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2010-11 Women ’ s Bask etball Media Guide


The 2010-11 Purple Knights

Front row, left to right: Kaitlin Geary, Marilyn Ferreira, Cara Deroy, Mandy Scott, Coreen Hennessy, Caitlin Quinn, Julia Moorehead (Moorehead no longer with team). Back row, left to right: Alexa Long, Kayla Carnell, Nicole Adach, Samantha Steinmetz, Logan Pintka, Meghan McCormack, Megan Olsen.

No. 00 5 10 12 14 15 21 30 31 33 35 42 RS

Player Marilyn Ferreira Mandy Scott Coreen Hennessy Cara Deroy Caitlin Quinn Megan Olsen Alexa Long Logan Pintka Nicole Adach Kayla Carnell Samantha Steinmetz Meghan McCormack Kaitlin Geary

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

Pos. G G G G G G F F F F C F G/F

Ht. 5-5 5-8 5-7 5-3 5-8 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-0 5-10

Hometown/High School New London, N.H./Kearsarge Regional Vergennes, Vt./Vergennes Union Chatham, N.H./Fryeburg Academy Hamden, Conn./Hamden Oakdale, Conn./Montville Glenmont, N.Y./Bethlehem Central Waterford, Conn./Waterford Schenectady, N.Y./Colonie Central Schenectady, N.Y./Mohonasen Burlington, Mass./Burlington Washington, Conn./Shepaug Valley Barrie, Ontario/Saint Peter’s Secondary School Milton, Vt./Milton

Head Coach: Jen Niebling M’10 (Vermont ’93), Eighth Season Assistant Coach: Shannon Kynoch (Southern Maine ’08), Third Season Assistant Coach: Jackson Strayer-Benton (Saint Lawrence ’06), First Season Volunteer Assistant Coach: Mari McClure (Buffalo ’02), First Season Strength & Conditioning Coach: Jackie Decarreau (Springfield ’02), Fourth Season Captains: Marilyn Ferreira, Meghan McCormack, Logan Pintka, Mandy Scott Athletic Trainers: Jim Murdock, Jessica Moore, Whitney Grennon

Purple Knights By State/Province

Pronunciation Guide

Nicole Adach (A-dach) Kayla Carnell (Car-NELL) Marilyn Ferreira (Fur-RARE-ah) Shannon Kynoch (KY-nock) Jen Niebling (NEE-bling) Logan Pintka (PIN-tka) Samantha Steinmetz (STINE-mets)

In-Season Birthdays

Kayla Carnell Coreen Hennessy Caitlin Quinn Alexis Keller

Nov. 21 Dec. 9 Feb. 8 Feb. 19

Connecticut (4): Cara Deroy, Alexa Long, Caitlin Quinn, Samantha Steinmetz Massachusetts (1): Kayla Carnell New Hampshire (2): Marilyn Ferreira, Coreen Hennessy New York (3): Nicole Adach, Megan Olsen, Logan Pintka Ontario (1): Meghan McCormack Vermont (2): Kaitlin Geary, Mandy Scott

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Saint Michael’s Women’s Basketball

Saint Michael’s General Information

Location ..........................................................................Colchester, Vt. Founded ............................................................................................1904 Enrollment ..........................................................1,900 (undergraduate) President ............................................................Dr. John J. Neuhauser Alma Mater ......................................................................Manhattan ’64 Athletic Director ..........................................Geri Knortz Ed.D. M’05 Alma Mater ............................................................SUNY-Cortland ’74 Affiliations ..................................................NCAA Division II/ECAC Conference ........................................................................Northeast-10 Nickname ........................................................................Purple Knights School Colors ..............................................................Purple and Gold

Women’s Basketball

Head Coach ..................................Jen Niebling M’10 (Vermont ’93) Record at Saint Michael’s (seasons) ....................................83-105 (7) Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2505 E-mail Address ....................................................jniebling@smcvt.edu Assistant Coach ..................Shannon Kynoch (Southern Maine ’08) Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2503 E-mail Address ....................................................skynoch@smcvt.edu Assistant Coach ..........Jackson Strayer-Benton (Saint Lawrence ’06) Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2721 Volunteer Assistant Coach......................Mari McClure (Buffalo ’02) Strength & Conditioning Coach Jackie Decarreau (Springfield ’02) 2009-10 Overall Record ..................................................................9-16 2009-10 NE-10 Record/Place ..........................7-15/t13th out of 16 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................................................10/5 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................................................2/3 All-time Varsity Record ......................420-481 (.466 win percentage) Home Court ..........................................................Ross Sports Center

Sports Information

Sports Information Director ..........................................Seth Cole ’01 Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2537 Office Fax ..........................................................................802.654.2497 E-mail ........................................................................scole2@smcvt.edu Sports Information Intern ..................................Tony Bonvechio ’10 Office Phone......................................................................802.654.2929 E-mail ..............................................................abonvechio@smcvt.edu Web site..................................................http://www.smcathletics.com Mailing Address................................................................SMC Box 258 ..................................................Tarrant Center, Colchester, Vt., 05439

Support Staff

NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative ..............Dr. David Landers Senior Associate Athletic Director ............................Zaf Bludevich Associate Athletic Director .............................Chris Kenny ’86 M’98 Head Athletic Trainer ......................................................Jim Murdock Assistant Athletic Trainer................................................Jessica Moore Administrative Assistant ......................................................Stacey Peet Office Coordinator ..........................................................Mary Moreau Equipment Manager............................................................Jon Milazzo Athletic Facilities Director ..................................Meggan Dulude ’07 Athletic Department Phone ............................................802.654.2500

The 2010-11 Saint Michael’s College women’s basketball media guide was written, edited and designed by Sports Information Director Seth Cole ’01. Assistance by Harrison Antognioni ’12. Photography by Shane Bufano and Seth Cole. For further information, contact the Saint Michael’s Sports Information Office at 802.654.2537 or scole2@smcvt.edu. On the cover: Senior Logan Pintka, the squad’s leading returning scorer, could reach the 1,000-point plateau this season. On the back cover: Senior point guard Marilyn Ferreira led the Purple Knights in assists for the second straight year in 2009-10.

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Table of Contents

2010-11 Roster ............................................................inside front cover Directions/General Information ..........................................................1 Media Information ..................................................................................2 This Is Saint Michael’s College..............................................................3 The Northeast-10 Conference ..............................................................4 Division II and the ECAC ....................................................................5 2010-11 Opponents ............................................................................6-7 The Coaching Staff Head Coach Jen Niebling ..............................................................8 Assistant Coaches ............................................................................9 Season Outlook................................................................................10-12 Meet The Purple Knights Marilyn Ferreira..............................................................................14 Meghan McCormack ....................................................................15 Logan Pintka ..................................................................................16 Mandy Scott....................................................................................17 Coreen Hennessy ..........................................................................18 Caitlin Quinn ..................................................................................19 Samantha Steinmetz ......................................................................20 Nicole Adach..................................................................................21 Kayla Carnell ..................................................................................22 Megan Olsen ..................................................................................24 Cara Deroy......................................................................................25 Kaitlin Geary ..................................................................................25 Alexa Long......................................................................................26 2009-10 Statistics & Results ................................................................27 2009-10 Box Scores ........................................................................28-32 All-Time Roster......................................................................................33 Year-By-Year Records/Honor Roll/Coaches ..................................34 Series History ........................................................................................35 Season Records ......................................................................................36 Career Records ......................................................................................37 Team Records ........................................................................................38 Individual Records ................................................................................39 Year-By-Year Results ......................................................................40-44 President Dr. John J. Neuhauser ........................................................45 Athletic Administration ..................................................................46-48 Facilities ........................................................................inside back cover 2010-11 Schedule ....................................................................back cover Directions to Saint Michael’s College (Ross Sports Center)

From the Boston area: Take I-93 North to junction with I-89 in Concord, N.H. Follow I-89 North to Exit 15 in Vermont. From Springfield, Mass./Hartford, Conn.: Take I-91 North to junction with I-89 in White River Jct. Follow I-89 North to Exit 15. From New York City/New Jersey: Take I-87 North to Exit 20 (Whitehall/Ft. Ann). Follow Rt. 149 to Ft. Ann and then follow Rt. 4 North to 22A. Take 22A North to Rt. 7. Follow Rt. 7 North to I-189 and head North onto I-89 for three miles to Exit 15. From Montreal and points north: Take I-89 South to Exit 16 (Colchester). Take right onto Rt. 7 South and then left onto Rt. 15 East in center of Winooski. From Littleton, N.H., and Maine: Take Rt. 2 to Montpelier to I-89 North to Exit 15. From I-89: Bear right off the exit ramp onto Rt. 15 East for approximately 1/4 mile. Take a left at the first set of lights into Saint Michael’s College. Follow campus road 1/10 of a mile. The Tarrant Recreation Center and Ross Sports Center are on the right. Enter Tarrant to access Ross.

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Media Information Saint Michael’s Media Outlets

Local Daily Newspapers

Burlington Free Press Fax Phone Rutland Herald Fax Phone Barre Times Argus Fax Phone Bennington Banner Fax Phone Brattleboro Reformer Fax Phone Caledonian Record Fax Phone Newport Daily Express Fax Phone Saint Albans Messenger Phone E-Mail

Local Weekly Newspapers

Colchester Sun Phone E-Mail Essex Reporter Phone E-Mail Addison Independent Phone E-Mail Hardwick Gazette Phone E-Mail

John Fantino 802.651.4848 802.660.1848 Bob Fredette 802.773.0311 802.747.6121 James Biggam 802.479.4096 802.479.0191 Adam White 802.442.3413 802.447.7567 Shane Covey 802.257.1305 802.254.2311 Michael Beniash 802.748.1613 802.748.8121 James Fuller 802.334.6891 802.334.6568 Josh Kaufmann 802.524.9771 sports@samessenger.com

Matt Divenere 802.651.6882 matt@essexreporter.com Joe Gonillo 802.878.5282 matt@essexreporter.com Andy Kirkaldy 802.388.4944 news@addisonindependent.com Dave Morse 802.472.6521 hdwkgazett@aol.com

Regional Newspapers (Fax Numbers) Boston Globe Boston Herald Associated Press, Montpelier Associated Press, Boston Associated Press, New York

Television

WCAX-TV (CBS) Fax Phone WPTZ-TV (NBC) Fax Phone Fox-44 (FOX) Fax Phone

Contacts

617.929.2670 617.619.6430 802.223.0654 617.388.8125 212.621.1639 Mike McCune 802.652.6399 802.652.6348 Ken Drake 518.561.1201 518.561.5555 or 802.860.2222 Kristian Read 802.660.8673 802.859.1344

Radio

WCAT 1390 AM J.J. Prieve E-Mail info@wcat1390.com Phone 802.863.1010 WVMT 620 AM Charlie Pipillo/Ernie Farrar Fax 802.655.1329 Phone 802.655.0303 WWPV 88.7 FM (Campus Radio Station) Fax 802.654.2336 Phone 802.654.2334

Internet Outlets

Northeast-10 Conference http://www.northeast10.org Eastern College Athletic Conference http://www.ecac.com NCAA http://www.ncaa.org Division II Basketball http://www.d2basketball.com Division II Bulletin http://www.smallcollegehoops.com

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Finding Out More About Saint Michael’s College Check Out Our Web Site! Fans can access a wide array of information on the official site for Purple Knights athletics, including up-to-date news, rosters, schedules and team stats. While there, check out SMC Athletics on Facebook and Twitter too! For the most complete information on all 21 SMC sports, log onto http://www.smcathletics.com. Call The Saint Michael’s College Athletic Hotline - The sports information office manages a 24-hour sports hotline with game scores and recaps. The service is updated as soon as possible following contests, usually within one hour of completion. The Hotline can be accessed by dialing 802.654.2SMC.

Visit The Northeast-10 Web Site - The Northeast-10 Conference produces one of the top conference Web sites in the country and offers comprehensive information on all 23 league sports. To learn more about Saint Michael’s and its NE-10 opponents, log onto http://www.northeast10.org.

Saint Michael’s Media Relations Services

Services: Programs, statistics and pregame notes are always provided prior to the game. Halftime box scores will be given out to the media as will post-game statistics.

Press Row: The Ross Sports Center is equipped with a working press row that features telephone and digital lines for the media to use during and after the game. Please see Seth Cole prior to game time for more information.

Credentials: All requests for media credentials must be placed through the office of sports information, and should be made by working press only. Seating at press row is limited so please call in advance and notify the office of your seating needs. Passes are held at the ticket window in the entrance of the Tarrant Recreation Center. Telephones: The media will have access to telephones following the game in the sports information office.

Interviews: Saint Michael’s coaches and players are available for interviews following the game outside the men’s basketball locker room, located on the second floor of the Ross Sports Center behind the gym. Please allow for the team’s 10-minute cooling-off period. Non-game day interviews must be arranged through the sports information office. Radio Broadcasting Rights: Space and phone lines are available for visiting radio stations. Please contact the sports information office at least one week prior to the game you wish to broadcast to ensure line availability.

Who to Contact at SMC: For further information concerning the Saint Michael’s men’s basketball team, please contact Seth Cole in the sports information office at 802.654.2537 or scole2@smcvt.edu.

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This Is Saint Michael’s College

Saint Michael’s College, one of the nation’s Best Liberal Art Colleges in the 2011 edition of Best Colleges by U.S News Media Group, and one of The Princeton Review’s Best 371 Colleges, is a Catholic liberal arts college committed to creating a life-changing educational experience for students from throughout New England, the nation and the world. Saint Michael’s involves 1,900 undergraduate students in an oncampus residential community characterized by lifelong volunteer service, global perspectives and exceptional teaching in traditional arts and sciences, as well as contemporary fields of study. The College is situated on 440 scenic acres overlooking Burlington and Lake Champlain, with superlative views of Vermont’s Green Mountains. The Saint Michael’s community is further enriched by approximately 500 graduate students and 200 international students in the College’s School of International Studies, one of the nation’s oldest intensive English language institutes. A vibrant campus experience encompasses everything from sports to academic enrichment, to the fine and performing arts, to the unique international character of the college. Saint Michael’s is known as a terrific place for students who want to make the world a better place, as service to the community and to all humankind is a vibrant part of student life, reflecting the heritage of service of the Edmundite priests who founded Saint Michael’s--the one and only Edmundite college in the world--in 1904. Today, more than 70 percent of the student body actively pursues community service projects through Mobilization of Volunteer Efforts (M.O.V.E.), reflecting a unique passion for social justice issues on campus. With nearly 100 percent of undergraduates living on campus, residential life is designed to enable academic pursuits, co-curricular

Burlington, Vermont “The Nation’s Most Livable City” Located in the northwest corner of beautiful Vermont, Burlington is the state’s largest city with a population of approximately 50,000 people, a number that more than doubles when you add the surrounding towns. Burlington is a thriving community that has just the right combination of cultural activities, great food, shopping, and outdoor pursuits. A&E Television called Burlington the country’s No. 1 city in its “Top Ten Cities To Have It All” poll. Church Street, the city’s downtown marketplace and epicenter of all Burlington has to offer, has been rated as one of America’s “Great American Main Streets” by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Below are some of the honors “the Queen City” was honored within the last several years by various publications and organizations.

Burlington’s Honors #1 City to Have it All #1 Place for Outdoor Sports Best Standard of Living in U.S. Least Stressful Metro Area Awarded “Dream Team” Status Safest State in the Nation One of the Best Retirement Areas in U.S. Sixth-Best “Family-Friendly” Place in U.S. One of the Top-10 Places to Raise a Family An Outstanding Get-Away Location in the Northeast

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Saint Michael’s rose 12 spots to 93rd on the National Liberal Arts Colleges list in the 2011 edition of Best Colleges by U.S. News Media Group. activities, and the pure enjoyment of the college years and the Vermont experience to converge in a total Saint Michael’s College experience. The Tarrant Recreation Center and Ross Sports Center form the epicenter for athletic and recreational activities on campus. The College offers 21 intercollegiate sports that compete at the NCAA Division II level with all but four teams participating in the highly competitive Northeast-10 Conference, the second-largest Division II conference in the nation. For students who are looking for something slightly less competitive, there is a wide variety of club and intramural sports such as rugby, basketball, softball and even table tennis. Our acclaimed Wilderness Program also bring students into the great Vermont outdoors for adventure sports and survival training, from beginner to advanced certification levels. Saint Michael’s is home to Greater Burlington’s only Actor’s Equity professional summer theater, the Saint Michael’s Playhouse. On North Campus at historic Fort Ethan Allen, the Elley-Long Music Center at Saint Michael’s College is headquarters for the Vermont Youth Orchestra Association and provides rehearsal and performance space for the Vermont Mozart Festival. In recent years Saint Michael’s students and professors have received Rhodes, Woodrow Wilson, Guggenheim, Fulbright, National Science Foundation and other grants, and Saint Michael’s professors have been named Vermont Professor of the Year in four of the last nine years.

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The Northeast-10 Conference Currently in its third decade, the Northeast-10 Conference has established itself as one of the premier all-around NCAA Division II conferences in the nation. The conference is comprised of 16 northeastern colleges and universities: six from Massachusetts, four from New York, three from New Hampshire, two from Connecticut, and one from Vermont (Saint Michael’s). Founded in 1980 as the Northeast-7, the NE-10 has seen many changes in recent years, most notably when the league expanded from 10 to 15 institutions for the 2000-01 academic year. Franklin Pierce University, the University of Massachusetts Lowell, the College of Saint Rose, Southern Connecticut State University and Southern New Hampshire University were all added to the league that season. In 2008-09, the University of New Haven replaced Bryant University, which moved up to NCAA Division I, and this year, Adelphi University became the conference’s 16th member, tied for the most in Division II. A rotating round robin schedule dictates that all Northeast-10 schools play a 22-game conference basketball schedule, with schools meeting each other at least once during the regular season, and some schools meeting twice. Over a four-year period, each institution plays a balanced schedule against all league members. The season is capped off by a 12-team conference tournament. The winner of the conference tournament (both men and women) receives an automatic berth to the NCAA Division II Northeast Regional Tournament. Conference champions are also crowned in baseball, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, football, men’s golf, men’s ice hockey, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s tennis and women’s volleyball.

Northeast-10 Conference Members

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Adelphi University..........................................Garden City, N.Y. American International College....................Springfield, Mass. Assumption College ........................................Worcester, Mass. Bentley University ..............................................Waltham, Mass. Franklin Pierce University ....................................Rindge, N.H. Le Moyne College ................................................Syracuse, N.Y. University of Massachusetts Lowell....................Lowell, Mass. Merrimack College ................................North Andover, Mass. University of New Haven ..........................West Haven, Conn. Pace University................................................Pleasantville, N.Y. Saint Anselm College ....................................Manchester, N.H. Saint Michael’s College........................................Colchester, Vt. The College of Saint Rose ....................................Albany, N.Y. Southern Connecticut State Univ. ............New Haven, Conn. Southern New Hampshire Univ. ..................Manchester, N.H. Stonehill College ....................................................Easton, Mass.

2009-10 Season Wrap Up 2010 NE-10 Tournament Institution NE-10 Overall Franklin Pierce* 21-1 32-2 First Round Pace 18-4 22-8 #12 Merrimack 77 Stonehill 16-6 24-10 #5 Saint Rose 70 Bentley 16-6 19-11 #6 Assumption 77 Saint Rose 14-8 15-13 #11 Southern N.H. 70 Assumption 12-10 16-13 #10 American Intl. 63 UMass Lowell 12-10 16-11 #7 UMass Lowell 59 New Haven 11-11 14-15 #8 New Haven 81 Southern Conn. 10-12 13-15 #9 Southern Conn. 65 American Intl. 9-13 12-17 Southern N.H. 9-13 13-17 Quarterfinals Merrimack 9-13 12-17 #1 Franklin Pierce 79 Saint Michael’s 7-15 9-16 #8 New Haven 68 Saint Anselm 7-15 10-17 #2 Pace 62 Le Moyne 4-18 7-20 #10 American Intl. 46 Adelphi 1-21 4-23 #3 Stonehill 73 * NE-10 Regular Season and #6 Assumption 53 Tournament Champion #4 Bentley 88 All-Conference First Team #12 Merrimack 77 Kim Brennan, Jr., G, Bentley Johannah Leedham,Sr.,G/F,Franklin Pierce Semifinals Taylor Losey, Sr., F, Pace #1 Franklin Pierce 78 Emily Rousseau, Jr., G, Stonehill #4 Bentley 60 Kelsey Simonds, Sr., C, Stonehill #3 Stonehill 55 All-Conference Second Team #2 Pace 53 Colette Josey, Sr., F, Bentley Dominique Stellmacher, Jr., G, New Haven Championship Ephiphany Smith, So., G, Saint Anselm #1 Franklin Pierce 70 Ashley Rath, So., G, Saint Rose #3 Stonehill 59 Ashara Carrington, Sr., F, Southern N.H. 2010-11 NE-10 Preseason All-Conference Third Team Coaches’ Poll Kayla Parker, Sr., F, Assumption Rk. School Pts. Cynthia Gaudet, Jr., G, Franklin Pierce 1. Bentley (14) 224 Gennifer Roy, So., G, Merrimack 2. Pace (1) 198 Jacqueline Johannes, Sr., F, SCSU 3. Stonehill 190 Jenny McDade, Sr., G, Southern N.H. 4. Franklin Pierce (1) 183 All Rookie Team 5. Assumption 172 Gabrielle Gibson, G, Assumption 6. Saint Rose 148 Katy Howard, G, Assumption 7. Southern N.H. 129 Bianca Simmons, G, UMass Lowell t8. UMass Lowell 119 Kelly Schatzlein, F, Merrimack t8. New Haven 119 Sloane Sorrell, F, Southern N.H. 10. Merrimack 93 11. American Intl. 91 Player of the Year: Johannah Leedham, Franklin Pierce 12. Southern Conn. 71 Freshmen of the Year: t13. Le Moyne 67 Gabrielle Gibson, Assumption t13. Saint Anselm 67 Bianca Simmons, UMass Lowell 15. Saint Michael’s 29 Defensive Player of the Year: 16. Adelphi 19 Helin Marte, New Haven First place votes in parentheses Coach of the Year: Steve Hancock, Franklin Pierce

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Almost every sports fan is familiar with the three NCAA membership classifications: Divisions I, II and III. The public may be less familiar with what the classifications mean, especially in the case of Division II. In brief, Division I members are required to sponsor the most sports and provide the most athletically related financial aid for student-athletes. Division III members, on the other hand, are prohibited from providing athletically related financial assistance. In Division II, members are required to sponsor at least 10 varsity sports (at least five of which are women’s), and offer at least a minimum amount of athletically related financial aid. Other, less tangible considerations characterize Division II membership. Student-athletes often come from the area in which their institution is located. They are integrated with the student body. Many coaches and administrators perform other jobs or functions at their institutions, including teaching. Most Division II student-athletes pay for school through a combination of scholarship money, grants, student loans and employment earnings. The division’s philosophy stresses participation, and its financial aid requirement ensures quality competition. Members of Division II believe that a well-conducted intercollegiate athletics program, based on sound educational principles and practices, is a proper part of the educational mission of a university or college and that the educational welfare of the participating student athlete is of primary concern. Higher education has lasting importance on an individual’s future success. The Division II approach provides the student-athlete with growth opportunities through academic achievement, learning in highlevel athletic competition and development of positive societal attitudes in service to community. National championship opportunities in Division II are comparable to those in Divisions I and III. For 2010-11, Division II nationalchampionship competition will be offered in the following sports: Men (12) Baseball Basketball Cross country Football Golf Lacrosse Soccer Swimming and diving Tennis Indoor track Outdoor track Wrestling

Women (13) Basketball Cross country Field hockey Golf Lacrosse Rowing Soccer Softball Swimming and diving Tennis Indoor track Outdoor track Volleyball

In addition, Division II institutions and student-athletes are eligible to compete in National Collegiate (all division) Championships in women’s bowling, men’s and women’s gymnastics, men’s volleyball, and men’s and women’s water polo. Coed national championships are also conducted for all divisions in fencing, rifle and skiing. Community engagement activities are key to providing a comprehensive educational experience for students and strengthening the link between Division II athletics programs and their local communities. The balance and integration of these different areas of learning opportunity provide Division II student-athletes with a path to graduation while cultivating a variety of skills and knowledge for life ahead. In all, 291 institutions are NCAA Division II members, ranging from New England to Alaska and Hawaii. Nearly 90,000 student-athletes played an NCAA Divsion II sport during the 2009-10 school year, and more than one million students are enrolled at an NCAA Division II institution.

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Division II And The ECAC Since its foundation 73 years ago, the Eastern College Athletic Conference has emerged as a nationwide leader in service, with approximately 300 member institutions (more than 20 percent of the NCAA’s membership) in Divisions I, II and III, ranging across 16 states from Maine to North Carolina, and westerly to Illinois. Located in Centerville, Mass., on Cape Cod, the ECAC sponsors nearly 100 preseason and postseason events in 37 men’s and women’s sports. The ECAC provides leadership assistance for numerous affiliate organizations including the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes in America (IC4A), Intercollegiate Fencing Association (IFA), Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA), Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges (EARC), Eastern Association of Women’s Rowing Colleges (EAWRC), ECAC Hockey League (ECACHL), Eastern College Athletic Conference Sports Information Directors Association (ECAC-SIDA), and Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA). The ECAC assigns officials in 12 sports in Divisions I, II and III, including baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, fencing, field hockey, football, men’s gymnastics, men’s and women’s ice hockey, men’s and women’s soccer, softball and wrestling. In addition, the ECAC officiating bureaus provide clinics and workshops, improving the level of officiating and attracting the most qualified collegiate officials. The bureaus assign for both conference and NCAA championships and totaled over 46,000 assignments using more than 4,400 officials last year. The ECAC publicizes the achievements of over 2,500 studentathletes annually through the Player of the Week program and postseason all-stars. There are 23 sports for which the ECAC decides Players of the Week throughout the regular season, and 10 sports where all-star teams are honored. During the fall convention each year, the recognition awards program honors institutions, administrators, student-athletes, and officials for yearly and career achievements in these categories: ECAC Jostens Institution of the Year Award (institution) ECAC Jostens Administrator of the Year Award (current male and female administrator) n Katherine Ley Award (female administrator) n James Lynah Distinguished Achievement Award (retired administrators) n Robbins Scholar-Athlete Awards (male and female student-athletes in Div. I, II and III) n Award of Valor (student-athlete) n George L. Shiebler Award (game officials) n Commissioner’s Award (meritorious service) n ECAC Turfer Athletic Rowing Trophy n n

The ECAC also serves as the primary league for Division III men’s hockey (3), Division III women’s hockey (2), and Division I men’s lacrosse. The conference’s four Web sites feature real-time management and cutting-edge technology. In addition, the nation’s leading online officiating system site is a password-protected extranet that allows for real-time access to its membership and officials as changes occur to their schedules. The Conference’s main Web site is managed by a custom developed auto-content management system, giving the staff the ability to release conference news as it happens.

ECAC Division II Member Institutions

Adelphi Bridgeport Caldwell C.W. Post Dominican Dowling Lake Erie

Le Moyne Lincoln Mansfield Mercyhurst Post Saint Anselm Saint Michael’s

Salem International So. Connecticut St. West Chester *NE-10 schools in bold

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2010-11 NE-10 Opponents Adelphi University Panthers

American International College Yellow Jackets

Assumption College Greyhounds

Game #17: Jan. 29 at Colchester, Vt.

Game #16: Jan. 25 at Springfield, Mass.

Game #15: Jan. 22 at Colchester, Vt.

Location: Garden City, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 4,464 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Center for Recreation & Sport Athletic Director: Robert Hartwell Head Coach: Heather Jacobs Alma Mater (year): Franklin Pierce ’06 School Record (yrs.): First Season 2009-10 Record: 4-23 Conference Record/Finish: 1-21/16th Sports Info. Director: Suzette McQueen SID Phone: 516.877.4236 SID Fax: 516.877.4237 Web Site: www.aupanthers.com Bentley University Falcons Game #9: Jan. 2 at Colchester, Vt. Game #19: Feb. 5 at Waltham, Mass. Location: Waltham, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 4,016 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Dana Center Athletic Director: Bob DeFelice Head Coach: Barbara Stevens Alma Mater (year): Bridgewater St. ’76 School Record (yrs.): 636-144 (24) 2009-10 Record: 19-11 Conference Record/Finish: 16-6/t3rd Sports Info. Director: Dick Lipe SID Phone: 781.891.2334 SID Fax: 781.891.2648 Web Site: www.bentleyfalcons.com University of Massachusetts Lowell River Hawks Game #1: Nov. 17 at Lowell, Mass. Game #18: Feb. 2 at Colchester, Vt. Location: Lowell, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 8,031 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Costello Gymnasium Athletic Director: Dana Skinner Head Coach: Kathy O’Neil Alma Mater (year): Saint Michael’s ’81 School Record (yrs.): 402-311 (25) 2009-10 Record: 16-11 Conference Record/Finish: 12-10/t6th Sports Info. Director: Chris O’Donnell SID Phone: 978.934.2306 SID Fax: 978.934.2313 Web Site: www.goriverhawks.com

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Location: Springfield, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,743 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Butova Gymnasium Athletic Director: Richard Bedard Head Coach: Kristen Patterson Alma Mater (year): AIC ’02 School Record (yrs.): 50-43 (3) 2009-10 Record: 12-17 Conference Record/Finish: 9-13/t10th Sports Info. Director: Darryl Konicki SID Phone: 413.205.3572 SID Fax: 413.205.3571 Web Site: www.aicyellowjackets.com Franklin Pierce University Ravens Game #2: Nov. 23 at Rindge, N.H. Game #20: Feb. 8 at Colchester, Vt. Location: Rindge, N.H. Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,500 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: F.P.U. Field House Athletic Director: Bruce Kirsh Head Coach: Steve Hancock Alma Mater (year): Fitchburg State School Record (yrs.): 167-96 (9) 2009-10 Record: 32-2 Conference Record/Finish: 21-1/1st Sports Info. Director: Doug DeBiase SID Phone: 603.899.4222 SID Fax: 603.899.4328 Web Site: http://athletics.franklinpierce.edu

Location: Worcester, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,150 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Laska Gymnasium Athletic Director: Ted Paulauskas Head Coach: Kerry Phayre Alma Mater (year): Providence ’83 School Record (yrs.): 228-174 (14) 2009-10 Record: 16-13 Conference Record/Finish: 12-10/t6th Sports Info. Director: Steve Morris SID Phone: 508.767.7240 SID Fax: 508.767.7413 Web Site: www.assumptiongreyhounds.com Le Moyne College Dolphins Game #11: Jan. 8 at Syracuse, N.Y. Location: Syracuse, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,784 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Henniger Center Athletic Director: Matt Bassett Head Coach: Rich Conover Alma Mater (year): Green Mountain ’87 School Record (yrs.): 7-20 (1) 2009-10 Record: 7-20 Conference Record/Finish: 4-18/15th Sports Info. Director: Kevin McNeill SID Phone: 315.445.4412 SID Fax: 315.445.4678 Web Site: www.lemoynedolphins.com

University of New Haven Merrimack College Chargers Warriors Game #21: Feb. 10 at Colchester, Vt. Game #24: Feb. 19 at North Andover, Mass. Game #14: Jan. 19 at West Haven, Conn. Location: North Andover, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,350 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Volpe Center Athletic Director: Glenn Hofmann Head Coach: Helen Williams Alma Mater (year): Wake Forest ’87 School Record (yrs.): 37-76 (4) 2009-10 Record: 12-17 Conference Record/Finish: 9-13/t10th Sports Info. Director: Brad Davis SID Phone: 978.837.5238 SID Fax: 978.837.5032 Web Site: www.merrimackathletics.com

Location: West Haven, Conn. Undergraduate Enrollment: 3,500 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Charger Gymnasium Athletic Director: Deborah Chin Head Coach: Jessica Smith Alma Mater (year): Rhode Island ’95 School Record (yrs.): 76-43 (4) 2009-10 Record: 14-15 Conference Record/Finish: 11-11/8th Sports Info. Director: Andrew Beardsley SID Phone: 203.932.7025 SID Fax: 203.932.7470 Web Site: www.newhavenchargers.com

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Pace University Setters Game #13: Jan. 15 at Pleasantville, N.Y. Location: Pleasantville, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 7,807 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Goldstein Athletic Center Athletic Director: Joseph F. O’Donnell Head Coach: Carrie Seymour Alma Mater (year): Eastern Conn. ’83 School Record (yrs.): 341-193 (18) 2009-10 Record: 22-8 Conference Record/Finish: 18-4/2nd Sports Info. Contact: John Tagliaferri SID Phone: 914.773.3888 SID Fax: 914.773.3491 Web Site: www.pacesettersathletics.com Southern Connecticut State University Owls Game #12: Jan. 11 at Colchester, Vt. Location: New Haven, Conn. Undergraduate Enrollment: 7,114 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Moore Fieldhouse Athletic Director: Patricia Nicol Head Coach: Meghan Brown Alma Mater (year): Saint John’s ’96 School Record (yrs.): 35-49 (3) 2009-10 Record: 13-15 Conference Record/Finish: 10-12/9th Sports Info. Director: Michael Kobylanski SID Phone: 203.392.6005 SID Fax: 203.392.6967 Web Site: www.southernctowls.com

Saint Anselm College Hawks Game #6: Dec. 7 at Colchester, Vt. Game #25: Feb. 23 at Manchester, N.H.

The College of Saint Rose Golden Knights . Game #10: Jan. 5 at Colchester, Vt.

Location: Manchester, N.H. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Stoutenburgh Gymnasium Athletic Director: Dr. Jo-Ann E. Nester Head Coach: DeAnn Craft Alma Mater (year): Central Florida ’87 School Record (yrs.): 10-17 2009-10 Record: 10-17 Conference Record/Finish: 7-15/t13th Sports Info. Director: Ken Johnson, Jr. SID Phone: 603.641.7810 SID Fax: 603.641.7172 Web Site: http://athletics.anselm.edu

Location: Albany, N.Y. Undergraduate Enrollment: 4,980 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Nolan Gymnasium Athletic Director: Catherine Cummings Haker Head Coach: Karen Haag Alma Mater (year): Oneonta St. ’84 School Record (yrs.): 126-133 (9) 2009-10 Record: 15-13 Conference Record/Finish: 14-8/5th Sports Info. Director: David Alexander SID Phone: 518.458.5491 SID Fax: 518.458.5457 Web Site: www.gogoldenknights.com

Location: Manchester, N.H. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,600 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: SNHU Fieldhouse Athletic Director: Chip Polak Head Coach: Karen Pinkos Alma Mater (year): New Hampshire ’88 School Record (yrs.): 59-83 (5) 2009-10 Record: 13-17 Conference Record/Finish: 9-13/t10th Sports Info. Director: Greg Royce SID Phone: 603.645.9638 SID Fax: 603.645.9686 Web Site: www.snhupenmen.com

Location: Easton, Mass. Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,347 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Northeast-10 Home Court: Merkert Gymnasium Athletic Director: Paula J. Sullivan Head Coach: Trisha Brown Alma Mater (year): Harvard ’87 School Record (yrs.): 191-84 (9) 2009-10 Record: 24-10 Conference Record/Finish: 16-6/t3rd Sports Info. Director: Doug Monson SID Phone: 508.565.1352 SID Fax: 508.565.1504 Web Site: www.stonehillskyhawks.com

Southern New Hampshire University Penmen Game #4: Dec. 1 at Colchester, Vt. Game #23: Feb. 16 at Manchester, N.H.

Stonehill College Skyhawks Game #3: Nov. 28 at Easton, Mass. Game #22: Feb. 12 at Colchester, Vt.

2010-11 Non-Conference Opponents

Chestnut Hill College Griffins

Florida Institute of Technology Palm Beach Atlantic University Panthers Sailfish

University of West Florida Argos

Game #5: Dec. 4 at Colchester, Vt. Game #8: Dec. 19 at Melbourne, Fla. Game #8: Dec. 19 at Melbourne, Fla. Game #7: Dec. 18 at Melbourne, Fla.

Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Undergraduate Enrollment: 906 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Central Atlantic Collegiate Home Court: Sorgenti Arena Athletic Director: Lynn Tubman Head Coach: Kiesha King Alma Mater (year): Philadelphia ’05 School Record (yrs.): 11-43 (2) 2009-10 Record: 5-22 Conference Record/Finish: 4-15/12th Sports Info. Director: Greg Gornick SID Phone: 215.248.7060 SID Fax: 215.248.7047 Web Site: www.griffinathletics.com

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Location: Melbourne, Fla. Undergraduate Enrollment: 8,227 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Sunshine State Home Court: Clemente Center Athletic Director: Bill Jurgens, Jr. Head Coach: John Reynolds Alma Mater (year): Brockport ’76 School Record (yrs.): 421-240 (23) 2009-10 Record: 14-14 Conference Record/Finish: 6-10/t6th Sports Info. Director: Rebecca Vick SID Phone: 321.674.7484 SID Fax: 321,984.8529 Web Site: www.floridatechsports.com

Location: West Palm Beach, Fla. Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,889 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Sunshine State Home Court: Rubin Arena Athletic Director: Bob White Head Coach: Clarisse Garcia Alma Mater (year): Villanova ’07 School Record (yrs.): First Season 2009-10 Record: 6-18 Conference Record/Finish: N/A Sports Info. Director: Michael Brown SID Phone: 561.803.2529 SID Fax: 561.835.4329 Web Site: http://pbasailfish.com

Location: Pensacola, Fla. Undergraduate Enrollment: 5,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Gulf South Home Court: UWF Field House Athletic Director: Dave Scott Head Coach: Shannan Bergen Alma Mater (year): Radford ’94 School Record (yrs.): 162-140 (11) 2009-10 Record: 14-14 Conference Record/Finish: 4-6/4th Sports Info. Director: Matt Rowley SID Phone: 850.474.2140 SID Fax: 850.474.3342 Web Site: www.goargos.com

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Head Coach Jennifer Niebling M’10

Jennifer Niebling M’10, who has been involved with competitive basketball in Vermont for more than two decades, enters her eighth season as head coach of the Saint Michael’s College women’s basketball program in 2010-11. Niebling, 83-105 in her first seven seasons at the helm of the Purple Knights, led Saint Michael’s to a 14-13 record in 2008-09. That mark was the program’s second winning season in the last four years, and earned a postseason appearance for the fifth time in her six years with the program. She led Saint Michael’s to a 17-11 record in 2005-06. The 17 wins were just one shy of matching the program record, as Saint Michael’s finished with a top-10 regional ranking. Saint Michael’s also was one of the most improved Division II women’s basketball teams in the country in 2005-06 under Niebling. In her first year at the helm of the Purple Knights, Niebling posted an 11-16 record in 2003-04. She guided Saint Michael’s to the Northeast-10 Conference playoffs for the second consecutive season that year. In 2004-05, Niebling guided a squad that included six freshmen to an 8-18 record, including a 70-60 upset win at nationally-ranked American International College on Feb. 12. In 2006-07, Niebling’s squad went 11-16, earning yet another berth in the NE10 Tournament, and in 2007-08 she posted a 13-15 record. Last season, the Purple Knights compiled a 9-16 record. Niebling was selected as the SMC women’s basketball program’s fifth head coach in April of 2003. She replaced Sue Duprat, who coached the women’s team for 27 years. “Jen has a proven record with her previous experience at Vermont of being a tireless worker and a talented coach,” Athletic Director Geri Knortz said at the announcement of Niebling’s hire. “I have great confidence in her abilities to lead our program to success.” A 2007 graduate of the NCAA Women’s Coaches’ Academy, Niebling was the top assistant for the highly successful NCAA Division I University of Vermont women’s basketball team for the six seasons prior to joining Saint Michael’s, and was actively involved in all aspects of the program. With the Catamounts, she was primarily responsible for recruiting, player development, administrative duties and coordinating summer camps. Under Head Coach Keith Cieplicki, Niebling helped guide Vermont to three America East Conference regular season championships, one America East tournament title, an NCAA Division I Tournament seed and to the quarterfinals of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. She has coached two America East Rookie of the Year selections, a two-time America East Player of the Year and numerous all-conference players. “I’m very excited for the opportunity,” Niebling said. “I believe Saint Michael’s is a special place where I feel the women’s basketball program can do some very great things.” A four-year letter-winner at Vermont from 1989-93, Niebling’s storied collegiate career includes leading the Catamounts to back-toback undefeated regular seasons and NCAA tournament bids, during which time Vermont went 57-2.

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Name: Jennifer Niebling Born: October 30, 1970 Birthplace: Bellflower, California High School: Randolph (Vt.) Union High School College: Bachelor’s degree, political science, University of Vermont, 1993 Master’s Degree, Theology and Pastoral Ministry, Saint Michael’s, 2010 Coaching History: Head women’s coach, Trinity (Vt.) College, 1994-97 Assistant women’s coach, University of Vermont, 1997-2003 Head women’s coach, Saint Michael’s, 2003-present Coaching Highlights: Seventh place at NSCAA National Tournament in 1996 20+ wins, 1997-98 (22), 1999-00 (25) and 2001-02 (21) First place in America East, 1997-98, 1999-00, 2001-02 NCAA appearance in 1999-00 WNIT appearance in 2001-02 Second-most victories (83) at Saint Michael’s Led SMC to five playoff appearances in first six years She was a three-time America East All-Conference selection, a two-time all-tournament team selection, and she currently ranks eighth in the program’s history with 1,435 points. A 1993 GTE Academic All-American and a District I All-American, she was chosen as one of the Top 50 Vermont athletes of the 20th Century by Sports Illustrated magazine. Seventeen years since her playing days ended, she still ranks in the top-10 at UVM in many career statistics, including: steals, threepoint percentage, free throw percentage, assists, and field goal percentage. Prior to her time on the Vermont sidelines, Niebling spent from 1994-97 as the head women’s coach at Trinity College in Burlington, an institution which closed its doors in 2001. She led her squad to a seventh-place finish at the 1996 National Small College Athletic Association National Championship Tournament during her second season at the program’s helm. During her three years at Trinity, she also served as the college’s girls basketball camp director and organized the Homegrown Hoops Camp in Randolph, Vt. As a schoolgirl in Vermont at Division II Randolph Union High School, Niebling scored 1,402 points and led her Galloping Ghosts to the 1988 state title. “Jen has been a winner at every level from her earliest playing days at Randolph Union High School, through her collegiate career at Vermont, as a head coach at Trinity and an assistant at Vermont she has shown she can get the job done,” Knortz said.

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Shannon Kynoch Assistant Coach Shannon Kynoch, a local high school standout and four-year college basketball player, returns to Saint Michael’s for her third season as an assistant coach with the women’s basketball pro-

gram in 2010-11. After serving as a volunteer assistant coach in her first year with the program in 2008-09, Kynoch was promoted to the Purple Knights’ full-time top assistant position in August of 2009. With her full-time responsibilities, Kynoch is also part of the Purple Knights’ athletic operations team, staffing a number of athletic contests. “I’m thrilled to have Shannon join our fulltime staff,” said head coach Jen Niebling. “She was a valuable asset for the team last season (2008-09), and I’m sure she’ll add to those contributions. She is a terrific mentor for our players and has a keen eye for the nuances of the game. I’m looking forward to an excellent year with her on board.” “I am very excited and grateful to have the opportunity to return to the Saint Michael’s community and the women’s basketball program as a full-time employee,” said Kynoch. “After serving as an assistant in a part-time capacity last season (2008-09), I was able to see the growth and potential that this program has, and I cannot wait to get back to work and see what this season brings.” Kynoch was a four-year member of the women’s basketball program at the University of Southern Maine, a perennial NCAA Division III power. As a senior in 2007-08, Kynoch started every game, and led the team in blocks as the squad compiled a 25-4 record. She was a medical redshirt in 2006-07, but was the Huskies’ top player off the bench in 2005-06 during the team’s 32-2 season, a year in which the squad advanced to the Division III championship game. She appeared in 30 games as USM made the “Final Four”, going 31-3 in 2004-05, and also played in 24 games as a first-year during the Huskies’ 29-2 campaign in 2003-04. Kynoch had a standout basketball career at nearby South Burlington High School. She was a two-year captain, and three times made the Burlington Free Press All-State team (Second Team as a senior, Third Team as a junior, and Honorable Mention as a sophomore). A McDonald’s All-American nominee, Kynoch also was named to the Vermont Basketball Coaches’ Association Dream Team Dozen Underclassmen as a junior. She represented Vermont in the Twin State Basketball game as a senior, and also earned First Team All-Metro League honors. While serving as a part-time coach at Saint Michael’s in 2008-09, Kynoch was a para-educator at her alma mater, South Burlington High School (SBHS). She served as an assistant coach for the SBHS varsity softball team in 2009, and also has served as an assistant coach for the SBHS Unified Sports Special Olympics program.

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Assistant Coaches

Jackson Strayer-Benton Assistant Coach

Jackson Strayer-Benton, a local high school basketball coach and former college student-athlete, has been named the part-time second assistant coach of the Saint Michael’s College women’s basketball program. The announcement was made in September by eighth-year Saint Michael’s women’s basketball head coach Jennifer Niebling. “I am excited to join the Saint Michael’s women’s basketball program,” said Strayer-Benton. “I have the highest respect for Coach Niebling and (assistant) Coach Shannon Kynoch, and I can’t wait to learn from them and contribute to the success of the team.” “Jackson will be a great addition to our program, and Saint Michael’s is lucky to have him aboard,” said Niebling. “He brings passion, knowledge, and energy to our staff. Our players are sure to benefit from his insights, and we are very much looking forward to his contributions.” Strayer-Benton joins the Purple Knights after spending the last two years as a boy’s basketball assistant coach at Rice Memorial High School in Burlington, Vt. He assisted the varsity and junior varsity teams in the 2009-10 season, and the junior varsity and freshman squads during the 2008-09 campaign. Strayer-Benton, who currently resides in Burlington, Vt., graduated from Saint Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y., in 2006 with a degree in psychology. While at Saint Lawrence, Strayer-Benton was a member of the Saints’ men’s basketball program. A native of Sandwich, N.H., Strayer-Benton was a standout boy’s basketball player at Moultonborough (N.H.) Academy, where he is among the program’s all-time leaders in career steals, 3-pointers and 3-point percentage. He holds the single-season school record with 74 3-pointers as a senior in 2001-02, and also compiled the third-highest single-season assist total that season. Following his stellar senior season, Strayer-Benton was named to the All-State Team, and the Senior All-Star Team.

Mari McClure Volunteer Assistant Coach Mari McClure, a standout NCAA Division I basketball player, is in her first season as a volunteer assistant coach with the Saint Michael’s College women’s basketball program in 2010-11. McClure played for four years at the State University of New York at Buffalo, where she graduated magna cum laude in 2002. McClure scored 1,156 points in 111 games for Buffalo from 1997-2001, and averaged 16.1 ppg game in 2000-01 while leading the team to a 19-9 record. She was named to the Mid-American Conference Second Team that season, and was also a GTE-Verizon Academic AllDistrict selection that year. McClure's most memorable game was on Nov. 17, 2000, when she scored a careerhigh 35 points (two shy of Buffalo’s program record at the time) in a 95-89 win versus the University of North Carolina. McClure still holds the program record for career free throw percentage (minimum 100 made) at .819. McClure graduated from Buffalo’s law school in 2006. A Phi Beta Kappa student, McClure was the publications editor of the Buffalo Law Review in 2005-06. McClure has practiced law in Vermont since 2007, with her practice areas in business law, corporate law, commercial transactions and real estate. She is a member of the American Bar Association, and current works for the law office firm Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC.

Jackie Decarreau Strength & Conditioning Coach

Jackie Decarreau returns for her four season as the strength and conditioning coach for the Saint Michael’s women’s basketball program in 2010-11. Decarreau has served as a general manager of the Woolen Mill Health Club in Winooski, Vt., since 2003. Before joining the Woolen Mill Health Club, Jackie spent time as a strength and conditioning coach at Mike Boyle’s Strength and Conditioning Facility in Winchester, Mass. Decarreau is a 2002 graduate of Springfield College, where she received her degree in applied exercise science. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

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Season Outlook

The Saint Michael’s College women’s basketball team got off to a slow start last season, and couldn’t recover in missing the playoffs for the first time since the 2004-05 season. However, with six of the team’s top-eight scorers back from last season, eighth-year head coach Jen Niebling believes the 2010-11 Purple Knights have the offensive firepower and depth to return to the Northeast-10 Conference Tournament.

tunities for our team at both ends of the floor. She is ready for a big senior year.” The other two senior captains on the team - forward Meghan McCormack and guard Mandy Scott - should both see regular playing time off the bench. McCormack is the rare post player that is also dangerous from 3-point territory, providing the opposition with matchup issues. Not only did she lead the team in blocked shots last seaSeniors son, but she also averaged more than four rebounds The Purple Knights per contest and made 14 will lean heavily upon their 3-pointers, all in a reserve four senior captains, all of role. whom should see valuable “Meghan is poised for playing time in their final her best year this season,” season with the program. predicts Niebling. “She Heading the group is has incredible skills offenLogan Pintka. One of the sively, and has improved team’s top forwards the last the other aspects of her three seasons, Pintka game this offseason. Meg should emerge as the has demonstrated a strong squad’s top offensive threat work ethic this fall and is in 2010-11, and barring driven and determined to injury, should eclipse the go out with a bang her 1,000-point plateau midsenior year.” way through the year.She Scott, meanwhile, enters her final season with struggled a bit as a junior 817 career points, and has last season, but is poised amassed at least 240 points for a bounce-back season and 100 rebounds in each in 2010-11. Like of her first three seasons McCormack, she can with Saint Michael’s. stretch the defense with “Logan has been an her ability to shoot from incredibly consistent player long-range, and also has a throughout her career at knack for gathering offenSMC,” said Niebling. “She sive rebounds. is a mature, responsible “Mandy has develperson who holds herself oped into a valuable to high standards on and “glue” player for us. She is off the court. Logan can very active, aggressive, and guard any type of player, gets herself involved in and is a tremendous team countless plays,” said defender. She will be a big Niebling. “She is a tough factor for us on the front defender, can slash to the line this year.” basket, and can knock At the point guard down the outside shot. position, Marilyn Ferreira Senior Meghan McCormack, a strong offensive option off the bench her Her hard work is going to will once again serve as the first three seasons, can score from both inside and out in addition to pro- pay off this year.” team’s floor general. A viding strong defense. She led the team in blocks as a junior. pass-first player and one of Juniors the team’s best defenders, Ferreira has solidified herself as one of the league’s better ball handlers. She also is an above-average A trio of juniors provide the team with a diverse set of skills, rebounder, averaging nearly three boards per contest each of the last and all three have a unique role on the team. two seasons. Expected to become an everyday starter for the Purple Knights “Marilyn is the consummate leader. She is highly respected by in 2010-11 is Coreen Hennessy. One of the most athletic players her teammates for her skill, competitiveness and consistent work in the conference, Hennessy’s strength is her ability to drive to the ethic,” said Niebling. “She is an intelligent player who creates oppor- basket. She also is a dangerous defender, and should finish among

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the team’s leaders in steals this winter following a 21-steal campaign about the college game last season, and are poised for stronger years last season. in 2010-11. “Coreen is an amazing athlete capable of making jaw-dropping Expected to play the most of the trio is Nicole Adach. An plays,” raves Niebling. “Her speed, defensive ability and aggressive- intelligent post-player and one of the hardest workers on the team, ness will be great assets to our team. She is a dangerous offensive Adach will look to fill some of the void of 900-point scorer Michelle player and someone we will be counting on for a big year.” Otey ’10. One of the most “Nicole has improved accurate 3-point shooters her strength and skills in program history (38 pertremendously. She is a cent from beyond the arc tough competitor with a last season, 34 percent in nose for rebounding and her career), Caitlin Quinn excellent offensive skills,” can score in bunches. Few said Niebling. “She hustles players in the league can on every play and has the heat up offensively like she versatility to cause other can, and this season, forwards fits. Her work Quinn will look to expand ethic is amazing and will her offensive game while result in a big year for her.” taking on an increased Another post player workload. who should see increased “Caitlin is a very intelplaying time this winter is ligent player who can Kayla Carnell. One of knock down shots from the strongest players on long range,” said Niebling. the team, Carnell is an “She is a great communicaabove-average defender tor, team defender, and and a strong option off teammate. She helps everythe bench. one on the court and can “Kayla has great size, do all the little things that strength and offensive the team needs in any situskills. She can knock down ation. “Q” can erupt for shots and play tough post scoring in bunches.” defense,” said Niebling. Completing the junior “She is a consistent worker class is Samantha who is committed to Steinmetz. The lone true improving every day.” center on the team, At the guard position, Steinmetz’s strength is her Megan Olsen gives the defense, and specifically Purple Knights yet another her shot-blocking ability, a frontcourt option. A supeskill Niebling hopes to take rior athlete with plenty of advantage of even more in endurance, Olsen should 2010-11. round into form the sec“Sam is a lanky post ond half of the year after player who is noticeably battling nagging injuries in stronger this year,” notes the preseason. Niebling. “Her length is “Megan is a heady, creating plays for her team competitive guard. She has – whether it’s blocking Senior Mandy Scott, with the ability to hit the outside shot and a knack for great length, anticipates shots or keeping rebounds offensive rebounding, should see an expanded role in the Purple Knights’ well, and can cause havoc alive. She works extremely lineup in 2010-11. on the court,” said hard and is the epitome of Niebling. “Meg can shoot team player.” the “3” as well as take the ball strong to the basket. We are looking forward to seeing what she can do this year.” Sophomores Saint Michael’s has three sophomores, all of whom learned a lot

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Freshmen

Schedule

Three first-years join Saint Michael’s in 2010-11, including two A challenging 25-game regular-season schedule awaits the players that should play right away. Purple Knights in 2010-11. Complementing Ferreira at the point guard position is Cara The Purple Knights begin the season with three NE-10 road Deroy. Despite her small stature, Deroy is one of the quickest play- contests, including difficult encounters at Franklin Pierce University ers on the team, and can (who went 32-2 last seanot only slash to the hoop, son) and Stonehill College but create scoring opportu(24-10 last winter). Saint nities for her teammates. Michael’s also ends its reg“Cara is a dynamic ular-season with three point guard capable of straight league away scoring and creating at any games. moment,” observes In-between, Saint Niebling. “She is learning Michael’s is scheduled to to be the floor leader and play 12-of-19 games in the distributor, and is eager to friendly confines of the improve in those areas. She Ross Sports Center, a competes on every play, building that the Purple and is a great teammate.” Knights have gone .500Expected to see reguor-better in five of the last lar playing time off the six seasons. bench is forward Alexa The Purple Knights Long. Despite being one open their home schedule of the youngest players on on December 1 versus the team, Long is already Southern New Hampshire one of the team’s strongest University, a team that post players, and also has Saint Michael’s edged by the ability to drain the outone point at the Ross last side shot. season. That contest com“Alexa is an all-around mences a key three-game strong forward. She can homestand for the Purple shoot, post up, drive and Knights, which ends with use her power game,” said a date versus Saint Anselm Niebling. “She’s as athletic College on December 7. as anyone on the team and A final, pivotal stretch competes on the boards at for the Purple Knights both ends.” takes place between Completing the January 29-February 12. In incoming class is Kaitlin that 15-day span, Saint Geary, who is expected to Michael’s is scheduled to redshirt in 2010-11. A local play six league games, five standout, Geary can play of which are at home. The anywhere from shooting five-day span to close the guard to power forward, stretch has Saint Michael’s and after a year on the sidehosting Franklin Pierce on lines, should be poised for February 8, Merrimack a strong debut season next Junior Caitlin Quinn, one of the best 3-point shooters in the Northeast-10 College on February 10, winter. Conference last season, gives the Purple Knights a dangerous offensive and Stonehill on Senior “Kaitlin is a gifted threat. Day on February 12. shooter. She has a high, With 22 conference quick release and can really fill it up,” said Niebling. “She’s an intel- games on the docket, Saint Michael’s has just three regular-season ligent player who sees the floor well. She has good size for a perime- non-league games scheduled, all in December. The Purple Knights ter player which makes her a solid rebounder as well. She is going to will play their first-ever contest against regional-foe Chestnut Hill have a great career here.” College at the Ross on December 4. Two weeks later, the Purple Knights fly to sunny Florida, where Saint Michael’s will take part in the Florida Institute of Technology Christmas Tournament, playing a pair of Sunshine State schools in the tourney.

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Meet The Purple Knights

Marilyn Ferreira (C) Senior Guard 5’5” New London, N.H. - Kearsarge Regional

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Coaches Comments: “Marilyn is the consummate leader. She is highly respected by her teammates for her skill, competitiveness and consistent work ethic. She is an intelligent player who creates opportunities for our team at both ends of the floor. She is ready for a big senior year.”

As a Junior: Played in all 25 games, including 13 starts ... led team in assists, and second in steals ... one of just two players on team with more assists than turnovers ... tied career-high with 10 points (6-6 FT) and had career-high two blocks at Queens on Nov. 21 ... also had 10 points (3-4 FG), along with five rebounds, at Southern Connecticut on Jan. 12 ... had season-high eight assists and five steals versus Franklin Pierce on Nov. 24 ... had seven assists (and just two turnovers) in 21 minutes at UMass Lowell on Feb. 3 ... had an assist in every game, and a rebound in all but two games ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean’s List student ... As a Sophomore: Played in all but one game, and started 13 straight contests from Dec. 1-Jan. 29 ... fourth in NE-10 in assist/turnover ratio (1.36), and 10th in assists per game and steals per game ... scored career-high 10 points (4-5 FG) in first collegiate start at Saint Thomas Aquinas on Dec. 1 ... had career-high 11 assists (and just one turnover) at UMass Lowell on Jan. 3 ... recorded nine assists and just one turnover versus Saint Anselm on Jan. 20 ... had an assist in all but two games, and a rebound in all but two games ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean’s List student ... As a Freshman: Played in 17 games off the bench (missed 11 games midway through the season due to injury) ... fifth on team in assists (fourth in assists per game) ... had career-high seven points (3-3 FG) and five assists at Southern Conn. on Dec. 1 ... had six points (3-4 FG) and career-high seven rebounds versus Pace on Nov. 25 ... had a rebound in all bur one game, and an assist in 14 of 17 games played ... High School: Played four years of basketball, and two years of soccer, at Kearsarge Regional High School ... a First Team All-State selection as a junior and senior, and Second Team All-State as a sophomore ... the Class I Player of the Year as a senior ... the Concord Monitor Athlete of the Year as a senior ... the team Most Valuable Player her final three seasons ... scored more than 1,000 points in her career ... twice was named the MVP of the Keene Christmas Tournament ... Personal: Marilyn Castelot Ferreira ... born June 6, 1989 ... daughter of Daniel and Judith Ferreira ... majoring in education and sociology/anthropology ... brother, Andrew, plays collegiate basketball at Colby-Sawyer College ... a member of the Kappa Delta Pi National Honor Society. |---TOTAL---| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 2007-08 17-0 293/17.2 11-28 .393 2008-09 26-13 649/25.0 28-69 .406 2009-10 25-13 548/21.9 17-70 .243 Totals 68-26 1,490/21.9 56-167 .335

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Ferreira’s Career Highs

PTS: ........10 - three times (last at Southern Conn. 1/12/10) RBS:......................................................8 at Stonehill (1/14/09) ASTS: ........................................11 at UMass Lowell (1/3/09) BLKS: ..................2 - three times (last at Queens 11/21/09) STLS: ....................................5 vs. Franklin Pierce (11/24/09) MIN: ........................37 - twice (last vs. Merrimack 1/10/09) FG: ..............................4 at Saint Thomas Aquinas (12/1/08) FGA: ....................................................7 at Queens (11/21/09) 3FG:..............1 - six times (last at Southern Conn. 1/12/10) 3FGA: ............................................3 vs. Merrimack (12/5/09) FT: ................................................8 vs. New Haven (1/20/10) FTA:............................................16 vs. New Haven (1/20/10)

Ferreira’s Career Statistics

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA PCT 0-0 .000 4-14 .286 2-12 .167 6-26 .231

|----REBOUNDS----| FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A 8-14 .571 4 34 38/2.2 30/1 32 18-33 .545 5 70 75/2.9 62/2 94 41-60 .683 15 57 72/2.9 55/2 73 67-107 .626 24 161 185/2.7 147/5 199

TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 40 4 16 30/1.8 69 9 42 78/3.0 64 7 30 77/3.1 173 20 88 185/2.7

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Meghan McCormack (C) Senior Forward 6’0” Barrie, Ontario - Saint Peter’s Secondary School

Coaches Comments: “Meghan is poised for her best year this season. She has incredible skills offensively, and has improved the other aspects of her game this offseason. Meg has demonstrated a strong work ethic this fall and is driven and determined to go out with a bang her senior year.” McCormack’s Career Highs

PTS: ........................15 vs. Southern Connecticut (11/19/08) RBS: ............................................10 vs. New Haven (1/20/10) ASTS: ..................2 - four times (last at Merrimack 2/20/10) BLKS: ......................2 - twice (last vs. New Haven 1/20/10) STLS: ......................................3 vs. Southern N.H. (2/17/10) MIN: ..............................................28 at Merrimack (2/20/10) FG: ............5 - three times (last vs. Southern N.H. 2/17/10) FGA:......................10 - twice (last at Saint Anselm 12/8/10) 3FG:................2 - four times (last at Philadelphia 12/20/09) 3FGA:........................5 - three times (last at Bentley 1/2/10) FT: ..............................4 - three times (last vs. Pace 1/16/10) FTA: ....................5 - five times (last at Merrimack 2/20/10)

|---TOTAL---| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 2007-08 19-0 235/12.4 25-58 .431 2008-09 13-0 155/11.9 20-50 .400 2009-10 24-0 429/17.9 50-141 .355 Totals 56-0 819/14.6 95-249 .382

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As a Junior: Played in 24 games off the bench ... led team in blocks ... fourth on team in rebounds, steals, and 3-pointers ... scored season-high 14 points (5-10 FG) in just 19 minutes versus Franklin Pierce on Nov. 24 ... had 12 points (4-8 FG) and eight rebounds against Pace on Jan. 16 ... tallied 12 points (5-8 FG), five rebounds and career-high three steals versus Southern N.H. on Feb. 17 ... grabbed career-high 10 rebounds in just 20 minutes versus New Haven on Jan. 20 ... grabbed a rebound in all but one game, and scored in all but two games ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean’s List student ... As a Sophomore: Played in 13 games off the bench ... sixth on the team in points per game ... had career-high 15 points (5-8 FG, 2-2 3FG), eight rebounds and two steals in just 16 minutes in season debut versus Southern Connecticut on Nov. 19 ... played season-high 22 minutes at New Haven on Nov. 30 ... netted seven points (3-3 FG) at Holy Family on Dec. 31 ... did not play from Dec. 31-Feb. 8 ... scored in 10 of 13 games played, and had a rebound in 10 of 13 games played ... As a Freshman: Played 19 games off the bench ... had career-high eight points (4-6 FG) in just 14 minutes at Saint Rose on Dec. 19 ... had six points and five rebounds in 13 minutes at Bryant in NE-10 Playoffs on Mar. 2 ... had seven points and five rebounds in career-high 27 minutes versus Franklin Pierce on Feb. 19 ... scored and grabbed a rebound in each of last seven games ... High School: Played basketball at Saint Peter’s Secondary School ... a member of the 2005 Under 17 Junior Girls’ Provincial Team that represented Ontario in AAU competition ... Personal: Meghan B. McCormack ... born April 20, 1989 ... the second player from Canada in program history (Amy Pitchers ’08 the first).

McCormack’s Career Statistics

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA PCT 2-5 .400 6-19 .316 14-62 .226 22-86 .256

FT-FTA PCT 11-18 .611 9-16 .563 21-33 .636 41-67 .612

|----REBOUNDS----| OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A TO BLK 12 42 54/2.8 24/0 6 24 4 5 30 35/2.7 19/0 2 16 3 22 76 98/4.1 59/2 9 46 13 39 148 187/3.3 102/2 17 86 20

STL PTS/AVG 12 63/3.3 5 55/4.2 20 135/5.6 37 253/4.5

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Lo g an Pintka (C) Senior Forward 6’0” Schenectady, N.Y. - Colonie Central

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Coaches Comments: “Logan has been an incredibly consistent player throughout her career at SMC. She is a mature, responsible person who holds herself to high standards on and off the court. Logan can guard any type of player, and is a tremendous team defender. She will be a big factor for us on the front line this year.”

As a Junior: Played, and started, 24 of 25 games ... ninth in the NE-10 in free throw percentage ... led team in free throws made and defensive rebounds ... second on team in rebounds, offensive rebounds, games started, minutes and minutes per game ... third on team in scoring, blocks, and field goals ... scored career-high 28 points (11-12 FT) and grabbed season-high 11 rebounds in season-opener versus UMass Lowell on Nov. 18 ... had 17 points (78 FT) and nine rebounds at Adelphi on Jan. 30 ... notched 16 points, five rebounds and three steals at UMass Lowell on Feb. 3 ... had at least two points and one rebounds in every game ... made a free throw in all but two games ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean’s List member ... As a Sophomore: Played in every game for the second straight season, and started 21 contests ... second on team (and 27th in NE-10) in points per game ... led team in free throws made and attempted ... tied career high with 21 points (9-12 FG) and added seven rebounds and two steals at Southern Connecticut on Feb. 10 ... also had 21 points (7-10 FT) versus Southern N.H. on Dec. 3 ... scored in double figures in 15 games ... scored in every game, and had a rebound in every game ... made a free throw in all but four games ... played at least 15 minutes in every game ... scored at least nine points in nine of final 10 games of season ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... As a Freshman: One of three players to appear in every game (including five starts) ... led team in free throws made and attempted, second in blocks, field goals made and points, and third in points per game and rebounds ... scored in double figures 14 times ... had double-double in collegiate debut (15 points, season-high 15 rebounds and four blocks) versus Saint Thomas Aquinas on Nov. 17 ... had 16 points (12-14 FT), six rebounds and two steals in first start versus Pace on Nov. 25 ... had season-high 21 points (7-15 FG), along with eight rebounds, versus Franklin Pierce on Feb. 19 ... had at least eight points in each of last 12 games ... High School: Played four years of varsity basketball at Colonie Central High School ... the Albany Times Union Player of the Year as a senior ... the Suburban Council Player of the Year as a senior ... a Suburban Council All Star as a sophomore and junior ... a News Channel 13 All Star as a junior and senior ... won student-athlete award as a senior ... team won Section II championship as a sophomore and senior, and regional championship as a senior ... Personal: Logan Nicole Pintka ... born June 23, 1989 ... daughter of Douglas Pintka and Leigh Bullock ... majoring in business administration and minoring in marketing. |---TOTAL---| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 2007-08 28-5 669/23.9 90-246 .366 2008-09 27-21 722/26.7 98-253 .387 2009-10 24-24 664/27.7 81-222 .365 Totals 79-50 2,055/26.0 269-721 .373

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Pintka’s Career Highs

PTS: ......................................28 vs. UMass Lowell (11/18/09) RBS: ......................15 vs. Saint Thomas Aquinas (11/17/07) ASTS: ..........................................................4 at Pace (2/16/08) BLKS: ......................4 vs. Saint Thomas Aquinas (11/17/07) STLS:............................................3 at UMass Lowell (2/3/10) MIN:......................................37 vs. Franklin Pierce (2/19/08) FG:................................9 at Southern Connecticut (2/10/09) FGA: ....................................18 vs. UMass Lowell (11/18/09) 3FG: ........................................2 vs. Franklin Pierce (2/19/08) 3FGA: ....................................5 vs. Franklin Pierce (2/19/08) FT:..........................................................12 vs. Pace (11/25/07) FTA: ......................................................14 vs. Pace (11/25/07)

Pintka’s Career Statistics

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA PCT 7-31 .226 3-8 .375 3-7 .429 13-46 .283

FT-FTA PCT 87-119 .731 100-134 .746 79-101 .782 266-354 .751

|----REBOUNDS----| OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A TO BLK 46 61 107/3.8 69/2 22 60 16 44 77 121/4.5 68/2 21 56 7 31 86 117/4.9 56/2 16 50 8 121 224 345/4.4 193/6 59 166 31

STL PTS/AVG 15 274/9.8 9 299/11.1 16 244/10.2 40 817/10.3

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Mand y Scott (C) Senior Guard 5’8” Vergennes, Vt. - Vergennes Union

Coaches Comments: “Mandy has developed into a valuable “glue” player for us. She is very active, aggressive, and gets herself involved in countless plays. She is a tough defender, can slash to the basket, and can knock down the outside shot. Her hard work is going to pay off this year.” Scott’s Career Highs

PTS:..............................................16 at Assumption (1/29/09) RBS: ....................................................6 at Queens (11/21/09) ASTS: ..............................................4 at Merrimack (2/20/10) BLKS: ............1 - five times (last vs. Saint Anselm 1/20/09) STLS: ......................................4 vs. Franklin Pierce (2/19/08) MIN: ............................................31 at Assumption (1/29/09) FG: ................................................6 at Assumption (1/29/09) FGA: ............................................10 at Assumption (1/29/09) 3FG: ..............................................4 at Assumption (1/29/09) 3FGA:........................5 - twice (last at Assumption 1/29/09) FT: ......................2 - three times (last at Merrimack 2/20/10) FTA: ............................................3 at Saint Anselm (2/21/09)

|---TOTAL---| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 2007-08 8-0 57/7.1 5-11 .455 2008-09 24-11 411/17.1 31-87 .356 2009-10 19-0 209/11.0 9-40 .225 Totals 51-11 677/13.3 45-138 .326

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As a Junior: Played in 19 games off the bench ... had season-high five points and career-high six rebounds in just 17 minutes at Queens on Nov. 21 ... also had five points in 14 minutes versus Merrimack on Dec. 5 ... played season-high 21 minutes versus Franklin Pierce on Nov. 24 ... tallied four rebounds and four assists in 18 minutes at Merrimack on Feb. 20 ... had two steals in three of her first four games of the season ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean’s List member ... As a Sophomore: Played in all but three games, and started 11 contests (including final 10 games of season) ... third on team in 3-pointers, and fourth in offensive rebounds ... had career-highs of 16 points (6-10 FG, 4-5 3FG) and five rebounds in 31 minutes at Assumption on Jan. 29 ... had career-high three assists (and zero turnovers) in 29 minutes in first collegiate start versus Merrimack on Jan. 10 ... scored nine points (3-4 FG, 2-3 3FG) at Saint Thomas Aquinas on Dec. 1 ... played at least 28 minutes in three straight starts from Jan. 24-31 ... had at least one rebound in final 11 games of season ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... As a Freshman: Played in eight games off the bench ... made all four 3-pointers on the season (all coming in final three regular-season games) ... had season-high six points (2-2 3FG) in regular-season finale versus Southern New Hampshire on Feb. 26 ... had five points, five rebounds and four steals in 19 minutes versus Franklin Pierce on Feb. 19 ... made debut versus Mercy on Nov. 18 ... High School: Played four years of varsity basketball, in addition to three years of varsity soccer and two years of rowing, at Vergennes Union High School ... a Burlington Free Press First Team All-State selection as a senior, and Second Team All-State as a sophomore and junior ... the Addison Independent Player of the Year as a sophomore and senior ... the team’s Most Valuable Player as a freshman, sophomore and senior ... high school won Division II State Championship as a sophomore and junior ... Personal: Amanda Beverly Scott ... born June 15, 1989 ... daughter of James and DiAnne Scott ... a psychology major, and religious studies minor ... has an older sister, Samantha.

Scott’s Career Statistics

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA PCT 4-4 1.000 15-45 .333 4-22 .182 23-71 .324

FT-FTA PCT 1-2 .500 5-10 .500 4-4 1.000 10-16 .625

|----REBOUNDS----| OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 3 7 10/1.3 3/0 0 3 0 6 15/1.9 21 29 50/2.1 24/0 17 19 5 13 82/3.4 10 20 30/1.6 19/0 15 19 0 10 26/1.4 34 56 90/1.8 46/0 32 41 5 29 123/2.4

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Cor een Hennessy Junior Guard 5’7” Chatham, N.H. - Fryeburg Academy

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Coaches Comments: “Coreen is an amazing athlete capable of making jaw-dropping plays. Her speed, defensive ability and aggressiveness will be great assets to our team. She is a dangerous offensive player and someone we will be counting on for a big year.” As a Sophomore: Played in 24 games, including the first 11 starts of her career ... third on team in steals, and fourth in assists ... scored career-high 12 points in consecutive games (versus Le Moyne on Jan. 9, at Southern Connecticut on Jan. 12) ... combined to make 13-of-17 free throws in those two games ... also had season-high five rebounds and three assists against Le Moyne ... had nine points at Saint Anselm on Dec. 8 ... played 32 minutes in first career start versus Stonehill on Nov. 29 ... had a rebound in 12 straight games from Nov. 24-Jan. 16 ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean’s List student ... As a Freshman: Played in all but one game off the bench ... third on team in free throw percentage ... scored season-high 10 points (4-5 FG) in 18 minutes in collegiate debut versus Queens (N.Y.) on Nov. 16 ... played season-high 31 minutes, scoring eight points, in next game versus Southern Connecticut on Nov. 19 ... had eight points (4-4 FT) and season-best five rebounds in 25 minutes versus Saint Anselm on Jan. 20 ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... High School: Played four years of basketball, soccer and track at Fryeburg Academy ... scored 1,200 points in her varsity basketball career ... a Top-10 Miss Maine Basketball finalist as a senior ... all-conference as a junior and senior in all three sports ... won state championship in long jump as a sophomore, and state title in triple jump as a junior and senior (school record 36’2”) ... a National Honor’s Society member, also earned Citizenship Award ... Personal: Coreen Elise Hennessy ... born December 9, 1989 ... daughter of John and Donna Hennessy ... majoring in sociology/anthropology, and minoring in psychology ... has seven siblings.

|---TOTAL---| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 2008-09 26-0 388/14.9 30-84 .357 2009-10 24-11 446/18.6 28-101 .277 Totals 50-11 834/16.7 58-185 .314

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Hennessy’s Career Highs

PTS: ..................12 - twice (last at Southern Conn. 1/12/10) RBS: ....................5 - three times (last vs. Le Moyne 1/9/10) ASTS: ....................3 - three times (last at Stonehill 2/13/10) BLKS: ......................................2 vs. Southern N.H. (12/3/08) STLS:........................3 - twice (last at UMass Lowell 2/3/10) MIN: ................33 - twice (last at Southern Conn. 1/12/10) FG:......................................................4 vs. Queens (11/16/08) FGA: ......................10 vs. Southern Connecticut (11/19/08) 3FG: ..................1 - 10 times (last at UMass Lowell 2/3/10) 3FGA: ............................................5 vs. Merrimack (12/5/09) FT:............................................8 at Southern Conn. (1/12/10) FTA: ......................................12 at Southern Conn. (1/12/10)

Hennessy’s Career Statistics

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA PCT 4-18 .222 6-29 .207 10-47 .213

|----REBOUNDS----| FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 30-38 .789 8 22 30/1.2 27/0 14 42 3 17 94/3.6 36-48 .750 17 26 43/1.8 25/0 27 45 4 21 98/4.1 66-86 .767 25 48 73/1.5 52/0 41 87 7 38 192/3.8

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Caitlin Quinn

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Junior Guard 5’8” Oakdale, Conn. - Montville

Coaches Comments: “Caitlin is a very intelligent player who can knock down shots from long range. She is a great communicator, team defender, and teammate. She helps everyone on the court and can do all the little things that the team needs in any situation. “Q” can erupt for scoring in bunches.” Quinn’s Career Highs

PTS: ..............................................21 vs. Merrimack (12/5/09) RBS: ............................6 at Saint Thomas Aquinas (12/1/08) ASTS: ......................................4 vs. Southern N.H. (2/17/10) BLKS:................1 - three times (last at Merrimack 2/20/10) STLS: ......................................................4 vs. Bentley (2/6/10) MIN:......................32 - twice (last at Saint Anselm 12/8/09) FG: ..................................................7 vs. Merrimack (12/5/09) FGA: ............................................12 vs. Merrimack (12/5/09) 3FG: ................................................7 vs. Merrimack (12/5/09) 3FGA: ..........................................11 vs. Merrimack (12/5/09) FT: ................................................4 at Saint Anselm (2/21/09) FTA: ......................................4 - twice (last vs. AIC 1/26/10)

|---TOTAL---| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 2008-09 27-15 525/19.4 36-125 .288 2009-10 24-12 522/21.8 46-126 .365 Totals 51-27 1,047/20.5 82-251 .327

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As a Sophomore: Played in 24 of 25 games, and started 12 ... fifth in NE-10 in 3-point percentage, and tied for 12th (with teammate Alexis Keller) in 3-pointers per game ... led team in both categories, and fourth in scoring ... scored career-high 21 points (711 3FG) and had three steals versus Merrimack on Dec. 5 ... had 16 points (4-9 3FG) and five rebounds at Philadelphia on Dec. 20 ... scored in double figures in final three games of the season ... played at least 30 minutes in five straight games (all starts) from Dec. 5-Jan. 2, averaging 12.2 ppg in that stretch ... had a rebound in all but one game ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean’s List member ... As a Freshman: Played in every game, and started 15 of first 17 contests ... led team in free throw percentage, second in 3-pointers and 3-point attempts, and fifth in scoring ... scored 11 points (3-8 3FG) in 29 minutes in collegiate debut versus Queens on Nov. 16 ... had season-high 13 points (3-6 3FG) at Le Moyne on Dec. 13 ... had 10 points (4-4 FG) in just 18 minutes at Southern Connecticut on Feb. 10 ... scored in 15 of first 16 games, and 24 of 27 games on the season ... had a 3-pointer in 18 games (eight straight from Dec. 13-Jan. 14) ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... High School: Played four years of basketball, track and cross country at Montville High School ... scored more than 1,000 points in her varsity basketball career ... an All-State selection as a senior, and made All-State Academic Team as well ... a three-year team captain and team MVP in basketball ... a National Honor’s Society member ... AAU team, the Connecticut Gold, won state championship ... Personal: Caitlin Eileen Quinn ... born February 8, 1990 ... daughter of Jeremiah and Judy Quinn ... has three older siblings (Matt played basketball at Bucknell, Colleen played basketball at Southern N.H., and Mike is in his final year on the Bentley basketball team) ... majoring in psychology ... father coaches the St. Thomas More prep school boy’s basketball team.

Quinn’s Career Statistics

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA PCT 27-92 .293 38-100 .380 65-192 .339

FT-FTA PCT 20-25 .800 18-22 .818 38-47 .809

|----REBOUNDS----| OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 13 35 48/1.8 22/0 19 33 0 12 119/4.4 20 45 65/2.7 16/0 19 35 3 15 148/6.2 33 80 113/2.2 38/0 38 68 3 27 267/5.2

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Samantha Steinmetz Junior Center 6’2” Washington, Conn. - Shepaug Valley

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Coaches Comments: “Sam is a lanky post player who is noticeably stronger this year. Her length is creating plays for her team – whether it’s blocking shots or keeping rebounds alive. She works extremely hard and is the epitome of team player.” As a Sophomore: Played in six games ... made first collegiate start versus Franklin Pierce on Nov. 24 ... in that game, played careerhigh 18 minutes ... tied career-high of seven rebounds and blocked career-high three shots at Southern Connecticut on Jan. 12 ... also scored season-high three points in that game ... first game of season was at Queens on Nov. 21 ... played in three straight games from Jan. 9-16 ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean’s List member ... As a Freshman: Played in nine games off the bench ... had season-highs of four points (2-3 FG), seven rebounds and two blocks in 14 minutes at Holy Family on Dec. 31 ... had two points and a steal in eight minutes in collegiate debut versus Queens (N.Y.) on Nov. 16 ... had a rebound in eight of nine games played ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean’s List member ... High School: Played four years of basketball, soccer and track and field at Shepaug Valley High School ... had more than 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in her varsity basketball career ... a two-time All-State selection ... a three-time All-League selection ... won Berkshire League championship as sophomore and senior (19-1 record both years) ... won league sportsmanship award and regional referee sportsmanship award ... captained basketball and soccer teams as a senior ... a National Honor’s Society member, and four-year academic athlete ... played AAU basketball for the Connecticut Fillies and Connecticut Starters ... Personal: Samantha Rose Steinmetz ... born June 1, 1990 ... daughter of Paul Steinmetz and Jenine Michaud ... has three siblings ... majoring in secondary education and history, and minoring in Spanish and global studies.

|---TOTAL---| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 2008-09 9-0 63/7.0 5-13 .385 2009-10 6-1 51/8.5 3-8 .375 Totals 15-1 114/7.6 8-21 .381

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Steinmetz’s Career Highs

PTS: ............................................4 at Holy Family (12/31/08) RBS: ....................7 - twice (last at Southern Conn. 1/12/10) ASTS: ....................................1 vs. Franklin Pierce (11/24/09) BLKS:......................................3 at Southern Conn. (1/12/10) STLS: ....................1 - twice (last vs. Franklin Pierce 1/6/09) MIN: ..................................18 vs. Franklin Pierce (11/24/09) FG: ..............................................2 at Holy Family (12/31/08) FGA:..........................................4 vs. Franklin Pierce (1/6/09) 3FG:............................................................no career 3-pointers 3FGA: ............................................no career 3-point attempts FT:............................................1 at Southern Conn. (1/12/10) FTA: ........................................6 at Southern Conn. (1/12/10)

Steinmetz’s Career Statistics

|---3-PTS---| 3FG-FGA PCT 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

|----REBOUNDS----| FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO 0-2 .000 3 14 17/1.9 13/0 1-6 .167 2 9 11/1.8 8/0 1-8 .125 5 23 28/1.9 21/0

A TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 0 3 3 2 10/1.1 1 2 4 0 7/1.2 1 5 7 2 17/1.1

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Nicole Adac h

Sophomore Forward 5’11” Schenectady, N.Y. - Mohonasen

Coaches Comments: “Nicole has improved her strength and skills tremendously. She is a tough competitor with a nose for rebounding and excellent offensive skills. She hustles on every play and has the versatility to cause other forwards fits. Her work ethic is amazing and will result in a big year for her.” Adach’s Career Highs

PTS:..........................................6 vs. Southern N.H. (2/17/10) RBS:......................................................5 at Stonehill (2/13/10) ASTS: ........1 - three times (last vs. Southern N.H. 2/17/10) BLKS: ......................................2 vs. Southern N.H. (2/17/10) STLS:....................................................2 at Stonehill (2/12/10) MIN: ..............................20 - twice (last at Stonehill 2/13/10) FG: ..........................................3 vs. Southern N.H. (2/17/10) FGA: ........................................7 vs. Southern N.H. (2/17/10) 3FG:............................................................no career 3-pointers 3FGA:......................1 - five times (last at Stonehill 2/13/10) FT:........................................2 - twice (last vs. Bentley 2/6/10) FTA: ....................................2 - twice (last vs. Bentley 2/6/10)

As a Freshman: Played in 15 games off the bench ... tallied season-high six points (3-7 FG), five rebounds and two blocks in 13 minutes versus Southern N.H. on Feb. 17 ... had five points and five rebounds in season-high 20 minutes at Stonehill on Feb. 13 ... recorded four points and three rebounds in 20 minutes against Le Moyne on Jan. 9 ... made collegiate debut at Queens on Nov. 21 ... first points came at Southern N.H. on Dec. 2 ... made all five of her free throw attempts on the season ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean’s List member ... High School: Played four years of varsity basketball at Mohonasen High School ... finished her career second in school history with 1,106 points ... as a senior captain, averaged 14 points and 12 rebounds per game ... senior year squad finished 22-3, won second-ever Sectional championship, first Regional title, and advanced to state semifinals ... Suburban Council All-Conference First Team, a News Channel 13 All-Star, and earned First Team honors from the Schenectady Daily Gazette and the Albany Times Union ... Second Team All-State selection by the New York State (NYS) Sportswriters Association ... NYS Section 2 Class A Tournament MVP as a senior ... earned All-Tournament Team honors in the NYS Public Athletic Association Championship ... Personal: Nicole Christine Adach ... born May 20, 1991 ... daughter of Jerry and Kathy Adach ... majoring in psychology.

Adach’s Career Statistics

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 2009-10 15-0 128/8.5 13-40 .325 0-5 .000 5-5 1.000 10 16 26/1.7 13/0 3 10 3 5 31/2.1 Totals 15-0 128/8.5 13-40 .325 0-5 .000 5-5 1.000 10 16 26/1.7 13/0 3 10 3 5 31/2.1

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Meet The Purple Knights

K a yla Car nell

Sophomore Forward 6’1” Burlington, Mass. - Burlington

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Coaches Comments: “Kayla has great size, strength and offensive skills. She can knock down shots and play tough post defense. She is a consistent worker who is committed to improving every day.” As a Freshman: Played in 10 games off the bench ... recorded season-high six points (3-5 FG) and three rebounds in 12 minutes in collegiate debut at Philadelphia on Dec. 20 ... played at least six minutes in each of next three contests, compiling a combined four points, four rebounds, and two blocks ... also scored in just two minutes of action at Stonehill on Feb. 13 ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... High School: Played four years of varsity basketball and volleyball at Burlington (Mass.) High School ... captained both teams as a senior, and earned Middlesex League All-Star honors in both sports ... in basketball, a Lowell Sun All-Star as a senior, and a Boston Globe All-Scholastic pick ... basketball team’s MVP as a senior, and two-time volleyball team MVP ... involved with school’s student government ... active in campaigns regarding smoking and alcohol education ... spent a summer on a mission trip in West Virginia ... has worked at Camp Paul in Chelmsford, Mass., teaching physical education classes to special needs children ... Personal: Kayla Jacqueline Carnell ... born November 21, 1990 ... daughter of Chuck and Debbie Carnell ... majoring in biology (pre-med) ... uncle, George White, played ice hockey at the University of New Hampshire ... a member of the College singing group Accabellas.

Carnell’s Career Highs

PTS:..............................................6 at Philadelphia (12/20/09) RBS: ............................................3 at Philadelphia (12/20/09) ASTS:....................................1 at Goldey-Beacom (12/21/09) BLKS: ............................1 - twice (last at Saint Rose 1/6/10) STLS:..............................1 - twice (last vs. Le Moyne 1/9/10) MIN: ..........................................12 at Philadelphia (12/20/09) FG: ..............................................3 at Philadelphia (12/20/09) FGA: ............................................5 at Philadelphia (12/20/09) 3FG:............................................................no career 3-pointers 3FGA: ................................................1 vs. Le Moyne (1/9/10) FT: ............................................................no career free throws FTA: ..........................................no career free throw attempts

Carnell’s Career Statistics

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 2009-10 10-0 49/4.9 6-17 .353 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1 7 8/0.8 5/0 1 6 2 2 12/1.2 Totals 10-0 49/4.9 6-17 .353 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1 7 8/0.8 5/0 1 6 2 2 12/1.2

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Meet The Purple Knights

Me g an Olsen

Sophomore Guard 5’10” Glenmont, N.Y. - Bethlehem Central

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Coaches Comments: “Megan is a heady, competitive guard. She has great length, anticipates well, and can cause havoc on the court. Meg can shoot the “3” as well as take the ball strong to the basket. We are looking forward to seeing what she can do this year.” As a Freshman: Played in eight games off the bench ... had season-high five points, four rebounds, and 15 minutes of action at Goldey-Beacom on Dec. 21 ... recorded four points and two assists at Franklin Pierce on Feb. 9 ... made collegiate debut at Philadelphia on Dec. 20 ... an NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient ... a Dean’s List member ... earned NE-10 All-Rookie honors as a member of the SMC women's soccer team (played in all 18 games, including two starts, and tallied one assist as a midfielder) ... High School: Played basketball and soccer at Bethlehem Central High School ... the Section II Female ScholarAthlete of the Year as a senior ... finished basketball career with 1,023 points ... co-captained team to Section II Class AA championship as a senior ... a News Channel 13 All-Star, Suburban Council Player of the Year, and NYS Section 2 Class AA Tournament MVP as a senior ... a two-time First Team pick by both the Schenectady Daily Gazette and the Albany Times Union, and two-time Suburban Council First Team selection ... led soccer team to Section II Class AA Championship as a sophomore and senior ... Personal: Megan Ann Olsen ... born January 25, 1991 ... daughter of Bruce and Sandra Olsen ... majoring in economics and psychology ... brother, Chris, played baseball at the University of Rochester ... started every game as a member of the SMC women’s soccer team as a sophomore ... in the College’s Honor’s Program.

Olsen’s Career Highs

PTS: ......................................5 at Goldey-Beacom (12/21/09) RBS: ......................................4 at Goldey-Beacom (12/21/09) ASTS: ..............................2 - twice (last at Stonehill 2/13/10) BLKS:................................................................no career blocks STLS: ........................1 - six times (last at Stonehill 2/13/10) MIN: ..................................15 at Goldey-Beacom (12/21/09) FG:..........................1 - twice (last at Franklin Pierce 2/9/10) FGA: ....................................5 at Goldey-Beacom (12/21/09) 3FG:........................1 - twice (last at Franklin Pierce 2/9/10) 3FGA: ..................................4 at Goldey-Beacom (12/21/09) FT: ....................2 - twice (last at Goldey-Beacom 12/21/09) FTA: ..............2 - four times (last at Franklin Pierce 2/9/10)

Olsen’s Career Statistics

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| SEASON GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT/AVG PF/FO A TO BLK STL PTS/AVG 2009-10 8-0 58/7.3 2-8 .250 2-6 .333 6-8 .750 1 9 10/1.3 3/0 5 6 0 6 12/1.5 Totals 8-0 58/7.3 2-8 .250 2-6 .333 6-8 .750 1 9 10/1.3 3/0 5 6 0 6 12/1.5

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Meet The Purple Knights

Car a Der o y

Freshman Guard 5’3” Hamden, Conn. - Hamden

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Coaches Comments: “Cara is a dynamic point guard capable of scoring and creating at any moment. She is learning to be the floor leader and distributor, and is eager to improve in those areas. She competes on every play, and is a great teammate.” High School: Played four years of varsity basketball and softball, and two years of varsity volleyball, at Hamden High School ... scored 1,347 career points ... as a senior, averaged 17.9 points, 4.1 assists, 3.6 rebounds, and 2.9 steals per game ... played in Connecticut High School Coaches’ Association Class L-LL AllStar Game, and was an All-State selection ... scored 25 points in both of Hamden’s playoff games as a senior ... a three-time AllQuinnipiac conference selection ... a New Haven Register All-State Honorable Mention selection as a junior ... in softball, a CHSCA All-State pick as a senior, and SCC All-Conference selection ... Personal: Cara Jane Deroy ... born July 9, 1992 ... daughter of Gary and Patricia Deroy ... majoring in psychology ... father played ice hockey at New England College ... has an older brother, and a twin sister.

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K aitlin Gear y

Freshman Guard/Forward 5’10” Milton, Vt. - Milton

Coaches Comments: “Kaitlin is a gifted shooter. She has a high, quick release and can really fill it up. She’s an intelligent player who sees the floor well. She has good size for a perimeter player which makes her a solid rebounder as well. She is going to have a great career here.”

High School: Played four years of varsity basketball and soccer at Milton High School (basketball coach was Mike LeFebvre, the father of SMC Hall of Famer Liz LeFebvre ’03) ... played in the Twin State Basketball Classic as a senior ... won Division II state title in basketball as a junior (23-1 record), and state title in soccer as a junior and senior ... won league championships in both sports as a junior and senior ... basketball team’s MVP as a junior ... a member of the National Honor Society, and attended Athletic Leadership Conference ... Personal: Kaitlin Dorothea Geary ... born May 27, 1992 ... daughter of John and Tammy Geary ... undecided on a major ... brother, Bryan, is a member of the Saint Michael’s baseball team.

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Ale xa Long

Freshman Forward 6’1” Waterford, Conn. - Waterford

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Coaches Comments: “Alexa is an all-around strong forward. She can shoot, post up, drive and use her power game. She’s as athletic as anyone on the team and competes on the boards at both ends.” High School: Played four years of basketball and two years of soccer at Waterford High School ... named to the All-Area Team by the Norwich Bulletin and the New London Day in basketball as a senior ... a Connecticut High School Coaches Association All-Star ... an All-Conference pick and Team MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior ... basketball team played in state championship game as a freshman ... an honors student ... Personal: Alexa Rae Long ... born August 7, 1992 ... daughter of Jesse and Jill Long ... majoring in elementary education and child psychology ... mother was an All-American basketball player at Connecticut College ... father played basketball and baseball at the University of Rhode Island, and was drafted by the New York Yankees ... has four younger siblings.

The Purple Knights celebrate Meghan McCormack’s game-tying 3-pointer with just two seconds left in regulation versus Stonehill on Nov. 29, 2009.

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2009-10 Statistics & Results

Overall 9-16 7-15 2-1

All Games Conference Non-Conference ## PLAYER GP-GS 12 Alexis Keller 24-23 21 Michelle Otey 25-25 30 Logan Pintka 24-24 14 Caitlin Quinn 24-12 42 Meghan McCormack 24-0 10 Coreen Hennessy 24-11 00 Marilyn Ferreira 25-13 31 Nicole Adach 15-0 22 Meg O’Shea 25-16 15 Megan Olsen 8-0 5 Mandy Scott 19-0 33 Kayla Carnell 10-0 35 Samantha Steinmetz 6-1 23 Marybeth Ash 2-0 40 Kristen Cowens 3-0 20 Julia Moorehead 5-0 SMC TOTALS 25 OPPONENT TOTALS 25

|---TOTAL---| MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT 779/32.5 87-257 .339 643/25.7 108-243 .444 664/27.7 81-222 .365 522/21.8 46-126 .365 429/17.9 50-141 .355 446/18.6 28-101 .277 548/21.9 17-70 .243 128/8.5 13-40 .325 489/19.6 17-72 .236 58/7.3 2-8 .250 209/11.0 9-40 .225 49/4.9 6-17 .353 51/8.5 3-8 .375 20/10.0 0-5 .000 5/1.7 0-1 .000 10/2.0 0-0 .000 5,050 467-1,351 .346 5.050 552-1,427 .387

Score By Periods: Saint Michael’s Opponents

2nd 725 767

Date 11/18 11/21 11/24 11/29 12/2 12/5 12/8 12/20 12/21 1/2 1/6 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/20 1/23 1/26 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/24

1st 641 712

Opponent UMass Lowell* at Queens (N.Y.) Franklin Pierce* Stonehill* at Southern N.H.* Merrimack* at Saint Anselm* at Philadelphia at Goldey-Beacom at Bentley* at Saint Rose* Le Moyne* at Southern Conn.* Pace* New Haven* at Assumption* American Intl.* at Adelphi* at UMass Lowell* Bentley* at Franklin Pierce* at Stonehill* Southern N.H.* at Merrimack* Saint Anselm*

OT1 12 22

Result W, 60-59 W, 50-28 L, 73-49 L, 67-63 (ot) L, 53-35 L, 75-70 L, 57-51 W, 58-54 L, 67-62 L, 49-43 L, 57-41 W, 64-48 L, 71-65 (ot) L, 67-44 W, 59-44 L, 64-44 W, 64-54 W, 67-62 L, 64-62 L, 75-56 L, 91-56 L, 56-39 W, 75-74 L, 57-56 W, 45-35

|---3-PTS---| FG-FGA PCT 38-121 .314 0-1 .000 3-7 .429 38-100 .380 14-62 .226 6-29 .207 2-12 .167 0-5 .000 15-62 .242 2-6 .333 4-22 .182 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 122-430 .284 127-373 .340

FT-FTA 68-89 39-52 79-101 18-22 21-33 36-48 41-60 5-5 2-6 6-8 4-4 0-0 1-6 1-3 1-2 0-0 322-439 270-394

Home 6-5 6-5 0-0

|----REBOUNDS----| PCT OFF DEF TOT/AVG .764 23 80 103/4.3 .750 46 85 131/5.2 .782 31 86 117/4.9 .818 20 45 65/2.7 .636 22 76 98/4.1 .750 17 26 43/1.8 .683 15 57 72/2.9 1.000 10 16 26/1.7 .333 7 34 41/1.6 .750 1 9 10/1.3 1.000 10 20 30/1.6 .000 1 7 8/0.8 .167 2 9 11/1.8 .333 1 0 1/0.5 .500 0 0 0/0.0 .000 0 0 0/0.0 .733 271 614 885/35.4 .685 335 682 1,017/40.7

Away 3-11 1-10 2-1

PF/FO 57/0 50/0 56/2 16/0 59/2 25/0 55/2 13/0 21/0 3/0 19/0 5/0 8/0 2/0 2/0 0/0 391/6 421/-

A TO BLK STL 63 72 4 49 17 54 12 16 16 50 8 16 19 35 3 15 9 46 13 20 27 45 4 21 73 64 7 30 3 10 3 5 54 42 0 7 5 6 0 6 15 19 0 10 1 6 2 2 1 2 4 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 303 461 60 199 330 466 89 187

PTS/AVG 280/11.7 255/10.2 244/10.2 148/6.2 135/5.6 98/4.1 77/3.1 31/2.1 51/2.0 12/1.5 26/1.4 12/1.2 7/1.2 1/0.5 1/0.3 0/0.0 1,378/55.1 1,501/60.0

Total 1,378 1,501

High Points Pintka (28) Pintka (11) McCormack (14) Keller (22) Keller (8) Quinn (21) Otey (12) Quinn (16) Keller (19) Keller (10) Keller (21) Keller (16) Otey (18) McCormack (12) Keller (13) Keller (16) Keller (16) Otey (20) Otey (18) Otey (16) Otey (11) Keller (9) Keller (22) Pintka (16) Keller, Pintka (11)

High Rebounds Pintka (11) Keller (10) Otey (7) Keller (9) Otey (7) Otey (8) Otey, Pintka (6) Keller (7) Keller, Otey (7) Pintka (8) Ferreira, McCormack, Quinn (5) Keller (7) Otey, Steinmetz (7) McCormack (8) McCormack (10) McCormack, Pintka (5) Pintka (7) Pintka (9) Otey (7) Keller, McCormack, Otey, Quinn (2) McCormack (5) Otey (8) Adach, McCormack (5) McCormack (7) Keller (8)

High Assists Overall, NE-10 Ferreira (5) 1-0, 1-0 Ferreira, O’Shea (3) 2-0 Ferreira (8) 2-1, 1-1 Keller (6) 2-2, 1-2 Ferreira, Pintka (1) 2-3, 1-3 O’Shea (7) 2-4, 1-4 O’Shea (5) 2-5, 1-5 Ferreira (6) 3-5 Keller (5) 3-6 Hennessy, Quinn (2) 3-7, 1-6 Ferreira (3) 3-8, 1-7 Ferreira, Keller (4) 4-8, 2-7 Keller (5) 4-9, 2-8 Ferreira, Scott (2) 4-10, 2-9 O’Shea (4) 5-10, 3-9 Keller, McCormack (2) 5-11, 3-10 Otey (4) 6-11, 4-10 Ferreira (5) 7-11, 5-10 Ferreira (7) 7-12, 5-11 O’Shea (4) 7-13, 5-12 Otey (3) 7-14, 5-13 Hennessy (3) 7-15, 5-14 Keller (7) 8-15, 6-14 Scott (4) 8-16, 6-15 O’Shea (3) 9-16, 7-15

* Northeast-10 Conference contest

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2009-10 Box Scores

Game #1: Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 60, UMass Low Lowell 59 Colchester Colchester,, Vt. -- Nov November 18, 2009

UML R. Valentine J. Valente S. Bushner K. Little S. Bennett B. Calver B. Simmons A. McGrew L. Desir B. Szidat M. Kirwan Totals

FG 8-14 5-17 3-11 0-1 0-0 0-1 5-13 1-3 0-1 1-4 1-3 24-68

3FG 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 2-6 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 4-13

FT RE TP A TO BLK 3-4 4 19 4 2 0 0-0 8 11 0 3 0 0-0 8 6 0 3 1 0-0 4 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 3 0 0-0 3 0 2 1 0 2-2 2 14 1 9 0 0-0 1 3 1 2 0 0-0 3 0 0 3 2 0-0 7 2 0 1 2 2-2 3 4 1 2 0 7-8 48 59 9 29 5

SMC FG M. Ferreira 1-4 A. Keller 1-8 M. Otey 8-16 M. O’Shea 1-3 L. Pintka 8-18 M. Scott 0-3 C. Hennessy 0-1 M. McCormack 1-6 Totals 20-59

3FG 0-0 0-4 0-0 1-3 1-1 0-2 0-0 0-4 2-14

FT RE 0-0 4 4-4 4 3-6 2 0-0 4 11-12 11 0-0 2 0-0 0 0-0 3 18-22 37

Score By Halves UMass Lowell Saint Michael's

1 28 25

2 31 35

TP 2 6 19 3 28 0 0 2 60

A 5 4 1 3 1 1 1 0 16

TO BLK 6 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 5 1 2 0 2 0 3 0 24 1

Game #2: Saint Michael’ .) 28 Michael’ss 50, Queens (N.Y (N.Y.) Flushing, lushing, N.Y. .Y. -- Nov Novemeber emeber 21, 2009 S 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 5 S 1 3 1 0 0 2 2 0 9

Total 59 60

FPU FG C. Gaudet 4-7 M. Giroud 2-3 J. Leedham 6-12 R. Kimball 2-6 T. Ahrens 6-8 S. Carnell 0-0 J. Grant 1-3 A. Auffray 0-1 A. Saab 0-0 T. Johnson 2-4 0-3 J. White K. Doldoorian 2-5 A. Mapes 0-0 Totals 25-52

3FG 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-3 0-0 4-11

SMC FG A. Keller 3-11 C. Quinn 0-3 M. Otey 5-11 M. O’Shea 1-3 S. Steinmetz 1-3 M. Ferreira 0-5 M. Scott 1-5 C. Hennessy 2-2 M. Ash 0-3 M. McCormack 5-10 Totals 18-56

3FG 1-4 0-2 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-1 0-1 2-4 5-17

Score By Halves Franklin Pierce U. Saint Michael’s

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FT 7-7 5-6 2-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 19-20

RE 2 6 7 1 4 0 2 0 0 4 7 1 0 43

TP 16 9 15 4 13 0 6 0 0 4 0 6 0 73

FT RE TP 2-2 4 9 0-0 1 0 3-4 7 13 0-0 2 3 0-0 3 2 0-0 2 0 0-0 2 2 0-0 1 5 1-3 1 1 2-4 2 14 8-13 25 49 1 42 22

2 31 27

A 4 2 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 14

TO BLK S 4 0 2 2 0 1 6 1 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 26 1 13

Game #4: Stonehill 67, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 63 (ot) Colchester November 29, 2009 Colchester,, Vt. -- Nov Stonehill FG K. McWhirter 4-8 E. Rousseau 3-13 S. Pintal 5-7 2-3 T. Williams K. Simonds 7-19 C. O’Kane 0-0 M. Methven 0-1 A. Griffin 0-0 E. Gray 2-4 A. Smith 0-1 Totals 23-56

3FG 2-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-6

FT 7-9 4-8 0-0 1-2 5-5 0-1 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 19-27

RE 7 3 3 3 12 0 3 1 7 2 46

TP 17 10 10 5 19 0 2 0 4 0 67

A TO BLK 4 3 1 4 4 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 3 2 0 3 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 10 22 5

SMC FG C. Hennessy 1-5 A. Keller 8-22 M. Otey 4-16 M. O’Shea 1-4 L. Pintka 5-12 M. Ferreira 1-2 C. Quinn 1-2 N. Adach 0-3 M. McCormack 1-6 Totals 22-72

3FG 0-2 3-7 0-0 0-3 1-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-5 6-20

FT 0-0 3-4 7-8 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 13-18

RE 4 9 7 0 5 4 1 1 6 45

TP 2 22 15 2 12 2 3 0 5 63

A 2 6 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 13

1 26 24

2 OT 29 12 31 8

A TO BLK S 3 4 2 2 0 2 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 8 3 0 5 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Score By Halves 1 3 1 1 Stonehill 14 22 5 12 Saint Michael's Total 73 49

Total 67 63

3FG 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-5 1-2 1-4 0-1 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-2 5-18

FG 3FG 0-1 J. Robbins 0-5 0-3 B. Faherty 3-7 1-3 C. Harnischfeger1-7 1-4 J. Maser 2-13 0-3 C. Chu 0-5 0-3 T. Melton 0-3 0-0 C. Johnson 1-6 1-2 J. Fairweather 1-6 1-3 Totals 8-57 4-22 Queens

D. Tharrington 0-5

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Queens (N.Y.)

Logan Pintka’s career-high 28 points led SMC to a season-opening 60-59 win versus UMass Lowell on Nov. 18, 2009. Game #3: Franklin Pierce Pierce 73, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 49 Colchester November 24, 2009 Colchester,, Vt. -- Nov

SMC FG M. Otey 3-9 L. Pintka 5-12 M. Ferreira 2-7 A. Keller 2-8 M. O’Shea 1-2 M. Scott 2-5 C. Hennessy 0-2 C. Quinn 2-3 N. Adach 0-1 S. Steinmetz 1-2 M. McCormack 0-4 Totals 18-55

FT RE TP 1-2 8 7 1-1 8 11 6-6 7 10 1-2 10 6 0-0 4 3 0-0 6 5 0-0 0 0 0-0 5 6 0-0 2 0 0-0 1 2 0-0 3 0 9-11 60 50

A TO BLK 2 3 0 1 4 0 3 3 2 2 5 1 3 4 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 12 30 3

S 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4

FT 1-2 0-1 0-0 4-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 8-11

A TO BLK 0 4 2 2 4 1 1 1 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 6 16 5

S 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

1 21 11

RE 3 7 2 1 5 1 1 2 1 29

TP 1 0 7 7 5 0 0 5 3 28

2 29 17

Total 50 28

Game #5: Southern New Hampshire Hampshire 53, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 35 Southern New Manchester Manchester,, N.H. -- December 2, 2009 S 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

TO BLK S 1 1 0 1 0 4 3 1 3 1 0 0 4 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 2 18 3 10

SMC FG 3FG FT RE C. Hennessy 2-6 0-0 1-2 3 A. Keller 0-10 0-8 8-10 4 M. Otey 2-8 0-0 0-0 7 M. O’Shea 1-3 1-3 0-0 1 L. Pintka 0-13 0-0 3-4 6 M. Ferreira 1-3 1-2 0-1 3 0-3 0-3 0-0 1 C. Quinn M. Ash 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 N. Adach 1-2 0-0 2-2 2 M. McCormack 2-5 1-2 0-0 4 Totals 9-55 3-19 14-19 39 SNHU FG A. Lozeau 1-6 M. Munson 0-2 S. Sorrell 7-10 J. McDade 3-5 C. Duffy 2-10 D. LaValley 0-0 L. Cullerot 1-3 A. Carrington 3-7 E. Baldwin 0-1 M. Spanarkel 1-1 S. McCullough 1-1 Totals 19-46

3FG 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-4 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-13

FT 2-2 0-2 1-2 4-4 5-6 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-3 0-0 14-20

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Southern N.H.

1 17 32

2 18 21

RE 2 2 12 5 4 0 4 4 0 4 0 42

TP 5 8 4 3 3 3 0 0 4 5 35

A TO BLK 0 5 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 4 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 19 3

S 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 7

TP 4 0 15 10 9 0 3 7 0 3 2 53

A TO BLK 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 6 7 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 11 20 4

S 1 0 2 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 8

Total 35 53

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Game #6: Merrimac k 75, Saint Michael’ Merrimack Michael’ss 70 Colchester Colchester,, Vt. -- December 5, 2009 Merrimack C. Shea T. Colon G. Roy S. Benischek K. Schatzlein C. Miller T. Brown K. Ganser Totals

Game #7: Saint Anselm 57, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 51 Manchester Manchester,, N.H. -- December 8, 2009

FG 1-2 2-10 6-18 7-9 2-7 5-7 1-3 1-6 25-62

3FG 0-1 1-3 1-3 4-5 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-4 8-18

FT 0-0 5-6 4-5 3-4 4-5 1-2 0-0 0-0 17-22

RE 2 12 6 3 8 2 1 3 44

TP 2 10 17 21 8 12 2 3 75

A TO BLK 0 3 1 2 3 0 4 3 1 0 1 0 1 3 0 1 6 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 11 22 2

SMC FG C. Hennessy 1-7 7-12 C. Quinn M. Otey 3-9 M. O’Shea 3-7 L. Pintka 5-10 M. Ferreira 0-6 M. Scott 2-4 A. Keller 0-2 N. Adach 1-1 M. McCormack 0-1 Totals 22-59

3FG 0-5 7-11 0-0 3-7 0-0 0-3 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-1 11-30

FT 4-4 0-0 1-2 0-0 5-7 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 15-19

RE 5 4 8 3 2 1 3 3 0 1 36

TP 6 21 7 9 15 4 5 0 2 1 70

A TO BLK S 1 5 0 2 1 1 0 3 1 3 1 0 7 1 0 0 0 5 1 1 6 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 17 21 2 10

Score By Halves Merrimack Saint Michael’s

1 27 38

2 48 32

S 0 3 1 1 0 1 0 2 8

Total 75 70

SMC FG C. Hennessy 3-8 C. Quinn 2-7 M. Otey 6-15 M. O’Shea 0-3 L. Pintka 3-7 M. Ferreira 2-5 M. Scott 0-1 N. Adach 1-5 M. McCormack 3-10 Totals 20-61

3FG 1-2 2-6 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-5 5-19

FT RE TP 2-2 1 9 0-0 2 6 0-0 6 12 0-0 2 0 3-4 6 9 0-1 3 4 0-0 4 0 0-0 2 2 1-1 3 9 6-8 36 51

A TO BLK 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 6 1 4 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 14 10 2

S 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 6

St. Anselm FG E. Smith 5-12 E. Higgins 4-10 C. May 2-6 M. Howard 2-6 M. Frame 1-5 K. Connolly 0-0 J. Gureckis 4-7 G. Harrington 1-2 Totals 19-48

3FG 4-9 4-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-5 0-0 11-24

FT 2-2 0-0 1-4 2-3 1-2 0-0 2-3 0-0 8-14

A 2 3 0 3 2 0 0 4 14

S 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Saint Anselm

1 26 20

2 25 37

RE 1 2 11 5 5 1 7 3 37

TP 16 12 5 6 3 0 13 2 57

TO BLK 3 0 3 0 2 4 2 2 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 15 7

Total 51 57

Caitlin Quinn’s game-high 16 points (including four 3-pointers) lifted SMC past Philadelphia, 58-54, on Dec. 20, 2009. Game #8: Saint Michael’ University ersity 54 Michael’ss 58, Philadelphia Univ Philadelphia, Pa. -- December 20, 2009 SMC FG M. Otey 5-11 L. Pintka 1-5 A. Keller 3-13 5-11 C. Quinn M. O’Shea 1-5 M. Ferreira 0-1 M. Scott 0-2 C. Hennessy 1-3 M. Olsen 0-1 N. Adach 0-1 K. Carnell 3-5 M. McCormack 2-2 Totals 21-60

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-5 4-9 1-5 0-1 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-2 8-26

FT 1-2 1-2 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 8-12

RE 2 3 7 5 1 4 1 3 2 1 3 6 42

TP 11 3 7 16 3 0 0 3 2 0 6 7 58

A 0 2 2 1 1 6 0 1 0 1 0 0 14

Philadelphia K. Brennan A. Gaskins C. Wooding J. Romano N. Brascetta D. Kelly A. Froumy T. Peltzer K. Blye Totals

3FG 1-7 0-0 0-0 0-1 3-5 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 5-15

FT 2-2 2-3 3-4 2-5 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-1 11-19

RE 7 7 2 6 4 0 0 5 6 40

TP 9 2 9 8 10 0 0 6 10 54

A TO BLK 1 3 0 1 3 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 4 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 3 0 13 21 1

1 20 29

2 38 25

FG 3-13 0-0 3-7 3-11 3-9 0-0 0-0 2-4 5-7 19-51

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Philadelphia U.

Total 58 54

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Game #9: Goldey-Beacom Michael’ss 62 Goldey-Beacom 67, Saint Michael’ Wilmington, Del. -- December 21, 2009

TO BLK S 1 0 2 1 1 1 4 0 2 4 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 18 1 12

SMC A. Keller C. Quinn M. Otey M. O’Shea L. Pintka M. Ferreira C. Hennessy M. Olsen K. Carnell Totals

FG 5-13 4-9 4-10 1-2 4-14 0-2 0-4 1-5 0-1 19-60

3FG 4-11 2-6 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 8-24

FT 5-6 0-0 1-2 0-0 5-6 0-0 3-4 2-2 0-0 16-20

RE 7 3 7 1 6 2 3 4 1 39

TP 19 10 9 3 13 0 3 5 0 62

A 5 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 10

Goldey-BeacomFG J. Jones 7-13 A. Sewell 1-5 A. Gullickson 1-4 L. Duck 3-8 A. Rosario 5-12 A. Alford 2-6 D. Richardson 4-10 0-1 S. Sanchez Totals 23-59

3FG 3-6 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 4-10

FT 6-7 0-0 0-0 6-10 2-2 0-0 3-7 0-0 17-26

RE 6 5 1 7 6 7 8 0 44

TP 23 2 2 13 12 4 11 0 67

A TO BLK S 2 2 3 1 0 2 0 2 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 3 1 2 0 1 0 0 9 12 4 10

1 29 33

2 33 34

S 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 Score By Halves 0 Saint Michael’s 6 Goldey-Beacom

Total 62 67

TO BLK 3 0 2 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 15 0

Game #10: Bentley Michael’ss 43 Bentley 49, Saint Michael’ uary y 2, 2010 Waltham, Mass. Mass. -- Jan Januar S 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 3

SMC FG M. Otey 2-6 L. Pintka 1-8 M. Ferreira 0-5 A. Keller 3-13 C. Quinn 2-8 M. Scott 0-2 C. Hennessy 2-5 M. O’Shea 0-1 K. Carnell 1-3 M. McCormack 2-9 Totals 13-60

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-7 2-7 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-5 5-22

FT 2-2 3-4 2-2 2-2 2-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 12-13

RE 4 8 1 3 3 2 2 2 2 6 44

TP 6 5 2 8 8 0 5 0 2 5 43

A TO BLK 1 3 1 0 4 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 8 12 2

S 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7

Bentley C. Josey L. Massie K. Brennan M. Lambros K. Goodwin C. Hart M. Thomann K. Roberson S. Kearse D. Pritchard K. Barrett Totals

3FG 0-0 0-0 3-5 0-0 1-4 0-3 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 5-16

FT 2-3 1-2 4-5 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 12-16

RE 13 3 5 3 3 0 4 1 2 1 2 43

TP 12 1 21 0 9 0 0 0 0 1 5 49

A TO BLK 3 2 7 2 2 0 2 2 1 1 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 10 12 11

S 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3

1 25 21

2 18 28

FG 5-6 0-6 7-14 0-1 2-12 0-3 0-2 0-1 0-4 0-2 2-4 16-55

Score By Halves Saint Michael's Bentley

Total 43 49

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Game #11: Saint Rose Rose 57, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 41 Albany uary y 6, 2010 Albany, N.Y. .Y. -- Jan Januar

Game #12: Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 64, Le Moyne Moyne 48 Colchester uary y 9, 2010 Colchester,, Vt. -- Jan Januar

SMC FG M. Otey 0-4 L. Pintka 1-6 M. Ferreira 1-4 A. Keller 6-10 0-2 C. Quinn M. Scott 0-0 C. Hennessy 1-5 M. O’Shea 1-3 K. Carnell 1-4 M. McCormack 1-6 Totals 12-44

3FG 0-0 0-0 0-1 3-6 0-2 0-0 0-1 1-3 0-0 1-3 5-16

FT 1-2 2-2 0-0 6-8 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 12-16

RE 2 4 5 3 5 0 1 2 1 5 29

TP 1 4 2 21 0 2 3 3 2 3 41

A TO BLK 0 3 0 0 3 1 3 2 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 4 1 9 21 3

S 1 0 2 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 8

Saint Rose FG A. Voelkel 5-10 A. Johnson 7-12 A. Rath 5-14 E. Buckley 1-11 L. Timbrouck 2-7 O. Shajuyigbe 1-3 J. Hughes 0-0 A. McGrath 1-6 A. Gaeta 0-1 Totals 22-64

3FG 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-9

FT 0-0 4-6 0-2 4-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 11-16

RE 15 12 1 1 8 4 1 3 0 51

TP 11 18 11 6 5 2 0 4 0 57

A TO BLK 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 5 0 1 1 0 4 2 1 2 3 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 10 17 2

S 3 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 8

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Saint Rose

1 26 28

2 15 29

Total 41 57

SMC FG M. Ferreira 3-4 C. Hennessy 2-7 A. Keller 3-10 M. Otey 9-17 L. Pintka 1-2 C. Quinn 2-7 M. O’Shea 0-1 N. Adach 2-3 K. Carnell 0-0 S. Steinmetz 1-2 M. McCormack 0-5 Totals 23-58

3FG 1-1 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 4-11

FT 3-5 8-12 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-6 0-0 15-27

RE 5 2 2 7 1 4 1 1 0 7 1 37

TP 10 12 10 18 2 6 0 4 0 3 0 65

A TO BLK 2 2 0 1 2 0 5 4 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 6 1 11 21 4

SCSU A. Smith A. Fiola L. Lentz J. Johannes S. Pierson L. Allen C. Fantini L. Hatcher A. O’Dell R. Poirier Totals

3FG 0-2 0-1 2-5 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 4-12

FT RE 2-2 5 0-0 3 1-2 4 2-2 9 8-12 12 0-0 0 2-2 4 3-5 1 7-7 3 0-0 3 25-32 53

TP 8 0 7 18 10 0 2 13 11 2 71

A 4 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 12

1 30 27

2 OT 31 4 34 10

FG 3-10 0-3 2-8 7-12 1-6 0-2 0-4 5-13 2-7 1-1 21-66

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Southern Conn.

30

Total 65 71

S 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

TO BLK S 3 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 3 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 0 3 2 2 4 2 0 0 23 4 10

B. Wangelin S. Shields D. Felice K. Hart M. Sadler T. Lee M. Rowland E. Bayly A. McFarlan B. Davis E. Josbena

Totals

FG 3FG

2-5 3-9 1-4 1-5 4-12 0-2 5-8 0-4 1-6 0-4 1-3

FG 3FG

M. Ferreira C. Hennessy A. Keller M. Otey L. Pintka M. Scott C. Quinn M. Olsen J. Moorehead M. O’Shea N. Adach K. Carnell S. Steinmetz

M. McCormack

2-3 3-6 5-8 1-2 2-6 1-1 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-3 2-5 0-2 0-0 3-6

FT 5-5 6-9 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 14-19

RE 2 7 5 2 1 3 1 0 3 0 27

TP 25 16 8 10 1 2 0 2 3 0 67

A TO BLK S 3 0 0 4 3 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 11 11 2 11

FG 0-0 1-5 2-9 3-5 2-9 0-3 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 M. McCormack 4-8 Totals 12-44

3FG 0-0 1-1 0-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-10

FT 3-5 2-2 3-5 2-2 2-2 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-5 19-25

RE 4 2 4 5 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 8 36

TP 3 5 7 8 6 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 44

A TO BLK 2 4 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 21 1

Score By Halves Pace Saint Michael’s

1 33 22

2 34 22

Total 67 44

0-0 0-0 3-4 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2

2 8 0 5 6 1 4 7 0 2 5

4 6 6 2 11 1 10 2 2 0 4

0 4 2 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 1

3 2 2 1 3 4 2 1 2 1 0

0-1 1-3 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-3

1 21 34

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

2

0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2

6

FT RE TP A TO BLK S 1-2 5-5 3-4 0-0 3-5 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-5

2 5 7 0 6 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 2

5 12 16 2 7 2 6 0 0 0 4 0 0 10

4 3 4 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

2 5 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 2

2 27 30

1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2

2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

7

Total 48 64

Game #15: Saint Michael’ New Hav Haven 44 Michael’ss 59, New uary y 20, 2010 Colchester Januar Colchester,, Vt. -- Jan

Pace FG 3FG L. Welsome 9-13 2-3 C. Johnson 5-7 0-0 L. Mooney 3-7 2-6 5-7 0-1 T. Losey M. Javadifar 0-2 0-0 K. Connolly 1-6 0-2 A. Cleary 0-2 0-2 A. Miller 0-0 0-0 B. Huggins 1-4 1-1 K. Vallach 0-0 0-0 Totals 24-48 5-15 SMC M. Ferreira C. Hennessy A. Keller M. Otey L. Pintka M. Scott C. Quinn M. Olsen J. Moorehead M. O’Shea N. Adach S. Steinmetz K. Cowens

FT RE TP A TO BLK S

21-45 5-15 17-22 30 64 17 19

Score By Halves Le Moyne Saint Michael’s

Game #14: Pace 67, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 44 uary y 16, 2010 Colchester Januar Colchester,, Vt. -- Jan

0-0 0-0 1-3 0-1 3-7 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-0

18-62 4-16 8-11 44 48 13 22

SMC

Totals

Alexis Keller’s game-high 16 points and team-best seven rebounds led SMC to a 6448 win against Le Moyne on Jan. 9, 2010. Game #13: Southern Michael’ss 65 (ot) Southern Connecticut 71, Saint Michael’ uary y 12, 2010 New Haven, Conn. -- Jan Januar New Hav

Le Moyne

S 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

New Haven FG N. Pollard 2-10 H. Marte 4-16 D. Stellmacher 1-9 O. DeMarco 3-12 J. Baranger 6-10 J. Hardy 0-0 Y. Ithier-Vicenty 2-12 T. Williams 0-1 L. Salt 0-1 L. Boivin 0-1 A. Saunders 0-0 Totals 18-72

3FG 0-5 0-0 0-2 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-14

FT 0-0 4-5 2-2 0-0 0-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-14

RE 1 10 5 14 5 0 7 2 2 1 0 54

TP 4 12 4 8 12 0 4 0 0 0 0 44

A TO BLK 2 1 0 5 5 0 0 5 0 3 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12 17 2

S 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 5

SMC FG M. Ferreira 0-3 C. Hennessy 3-7 A. Keller 3-8 M. Otey 5-9 L. Pintka 3-11 M. Scott 0-1 C. Quinn 2-3 M. O’Shea 0-3 M. McCormack 3-5 Totals 19-50

3FG 0-0 0-1 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-3 0-2 1-2 3-12

FT 8-16 0-0 7-9 0-0 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 18-31

RE 7 0 3 7 6 1 3 1 10 43

TP 8 6 13 10 9 0 6 0 7 59

A TO BLK 2 5 1 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 1 0 0 2 2 8 16 7

S 2 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 7

Score By Halves

1 23 22

2 21 37

New Haven

Saint Michael’s

Total 44 59

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Game #16: Assumption 64, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 44 Worcester uary y 23, 2010 orcester,, Mass. Mass. -- Jan Januar SMC M. Ferreira C. Hennessy A. Keller M. Otey L. Pintka M. Scott C. Quinn M. Olsen J. Moorehead M. O’Shea N. Adach K. Carnell

Michelle Otey’s game-high 20 points - on 9of-17 shooting - led SMC to a 67-62 win at Adelphi on Jan. 30, 2010. Game #18: Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 67, Adelphi 62 uary y 30, 2010 Garden City, N.Y. .Y. -- Jan Januar Garden City, 3FG 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-4 0-1 3-11

FT 6-6 3-4 2-3 0-0 7-8 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 20-23

RE 5 5 8 3 9 0 2 1 0 34

TP 6 10 20 3 17 2 4 3 2 67

A TO BLK 5 2 0 3 5 0 0 4 1 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 17 1

S 1 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 8

Adelphi C. Wetmore E. Cottle A. Williams A. Caiafa K. Tancredi P. Livingston S. Perez H. Marek Totals

3FG 0-0 0-3 0-0 3-7 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-11

FT 0-0 0-0 1-2 4-6 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 8-12

RE 1 5 4 4 8 1 1 0 28

TP 2 8 11 15 17 7 0 2 62

A 1 5 2 3 0 1 0 0 12

S 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 6

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Adelphi

1 37 34

2 30 28

Total 67 62

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TO BLK 0 0 5 0 4 0 1 0 5 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 19 0

Game #17: Saint Michael’ tional 54 Michael’ss 64, American Interna International Colchester uary y 26, 2010 Colchester,, Vt. -- Jan Januar

FG 1-2 0-3 5-12 3-6 5-7 0-1 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-4 0-0 0-0 M. McCormack 1-7 Totals 15-45

3FG 0-0 0-1 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-15

FT 1-2 0-0 4-4 2-2 3-5 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 12-15

RE 1 2 3 4 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 5 26

TP 3 0 16 8 13 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 44

A TO BLK S 1 3 1 2 1 5 0 0 2 6 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 8 24 1 14

Assumption G. Gibson K. Howard K. Meredith M. Griffiths K. Parker S. Siciliano M. Velez J. Branca M. Cook L. Lupien C. Donovan Totals

3FG 0-1 1-2 0-0 4-8 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 6-17

FT 1-2 2-3 1-4 4-6 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 10-18

RE 4 5 2 11 6 2 0 0 2 2 1 38

TP 7 11 5 26 7 3 0 2 3 0 0 64

A TO BLK S 3 3 0 4 4 6 0 0 5 5 1 1 0 2 0 1 2 3 3 3 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Score By Halves 0 0 0 1 American Int’l 1 0 0 0 Saint Michael’s 0 0 0 0 16 22 4 11

1 25 22

2 19 42

FG 3-6 4-6 2-6 9-15 3-10 1-2 0-1 1-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 24-52

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Assumption

SMC FG M. Otey 7-10 L. Pintka 7-15 A. Keller 5-10 0-2 C. Quinn M. O’Shea 0-2 M. Ferreira 1-2 C. Hennessy 1-3 M. McCormack 2-5 Totals 23-49

3FG 0-0 0-2 3-5 0-1 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-2 4-14

UML J. Valente S. Bushner R. Valentine B. Simmons K. Little B. Calver A. McGrew B. Szidat M. Kirwan S. Bennett Totals

3FG 1-3 0-1 2-4 0-2 0-1 0-1 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-17

FG 4-10 2-8 3-6 4-12 6-8 0-1 4-13 3-6 0-0 1-4 27-68

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s UMass Lowell

1 28 29

FT 4-4 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-4 2-2 12-16

RE 7 5 1 4 2 3 0 3 30

TP 18 16 13 0 0 4 5 6 62

A 1 0 2 1 1 7 1 0 13

FT RE TP A 1-1 7 10 1 0-2 5 4 1 2-2 2 10 6 2-2 8 10 3 0-0 2 12 2 0-0 0 0 2 0-0 6 10 0 0-0 6 6 0 0-0 2 0 0 0-0 1 2 0 5-7 40 64 15 2 34 35

AIC FG A. Johnson 7-14 M.L. Sicard 1-6 K. Boesenberg 6-7 0-2 S. Lowery R. Pascal 5-8 L. Griffith 0-0 B. Davis 1-4 M. Lafond 1-5 J. McLane 0-3 Totals 21-49

3FG 0-0 0-1 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-2 5-9

FT RE TP A TO BLK S 3-4 2 17 3 4 0 4 0-0 2 2 2 3 0 0 0-0 2 16 1 3 1 1 0-0 9 0 1 1 1 1 1-3 2 11 0 2 1 0 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2-2 4 4 0 1 0 1 1-2 2 4 5 3 0 2 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 1 7-11 30 54 12 19 3 10

SMC FG A. Keller 4-11 C. Quinn 3-6 M. Otey 6-14 M. O’Shea 0-2 L. Pintka 1-5 M. Ferreira 0-0 M. Scott 0-0 C. Hennessy 1-1 M. McCormack 3-5 Totals 18-44

3FG 4-7 3-6 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-15

FT 4-6 3-4 1-2 2-4 7-8 2-2 0-0 2-4 0-0 21-30

1 26 34

2 28 30

RE 2 2 6 2 7 1 1 1 5 33

TP 16 12 13 2 9 2 0 4 6 64

A 1 2 4 3 3 1 0 1 0 15

TO BLK 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 16 1

S 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 5

Total 54 64

Total 44 64

Game #19: UMass Low Michael’ss 62 Lowell 64, Saint Michael’ y 3, 2010 Low Mass. -- Fe Februar bruary Lowell, Mass.

SMC FG M. Ferreira 0-0 A. Keller 3-8 M. Otey 9-17 M. O’Shea 1-3 L. Pintka 5-10 M. Scott 1-3 C. Hennessy 1-4 C. Quinn 1-4 M. McCormack 1-3 Totals 22-52 FG 1-1 4-12 5-6 4-13 8-13 2-4 0-0 1-1 25-50

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Total 62 64

TO BLK S 4 1 1 2 0 3 4 0 3 2 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 3 2 0 1 22 2 11

Game #20: Bentley Michael’ss 56 Bentley 75, Saint Michael’ y 6, 2010 Colchester Februar bruary Colchester,, Vt. -- Fe

Bentley K. Brennan C. Josey K. Goodwin K. Barrett L. Massie E. Caira M. Thomann M. Lambros A. Saia K. Roberson TO BLK S S. Kearse 4 0 2 D. Pritchard 3 0 0 Totals 6 0 1 4 0 1 SMC 0 1 1 M. Ferreira 2 0 0 A. Keller 1 0 2 M. Otey 1 1 1 M. O’Shea 0 0 0 L. Pintka 0 0 1 M. Scott 21 2 9 C. Hennessy C. Quinn M. Olsen N. Adach K. Carnell

FG 7-9 6-7 3-4 2-6 1-3 1-2 2-2 0-1 0-2 1-1 5-9 2-3 30-49

3FG 3-3 0-0 2-3 1-3 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 9-12

FT RE TP A TO BLK 4-5 1 21 6 4 0 1-3 7 13 0 2 0 1-2 3 9 5 1 0 0-0 3 5 0 2 0 0-0 3 2 3 2 1 0-0 3 2 0 2 0 0-0 3 6 2 3 0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0-0 2 3 1 3 0 0-0 10 10 3 0 0 0-0 3 4 0 4 0 6-10 39 75 20 26 1

FG 1-3 5-12 7-11 0-3 5-11 1-4 2-2 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 M. McCormack 2-6 Totals 23-55

3FG 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-12

FT 1-4 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 8-13

Score By Halves Bentley Saint Michael's

1 38 25

RE 1 2 2 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 2 16 2 37 31

TP 3 11 16 0 12 3 4 1 0 2 0 4 56

A 2 3 0 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 12

S 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 4

TO BLK S 0 0 1 4 0 4 1 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 16 1 14 Total 75 56

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2009-10 Box Scores

Game #21: Franklin Pierce Pierce 91, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 56 Rindge y 9, 2010 Rindge, N.H. -- Fe Februar bruary

SMC M. Otey L. Pintka M. Ferreira C. Hennessy A. Keller M. Scott C. Quinn M. Olsen M. O’Shea N. Adach K. Carnell S. Steinmetz K. Cowens

Totals

FG 3FG FT RE TP A TO BLK S 5-6 0-0 1-1 3 11 3 3 0 0 3-8 0-0 2-3 4 8 0 0 0 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 2 0 2 1-8 0-2 2-2 2 4 2 4 1 1 3-7 1-4 2-2 0 9 2 2 0 2 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 3 0 0 2-6 1-5 2-2 3 7 1 3 1 0 1-2 1-2 1-2 1 4 2 0 0 0 2-3 2-3 0-0 1 6 1 3 0 1 1-4 0-1 0-0 2 2 0 2 0 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 1 0 1 0 0 2-5 0-3 0-0 5 4 2 2 0 0 20-53 5-21 11-14 27 56 15 25 2 6

FPU M. Giroud J. Leedham T. Ahrens C. Gaudet T. Johnson S. Carnell J. Grant A. Auffray A. Saab R. Kimball J. White K. Doldoorian A. Mapes Totals

FG 3FG FT 3-3 1-1 1-2 12-18 4-9 2-4 2-4 0-0 5-6 1-5 1-4 0-0 2-6 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-1 0-0 4-6 3-5 2-2 1-3 1-1 0-0 1-3 0-0 3-3 1-3 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 32-58 13-27 14-19

M. McCormack

Meg O’Shea’s game-high three assists helped SMC win its last game of the season, 45-35, versus Saint Anselm on Feb. 24, 2010. Game #23: Saint Michael’ Southern N.H. N.H. 74 Michael’ss 75, Southern y 17, 2010 Colchester Februar bruary Colchester,, Vt. -- Fe 3FG 0-3 0-0 2-3 1-5 1-1 0-2 0-1 2-4 0-0 6-19

FT 0-0 2-4 1-3 3-4 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-6 12-18

A 4 1 2 7 2 1 0 1 1 19

TO BLK 1 0 1 2 0 1 3 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 13 3

S 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 6

SMC A. Keller C. Quinn M. Otey M. O’Shea L. Pintka M. Ferreira M. Scott N. Adach

3FG 2-6 3-6 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-2 7-17

FT RE TP A 4-4 4 22 7 0-0 3 11 4 0-0 4 8 1 0-0 2 5 3 2-2 1 8 0 0-0 2 0 1 0-0 1 3 3 0-0 5 6 1 2-4 5 12 0 8-10 33 75 20

TO BLK 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 2 3 0 13 3

S 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 3 9

Score By Halves Southern N.H. Saint Michael’s

32

1 41 40

2 33 35

TP 2 12 15 8 20 4 0 6 7 74

Total 74 75

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Franklin Pierce

1 13 45

RE 4 2 7 0 2 0 1 1 1 4 6 1 0 34

TP 8 30 9 3 5 0 10 3 13 3 5 2 0 91

A TO BLK S 3 3 0 2 2 3 0 4 3 2 1 0 3 2 0 1 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 0 0 6 3 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 26 17 2 18

2 43 46

Total 56 91

Game #24: k 57, Saint Michael’ Merrimac Michael’ss 56 Merrimack y 20, 2010 North Andover, er, Mass. Mass. -- Fe Februar bruary North Andov

SNHU FG D. LaValley 1-6 S. Sorrell 5-8 J. McDade 6-11 2-9 C. Duffy A. Carrington 9-14 M. Johnson 2-4 A. Lozeau 0-1 E. Baldwin 2-5 M. Spanarkel 1-1 Totals 28-59 FG 8-17 4-8 4-11 2-3 3-6 0-1 1-1 3-7 M. McCormack 5-8 Totals 30-62

RE 1 2 5 2 8 3 1 1 2 34

Game #22: Stonehill 56, Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 39 Easton, Mass. y 13, 2010 Mass. -- Fe Februar bruary

SMC FG M. Otey 3-8 L. Pintka 4-8 A. Keller 3-11 4-9 C. Quinn M. O’Shea 0-2 M. Ferreira 1-2 M. Scott 0-3 C. Hennessy 0-1 N. Adach 0-3 M. McCormack 3-6 Totals 18-53

3FG 0-0 0-1 2-6 3-7 0-1 0-0 0-3 0-1 0-0 1-3 6-22

Merrimack T. Colon K. Schatzlein C. Miller G. Roy S. Benischek C. Shea T. Brown K. Ganser Totals

3FG 1-3 0-0 0-7 5-6 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 7-20

FG 5-15 3-7 1-10 12-20 1-9 0-0 0-0 2-7 24-68

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Merrimack

FT 0-0 8-8 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-5 14-19

S 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 5

FT RE TP A TO BLK 1-5 10 12 2 3 0 0-0 9 6 2 0 3 0-0 4 2 2 1 0 0-0 7 29 3 1 0 1-3 0 3 7 1 0 0-0 2 0 1 1 0 0-0 1 0 1 1 0 0-0 2 5 0 1 1 2-8 43 57 18 9 4

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

2 25 26

TP 6 16 9 12 0 2 2 0 0 9 56

A 1 2 3 0 2 1 4 0 0 2 15

Total 56 57

FG 2-7 3-9 0-4 0-2 3-9 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-3 2-5 1-1 M. McCormack 3-9 Totals 15-51

3FG 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 2-4 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-1 0-0 1-2 5-15

Stonehill FG M. Methven 3-8 E. Gray 1-3 K. Simonds 8-13 K. McWhirter 4-9 E. Rousseau 4-9 C. O’Kane 0-0 S. Pintal 1-3 P. DoDoo 0-0 T. Williams 2-4 A. Griffin 0-0 A. Smith 1-3 Totals 27-52

3FG 2-6 0-1 0-0 2-5 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-16

Score By Halves Saint Michael’s Stonehill

FT RE TP 1-1 8 5 0-0 3 7 0-0 1 0 1-2 2 1 1-2 1 9 0-0 0 0 0-0 2 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 3 1-1 5 5 0-0 0 2 0-0 4 7 4-6 30 39 FT 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 24-33 1 16 29

RE 0 12 5 2 4 1 4 0 1 1 2 32

TP 8 2 18 10 10 0 2 0 4 0 2 84

2 23 27

A TO BLK 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 1 1 2 4 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 11 16 3

S 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 8

A TO BLK S 3 1 0 1 3 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 6 3 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 2 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 17 12 6 12 Total 39 56

Game #25: Saint Michael’ Michael’ss 45, Saint Anselm 35 y 24, 2010 Colchester Februar bruary Colchester,, Vt. -- Fe

TO BLK 0 2 2 0 3 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 13 4

1 31 31

RE 4 3 5 3 3 4 4 0 2 7 42

SMC M. Otey L. Pintka M. Ferreira C. Hennessy A. Keller C. Quinn M. Olsen J. Moorehead M. O’Shea N. Adach K. Carnell

SAC FG E. Smith 2-13 K. Connolly 1-2 E. Higgins 1-8 1-9 C. May M. Howard 2-8 K. Josephsen 0-0 J. Gureckis 1-4 G. Harrington 1-2 M. Frame 4-10 Totals 13-56

3FG 0-5 0-0 1-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-11

FT 0-0 2-3 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 3-4 8-13

RE 4 2 6 4 11 1 1 2 11 50

TP 4 4 3 3 5 0 2 3 11 35

A TO BLK 3 2 0 2 4 0 1 2 0 0 1 4 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 3 7 17 8

S 4 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 8

SMC FG A. Keller 4-15 C. Quinn 3-7 M. Otey 2-5 M. O’Shea 0-3 L. Pintka 4-10 M. Ferreira 0-1 M. Scott 0-0 C. Hennessy 0-4 K. Cowens 0-0 M. McCormack1-4 Totals 14-49

3FG 2-5 2-4 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-3 5-15

FT 1-3 2-3 4-5 0-0 3-4 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 12-17

RE 8 4 6 2 5 0 0 1 0 2 36

TP 11 10 8 0 11 2 0 0 0 3 45

A TO BLK 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 8 12 3

S 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 7

Score By Halves Saint Anselm Saint Michael’s

1 16 11

2 19 34

Total 35 45

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Adach, Nicole Adams, Rebecca Alley, Suzanne Anderton, Tory Ash, Marybeth Ashley, Karen

10-11 96-97-98-99 94-95-96-97C 00-01 09-10 88-89

Balka, Kathleen Barnett, Jacilyn Barthelmes, Katie Batalis, Pamela Beaulieu, Danielle Bialik, Audrey Billings, Krysta Blair, Kristin Borch, Kelly Bouchard, Rebecca Boynton, Julia Bradt, Lindsey Brewster, Deanna Budney, Kathleen Burke, Deborah Bushey, Pamela

01-02-03-04 84-85-86 05-06-07 82-83-84-85C 00 79 03 83 96-97-98C-99C 82-83-84C-85C 02-03-04-05C 03-04C 98 75-76 84-85-86-87C 77-78-79-80C

Cahill, Susan Campos, Zania Carlsten, Tracy Carnell, Kayla Carpenter, Adrienne Carriero, Tara Chadwick, Mary Beth Chalmers, Nicole Clark, Tara Connolly, Patricia Corbeil, Kimberly Corey, Kimberly Cowens, Kristen Cunningham, Kate Curtin, Maureen

87-88-89-90C 02-03-04-05C 86 10-11 05-06-07-08C 99-00-01-02C 92-93-94-95 99-00-01C 97-98-99-00C 81-82 82-83-84-85 81-82-83C-84C 09-10 83-84-85-86 90

Dame, Martha Daviau, Lynn Demyon, Carolyn Deroy, Cara Desmarais, Paula Devlin, Louann Donohue, Melinda Drago, Deborah Drociak, Beth DuBose, Nadia Dunn, Allison

75-76 74-75-76-77C 95-96-97 11 76-77-78 83-84-85-86C 75 76 96-97-98-99 98-99-00-01C 05-06-07-08C

Enge, Erika

99-00-01-02C

Ferguson, Deborah Ferland, Sarah Ferreira, Marilyn Fields, Piercyn Finn, Maura Fischer, Elaine Fischer, Kimberly Fleming, Barbara Florent, Anna Fogarty, Ann Fondry, Ariana Foss, Alexandra Foster, Diane Foster, Effie Frattini, Lorianne Frauton, Christine Gaffney, Christine Gagne, Gayle

76-77-78-79C 96-97-98C-99C 08-09-10-11C 00 78-79 03-04-05 03 74 06-07-08-09C 75-76 05-06 82 75-76 92 85-86-87-88C 97-98-99-00C 93-94-95-96C 74

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Gagnon, Liane Graham, Lisa Granese, Caroline Grzewinski, Laura

89-90-91-92C 82-83 86-87-88-89 04-05-06-07C

Hackett, Jill Hambley, Jessica Hanchette, Jessica Hannan, Patricia Hanscom, Carol Haynes, Nancy Healy, Tracie Hegarty, Brigid Hennessy, Coreen Hildreth, Dianah "Dee" Horan, Mary

81-82C 00-01-02-03C 01-02 87 93 80 92 03-04-05-06C 09-10-11 80 75-76-77-78C

Johnson, Christine Joyce, Kristen

02-03-04 94-95-96

Keane, Colleen Keller, Alexis Kensey, Erica Kerins, Mary Ketchum, Maureen Kimball, Hailey King, Janet King, Kathleen Klimkowski, Lindsay Knox, Rebecca Koehler, Diana Kuntz, Kathryn

74 07-08-09-10C 01-02-03-04C 90-91-92-93C 74 06 79-80C 86-87-88-89 01-02 84-85-87 95-96-97C-98C 88-91

Largy, Katie Larose, Judy Lavalette, Terri LeFebvre, Elizabeth Leonard, Kayla Liebhauser, Lynne Lochner, Kathy Long, Alexa Lopez, Maria "Pilar" Lubinsky, Nancy Luther, Patricia Lynch, Margaret Lynch, Patricia Lyons, Bridget Mageean, Mary Louise Malone, Maura Marsden, Rebecca Masi, Erica Maurer, Kelly Mayer, Dorothy McCabe, Terri McCormack, Meghan McLoughlin, Anne Marie Merrick, Maxine Molina, Amanda "Amy" Monahan, Karen Moore, Lyndsey Moorehead, Julia Moriarty, Anne Morse, Emily Murray, Lynn Muse, Kathy Nee, Pamela Noel, Sue Noiseux, Kelley Nolan, Kathleen O'Brien, Katie

All-Time Roster

O’Connor, Megan O'Donnell, Cheryl Oliaro, Amy Olsen, Megan O'Neil, Kathleen O'Neil, Theresa O’Shea, Meg Otey, Michelle O'Toole, Meghan Parker, Sharon Patterson, Holly Peterson, Noreen Pintka, Logan Pitchers, Amy Polonica, Susan Pope, Maria Puls, Barbara Quinn, Caitlin

06-07-08 74 92-93-94-95 10-11 78-79-80C-81C 80-82C-83C 07-08-09C-10C 07-08-09-10C 93-94-95 81 96-97-98 80-81-82 08-09-10-11C 05-06-07-08C 74-75-76 76-77-78-79C 79-80-81 09-10-11

Raymond, Kerrie Rayner, Danielle Rayner, Jevonne Reeves, Holly Richard, Lynne Ringrose, Elizabeth Ripitzky, Diane Roberts, Nola Robie, Lisa Rowe, Melissa Rushalko, Jessie

97 04-05-06-07C 04-05-06-07C 03-04-05-06C 80 84-85-86-87C 74 78 94 97-98-99-00C 05

91 82-83 98 00-01-02-03C 08-09 91-92-93-94C 77-78-79-80 11 77 80-81-82-83 74-75-76-77 82-83-84-85 74-75 81

Scannell, Kelly Scott, Mandy Sehlmeyer, Elizabeth "B.J." Sheerar, Siobhan Slaven, Andrea Smalling, Chandler Spirou, Christine Spirou, Kelly Stanger, Dawn Steinmetz, Samantha Strong, Claire Stubbing, Kathy Sullivan, Tara Sweeten, Kathleen

83-84-85-86C 08-09-10-11C 91-92-93-94 95 06-07 04-05-06C 97 97 78-79-80-81 09-10-11 87-88-89-90 84-85-86-87 88 74-75-76-77

77 80-81C 93-94-95-96C 06-07-08 93-94-95-96 88-89-90-91C 75 08-09-10-11C 88-89-90-91 79 90-91-92-93C 89-90-91-92C 08 10 80-81 99-00-01 79 77

Taylor, Sarah Toland, Amy Tomsich, Rebecca Trotier, Michelle Tullar, Brittany Turkington, Rachel Turkington, Sarah Turner, Jeanne

79 92-93-94-95 99-00-01-02 78-79 08 00 89-90-91-92C 79

Valente, Judy Ventura, Carol Marie Vintalore, Gina Waite, Kayla Whitlock, Kathy Zeng, Kathy

79 87-88-89C-90C 86-87-88C-89 03-04 91-92-93-94 91-92-93-94C

86-87-88-89C 94-95 86-87-88 75-76-77C-78C 92-93-94-95C

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Year-By-Year Records/Honor Roll/Coaches Season 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80

W-L 2-6 3-8 5-7 7-5 8-9 11-8 13-8

Coach Sally Watts Arlene Fraga Florence Kirby Sue Duprat Sue Duprat Sue Duprat Sue Duprat

1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86

16-5 9-12 16-10 16-8 18-9 14-13

Sue Duprat Sue Duprat Sue Duprat Sue Duprat Sue Duprat Sue Duprat

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

13-15 9-19 16-12

Sue Duprat Sue Duprat Sue Duprat

1989-90

17-14

Sue Duprat

1990-91

17-11

Sue Duprat

1991-92

17-13

Sue Duprat

1992-93 1993-94

16-11 14-13

Sue Duprat Sue Duprat

1994-95

11-16

Sue Duprat

1995-96

2-25

Sue Duprat

1996-97 1997-98

5-21 10-16

Sue Duprat Sue Duprat

1998-99 1999-00

11-16 6-20

Sue Duprat Sue Duprat

2000-01

10-16

Sue Duprat

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06

8-18 17-12 11-16 8-18 17-11

Sue Duprat Sue Duprat Jen Niebling Jen Niebling Jen Niebling

2006-07

11-16

Jen Niebling

2007-08

13-15

Jen Niebling

2008-09 2009-10

14-13 9-16

Jen Niebling Jen Niebling

Head Coach Sue Duprat Jen Niebling Florence Kirby Arlene Fraga Sally Watts 5 Coaches

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Seasons (Years) 1976-2003 (27) 2003-present (7) 1975-76 (1) 1974-75 (1) 1973-74 (1) 37 seasons

Captain(s) Colleen Keane, Sue Polonica N/A N/A Lynn Daviau, Kathy Nolan Mary Horan, Kathy Nolan Debi Ferguson, Maria Pope Pam Bushey, Janet King, Kathy O’Neil Maura Malone, Kathy O’Neil Jill Hackett, Terri O’Neil Kim Corey, Terri O’Neil Becky Bouchard, Kim Corey Pam Batalis, Becky Bouchard Louann Devlin, Kelly Scannell Debbie Burke, Liz Ringrose Lori Frattini, Gina Vintalore Pam Nee, Carol Marie Ventura Sue Cahill, Carol Marie Ventura Dorothy Mayer, Anne Marie McLoughlin Liane Gagnon, Karen Monahan, Sarah Turkington Mary Kerins, Amy Molina Lynne Liebhauser, Kathy Zeng Mary Beth Chadwick, Katie O’Brien Christine Gaffney, Becky Marsden Sue Alley, Diana Koehler Kelly Borch, Sarah Ferland, Diana Koehler Kelly Borch, Sarah Ferland Tara Clark, Christine Frauton, Melissa Rowe Nicole Chalmers, Nadia DuBose Tara Carriero, Erika Enge Jes Hambley, Liz LeFebvre Lindsey Bradt, Erica Kensey Julia Boynton, Nia Campos Brigid Hegarty, Holly Reeves, Chandler Smalling Laura Grzewinski, Dani Rayner, Jevi Rayner Adrienne Carpenter, Allison Dunn, Amy Pitchers Anna Florent, Meg O’Shea Alexis Keller, Meg O’Shea, Michelle Otey Record 327-355 83-105 5-7 3-8 2-6 420-481

Win % .479 .441 .414 .273 .250 .466

Player 1. Amy Molina 2. Liz LeFebvre 3. Kathy O’Neil 4. Tara Clark 5. Pam Batalis 6. Christine Frauton 7. Becky Bouchard 8. Kathy King 9. Jes Hambley 10. Brigid Hegarty 11. Erica Kensey 12. Sarah Turkington 13. Dani Rayner 14. Kim Corey Margaret Lynch 16. Jevy Rayner

1,000 Point Club Seasons 1989-93 1999-03 1977-81 1996-00 1981-85 1996-00 1981-85 1985-89 1999-03 2002-06 2000-04 1988-92 2003-07 1980-84 1981-85 2003-07

Games 116 104 76 103 98 103 98 103 100 106 104 113 107 92 98 94

Points 1,933 1,553 1,361 1,314 1,290 1,251 1,241 1,220 1,182 1,176 1,086 1,063 1,060 1,039 1,039 1,032

Purple Knight Honor Roll 1,000-Point/1,000-Rebound Club

Player Kathy King

Years 1985-89

Points 1,220

500-Point/500-Assist Club

Player Sarah Ferland Lynne Liebhauser Pam Nee

Years 1995-99 1990-94 1985-89

Points 663 858 570

Rebounds 1,039 Assists 584 544 540

500-Point/500-Rebound/500-Assist Club

Player Lynne Liebhauser

Years 1990-94

Points 858

Rebounds Assists 581 544

Saint Michael’s All-Americans

Player Kathy O’Neil ’81 Karen Monahan ’82 Amy Molina ’93 Liz LeFebvre ’03

Awarding Agency (team) CoSIDA Academic (second) CoSIDA District 1 Kodak Division II (first) Kodak/WBCA Division II (first) Daktronics (honorable mention)

Year 1980-81 1991-92 1992-93 2002-03

Saint Michael’s Hall of Famers Name Inducted Pam Batalis ’85 1991 Becky Bouchard ’85 1992 Kim Corey ’84 1992 Kate Cunningham ’86 1995 Sue Duprat 1995 Mary Horan ’78 1989 Number 11 34

Name Inducted Kathy King ’89 1997 Margaret Lynch ’85 1996 Liz LeFebvre ’03 2009 Amy Molina ’93 1999 Kathy O’Neil ’81* 1987 * denotes charter member

Retired Jersey Numbers Player Kathy O’Neil ’81 Amy Molina ’93

Retired 1981 1993

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W-L Pct. Last SMC Win Opponent Adelphi 8-2 .800 2009-10 (6) Albany State 5-0 1.000 1984-85 (5) American Int’l 23-24 .489 2009-10 (11) Assumption 16-33 .327 1998-99 (4) Bates 1-0 1.000 1980-81 (1) Bentley 2-50 .038 2005-06 (2) Bloomfield (N.J.) 1-1 .500 2000-01 (1) Bloomsburg (Pa.) 0-1 .000 --Bowdoin (Maine) 2-0 1.000 1985-86 (2) Bridgeport 5-1 .833 2002-03 (3) Brown 0-1 .000 --Bryant 17-26 .395 2001-02 (6) Burlington “Visitors” 1-0 1.000 1979-80 (1) California (Pa.) 0-1 .000 --Canisius 1-0 1.000 1984-85 (1) Castleton State 4-5 .444 1988-89 (4) Chestnut Hill FIRST MEETING IN 2010-11 Clark (Mass.) 0-1 .000 --Clinton (N.Y.) 3-0 1.000 1980-81 (3) Colby (Maine) 1-0 1.000 1984-85 (1) Colgate 0-2 .000 --Concordia (N.Y.) 2-1 .667 2003-04 (1) Concordia (Quebec) 1-0 1.000 1986-87 (1) C.W. Post 2-1 .667 2006-07 (2) Daemen 0-1 .000 --Dartmouth 1-4 .200 1976-77 (1) Dawson (Que.) 2-0 1.000 1985-86 (2) Dominican (N.Y.) 3-2 .600 2007-08 (2) Dowling 1-0 1.000 2004-05 (1) East Stroudsburg 2-3 .400 2002-03 (1) Edinboro 0-1 .000 --Felician 2-0 1.000 2004-05 (2) Florida Tech FIRST MEETING IN 2010-11 10-17 .370 2006-07 (2) Franklin Pierce Gannon 0-2 .000 --Georgian Court 1-0 1.000 1985-86 (1) Green Mountain 14-0 1.000 2003-04 (14) Goldey-Beacom 2-1 .667 2008-09 (2) Holy Cross 0-1 .----Holy Family 0-3 .000 --Indiana (Pa.) 0-1 .000 --Johnson State 7-6 .538 1988-89 (4) Keene State 10-2 .833 1991-92 (5) Le Moyne 19-11 .633 2009-10 (4) LIU-Southampton 1-1 .500 2001-02 (1) Lock Haven 1-1 .500 1994-95 (1) Lyndon State 3-9 .250 1981-82 (3) Mansfield (Pa.) 2-0 1.000 1994-95 (2) Marist 0-1 .000 --UMass-Boston 1-2 .333 1980-81 (1) UMass-Lowell 15-20 .429 2009-10 (4) McGill (Que.) 0-1 .000 --Mercy (N.Y.) 2-1 .667 2007-08 (2) Mercyhurst (Pa.) 0-2 .000 --Merrimack 25-24 .510 2008-09 (7) Middlebury 10-1 .909 1993-94 (6) Millersville (Pa.) 0-1 .000 --Molloy (Que.) 0-1 .000 --Mount St. Mary’s (NY) 1-0 1.000 1985-86 (1) Nathaniel Hawthorne (NH) 2-0 1.000 1979-80 (2) New Haven 6-3 .667 2009-10 (5) Norwich 11-7 .611 1986-87 (9) Pace 11-14 .440 2008-09 (2)

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Last Opp. Win 1988-89 (2) --2008-09 (8) 2009-10 (12) --2009-10 (44) 1988-89 (1) 1995-96 (1) --1986-87 (1) 1982-83 (1) 2007-08 (7) --1995-96 (1) --1978-79 (5) 1983-84 (1) ----1986-87 (2) 1999-00 (1) --1984-85 (1) 1997-98 (1) 1981-82 (4) --1985-86 (1) --1996-97 (3) 1994-95 (1) --2009-10 (5) 1986-87 (2) ----2009-10 (1) 1981-82 (1) 2008-09 (3) 1999-00 (1) 1977-78 (3) 1992-93 (1) 2008-09 (3) 1979-80 (1) 1990-91 (1) 1978-79 (9) --1994-95 (1) 1982-83 (2) 2009-10 (7) 1979-80 (1) 1983-84 (1) 1995-96 (2) 2009-10 (9) 1989-90 (1) 1998-99 (1) 1986-87 (1) ----2008-09 (2) 1977-78 (5) 2009-10 (5)

Series History

W-L Pct. Last SMC Win Opponent Palm Beach Atlantic FIRST MEETING IN 2010-11 Philadelphia 1-2 .333 2009-10 (1) Plattsburgh State 11-1 .917 1983-84 (11) Plymouth State 3-1 .750 1981-82 (2) Queens (N.Y.) 3-0 1.000 2009-10 (3) Quinnipiac 13-15 .464 1997-98 (5) Roberts Wesleyan 1-0 1.000 2002-03 (1) Russell Sage 1-0 1.000 1980-81 (1) Sacred Heart 4-3 .571 1996-97 (1) Saint Anselm 16-41 .281 2009-10 (6) Saint John Fisher 0-2 .000 --Saint Joseph (Vt.) 6-0 1.000 1999-00 (6) Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 3-0 1.000 1982-83 (3) Saint Lawrence 6-0 1.000 1986-87 (6) Saint Leo 1-0 1.000 2005-06 (1) Saint Peter’s (N.J.) 0-1 .000 --Saint Rose 9-7 .563 2008-09 (5) Saint Thomas Aquinas 4-1 .800 2007-08 (3) Sciences, Univ. of 2-1 .667 2006-07 (3) Sherbrooke (Que.) 1-0 1.000 1976-77 (1) Shippensburg 0-1 .000 --Slippery Rock 1-0 1.000 2000-01 (1) Southern Conn. 5-14 .263 2008-09 (3) Southern N.H. 22-10 .688 2009-10 (5) Springfield 16-3 .842 1994-95 (13) Stonehill 8-44 .154 2001-02 (2) Stony Brook 1-0 1.000 1998-99 (1) Suffolk 1-0 1.000 1981-82 (1) Tampa 1-0 1.000 2005-06 (1) Trinity (Vt.) 3-1 .750 1983-84 (3) Tufts 1-0 1.000 1986-87 (1) Upsala 0-1 .000 --Vanier (Que.) 4-3 .571 1985-86 (3) Vermont 3-13 .188 1984-85 (1) Vermont “B” 1-6 .143 1978-79 (1) Virginia State 1-0 1.000 1993-94 (1) West Chester 2-2 .500 2001-02 (1) West Florida FIRST MEETING IN 2010-11 West Liberty State 0-1 .000 --West Point 2-5 .286 1989-90 (2) Western New England 1-0 1.000 1978-79 (1) Yale 0-1 .000 ---

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2002-03 (2) 1975-76 (1) 1978-79 (1) --1997-98 (4) ----1995-96 (1) 2009-10 (14) 1984-85 (2) --------1979-80 (1) 2009-10 (4) 1995-96 (1) 2004-05 (1) --1998-99 (1) --2009-10 (10) 2009-10 (4) 1994-95 (2) 2009-10 (20) ------1973-74 (1) --1979-80 (1) 1979-80 (2) 1991-92 (7) 1978-79 (6) --1999-00 (1) 1997-98 (1) 1987-88 (5) --1994-95 (1)

2010-11 regular season opponents in bold number in parentheses denotes longest series win/loss streaks

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Season Records SCORING Name 1. Liz LeFebvre 2. Tara Clark 3. Amy Molina 4. Amy Molina 5. Kathy O’Neil 6. Christine Frauton 7. Erica Kensey 8. Amy Molina 9. Amy Molina 10. Pam Batalis

Points 573 550 544 532 465 455 435 430 427 424

Year 2002-03 1998-99 1991-92 1992-93 1980-81 1998-99 2002-03 1989-90 1990-91 1984-85

REBOUNDING Name 1. Kathy King 2. Kathy King 3. Liz LeFebvre 4. Kathy King 5. Kelly Borch 6. Sarah Turkington 7. Sarah Turkington 8. Margaret Lynch 9. Kelly Borch 10. Liz LeFebvre

Rebs 383 303 291 290 283 269 267 263 258 254

Year 1988-89 1987-88 2002-03 1986-87 1997-98 1989-90 1990-91 1982-83 1996-97 2001-02

ASSISTS Name 1. Jes Hambley 2. Sarah Ferland 3. Lynne Liebhauser 4. Pam Nee 5. Pam Nee 6. Sarah Ferland 7. Lynne Liebhauser 8. Tara Carriero 9. Mary Kerins 10. Tara Carriero

Assists 222 221 218 202 197 160 153 150 147 141

Year 2002-03 1998-99 1993-94 1988-89 1987-88 1997-98 1992-93 2000-01 1991-92 2001-02

STEALS Name 1. Kathy O’Neil 2. Kathy O’Neil 3. Pam Nee 4. Kathy O’Neil 5. Pam Nee 6. Lynne Liebhauser 7. Erica Kensey 8. Karen Monahan 9. Erica Kensey 10. Debbie Burke

Steals 147 139 112 110 106 105 98 96 93 83

Year 1979-80 1977-78 1988-89 1980-81 1987-88 1993-94 2003-04 1991-92 2002-03 1986-87

BLOCKS Name 1. Kelly Borch 2. Kelly Borch 3. Margaret Lynch Margaret Lynch 5. Kelly Borch 6. Margaret Lynch 7. Liz LeFebvre 8. Liz LeFebvre 9. Kelly Borch 10. Amy Toland Amy Toland

Blocks 122 107 84 84 71 66 52 48 47 41 41

Year 1997-98 1998-99 1983-84 1982-83 1996-97 1984-85 2001-02 2002-03 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94

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Karen Monahan ’92 made more than 40 percent of her three-point attempts from 1990-92.

Kelly Borch ’99 is among the single-season leaders in rebounding, blocks and field goal percentage.

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 field goals) Name FG% (FGM-FGA) 1. Liz LeFebvre .581 (241-415) 2. Sarah Turkington .561 (115-205) 3. Sarah Turkington .560 (139-248) 4. Kelly Borch .559 (127-227) 5. Kathy Stubbing .543 (119-219) 6. Liz LeFebvre .527 (164-311) 7. Amy Molina .513 (194-378) 8. Mary Beth Chadwick .513 (100-195) 9. Liz LeFebvre .509 (146-287) 10. Kathy Stubbing .507 (144-284)

Year 2002-03 1991-92 1990-91 1997-98 1985-86 2001-02 1992-93 1993-94 2000-01 1986-87

9. Dani Rayner 10. Pam Batalis

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 75 free throws) Name FT% (FTM-FTA) 1. Tara Clark .853 (128-150) 2. Lindsey Bradt .830 (93-112) 3. Amy Molina .810 (85-105) 4. Alexis Keller .796 (86-108) 5. Logan Pintka .782 (79-101) 6. Amy Molina .770 (107-139) 7. Tara Clark .769 (100-130) 8. Dani Rayner .768 (76-99)

Year 1998-99 bold indicates active player 2003-04 1989-90 2008-09 2009-10 1990-91 1997-98 2005-06

.763 (87-114) 2004-05 .756 (90-119) 1984-85

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 40 three-pointers) Name 3FG% (3M-3A) Year 1. Karen Monahan .405 (45-111) 1990-91 2. Alexis Keller .400 (44-110) 2008-09 3. Karen Monahan .399 (67-168) 1991-92 4. Sue Cahill .393 (44-112) 1989-90 5. Brigid Hegarty .363 (58-160) 2005-06 6. Brigid Hegarty .360 (62-172) 2004-05 7. Brigid Hegarty .355 (59-166) 2003-04 8. Brigid Hegarty .343 (48-140) 2002-03 9. Christine Frauton .332 (70-211) 1999-00 10. Anne Marie McLoughlin .324 (56-173) 1989-90

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Career Records

SCORING Name 1. Amy Molina 2. Liz LeFebvre 3. Kathy O’Neil 4. Tara Clark 5. Pam Batalis 6. Christine Frauton 7. Becky Bouchard 8. Kathy King 9. Jes Hambley 10. Brigid Hegarty

Points 1,933 1,553 1,361 1,314 1,290 1,251 1,241 1,220 1,182 1,176

Years 1989-93 1999-03 1977-81 1996-00 1981-85 1996-00 1981-85 1985-89 1999-03 2002-06

REBOUNDING Name 1. Kathy King 2. Sarah Turkington 3. Kelly Borch 4. Liz LeFebvre 5. Amy Molina 6. Margaret Lynch 7. Kathy Stubbing 8. Tara Clark 9. Katie O’Brien 10. Kim Corbeil

Rebs 1,039 945 931 876 850 813 743 723 698 653

Years 1985-89 1988-92 1995-99 1999-03 1989-93 1981-85 1983-87 1996-00 1991-95 1981-85

ASSISTS Name 1. Sarah Ferland 2. Lynne Liebhauser 3. Pam Nee 4. Jes Hambley 5. Mary Kerins 6. Kathy O’Neil 7. Tara Carriero 8. Pam Batalis 9. Kim Corey 10. Amy Molina

Assists 584 544 540 435 361 357 354 352 310 304

Years 1995-99 1990-94 1985-89 1999-03 1989-93 1977-81 1998-02 1981-85 1980-84 1989-93

STEALS Name Steals 1. Kathy O’Neil 475 2. Pam Nee 296 3. Erica Kensey 270 4. Lynne Liebhauser 267 5. Amy Molina 262 6. Dawn Stanger 240 7. Anne Marie McLoughlin 225 8. Becky Bouchard 208 9. Debbie Burke 206 10. Kim Corey 190

Years 1977-81 1985-89 2000-04 1990-94 1989-93 1977-81 1987-91 1981-85 1983-87 1980-84

BLOCKS Name 1. Kelly Borch 2. Margaret Lynch 3. Liz LeFebvre 4. Amy Toland 5. Amy Pitchers 6. Sarah Turkington 7. Kathy King 8. Becky Tomsich 9. Anna Florent 10. Kim Corbeil

Years 1995-99 1981-85 1999-03 1991-95 2004-08 1998-92 1985-89 1998-02 2008-09 1981-85

Blocks 347 234 153 119 109 102 68 58 57 48

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Lynne Liebhauser ’94 is in the top-four all-time in assists and steals. FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 225 field goals) Name FG% (FGM-FGA) 1. Liz LeFebvre .538 (645-1,199) 2. Sarah Turkington .520 (438-843) 3. Kelly Borch .510 (369-724) 4. Kathy Stubbing .506 (361-713) 5. Amy Molina .485 (735-1,516) 6. Louann Devlin .483 (236-489) 7. Carol Marie Ventura .478 (260-544) 8. Anna Florent .467 (232-497) 9. Kathy King .462 (477-1,033) 10. Pam Batalis .461 (523-1,134) Mary Beth Chadwick .461 (275-597)

Years 1999-03 1988-92 1995-99 1983-87 1989-93 1982-86 1986-90 2005-09 1985-89 1981-85 1991-95

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Min. 125 free throws) Name FT% (FTM-FTA) 1. Brigid Hegarty .823 (163-198) 2. Lindsey Bradt* .820 (137-167) 3. Tara Clark .787 (314-399) 4. Sue Cahill .771 (165-214) 5. Alexis Keller .756 (232-307) 6. Amy Molina .753 (443-588) 7. Logan Pintka .751 (266-354) 8. Carol Marie Ventura .747 (142-190) 9. Jes Hambley .736 (234-318) 10. Pam Batalis .733 (244-333) Holly Reeves .733 (170-232)

Years 2002-06 2002-04 1996-00 1986-90 2006-10 1989-93 2007-pr. 1986-90 1999-03 1981-85 2002-06

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 60 three-pointers) Name 3FG% (3M-3A) Years Kathy O’Neil ’81 is first all-time in 1. Karen Monahan .399 (117-293) 1988-92 steals, averaging nearly seven per game, 2. Allison Dunn .383 (85-222) 2004-08 and third with 1,361 points. 3. Sue Cahill .373 (101-271) 1986-90 4. Brigid Hegarty .356 (227-638) 2002-06 .330 (127-385)) 2006-10 5. Caitlin Quinn .339 (65-192) 2008-pr. 8. Alexis Keller .328 (62-189) 1990-94 6. Mary Kerins .333 (113-339) 1989-93 9. Kathy Zeng 10. Christine Frauton .320 (205-640) 1996-00 7. Tara Clark .333 (72-216) 1996-00

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Team Records

Most Games Played: 31, in 1989-90 (17-14) Fewest Games Played: 11, in 1974-75 (3-8) Most Wins: 18, in 1984-85 (18-9) Fewest Wins: 2, in 1995-96 (2-25) Fewest Losses: 5, in 1976-77 (7-5) 5, in 1980-81 (16-5) Most Losses: 25, in 1995-96 (2-25) Best Record: 16-5, in 1980-81 (.762) Best Home Record: 12-2, in 1989-90 (.857) Best Road Record: 9-2, in 1983-84 (.818) Worst Record: 2-25, in 1995-96 (.074) Worst Home Record: 0-10, in 1995-96 (.000) Worst Road Record: 1-11, in 2004-05 (.083) Highest Offensive Average: 75.2, in 1991-92 (2,255 Pts/30 Gms) Lowest Offensive Average: 55.1, in 2009-10 (1,378 Pts/25 Gms)* Lowest Defensive Average: 53.6, in 1980-81 (1,125 Pts/21 Gms)* Highest Defensive Average: 79.1, in 1995-96 (2,135 Pts/27 Gms) Longest Winning Streak: 11 games, 1/24/80 - 2/22/80 Home Streak: 10 games, 12/4/02 - 2/19/03 Road Streak: 10 games, 1/30/80 - 2/2/81 Longest Losing Streak: 20 games, 2/24/95 - 1/27/96 Home Streak: 14 games, 11/25/95 - 11/30/96 Road Streak: 11 games, 2/29/04 - 1/29/05 11 games, 1/8/00 - 1/6/01 11 games, 1/11/97 - 1/3/98 11 games, 2/24/95 - 1/27/96 Greatest Margin of Victory: 90 points vs. Nathaniel Hawthorne (128-38), 2/9/80 Greatest Margin of Defeat: 64 points vs. Vanier (17-81), 1/25/75 50 points vs. Bentley (50-100), 1/8/98 Most Points Scored: Half - 68, first half vs. Nathaniel Hawthorne (128-38), 2/9/80 68, second half vs. St. Joseph (Vt.) (118-65), 11/18/98 Game, Win - 128 vs. Nathaniel Hawthorne (128-38), 2/9/80 Game, Loss - 90 vs. Vermont (90-96), 12/2/87 Game, 2 Teams - 202 (Sacred Heart 113, SMC 89), 12/23/85 Season - 2,255, in 1991-92 (30 games) Fewest Points Scored: Half - 8, first half vs. Lyndon State (30-63), 12/8/77 11, first half vs. Saint Anselm (45-35), 2/24/10* Game, Loss - 17 vs. Vanier (17-81), 1/25/75 34 vs. Southern Conn. (34-50), 2/18/06* Game, Win - 36 vs. Green Mountain (36-26), 3/74 45 vs. Saint Anselm (45-35), 2/24/10* Game, 2 Teams - 57 (Norwich 30, SMC 27), 2/7/74 78 (SMC 50, Queens (N.Y.) 28), 11/21/09* Season - 250#, in 1973-74 (8 games) 1,356, in 1981-82 (21 games)* Most Points Scored by Opponent: Half - 65, second half by Merrimack (94-83), 12/2/98 Game, Win - 113, by Sacred Heart (113-89), 12/23/85 Game, Loss - 92, by Bryant (92-100), 1/18/92 Season - 2,140, in 1991-92 (30 games) Fewest Points Scored by Opponent: Half - 7, first half by Trinity (Vt.) (18-80), 1/31/79 11, first half by Queens (N.Y.) (28-50), 11/21/09 Game, Loss - 18, by Trinity (Vt.) (18-80), 1/31/79 28, by Queens (N.Y.) (28-50), 11/21/09* Game, Win - 30, by Norwich (30-27), 2/7/74 46, by UMass Lowell (46-41), 1/19/08* Season - 300#, in 1973-74 (8 games) 1,125, in 1980-81 (21 games)* Most Field Goals Made: Game - 60 vs. Nathaniel Hawthorne, 2/9/80 Season - 868, in 1991-92 (868-2,006) Most Field Goals Attempted: Game - 102 vs. Bloomfield (N.J.) (30-102), 1/2/89 Season - 2,006, in 1991-92 (868-2,006) Highest Field Goal Percentage: Game - .607 vs. Springfield (34-56), 12/9/89 Season - .444, in 1983-84 (696-1,568) Most Field Goals Made by Opponent: Game - 51 by Sacred Heart (89-113), 12/23/85 Season - 788, in 1989-90 (788-1,946) Most Field Goals Attempted by Opponent: Game - 90 by Pace (25-90), 1/30/99

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Season - 1,946, in 1989-90 (788-1,946) Highest Field Goal Percentage by Opponent: Game - .611 by Colgate (33-54), 2/8/86 Season - .432, in 1985-86 (613-1,420) Most Free Throws Made: Game - 36 vs. Quinnipiac (36-42), 11/25/89 Season - 433, in 1988-89 (433-672) Most Free Throws Attempted: Game - 54 vs. West Liberty State (27-54), 11/29/97 Season - 672, in 1988-89 (433-672) Highest Free Throw Percentage: Game (10 made) - 1.000 vs. Vermont (14-14), 12/4/91 1.000 vs. Saint Anselm (12-12), 11/21/00 (15 made) - .952 vs. Southern Conn. (20-21), 2/19/05 (30 made) - .857 vs. Quinnipiac (36-42), 11/25/89 Season - .725, in 2004-05 (343-473) Most Free Throws Made by Opponent: Game - 37 by Stonehill (37-43), 3/6/92 Season - 511, in 1995-96 (511-769) Most Free Throws Attempted by Opponent: Game - 51 by Quinnipiac (31-51), 1/25/97 Season - 769, in 1995-96 (511-769) Highest Free Throw Percentage by Opponent: Game (10 made) - .950 by A.I.C. (19-20), 1/16/99 (20 made) - .913 by Southern Conn. (21-23), 2/10/04 (30 made) - .860 by Stonehill (37-43), 3/6/92 Season - .726, in 2002-03 (342-471) Most Three-Point Field Goals Made: Game - 12 vs. Saint Anselm (12-23), 1/19/94 12 vs. Roberts Wesleyan (12-32), 11/23/02 Season - 161, in 2002-03 (161-495) Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted: Game - 32 vs. Roberts Wesleyan (12-32), 11/23/02 Season - 495, in 2002-03 (161-495) Highest Three-Point Field Goal Percentage: Game - .909 vs. Merrimack (10-11), 2/19/92 Season - .358, in 1989-90 (142-397) Most Three-Point Field Goals Made by Opponent: Game - 14 by Franklin Pierce (14-19), 12/1/93 Season - 168, in 2002-03 (168-523) Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted by Opponent: Game - 36 by Keene State (7-36), 12/9/87 36 by Saint Joseph (Vt.) (7-36), 2/7/00 Season - 523, in 2002-03 (168-523) Highest Three-Point Field Goal Percentage by Opponent: Game - .737 by Franklin Pierce (14-19), 12/1/93 Season - .353, in 1998-99 (161-456) Most Rebounds: Game - 76 vs. Bloomfield (N.J.), 1/2/89 Season - 1,372, in 1991-92 Most Rebounds by Opponent: Game - 76 by Assumption, 2/12/83 Season - 1,273, in 1995-96 Most Assists: Game - 33 vs. Trinity (Vt.), 12/4/83 Season - 594, in 1991-92 Most Assists by Opponent: Game - 31 by Bentley, 12/18/82 31 by Bentley, 1/16/91 31 by Bryant, 2/17/96 Season - 514, in 1989-90 Most Blocks: Game - 17 vs. Assumption, 2/12/83 Season - 152, in 1997-98 Most Blocks by Opponent: Game - 11 by A.I.C., 2/2/00 Season - 106, in 1995-96 Most Steals: Game - 33 vs. Bridgeport, 11/21/92 Season - 620, in 1977-78 Most Steals by Opponent: Game - 30 by Saint Anselm, 11/22/81 Season - 404, in 1995-96 * - record since 1979-80 # - approximate estimate

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Most Games Played: Season - 31, six players, 1989-90 Season (Rookie) - 31, Mary Kerins and Amy Molina, 1989-90 Career - 116, Amy Molina, 1989-93 Consecutive - 116, Amy Molina, 1989-93 Most Points Scored: Game - 36, Kathy O'Neil vs. Bates, 12/6/80 Season - 573, Liz LeFebvre, 2002-03 Season (Rookie) - 430, Amy Molina, 1989-90 Career - 1,933, Amy Molina, 1989-93 Most Points Per Game: Season - 22.1, Kathy O'Neil (465 Pts/21 Gms), 1980-81 Season (Rookie) - 16.2, Kathy O'Neil (275 Pts/17 Gms), 1977-78 Career - 17.9, Kathy O'Neil (1,361 Pts/76 Gms), 1977-81 Most Games Scoring in Double-Figures: Season - 28, Liz LeFebvre, 2002-03 Career - 103, Amy Molina, 1989-93 Most Consecutive Games in Double-Figures: Season - 27, Tara Clark, 1998-99 Career - 40, Liz LeFebvre, 1999-03 Most Games Scoring 25 Points or More: Season - 10, Kathy O’Neil, 1980-81 Career - 18, Amy Molina, 1989-93 Most Double-Doubles: Consecutive - 9, Liz LeFebvre, 1/8/02 - 1/30/02 Season - 20, Kathy King, 1988-89 Career - 50, Kathy King, 1985-89 Most Triple-Doubles: Season - 2, Lynne Liebhauser, 1993-94 2, Kelly Borch, 1996-97 Career - 3, Kelly Borch, 1995-99 Most Field Goals Made: Game - 15, Kathy O'Neil vs. Bates, 12/6/80 Season - 241, Liz LeFebvre (241-415), 2002-03 Career - 735, Amy Molina (735-1,516), 1989-93 Most Field Goals Attempted: Game - 28, Mary Beth Chadwick (12-28) vs. Edinboro, 12/29/94 Season - 458, Tara Clark (204-458), 1998-99 Career - 1,516, Amy Molina (735-1,516), 1989-93 Highest Field Goal Percentage: Game (6 made) 1.000, Michelle Otey (8-8) at Pace, 2/16/08 (10 made) .833, Pam Batalis (10-12) vs. Southern N.H., 12/8/84 Season - .581, Liz LeFebvre (241-415), 2002-03 Career - .538, Liz LeFebvre (645-1,199), 1999-03 Most Free Throws Made: Game - 18, Tara Clark (18-23) vs. West Liberty State, 11/29/97 Season - 134, Amy Molina (134-184), 1992-93 Career - 443, Amy Molina (443-588), 1989-93 Most Free Throws Attempted: Game - 23, Tara Clark (18-23) vs. West Liberty State, 11/29/97 Season - 184, Amy Molina (134-184), 1992-93 Career - 588, Amy Molina (443-588), 1989-93 Highest Free Throw Percentage: Game - 1.000, Sue Cahill (10-10) vs. Quinnipiac, 2/27/88 1.000, Lindsay Bradt (10-10) vs. AIC, 1/31/04 Season - .853, Tara Clark (128-150), 1998-99 Career - .820, Lindsay Bradt (137-167), 2002-04

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Individual Records

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made: Game - 9, Christine Frauton (9-10) vs. Green Mountain, 12/11/99 Season - 70, Christine Frauton (70-211), 1999-2000 Career - 227, Brigid Hegarty (227-638), 2002-06 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted: Game - 17, Brigid Hegarty vs. St. Thomas Aquinas, 11/20/04 Season - 215, Christine Frauton (66-215), 1998-99 Career - 666, Jes Hambley (198-666), 1999-03 Highest Three-Point Field Goal Percentage: Game - 1.000, Mary Kerins (5-5) vs. UMass-Lowell, 11/25/90 Season - .405, Karen Monahan (45-111), 1990-91 .405, Sue Cahill (30-74), 1988-89 Career - .399, Karen Monahan (117-293), 1988-92 Most Consecutive Games Making a Three-Point Field Goal: Season - 26, Jes Hambley, 12/1/02 - 3/15/03 Note: Hambley hit a three in 47 of 48 games from 12/1/01 - 3/15/03 To Begin Career - 9, Brigid Hegarty, 11/23/02 - 12/28/02 Most Rebounds: Game - 26, Kelly Borch vs. Saint Thomas Aquinas, 11/15/97 Season - 383, Kathy King, 1988-89 Career - 1,039, Kathy King, 1985-89 Most Rebounds Per Game: Season - 14.6, Mary Horan (175 Rebs/12 Gms), 1976-77 13.7, Kathy King (383 Rebs/28 Gms), 1988-89 Career - 13.0, Mary Horan (376 Rebs/29 Gms), 1976-78 10.1, Kathy King (1,039 Rebs/103 Gms), 1985-89 Most Assists: Game - 16, Pam Batalis vs. Saint Joseph's (Maine), 2/2/83 16, Jes Hambley vs. Green Mountain, 1/17/03 Season - 222, Jes Hambley, 2002-03 Career - 584, Sarah Ferland, 1995-99 Most Blocks: Game - 12, Margaret Lynch vs. Assumption, 2/12/83 12, Kelly Borch vs. Bryant, 1/28/98 12, Kelly Borch vs. Assumption, 2/7/98 Season - 122, Kelly Borch, 1997-98 Career - 347, Kelly Borch, 1995-99 Most Steals: Game - 15, Becky Bouchard vs. Middlebury, 2/14/83 Season - 147, Kathy O'Neil, 1979-80 Career - 475, Kathy O'Neil, 1977-81

Amy Molina ’93, the program’s all-time leading scorer with 1,933 points.

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Year-By-Year Results

2009-10 (9-16, 7-15 NE-10) Coach: Jen Niebling Captains: Alexis Keller, Meg O’Shea, Michelle Otey 11/18 UMass Lowell* W, 60-59 11/21 at Queens (N.Y.) W, 50-28 11/24 Franklin Pierce* L, 73-49 11/29 Stonehill* L, 67-63 (ot) 12/2 at Southern N.H.* L, 53-35 12/5 Merrimack* L, 75-70 12/8 at Saint Anselm* L, 57-51 12/20 at Philadelphia W, 58-54 12/21 at Goldey-Beacom L, 67-62 1/2 at Bentley* L, 49-43 1/6 at Saint Rose* L, 57-41 1/9 Le Moyne* W, 64-48 1/12 at Southern Connecticut* L, 71-65 (ot) 1/16 Pace* L, 67-44 1/20 New Haven* W, 59-44 1/23 at Assumption* L, 64-44 1/26 American International* W, 64-54 1/30 at Adelphi* W, 67-62 2/3 at UMass Lowell* L, 64-62 2/6 Bentley* L, 75-56 2/9 at Franklin Pierce* L, 91-56 2/13 at Stonehill* L, 56-39 2/17 Southern N.H.* W, 75-74 2/20 at Merrimack* L, 57-56 2/24 Saint Anselm* W, 45-35 * NE-10 contest 2008-09 (14-13, 11-11 NE-10) Coach: Jen Niebling Captains: Anna Florent, Meg O’Shea 11/16 Queens (N.Y.) W, 80-72 11/19 Southern Connecticut* W, 78-69 11/22 at American International* L, 59-49 11/25 Assumption* L, 69-61 11/30 at New Haven* L, 67-55 12/1 at Saint Thomas Aquinas W, 53-43 12/3 Southern N.H.* W, 76-75 (ot) 12/6 at Saint Rose* W, 68-66 12/13 at Le Moyne* W, 72-69 12/30 at Goldey-Beacom W, 60-58 12/31 at Holy Family L, 61-36 1/3 at UMass Lowell* W, 63-62 1/6 Franklin Pierce* L, 76-47 1/8 at Bentley* L, 66-52 1/10 Merrimack* W, 62-49 1/14 at Stonehill* L, 67-56 1/20 Saint Anselm* W, 55-52 1/24 New Haven* L, 67-61 1/29 at Assumption* L, 71-70 (ot) 1/31 American International* L, 66-59 2/4 Saint Rose* W, 64-55 2/8 at Pace* L, 84-72 2/10 at Southern Connecticut* W, 79-66 2/18 Le Moyne* L, 63-53 2/21 at Saint Anselm* W, 63-56 2/23 Pace* W, 57-56 3/1 at Saint Rose^ L, 66-46 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament 2007-08 (13-15, 9-13 NE-10) Coach: Jen Niebling Captains: Adrienne Carpenter, Allison Dunn, Amy Pitchers 11/17 Saint Thomas Aquinas@ W, 63-55 11/18 Mercy@ W, 78-58 11/20 at UMass Lowell* W, 65-63 (ot) 11/24 Holy Family L, 71-59 11/25 Pace* W, 71-61 11/28 Merrimack* W, 58-54 12/1 at Southern Connecticut* L, 84-61 12/4 American International* L, 64-48 12/8 at Le Moyne* W, 59-52

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12/15 Goldey-Beacom W, 59-56 12/19 at Saint Rose* W, 65-57 1/5 at Stonehill* L, 57-48 1/10 at Assumption* L, 67-50 1/12 Saint Anselm* W, 66-54 1/16 at Merrimack* L, 65-57 1/19 UMass Lowell* L, 46-41 1/21 at Dominican W, 85-74 (ot) 1/26 at American International* W, 51-41 1/30 Le Moyne* L, 63-56 2/2 Saint Rose* W, 73-66 2/5 at Bentley* L, 56-49 2/9 Southern Connecticut* W, 62-59 2/13 at Bryant* L, 70-41 2/16 at Pace* L, 70-59 2/19 Franklin Pierce* L, 81-55 2/23 Bentley* L, 63-40 2/26 Southern N.H.* L, 69-59 (ot) 3/2 at Bryant^ L, 73-60 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament @ DoubleTree Tip Off Classic 2006-07 (11-16, 8-14 NE-10) Coach: Jen Niebling Captains: Laura Grzewinski, Dani Rayner, Jevy Rayner 11/17 Franklin Pierce@ W, 70-50 11/19 C.W. Post@ W, 76-62 11/21 UMass Lowell* W, 57-37 11/26 at Pace* L, 63-55 11/29 at Merrimack* W, 73-66 12/2 Southern Connecticut* L, 71-51 12/5 at American International* L, 58-57 12/9 Le Moyne* W, 56-49 12/17 at Bentley* L, 48-40 12/20 Saint Rose* L, 75-64 12/29 at Univ. of Sciences W, 66-58 12/30 at Holy Family L, 67-42 1/3 at Southern N.H.* W, 75-66 1/6 Stonehill* L, 62-46 1/11 Assumption* L, 57-52 1/13 at Saint Anselm* W, 60-54 1/17 Merrimack* W, 67-56 1/20 at UMass Lowell* W, 61-58 1/27 American International* L, 68-57 1/31 at Le Moyne* L, 64-52 2/3 at Saint Rose* L, 83-67 2/6 Bentley* L, 67-54 2/10 at Southern Connecticut* L, 73-51 2/14 Bryant* L, 78-73 2/17 Pace* W, 78-74 2/20 at Franklin Pierce* L, 73-69 (ot) 2/25 at Bryant^ L, 58-53 (ot) * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament @ DoubleTree Tip Off Classic 2005-06 (17-11, 12-10 NE-10) Coach: Jen Niebling Captains: Brigid Hegarty, Holly Reeves, Chandler Smalling 11/19 Queens (N.Y.)@ W, 67-53 11/20 Univ. of Sciences@ W, 64-51 11/27 at Stonehill* L, 75-66 11/30 Bentley* W, 61-54 12/3 at Merrimack* W, 77-76 (ot) 12/6 at Saint Anselm* W, 72-65 12/10 Pace* W, 73-63 12/17 at Saint Leo W, 55-47 12/19 at Tampa W, 66-59 1/2 Le Moyne* W, 71-48 1/5 UMass Lowell* W, 68-58 1/7 at Franklin Pierce* L, 73-57 1/10 Southern N.H.* W, 57-55 1/14 Stonehill* L, 67-64 1/16 at Bentley* W, 69-60

1/19 Merrimack* 1/21 at UMass Lowell* 1/24 Franklin Pierce* 1/26 at Southern N.H.* 1/28 Saint Anselm* 1/31 at Mercy* 2/4 at Le Moyne* 2/7 at Assumption* 2/11 American International* 2/15 at Bryant* 2/18 Southern Connecticut* 2/21 at Saint Rose* 2/26 UMass Lowell^ * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament @ DoubleTree Tip Off Classic

W, 68-57 L, 76-66 L, 63-59 W, 62-59 W, 54-47 W, 84-36 L, 66-63 L, 74-63 (ot) W, 61-49 L, 64-50 L, 50-34 L, 74-70 L, 67-54

2004-05 (8-18, 5-17 NE-10) Coach: Jen Niebling Captains: Julia Boynton, Nia Campos 11/20 St. Thomas Aquinas@ W, 82-78 (2ot) 11/21 Dowling@ W, 87-62 11/23 at Univ. of the Sciences L, 64-54 12/1 at Bentley* L, 63-36 12/4 Merrimack* L, 69-56 12/8 Saint Anselm* L, 59-54 12/11 at Pace* L, 66-46 12/18 Felician W, 75-58 12/19 Stonehill* L, 62-57 1/3 at Le Moyne* L, 72-55 1/6 at UMass Lowell* L, 57-54 1/8 Franklin Pierce* W, 65-52 1/11 at Southern N.H.* L, 64-50 1/15 at Stonehill* L, 68-56 1/17 Bentley* L, 64-62 1/20 at Merrimack* L, 58-45 1/22 UMass Lowell* L, 61-49 1/25 at Franklin Pierce* L, 53-47 1/27 Southern N.H.* W, 58-56 1/29 at Saint Anselm* L, 63-59 2/5 Le Moyne* W, 60-58 2/8 Assumption* L, 53-39 2/12 at American International* W, 70-60 2/16 Bryant* L, 61-59 2/19 at Southern Connecticut* L, 63-52 2/22 Saint Rose W, 71-64 * NE-10 contest @ Clarion Tip-Off Classic 2003-04 (11-16, 7-15 NE-10) Coach: Jen Niebling Captains: Lindsey Bradt, Erica Kensey 11/18 at Green Mountain W, 79-60 11/21 at Concordia W, 68-48 11/22 at Felician W, 63-46 11/25 at Southern Connecticut* L, 71-56 11/30 American International* L, 67-52 12/3 at Assumption* L, 81-72 12/6 Bryant* L, 84-76 12/9 at Southern N.H.* W, 78-68 12/13 Saint Rose* W, 75-55 1/3 UMass Lowell* L, 65-62 1/6 at Franklin Pierce* L, 75-65 1/8 Bentley* L, 56-53 1/10 at Merrimack* L, 78-57 1/14 Stonehill* L, 68-57 1/19 at Saint Anselm* L, 65-60 1/22 Le Moyne* W, 65-54 1/24 at Bryant* L, 96-48 1/28 Assumption* L, 61-52 1/31 at American International* L, 76-57 2/4 at Saint Rose* W, 84-77 2/7 Pace* W, 70-55 2/10 Southern Connecticut* L, 66-62 2/13 Green Mountain W, 100-54 2/18 at Le Moyne* W, 83-40 2/21 Saint Anselm* L, 66-61

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Year-By-Year Results

W, 57-54 11/18 Slippery Rock@ W, 76-69 L, 71-61 11/19 Bloomfield@ W, 56-45 11/21 Saint Anselm* L, 81-79 11/29 Stonehill* W, 98-88 12/2 at Bentley* L, 95-68 2002-03 (17-12, 12-10 NE-10) 12/5 Merrimack* L, 74-65 Coach: Sue Duprat 12/9 at Le Moyne* L, 63-56 Captains: Jes Hambley, Liz LeFebvre 12/16 Green Mountain W, 74-53 11/23 Roberts Wesleyan@ W, 92-62 1/6 at UMass Lowell* L, 66-59 11/24 East Stroudsburg@ W, 96-55 1/9 Franklin Pierce* L, 72-70 11/26 Southern Connecticut* L, 86-79 1/11 at Southern N.H.* W, 82-71 12/1 at American International* L, 83-68 1/13 at Stonehill* L, 70-54 12/4 Assumption* W, 94-90 (ot) 1/16 Bentley* L, 70-60 12/7 at Bryant* L, 73-71 1/18 at Merrimack* L, 57-52 12/10 Southern N.H.* W, 78-66 1/20 UMass Lowell* W, 66-56 12/14 at Saint Rose* W, 79-66 1/22 at Franklin Pierce* W, 76-73 12/28 at Bridgeport W, 72-60 1/25 Southern N.H.* W, 79-69 1/3 at UMass Lowell* L, 74-57 1/27 at Saint Anselm* L, 96-67 1/5 Franklin Pierce* W, 73-69 1/31 at New Haven W, 75-70 1/8 at Bentley* L, 82-63 2/3 Le Moyne* W, 79-72 1/11 Merrimack* W, 79-78 2/6 Assumption* L, 89-62 1/14 at Stonehill* L, 67-51 2/10 at American International* L, 76-61 1/17 Green Mountain W, 74-65 2/13 Bryant* L, 72-64 1/20 Saint Anselm* W, 66-57 2/17 at Southern Connecticut* L, 56-54 1/23 at Le Moyne* W, 70-66 2/19 at Pace* L, 79-58 1/25 Bryant* W, 75-62 2/21 Saint Rose* L, 59-45 1/29 at Assumption* L, 92-71 * NE-10 contest 2/1 American International* W, 65-59 @ Radisson Tip-Off Tournament 2/5 Saint Rose* W, 74-59 2/8 at Pace* W, 83-72 1999-00 (6-20, 2-16 NE-10) 2/12 at Southern Connecticut* L, 74-73 Coach: Sue Duprat 2/17 at Green Mountain W, 84-64 Captains: Tara Clark, Christine Frauton, 2/19 Le Moyne* W, 60-59 Melissa Rowe 2/22 at Saint Anselm* L, 86-69 11/19 New Hampshire Coll.@ L, 60-58 2/25 Pace* L, 70-69 11/21 West Chester@ L, 69-51 3/2 Assumption^ L, 78-57 11/28 at Southern Connecticut L, 82-76 3/15 at Philadelphia# L, 86-78 12/1 Merrimack* L, 82-54 * NE-10 contest 12/3 vs. Indiana Univ.# L, 64-57 ^ NE-10 Tournament 12/4 vs. Concordia# W, 83-37 @ Radisson Tip-Off Tournament 12/7 at Bentley* L, 80-67 # ECAC Tournament 12/11 Green Mountain W, 83-51 1/2 at UMass Lowell W, 79-70 2001-02 (8-18, 4-18 NE-10) 1/5 Bryant* L, 76-70 Coach: Sue Duprat 1/8 at Assumption* L, 85-69 Captains: Tara Carriero, Erika Enge 1/12 Stonehill* L, 86-67 11/17 West Chester@ W, 62-56 1/15 American International* L, 63-61 (ot) 11/18 Southampton@ W, 78-65 1/19 at Pace* L, 78-63 11/20 at Saint Anselm* L, 71-63 1/22 at Merrimack* L, 71-62 11/25 Merrimack* L, 83-72 1/26 Le Moyne* W, 61-58 11/28 at Stonehill* L, 73-40 1/29 Pace* W, 59-57 12/1 Bentley* L, 77-63 2/2 at American International* L, 72-44 12/4 at Merrimack* L, 71-59 2/5 at Stonehill* L, 96-58 12/8 Le Moyne* L, 60-57 2/7 Saint Joseph (Vt.) W, 77-42 12/16 at Green Mountain W, 63-56 2/9 Assumption* L, 86-69 1/5 UMass Lowell* L, 78-53 2/12 Bentley* L, 93-56 1/8 at Franklin Pierce* L, 76-63 2/15 Saint Anselm* L, 77-53 1/10 Southern N.H.* W, 68-55 2/19 at Bryant* L, 82-64 1/12 Stonehill* W, 99-78 2/23 at Le Moyne* L, 76-70 1/15 at Bentley* L, 82-67 2/25 at Saint Anselm* L, 68-59 1/19 at UMass Lowell* L, 74-65 * NE-10 contest 1/21 Franklin Pierce* L, 81-76 @ SMC/Hampton Inn Tip Off Classic 1/24 at Southern N.H.* W, 81-72 # East Stroudsburg University Tournament 1/26 Saint Anselm* L, 69-66 1/30 New Haven W, 70-69 1998-99 (11-16, 6-12 NE-10) 2/2 at Le Moyne* L, 73-61 Coach: Sue Duprat 2/6 at Assumption* L, 80-74 Captains: Kelly Borch, Sarah Ferland 2/9 American International* L, 71-51 11/14 Stony Brook@ W, 84-73 2/12 at Bryant* W, 77-65 11/15 Shippensburg@ L, 84-75 2/16 Southern Connecticut* L, 72-55 11/18 Saint Joseph (Vt.) W, 118-65 2/18 Pace* L, 76-45 11/22 Southern Connecticut L, 67-60 2/20 at Saint Rose* L, 69-45 11/24 at New Hampshire Coll. W, 78-68 * NE-10 contest 11/29 Le Moyne* W, 82-64 @ Radisson Tip-Off Tournament 12/2 at Merrimack* L, 94-83 12/4 at West Chester# W, 84-73 2000-01 (10-15, 6-15 NE-10) 12/5 vs. Millersville# L, 84-69 Coach: Sue Duprat 12/8 Bentley* L, 86-82 Captains: Nicole Chalmers, Nadia DuBose 12/11 Saint Anselm* L, 88-81 (ot)

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1/3 UMass Lowell W, 79-70 1/6 at Bryant* W, 101-78 1/9 Assumption* W, 83-61 1/14 at Stonehill* L, 82-73 1/16 at American International* L, 92-82 1/20 Pace* L, 55-54 1/23 Merrimack* L, 68-57 1/27 at Le Moyne* W, 69-62 1/30 at Pace* W, 73-63 2/2 American International* L, 62-45 2/6 Stonehill* L, 78-68 2/10 at Assumption* L, 77-60 2/13 at Bentley* L, 96-68 2/16 at Saint Anselm* L, 80-75 2/19 Bryant* W, 89-82 2/24 at Bentley^ L, 84-42 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament @ SMC/Hampton Inn Tip Off Classic # West Chester University Tournament

1997-98 (10-16, 7-13 NE-10) Coach: Sue Duprat Captains: Kelly Borch, Sarah Ferland, Diana Koehler 11/15 St. Thomas Aquinas@ W, 74-66 11/16 Adelphi@ W, 73-53 11/22 at Quinnipiac* L, 57-49 11/25 at Bryant* L, 76-63 11/29 vs. West Liberty State# L, 108-87 11/30 vs. Daemen# L, 79-75 12/3 at Le Moyne* L, 53-50 12/13 Pace* L, 76-59 12/21 New Hampshire Coll. W, 75-66 12/30 Stonehill* L, 58-53 1/3 at UMass Lowell L, 81-76 (ot) 1/6 at Merrimack* W, 78-74 1/8 at Bentley* L, 100-50 1/10 American International* W, 84-56 1/13 at Saint Anselm* L, 70-60 1/15 Assumption* W, 76-65 1/17 Quinnipiac* W, 82-78 (ot) 1/20 at Pace* L, 67-52 1/24 at Stonehill* L, 94-52 1/28 Bryant* W, 74-71 1/31 Le Moyne* W, 67-56 (ot) 2/7 at Assumption* W, 72-56 2/11 Merrimack* L, 72-66 2/14 at American International* L, 88-53 2/17 Bentley* L, 70-58 2/21 Saint Anselm* L, 61-44 * NE-10 contest @ SMC/Hampton Inn Tip Off Classic # Fighting Scots Tournament at Edinboro 1996-97 (5-21, 2-16 NE-10) Coach: Sue Duprat Captains: Sue Alley, Diana Koehler 11/16 East Strougsburg@ 11/17 UMass Lowell@ 11/23 Pace 11/30 Saint Rose 12/3 at Bryant* 12/6 at West Chester# 12/7 vs. C.W. Post# 12/14 at American International* 12/22 at New Hampshire Coll. 1/4 Sacred Heart 1/8 Stonehill* 1/11 at Assumption* 1/14 at Merrimack* 1/16 Saint Anselm* 1/18 Bentley* 1/20 Le Moyne* 1/25 at Quinnipiac* 1/29 at Stonehill* 2/1 American International*

L, 60-42 L, 77-62 L, 60-50 L, 86-48 L, 79-58 L, 62-60 W, 68-58 L, 86-63 W, 86-70 W, 61-59 L, 75-49 L, 80-71 L, 85-73 L, 80-49 L, 88-45 L, 79-61 L, 67-61 L, 91-73 L, 92-72

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2/4 Merrimack* W, 65-61 2/8 at Bentley* L, 82-57 2/11 at Saint Anselm* L, 75-65 2/13 at Assumption* L, 69-62 2/15 at Le Moyne* L, 74-67 2/19 Bryant* W, 63-61 2/22 Quinnipiac* L, 63-59 * NE-10 contest @ SMC/Hampton Inn Tip Off Classic # Dial Classic at West Cchester University 1995-96 (2-25, 2-14 NE-10) Coach: Sue Duprat Captains: Christine Gaffney, Becky Marsden 11/18 at Pace L, 61-59 11/25 Philadelphis Textile@ L, 67-56 11/26 Saint Thomas Aquinas@ L, 55-48 11/29 at Sacred Heart L, 87-53 12/1 at East Stroudsburg L, 82-56 12/2 vs. California (Pa.) L, 72-55 12/8 at Franklin Pierce L, 94-64 12/28 vs. Bloomsburg# L, 86-69 12/29 vs. Mercyhurst# L, 79-64 12/30 vs. East Stroudsburg# L, 82-61 1/7 at Stonehill* L, 93-62 1/10 at American International* L, 79-41 1/13 Quinnipiac* L, 75-69 1/15 at Merrimack* L, 89-83 1/20 Stonehill* L, 77-35 1/22 at Saint Anselm* L, 65-52 1/24 Bryant* L, 83-68 1/27 at Bentley* L, 89-55 1/30 at Assumption* W, 70-51 2/1 American International* L, 86-77 2/3 Merrimack* L, 72-53 2/6 at Quinnipiac* W, 79-66 2/10 Assumption* L, 75-56 2/14 Saint Anselm* L, 72-47 2/17 at Bryant* L, 103-65 2/20 Bentley* L, 81-42 2/26 at Stonehill^ L, 84-45 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament @ SMC/Hampton Inn Tip Off Classic # at Albany, N.Y. 1994-95 (11-16, 7-11 NE-10) Coach: Sue Duprat Captains: Mary Beth Chadwick, Katie O’Brien 11/19 at Lock Haven W, 67-64 11/28 at Assumption* L, 63-61 11/30 Franklin Pierce W, 67-64 12/3 vs. Yale# L, 78-58 12/4 vs. Marist# L, 66-54 12/7 Bryant* W, 74-72 12/10 UMass Lowell L, 74-64 12/29 vs. Edinboro! L, 83-80 12/30 vs. Mansfield! W, 72-55 1/4 Sacred Heart W, 59-56 1/7 American International* L, 63-58 1/11 at Springfield* L, 60-46 1/14 Stonehill* L, 90-67 1/18 Saint Anselm* L, 84-53 1/21 at Quinnipiac* L, 68-62 1/24 Merrimack* W, 80-59 1/26 Bentley* L, 75-69 1/28 at Bryant* L, 81-70 2/1 Assumption* W, 74-54 2/4 at American International* L, 71-53 2/8 Springfield* W, 77-55 2/11 at Stonehill* L, 72-45 2/15 at Saint Anselm* W, 72-62 2/18 Quinnipiac* W, 70-67 2/21 at Merrimack* W, 68-59 2/24 at Bentley* L, 97-56 2/27 at Bentley^ L, 83-71 * NE-10 contest

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11/23 vs. UMass Lowell# L, 73-52 11/24 vs. New Haven# W, 84-62 11/26 at Middlebury W, 80-63 11/30 Keene State@ W, 83-71 12/1 Bridgeport@ W, 69-60 12/4 at Vermont L, 91-68 12/7 at Saint Anselm* L, 85-84 (ot) 12/9 at UMass Lowell L, 63-61 12/14 Springfield* W, 77-56 12/22 New Hampshire Coll. W, 84-66 1/6 at Franklin Pierce L, 78-63 1/8 Quinnipiac* W, 75-63 1/11 at American International* W, 74-64 1/15 at Assumption* L, 79-75 (ot) 1/18 Bryant* W, 100-92 1/21 at Stonehill* L, 90-61 1/25 Merrimack* W, 73-65 1/28 Bentley* L, 82-69 1/30 Saint Anselm* W, 82-72 2/1 at Quinnipiac* L, 70-60 2/5 at Springfield* W, 94-63 2/8 Assumption* W, 83-56 2/12 at Bryant* W, 88-79 2/15 Stonehill* L, 89-77 2/19 at Merrimack* W, 82-55 2/22 at Bentley* L, 71-61 2/27 American International* W, 92-70 3/1 American International^ W, 76-48 3/6 vs. Stonehill^ L, 84-63 3/7 vs. Assumption^ L, 80-67 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament @ SMC Holiday Invitational # Pepsi New England Challenge at Merrimack

1993-94 (14-13, 9-9 NE-10) Coach: Sue Duprat Captains: Lynne Liebhauser, Kathy Zeng 11/20 at Philadelphia Textile L, 71-63 11/23 at Middlebury W, 56-47 11/29 Adelphi W, 71-46 12/1 at Franklin Pierce L, 94-81 12/3 vs. Virginia State# W, 80-61 12/4 at East Stroudsburg# W, 77-64 12/6 at UMass Lowell L, 67-61 12/18 Assumption* W, 72-61 12/30 at Adelphi W, 72-61 1/3 at Bryant* L, 69-68 1/8 at American International* L, 86-61 1/12 Springfield* W, 67-50 1/15 at Stonehill* L, 85-70 1/19 at Saint Anselm* L, 97-85 1/22 Quinnipiac* W, 68-67 1/25 at Merrimack* L, 78-55 1/27 at Bentley* L, 59-51 1/29 Bryant* W, 101-59 2/2 at Assumption* W, 65-64 2/5 American International* W, 74-70 2/9 at Springfield* W, 50-38 2/12 Stonehill* L, 87-82 2/16 Saint Anselm* L, 73-63 2/19 at Quinnipiac* W, 68-59 2/22 Merrimack* W, 71-58 2/25 Bentley* L, 77-70 2/28 at American International^ L, 79-61 * NE-10 contest ^ NE-10 Tournament 1990-91 (17-11, 11-7 NE-10) # East Stroudsburg Tournament Coach: Sue Duprat Captains: Dorothy Mayer, Anne Marie McLoughlin 1992-93 (16-11, 9-9 NE-10) 11/20 Middlebury W, 73-55 Coach: Sue Duprat 11/24 Keene State@ W, 87-63 Captains: Mary Kerins, Amy Molina 11/25 UMass Lowell@ W, 75-57 W, 77-43 11/28 Vermont 11/21 Bridgeport L, 79-72 11/24 Middlebury W, 86-65 12/1 Stonehill* W, 70-62 11/28 Mansfield@ W, 90-43 12/5 at Merrimack* W, 70-64 11/29 Pace@ W, 72-61 12/8 at Springfield* W, 80-65 12/5 Saint Anselm* L, 92-80 12/10 UMass Lowell W, 78-67 12/7 UMass Lowell W, 76-69 12/28 vs. Lock Haven! L, 86-66 12/12 at Springfield* W, 77-56 12/29 vs. Adelphi! W, 67-52 12/20 at New Hampshire Coll. W, 81-62 1/6 at Le Moyne W, 83-81 (2ot) 1/4 Franklin Pierce W, 77-72 1/10 American International* W, 63-44 1/7 at Quinnipiac* W, 72-70 1/12 Merrimack* W, 81-55 1/9 American International* W, 74-58 1/16 at Bentley* L, 96-70 1/13 Assumption* W, 82-66 1/19 at Quinnipiac* L, 53-49 1/16 at Bryant L, 80-73 1/21 Bryant* W, 87-71 1/19 Stonehill* L, 88-75 1/26 Assumption* W, 63-61 1/23 at Merrimack* W, 69-67 1/28 Saint Anselm* L, 79-65 1/26 at Bentley* L, 83-79 1/31 Springfield* W, 94-78 1/28 at Saint Anselm* L, 70-60 2/2 at American International* W, 64-56 1/30 Quinnipiac* L, 66-52 2/6 at Stonehill* W, 70-62 2/3 Springfield* W, 69-64 2/9 Bentley* L, 78-48 2/6 at Assumption* W, 73-62 2/13 Quinnipiac* L, 66-64 2/10 Bryant* W, 84-77 2/16 at Bryant* W, 90-77 (ot) 2/13 at Stonehill* L, 79-59 2/20 at Assumption* L, 69-56 2/17 Merrimack* L, 78-77 2/23 at Saint Anselm* L, 84-55 2/20 Bentley* L, 74-66 2/27 Assumption^ L, 70-59 2/25 at American International* W, 72-69 (ot) 3/9 New Hampshire Coll.# L, 80-68 3/1 at Saint Anselm^ L, 74-71 * NE-10 contest 3/13 vs. Keene State# L, 70-67 ^ NE-10 Tournament * NE-10 contest @ SMC Holiday Invitational ^ NE-10 Tournament ! New Hampshire College Invitational @ SMC Holiday Invitational # ECAC Tournament # ECAC Tournament 1989-90 (17-14, 11-7 NE-10) 1991-92 (17-13, 11-7 NE-10) Coach: Sue Duprat Coach: Sue Duprat Captains: Sue Cahill, Carol Marie Ventura Captains: Liane Gagnon, Karen Monahan, 11/18 West Point W, 84-63 Sarah Turkington 11/25 Quinnipiac@ W, 99-84

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11/26 Keene State@ L, 85-80 12/9 at Keene State W, 64-60 11/30 at Middlebury L, 79-78 (ot) 12/12 Bentley* L, 70-47 12/2 at Stonehill* W, 58-52 1/5 at Adelphi L, 77-71 (ot) 12/6 Merrimack* W, 85-61 1/9 at New Hampshire Coll. L, 63-61 12/9 Springfield* W, 92-42 1/10 at UMass Lowell L, 68-55 12/11 at UMass Lowell L, 69-45 1/14 Springfield* L, 72-52 12/30 at Vermont L, 68-54 1/16 at Merrimack* W, 73-72 1/2 at Adelphi W, 63-48 1/20 at Saint Anselm* W, 71-69 1/6 New Hampshire Coll. W, 74-63 1/23 Quinnipiac* W, 69-64 1/11 at American International* W, 77-63 1/26 at Bryant* L, 90-68 1/13 at Merrimack* W, 78-56 1/30 at Stonehill* L, 79-55 1/17 Bentley* L, 87-67 2/1 American International* W, 82-59 1/20 Quinnipiac* W, 69-59 2/4 at Bentley* L, 83-53 1/23 at Bryant* L, 69-60 2/6 Saint Anselm* L, 72-57 1/27 at Assumption* L, 64-62 2/10 at Assumption* L, 62-54 1/29 at Saint Anselm* L, 72-66 2/13 at Springfield* W, 72-61 2/1 at Springfield* W, 65-56 2/15 Merrimack* W, 84-62 2/3 American International* W, 76-61 2/17 at Quinnipiac* L, 73-63 2/7 Stonehill* W, 74-62 2/20 Bryant* L, 87-66 2/10 at Bentley* L, 85-75 2/22 Stonehill* L, 74-70 2/14 at Quinnipiac* L , 64-60 2/25 at American International* L, 70-61 2/17 Bryant* W, 72-62 2/27 Quinnipiac^ W, 78-67 2/21 Assumption* W, 68-54 2/29 at Stonehill^ L, 67-50 2/24 Saint Anselm* L, 64-63 * NE-10 contest 2/28 Bryant^ W, 65-57 ^ NE-10 Tournament 3/2 Saint Anselm^ L, 73-64 @ SMC Women’s Invitational 3/3 Stonehill^ L, 75-60 3/10 Mercyhurst# W, 62-59 1986-87 (13-15) 3/11 UMass Lowell# L, 82-68 Coach: Sue Duprat * NE-10 contest Captains: Debbie Burke, Liz Ringrose ^ NE-10 Tournament 11/23 at Saint Anselm L, 72-50 @ SMC Women’s Invitational 11/28 UMass Lowell@ W, 72-58 # ECAC Tournament 11/29 Bridgeport@ L, 64-58 12/2 at Merrimack L, 83-59 1988-89 (16-12, 11-7 NE-10) 12/6 Keene State W, 78-69 Coach: Sue Duprat 12/13 vs. Pace! W, 78-71 Captains: Pam Nee, Carol Marie Ventura 12/14 at Bentley! L, 67-59 11/19 West Point W, 74-59 12/27 vs. Gannon$ L, 97-72 11/26 Adelphi@ L, 73-70 12/28 at Stonehill$ L, 62-58 11/27 Le Moyne@ W, 63-61 12/31 Vermont L, 76-62 11/29 Vermont L, 72-71 1/3 Adelphi W, 64-63 12/3 at Assumption* W, 66-65 (ot) 1/5 American International W, 56-46 12/6 at Castleton State W, 92-49 1/7 at Le Moyne% W, 57-55 12/10 at Bentley* L, 75-60 1/8 vs. Gannon% L, 63-60 12/12 Johnson State W, 93-38 1/10 Bryant W, 84-75 (ot) 1/2 at Bloomfield L, 88-79 1/12 at Springfield L, 72-60 1/4 at Pace L, 85-69 1/17 at Southern Connecticut W, 67-62 1/7 New Hampshire Coll. W, 81-75 1/19 at Bentley L, 71-63 1/12 at Springfield* W, 64-59 1/25 Franklin Pierce L, 60-57 1/14 Merrimack* L, 59-55 1/27 Tufts W, 86-66 1/18 Saint Anselm* W, 73-62 1/31 at West Point L, 77-68 1/21 at Quinnipiac* W, 65-55 2/2 at Assumption W, 88-75 1/24 Bryant* W, 75-65 2/5 at Norwich W, 74-50 1/28 Stonehill* L, 69-59 2/9 New Hampshire Coll. L, 68-61 1/30 at American International* W, 96-81 2/14 Saint Lawrence W, 96-50 2/2 Bentley* L, 84-54 2/19 at Molloy L, 70-66 2/4 at Saint Anselm* W, 60-56 2/20 at Concordia W, 98-50 2/8 Assumption* W, 82-66 2/23 at Colgate L, 72-66 2/11 Springfield* W, 75-57 @ SMC Invitational Tournament 2/13 at Merrimack* L, 59-58 ! Bentley Tournament 2/15 Quinnipiac* W, 77-72 $ Stonehill Tournament 2/18 at Bryant* L, 63-62 % Mideast Collegiate Tournament 2/22 at Stonehill* L, 78-62 2/25 American International* W, 94-65 1985-86 (14-13) 3/1 Saint Anselm^ L, 63-62 Coach: Sue Duprat * NE-10 contest Captains: Louann Devlin, Kelly Scannell ^ NE-10 Tournament 11/22 at Stonehill L, 75-44 @ SMC Women’s Invitational 11/24 Saint Anselm L, 62-60 11/26 Norwich W, 59-42 1987-88 (9-19, 5-13 NE-10) 11/30 at UMass Lowell W, 58-55 Coach: Sue Duprat 12/3 Merrimack W, 70-62 Captains: Lori Frattini, Gina Vintalore 12/6 vs. Bentley! L, 80-60 11/24 at West Point L, 63-58 12/7 vs. Saint Mary’s! W, 84-33 11/28 Franklin Pierce@ W, 58-53 12/23 at Sacred Heart L, 113-89 11/29 Merrimack@ L, 68-64 1/5 at Bryant L, 79-45 12/2 at Vermont L, 96-90 (ot) 1/6 at American International W, 64-47 12/5 Assumption* L, 72-59 1/9 Southern Connecticut W, 75-68

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1/11 at Springfield 1/13 Bentley 1/18 at Dawson 1/19 at Vanier 1/22 Keene State 1/24 Bowdoin 1/29 at Vermont 2/1 Dominican@ 2/2 Georgian Court@ 2/4 at Assumption 2/8 Colgate 2/10 at New Hampshire Coll. 2/12 Dawson 2/15 West Point 2/17 at Saint Lawrence 2/22 at Keene State @ SMC Invitational Tournament ! Adelphi University Tournament

W, 53-42 L, 56-55 W, 67-63 W, 77-56 W, 67-51 W, 69-47 L, 62-58 L, 67-65 W, 76-62 L, 65-64 L, 81-66 L, 86-62 W, 72-65 L, 53-51 W, 62-49 L, 73-70

1984-85 (18-9) Coach: Sue Duprat Captains: Pam Batalis, Becky Bouchard 11/16 Stonehill W, 85-76 11/19 at Saint Anselm W, 82-65 11/24 at Springfield W, 67-65 11/27 at Merrimack W, 66-62 11/28 at Bentley L, 72-55 12/2 at C.W. Post L, 81-64 12/3 at New Haven W, 64-62 12/8 New Hampshire Coll. L, 81-81 12/15 vs. Canisius! W, 76-59 12/16 vs. Adelphi! W, 64-54 1/2 at Quinnipiac L, 92-73 1/10 American International W, 75-58 1/11 Bryant L, 73-62 1/14 at UMass Lowell W, 69-39 1/20 Saint Lawrence W, 80-58 1/22 at Keene State W, 79-63 1/26 Albany W, 78-69 1/30 Vermont W, 78-41 2/1 Dominican@ W, 87-43 2/2 Colby@ W, 75-52 2/4 at Assumption L, 75-72 2/10 Sacred Heart W, 92-63 2/12 at Norwich W, 63-38 2/14 at West Point L, 77-62 2/17 at Southern Connecticut L, 82-70 2/23 Saint John Fisher L, 67-54 2/26 Keene State W, 87-58 @ SMC Invitational Tournament ! Bentley Holiday Tournament 1983-84 (16-8) Coach: Sue Duprat Captains: Becky Bouchard, Kim Corey 11/18 at Stonehill W, 70-61 11/20 Saint Anselm L, 73-65 11/22 at New Hampshire Coll. W, 72-63 11/26 at Vermont W, 63-53 11/30 at Bryant L, 79-63 12/4 Trinity (Vt.) W, 88-38 12/6 Middlebury W, 93-33 12/10 New Haven W, 64-57 12/17 vs. Mercy! L, 64-46 12/18 vs. Bridgeport! W, 71-64 1/7 Quinnipiac L, 68-48 1/12 at UMass Lowell W, 68-53 1/14 Bentley L, 70-44 1/19 at Keene State W, 82-69 1/21 at Saint Lawrence W, 67-51 1/23 at Plattsburgh State W, 90-54 1/25 at Franklin Pierce W, 66-46 1/28 vs. Castleton State% W, 92-54 1/29 at Albany State% W, 72-56 2/7 Norwich W, 70-55 2/12 West Point L, 83-61 2/17 at Clark L, 80-63

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2/26 Vermont 2/28 Merrimack ! Bentley Christmas Tournament % Albany State Tournament

1982-83 (16-10) Coach: Sue Duprat Captains: Kim Corey, Terri O’Neil 11/19 Stonehill 11/21 Saint Anselm 11/23 New Hampshire Coll. 11/28 Bryant 12/1 Norwich 12/3 Brown 12/4 Le Moyne 12/7 Plattsburgh State 12/18 at Bentley! 12/19 vs. Bridgeport! 1/15 UMass Boston 1/19 Keene State 1/22 Trinity (Vt.) 1/26 Franklin Pierce 1/29 American International 2/1 Bowdoin@ 2/2 Saint Joseph’s (Maine)@ 2/4 Castleton State 2/5 Saint Thomas Aquinas 2/8 Vermont 2/10 Saint Lawrence 2/12 Assumption 2/14 Middlebury 2/18 Quinnipiac 2/19 New Haven 2/22 Merrimack ! Bentley Christmas Tournament @ SMC Invitational Tournament NOTE: location not distinguished

L, 58-52 W, 74-51

L, 102-80 L, 74-64 W, 77-66 L, 78-60 W, 72-58 L, 81-65 W, 67-61 W, 91-71 L, 97-61 W, 84-75 L, 74-61 W, 75-65 W, 82-51 W, 78-69 W, 86-59 W, 74-50 W, 86-67 W, 77-49 W, 73-63 L, 64-61 W, 72-65 L, 71-44 W, 76-55 L, 107-64 L, 61-51 W, 69-51

Clinton (N.Y.) W, 83-31 Vermont L, 63-55 Albany State W, 75-41 Middlebury W, 76-51 Vanier W, 61-60 Johnson State W, 74-49 Assumption L, 66-56 Plymouth State W, 80-54 Russell Sage@ W, 94-56 Franklin Pierce@ W, 64-59 Saint Anselm L, 73-56 @ SMC Invitational ! Norwich Tournament NOTE: date and location not distinguished

1979-80 (13-8) Coach: Sue Duprat Captains: Pam Bushey, Janet King, Kathy O’Neil 11/15 at McGill L, 85-58 11/16 at Vanier L, 68-65 11/28 at Plattsburgh State W, 87-57 12/4 at Stonehill L, 54-52 1/7 at Saint Peter’s L, 88-47 1/9 at LIU-Southampton L, 74-37 1/10 at Upsala L, 68-61 1/15 Dominican L, 48-45 1/24 Lyndon State W, 80-49 1/26 Plattsburgh State W, 86-37 1/30 at Hawthorne W, 78-31 2/2 at Albany State W, 60-32 W, 75-53 2/4 Middlebury 2/6 at Norwich W, 67-52 2/9 Hawthorne W, 128-38 2/14 at Johnson State W, 72-51 2/18 at Plymouth State W, 60-59 2/20 at Vermont W, 68-60 2/22 Colby-Sawyer@ W, 82-44 2/23 Vanier@ L, 48-45 2/26 Saint Anselm W, 60-47 @ SMC Invitational

1981-82 (9-12) Coach: Sue Duprat Captains: Jill Hackett, Terri O’Neil 11/20 at Stonehill L, 70-42 1978-79 (11-8) 11/22 Saint Anselm L, 61-46 Coach: Sue Duprat 11/24 at Dartmouth L, 71-36 Captains: Debi Ferguson, Maria Pope 12/1 Lyndon State W, 82-50 11/29 at Plattsburgh W, 70-59 12/3 Norwich W, 72-64 12/1 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) W, 53-46 12/8 at Plattsburgh W, 67-42 12/2 Norwich W, 62-46 1/16 at UMass Boston L, 76-53 12/4 at Castleton State L, 60-59 1/20 at New Hampshire Coll. L, 85-83 12/7 Concordia (N.Y.) L, 78-57 1/23 at Sacred Heart L, 79-77 1/24 at Western New England W, 75-32 1/27 Merrimack W, 79-73 1/25 at American International L, 55-45 1/30 at Franklin Pierce L, 68-49 1/31 Trinity (Vt.) W, 80-18 2/3 at Vanier W, 71-61 2/2 Vermont JV L, 64-46 2/6 Quinnipiac L, 94-61 2/3 Plattsburgh State W, 64-55 2/11 at Saint Lawrence W, 68-53 2/8 Johnson State W, 57-51 2/13 Assumption L, 71-64 2/10 Albany State W, 65-48 2/15 Middlebury W, 105-68 2/13 at Vermont JV L, 56-50 2/16 at Suffolk W, 61-39 2/15 Plymouth State L, 59-55 2/19 Saint Joseph’s (Maine)@ W, 74-52 2/17 at Middlebury W, 79-47 2/20 Saint John Fisher@ W, 76-54 2/20 at Lyndon State L, 74-47 2/23 at Holy Cross L, 86-43 2/23 Castleton State@ W, 71-60 2/26 at Vermont L, 93-69 2/24 Vermont JV@ W, 71-51 @ SMC Tournament 2/25 Dartmouth L, 78-48 @ SMC Invitational 1980-81 (16-5) Coach: Sue Duprat 1977-78 (8-9) Captains: Maura Malone, Kathy O’Neil Coach: Sue Duprat Plattsburgh W, 69-45 Captains: Mary Horan, Kathy Nolan UMass Boston W, 58-53 11/30 Plattsburgh W, 71-54 Dartmouth L, 67-42 12/2 at Norwich L, 49-40 vs. Bates! W, 90-61 12/5 Castleton State L, 62-58 vs. Saint Anselm! L, 72-47 12/8 at Lyndon State L, 63-30 Dominican W, 69-56 1/26 at Dartmouth L, 55-46 Lyndon State W, 94-51 1/30 Green Mountain W, 63-27 Clinton (N.Y.) W, 94-26 2/3 at Vermont JV L, 71-50 Plattsburgh W, 79-45 2/9 Johnson State L, 47-45 Sacred Heart W, 68-46 2/11 Clinton (N.Y.) W, 92-23

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2/13 at Johnson State 2/15 at Saint Anselm 2/16 at Plymouth State 2/19 Norwich 2/21 Lyndon State 2/23 at Green Mountain 3/4 Johnson State@ 3/5 Norwich@ @ SMC Invitational

W, 55-41 W, 57-35 W, 70-69 L, 60-47 L, 78-63 W, 68-44 L, 52-50 W, 82-57

1976-77 (7-5) Coach: Sue Duprat Captains: Lynn Daviau, Kathy Nolan 11/30 at Plattsburgh State W, 60-46 12/2 at Johnson State L, 47-37 12/6 at Castleton State L, 51-47 (ot) 12/9 Lyndon State L, 68-42 1/27 Dartmouth W, 52-50 2/3 Johnson State L, 61-56 2/5 Norwich W, 46-42 2/9 Green Mountain W, 64-37 2/16 at Lyndon State L, 80-53 2/18 at Norwich W, 56-51 2/20 Sherbrooke W, 47-37 2/25 at Green Mountain W, 55-38 1975-76 (5-7) Coach: Florence Kirby Captains: N/A 12/3 Plattsburgh State 12/8 at Vermont Coll. (Norwich) 12/11 Lyndon State 1/26 at Johnson State 2/4 Vermont 2/6 Johnson State 2/10 at Lyndon State 2/17 Saint Joseph (Vt.) 2/21 Vanier 2/24 Castleton State 2/28 at Saint Joseph (Vt.) 3/1 at Green Mountain

L, 59-47 L, 44-41 L, 62-45 W, 38-33 L, 70-45 L, 51-36 L, 50-30 W, 90-22 W, 60-51 L, 70-40 W, 88-23 W, 56-38

1974-75 (3-8) Coach: Arlene Fraga Captains: N/A 12/7 Johnson State 12/11 at Saint Joseph (Vt.) 1/25 Vanier 1/28 at Vermont Coll. (Norwich) 1/31 Castleton State 2/3 at Lyndon State 2/6 at Vermont JV 2/13 Vermont Coll. (Norwich) 2/17 Saint Joseph (Vt.) 2/20 Vermont JV 2/27 at Johnson State

L, 76-44 W, 57-32 L, 81-17 L, 58-32 L, 57-29 L, 67-36 L, N/A L, 71-48 W, 51-31 L, 55-39 W, N/A

1973-74 (2-6) Coach: Sally Watts Captains: Colleen Keane, Sue Polonica 2/7 Vermont Coll. (Norwich) L, 30-27 2/13 Vermont L, 81-35 2/19 at Vermont JV L, 31-29 2/20 at Vermont Coll. (Norwich) L, 52-37 2/25 at Lyndon State L, N/A 3/X at Green Mountain W, 36-26 3/6 Green Mountain W, 46-35 3/20 Trinity (Vt.) L, N/A

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President Dr. John J. Neuhauser Dr. John J. (Jack) Neuhauser enters his fourth year as the 16th President of Saint Michael’s College in 2010-11. He was named President on August 1, 2007, and was inaugurated on September 29, 2007. Neuhauser spent the two years prior to joining Saint Michael’s as University Professor of Boston College. From 1999 to 2005, he served as academic vice president and dean of faculties of Boston College. From 1977 to 1999, Dr. Neuhauser served as dean and professor of the Boston College Carroll School of Management. “I’ve come to know and admire Saint Michael’s College as a trustee for five years, and quite literally, to know this place is to love it,” Professor Neuhauser said, on being named the next president of the college. “The academic qualities of Saint Michael’s, its faculty commitment to scholarship and teaching, the enthusiasm and curiosity of its students, and its talented administration and staff, should put it in the first ranks of liberal arts colleges. That is the path I hope we will follow together,” he said. “I only hope to be able to continue the strong legacy of Marc and Dana vanderHeyden [Saint Michael’s current president and his wife] and their predecessors.”

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During his six years as academic vice president and dean of faculties of Boston College, Professor Neuhauser was responsible for leadership of the faculty in seven schools and colleges, containing 670 full-time faculty members, and nearly 400 part-time. During this time the number of full-time faculty increased by 50 and the number of endowed professorships more than doubled, to 45. Half the new faculty were persons of color. As dean of Boston College’s Carroll School of Management, Professor Neuhauser led a redesign of the MBA program to promote socially responsible, ethical management and to offer several joint degree programs: MBA-MSA, MBAJD and MBA-Ph.D. He is also credited with raising $20 million on his own for the Carroll School. A native of New York City, Dr. Neuhauser earned a bachelor’s degree in physics from Manhattan College in 1964, a master’s in operations research and statistics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1965, and a doctorate in operations research and statistics: mathematics, also from Rensselaer, in 1968. Professor Neuhauser is described “as an academic leader who strives for excellence first,” and as a person who is “very comfortable providing leadership within the framework of a strong Catholic institution.” Jack Neuhauser has been a member of the Saint Michael's College Board of Trustees since 2001. He is the father of three grown children. He has completed the Boston Marathon seven times.

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Athletic Administration

Geri Knortz, Ed.D. M’05 Athletics Director

On May 7, 1997, Geraldine S. Knortz, Ed.D., became the fifth athletics director in the College’s 93-year history, and the first woman to ever hold the position. “We were looking for someone with the leadership abilities to carry Saint Michael's into the 21st century, with concern for all students,” then-college president Marc A. vanderHeyden said. “I am convinced we have found the right person in Geri Knortz.” While at Saint Michael’s, Knortz has guided the successful transition of the women’s ice hockey program to varsity status and the men’s ice hockey program’s move to the ECAC East Conference. Knortz has also been instrumental in the addition of numerous fulltime coaching positions, improvements to coaches offices, the renovation of the Ross Sports Center gymnasium floor in 2001, and the construction of the Duffy Artificial Turf Field in 2005. Under her leadership, notable team successes include the field hockey team’s semifinal finish at the 2000 and 2001 NCAA Championship, the men’'s basketball “Sweet Sixteen” appearance in 2001, and the crowning of the men’s hockey team as the 1999 NCAA Division II Champions. In 2007-08, the women’s tennis team earned the program’s first appearance in the NCAA Division II Tournament (the program qualified for the NCAA Tournament again in 2008-09), and the men’s ice hockey team was crowned Northeast-10 Conference Tournament champions twice in the last three years. Knortz has been a member of many college committees at Saint Michael's including: strategic planning, athletic advisory, technology steering, administrative council, and numerous search committees. At the national level, she is past chair of the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics, the NCAA Division II Nominating Committee and the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Committee for the Northeast District. She is also active with the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators. Knortz prepared well for her opportunity at Saint Michael’s during a very successful 15 year career at Hamilton College, where she held the position of associate director of athletics and senior woman administrator. She was also a professor of physical education (tenured 1987), and coached two varsity sports: volleyball and softball. She is a 1974 graduate (magna cum laude) of the State University of New York at Cortland, where she earned a bachelor of science in physical education and mathematics. She went on to earn her master of science in education at Northern Illinois University in 1978, and a master of science in administration at Saint Michael’s in 2005.

Chris Kenny ’86 M’98 Associate Athletics Director Now in his third decade as a college employee, Chris Kenny - the College’s associate athletic director - is primarily responsible for NCAA compliance, marketing, development, and sport administration. Kenny is a product of Saint Michael’s, earning a bachelor of arts degree in journalism and master of science degree in administration and management at the College. After a brief stint as public relations director in the Cincinnati Reds and Philadelphia Phillies minor league systems following graduation, he returned to his alma mater to be the

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Zaf Bludevich Senior Associate Athletics Director

A member of the athletic department since 1975, Zaf Bludevich has been involved in nearly every aspect of Saint Michael’s athletics since his arrival more than three decades ago. Bludevich has served as associate athletic director, head athletics trainer, summer camp director, intramural director and has coached several sports. From 1975 to 2003, he served as the College’s head athletic trainer, and in 2004 was promoted to his current title. Bludevich was honored by the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) for his three decades of service as an athletic trainer by earning the 2009 Dr. Donald Grover Memorial Award. The award is bestowed periodically to an athletic trainer of an ECAC member institution who has achieved outstanding success in his or her career and has made an unusual contribution in the interest of intercollegiate athletics. A 1993 Saint Michael’s Hall of Fame inductee, Bludevich has served on numerous committees and received several awards for his tireless efforts and dedication to Purple Knights athletics. He has held the positions of treasurer and secretary on the Vermont Association of Athletic Trainers and been a member of the NCAA Ice Hockey Rules and Women’s Championship committees and ECAC Cross Country and Track Committee. Bludevich’s longest tenure in a coaching position was 16 years with the cross country program, though he split his time between the men’s (1980-83, 1990-97) and women’s (1980-87) squads. In 1984 and 1985, his women’s squad won the Mideast Conference title. He was the co-head coach of the men’s swimming and diving team during its first four seasons of existence (1974-78). In 1975, he coached the school’s field hockey team, and in 1990 he assisted Lou DiMasi’s men’s lacrosse team. A 1974 graduate of Norwich University (and 2004 Norwich Hall of Fame inductee), where he received his bachelor’s degree in physical education, he earned his master’s in education/athletic training in 1975. In 1991, he received a degree in physical therapy from the University of Vermont. College’s sports information director, a position he held for eight years. Following his term as the school’s SID, he served as Director of Athletic External Affairs for two years, before being promoted first to Assistant, then Associate Athletic Director. A well-known face around campus, Kenny is a member of several committees, both on campus and in the outer realm of college athletics. A former member of the NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Committee, he is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators, and the National Association of Athletics Compliance Coordinators. He is also a member of Leadership Champlain’s Class of 2005. A division of the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Champlain is a prestigious year-long program focused on developing professional leadership and awareness of community issues facing Vermont. On campus, he is a member of the College’s Athletic Task Force, Athletic Advisory Council, and Judicial Review Board, and chairs the College’s Athletic Hall of Fame Committee. Kenny is also an active volunteer in and outside the Burlington community. He serves on the Vermont State Sports Council, is a member of the board of directors for Big Apple Basketball (a non-profit corporation committed to helping New York City kids achieve their dream of a college education), and volunteers for Vermont’s Camp TaKum-Ta (a residential summer camp for children with cancer) having served the camp as a member of its board of directors for 10 years. He is also the Executive Director of the Robert J. Kenny Memorial Golf Tournament, which endows camping scholarships at the Clara Barton Camp for girls with diabetes in memory of his late father, and is a member of the Barton Center’s “Friends of Barton.”

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Jim Murdock Head Athletic Trainer

Sports Medicine

Jim Murdock, an athletic trainer with nearly 30 years of collegiate experience, enters his second year as Saint Michael’s head athletic trainer in 2010-11. Murdock is responsible for the health care of the College’s 21 NCAA Division II intercollegiate varsity sports programs. Murdock’s other duties include staffing of home and away athletic contests, supervising assistant athletic trainers and student workers, managing the athletic training budget, and ordering equipment and supplies. Murdock joins Saint Michael’s after spending the previous 11 years as an athletic trainer at the University of Vermont, including five years as head athletic trainer and assistant director of the Center for Health and Wellbeing. As head athletic trainer, he worked with all 27 of UVM’s NCAA Division I varsity sports programs, and was the supervisor for seven full-time staff, two part-time staff, several student The Athletic Training Room is located on the first floor of the Ross athletic trainers, and three athletic medicine facilities. Sports Center, across from the gym. Prior to his time at UVM, Murdock was the director of sports medicine/head athletic trainer and assistant athletics director at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, N.J., from 1986-98. While at Monmouth, an NCAA Division I institution and member of the Northeast Conference (NEC), he developed a drug-education course and program for student-athletes, and was co-director of I-Team, a proactive prevention program for student-athletes dealing with responsible behavior. He also taught a variety of courses related to athletic training, health and fitness, and first aid safety, served a threeyear stint as the executive director of the NEC Athletic Trainers Association, and spent eight summers as an athletic trainer at the New Jersey Garden State Games. Murdock is a 1980 graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a bachelor of science degree in physical education/athletic training, and earned his masters of education in sports medicine/athletic training from the University of Virginia in 1991. He also has served a six-year stint (1980-86) as an assistant athletic trainer and head baseball coach at Washington & Lee University, an NCAA Division III institution in Lexington, Va. Among his lengthy list of affiliations and certifications, Murdock is a member of the National Athletic Trainer Association, the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association, and VATA. He also is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and the National Strength Coaches Association, and is a certified instructor in several American Red Cross disciplines.

Jessica Moore Athletic Trainer

Jessica Moore enters her fifth season as athletic trainer at Saint Michael’s in 201011. She will be assisting in all of the College’s 21 varsity sports, and works primarily with the men’s and women’s ice hockey teams during the winter. Moore received her bachelor’s degree from Castleton State College in 2002, earning her degree in sports medicine. While at Castleton, she was a senior athletic training student with men’s and women’s basketball, softball, baseball and women’s soccer. After graduating from Castleton, Moore was a graduate assistant at Old Dominion University, working primarily with the women’s basketball team, which hosted the NCAA Women’s Basketball Regional Tournament in 2006. She received her master’s degree in education from Old Dominion in 2006.

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Whitney Grennon Athletic Medicine Intern

Whitney Grennon joins Saint Michael's for her first year as the athletic medicine intern in 2010-11. She will assist with the health care of the College's 21 NCAA Division II intercollegiate varsity sports programs. Grennon graduated summa cum laude from Norwich University in May with a bachelor of science degree in sports medicine/athletic training, and minors in biology, health-nutrition, and coaching. While at Norwich, she worked in the athletic training room for four years, where she actively assisted the College's athletic training staff. Grennon also was a four-year standout for the Norwich softball team, and three-year team captain. Grennon also served two years as president of the College's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

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Athletic Support

Seth Cole ’01 Sports Information Director

Jon Milazzo Equipment and Events Manager

Seth Cole, a native of Blue Hill, Maine, is in his eighth year as sports information director for Saint Michael’s. He handles all publicity and media relations efforts for the College’s 21 varsity sports, and is the chair of the Northeast10 Conference Sports Information Directors. He also served as the College’s baseball coach from 2006-08. Cole, a 2001 graduate of Saint Michael’s with a bachelor’s degree in journalism, returns following a 12-month stint with USA Hockey in Colorado Springs, Colo. He first served USA Hockey as The Brian Fishman Intern before being hired full-time as coordinator of media and public relations. Prior to joining USA Hockey, Cole spent the 2001-02 school year as an Asa S. Bushnell intern with the Eastern College Athletic Conference in Centerville, Mass. As an undergraduate, Cole served internships with the Saint Michael’s sports information office and with the sports department of the Burlington Free Press. In addition, he also served as sports editor of The Defender, Saint Michael’s award-winning student newspaper. A four-year starter at second base for the Purple Knights’ varsity baseball team, Cole won the George “Doc” Jacobs Award, given annually to a student who makes an outstanding contribution to the athletic department at Saint Michael’s.

Mary Moreau is in her 17th year as the athletic department’s office coordinator. She is responsible for coordinating travel for every team and makes all necessary arrangements for home and away contests, including scheduling officials and transportation. Along with Stacey Peet, she helps manage the day-to-day operations of the athletic department.

Meggan Dulude ’07, a star softball student-athlete at Saint Michael’s, was named the College’s coordinator of athletic facilities and student workers on June 24, 2010. Dulude (formerly Meggan Roberge) is responsible for a multitude of tasks, including the coordination of all athletics facilities and field requests for the College’s Ross Sports Center, Tarrant Recreation Center, and the Doc Jacobs Sports Complex.

Stacey Peet is in her 17th year as administrative assistant to the athletic department. She has several duties, including managing the day-to-day operations of the department. She also acts as the athletic department’s business manager. Peet, a well-known face on campus, is often seen singing the national anthem at many of the men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, and men’s ice hockey home games.

Meggan Dulude ’07 Coordinator of Athletic Facilities & Student Workers

James Franklin Tickets Manager and Events Supervisor

Jon Milazzo, a native of Richmond, Vt., has been the Purple Knights’ equipment and events manager for the past 13 years. He is in charge of the purchasing and distribution of all apparel and equipment for the College’s 21 varsity programs. In addition, Milazzo is responsible for the game management of each home athletic event and the operation of the college’s concession stand for home basketball games. He also oversees a student work study staff of 15. Milazzo is a graduate of the University of Hartford. Before arriving at Saint Michael’s, he was an athletic equipment manager at the University of Vermont for 17 years.

Mary Moreau Office Coordinator

Stacey Peet Administrative Assistant

Tony Bonvechio ’10 Sports Information Intern

Tony Bonechio ’10, a standout baseball James Franklin was named the head player at Saint Michael’s, was named the coach of men’s soccer, tickets manager, College’s sports information intern for the and events supervisor at Saint Michael’s 2009-10 school year, it was announced on College in April of 2008. June 21. Bonvechio assists with all public Franklin has 13 years of collegiate and media relations facets for the College’s coaching experience, most recently as an 21 NCAA Division II intercollegiate varsiassistant coach for the University of ty sports programs. Vermont’s women’s program in 2006 and 2007. Prior to joining Bonvechio graduated from Saint Michael’s with a bachelor of UVM, Franklin was the men’s soccer head coach at Norwich from arts degree in journalism and mass communications, compiling a 2003-06. He played collegiate soccer at nearby Champlain College, cumulative 3.2 GPA. While at Saint Michael’s, Bonvechio was a twowhere he earned his bachelor’s degree. year member of the Purple Knights’ baseball team.

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Facilities

The Saint Michael’s basketball teams and women’s volleyball team play in the Ross Sports Center (left), which was renovated in the summer of 2001. The gym has a seating capacity of 2,500, is highly regarded as one of the best Division II facilities in the Northeast, and has been dubbed the “Taj Mahal” of the Northeast-10 Conference. The Saint Michael’s women’s basketball team sported a 6-5 record at the Ross in 2009-10, and has recorded a .500-or-better home record in five of the last six seasons. Under eighth-year head coach Jen Niebling, Saint Michael’s has gone 48-43 at the Ross, including 10-4 during the 2005-06 season.

The Doc Jacobs Complex (left) is home to Saint Michael’s outdoor sports teams including The Ross Sports Center pool is home to the Purple Knights’ field hockey, soccer, softball, baseball and lacrosse. The facility has an artificial turf field swimming and diving teams. The 25-yard, six-lane pool is also installed in the summer of 2005, a natural grass soccer field, and natural-grass softball and the home of Green Mountain Aquatics. baseball fields.

The Tarrant Recreation Center, named after the parents of former bas- The Fitness Center provides a wide variety of cardiovascular and weight-training ketball All-American Rich Tarrant ’65, offers students indoor basketball, equipment, including free weights, for all Saint Michael’s students, alumni, facultennis, racquetball and squash courts. It also has a 1/8 mile suspended ty members and staff. indoor track.

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2010-11 Sc hedule

Da te 11/7 11/17 11/23 11/28 12/1 12/4 12/7 12/18

Opponent Time McGill (e x.) 3 p .m. at UMass Lowell* 5:30 p.m. at Franklin Pierce* 5:30 p.m. at Stonehill* 1:30 p.m. Southern N.H.* 5:30 p.m. Chestnut Hill 1 p.m. Saint Anselm* 5:30 p.m. Florida Tech Christmas Tournament Palm Beach Atlantic at Florida Tech 2 p.m. SMC vs. West Florida 4 p.m. 12/19 Florida Tech Christmas Tournament SMC vs. FL Tech/Palm Beach Atl. 2/4 p.m. 1/2 Bentley* 1:30 p.m. 1/5 Saint Rose* 5:30 p.m. 1/8 at Le Moyne* 1 p.m. 1/11 Southern Connecticut* 5:30 p.m. 1/15 at Pace* 1:30 p.m. 1/19 at New Haven* 7:30 p.m. 1/22 Assumption* 1:30 p.m. 1/25 at American International* 5:30 p.m. 1/29 Adelphi* 1:30 p.m. 2/2 UMass Lowell* 5:30 p.m. 2/5 at Bentley* 1:30 p.m. 2/8 Franklin Pierce* 5:30 p.m. 2/10 Merrimack* 5:30 p.m. 2/12 Stonehill* 1:30 p.m. 2/16 at Southern N.H.* 5:30 p.m. 2/19 at Merrimack* 1 p.m. 2/23 at Saint Anselm* 5:30 p.m. 2/27 NE-10 First Round 2 p.m. 3/1 NE-10 Quarterfinals 7 p.m. 3/4 NE-10 Semifinals 7 p.m. 3/6 NE-10 Championship 1 p.m. Home games in bold * NE-10 contest All times Eastern Athletics Department Schedule subject to change One Winooski Park, Box 258 Colchester, Vermont 05439 802.654.2500 fax 802.654.2497 e-mail: scole2@smcvt.edu www.smcathletics.com


2010-11 Saint Michael's Women's Basketball Media Guide  

The 2010-11 Saint Michael's College Women's Basketball Media Guide

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