5-1 run. Steinberg opened the scoring with an unassisted goal just four minutes into the half. A Mascera-to-Sbrilli connection knotted the score at eight with just over 11 minutes to play before McGinley boosted the Scarlet Knights to a 9-8 advantage on a solo score. Fairfield would not give up, as Kate McKinley evened the score at the 2:42 mark to send the two teams into overtime. Off a dish from Mascera, Anderson gave the Scarlet Knights the lead in the first overtime, but the Stags responded with a score at the 1:06 mark.

No. 6 Notre Dame vs Rutgers Mar 30, 2012 at Piscataway, N.J. Notre Dame (8-0, 2-0) vs. Rutgers (5-4, 0-1) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 OT Tot Notre Dame............ 5 6 2 13 Rutgers............. 3 8 1 12 Date: Mar 26, 2012 Attendance: 412 Notre Dame SCORING: GOALS: POWELL, Lindsay 4; TAMASITIS, Maggie 2; MORRISON, Jaimie 2; GRANGER, Jenny 1; SULLIVAN, Megan 1; SMITH, Margaret 1; BROWN, McKenzie 1; GARGAN, Caitlin 1. ASSISTS: TAMASITIS, Maggie 3; NEWALL, Kate 1. Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: ANDERSON, Stephanie 3; CLEMENTS, Megan 2; DAVIS, Brittany 2; KOCHER, Kristin 2; MASCERA, Danielle 1; SBRILLI, Lauren 1; STEINBERG, Ali 1. ASSISTS: MASCERA, Danielle 5; SBRILLI, Lauren 1. Despite a personal-best five assists from senior attack Danielle Mascera, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team was edged by No. 6 Notre Dame, 13-12, in overtime on Friday at

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the RU Turf Field. Mascera added a goal to pace the Scarlet Knights (5-4) with six points. Junior midfielder Stephanie Anderson posted three goals for RU. Notre Dame attack Maggie Tamasitis led the Irish (8-0) with five points on two goals and three assists. Junior goalkeeper Lily Kalata was credited with the loss, despite making five saves, including one on a free position shot in overtime that preserved the RU lead. The Scarlet Knights rode momentum from regulation to take a 12-11 lead in the overtime period. Davis scored with 3:11 to play, grabbing a pass from Mascera and burying it bottom-left corner, but UND scored twice in the final minute to secure the win. Rutgers got out to an early 2-0 lead, as Mascera intercepted a pass and buried a score 10 minutes into play and followed wish a dish to Anderson at the 17:44 mark. After the two teams traded goals, UND ripped off a 6-0 run that spanned both halves, led by Lindsay Powell with three unassisted scores. Senior Brittany Davis stopped the run with 23:16 to play in regulation, corralling a pass from Mascera behind the cage and netting it top-corner. Swapping goals for the next 10 minutes, Rutgers registered four of the final five scores to force overtime. Freshman midfielder Kristin Kocher powered through the UND defense with 15 seconds remaining to knot the score at 11.

Connecticut vs Rutgers Apr 01, 2012 at Piscataway, N.J. Connecticut (6-4, 0-3) vs. Rutgers (6-4, 1-1) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot Connecticut............. 1 4 5 Rutgers.......... 10 4 14 Date: Apr 01, 2012 Attendance: 352 Connecticut SCORING: GOALS: LAPHAM, M.E. 3; KAHN, Lauren 1; RAINONE, Mackenzie 1. ASSISTS: None. Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: ANDERSON, Stephanie 5; DAVIS, Brittany 3; SBRILLI, Lauren 2; STEINBERG, Ali 1; CLEMENTS, Megan 1; WATTS, Lindsey 1; VLAHOS, Jenny 1. ASSISTS: MARTINELLI, Katrina 1; MASCERA, Danielle 1; STEINBERG, Ali 1. Led by a strong defensive effort, Rutgers women’s lacrosse downed Connecticut, 14-5, Sunday afternoon at the RU Turf Field. The five goals allowed marked the fewest RU has given up in a BIG EAST game since April 16, 2004 - a 10-3 win at Boston College. Junior midfielder Stephanie Anderson bested her career high for the third time in the last four games with five goals. In her first start for RU, redshirt senior midfielder Brittany Davis posted her first career hat trick, scoring three times over the first 20 minutes. Junior netminder Lily Kalata earned the win for Rutgers (6-4, 1-1), making a season-high 13 saves, including five on free position shots. UConn’s M.E. Lapham notched a hat trick for the Huskies (6-4, 0-3). The Scarlet Knights honored Genna Camiolo and little sister Rosie before the game as part of the Friends of Jaclyn Day. The pair served as honorary captains for RU and sat on the sideline for the remainder of the match. Rutgers posted its most complete first-half performance of the season, netting 10 goals, while allowing just one Connecticut score over the first 30 minutes. The Scarlet Knights ripped off four-straight scores over the first 13 minutes and finished the half on a 6-0 run. Davis handled the early scoring, connecting on a free position shot at the 26:19 mark and burying a pass from Ali Steinberg in front of the net to start and end the spurt. A Steinberg free position goal with 13:33 to play in the first stanza started the second run, which ended with sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli bouncing a shot into the net just before the break. Anderson registered two goals in the 12-minute span, giving RU a nine-goal lead with 30 minutes to play. The two squads would each score four goals in the second half, as RU rode out the win. Kalata stopped nine shots over the second stanza, including three-of-four free position opportunities.

Rutgers vs Villanova Apr 05, 2012 at Villanova, Pa. Rutgers (7-4, 2-1) vs. Villanova (2-8, 0-2) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot Rutgers............. 10 3 13 Villanova............ 4 1 5 Date: Apr 05, 2012 Attendance: 133 Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: SBRILLI, Lauren 4; ANDERSON, Stephanie 3; STEINBERG, Ali 1; MASCERA, Danielle 1; McGINLEY, Annie 1; KOCHER, Kristin 1; MARTINELLI, Katrina 1; ARTHUR, Melissa 1.


2012 SEASON IN REVIEW ASSISTS: STEINBERG, Ali 3; MASCERA, Danielle 2; McGINLEY, Annie 1. Villanova SCORING: GOALS: DONODEO, Justine 3; JUDGE, Ali 1; BENDINELLI, Elise 1. ASSISTS: MUCCI, Jessica 1. With an offensive outburst in the first half and a strong defensive effort in the second, Rutgers women’s lacrosse downed Villanova, 13-5, Thursday afternoon at Villanova Stadium. The Scarlet Knights were paced by sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli, who posted her third hat trick of the season with four goals. Rutgers (7-4, 2-1) has now won six of its past seven contests, including two-straight in BIG EAST play. The Scarlet Knights received help from senior midfielder Ali Steinberg (one goal, three assists). Junior midfielder Stephanie Anderson posted her team-leading fifth hat trick of the season with three scores.

Louisville vs Rutgers Apr 13, 2012 at Piscataway, N.J. Louisville (3-9, 1-4) vs. Rutgers (8-5, 3-2) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot Louisville............. 4 7 11 Rutgers.......... 8 8 16 Date: Apr 13, 2012 Attendance: 412 Louisville SCORING: GOALS: BOLTJA, Nikki 4; O’MALLEY, Colleen 2; REDDING, Jamie 1; BRUST, Faye 1; GORDON, Cat 1; NEGRON, Monica 1; BUSHWAY, Hillary 1. ASSISTS: KOZAS, Eleni 1; REDDING, Jamie 1.

Villanova (2-8, 0-2) was paced by Justine Donodeo with three goals. Junior netminder Lily Kalata earned the win with five saves and just four goals allowed. Junior Aimee Chotikul and freshman Candice Dandridge also saw time in the cage.

Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: ANDERSON, Stephanie 5; STEINBERG, Ali 4; SBRILLI, Lauren 3; DAVIS, Brittany 1; MARTINELLI, Katrina 1; KOCHER, Kristin 1; WATTS, Lindsey 1. ASSISTS: MASCERA, Danielle 2; STEINBERG, Ali 2; ANDERSON, Stephanie 1; CLEMENTS, Megan 1; DAVIS, Brittany 1.

Rutgers came out firing to start the game, as Sbrilli scored three-straight goals over the first nine minutes. After burying a free position shot, the sophomore connected on passes from McGinley and Steinberg to put RU up 3-0 and force a Villanova timeout.

Behind six points from senior midfielder Ali Steinberg and a career-high five goals from junior midfielder Stephanie Anderson, Rutgers women’s lacrosse downed Louisville, 16-11, Friday afternoon at Yurcak Field.

After Villanova came within two, 4-2, RU went on a 4-0 spurt to push its lead to six, 8-2, with 6:28 to play in the first half. The two teams would each score twice before the half to give the Scarlet Knights a 10-4 advantage going into the break.

With two assists, senior attack Danielle Mascera tied RU’s all-time single season assist mark with 28 helpers in 2012. The record was previously held by Nancy Isenberg, who dished out 28 assists in 1980. The win marked the first time RU has defeated UofL since March of 2008.

Sbrilli started the second-half scoring with her fourth goal of the contest at the 19:09 mark. After an answer from Villanova’s Elise Bendinelli just over a minute later, the Rutgers defense was able to keep Villanova scoreless for the final 17:43 of the match. Anderson and freshman Melissa Arthur finished off the scoring for RU to represent the final tally. The score was Arthur’s first of her career.

Rutgers raced out to a 5-0 lead over the first 7:31, led by sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli with two scores. Anderson got things started off a Steinberg dish from behind the cage. Senior attack Lindsey Watts finished the run on a free position goal.

Rutgers vs No. 2 Syracuse Apr 07, 2012 at Syracuse, N.Y. Rutgers (7-5, 2-2) vs. Syracuse (8-2, 3-0) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot Rutgers............. 6 4 10 Syracuse.......... 7 8 15 Date: Apr 7, 2012 Attendance: 627 Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: ANDERSON, Stephanie 3; SBRILLI, Lauren 2; STEINBERG, Ali 2; McGINLEY, Annie 1; CLEMENTS, Megan 1; MARTINELLI, Katrina 1. ASSISTS: McGINLEY, Annie 3; MASCERA, Danielle 2; SBRILLI, Lauren 1. Syracuse SCORING: GOALS: MURRAY, Alyssa 6; TUMOLO, Michelle 3; KEMPNEY, Kailah 2; WEBSTER, Katie 1; COLLINS, Devon 1; CROSS, Amy 1; DALEY, Bridget 1. ASSISTS: HOLDEN, Sarah 1; JAQUITH, Gabby 1; MURRAY, Alyssa 1; TUMOLO, Michelle 1. Despite four points from redshirt junior attack Annie McGinley, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team fell at No. 2 Syracuse, 15-10, Saturday afternoon at the Carrier Dome. Junior midfielder Stephanie Anderson added her team-leading sixth hat trick of the season with three scores for RU (7-5, 2-2). Sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli registered two goals and an assist for three points. Syracuse (8-2, 3-0) was paced by Alyssa Murray with six goals and an assist. Junior netminder Lily Kalata made five saves in the loss. Junior Aimee Chotikul also saw action in the cage. The Scarlet Knights got out to a hot start, as senior midfielder Ali Steinberg and Sbrilli pushed RU to a 2-0 advantage at the 24:55 mark. The Orange would fight back, rattling off three-straight scores to take a 3-2 lead with 16:35 to play in the first half. McGinley quieted the run, burying a shot at the 15:28 mark to knot the score at three. The two teams would trade goals for the remainder of the half, with neither earning more than a onegoal advantage. Anderson scored twice over the final 13:26 of the first stanza, once on a feed from Sbrilli, as the Orange took a 7-6 lead into the break. Syracuse scored five of the first six goals to open the second half, taking a 12-7 lead at the 8:41 mark. Steinberg corralled a pass from Danielle Mascera to bring the Scarlet Knights within four, 128, but Murray scored three-straight to give the Orange a seven-goal lead with 3:27 remaining. Sbrilli registered a free position shot and sophomore midfielder Katrina Martinelli scored on a dish from Mascera, but it would not be enough for the comeback.

Louisville would not go away, posting four of the next five scores - led by Colleen O’Malley with two goals - to cut the lead to two, 6-4. Anderson answered with two goals of her own, the first on a pass from Steinberg, to push the RU lead to 8-4 at the break. After a UofL goal started the second half, RU rattled off a 3-0 spurt to push its lead to six (115) with 24:40 to play. Mascera tied the record on a Steinberg goal at the 14:19 mark of the second half. Standing at the left wing, Mascera hit the cutting midfielder to push the RU lead to 12-7. The Cardinals would continue to pressure the Scarlet Knights, but RU held a lead of four-plus for the remainder of the contest.

Cincinnati vs Rutgers Apr 15, 2012 at Piscataway, N.J. Cincinnati (3-9, 0-5) vs. Rutgers (9-5, 4-2) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot Cincinnati.............. 2 8 10 Rutgers............. 6 7 13 Date: Apr 15, 2012 Attendance: 365 Cincinnati SCORING: GOALS: SIMANSKI, Laura 3; PIERSON, Marissa 2; MERCIER, Rachel 1; RAMSLAND, Kylie 1; BELL, Megan 1; KIRIAZOGLOU, Katie 1; PARSONS, MacKenzie 1. ASSISTS: MERCIER, Rachel 3; SIMANSKI, Laura 2. Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: SBRILLI, Lauren 3; McGINLEY, Annie 2; ANDERSON, Stephanie 2; DAVIS, Brittany 2; MARTINELLI, Katrina 1; KOCHER, Kristin 1; WATTS, Lindsey 1; CURRAN, Kaitlyn 1. ASSISTS: MASCERA, Danielle 3; McGINLEY, Annie 2; STEINBERG, Ali 2; CLEMENTS, Megan 1; MARTINELLI, Katrina 1. Breaking a 32-year-old single season record, senior attack Danielle Mascera dished out three assists, pushing Rutgers women’s lacrosse to a 13-10 win over Cincinnati Sunday afternoon at Yurcak Field. The RU senior class accounted for nine points on Senior Day. The assist record was previously held by Nancy Isenberg, who dished out 28 assists in 1980. With her three helpers on the day, Mascera has dished out 31 in 2012 to become the new RU leader. The Scarlet Knights (9-5, 4-2) were paced in scoring by sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli with three goals, her fourth hat trick of the season. Redshirt junior Annie McGinley added two goals and two assists for RU. Cincinnati (3-9, 0-5) was led in scoring Laura Simanski with three goals and two assists. In the cage, junior netminder Lily Kalata allowed just six goals while making eight saves. Junior Aimee Chotikul allowed four goals in eight-plus minutes of action. The RU seniors jumped on UC early, as attack Lindsey Watts scored the first goal of the contest on a dish from Steinberg. Senior Kaitlyn Curran buried a free position opportunity to give

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2012 SEASON IN REVIEW the Scarlet Knights a 2-0 advantage with 24:15 to play in the first half. After a Cincinnati score, Rutgers rattled off the next four goals, holding a 6-1 lead with 7:33 to play in the first stanza. Mascera assisted Katrina Martinelli at the 16:51 mark to break the record. Cincinnati scored just before the break, as RU brought a 6-2 advantage into the locker room. UC scored three of the first four goals in the second half to come within two, 7-5. The Scarlet Knights answered with a 6-1 run of their own to take a commanding 13-6 lead with 11:48 to play. Five different Scarlet Knights scored over the run, as junior midfielder Stephanie Anderson posted two scores. The Bearcats scored four-straight to end the game, but Rutgers held on for a 13-10 victory.

Rutgers vs No. 14 Loyola Apr 20, 2012 at Baltimore, Md. Rutgers (9-6, 4-3) vs. Loyola (9-4, 5-0) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot Rutgers........... 9 2 11 Loyola............. 9 6 15 Date: Apr 20, 2012 Attendance: 703 Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: STEINBERG, Ali 3; SBRILLI, Lauren 3; ANDERSON, Stephanie 2; DAVIS, Brittany 2; KOCHER, Kristin 1. ASSISTS: McGINLEY, Annie 2; MASCERA, Danielle 1; STEINBERG, Ali 1. Loyola SCORING: GOALS: Marlee Paton 5; Annie Thomas 3; Joanna Dalton 3; Hannah Schmitt 3; Molly Hulseman 1. ASSISTS: Marlee Paton 4; Annie Thomas 2; Sydney Thomas 2; Kara Burke 1. Despite four points from senior midfielder Ali Steinberg, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team could not pull off the upset at No. 14 Loyola, dropping a 15-11 decision at Ridley Athletic Complex Friday night. Steinberg surpasses the century mark for her career with 102 points on 74 goals and 28 assists. Sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli added her sixth hat trick of the season with three scores for RU (9-6, 4-3). Loyola (9-5, 5-0) was led by Marlee Paton with five goals and four assists. Rutgers got out to a hot start, scoring the first four goals of the contest. Sbrilli scored twice in the run and senior attack Brittany Davis buried a free position shot to give RU a 4-0 lead with 19:29 to play in the first half. Loyola would answer quickly, posting three-straight scores to come within one, 4-3, at the 13:59 mark. The Scarlet Knights registered two of the next three goals, but the Greyhounds came back with two scores of their own to knot the game at six with 8:08 remaining in the half. The two squads would trade goals for the remainder of the half, going into the break knotted at nine. Junior midfielder Stephanie Anderson corralled a pass from Annie McGinley to open up the second-half scoring, giving the Scarlet Knights a 10-9 advantage before the Greyhounds rattled off four-straight goals to post a 13-10 lead with nine minutes remaining. Steinberg ripped a free position goal with 4:25 to play, bringing Rutgers within two, 13-11. Loyola would score the final two tallies of the half to account for the final score.

Rutgers vs No. 15 Georgetown Apr 28, 2012 at Washington, D.C. Rutgers (9-7, 4-4) vs. Georgetown (9-7, 5-3) SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot Rutgers.......... 5 2 7 Georgetown............. 4 5 9 Date: Apr 28, 2012 Attendance: 489 Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: McGINLEY, Annie 2; ANDERSON, Stephanie 2; DAVIS, Brittany 2; STEINBERG, Ali 1. ASSISTS: MASCERA, Danielle 2; ANDERSON, Stephanie 1; McGINLEY, Annie 1. Georgetown SCORING: GOALS: TARZIAN, Caroline 4; THOMAS, Sophia 2; JACKSON, Dina 1; LOVETT, Erin 1; BOZEL, Kelsi 1. ASSISTS: CUMBERPATCH, Jody 1; FARRELL, Meghan 1; HUNTER, Ashley 1; TARZIAN, Caroline 1. The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team could not sustain a 5-4 halftime lead, falling to No. 15/16 Georgetown by a score of 9-7 at the Multi-Sport Field Saturday afternoon. The Scarlet Knights were led offensively by junior midfielder Stephanie Anderson and junior attack Annie McGinley with three points apiece. Rutgers ends its season with a 9-7 overall record, including a 4-4 mark in BIG EAST play. Georgetown (9-7, 5-3) will be the No. 4 seed in the BIG EAST Tournament. The Hoyas were led by Caroline Tarzian with five points on four goals and one assist.

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Senior attack Brittany Davis posted two goals, while senior attack Danielle Mascera dished out two assists. In the cage, junior Lily Kalata registered eight saves. The Scarlet Knights jumped out to an early 3-0 lead, as McGinley scored twice over the first 11:24 of the contest. Georgetown battled back with two-straight scores, before Davis quieted the run with a feed from McGinley. The Hoyas knotted the game at four with 2:44 remaining in the half, but Davis – falling down in front of the net – scored on a breakaway from Anderson to give RU a 5-4 advantage at the break. Kalata made six stops over the first 30 minutes. Anderson provided the first two RU goals of the second half to put the Scarlet Knights up 7-5 with 20:48 to play. The second score came on a pass from Mascera, leading the junior midfielder right down the alley. Georgetown posted the next three goals to take its first lead of the contest, 8-7, at the 9:01 mark. GU’s Kelsi Bozel scored with 3:24 remaining to account for the final score. The Scarlet Knights were unable to control possession in the second half, as the Hoyas won six of the final seven draw controls.


2012 FINAL STATISTICS/RESULTS Overall: 9-7 Conf: 4-4 Home: 5-3 Away: 4-4 Neut: 0-0 ## Name GP-GS 7 STEINBERG, Ali 16-16 13 ANDERSON, Stephanie 16-16 22 MASCERA, Danielle 16-16 10 SBRILLI, Lauren 16-16 11 McGINLEY, Annie 16-15 19 DAVIS, Brittany 16-7 18 CLEMENTS, Megan 16-15 17 MARTINELLI, Katrina 12-0 12 KOCHER, Kristin 16-0 23 WATTS, Lindsey 16-10 27 CURRAN, Kaitlyn 2-2 4 ARTHUR, Melissa 3-0 14 VLAHOS, Jenny 7-0 21 TRENDELL, Amanda 7-0 25 DiMURO, Hollie 16-16 30 CHOTIKUL, Aimee 7-0 29 DANDRIDGE, Candice 1-0 24 MILLER, Kelsey 2-0 20 MacDOUGALL, Claire 16-2 16 INTRABARTOLA, Chelse 11-7 15 MAHON, Sarah 13-6 9 KALATA, Lily 16-16 8 EKERT, Colleen 9-0 6 SCHNEEBERGER, Rachel 5-0 5 WELCH, Rachel 2-0 3 TURKOT, Erin 16-16 2 ALLEY, Rebecca 16-16 1 ADAMS, Andrea 4-0 Total............... 16 Opponents........... 16

G 32 41 2 33 17 15 11 8 10 7 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 179 159

A 16 5 34 2 15 3 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 82 58

Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% 48 68 .471 53 .779 46 76 .539 61 .803 36 14 .143 10 .714 35 60 .550 53 .883 32 43 .395 30 .698 18 27 .556 22 .815 14 21 .524 16 .762 11 14 .571 13 .929 10 18 .556 15 .833 8 23 .304 15 .652 1 2 .500 1 .500 1 2 .500 2 1.000 1 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 4 .000 3 .750 0 2 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 .000 261 375 .477 295 .787 217 370 .430 289 .781 GAAvg Saves 0.00 1 9.74 116 10.27 11 9.73 130 10.96 115

Pct 1.000 .446 .423 .450 .391

FPG FPS 14 23 9 17 0 1 7 14 1 3 2 5 0 1 3 7 1 5 3 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 43 93 40 93

GB 21 19 12 12 10 1 8 9 4 4 0 0 0 1 30 3 0 1 8 6 7 39 0 1 1 14 16 1 228 236

DC T/O CT 38 27 16 3 18 5 5 25 2 6 14 8 0 24 2 15 7 1 34 8 1 7 11 4 2 6 0 5 15 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 3 0 10 13 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 3 5 0 2 7 0 6 8 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 11 48 6 13 0 0 0 178 200 111 195 184 136

Fouls 48 22 17 17 7 24 26 14 17 11 6 0 2 6 45 0 0 0 22 21 15 1 2 1 2 26 41 0 394 393

## Name 29 DANDRIDGE, Candice 9 KALATA, Lily 30 CHOTIKUL, Aimee Total............... Opponents...........

GP GS Minutes 1 0 5:31 16 16 886:55 6 0 87:37 16 980:03 16 980:03

GOALS BY PERIOD Rutgers Opponents

1st 94 74

2nd 81 82

OT 2 3

OT2 Total 2 179 0 159

Date

Opponent

Score

Feb 22, 2012

TEMPLE

11-12

0-1-0

0-0-0

Feb 25, 2012

CORNELL

SHOTS BY PERIOD Rutgers Opponents

1st 199 168

2nd 171 192

OT 2 10

OT2 Total 3 375 0 370

Feb 29, 2012

at #7 Princeton

Mar 07, 2012

SHOTS ON GOAL BY PRD Rutgers Opponents

1st 150 128

2nd 140 155

OT 2 6

SAVES BY PERIOD Rutgers Opponents

1st 54 56

2nd 73 59

OT 3 0

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

GA 0 144 15 159 179

GW 2 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 7

W L T Shots Faced 0 0 0 1 8 7 0 329 1 0 0 37 9 7 0 367 7 9 0 375

L

Overall Conf

L

7-8

0-2-0

0-0-0

WO2

11-10

1-2-0

0-0-0

at #9 Penn

L

7-15

1-3-0

0-0-0

Mar 10, 2012

at Hofstra

W

15-7

2-3-0

0-0-0

OT2 Total 2 294 0 289

Mar 17, 2012

MONMOUTH

W

13-7

3-3-0

0-0-0

Mar 21, 2012

SAINT JOSEPH’S

W

8-7

4-3-0

0-0-0

Mar 24, 2012

at Fairfield University WO2

11-10

5-3-0

0-0-0

OT2 Total 0 130 0 115

Mar 30, 2012

#6 NOTRE DAME*

LOT

12-13

5-4-0

0-1-0

Apr 01, 2012

CONNECTICUT*

W

14-5

6-4-0

1-1-0

Apr 05, 2012

at Villanova*

W

13-5

7-4-0

2-1-0

Apr 07, 2012

at #2 Syracuse*

L

10-15

7-5-0

2-2-0

Apr 13, 2012

LOUISVILLE*

W

16-11

8-5-0

3-2-0

Apr 15, 2012

CINCINNATI*

W

13-10

9-5-0

4-2-0

Apr 20, 2012

at #14 Loyola*

L

11-15

9-6-0

4-3-0

Apr 28, 2012

at#15 Georgetown*

L

7-9

9-7-0

4-4-0

RU OPP 3379 2358 8/422 8/295 0/0

CLEARS: Rutgers -- 228-261 .874, Opponents -- 207-236 .877.

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HELPING THE COMMUNITY

The Rutgers women’s lacrosse program adopted a little sister, Genna Camiolo, through the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation (FOJ). FOJ is a charitable organization, created to raise public awareness regarding pediatric brain tumors. The funds raised are used to improve the quality of life for children who are afflicted with a brain tumor as well as make contributions to pediatric brain research. Genna is present at many of the Scarlet Knights’ home matches – even serving as an honorary captain and taking part in the coin toss. For more information on Genna, visit www.caringbridge.org/nj/gennahenna and for more on the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation, log on to www.friendsofjaclyn.org. Committed to serving the neighboring community, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team routinely participates in a number of initiatives throughout the year. The Scarlet Knights most recently took part in the Race For Hope in Philadelphia this past November. The National Brain Tumor Society’s Race for Hope - Philadelphia is very proud to be able to celebrate its fourth year of supporting brain tumor research and patient services on November 1, 2009. The Race for Hope 5K Run/ Walk is one of Philadelphia’s most successful volunteer and community-based events. It is one of the country’s largest fundraisers for the brain tumor community.

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FOJ’s STORY

FOJ’s PROGRAMS

The Friends of Jaclyn Foundation is inspired by Jaclyn Murphy. In 2004, she was diagnosed with a medulloblastoma, a malignant brain tumor, when she was 9 years old. Jaclyn’s strength, courage, relentless spirit and joy for life are an inspiration to those who know her. When granted her “Make-A-Wish,” Jaclyn asked, “for all the children in the hospitals to be healed.”

Adopt-A-Child Program is for children with pediatric brain tumors. Any child with a brain tumor is welcome. As of December 2008, we have over 80 children adopted with over 200 sports teams anxiously waiting. We have children in 17 different types of sports all across the country.

LOVE

Temple University

FOJ’s MISSION Our mission is to improve the quality of life for children suffering from pediatric brain tumors. The foundation is based on love, support and friendship between the child, the team and the child’s family. We pair a child with a college or high school athletic team based on geographic proximity so the child can be involved with the team as much as possible. The child is “adopted” by the team and becomes an honorary team member. The gift is in the relationship. The child gains a new support network of loving friends and the team learns to see the world with new eyes. Everyone wins.

Northwestern

U of Michigan

In 2005, the Northwestern University Women’s Lacrosse team adopted Jaclyn as an honorary team member. She inspired the Wildcats through a magical “perfect season,” which resulted in NU’s first NCAA National Championship, in any sport, in 64 years. Jaclyn created lasting friendships with the team. She and her family recognized this positively affected Jaclyn’s happiness and health. Northwestern recognized that their relationship with Jaclyn opened their eyes and hearts to a deeper appreciation for life. Jaclyn’s quality of life improved. She wanted other children with pediatric brain tumors to have similar experiences. The Murphys realized that it is ultimately the love and support of others that gives people the inspiration and courage to get through this kind of journey. The Friends of Jaclyn Foundation improves the quality of life for everyone involved.

UMass

Williams

Johns Hopkins

Safe on the Sidelines is an adoption program for the siblings of the afflicted child. The entire family is affected when a child is diagnosed. Many times the healthy child feels scared and alone. This program allows the siblings to have their own team and to feel special and supported. A firsthand glance: Emily beck’s mom, Carol, on Emily’s adoption by Louisville Lacrosse “Having these athletes involved in Emily’s life is great. Emily keeps talking about it. She is even trying to teach the neighbors and her brothers in how to play lacrosse, which is funny. Even our older daughter Alex, talks about the girls, and how they played with her and cared for her too, not just Emily. Jacob loves the jersey, and has worn it four times in one week. So getting involved with FOJ is a wonderful experience for all of our family members.”

Rutgers

UNC

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HELPING THE COMMUNITY

In addition to this and many other community service project, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse program, which supports the Children’s Tumor Foundation and its adopted little sister Genna Camiolo, planned a fundraising initiative, keeping in line with its continued commitment to serving the community. Rutgers also held a university-wide food drive, during which women’s lacrosse adopted a family and donated food/goods during the holiday season. Annually, the Scarlet Knights run in the Big Chill, a 5k race aimed at provided toys and donations to local children. During their time, several members of the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team have participated in various Toy and Blood Drives, as well as the Read Across America program.

New Trier High School

Amherst College

HOW TO GIVE The Friends of Jaclyn Foundation depends on contributions to do its work. We invite you to support us as we continue to improve the quality of life for children afflicted with pediatric brain tumors. New Trier High School Georgetown University

HOW TO GET INVOLVED Thank you for your interest in Friends of Jaclyn. For more information and latest news, please visit our website at www.friendsofjaclyn.org. To get your child adopted, please email foj.adoptions@yahoo.com

To donate, please visit the website at www.friendsofjaclyn.org or mail checks to: Friends of Jaclyn Foundation 7 Ridgeview Rd, Hopewell Junction, NY 12533 1-866-519-3529

In your inquiry, please include the following: Your name, address, and contact information Your child’s name and age The closest school or university

Washington and Lee University

Georgetown Columbia University Logo designed by Caitlin Jackson

“Live in the Moment, Play in the Moment.”

Your child’s website or caringbridge page Your child’s history and pictures

“Live in the h Moment, Play Pl y in i n the Moment. M t”

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Northwestern University National Champions

The Friends of Jaclyn Foundation is a 501(c)(3), non-profit, charitable organization that improves the quality of life for children with pediatric brain tumors and their families. We are all about love, support and friendship. We pair each child with a college or high school athletic team and that is when the magic happens.


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ALL-TIME AWARD WINNERS NATIONAL AWARDS Tewaarton Trophy Watch List 2007 Katie Batiuk IWLCA REGIONAL ALL-AMERICAN 1984 Maria Grant, Marilyn Reilly 1985 Mary Beth Dwyer, Maria Grant, Amy Horne, Chris Lacy, Marilyn Reilly, Rita Sweeney 1986 Mary Beth Dwyer, Maria Grant, Chris Lacy, Rita Sweeney 1987 Michele Pagnotto, Rita Sweeney 1988 Denise Reed 1989 Karen Callaway, Barbara Coates, Denise Reed 1990 Michele Pagnotto, Denise Reed 1991 Susan Trimble, Karyl Whitman 1992 Karyl Whitman 1993 Heather Jones 1994 Heather Jones, Meghan Schofield (2) 1995 Paula Chamoun (3) 1996 Brandi Bailey, Dina Cavallo (2), Paula Chamoun (2) 1997 Brandi Bailey, Dina Cavallo (2), Paula Chamoun (2), Melissa Schepacarter (2) 1998 Dina Cavallo, Elizabeth Chambers, Paula Chamoun, Robin Erthal (2) 1999 Elizabeth Chambers, Robin Erthal (2), Amanda Mazzarella (2), Nicol Parceluzzi (MVP) 2000 Elizabeth Chambers, Nadia Rogala (2) 2002 Kristin Checksfield, Susan Duccilli (2), Lauren Gulotta (2) 2003 Lyndsay Feldman (2), Melissa Mosey (2) 2004 Catherine Seals (2), Katie Batiuk (2) 2005 Lyndsey Feldman (2), Katie Batiuk (2) 2006 Katie Batiuk, Katy Lawrence (2) 2007 Katie Batiuk, Nina Frankoski (2) 2008 Brooke Cantwell, Sandra Abel (2), Jessica Davis (2) 2009 Brooke Cantwell, Emily Penn (2) 2010 Brooke Cantwell, Mary Cryan (2), Marlena Welsh (2), Lily Kalata (2) 2011 Marlena Welsh, Rebecca Alley (2), Lily Kalata (2), Katherine Marino (2), Ali Steinberg 2012 Ali Steinberg, Rebecca Alley (2), Stephanie Anderson (2), Lily Kalata (2) IWLCA ALL-AMERICANS 1986 Maria Grant, Chris Lacy, Rita Sweeney (HM) 1990 Denise Reed 1991 Susan Trimble 1998 Anna Marie Vesco Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year (DI) 1999 Elizabeth Chambers (3) 2000 Elizabeth Chambers (3) 2007 Katie Batiuk (3) 2010 Brooke Cantwell (3) CollegeLacrosseUSA.com All-American 2000 Elizabeth Chambers (At-Large) GTE ALL-AMERICAN SELECTED BY CoSIDA 1991 Karyl Whitman US LACROSSE All-American 1999 Elizabeth Chambers (HM) USWLA All-AMerican 1998 Paula Chamoun (HM) Inside Lacrosse All-American 2007 Katie Batiuk NORTH/SOUTH SENIOR ALL-STARS 1986 Maria Grant, Chris Lacy 1989 Karen Callaway 1990 Michele Pagnotto, Denise Reed 2007 Katie Batiuk 2012 Danielle Mascera WOMENSLACROSSE.COM All-American 2007 Katie Batiuk (2), Nina Frankoski (rookie), Jessica Davis (rookie) IWLCA DIVISION I ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 1998 Rebecca Cartee, Pearl Park 1999 Elizabeth Chambers, Pearl Park

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Elizabeth Chambers, Jennifer Mumford Lauren Gulotta, Jill Penrose Lauren Gulotta Jessica Apel Lisa Savage Andrea Leininger, Lisa Savage Lisa Savage Rachel Doan, Jessica Fox Rachel Doan, Jackie Lerner Rachel Doan, Meghan Flanagan Meghan Flanagan, Karie McGuire Rebecca Alley, Emily Penn Danielle Mascera, Ali Steinberg

NJ LAX ASSOCIATION ALL-STAR TEAM 1978 Heidi Faith, Janet Swanson NJ ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM 1981 Merrill Hilf, Linda Larson, Connie Williams INSIDELACROSSE.COM PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2002 Lauren Gulotta (HM) 2003 Cristina Curiale (HM) Melissa Mosey (HM) 2004 Katie Batiuk (HM)

4/9 3/17 4/14 3/8

WOMENSLACROSSE.COM PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2004 Maggie Bopp (HM) 2006 Sandra Abel (Rookie) 2007 Michelle Poole Katie Batiuk Erika Page 2010 Lily Kalata

4/28 3/6 3/2 4/12 4/26 4/26

BIG EAST AWARDS Preseason All-Conference 2001 Jill Penrose 2002 Kristin Checksfield, Claire Grooms 2003 Kristin Checksfield 2004 Cristina Curiale, Lyndsey Feldman 2005 Lyndsey Feldman, Catherine Seals 2006 Katie Batiuk, Anne Marchitello 2007 Katie Batiuk 2008 Nina Frankoski, Sandra Abel, Jessica Davis 2009 Brooke Cantwell 2010 Brooke Cantwell 2011 Marlena Welsh 2012 Ali Steinberg 2013 Stephanie Anderson Offensive Player of the Week 2003 Melissa Mosey 2004 Maggie Bopp 2005 Katie Batiuk 2006 Katie Batiuk 2007 Katie Batiuk 2011 Marlena Welsh 2012 Lauren Sbrilli

4/14 4/26 4/25 4/10 4/10 2/28 3/5

Defensive Player of the Week 2001 Kristin Checksfield Lauren Gulotta 2002 Lauren Gulotta Lauren Gulotta 2003 Maggie Bopp Lyndsey Feldman Lyndsey Feldman Kristin Checksfield Kristin Checksfield 2004 Lyndsey Feldman 2005 Lyndsey Feldman 2007 Anne Marchitello Erika Page 2008 Sandra Abel Jessica Davis 2010 Lily Kalata Lily Kalata

3/26 4/16 4/8 4/22 3/10 3/31 4/14 4/21 4/28 3/8) 3/14 3/21 2/26 4/23 3/3 3/31 3/1 4/26

Weekly Honor Roll 2006 Katie Batiuk Nina Frankoski Katie Batiuk Katy Lawrence Katie Batiuk 2007 Nina Frankoski Michelle Poole Brooke Cantwell 2008 Michelle Poole

5/1 4/17 4/3 3/7 2/27 4/3 3/19 3/12 3/10

Brooke Cantwell 3/17 Brooke Cantwell 3/31 Kristen Anderson 4/7 Emily Penn 4/7 Brooke Cantwell 4/14 Brooke Cantwell 4/21 2009 Meghan Flanagan 3/2 Sandra Abel 3/9 Brooke Cantwell 4/13 2010 Kristin Anderson 3/1 Brooke Cantwell 3/8 Brooke Cantwell 4/5 Brooke Cantwell 5/3 Ali Steinberg 4/12 2011 Katherine Marino 5/2 Marlena Welsh 3/21 Ali Steinberg 3/14 Kristen Anderson 3/7 Lily Kalata 3/7 Lily Kalata 2/28 2012 Ali Steinberg 2/27 Ali Steinberg 3/12 Lily Kalata 3/19 Stephanie Anderson 3/26 Stephanie Anderson 4/2 Lauren Sbrilli 4/9 Lily Kalata, Danielle Mascera 4/16 All-Conference Team 2001 Kristin Checksfield, Claire Grooms (2), Jennifer Mumford (2), Catherine Seals (2) 2002 Kristin Checksfield, Susan Duccilli (2), Lauren Gulotta (2) 2003 Lyndsey Feldman, Melissa Mosey, Cristina Curiale (2), Kristin Checksfield (2) 2004 Maggie Bopp (2), Catherine Seals (2), Lyndsey Feldman (2), Katie Batiuk (2) 2005 Lyndsey Feldman, Katie Batiuk Anne Marchitello (2), Catherine Seals (2) 2006 Katie Batiuk, Anne Marchitello (2), Katy Lawrence (2) 2007 Katie Batiuk, Nina Frankoski, Jamie Farewell (2), Anne Marchitello (2), Jessica Davis (2) 2008 Brooke Cantwell, Jessica Davis (2), Mary Cryan (2) 2009 Brooke Cantwell (2) 2010 Brooke Cantwell 2011 Ali Steinberg (2), Marlena Welsh (2) 2012 Ali Steinberg, Stephanie Anderson (2) 2 indicates second-team selection 3 indicates third-team selection HM indicates honorable mention Midfielder of the Year 2005 Katie Batiuk Defensive Player of the Year 2002 Kristin Checksfield

ACADEMIC AWARDS National College Athlete Honor Society (Chi Alpha Sigma) 2007 Jessica Fox 2009 Meghan Flanagan, Karie McGuire Academic All-Stars 2000-01 Jessica Apel, Claire Grooms, Lauren Gulotta, Melissa Mosey, Jennifer Mumford, Lori Perril, Catherine Seals, Cali Wojdyla 2001-02 Jessica Apel, Adrienne Booth, Kristin Checksfield, Susan Duccilli, Jessica Gallogly, Lauren Gulotta, Jessica Mosey, Melissa Mosey 2002-03 Jessica Apel, Kristin Checksfield Claire Grooms, Alexis Hiering Jessica Mosey, Melissa Mosey Lisa Savage, Grace Sica, Cali Wojdyla 2003-04 Cristina Curiale, Alexis Hiering Andrea Leininger, Lindsay Rising Lisa Savage 2004-05 Jamie Farewell, Lyndsey Feldman, Jessica Fox, Andrea Leininger, Anne Marchitello, Ashley Schauder, Catherine Seals

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ALL-TIME AWARD WINNERS 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Valerie Depelteau, Rachel Doan, Jessica Fox, Jennifer Klenk, Jackie Lerner, Anne Marchitello, Andrea Potter Katie Batiuk, Rachel Doan, Jamie Farewell, Meghan Flanagan, Jessica Fox, Nina Frankoski, Katy Lawrence, Jackie Lerner, Anne Marchitello, Karie McGuire, Erika Page, Katherine Parker, Michelle Poole, Kathry Seidman, Mallory Tornetta Brooke Cantwell, Mary Cryan, Meghan Flanagan, Jessica Fox, Nina Frankoski, Tara Hardy, Jennifer Klenk, Jackie Lerner, Shawn Lopez, Karie McGuire, Katherine Parker, Emily Penn, Megan Pierce, Michelle Poole, Faith Richards, Kathryn Seidman, Kaja Stamnes, Mallory Tornetta Sandra Abel, Rebecca Alley, Brooke Cantwell, Mary Cryan, Rachel Doan, Meghan Flanagan, Jennifer Klenk, Shawn Lopez, Katherine Marino, Danielle Mascera, Karie McGuire, Katherine Parker, Emily Penn, Michelle Poole, Faith Richards, Kathryn Seidman, Mallory Tornetta, Lindsey Watts, Marlena Welsh Rebecca Alley, Brooke Cantwell, Mary Cryan, Kaitlyn Curran, Faith Richards Meghan Flanagan, Eileen Ghent Lindsay Harris, Shawn Lopez, Katherine Marino, Danielle Mascera Karie McGuire, Mary Moran, Emily Penn, Megan Pierce, Jennifer Schmidt, Ali Steinberg, Lindsey Watts, Rachel Welch, Marlena Welsh Rebecca Alley, Stephanie Anderson, Aimee Chotikul, Megan Clements, Kaitlyn Curran, Eileen Ghent, Chelsea Intrabartola, Lily Kalata, Shawn Lopez, Claire MacDougall, Sarah Mahon, Katherine Marino, Danielle Mascera, Annie McGinley, Mary Moran, Rachel Schneeberger, Ali Steinberg, Lindsey Watts, Rachel Welch, Marlena Welsh Rebecca Alley, Stephanie Anderson, Aimee Chotikul, Megan Clements, Kaitlyn Curran, Brittany Davis, Colleen Ekert, Lily Kalata, Kristin Kocher, Danielle Mascera, Kelsey Miller, Rachel Schneeberger, Ali Steinberg, Amanda Trendell, Lindsey Watts, Rachel Welch

RUTGERS AWARDS MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 1977 Heidi Faith 1978 Janet Swanson 1979 Kate Sweeney 1980 Linda Larson 1981 Merrill Hilf 1982 Michele Madison 1983 Elizabeth Ferrara 1984 Marilyn Reily 1985 Maria Grant 1986 Jessica Hardy 1987 Teresa Gertie 1988 Denise Reed 1989 Karen Callaway, Barbara Coates 1990 Denise Reed 1991 Susan Trimble 1992 Heather Jones 1993 Brinda Bhatt, Heather Jones 1994 Heather Jones, Carolyn Milano 1995 Debbie Macherione 1996 Brandi Bailey, Melissa Schepacarter 1997 Brandi Bailey, Melissa Schepacarter 1998 Dina Cavallo, Paula Chamoun 1999 Elizabeth Chambers, Robin Erthal 2000 Elizabeth Chambers 2001 Jennifer Mumford 2002 Kristin Checksfield,

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2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Lauren Gulotta Lyndsey Feldman Katie Batiuk Katie Batiuk Katie Batiuk Katie Batiuk Sandra Abel Sandra Abel Brooke Cantwell Ali Steinberg Ali Steinberg

RU STRONG/LIFE SKILLS AWARD (Awarded for outstanding service and community outreach) 2000 Jennifer Mumford TRUSTEE’S AWARD (Awarded to the student-athlete who is named the team’s MVP more than once) 1993 Heather Jones 1994 Heather Jones 1997 Brandi Bailey 2000 Elizabeth Chambers 2005 Katie Batiuk 2006 Katie Batiuk 2007 Katie Batiuk 2012 Ali Steinberg DIRECTOR’S AWARD (Awarded to the head coach of the team with the highest GPA of letterwinners for the academic year) 1993 Denise Wescott (3.131) SCHOLAR-ATHLETE (Awarded to the letterwinning student-athlete with the highest GPA for the year) 1980-81 Lori Mather 1981-82 Amy Horne 1982-83 Cathy Gannon 1983-84 Christine Lacy 1984-85 Anne Davis 1985-86 Christine Lacy 1986-87 Rita Sweeney 1987-88 Beth Vasta 1988-89 Karyl Whitman 1989-90 Tracey Costello 1990-91 Karyl Whitman 1991-92 Carolyn Milano 1992-93 Jennifer Durant 1993-94 Jennifer Durant 1994-95 Jennifer Durant 1995-96 Rebecca Cartee 1996-97 Rebecca Cartee 1997-98 Elizabeth Chambers 1998-99 Elizabeth Chambers 1999-00 Elizabeth Chambers, Nadia Rogala 2000-01 Lauren Gulotta 2001-02 Lauren Gulotta 2002-03 Lyndsey Feldman 2003-04 Lisa Savage 2004-05 Andrea Leininger 2005-06 Jessica Fox 2006-07 Jessica Fox 2007-08 Jessica Fox 2009-10 Meghan Flanagan 2010-11 Marlena Welsh 2011-12 Rachel Schneeberger GOVERNOR’S AWARD (Awarded to the student-athlete who is named the team’s ScholarAthlete more than once) 1994 Jennifer Durant 1995 Jennifer Durant 1997 Rebecca Cartee 1998 Rebecca Cartee 1999 Elizabeth Chambers 2000 Elizabeth Chambers 2002 Lauren Gulotta 2008 Jessica Fox PRESIDENT’S AWARD (Awarded to the student-athlete who achieves a GPA of 4.0 in either semester) 1989-90 Karyl Whitman 1996-97 Rebecca Cartee 1997-98 Rebecca Cartee, Dina Cavallo, Elizabeth Chambers, Kathy Stott, Joanna Tewfick 1998-99 Kathy Stott 1999-2000 Elizabeth Chambers,

2001-02

Nadia Rogala Jessica Apel, Lauren Gulotta

GENNA CAMIOLO AWARD (Awarded to the person who best defines perseverance and a positive team first attitude through the toughest personal trials) 2009 2010 2011 2012

Eileen Ghent Amanda Trendell Annie McGinley Kaitlyn Curran

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 2001 Claire Grooms 2002 Andrea Leininger 2003 Alexis Hiering 2004 Emily Widrick 2005 Kathleen Holley 2006 Nina Frankoski 2007 Karie McGuire 2008 Kathryn Seidman 2009 Mary Moran 2010 Rebecca Alley 2011 Erin Turkot 2012 Megan Clements COACHES AWARD 2001 Kristin Checksfield 2002 Susan Duccilli 2003 Catherine Seals 2004 Genevieve Grossman 2005 Shirah Hamor 2006 Michelle Poole 2007 Jessica Davis 2008 Katherine Parker 2009 Katherine Marino 2010 Rachel Schneeberger 2011 Mary Moran 2012 Danielle Mascera OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2003 Cristina Curiale 2004 Maggie Bopp 2005 Kate Shomo 2006 Katie Batiuk 2007 Katie Batiuk 2008 Brooke Cantwell 2009 Brooke Cantwell 2010 Brooke Cantwell 2011 Katie Marino and Lindsey Watts 2012 Stephanie Anderson MIDFIELD PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2003 Melissa Mosey 2004 Catherine Seals 2005 Anne Marchitello 2006 Jamie Farewell 2007 Jamie Farewell 2008 Mary Cryan 2009 Marlena Welsh 2010 Marlena Welsh 2011 Marlena Welsh 2012 Ali Steinberg DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2003 Kristin Checksfield 2004 Jamie Farewell 2005 Lyndsey Feldman 2006 Anne Marchitello 2007 Anne Marchitello 2008 Emily Penn 2009 Emily Penn 2010 Emily Penn and Faith Richards 2011 Rebecca Alley 2012 Rebecca Alley RUTGERS OLYMPIC SPORTS HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES 1994 Elizabeth McGuire 1998 Elizabeth Ferrara 2000 Heather Jones 2002 Heidi Faith


RUTGERS RECORD BOOK SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

Goals 1. Heather Jones.................................................60................................................... 1993 2. Denise Reed......................................................57................................................... 1990 3. Marilyn Reilly......................................................56................................................... 1984 4. Dina Cavallo.......................................................53................................................... 1998 5. Rita Sweeney.....................................................51................................................... 1986 Assists 1. Danielle Mascera............................................34................................................... 2012 2. Nancy Isenberg................................................28................................................... 1980 3. Denise Reed......................................................26................................................... 1990 Cristina Curiale................................................26................................................... 2003 5. Elizabeth Chambers.......................................25................................................... 1998 6. Mindy Teplick.....................................................23................................................... 1980 Jill Norton...........................................................23................................................... 2001 Katie Batiuk.......................................................23................................................... 2006 Meghan Flanagan...........................................23................................................... 2008 Meghan Flanagan...........................................23................................................... 2010 Points 1. Denise Reed......................................................83................................................... 1990 2. Heather Jones.................................................70................................................... 1993 3. Rita Sweeney.....................................................65................................................... 1986 Elizabeth Chambers.......................................65................................................... 1999 5. Marilyn Reilly......................................................64................................................... 1984 Ground balls 1. Connie Williams...............................................137................................................ 1980 2. Nancy Isenberg................................................108................................................ 1980 3. Connie Williams...............................................106................................................ 1982 4. Connie Williams...............................................103................................................ 1981 5. Janice Dinn........................................................98................................................... 1981 Caused Turnovers 1. Robin Erthal.......................................................47................................................... 1998 2. Kristin Checksfield..........................................41................................................... 2002 3. Regan Teti..........................................................40................................................... 1998 4. Jaime Whitlock................................................34................................................... 1998 Robin Erthal.......................................................34................................................... 1999 Kristin Checksfield..........................................34................................................... 2003 Draw Controls 1. Linda Larsen......................................................141................................................ 1981 2. Cathy Pecha.......................................................127................................................ 1983 3. Cathy Pecha.......................................................102................................................ 1982 4. Brooke Cantwell...............................................55................................................... 2008 5. Rebecca Alley...................................................48................................................... 2012 6. Ali Steinberg......................................................40................................................... 2010 Pearl Park..........................................................40................................................... 1999 8. Jaime Whitlock................................................38................................................... 1998 Saves 1. Michele Pagnotto............................................275................................................ 1987 2. Maria Grant.......................................................254................................................ 1985 3. Michele Pagnotto............................................230................................................ 1988 4. Maria Grant.......................................................225................................................ 1986 5. Janet Swanson.................................................223 ............................................. 1978 Michele Pagnotto...........................................223................................................ 1989

DID YOU KNOW? Katie Batiuk (2004-07) finished her illustrious career second all-time in goals (160), third in assists (56), second in points (216), seventh in caused turnovers (69) and third in draw controls (120).

CAREER RECORDS

Goals 1. Heather Jones ................................................173 .......................................1991-94 2. Katie Batiuk........................................................160.........................................2004-07 3. Denise Reed.......................................................149 .......................................1988-90 3. Marilyn Reilly......................................................140 .......................................1982-85 4. Brooke Cantwell..............................................134.........................................2007-10 5. Karen Callaway.................................................122.........................................1986-89 Elizabeth Chambers.......................................122 .................................1997-2000 Assists 1. Denise Reed......................................................83 ..........................................1987-90 2. Meghan Flanagan...........................................75............................................2007-10 3. Elizabeth Chambers.......................................66 ....................................1997-2000 4. Katie Batiuk........................................................56............................................2004-07 5. Brandi Bailey......................................................53 ..........................................1994-97 6. Brooke Cantwell..............................................48............................................2007-10 7. Amy Horne.........................................................46 ..........................................1982-85 Points (100-plus club) 1. Denise Reed....................................................232 .......................................1987-90 2. Katie Batiuk.....................................................216.........................................2004-07 3. Heather Jones...............................................206.........................................1991-94 4. Elizabeth Chambers.....................................188...................................1997-2000 5. Brooke Cantwell............................................182.........................................2007-10 6. Marilyn Reilly...................................................171.........................................1982-85 7. Brandi Bailey...................................................155.........................................1994-97 8. Connie Williams.............................................153.........................................1979-82 9. Elizabeth Ferrara..........................................149.........................................1981-84 10. Karen Callaway..............................................145.........................................1986-89 11. Dina Cavallo.....................................................139.........................................1995-98 12. Lori Mather......................................................135.........................................1978-81 Amanda Mazzarella.....................................135.........................................1996-99 14. Amy Horne.......................................................130.........................................1982-85 Rita Sweeney..................................................130.........................................1984-87 16. Kristen Anderson..........................................105.........................................2008-11 17. Marlena Welsh..............................................104.........................................2008-11 18. Ali Steinberg....................................................103.........................................2009-12 Ground balls 1. Connie Williams...............................................346.........................................1979-82 2. Elizabeth Ferrara.............................................185.........................................1981-84 3. Marilyn Reilly......................................................171.........................................1982-85 4. Kristen Arner....................................................168.........................................1993-96 5. Lori Mather........................................................166.........................................1978-81 Caused Turnovers 1. Kristin Checksfield..........................................109.........................................2000-03 2. Nadia Rogala.....................................................83.............................1996, 98-2000 3. Robin Erthal.......................................................81............................................1996-99 4. Catherine Seals................................................76............................................2002-05 5. Elizabeth Chambers.......................................75......................................1997-2000 6. Anne Marchitello.............................................73............................................2004-07 7. Katie Batiuk........................................................69............................................2004-07 Draw Controls 1. Cathy Pecha.......................................................229.........................................1982-83 2. Linda Larsen......................................................141.........................................1978-81 3. Brooke Cantwell...............................................140.........................................2007-10 4. Katie Batiuk........................................................120.........................................2004-07 5. Pearl Park...........................................................91............................................1996-99 6. Jaime Whitlock................................................74............................................1996-99 Michelle Poole..................................................74......................................2006-2009 7. Sue Trimble........................................................63............................................1988-91 Kristen Arner....................................................63............................................1993-96 Saves 1. Michele Pagnotto............................................911.........................................1987-90 2. Paula Chamoun................................................800 .......................................1995-98 3. Lauren Gulotta..................................................582 .................................1999-2002 4. Lyndsey Feldman.............................................508.........................................2002-05 5. Maria Grant.......................................................502 .......................................1982-86 6. Karyl Whitman.................................................419 .......................................1991-93

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RUTGERS RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Career Goals:.................................................. Heather Jones, 1991-94.........................................173 Assists:.............................................. Denise Reed, 1987-90.................................................83 Points:................................................ Denise Reed, 1987-90..............................................232 Draw Controls:............................... Cathy Pecha, 1982-83..............................................229 Caused Turnovers:....................... Kristin Checksfield, 2000-03..................................109 Ground Balls:.................................. Connie WIlliams, 1979-82.......................................346 Saves:................................................. Michele Pagnotto, 1987-90...................................911 Season Goals:.................................................. Heather Jones, 1993...................................................60 Assists:.............................................. Danielle Mascera, 2012..............................................34 Points:................................................ Denise Reed, 1990........................................................83 Draw Controls:............................... Linda Larsen, 1981.....................................................141 Caused Turnovers:....................... Robin Erthal, 1998.........................................................47 Ground Balls:.................................. Connie WIlliams, 1980..............................................137 Saves:................................................. Michele Pagnotto, 1987...........................................275 Game Goals:...................................Denise Reed vs. Fordham, 4/19/1990............................10 Assists:...............................Meghan Flanagan at Temple, 2/25/2009.........................7 ...............................................Robin Cincotta vs. Philadelphia Textile, 3/29/1990......7 Points:.................................Denise Reed vs. Fordham, 4/19/1990............................16 Draw Controls:................Ali Steinberg vs. Connecticut, 4/3/10...............................10 Caused Turnovers:........Regan Teti vs. Monmouth, 3/30/1998...............................7 ...............................................Kristin Checksfield vs. Hofstra, 3/15/2003......................7 Ground Balls:...................Adriane Esposito vs. Ursinus, 4/24/1990......................10 ...............................................Robin Erthal vs. Hofstra, 4/1/1998...................................10 Saves:..................................Janet Swanson, 1978..................................................................34

TEAM RECORDS Most Goals Scored (match):...................................vs. Swarthmore, 28, 4/27/1985 ..................................................................................................... vs. Fordham, 28, 4/19/1990 Most Goals Allowed (match): ..........................................vs. Lafayette, 26, 4/7/1988 Most Goals Scored (conference match): ......vs. Boston College, 19, 4/4/2001 Most Goals Allowed (conference match):.........vs. Notre Dame, 20, 4/20/2008 Most Goals Scored (season):.................................................................................. 220, 1998 Fewest Goals Scored (season):................................................................................ 43, 1977 Most Goals Allowed (season):................................................................................ 200, 1988 Fewest Goals Allowed (season):............................................................................... 97, 1988 Most Games Won (season):...................................................................................... 14, 1999 Fewest Games Won (season):.......................................................................3, 1977, 1991 All-Time Record:............................................................262-278-6 (.485), (546 matches) BIG EAST Record:...................................................................... 31-44 (.413), (75 matches) First Match:.............................................................3/29/1977, L, 1-21 vs. Swarthmore First Win:................................................................................. 4/19/1977, 11-1 vs. Hofstra 100th Win:..........................................................................4/19/1994, 14-8, vs. Villanova 200th Win...................................................................4/26/2005, 7-5, at Saint Joseph’s Longest Winning Streak:......................................... 11 matches, 3/24 - 4/28/1999

COACHING RECORDS Betty Logan, 1977.........................................................................................................3-7 (.300) Jane Norris, 1978-79.......................................................................................... 9-13-3 (.360) Ann Petracco, 1980-1990............................................................................. 66-96-3 (.400) Denise Wescott, 1991-1993............................................................................ 16-23 (.410) Anna Marie Vesco, 1994-2002....................................................................... 81-65 (.555) Laura Brand-Sias, 2003-present.............................................................87-74 (.540)

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A Sandra Abel............................... 2006-09 Andrea Adams.................................2012 Stephanie Alexander.....................1987 Kim Allen..................................... 1982-84 Rebecca Alley........................... 2009-12 Kristen Anderson................... 2008-11 Stephanie Anderson................ 2010Jessica Apel.............................. 2001-03 Kristen Arner........................... 1993-96 Melissa Arthur........................... 2012-

B Danielle Bahto.......................... 1991-92 Brandi Bailey............................. 1994-97 Danielle Bajus........................... 1996-97 Katie Batiuk............................... 2004-07 Rachel Benveneste........................1984 Amy Bergen......................................1981 Brinda Bhatt............................. 1991-94 Mary Jo Blewett..............................1978 Sandy Bloomfield.................... 1987-88 Lisa Blum.................................... 1990-91 Andrea Boeheim............... 1999-2000 Heidi Bolster.....................................1994 Megan Bolster................... 1998-2000 Adrienne Booth....................... 2000-02 Maggie Bopp............................ 2001-04 Stephanie Bordon.................. 1984-85 Patricia Bornheimer............. 1978-79 Anne Bostwick.................................1984 Laura Brand.............................. 1996-99 Nancy Lynn Brewerton................1977 Rachel Bruce............................ 2005-06 Lisa Buttaro......................................1990

C Rebecca Caldwell............................1998 Kim Calhoun.............................. 1984-85 Melissa Callahan.............................1986 Karen Callaway........................ 1986-89 Elissa Canlas............................. 1992-95 Brooke Cantwell ................... 2007-10 Mary Ann Capraro.........................1982 Shavaun Carey......................... 1979-80 Rebecca Cartee...................... 1995-98 Nicole Caruso...................................1988 Dina Marie Cavallo................. 1995-98 Denise Cawley.......................... 1977-78 Elizabeth Chambers........ 1997-2000 Paula Chamoun....................... 1995-98 Kristin Checksfield.................. 2000-03 Florina Cheskis.................................2000 Pam Childs................................. 1983-84 JuMe Chon........................................1990 Aimee Chotikul........................... 2010Robin Cincotta.......................... 1990-93 Nichole Cirillo....................................1986 Megan Clements....................... 2011-

Barbara Coates....................... 1986-89 Kathy Conard............................ 1980-81 Tracey Costello........................ 1988-90 Candice Crough..............................1994, ........................................................ 1996-97 Mary Cryan ............................. 2007-10 Cristina Curiale........................ 2001-04 Kaitlyn Curran.......................... 2009-12 Amanda Cymore.............................2004

D Joy Daly....................................... 1990-91 Candice Dandridge................... 2012Jane Darden............................. 1977-78 Brittany Davis........................... 2010-12 Jessica Davis............................ 2007-08 Marilyn Davis....................................1990 Jodilyn Deem............................ 1990-93 Nancy DeJonge...............................1991 Mary Delano.....................................1985 Corrine DeLussey................... 1987-90 Valerie Depelteau................... 2005-06 Stephanie Dickson.........................2010 Hollie DiMuro.............................. 2011Janice Dinn................................ 1980-81 Anne Dino................................... 1984-85 Rachel Doan.............................. 2006-09 Maureen Donahue.........................1977 Rebecca Donahue.................. 1991-94 Susan Duccilli..................... 1999-2002 Jennifer Durant....................... 1992-95 Mary Beth Dwyer................... 1984-87 Stephanie Dixon ........................... 2010

E Colleen Ekert............................... 2012Robin Erthal............................... 1996-99 Adrienne Esposito.................. 1988-90

F Heidi Faith..........................................1977 Jamie Farewell......................... 2004-07 Stephanie Farrell............................1991 Lyndsey Feldman.................... 2003-05 Elizabeth Ferrara.................... 1981-84 Bridget Finnerty....................... 1992-93 Meghan Flanagan.................. 2007-10 Diane Foster.....................................1977 Jessica Fox................................ 2005-08 Nina Frankoski......................... 2006-09 Janice Fuls................................. 1984-85

G Jessica Gallogly....................... 2000-02 Cathy Gannon...................................1983 Cindy Garboski......................... 1979-80 Diane Gertie.............................. 1986-88 Terese Gertie........................... 1984-87 Eileen Ghent............................. 2008, 10


RUTGERS RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Kathleen Gilbert...................... 1980-82 Jessica Gill..........................1998, 2000 Cheryl Gish.........................................1979 Joanne Givas....................................1978 Carole Glantzow...................... 1978-79 Maria Grant.............................. 1982-86 Nancy Grater....................................2001 Jaclyn Greenbaum................. 2003-04 Claire Grooms.......................... 2000-03 Genevieve Grossman............ 2003-05 Lauren Gulotta................... 1999-2002

H Shirah Hamor........................... 2005-06 Jessica Hardy........................... 1984-86 Tara Hardy.........................................2008 Meredith Harper.................... 1987-89 Lindsay Harris..................................2010 Holly Henschel..................................1977 Alexis Hiering............................ 2002-04 Merrill Hilf................................... 1980-82 Amanda Hobson.............................2005 Kathleen Holley........................ 2003-06 Amy Horne................................. 1982-85 Carlene Hunt............................ 1989-92 Torrey Hunter.......................... 2000-01 Katie Hynes.......................................1992 Judith Harris ................................ 2010

I Chelsea Intrabartola................ 2011Nancy Isenberg....................... 1977-80

J Heather Jones......................... 1991-94

K Lily Kalata..................................... 2010Kathy Kean........................................1983 Mary Kelleher........................... 1982-84 Heather Kenyon..............................2004 Bridget Klapinski..................... 1992-95 Jenni Klenk................................ 2006-09 Kristin Kocher............................ 2012Aileen Kowal.............................. 1992-95 Mary Krebs............................... 1983-85 Patra Krinis............................... 2003-04

L Christine Lacy........................... 1983-86 Carol Larson............................. 1982-84 Linda Larson............................. 1979-81 Mayrav Lavid.....................................1989 Kathryn Lawrence.................. 2006-08 Dana Laws.........................................1991 Andrea Leininger.................... 2002-05 Jackie Lerner........................... 2006-08 Susan Little................................ 1982-83 Shawn Lopez............................. 2008-11 Chantale Louis......................... 1993-94

M Claire MacDougall.................... 2011Deborah Macherione........... 1992-95 Donna MacNair....................... 1986-89 Courtney Madden...........................1992 Sarah Mahon.............................. 2011Michele Madison.................... 1980-82 Kim Maltz...........................................1987 Anne Marchitello.................... 2004-07 Marie Margate........................ 1990-94 Kirsten Marinke..............................1984 Katherine Marino................... 2008-11 Cheryl Martin............................ 1977-78 Katrina Martinelli..................... 2011Carey Marie Marzicola ....... 1983-86 Danielle Mascera................... 2009-12 Lori Mather............................... 1978-81 Amanda Mazzarella............... 1996-99 Pamela McElroy...................... 1989-92 Shannon McElroy...........................1993, ........................................................ 1995-96 Pauline McGann...................... 1993-94 Annie McGinley.......................... 2009Megan McGonagle................ 1998-99 Andree McGuire..................... 1991-93 Elizabeth McGuire...........1982, 1984 Karie McGuire.......................... 2007-10 Carol McIntyre......................... 1979-81 Karen McIntyre...............................1986 Kathleen McNerney.............. 1983-85 Patricia McNerney.........................1986 Lynn Milam........................................1980 Carolyn Milano......................... 1992-95 Kelsey Miller............................... 2011Kristie Miller.............................. 1990-91 Laura Miller............................... 1990-91 Michelle Miller.......................... 1992-93 Mary Moran.............................. 2008-11 Jessica Mosey......................... 2002-03 Melissa Mosey......................... 2001-03 Jennifer Mumford............ 1999-2001 Colleen Murphy................................1984

N Cecilia Navas....................................1994 Pamela Neefe...................................1984 Robyn Norris.....................................1991 Jill Norton............................. 1998-2001

O Roseann O’Brien.............................1985

P Erika Page..........................................2007 Michele Pagnotto................... 1987-90 Judith Papit.......................................1979 Nicol Parceluzzi....................... 1998-99 Grace Anne Park.................... 1993-96 Pearl Park.........................................1996, ........................................................ 1998-99 Cheryl Pascoe.......................... 1984-85

Deborah Payn...................................1977 Kathy Pecha.............................. 1982-83 Katherine Parker.................... 2006-09 Emily Penn.................................. 2007-10 Jill Penrose.......................... 1998-2001 Lori Perril.................................... 2000-01 Megan Pierce........................... 2007-09 Ericka Pierson..................................1988 Audrey Poe........................................1988 Michelle Poole.......................... 2006-09 Andrea Potter..................................2006

Joanna Tewfik..................................1998 Joanne Tirocke........................ 1988-91 Amanda Trendell....................... 2011Susan Trimble.......................... 1988-91 Mallory Tornetta..................... 2006-09 Erin Turkot................................... 2011-

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Denise Reed.............................. 1987-90 Marilyn Reilly............................. 1982-85 Donna Ricca......................................1982 Dinna Rich..........................................1977 Faith Richards.......................... 2008-10 Lindsay Rising........................... 2003-05 Nadia Rogala...................................1996, .................................................. 1998-2000 Kelly Ryan................................... 1987-90

Victoria Waldman.................. 1993-96 Pamela Wall.............................. 1978-81 Lindsey Watts.......................... 2009-12 Rachel Welch ............................ 2010Marlena Welsh........................ 2008-11 Courtney Wernick..........................2005 Jaime Whitlock........................ 1996-99 Karyl Whitman......................... 1990-93 Emily Widrick............................ 2003-05 Brooke Wiley...................... 1998-2000 Connie Williams....................... 1979-82 Sarah Williams................................2006 Nina Willis.................................. 1988-91 Cali Wojdyla............................... 2001-04 Lisa Wright................................ 1986-89

S Vivianne Sahyoun.................... 1996-99 Erika Sauer........................................1979 Lisa Savage............................... 2002-04 Rebecca Savidge............................1990 Lauren Sbrilli............................... 2011Ashley Schauder..................... 2003-05 Melissa Schepacarter.......... 1993-97 Elizabeth Schmidt...........................1986 Jennifer Schmitt.................. .. 2008-10 Rachel Schneeberger.............. 2010Megan Schofield.............................1994 Karen Schuck........................... 1991-92 Betty Ann Scott...............................1978 Catherine Seals..............................2001, ........................................................ 2003-05 Kathryn Seidman.................... 2006-09 Susan Shelton..................................1980 Katherine Shomo.................... 2005-06 Grace Sica.........................................2003 Alison Simonton..............................1992 Kate Slotman............................ 2000-03 Nicole Smartt...................................2008 Sarah Soden............................. 2004-06 Patricia Soh.......................................1994 Kaja Stamnes........................... 2007-08 Ali Steinberg.............................. 2009-12 Michelle Stojanov............................1994 Kathy Stott................................. 1997-99 Jill Sugalski.........................................1993 Janet Diane Swanson........... 1977-78 Kathleen Sweeney.................. 1978-79 Rita Sweeney............................ 1984-87 Lori Szentgyorgyi.............................1985

V Lauren Vader...................... 1999-2000 Beth A. Vasta............................ 1985-88 Ashley Vida........................................2004

Y Susan Yu.............................................1994

Z Michelle Zaffuto...............................2010 Denise Zajac............................. 1984-85 Lissa Zaleski.............................. 1985-88 Jennifer Zar.............................. 1993-94 Bold indicates current student-athlete

T Melinda Teplick........................ 1977-80 Regan Teti.................................. 1996-99

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RUTGERS RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME RESULTS 1977 (3-7) Head Coach: Betty Logan 3/29..........Swarthmore................................. L...................1-21 4/1.............Temple................................................. L...................3-10 4/5.............at Glassboro........................................ L...................4-15 4/16..........Kutztown........................................ L......................3-7 4/19..........Hofstra.............................................W..................11-1 4/21..........at Princeton........................................ L...................2-11 4/26..........at Lehigh..............................................W..................12-9 4/28..........at East Stroudsburg........................ L...................1-18 5/3.............at Trenton State (TCNJ)...............W.....................4-2 5/4.............at Ursinus............................................. L...................2-17

1978 (4-8) Head Coach: Jane Norris 3/28..........at Swarthmore.................................W.....................5-4 3/30..........at Temple............................................. L...................3-11 4/3.............Villanova.........................................W.....................8-0 4/8.............at Delaware......................................... L...................2-10 4/11..........Lehigh.................................................W.....................8-5 4/15..........at Kutztown......................................... L......................4-9 4/18..........Glassboro....................................... L......................3-4 4/20..........Princeton......................................... L......................3-5 4/26..........East Stroudsburg.................... L...................2-12 4/29..........at Penn State..................................... L...................2-19 5/2.............Trenton State (TCNJ).............W.....................6-5 5/4.............Ursinus.............................................. L...................2-13

1979 (5-5-3) Head Coach: Jane Norris 3/30..........Swarthmore................................. T......................4-4 3/31..........at Ursinus............................................. L...................6-15 4/7.............Kutztown.......................................W..................13-5 4/10..........at Lehigh............................................... L...................4-17 4/17..........at Glassboro........................................ L...................9-10 4/19..........at Princeton........................................ T......................7-7 4/21..........at East Stroudsburg.......................W.....................9-7 4/23..........Temple................................................W.....................8-7 4/24..........Delaware........................................W...............13-11 4/28..........Penn State....................................... L...................6-15 5/1.............at Trenton State (TCNJ)................ T................13-13 5/3.............at Hofstra............................................W..................21-8 5/5.............Maryland........................................ L...................5-11

1980 (6-9) Head Coach: Ann Petracco 3/25..........Ursinus.............................................. L...................1-24 3/26..........Lehigh.................................................. L......................7-8 3/28..........at Swarthmore.................................W..................10-4 4/3.............Montclair.......................................W..................19-5 4/5.............at Temple............................................. L...................3-15 4/8.............at Delaware......................................... L...................6-13 4/11..........Colgate.............................................W..................11-2 4/15..........Glassboro......................................W.....................4-2 4/17..........at West Chester............................... L...................3-10 4/19..........at Kutztown........................................W.....................7-6 4/21..........Princeton......................................... L......................5-8 4/23..........East Stroudsburg...................W.....................8-6 4/26..........at Penn State..................................... L...................3-10 5/2.............Trenton State (TCNJ).............. L......................6-8 5/3.............at Maryland......................................... L...................7-13

1981 (4-9-1) Head Coach: Ann Petracco 3/19..........at William & Mary............................ L...................4-16 3/24..........at Ursinus............................................. L...................8-15 4/2.............at Montclair........................................W.....................9-8 4/4.............Temple................................................. L......................6-7 4/7.............Delaware......................................... L......................3-8 4/9.............at Lehigh............................................... L......................4-6 4/11..........at Glassboro.......................................W..................14-7 4/15..........West Chester................................ T......................4-4 4/16..........Rhode Island................................. L......................4-5 4/18..........Penn State....................................... L...................6-13 4/20..........at Princeton........................................ L...................7-12

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4/22..........at East Stroudsburg.......................W..................11-2 4/25..........Maryland........................................ L...................3-14 4/28..........at Trenton State (TCNJ)...............W.....................7-6

1982 (4-10) Head Coach: Ann Petracco 3/23..........Ursinus.............................................. L...................9-15 3/25..........at Rhode Island.................................W.....................6-5 3/30..........at Delaware......................................... L...................1-15 4/1.............Montclair.......................................W..................18-2 4/3.............at Temple............................................. L...................1-12 4/12..........Princeton........................................W.....................7-6 4/15..........at West Chester............................... L...................5-10 4/17..........at Penn State..................................... L...................3-25 4/21..........East Stroudsburg...................W.....................6-3 4/24..........at Maryland......................................... L...................4-11 4/24..........vs. Old Dominion................................ L...................7-10 4/28..........Glassboro....................................... L......................7-8 4/29..........Trenton State (TCNJ).............. L......................3-7 5/3.............Lehigh.................................................. L......................4-7

1983 (4-9) Head Coach: Ann Petracco 3/22..........Swarthmore................................W.....................8-5 3/29..........at Ursinus............................................. L...................7-22 4/2.............Temple................................................. L...................5-19 4/5.............Delaware......................................... L...................3-20 4/7.............at Lehigh............................................... L......................5-7 4/9.............at Glassboro........................................ L................10-11 4/12..........at Montclair........................................W..................16-0 4/16..........Penn State....................................... L...................5-20 4/23..........Maryland........................................ L...................3-12 4/27..........West Chester................................ L................10-12 4/30..........Old Dominion................................W..................10-9 5/2.............at East Stroudsburg.......................W..................12-8 5/4.............at Trenton State (TCNJ)................ L...................5-10

1984 (7-8-1) Head Coach: Ann Petracco 3/20..........at Swarthmore.................................W..................15-7 3/22..........Ursinus.............................................W.....................7-6 3/31..........at Temple............................................. L...................2-13 4/3.............at Delaware......................................... L...................3-21 4/10..........Harvard............................................ L......................5-7 4/11..........Montclair.......................................W..................14-3 4/12..........at Lafayette......................................... L......................5-7 4/14..........at Penn State..................................... L...................4-16 4/17..........Towson.............................................. T................13-13 4/20..........at Maryland......................................... L...................2-12 4/24..........Trenton State (TCNJ).............W..................12-9 4/25..........Lehigh.................................................. L...................5-10 4/26..........at West Chester..............................W..................10-5 4/28..........East Stroudsburg...................W..................18-4 4/29..........Massachusetts........................... L...................8-10 5/1.............Glassboro......................................W..................20-9

1985 (7-8) Head Coach: Ann Petracco 3/26..........Delaware......................................... L................14-19 3/28..........at Montclair........................................W..................16-2 3/30..........Temple................................................. L...................2-16 4/4.............at Lehigh............................................... L...................5-17 4/5.............Old Dominion................................W.....................7-6 4/6.............West Chester................................ L......................5-9 4/11..........Lafayette.........................................W..................10-6 4/13..........Penn State....................................... L...................4-16 4/17..........at East Stroudsburg........................ L...................9-10 4/20..........Maryland........................................ L...................8-15 4/23..........at Trenton State (TCNJ)...............W..................11-8 4/25..........at Ursinus............................................W.....................6-5 4/27..........Swarthmore................................W..................28-2 4/28..........at Massachusetts............................ L...................4-12 4/30..........at Glassboro.......................................W..................16-7

1986 (9-6-1) Head Coach: Ann Petracco 3/29..........at Temple............................................. L...................2-10 4/1.............at Hofstra............................................W..................13-1 4/3.............Lehigh.................................................. L......................5-9 4/5.............at West Chester............................... L......................6-9 4/6.............Old Dominion................................W.....................5-4 4/10..........at Lafayette........................................W.....................6-3 4/12..........at Penn State..................................... L...................5-14 4/13..........at Bucknell..........................................W..................14-3 4/19..........at Maryland......................................... L...................7-13 4/20..........at Towson............................................W..................20-8 4/22..........Trenton State (TCNJ).............. T......................6-6 4/26..........Ursinus.............................................. L...................0-13 4/27..........Massachusetts..........................W...............12-11 4/29..........Glassboro......................................W..................19-9 4/30..........East Stroudsburg...................W..................13-5 5/2.............at Swarthmore.................................W..................15-4

1987 (5-10) Head Coach: Ann Petracco 3/23..........at Glassboro.......................................W..................21-5 3/28..........Temple................................................. L...................2-16 3/31..........Hofstra.............................................W..................10-6 4/2.............at Lehigh............................................... L...................5-10 4/4.............Old Dominion................................. L......................8-9 4/5.............West Chester................................ L...................7-10 4/7.............at Drew.................................................W.....................8-7 4/9.............Lafayette.......................................... L...................6-11 4/11..........Penn State....................................... L...................2-21 4/12..........Bucknell..........................................W..................15-8 4/15..........at East Stroudsburg.......................W.....................7-6 4/18..........Maryland........................................ L...................2-13 4/21..........at Trenton State (TCNJ)................ L...................3-13 4/26..........at Massachusetts............................ L...................3-17 4/28..........Ursinus.............................................. L...................5-12

1988 (4-11) Head Coach: Ann Petracco 3/29..........at Hofstra............................................W.....................8-6 3/31..........at Temple............................................. L...................4-25 4/7.............Drew...................................................W..................14-9 4/8.............at Lafayette......................................... L...................9-26 4/9.............at Penn State..................................... L...................1-25 4/10..........at Bucknell..........................................W.....................8-7 4/12..........at West Chester............................... L......................6-7 4/16..........at Maryland......................................... L...................2-12 4/17..........vs. Northwestern.............................. L......................3-6 4/19..........Trenton State (TCNJ).............. L................11-12 4/24..........Massachusetts........................... L................10-12 4/26..........Ursinus.............................................. L...................5-21 4/28..........Lehigh.................................................. L...................6-15 4/30..........Glassboro......................................W..................10-5 5/2.............East Stroudsburg.................... L................11-12

1989 (6-10) Head Coach: Ann Petracco 3/28..........Hofstra.............................................W.....................9-7 3/30..........Temple................................................. L......................4-6 4/1.............West Chester................................ L...................9-12 4/2.............Old Dominion................................. L...................3-11 4/4.............at Drew.................................................W..................12-5 4/6.............Lafayette.......................................... L...................4-14 4/8.............Penn State....................................... L...................2-17 4/9.............Bucknell..........................................W.....................8-7 4/11..........at East Stroudsburg.......................W..................17-2 4/15..........Maryland........................................ L...................8-11 4/18..........at Trenton State (TCNJ)................ L................11-19 4/22..........at Massachusetts............................ L...................5-13 4/25..........at Ursinus............................................. L...................5-18 4/27..........at Lehigh............................................... L...................9-15 4/29..........at Glassboro.......................................W.....................7-6 5/2.............Drexel................................................W..................16-8


RUTGERS RECORD BOOK 1990 (10-6) Head Coach: Ann Petracco 3/27..........at Hofstra............................................W.....................9-7 3/29..........Philadelphia Textile...............W..................17-2 4/2.............at Kutztown........................................W.....................6-4 4/3.............Drew...................................................W..................12-5 4/5.............at Lafayette......................................... L...................7-19 4/8.............at Bucknell..........................................W.....................8-4 4/10..........East Stroudsburg...................W..................16-6 4/11..........at West Chester..............................W..................13-3 4/14..........at Maryland......................................... L...................3-18 4/17..........Trenton State (TCNJ).............. L......................6-7 4/19..........Fordham..........................................W..................28-0 4/21..........Massachusetts........................... L......................5-9 4/24..........Ursinus.............................................. L...................8-12 4/26..........Lehigh.................................................W.....................8-7 4/28..........at Yale.................................................... L...................5-11 5/1.............at Drexel..............................................W..................14-7

1991 (3-9) Head Coach: Denise Wescott 3/15..........William & Mary........................... L...................0-12 3/23..........Cornell.............................................. L...................2-12 3/25..........Georgetown.................................. L......................7-8 3/26..........Hofstra.............................................W.....................9-5 3/28..........at Philadelphia Textile....................W..................11-6 4/2.............at Ursinus............................................. L................10-14 4/7.............at Harvard............................................ L...................0-16 4/13..........Drexel................................................. L................11-12 4/16..........at Trenton State (TCNJ)................ L...................5-16 4/18..........Shippensburg............................... L...................7-10 4/23..........Villanova.........................................W..................11-9 4/25..........at Lehigh............................................... L...................5-10

1992 (6-7) Head Coach: Denise Wescott 3/12..........at Towson............................................. L................10-18 3/21..........at Georgetown..................................W..................10-4 3/24..........Hofstra.............................................W...............12-11 3/25..........Lehigh.................................................. L......................4-9 3/28..........Bucknell........................................... L......................5-8 4/2.............Philadelphia Textile...............W..................14-4 4/5.............Harvard............................................ L...................5-16 4/8.............at American.......................................W.....................9-2 4/11..........at Drexel............................................... L...................0-16 4/14..........Trenton State (TCNJ).............. L...................6-12 4/21..........at Villanova..........................................W...............11-10 4/25..........at Yale.................................................... L...................3-13 4/29..........at Shippensburg...............................W...............17-10

1993 (7-7) Head Coach: Denise Wescott 3/25..........at Lehigh............................................... L...................9-15 3/27..........Drexel................................................. L......................6-9 3/30..........at Bucknell..........................................W.....................9-7 4/1.............Philadelphia Textile...............W..................23-5 4/7.............American..........................................W..................12-6 4/10..........Georgetown.................................. L................11-12 4/11..........at Cornell.............................................. L......................3-7 4/13..........at Trenton State (TCNJ)................ L...................3-15 4/17..........Massachusetts..........................W.....................9-5 4/18..........at Harvard............................................ L................10-20 4/20..........Villanova.........................................W.....................9-5 4/22..........Hofstra.............................................W...............18-14 4/26..........Yale........................................................ L...................4-15 4/28..........at Shippensburg...............................W...............17-16

1994 (7-8) Head Coach: Anna Marie Vesco 3/22..........Vermont............................................ L................10-15 3/24..........Lehigh.................................................. L...................9-10 3/29..........Towson.............................................W..................12-9 3/31..........Pennsylvania...............................W..................10-5 4/4.............Bucknell..........................................W..................16-3 4/9.............at Georgetown................................... L................14-21 4/10..........at American.......................................W..................12-6 4/12..........Trenton State (TCNJ)..................... L................15-17 4/16..........Massachusetts.................................W...............21-11

4/19..........at Villanova..........................................W..................14-8 4/21..........at Hofstra............................................. L...................9-16 4/25..........at Yale.................................................... L...................7-16 4/29..........at Shippensburg...............................W...............12-11 4/30..........at Colgate............................................. L...................4-12 5/1.............at Cornell.............................................. L................11-22

1995 (6-10) Head Coach: Anna Marie Vesco 3/11..........Brown..................................................... L......................4-7 3/23..........at Lehigh............................................... L...................9-15 3/25..........at Bucknell..........................................W.....................8-3 3/28..........at Towson............................................. L......................8-9 3/29..........Shippensburg..................................... L......................5-8 4/1.............at Saint Joseph’s.............................W..................13-3 4/4.............Hofstra.................................................. L......................4-5 4/8.............Georgetown........................................W...............13-12 4/11..........at Maryland......................................... L...................1-18 4/14..........at Vermont.........................................W..................11-7 4/15..........at Massachusetts...........................W.....................6-4 4/18..........Villanova...............................................W.....................7-3 4/22..........at Boston College............................. L......................7-9 4/24..........Yale.......................................................... L................10-13 4/26..........at Pennsylvania.................................. L...................8-13 4/26..........Colgate.................................................. L...................9-13

1996 (9-7) Head Coach: Anna Marie Vesco 3/19..........at Lafayette......................................... L...................7-13 3/21..........Lehigh..................................................... L......................3-4 3/2.............Bucknell................................................W..................15-5 3/26..........Towson.................................................W.....................6-3 3/28..........at Brown............................................... L...................3-14 3/30..........Saint Joseph’s...................................W.....................9-4 4/2.............at Hofstra............................................. L......................8-9 4/4.............Boston College..................................W.....................9-8 4/6.............at Shippensburg...............................W..................15-4 4/10..........Maryland............................................... L...................2-20 4/13..........Massachusetts.................................W.....................9-8 4/16..........at Villanova..........................................W.....................9-7 4/17..........at Monmouth.....................................W..................15-6 4/20..........at Georgetown................................... L...................6-12 4/27..........Penn State..........................................W.....................7-6 ECAC Tournament 5/4.............at Lehigh*............................................ L...................8-11

1997 (12-5) Head Coach: Anna Marie Vesco 3/11..........at Towson............................................. L......................8-9 3/15..........Brown....................................................W.....................9-5 3/18..........Lafayette..............................................W..................13-5 3/20..........at Lehigh............................................... L......................6-8 3/23..........at Boston University.......................W..................14-1 3/29..........at Saint Joseph’s.............................W..................17-7 4/4.............Villanova...............................................W.....................9-2 4/7.............at Bucknell..........................................W..................12-3 4/12..........at Massachusetts...........................W..................11-6 4/14..........Hofstra.................................................W.....................9-4 4/17..........at Pennsylvania.................................W..................10-9 4/19..........Georgetown......................................... L......................5-8 4/22..........Wagner................................................W..................21-0 4/26..........at Temple............................................. L...................3-14 4/28..........at Boston College............................W..................13-9 4/30..........Yale .......................................................W..................10-7 ECAC Tournament 5/4.............at Yale.................................................... L......................5-6

1998 (12-6) Head Coach: Anna Marie Vesco 3/4.............Towson.................................................. L...................8-11 3/14..........at Brown..............................................W.....................7-6 3/18..........at Delaware......................................... L...................9-10 3/22..........Syracuse..........................................W..................15-9 3/26..........at Lafayette........................................W..................14-3 3/28..........Boston College..........................W.....................7-1 3/30..........Monmouth......................................W..................16-4 4/1.............at Hofstra............................................. L................10-12 4/4.............Saint Joseph’s..............................W..................20-3

4/8.............at Connecticut...................................W..................16-5 4/14..........Temple................................................. L......................9-7 4/16..........Pennsylvania...............................W..................13-7 4/18..........at Georgetown................................... L...................9-13 4/23..........at Old Dominion................................W..................10-7 4/26..........at Villanova..........................................W..................18-7 4/29..........at Yale...................................................W..................18-8 ECAC Tournament 5/9.............vs. Lafayette.......................................W...............12-11 5/10..........at Penn State..................................... L...................9-14

1999 (14-3) Head Coach: Anna Marie Vesco 3/7.............at Towson............................................W..................12-7 3/10..........Brown...............................................W..................11-3 3/13..........at Princeton........................................ L...................7-13 3/17..........Delaware........................................W..................10-8 3/20..........Old Dominion................................. L......................5-6 3/24..........Lafayette.........................................W..................14-3 3/27..........vs. Boston College...........................W..................21-7 3/31..........Hofstra.............................................W.....................9-4 4/3.............Georgetown.................................W..................13-9 4/10..........at Syracuse........................................W.....................9-8 4/14..........at Pennsylvania.................................W..................15-3 4/17..........Connecticut..................................W..................21-5 4/22..........at Temple............................................W.....................8-5 4/24..........at Saint Joseph’s.............................W..................16-6 4/26..........Villanova.........................................W..................21-3 4/28..........Yale.......................................................W.....................6-4 NCAA First Round 5/5.............at James Madison........................... L...................6-11

2000 (7-8) Head Coach: Anna Marie Vesco 3/5.............Princeton......................................... L......................7-9 3/12..........Cornell.............................................. L...................7-11 3/15..........at Delaware......................................... L...................9-15 3/18..........at Old Dominion................................. L......................8-9 3/20..........Virginia Tech..................................W.....................7-6 3/22..........at Lafayette........................................W.....................9-6 3/29..........at Hofstra............................................W.....................8-7 4/1.............at Georgetown................................... L...................6-16 4/6.............at Villanova..........................................W..................16-8 4/8.............Syracuse........................................... L...................6-13 4/12..........Pennsylvania...............................W...............15-11 4/15..........at Connecticut...................................W...............13-11 4/24..........at Brown............................................... L................10-13 4/26..........at Yale.................................................... L......................3-9 4/29..........Notre Dame....................................W..................14-7

2001 (7-9, 2-4 BIG EAST) Head Coach: Anna Marie Vesco 3/3.............at Virginia Tech*............................... L...................8-11 3/7.............at Princeton........................................ L...................3-16 3/10..........at Cornell.............................................. L...................6-15 3/14..........Delaware......................................... L...................5-12 3/17..........Marist................................................W..................21-1 3/21..........Lafayette.........................................W.....................8-3 3/27..........at Saint Joseph’s.............................W..................16-6 3/31..........Georgetown*............................... L...................5-13 4/4.............Boston College*.......................W..................19-7 4/7.............at Syracuse*...................................... L...................7-12 4/10..........at Pennsylvania.................................. L......................5-6 4/14..........Connecticut*...............................W..................12-9 4/17..........Hofstra...........................................L OT.............10-11 4/23..........Villanova.........................................W..................12-4 4/25..........Yale.......................................................W..................10-3 4/29..........at Notre Dame*............................... L...................8-12 * indicates BIG EAST conference match

2002 (7-9, 2-4 BIG EAST) Head Coach: Anna Marie Vesco 3/2.............VIRGINIA TECH*................................ L . ...................8-9 3/6.............MANHATTAN....................................W ................16-1 3/9.............CORNELL.............................................. L......................5-9 3/13..........at Delaware......................................... L................10-11 3/16..........MARIST................................................W ................14-2 3/21..........at Lafayette......................................... L . ...................6-9

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RUTGERS RECORD BOOK 3/23..........at Hofstra............................................. L ...............10-12 3/26..........SAINT JOSEPH’S..............................W ................13-8 3/30..........at Georgetown*................................ L...................9-17 4/3.............at Villanova..........................................W..................11-5 4/6.............SYRACUSE*.......................................W..................10-9 4/10..........PENNSYLVANIA...............................W.....................6-5 4/13..........at Connecticut*.............................L OT.............11-12 4/21..........at Boston College*.........................W ...................7-5 4/24..........at Yale.................................................... L . ...................4-8 4/28..........NOTRE DAME*.................................. L . ...................2-9 * indicates BIG EAST conference match

2003 (12-4, 3-3 BIG EAST) Head Coach: Laura Brand-Sias 3/8.............at Cornell.............................................. L...................7-14 3/11..........DELAWARE........................................W..................12-6 3/15..........HOFSTRA.............................................W...............11-10 3/19..........at Monmouth.....................................W..................15-5 3/21..........at Saint Joseph’s.............................W..................12-5 3/26..........at Marist..............................................W..................17-3 3/30..........GEORGETOWN*............................... L......................5-6 4/1.............at Pennsylvania.................................W.....................9-8 4/5.............at Syracuse*...................................... L......................6-8 4/9.............YALE.......................................................W...............15-12 4/12..........CONNECTICUT*...............................W.....................9-6 4/15..........MANHATTAN....................................W..................21-2 4/19..........BOSTON COLLEGE*.......................W..................11-9 4/21..........VIRGINIA TECH*..............................W.....................9-5 4/23..........VILLANOVA*......................................W..................14-4 4/27..........at Notre Dame*............................... L...................6-13 * indicates BIG EAST conference match

2004 (7-8, 3-3 BIG EAST) Head Coach: Laura Brand-Sias 2/28..........NORTHWESTERN............................ L................14-13 3/2.............at Hofstra............................................W..................12-7 3/6.............at Delaware........................................W..................12-8 3/10..........PENN.....................................................W..................11-4 3/14..........CORNELL.............................................. L......................6-8 3/19..........at Virginia Tech*............................... L...................7-16 3/29..........at Georgetown*................................ L...................6-13 3/31..........at Villanova..........................................W..................14-5 4/3.............SYRACUSE*........................................ L...................5-15 4/7.............at Yale.................................................... L...................8-10 4/10..........at Connecticut*...............................W.....................9-6 4/16..........at Boston College*.........................W..................10-3 4/18..........at New Hampshire........................... L......................8-9 4/25..........NOTRE DAME*.................................W.....................7-6 4/27..........OLD DOMINION................................. L......................8-9 * indicates BIG EAST conference match

2005 (6-10, 1-4 BIG EAST) Head Coach: Laura Brand-Sias 2/26..........Hofstra.................................................. L......................6-8 3/5.............Delaware.............................................. L...................9-12 3/11..........Boston College*...............................W.....11-10 (OT) 3/15..........at Yale...................................................W..................10-7 3/23..........Bucknell................................................W..................18-1 3/26..........Georgetown*...................................... L................10-15 3/28..........OLD DOMINION................................. L......................8-9 4/1.............at Northwestern............................... L...................5-10 4/3.............at Notre Dame*............................... L...................9-12 4/6.............Villanova...............................................W..................15-3 4/10..........Connecticut*...................................... L...................5-11 4/22..........at Syracuse*...................................... L...................9-14 4/24..........Ohio State............................................W..................10-9 4/26..........at Saint Joseph’s.............................W.....................7-5 5/1.............at Cornell.............................................. L................12-13 5/8.............Pennsylvania....................................... L...................6-12 * indicates BIG EAST conference match

2006 (7-9, 1-4 BIG EAST) Head Coach: Laura Brand-Sias 2/26..........northwestern...................................... L...................3-18 3/1.............at Hofstra............................................W.....................9-7 3/4.............at Delaware........................................W.....................9-8 3/12..........at Loyola (Md.)*................................. L................10-17 3/15..........MANHATTAN....................................W..................13-7

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3/19..........SAINT JOSEPH’S..............................W..................11-8 3/22..........MONMOUTH......................................W..................14-5 3/25..........at Georgetown*................................ L...................7-15 3/27..........at Old Dominion................................. L................11-12 3/31..........TEMPLE................................................. L................10-11 4/8.............at Connecticut*...............................W...............14-12 4/15..........SYRACUSE*........................................ L...................8-18 4/23..........NOTRE DAME*.................................. L...................8-13 4/26..........ALBANY...............................................W...............12-11 4/30..........at Ohio State....................................... L...................9-14 *indicates BIG EAST conference match

2007 (12-5, 3-2 BIG EAST) Head Coach: Laura Brand-Sias 2/24..........at Cornell.............................................W.....11-10 (OT) 2/28..........VILLANOVA.........................................W..................19-6 3/3.............DELAWARE........................................W...............15-12 3/7.............PRINCETON......................................... L................10-19 3/11..........LOYOLA (MD.)*................................W..................10-8 3/14..........at Monmouth.....................................W..................11-6 3/21..........HOFSTRA.............................................W...............14-12 3/24..........GEORGETOWN*............................... L......................3-9 3/26..........OLD DOMINION................................W..................11-8 3/30..........at Temple............................................W...............14-10 4/3.............at Saint Joseph’s.............................W..................11-5 4/7.............CONNECTICUT*...............................W...............11-10 4/10..........MANHATTAN....................................W..................18-3 4/13..........at Syracuse*...................................... L................12-21 4/21..........at Notre Dame*..............................W.....................8-7 4/23..........at Northwestern............................... L...................4-15 4/27..........at Syracuse#...................................... L...................7-13 *indicates BIG EAST regular-season conference match #indicates BIG EAST Championship first round match (at Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y.)

2008 (7-10, 2-3 BIG EAST) Head Coach: Laura Brand-Sias 2/24..........No.1 NORTHWESTERN................. L...................4-21 2/28..........at Delaware......................................... L......................6-7 3/2.............CORNELL.............................................. L...................6-10 3/5.............at No. 7 Princeton............................ L...................8-16 3/8.............LOYOLA (Md.)*.................................W...............14-13 3/14..........LOUISVILLE.........................................W...............13-12 3/19..........at Hofstra............................................W.....................9-6 3/22..........at No. 7 Georgetown*................... L...................5-11 3/24..........at Old Dominion................................. L......................6-7 3/28..........vs. No. 18 Denver%........................W......... 10-9 (ot) 4/2.............Saint Joseph’s...................................W..................14-8 4/6.............at Connecticut*...............................W..................10-6 4/9.............Monmouth..........................................W..................14-9 4/12..........No. 5 Syracuse*............................... L...................6-18 4/16..........TEMPLE................................................. L.......... 9-10 (ot) 4/20..........No. 8 Notre Dame........................... L...................9-20 4/25..........No. 5 Syracuse#............................... L...................7-22 % in College Park, Md. *indicates BIG EAST conference match #indicates BIG EAST Championship first round match (at Notre Dame Stadium in Notre Dame, Ind.)

2009 (7-9, 3-4 BIG EAST) Head Coach: Laura Brand-Sias 2/25..........at Temple............................................W..................16-9 2/28..........at No. 16 Cornell.............................. L..............7-8 (ot) 3/4.............at No. 6 Princeton............................ L......................8-9 3/7.............DELAWARE........................................W.............7-6 (ot) 3/11..........at Saint Joseph’s.............................W.....................7-6 3/14..........at No. 1 Northwestern.................. L...................1-24 3/17..........at No. 11 Notre Dame*............... L...................9-18 3/20..........DENVER................................................ L......................8-9 3/23..........HOFSTRA.............................................. L...................7-13 3/27..........No. 13 LOYOLA*.............................W...............12-11 3/29..........No. 6 GEORGETOWN*.................. L......................5-9 4/3.............at Louisville*....................................... L...................8-10 4/5.............at Cincinnati*....................................W...............15-10 4/8.............at Monmouth.....................................W..................11-5 4/11..........at Connecticut*...............................W..................11-6 4/18..........SYRACUSE*........................................ L...................6-15

* indicates BIG EAST Conference match

2010 (11-5, 4-4 BIG EAST) Head Coach: Laura Brand-Sias 2/24..........TEMPLE ..............................................W..................13-3 2/27..........No. 20 CORNELL.............................W.....................8-6 3/3.............at No. 7 Princeton...........................W...............12-11 3/6.............at Delaware........................................W...............12-11 3/10..........SAINT JOESPH’S..............................W..................17-5 3/13..........at Hofstra............................................. L.......... 9-10 (ot) 3/16..........at No. 17 Loyola (Md.)*................. L...................6-18 3/20..........at Denver.............................................W..................11-8 3/28..........at Syracuse*...................................... L................10-17 4/3.............CONNECTICUT*...............................W...............15-10 4/7.............MONMOUTH......................................W..................18-6 4/13 ........at Villanova*.......................................W..................14-6 4/17..........at No. 14 Georgetown*................ L................12-19 4/24..........No. 12 NOTRE DAME*.................W...............12-11 4/30..........LOUISVILLE*....................................... L...................9-14 5/2.............CINCINNATI*.....................................W..................21-8 * indicates BIG EAST Conference match

2011 (9-7, 3-5 BIG EAST) Head Coach: Laura Brand-Sias 2/23..........at Temple............................................W...............11-10 2/26..........at Cornell.............................................W..................11-7 3/2.............NO. 18 PRINCETON........................ L............8-9 (OT) 3/5.............DELAWARE........................................W..................13-5 3/9.............at Saint Joseph’s.............................W..................12-4 3/12..........HOFSTRA.............................................W.....11-10 (OT) 3/16..........NO. 4 PENNSYLVANIA.................. L......................6-9 3/19..........at Connecticut*...............................W..................10-9 3/26..........NO. 11 SYRACUSE*....................... L...................7-11 4/1.............at Notre Dame*............................... L...................6-11 4/5.............at Monmouth.....................................W..................19-9 4/15 ........at Louisville*....................................... L...................8-10 4/17..........at Cincinnati*....................................W..................12-9 4/23..........NO. 6 LOYOLA (MD)*..................... L...................6-15 4/26..........VILLANOVA*......................................W...............13-10 5/1.............NO. 16 GEORGETOWN*............... L......................8-9 * indicates BIG EAST Conference match

2012 (9-7, 4-4 BIG EAST) Head Coach: Laura Brand-Sias 2/22..........Temple................................................. L................11-12 2/25..........Cornell.............................................. L......................7-8 2/29..........at No. 8 Princeton...........................W..11-10 (2OT) 3/7.............at No. 9 Penn..................................... L...................7-15 3/10..........at Hofstra............................................W..................15-7 3/17..........MONMOUTH......................................W..................13-7 3/21..........at Saint Joseph’s.............................W.....................8-7 3/24..........at Fairfield...........................................W..11-10 (2OT) 3/30..........NO. 6 NOTRE DAME*.................... L......12-13 (OT) 4/1.............CONNECTICUT*...............................W..................14-5 4/5.............at Villanova*.......................................W..................13-5 4/7 ...........at No. 2 Syracuse*......................... L................10-15 4/13..........LOUISVILLE*......................................W...............16-11 4/15..........CINCINNATI*.....................................W...............13-10 4/20..........at No. 14 Loyola (Md.)*................. L................11-15 4/28..........at No. 15 Georgetown*................ L......................7-9 * indicates BIG EAST Conference match

CAPS indicate home matches


RUTGERS RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME SERIES VS. OPPONENTS ALBANY (1-0) 4/26/06....................... H.......... W.................. 12-11 AMERICAN (3-0) 4/8/92.......................... A.......... W.........................9-2 4/7/93.......................... H.......... W..................... 12-6 4/10/94....................... A.......... W..................... 12-6 BOSTON COLLEGE (9-1) 4/22/95....................... A............L..........................7-9 4/4/96.......................... H.......... W.........................9-8 4/28/97....................... A.......... W..................... 13-9 3/28/98....................... H.......... W.........................7-1 3/27/99....................... N......... W..................... 21-7 4/4/01.......................... H.......... W..................... 19-7 4/21/02....................... A.......... W.........................7-5 4/19/03....................... H.......... W..................... 11-9 4/16/04....................... A.......... W..................... 10-3 3/11/05....................... H.......... W..........11-10 (ot) BOSTON UNIVERSITY (1-0) 3/23/97....................... A.......... W..................... 14-1 BROWN (3-3) 3/11/95....................... H............L..........................4-7 3/28/96....................... A............L...................... 3-14 3/15/97....................... H.......... W.........................9-5 3/14/98....................... A.......... W.........................7-6 3/10/99....................... H.......... W..................... 11-3 4/24/00....................... A............L................... 10-13 BUCKNELL (11-1) 4/13/86....................... A.......... W..................... 14-3 4/12/87....................... H.......... W..................... 15-8 4/10/88....................... A.......... W.........................8-7 4/9/89.......................... H.......... W.........................8-7 4/8/90.......................... A.......... W.........................8-4 3/28/92....................... H............L..........................5-8 3/30/93....................... A.......... W.........................9-7 4/4/94.......................... H.......... W..................... 16-3 3/25/95....................... A.......... W.........................8-3 3/2/96.......................... H.......... W..................... 15-5 4/7/97.......................... A.......... W..................... 12-3 3/23/05....................... H.......... W..................... 18-1 CINCINNATI (4-0) 4/5/09.......................... A.......... W............... 15-10* 5/2/10 ......................... H.......... W.................. 21-8* 4/17/11....................... A.......... W.................. 12-9* 4/15/12....................... H.......... W............... 13-10* COLGATE (1-2) 4/11/80....................... H.......... W..................... 11-2 4/30/94....................... A............L...................... 4-12 4/26/95....................... H............L...................... 9-13 CONNECTICUT (13-2) 4/8/98.......................... A.......... W..................... 16-5 4/17/99....................... H.......... W..................... 21-5 4/15/00....................... A.......... W.................. 13-11 4/14/01....................... H.......... W.................. 12-9* 4/13/02....................... A............L........11-12* (ot) 4/12/03....................... H.......... W..................... 9-6* 4/10/04....................... A.......... W..................... 9-6* 4/10/05....................... H............L................... 5-11* 4/8/06.......................... A.......... W............... 14-12* 4/7/07.......................... H.......... W............... 11-10* 4/6/08.......................... A.......... W.................. 10-6* 4/11/09....................... A.......... W.................. 11-6* 4/3/10.......................... H.......... W............... 15-10* 3/19/11....................... A.......... W.................. 10-9* 4/1/12.......................... H.......... W.................. 14-5* CORNELL (3-12) 3/23/91....................... H............L...................... 2-12 4/11/93....................... A............L..........................3-7 5/1/94.......................... A............L................... 11-22 3/12/00....................... H............L...................... 7-11 3/10/01....................... A............L...................... 6-15 3/9/02.......................... H............L..........................5-9 3/8/03.......................... A............L...................... 7-14 3/14/04....................... H............L..........................6-8 5/1/05.......................... A............L................... 12-13 2/24/07....................... A.......... W..........11-10 (ot)

3/2/08.......................... H............L...................... 6-10 2/28/09....................... A............L..............7-8 (4ot) 2/28/10....................... H.......... W.........................8-6 2/26/11....................... A.......... W..................... 11-7 2/25/12....................... H............L..........................7-8 DELAWARE (9-13) 4/8/78.......................... A............L...................... 2-10 4/24/79....................... H.......... W.................. 13-11 4/8/80.......................... A............L...................... 6-13 4/7/81.......................... H............L..........................3-8 3/30/82....................... A............L...................... 1-15 4/5/83.......................... H............L...................... 3-20 4/3/84.......................... A............L...................... 3-21 3/26/85....................... H............L................... 14-19 3/18/98....................... A............L...................... 9-10 3/17/99....................... H.......... W..................... 10-8 3/15/00....................... A............L...................... 9-15 3/14/01....................... H............L...................... 5-12 3/13/02....................... A............L................... 10-11 3/11/03....................... H.......... W..................... 12-6 3/6/04.......................... A.......... W..................... 12-8 3/5/05.......................... H............L...................... 9-12 3/4/06.......................... A.......... W.........................9-8 3/3/07.......................... H.......... W.................. 15-12 2/28/08....................... A............L..........................6-7 3/7/09.......................... H.......... W................ 7-6 (ot) 3/6/10.......................... A.......... W.................. 12-11 3/5/11.......................... H.......... W..................... 13-5 DENVER (2-1) 3/28/08.......................N......... W.............10-9 (ot) 3/20/09....................... H............L..........................8-9 3/20/10 ..................... A.......... W..................... 11-8 DREW (4-0) 4/7/87.......................... A.......... W.........................8-7 4/7/88.......................... H.......... W..................... 14-9 4/4/89.......................... A.......... W..................... 12-5 4/3/90.......................... H.......... W..................... 12-5 DREXEL (2-3) 5/2/89.......................... H.......... W..................... 16-8 5/1/90.......................... A.......... W..................... 14-7 4/13/91....................... H............L................... 11-12 4/11/92....................... A............L...................... 0-16 3/27/93....................... H............L..........................6-9 EAST STROUDSBERG (10-4) 4/28/77....................... A............L...................... 1-18 4/26/78....................... H............L...................... 2-12 4/21/79....................... A.......... W.........................9-7 4/23/80....................... H.......... W.........................8-6 4/22/81....................... A.......... W..................... 11-2 4/21/82....................... H.......... W.........................6-3 5/2/83.......................... A.......... W..................... 12-8 4/28/84....................... H.......... W..................... 18-4 4/17/85....................... A............L...................... 8-15 4/30/86....................... H.......... W..................... 13-5 4/15/87....................... A.......... W.........................7-6 5/2/88.......................... H............L................... 11-12 4/11/89....................... A.......... W..................... 17-2 4/10/90....................... H.......... W..................... 16-6 FAIRFIELD (1-0) 3/24/12....................... A.......... W..... 11-10 (2OT) FORDHAM (1-0) 4/19/90....................... H.......... W..................... 28-0 GEORGETOWN (3-19) 3/25/91....................... H............L..........................7-8 3/21/92....................... A.......... W..................... 10-4 4/10/93....................... H............L................... 11-12 4/9/94.......................... A............L................... 14-21 4/8/95.......................... H.......... W.................. 13-12 4/20/96....................... A............L...................... 6-12 4/19/97....................... H............L..........................5-8 4/18/98....................... A............L...................... 9-13 4/3/99.......................... H.......... W..................... 13-9 4/1/00.......................... A............L...................... 6-16 3/31/01....................... H............L................... 5-13* 3/30/02....................... A............L................... 9-17* 3/30/03....................... H............L...................... 5-6*

3/29/04....................... A............L................... 6-13* 3/26/05....................... H............L................ 10-15* 3/25/06....................... A............L................... 7-15* 3/24/07....................... H............L...................... 3-9* 3/22/08....................... A............L................... 5-11* 3/29/09....................... H............L...................... 5-9* 4/17/10....................... A............L................ 19-12* 5/1/11.......................... H............L...................... 8-9* 4/28/12....................... A............L...................... 7-9* GLASSBORO (8-5) 4/5/77.......................... A............L...................... 4-15 4/18/78....................... H............L..........................3-4 4/17/79....................... A............L...................... 9-10 4/15/80....................... H.......... W.........................4-2 4/11/81....................... A.......... W..................... 14-7 4/28/82....................... H............L..........................7-8 4/9/83.......................... A............L................... 10-11 5/1/84.......................... H.......... W..................... 20-9 4/30/85....................... A.......... W..................... 16-7 4/29/86....................... H.......... W..................... 19-9 3/23/87....................... A.......... W..................... 21-5 4/30/88....................... H.......... W..................... 10-5 4/29/89....................... A.......... W.........................7-6 HARVARD (0-4) 4/10/84....................... H............L..........................5-7 4/7/91.......................... A............L...................... 0-16 4/5/92.......................... H............L...................... 5-16 4/18/93....................... A............L................... 10-20 HOFSTRA (20-9) 4/19/77....................... H.......... W..................... 11-1 5/3/79.......................... A.......... W..................... 21-8 4/11/86....................... A.......... W..................... 13-1 3/31/87....................... H.......... W..................... 10-6 3/29/88....................... A.......... W.........................8-6 3/28/89....................... H.......... W.........................9-7 3/27/90....................... A.......... W.........................9-7 3/26/91....................... H.......... W.........................9-5 3/24/92....................... H.......... W.................. 12-11 4/22/93....................... H.......... W..................... 18-4 4/21/94....................... A............L...................... 9-16 4/4/95.......................... H............L..........................4-5 4/2/96.......................... A............L..........................8-9 4/14/97....................... H.......... W.........................9-4 4/1/98.......................... A............L................... 10-12 3/31/99....................... H.......... W.........................9-4 3/29/00....................... A.......... W.........................8-7 4/17/01....................... H............L......... 10-11 (OT) 3/23/02....................... A............L................... 10-12 3/15/03....................... H.......... W.................. 11-10 3/2/04.......................... A.......... W..................... 12-7 2/26/05....................... H............L..........................6-8 3/1/06.......................... A.......... W.........................9-7 3/21/06....................... H.......... W.................. 14-12 3/19/08....................... A.......... W.........................9-6 3/23/09....................... H............L...................... 7-13 3/13/10 ..................... A............L.............10-9 (OT) 3/12/11....................... H.......... W........ 11-10 (OT) 3/10/12....................... A.......... W..................... 15-7

3/24/99....................... H.......... W..................... 14-3 3/22/00....................... A.......... W.........................9-6 3/21/01....................... H.......... W.........................8-3 3/21/02....................... A............L..........................6-9 LEHIGH (3-19) 4/26/77....................... A.......... W..................... 12-9 4/11/78....................... H.......... W.........................8-5 4/10/79....................... A............L...................... 4-17 3/26/80....................... H............L..........................7-8 4/9/81.......................... A............L..........................4-6 5/3/82.......................... H............L..........................4-7 4/7/83.......................... A............L..........................5-7 4/25/84....................... H............L...................... 5-10 4/4/85.......................... A............L...................... 5-17 4/3/86.......................... H............L..........................5-9 4/2/87.......................... A............L...................... 5-10 4/28/88....................... H............L...................... 6-15 4/27/89....................... A............L...................... 9-15 4/26/90....................... H.......... W.........................8-7 4/25/91....................... A............L...................... 5-10 3/25/92....................... H............L..........................4-9 3/25/93....................... A............L...................... 9-15 3/24/94....................... H............L...................... 9-10 3/23/95....................... A............L...................... 9-15 3/21/96....................... H............L..........................3-4 5/4/96.......................... A............L................... 8-11# 3/20/97....................... A............L..........................6-8 LOUISVILLE (2-3) 3/14/08....................... H.......... W.................. 13-12 4/3/09.......................... A............L..................8-10 * 4/30/10 ..................... H............L................... 14-9* 4/15/11....................... A............L................... 8-10* 4/13/12....................... H.......... W............... 16-11* LOYOLA (Md.) (3-4) 3/12/06....................... A............L................ 10-17* 3/11/07....................... H.......... W.................. 10-8* 3/8/08.......................... H.......... W............... 14-13* 3/27/09....................... H.......... W............... 12-11* 3/16/10....................... A............L................... 18-6* 4/23/11....................... H............L................... 6-15* 4/20/12....................... A............L................ 11-15* MANHATTAN (4-0) 3/6/02.......................... H.......... W..................... 16-1 4/15/03....................... H.......... W..................... 21-2 3/15/06....................... H.......... W..................... 13-7 4/10/07....................... H.......... W..................... 18-3 MARIST (3-0) 3/17/01....................... H.......... W..................... 21-1 3/16/02....................... H.......... W..................... 14-2 3/26/03....................... A.......... W..................... 17-3

KUTZTOWN (3-2) 4/16/77....................... H............L..........................3-7 4/15/78....................... A............L..........................4-9 4/7/79.......................... H.......... W..................... 13-5 4/19/80....................... A.......... W.........................7-6 4/2/90.......................... A.......... W.........................6-4

MARYLAND (0-14) 5/5/79.......................... H............L...................... 5-11 5/3/80.......................... A............L...................... 7-13 4/25/81....................... H............L...................... 3-14 4/24/82....................... A............L...................... 4-11 4/23/83....................... H............L...................... 3-12 4/20/84....................... A............L...................... 2-12 4/20/85....................... H............L...................... 8-15 4/19/86....................... A............L...................... 7-13 4/18/87....................... H............L...................... 2-13 4/16/88....................... A............L...................... 2-12 4/15/89....................... H............L...................... 8-11 4/14/90....................... A............L...................... 3-18 4/11/95....................... A............L...................... 1-18 4/10/96....................... H............L...................... 2-20

LAFAYETTE (8-7) 4/12/84....................... A............L..........................5-7 4/11/85....................... H.......... W..................... 10-6 4/10/86....................... A.......... W.........................6-3 4/9/87.......................... H............L...................... 6-11 4/8/88.......................... A............L...................... 9-26 4/6/89.......................... H............L...................... 4-14 4/5/90.......................... A............L...................... 7-19 3/19/96....................... A............L...................... 7-13 3/18/97....................... H.......... W..................... 13-5 3/26/98....................... A.......... W..................... 14-3 5/9/98.......................... N......... W............... 12-11#

MASSACHUSETTS (6-6) 4/29/84....................... H............L...................... 8-10 4/28/85....................... A............L...................... 4-12 4/27/86....................... H.......... W.................. 12-11 4/26/87....................... A............L...................... 3-17 4/24/88....................... H............L................... 10-12 4/22/89....................... A............L...................... 5-13 4/21/90....................... H............L..........................5-9 4/17/93....................... H.......... W.........................9-5 4/16/94....................... H.......... W.................. 21-11 4/15/95....................... A.......... W.........................6-4 4/13/96....................... H.......... W.........................9-8

JAMES MADISON (0-1) 5/5/99.......................... A............L................. 6-11 %

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RUTGERS RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME SERIES VS. OPPONENTS 4/12/97....................... A.......... W..................... 11-6 MONMOUTH (10-0) 4/17/96....................... A.......... W..................... 15-6 3/30/98....................... H.......... W..................... 16-4 3/19/03....................... A.......... W..................... 15-5 3/22/06....................... H.......... W..................... 14-5 3/14/07....................... A.......... W..................... 11-6 4/9/08.......................... H.......... W..................... 14-9 4/8/09.......................... A.......... W..................... 11-5 4/7/10 ........................ H ....... W..................... 18-6 4/5/11.......................... A.......... W..................... 19-9 3/17/12....................... H.......... W..................... 13-7 MONTCLAIR (6-0) 4/3/80.......................... H.......... W..................... 19-5 4/2/81.......................... A.......... W.........................9-8 4/1/82.......................... H.......... W..................... 18-2 4/12/83....................... A.......... W..................... 16-0 4/11/84....................... H.......... W..................... 14-3 3/28/85....................... A.......... W..................... 16-2 NEW HAMPSHIRE (0-1) 4/18/04....................... A............L..........................8-9 NORTHWESTERN (0-7) 4/17/88....................... N...........L..........................3-6 2/28/04....................... H............L................... 14-13 4/1/05.......................... A............L...................... 5-10 2/26/06....................... H............L...................... 3-18 4/23/07....................... A............L...................... 4-15 2/24/08....................... H............L...................... 4-21 3/14/09....................... A............L...................... 1-24 NOTRE DAME (4-9) 4/29/00....................... H.......... W..................... 14-7 4/29/01....................... A............L................... 8-12* 4/28/02....................... H............L...................... 2-9* 4/27/03....................... A............L................... 6-13* 4/25/04....................... H.......... W..................... 7-6* 4/3/05.......................... A............L................... 9-12* 4/23/06....................... H............L................... 8-13* 4/23/07....................... A.......... W..................... 8-7* 4/20/08....................... H............L................... 9-20* 3/17/09....................... A............L................... 9-18* 4/24/10....................... H.......... W.......12-11(OT)* 4/1/11.......................... A............L................... 6-11* 3/30/12....................... H............L...... 12-13 (OT)* OHIO STATE (1-1) 4/24/05....................... H.......... W..................... 10-9 4/30/06....................... A............L...................... 9-14 OLD DOMINION (5-9) 4/24/82....................... N...........L...................... 7-10 4/30/83....................... H.......... W..................... 10-9 4/5/85.......................... H.......... W.........................7-6 4/6/86.......................... H.......... W.........................5-4 4/4/87.......................... H............L..........................8-9 4/2/89.......................... H............L...................... 3-11 4/23/98....................... A.......... W..................... 10-7 3/20/99....................... H............L..........................5-6 3/18/00....................... A............L..........................8-9 4/27/04....................... H............L..........................8-9 3/28/05....................... H............L..........................8-9 3/27/06....................... A............L................... 11-12 3/26/07....................... H.......... W..................... 11-8 3/24/08....................... A............L..........................6-7 PENN STATE (1-13) 4/29/78....................... A............L...................... 2-19 4/28/79....................... H............L...................... 6-15 4/26/80....................... A............L...................... 3-10 4/18/81....................... H............L...................... 6-13 4/17/82....................... A............L...................... 3-25 4/16/83....................... H............L...................... 5-20 4/14/84....................... A............L...................... 4-16 4/13/85....................... H............L...................... 4-16 4/12/86....................... A............L...................... 5-14 4/11/87....................... H............L...................... 2-21 4/9/88.......................... A............L...................... 1-25 4/8/89.......................... H............L...................... 2-17 4/27/96....................... H.......... W.........................7-6 5/10/98....................... A............L................... 9-14#

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PENNSYLVANIA (8-5) 3/31/94....................... H.......... W..................... 10-5 4/26/95....................... A............L...................... 8-13 4/17/97....................... A.......... W..................... 10-9 4/16/98....................... H.......... W..................... 13-7 4/14/99....................... A.......... W..................... 15-3 4/12/00....................... H.......... W.................. 15-11 4/10/01....................... A............L..........................5-6 4/10/02....................... H.......... W.........................6-5 4/1/03.......................... A.......... W.........................9-8 3/10/04....................... H.......... W..................... 11-4 5/8/05.......................... H............L...................... 6-12 3/16/11....................... H............L..........................6-9 3/7/12.......................... A............L...................... 7-15 PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE (4-0) 3/29/90....................... H.......... W..................... 17-2 3/28/91....................... A.......... W..................... 11-6 4/2/92.......................... H.......... W..................... 14-4 4/1/93.......................... H.......... W..................... 23-5 PRINCETON (3-11-1) 4/21/77....................... A............L...................... 2-11 4/20/78....................... H............L..........................3-5 4/19/79....................... A............T..........................7-7 4/21/80....................... H............L..........................5-8 4/20/81....................... A............L...................... 7-12 4/12/82....................... H.......... W.........................7-6 3/13/99....................... A............L...................... 7-13 3/5/00.......................... H............L..........................7-9 3/7/01.......................... A............L...................... 3-16 3/7/07.......................... H............L................... 10-19 3/5/08.......................... A............L...................... 8-16 3/4/09.......................... A............L..........................8-9 3/3/10.......................... A.......... W.................. 12-11 3/2/11.......................... H............L................8-9 (OT) 2/29/12....................... A.......... W..... 11-10 (2OT) RHODE ISLAND (1-1) 4/16/81....................... H............L..........................4-5 3/25/82....................... A.......... W.........................6-5 SAINT JOSEPH’S (16-0) 4/1/95.......................... A.......... W..................... 13-3 3/30/96....................... H.......... W.........................9-4 3/29/97....................... A.......... W..................... 17-7 4/4/98.......................... H.......... W..................... 20-3 4/24/99....................... A.......... W..................... 16-6 3/27/01....................... A.......... W..................... 16-6 3/26/02....................... H.......... W..................... 13-8 3/21/03....................... A.......... W..................... 12-5 4/26/05....................... A.......... W.........................7-5 3/19/06....................... H.......... W..................... 11-8 4/3/07.......................... A.......... W..................... 11-5 4/2/08.......................... H.......... W..................... 14-8 3/11/09....................... A.......... W.........................7-6 3/10/10....................... H.......... W..................... 17-5 3/9/11.......................... A.......... W..................... 12-4 3/21/12....................... H.......... W.........................8-7 SHIPPENSBURG (4-2) 4/18/91....................... H............L...................... 7-10 4/29/92....................... A.......... W.................. 17-10 4/28/93....................... A.......... W.................. 17-16 4/29/94....................... A.......... W.................. 12-11 3/29/95....................... H............L..........................5-8 4/6/96.......................... A.......... W..................... 15-4 SWARTHMORE (6-1-1) 3/29/77....................... H............L...................... 1-21 3/28/78....................... A.......... W.........................5-4 3/30/79....................... H............T..........................4-4 3/28/80....................... A.......... W..................... 10-4 3/22/83....................... H.......... W.........................8-5 3/20/84....................... A.......... W..................... 15-7 4/27/85....................... H.......... W..................... 28-2 5/2/86.......................... A.......... W..................... 15-4 SYRACUSE (3-14) 3/22/98....................... H.......... W..................... 15-9 4/10/99....................... A.......... W.........................9-8 4/8/00.......................... H............L...................... 6-13 4/7/01.......................... A............L................... 7-12*

4/6/02.......................... H.......... W.................. 10-9* 4/5/03.......................... A............L...................... 6-8* 4/3/04.......................... H............L................... 5-15* 4/22/05....................... A............L................... 9-14* 4/15/06....................... H............L................... 18-8* 4/13/07....................... A............L................ 12-21* 4/27/07....................... A............L................... 7-13$ 4/12/08....................... H............L................... 6-18* 4/25/08....................... N...........L................... 7-22$ 4/18/09....................... H............L................... 6-15* 3/28/10....................... A............L................ 17-10* 3/26/11....................... H............L................... 7-11* 4/7/12.......................... A............L................ 10-15* TEMPLE (6-17) 4/1/77.......................... H............L...................... 3-10 3/30/78....................... A............L...................... 3-11 4/23/79....................... H.......... W.........................8-7 4/5/80.......................... A............L...................... 3-15 4/4/81.......................... H............L..........................6-7 4/3/82.......................... A............L...................... 1-12 4/2/83.......................... H............L...................... 5-19 3/31/84....................... A............L...................... 2-13 3/30/85....................... H............L...................... 2-16 3/29/86....................... A............L...................... 2-10 3/28/87....................... H............L...................... 2-16 3/31/88....................... A............L...................... 4-25 3/30/89....................... H............L..........................4-6 4/26/97....................... A............L...................... 3-14 4/14/98....................... H............L..........................7-9 4/22/99....................... A.......... W.........................8-5 3/31/06....................... H............L................... 10-11 3/30/07....................... A.......... W.................. 14-10 4/16/08....................... H............L..............9-10 (ot) 2/25/09....................... A.......... W..................... 16-9 2/24/10....................... H.......... W..................... 13-3 2/23/11....................... A.......... W.................. 11-10 2/22/12....................... H............L................... 11-12 TOWSON (4-4-1) 4/17/84....................... H............T................... 13-13 4/20/86....................... A.......... W..................... 20-8 3/12/92....................... A............L................... 10-18 3/29/94....................... H.......... W..................... 12-9 3/28/95....................... A............L..........................8-9 3/26/96....................... H.......... W.........................6-3 3/11/97....................... A............L..........................8-9 3/4/98.......................... H............L...................... 8-11 3/7/99.......................... A.......... W..................... 12-7 TRENTON STATE (TCNJ) (5-11-2) 5/3/77.......................... A.......... W.........................4-2 5/2/78.......................... H.......... W.........................6-5 5/1/79.......................... A............T................... 13-13 5/2/80.......................... H............L..........................6-8 4/28/81....................... A.......... W.........................7-6 4/29/83....................... H............L..........................3-7 5/4/83.......................... A............L...................... 5-10 4/24/84....................... H.......... W..................... 12-9 4/23/85....................... A.......... W..................... 11-8 4/22/86....................... H............T..........................6-6 4/21/87....................... A............L...................... 3-13 4/19/88....................... H............L................... 11-12 4/18/89....................... A............L................... 11-19 4/17/90....................... H............L..........................6-7 4/16/91....................... A............L...................... 5-16 4/14/92....................... H............L...................... 6-12 4/13/93....................... A............L...................... 3-15 4/12/94....................... H............L................... 15-17 URSINUS (2-13) 5/4/77.......................... A............L...................... 2-17 5/4/78.......................... H............L...................... 2-13 3/31/79....................... A............L...................... 6-15 3/25/80....................... H............L...................... 1-24 3/24/81....................... A............L...................... 8-15 3/23/82....................... H............L...................... 9-15 3/29/83....................... A............L...................... 7-22 3/22/84....................... H.......... W.........................7-6 4/25/85....................... A.......... W.........................6-5 4/26/86....................... H............L...................... 0-13 4/28/87....................... A............L...................... 5-12 4/26/88....................... H............L...................... 5-21 4/25/89....................... A............L...................... 5-18

4/24/90....................... H............L...................... 8-12 4/2/91.......................... A............L................... 10-14 VERMONT (1-1) 3/22/94....................... H............L................... 10-15 4/14/95....................... A.......... W..................... 11-7 VILLANOVA (20-0) 4/3/78.......................... H.......... W.........................8-0 4/23/91....................... H.......... W..................... 11-9 4/21/92....................... A.......... W.................. 11-10 4/20/93....................... H.......... W.........................9-5 4/19/94....................... A.......... W..................... 14-8 4/18/95....................... H.......... W.........................7-3 4/16/96....................... A.......... W.........................9-7 4/4/97.......................... H.......... W.........................9-2 4/26/98....................... A.......... W..................... 18-7 4/26/99....................... H.......... W..................... 21-3 4/6/00.......................... A.......... W..................... 16-8 4/23/01....................... H.......... W..................... 12-4 4/3/02.......................... A.......... W..................... 11-5 4/23/03....................... H.......... W..................... 14-4 3/31/04....................... A.......... W..................... 14-5 4/6/05.......................... H.......... W..................... 15-3 2/28/07....................... H.......... W..................... 19-6 4/13/10....................... H.......... W.................. 14-6* 4/26/11....................... H.......... W............... 13-10* 4/5/12.......................... A.......... W.................. 13-5* VIRGINIA TECH (2-3) 3/20/00....................... H.......... W.........................7-6 3/3/01.......................... A............L...................... 8-11 3/2/02.......................... H............L..........................8-9 4/21/03....................... H.......... W.........................9-5 3/19/04....................... A............L...................... 7-16 WAGNER (1-0) 4/22/97....................... H.......... W..................... 21-0 WEST CHESTER (2-8-1) 4/17/80....................... A............L...................... 3-10 4/15/81....................... H............T..........................4-4 4/15/82....................... A............L...................... 5-10 4/27/83....................... H............L................... 10-12 4/26/84....................... A.......... W..................... 10-5 4/6/85.......................... H............L..........................5-9 4/5/86.......................... A............L..........................6-9 4/5/87.......................... H............L...................... 7-10 4/12/88....................... A............L..........................6-7 4/1/89.......................... H............L...................... 9-12 4/11/90....................... A.......... W..................... 13-3 WILLIAM & MARY (0-2) 3/19/81....................... A............L...................... 4-16 3/15/91....................... H............L...................... 0-12 YALE (6-9) 4/28/90....................... A............L...................... 5-11 4/25/92....................... A............L...................... 3-13 4/26/93....................... H............L...................... 4-15 4/25/94....................... A............L...................... 7-16 4/24/95....................... H............L................... 10-13 4/30/97....................... H.......... W..................... 10-7 5/4/97.......................... A............L..................... 5-6 # 4/29/98....................... A.......... W..................... 18-8 4/28/99....................... H.......... W.........................6-4 4/26/00....................... A............L..........................3-9 4/25/01....................... H.......... W..................... 10-3 4/24/02....................... A............L..........................4-8 4/9/03.......................... H.......... W.................. 15-12 4/7/04.......................... A............L...................... 8-10 3/15/05....................... A.......... W..................... 10-7 # ECAC Tournament Game % NCAA First Round *BIG EAST regular-season conference match $ BIG EAST Championship first round match


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Allison Miller

Assistant Director Office: 732-445-8332 Cell: 732-690-5733 Email: amiller@scarletknights.com Fax: 732-445-3063

PRESS SERVICES The Athletic Communications Office will provide NCAA box scores and scoring summaries approximately 15 minutes after the game. Up-to-date statistics as well as post-game notes will be available approximately 30 minutes after the game. All information will also be posted on the official Rutgers Athletics website, www.scarletknights.com, following the match. GAME COVERAGE Rutgers women’s lacrosse home games will take place at either the RU Turf Field at the Stadium Complex or Yurcak Field, depending on weather conditions at the time of the match. We ask that you notify in advance your plan to cover a game in person. Seating within the press area (RU Turf Field) or press box (Yurcak Field) is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis. Arrangements will be made for postgame filing. Photographers: Sideline photographers and media members must follow NCAA guidelines, which prohibits entry to the bench area. Parking: Parking is located adjacent to the field at both the RU Turf Field and Yurcak Field. Rutgers’ event staff will be on hand to direct all media and fans to parking. Gate Entrance: Members of the media who have notified the Office of Athletic Communications in advance can check in at the General Admission Gate. ONLY media members who have requested working space in advance will be on the appropriate gate list and guaranteed seating in the press area/press box. Post-Game Interviews: Coaches and student-athletes will be available to the media on the field after the match following a 10-minute cooling-off period. Requests for interviews should be made to a member of the Rutgers Athletic Communications staff prior to the end of the contest. Statistics: Every attempt will be made to have a final box score and other match information available to members of the media approximately five minutes after the conclusion of a match. Interview Requests All coach and student-athlete interviews should be arranged through Allison Miller at the Office of Athletic Communications at least 24 hours in advance. Availability will vary from week to week. Please try to give as much advance notice so that a convenient time can be arranged for both the student-athlete/coach and media member. There will be no interviews on weekends except for those scheduled in advance OR immediately following a home match. Travel Information Media interested in covering any Rutgers women’s lacrosse road match should contact Allison Miller at (732) 445-8332, or the SID at the host institution at least one day prior to the match so that appropriate credentials may be issued. Information on travel and team accommodations will be given on a match-by-match basis, and may be obtained by calling the Office of Athletic Communications at (732) 445-4200.

PRINT MEDIA Asbury Park Press Jack Genung, Sports Editor 3601 Highway 66 Neptune, N.J. 07754 (732) 643-4077 sports@app.com Atlantic City Press Mark Melhorn, Sports Editor Susan Lulgjuraj 11 Devins Lane Pleasantville, N.J. 08232 (609) 272-7179 sports@pressofac.com Burlington County Times Wayne Richardson, Sports Editor US Route 130 Willingboro, N.J. 08046 (609) 871-8060 wrichardson@phillyburbs.com Camden Courier-Post Gary Silvers, Sports Editor Celeste Whittaker 801 Cuthbert Blvd. Cherry Hill, N.J. 08002 (856) 486-2424 cpsports@courierpostonline.com Courier News Jack Genung, Sports Editor Jerry Carino 1201 Route 22 Bridgewater, N.J. 08807 (908) 707-3157 hnsports@thnt.com Gloucester County Times Shawn Leary, Sports Editor Bill Evans 309 South Broad Street Woodbury, N.J. 08096 (856) 686-3633 gcsports@sjnewsco.com Herald & News 1 Garret Mountain Plaza; CN 473 West Paterson, N.J. 07424 (973) 569-7070 sports@northjersey.com Home News & Tribune Jack Genung, Sports Editor Keith Sargeant 35 Kennedy Blvd. East Brunswick, N.J. 08816 (732) 246-5500 X7231 FAX#: (732) 565-7209 hnsports@thnt.com Jersey Journal 30 Journal Square Jersey City, N.J. 07306 (201) 217-2592 Morristown Daily Record Jack Genung, Sports Editor 800 Jefferson Road Parsippany, N.J. 07054 (973) 428-6670 hnsports@thnt.com

The Star-Ledger Drew Van Esselstyn, Sports Editor Tom Luicci Brendan Prunty Star-Ledger Plaza Newark, N.J. 07101 (973) 392-4231 FAX#: (973) 932-5845 sports@starledger.com Philadelphia Inquirer John Quinn, Deputy Sports Editor Marc Narducci 400 N. Broad Street P.O. Box 8263 Philadelphia, Pa. 19101 (215) 854-4550 Philadelphia Daily News Josh Barnett, Sports Editor 400 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. 19101 (215) 854-5524 The Record John Balkum, Sports Editor John Rowe, Tara Sullivan 150 River Street Hackensack, N.J. 07602 (201) 646-4433 sports@northjersey.com Trenton Times Jim Gauger, Sports Editor Harvey Yavener 500 Perry Street Trenton, N.J. 08605 (609) 989-5744 sports@njtimes.com Trentonian Matthew Osbourne, Sports Editor Ben Doody 600 Perry St. Trenton, N.J. 08618 (609) 989-7800 x164

RADIO & TV WCTC Bruce Johnson, Sports Director Mike Pavlichko, Tom Ortuso PO Box 100 New Brunswick, N.J. 08903 (732) 249-2600 FAX#: (732) 249-9414 Comcast SportsNet 3601 S. Broad St. Philadelphia, Pa. 19148 (215) 336-3500 FAX #: (215) 952-5953

ESPNU 11001Rushmore Dr. Charlotte, N.C. 28277 Phone: (704) 973-5000 Fax#: (704) 973-5090 News 12 New Jersey Bryan Denovellis, Sports Director George Falkowski 450 Raritan Center Parkway Edison, N.J. 08837 (732) 417-9412 FAX#: (732) 417-1484

CAMPUS MEDIA The Daily Targum Rutgers Student Center New Brunswick, N.J. 08903 (732) 932-7051 FAX#: (732) 246-7299 WRSU-FM Rutgers Student Center New Brunswick, N.J. 08903 (732) 932-7800 FAX#: (732) 932-1768 RUTV Network Department of University Relations 96 Davidson Road Piscataway, N.J. 08854-8062 (732) 445-3710 FAX#: (732) 445-5925

NATIONAL MEDIA Associated Press Tom Canavan, Dave Porter 50 Park Place, Suite 800 Newark, N.J. 07102 (973) 642-0151 (800) 645-0036 FAX#: (973) 643-2526 Inside Lacrosse 701 East Pratt Street, Suite 100 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 583-8180 Fax: (410) 510-1033 Laxpower.com 245 Byers Road Chester Springs, PA 19425 info@laxpower.com D1CollegeLacrosse.com 140 St. Andrews Way Etters, PA 17319 (717) 932-0252

Comcast Network Jon Gurevich, Sports Director 1351 S. Columbus Blvd. Philadelphia, Pa. 19147 (215) 285-6717 FAX #: (215) 468-7940 CBS College Sports Network Chelsea Piers, Pier 62 New York, N.Y.  10011 (212) 342-8700 Fax#: (212) 342-8899

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D r . R obert L . B archi President of the University Robert L. Barchi is the 20th president of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, a position he assumed on September 1, 2012. From 2004 to 2012, Dr. Barchi served as president of Thomas Jefferson University, nationally regarded as a top university dedicated to health sciences education and research. Previously, he was provost and chief academic officer of the University of Pennsylvania, where he had responsibility for Penn’s 12 schools, their academic programs, athletics, students, and faculty. Dr. Barchi began his academic career in 1972 on the Penn faculty. He founded the university’s Department of Neuroscience, was chair of Penn’s Department of Neurology, and for more than a decade was director of its Mahoney Institute of Neurological Sciences. Appointed provost and chief academic officer in 1999, he recruited new leadership for nine of the twelve schools at Penn and established a number of university-wide interdisciplinary educational and research institutes. Dr. Barchi assumed the presidency of Thomas Jefferson University in 2004. Under his leadership, the university grew from three to six schools, including the establishment of the Jefferson School of Pharmacy. During his eight-year presidency, enrollment across Jefferson increased more than 50%, fundraising doubled in spite of the economic downturn, and 22 new endowed professorships and 50 endowed scholarships were established. He also oversaw the transformation of the institution’s urban environment into a vibrant university campus. Throughout his career, Dr. Barchi has been active as a clinical neurologist and as researcher in the fields of neuroscience and neurology. In 1993, he was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences for his work on the structure and function of voltage-gated ion channels. He is also a member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation and the Association of American Physicians, and is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Barchi received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Georgetown University, and Ph.D. and M.D. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania.


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TIM PERNETTI DIRECTOR OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS A New Jersey native with a strong passion for his alma mater, Tim Pernetti has come full-circle in becoming one of the nation’s youngest leaders in college athletics. A former student-athlete “On the Banks”, Pernetti was named Rutgers’ sixth Director of Intercollegiate Athletics on February 26, 2009. He oversees 24 men’s and women’s intercollegiate teams in New Brunswick, a larger number than fielded at most of the university’s peer institutions. Pernetti has been influential in the world of college athletics since he received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass media from Rutgers in 1993, and a master’s degree in communication in 1995. Pernetti’s influence on Rutgers Athletics has been immediate – from the key coaching hires of Mike Rice (men’s basketball), Dan Donigan (men’s soccer) and Brian Brecht (men’s lacrosse) – to securing the first two naming rights partnerships in Rutgers Athletics history. Under his leadership, Rutgers inked a 10-year naming rights deal with High Point Solutions to acquire the naming rights for Rutgers Stadium, along with a 10-year contract with Audi for the Audi Rutgers Club at High Point Solutions Stadium. Both deals have netted the Department of Athletics nearly one million dollars in new revenue to the annual budget. Two other key objectives on Pernetti’s watch were to secure a new food vendor for Rutgers Athletics and secure an all-sports shoe and apparel deal for the department. Pernetti led the charge to bring Sodexo to Rutgers as the exclusive concessionaire and caterer for the Athletics Department. The 10-year agreement will enhance the gameday experience, significantly increase revenues to Athletics, and fund future capital improvements at High Point Solutions Stadium and the RAC. He further directed negotiations with Nike to execute the first-ever all-sports shoe and apparel deal for all 24 sports at Rutgers. The five-year agreement worth approximately $5.2M in equipment and apparel will provide state-ofthe-art apparel for all Rutgers student-athletes. During his introductory press conference, Pernetti spoke about his vision to build a broadband network to deliver hundreds of live events. That promise has blossomed into RVision, powered by ScarletKnights.com, as RVision has streamed hundreds of live events per year, including unprecedented live game coverage for

many of the Scarlet Knights Olympic Sports. Prior to returning to Rutgers, Pernetti was the Executive Vice President, Content, for CBS College Sports Network. In that role, he oversaw the rights and relationship business, on-air talent, and all network programming and content on air, online and across all distribution platforms for the nation’s first company dedicated to college sports. Pernetti helped to build the CBS College Sports Network, previously CSTV, prior to its launch in 2003, and has played a critical role in establishing it as the multi-media leader in college sports programming, content, news and information. He was a recipient of the prestigious Sports Business Journal Forty under Forty Award, and the Multichannel News 40 under 40 Award both in 2008. Charged with developing relationships, acquiring rights and creating multi-platform original programming for the first ever 24-hour sports college sports network, Pernetti successfully navigatedthrough a complicated web of media rights deals to come up with new ways toserve college sports fans. Pernetti worked closely with the NCAA and hundreds of schools in every major conference, securing over 2,500 hours ofevent pro


51 gramming each year and multiple NCAA Championships across 35 men’s and women’s sports. Pernetti was in charge of the CBS College Sports Network exclusive long-term agreements with the US Naval Academy, Mountain West Conference, Conference USA, and the Atlantic 10. Further, he managed company relationships with more than 30 conferences and thousands of institutions. Pernetti remains most proud of establishing a strong relationship in women’s collegiate sports including the establishment of a women’s basketball game of the week package in 2004 with the Big East Conference. In 2006, Pernetti spearheaded a landmark multi-media partnership with the NCAA to make CBS College Sports Network the home of Division II Sports. The innovative deal effectively increased the scope and reach of NCAA Division II sports with hundreds of games now available nationally via the broadcast network and online. Pernetti’s commitment to providing greater exposure to women’s and under-served sports is evidenced by the network’s unprecedented coverage of lacrosse and volleyball, among others. He has also been at the forefront of the development and creation of the Collegiate Nationals, which crowns champions in dozens of high endurance sports, and innovative original production including CBS College Sports Network’s groundbreaking NCAA March Madness Central, NCAA March Madness Highlights on CBS College Sports,

and the WIRED franchise which gives viewers an inside look at games and events through wireless microphones on coaches during game action. Prior to joining CBS College Sports Network, Pernetti served eight years at ABC-TV and ABC Sports most recently as Director of Programming, where he was integral in acquiring, managing and developing several ABC Sports properties including college football, the Bowl Championship Series, and college basketball. For five years, Pernetti handled relationships and negotiated television rights with all of the major collegiate conferences. As a student at Rutgers, Pernetti was a four-year letterwinner at tight end on the Rutgers football squad. He was also the color commentator for Rutgers Football on the Rutgers Football Radio Network and announced weekly NFL games nationally on Sports USA Radio. A resident of Oakland, N.J., Pernetti is married to the former Danielle Bahto. His wife also graduated from Rutgers and was a letterwinner on the women’s lacrosse team. Danielle and Tim are the proud parents of their three children – Max, Conor and Natalie. In his spare time Pernetti is the Commissioner of Oakland (N.J.) Recreation Youth football program, serves on the Board of Directors of the Reed Academy (a school in Oakland serving children with autistic spectrum disorder), and has been named a member of the NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee for Community Engagement.

ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION

Jason Baum Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/ Communications

Brian Colvin Associate Director of Athletics/ Finance & Administration

Doug Fillis Senior Associate Athletic Director Administration

Kathleen Hickey Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/SWA

Douglas Kokoskie Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/ Operations

Dr. Robert Monaco Associate Director of Athletics/ Sports Medicine

Nick Ojea Associate Director of Athletics/ Compliance

Janine Purcaro Chief Financial Officer for Intercollegiate Athletics

John Ternyila Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/Finance

Shawn Tucker Assistant Director of Athletics/ Student-Athlete Development


52 A BRIEF HISTORY Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is one of the leading universities in the nation. The university is comprised of 28 degree-granting divisions; 10 undergraduate colleges, 10 graduate schools, and eight schools offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Six are located in Camden, eight in Newark, and 13 in New Brunswick and one in Newark and New Brunswick. Rutgers has a unique history as a colonial college, a land-grant institution, and a state university. Chartered in 1766 as Queen’s College, the eighth institution of higher learning to be founded in the colonies, the school opened its doors in New Brunswick in 1771 with a handful of first-year students. During its early years, the college developed as a classic liberal arts institution. In 1825, the name of the college was changed to honor a former trustee and Revolutionary War veteran, Colonel Henry Rutgers. Rutgers College became the land-grant college of New Jersey in 1864, resulting in the establishment of the Rutgers Scientific School, featuring departments of agriculture, engineering, and chemistry. Further expansion in the sciences came with the founding of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station in 1880, the College of Engineering (now the School of Engineering) in 1914, and the College of Agriculture (now the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences) in 1921. The precursors to several other Rutgers divisions were also established during this period: the College of Pharmacy (now the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy) in 1892, the New Jersey College for Women (now Douglass Residential College, part of the School of Arts and Sciences) in 1918, and the School of Education (now Graduate School of Education) in 1924. In 1924, Rutgers College officially became Rutgers University; a reflection of the institution’s rapidly expanding number of schools and academic programs. Early in the century, Rutgers had begun offering educational opportunities to women when the New Jersey College for Women was founded in 1918, and to adult learners when University College, an evening division, was established in 1934. After World War II, enrollment exploded as Rutgers admitted all qualified candidates under the GI Bill. Rutgers was becoming an institution for all people, and in 1945 and 1956, state legislative acts formally designated Rutgers as The State University of New Jersey. A flurry of expansion ensued. The University of Newark (now Rutgers–Newark) joined Rutgers in 1946, followed by the College of South Jersey (now Rutgers–Camden) in 1950. An ambitious building program added libraries, classrooms, and student housing across the three regional campuses. In 1969, Livingston College opened, providing a co-educational residential experience with a special commitment to diversity. Graduate education in the arts and sciences grew through the establishment of the Graduate School–New Brunswick, the Graduate School–Newark, and the Graduate School–Camden. Professional schools were formed to serve students in the fields of business; communication, information, and library studies; criminal justice; education; fine arts; law; management and labor relations; nursing; planning and public policy; psychology; public affairs and administration; and social work. Meanwhile, as industry and government sought partners in solving problems and advancing knowledge, the concept of the research university emerged. In 1981, Rutgers adopted a blueprint for its transformation into a major public research university. With increased support from state, federal, and corporate partners, Rutgers’ strength in research grew dramatically. In 1989, in recognition of its enhanced stature, Rutgers was invited to join the prestigious Association of American Universities, an organization comprising the top 61 research universities in North America. Today, professors and students work in more than 200 specialized research centers, unraveling mysteries in marine sciences, early childhood education, neuroscience, advanced materials, climate change, nutrition, homeland security, transportation, stem cells, and many other areas that can improve life both in New Jersey and around the world. A 2007 major reorganization of undergraduate education in New Brunswick reinvigorated the undergraduate experience for both students and faculty by combining the traditions and strengths of four undergraduate liberal arts colleges—Douglass, Livingston, Rutgers, and University—into a single School of Arts and Sciences. With 28 schools and colleges, Rutgers offers more than 100 undergraduate majors and more than 180 graduate and professional degree programs. The university graduated more than 13,000 students last year, and has more than 400,000 living alumni residing in all 50 states and on six continents. Rutgers also sponsors community initiatives in all 21 New Jersey counties. Universitywide, new degree programs, research endeavors, and community outreach are in development to meet the demands of the 21st century. Today, Rutgers continues to grow, both in its facilities and in the variety and depth of its educational and research programs. The university’s goals for the future include the continued provision of the highest quality education, along with the increased support of research and commitment to public service to meet the needs of society.

RUTGERS AT A GLANCE • Chartered in 1766 as Queen’s College, Rutgers is the eighth oldest college in the nation. • Rutgers was designated The State University of New Jersey by legislative acts in 1945 and 1956. • Rutgers is New Jersey’s largest public research university and is located on three regional campuses in Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick/ Piscataway. • Rutgers was named New Jersey’s land-grant university in 1864 and has a special responsibility for serving the needs of the state. • Rutgers is a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), a highly selective organization comprised of the 61 leading research universities in North America.


53 • There are 28 degree-granting schools and colleges, offering more than 270 total bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral and professional degree programs. • Rutgers is one of New Jersey’s major employers with more than 13,000 full-time faculty and staff (full- and part-time). • For every dollar New Jersey invests in Rutgers, the university channels $6 into the state’s economy. The University’s 2009 economic impact report showed that Rutgers and its faculty, staff, students and visitors channel $3.8 billion in direct and indirect spending into the state economy – more than six times the state’s $595.3 million investment in the university. • With holdings of more than 3.6 million volumes, the Rutgers library system ranks among the nation’s largest. • Rutgers enrolls more than 58,000 students, including more than 43,000 undergraduates and 14,000 graduate students. • More than 13,000 students earned a degree from Rutgers in the 2011-2012 academic year. • The university has more than 400,000 living alumni; 200,000 alumni reside in New Jersey. • In 2008, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education reaccredited Rutgers for the next 10 years.

TEACHING AND LEARNING • Rutgers faculty include an Abel Prize winner, Fulbright Scholars, Guggenheim Fellows, members of the American Academy of Arts and Science, fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a National Endowment for the Arts “Jazz Master” and winners of many other prestigious awards and grants. • Rutgers History Professor Annette Gordon-Reed was awarded the 2009 Pulitzer Prize in history for her landmark work, The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family (W. W. Norton, 2008). • The graduate philosophy department is ranked third in the English-speaking world by the Philosophical Gourmet Report. • Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick (RBS) is uniquely positioned at the epicenter of global business – just under 20 minutes from New York City – giving students easy access to leading global corporations to build lasting relationships. RBS delivers cutting-edge curricula that combine the mix of business and science required by today’s employers. • RBS is consistently ranked as the top business school in New Jersey and among the top three in the Greater New York Metropolitan area. The Executive MBA is ranked 24th in the U.S. by The Financial Times and the Master of Quantitative Finance is among the top 10 programs nationally, as ranked by Wall Street executives. The MBA program was ranked 30th in the country for the employment rate of its graduates three months after graduation by U.S. News & World Report. To meet rising demand, a new on-year MBA track was created for students with advanced standing. • In Newark, the business school resides in a new state-of-the-art building which opened in 2009. In New Brunswick, a new building will open in 2013 as the center of a new Livingston Professional Campus, accommodating the massive growth in the new four-year undergraduate program. • The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is ranked third among the nation’s top graduate programs in urban planning according to a survey by Planetizen, a Los Angeles-based planning and development network.

RESEARCH • Streptomycin, the first effective cure for tuberculosis, and other potent antibiotics were discovered at Rutgers by Professor Selman Waksman and his students in the 1940s. Waksman received the Nobel Prize for his important contributions to medicine. • The Rutgers Stem Cell Research Center, part of the Division of Life Sciences of the School of Arts and Sciences, is located in Nelson Laboratories on the New Brunswick campus where its mission is to support research with human embryonic stem cells for Rutgers University researchers and collaborators. • The Rutgers Cell and DNA Repository is a valuable resource for researchers around the world studying the role heredity plays in such complex genetic diseases as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, autism, Alzheimer’s, alcoholism, diabetes, and Tourette’s syndrome. • The Protein Data Bank, based at Rutgers, is the international repository of three-dimensional protein structures. With $30 million in federal funding, the data bank provides vital information on more than 82,500 proteins and other macromolecules for scientists working to design more effective treatments for disease. • Rutgers’ Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences ranks fourth among the top oceanographic research institutions in the world, according to a recent poll conducted by Thomson Reuters. • The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, the only public pharmacy school in New Jersey and one of the top institutions of its kind in the nation, ranks in the top 15 percent among pharmacy schools nationwide in research dollars awarded by the National Institutes of Health with $7.6 million of funding awarded to the school in 2009. • Rutgers holds more than 600 United States patents, half of which have been issued in the last decade. To date over 80 start-up companies have been created based on Rutgers technologies; three-quarters of these are New Jersey - based. • Rutgers is a partner in the Southern African Large Telescope, one of the world’s largest optical telescopes and the southern hemisphere’s newest eyeon-the-sky.

SERVICE TO NEW JERSEY • Rutgers’ Center for Government Services trains New Jersey’s municipal employees to better serve their constituents and trains approximately 20,000 annually through 16 separate programs and 600 courses. • Rutgers Continuing Education offers more than 4,000 course sections with 120,000 annual enrollments. Courses are offered in every county in New Jersey. • The Office of the New Jersey State Climatologist at Rutgers is the state’s official weather resource. • Each year on a single Saturday in the spring, Rutgers opens its doors to the world for “Rutgers Day.” More than 250,000 people have visited the five New Brunswick campuses during the event the last four years to celebrate the institution’s three-part mission of teaching, research and service. “Rutgers Day,” which made its debut in 2009, is an expansion of the successful annual New Jersey Folk Festival and Ag Field Day programs.


54 SERVICE TO THE NATION • Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station has offices in all 21 New Jersey counties and serves the residents of the state through research, education and service programs that run the gamut from 4-H Youth Development to family and community health. Research from the Experiment Station has led to renowned Jersey tomatoes, disease-resistant dogwoods, improved coastline management, new forms of mosquito control and world-famous turfgrass varieties that have been used everywhere from the new Yankee Stadium to the Augusta National Golf Club. • Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences builds on a tradition of hands-on learning and research excellence in areas that cover the biological spectrum from organisms to ecosystems. Students and researchers alike are dedicated to finding solutions to the problems that most concern our state’s residents, particularly in the areas of environmental sustainability, alternative energy, food, health and nutrition. • Such nationally respected institutes at Rutgers, including the National Transit Institute, the National Institute for Early Education Research and the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research, are helping to shape national and state policy in critical areas. • Rutgers is the nation’s primary source for anti-terror security training for public transit workers. • In April of 2009, Rutgers was selected by the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to co-lead a new DHS Center of Excellence in Command, Control, and Interoperability (CCI) to conduct research into the technological issues involved with maintaining homeland security. It is one of 12 DHS Centers of Excellence in the nation. • The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy’s National Transit Institute is one of seven academic institutions around the nation that comprise a National Transportation Security Center of Excellence. • Most meals ready to eat (MREs) manufactured for our nation’s troops are produced using Rutgers-developed technology. • The Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center is a pioneer in developing effective methods to help autistic children.

rutgers administrative officers Robert L. Barchi, Ph.D., President Richard Edwards, Ph.D., Interim Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Jonathan R. Alger, J.D., Senior Vice President and General Counsel Bruce C. Fehn, B.S., C.P.A., Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration David L. Finegold, Ph.D., Senior Vice President for Lifelong Learning and Strategic Growth Initiatives Gregory S. Blimling, Ph.D., Vice President for Student Affairs Leslie A. Fehrenbach, B.S., Secretary of the University Carol P. Herring, B.A., President for Rutgers University Foundation; Executive Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Peter J. McDonough Jr., B.A., Vice President for Public Affairs Kim Manning, M.B.A., Vice President for University Relations Courtney O. McAnuff, M.P.A., Vice President for Enrollment Management Michael J. Pazzani, Ph.D., Vice President for Research and Economic Development Tim Pernetti, M.C.I.S., Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Wendell E. Pritchett, Ph.D., J.D., Chancellor, Rutgers–Camden Barry V. Qualls, Ph.D., Vice President for Undergraduate Education Donna Thornton, M.P.A., Vice President for Alumni Relations Nancy S. Winterbauer, Ed.D., Vice President for University Budgeting Philip L. Yeagle, Ph.D., Interim Chancellor, Rutgers–Newark

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 2012-13 Ralph Izzo, Chair Gerald C. Harvey, Vice Chair Robert L. Barchi, ex officio Anthony J. DePetris Mark P. Hershhorn M. William Howard, Jr. Gordon A. MacInnes Joseph J. Roberts, Jr. John F. Russo, Sr. Kenneth M. Schmidt Daniel H. Schulman Candace L. Straight

Paul Panayotatos, Faculty Representative Samuel Rabinowitz, Faculty Representative Joseph T. Cashin, Student Representative OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Bruce C. Fehn, Treasurer Leslie A. Fehrenbach, Secretary Mary Claire Brennan, Assistant Secretary

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2012-13 Dudley H. Rivers, Jr., Chair Margaret T. Derrick, Vice Chair Dorothy W. Cantor, Vice Chair Robert L. Barchi, ex officio Sol J. Barer Felix M. Beck, Emeritus Gregory Bender Andrew S. Berns William E. Best Joan L. Bildner, Emerita Michael A. Bogdonoff Floyd H. Bragg, Emeritus Gregory Q. Brown Dominick J. Burzichelli John Herbert Carman, Emeritus Peter Cartmell, Emeritus Kevin J. Collins, Emeritus Hollis A. Copeland Steven M. Darien Marisa A. Dietrich Carleton C. Dilatush, Emeritus James F. Dougherty Robert P. Eichert, Emeritus Evelyn S. Field, Emerita Lora L. Fong Jeanne M. Fox, Emerita John R. Futey Albert R. Gamper, Jr. Ronald J. Garutti Ronald W. Giaconia, Emeritus Rochelle Gizinski, Emerita Evangeline Gomez

Leslie E. Goodman, Emeritus Joyce W. Harley M. Wilma Harris John A. Hendricks Robert A. Hering Mark P. Hershhorn Carleton A. Holstrom, Emeritus M. William Howard, Jr. John D. Hugelmeyer Frank B. Hundley Ralph Izzo Paul B. Jennings, Emeritus Nimesh S. Jhaveri Roberta Kanarick Tilak Lal Walter L. Leib, Emeritus Richard A. Levao, Emeritus Jennifer Lewis-Hall Christine M. Lomiguen Debra Ann Lynch Gordon A. MacInnes Duncan L. MacMillan Rashida Y. V. MacMurray Iris Martinez-Campbell Carol Ann Monroe Robert E. Mortensen Patricia Nachtigal, Emerita Gene O’Hara, Emeritus John A. O’Malley Dean J. Paranicas, Emeritus Jose A. Piazza Sidney Rabinowitz

George A. Rears Norman Reitman, Emeritus Joseph J. Roberts, Jr. Alejandro Roman John F. Russo, Sr. Louis A. Sapirman Kenneth M. Schmidt Richard H. Shindell Susan Stabile Dorothy M. Stanaitis, Emerita Robert L. Stevenson Sandy J. Stewart Candace L. Straight Heather C. Taylor Anne M. Thomas, Emerita Michael R. Tuosto, Emeritus Laurel A. Van Leer Lucas J. Visconti Martha A. Cotter, Faculty Representative Menahem Spiegel, Faculty Representative Katherine Rose E. Yabut, Student Representative OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Bruce C. Fehn, Treasurer Leslie A. Fehrenbach, Secretary Mary Claire Brennan, Assistant Secretary


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