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TABLE OF CONTENTS

General Information Quick Facts/Table of Contents ................................................................ 1 About Stony Brook ...............................................................................2-3 About Long Island ................................................................................4-5 Goldstein Family Student-Athlete Development Center .......................... 6 Speed, Strength, and Conditioning ......................................................... 7 Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium .................................................................8-9 2009 Outlook .................................................................................... 10-11 2009 Seawolves Women’s Soccer Head Coach, Susan Ryan ................................................................12-13 Asst. Coach, Steve Welham .................................................................. 14 Asst. Coach, Yeung Chung ................................................................... 14 Asst. Coach, Tom Hayes ....................................................................... 14 2009 Seawolves Roster ........................................................................ 15 2009 Seawolves Roster Information ..................................................... 16 2009 Player Profiles ............................................................................17-26 About the America East ............................................................................ 27 2008 America East Season In Review ..................................................... 28 2008 Season In Review............................................................................ 29 2008 Statistics & Results ....................................................................... 30 Seawolves Record Book Team MVPs, MIPs ................................................................................. 31 All-Time Honors ..................................................................................... 31 Individual Records ................................................................................. 32 Team Records ..................................................................................32-34 Career/Single Season Records ........................................................35-36 Year-By-Year Results .......................................................................36-38 All-Time Roster ...................................................................................... 39 All-Time Versus Opponents ................................................................... 40 2009 Opponents ...............................................................................41-42 Directions/Alums of Note ....................................................................... 43 Stony Brook Athletics Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. ...................................................................... 44 Sports Medicine ..................................................................................... 45 Director of Athletics, Jim Fiore ..........................................................46-47 Coaching Staff Directory........................................................................ 48

2009 Stony Brook Schedule

Day Opponent Location Aug. 21 Iona Stony Brook, N.Y. Aug. 30 at Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. Sept. 4 at East Carolina Greenville, N.C. Sept. 6 at North Carolina St. Raleigh, N.C. Sept. 10 Quinnipiac Stony Brook, N.Y. Sept. 13 Providence Stony Brook, N.Y. Sept. 16 at Yale New Haven, Conn. Sept. 18 Sacred Heart Stony Brook, N.Y. Sept. 20 at Fairfield Fairfield, Conn. Sept. 27 New Hampshire* Stony Brook, N.Y. Oct. 1 at Hartford* W. Hartford, Conn. Oct. 4 at Binghamton* Vestal, N.Y. Oct. 8 UMBC* Stony Brook, N.Y. Oct. 11 at Vermont* Burlington, Vt. Oct. 15 Boston University* Stony Brook, N.Y. Oct. 18 Albany* Stony Brook, N.Y. Oct. 22 at Maine* Orono, Maine All home games played at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium Home games in BOLD * - denotes conference game

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m.

Credits: The 2009 Stony Brook women's soccer media guide was written and edited by Jeremy Cohen. Design and layout by Jeremy Cohen. Photos by Bob O'Rourk, Adam Hunger, Bob Emmerich, Sr., Rob Emmerich, Jr., NYC & Company - The Convention and Visitors Bureau and Eagle Eye photography. Special thanks to Phil Hess, Adam Gutes and Craig Schroeder.

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Head Coach: ..............................................................Sue Ryan Alma Mater: .......................................... (Cortland State, ‘83) Record at SBU: ....................................179-222-38 (24 yrs.) Career Record:.............................................................same Office Phone: ...................................................... 631-632-7216 Best Time to Reach Coach Ryan.................Contact SID Office Asst. Coach: ..........Steve Welham (Seton Hall, ‘99), 4th year Asst. Coach: ......... Yeung Chung (Stony Brook, ‘99) 4th year

TEAM INFORMATION

Total Home Away 2008 Record 11-8-0 7-2-0 4-6-0 2008 America East Record 6-2-0 4-0-0 2-2-0 America East Finish: ........................................................... 2nd Starters Returning/Lost: ....................................................... 8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ............................................ 19/6 Newcomers: ............................................................................ 7 Roster Breakdown (Sr./Jr./So./Fr.): ................................ 4/6/9/7

GENERAL INFORMATION

School: .................................................. Stony Brook University Location: ....................................................... Stony Brook, N.Y. Founded:........................................................................... 1957 Enrollment:..................................................................... 23,998 Nickname: ................................................................ Seawolves Colors: .......................................................Red, Blue and Grey Affiliation: .......................................................................NCAA I Conference: ......................................................... America East Field: ............................................. Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium Capacity ....................................................................... 8,136 President:.......................................... Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. Alma Mater: ...................................................... (Chicago ‘76) Athletics Director:........................................................Jim Fiore Alma Mater: .......................................................(Hofstra, ‘91) Sr. Assoc. AD/SWA: ........................................ Donna Woodruff Alma Mater: ..........................................................(Penn, ‘90) Athletics Phone: ................................................631-632-WOLF Ticket Office Phone: .........................................631-632-WOLF

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Director: ..................................................................... Phil Hess Office: ............................................................. 631-632-7289 Email: ...................................... philip.hess@stonybrook.edu Assistant/Women’s Soccer Contact: .................. Jeremy Cohen Office: ............................................................. 631-632-6328 Email: ..................................jeremy.cohen@stonybrook.edu Assistant: .............................................................. Adam Gutes Office: ............................................................. 631-632-7125 Assistant: ........................................................ Craig Schroeder Office: ............................................................. 631-632-7293 Office Fax: .......................................................... 631-632-8841 Website: .................................................www.goseawolves.org Mailing Address: ....................................................................... Stony Brook University Indoor Sports Complex Stony Brook, NY 11794-3500

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• Stony Brook StudentAthletes achieved an overall America East GPA of 3.01 in 2008-09, the third straight year it has been over 3.0.

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• 184 student-athletes were named to the America East Honor Roll in 2008-09.

• 67 Seawolves garnered Commissioner’s Honor Roll accolades for posting a GPA of 3.5 or above.

• Four Stony Brook student -athletes were honored as 2009 SUNY Chancellor ScholarAthletes.

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STADIUM QUICK FACTS GENERAL Architect Richard Dattner General Contractor Tyree Organization Broke Ground May 2000 Capacity 8,136 Chairback Seating 500 on east side Surface Field Turf (artificial surface with sand and rubber granules infill with subsurface drainage system) - New 89,298 sq. ft. surface installed in June 2009 Luxury Suites Four, plus two open-air reception areas

UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS ■ Stadium is 10-feet below ground ■ Home to: football, M&W lacrosse, M&W soccer ■ Entrances: four (Northeast, East Center, Southeast, Southwest) ■ 2 Paver Circles: Northeast & Southeast ■ Entrances (25 feet in diameter and each holds 4,250 pavers

LAVALLE HIGHLIGHTS Sept. 14, 2002 Chad King christens the new stadium by taking the opening kickoff and returning it 94 yards for a touchdown as Stony Brook went on to defeat St. John’s, 34-9, before a sellout crowd of 8,136 Oct. 19, 2002 Stony Brook officially names the facility in honor of N.Y. State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle, who was instrumental in bringing the stadium to Stony Brook. May 20, 2006 Stony Brook University hosts the NCAA Men’s Lacrosee North Quarterfinals before a sellout crowd of 8,335, the largest crowd in Stony Brook history. Oct. 20, 2007 Stony Brook wins its first game against a full-scholorship FCS team when it defeats Maine, 30-23, in overtime. The crowd of 7,328 is the second largest football attendance in Lavalle Stadium history.

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Coming off the best season in school history, Stony Brook women’s soccer head coach Sue Ryan and her team have high aspirations heading into 2009. The recordbreaking 2008 season saw the Seawolves continue to establish themselves as one of the top programs not only in the America East Conference but also the Northeast Region. Winners of six of their final eight games, Stony Brook’s 11 victories were its most since 1994 and its six America East wins set a program record. The Seawolves finished second in the conference during the regular season, their best finish ever, and also advanced to their first America East title game since 2002. Having graduated only four players from that squad, in addition to welcoming one of its best ever recruiting classes, Ryan and her staff believe the 2009 Seawolves have what it takes to make that final step to accomplish the ultimate goal of an America East championship and a trip to the NCAA Tournament. The Seniors Stony Brook’s senior class will be led by 2008 America East goalkeeper of the year and first team all-conference selection Marisa Viola (Cutchogue, N.Y.). On the verge of breaking almost all of the program’s goalkeeping records, Viola needs just three more shutouts to break Cindy Bennett’s ‘05 record of 23. Last season, Viola led the conference and ranked 21st in the nation in save percentage (.858) in addition to ranking sixth in the nation with 7.56 saves per game. Trying to prevent goal scorers from getting to Viola will be Alex Teti (Dowington, Pa.). After losing most of their defense from 2007, the Seawolves turned to Teti and she delivered, starting all 19 games while anchoring a Seawolves defense that posted six shutouts. Rounding out the Seawolves senior class are defenders Michelle Striefsky (Lansdale, Pa.) and Kelly Grant (Fairfax, Va.), who Ryan and her staff will look to for solid contributions from after each played an important role as reserves last season. The Juniors Leading the way for the junior class is Sarah Dwyer (Laurel, Md.), who has started every game in her two years with the Seawolves. The 2007 America East AllRookie selection will continue to be one of the pillars of the Seawolves backfield this season. Aiding Dwyer in a stopper role will be Debbie Aller (Stony Brook, N.Y.), who emerged as one of the Seawolves most consistent players last season. After playing just five games in 2007, Aller appeared in 15 games, including 10 starts, and was a vital part of the Stony Brook defense. Forwards Danielle Tenaglia (North Reading, Mass) and Jen Egan (Essex Fells, N.J.) will look to follow up on solid

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first two seasons with the Seawolves. Last year, Tenaglia appeared in 17 games after tying for a team-high in goals (three) as a freshman. A spark plug off the bench, Egan has appeared in 33 games in her first two seasons including 18 last year. The coaching staff feels confident that both Egan and Tenaglia will continue to excel up front this season. Morgan Sims (Ambler, Pa.) is expected to compete for a starting position up front this season after appearing in 10 games last season before being sidelined due to injury. Elizabeth Valencia (Huntington Station, N.Y.) will attempt to make a comeback this season after missing 2008 with an ACL injury. The Sophomores Returning after a spectacular freshman campaign, 2008 America East Freshman of the Year and first team all-conference selection Colleen McKenna (Manorville, N.Y.) will be counted on to lead the Seawolves offensive attack. McKenna led the conference in goals (nine) and points (21) and became the first Stony Brook player to be named to Soccer Buzz’s Northeast Region All-Freshman team. An America East All-Rookie selection, Alexis Lindo (York, Pa.) started 18 games at left back a season ago. One of the Seawolves most consistent players, Ryan and her staff expect Lindo to continue to be a mainstay in the Seawolves backfield. Also emerging for the Seawolves last season was Holly Razzaghi (Bloomsburg, Pa.). Razzaghi started all but one game in the SBU midfield, compiling a goal and three assists. She should help fill the void left by two-time first team America East selection Brooke Barbuto. Dominique Adamo (Ramsey, N.J.) will also help fill the big shoes of Barbuto in the middle. Adamo started 18 games in her first season with the Seawolves and capped her terrific year with a goal in the America East title game against Boston University. After playing important minutes in 18 games off the bench last season, midfielder Rachel Silverman (Rye Brook, N.Y.) will compete for a starting position according to Ryan. Also expected to compete for important minutes after seeing extended time last year are defender Dana Adamkiewicz (Port Jefferson Station, N.Y.) and forward Gabriella Petralia (West Hempstead, N.Y.). Adamkiewicz started nine games last season while Petralia appeared in 11 games, making three starts. Morgan Johanson (Pittsford, N.Y.) will start the season as Viola’s backup in net after having a terrific spring season. Daniela Giuliani (West Lafayette, Ind.) did not see any action last season, but the coaching staff believes she could provide some needed offense off the bench in 2009.

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The Freshmen Entering as one the most highly touted recruiting classes in program history, Ryan and her coaching staff expect immediate contributions from this year’s group of freshmen. Sa’sha Kershaw arrives at Stony Brook from Baltimore, Md. where she was a two-time all-state, all-county, allmetro and all-conference selection as a central midfielder at Loch Raven High School. A two-time captain and team MVP as well as a threetime all-academic honoree, Kershaw is a gifted athlete who is an extremely versatile player according to Ryan. Kershaw registered 15 goals and 12 assists as a senior after tallying 12 goals and 10 assists as a junior. A 2009 Pennsylvania Gatorade Player of the Year Finalist and Allentown Morning Call Player of the Year as well as a two-time all-state selection, Meghan Gilley comes to the Seawolves from Emmaus High School in Macungie, Pa. Gilley tallied 35 goals and 13 assists as a senior as she was named an ESPNRise.com honorable mention All-American. Ryan believes she gives the Seawolves legitimate size, strength and speed. Alana Fitzpatrick arrives at Stony Brook from Cheshire, Conn., where she played four years of varsity soccer at Holy Cross High School. A 5-10 center back, Fitzpatrick has great size and strength according to Ryan. She was a two-time all-conference selection at Holy Cross and tallied eight goals and 17 assists as a senior. A 5-8 goalkeeper from Wyoming, Del., Holly Thompson comes to Stony Brook from Caesar Rodney High School. Ryan believes that Thompson has a great frame for a goalkeeper and that she has the potential to be a top level keeper. A two-time first team all-state selection, Thompson set the state record for shutouts (15) as a sophomore. She did not allow a goal during conference play as a senior and allowed just two scores during conference play over her final three years at Caesar. Jamie Warner arrives at Stony Brook from New Castle, Del. where she was a four-time first team All-Catholic and all-state selection at Saint Elizabeth High School. A versatile player who brings a lot of grit and determination to the field, Warner scored 54 goals and tallied 24 assists in her career. Taryn Schoenbeck comes to the Seawolves from Newark, Del. where she was ranked the No. 2 player in the state as a senior at Padua Academy in addition to being named a ESPNRise.com honorable mention All-American. A first team all-conference and all-state selection as well, Schoenbeck led Padua to three state titles in her four years there and Ryan said that her ability to play in the middle or out wide as a midfielder will add versatility to the Seawolves offense. A 5-7 goalkeeper from Mahopac, N.Y., Kristen Reiche

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was a two-time all-league and all-section honoree at Lakeland High School. Named a captain for Lakeland as a senior, she posted a 1.20 goals against average and was named the 2008 League MVP and Section I Player of the Year. A fearless goalkeeper with tons of potential, Reiche led her club team, Quickstrike FC, to the New York State Finals in 2007, 2008 and 2009. The Schedule Games against three 2008 NCAA Tournament participants as well as eight home contests at LaValle Stadium highlight the 2009 Stony Brook University women’s soccer schedule. Coming off the best season in school history, the Seawolves will play five opponents ranked in last season’s RPI Top 100 including three in the Top 50. Stony Brook will have two preaseason scrimmages, at LaValle Stadium against Army on Aug. 12 and at St. John’s on Aug. 17, before opening the 2009 season on Friday, Aug. 21, when it hosts the Iona Gaels. The Seawolves will then play three straight road games, beginning with a contest against Big East foe Rutgers on Aug. 30. The Scarlet Knights advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet Sixteen a season ago. Following the game against Rutgers, SBU will travel to North Carolina to take on 2008 Conference USA regular season co-champion and tournament finalist East Carolina (Sept. 4) and ACC opponent North Carolina State (Sept. 6). The Seawolves then return home to face off against Quinnipiac (Sep. 10) before welcoming the Providence College Friars to LaValle Stadium on Sept. 13. SBU will then travel to New Haven, Conn. to take on Yale on Sept. 16 before wrapping up its non-conference schedule with a home game against Sacred Heart (Sept. 18) and a road contest against 2008 NCAA tournament participant Fairfield (Sept. 20). Stony Brook opens conference play on Sept. 27, hosting the New Hampshire Wildcats on Family Day at LaValle Stadium. The Seawolves play three of their next four away from home, with the road games coming against Hartford (Oct. 1), Binghamton (Oct. 4) and Vermont (10/11). The lone home contest in that stretch will be against UMBC on Oct. 8. Defending conference champion Boston University will visit LaValle Stadium on Oct. 15 before the Seawolves wrap up their home schedule on Oct. 18 against Albany. Stony Brook will play its final regular season game on Oct. 22 at Maine.

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Head Coach Sue Ryan 25th Season at Stony Brook Cortland State ‘83 • SBU ‘88 Coming off her team’s best season in school history, Sue Ryan will begin her 25th season as Stony Brook’s head women’s soccer coach in 2009. The record-breaking 2008 season saw the Seawolves continue to establish themselves as one of the top programs not only in the America East Conference but also the Northeast Region. Winners of six of their final eight games, Stony Brook’s 11 victories were its most since 1994 and its six conference wins set a program record. The Seawolves also made their first appearance in the America East title game since 2002. The Seawolves success on the field was recognized by its peers as Stony Brook received a slew of postseason awards. SBU set a program record with three All-America East first team selections in addition to having the America East Goalkeeper and Freshman of the Year. Ryan’s squad also set a program record with three NSCAA/ adidas All-Northeast Region Team selections, and had a freshman, Colleen McKenna, named to the Soccer Buzz AllFreshman team for the first time in school history. Ryan also continued to be a presence on the national scene as she assisted at the U-20 training combine in Chula Vista, Calif. The combine gave the coaches a chance to evaluate a large number of players as the team begins their run to what will hopefully culminate in the 2010 U-20 Women’s World Cup in Germany. The U-20 team recently won the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Chile. In 2007, Ryan led SBU to an 8-5-5 record as the Seawolves hosted their first ever America East tournament game, a 2-1 victory over Maine. Stony Brook also put together a shutout streak of 863:33 that ended as the seventh longest streak in NCAA women’s Division I history. Ryan also nurtured some of the top talent in the America East conference as Brooke Barbuto and Jackie Timmes were named to All-America East first team and Sarah Dwyer was selected to the conference’s All-Rookie team. Barbuto was also picked to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Northeast Region first team in addition to being picked to the Soccer Buzz magazine Northeast Region third team. In addition, goalkeeper Marisa Viola earned a spot on the NSCAA All-Northeast Region second team after posting a school record 10 shutouts.

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In 2006, Ryan paced the Seawolves to their first winning season since 1998. Led by NSCAA All-Region selection Brooke Barbuto, the Seawolves finished one game from making the America East Tournament. Barbuto joins a long list of all-conference performers, including former standout goalkeeper Cindy Bennett ‘06 who was named the 2004 America East Goalkeeper of the Year following a season in which she compiled a 0.80 goals against average and eight shutouts. It wasn’t the first time that Bennett was recognized for her outstanding play. In the winter of 2004, she earned a tryout with the U.S. U-21 National Team. Ryan’s teams continue to perform in the classroom as well. In 2008, the Seawolves were named a NSCAA/Adidas All-America team for for the fourth straight season in addition to having 13 team members earned America East Academic Honor Roll accolades. Appointed head women’s soccer coach in 1985, Ryan has guided the Seawolves for the past 24 seasons. She inherited a team that finished with a 1-13-1 record in 1984 and in her first year at the helm, improved Stony Brook to 6-7. From 1986-88, Stony Brook recorded double-digit win totals and made three postseason appearances. In 1986, Stony Brook finished 12-6-1 and earned its first ever Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) playoff bid after placing fourth in the New York State Women’s Collegiate Athletic Association cchampionships. Ryan is one of a select fe few female coaches in the natition to have earned the United S States Soccer Federation’s (U (USSF) “A” license. She also h holds National and Advanced N National licenses from the Natitional Soccer Coaches Associatition of America (NSCAA). Ryan has served as h head coach for the Long Island JJunior Soccer League Girl’s Sele lect program and has served as h head coach of the Eastern New Y York Youth Soccer Association’s O Olympic Development Program (O (ODP) for girls. Recently, she has been p promoted to head coach of the R Region I girls Olympic Developm ment Program and is the U-17 U U.S. Women’s National Team A Assistant Coach. Ryan received her maste ter’s degree from Stony Brook in 1988 after earning a bachelor’s degree from SUNY Cortland. Ryan played four years of soccer at Cortland and was a member of the Red Dragons’ team that captured the United States Women’s National Championship in 1980. In 1982, Ryan served as team captain in the Red Dragons’ first season at the Division I level, and led the team to an NCAA tournament appearance.

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RYAN’S CAREER RECORD Overall Conference Post Season Result Year W L T Pct 1985 6 7 0 .462 1986 12 6 1 .658 NYSWCAA Playoffs (4th) 1987 11 6 1 .639 NYSWCAA Champions 1988 14 5 0 .737 NYSWCAA Finals 1989 6 12 0 .333 1990 2 13 2 .176 1991 4 13 3 .275 1992 4 12 4 .300 1993 5 11 1 .324 1994 12 6 0 .667 1995 5 11 2 .316 1996 5 10 2 .353 1997 7 11 1 .395 1998 11 5 2 .666 ECAC Semifinals 1999 8 11 0 .421 2000 8 10 1 447 2001 6 11 2 .364 4 6 1 .409 2002 7 11 3 .405 4 2 2 .625 America East Finals 2003 7 11 1 .395 3 6 0 .500 2004 7 8 4 .474 4 4 1 .500 2005 5 12 1 .306 2 6 0 .250 2006 8 7 2 .529 3 4 1 .437 2007 8 5 5 .615 5 2 2 .714 America East Semifinals 2008 11 8 0 .579 6 2 0 .750 America East Finals 24 yrs. 179 222 38 .446 31 32 7 .491

RYAN’S MILESTONE VICTORIES 1 ............................ Sept. 17, 1985; Stony Brook 5, Southampton 1 25 ......................................... Oct., 20, 1987; Stony Brook 8, Iona 0 50 ..................................... Sept. 28, 1990; Stony Brook 1, UMBC 0 75 ...................................... Oct. 15, 1994: Stony Brook 4, Buffalo 0 100 ............................. Sept. 26, 1998; Stony Brook 1, St. Peter’s 0 125 ...................................... Nov. 3, 2001; Stony Brook 3, Albany 2 150 ....................Sept. 18, 2005; Stony Brook 2, St. Francis (Pa.) 0 175 ......................Oct. 12, 2008; Stony Brook 2, St. Francis (Pa.) 1 Coaching Accolades 1994 ................. Stony Brook Women’s Athletics Coach of the Year 1998 ................. Stony Brook Women’s Athletics Coach of the Year National Youth Soccer Awards 1999 .................................National Champions - Northport Piranha 1998 ...............................NSCAA National Youth Coach of the Year 1998 ...............................USYSA National Youth Coach of the Year 1997 .................................National Champions - Northport Piranha Player Accolades 24 ........................................................All-America East Selections 10 ......................................NSCAA All-Northeast Region selections 1 ....................................................................... NSCAA All-America 5 ................................Soccer Buzz All-Northeast Region selections 2 ................................................... America East Rookie of the Year 1 ..................................................... Independent Player of the Year 2.............................................America East Goalkeeper of the Year

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Assistant Coach Steve Welham

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Steve Welham joined the women’s soccer program as the assistant coach at Stony Brook University in July 2006 and has helped Stony Brook to three consecutive winning seasons since then including its first winning season in eight years (2006). Welham’s primary duties include working with the goalkeepers and the back line. Welham is also the recruiting coordinator and is heavily involved with the day to day operations of the program. Under the tutelage of Welham, goalkeeper Marisa Viola has garnered both national and conference accolades. Viola was named the America East Goalkeeper of the Year in 2008 as the Seawolves advanced to the America East title game for since 2002. In 2007, Viola set a school record with 10 shutouts and posted the seventh longest shutout streak in NCAA Division I history. Viola was also named to the America East All-Rookie Team in 2006 in addition to being selected the America East Rookie of the Week two times. In 2008, Welham also helped bring in the #2 ranked recruiting class in the America East Conference according to Soccerbuzz.com, an on-line soccer publication which also ranked the Seawolves class 13th out of 42 teams in the Northeast region. Welham joined the Seawolves after a successful two-year stint with the Terriers. As the goalkeepers coach, he helped guide the Terriers to the America East regular season and tournament titles in 2004 while reaching the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Welham holds the rare honor of having coached in the America East finals on both the men’s and women’s sides (2004 Boston University - men’s champion & 2008 Stony Brook University - women’s finalists). In 2004, BU goalkeeper Chad Comroe was named to the America East All-Championship Team as well as the Indiana University Soccer Classic Defensive MVP, finishing 2nd in the conference in shutouts per game while picking up seven during the season. Before his stay in Boston, Welham directed the goalkeepers at the United States Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point. Welham was also responsible for recruiting, scouting, and overseeing the weight program for a squad that was Skyline Conference finalists in 2003 and ranked as high as #6 nationally. A magna cum laude graduate of Seton Hall University, Welham was honored as the 1999 Seton Hall University Male Scholar Athlete of the Year. He was also a three-time pick to the Big East Academic All-Star Team and was a seven time Dean’s List student. Welham was also an ECAC Student-Athlete award winner and was a recipient of the Seton Hall University Merit Scholarship. Welham received his master’s degree from Boston University in 2003 in counseling with a specialization in sports psychology. Welham worked closely with the BU men’s team during the 2002-2003 season helping to devise a strategy to build a winning mentality. After Seton Hall, Welham played professionally in goal for the South Jersey Barons of the USL for two seasons. He also trained with several other professional teams in the both the A-League and MISL, respectively. Welham is also currently involved in Olympic Development Program. He is on the Region I Goalkeeping Staff and is also the head coach of the girls ENY-South ODP U-17 team. He was also a member of the U.S. Youth National Scouting Staff for Goalkeepers. Welham currently holds the NSCAA Advanced National Diploma along with the NSCAA National Goalkeeping Diploma (Level III). Welham, a member of the NSCAA Coaching Association, is also a noted author who has published three articles pertaining to sports psychology and soccer in the NSCAA Soccer Journal. Welham’s most memorable soccer experience was training with Gordan Banks, the goalkeeper on England’s World Cup winning team in 1966.

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Yeung Chung was named assistant women’s soccer coach at Stony Brook University in January of 2006. Chung returns to his alma mater in his second stint as a Seawolves assistant coach. Chung is no stranger to Stony Brook as he has been very involved in not only the university but in the community as well. From 1999-2001, he was an assistant coach for the Stony Brook men’s soccer team. Under his direction, the squad was ranked as high as 23rd in Division I. In the community, he currently coaches and trains for the the Stony Brook Soccer Club. He is a staff member for Olympic Development (Region I), an Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association Olympic Development Program Coach, as well as a Vogelsinger Soccer Academy and Northport Cow Harbor Soccer Club trainer. Chung is certified with a NSCAA National License and is also the assistant director of Stony Brook Soccer Camps. From 2001-2003, Chung guided the Riverhead High School men’s varsity team as well as the programs at the junior high and junior varsity level. Recognized as a Distinguished Educator by “Who’s Who of America’s Teachers” in 2004, Chung is currently pursuing a master’s degree in elementary education from Dowling College. A 1999 graduate of Stony Brook, he received his undergraduate degree in Social Science Interdisciplinary while playing on the men’s soccer team from 1994-98.

Assistant Coach Tom Hayes 2nd Season at Stony Brook Tom m Hayes will begin his second season as a volunteer assistant coach with the women’s soccer program in 2009. Entering his 29th year of coaching overall, Hayes has previously served as head women’s soccer coach at Washington & Jefferson College as well as the assistant head coach with the women’s team at Slippery Rock University. Hayes has been involved with the Olympic Development program for 27 years which includes 25 years as the Region I head coach. He also holds an USSF coaching license.

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Holly Thompson

Fr.

GK

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Wyoming, Del. (Caesar Rodney)

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Morgan Johanson

So.

GK

5-8

Pittsford, N.Y. (Sutherland)

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Marisa Viola

Sr.

GK

5-6

Cutchogue, N.Y. (Mattituck)

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Sa’sha Kershaw

Fr.

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Baltimore, Md. (Loch Raven)

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Morgan Sims

Jr.

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Ambler, Pa. (Upper Dublin)

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Taryn Schoenbeck

Fr.

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5-3

Newark, Del. (Padua Academy)

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Dana Adamkiewicz

So.

D

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Port Jefferson Station, N.Y. (Comsewogue)

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Jen Egan

Jr.

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5-1

Essex Fells, N.J. (West Essex)

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Meghan Gilley

Fr.

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5-7

Macungie, Pa. (Emmaus)

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Daniela Giuliani

r-Fr.

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5-5

West Lafayette, Ind. (William Henry Harrison)

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Alana Fitzpatrick

Fr.

D

5-10

Cheshire, Conn. (Holy Cross)

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Alex Teti

Sr.

D

5-6

Dowington, Pa. (Dowington)

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Colleen McKenna

So.

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5-6

Manorville, N.Y. (Eastport South Manor)

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Jamie Warner

Fr.

D/F

5-9

New Castle, Del. (Saint Elizabeth)

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Elizabeth Valencia

Jr.

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5-3

Huntington, N.Y. (Saint Anthony’s)

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Alexis Lindo

So.

D

5-2

York, Pa. (Dallastown Area)

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Kelly Grant

Sr.

D

5-6

Fairfax, Va. (Paul VI Catholic)

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Rachel Silverman

So.

M

5-5

Rye Brook, N.Y. (Blind Brook)

18

Gabriella Petralia

So.

F

5-4

West Hempstead, N.Y. (West Hempstead)

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Dominique Adamo

So.

M

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Ramsey, N.J. (Ramsey)

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Michelle Striefsky

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5-5

Lansdale, Pa. (North Penn)

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Kristen Reiche

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GK

5-7

Mahopac, N.Y. (Lakeland)

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Sarah Dwyer

Jr.

D

5-3

Laurel, Md. (Reservoir)

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Holly Razzaghi

So.

M

5-2

Bloomsburg, Pa. (Central Columbia)

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Debbie Aller

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5-8

Stony Brook, N.Y. (Ward Melville)

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Danielle Tenaglia

Jr.

F

5-5

North Reading, Mass. (North Reading)

2009 COACHING STAFF Head Coach Susan Ryan (Cortland State ‘83, Stony Brook ‘88), 25th season Asst. Coaches Steve Welham (Seton Hall ‘99, Boston University ‘03), fourth season Yeung Chung (Stony Brook ‘99), fourth season Tom Hayes, second season

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Pennsylvania (6) Meghan Gilley Alexis Lindo Holly Razzaghi Morgan Sims Michelle Striefsky Alex Teti

Indiana (1) Daniela Giuliani

New York (9) Dana Adamkiewicz Debbie Aller Morgan Johanson Colleen McKenna Gabriella Petralia Kristen Reiche Rachel Silverman Elizabeth Valencia Marisa Viola Massachusetts (1) Danielle Tenaglia Connecticut (1) Alana Fitzpatrick New Jersey (2) Dominique Adamo Jen Egan

Delaware (3) Taryn Schoenbeck Maryland (2) Holly Thompson Sarah Dwyer Sa’sha Kershaw Jamie Warner

Virginia (1) Kelly Grant

Seawolves By State Seawolves By Academic Class Seniors

(L to R): Michelle Striefsky, Marisa Viola, Kelly Grant, Alex Teti

Freshmen

(L to R): Taryn Schoenbeck, Jamie Warner, Kristen Reiche, Alana Fitzpatrick, Holly Thompson, Megan Gilley, Sa’sha Kershaw.

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Juniors

(L to R): Jen Egan, Elizabeth Valencia, Holly Razzaghi, Debbie Aller, Morgan Johanson, Dana Adamkiewicz, Morgan Sims, Danielle Tengaglia, Gabriella Petralia, Sarah Dwyer.

Sophomores

(L to R): Daniela Giuliani, Rachel Silverman, Dominique Adamo, Alexis Lindo, Colleen McKenna

Stony Brook University

1 • Marisa Viola Senior • 5-6 • Goalkeeper Cutchogue, N.Y. • Mattituck 2008: Started 15 games in net for the Seawolves ... named America East Goalkeeper of the Year ... an All-America East first team selection ... earned on a spot on NSCAA All-Northeast Region second team ... led the conference and ranked 21st in the nation in save percentage (.858) ... ranked sixth in the nation with 7.56 saves per game ... first in the America East with 121 saves ... recorded five shutouts ... made seven stops in 1-0 win over Manhattan (9/4) ... made 12 saves at Hofstra (9/18) ... stopped season-high 14 shots, including two penalty kicks, at Boston University (10/19) ... made five saves in 2-0 victory over Binghamton in America East tournament semifinals (11/2) ... stopped 11 shots in America East championship game at Boston University (11/8). 2007: Started all of the Seawolves 18 games in goal ... named to NSCAA All-Northeast Region second team ... named to America East All-Championship team ... set a school record with 10 shutouts ... posted a shutout streak of 863:33 that spanned 10 games, including eight straight shutouts ... ended as the seventh longest streak in NCAA women’s Division I history ... ended the season with a save percentage of .878, ninth best in the nation ... allowed fewest goals (14) in a season in program history (min. 1,000 minutes) ... compiled lowest GAA (.72) in school history ... made season-high 11 saves in tie with Manhattan ... stopped 10 shots in America East semifinals vs. New Hampshire. 2006: Played in all 17 games in goal for the Seawolves ... named to the America East All-Rookie Team ... recorded six shutouts ... registered 121 saves with a .883 save percentage, which ranked ninth best in the country ... allowed just 16 goals for a 0.88 GAA ... her 7.12 saves per game ranked 19th in the country ... made a career-best 15 saves against Providence (9/10). High School: Four-year starter as the goalkeeper at Mattituck High School ... led squad to 2005 league and state championship ... recorded 17 shutouts in 2005 ... an all-county, all-Long Island , and an all-state selection ... named NYS Class B Player of the Year ... MVP Goalkeeper of the State Final ... selected as Goalkeeper of the Year. Personal: Marisa Christine Viola ... born April 30, 1988 ... daughter of Christine and Edward Viola ... sister of Jordan and Evan. Viola Fun Facts: Favorite Food: Ravioli. Favorite Quote: Live with intention. Most Prized Posession: my photos. One word that describes me: spunky.

11 • Alex Teti Senior • 5-6 • Defense Dowington, Pa. • Dowington 2008: Started all 19 games ... led Stony Brook defense that posted six shutouts. 2007: Played 17 games, making 13 starts. 2006: Appeared in 13 games, starting in one contest ... tallied her first collegiate goal in the Seawolves 7-0 win over Wagner (9/3). High School: Four-year letterwinner at Dowington High School ... two-year captain ... 2005 Chesmont League MVP ... named to All-Southeastern Pennsylvania All Star Team, all-area first team, All Ches-mont first team ... netted 15 goals to go along with 29 assists in her career ... a two-time Ches-mont second team selection and coaches MVP pick. Personal: Alexandra N. Teti ... born January 28, 1988 ... daughter of Leah and John Teti ... sister of Kellen. Teti Fun Facts: Favorite Vacation Spot: Mexico. Favorite Book: The Pact. Favorite Sports Figure: David Beckham.

Career Statistics

Career Statistics Year 2008 2007 2006 Totals

GP/GS Min 16/15 1386:47 18/18 1739:47 17/17 1639:05 51/50 4765:31

GA GAA Saves Sho W-L-T 20 1.30 121 5 9-7-0 14 .72 101 10 8-5-5 16 .88 122 6 8-6-2 50 .98 344 21 25-18-7

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GP/GS G 19/19 0 17/13 0 13/0 1 49/32 1

A Pts Sh GWG 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 5 0 0 3 9 0

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16 • Kelly Grant

21 • Michelle Striefsky

Senior • 5-6 • Defense Fairfax, Va. • Paul VI Catholic HS

Senior • 5-5 • Defense Lansdale, Pa. • North Penn

2008: Appeared in three games games, making one start. 2007: Played in six games, making four starts in the Stony Brook backfield. 2006: Appeared in 15 games, starting in 10 on defense for the Seawolves ... notched her first collegiate goal in the 7-0 win over Wagner (9/3). High School: Four-year letterwinner at Paul VI Catholic under coach Meg Ashley ... captained squad as a senior ... an all-league, and Washington Catholic conference three-time pick ... played club soccer for United Club ... also played basketball. Personal: Kelly Lee Grant ... born May 25, 1987 ... daughter of Sheila and Peter Grant ... sister of Bridget and Meaghan. Grant Fun Facts: Favorite Book: Lone Survivor. Favorite Sports Team: Washington Redskins. Most Prized Posession: My soccer ball signed by Mia Hamm. Favorite Actress: Kate Bosworth.

2008: Appeared in two games games. 2007: Appeared in one game. 2006: Played in five games during her freshman campaign ... named the team’s most improved player. High School: A two-time captain at North Penn High School in Lansdale, Pa. ... a twotime All-Suburban One team selection ... threetime Keystone State All-Star in basketball ... picked up the Honor Roll Recognition Scholar Award ... named the team defensive MVP ... played club soccer for YMS Spirit. Personal: Michelle Striefsky ... born April 7, 1988 ... daughter of Barbara and Ed Striefsky ... sister of Jonathan. Striefsky Fun Facts: Favorite Book: The Pact. Favorite Sports Figures: J.J. Redick and Michelle Kwan. Favorite Vacation Spot: Mexico.

Career Statistics Year 2008 2007 2006 Totals

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GP/GS G 3/1 0 6/4 0 15/10 1 24/15 1

A Pts Sh GWG 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 2 1

Career Statistics Year 2008 2007 2006 Totals

GP/GS G 2/0 0 1/0 0 5/0 0 8/0 0

A Pts Sh GWG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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26 • Debbie Aller

24 • Sarah Dwyer

Junior • 5-8 • Defense Stony Brook, N.Y. • Ward Melville

Junior • 5-3 • Defense Laurel, Md. • Reservoir

2008: Played in 15 games games, making 10 starts ... earned Coaches Award at Seawolves postseason banquet. 2007: Appeared in five games. High School: Two-year letterwinner at Ward Melville under head coach John Diehl ... also ran cross country, played softball and basketball ... played club soccer for Stony Brook Stars ... a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Deborah Marie Aller ... born July 4, 1989 ... daughter of Josie and Robert Aller. Aller Fun Facts: Favorite Vacation Spot: Australia. Favorite Movie: Gladiator Favorite Quote: “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”.

2008: Started all 19 games ... part of Stony Brook defense that posted six shutouts ... recorded an assist in 2-1 win over Bryant (9/16). 2007: Named to America East All-Rookie team ... started all 18 games she appeared in. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Reservoir High ... played outside back for the Maryland State Team for four years ... played club ball for the Bethesda Rapids and was a Region I Finalist in 2006. Personal: Sarah Dwyer ... born September 9, 1989 ... daughter of Aurion and Bill Dwyer ... sister of Kyle, Kortney, and Matthew. Dwyer Fun Facts: Favorite sports figure: David Beckham. Favorite Sports Team: Boston Red Sox. My craziest ambition: To live in another country. Favorite Actress: Reese Witherspoon.

Career Statistics Year 2008 2007 Totals

GP/GS G 15/10 0 5/0 0 20/10 0

A Pts Sh GWG 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

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GP/GS G 19/19 0 18/18 0 37/37 0

A Pts Sh GWG 1 1 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 6 0

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7 • Jen Egan Junior • 5-1 • Forward Essex Fells, N.J. • West Essex 2008: Appeared in 18 games, making two starts. 2007: Appeared in 15 games, starting seven ... scored game-winning goal in 2-1 victory over Maine in America East quarterfinals. High School: Four-year letter winner at West Essex High under coach Mary Ann Goodwin ... netted 67 goals and added 49 assists in her career ... first team all state and first team all conference and all county selection ... also played lacrosse. Personal: Jennifer Lynn Egan ... born July 26, 1988 ... daughter of Michele and James Egan ... sister of Julie and Kelly.

3 • Morgan Sims Junior • 5-6 • Midfielder Ambler, Pa. • Upper Dublin 2008: Appeared in 10 games off the bench. 2007: Appeared in 17 games, starting three ... scored game-winning goal in 2-1 victory over Fordham. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Upper Dublin under coach John Topper ... a member of the U-17 EPYSA ODP National Championship squad in 2007. Personal: Morgan Sims ... born June 9, 1989 ... daughter of Susan and Keith Sims. Sims Fun Facts: Favorite Movie: Forrest Gump. One Word That Describes Me: Optimistic. Favorite Band: Dave Matthews. Greatest Inspiration: My Parents.

Career Statistics

Career Statistics Year 2008 2007 Totals

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GP/GS G 18/2 0 15/7 1 33/9 1

A Pts Sh GWG 0 0 6 0 0 2 8 1 0 2 14 1

Year 2008 2007 Totals

GP/GS G 10/0 0 17/3 1 27/3 1

A Pts Sh GWG 0 0 5 0 0 2 8 1 0 2 13 1

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28 • Danielle Tenaglia

14 • Elizabeth Valencia

Junior • 5-5• Forward North Reading, Mass. • North Reading

Junior • 5-3 • Midfield Huntington, N.Y. • St. anthony’s

2008: Appeared in 17 games games, making one start ... scored in 3-2 win over Binghamton (10/23). 2007: Appeared in all 18 games, making 13 starts ... tied for team-best with three goals ... second on team with seven points ... scored first career goal in season-opening 1-0 victory over Siena ... scored goal in 2-1 victory over Fordham ... tallied first career assist in 2-0 win over Iona ... scored goal in 3-0 victory over UMBC. High School: Four-year letterwinner at North Reading High under coach Sean Killeen ... holds the school record for most points in a season ... named one of Greater Boston’s Top Soccer Players ... a four-time ODP Region I Player and five-year captain of her club team, the Spirit of MA ... and all-league, all-region, and all-state selection ... also played hockey, basketball, and lacrosse ... member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Danielle Marie Tenaglia ... born May 26, 1989 ... daughter of Joanne and Ralph Tenaglia ... sister of Ralph. Tenaglia Fun Facts: Favorite Music Group: The Fray. Favorite Sports Team: New England Patriots. Favorite Actor: Matt Damon. Favorite Vacation Spot: Bermuda.

2008: Did not play due to injury injury. 2007: Appeared in three games. High School: Two-year letterwinner at Saint Anthony’s under coach Dave Prutting ... led her squad to a league and state championship in 2005 ... played her club ball for Alberston Fury and Mattituck Strikers ... also ran track. Personal: Elizabeth Shairene Valencia . . . born February 13, 1989 ... daughter of Anna and Carlos Valencia ... sister of Michael and Antonio. Valencia Fun Facts: Favorite Sports Team: Manchester United. Favorite Vacation Spot: Miami. Favorite Sports Figure: Ronaldinho.

Career Statistics Year 2008 2007 Totals

GP/GS G 17/1 1 18/13 3 35/14 4

A Pts Sh GWG 0 2 10 1 1 7 10 1 1 9 20 2

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GP/GS G A Pts Sh GWG Did not play due to injury. 3/0 0 0 0 0 0 3/0 0 0 0 0 0

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5 • Dana Adamkiewicz 19 • Dominique Adamo Sophomore• 5-6 • Defense Port Jefferson, N.Y. • Comsewogue

Sophomore • 5-1 • Midfield Ramsey, N.J. • Ramsey

2008: Started all nine games she appeared in. 2007: Redshirted. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Comsewogue High under coach Fitzgerald ... senior captain and defender for the Warriors, she was a two-time all-league selection ... member of the Mattituck Strikers club team, the No. 2 ranked team in Eastern New York ... excelled off the field as a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Dana Nicole Adamkiewicz ... born May 31, 1989 . . . daughter of Maria Dosso and Lawrence Adamkiewicz ... sister of Lauren.

2008: Started all 18 games she appeared in ... scored first goal of collegiate career in America East Championship game against Boston University (11/8). High School: Two-time all-state selection and four-time all-league selection in four seasons at Ramsey High ... attended national team training camp in 2006 .... seven-time member of the New Jersey State ODP team and Region I team .... traveled with her Region I team to Brazil last spring ... played club soccer for World Class Arsenal Premier who finished as the 2007 NJ State Cup Champions, 2007 Region I Champions & finished in 3rd place for the 2007 US National Youth Soccer Competition. Personal: Dominique Adamo ... born April 22, 1990 ... daughter of Dominick Adamo and Dianne Maier-Adamo ... Adamo Fun Facts: Favorite sports figure: Cristiano Ronaldo. Favorite Musician: Bob Dylan and Bob Marley. Favorite movie: American History X. Favorite Hobby: Art.

Career Statistics

Career Statistics

Year GP/GS G 2008 9/9 0 Totals 9/9 0

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A Pts Sh GWG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Year GP/GS G 2008 18/18 1 Totals 18/18 1

A Pts Sh GWG 0 2 15 0 0 2 15 0

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25 • Holly Razzaghi Sophomore • 5-2 • Midfield Bloomsburg, Pa. • Central Columbia 2008: Started 18 of the 19 games she appeared in ... finished the season with a goal and three assists ... tallied game-winning goal in 2-1 win at UMBC (2/12) ... recorded two assists in 3-2 victory over Albany (10/16) ... assisted on Dominique Adamo’s goal in America East Championship game (11/8). 2007: Redshirted. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Central Columbia under coach Rachel Verstraeten ... played club soccer for PSC Coppa ... also ran track. Personal: Holly Razzaghi ... born September 27, 1988 ... daughter of Mehran and Mehdi Razzaghi ... sister of Ali and Hanieh. Razzaghi Fun Facts: Favorite Song: Two Step. Favorite Sports Team: Chelsea. Craziest Ambition: To travel abroad to Egypt. Favorite Actress: Sandra Bullock.

Career Statistics Year GP/GS G 2008 19/18 1 Totals 19/18 1

A Pts Sh GWG 3 5 18 1 3 5 18 1

15 • Alexis Lindo Sophomore • 5-2• Defender York, Pa. • Dallastown Area 2008: Started 18 games in Seawolves backfield ... part of a defense that posted six shutouts ... named to America East All-Rookie team. High School: All-state selection and County Player of the Year in 2007 as a defender at Dallastown Area High ... three-time all-county selection .... member of the 2007 Region I Team and EPYSA ODP Team ... traveled to Russia in Spring 2008 with her Region I squad. Personal: Alexis Lindo ... born September 12, 1990 ... daughter of Horacho and Dara Lindo ... Lindo Fun Facts: Favorite hobby: Crossword puzzles. Favorite non-sports hero: My grandma. Best thing about me: I like to make people laugh. Person I look up to most: My mom.

Career Statistics Year GP/GS G 2008 18/18 0 Totals 18/18 0

A Pts Sh GWG 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0

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12 • Colleen McKenna

18 • Gabriella Petralia

Sophomore• 5-6 • Forward Manorville, N.Y.• Eastport S. Manor

Sophomore • 5-4 • Forward W. Hempstead, N.Y. • W. Hempstead

2008: Started all 15 games she appeared in ... led the America East in goals (nine) and points (21) ... earned a spot on the NSCAA AllNortheast Region third team ... selected to AllAmerica East first team and All-America East Rookie team ... named America East Rookie of the Year ... became first Seawolves player ever to be named to Soccer Buzz Magazine’s Northeast Region All-Freshman team ... scored game-winning goal in 1-0 victory over Hartford (9/28) ... scored two goals at New Hampshire (10/2) ... scored gamewinning goal and added an assist in 3-2 win over Binghamton (10/23) ... tallied two goals and an assist in 5-0 victory over Maine (10/26) ... scored a goal in 2-0 win over Binghamton in America East tournament semifinals. High School: Played five seasons at Eastport South Manor High ... all-state selection and league player of the year as a senior ... two-time captain at Eastport, ... led her East Meadow Shooting Stars club team to the state title and a number seven regional ranking. Personal: Colleeen McKenna ... born April 4, 1990 ... daughter of Patricia and Kevin McKenna ... McKenna Fun Facts: Favorite TV Show: Greys Anatomy. Best Influence on me as a soccer player: My Dad. Person(s) I look up to most: My parents.

2008: Played in 11 games, games making three starts. 2007: Redshirted. High School: Four-year letterwinner at West Hempstead High under coach Jim Walther and Mike Scatturo ... captained the squad as a senior... an all-conference, all-class, all-county selection... honored as an exceptional senior ... also played and captained the lacrosse team. Personal: Gabriella S. Petralia ... born May 2, 1989... daughter of Vita and John Petralia ... sister of Sergio and Fabrizio.

Career Statistics Year GP/GS G 2008 11/3 0 Totals 11/3 0

A Pts Sh GWG 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0

9 • Daniela Giuliani Sophomore • 5-5• Forward W. Lafayette, Ind. • William Henry 2008: Did not play play. High School: Four-year letterwinner at William Henry Harrison High ... led Raiders to District and Section Championship as a sophomore ... four-time all-conference and all-area selection ... all-district selection as a senior ... set school record with 53 goals as a senior ... played for Carmel Crusaders club team from 2001-07 ... helped Crusaders to state championship in 2004 and 2007 ... member of Indiana ODP state team from 2003-07 ... member of National Honors Society. Personal: Daniela Grace Angela Giuliani ... born June 5, 1990.

0 • Morgan Johanson Sophomore • 5-8 • Goalkeeper Pittsford, N.Y. • Sutherland

Career Statistics Year GP/GS G 2008 15/15 9 Totals 15/15 9

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A Pts Sh GWG 3 21 49 3 3 21 49 3

2008: Did not play. 2007: Redshirted. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Sutherland High under coach Doug Kircher ... a two-time captain ... tabbed as an all-county selection on three occasions ... led Western NY to a gold medal in the Empire State Games in 2006 and 2007 ... played club soccer for Syracuse Vortex FC ... an all-state selection in soccer and basketball. Personal: Morgan Delaney Johanson ... born March 3, 1989 ... daughter of Darlene and Roger Johanson ... sister of Jordan.

Stony Brook University

17 • Rachel Silverman

10 • Alana Fitzpatrick

Sophomore • 5-5 • Midfield Rye Brook, N.Y. • Blind Brook

Freshman • 5-10 • Defense Cheshire, Conn. • Holy Cross

2008: Appeared in 18 games off the bench bench. High School: Earned five varsity letters at Blind Brook High ... two-time all-league selection ... all-section team in 2006 ... played for the Brooklyn Knights club team ... two-time member of the Eastern New York North State ODP team. Personal: Rachel Silverman ... born June 11, 1990 ... daughter of Joel Silverman ... Silverman Fun Facts: Favorite TV Show: Scrubs. Favorite Movie: Shawshank Redemption. Best Thing About Me: I’m outgoing. Person I look up to most: My Dad. Favorite Actor: Matt Damon. Favorite Vacation Spot: Bermuda.

High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Holy Cross High School ... a two-time all-conference selection at Holy Cross ... tallied eight goals and 17 assists as a senior ... played her club soccer for the Connecticut Football Club ... member of the Connecticut ODP team in 2007 and 2008. Personal: Alana Fitzpatrick ... born July 20, 1991 ... daughter of Edward and Maureen Fitzpatrick ... Fitzpatrick Fun Facts: Favorite TV Show: One Tree Hill, Gossip Girl. Favorite Sports Hero: David Beckham. Person I look up to most is: My mom.

Career Statistics Year GP/GS G 2008 18/0 0 Totals 18/0 0

A Pts Sh GWG 0 0 5 0 0 0 5 0

8 • Meghan Gilley

2 • Sa’sha Kershaw

Freshman • 5-7 • Forward Macungie, Pa. • Emmaus

Freshman • 5-6 • Midfield Baltimore, Md. • Loch Raven

High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Emmaus High School in Macungie, Pa. ... 2009 Pennsylvania Gatorade Player of the Year Finalist ... named a 2009 ESPNRise. com Honorable mention All-American ... tallied 35 goals and 13 assists in 2009 ... led Emmaus to Lehigh Valley Conference and District XI Class AAA championships as a senior ... 2009 Allentown Morning Call Player of the Year ... a two-time all-state selection ... named NSCAA Regional All-American as a junior ... scored 28 goals as a junior ... a three-time Allentown Morning Call all-area first team and All-Lehigh Valley Conference selection ... scored 15 goals and registered nine assists as a sophomore ... selected to play at the 2008 Super Y ODP National Camp ... played for Vincent United, coached by Rob Rooney. Personal: Meghan Gilley . . . born October 23, 1990. . . daughter of Jeffrey and Gayla Gilley. ... Gilley Fun Facts: Favorite TV Show: Burn Notice. Favorite Sports Hero: Cristiano Ronaldo. Person I look up to most is: My mom. Most Impressive Person I’ve met: Donovan McNabb.

High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Loch Raven High School ... was a two-time all-state, all-county, all-metro and allconference selection ... a two-time captain and team MVP as well as a three-time All-Academic honoree ... registered 15 goals and 12 assists as a senior after tallying 12 goals and 10 assists as a junior ... six-year member of the Maryland Olympic Development program ... part of the Region I pool in 2008 ... played for the Freestate Shooters club team ... led the Shooters to the state title in 2004 and 2008 when they were the #3 ranked club team in the country. Personal: Sa’sha Monet Rogers Kershaw ... born April 23, 1991 ... daughter of Phillip Blackwell and Julie Kershaw ... Kershaw Fun Facts: Favorite Actor: Will Smith. Favorite Sports Hero: Reggie Bush. Person I look up to most is: My mom. What Makes Me A Good Soccer Player: My heart.

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23 • Kristen Reiche

4 • Taryn Schoenbeck

Freshman • 5-7 • Goalkeeper Mahopac, N.Y. • Lakeland

Freshman • 5-3 • Midfield Newark, Del. • Padua Academy

High School: Played three years of varsity soccer at Lakeland High School ... two-time all-league and all-section honoree ... named a captain for Lakeland as a senior ... posted a 1.20 goals against average in 2008 ... named the 2008 League MVP and Section I Player of the Year ... led her club team, Quickstrike FC, to the New York State Finals in 2007, 2008 and 2009. Personal: Kristen Reiche ... born November 25, 1991 ... daughter of Steven and Judith Reiche ... Reiche Fun Facts: Favorite TV Show: True Blood. Favorite Movie: Anchorman. Best Thing About Me: My ability to make people laugh. Person I look up to most: My mom. If I Could Be a Cartoon Character, I’d be: Spongebob Squarepants.

High School: Played four seasons of varsity soccer at Padua Academy ... ranked No. 2 player in the state of Delaware as a senior ... named a 2009 ESPNRise.com Honorable mention All-American ... led Padua to three state titles in her four years ... a first team allstate and all-conference selection as a senior ... tallied six goals and 12 assists ... a first team all-conference and second team all-state selection as a junior ... tallied 16 goals and seven assists ... was a first team all-conference and third team all-state pick as a sophomore ... helped Padua to a No. 5 national ranking ... was a teammate of Holly Thompson and Jamie Warner on the DE United Club team that has won eight consecutive state titles and advanced to the regional semifinals in 2007 and 2008 ... a member of the Delaware State ODP team in 2004, 2005 and 2008. Personal: Taryn Elizabeth Schoenbeck ... born June 14, 1991 ... daughter of Doug and Connie Schoenbeck ... Schoenbeck Fun Facts: Favorite TV Show: Grey’s Anatomy. What Makes Me A Good Soccer Player: My determination and dedication. The Best Thing About Me: My laugh.

00 • Holly Thompson

13 • Jamie Warner

Freshman • 5-8 • Goalkeeper Wyoming, Del. • Caesar Rodney

Freshman • 5-9 • Forward New Castle, Del. • St. Elizabeth

High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Caesar Rodney High School ... a first team all-conference and second team all-state selection as a sophomore ... set the state record for most shutouts in a season (16) ... as a junior she was a first team all-state and all-conference selection ... posted shutouts in 15 of the team’s 20 games ... a teammate of Jamie Warner and Taryn Schoenbeck on the DE United club team that won eight consecutive state titles and advanced to regional semifinals in 2007 and 2008 ... was a two-year member of the Delaware State ODP team, mostly recently in 2008. Personal: Holly Nicole Thompson . . . born May 25, 1991. . . daughter of Stephen and Shelly Thompson. . . Thompson Fun Facts: My Favorite Hobby: Playing guitar. Favorite Sports Hero: David Beckham. Person I look up to most is: My parents. If I Were Head Coach For a Day, I would: Not make anyone run.

High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Saint Elizabeth High School ... a 2008 second team all-state selection as a junior ... a third team all-state selection in 2006 and 2007 ... had 41 goals and 33 assists over her first three seasons with Saint Elizabeth ... a teammate of Holly Thompson and Taryn Schoenbeck on the DE United club team that won eight consecutive state titles and advanced to regional semifinals in 2007 and 2008 ... also was a member of the 2008 Region I pool and played for the Delaware State ODP team in 2007 and 2008. Personal: Jamie Marie Warner ... born July 31, 1991 ... daughter of Craig and Catherine Warner ... Warner Fun Facts: Favorite Hobby: Reading. Favorite Sports Hero: Mia Hamm. Person (s) I look up to most is: My mom and dad. Most Impressive Person I’ve ever Met: My grandmother.

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America East Conference About America East Now in its third decade of operation, America East has evolved into one of the most comprehensive NCAA Division I conferences with a commitment to broad-based, competitive athletics programs, complementing the academic integrity and missions of the member institutions. Progressive in its approach to its more than 3,200 student-athletes, America East recognizes champions in each of its 20 sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, 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. America East also conducts the nation’s most comprehensive academic recognition program for student-athletes. With a geographic footprint covering the Mid-Atlantic to Northeast regions of the United States, America East strives to develop champions in academics, athletics and leadership at its nine member institutions: University at Albany, Binghamton University, Boston University, University of Hartford, University of Maine, UMBC, University of New Hampshire, Stony Brook University and University of Vermont. Academics University of Vermont captured its fifth straight America East Academic Cup in 2009 after its student-athletes registered a cumulative 3.14 grade-point average, which tied the league’s best mark ever. Six other schools also earned a 3.0 GPA or better. America East’s 3,200 student-athletes registered a combined 3.05 GPA during the 2008-09 academic year, and over 60 percent of them were named to America East’s Academic Honor Roll for recording a GPA of 3.0 or better. Connor Tobin (Vermont), Dan Schultz (Boston University) and Cornelia Carapcea (UMBC) were tabbed ESPN The Magazine Academic All-Americans, while 26 others were All-District selections. University of Vermont’s Connor Tobin (soccer) and Kristen Millar (lacrosse) were the America East Male and Female Scholar-Athletes of the Year, respectively. Twenty-one student-athletes were recognized as America East ScholarAthletes and 167 received All-Academic recognition in their respective sport. Nineteen America East teams were publicly recognized by the NCAA for their multiyear Academic Progress Rate (APR), finishing among the top 10 percent of teams in the nation, with nine programs receiving perfect scores of 1000. Athletics Boston University won the Stuart P. Haskell, Jr. Commissioner’s Cup for the fourth straight year and seventh time in the last eight seasons after capturing a conference-best seven championships, four regular-season titles and four runner-up finishes during the 2008-09 season. Four America East programs won postseason games in 2008-09: Boston University men’s soccer (NCAA), Boston University women’s basketball (WNIT), Vermont men’s basketball (CBI) and Boston University softball (NCAA). Nineteen America East student-athletes earned All-America recognition, including one in men’s basketball, one in men’s soccer, six in men’s lacrosse, four in women’s lacrosse and nine in cross country/track & field. America East improved 10 positions in the men’s basketball conference RPI to No. 17, its fifth-best finish ever, and sent two teams (Binghamton, NCAA; Vermont, CBI) to the postseason for the fifth time since 2003. Three women’s basketball teams – Boston University, Hartford and Vermontreached the postseason, tying a conference record set in 1999. Boston University defeated Fairleigh Dickinson in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship to give America East at least one NCAA win in seven of the last eight years, and the conference RPI (No. 6) was America East’s highest ever.

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Boston University became the first women’s soccer champion to complete an unbeaten and untied conference slate since 2000 and made its fourth straight NCAA appearance. UMBC (No. 9), which won its second straight America East Men’s Lacrosse Championship, and Stony Brook (No. 20) were ranked in the final USILA national poll, while Albany was also ranked during the season. Sarah Dalton, a first-team All-American in women’s lacrosse, led Boston University to its fifth straight conference title. The Terriers (No. 11) and New Hampshire (No. 20) were ranked in the final IWLCA national poll. Stony Brook women’s cross country competed at the NCAA Women’s Cross Country Championship for the second straight season. Boston University reached the championship round of its NCAA Softball Regional with wins over Iowa and Auburn, matching the best finish ever by an America East team. Leadership University of Vermont women’s lacrosse standout Kristen Millar was selected the 2009 America East Woman of the Year for a distinguished career in the areas of academic achievement, athletics excellence, service and leadership. Hartford tennis player Rich Leiberman and the Maine softball team were named the America East Male and Female Sportsmanship Award winners. University at Albany appointed George M. Philip as its 18th president, while Stony Brook University named Dr. Samuel Stanley its next president. Patrick Chambers, who helped lead Villanova to a Final Four as a men’s basketball assistant coach in 2009, took over as Boston University’s next head coach. Binghamton’s Kevin Broadus, New Hampshire’s Bill Herrion and Stony Brook’s Steve Pikiell all received contract extensions. Several former America East athletes have made a positive impact in the professional ranks: Three-time All-America East selection Jose Juan Barea (Northeastern) averaged 7.8 points and 3.4 assists in 79 games for the Dallas Mavericks in 2008-09, while three-time America East Player of the Year Malik Rose (Drexel) played in 38 games for the New York Knicks and Oklahoma City Thunder. Former Hartford star Vin Baker and three-time America East Player of the Year Reggie Lewis (Northeastern), who captained the Boston Celtics at the time of his premature death, combined to make five NBA All-Star appearances during their careers. Current women’s basketball coaches Jennifer Rizzotti (Hartford) and Cindy Blodgett (Maine) have appeared in WNBA action. Carlos Pena, the 1998 Baseball Scholar-Athlete at Northeastern, has made an impact each of the past three seasons in Tampa Bay, earning American League Comeback Player of the Year honors in 2007, winning an American League Gold Glove at first base in 2008 and making his first All-Star appearance in 2009, while the Minnesota Twins’ Joe Nathan, a former Academic All-American at Stony Brook, played in his fourth Mid-Summer Classic. Seven former America East men’s lacrosse standouts appeared in the Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game in 2009, including Merrick Thomson, a four-time all-conference selection at Albany who was named the 2008 Warrior Most Improved Player. John Grant (Delaware), the 1999 America East Player of Year, was the league’s Most Valuable Player last season. Albany’s Steward Ceus became the third America East player taken in the Major League Soccer Draft, going 37th overall to the Colorado Rapids. Fellow former Great Dane Bouna Coundoul recorded 16 career shutouts in 52 career games for the Rapids before signing with the New York Red Bulls in July.

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2008 AMERICA EAST FINAL STANDINGS School Boston U Stony Brook New Hampshire Hartford Maine Binghamton Vermont UMBC Albany

W 8 6 5 4 3 3 2 2 1

America East L 0 2 3 3 3 5 5 6 7

T 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0

Pts. 24 18 15 13 11 9 7 6 3

Special Honors Striker of the Year Michelle Sheehan ........ New Hampshire Defender of the Year Casey Brown ......................... Boston U. Midfielder of the Year M. Schumacher-Hodge ........... Boston U. Goalkeeper of the Year Marisa Viola.................... Stony Brook Rookie of the Year Colleen McKenna........... Stony Brook Coaching Staff of the Year Nancy Feldman ..................... Boston U.

W 15 11 6 8 6 8 4 3 3

Overall L 6 8 11 6 6 9 13 16 17

T 1 0 1 5 7 1 1 0 0

Pct. .714 .579 .361 .553 .500 .472 .250 .158 .150

America East First Team Mara Osher, Jr ........................ Boston U Michelle Sheehan, Sr... New Hampshire Laura Martel, So. ......................... Maine Colleen McKenna, Fr. .... Stony Brook Kacey Busque, Sr. ....................Hartford M. Schumacher-Hodge , Sr. .. Boston U. Caitlin Whelan, Sr. ....... New Hampshire Brooke Barbuto, Sr. ...... .Stony Brook Casey Brown, Jr. ................... Boston U. Angelina Cords, So................ Boston U. Lauren Aldred, Sr. .....................Hartford Marisa Viola, Jr. ............. Stony Brook

H 9-1-0 7-2-0 4-6-0 5-2-3 3-1-5 3-4-1 2-6-0 2-7-0 2-6-0

A 6-4-1 4-6-0 2-5-1 3-4-1 3-5-2 5-5-0 1-6-1 1-8-0 1-10-0

N 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0

America East Second Team Dani Raske, Fr. .................. Binghamton Farrell McClernon, Jr. ............ Boston U. Breeanna Robinson, Fr.............Hartford Mandi Casares, Jr.............. Binghamton Emily Pallotta, Jr. ................... Boston U. Shauna Kelleher, So. ............. Boston U. Kim Stephenson, Sr. .................... Maine Nicole Montoya, Jr. ........... .Binghamton Elizabeth Speck, Sr. .............. Boston U. Christina Di Ielsi, Jr. ..................... Maine Janie Reilly, So. ..................... Boston U.

America East All-Rookie Team Kendra Harrell ............................Albany Rebecca Lee .................................. Albany Dani Raske ........................ Binghamton Jessica Luscinski .......Boston University Breeanna Robinson ..................Hartford Lauren Brodeur.........................Hartford Toni DiRenzo .............................. UMBC Stephanie Gilkenson ... New Hampshire Colleen McKenna .......... Stony Brook Alexis Lindo ................... Stony Brook Emily Perrin ............................. Vermont

America East in NCAAs Team (Yrs. Participated) Yrs Binghamton (2004) 1 Boston U (2000, 01, 03, 05, 06, 07, 09) 7 Hartford (1990-95, 1997-02, 06) 11

W 0 2 8

L 1 7 11

Pct. .000 .222 .421

2008 America East Tournament Quarterfinals - Thursday, October 30 No. 6 Binghamton 1, at No. 3 New Hampshire 0 No. 5 Maine 1, at No. 4 Hartford 1 Maine advances on penalty kicks, 5-4 Semifinals - Sunday, November 2 at No. 1 Boston University 1, No. 5Maine 0 at No. 2 Stony Brook 2, No. 6 Binghamton 0 Finals - Saturday, November 8 at No. 1Boston University 2, No. 2Stony Brook 1

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Brooke Barbuto

Two-time America East First Team Selection

Stony Brook University

2008 Season Review Notable Seawolves Accomplishments - Won its most games, 11, since 1994 - Appeared in first America East title game since 2002. - Placed a program record three student-athletes on the All-America East first team. - Set a program record with three student-athletes on NSCAA All-Northeast Region teams - Colleen McKenna became the first freshman in program history to be named to the Soccer Buzz Northeast Region All-Freshman Team - Finished second in America East during regular season, its best ever finish -Named an NSCAA/Adidas All-America Academic Team for the fourth straight season

2008 Individual Awards NSCAA/Adidas All-Northeast Region second team Brooke Barbuto, Marisa Viola NSCAA/Adidas All-Northeast Region third team Colleen McKenna Soccer Buzz All-Northeast Region second team Brooke Barbuto Soccer Buzz All-Northeast Region All Freshman Team Colleen McKenna All-America East first team Brooke Barbuto, Colleen McKenna, Marisa Viola America East Goalkeeper of the Year Marisa Viola America East Rookie of the Year Colleen McKenna America East All-Championship team Brooke Barbuto, Trine Allenberg, Kate Collins America East All-Rookie Team Colleen McKenna, Alexis Lindo

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2008 Statistics Record: Overall: 11-8-0 Conf: 6-2-0 Home: 7-2-0 Away: 4-6-0 Neut: 0-0-0 ## 12 10 22 23 25 19 28 7 3 17 24 18 15 26 6 11 21 5 16 20

Name McKenna, Colleen Barbuto, Brooke Collins, Kate Allenberg, Trine Razzaghi, Holly Adamo, Dominique Tenaglia, Danielle Egan, Jen Sims, Morgan Silverman, Rachel Dwyer, Sarah Petralia, Gabriella Lindo, Alexis Aller, Debbie Strat, Karen Teti, Alexandra Striefsky, Michelle Adamkiewicz, Dana Grant, Kelly Frank, Caitlyn Total Opponents

GP-GS 15-15 19-19 19-18 19-19 19-18 18-18 17-1 18-2 10-0 18-0 19-19 11-3 18-18 15-10 3-1 19-19 2-0 9-9 3-1 3-0 19 19

Min 1173 1713 1296 1333 1522 1421 343 525 363 411 1686 252 1559 989 114 1726 9 717 85 31 18994 -

G 9 6 4 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 27

A 3 6 1 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 19 23

Pts 21 18 9 12 5 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 71 77

Sh 49 44 35 30 18 15 10 6 5 5 3 3 3 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 232 280

Shot% SOG .184 28 .136 24 .114 18 .133 11 .056 9 .067 8 .100 4 .000 4 .000 3 .000 2 .000 2 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 0 .000 1 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .112 117 .096 167

SOG% .571 .545 .514 .367 .500 .533 .400 .667 .600 .400 .667 .333 .333 .333 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .504 .596

GW 3 3 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 8

PK-ATT 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-4

Goalkeeping Statistics ## 1 00 TM

Name GP-GS Viola, Marisa 16-15 Hemme, Amanda 6-4 TEAM Total 19 Opponents. 19

Minutes 1386:47 339:40 0:00 1726:27 1726:27

GA 20 7 0 27 26

Avg 1.30 1.85 0.00 1.41 1.36

Saves 121 17 2 140 91

Pct .858 .708 1.000 .838 .778

W 9 2 0 11 8

L 7 1 0 8 11

T 0 0 0 0 0

Sho 5 1 0 6 6

Game Results

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Date Aug 22, 2008 Aug 28, 2008 Aug 31, 2008 Sep 04, 2008 Sep 07, 2008

Opponent LONG ISLAND at Iona at Providence at Manhattan FORDHAM

Sep 12, 2008 Sep 16, 2008

W/L L W L W W

Score 0-1 1-0 0-2 1-0 2-1

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

Conf 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Attend 125 165 308 247 120

at #13 Boston College L BRYANT W

0-5 2-1

3-3-0 4-3-0

0-0-0 0-0-0

108 110

Sep 18, 2008 Sep 21, 2008 Sep 28, 2008 Oct 02, 2008

at Hofstra COLUMBIA HARTFORD at UNH

L O2 L W L

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

4-4-0 4-5-0 5-5-0 5-6-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0

152 76 110 179

Oct 09, 2008 Oct 12, 2008

VERMONT at UMBC

W W

1-0 2-1

6-6-0 7-6-0

2-1-0 3-1-0

120 322

Oct 16, 2008

at Albany

W

3-2

8-6-0

4-1-0

75

Oct 19, 2008 Oct 23, 2008

at Boston U BINGHAMTON

L W

0-2 3-2

8-7-0 9-7-0

4-2-0 5-2-0

371 110

Oct 26, 2008

MAINE

W

5-0

10-7-0

6-2-0

110

Nov 02, 2008

BINGHAMTON

W

2-0

11-7-0

6-2-0

351

Nov 08, 2008

at Boston U

L

1-2

11-8-0

6-2-0

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Goals scored Allenberg, Trine (unassisted) Allenberg, Trine (McKenna, Colleen) McKenna, Colleen (Allenberg, Trine) Barbuto, Brooke (unassisted) Allenberg, Trine (Dwyer, Sarah) Collins, Kate (Barbuto, Brooke) McKenna, Colleen (Barbuto, Brooke) McKenna, Colleen (Barbuto, Brooke) McKenna, Colleen (unassisted) Barbuto, Brooke (unassisted) Barbuto, Brooke (Allenberg, Trine) Razzaghi, Holly (unassisted) McKenna, Colleen (Razzaghi, Holly) Collins, Kate (unassisted) Allenberg, Trine (Razzaghi, Holly) Tenaglia, Danielle (McKenna, Colleen) Barbuto, Brooke (unassisted) McKenna, Colleen (Barbuto, Brooke) McKenna, Colleen (Barbuto, Brooke) Collins, Kate (Barbuto, Brooke) Barbuto, Brooke (penalty kick) Collins, Kate (McKenna, Colleen) McKenna, Colleen (Grant, Kelly;Allenberg, Trine) Barbuto, Brooke (Allenberg, Trine) McKenna, Colleen (Collins, Kate) Adamo, Dominique (Razzaghi, Holly)

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Most Valuable Players 2008.................................... Brooke Barbuto 2007..................................... Jackie Timmes 2006..................................... Jackie Timmes 2005...................................... Cindy Bennett 2004...................................... Cindy Bennett 2003................................. Victoria Feliciano 2002..........................................Beth Arikian 2001................................. Brittany Norwood 2000.......................................Kerri McCabe 1999........................................ Lisa Mariano 1998.......................................... Erica Keller 1997.......................................... Erica Keller 1996........................................... Kristi Detor 1995.....................................Laura Corrigan 1994......................................... Kim Canada 1993.......................................... Mary Krieg 1992...........................................Chris Foley 1991........................................... Mary Krieg 1990................................Michele Turchiano 1989.................................. Louise Anderson 1988..........................................Lisa Shaffer 1987..........................................Lisa Shaffer 1986........................................ Coral Gubler 1985.........................................Rose Hickey 1984.........................................Barbara Fee 1983.......................................Rosie Russell

Most Improved Players 2008* .......................................Debbie Aller 2007...............................................Alex Teti 2006...................................Shelly Striefsky 2005..........................................Krista Shilts 2004................................. Kirsandra Seaton 2003.........................................Jackie Boyle 2002......................................Danielle Lewis 2001 .............................Jennifer Fontanetta 2000........................................ Ashley Blake 1999.................................... Renee Pelletier 1998........................................ Lisa Mariano 1997.........................................Marti Yeager 1996............................ Erin Schnitzenbaumer 1995....................................... Maha Osman 1994...................................Ginamarie Pepe 1993.................................. Erin MacFarlane 1992........................................Amy Coakley 1991...................................... Chris Cuggino 1990........................................... Mary Krieg 1989.......................................Debbie Egger 1988................................... Marie Turchiano *Renamed Coaches Award

America East Conference Honors First Team 2008 .................... Barbuto, McKenna, Viola 2007 .......... Brooke Barbuto, Jackie Timmes 2004 ...................................... Cindy Bennett 2002 ................................ Brittany Norwood Second Team 2006: ........ Brooke Barbuto, Jackie Timmes 2004 ................................. Victoria Feliciano 2003 ......................................Danielle Lewis 2002 ..........................................Beth Arikian 2001 ................................. Brittany Norwood Honorable Mention 2005 ..........................................Krista Shilts 2004 ................................. Kirsandra Seaton 2003 ................................. Victoria Feliciano 2002 ...............................................Lea Kyle 2002 ........................................Emily Snyder 2001 ..........................................Beth Arikian 2001 ........................................ Lisa Mariano

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Goalkeeper of the Year 2008:........................................Marisa Viola 2004:...................................... Cindy Bennett Rookie of the Year 2008:...............................Colleen McKenna 2002:...................................... Cindy Bennett All-Tournament Team 2008................... Barbuto, Allenberg, Collins 2007:.............. Kristin Mishrell, Marisa Viola 2002:........... Beth Arikian, Victoria Feliciano, Katelyn Martin America East All Rookie Team 2008:....... Colleen McKenna, Alexis Lindo 2007:.......................................Sarah Dwyer 2006:........................................Marisa Viola 2005.....................................Brooke Barbuto 2004...........................................Krista Shilts 2003........................................ Joy Gueverra 2002....................................... Cindy Bennett 2002.......................................Danielle Lewis 2001.................................. Brittany Norwood America East Rookie of the Week 9/29/08............................Colleen McKenna 10/2/06.....................................Marisa Viola 9/11/06 .....................................Marisa Viola 10/4/04.......................................Krista Shilts 10/11/04 .................................Tiffany Fasullo 9/22/03.....................................Katie Kramer 9/23/02..................................Jackie Anthony 10/14/02................................. Cindy Bennett 10/21/02................................. Cindy Bennett 11/4/02 ................................... Cindy Bennett America East Player of the Week 10/13/08...............................Brooke Barbuto 9/8/09....................................Trine Allenberg 10/8/07...................................... Marisa Viola 10/1/07...................................... Marisa Viola 9/24/07...................................... Marisa Viola 9/5/06...................................Brooke Barbuto 9/19/05...................................Tiffany Fasullo 9/27/04.............................. Victoria Feliciano 9/22/03.............................. Victoria Feliciano America East Academic Honor Roll 2008: Debbie Aller, Kate Collins, Sarah Dwyer, Jen Egan, Cait Frank, Kelly Grant, Amanda Hemme, Morgan Johanson, Gabriella Petralia, Holly Razzaghi, Karen Strat, Alex Teti, Marisa Viola. 2007: Amanda Hemme, Jennifer Egan, Kelly Grant, Krista Shilts, Alexandra, Teti, Marisa, Viola, Dana Adamkiewicz, Brooke Barbuto, Danielle Tenaglia, Deborah Aller, Jaclyn Timmes, Trine Allenberg, Aria Tanzi, Kristin Mishrell, Holly Razzaghi, Kelly Bahnsen, Tiffany Fasullo, Caitlyn Frank, Morgan Johanson, Megan Murray, Aisling Toolan

Bennett, Tiffany Fasullo, Joy Gueverra, Katie Kramer, Suzy Larson, Danielle Lewis, Kristin Mishrell, Jess Rogers, Kirsandra Seaton, Chelsea Van Horn 2003: Jaqueline Anthony, Cindy Bennett, Jaclyn Boyle, Katie Gampietro, Lauren Kohn, Katie Kramer, Suzy Larson, Danielle Lewis, Jess Rogers, Kirsandra Seaton, Chelsea Van Horn NSCAA All-Americans 1986: .................................... Nancy Zimmer NSCAA All-Northeast Region First team 2007:....................................Brooke Barbuto Second Team 2007, 2008:..............................Marisa Viola 2006, 2008:..........................Brooke Barbuto 2002:................................. Brittany Norwood Third team 2008:...............................Colleen McKenna 1994: ....................................... Kim Canada 1990: ...............................Michele Turchiano 1989: .........................................Lisa Shaffer Scholar-Athlete Soccer All-Americans 1987: .......................... Noreen Heiligenstadt Soccer Buzz All-Northeast Region Second Team 2008:....................................Brooke Barbuto 2002:................................. Brittany Norwood Third Team 2007:....................................Brooke Barbuto 1998:.......................................... Erica Keller All-Freshman 2008:...............................Colleen McKenna Independent Honors Co-Player of the Year 2000........................................Kerri McCabe Rookie of the Year 2000.................................. Sarah Greenberg Undergraduate Excellence Awards 2002 ............. Beth Arikian, Stephanie Smyrl 2001........................................Kerri McCabe 2000........................................ Larisa Mahns 1999........................................... Erica Keller Long Island Rough Riders 2007-08 ...................................Marisa Viola 2003.........................................Emily Snyder 2001-03 ..................................Kerri McCabe 2003....................................... Cindy Bennett 1997............................................. Jodi Yerys 1994.......................................... Lisa Shaffer Buffalo Flash 2009.....................................Brooke Barbuto

2006: Trine Allenberg, Brittany Benthin, Aria Tanzi, Marissa Shibley, Krista Shilts, Jackie Sura, Tiffany Fasullo, Jackie Timmes, Kristin Mishrell, Kelly Bahnsen, Megan Murray, Caitlyn Frank, Marisa Viola 2005: Jacqueline Anthony, Kelly Bahnsen, Brooke Barbuto, Cindy Bennett, Danielle Lewis, Chelsea Meints, Kristin Mishrell, Megan Murray, Marisa Nucci, Kirsandra Seaton, Lindsay Snow, Chelsea Van Horn 2004: Jackie Anthony, Kelly Bahnson, Cindy

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Individual Scoring MOST GOALS SCORED Half: 3 .......many times, most recent Erica Keller vs Iona, 10/4/97 Game: 4 ................................... Erica Keller vs Iona 9/11/95 Kim Canada vs Iona 9/28/93 Rebecca Aig vs Iona 9/28/93 Season: 22 ........................ Nancy Zimmer, 1986 (18 games) Career: 45 ............................................ Erica Keller, 1996-98 MOST ASSISTS Half: 3 ..........................Louise Anderson at Vassar, 10/4/86 Game: 4 ........................ Louise Anderson at Vassar, 10/4/86 Season: 10 ................................ Jodi Klein, 1994 (18 games) Career: 21 ............................. Noreen Heiligenstadt, 1985-88 MOST POINTS SCORED Half: 8 ... Kim Canada vs Iona, 9/28/93 (3 goals, 2 assists) Game: 11 .. Kim Canada vs Iona, 9/28/93 (4 goals, 3 assists) Season: 48 ..... Nancy Zimmer, 1986 (22 goals, 4 assists, 18 games) Career: 106 ........ Erica Keller, 1996-98 (45 goals, 16 assists) MOST GAME-WINNING GOALS (since 1985) Season: ................................................................................ 5 Nancy Zimmer ............................................1986 (18 games) Kim Canada ................................................1994 (16 games) Career: 9 .............................................Kim Canada, 1993-94 Erica Keller, 1996-98 MOST SHOTS ON GOAL Game: 11 .............................. Erica Keller vs Lehigh 10/20/98 Nancy Zimmer vs Manhattanville 9/17/86 Season: 108 ..................... Nancy Zimmer, 1986 (18 games) Career: 249........................................ Lisa Paladino, 1986-89

Individual Goalkeeper MOST GAMES PLAYED Season: 19 ......................................... Held by many players, most recent, Cindy Bennett, 2004 Career: 63 ....................................... Dawn McHugh, 1985-88 MOST MINUTES PLAYED Season: 1795 ..................... Cindy Bennett, 2004 (19 games) Career: 5566 ................. Dawn McHugh, 1985-88 (63 games) MOST GOALS AGAINST Half: 5 ..................... Annya Callahan at Monmouth, 10/6/93 Game: 8 ..........................Dawn McHugh vs Adelphi, 9/24/85 Season: 67 .............................. Anita Lago, 1984 (15 games) Career: 83 ....................Dawn McHugh, 1985-88 (63 games) FEWEST GOALS AGAINST Game: 0 , .... most recent Marisa Viola vs. Albany, 10/19/06 Season (min 1,000 min.) : 14 . Marisa Viola, 2007 (1740 min)

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Career (min 2,500 min.) : 59 Lana Peterson, 1989-92 (2634 minutes) MOST SHOTS FACED Half: 26 ....................Chris Foley at San Francisco, 9/27/92 Chris Foley at Cal-Davis, 9/26/92 Game: 48 ........................Dawn McHugh vs Adelphi, 9/24/85 MOST SAVES Half: 16 ...................... Chris Foley at Boston College, 10/9/92 Chris Foley vs. Hartford, 9/9/89 Game: 30 ................. Chris Foley at Boston College, 10/9/92 Season: 279 ............................Chris Foley, 1992 (19 games) Career: 537 .........................Chris Foley, 1989-92 (44 games) LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Season (min 1,000 min.): ................................................. .72 Marisa Viola, 2007 (14 ga, 1740 min) Career: (min 2,500 min.) ................................................. 1.34 Dawn McHugh, 1985-88 (83 ga, 5556 min) HIGHEST SAVE PERCENTAGE Season: (min 50 saves) .................................................. .904 Chris Foley, 1991 (125 sv, 12 ga) Career: (min 200 saves) ................................................. .879 Chris Foley, 1989-92 (537 sv, 74 ga) MOST WINS Season:14 ..................................Dawn McHugh, 1988 (14-5) Career: 41 ........................ Dawn McHugh, 1985-88 (41-20-1) HIGHEST WINNING PERCENTAGE Season: (min 10 dec.) ... .737 - Dawn McHugh, 1988 (14-5) Career: (min 25 dec.)....................................................... .669 Dawn McHugh, 1985-88 (41-20-1) LONGEST SHUTOUT STREAK Season: 863:33 ........................................ Marisa Viola 2007

Team Scoring MOST GOALS SCORED Half: 6 ..................................................... vs Iona, 10/20/87 6 .............................................vs St. John’s, 10/25/86 Game: 9 ....................................................... vs Iona, 9/28/93 Season: 61 ..................................................1987 (18 games) FEWEST GOALS SCORED Season: 5............................................................ 1984 (15 games) MOST GOALS, OPPONENT Half: 6 ...........................................at Boston College, 10/22/89 6 ............................................................. at Adelphi, 1984 Game: 11 ............................................................ at Adelphi, 1984 Season: 67.......................................................... 1984 (15 games)

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FEWEST GOALS, OPPONENT Season: 14.......................................................... 2007 (18 games) MOST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS Half: 7 ............................ vs. Iona, 9/28/93 (SBU 6, Iona 1) Game: 11 ........................... vs. Iona, 9/28/93 (SBU 9, Iona 2) at Adelphi, 1984 (SBU 0, Adelphi 11) Season: 88 .................... 1990 (17 games, SBU 61, Opp. 27)

Season: 152 ................................................1988 (19 games) MOST SHOTS, BOTH TEAMS Half: 34 ....................... at USF, 9/27/92/at UC-Davis, 9/26/92 Game: 70 ..................................................at Siena, 10/30/87 Season: 844 ............................... 1992 (USB 382, 20 games)

FEWEST GOALS, BOTH TEAMS Season: 29 .................... 2007 (18 games, SBU 15, Opp. 14)

FEWEST SHOTS, BOTH TEAMS Half: 4 ............ at West Point, 9/22/92 / vs. Columbia, 10/22/91 Game: 9 ............................................ vs. Columbia, 10/22/91 Season: 461 ............................... 1985 (SBU 227, 13 games)

MOST ASSISTS Half: 7 .............................................vs St. John’s, 10/25/86 Game: 9 .............................................vs St. John’s, 10/25/86 Season: 49 ..................................................1987 (18 games)

MOST CORNER KICKS TAKEN Half: 8 .............. vs. RIT, 9/20/86 vs. Southampton, 10/24/96 Game: 13 ......................................................at Iona, 9/27/94 Season: 115.................................................1988 (19 games)

FEWEST ASSISTS Season: 8 ....................................................1990 (17 games)

FEWEST CORNER KICKS TAKEN Season: 28 ..................................................1985 (13 games)

MOST ASSISTS, OPPONENT Half: 4 .................................................at Rutgers, 10/11/91 Game: 6 .................................................at Rutgers, 10/11/91 Season: 32 ................................... 1993 (17 g.) / 1997 (17 g.)

MOST CORNER KICKS, OPPONENT Half: 10 ............................................... at Vermont, 9/21/91 Game: 17 ............................................... at Vermont, 9/21/91 Season: 101 ................................................1991 (20 games)

FEWEST ASSISTS, OPPONENT Season: 9 ...................................................1998 (18 games)

FEWEST CORNER KICKS, OPPONENT Season: 65 ..................................................1985 (13 games)

MOST POINTS SCORED Half: 19 ............vs St. John’s, 10/25/86 (6 goals, 7 assists) Game: 25 ............vs St. John’s, 10/25/86 (8 goals, 9 assists) Season: 169 ............................1987 (60 g, 49 a, 18 games)

MOST CORNER KICKS, BOTH TEAMS Half: 15 ........................................at Rhode Island, 9/16/89 Game: 22 ........................................at Rhode Island, 9/16/89 Season: 183 .................1989 (SBU 115, Opp. 68, 19 games)

FEWEST POINTS SCORED Season: 26 .................................... 1990 (9 g, 8 a, 17 games)

FEWEST CORNER KICKS, BOTH TEAMS Season: 93 .................... 1985 (SBU 28, Opp. 65, 13 games)

FEWEST POINTS, OPPONENT Season: 54........................................ 1988 (20 g, 14 a, 19 games)

Team Goalkeeping

MOST SHOTS TAKEN Half: 31 ................................. vs W. Va. Wesleyan, 10/7/89 Game: 58 ..................................................at Siena, 10/30/87 Season: 523 ................................................1987 (18 games)

MOST SAVES Half: 16 ............. at Boston Coll., 10/9/92/vs. Hartford, 9/9/89 Game: 30 .................................... at Boston College, 10/9/92 Season: 313 ................................................1992 (20 games)

FEWEST SHOTS TAKEN Half: 0 ................ at Vermont, 9/21/91; vs. Vermont, 9/3/96 Game: 2 ................................................. at Vermont, 9/21/92 2 ................. vs Adelphi, 9/24/85 /vs. Vermont, 9/3/96 Season: 209 ................................................1991 (20 games)

FEWEST SAVES Game: 0 ................................................ vs. Albany, 9/12/99 vs. Siena, 10/8/99 vs. Canisius, 8/27/00 Season: 87 ..................................................1986 (18 games)

MOST SHOTS, OPPONENT Half: 26 ............................ at USF, 9/27/92 / at UC-Davis, 9/26/92 Game: 48 ......................................................vs. Adelphi, 9/24/85 Season: 462........................................................ 1992 (20 games)

MOST SAVES BY AN OPPONENT Half: 19 ............................................... vs. Wagner, 10/4/94 Game: 32 ..................................................at Siena, 10/30/87 Season: 236 ................................................1987 (18 games)

FEWEST SHOTS, OPPONENT Half: 0 ..................many times, vs. Rhode Island, 10/31/92 Game: 1 ............. vs. St. John’s, 10/25/86 /vs. Iona, 10/23/86

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FEWEST SAVES, OPPONENT Game: 0 ................................................. vs. Adelphi, 9/21/93 Season: 83 ..................................................1993 (17 games) LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Season: 0.72 ......................... 2007 (14 goals, 1740 minutes) HIGHEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Season: 4.37 ......................... 1984 (67 goals, 1380 minutes) HIGHEST SAVE PERCENTAGE Season: 894 ................................ 1992 (279 saves, 36 goals) LOWEST SAVE PERCENTAGE Season: 674 ..................................2000 (97 saves, 47 goals)

Additional Team LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 8, many times most recent ........ vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 10/7/89 (8-0) LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT 11 ..............................at Adelphi, 1984 (SBU 0, Adelphi 11) MOST GOALS SCORED PER GAME, SEASON 3.39 ..............................................1987 (61 goals, 18 games) FEWEST GOALS SCORED PER GAME, SEASON 0.33 ................................................1984 (5 goals, 15 games) FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED PER GAME, SEASON 0.72 ............................................. 2007 (14 goals, 18 games) MOST GOALS ALLOWED PER GAME, SEASON 4.47 ..............................................1984 (67 goals, 15 games) MOST CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES 7 .................................................................. 9/5/98 to 9/26/98 MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME VICTORIES 7 .................................................................10/12/85 to 9/9/87 MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD VICTORIES 5 .............................................................. ....9/5/98 to 9/26/98 MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS, START SEASON 3 .................................................................................... 1986 MOST CONSECUTIVE WITHOUT A LOSS 10 ...............................................9/14/07 TO 10/18/07 (5-0-5) MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME WITHOUT A LOSS 7 .......9/31/ to 9/9/87; 9/5/98 to 10/20/98; 9/31/07 to10/21/07

MOST CONSECUTIVE WITHOUT LOSS, START SEASON 5 .......................................................................... 1986 (4-0-1) MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES 11 .....................................................................................1984 MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME LOSSES 4 ..................................................................................... 1984 MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD LOSSES 8 .................................................1984 - 10/20/89 to 10/3/90 MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES, START SEASON 6 ......................................................................................1990 MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT A WIN 13 ......................................................1984 to 9/10/85 (0-12-1) MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME WITHOUT A WIN 6 ................................................... 9/30/90 to 10/27/90 (0-5-1) .......................................... 9/10/91 to 10/5/91 (0-4-2) MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD WITHOUT A WIN 9 .......................................................................... 1984 (0-8-1) .......................................... 9/8/92 to 10/28/92 (0-7-2) MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS 8 ............................................................. 9/16/07 to 10/14/07 MOST SHUTOUTS, SEASON 10 ................................................................................... 2007 MOST CONSECUTIVE TIMES SHUTOUT 7 .................................................................................... 1984 MOST TIMES SHUTOUT, SEASON 12 ................................................................................... 1984 MOST CONSECUTIVE WITHOUT BEING SHUTOUT 17 ...........................................................10/31/93 to 10/15/94 MOST CONSECUTIVE WITHOUT SHUTOUT 13 ............................................................. 10/11/89 to 9/25/90

All-Time Records IN ONE-GOAL GAMES .................................................62-65 IN OVERTIME ............................................................8-16-29 HOME RECORD ..................................................... 79-66-18 ROAD RECORD.....................................................53-103-11 NEUTRAL SITE RECORD .........................................10-14-1 - “many times” indicates the record has occurred on three or more occasions

MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD WITHOUT A LOSS 5 ..................................................................9/5/98 to 9/26/98

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Career Records Goals

Points

GAA (Min 15 G)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Erica Keller, 1996-98 ...........................45 Lisa Paladino, 1986-89 .......................42 Kim Canada, 1993-94 .........................33 N. Helilgenstadt, 1985-88 ....................31 Kerri McCabe, 1998-01 .......................23 Nancy Zimmer, 1986 ...........................22 Krisha Zagura, 1999-02 ......................17 Brooke Barbuto, 2005-08 9. Lisa Shaffer, 1986-89 ..........................14 10. Jodi Klein, 1994-97 .............................13

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Assists

Save Percentage

1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

6. 7. 8. 10.

N. Heiligenstadt, 1985-88................. 21 Louise Anderson, 1986-89 ............... 20 Beth Arikian, 1999-02 ....................... 19 Lisa Paladino, 1986-89 .................... 17 Jodi Klein, 1994-97........................... 17 Erica Keller, 1996-98 ........................ 16 Kerri McCabe, 1998-01 .................... 14 Kim Canada, 1993-94 ...................... 12 Flor Melger, 1985-88 ........................ 12 Coral Gabler, 1985-88 ...................... 11

Erica Keller, 1996-98 ........................106 Lisa Paladino, 1986-89.....................101 N. Heiligenstadt, 1985-88...................83 Kim Canada, 1993-94 ........................78 Kerri McCabe, 1998-01 ......................60 Beth Arikian, 1999-02 .........................49 Nancy Zimmer, 1986 ..........................48 Louise Anderson, 1986-89 .................44 Jodi Klein, 1994-97 ............................43 Brooke Barbuto, 2005-08 Chris Foley, 1989-92 .........................879 Lana Peterson, 1989-92....................845 Jodi Yerys, 1994-96...........................830 Annya Callahan, 1991-94..................806 Dawn McHugh, 1985-88 ...................801 Jamie Owen, 1995-98 .......................792 Cindy Bennett, 2002-05 ....................791 Lori Nelson, 1999-02 ........................730 Anita Lago, 1983-85 ..........................726

Cindy Bennett, 2002-05 ...................1.33 Dawn McHugh, 1985-88 ..................1.61 Chris Foley, 1989-92 ........................1.77 Jamie Owen, 1995-98 ......................1.82 Lori Nelson, 1999-02 ........................1.85

Saves 1. 2. 3. 4.

Chris Foley, 1989-92 .........................537 Jodi Yerys, 1994-96...........................371 Cindy Bennett, 2002-2005 ................368 Lana Peterson, 1989-92....................344 Marisa Viola, 2006-Present .............344 Shutouts 1. Cindy Bennett, 2002-05 ......................23 2. Marisa Viola, 2006-Present................21 3. Dawn McHugh, 1985-88 .....................16 4. Jamie Owen, 1995-98 ...........................8 5. Lori Nelson, 1999-02 .............................7

Single Season Records Shutouts

Goals

Saves

1. 2. 3. 4.

Marisa Viola, 2007 .............................10 Cindy Bennett, 2002..............................8 Jamie Owen, 1998 ................................7 Cindy Bennett, 2003..............................6 Cindy Bennett, 2002..............................6 Dawn McHugh, 1988.............................6 Marisa Viola, 2006 ...............................6 8. Dawn McHugh, 1987.............................5 9. Annya Callahan, 1994 ...........................4 10. Anita Lago, 1983 ...................................3 Dawn McHugh, 1986.............................3 Lori Nelson, ‘99, 01 ..............................3

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Nancy Zimmer, 1986 ...........................22 Lisa Paladino, 1987.............................19 Erica Keller, 1997 ................................18 Kim Canada, 1994 ..............................17 Kim Canada, 1993 ..............................16 Erica Keller, 1996 ................................14 Erica Keller, 1998 ................................13 Kerri McCabe, 2000 ............................13 9. Rebecca Aig, 1993 ..............................10 N. Heiligenstadt, 1987 .........................10 Rosie Russell, 1983 ............................10

1. Chris Foley, 1992 ..............................279 2. Lana Peterson, 1990 .........................185 3. Anita Lago, 1984 ...............................177 4. Dawn McHugh, 1987.........................158 5. Jodi Yerys, 1995 ................................151 6. Jodi Yerys, 1996 ................................150 7. Jamie Owen, 1997 ............................143 8. Chris Foley, 1991 ..............................125 9. Marisa Viola, 2006 ...........................122 10. Marisa Viola, 2008 ...........................121

Save Percentage 1. Chris Foley, 1991 ..............................904 2. Chris Foley, 1992 ..............................886 3. Dawn McHugh, 1987.........................883 Marisa Viola, 2006 ...........................883 5. Marisa Viola, 2007 ............................878 6. Cindy Bennett, 2004..........................873 7. Lana Peterson, 1990 .........................856 8. Annya Callahan, 1994 .......................844 9. Jodi Yerys, 1994 ................................843 10. Jodi Yerys, 1995 ................................839

Assists

GAA

1. 10 Jodi Klein, 1994..............................10 2. 9 N. Heiligenstadt, 1987 ......................9 9 Louise Anderson, 1986 .....................9 4. 8 Monica Garcia, 1994 ........................8 8 Sarah Greenberg, 2000 ....................8 6. 7 Erica Keller, 1997 .............................7 7 Lisa Paladino, 1987 ..........................7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Points 1. Nancy Zimmer, 1986 ...........................48 2. Lisa Paladino, 1987.............................45 3. Erica Keller, 1997 ................................43 4. Kim Canada, 1994 ..............................40 5. Kim Canada, 1993 ..............................38 6. Erica Keller, 1996 ................................33 7. Kerri McCabe, 2000 ............................32 8. Erica Keller, 1998 ................................30 9. N. Heiligenstadt, 1987 .........................29 10. Jodi Klein, 1994...................................28

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Individual Game Records Goals Erica Keller, Kim Canada, Rebecca Aig .....4 Assists Louise Anderson 1986 ................................4 Points Kim Canada 1993 ..................................... 11 Saves Chris Foley 1992 ......................................30

Marisa Viola, 2007 ..........................72 Cindy Bennett, 2004 .........................80 Marisa Viola, 2006 ..........................88 Dawn McHugh, 1988 ........................98 Jamie Owen, 1998 ........................1.08 Chris Foley, 1991........................... 1.11 Lana Peterson, 1989 .....................1.13 Dawn McHugh, 1987 .....................1.26 Dawn McHugh, 1986 .....................1.37 Cindy Bennett, 2003 ......................1.39

Team Game Records Most Goals in a Game ........ 9, vs. Iona 1993 Most Goals in a Season .................61, 1987 Most Wins in a Season ...................14, 1988 Fewest Defeats in a Season 5, 1983 & 1998 Most Consecutive Wins ....................7, 1998

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Year-By-Year Results

1987 Sue Ryan • 11-6-1

NCAA Division III Year 1983 1984 1985 1986* 1987^ 1988#

Overall W 6 1 6 12 11 14

L 5 13 7 6 6 5

T 1 1 0 1 1 0

Pct. .542 .100 .462 .658 .639 .737

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

6 2 4 4 5 12 5 5 7 11 8 8

12 13 13 12 11 6 11 10 11 5 11 10

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

.333 .176 .275 .300 .324 .667 .333 .353 .395 .666 .421 .447

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Conference

Postseason

ECAC NYSWCAA NYSWCAA

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Independent Independent Independent Independent Independent Independent Independent Independent Independent Independent Independent Independent

Overall America East Year W L T Pct. W L T Pct. Coach Conference 2001 6 11 2 .368 4 6 1 .409 Sue Ryan America East 2002 7 11 3 .405 4 2 2 .625 Sue Ryan America East 2003 7 11 1 .395 3 6 0 .333 Sue Ryan America East 2004 7 8 4 .474 4 4 1 .500 Sue Ryan America East 2005 5 12 1 .305 2 6 0 .333 Sue Ryan America East 2006 8 7 2 .529 3 4 1 .438 Sue Ryan America East 2007 8 5 5 .615 5 2 2 .714 Sue Ryan America East 2008 11 8 0 .579 6 2 0 .750 Sue Ryan America East Totals 186 250 40 .427 31 32 7 .585 3 coaches *NYSWCAA (4th), ECAC Playoffs; ^NYSWCAA Champs; #NYSWCAA Finals; ** ECAC Semifinal

1983 Derek Hilton • 6-5-1 9-13 9-15 9-17 9-19 9-24 9-27 10-3 10-11 10-17 10-21 10-25 10-28

at Manhattanville ....................... L 0-3 SOUTHAMPTON ......................W 3-1 SUFFOLK CC............................W 7-0 At St. John’s ............................... L 0-4 SUFFOLK CC.....................(OT) T 0-0 at Kean ................................. L 0-10 NASSAU CC .............................. L 1-9 at Farmingdale ..........................W 3-1 ST. JOHN’s ................................W 2-1 at Southampton .......................... L 1-3 FARMINGDALE.........................W 0-5 at Suffolk CC .............................W 4-2

1984 Terry Febrey • 1-13-1 9-7 9-8 9-15 9-18 9-22 9-26 9-30 10-2 10-9 10-13 10-20

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vs Kean (at M’ville) ................... L 0-9 at Manhattanville ..................... L 1-2 ST. JOHN’S .............................W 3-0 at Southampton ........................ L 0-2 KEAN........................................ L 0-4 at Adelphi.................................L 0-11 at Rutgers ................................. L 0-6 NASSAU CC ............................ L 0-8 SOUTHAMPTON ..................... L 0-1 at Skidmore .............................. L 0-8 at Siena .................................... L 1-3 MANHATTANVILLE ................. L 0-4 at Vassar .................................. L 0-6 at Farmingdale ......................... L 0-3 at Suffolk CC ....................(OT) T 0-0

ECAC Semis

9-9 ARMY ........................................W 5-0 9-12 SOUTHAMPTON ....................... L 1-2 9-16 at Manhattanville .......................W 7-1 9-19 vs St. Lawrence * ....................... L 0-1 9-20 vs Allegheny * ............................W 3-1 9-23 KEAN.........................................W 5-2 9-26 SCRANTON .......................(OT) T 2-2 9-28 ADELPHI .................................... L 2-4 10-7 at St. John’s...............................W 7-0 10-11 vs NC Wesleyan (at Kean) ........... W 4-1 10-14 MONMOUTH ...................... (OT) L 2-3 10-15 vs Curry (at C. Guard) ................ L 0-1 10-20 IONA..........................................W 8-0 10-24 at Ithaca.....................................W 1-0 10-25 at Cortland .................................. L 1-4 10-30 at Siena $ ..........................(OT) W 5-4 10-31 vs New Paltz $...........................W 5-1 11-1 vs St. Lawrence $ ......................W 3-0 * at Cortland Tournament (4th Place) $ NYSWCAA Playoffs (Champions)

Postseason Conf. Finals

Conf. Finals

1985 Sue Ryan • 6-7 9-10 9-17 9-24 10-3 10-5 10-9 10-12 10-16 10-19 10-20 10-24 10-26 10-29

at Scranton .................................. L 0-6 at Southampton ..........................W 5-1 ADELPHI ..................................... L 0-8 ARMY .......................................... L 0-5 COLUMBIA.................................W 3-1 SOUTHAMPTON ........................ L 2-3 VASSAR .....................................W 1-0 at Manhattanville ......................... L 1-2 at Binghamton ............................. L 0-1 at Ithaca....................................... L 0-7 at Iona ........................................W 6-0 SIENA.........................................W 3-2 FARMINGDALE..........................W 2-1

1986 Sue Ryan • 12-6-1 9-17 MANHATTANVILLE ..................W 6-1 9-20 vs RIT *.....................................W 2-1 9-20 vs Curry *..................................W 3-0 9-21 vs Scranton * ............................. T 1-1 9-27 ITHACA ....................................W 4-0 9-29 at Adelphi................................... L 0-5 10-1 at Army .....................................W 2-1 10-4 at Vassar ..................................W 8-0 10-8 at Columbia ..............................W 2-0 10-16 at Monmouth ..................... (OT) L 2-3 10-18 at Union ....................................W 4-2 10-19 at Siena ....................................W 2-0 10-21 at Southampton ......................... L 0-1 10-23 IONA.........................................W 8-0 10-25 ST. JOHN’S ..............................W 8-0 10-31 vs Hamilton $............................W 4-0 11-1 vs Ithaca $ ................................. L 1-2 11-2 vs William Smith $ ..................... L 1-2 11-7 vs Geneseo # ............................ L 0-4 * at Cortland Tourn. (Co-Champions) $ NYSWCAA Playoffs (4th Place) # ECAC Finals (2nd Place)

Lisa Shaffer ‘89

1988 Sue Ryan • 14-5 9-7 ADELPHI .................................. L 3-0 9-10 at Scranton # ...........................W 3-0 9-11 vs Roanoke #...........................W 4-0 9-14 ST. JOHN’S .............................W 3-1 9-17 vs William Smith *..................... L 1-2 9-18 vs Skidmore * ..........................W 2-1 9-24 FRANKLIN & MARSHALL ...........W 2-0 9-25 CAL - SAN DIEGO + ................ L 0-3 9-28 HARTWICK .............................W 3-0 10-4 at Southampton .......................W 2-1 10-7 at Kean ....................................W 5-1 10-10 at Plymouth State ............. (OT) L 1-2 10-12 MANHATTANVILLE .................W 7-0 10-15 ITHACA .......................... (OT) W 3-2 10-18 at Columbia .............................W 2-1 10-22 CORTLAND.............................W 2-0 10-25 HAMILTON$ ............................W 1-0 10-29 vs Albany $ ..............................W 3-1 10-30 vs Ithaca $ ................................ L 0-2 # at Scranton Tournament (Champions) * at Cortland Tournament (3rd Place) + Holiday Inn Express Invit.(2nd Place) $ NYSWCAA Playoffs (2nd Place)

Stony Brook University

DIVISION I ERA BEGINS 1989 Sue Ryan • 6-12 9-9 HARTFORD ............................... L 0-4 9-13 at Adelphi ................................... L 0-2 9-16 at Rhode Island .........................W 3-0 9-20 at Monmouth .............................. L 0-2 9-23 COLGATE + ............................... L 1-3 9-24 FLA. INT’L. + .............................. L 0-3 9-27 at Rutgers ................................... L 0-1 9-30 at Geo. Washington .................... L 0-1 10-1 at Delaware ...............................W 3-1 10-4 SOUTHAMPTON ......................W 2-1 10-7 W. VA WESLEYAN ....................W 8-0 10-11 ST. JOHN’S ...............................W 5-1 10-14 PRINCETON .............................. L 2-4 10-17 COLUMBIA................................. L 1-2 10-20 at New Hampshire ...................... L 0-4 10-22 at Boston College ....................... L 1-7 10-27 NIAGARA ................................. W, 4-1 10-29 at Cornell ................................... L 0-4 + Holiday Inn Express Invit. (4th Place)

1990 Sue Ryan • 2-13-2 9-8 at Hartford .................................. L 0-3 9-15 VERMONT + .............................. L 0-1 9-16 GEORGE MASON+ ................... L 0-7 9-19 at Villanova ................................. L 0-3 9-23 at Colgate ................................... L 1-3 9-25 at Southampton .......................... L 0-3 9-28 MARYLAND B.C. ......................W 1-0 9-30 RHODE ISLAND ........................ L 0-1 10-3 at Princeton ................................ L 1-3 10-5 at Florida Int’l. .....................(OT) T 0-0 10-7 at Barry ................................... L 1-2 10-10 ADELPHI ................................... L 0-2 10-17 ST. JOHN’S ........................(OT) T 1-1 10-19 MONMOUTH ...................... (OT) L 1-3 10-21 BOSTON COLLEGE .......... (OT) L 0-1 10-24 at Columbia ...............................W 2-1 10-27 GEO. WASHINGTON ................. L 0-2 + Holiday Inn Express Invit. (4th place)

1991 Sue Ryan • 4-13-3 9-7 LASALLE ...............................W 1-0 9-10 IONA ................................ L 1-2 9-14 COLGATE + ............................ L 0-2 9-15 BOSTON COLLEGE+ ............. L 1-4 9-17 at Yale ............................ .... L 0-4 9-21 at Vermont ............................... L 0-2 9-23 at Dartmouth............................ L 0-2 9-25 ARMY ........................(OT) T 1-1 9-28 AMERICAN ............................. L 2-3 10-2 at Monmouth ........................... L 0-1 10-5 VILLANOVA....................... OT)T 1-1 10-9 at Adelphi ................................ L 1-2 10-11 at Rutgers ................................ L 1-6 10-15 at St. John’s............................W 2-1 10-19 at Rhode Island ............... (OT) L 1-2 10-22 COLUMBIA.............................W 3-0 10-25 at UMBC ................................ L 0-1 10-27 at Geo. Washington ................W 1-0 10-30 PRINCETON ........................... L 0-2 11-4 SOUTHAMPTON ............(OT) T 1-1 + Holiday Inn Express Invit. (4th place)

1992 Sue Ryan • 4-12-4 9-5 9-8 9-13 9-15 9-20 9-22 9-26 9-27 10-1 10-3 10-4

LEHIGH ................................... L 1-2 at Iona ...........................(OT) T 1-1 DELAWARE ..............................W 2-0 YALE ................................... L 0-3 VERMONT ................................. L 0-2 at Army ...........................(OT) T 1-1 at UC-Davis ................................ L 0-5 at San Francisco ........................ L 0-2 at Princeton ................................ L 1-3 MAINE + ..................................W 3-2 VILLANOVA + .....................(OT) T 0-0

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Kim Canada ‘94 10-9 at Boston College ....................... L 0-1 10-11 at Springfield .............................. L 0-4 10-15 ST. JOHN’S ........................(OT) T 0-0 10-17 GEO. WASHINGTON ................. L 1-3 10-20 at Columbia ................................ L 1-3 10-25 ST. PETER’S .............................W 7-0 10-28 at Villanova ................................. L 1-2 10-31 RHODE ISLAND .......................W 3-0 11-4 MONMOUTH .............................. L 1-3 + Holiday Inn Express Invit. (2nd Place)

1993 Sue Ryan • 5-11-1 9-4 at Lehigh ..................................W 4-2 9-10 at Buffalo ................................... L 2-3 9-12 at St. Bonaventure..............(OT) T 3-3 9-15 at Yale ................................... L 1-6 9-17 BOSTON COLLEGE .................. L 0-3 9-21 ADELPHI ................................... L 1-6 9-26 MAINE ................................... L 0-4 9-28 IONA ..................................W 9-2 10-2 HOFSTRA + ..............................W 3-0 10-3 LAFAYETTE + ...........................W 1-0 10-6 at Monmouth .............................. L 0-6 10-9 at Vermont .................................. L 2-3 10-14 at St. John’s................................ L 2-3 10-23 at Rhode Island .........................W 3-2 10-28 VILLANOVA................................ L 0-2 10-31 at Delaware ................................ L 1-2 11-3 at Columbia ................................ L 3-5 + Holiday Inn Express Invit. (Champions)

1994 Sue Ryan • 12-6 9-3 vs. Delaware @ S. Hall .............. L 1-4 9-4 at Seton Hall ..............................W 1-0 9-8 MANHATTAN ............................W 2-0 9-11 VERMONT ................................. L 1-2 9-14 at Adelphi ..................................W 1-0 9-17 at Maine ..................................W 2-1 9-21 HOFSTRA .................................. L 1-4 9-24 ST. BONAVENTURE .................W 4-1 9-27 at Iona ..................................W 4-2 10-1 COLUMBIA +.............................W 7-2 10-2 LEHIGH + ..................................W 3-1 10-4 WAGNER ..................................W 6-0 10-8 RHODE ISLAND .......................W 2-0 10-13 ST. JOHN’S (TV) ................ (OT) L 1-2 10-15 BUFFALO ..................................W 4-1 10-23 at Monmouth .............................. L 0-7 10-26 at Villanova ................................. L 1-3 10-31 at Lafayette................................W 2-0 + Holiday Inn Express Invit. (Champions)

1995 Sue Ryan • 5-11-2 9-2 9-4 9-6 9-8 9-10 9-13 9-15

9-19 at St. John’s................................ L 0-2 9-23 at Vermont .................................. L 0-2 9-26 at Fordham ................................. L 3-6 9-30 SIENA + ..................................W 4-0 10-1 BOSTON + .........................(OT) T 2-2 10-4 at Manhattan .............................. L 1-4 10-8 LAFAYETTE ..............................W 2-1 10-19 COLUMBIA.........................(OT) T 2-2 10-25 MONMOUTH ...................... (OT) L 0-1 10-28 at Rhode Island .......................... L 1-4 11-1 ADELPHI ..................................W 2-1 * Cornell Lanzera Classic (4th Place) + Holiday Inn Express Invit.(Champions)

1996 Sue Ryan • 5-10-2 8-31 at Marist ................................ L 1-2 9-3 VERMONT .............................. L 0-2 9-7 at Siena ................................ L 2-4 9-11 at Iona ...............................W 5-0 9-14 at Lafayette.............................. L 0-4 9-18 FORDHAM .............................. L 0-1 9-22 BUFFALO ................................ L 1-3 9-24 LEHIGH ...............................W 1-0 10-2 at Adelphi ................................ L 0-1 10-5 NORTHEASTERN +........(OT) T 2-2 10-6 ARMY + ................................ L 2-3 10-9 at Wagner ...............................W 4-3 10-14 at C.W. Post ..................... OT) T 3-3 10-16 ST. JOHN’S ............................. L 1-3 10-20 MAINE ...............................W 3-2 10-24 SOUTHAMPTON ...................W 3-1 10-30 at Columbia ............................. L 1-6 + Holiday Inn Express Invit. (2nd Place)

1997 Sue Ryan • 7-11-1 8-29 8-30 9-5 9-7 9-13 9-17 9-20 9-24 10-1 10-4 10-5 10-15 10-18 10-21 10-24 10-26 10-29 11-1 11-4

at Buffalo ................................. T 0-0 at Niagara....... ......................... L 0-1 at Fairfield................................. L 0-3 at Northeastern......................... L 0-2 at Fordham...... ......................... L 1-3 LAFAYETTE........ ....................W 6-1 at Vermont....... ......................... L 0-6 HOFSTRA......... ...................... .L 1-3 at St. John’s............................. .L 1-4 IONA........................................W 5-0 AMERICAN........ ...................... L 0-3 at Southampton... ....................W 3-0 at Lehigh..................................W 5-1 C.W. Post........ ......................... L 1-2 BINGHAMTON...... ..................W 5-2 ST. PETER’s............................ .L 1-2 ADELPHI.......... ........................ L 0-4 WAGNER........... .....................W 7-2 COLUMBIA..............................W 2-1

at Buffalo ................................... L 1-4 at St. Bonaventure...................... L 1-2 IONA ................................... L 2-7 Colgate* ................................... L 1-2 at Cornell*................................... L 0-2 at Lehigh ..................................W 2-0 at Hofstra ..................................W 2-1

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1998 Sue Ryan • 11-5-2 9-1 at C.W. Post ............................... L 1-4 9-5 FORDHAM...... ..........................W 4-0 9-9 at Iona ..... .............................W 3-1 9-11 at American.. .............................W 2-1 9-13 at Mt. St. Mary’s...... ..............W 1-0 ot 9-20 NORTHEASTERN...............W 1-0 2ot 9-24 at Hofstra....... ........................W 2-1 ot 9-26 at St. Peter’s......... .....................W 1-0 9-29 at Marist ... ............................... .L 0-1 10-3 WAGNER*............ .....................W 3-0 10-4 EAST CAROLINA*........ ............ .T 1-1 10-7 SIENA ... ...............................W 3-1 10-13 ST. JOHN’S........ .......................W 2-1 10-20 LEHIGH........ .............................W 4-0 10-27 at Columbia...... .................... L 2-3 2ot 10-31 BUFFALO..... ............................. .L 1-3 11-4 SOUTHAMPTON........... ............ T 0-0 11-14 vs. Yale#......... ............................ L 1-4 * - HIE Tournament; # ECAC Semifinals

1999 Sue Ryan • 8-11 9-1 IONA .................................W 4-1 9-5 at Northeastern.......................... L 0-2 9-8 ST. PETER’S ............................W 1-0 9-10 at Cornell. ........................ ..........L 1-4 9-12 at Albany ..... ............................W 3-0 9-15 at Fordham ......................... .......L 1-2 9-18 AMERICAN*...... ........................ L 1-2 9-19 MARIST*......... .........................W 1-0 9-25 MT. ST. MARY’S .......................W 3-2 10-5 at St. John’s.................... ........L 0-1ot 10-8 at Siena ... ..............................W 2-1 10-11 at Pennsylvania........ ................. L 0-3 10-13 HOFSTRA....... .......................... L 1-3 10-17 LOYOLA .............................. L 0-1 ot 10-19 SACRED HEART......................W 2-0 10-26 at Quinnipiac..... ................... .L 1-2 ot 10-29 vs. UNC-Wilmington#........... ..... L 2-5 10-31 vs. Florida Atlantic#........ ..........W 3-1 11/2 COLUMBIA................................ L 1-3 * - HIE Tournament; # Florida Atlantic Tournament

2000 Sue Ryan • 8-10-1 8-26 Duquesne # ..............................W 3-1 8-27 Canisius #.................................W 6-0 9-1 at UMBC .................................W 3-0 9-3 at American.. .......................... T 1-1ot 9-7 FORDHAM ........................... .....L 0-3 9-9 at Yale ........................... .......L 0-7 9-14 at Temple...... ............................. L 1-4 9-16 BUFFALO*................................ .L 0-2 9-17 BELMONT*...............................W 6-4 9-20 PENNSYLVANIA ............... ........L 0-3 9-24 SACRAMENTO ST. ................ ...L 0-3 9-27 at Lehigh...............................W 1-0 ot 9-30 ALBANY....................................W 6-0 10-10 QUINNIPIAC ......................... L 2-3 ot 10-14 CORNELL...... ......................W 2-1 ot 10-18 at Hofstra .................................. L 3-4 10-22 ST. JOHN’S.... ........................... L 2-4 10-29 at Columbia........... ...............W 3-2 ot 10-31 at Princeton........ ....................... L 0-5 * - HIE Tournament; # University of Buffalo Tourn.

2001 8-31 9-8 9-10 9-22 9-23 9-26 9-30 10-4 10-6 10-9 10-12 10-15 10-17 10-22 10-23 10-26 10-28

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Sue Ryan • 6-11-2 (4-6-1 AE) BOSTON UNIVERSITY* ........... L 1-2 at UC Irvine ............................... L 0-2 at Cal-State University............... L 0-5 at New Hampshire* ............... T 1-1 ot at Maine* .................................. L 1-4 at Princeton ............................... L 0-3 at Cornell .............................. T 1-1 ot HARTFORD* ............................. L 1-2 VERMONT* ........................... L 1-2 ot at Army .................................. L 0-1 at Towson* ................................. L 1-2 at Delaware* .............................W 1-0 YALE .................................. L 2-3 at Northeastern* .......................W 4-0 COLUMBIA...............................W 2-1 DREXEL* .................................W 4-0 at Hofstra* ............................. L 2-3 ot

11-1 at St. John’s..............................W 2-1 11-3 ALBANY* .................................W 3-2 * denotes America East game

2002 8-30 9-1 9-7 9-10 9-14 9-16 9-20 9-22 9-25 9-29 10-1 10-6 10-13 10-17 10-20 10-23 10-27 11-1 11-3 11-9 11-10

Sue Ryan • 7-11-3 (4-2-2 AE) MIAMI (OH) .................................L2-3 EASTERN MICHIGAN .............. L 0-3 CORNELL ................................. L 0-1 HOFSTRA ................................. L 0-6 at Howard .................................W 2-0 at American ............................... L 1-5 IONA .................................W 6-0 ARMY .................................. L 0-2 FAIRFIELD ............................ T 2-2 ot NORTHEASTERN* ............... T 1-1 ot ST. JOHN’S ............................... L 2-3 at Albany* .................................. L 0-2 at Boston University* ................W 1-0 BINGHAMTON*........................W 2-0 NEW HAMPSHIRE* .............. T 0-0 ot at Columbia ............................... L 0-1 MAINE* .................................W 4-1 at Vermont*...............................W 1-0 at Hartford* ................................ L 0-2 vs New Hampshire* ..........W 1-0 2ot1 at Hartford* ............................... L 0-4

* denotes America East game 1 Stony Brook won 3-0 in penalty kicks

2003 Sue Ryan • 7-11-1 (3-6-0 AE) 8-31 RUTGERS ................................. L 0-3 9-5 CORNELL ............................. T 2-2 ot 9-12 LA SALLE .................................W 3-0 9-14 ST. JOSEPH’S........................... L 0-1 9-17 LEHIGH .................................W 2-1 9-19 ST. PETER’S ............................W 3-0 9-21 TEMPLE .................................W 5-0 9-24 at St. John’s............................... L 0-2 9-26 at Fairfield.................................. L 0-1 10-2 ALBANY* .................................W 1-0 10-5 at Northeastern* ........................ L 1-5 10-11 at Binghamton* .......................... L 0-1 10-14 at Hofstra .................................. L 0-1 10-16 HARTFORD* ............................. L 0-1 10-19 at Maine * ................................. L 0-3 10-24 VERMONT* ..............................W 1-0 10-26 BOSTON UNIVERSITY*. .......... L 1-4 10-30 UMBC* .................................W 2-0 11-2 at New Hampshire* ................... L 1-2 * denotes America East game

2004 Sue Ryan • 7-8-4 (4-4-1 AE) 8-27 9-3 9-5 9-10 9-12 9-17 9-19 9-24 9-26 9-28 10-3 10-8 10-10 10-15 10-17 10-22 10-24 10-28 10-30

IONA ....... .................................W 1-0 at Lehigh .............................. L 0-1 ot CORNELL .............................. 0-0 2ot vs. Delaware1 ............................ L 1-2 at Navy .................................. L 0-1 LIU-BROOKLYN ........................ L 0-1 ST. JOHN’S ......................... T 1-1 2ot HOWARD .................................W 5-0 FAIRFIELD ...............................W 3-0 FORDHAM ......................T 1-1 (2OT) at Albany* .................................W 4-0 VERMONT* ..............................W 2-1 HARTFORD* ............................. L 2-3 at UMBC* .................................. L 1-2 at Binghamton* .........................W 2-0 at Northeastern* ........................ L 0-1 at Boston University* ........... T 0-2 2ot NEW HAMPSHIRE* .................. L 1-2 MAINE* .................................W 1-0

* denotes America East game 1 - Navy tournament at Annapolis, Md.

2005 8-26 8-28 9-2 9-5 9-9 9-11 9-14 9-16 9-18 9-21 9-25 9-29 10-2 10-6 10-13 10-16 10-20 10-23

Sue Ryan • 5-12-1 (2-6 AE) at Stetson ................................. L, 1-2 at Florida International...... T, 2-2 (2ot) at Fordham ............................. 0-0 2ot at Long Island ............................ L 1-2 SIENA ........................... .......... W, 2-0 LEHIGH ................... ................. L 0-2 ST. J.OHN’S............ ................. L, 0-1 SACRED HEART (N.Y.) ........... W,2-1 SAINT FRANCIS ..................... W, 2-0 at Central Connecticut .............. L, 1-3 BOSTON UNIVERSITY* .......... L, 0-1 at Binghamton* ......................... L, 0-3 UMBC* ................................. L, 0-3 at Maine* ................................. L 0-6 NEW HAMPSHIRE* ................. L, 0-1 at Hartford* ............................... L, 0-1 ALBANY* ................................ W, 2-0 at Vermont*.............................. W, 3-2

* denotes America East game

2006 8-25 8-27 9-1 9-3 9-8 9-10 9-15 9-17 9-20 9-22 9-28 10-1 10-5 10-12 10-15 10-19 10-22

Sue Ryan • 8-7-2 (3-4-1 AE) at Siena .............................. .....W, 2-1 at Lehigh ........................W, 3-2 (2ot) CCSU ................................. L, 0-1 at Wagner ................................ W, 7-0 TOWSON ................................ W, 2-1 PROVIDENCE.................. T, 0-0 (2ot) at Maryland............................... L, 0-2 FORDHAM ........................L,2-3 (2ot) SAINT PETER’S...................... W, 5-0 at Boston University* ................ L, 0-1 BINGHAMTON*....................... W, 1-0 at UMBC* ................................ W, 1-0 No. 23 MAINE* ................L, 1-2 (OT) at New Hampshire* .................. L, 0-1 HARTFORD* .................... T, 1-1 (2ot) at UAlbany* ............................. W, 1-0 VERMONT* ........................L, 0-1 (ot)

* denotes America East game

2007 8-31 9-4 9-7 9-9 9-14 9-16 9-21 9-26 9-30 10-4 10-7 10-11 10-14 10-18 10-21 10-28 11-1 11-4

Sue Ryan • 8-5-5 (5-2-2 AE) SIENA ...... ............................... W, 1-0 IONA ........ ............................... W, 2-0 at George Mason...................... L, 0-3 vs. Georgetown ........................ L, 0-2 at Fordham .......................W, 2-1(OT) EAST CAROLINA........... T, 0-0 (2OT) at Columbia .................... T, 0-0 (2OT) MANHATTAN ................. T, 0-0 (2OT) UMBC* ................................ W, 3-0 at Hartford* ..................... T, 0-0 (2OT) at Vermont*.............................. W, 1-0 NEW HAMPSHIRE* ................ W, 1-0 ALBANY* ................................ W, 1-0 at Binghamton* ............... T, 1-1 (2OT) BOSTON UNIVERSITY* .......... L, 0-3 at Maine* ................................. L, 0-1 MAINE! ................................ W, 2-1 at New Hampshire! ...........L, 1-2 (OT)

* denotes America East game ! America East Tournament

2008 8-22 8-28 8-31 9-4 9-7 9-12 9-16 9-18 9-21 9-28 10-2 10-9 10-12 10-16 10-19 10-23 10-26 11-2 11-8

Sue Ryan • 11-8-0 (6-2 AE) LONG ISLAND ......................... L, 0-1 at Iona .....................................W, 1-0 at Providence .......................... L, 0-2 at Manhattan .......................... W, 1-0 FORDHAM .............................. W, 2-1 at Boston College ..................... L, 0-5 BRYANT ................................. W, 2-1 at Hofstra .......................L, 0-1 (2OT) COLUMBIA............................... L, 0-4 HARTFORD* ........................... W, 1-0 at New Hampshire* .................. L, 2-3 VERMONT* ............................. W, 1-0 at UMBC* ................................ W, 2-1 at Albany* ............................... W, 3-2 at Boston University* ................ L, 0-2 BINGHAMTON*....................... W, 3-2 MAINE ................................ W, 5-0 BINGHAMTON! ....................... W, 2-0 at Boston University! ................ L, 1-2

* denotes America East game ! America East Tournament

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AAAAAAA Michele Abbatiello................................................. 89-90 Dana Adamkiewicz ................................................. 08Dominique Adamo .................................................. 08Karen Adams ........................................................ 90-91 Rebecca Aig ......................................................... 91-93 Donna Albano ............................................................ 88 Valerie Albert ............................................................. 89 Trine Allenberg ..................................................... 05-08 Deborah Aller .......................................................... 07Sara Alzate ................................................................ 97 Virginia Amandola...................................................... 97 Patricia Amato ........................................................... 86 Chris Amorin ......................................................... 91-92 Louise Anderson ................................................... 86-89 Jacqueline Anthony .............................................. 02-05 Melanie Archuleta ................................................. 02-03 Beth Arikian .......................................................... 99-02 Kate Attenberger........................................................ 05 BBBBBBB Kelly Bahnsen....................................................... 04-06 Kristin Baker ......................................................... 99-01 Brooke Barbuto..................................................... 05-08 Michele Barry........................................................ 89-90 Janice Barsha ....................................................... 85-86 Laurin Beam ......................................................... 84-86 Allison Behrens..................................................... 94-97 Katherine Bemis ........................................................ 98 Cindy Bennett ....................................................... 02-05 Danielle Bennett ................................................... 87-88 Brittany Benthin .................................................... 05-06 Maria Bernardo .......................................................... 83 Mary Bishop............................................................... 95 Ashley Blake ......................................................... 99-02 Jen Blanco ................................................................. 95 Jaclyn Boyle ......................................................... 03-06 Desiree Brida ............................................................. 96 Allyson Brodsky ......................................................... 88 CCCCCCC Annya Callahan ..................................................... 91-94 Miki Callahan ........................................................ 91-92 Tara Caminiti......................................................... 87-90 Kim Canada .......................................................... 93-94 Lauren Canino ...................................................... 00-01 Leah Canton ......................................................... 96-97 Jane Cargill........................................................... 93-96 Jen Cavallaro........................................................ 89-92 Cherie Christie ...................................................... 84-85 Christine Cleary ......................................................... 92 Amy Coakley ........................................................ 91-94 Shelby Collier ............................................................ 90 Kate Collins .......................................................... 06-08 Laura Corrigan...................................................... 92-95 Elizabeth Crunden ................................................ 87-88 Christina Cuggino ................................................. 91-92 DDDDDDD Michelle Dabe ....................................................... 98-99 Erlande David ............................................................ 95 Jamie DeForest ......................................................... 94 Lisa DeLuca............................................................... 90 Kristi Detor ........................................................... 93-96 Jennifer Divone.......................................................... 95 Nicole Dnyrowsky ...................................................... 89 Hazel-Ann Doyle........................................................ 84 Monique Donahue ................................................ 96-97 Sue Ducey ................................................................. 83 Deb Duncan............................................................... 85 Audra Dutkowsky.................................................. 96-99 Sarah Dwyer ............................................................ 07EEEEEEE Jennifer Egan .......................................................... 07Debbie Egger........................................................ 89-92 Melissa Eigen ....................................................... 96-99 Jessica Enes ........................................................ 00-01 Roni Epstein .............................................................. 83 FFFFFFF Colleen Farrell ........................................................... 95 Tiffany Fasullo ...................................................... 04-07 Barbara Fee............................................................... 84 Victoria Feliciano .................................................. 02-04 Vicky Fernandez ........................................................ 86 Rebecca Ferreira .................................................. 97-99 Karen Flynn ............................................................... 89 Chris Foley ........................................................... 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Jennifer Fontanetta............................................... 99-02 Christine Francis................................................... 87-88 Caitlyn Frank ........................................................ 06-08 Elizabeth Friedler.................................................. 96-98 GGGGGGGG Josefina Gallardo.................................................. 93-94 Katie Gampietro..................................................... 2003 Cindy Garcia ........................................................ 91, 93 Monica Garcia ...................................................... 93-94 Daniela Giuliani....................................................... 08Dorothy Going ...................................................... 83-84 Fredda Gordon .......................................................... 84 Kendra Graber ...................................................... 03-04 Kelly Grant .............................................................. 06Sarah Greenberg .................................................. 00-01 Coral Gubler ......................................................... 85-88 Joy Gueverra ........................................................ 02-04 HHHHHHH Sarah Hanover ..................................................... 99-00 Christine Hansson ................................................ 84-85 Maggie Haren ....................................................... 01-02 Yvonne Hayduscko .................................................... 92 Liz Hayes ................................................................... 83 Noreen Heiligenstadt............................................. 85-88 Amanda Hemme................................................... 05-08 Rose Hickey ......................................................... 85-88 Kim Hosig .................................................................. 93 KKKKKKK Erica Keller ........................................................... 96-98 Jodi Klein .............................................................. 94-97 Lauren Kohn .............................................................. 02 Lori Kotzen ........................................................... 98-00 Katie Kramer......................................................... 03-04 Mary Krieg ............................................................ 90-93 Lea Kyle..................................................................... 01 LLLLLLL Anita Lago ............................................................ 83-85 Eileen LaMorte .......................................................... 83 Kathleen LaRose ....................................................... 83 Jennifer Larson .......................................................... 94 Suzy Larson.......................................................... 03-04 Heather Lavery ..................................................... 89-92 Denise Laviola ...................................................... 89-92 Diedre Lawe ......................................................... 83-85 Kathleen Lawe ........................................................... 84 Danielle Lewis ...................................................... 02-05 Alexis Lindo ............................................................ 08Lisa Lucarello ............................................................ 83 Ellen Luciano ............................................................. 84 Kristin Lynch ......................................................... 98-01 MMMMMMM Erin MacFarlane ................................................... 93-94 Moira Madden............................................................ 83 Larisa Mahns ........................................................ 96-99 Lisa Mariano ......................................................... 98-01 Katelyn Martin....................................................... 02-03 Pam Martin ................................................................ 91 Janet Mazziotti........................................................... 95 Kerri McCabe........................................................ 98-01 Roxanne McGalla ...................................................... 89 Colleen McGowan ................................................ 90-94 Dawn McHugh ...................................................... 85-88 Colleen McKenna.................................................... 08Christie McMurray ................................................ 97-98 Chelsea Meints .......................................................... 05 Flor Melgar ........................................................... 85-88 Jennifer Meszaros ................................................ 89-90 Sue Ann Miles............................................................ 91 Kristin Mishrell ...................................................... 04-07 Jill Monico ............................................................. 94-95 Kristy More ................................................................ 97 Megan Murray ...................................................... 05-07 NNNNNNN Lori Nelson ........................................................... 99-02 Sherrie Nolan............................................................. 84 Brittany Norwood .................................................. 01-03 Danielle Nouri ............................................................ 03 Marisa Nucci ......................................................... 03-06 OOOOOOO Catherine Oliveri ........................................................ 89 Maha Osman ........................................................ 95-97 Jamie Owen.......................................................... 95-98 PPPPPPP Morlene Page ....................................................... 85-88

Lisa Paladino ........................................................ 86-89 Kristen Palmisano................................................. 89-91 Julie Passanante .................................................. 97-98 Renee Pelletier ..................................................... 99-00 Ginamarie Pepe.................................................... 94-95 Debbie Persche .................................................... 90-91 Denise Peters ............................................................ 83 Lana Peterson ...................................................... 89-92 Karyn Piasecki ........................................................... 88 Amanda Piccirillo, ................................................. 95-98 Deborah Piagentini .................................................... 86 Kristine Prazak .................................................... 92-93 Stephanie Prezdwiecki .............................................. 86 RRRRRRRR Christine Reardon................................................. 86-89 Kelly Ann Redmond ................................................... 92 Celeste Rice ......................................................... 83-85 Laurie Rock ............................................................... 89 Jess Rogers.......................................................... 03-04 Janine Rollins ....................................................... 98-99 Samantha Roos .................................................... 05-06 Janine Royal ......................................................... 93-94 Jenn Ruell.................................................................. 95 Adrienne Ruggieri ................................................. 89-90 Rosie Russell............................................................. 83 Donna Rutz........................................................... 85-86 SSSSSSS Sue Scheer ........................................................... 90-93 Cindy Schwart ........................................................... 88 Erin Schnitzenbaumer ............................................... 97 Kerri Scroope........................................................ 96-97 Kirsandra Seaton .................................................. 02-05 Julie Sentochnik ........................................................ 86 Lynn Shafer ............................................................... 83 Lisa Shaffer .......................................................... 86-89 Marissa Shibley .................................................... 06-07 Krista Shilts........................................................... 04-07 Julie Shropshire ......................................................... 83 Rachel Silverman.................................................... 08Morgan Sims ........................................................... 07Ann Smith .................................................................. 84 Stacey Smith ............................................................. 86 Stephanie Smyrl ................................................... 99-02 Lindsay Snow ............................................................ 05 Emily Snyde.......................................................... 99-02 Kim Stahl ................................................................... 94 Karen Strat ................................................................ 08 Michelle Striefsky ................................................... 06Jennifer Sullivan ........................................................ 93 Gina Swenson ........................................................... 95 Pam Szatanek ........................................................... 91 TTTTTTTT Aria Tanzi .............................................................. 06-07 Danielle Tenaglia .................................................... 07Vicki Teraco ............................................................... 83 Alexandra Teti ......................................................... 06Dawne Thomas .................................................... 94-95 Jackie Timmes ...................................................... 06-07 Wendy Todoric ........................................................... 97 Aisling Toolan ............................................................ 07 Gina Trigian ............................................................... 83 Marie Turchiano .................................................... 88-90 Michele Turchiano.................................................... 87-90 VVVVVVV Elizabeth Valencia .................................................. 07Chelsea Van Horn ................................................ 03-05 Felicia Vinc ................................................................ 95 Marisa Viola............................................................. 06WWWWWWW Stephanie Weiss........................................................ 84 Donna Welch ............................................................. 84 Erin Wheeler .............................................................. 93 Dana White ........................................................... 01-02 Brett Wolfson ............................................................. 97 Alexa Woolley ......................................................... 08Kara Wrieth................................................................ 91 YYYYYYYYY Marti Yeage.......................................................... 97-00 Jodi Yerys ............................................................. 94-96 Stephanie Younker .................................................... 94 Leanna Yust.......................................................... 01-03 ZZZZZZZ Krisha Zagura ....................................................... 99-02 Nancy Zimmer ........................................................... 86

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Team Adelphi Albany Allegheny American Army Barry Belmont Binghamton Boston University Boston College Bryant Buffalo C.W. Post California-Davis California St.-Fullerton California-Irvine California-Sacramento California-San Diego Canisius Central Connecticut Colgate Columbia Cornell Cortland State Curry Dartmouth Delaware Drexel Duquesne East Carolina Eastern Michigan Fairfield Farmingdale Florida Atlantic Florida International Fordham Franklin & Marshall Geneseo George Mason Georgetown George Washington Hamilton Hartford Hartwick Hofstra Howard Iona Ithaca Kean Lafayette LaSalle Lehigh LIU-Brooklyn Loyola Maine Manhattan Manhattanville

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Rec. 2-11 10-1 1-0 1-4-1 2-4-2 0-1 1-0 5-3-1 1-7-2 0-6 1-0 1-5-1 0-2-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-2 0-4 10-8-3 1-4-2 1-1 1-1 0-1 3-3 1-0 1-0 0-0-2 0-1 1-2-1 3-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 3-7-1 1-0 0-1 0-2 0-1 1-3 2-0 1-8-2 1-0 3-8 2-0 13-2-1 3-3 2-3 4-1 2-0 9-3 0-3 0-1 7-6 2-1-1 3-4

Streak L2 W6 W1 L1 L4 L1 W1 W2 L4 L6 W1 L2 L2 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 W1 L2 L4 L1 T1 W1 L1 L1 L1 W1 W2 T2 L1 W1 W1 T1 T1 W2 W1 L1 L2 L1 L1 W2 W1 W1 L6 W2 W8 L1 W2 W1 W2 W1 L3 L1 W2 W1 W3

Last W 11-1-95 10-16-08 9-20-87 9-11-98 9-9-87 --------9-17-00 11-2-08 11-8-08 --------9-16-08 10-15-94 ------------------------------------------8-27-00 -----------------10-23-01 10-14-00 10-22-88 9-20-86 -------10-15-01 10-26-01 8-26-00 ------------9-26-04 10-29-85 10-31-99 10-5-90 9-7-08 9-24-88 ---------------------10-27-91 10-25-88 9-28-08 9-28-88 9-24-98 9-24-04 8-28-08 10-15-88 10-7-88 9-17-97 9-12-03 8-27-06 --------

Last L 10-29-97 10-6-02 --------9-15-02 9-22-02 10-7-90 9-29-05 10-21-07 9-12-08 ---------9-16-00 9-1-98 9-26-92 10-10-01 9-08-01 9-24-00 9-25-88 9-1-06 9-8-95 9-21-08 9-7-02 10-25-87 10-15-87 9-23-91 9-10-04 ----------------9-1-02 9-26-03 1984

9-24-89 9-17-06 -------11-7-86 9-7-07 9-9-07 10-17-92 -------10-16-05 ------9-18-08 ------9-6-95 10-30-88 1984 9-14-96 ------9-11-05 8-22-08 10-17-99 10-26-08 10-28-07 9-4-08 10-4-95 10-12-88 10-16-85

Team Rec. Marist 1-2 Maryland 0-1 Miami (OH) 0-1 Monmouth 0-9 Mt. St. Mary’s 2-0 Nassau CC 0-2 Navy 0-1 New Hampshire 2-7-3 Niagara 1-1 No. Carolina Wesleyan 1-0 No. Carolina-Wilmington 0-1 Northeastern 2-4-2 Pennsylvania 0-2 Plymouth State 0-1 Princeton 0-6 Providence 0-1-1 Quinnipiac 0-2 Rhode Island 3-3 Roanoke 1-0 Rochester Inst. Tech. 1-0 Rutgers 0-4 St. Bonaventure 1-1-1 St. Francis 1-0 St. John’s 8-11-3 St. Joseph’s 0-1 St. Lawrence 1-2 St. Peters 5-1 Sacred Heart 2-0 San Francisco 0-1 Scranton 1-1-2 Seton Hall 1-0 Siena 9-2 Skidmore 1-1 Southampton 6-7-2 Springfield 0-1 Stetson 0-1 Suffolk CC 2-0-2 Temple 1-1 Towson 1-1 UMBC 5-3 Union 1-0 Vassar 2-1 Vermont 6-10 Wagner 5-0 W. Virginia Wesleyan 1-0 William Smith 0-2 Yale 0-6 2009 Opponents in Bold

Streak W1 L1 L1 L9 W2 L2 L1 L2 L1 W1 L1 L2 L2 L1 L6 L1 L2 L1 W1 W1 L4 L1 W1 L1 L1 L1 W4 W2 L1 W1 W1 W5 W1 W2 L1 L1 T1 W1 W1 W3 W1 W2 W2 W5 W1 L2 L6

Last W 9-19-99 ------------9-25-99 ------------10-11-07 10-27-89 10-11-87 -------10-22-01 -----------------------------------10-8-94 9-11-88 9-20-86 ------9-24-94 9-18-05 10-13-98 -------11-1-87 9-20-06 9-16-05 -------9-10-88 9-4-94 8-31-07 9-18-88 10-5-97 ---------------9-17-83 9-21-04 9-8-06 10-12-08 10-18-86 10-4-86 10-9-08 9-3-06 10-7-89 -------------

Last L 9-29-98 9-15-06 8-30-02 10-25-95 -------1984 9-12-04 10-2-08 8-30-97 ------10-29-99 10-22-04 9-20-00 10-10-88 9-26-01 8-31-08 10-10-00 10-28-95 ------------8-31-03 9-4-95 ---------9-14-05 9-14-03 10-5-99 10-26-97 ---------9-27-92 9-10-85 ------9-7-96 1984 9-25-90 10-11-92 8-26-05 ------9-14-00 10-12-01 10-2-05 ------1984 10-22-06 ------------9-17-88 11-17-01

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Albany Great Danes

October 18 Stony Brook, N.Y. 2 p.m. School Information Location: Albany, N.Y. Enrollment: 12,748 Athletic Director: Lee McElroy Colors: Purple and Gold Conference: America East President: George Philip Team Information Head Coach: Mary Frances-Monroe Record at School/Yrs.: 13-40/3 Overall Record/Yrs.: 13-40/3 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 3-17 (1-7) Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Matt Chmura E-mail: mchmura@uamail.albany.edu Phone: (518) 442-3359

Binghamton Bearcats

October 4 Vestal, N.Y. 1 p.m. School Information Location: Vestal, N.Y. Enrollment: 14.435 Athletic Director: Dr. Joel Thirer Colors: Dark Green, Black & White Conference: America East President: Dr. Lois B. DeFleur Team Information Head Coach: Sarah McClellan Record at School/Yrs.: 8-9-1/1 Overall Record/Yrs.: Same 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 8-9-1 (3-5-0) Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: John Hartrick E-mail: hartrick@binghamton.edu Phone: 607-777-6800

East Carolina Pirates

Fairfield Stags

September 4 G Greenville, N.C. 4 p.m.

September 20 Fairfield, Conn. 1 p.m.

School Information Location: Greenville, N.C. Enrollment: 25.990 Athletic Director: Terry Holland Colors: Purple & Gold Conference: Conference USA Chancellor: Dr. Steven Ballard Team Information Head Coach: Rob Donnenwirth Record at School/Yrs.: 98-71-27/10 Overall Record/Yrs.: 160-97-36/15 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 14-4-4 (7-0-4) Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Sarah Fetters E-mail: fetterss@ecu.edu Phone: (252) 737-4520

Iona Gaels

August 21 Stony Brook, N.Y. St 7 p.m. School Information Location: New Rochelle, NY Enrollment: 3,322 Athletic Director: Patrick Lyons Colors: Maroon & Gold Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic President: Br. James A. Liguori Team Information Head Coach: Eric Teepe Record at School/Yrs.: 13-41-5/3 Overall Record/Yrs.: Same 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 4-16-0 (3-6-0) Starters Returning/Lost: 10/1 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Jessica Rosenberg E-mail: jrosenberg@iona.edu Phone: (914) 633-2310

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School Information Location: Fairfield, Conn. Enrollment: 3,300 Athletic Director: Eugene P. Doris Colors: Cardinal Red Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference President: Jeffrey von Arx, S.J. Team Information Head Coach: Jim O’Brien Record at School/Yrs.: 45-26-12/4 Overall Record/Yrs.: 150-82-21/13 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 15-5-3 (7-2-0) Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Chris O’Connor E-mail: coconnor@mail.fairfield.edu Phone: 203-254-4000 ext. 2878

Maine Black Bears

October 22 Orono, Maine 3 p.m. School Information Location: Orono, Maine Enrollment: 12,000 Athletic Director: Blake James Colors: Blue and White Conference: America East President: Dr. Robert Kennedy Team Information Head Coach: Scott Atherley Record at School/Yrs.: 84-72-22 /10 Overall Record/Yrs.: 127-139-29 /16 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 6-6-7 (3-3-1) Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Andrew Mahoney E-mail: (207) 581-4158 Phone: Andrew.Mahoney@umit.maine.edu

Boston University Bo Terriers

October 15 Stony Brook, N.Y. St 7 p.m. School Information Location: Boston, Mass. Enrollment: 16,572 Athletic Director: Mike Lynch Colors: Scarlet & White Conference: America East President: Robert A. Brown Team Information Head Coach: Nancy Feldman Record at Schoo/Yrs.:175-87-26/14 Overall Record/Yrs.: 268-106-34/21 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 15-6-1 (8-0-0) Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Stefanie Howlett E-mail: howlett@bu.edu Phone: 617-353-7787

Hartford Hawks

October 1 W. Hartford, Conn. 6 p.m. School Information Location: West Hartford, Conn. Enrollment: 4,796 Athletic Director: Patricia H. Meiser Colors: Scarlet & White Conference: America East President: Dr. Walter Harrison Team Information Head Coach: John Natale Record at School/Yrs.: 34-46-15 Overall Record/Yrs.: Same 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 8-6-5 (4-3-1) Starters Returning/Lost: NA Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Dave Longolucco E-mail: longolucc@hartford.edu Phone: 860-768-4620

New Hampshire N Wildcats

September 27 St Stony Brook, N.Y. 2 p.m. School Information Location: Durham, N.H. Enrollment: 11,622 Athletic Director: Marty Scarano Colors: Blue & White Conference: America East President: Mark Huddleston Team Information Head Coach: Michael Jackson Record at School/Yrs.: 109-136-24/14 Overall Record/Yrs.: Same 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 6-11-1 (5-3) Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Eric Coplin E-mail: eric.coplin@unh.edu Phone: (603) 862-0717

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N. Carolina State Wolfpack

September 6 Raleigh, N.C. 1 p.m. School Information Location: Raleigh, N.C. Enrollment: 32.782 Athletic Director: Lee Fowler Colors: Red and White Conference: ACC Chancellor: Dr. Jim Woodward Team Information Head Coach: Steve Springthorpe Record at School/Years: First year Overall Record/Years: 52-40-12/5 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 8-12 (0-10) Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Mark Kimmel E-mail: mark_kimmel@ncsu.edu Phone: 919-515-1183

Rutgers S Scarlet Knights

August 30 P Piscataway, N.J. 7 p.m. School Information Location: New Brunswick, N.J. Enrollment: 52,471 Athletic Director: Robert E. Mulcahy III Colors: Scarlet Conference: Big East President: Dr. Richard L. McCormick Team Information Head Coach: Glenn Crooks Record at School/Yrs.: 100-70-22/9 Overall Record/Yrs.: 145-125-30/16 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 13-7-2 (7-3-1) Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Allison Miller E-mail: amiller@scarletknights.com Phone: 732-445-4200

Vermont Catamounts

October 11 Burlington, Vt. B 1 p.m. School Information Location: Burlington, Vt. Enrollment: 9,040 Athletic Director: Dr. Robert Corran Colors: Green & Gold Conference: America East President: Dr. Daniel Mark Fogel Team Information Head Coach: Kwame Lloyd Record at School/Yrs.: 4-13-1/1 Overall Record/Yrs.: 102-137-10/14 yrs 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 4-13-1 (2-5-1) Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Lisa Champagne E-mail: lisa.champagne@uvm.edu Phone: (802) 656-1818

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Providence Friars

September 13 St Stony Brook, N.Y. 2 p.m. School Information Location: Providence, R.I. Enrollment: 3,966 Athletic Director: Robert G. Driscoll, Jr. Colors: Black, White & Silver Conference: Big East President: Reverend Brian J. Shanley, O.P. Team Information Head Coach: Jim McGirr Record at School/Yrs.: 18-41-11/4 Overall Record/Yrs.: Same 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 6-8-3 (1-7-3) Starters Returning/Lost: NA Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: NA E-mail: Phone:

Sacred Heart Pioneers

September 18 St Stony Brook, N.Y. 7 p.m. School Information Location: Fairfield, Conn. Enrollment: 3,400 Athletic Director: C. Donald Cook Colors: Red & White Conference: Northeast President: Dr. Anthony J. Cernera Team Information Head Coach: Kim Banner Record at School/Yrs.: 20-49-10/4 Overall Record/Yrs.: Same 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 2-14-4 (1-6-2) Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Shaun Ihasz E-mail: ihaszs@sacredheart.edu Phone: 203-365-4464

Yale Bulldogs

September 16 New Haven, Conn. Ne 7 p.m. School Information Location: New Haven, Conn. Enrollment: 5.316 Athletic Director: Frank McLaughlin Colors: Yale Blue Conference: Ivy President: Richard C. Levin Team Information Head Coach: Rudy Meredith Record at School/Yrs.: 146-89-16/14 Overall Record/Yrs.: Same 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 8-7-2 (1-4-1) Starters Returning/Lost: NA Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: NA E-mail: Phone:

Quinnipiac Bobcats

September 10 Stony Brook, N.Y. St 7 p.m. School Information Location: Hamden, Conn. Enrollment: 7,500 Athletic Director: Jack McDonald Colors: Blue & Gold Conference: Northeast President: Dr. John L. Lahey Team Information Head Coach: Dave Clarke Record at School/Yrs.: 81-70-13/10 Overall Record/Yrs: Same 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 7-7-2 (3-4-2) Starters Returning/Lost: 10/1 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Jill Seward E-mail: jill.seward@quinnipiac.edu Phone: (203) 582-5387

UMBC Retrievers

October 8 Stony Brook, N.Y. 7 p.m. School Information Location: Baltimore, Md. Enrollment: 12,300 Athletic Director: Dr. Charles Brown Colors: Black & Gold Conference: America East President: Dr. Freeman Hrabowski Team Information Head Coach: Alyssa Radu Record at School/Yrs: 3-16/1 Overall Record/Yrs.: 21-59-6/5 2008 Record (Conf. Rec.): 3-16 (2-6) Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Jessica Bernheim E-mail: jbernheim@umbc.edu Phone: 410-455-2639

America East Conference

Cambridge, Mass. Ca

School Information Location: Cambridge, Mass. Enrollment: 7,652 Commissioner: Patrick Nero Media Relations Information Media Relations Contact: Sean Tainsh E-mail: tainsh@americaeast.com Phone: (617) 695-6369 (ext. 121)

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Directions To Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium By Car Take the Long Island Expressway (Route 495) to Exit 62; follow Nicolls Road (Route 97) north for nine miles. Make a left into the north entrance to the campus (third entrance). At the top of the hill make a left. Proceed to next stop sign and make a right. Seawolves Stadium is approximately 1/4 mile on your right. Parking adjacent to stadium. Ferry Connection Connecticut car ferries run from Bridgeport to Port Jefferson (631-473-0286) and from New London to Orient Point (631-323-2415); call for schedules, reservations. By Railroad Take the Long Island Rail Road's Port Jefferson line to Stony Brook. Seawolves Field is directly across from the station. By Bus Call Suffolk County Transit (631-360-5700) for schedules, rates, and routes for buses to campus from many local towns. By Air Land at Kennedy or LaGuardia Airport, 50 miles west of campus, or at Long Island MacArthur Airport (631-467-6161), 16.5 miles south of campus. All airports offer limousine and/or taxi service to campus.

* Stony Brook Stony Brook is located 50 miles east of New York City on Long Island's beautiful north shore. The charm of modern-day Stony Brook has its origins in 1940 when philanthropist Ward Melville set out to create "a living Williamsburg" with a blend of housing, business, education and culture for all to enjoy. More than half a century later Stony Brook's distinctive lifestyle endures. Whether you are interested in browsing, shopping, museum-going or just relaxing with friends at the beach, Stony Brook offers a wide range of experiences for students, visitors and year-round residents.

ALUMS OF NOTE Suzy Benzinger '80 A costume designer for major motions pictures and Broadway shows, was encouraged to go into the field by the chair of Stony Brook's Theatre Department. Her credits include Miss Saigon and Deconstructing Harry. Has designed costumes for Whitney Houston, Elton John and Paula Abdul. Barry Cozier, '71 Justice of the New York State Supreme Court. Beginning with a small private practice, he was later appointed to Family Court in New York City. He specializes in issues pertaining to young people and trouble families. Recently named to panel for judicial appointment. Richard L. Gelfond '76 Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer of IMAX Corporation, developer of 3-D movie technology. Recent IMAX giant-screen movies include The Matrix Reloaded and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Has recently signed theater deals in China and Siberia.

Dario Gonzalez, M.D. '79 One of the primary medical examiners at the Oklahoma City bombing in 1999. Following September 11, he was medical director at Ground Zero. His specialty: Emergency Medicine. Has lectured all around the world. Scott Higham, '82 Won Journalism's coveted Pulitzer Prize for a series of articles exposing flaws in the District of Columbia's child protection system in 2002. As an undergraduate he was editor of The Stony Brook Press. Currently works for the Washington Post. Carolyn Porco, '74 Professor of Planetary Sciences at the University of Arizona and a Visiting Associate at CalTech. She is leader of the Imaging Team for the Cassini mission to Saturn, and a specialist on planetary ring systems. Called a "leader in spacecraft exploration"

Joe Nathan, '97 Closer for the Minnesota Twins. Former Stony Brook baseball standout has emerged as one of the best relievers in baseball. Has pitched in four all-star games and the World Baseball Classic.

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University President Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. 1st year at Stony Brook Chicago ‘76 Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., began his duties as the fifth President of Stony Brook on July 1, 2009, succeeding Shirley Strum Kenny, Ph.D. who retired after 15 years in the position. Prior to his arrival at Stony Brook, Dr. Stanley held the position of Vice Chancellor for Research and Professor in the Department of Molecular Microbiology at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. As Vice Chancellor for Research at Wa s h ington University, Dr. Stanley is credited with substantially advancing the research enterprise. In this role, he oversaw a research portfolio of $548 million, including $391 million in NIH funding. His responsibilities encompassed a broad array of activities associated with the management of these extramural research funds, including, but not limited to, the full range of matters related to undergraduate, graduate, and faculty research, and technology transfer. Since 2003, Dr. Stanley has also served as Direc-

Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Randall Susman Seventh year at Stony Brook U.C. Davis ‘70 Dr. Randall Susman enters his seventh ye as the Faculty Athletic Representative year at Stony Brook University. Susman is Professor of Anatomical Sciences in the School fes of Medicine. His research activities span the fossil evidence of early human evolution in fos Africa, studies of wild apes in central Africa, Af and the comparative anatomy of humans an and our closest relatives, the African apes. an His publications appear appe in numerous professional journals, the popular press, and he is a regular contributor to the World Book Encyclopedia. Susman has taught human anatomy, hu-

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tor of the National Institutes of Health-funded Midwest Regional Center for Excellence for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases. Dr. Stanley received his B.A. with honors in biology in 1976 from the University of Chicago and his M.D. in 1980 from Harvard Medical School. After his internship at Massachusetts General Hospital, he was named a Fellow in Infectious Diseases at Washington University School of Medicine. The author and co-author of dozens of peer-reviewed articles and scholarly publications, Dr. Stanley is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Burrough’s Welcome Scholar Award in Molecular Parasitology and the Distinguished Service Teaching Award from the Students at Washington University. He sits on a number of community, regional, and national science advisory boards, including the NIH National Advisory Allergy & Infectious Diseases Council; the U.S. Department of Commerce Emerging Technology and Research Advisory Committee; Research Alliance of Missouri; Saint Louis Academy of Science; and St. Louis Center of Excellence, Missouri Life Sciences Trust Fund, and is an Ambassador for the Paul G. Rogers Society for Global Health Research.. Dr. Stanley is married to Ellen Li, M.D. Ph.D., a world renowned gastroenterologist and researcher who is also a Professor at Washington University’s School of Medicine. Drs. Stanley and Li are the parents of four children.

man evolution, anatomy for artists, and other courses at Stony Brook over the past 28 years. He is a member of the graduate programs in Anthropological Sciences and Ecology and Evolution in addition to the graduate program in Anatomical Sciences in the Health Science Center. He has served as Director of the graduate programs in Anatomical Sciences and the Doctoral Program in Anthropological Sciences. For the past five years he has served as Stony Brook's Faculty Athletic Representative. Susman received his bachelor of arts degree in biological anthropology from U.C. Davis in 1970. He did his postgraduate work at the University of Chicago where he earned both his masters and Ph.D. in evolutionary anthropology. He earned his law degree from the Jacob Fuchsberg Law Center at Touro College in 1988.

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Stony Brook Sports Medicine Certified Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC’s) are the liaison between the student-athlete and the medical community. The primary goal of the sports medicine staff is to provide health care for student-athletes competing at the intercollegiate level for Stony Brook University. The Seawolves sports medicine staff consists of BOC (Board of Certification) certified athletic trainers and athletic training students from the Athletic Training Education Program who are under the supervision and direction of Dr. Stuart Cherney, Head Team Physician, In addition, the Stony Brook Student Health Service and many medical specialists in the community assist the athletic trainers and team physicians in providing quality health care for the Seawolves. Athletic trainers are an integral part of every intercollegiate athletic program to ensure that student-athletes are competing in a safe and healthy environment. Each Stony Brook studentathlete is monitored with yearly athletic physicals, medical questionnaires, and orthopaedic baseline examinations. On a daily basis, the sports medicine staff directly supervises all high-risk sport activities and serves as the primary healthcare practitioner for all student-athletes. Preventive measures are taken to reduce the risk of injury and/or re-injury. Should a student-athlete become injured, the certified athletic trainer recognizes and diagnoses the injury, provides immediate care, makes a timely referral (if necessary), initiates treatment and develops/directs a rehabilitation plan for all injuries. Education of student-athletes is extremely important in the areas of injury prevention, nutrition, hygiene, substance abuse, etc. This is coordinated through the done through the sports medicine staff. Stony Brook University has two (2) Athletic Training Rooms. Both have state of the art equipment for injury treatment, such as cold compression units, electrical modalities and emergency equipment. The Intercollegiate Athletic Training Room is located in the Indoor Sports Complex just off the Arena floor to the rear of the building. It houses more specialized rehabilitation devices such as: Biodex, treadmill, exercise bikes, balance devices, and Exogen units; as well as a diagnostic Flouroscan machine. The Stadium Athletic Training Room is located on the field level of the LaValle Stadium. Both facilities are fully equipped and functional for everyday practice and game-day operations. Stony Brook University, through the School of Health Technology and Management, offers an Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP), which became CAATE accredited in September 2004. The program has four full time faculty members in addition to several adjunct professors with an Athletic Training Lab to help guide the ATEP students towards becoming Certified Athletic Trainers. A notable alumnus of the Stony Brook athletic training program is Lisa White, MA, ATC, Stony Brook '87, inducted into the Stony Brook Hall of Fame in May '98. Lisa is the Head Athletic Trainer with the WNBA New York Liberty. Lisa was a superb student athletic trainer during her undergraduate years at Stony Brook, where she also excelled in Women's Basketball. In addition, several other alumni of the Athletic Training program have gone on to become certified athletic trainers at the high school, college and clinic levels, as well as entered other allied health care professions such as: medical doctor, physician assistant, physical therapy, occupational therapy and respiratory therapy.

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Assistant Director of Athletics For Sports Medicine Kathy Koshansky 25th year at Stony Brook Kathyy Koshansky was named assistant director of athletics for sports medicine in November of 2004. A member of the Stony Brook athletic training staff since 1983, Koshansky serves as the Seawolves head athletic trainer and athletic training education program director. Koshansky is the primary athletic trainer for football and men’s lacrosse and is responsible for the overall operation of the athletic training room at Stony Brook. A tenured associate professor and the Athletic Training Education Program Director at Stony Brook, Koshansky received the prestigious President’s and Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching in 1989. The newly CAAHEP accredited Athletic Training Education Program, which is offered through the School of Health Technology and Management at the Stony Brook Health Science Center, was developed by Koshansky. Koshansky, who has been a National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification (NATABOC) certified athletic trainer since 1983, became a New York State certified athletic trainer in 1999 and has served as treasurer and president of the NYSATA. Koshansky was recently named the Head Athletic Trainer for the Empire State Games. The largest competition of its kind in the nation, the Games is a multi-sport event for amateur athletes patterned after the Olympic program. In January of 2005, Koshansky was awarded the Thomas J. Sheehan Award by the New York State Athletic Trainers Association (NYSATA). The award, which is the highest given out by the NYSATA, is presented to the athletic trainer whose character, commitment and achievements in the athletic training profession clearly exemplify the traits of Thomas J. Sheehan Sr., the long-time Head Athletic Trainer at RPI and one of the founding fathers of the athletic training profession and NYSATA. In June 2000, Koshansky was selected to volunteer as an athletic trainer for the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, NY. On behalf of the United States Olympic Committee’s Sports Medicine Division and Sports Medicine Advisory Committee, Koshansky was also selected as a member of the USA Medical Staff for the 2003 Pan American Games held Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. She is a graduate of Cortland State with a bachelor’s degree in physical education/athletic training and the University of Illinois with a master’s degree in physical education/exercise physiology. STONY BROOK SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF Head Team Physician Head Athletic Trainer Dr. Stuart B. Cherney Kathy Koshansky, ATC Associated Physicians Associate Athletic Trainer Dr. James Penna Mary Tovornik, ATC Dr. Joseph White Assistant Athletic Trainers Dr. Donna Meltzer Roy Flores, ATC Dr. Mark Wolff Eric Lehnert, ATC BJ Ercolino, ATC Brandon Mitchell, ATC

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Director of Athletics Jim Fiore 6th year at Stony Brook hofstra '91 On O n JJuly uly l 23 23, 20 2003 2003, 03, President Presid identt Shirley Shiirlley Strum Sh Kenny introduced Jim Fiore as the ninth Director of Athletics in Stony Brook University history stating "Jim has the energy, drive, enthusiasm and intelligence to take this program, in the tradition of Stony Brook, very far, very fast." At the time of his hire Fiore was one of the youngest Directors of Athletics in NCAA Division I. Since his arrival at Stony Book from Princeton University in August 2003, Fiore has hit the ground running and pointed Stony Brook on an aggressive course for success in all aspects of intercollegiate athletics. He has undertaken a major restructuring of the intercollegiate athletics program including the hiring of new coaching and administrative staff, dramatic facility upgrades and improved revenue generation. Fiore's vision for Stony Brook Athletics has resulted in unprecedented growth for the program. Following its championship season in 2005, the football program was elevated to the NCAA Division 1 full scholarship level and in April 2006, Fiore announced that the program would upgrade to Independent status for the 2007 season and accepted an invitation into the Big South Conference as an associate member for football only in 2008. In doing so, he has assured the long-term future of Stony Brook football, enabling the program to compete for a national championship alongside institutions with similar academic and athletic standards. In addition, his dynamic imaging and branding campaign has given Stony Brook Athletics a national scope. During the 2005-2006 academic year, Stony Brook inked a multi year agreement with Madison Square Garden (MSG) Network to broadcast Seawolves athletics, the first television deal in the program's history. In January 2006, the department also launched The Stony Brook Sports Report, a 30-week television show that is produced on campus and aired nationally on CBSTV. Fiore also spearheaded the bid that resulted in Stony Brook being awarded the opportunity to host the NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse North Quarterfinals in May 2006. Fiore's grand design has produced dramatic results and a series of firsts for Stony Brook. In 2004 the baseball team won its first America East title and went to the NCAA Tournament. In the fall of 2005, the football program secured its first-ever conference title in its Division I history. On the same day that the football team won a championship, the men's soccer team capped off its regular season title by capturing its first America East tournament crown to earn an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. The men's soccer team went on to notch Stony Brook's first NCAA playoff victory with a first-round win over Yale. Success continued during the winter months as the women's basketball team put together the second-best turnaround in Division I, going from 8-20

Fiore: At A Glance Date July 23, 2003 1999 - July 2003 June 1995 - 1999 July 1994 - July 1995 Dec. 1994 - Jan. 1995 May 1993 - Sept. 1993

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in 2004-2005 to a 20-10 mark in 2005-2006. Along the way, the team defeated nationally-ranked Temple en route to receiving the program's first-ever postseason bid, a trip to the 2006 WNIT. In the spring of 2005, the men's lacrosse team garnered its first-ever Top 20 ranking in the 16-year history of the program and is now regularly ranked in the top-20. Under Fiore's leadership Stony Brook won its first ever Division I conference championships in women's sports in 2007 as the women's lacrosse, cross country and volleyball teams all won titles. Fiore has also turned his attention to department-wide fundraising efforts, with his efforts seeing a dramatic increase in major gifts, annual giving revenue and overall volume of donors. In an effort to take a lead role in the university's $300 million capital campaign, the Department of Athletics has secured several major gifts, three of which were the largest philanthropic gifts given to athletics in its history. In July 2005, the athletic department adopted a new philosophy for the annual Providing Athletes With Support (P.A.W.S.) fundraising campaign, a philosophy that streamlined the annual fundraising process to prepare Stony Brook to exceed all fundraising expectations in the future. In addition, he created the Athletic Director Advisory Council; a 19-member board comprised of Stony Brook alumni, staff and community members that will advise Fiore in the fundraising advancement process. His attention to the bottom line resulted in a new athletic department budget process that relieved the department of a multi million dollar debt and an annual systemic deficit, resulting in a balanced budget. The first time that Stony Brook has realized that goal since moving to the Division I level. Fiore has seen the department balance its budget every year since 2004 and has overseen a dramatic budget growth to $23 million. Beginning in the '04-'05 academic year Stony Brook University Athletics realized a near 20 percent increase in its operating budget due to new revenue streams for the department. Additionally, Stony Brook has teamed up with Islanders Media Inc. as the athletic department continues to nurture and foster strong bonds with the Long Island corporate community. Fiore has secured $30 million from New York State for athletic facility renovations to the Stony Brook University Basketball Arena, Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium and various other athletic facilities. In December 2003, Stony Brook retained HOK, the premier sports architectural firm in the nation, to formulate and develop a master plan for the future of Stony Brook athletic facilities. The blueprint has taken hold: Stony Brook unveiled the new Goldstein Student-Athlete Development Center in the spring of 2006, a center made possible through a gift from Stony Brook alum and former All-American squash player Stuart Goldstein '74. The 6,000-square foot state-of-the-art facility can accommodate over 400 student-athletes and features a computer lab, a study hall/ multipurpose function room, a career resource/library area and several private tutor rooms, the men’s and women’s basketball programs received state of the art locker rooms, lounges and video rooms in fall 2008, a $1.2 million renovation to the Pritchard Gymnasium basketball/ volleyball complex was completed in November 2008, the football, men's lacrosse, women's lacrosse and visiting team locker rooms in LaValle Stadium were redesigned and enhanced for $1,000,000. The baseball/ softball complex received a facelift with the addition of new bleachers and press boxes, the strength and conditioning facility was renovated and expanded, plans for a $6 million expansion to Kenneth P. LaValle

Position Held Named Stony Brook's Ninth Director of Athletics Princeton University Senior Associate Director of Athletics Dartmouth College Assistant Director of Athletics Princeton University Administrative Asst. to the Dept. of Athletics Fordham University Athletic Administration Intern National Invitation Tournament Asst. to the Executive Director Stony Brook University

Stadium that will include increased seating by 2,000 and new Club and V.I.P. seating. Additionally a $20 million renovation of the Stony Brook University Basketball arena will commence Spring 2009. The baseball field will be enhanced, renovated and re-named in honor of Joe Nathan and his $500K major gift to the Athletic Department and specifically the baseball program. Under Fiore's leadership, Stony Brook student-athletes have also attained new levels of achievement in the classroom. Since his arrival to Stony Brook, the GPA for America East Seawolf student-athletes has risen from 2.86 in 2003 to a 3.08 in the Fall of 2008. In the fall of 2008, 15 of 20 teams earned team GPAs above 3.0 and 57 percent of Stony Brook's America East Fall student-athletes were named to the America East Honor Roll or the America East Commissioner's Honor Roll for earning above a 3.0 or 3.5 GPA respectively. The '07-'08 academic year proved to be Stony Brook's most successful season academically as its student-athletes compiled a department best overall G.P.A. of 3.06 and saw over 250 student-athletes named to the America East Honor Rolls - the most since joining the America East in 2001. Coinciding with this success, the 6,000-square foot state-of-the-art Goldstein Student-Athlete Development Center has proven to be an advantage in recruiting and for current Seawolves student-athletes. During his tenure, Fiore has instituted a "Book of the Year" program for coaches and staff which highlight important topics relevant to professional and personal development, culminating with the author's visit to campus and discussion with the entire staff. He has also guided Stony Brook through the essential and formative NCAA Certification process, helped redesign the athletic logo and athletic website, developed a new comprehensive student-athlete exit survey and head coach performance evaluation instrument, implemented mandatory drug testing, and unveiled an athletic department strategic plan through 2012. In the fall of 2004, Fiore implemented a Minority Apprentice program to assist in the development of young professionals in intercollegiate athletics. His list of accomplishments has not gone unnoticed. In December 2007 Fiore was named the Sports Man of the Year by The Village Times Herald and in the fall of 2004 he was recognized by the Long Island Business Association as one of the Top 40 executives under the age of 40 on Long Island. Fiore currently serves on the University President's Cabinet and was also appointed by to co-chair the strategic plan for image and identity committee. He has also served on the honorary degree, weekend life, NCAA certification and the university sponsorship committees. In 2005 he was appointed to the Executive Committee of the America East Conference and currently serves as the Chairman of the group. Fiore also is a member of the NCAA Division I Championships/Sports Management Cabinet and has been appointed to the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel. In August of 2008 he was appointed to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) executive board. Recently, he was named to the Dowling College Sports Management Board of Directors and in June 2004, Fiore was a featured speaker at the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) convention in Dallas, Texas. Prior to his arrival at Stony Brook, he provided department-wide leadership in support of the director of athletics at Princeton University from 1999-2003, a program that supports 38 sports, 40 club sports programs and more than 1,000 student-athletes. A member of the senior management team, he was responsible for all athletic programming oversight of all varsity intercollegiate programs. In addition, Fiore directed all personnel matters including the coordination of national searches for coaches, staff and administrative positions. Along with the director of athletics, he also assisted in the planning for short and long-term capital improvements. During Fiore's tenure, Princeton achieved extraordinary success on the fields of play and in the classroom. Prior to his arrival at Stony Brook, he provided department-wide

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leadership in support of the director of athletics at Princeton University from 1999-2003, a program that supports 38 sports, 40 club sports programs and more than 1,000 student-athletes. A member of the senior management team, he was responsible for all athletic programming oversight of all varsity intercollegiate programs. In addition, Fiore directed all personnel matters including the coordination of national searches for coaches, staff and administrative positions. Along with the director of athletics, he also assisted in the planning for short and longterm capital improvements. During Fiore's tenure, Princeton achieved extraordinary success on the fields of play and in the classroom. Princeton finished among the Top 25 in the Director's Cup standings in three of the four years he was there and is the only non-scholarship institution to ever finish in the Top 25. From 1999-2003, Princeton teams combined to win 60 Ivy League championships and nine national championships. From 1995-1998, Fiore was the Assistant Director of Athletics for Intercollegiate Programming at Dartmouth College where he assisted with the daily operation and supervision of Dartmouth's comprehensive 34-sport program. Prior to Dartmouth, Fiore interned at Princeton (1994-1995) for one year during which he assisted the director of athletics on assigned projects. He began his career as a graduate assistant at Springfield College before moving on to be an assistant to the Executive Director of the National Invitation Tournament during the spring and summer of 1993. One year later he took an internship in the compliance office at Fordham University. A native of Long Beach, N.Y, Fiore graduated from Long Beach High School and went on to attain his Bachelor of Arts degree from Hofstra University, where he played free safety for the football team. Upon graduation from Hofstra, Fiore went on to receive a master's degree in Education from Springfield College. Additionally, he received a certificate from The Sports Management Institute held at the University of Notre Dame and University of South Carolina. Fiore and his wife Lisa have a son Michael who is seven years old. They currently reside in Stony Brook.

More on Fiore • Currently serves on the NCAA Division I Championships/ Competition Cabinet • Appointed to the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel • Current member of the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) executive board • Chair of the America East Athletic Director Executive Committee • Has been appointed to the NCAA Committee on Women's Athletics (CWA). • Executive Committee member for the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America (IC4A). • Currently certifying as a Peer Reviewer for NCAA athletic certification. • Chairperson of the EARC (Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges) Executive Committee. • Executive Committee member for the EAWRC (Eastern Association of Women's Rowing Colleges). • Selection Committee member for the ECAC Robbins Scholar-Athlete Award. • Administrative liaison to the Ivy League Men's Ice Hockey coaches for the last two years. • Active member of National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). • Sport Management Institute (SMI) senior executive council member.

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Coaching Staff Directory (area code 631) y BASEBALL Matt Senk, Head Coach .....................................................632-9226 Tony Stutz, Asst. Coach......................................................632-4755 Joe Pennucci, Asst. Coach ..................................................632-4755

MEN'S LACROSSE Rick Sowell, Head Coach ....................................................632-7219 Jim Montana, Asst. Coach ...................................................632-4619 Ryan Wellner, Asst. Coach ..................................................632-7242

MEN'S BASKETBALL Steve Pikiell, Head Coach ...................................................632-7201 Jay Young, Asst. Coach .......................................................632-4769 Dan Rickard, Asst. Coach ...................................................632-4498 Lamar Chapman, Asst. Coach ............................................632-7412 Ricky Lucas, Coordinator of Basketball Operations ...........632-3298

WOMEN'S LACROSSE Allison Comito, Head Coach................................................632-4089 Molly Lambert, Asst. Coach .................................................632-4086

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Michele Cherry, Asst. Coach ...............................................632-7199 Olivia Dardy, Asst. Coach ...................................................632-9790 Emily Hardy, Asst. Coach ...................................................632-4518 Kristy Nix, Coordinator of Women's Basketball Operations 632-7742 MEN'S AND WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK AND FIELD Andy Ronan, Head Coach ...................................................632-7214 Stephen Walsh, Asst. Coach ...............................................632-7519 FOOTBALL Chuck Priore, Head Coach ..................................................632-4096 Jim Gush, Assistant Head Coach of the Defense................632-4363 Joe Tricario, Defensive Coordinator ....................................632-7169 Jeff Behrman, Offensive Coordinator ..................................632-7424 Tony Thompson, Inside Linebackers ...................................632-4602 Carlton Goff, Wide Receivers ..............................................632-4604 Richie Richards, Secondary ................................................632-4670 Jon Woods, Tight Ends........................................................632-4603 T.J. Donatelli, Director of Football Operations .....................632-4670 Greg Toop, Running Backs..................................................632-4670 Michael Iafrate, Graduate Assistant.....................................632-4603 Patrick Hatch, Graduate Assistant .......................................632-4603

MEN'S SOCCER Cesar Markovic, Head Coach..............................................632-7203 Dariel Collazo, Asst. Coach .................................................632-4390 Michael Mordocco, Asst. Coach ..........................................632-7193 WOMEN'S SOCCER Susan Ryan, Head Coach ...................................................632-7216 Steve Welham, Asst. Coach ................................................632-9224 Yeung Chung, Asst. Coach .................................................632-9224 SOFTBALL Megan T. Bryant, Head Coach ............................................632-7282 Bree Nasti, Asst. Coach.......................................................632-4517 Missy Bieman, Asst. Coach .................................................632-4517 MEN'S & WOMEN'S SWIMMING David Alexander, Head Coach ............................................632-7204 Dr. Brian Yodice, Diving Coach............................................632-4318 Vladimir Sreckovic, Assistant Coach ...................................632-4318 MEN'S & WOMEN'S TENNIS Gary Glassman, Head Coach..............................................632-7208 Christopher Canady, Assistant Coach .................................632-7520 VOLLEYBALL Deb Matejka-DesLauriers, Head Coach ..............................632-7212 Kevin DesLauriers, Asst. Coach ..........................................632-7357

2009-10 Stony Brook University Head Coaches

Dave Alexander Men's & Women's Swimming & Diving

Deb MatejkaDesLauriers Women's Volleyball

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Megan Bryant Softball

Steve Pikiell Men's Basketball

Allison Comito Michelle Cherry Women's Lacrosse Women's Basketball

Chuck Priore Football

Andy Ronan Men's & Women's Cross Country & Track & Field

Gary Glassman Men's & Women's Tennis

Sue Ryan Women's Soccer

Cesar Markovic Men's Soccer

Matt Senk Baseball

Rick Sowell Men's Lacrosse

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