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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE

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QUICK FACTS University Facts Location.................................................................... Newark, Del. 19716 Founded...........................................................................................1743 Enrollment..............................................................17,000 Undergraduate Nickname.................................................................................. Blue Hens Official Mascot............................................................................. YoUDee Colors............................................Blue (PMS 2945c) & Yellow (PMS 109c) Affiliation.........................................................................NCAA Division I Conference........................................... Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Home Facility..................................Delaware Stadium | 22,000 | FieldTurf Administration President.....................................................................Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Delegate......................................... Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler Director of Athletics & Recreation Services................................... Eric Ziady Dep. Dir. of Athletics & Rec. Ser./Special Asst. to the President.....Samantha K. Huge Senior Associate AD/Business Operations............................ Augie Maurelli Senior Associate AD/Development................................................ Tim Ford Senior Associate AD/External Relations................ Stacey Bunting-Thompson Senior Associate AD/Facilities, Operations and Capital Projects... Joe Shirley Associate AD/Business..........................................................Scott Eatough Associate AD/Compliance........................................................Rick Stumpf Associate AD/Events & Operations..............................Alicia Greco-Walker Associate AD/Recreation Services...........................................Jake Olkkola Assistant AD/Athletic Training..................................................Dan Watson Assistant AD/Compliance...................................................... Lauren Harris Assistant AD/Marketing & Promotions....................................Kristy Fletcher Assistant AD/Media Relations..............................................Scott Selheimer Assistant AD/Multimedia.........................................................Jimmy Smith Assistant AD/Sports Medicine......................................Dr. Andrew Reisman Assistant AD/Ticket Operations...............................................Trent Bartling 2013 Women’s Lacrosse Season in Review Overall Record ..................................................................................10-6 CAA Record | Finish ............................................................. 4-3 | t-Third Home | Away | Neutral ................................................... 6-3 | 4-3 | 0-0 Postseason Play................................................................................... n/a 2014 Women’s Lacrosse Season Preview Starters Returning/Lost .....................................................................11/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost..............................................................23/1 Newcomers/2013 Redshirts..................................................................10 Top Returnees..... Caitlin McCartney, Chelsea Fay, Allison Hahn, Alex Zaugra Key losses........................................................................ Angela Biciocchi Delaware Women’s Lacrosse History First Year of Women’s Lacrosse ................................................. 1978 (5-6) All-Time Record ............................................................. 336-267-1 (.556) All-Time CAA Record ........................................................... 41-44 (.482) All-Time CAA Tournament Record ...............................................1-5 (.167) CAA Titles | Last................................................................................. n/a NCAA Championships.............................................................3 (2 AIAW) National Tournament Appearances | Last.....................................8 | 2000 All-Time NCAA Tournament Record.......................................................7-2 2014 CREDITS The 2014 University of Delaware Women’s Lacrosse Media Guide was designed and edited by Maggie Hayon, Assistant Sports Information Director. Written content and editorial assistance was provided by Scott Selheimer, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations/Sports Information; Kevin Tritt, Assistant Sports Information Director; and Jessica Calderone, Sports Information Intern. The UD Athletics Media Relations Office would like to thank the Colonial Athletic Association and opposing team sports information offices for providing information. Photography credits: Mark Campbell (henshots.com), Chris Permar, Chris Mlynarczyk, Donna McBride, Dave Yoblick, Colonial Athletic Association and University of Delaware Photo Services.

GENERAL INFORMATION Quick Facts...............................................................................1 President Dr. Patrick T. Harker....................................................2 Athletics Director Eric Ziady.......................................................3 Media Relations/Social Media Information.................................4 2014 BLUE HENS 2014 Roster..............................................................................6 Roster Breakdown.....................................................................7 Head Coach Kateri Linville......................................................8-9 Assistant Coach Kristin Hopson................................................10 Assistant Coach Kristen Carr....................................................11 Returning Players...............................................................12-34 Alex Alois...............................................................12 Bridget Burns...........................................................13 Shannon Burns........................................................14 Kara Dattellas.........................................................15 Kelsey Dlugos..........................................................16 Rachel Dooley.........................................................17 Lizzie Duffey...........................................................18 Chelsea Fay............................................................19 Allison Hahn...........................................................20 Abbie Hartman.......................................................21 Shannon Hawley.....................................................22 Devyn Heidelbaugh.................................................23 Ali Karwoski...........................................................24 Caitlin McCartney....................................................25 Emily Pollard...........................................................26 McKenzie Rafferty...................................................27 Kierstan Smith.........................................................28 Mollie Smith............................................................29 Lauren VanDaniker..................................................30 Erin Wein...............................................................31 Abby Wheble..........................................................32 Alex Zaugra............................................................33 Tori Zorovich...........................................................34 Newcomers/Redshirts........................................................35-39 Team Photos............................................................................40 2014 Opponents Georgetown, Lafayette, Penn....................................................42 Rutgers, La Salle, Villanova......................................................43 Virginia Tech, Temple, Monmouth.............................................44 George Washington, Towson, Drexel........................................45 Hofstra, James Madison, William & Mary.................................46 Stony Brook............................................................................47 All-Time vs. 2014 Opponents..............................................47-48 2013 SEASON IN REVIEW Statistics.................................................................................50 Results....................................................................................51 Game-by-Game.................................................................52-54 Game Highs/Lows.............................................................55-57 Individual Goals-Assists-Points..................................................58 Overall/Conference Statistics...................................................59 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 2013 Standings/Post-Season Play............................................60 2013 All-CAA Teams..............................................................61 CAA Team Leaders..................................................................62 CAA Individual Leaders...........................................................63 About the CAA..................................................................64-66 BLUE HEN HISTORY All-Time Results/Accomplishments............................................68 All-Time Coaches....................................................................68 Year-by-Year Results...........................................................69-75 All-Time Opponents.................................................................76 All-Time Letterwinners.........................................................76-77 Team Records..........................................................................78 Individual Records..............................................................79-82 Season Records..................................................................83-84 Career Records.......................................................................85 All-Time Honors.................................................................86-87 Stadium Records................................................................88-90 ABOUT DELAWARE Staff Directory....................................................................92-93 Head Coaches........................................................................93 Athletics Facilities...............................................................94-95 What is a Blue Hen?................................................................96 About the University of Delaware........................................97-98 Notable Blue Hens...................................................................99

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DR. PATRICK T. HARKER head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

PRESIDENT CAREER RESUME/HIGHLIGHTS 1983-84 University of California, Santa Barbara Asst. Professor of Geography 1984-87 University of Pennsylvania Asst. Professor of Decision Sciences, The Wharton School 1986-88 University of Pennsylvania Coordinator of the Decision Sciences Ph.D. Program 1989 Stanford University Visiting Scholar 1987-91 University of Pennsylvania Associate Professor of Decision Sciences, The Wharton School 1989-94 University of Pennsylvania Director, Fishman-Davidson Center for Study of Service Sector 1991-92 United States White House Special Asst. to the Director, FBI, White House Fellow 1991--00 University of Pennsylvania Professor, The Wharton School 1993-94 University of Pennsylvania Coord. Operations and Information Management Ph.D. Program 1994-96 University of Pennsylvania Professor, Senior Fellow, The Wharton School 1997-99 University of Pennsylvania Chairman, Dept. of Ops. & Info Man. The Wharton School 1999-00 University of Pennsylvania Interim Dean, The Wharton School 2000-07 University of Pennsylvania Dean and the Reliance Professor, The Wharton School 2007-Pres. University of Delaware President Patrick T. Harker became the 26th president of the University of Delaware in July 2007. Concurrent with his appointment as president, Dr. Harker is a professor of Business Administration in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics and a professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering in UD’s College of Engineering.

President George H.W. Bush named Dr. Harker a White House Fellow in 1991, and he served from 1991–92 as a special assistant to FBI Director William S. Sessions. Dr. Harker was named a Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) in October 2012, and a Charter Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors in December 2012.

In May 2008, Dr. Harker unveiled a sweeping strategic plan, UD’s Path to Prominence, predicated on excellence in undergraduate, graduate and professional education, environmental leadership, global engagement and service to the community. He has established numerous research centers, as well as the Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships, which stimulates invention and entrepreneurship and translates UD research into economy-driving technologies. To establish Delaware as a health sciences hub, UD has partnered with the region’s leading health care providers in the Delaware Health Sciences Alliance.

Dr. Harker is married to the former Emily Grace Saaty and is the father of three children.

In February 2000, Dr. Harker was appointed dean of the Wharton School and Reliance Professor of Management and Private Enterprise. He was a senior fellow at the Wharton Financial Institutions Center and held a secondary appointment as a professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Penn. Previously, Dr. Harker was chair of Wharton’s Operations and Information Management Department. Dr. Harker is a member of the board of directors of Pepco Holdings Inc. and Huntsman Corporation, and a founding member of the board of advisors of Decision Lens Inc. He previously served as a trustee of the Goldman Sachs Trust and Goldman Sachs Variable Insurance Trust. Dr. Harker is a Class B director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and a member of the boards of directors of the NCAA–Division I, Christiana Care Health Systems, First State Innovation, Catholic Relief Services and Easter Seals of Delaware. He is a member of the Regional Leadership Initiative Steering Committee at the Council on Competitiveness, a member of the CEO Council for Growth at the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and a trustee of Howard University. Dr. Harker received his B.S.E. and M.S.E. in Civil Engineering in 1981, an M.A. in Economics in 1983 and a Ph.D. in Civil and Urban Engineering in 1983, all from the University of Pennsylvania. When he was named UPS Transportation Professor of the Private Sector in 1991, Dr. Harker became the youngest faculty member in Wharton’s history awarded an endowed professorship. Dr. Harker has published or edited nine books and more than 100 professional articles. From 1996–99, he served as editor-in-chief of the premier journal Operations Research.

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eric ziady athletics director CAREER RESUME/HIGHLIGHTS 1988 Providence College 1989 Northeastern University 1989-90 Northeastern University 1991-94 Northeastern University 1994 Northeastern University 1994-98 Northeastern University 1998-04 Boston College 2004-10 Boston College 2010-12 Boston College 2012-Pres. University of Delaware

Bachelor’s Degree - Political Science Master’s Degree - Sports Management Graduate Assistant - Athletics Business Manager - Athletics Master’s Degree - Business Administration Asst. Director of Athletics - Finance & Administration Asst. Director of Athletics Associate Director of Athletics - Business Operations Senior Associate Director of Athletics Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services

Eric Ziady, who spent the previous 23 years working in the highest levels of collegiate athletics administration in the Boston area, was named the new Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services at the University of Delaware on Oct. 10, 2012. Ziady (pronounced “zee-aidy”), 47, a native of Andover, Mass., becomes just the fifth Director of Athletics at Delaware since 1940. He replaces Bernard Muir, who left UD in July, 2012 after three years at the helm to become Director of Athletics at Stanford University. “We’re so glad that Eric is joining UD as our new athletic director,” said UD President Patrick Harker in announcing Ziady’s hiring. “He’s wholly committed to students’ academic and athletic success. He’s an incredibly strong financial administrator and a proven revenue-generator. He understands the conference landscape, and can help us navigate through the issues of conference alignment. And he absolutely shares our most fundamental goal: to educate student-athletes who will lead in competition, in the classroom and in the community.” Ziady arrives at Delaware after spending the previous 14 years at Boston College - most recently as senior associate athletics director for business operations - and nine years before that at Delaware’s current Colonial Athletic Association and former America East conference rival Northeastern University. He served as assistant director of athletics at Northeastern during his final four years in Brookline. He heads a University of Delaware athletics and recreation services department that sponsors 21 intercollegiate sports, including 13 women’s sports. Delaware captured three Colonial Athletic Association team titles a year ago, had three teams post first round wins in the NCAA Tournament, and finished second among CAA schools in the NCAA Division I National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Directors’ Cup standings. A vibrant recreation services department sponsors over 30 club sports and over 30 intramural programs. “I am humbled and proud to accept the offer to become the University of Delaware’s next director of athletics,” said Ziady. “I understand the rich history and tradition of Delaware athletics and I can’t wait to work with this fine group of coaches, administrators, and staff as we go forward in the years ahead and build upon that great legacy. We are excited to settle our family in the Newark community and build the next chapter of our lives as part of the Delaware family.” At Atlantic Coast Conference member Boston College, Ziady was responsible for handling both the long-range fiscal and strategic planning for the department as well as the day-to-day administration of all business and financial operations. In addition, he handled football game scheduling and contract administration, as well as overseeing five of the men’s and women’s athletic programs (football, men’s and women’s golf, and men’s and women’s sailing). In 2010 Ziady negotiated the six-year, multi-million dollar sponsorship agreement with Under Armour that outfitted all 31 Eagle sport programs and provided finan-

cial support for the department. The sponsorship was the largest in the history of BC Athletics. Delaware also holds a sponsorship agreement with Under Armour. Ziady most recently served as chair of both the ACC Women’s Golf Committee as well as the Conference’s Awards Committee. He has previously served on the ACC and Hockey East Finance Committees as well as on competition committees in both the America East (baseball) and Big East (golf) conferences. He has twice served on NCAA certification subcommittees for fiscal integrity, both at Northeastern and BC. “Eric Ziady is one of the finest athletics administrators I’ve ever been around,” said Gene DeFilippo, Boston College director of athletics from 1997 until 2012. “He is incredibly bright and enthusiastic and was an integral part of our management team at Boston College. Within a very short period of time, everyone in the Delaware athletics community will realize what a great selection the University has made. We are all very excited for Eric and his family.” A 1988 Providence College graduate, Ziady began his career at Northeastern as an assistant to the athletic director, handling compliance responsibilities, coordinating facility management and operations on game days, and assisting in marketing efforts. In 1991, he was appointed athletic business manager and was responsible for all of the department’s fiscal activities, while also serving as the liaison with outside booster and support groups. In 1994, Ziady was promoted to assistant director of athletics at Northeastern. He served on the Huskies’ senior management team that planned long-range departmental goals and policies. Included among this group’s assignments was the development of a five-year strategic plan to address Title IX and gender equity issues. Ziady, who earned both a master’s degree in sports management and a master’s of business administration degree from Northeastern, has twice served as a marketing consultant. He is also a member of the College Athletic Business Management Association. In 1990, he worked on a corporate marketing project with the North Atlantic Conference (now America East) and in 1992, he assisted the Boston Organizing Committee in marketing and fundraising in an attempt to attract national and international amateur events to the city. “We are excited about having Eric join the University of Delaware athletics family,” said Blue Hen women’s basketball head coach Tina Martin. “He has the right kind of mindset to lead Delaware at a very exciting time. I’m looking forward to working with him for many years to come.” Ziady and his wife, Lauren, have three children, Matthew (5), Lindsey (4), and Courtney (2). Lauren recently earned her PhD in counseling psychology from Northeastern University.

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MEDIA RELATIONS Internet Services All University of Delaware Athletics information (news, stats and game stories) is available on the net at www.bluehens.com. The site is updated on a daily basis, with game stories available generally one hour after each game and cumulative statistics usually within 24 hours after the last game. Additionally, live stats for all University of Delaware home games will be available on the website. A complete running play-by-play and box score for each game can be viewed at the website. Live video is available for all home games at www. bluehens.com. Credentials Requests for press credentials should be made to Scott Selheimer, Athletics Media Relations Office, University of Delaware, Bob Carpenter Center, Newark, DE 19716. Please make arrangements at least two days in advance of each game. Credentials will be left at the Delaware Stadium Will Call on gameday. Broadcast Accommodations Facilities are available for radio broadcasting from the Press Box. Stations intending to broadcast the contests should notify the Athletics Media Relations Office as far in advance of the game as possible. Television stations wishing to broadcast should follow the procedure for radio broadcasts. In-Game Services Working media members will be provided with game programs and other developments of interest during the game. Complete statistics will be distributed at halftime and following the game. Gameday Interviews Delaware head coach Kateri Linville and selected players will meet press on the field approximately 10 minutes after the game following a cooling off period.

STAFF

Kevin Tritt Assistant SID ktritt@udel.edu

Maggie Hayon Assistant SID WLAX Contact mhayon@udel.edu O: (302) 831-6389 C: (920) 912-6635

Jessica Calderone Sports Info Intern jesscald@udel.edu

Linda Brock Administrative Assistant lindamac@udel.edu

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Pregame interview requests for players or coaches should also be made prior to gameday. Approval is on a case-by-case basis. Non-Gameday Interviews All requests to interview players or coaches during the week should be made through the Athletics Media Relations Office and at least one day in advance so that academic and athletic schedules are not disrupted.

Scott Selheimer Asst. AD, Media Relations selheime@udel.edu

Athletics Media Relations Bob Carpenter Center Room 262 631 S. College Ave. Newark, DE 19716 Fax: (302) 831-7206 www.bluehens.com

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE 2014 BLUE HENS

2014 roster o. Name N Yr. Pos. Hometown/High School (Previous School) 1 Lauren VanDaniker* So. A Perry Hall, Md./Perry Hall 2 Shannon Burns*** Sr. M/A Springfield, Pa./Springfield Delco 3 Shannon Hawley* So. M/A Camillus, N.Y./West Genesee 4 Chelsea Fay*** Sr. A West Chester, Pa./Villa Maria 5 Jamie Schwartz Fr. A Ellicott City, Md./Mt. Hebron 6 Mollie Smith** Jr. D Ijamsville, Md./Urbana 7 McKenzie Rafferty* So. A Chester Springs, Pa./Downingtown East 8 Caitlin McCartney** © Jr. M Doylestown, Pa./Archbishop Wood 9 Alex Alois*** Sr. D Andover, Mass./Andover 10 Bridget Burns*** Sr. M Newtown Square, Pa./Notre Dame 11 Devyn Heidelbaugh* So. D Boyertown, Pa./Boyertown 12 Kirsten Hale Fr. M Wayne, Pa./Great Valley 13 Alex Zaugra** Jr. GK Medford Lakes, N.J./Shawnee 14 Abby Wheble* So. D Avondale, Pa./Avon Grove 16 Rachel Dooley*** Sr. M/D Garden City, N.Y./Garden City 17 Alison Karwoski* So. M Phoenixville, Pa./Great Valley 18 Tori Zorovich*** Sr. GK Massapequa, N.Y./Massapequa 19 Allison Hahn** Jr. A Vienna, Va./James Madison 20 Lizzie Duffey* So. D/M Mt. Laurel, N.J./Lenape 21 Kelsey Dlugos* Sr. A Commack, N.Y./Commack (Florida) 22 Abbie Hartman*** Sr. A Hatfield, Pa./North Penn 23 Elyse Andrews r-Fr. M Wilmington, Del./Archmere 24 Kara Dattellas* So. A/M Camillus, N.Y./West Genesee 25 Emily Pollard* So. M Merrimack, N.H./Merrimack 26 Kierstan Smith** Jr. D Medford Lakes, N.J./Shawnee 27 Morgan Miller Fr. M Boonton, N.J./Woodgrove 28 Erin Wein* So. D/M Middletown, Md./Middletown 30 Meghan McKnelly Fr. GK Virginia Beach, Va./Cape Henry 33 Sam Moore Fr. M Glenn Mills, Pa./Archbishop Carroll 35 Mary Abram Fr. M Wilmington, Del./Ursuline 37 Casey Lyons So. M Georgetown, Ontario, Canada/Berkshire (Ohio State) 39 Shelby Wells Fr. M Timonium, Md./St. Paul’s 40 Coley Ricci Fr. D Garnet Valley, Pa./Garnet Valley * Letters Earned Head Coach: Kateri Linville | Delaware ’03 | Fourth Season at Delaware | 23-27 Overall Record Assistant Coaches: Kristin Hopson | Notre Dame ’07 | Sixth Season at Delaware (non-consecutive) Kristen Carr | North Carolina ’10 | Third Season at Delaware Women’s Lacrosse Athletic Trainer: Nikki Lounsberry | North Florida (BS) | Kentucky (MS) | First Season Senior Student Athletic Trainer: Kim Richardson Strength & Conditioning Coach: Melissa Boldt | Wisconsin-Stevens Point ’08 | Third Season Sports Information Contact: Maggie Hayon | Marquette ’08 | Second Season | mhayon@udel.edu Team Manager: Tim Bright

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN DELAWARE (2) Mary Abram (Wilmington) Elyse Andrews (Wilmington) MARYLAND (5) Jamie Schwartz (Ellicott City) Mollie Smith (Ijamsville) Lauren VanDaniker (Perry Hall) Erin Wein (Middletown) Shelby Wells (Timonium) MASSACHUSETTS (1) Alex Alois (Andover) NEW HAMPSHIRE (1) Emily Pollard (Merrimack) NEW JERSEY (4) Lizzie Duffey (Mt. Laurel) Morgan Miller (Boonton) Kierstan Smith (Medford Lakes) Alex Zaugra (Medford Lakes) NEW YORK (5) Kara Dattellas (Camillus) Kelsey Dlugos (Commack)

Georgetown, Ontario (not to scale)

ALPHABETICAL 35 9 23 10 2 24 21 16 20 4 19

Mary Abram Alex Alois Elyse Andrews Bridget Burns Shannon Burns Kara Dattellas Kelsey Dlugos Rachel Dooley Lizzie Duffey Chelsea Fay Allison Hahn

12 22 3 11 17 37 8 30 27 33 25

7 Kirsten Hale 40 Abbie Hartman Shannon Hawley 5 Devyn Heidelbaugh 26 6 Ali Karwoski 1 Casey Lyons Caitlin McCartney 28 Meghan McKnelly 39 14 Morgan Miller 13 Sam Moore 18 Emily Pollard

McKenzie Rafferty Coley Ricci Jamie Schwartz Kierstan Smith Mollie Smith Lauren VanDaniker Erin Wein Shelby Wells Abby Wheble Alex Zaugra Tori Zorovich

BY POSITION ATTACK 2 Shannon Burns 24 Kara Dattellas 21 Kelsey Dlugos 4 Chelsea Fay 19 Allison Hahn 22 Abbie Hartman 7 McKenzie Rafferty 5 Jamie Schwartz 1 Lauren VanDaniker

ATHLETIC ELIGIBILITY SENIORS 9 Alex Alois 10 Bridget Burns 2 Shannon Burns 16 Rachel Dooley 4 Chelsea Fay 22 Abbie Hartman 18 Tori Zorovich JUNIORS 21 Kelsey Dlugos 19 Allison Hahn 8 Caitlin McCartney 26 Kierstan Smith 6 Mollie Smith 13 Alex Zaugra

SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN 24 Kara Dattellas 35 Mary Abram 20 Lizzie Duffey 23 Elyse Andrews 3 Shannon Hawley 12 Kirsten Hale 11 Devyn Heidelbaugh 30 Meghan McKnelly 17 Ali Karwoski 27 Morgan Miller 37 Casey Lyons 33 Sam Moore 25 Emily Pollard 40 Coley Ricci 7 McKenzie Rafferty 5 Jamie Schwartz 1 Lauren VanDaniker 39 Shelby Wells 28 Erin Wein 14 Abby Wheble

Rachel Dooley (Garden City) Shannon Hawley (Camillus) Tori Zorovich (Massapequa) PENNSYLVANIA (12) Bridget Burns (Newtown Square) Shannon Burns (Springfield) Chelsea Fay (West Chester) Kirsten Hale (Wayne) Abbie Hartman (Hatfield) Devyn Heidelbaugh (Boyertown) Ali Karwoski (Phoenixville) Caitlin McCartney (Doylestown) Sam Moore (Glenn Mills) McKenzie Rafferty (Chester Springs) Coley Ricci (Garnet Valley) Abby Wheble (Avondale) VIRGINIA (2) Allison Hahn (Vienna) Meghan McKnelly (Virginia Beach) CANADA (1) Casey Lyons (Georgetown, Ontario)

DEFENSE 9 Alex Alois 20 Lizzie Duffey 11 Devyn Heidelbaugh 40 Coley Ricci 26 Kierstan Smith 6 Mollie Smith 28 Erin Wein 14 Abby Wheble GOALKEEPER 30 Meghan McKnelly 13 Alex Zaugra 18 Tori Zorovich

MIDFIELD 35 Mary Abram 23 Elyse Andrews 10 Bridget Burns 16 Rachel Dooley 12 Kirsten Hale 3 Shannon Hawley 17 Ali Karwoski 37 Casey Lyons 8 Caitlin McCartney 27 Morgan Miller 33 Sam Moore 25 Emily Pollard 39 Shelby Wells

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE ATHLETIC ELIGIBILITY 1 9 11 13 14 18 21 24 28 30 40 HC

Lauren VanDaniker Alex Alois Devyn Heidelbaugh Alex Zaugra Abby Wheble Tori Zorovich Kelsey Dlugos Kara Dattellas Erin Wein Meghan McKnelly Coley Ricci Kateri Linville

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KATERI LINVILLE head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

HEAD COACH || FOURTH SEASON AT DELAWARE || DELAWARE ‘03

Kateri Linville is in her fourth season as head coach of the University of Delaware women’s lacrosse team during the 2014 campaign and has guided the Blue Hens to 23 victories to date. In 2013, Delaware completed its most successful season in recent years after finishing with a 10-6 record, including three wins over NCAA Tournament teams. Additionally, the team posted a 4-3 mark in league play resulting in a three-way tie for third in the CAA and missed a bid to the conference tournament based on secondary criteria. Following a computer rating and rankings system, the Blue Hens were one of six Divison I teams with the greatest positive change from 2012 to the 2013 season. Linville guided the 2013 Hens to their most significant victory in over a decade on March 13 as Delaware defeated No. 11 Loyola, 10-9. The win was the first for UD over a ranked opponent since 2009 and against the highest ranked opponent since 2000.

CAREER RESUME Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

Record 8-9 5-12 10-6 23-27 (.460)

ConfERENCE 3-4 (t-4th) 3-4 (t-5th) 4-3 (t-3rd) 10-11 (.476)

The Blue Hens also picked up a win over Denver at Delaware Stadium, a squad that finished 18-3 overall, 8-1 on the road and with an overall ranking of No. 13 following a NCAA Tournament victory in 2013. Linville’s coaching philosophy includes the belief that to be the best, you have to play and beat the best. Following this philosophy, Delaware is getting better on the field by competing against some of the best competition in the country including powerhouses Denver, Duke, Georgetown, Loyola and the 2013 national champion, University of North Carolina. Linville believes that developing players on and off the field is critical to building a championship program and that attracting and committing talent is key to building a winning tradition. To date, she and her staff have demonstrated a positive trend in player development and academic success as well as recruiting talent to play for the Blue Hens. In her first three seasons, Delaware has garnered two All-Region players (Angela Biciocchi and Caitlin McCartney), 11 All-Conference players (Biciocchi, McCartney, Kalyn McDonough, Shannon Burns, Julianna Jeffers, Morgan Leonard, Allison Hahn, Bridget Burns, Alex Alois, Kara Dattellas, Erin Wein), one CAA Rookie of the Year (McCartney), who was also named the 2013 CAA Break Out Player of the Year, and one CAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year (McDonough). Linville continues to add to the program’s momentum as she has signed 27 highly talented recruits from as far North as Canada and as far south as Virginia. Off the field, Linville helped guide the team to its best cumulative grade point average in seven years during the 2012 season. When the Hens were not on the field or hitting the books, they were out in the community. Under Linville, Delaware women’s lacrosse became the first athletic team to adopt a B+ Hero in Abby Supplee. Abby is an 11-year-old who is in remission after battling leukemia. The Hens have made Abby an honorary team member, which includes having her own locker. Together, the Blue Hens and Abby participated in UDANCE, the largest student-run philanthropic project at Delaware, which helps raise money and awareness for childhood cancer. Delaware women’s lacrosse raised nearly $2,200 for the cause, the most out of any UD athletic team. The Blue Hens continued to make an impact in the community by increasing awareness and fundraising an additional $3,500 to support the Special Olympics, Evanfest, Sandy Relief Efforts, Musana Orphanage in Africa and Relay for Life. The team also read to children in local schools and participated in field day with the College School and Warren Elementary. Linville is also working diligently to serve her team and fellow alumni. In 2011, she established an Alumni Board in order to connect the past and present. The board has helped to create an alumni mentoring program and Under Armour varsity online store. As a result, many alumni have reconnected with the program, promoted Delaware lacrosse by sporting their varsity gear and give back to the program and the current team members.

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Linville, a native of Moorestown, N.J., graduated with honors from Delaware in 2003 with a degree in health and exercise science. Additionally, she earned her master’s of education degree in sport and exercise psychology from the University of Virginia in 2007. While at Delaware, Linville was noted as a tireless worker and intelligent player who was a three-year letter winner at midfield for head coach Denise Wescott. She was a freshman in 2000 when the Hens advanced to the NCAA Tournament and was a member of squads that finished as the America East Conference runners-up in both 2000 and 2001. Linville served as the team’s co-captain in 2003, and was honored on the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association national Academic Honor Roll. 

 Linville returned to Delaware in 2010 with seven years of coaching experience at the high school, international and NCAA Division I levels. She most recently completed a five-year tenure as an assistant coach at Notre Dame under head coach Tracy Coyne. While at Notre Dame, Linville helped lead the Irish to four straight Big East Conference Tournaments and three straight - four total - NCAA Tournament appearances while working closely with the defensive unit. Notre Dame advanced to the NCAA semifinals during the 2006 season, earning a No. 7 national ranking, and advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals during the 2009 campaign when the Irish claimed their first ever Big East conference title and were ranked as high as No. 6 nationally by the IWLCA. Known for her ability to build teams and develop individual talent, Linville is credited with developing the Irish’s first two defensive players to be named first team IWLCA All-American in back-to-back years, Shannon Burke in 2009, and Jackie Doherty in 2010. In her five seasons at Notre Dame, eight players received post-season honors. As the recruiting coordinator at Notre Dame, Linville helped to sign some of the top talent in the nation in the 2009 and 2010 classes. The 2009 class had a pair named to Inside Lacrosse Top 25 Rising Freshmen in Jenny Granger and Betsy Mastropieri while the 2010 Top 10 Young Guns Rising Seniors included this year’s Break Out Player in the Big East, Margaret Smith. 

 In addition to her role at Notre Dame, Linville served as an assistant coach for the Canadian Lacrosse Association Under 19 National Team from 2009 to 2011 when the squad won a bronze medal at the Federation of International Lacrosse in Hanover, Germany. 

 Linville gained her first coaching experience in the summer of 2002 when she served as a camp director and clinician for the German Club Lacrosse team and then served as a volunteer coach at her high school alma mater, Moorestown (N.J.) High School in 2003. The team earned a state title and No. 2 spot in the national high school rankings. Linville joined the collegiate coaching ranks at the University of Virginia in 2003-04 where she served for two seasons as a volunteer assistant for the Cavaliers under head coach Julie Myers while earning her master’s degree. During her two years on the staff at Virginia, the Cavaliers claimed an ACC and NCAA Championship in 2004 and returned to the national title game in 2005. 
 In 2011, Linville established Around the World Lacrosse, LLC, which runs the Delaware Exposure Camp, a high school showcase camp held annually at the University to help grow the game of lacrosse in the state of Delaware. She currently serves as the NCAA Division I women’s lacrosse regional advisory committee member and on IWLCA Regional All-American committee. Linville has also served U.S. Lacrosse as a developer and editor of the Coaches Education Program, a co-author for “Go to Drills: Developing the Complete Lacrosse Player and Building a Winning Women’s Lacrosse Team,” and was a speaker at the U. S. Lacrosse National Conference in 2007, 2009 and 2011. Linville is one of five University of Delaware alumni to currently serve as a Blue Hen head coach joining Laura Travis (men’s and women’s tennis), Scott Grzenda (women’s soccer), Mike Keogh (golf), and Jim Sherman (baseball).

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE 2014 COACHING STAFF

KRISTIN HOPSON head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

ASSISTANT COACH || SIXTH SEASON AT DELAWARE || NOTRE DAME ‘07

Kristin Hopson is in her sixth season with Delaware women’s lacrosse in 2014. Hopson, who played collegiately under current UD head coach Kateri Linville while she served as an assistant coach at Notre Dame, was also an assistant for the Blue Hens during the 2008 and 2009 seasons under Kim Ciarrocca. “It is an honor to be able to bring back one of Delaware’s best,” said Linville, a 2003 Delaware graduate who was selected as UD head coach after serving the previous five seasons as an assistant at Notre Dame. “Kristin values academic and athletic excellence and will demand it from our student-athletes. She is an outstanding role model and a proven leader. She played a key role in leading Notre Dame (as a player), Delaware and James Madison (as a coach) to season best marks. As a UD alumni, she shares in my vision for greatness and is committed to elevating the Fightin’ Blue Hen lacrosse program to national prominence.” In 2013, Delaware completed its most successful season in recent years after finishing with a 10-6 record while narrowly missing the CAA Tournament with a 4-3 mark in league play. Hopson guided the 2013 Blue Hen defense that finished second in the CAA and 16th nationally with 8.56 goals against per game, the lowest average at UD since 2009. Additionally, Delaware ranked second in the CAA 26th in the NCAA with 8.5 caused turnovers per contest. The UD defense helped the Blue Hens to their most significant victory in over a decade on March 13 as Delaware defeated No. 11 Loyola, 10-9. The win was the first for UD over a ranked opponent since 2009 and against the highest ranked opponent since 2000. The Blue Hens also picked up a win over Denver at Delaware Stadium, a squad that finished 18-3 overall, 8-1 on the road and with an overall ranking of No. 13 following a NCAA Tournament win in 2013. Angela Biciocchi, the team’s top defender, garnered Second Team IWLCA Mid-Atlantic Region honors and First Team All-CAA accolades during her senior campaign under Hopson’s guidance. Additionally, freshman defender Erin Wein was a CAA All-Rookie selection in her first season with UD. Hopson, a native of Rosemont, Pa., previously served as an assistant coach at Delaware rival James Madison University under head coach Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe and helped lead the Dukes to a schoolrecord 17 wins (17-3), the CAA tournament title, a No. 8 final national ranking, and a berth in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament. She worked most closely with the James Madison defensive unit that finished second nationally in scoring defense, allowing just 7.2 goals per game. “It is an honor to return to the University where I began my coaching career,” said Hopson. “With such a strong academic and athletic reputation, along with the vision for the future, the University of Delaware is a desirable place to be. Kateri has been a tremendous role model and mentor for me and I look forward to working along side her. We share the same vision for this program and I am eager to begin my journey and help put Delaware in a position to win our first CAA championship.” Hopson continues to grow in her roles and responsibilities on the Delaware staff. In her third year, she will increase her on-field responsibilities to include running the defensive unit as well as training the Blue Hen goalies. Hopson will continue to head the team’s recruiting efforts as well as serving as the liaison with the compliance office. She will also assist with academic support, leadership development and player development as well as coordinate camps and clinics and assist with alumni relations. Off of the field, she has assisted in developing strategies to promote and attain academic excellence and scholarship for the Delaware student-athletes. During the 2012 fall semester, the Blue Hens had a breakthrough 3.1 team GPA. In her previous two seasons as an assistant at Delaware in 2008-09, Hopson helped lead the Blue Hens to combined record of 21-14 which included an 11-6 mark in 2008 and a 10-8 showing in 2009. The Blue Hens advanced to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament both seasons, including a berth in the league championship game in 2009, which marked the team’s first appearance in a conference title game since 1999. Under Hopson’s leadership, the UD defensive unit garnered national recognition, ranking third in the nation in scoring defense in 2009 (8.5 goals per game). Hopson also continued her personal growth in the classroom as she earned her master’s in higher education administration from Delaware in 2009. In her return to Delaware, Hopson once again guided a strong defensive unit. In 2011, the Hens finished the season 14th in the country in goals allowed per game, holding opponents to just 9.18 while forcing 7.53 opponent turnovers per game. Hopson was a three-time monogram winner at Notre Dame, starting three seasons on defense for the Irish women’s lacrosse team from 2005-2007. During her career, she played in 55 games, making 45 starts, including 35 starts in 36 games during her junior and senior years. A two-time Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Association academic honor roll selection, Hopson graduated from Notre Dame with a 3.639 grade-point average and a degree in psychology and sociology. She was selected as the winner of the women’s lacrosse team’s 2007 Rockne Scholar-Athlete Award for her excellence in the classroom. A three-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star, the defensive stalwart recorded 60 ground balls, caused 21 turnovers and had nine draw controls over her four seasons for the Irish. She was a member of two NCAA tournament teams, including the 2006 squad that advanced to the NCAA Final Four.

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Hopson was a three-sport standout at Radnor (Pa.) High School and earned 12 letters in field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse. She was a captain in all three sports and led the lacrosse team to state titles in 2000, 2001, and 2003. She earned All-Central League honors in all three sports, was named the Main Line Times Female Athlete of the Year in 2003, and was a two-time All-American in lacrosse.

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KRISTEN CARR

assistant coach || THIRD season at delaware || NORTH CAROLINA ‘10

Kristen Carr, a four-year standout at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a volunteer assistant coach with the Tar Heels for one season, is in her third season as an assistant coach for the University of Delaware women’s lacrosse program since her hiring in August 2011. A native of Baltimore, Md., Carr joins a staff that includes head coach Kateri Linville and top assistant Kristin Hopson. Upon arrival with the Blue Hens, Carr worked closely with the draw unit, midfielders, and goalies. “I am honored to join Kateri and her staff,” said Carr. “I look forward to the opportunity to work with the student-athletes to help them reach their fullest potential in the community, classroom, and on the field.” A 2010 graduate of North Carolina with a degree in exercise and sport science, Carr served as a volunteer assistant with the Tar Heels following graduation for head coach Jenny Levy. She helped lead UNC to a 15-6 record, a runner-up finish in the Atlantic Coast Conference, and a berth in the NCAA Final Four before falling to Northwestern 11-10 in the semifinals. During the championship run, Carr was responsible for the draw unit and assisted with training the goalies and developing individual player skills. “Kristen values her student-athlete experience as a Tar Heel and is eager to make an impact as a leader in the Delaware program,” said Linville. “Kristen was part of UNC’s raise to the Final Four in three NCAA tournaments. She understands the effort and teamwork required to compete in May and to elevate a program to national prominence. Kristen brings championship experiences as a player and coach, international experience as a U.S. Women’s National Team player.” In her second year with the program, Carr transitioned into a new role, for which she is currently responsible for coordinating the offensive and draw unit. She is also assisting with strength and conditioning, service initiatives, player development, equipment and sponsorship, travel and fundraising efforts. During the 2013 season, the Delaware offense increased its goals, assists and points production over the past few years. Additionally, the scoring offense raised 38 spots in the national rankings while finishing 21st in scoring margin across the NCAA. Her current player development includes the 2012 CAA Rookie of the Year, 2013 All-CAA First Team and All-Mid-Atlantic Region honoree, Caitlin McCartney. Additionally, Chelsea Fay (2nd Team All-CAA) and Kara Dattellas (CAA All-Rookie honoree) earned their first post-season honors under Carr’s guidance. As a four-year standout as a defensive midfielder, Carr led the Tar Heels to a four-year record of 60-20 and four NCAA Tournament appearances, including a national runner-up finish in 2009, a berth in the semifinals in 2010, and trips to the quarterfinals in 2007 and 2008. She appeared in 81 games with 62 starts and recorded 21 goals and nine assists while setting a UNC career record with 174 draw controls. She also set UNC single game (eight) and single season (64) marks for draw controls. She earned first team All-American and first team All-ACC honors as a senior in 2010 when she was one of the nation’s top draw control specialists and led the nation’s thirdranked defense that allowed just 7.25 goals per game. She broke her own UNC single season draw control record with 64 and also caused 18 turnovers to rank No. 3 all-time in UNC history. The team went 17-3 and advanced to the NCAA semifinals. Carr participated in the prestigious Carolina Leadership Academy. A Distinguished Leader, she earned the highest leadership honor given to captains and leaders by their coaches and teammates through the Team Leadership Evaluation, which measures a leader’s ability to be effective vocally and by example. Carr passed her knowledge of confidence building, character, commitment, and vocal leadership to a group of approximately 50 eighthgraders through the 2009 Student Leadership Summit, which was organized by the CLA. A current member of the United States Women’s National Team, Carr has garnered the respect of some of the best coaches and players in the country for both her talent and her leadership. In January 2013, Carr was named to the US National senior team 18-player roster, which later won the 2013 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Cup in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. Carr was a three-sport standout in lacrosse, soccer, and basketball at Mercy High School in Baltimore and was an all-conference performer in both lacrosse and soccer. She was an All-Baltimore City pick in lacrosse and was the Baltimore City Player of the Year and a first team All-State selection as a senior.

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ALEX ALOIS

Individual Career History

head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

senior || defense || andover, massachusetts || andover high school || communications MAJOR

Alois, Alex

CAREER STATISTICS Season

GP

G

A

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

17 17 16 50

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

9

Season

GP

G

2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

14 11 17 16 58

2 0 3 0 5

Pts Shots

0 0 0 0

-

Shot%

SOG

-

-

CAREER HIGHS Goals: n/a Assists: n/a Points: n/a Shots: n/aShots Shot% A Pts SOG: n/a 1 3 6 .333 FPG: n/a

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

-

15 19 15 49

3 2 3 8

9 12 4 25

10 9 8 27

0 0 0 0

Andrews, Elyse

FGS: n/a Groundballs: 5 vs. Penn State (3/10/12) Biciocchi, Angela DC: 1 – 8x, last at Drexel (4/19/13) CT: 4GW vs. William SOG SOG% GB & Mary DC (4/14/13) TO CT

0 16 4 9 7 0 0 0 11 2 9 7 1 4 16 .188 0 30 24 17 16 0 At Delaware 0 0 35 13 15 15 member .of • leader 2 Fourth-year 7 22 22the 7 squad- and three-time 0letterwinner 92 43 50 and45 communicator in the defense • CAA All-Rookie Team honoree • CAA Academic Honor Roll selection.

Burns, Bridget

2013 Season A Defensive Pts Shots Shot% SOG • registered SOG% GW GB DCeightTO starter for all 16 games 15 groundballs, causedCT 1 turnovers 7 and 14three draw .429controls 11• collected .786a career-high 0 12 four 24caused 16turn- 7 William.4&5Mary on April 14 to -tie a Delaware 4 overs 13against20 0 0 3 Stadium 8 record 13 • 3 tallied four groundballs at Monmouth on Feb. 22. 4 12 19 .421 11 .579 0 3 10 11 0

Season

GP

G

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

17 9 11 37

6 9 8 23

Season

GP

G

2012 Season Started 11 of 17 games • finished season with 19 groundballs, nine caused turnovers and two draw controlsBurns, • scoopedShannon a career-high five groundballs against Penn State on March 10, tied for fifth in Delaware Stadium history • career-high three turnovers, against Penn GB State onDC MarchTO 10. CT A caused Pts aShots Shot% SOG also SOG% GW

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

8 17 15 40

0 15 8 23

0 0 2 .000 2 1.000 0 0 1 2 0 2011 Season 1 Named 16 to CAA 46 All-Rookie .326 Team •- saw action - in 17 0 games 32 while 47 making 33 1624 1 starts9during22 .364 campaign 16 • scooped .727 up015 groundballs, 15 27 including 16 16 her freshman 2 a career-high 25 70three vs. .3Towson 29 0 Blue47 75 1051 • ranked third -on the Hens with caused40

9

32

53

.434

-

-

0

18

42

40

10

turnovers, including a career-high three at Rutgers • won three draw controls • Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll selection. Dattellas, Kara

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Season

GP

G

2013 TOTAL

16 16

12 12

Season

GP

G

2012 TOTAL

10 10

2 2

High School Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC TO CT Played all four seasons at Andover (Mass.) High School where she played for 1 John13McVeigh 29• served .41as 4 team26 . 8 9 7 1 21 20 19 captain from 2008-10 • led team to Merri- 9 1 mack 13Valley29 .41titles 4 in26 .897 seasons 1 21 20 •19 Conference four consecutive (2007-10) named 9 All-Star, All MVC and Boston Herald All-Scholastic • also played basketball for four seasons and swam breaststroke for two yearsKelsey • was a member of the 2010 Dlugos, Division I State championship team, 2009 MVC championship team and 2008 Eastern Massachusetts championship team • swimming team won Division I A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC TO CT State championship in 2007-08 • earned honor roll status. A

0 2 9 0 Personal 2 9

.222 .222

-

-

0 0

4 4

12 12

5 5

Alexandra “Alex” Alois (“ah-loyce”) • daughter of Edward and Marilou Alois • has one older sister, Melissa, three younger sisters, Jaclyn, Rebecca and Veronica, and one younger brother, Donald • both parents attended Montclair (N.J.) State University • lists siblings as biggest influence because they always competed and pushed each other • chose Delaware because of it’s campus and location, and because it will become a championship program in the next couple of years • worked at “Hooptown” basketball camp and “Get to The Goal” lacrosse camp, both in Andover, Mass., during the summer of 2011 • majoring in communications with a minor in marketing at Delaware • studied and played lacrosse abroad in Germany and Amsterdam and served as a camp counselor during the summer of 2012 • interned with Under Armour this past summer (2013).

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Blue Hens

Biciocchi, AngelaUNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE 2014 RETURNERS GP

Season

2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

14 11 17 16 58

G

A

2 0 3 0 5

1 0 1 0 2

Pts Shots

3 0 4 0 7

6 16 22

Shot%

SOG

.333 .188 .227

-

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

-

16 11 30 35 92

4 2 24 13 43

9 9 17 15 50

0 0 0 0 0

CT

7 7 16 15 45

bridget burns

SENIOR || midfield || newtown square, pENNSYLVANIA || academy of notre dame || finance major

Burns, Bridget

CAREER STATISTICS

Season

GP

G

A

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

17 9 11 37

6 9 8 23

1 4 4 9

CAREER HIGHS Goals: 3 – 3x, last at Lehigh (3/5/13) Assists: 2 at LehighGP (3/5/13) G Season A Points: 5 at Lehigh (3/5/13) 2011 8 0 0 Shots: 6 at William & Mary (4/8/12) 2012 17 15 1 SOG: 4 – 3x, last at Lehigh (3/5/13) 2013 15 8 1 FPG: 1 – 2x, last at Lehigh (3/5/13)

TOTAL

40

23

2

Pts Shots

7 13 12 32

14 20 19 53

Shot%

SOG

.429 .450 .421 .434

11 11 -

SOG% GW

.786 .579 -

0 0 0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

12 3 3 18

24 8 10 42

16 13 11 40

7 3 0 10

GB

DC

TO

CT

0 32 15 47

1 47 27 75

2 33 16 51

0 24 16 40

DC

TO

CT

20 20

19 19

9 9

DC

TO

CT

12 12

5 5

1 1

10

Burns, Shannon

FGS: 2 – 2x, last Rutgers (3/9/13) GB: – 2x, last Shot% vs. Penn State (3/12/11) Pts3 Shots SOG SOG% GW DC: 4 – 3x, last at George Mason (4/7/13) 0 2 .000 2 1.000 0 CT: 2 vs. George Mason (4/22/12)

16 9 25

46 22 70

.326 .364 .329

16 -

.727 -

0 0 0

At Delaware Dattellas, Kara Fourth-year member of the team and three-time letterwinner • known for her ability to collect draws, shut down opponent’s top attackers and finish • CAA Season GP honoreeG• two-time A Pts Shot%Academic SOG Honor SOG% GW GB All-Rookie Team CAAShots Commissioner’s Roll student • 16 three career 2013 12hat tricks. 1 13 29 .414 26 .897 1 21

TOTAL

16

12

1

13

29

.414

26

.897

1

21

2013 Season Saw action in 11 games while starting four for the Blue Hens • fourth on the Dlugos, Kelsey team with four assists • added eight goals for a total of 12 points • registered 10 draw controls and three groundballs • scored lone hat trick of the season at Lehigh on March 5 • added two against the MountainSOG Hawks SOG% for a Season GP G A assists Pts Shots Shot% GW GB career-high five points • tied a career-high with four draw controls at George 2012 107. 2 0 2 9 .222 0 4 Mason on April

TOTAL

10

2

0

2

9

.222

-

2012 Season Started seven of nine games • missed eight games with an injury • recorded nine goals, good for sixth on the team • tied for third on the team with four assists • collected a total of 13 points on 20 shots • went 1-for-5 from free position shots • totaled eight draw controls and three groundballs • scored two hat tricks against James Madison (4/20/12) and at William & Mary (4/8/12) • marked first-career free position goal against James Madison (4/20/12) • posted a career-high six shots at William & Mary (4/8/12).

-

0

4

2011 Season Named to the Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team • started all 17 contests as a freshman • ranked second on the Blue Hens by winning 24 draw controls • scored six goals and added one assist for seven points • recorded 14 shots on the year, including 11 on goal • scooped up 12 groundballs, including season-highs of three vs. Maryland and Penn State • caused seven turnovers • CAA Academic Honor Roll selection • named CAA Co-Rookie of the Week on April 4. High School Four-year player at the Academy of Notre Dame in Villanova, Pa. where she played for Erin Cleary Cook • team went 12-4 during her senior year • earned honorable mention All-Inter-Academic League (Inter Ac) plaudits in her sophomore and junior seasons • earned first-time All Main Line, Inter Ac and All Delaware County honors • a three sport athlete who competed in field hockey and basketball • led field hockey team to Inter-Ac championships in junior and senior season seasons • four-year honor roll member • served as an Athletic Association Student Council representative in final three years of high school. Personal Bridget Ann Burns • born March 26, 1992 • daughter of Pat and Helen Burns • no relation to teammate and fellow senior Shannon Burns • has two siblings, one older, Regina, and one younger, Natalie • began playing basketball in first grade, field hockey in fifth grade and lacrosse in seventh grade • lists George Hopson as biggest influence, having coached her for two seasons and has supported her both in lacrosse and life • selected Delaware because she wants to help win the CAA and compete for a national championship • studying finance at the university • recognized with the Public Anthropology Award by the Center for Public Anthropology for her participation in a North American writing competition • interned with SEI Investments.

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Blue Hens

TOTAL

58

5

2

7

22

.227

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE

-

-

0

92

43

50

45

Burns, Bridget

2014 RETURNERS

Season

GP

G

A

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

17 9 11 37

6 9 8 23

1 4 4 9

Pts Shots

7 13 12 32

14 20 19 53

Shot%

SOG

.429 .450 .421 .434

11 11 -

SOG% GW

.786 .579 -

shannon burns head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

0 0 0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

12 3 3 18

24 8 10 42

16 13 11 40

7 3 0 10

SENIOR || ATTACK || SPRINGFIELD, PENNSYLVANIA || SPRINGFIELD HIGH SCHOOL || FINANCE MAJOR

Burns, Shannon

CAREER STATISTICS Season

GP

G

A

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

8 17 15 40

0 15 8 23

0 1 1 2

2

Season

GP

G

2013 TOTAL

16 16

12 12

Pts Shots

0 16 9 25

2 46 22 70

Shot%

SOG

.000 .326 .364 .329

2 16 -

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

1.000 .727 -

0 32 15 47

1 47 27 75

2 33 16 51

0 24 16 40

0 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Dattellas, Kara Goals: 3 – 2x, last at Lehigh (3/5/13) FGS: 3 – 2x, last vs. Drexel (4/13/12) Assists: 2x, last at MonmouthSOG (2/22/13) GB:GW 6 at Loyola A Pts1 –Shots Shot% SOG% GB (3/14/12) DC TO CT Points: 3 – 2x, last at Lehigh (3/5/13) DC: 91at Hofstra 1 13 29 .414 26 .897 21 (4/15/12) 20 19 9 Shots: 8 vs. La Salle (3/2/12) CT: 9 1 at Hofstra 1 13 29 .414 26 .897 21 (4/15/12) 20 19 9 SOG: 6 vs. Denver (2/24/13) FPG: 1 – 3x, last vs. Towson (3/31/13)

Dlugos, Kelsey

Season

GP

G

2012 TOTAL

10 10

2 2

A AtPts Shots Shot% Delaware

SOG

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

letterwinner to add on attack unit 0 Three-time 2 9 .22who 2 will continue - depth 0 4 the 12 5 for 1 Blue Hens • holds school record for draw controls in a game (4/13/12 vs. 0 Drexel) 2 and second 9 .in2school 22 0 4 12 5 1 history with 47 draw controls (2.76 per game) during the 2012 season • seventh all-time with 24 caused turnovers in 2012 • two career hat tricks • All-CAA Second Team selection as a sophomore • tied for seventh in school history with 74 career draw controls • 11th in Delaware career record books with 40 caused turnovers.

2013 Season Played in 15 games while starting 10 during junior campaign • finished second on the team with 27 draw controls and tied for second with 16 caused turnovers • collected eight goals and one assist for nine total points • averaged 1.47 shots per game on a 36.2 shot percentage and 72.7 shot on goal percentage • tied a career-high with three goals and three points at Lehigh on March 5. 2012 Season Started all 17 games for the Blue Hens • All-CAA Second Team selection • earned Team Most Improved Award • collected first career hat trick against La Salle on March 2 • posted school record nine draw controls on April 13 against Drexel • finished second in school history, third in the CAA and 76th in the NCAA with 47 draw controls (2.76 per game) • seventh all-time with 24 caused turnovers • also third in the CAA and 42nd nationally with 1.41 caused turnovers per game • tallied 32 groundballs (1.88 per game/103rd NCAA) • recorded 16 points (15 goals/one assist) with a 32.6 shot percentage • named to the Synapse Sports Honor Roll on April 10. 2011 Season Saw action in eight games as a rookie • recorded two shots, both of which were on goal, vs. St. Mary’s College • won her first career draw control vs. Saint Joseph’s. High School Four-year member and three year varsity letterwinner at Springfield (Delco) High School where she played attack for Keith Broome • selected honorable mention All-Delco in her sophomore season • earned All-American status in both her junior and senior seasons, including first team in 2010 • also earned academic All-America honors • named to Central League first team All-Defense squad • team won the PIAA District 1 title three years in a row (2007, 2008, 2009) • member of the Philly1 team that won the US Lacrosse National Tournament in May, 2009 • also played field hockey and basketball • earned second team All-Delco honors senior year in field hockey and defensive MVP in basketball • member of the National Honor Society • class officer in junior year.

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Personal Shannon Marie Burns • daughter of Robert and Patricia Burns • no relation to teammate and fellow junior Bridget Burns • has one older brother, Robert • began playing lacrosse in eighth grade • chose Delaware because it is close to her home, has a lot to offer academically, and loved the campus • cites high school coach Kathleen Geiger as biggest influence because she helped her improve after each practice • honors student • finance major at Delaware • interned at the First Financial Group • favorite TV shows include Dexter and Homeland.

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TOTAL

37

23

9

32

53

.434

-

-

0

18

42

Burns, Shannon

2014 RETURNERS Season

GP

G

A

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

8 17 15 40

0 15 8 23

0 1 1 2

Pts Shots

0 16 9 25

2 46 22 70

Shot%

SOG

.000 .326 .364 .329

2 16 -

40

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

1.000 .727 -

0 32 15 47

1 47 27 75

2 33 16 51

0 0 0 0

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CT

0 24 16 40

kara dattellas

sophomore || attack || camillus, new york || west genesee HIGH SCHOOL || communications major

Dattellas, Kara

CAREER STATISTICS

Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

16 16

12 12

1 1

Pts Shots

13 13

29 29

Shot%

SOG

.414 .414

26 26

SOG% GW

.897 .897

1 1

GB

DC

TO

CT

21 21

20 20

19 19

9 9

24

Dlugos, Kelsey CAREER HIGHS GP Season G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW Goals: 2 – 3x, last vs. Hofstra (4/21/13) FGS: 2 – vs. Old Dominion (4/12/13) 2012 10 2 0 2 9 .222 0 Assists: 1 at Lafayette (3/16/13) GB: 7 at Monmouth (2/22/13) TOTAL 10 2 0 2 9 .222 0 Points: 2 – 4x, last vs. Hofstra (4/21/13) DC: 4 – 3x, last at George Mason (4/7/13) Shots: 4 vs. Hofstra (4/21/13) CT: 3 at La Salle (3/1/13) SOG: 4 vs. Hofstra (4/21/13) FPG: 1 – 3x, last vs. Old Dominion (4/12/13) At Delaware Letterwinner and impact player who makes the game look effortless and graceful • will be relied upon to make impact plays all over the field as she adds depth to the attack, midfield and draw units • CAA All-Rookie Team.

GB

DC

TO

CT

4 4

12 12

5 5

1 1

2013 Season CAA All-Rookie Team honoree • two-time CAA Rookie of the Week (Feb. 25, March 4) • started 12 of 16 games • third for UD with 20 draw controls • fifth on the team with 13 points, 12 goals and 21 groundballs • added nine caused turnovers • scored first collegiate goal against nationally-ranked Georgetown on Feb. 16 • scooped up a season-best seven groundballs and four draw controls at Monmouth (Feb. 22) • posted two goals in team’s 10-9 victory against No. 11 Loyola (March 13), marking UD’s first victory over a ranked opponent since 2009 and the highest ranked foe since 2000 • collected one goal and one assist in win at Lafayette (March 16) • scored two goals in addition to recording one draw control and one caused turnover in season finale against Hofstra (April 21). High School Three-sport athlete (lacrosse, soccer, basketball) at West Genesee High School • three-time Under Armour Underclass All-Star, US Lacrosse All-American and All-CNY First Team selection • earned Second Team All-League honors as a sophomore • helped team capture three straight regional, section and division championships • teammate of fellow UD player Shannon Hawley • earned Second Team All-League (2012) and Honorable Mention (2011) honors in soccer and Second Team All-League honors (2012) in basketball • played for Bob Elmer, Dan Hallinan, John McKlousky, Coach Flynn and Carl Dattellas • National Honors Society and Honor Roll student • US Lacrosse Academic All-American. Personal Kara Ann Dattellas • born April 5, 1994 • daughter of Carl and Christine Dattellas • has four siblings, Ashley, Stephanie, Gabriel and Anthony • father played basketball at Lemoyne College • sister, Ashley, played lacrosse at Marist • cites her father as the biggest influence in her life because he coached her throughout her life in multiple ways and was always her biggest fan and biggest critic • began playing lacrosse in third grade • chose Delaware because she loved the team, the campus and the area and it seemed like a perfect fit • enjoys drawing, painting, singing, dancing, eating and hanging out with friends and family • communications major.

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17

TOTAL

40

2013 LACROSSE 15 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S

15 8 23

1 1 2

16 9 25

46 22 70

.326 .364 .329

16 -

.727 -

0 0 0

32 15 47

47 27 75

33 16 51

24 16 40

GB

DC

TO

CT

21 21

20 20

19 19

9 9

2014 RETURNERS

Dattellas, Kara

kelsey dlugos Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

16 16

12 12

1 1

Pts Shots

13 13

head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

29 29

Shot%

SOG

.414 .414

26 26

SOG% GW

.897 .897

1 1

junior || attack || commack, new york || commack HIGH SCHOOL || university of florida || health behavior science MAJOR

Dlugos, Kelsey

CAREER STATISTICS Season

GP

G

A

2012 TOTAL

10 10

2 2

0 0

21

Pts Shots

2 2

9 9

Shot%

SOG

.222 .222

-

SOG% GW

CAREER HIGHS Goals: 1, 2x, last at Hofstra (4/15/12) Assists: n/a Points: 1, 2x, last at Hofstra (4/15/12) Shots: 2, 3x, last at Hofstra (4/15/12) SOG: 2, 2x, last at Old Dominion (4/6/12) FPG: n/a

-

0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

4 4

12 12

5 5

1 1

FGS: 1, 3x, last vs. JMU (4/20/12) GB: 2 at Towson (4/1/12) DC: 4, 2x, last at William & Mary (4/8/12) CT: 1 at Denver (2/28/12)

At Delaware Third-year member of the squad and one-time letterwinner after transferring from Florida • makes an impact on the draw • CAA Academic Honor Roll selection. 2013 Season Did not compete due to injury. 2012 Season Started six of 10 games played in her first season with the Blue Hens • missed time while battling an injury • collected two goal on nine shots (seven on goal) • tallied 12 draw controls, four groundballs and caused one turnover • scored first goal in a Delaware uniform at William and Mary (4/8). 2011 Season (at florida) Saw action in 11 games as a freshman at Florida • had 11 draw controls on the year to lead all Gator freshmen, including tying the program record with six in the road loss against Cornell • saw significant action against Stanford in NCAA First Round • grabbed her first-career ground ball against Fairfield • scored her first collegiate goal against Colgate on a free position shot. High School Participated on the soccer, fencing, and lacrosse teams at Commack High School • collected All League, All County, All Tournament, and Galaxy First Team honors in lacrosse • named Star Spangled Banner MVP 2007 • played in the world championship U-17 Peterborrough, Canada team • holds the record for most goals in a season at Commack High School • also received All State and All County honors for soccer • named to All County for fencing • member of National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, and Science Honor Society • honor roll student. Personal Kelsey Dlugos (“duh-lou-ghos”) • born June 12, 1992 • daughter of Don and Jodi Dlugos • has one younger brother, Jack • studying health behavior science at the university • chose Delaware for the great academic opportunities and the team dynamics • started playing lacrosse in the fourth grade • hopes to win the conference and a national championship while playing for Delaware.

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rachel dooley Individual Career History

SENIOR || MIDFIELD || GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK || GARDEN CITY HIGH SCHOOL || HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY STUDIES major

Dooley, Rachel

CAREER STATISTICS

Season

GP

G

A

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

2 17 13 32

0 2 0 2

0 1 0 1

Pts Shots

0 3 0 3

3 3

Shot%

SOG

.667 .667

-

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

-

0 10 2 12

0 6 0 6

0 15 2 17

0 7 1 8

DC

TO

CT

5 5

2 2

5 5

0 0 0 0

16

CAREER HIGHS Duffey, Lizzie Goals: 1, 2x, last at Old Dominion (4/6/12) FGS: 2, 2x, last vs. UMBC (3/7/12) Assists: 1 vs. Penn GP State (3/10/12) 3 vs. Penn State (3/10/12) Season G A Pts GB: Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB Points: 1, 3x, last at10 Old Dominion 2013 0 (4/6/12) 0 0 DC: 3 vs. - La Salle -(3/2/12) 0 6 Shots: 1, 3x, last at10 Old Dominion TOTAL 0 (4/6/12) 0 0 CT: 2 vs. - Villanova-(2/22/12) 0 6 SOG: 1, 3x, last at Old Dominion (4/6/12) FPG: 1 vs. La Salle, 3/2/12 Fay, Chelsea Season GP At Delaware

G

A

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

1 0 0 1

5 10 11 26

8 17 15 40

11 23 19 53

4 2 10 16

GB

DC

TO

CT

16 19 35

6 7 13

29 24 53

2 7 9

GB

DC

TO

CT

13 10 23

2 1 3

22 8 30

5 1 6

TO

CT

6

10 10

2 2

GB

DC

TO

CT

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

Fourth-year member of the three-time adds depth 2011 17 12 squad1 and13 36letterwinner .333 who25 .694 to the draw and defensive unit. 2012 17 35 6 41 101 .347 2013 16 38 3 41 82 .463 65 .793 2013 Season TOTAL 50 contests85 95 • collected 219 .3groundballs 88 90 and one .411 Saw action in 13 for the10 Blue Hens two caused turnover • picked up first groundball of the season against nationallyHahn, ranked Georgetown (2/16).

2012 Season Season GP

G

A

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

Allison

SOG% GW

Started eight of 17 games played • scored first career goal on a free position

2012 17 17 11 28 34 .500 shot against La Salle (3/2) • finished season with two goals and one assist 2013 16 26 15 41 53 . 4 9 1 41 . 7 7 4 for three total points • collected 10 groundballs, including a career-best three TOTAL 33 (3/10)43 26 a total 69 of seven 87 turnovers .494 on the-season • versus Penn State • caused

posted six draw controls • controlled a career-high three draws against La Salle (3/2). Hartman,

2011 Season Season GP

G

A

14 16 30

2 6 8

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

.538 .471 .500

31 31

16 22 38

26 34 60

Abbie

SOG% GW

Played in two games vs. Saint Joseph’s and St. Mary’s College but did not

2012 17 record any statistics. 2013 16 TOTAL 33 High School

0 3 3

.912 .517

0 1 1

Four-year member of Garden City High School lacrosse team • played defense for head coach Diane Chapman • team won four state titles from 2007 to Shannon Hawley, 2010, compiling a record of 79-6, including a perfect 21-0 during her senior year in 2010 • won four letters in lacrosse • also played soccer and competed Season GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC in winter track as a sprinter • was on the honor roll all four years • served as 2013 13 9 1 10 19 . 4 7 4 15 . 7 8 9 1 8 6 the Spanish Club treasurer and was a member of the photography club.

TOTAL

13

9

1

10

19

.474

15

.789

1

Personal Rachel Nora Dooley • born February 25, 1992 • daughter of Michael and MiHeidelbaugh, chelle Dooley • father played lacrosse and football at Hofstra • has a younger brother, Ryan • began playing lacrosse in third grade • chose Delaware for Season GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW its great academics and excellent athletics • lists father as biggest influence 2013 4 0 0 0 0 because he has pushed her to be the best • human development and family TOTAL 0 0 0 studies major at4 Delaware.0

8

Devyn

Kaminiski, Leigh

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2014 RETURNERS

Season

GP

G

A

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

2 17 13 32

0 2 0 2

0 1 0 1

Pts Shots

0 3 0 3

3 3

Shot%

SOG

.667 .667

-

lizzie duffey head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

-

0 10 2 12

0 6 0 6

0 15 2 17

0 7 1 8

0 0 0 0

SOPHOMORE || defense || mt. laurel, new jersey || lenape HIGH SCHOOL || health behavior science major

CAREER STATISTICS Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

10 10

0 0

0 0

20 Season

GP

G

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

17 17 16 50

12 35 38 85

Pts Shots

0 0

-

Duffey, Lizzie

Shot%

SOG

-

-

SOG% GW

-

0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

6 6

5 5

2 2

5 5

DC

TO

CT

Fay, Chelsea CAREER A Pts HIGHS Shots Shot% Goals: n/a

1 13 36 Assists: n/a 6 41 101 Points: n/a 3 41 82 Shots: n/a 10 95 219 SOG: n/a FPG: n/a

.333 .347 .463 .388

SOG

SOG% GW

FGS: n/a

GB

25 .694 1 5 8 11 4 Groundballs: 2 – 3x, last at Lafayette (3/16/13) 0 10 17 23 2 Draw Controls: 3 at Lehigh (3/5/13) 65 .793 0 11 15 19 10 Caused Turnovers: 2 vs. Rutgers (3/9/13) 90 .411 1 26 40 53 16

Hahn, Allison

Delaware A AtPts Shots Shot%

Season

GP

G

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 16 33

17 26 43

who is tough hustle plays, causing 2 11 Letterwinner 28 34 .500as nails -and known-for making 0 16 6 29 turnovers and collecting groundballs • CAA Academic Honor Roll selection • 15 41 53 .491 41 .774 3 19 7 24 7 will face twin sister, Emily Duffey, who plays at Drexel • also could face former 26 teammates 69 87 . 4 9 4 3 35 13 53 9 Caroline Huelster (Monmouth) and Hunter Gray (Denver).

Hartman, Abbie 2013 Season Started five of 10 games played for the Blue Hens in rookie campaign • colgroundballs, five draw controls and five caused turnovers A lected PtssixShots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC • tallied TO aCT season-best three draw controls at Lehigh (March 5) • scooped first groundball 2 16 26 .538 0 13 2 22 5 of career vs. Rutgers (3/9/13) • also forced a season-best two Scarlet Knight 6 turnovers. 22 34 .471 31 .912 1 10 1 8 1

Season

GP

G

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 16 33

14 16 30

8

38

60

.500

SOG

31

SOG% GW

.517

1

GB

23

DC

3

TO

CT

30

6

High School Four-year varsity three-sport athlete (lacrosse, soccer, track & field) for Lenape Hawley, Shannon High School • 2012 South Jersey Lacrosse Defender of the Year • All-Conference, All-County and All-South JerseySOG% honoreeGW • Under Armour Honorable A Pts Shots Shot% SOG GB DC TO CT Mention All-American • also starred for as a midfielder for the soccer team and 1 as a10 .474& field15 89• helped 1 lead 8 team6 as five-time 10 2 member19 of the track team at.7 LHS 1 New10 19 474 State15 .789• member 1 6 10 Jersey Group 4 .Soccer Champions of8the two-time 4x800 2 and team state champions • New Balance Winter Track All-American • played for Jill McCarthy (lacrosse), Kevin Meder (soccer) and Jack Walsh (track) • Heidelbaugh, Devyn National Honors Society and Honor Roll student.

Season

GP

G

2013 TOTAL

13 13

9 9

Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

4 4

0 0

0 Elizabeth 0 Donnelly - born September 0 27, 1993 0 in0Mount 0Holly, 0 Duffey-(Lizzie) • 0 N.J. •0 daughter - of Kevin -and Noreen - Duffey -• has0an older 0 sister, 0 Katie,0 who 0

Pts Shots

Personal

Shot%

SOG

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

played lacrosse at Johns Hopkins University (2009-2013) • also has a twin sister, Emily, who plays lacrosse Kaminiski, at Drexel • began Leigh playing lacrosse in fourth grade • majoring in health behavior science with a minor in public health • cites older sister, Katie, as the biggest influence on her as an athlete because Katie has had much success in both athletics and academics throughout high school and college • chose Delaware because the great academics and athletics will prepare her for the future and the school has a good reputation • superstitions include putting her right shoe on before her left • loves to travel.

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17 13 32

2014 RETURNERS

2 0 2

1 0 1

3 0 3

3 3

.667 .667

-

-

0 0 0

Blue Hens

10 6 15 7 2 UNIVERSITY 0 2 OF 1 DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE 12 6 17 8

Duffey, Lizzie Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

10 10

0 0

0 0

Pts Shots

0 0

-

Shot%

-

chelsea fay SOG

SOG% GW

-

-

0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

6 6

5 5

2 2

5 5

senior || attack || west chester, pennsylvania || villa maria academy || elementary education MAJOR

Fay, Chelsea

Season

GP

G

A

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

17 17 16 50

12 35 38 85

1 6 3 10

Pts Shots

13 41 41 95

36 101 82 219

Shot%

SOG

.333 .347 .463 .388

25 65 90

SOG% GW

.694 .793 .411

1 0 0 1

CAREER STATISTICS

GB

DC

TO

CT

5 10 11 26

8 17 15 40

11 23 19 53

4 2 10 16

DC

TO

CT

6 7 13

29 24 53

2 7 9

GB

DC

TO

CT

13 10 23

2 1 3

22 8 30

5 1 6

TO

CT

10 10

2 2

TO

CT

0 0

0 0

4

CAREER HIGHS Hahn, Allison Goals: 5 at Lehigh (3/5/13) FGS: 4 vs. Villanova (2/22/12) Assists: 2 at TempleGP (3/17/12)G 4 atShots La Salle (3/1/13) Season A GB: Pts Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB Points: 6 at Temple (3/17/12) 4 – 3x,34 last vs. Old 2012 17 17 11 DC:28 .50Dominion 0 -(4/12/13)0 16 Shots: 12 at Monmouth (2/22/13) 3 – 2x, 53 last vs. Old 2013 16 26 15 CT: 41 .49Dominion 1 41(4/12/13) .774 3 19 SOG: 9 vs. Lehigh 33 (2/25/12)43 TOTAL 26 69 87 .494 3 35 FPG: 2 – 3x, last vs. George Mason (4/22/12)

Hartman, Abbie At Delaware Fourth-year member lead Delaware’s starting attack unit and add Season GP who will G continue A toPts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW a scoring punch • three-time letterwinner • 85 career goals, 95 career points and 12 2012 2 • CAA 16 Commissioner’s 26 .53Academic 8 0 career hat tricks17(through 14 junior year) Honor Roll student • 2nd Team current points of 26 games 2013 16 All-CAA 16selection 6 (2013) 22• holds 34 .471streak31 .912 1 • enters 2014 season with30 at least one TOTAL 33 8 goal 38in 26 consecutive 60 .5contests. 00 31 .517 1

2013 Season Hawley, All-CAA 2nd Team selection • started all 16 games for the Blue Hens as a junior • Shannon tied for second on the team with 41 points scored (179th NCAA) • finished second for Delaware with 38 goals (90th NCAA) • collected 2.38 goals per game, good Season GP Pts Shots Shot% SOG GW GB DC for fourth in the CAA and G 75th inAthe NCAA • tied for eighth in the leagueSOG% with 2.56 points per13 game (158th nine free.4 position 2013 9 NCAA) 1 • registered 10 19 74 goals 15 • placed .789 1 8 6 fifth with 10 caused 79.3 shot TOTAL 13 turnovers 9 • posted 1 a10 19on goal .4percentage 74 15• tallied.7a89 1 8 6 career-best seven hat tricks • recorded at least four goals in three separate games • registered a career-high five goals in 17-7 victory over Lehigh (March 5) • collected Heidelbaugh, Devyn a career-best four groundballs at La Salle (March 1) • saw four draw controls and three caused turnovers against Old Dominion on (April 12). Season GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC 2012 Season Started 16 of 17 led Blue0Hens with 2013 4 games played 0 •0 - 41 points,- 101 shots - and 79 0 0 0 shots on goal • tied NCAA) TOTAL 4 for lead0on team0with 35 0 goals (122nd - • second - on team 0 0 0 with six assists and eight free position goals (on 18 free position shots) • finished sixth in the CAA with 2.06 goals per game (119th NCAA) and 10th in the league Kaminiski, Leigh with 2.41 points per contest (188th NCAA) • collected first career hat trick with three goals in Delaware’s 11-7 win over Villanova on Feb. 22 • scored a total of five hat tricks, including four-goal games against Lehigh (Feb. 25), at Temple (March 17), at Old Dominion (April 6) and George Mason (April 22) • posted at least one goal in 16 games, including a current scoring streak of 10 games • tallied a career-high two assists and six points at Temple (March 17) • saw a career-high 10 shots with nine on goal against Lehigh (Feb. 25) • collected a career-high three groundballs at George Mason on April 22.

2011 Season Saw action in 17 games and made five starts as a freshman • scored 12 goals and recorded one assist for 13 points on the season • ranked sixth on the team in goals • took 36 shots, of which 25 were on goal • collected five groundballs and recorded four caused turnovers on the year • scored two goals against La Salle and Rutgers. High School Played attack for four seasons at Villa Maria Academy in Malvern, Pa. for head coach Christa Somits • named honorable All-America in senior year while also earning Athletic Association of Catholic Academies first team honors in 2009 and 2010 • named to first team All-Main Line squad • Catholic League All-Star from 2008-10 • helped lead team to league finals all four seasons • also played right wing for two seasons on field hockey team, leading team to league title in 2007 • faced off against former teammate Kyrstin Mackrides, who played at William & Mary. Personal Chelsea Ann Fay • daughter of James and Monique Fay • has two younger siblings, Katelyn and Mike • chose Delaware because it is close to home and provides a great education • began playing lacrosse in third grade • lists mother as biggest influence because she taught her how to play the sport and has supported her • honor student as an elementary education major and history minor at Delaware • aspires to become a grade school teacher • coaches the Sepa Club team.

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10

0

0

0

-

-

-

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE

-

0

6

5

2

5

Fay, Chelsea

2014 RETURNERS

Season

GP

G

A

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

17 17 16 50

12 35 38 85

1 6 3 10

Pts Shots

13 41 41 95

36 101 82 219

Shot%

SOG

.333 .347 .463 .388

25 65 90

allison hahn head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

SOG% GW

.694 .793 .411

1 0 0 1

GB

DC

TO

CT

5 10 11 26

8 17 15 40

11 23 19 53

4 2 10 16

junior || ATTACK || VIENNA, VIRGINIA || JAMES MADISON high school || ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJOR

Hahn, Allison

CAREER STATISTICS Season

GP

G

A

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 16 33

17 26 43

11 15 26

19

Season

GP

G

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 16 33

14 16 30

Pts Shots

28 41 69

34 53 87

Shot%

SOG

.500 .491 .494

41 -

SOG% GW

.774 -

0 3 3

GB

DC

TO

CT

16 19 35

6 7 13

29 24 53

2 7 9

Hartman, Abbie

CAREER HIGHS Goals: 5 –Shots 2x, last atShot% Lafayette (3/16/13) FGS: 2 – 4x, last GeorgeTO MasonCT (4/7/13) A Pts SOG SOG% GW GB vs. DC Assists: 5 at George Mason (4/7/13) GB: 4 – 3x, last at Lafayette (3/16/13) 2 16 26 .538 0 13 2 22 5 Points: 8 at George Mason (4/7/13) 6 22 34 .471 31 .9DC: 12 2 at1Lehigh 10(3/5/13) 1 8 1 Shots: 7 at Lehigh (3/5/13) at La Salle (3/1/13) 8 38 60 .500 31 .5CT: 172 – 2x, 1 last23 3 30 6 SOG: 7 at Lehigh (3/5/13) FPG: 2 vs. Georgetown (2/16/13)

Hawley, Shannon

Season

GP

G

2013 TOTAL

13 13

9 9

A AtPts Shots Shot% Delaware

member of.4squad two-time on the 2 1 Third-year 10 19 74 and15 .7letterwinner 89 1 • greatest 8 6assets10 include her vision and composure • 2012 CAA All-Rookie Team selection • 1 field10 19 .474 15 .789 1 8 6 10 2

SOG

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

Season

GP

G

A 2013 Pts Season Shots Shot%

2013 TOTAL

4 4

0 0

will face-off against former teammate, Ellen Shaffrey, who is a junior at William & Mary • tied a Delaware Stadium record with three assists against George Heidelbaugh, Devyn Mason (4/22/12) • six career hat tricks. SOG

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

0 Started 0 all 16 -games for the - second - straight year - •0 also led 0 the Blue 0 Hens 0 for 0 second consecutive season with 15 assists, a total good for 122nd in the NCAA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (0.94 per game/seventh CAA/113th NCAA) • tied for second with 41 points (179th NCAA) • second on team with three game-winning goals (tied for third Kaminiski, in CAA) • third for Delaware with four free positionLeigh goals • tied for eighth in the CAA with 2.56 points per game (158th NCAA) • four hat tricks • collected points in all but two games • tallied a career game with eight points on five assists and three goals in UD’s 18-8 victory over George Mason (April 7) • scored a career-best five goals at Lehigh (March 5) and at Lafayette (March 16) • scooped up four groundballs three different times on the season • registered a career-high two draw controls at Lehigh (March 5). 2012 Season Started all 17 games for Delaware as a freshman • CAA All-Rookie Team honoree • led Blue Hens with 11 assists • finished second on the team with 17 goals • third for UD with 28 points • tied for second in the CAA with three game-winning goals • shot .500 on the season (17-34) • registered two hat tricks with three goals each against James Madison (4/20) and at Towson (4/1) • tallied a career-high five points versus James Madison (4/20) • collected three groundballs at William & Mary (4/8). High School Four-year letterwinner in lacrosse at James Madison High School • team went a perfect 21-0 to win the district, regional, and state championships during her senior campaign • named U.S. Lacrosse High School First Team All-American during her junior and senior years • Washington Post All-Met First Team in 2011 • Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention in 2010 • ESPN Rise Games: 2011 Champion All-American Showcase Team • Under Armour All America Underclass All- Star Team 2010 • Women’s Division National Team in the DC Metro Region in 2010 • named MVP of the volleyball team during her junior and senior seasons • honorable mention All-District selection her final two years • member of National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, and National Spanish Honor Society • selected Class Representative • six-time academic athletic honor roll.

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Personal Allison McLaughlin Hahn • born April 7, 1993 • daughter of Tom and Nancy Hahn • parents both played volleyball at Penn State • has two older brothers, Andrew and Lucas • studying environmental science with a minor in marine biology at Delaware • chose UD because of the lacrosse program and strong academic opportunities.

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16 50

38 85

3 10

41 95

82 219

.463 .388

65 90

.793 .411

0 1

Hahn, Allison

2014 RETURNERS Season

GP

G

A

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 16 33

17 26 43

11 15 26

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

.500 .491 .494

41 -

SOG% GW

Blue Hens

11 15 19 10 26 UNIVERSITY 40 53 OF 16 DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE

GB

DC

TO

16 19 35

6 7 13

29 24 53

CT

abbie hartman

28 41 69

34 53 87

.774 -

0 3 3

2 7 9

SENIOR || attack || hatfield, pennsylvania || north penn high school || Communications MAJOR

Hartman, Abbie

CAREER STATISTICS

Season

GP

G

A

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 16 33

14 16 30

2 6 8

CAREER HIGHS Goals: 2 – 9x, last vs.GP W&M (4/14/13) Season G A Assists: 1 – 8x, last vs. W&M (4/14/13) 2013 13 9 1 Points: 3 – 3x, last vs. W&M (4/14/12) TOTAL 13 9 1 Shots: 5 – 2x, last at Lafayette (3/16/13) SOG: 5 at Monmouth (2/22/13) FPG: 1 at Georgetown (2/29/12) Season

GP

G

A

Pts Shots

16 22 38

26 34 60

Shot%

SOG

.538 .471 .500

31 31

SOG% GW

.912 .517

0 1 1

GB

DC

TO

CT

13 10 23

2 1 3

22 8 30

5 1 6

GB

DC

TO

CT

8 8

6 6

10 10

2 2

GB

DC

TO

CT

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

22

Hawley, Shannon FGS: – 3x, lastShot% at Monmouth (2/22/13) Pts 1Shots SOG SOG% GW GB: 4 vs. Denver (2/24/13) 10 19 .474 15 .789 1 DC: 101 – 3x, 19last vs..Loyola 474 (3/13/13) 15 .789 1 CT: 2 – 2x, last vs. George Mason (4/22/12)

Heidelbaugh, Devyn Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

SOG% GW

At Delaware 2013 4 0 0 0 Fourth-year member of team who TOTAL 4 0 and0three-time 0 letterwinner - is likely- to make an impact on the team’s offense as a low attacker • spark player that has a quick first step and the ability to finish.

0 0

Kaminiski, Leigh

2013 Season Competed in all 16 games while starting 10 • fourth on team with 22 points on 16 goals and six assists • tallied at least one point in all but four games • finished season with 10 groundballs, one draw control and one caused turnover • posted game-winning goal against No. 11 Loyola (3/13/13), marking UD’s first victory over a ranked opponent since 2009 and the highest ranked foe since 2000 • scooped a career-high four groundballs against NCAA Tournament participant Denver (2/24/13). 2012 Season Started 14 of 17 games played for the Blue Hens • fifth on the team with 14 goals and tied for fourth with 16 total points • posted a 53.8 shot percentage and 84.6 shot on goal percentage on the season • went 1-for-2 on free position goals • recorded 13 groundballs, five caused turnovers and two draw controls • scored first career goals (two) at Georgetown (2/29) • marked first career assist vs. La Salle (3/2) • posted a career-high four shots (all on goal) at William and Mary (4/8). 2011 Season Saw action in eight games for the Blue Hens • recorded three shots on the season, of which two were on goal • did not tally any points during the year. high school Played and started all four years at North Penn High School in Lansdale, Pa. for head coach Jami Wilus • tallied 73 goals during senior season, leading her team to a Suburban One Continental Conference championship • earned All-America honorable mention status • named first team All-Suburban One Continental Conference her junior and senior seasons • landed on school’s honor roll. Personal Abigail “Abbie” Eileen Hartman • born October 5, 1991 • daughter of John and Karen Hartman • has three older siblings: Mandy, Meghan and Brendan • uncle, Joe Hartman, attended Delaware • chose Delaware for its beautiful campus and excellent academics and athletics • lists Jami Wilus as her biggest influence because she taught her everything she knows about the game and is a great role model • communications major at Delaware • studied abroad during the summer of 2012 • spent a semester at sea while traveling to eight countries in Europe and North Africa • interned with Harmelin Media.

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2013

16

TOTAL 33 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE

26 43

15 26

41 69

53 87

.491 .494

41 -

.774 -

3 3

19 35

7 13

24 53

7 9

2014 RETURNERS Hartman, Abbie

Season

GP

G

A

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 16 33

14 16 30

2 6 8

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

.538 .471 .500

31 31

SOG% GW

shannon hawley 16 22 38

head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

26 34 60

.912 .517

0 1 1

GB

DC

TO

CT

13 10 23

2 1 3

22 8 30

5 1 6

sophomore || midfielder || camillus, new york || west genesee high school || english MAJOR

Hawley, Shannon

CAREER STATISTICS Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

13 13

9 9

1 1

3

Pts Shots

10 10

19 19

Shot%

SOG

.474 .474

15 15

SOG% GW

.789 .789

1 1

GB

DC

TO

CT

8 8

6 6

10 10

2 2

Heidelbaugh, Devyn

Season

GP

G

2013 TOTAL

4 4

0 0

CAREER HIGHS Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC TO CT Goals: 2 at Lafayette (3/16/13) FGS: 3 at Drexel (4/19/13) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Assists: 1 at Monmouth (2/22/13) GB: 2 – 2x, last vs. Hofstra (4/21/13) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Points: 2 – 2x, last at Lafayette (3/16/13) DC: 2 vs. William & Mary (4/14/13) Shots: 3 – 2x, last at Drexel (4/19/13) CT: 1 – 2x, last at Drexel (4/19/13) Kaminiski, Leigh SOG: 3 at Drexel (4/19/13) FPG: 1 – 2x, last at Drexel (4/19/13)

A

At Delaware Letterwinner who possesses an outstanding skill set • an attacker and draw specialist who will be looked upon to control the draw and covert goals • will see high school teammate Shelby Milne as an opponent at Hofstra • currently amidst a five-game goal scoring streak. 2013 Season Saw action in 13 games and started three during her rookie campaign • finished season with nine goals, one assist, 10 points, eight groundballs, six draw controls and two caused turnovers • scored first career goal while recording first career assist against Monmouth on Feb. 22 • posted a career-high two goals at Lafayette on March 16 • won two draw controls vs. William & Mary on April 14. High School A four-year lacrosse starter (midfielder) and letterwinner at West Genesee High School • helped lead team to the New York State Championship as a senior (2012) • team also earned their way to the state semi-finals in 2009 • played for Bob Elmer, Dan Hallinan and Carl Dattellas • Under Armour Underclass All-American • Brine Unsung Hero • First Team All-League • Coaches Award • New York State Championship All-Tournament Team • Honor Roll • played alongside UD teammate Kara Dattellas • also played basketball. Personal Shannon Marie Hawley • born January 29, 1994 • daughter of Carl and Sharon Hawley • has an older brother, Colby, and a younger sister, Caitlin • majoring in English with a minor in journalism with the goal of becoming a journalist for a magazine or newspaper • cites teammate Caitlin McCartney as the biggest influence on her as an athlete because she is a competitive and very talented athlete • chose Delaware because she feels the lacrosse program is amazing and the education offered is great • began playing lacrosse at age 11 • had her front tooth knocked out while playing indoor lacrosse when younger • uncles, John, Dave and Jeff Desko, and cousin, Tim Desko, all played lacrosse collegiately • enjoys writing, road trips and hanging out with friends • figure skated competitively for numerous years • active in several community service projects.

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2012 2013 TOTAL

17 16 33

2014 RETURNERS

14 16 30

2 6 8

16 22 38

26 34 60

.538 .471 .500

31 31

.912 .517

0 1 1

Blue Hens

13 2 22 5 10 UNIVERSITY 1 8 OF 1 DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE 23 3 30 6

Hawley, Shannon

devyn heidelbaugh

Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

13 13

9 9

1 1

Pts Shots

10 10

19 19

Shot%

SOG

.474 .474

15 15

SOG% GW

.789 .789

1 1

GB

DC

TO

CT

8 8

6 6

10 10

2 2

Sophomore || defense || boyertown, pennsylvania || boyertown high school || health behavior science MAJOR

Heidelbaugh, Devyn

CAREER STATISTICS

Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

4 4

0 0

0 0

Pts Shots

0 0

Shot%

SOG

-

-

-

SOG% GW

-

0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

11

Kaminiski, Leigh CAREER HIGHS Goals: n/a Assists: n/a Points: n/a Shots: n/a SOG: n/a FPG: n/a

FGS: n/a Groundballs: n/a Draw Controls: n/a Caused Turnovers: n/a

At Delaware Letterwinner with the athleticism and hustle to come up with key groundballs and draw controls • likely to immediately make a positive impact draw unit and in the defensive end • CAA Academic Honor Roll selection • could match-up against former teammate Kelly Furman, who plays lacrosse at La Salle. 2013 Season Competed in four games as a freshman • did not record any statistics in games against Lehigh, Lafayette, George Mason or William & Mary. high school Played four years of lacrosse and soccer at Boyertown Senior High School • helped lead lacrosse team to four straight Pioneer Athletic Conference titles • two-time First Team All-Area honoree • US Lacrosse All-American Honorable Mention • US Lacrosse Academic All-American • 2012 Pottstown Mercury Lacrosse Player of the Year • All-Area Soccer Honorable Mention • soccer team won the 2012 Pioneer Athletic Conference • played for Bill Goddard, Kathy Michael and Pam Wernersbach • High Honor Roll selection. Personal Devyn Nicole Heidelbaugh • born December 15, 1993 • daughter of John and Christine Heidelbaugh • has an older brother, Tyler, and an older sister, Jordan • sister is a junior on the West Chester University lacrosse team • majoring in health behavior science with the goals of becoming a nutritionist • began playing lacrosse in third grade • chose Delaware because of the atmosphere and location • cites her high school soccer coach, Bill Goddard, as the biggest influence on her as an athlete because he always pushed her to her full potential • has swam with manatees.

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ali karwoski

Individual Career History

head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

sophomore || midfield || phoenixville, pennsylvania || great valley high school || marketing MAJOR

Karwoski, Alison

CAREER STATISTICS Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

15 15

4 4

0 0

17

Pts Shots

4 4

17 17

Shot%

SOG

.235 .235

13 13

SOG% GW

.765 .765

GB

DC

TO

CT

4 4

15 15

6 6

10 10

0 0

McCartney, Caitlin CAREER HIGHS Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC TO CT Goals: 1 – 4x, last at Drexel (4/19/13) FGS: 1 – 2x, last vs. Rutgers (3/9/13) 4 39 85 .412 0 37 39 20 14 Assists: n/a GB: 2 at Lehigh (3/5/13) 5 46 80 .512 64 .800 4 28 34 10 16 Points: 1 – 4x, last at Drexel (4/19/13) DC: 8 vs. Georgetown (2/16/13) 9 85 165 .461 4 65 73 30 30 Shots: 3 – 3x, last at George Mason (4/7/13) CT: 4 vs. Denver (2/24/13) SOG: 3 – 3x, last at George Mason (4/7/13) Pollard, Emily FPG: n/a

Season

GP

G

2012 2013 TOTAL

15 14 29

35 41 76

Season

GP

G

2013 TOTAL

9 9

2 2

0 At Delaware 2 6 .333 4 .667 0 0 0 3 0 Letterwinner and outstanding athlete who will be looked to make an impact 0 2 6 .333 4 .667 0 0 0 3 0

Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

14 14

11 11

Season

GP

G

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 16 33

0 0 0

Season

GP

G

2012 2013 TOTAL

15 3 18

0 0 0

Season

GP

G

2013 TOTAL

9 9

2 2

A

A

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

on the draw and in the transition game • will play against former high school teammates Caroline Dodds (Drexel) and Catherine Shaughnessy (William & McKenzie Mary) • second in school and Rafferty, Delaware Stadium history with eight draw controls against Georgetown (2/16/13). Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

1 2013 12 Season 38 .289 29 .763 0 8 16 17 2 Started seven of 15 games played for the Blue Hens in rookie campaign • fifth 1 on the 12team 38 . 2 8 9 29 . 7 6 3 0 8 16 17 2 with 15 draw controls • finished season with four goals in addition

to 10 caused turnovers and four groundballs • opened career with eight draw controls against nationally-rankedSmith, GeorgetownKierstan (2/16), a mark that is good for second in school and Delaware Stadium history • recorded first career goal (2/22) in SOG additionSOG% to two draw causedCT A against Pts Monmouth Shots Shot% GW controls GB and DC twoTO turnovers • registered a season-high four caused turnovers against Denver, 0 0 0 16 6 5 10 another nationally-ranked program, on Feb. 24 • posted at least two draw 0 controls 0 in four- contests. 0 23 2 11 10

0

0

-

-

-

-

0

39

8

16

20

High School Four-year varsity lacrosse letterwinner for the Mollie Great Valley High School • Smith, helped lead team to two Ches-mont League championships (2010/2012) • team all-league, UnderGW ArmourGB All-American honorsCT A earned Pts first Shots Shot% all-area SOG and SOG% DC TO • Philly Showcase Offensive MVP • Honor Roll student • played for Joe Tornetta 0 • also0 participated - field 0 hockey 9 and5indoor6track 9 in volleyball, cross country, 0 at GVHS. 0 0 0 0 0 0

0

0

-

-

-

-

0

9

5

6

9

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

-

24 24

4 4

11 11

18 18

Personal Alison (Ali) Brooke Karwoski •VanDaniker,Lauren born October 9, 1993 • daughter of Beth and Rich Karwoski • has one older brother, Richard, and two younger sisters, Sarah and Nicole • majoring in marketing with a minor in advertising • cites her high A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC TO CT school lacrosse coach, Joe Tornetta, as the biggest influence on her athletically 2 because 4 he always 2 1.000 2 1.000 0 3 0 3 pushed her to do her best and never accepted anything less 1 2 • began 4 playing 2 lacrosse 1.000in third2grade1.000 0 3 because 0 she3felt it 1 • chose Delaware was a perfect fit athletically and academically.

Wein, Erin

Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

16 16

0 0

1 1

Pts Shots

1 1

-

Shot%

SOG

-

-

0 0

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Individual Career History

2014 RETURNERS

Karwoski, Alison Season

2013 TOTAL

caitlin m cartney GP

G

A

15 15

4 4

0 0

Pts Shots

4 4

17 17

Shot%

SOG

.235 .235

13 13

c

SOG% GW

.765 .765

0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

4 4

15 15

6 6

10 10

junior || midfield || doylestown, pennsylvania || archbishop wood high school || health behavior science MAJOR

McCartney, Caitlin

CAREER STATISTICS

Season

GP

G

A

2012 2013 TOTAL

15 14 29

35 41 76

4 5 9

Pts Shots

39 46 85

85 80 165

Shot%

SOG

.412 .512 .461

64 -

SOG% GW

.800 -

0 4 4

GB

DC

TO

CT

37 28 65

39 34 73

20 10 30

14 16 30

TO

CT

3 3

0 0

8

Pollard, Emily

CAREER HIGHS Goals: 6 vs. Temple (3/27/13) FGS: 3 – 5x, last vs. W&M (4/14/13) Season GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC Assists: 1 – 9x, last at Drexel (4/19/13) GB: 6 at Georgetown (2/29/12) 2013 9 2 0 2 6 . 3 3 3 4 . 6 6 7 0 0 0 Points: 6 – 2x, last vs. Temple (3/27/13) DC: 6 vs. Temple (3/27/13) TOTAL 9 2 0 2 6 . 3 3 3 4 . 6 6 7 0 0 0 Shots: 10 at William & Mary (4/8/12) CT: 4 at Maryland (2/16/12) SOG: 8 at Denver (2/28/12) Rafferty, McKenzie FPG: 2 – 6x, last vs. William & Mary (4/14/13) Season

GP

GB

DC

TO

CT

8 8

16 16

17 17

2 2

GB

DC

TO

CT

16 23 39

6 2 8

5 11 16

10 10 20

CAA with 3.29 points per game (74th NCAA) • led Delaware with 46 points (134th NCAA) off of a team-best 41 goals (70th NCAA) and five assists • also guided the Hens Smith, Mollie with 34 draw controls, a total good for ninth in UD history • averaged 2.43 draw controls per game (111th NCAA) • tied for second on the team with 86 caused turnovers (1.14 per game/86th GP NCAA) • posted per game, good for 80th nationally • Season G 2.0Agroundballs Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB missed two games with an injury • recorded nine hat tricks, including four straight to kick 2012 15season with0five goals 0 against 0 No. 15-Georgetown-(Feb. 16)-• collected 0 9 off year • opened a career-high six3goals on eight 2013 0 shots0against0Temple on- March 27 •- the six goals - tie for 0 0 a Delaware Stadium record • also recorded a career-high six draw controls against the TOTAL 18 0 0 0 0 9 Owls • scored at least one goal and posted at least one draw control in each game played.

DC

TO

CT

5 0 5

6 0 6

9 0 9

TO

CT

3 3

1 1

At Delaware

G

A

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

SOG% GW

2013 14 11 38 of the.2 89 SynapseSports.com 29 .763 A captain and two-time letterwinner •1201212 CAA Rookie Year, TOTAL 14 Team and 11 IWLCA 1 All-Mid-Atlantic 12 38Region.2 89 Team 29• two-time .763 National All-Rookie Second First Team All-CAA and Team MVP honoree • IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team (2013) • 15 career hat tricks • has recorded 29 straight games with a point while collectSmith, ing a goal in 25 consecutive contests • ninth in UD history with 73 career draw controls • holds school record with 2.51 draw controls per game.

Season

GP

2013 Season

G

A

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

0 0

Kierstan

SOG% GW

First Blue Hen to17 be named to0 the IWLCA 2007 2012 0 All-Mid-Atlantic 0 - Region First - Team since • First Team All-CAA Alumni Association 2013 16 selection 0 • UD 0 0 - Team MVP -• CAA Player - of the Week (Feb. 25) • led the CAA and finished 21st in the NCAA with 2.93 goals per game TOTAL 0 game 0 winning 0 goals in - addition to- placing -third in the • second in the 33 league with four

0 0 0

2012 Season VanDaniker,Lauren Made an immediate impact as a freshman for the Blue Hens • CAA Rookie of the Year • First Team All-CAA selection • SynapseSports.com National All-Rookie Team • UD Alumni Season GP G All-Mid-Atlantic A Pts Shots Shot% GW GB DC Association Team MVP • IWLCA Region Second Team • SOG three-timeSOG% CAA Rookie of the Week • finished in the top 10 in the CAA of four statistical categories • sec2013 9 2 2 4 2 1.000 2 1.000 0 3 0 ond with 2.33 goals per game (77th NCAA), third with 2.47 groundballs per game (30th TOTAL 9 draw controls 2 2 game4(89th NCAA) 2 and 1.000 1.000 0 3 0 NCAA), fifth at 2.60 per seventh with 2 2.60 points per game • tied for the lead at Delaware with 35 goals • led Blue Hens with 11 free position goals on 23 free position shots in addition to 37 groundballs • second on the team with Erin 39 points, 85 shots, 39 draw controls • 39 draw controls tied for fourth all-time inWein, Delaware season history • 14 caused turnovers was good for third on team • tied for third with four assists • finished percentage and .788 shot onSOG% goal Season GP seasonGwith .412 A shot Pts Shots (35-85) Shot% SOG GW GB DC percentage (67-85) • posted first career goal, along with first career hat trick, at Maryland 2013 16 to score four 0 goals1in second 1 game of - career against - Villanova - (2/22) 0 24 4 (2/16) • continued • tallied four goals games six hat • scored goals TOTAL 16 in four different 0 1 • totaled 1 - tricks in season 0 24 4 in all but one game • missed two games due to injury • recorded a career-high five points against Villanova (2/22), which is tied for sixth in Delaware Stadium history • eight shots against George Mason (4/22) is good for third in Delaware Stadium history • five draw controls against George Mason (4/22) tied for second in Delaware Stadium history.

TO

CT

11 11

18 18

high school Member of the basketball and lacrosse teams at Archbishop Wood High School • earned second team All-Catholic honors in 2009, and first team honors in 2010 and 2011 • named All-American during senior year • basketball team won two state championships in 2010 and 2011 • received third team All-Catholic accolades in 2010 and second team honors in 2011 • four-year honor roll student. Personal Caitlin Erin McCartney • born March 27, 1993 • daughter of Bryan and Karen McCartney • father played football for Widener • older brother, Bryan, played lacrosse at Villanova, while older brother Sean plays football at West Chester • majoring in health behavior science with a minor in public health • chose Delaware because of the close proximity to home and lacrosse program • started playing lacrosse in the third grade • enjoys skiing, swimming, going to the beach and spending time with family and friends.

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2013

15

TOTAL 15 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE

4 4

0 0

4 4

17 17

.235 .235

13 13

.765 .765

0 0

4 4

15 15

6 6

10 10

2014 RETURNERS McCartney, Caitlin

Season

GP

G

A

2012 2013 TOTAL

15 14 29

35 41 76

4 5 9

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

.412 .512 .461

64 -

emily pollard 39 46 85

head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

85 80 165

SOG% GW

.800 -

0 4 4

GB

DC

TO

CT

37 28 65

39 34 73

20 10 30

14 16 30

SOPHOMORE || MIDFIELD || MERRIMACK, NEW HAMPSHIRE || MERRIMACK high school || DIETETICS MAJOR

Pollard, Emily

CAREER STATISTICS Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

9 9

2 2

0 0

25

Pts Shots

2 2

6 6

Shot%

SOG

.333 .333

4 4

SOG% GW

.667 .667

0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

0 0

0 0

3 3

0 0

Rafferty, McKenzie CAREER HIGHS Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC TO CT Goals: 1 – 2x, last vs. W&M (4/14/13) FGS: 1 vs. William & Mary (4/14/13) 1 12 38 .289 29 .763 0 8 16 17 2 Assists: n/a Groundballs: n/a 1 12 38 .289 29 .763 0 8 16 17 2 Points: 1 – 2x, last vs. W&M (4/14/13) Draw Controls: n/a Shots: 2 – 2x, last vs. W&M (4/14/13) Caused Turnovers: n/a Smith, Kierstan SOG: 1 – 4x, last vs. W&M (4/14/13) FPG: 1 vs. William & Mary (4/14/13)

Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

14 14

11 11

Season

GP

G

A

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 16 33

0 0 0

0 0 0 16 6 5 10 0 At Delaware 0 0 23 2 11 10 Letterwinner and athlete who will add depth and versatility to the team’s attack 0 0 0 39 8 16 20

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

unit and speed to the midfield • CAA Academic Honor Roll selection • Delaware Lacrosse family legacy as the niece of Barbara Wolfe Pollard.

Smith, Mollie

Season

GP

G

2012 2013 TOTAL

15 3 18

0 0 0

2013 Season in nine Shot% games for the Blue Hens in rookie • finished A Competed Pts Shots SOG SOG% GW campaign GB DC TO sea-CT • went 1-for-1 in free position goals • shot .333 and went 0 son with 0 two goals 0 9 5 6 9 .667 in shots on goal • scored first collegiate goal against George Mason 0 (April07). 0 0 0 0 0

0

0

-

-

-

-

0

9

5

6

9

High School Three-sport athlete (lacrosse, field hockey, track & field) for all four years at MerVanDaniker,Lauren rimack High School • US Lacrosse All-American and Academic All-American • Female AthleteSOG% of the Year • helped lacrosse A 2012 PtsNashua ShotsTelegraph Shot% SOG GW GB lead DC TOteamCT to 2012 D2 state championship and the field hockey team to the 2011 D1 Final 2 Four 4 2 Telegraph 1.000 All Stars 2 First 1.000 0 3 3 1 • four-time Team selection • holds0nine indoor 2 track 4school records 2 1.000 2 for 1.000 0 (lacrosse), 3 0 Maclean 3 1 at MHS • played Beth Rogers Ann (field hockey) and Shawn Crotou (track) • National Honors Society and Scholar student • graduated in the top 15 percent of her class. Wein, Erin

Season

GP

G

2013 TOTAL

9 9

2 2

Season

GP

G

A Personal Pts Shots

2013 TOTAL

16 16

0 0

1 and Liz 1 Pollard- • has an -older sister, - Carolyn, - and0 an 24 4 11 older brother, Chris •18 1 sister 1played lacrosse - (2007-11) - Barbara 0 24 4 11 at Penn • aunt, Wolfe Pollard, played18

Shot%

SOG

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

Emily E. Pollard • born November 5, 1993 in Boston, Mass. • daughter of Chip lacrosse and field hockey for the Blue Hens and is a 1990 alum • cites her sister as a major influence in her as an athlete because her drive and dedication towards lacrosse serves as an inspiration • began playing lacrosse in third grade • chose Delaware because of the great academics and athletics in addition to the beautiful campus and good location • majoring in dietetics with the goal of becoming a registered dietitian • enjoys skiing and hiking in the mountains.

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2012 2013 TOTAL

15 14 29

2014 RETURNERS

35 41 76

4 5 9

39 46 85

85 80 165

.412 .512 .461

64 -

.800 -

0 4 4

Blue Hens

37 39 20 14 28 UNIVERSITY 34 10 OF 16 DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE 65 73 30 30

Pollard, Emily Season

2013 TOTAL

m kenzie rafferty GP 9 9

c G

A

2 2

0 0

Pts Shots

2 2

6 6

Shot%

SOG

.333 .333

4 4

SOG% GW

.667 .667

0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

0 0

0 0

3 3

0 0

SOPHOMORE || attack || chester springs, pennsylvania || downingtown east high school || early childhood education MAJOR

Rafferty, McKenzie

CAREER STATISTICS

Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

14 14

11 11

1 1

Pts Shots

12 12

38 38

Shot%

SOG

.289 .289

29 29

SOG% GW

.763 .763

0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

8 8

16 16

17 17

2 2

7

Smith, Kierstan CAREER HIGHS Season GP G A Goals: 3 – 2x, last at Lafayette (3/16/13) 2012 17 0 0 Assists: 1 at Lehigh (3/5/13) 2013 16 0 0 Points: 3 – 2x, last at Lafayette (3/16/13) TOTAL 33 0 0 Shots: 6 vs. Loyola (3/13/13) SOG: 4 at Lafayette (3/16/13) FPG: 1 – 3x, last vs. Towson (3/31/13) Season

GP

G

A

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

0 0 0

16 23 39

6 2 8

5 11 16

10 10 20

FGS: 3 – at La Salle (3/1/13) 0 GB: 3 at James Madison (4/5/13) 0 DC: 3 – 2x, last vs. Old Dominion (4/12/13) 0 CT: 1 – 2x, last at James Madison (4/5/13)

Smith, Mollie Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

0 0 0

9 0 9

5 0 5

6 0 6

9 0 9

DC

TO

CT

0 0

3 3

1 1

DC

TO

CT

4 4

11 11

18 18

At Delaware 2012 15 0 0 0 Letterwinner and skilled dodgers • will make an immediate impact in team’s at2013 3 0 0 0 tack unit and add speed to the transition game • could match-up against former TOTAL 18 Solenberger 0 (Lehigh), 0 0Kelly Devlin - (UNC) -and Allie - Murray teammates Emily (Notre Dame) • two career hat tricks • CAA Academic Honor Roll selection.

VanDaniker,Lauren

2013 Season Competed in GP 14 games while starting nineShots as a freshman • Colonial Season G A Pts Shot% SOG Athletic SOG% GW GB Association and WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week (March 18) • fourth on 2013 9 2 2 4 2 1.000 2 1.000 0 3 the team with 16 draw controls • ranked sixth with 11 goals and 12 points • TOTAL 2 caused 4 turnovers 2 •1.000 2 1.000 0 3 collected eight 9 groundballs2 and two scored first career goal against at La Salle on March 1 • dished out lone assist on the season at Lehigh Wein, Erin on March 5 • tallied a season-best three draw controls against at Lafayette (March 16) and vs. Old Dominion (April 12) • collected a season-best three groundballs against James on April 5 • picked up first career hat Season GP G Madison A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB tricks in back-to-back games against Loyola (March 13) and Lafayette (March 2013 16 0 1 1 0 24 16) • helped guide Delaware to its first win over a ranked opponent and the TOTAL 16 0 1 1 0 24 highest ranked foe since 2000 in No. 11 Loyola on March 13. high school A four-year lacrosse letterwinner as an attacker/midfielder • 225 career goals scored • All-Ches-Mont and All-Area First Team selection • helped lead team to Ches-Mont League and District 1 Championships • Under Armour All-Star • All-Philly Lacrosse Honorable Mention • ESPN RISE All-American Honorable Mention • Academic All-American • team captain • also played two years of golf and field hockey • golf team captain for two season • Ches-Mont League Qualifier • played for Christa Somits (lacrosse) and Scott Yard (golf) • National Honors Society student that also was the editor for the DEHS Prowl Yearbook and an All-American Scholar Award honoree. Personal McKenzie Leigh Rafferty • born April 4, 1994 in Ephrata, Pa. • daughter of Charlie and Sharon Rafferty • has two younger brothers, Andrew and Bryan • nickname is “Raff” • father played football at Widener University from 198185 • majoring in Early Childhood Education with the goals of becoming a kindergarten teacher • minoring in Disabilities Studies and Coaching Science • spent time as a LYA golf counselor and lacrosse referee • enjoys wakeboarding, snowboards, golfing and travel • began playing lacrosse at age 10 and golf at age 14 • chose Delaware because of the great education and athletics experience and felt it was an awesome fit for her • cites her parents as a major influence on her life because they taught her to compete at a high level in addition to helping her become passionate about a game that they introduced to her.

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Season

GP

2013 LACROSSE 9 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S TOTAL 9

G

A

2 2

0 0

Pts Shots

2 2

6 6

Shot%

SOG

.333 .333

4 4

SOG% GW

.667 .667

0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

0 0

0 0

3 3

0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

8 8

16 16

17 17

2 2

2014 RETURNERS

Rafferty, McKenzie

KIERSTAN SMITH Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

14 14

11 11

1 1

Pts Shots

12 12

head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

38 38

Shot%

SOG

.289 .289

29 29

SOG% GW

.763 .763

0 0

junior || DEFENSE || MEDFORD LAKES, NEW JERSEY || SHAWNEE high school || HEALTH BEHAVIOR SCIENCE MAJOR

Smith, Kierstan

CAREER STATISTICS Season

GP

G

A

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 16 33

0 0 0

0 0 0

26 Season

GP

G

2012 2013 TOTAL

15 3 18

0 0 0

Pts Shots

0 0 0

-

Shot%

SOG

-

-

CAREER HIGHS Goals: n/aShots Shot% A Pts Assists: n/a 0 0 Points: n/a 0 0 Shots: n/a 0 0 SOG: n/a FPG: n/a Delaware A AtPts Shots Shot%

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

-

16 23 39

6 2 8

5 11 16

10 10 20

GB

DC

TO

CT

9

5

6

9

DC

TO

CT

0 0 0

Smith, Mollie SOG

-

FGS: n/aGW SOG%

Groundballs: 3 – 3x, last at Drexel (4/19/13) 0 9 5 6 9 Draw Controls: 2 at Temple (3/17/12) 0 0 0 0 0 Caused Turnovers: 3 vs. Lehigh (2/25/12)

-

0

VanDaniker,Lauren

Season

GP

G

2013 TOTAL

9 9

2 2

squad letterwinner 2 Third-year 4 2 member 1.000 and two-time 2 1.000 0 • top3match-up 0 defender 3 1 with the ability to cause turnovers and collect groundballs • one of two Shaw2 4 2 1.000 2 1.000 0 3 0 3 1 nee products on squad, joining fellow junior Alex Zaugra.

Wein, Erin 2013 Season Started all 16 games for second consecutive season on the defensive unit • 23 groundballs 10 caused and two A tallied Ptscareer-best Shots Shot% SOG• added SOG% GW turnovers GB DC TOdrawCT three- groundballs and two turnovers Temple18 1 controls 1 • collected - caused 0 24 4 vs. 11 (March 27).

Season

GP

G

2013 TOTAL

16 16

0 0

1

1

-

-

SOG

-

SOG% GW

-

0

GB

24

4

11

18

2012 Season Made an immediate impact on the defensive unit as she started all 17 games as a freshman • finished season with 16 groundballs, six draw controls and 10 caused turnovers • collected two groundballs in five different contests • registered two draw controls at Temple (March 17) • caused three turnovers against Lehigh (Feb. 25). High School Member of the soccer, basketball, lacrosse, and winter track teams at Shawnee High School • four-year varsity letterwinner • earned first team All-County, AllSouth Jersey, and All-Conference honors • selected to All-Star Team • member of the National Honor Society • honor roll student. Personal Kierstan (“keer-stin”) Brooke Smith • born August 24, 1992 • daughter of Dennis and Donna Smith • father wrestled at Rutgers University • has a younger sister, Erin • no relation to junior teammate Mollie Smith • health behavioral science major with a minor in physical activity and disabilities at the university • chose Delaware because of the academic and athletic opportunities • started playing lacrosse in the fourth grade • other hobbies include surfing and listening to music • worked as a camp counselor at Medford Lakes.

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2013 TOTAL

14 14

11 11

1 1

12 12

38 38

.289 .289

2014 RETURNERS

29 29

.763 .763

0 0

Blue Hens

8 16 17 2 8 UNIVERSITY 16 17 OF 2 DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Smith, Kierstan

Season

GP

G

A

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 16 33

0 0 0

0 0 0

Pts Shots

0 0 0

-

Shot%

SOG

-

-

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

-

16 23 39

6 2 8

5 11 16

10 10 20

MOLLIE SMITH 0 0 0

junioR || defense || ijamsville, maryland || urbana high school || civil engineering MAJOR

Smith, Mollie

Season

GP

G

A

2012 2013 TOTAL

15 3 18

0 0 0

0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Goals: n/a Season GP Assists: n/a 2013 9 Points: n/a TOTAL 9 Shots: n/a SOG: n/a FPG: n/a Season

GP

Pts Shots

0 0 0

-

Shot%

SOG

-

-

SOG% GW

-

CAREER STATISTICS

GB

DC

TO

CT

9 0 9

5 0 5

6 0 6

9 0 9

GB

DC

TO

CT

3 3

0 0

3 3

1 1

GB

DC

TO

CT

24 24

4 4

11 11

18 18

0 0 0

6

VanDaniker,Lauren G

2 2

FGS: A n/a Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW Groundballs: 2, twice (last at Temple, 3/17/12) 2 4 2 1.000 2 1.000 0 Draw Controls: 2 vs. Villanova (2/22/12) 2 4 2 1.000 2 1.000 0 Caused Turnovers: 3 at Denver (2/28/12)

Wein, Erin G

A

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

SOG% GW

At Delaware 2013 16 0 1 1 Third-year player letterwinner TOTAL 16 and two-time 0 1 1 who will - add speed, - grit and - depth in the defensive unit for the Blue Hens • will face former teammate Brittain Altomare, a junior at Hofstra.

0 0

2013 Season Played in three games during her sophomore campaign • did not record any statistics in games against Lafayette, George Mason and William & Mary. 2012 Season Started 14 of 15 games played • finished season with nine groundballs, nine caused turnovers and five draw controls • collected a career-high two draw controls against Villanova (2/22/12) • saw first career groundball against Lehigh (2/25/12) • tallied a career-high three caused turnovers at Denver (2/28/12). high school Collected first team Monocracy Valley Athletic League, first team All Area Frederick County, and first team All Galaxy honors • named MVP for Urbana High School women’s lacrosse team • received Minds in Motion Award • member of the National Honor Society • honor roll student. Personal Mollie Dunn Smith • daughter of Chris Smith • has two older sisters, Haley and Corinne • sister, Haley, played lacrosse at UMass • no relation to junior teammate Kierstan Smith • studying civil engineering at Delaware • chose UD because of the team dynamic, campus, and school atmosphere • started playing lacrosse in the fourth grade.

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2013

16

TOTAL 33 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE

0 0

0 0

0 0

-

-

-

-

0 0

23 39

2 8

11 16

10 20

2014 RETURNERS Smith, Mollie

Season

GP

G

A

2012 2013 TOTAL

15 3 18

0 0 0

0 0 0

Pts Shots

Shot%

SOG

-

-

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

9 0 9

5 0 5

6 0 6

9 0 9

LAUREN VANDANIKER 0 0 0

head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

-

-

0 0 0

sophomore || attack || perry hall, maryland || perry hall high school || nursing MAJOR

VanDaniker,Lauren

CAREER STATISTICS Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

9 9

2 2

2 2

1

Pts Shots

4 4

2 2

Shot%

SOG

1.000 1.000

2 2

SOG% GW

1.000 1.000

GB

DC

TO

CT

3 3

0 0

3 3

1 1

GB

DC

TO

CT

0 0

Wein, Erin

Season

GP

G

CAREER A Pts HIGHS Shots Shot%

2013 TOTAL

16 16

0 0

1 1 Assists: 1 – 2x, last vs. Temple (3/27/13) 1 1 -

Goals: 2 vs. Temple (3/27/13) Points: 3 vs. Temple (3/27/13) Shots: 2 vs. Temple (3/27/13) SOG: 2 vs. Temple (3/27/13) FPG: n/a

SOG

SOG% GW

FGS: n/a 0 24 4 11 18 GB: 1 – 3x, last at Lafayette (3/16/13) 0 24 4 11 18 DC: n/a CT: 1 vs. Rutgers (3/9/13)

At Delaware Second-year member of the team and one-time letterwinner • skilled player that will be relied upon to convert goals as a freshman • will face high school teammate Taylor O’Connor, who is a sophomore at Towson University • CAA Academic Honor Roll selection. 2013 Season Saw action in nine games in rookie campaign • collected four points on two goals and two assists • picked up three groundballs • posted a perfect 1.000 shot on goal percentage (2-for-2) • registered a career-game with two goals, one assist and three points in the team’s 15-11 win over Temple on March 27. High School A four-year lacrosse and soccer letterwinner at Perry Hall High School • threeyear varsity lacrosse captain • two-time All-Division, All-County and All-State lacrosse selection • All-American • two-time All-Division and All-County soccer honoree • helped lead varsity soccer team to an undefeated 12-0-0 record her senior season • earned the US Junior National Team Sportsmanship award for soccer in 2010 • played lacrosse for Jen High and Kristen LaPlume • played soccer for Rick Testerman • four-year Honor Roll selection • four-year All-Academic honoree • member of the yearbook staff. Personal Lauren N. VanDaniker • born September 2, 1994 in Baltimore, Md. • daughter of James VanDaniker and Betty VanDaniker • has one older brother, Jimmy, who wrestled collegiately at Johns Hopkins • cites her brother as a major influence on her life because he worked hard to be a state champion wrestler • majoring in nursing with the goals of becoming a registered nurse • chose Delaware because she felt connected and comfortable with the team and coaches in addition to the quality nursing program • started playing lacrosse in third grade and soccer in first grade • loves spending time at the beach • has a superstition of wearing the same hair tie and putting her right cleat on first for each game • member of the 2010 US Junior National Lacrosse team.

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15 3 18

2014 RETURNERS

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

-

-

-

-

0 0 0

Blue Hens

9 5 6 9 0 UNIVERSITY 0 0 OF 0 DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE 9 5 6 9

VanDaniker,Lauren Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

9 9

2 2

2 2

Pts Shots

4 4

2 2

Shot%

SOG

1.000 1.000

2 2

ERIN WEIN

SOG% GW

1.000 1.000

GB

DC

TO

CT

3 3

0 0

3 3

1 1

0 0

sophomore || defense || middletown, maryland || middletown high school || business marketing MAJOR

Wein, Erin

Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

16 16

0 0

1 1

CAREER HIGHS Goals: n/a Assists: 1 vs. Loyola (3/13/13) Points: 1 vs. Loyola (3/13/13) Shots: n/a SOG: n/a FPG: n/a

Pts Shots

1 1

-

Shot%

SOG

-

-

CAREER STATISTICS

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

-

24 24

4 4

11 11

18 18

FGS: n/a GB: 4 – 2x, last at Lafayette (3/16/13) DC: 1 – 4x, last vs. Hofstra (4/21/13) CT: 4 vs. Temple (3/27/13)

At Delaware Letterwinner known for her speed and ability to make 2-point plays (cause turnovers and collect groundballs) • impact in the defensive unit and transition game • will face former teammate Brittain Altomare, who is a junior at Hofstra • CAA All-Rookie Team selection • Delaware Team Most Improved Player (2013).

0 0

28

2013 Season Started all 16 games in rookie campaign • CAA All-Rookie Team selection • Team Most Improved Player • led Blue Hens with 18 caused turnovers (1.13 per game/91st NCAA) • third on team with 24 groundballs • added four draw controls and one assist • dished out first assist of career in team’s 10-9 victory against No. 11 Loyola (March 13), marking UD’s first victory over a ranked opponent since 2009 and the highest ranked foe since 2000 • scooped up season-best four groundballs vs. nationally-ranked Denver (Feb. 24) and Lafayette (March 16) • recorded a season-best four caused turnovers vs. Temple (March 27). high school Played lacrosse and field hockey all four years at Middletown High School • helped lead both teams to a combined eight conference championships • US Lacrosse All-American • 2012 team MVP • two-time FNP All-Area and All-Gazette honoree • All-Galaxy team selection • played for Gretchen Martin, Dawn Rothchhoefer and Ginny Dumars • honor roll student that also served as the secretary of her sophomore class and is active in numerous community service projects in her area. Personal Erin Marie Wein • born January 18, 1994 in California • daughter of Perry and Pamela Wein • has one older brother, Matthew, who played two seasons of lacrosse at Randolph Macon • cites her dad as the biggest influence on her because he attends all of her games and always cheers her on • majoring in business marketing • began playing lacrosse in fifth grade • chose Delaware because of the size of the school and atmosphere • fond of angel food cake • helps coach the club lacrosse team FSLAX.

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ABBY WHEBLE head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

Individual Career History

sophomore || defense || avondale, pennsylvania || avon grove high school || elementary education MAJOR

Wheble, Abigail

CAREER STATISTICS Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

13 13

0 0

0 0

14

Pts Shots

0 0

Shot%

SOG

-

-

-

SOG% GW

-

0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

5 5

3 3

1 1

4 4

DC

TO

CT

Zaugra, Alex

Season

GP

G

CAREER A Pts HIGHS Shots Shot%

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 14 31

0 0 0

0 0 Assists: n/a 0 0 Points: n/a 0 0

Goalie

GP

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 14 31

Season

GP

G

Letterwinner who brings a contagious energy and enthusiasm to her team • speed and quickness will make an impact in the defense and transition game • Zorovich, Tori could face-off against former teammate Kasey Callaway, who is a sophomore at High Point • 2013 UD Team Sportsmanship Award honoree • CAA AcaA demic PtsHonor Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC TO CT Roll selection.

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

1 7 6 14

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2013 0 Season 0 5 0 2 Played in 13 games while starting the final six games of the season in rookie 0 0 0 3 0 1 campaign • finished year with five groundballs, four caused turnovers and 0 three 0draw controls - career groundball 0 8 caused 0 turnover 3 • recorded first and

Goalie

GP

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

1 7 6 14

Goals: n/a

Shots: n/a SOG: n/a Minutes GA FPG: n/a

-

SOG

-

SOG% GW

FGS: n/a

GB

0 28 0 17 3 Groundballs: 3 at James Madison (4/5/13) 0 17 0 3 1 Draw Controls: 1 – 3x, last at Drexel (4/19/13) 0 45 0 20 4

Caused Turnovers: 2 at James Madison (4/5/13)

GAAvg

Saves

Save%

W

L

T

Sho

860:46 164 11.43 716:17 112 9.38 Delaware 1577:03 At 276 10.50

124 81 205

.431 .420 .426

5 7 12

9 4 13

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0 0

in team’s 15-11 win over Temple (March 27) • posted a season-best game at

Minutes James GA GAAvg L turnovers T • Sho Madison (April 5)Saves with threeSave% groundballs andW two caused UD

9:59 Team Sportsmanship 1 6.01 Award honoree. 2 .667 0 0 0 0 158:36 28 10.59 31 .525 0 3 0 0 High School 243:43 25 6.15 27 .519 3 2 0 0 Four-year varsity letterwinner for the Avon Grove High School lacrosse team • 412:18 two-time 54 All-League 7.86 First Team 60selection .52•6US Lacrosse3 All-American 5 0 Honorable0 Mention • two-time team captain • ESPN Rising Watch List selection • Academic All-American • three-year varsity field hockey letterwiner • First Team All-League honoree • named team’s Outstanding Senior and was senior team captain • played for Lisa Schweiger (lacrosse) and Sandy Leiti (field hockey) • National Honors Society student that was also the AGHS Student Council Vice President and Student Forum member • leader for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA).

Personal Abigail “Abby” Burke Wheble (“web--bull”)• born September 23, 1993 • daughter of Andrew and Donna Wheble • has one older sister, Emily • cites sister as the biggest influence on her as an athlete because she always encouraged, pushed and supported her in addition to being an amazing athlete herself • majoring in elementary education and special education • began playing lacrosse in seventh grade and field hockey in ninth grade • chose Delaware for the team, coaches, location, education program and “championship vision” • worked as a tour guide at Herr’s Snack Factory.

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Individual Career History Wheble, Abigail

Season

GP

G

A

2013 TOTAL

13 13

0 0

0 0

Pts Shots

0 0

Shot%

SOG

-

-

-

ALEX ZAUGRA

SOG% GW

-

0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

5 5

3 3

1 1

4 4

Zaugra, Alex junior || goalkeeper || medford lakes, new jersey || shawnee high school || health behavior science MAJOR Season

GP

G

A

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 14 31

0 0 0

0 0 0

Pts Shots

Goalie

GP

Minutes

GA

GAAvg

Saves

Save%

W

L

T

Sho

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 14 31

860:46 716:17 1577:03

164 112 276

11.43 9.38 10.50

124 81 205

.431 .420 .426

5 7 12

9 4 13

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

Shot%

SOG

-

-

-

SOG% GW

GB

DC

TO

CT

-

28 17 45

0 0 0

17 3 20

3 1 4

0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Zorovich, Tori GA: 16 vs. Georgetown (2/16/13) SOG: n/a Season GP G A Pts Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW GB DC TO CT Saves: 12 – 3x, last vs. Georgetown (2/16/13) FPG: n/a 2011 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Goals: FGS: 2012 n/a 7 0 0 0 - n/a0 5 0 2 0 2013 n/a 6 0 0 0 - last vs. -George 0 3 0(4/22/12) 1 0 Assists: GB:- 5 – 2x, Mason TOTAL 14 0 0 0 0 8 0 3 0 Points: n/a DC: n/a Goalien/a GP Minutes GA GAAvg CT: Saves Save% W L T Sho Shots: 1 – 4x, last vs. Denver (2/24/13) 2011 2012 2013 At TOTAL

1 9:59 7 158:36 6 243:43 Delaware 14 412:18

1 28 25 54

6.01 10.59 6.15 7.86

2 31 27 60

.667 .525 .519 .526

0 0 3 3

0 3 2 5

0 0 0 0

Third-year goalie and two-time letterwinner that will continue to battle for time in the goal with senior teammate Tori Zorovich • gained recognition at the national level statistically as a freshman and sophomore • has quick hands and can make game-changing saves • eager to be an impact player • one of two Shawnee products on the squad, along with fellow sophomore Kierstan Smith • One Love Foundation Yeardley Reynolds Love Unsung Hero Award Finalist for efforst with Love the Game Around the World project • 10th in Delaware history with 1,577:03 minutes played • 11th all-time with a 10.5 career goals per game average • 13th in the UD record books with 205 career saves.

0 0 0 0

CAREER STATISTICS

13

2013 Season Team’s leading goalie with 14 starts on the season • One Love Foundation Yeardley Reynolds Love Unsung Hero Award Finalist • allowed 9.38 goals per game, good for fourth in the CAA and 27th nationally • ranked fifth in the league and 42nd in the NCAA with a 42.0 save percentage • also ranked 74th in the NCAA with 5.79 saves per game (seventh CAA) and 88th with 81 saves • posted a 7-4 record on the year • registered 17 groundballs and one caused turnover • tied a career-high with 12 saves against Georgetown (2/16); mark also ties for second in Delaware Stadium history. 2012 Season Started 15 of 17 games played in the pipes for the Blue Hens as a freshman • ranked nationally in the top 45 of four different categories • finished 34th in save percentage at .431 (fifth CAA), 40th with 7.29 saves per game (tied for fourth in CAA), 43rd with 124 total saves and 44th with 11.44 goals allowed per contest (sixth in the CAA) • collected five groundballs versus George Mason (4/22) to tie for third in Delaware Stadium history • recorded 10 saves against Lehigh (2/25) to tie for fifth in Delaware Stadium history. high school Four-year member and three-year letterwinner on the lacrosse team at Shawnee High School • named Honorable mention All-American as a junior and senior • earned second team All-South Jersey and second team All-Conference honors during final three seasons • runner-up U.S. Performance Player of the Year • member of N.J. All-Star team • also played soccer and basketball at Shawnee • honor roll student. Personal Alexandria “Alex” Nicole Zaugra (“zaw-gruh”) • born August 8, 1993 • daughter of Joseph and Denise Zaugra • has one younger sister, Gabrielle • studying health behavioral science with a minor in strength and conditioning at Delaware and aspires to become a personal trainer • chose Delaware because of the academics, athletics, location, and coaching staff • began playing lacrosse in the fourth grade • loves music, trying new things, quotes and hanging out with family and friends • spent summer working in patient services at Medford Leas Nursing Home.

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Blue Hens

2013 TOTAL

13 13

0 0

0 0

0 0

-

-

-

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S LACROSSE

-

0 0

5 5

3 3

1 1

4 4

Zaugra, Alex Season

GP

G

A

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 14 31

0 0 0

0 0 0

Pts Shots

0 0 0

tori zorovich

Shot%

SOG

-

-

-

DC TO CT 2014 GB RETURNERS

SOG% GW

-

0 0 0

28 17 45

0 0 0

17 3 20

3 1 4

Goalie

GP

Minutes

GA

GAAvg

Saves

Save%

W

L

T

Sho

2012 2013 TOTAL

17 14 31

860:46 716:17 1577:03

164 112 276

11.43 9.38 10.50

124 81 205

.431 .420 .426

5 7 12

9 4 13

0 0 0

0 0 0

Zorovich, Tori senior || goalkeeper || massapequa, new york || massapequa high school || communications MAJOR

CAREER STATISTICS

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Season

GP

G

A

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

1 7 6 14

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Pts Shots

Goalie

GP

Minutes

GA

GAAvg

Saves

Save%

W

L

T

Sho

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

1 7 6 14

9:59 158:36 243:43 412:18

1 28 25 54

6.01 10.59 6.15 7.86

2 31 27 60

.667 .525 .519 .526

0 0 3 3

0 3 2 5

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Shot%

SOG

-

-

-

CAREER HIGHS Goals Allowed: 11 at Drexel (4/19/13) Saves: 14 at Georgetown (2/29/12) Goals: n/a Assists: n/a Points: n/a Shots: n/a

SOG% GW

-

0 0 0 0

GB

DC

TO

CT

0 5 3 8

0 0 0 0

0 2 1 3

0 0 0 0

SOG: n/a FPG: n/a FGS: n/a GB: 2 – 2x, last at Georgetown (2/29/12) DC: n/a CT: n/a

At Delaware Fourth-year member of the squad and three-time letterwinner • will battle for starting role in goal • technically sound in goaltending abilities and fundamentally strong in game intelligence • CAA Academic Honor Roll student. 2013 Season Saw action in six games while starting twice • played a career-high 243:43 between the pipes • allowed just 6.15 goals per game, good for third in UD history • posted a winning record of 3-2 • collected 27 saves with a 51.9 save percentage • earned first win of career in 18-8 win over George Mason (4/17) • tallied a season-best 11 saves against Drexel (4/19). 2012 Season Started two of seven games played • saw a 158:36 minutes in goal for the Blue Hens • posted a save percentage of 52.5 with 31 saves • faced 88 shots and allowed 28 goals • collected a career-high 14 saves at Georgetown (2/29/12) • CAA Academic Honor Roll student. 2011 Season Made first appearance for the Blue Hens vs. St. Mary’s College • recorded two saves in 10 minutes of action. High School Three-year starter and four-year member of Massapequa High School women’s lacrosse team where she played goalie for head coach Megan Zimmer • team recorded a 38-26 record during her four years, including 30-21 from 2008-10 while she was a starter • team reached Nassau County championships all four years • named All-County in 2009 and 2010 • earned four varsity letters • member of the National Honor Society and ASL Club. Personal Victoria “Tori” Zorovich (“zuh-row-vitch”) • daughter of Raymond and Monica Zorovich • has a younger brother, Zachary, and an older sister, Lizzie • Lizzie played four seasons as a defender at Delaware rival Hofstra University • selected Delaware for its academics and opportunities • began playing the sport in third grade • communications major at Delaware, with a minor in English and Political Science • studied abroad in Holland and Germany during the summer of 2012.

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MARY ABRAM

FRESHMAN || midfield || wilmington, delaware || ursuline academy || fashion merchandising major

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens • one of top athletes from the state of Delaware • will add depth to the midfield and defensive units. High School Three-year starter and two-time Second Team All-State selection at Ursuline Academy under head coach Lauren Berg • team earned a trip to the state semifinals her senior season • also a successful volleyball and basketball player at Ursuline • won state championships in both sports • played volleyball for head coach Susan Heiss and basketball for head coach John Noonan • First Team All-Catholic Conference and Second Team All-State volleyball honoree as a senior • three-time All-Catholic Conference and two-time All-State basketball selection • earned highest academic honors as a senior.

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Personal Mary O’Malley Abram • born June 7, 1995 in Chester, Pa. • daughter of Maureen and Tom Abram • father is a retired New Castle County cop • father played football at West Chester University • has two brothers, Tommy and Brian • Tommy is also a UD student • relative, Katie George, plays field hockey at Kent State • favorite sports teams include the Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Flyers, Miami Heat and Chicago Sky • majoring in fashion merchandising.

ELYSE ANDREWS

redshirt FRESHMAN || midfield || wilmington, delaware || archmere academy || Medical diagnostics MAJOR

At Delaware Second-year member of the team • has a hard nose for the goal and a great understanding for the game of lacrosse, which allows her to read the play and make smart decisions • CAA Academic Honor Roll selection. 2013 season Did not compete due to injury.

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High School One of Delaware’s top scholastic players as a student at Archmere Academy • three-sport athlete who played lacrosse, basketball and field hockey • holds AA’s school record for lacrosse goals in a season (113) and career (326) • four-time First Team All-Conference selection • two-time First Team All-State honoree • two-time US Lacrosse Academic All-American • named lacrosse Most Valuable Senior in addition to First Team All-American in 2012 • team captain for lacrosse and field hockey squads • starred as a two-time First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-State honoree as a field hockey player • also earned All-Conference Honorable Mention status as a freshman • 2009-10 basketball team’s most improved player • played for Molly Phillips (lacrosse), Nicole DiMarzio (field hockey) and Steve Colella (basketball) • National Honors Society, National Spanish Honors Society and National Science Honors Society student • senior class president • earned highest Honor Roll all four years • freshman advisory leader • also spent time with the Spanish Club and Campus Ministry. Personal Elyse Colleen Andrews • born June 1, 1994 in Newark, Del. • daughter of Frank and Dr. Carla Andrews • mother is a Delaware alum and current veterinarian • has an older brother, Brendan, who plays lacrosse at McDaniel College • father played football and lacrosse at Navy (1980-84) • aunt, Theresa Andrews, was a swimmer for the University of Florida • cites her father as the biggest influence in her life because he constantly pushes her to be her best and always will help her improve her game • chose Delaware because of the great academics, great teammates and a beautiful campus • majoring in medical diagnostics with a minor in Biology and Spanish with the goal of becoming a vet or doctor • enjoys reading, playing with her pets and hanging out with friends • volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House of Delaware.

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KIRSTEN HALE head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

FRESHMAN || midfield || wayne, pennsylvania || great valley high school || UNDEclared MAJOR

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens • gritty player known to cause turnovers and collect groundballs • speed and quickness will add depth to the midfield unit • likely to make impact plays all over the field.

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High School A standout midfielder and team captain at Great Valley High School • led the Patriots to a record of 22-1 and a berth in the Pennsylvania state tournament in 2012 • All-Ches-Mont League First Team performer • also a starting midfielder for the soccer team • member of the honor roll • played for the Mongoose Lacrosse, F.C. Delco and ODP club teams. Personal Kirsten Marie Hale • born February 9, 1995 in Bryn Mawr, Pa. • daughter of Christine Dougherty and James Hale • has two older brothers, Jimmy and Ryan • lists favorite sports teams as the Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Union and Philadelphia Eagles • enjoys swimming and going to the beach • undeclared major.

CASEY LYONS head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

sophomore || midfield || georgetown, ontario, canada || berkshire school || ohio state university || HEALTH BEHAVIOR SCIENCE MAJOR

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens after transferring from Ohio State University • good vision and game sense • ability to be a consistent finisher in the attack unit • likely to make an immediate impact in her first season.

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2013 season (at ohio state) Played freshman season at Ohio State University • started both games played for the Buckeyes • collected first career goal in OSU’s season opener against Louisville on Feb. 16, 2013 • tallied one groundball.

High School Three-year letterwinner in field hockey, hockey and lacrosse at the Berkshire School in Sheffield, Mass. • First Team All-American in 2011 and 2012 • led Berkshire to 2012 Western New England Class B Title • Team captain and twotime MVP under head coach Dana Anselmi • member of Team Canada and was second leading scorer for the U19 team (2011) and was named MVP in the World Cup game vs. England • the-time All-Star team selection • set and broke lacrosse scoring records for all three years of attendance at Berkshire School • provincial gold medalist with the Orangeville women’s senior lacrosse team. Personal Casey Alison Lyons • born July 6, 1993 • daughter of Gord Lyons and Cathy Longhurst • has one older brother, Kody • cousin, Matt Lyons, played three seasons in the National Lacrosse League • favorite sports team is the Toronto Maple Leafs • majoring in health behavior science with a minor in public health.

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MEGHAN M KNELLY C

FRESHMAN || goalkeeper || virginia beach, virginia || cape henry high school || occupational therapy MAJOR

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens • will diversify Delaware’s goaltending abilities • physical presence • solid communicator • confident outside the crease. High School Three-year starting goalie at Cape Henry Collegiate School under head coach Brooke Hummel • First Team All-American (2013) • three-time First Team AllConference selection • two-time First Team All-State • Conference Tournament MVP in 2011 • helped lead the Dolphins to the 2011 DII State Basketball Championship and 2012 Conference Championship as a power forward • played for the Midwestern Force Lacrosse club • 2013 Academic All-American • spent time with the G.I.R.L.S. group peer mentoring program with middle school girls • honor roll member.

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Personal Meghan Elizabeth McKnelly • born June 15, 1995 in Newport Beach, Calif. • daughter of Stewart and Kate McKnelly • father is a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Marine Corps • has two younger brothers, Matthew and Michael • cousins Bradlee Lord (Maryland) and Erin Roos (Brown) each play collegiate lacrosse • uncle, Rob Lord, was a midfielder/attacker at Johns Hopkins • lists favorite sports teams as the Baltimore Ravens and Boston Celtics • enjoys drawing and baking • majoring in occupational therapy.

MORGAN MILLER

FRESHMAN || midfield || round hill, virginia || woodgrove high school || uNDECLARED major

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens • outstanding athlete that boasts speed, quickness and a competitive spirit • will add depth to defensive unit. High School All-District, All-Region and All-Loudoun player at Woodgrove High School • also a Washington Post “All-Met” Honorable Mention selection • tallied 183 career goals in addition to 47 assists for 230 points • holds the school record for 243 career groundballs • posted 151 career caused turnovers • also collected the school record for most groundballs in a single game • led the Wolverines to three state quarterfinals appearances under head coach Bob Fuller • WHS was also three-time district champions, district tournament champions and two-time regional champions • also played volleyball • active in extracurricular activities as the Varsity Club President (2012) and Treasurer (2013), FCCLA (2012), Environmental Club (2011), German Club Officer (2009-10) and SCA from 2009-12 • coached Loudoun Youth Lacrosse • community service participant in LAX for the Cure, ACS Relay for Life and ‘Loudoun Do Something Now.’

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Personal Morgan Frances Miller • born August 28, 1995 • daughter of Neil Schamus and Gracie Miller-Schamus • has four older siblings, Bryan, Laura, Matthew and Christopher • nickname is ‘Mo’ • undeclared major, but looking to pursuing communications • favorite sports team is the Baltimore Ravens • enjoys coaching youth lacrosse, mentoring youth and hanging with friends.

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SAM MOORE

head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

FRESHMAN || midfield || media, pennyslvania || archbishop carroll || criminal justice MAJOR

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens • outstanding skill set • will add depth in the midfield and attack.

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High School Two-time All-Delaware County selection, earning honorable mention accolades as a freshman and second team honors as a sophomore at Archbishop Carroll • missed senior year with an injury • played for head coach Lorraine Beers • also competed in indoor track & field and soccer • honor roll student and member of the National Society of High School Scholars • Catholic Athletes for Christ participant • played for the Fantastix club team. Personal Samantha Anne Moore • born December 8, 1994 • daughter of Kim Moore • has an older sister, Caroline, and a younger brother, Jeremy • favorite sports team is the Philadelphia Flyers • majoring in criminal justice.

COLEY RICCI

head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

freshman || defense || garnet valley, pennsylvania || garnet valley high school || elementary education major

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens • athlete and playmaker • known for her ability to collect groundballs and draw controls • likely to make an immediate impact in her first season. High School Outstanding lacrosse and basketball athlete at Garnet Valley High School • tallied 87 draw controls, 63 groundballs and 63 caused turnovers over her junior and senior seasons • led GVHS to the back-to-back state titles as a sophomore and junior • First Team All-American • two-time First Team All-Central and All-Delco selection • earned First Team All-Philly honors as a senior and High Honorable Mention All-PhillyLacrosse.com accolades as a junior • basketball 1,000-point scorer • three-time First Team All-Central • Central League MVP • two-time Second Team All-Delco honoree • selected to participate in the AllStar Labor Classic and Delaware County Hero Game • top five in scoring, three-point scoring and free throw percentage in Delco • three-time Basketball Ambassador Award honoree • chosen for the Lacrosse Ambassador Award senior year • National Honor Society member • Rotary Club Award winner • Varsity Club President • Garnet Valley Athletic Award.

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Personal Nicole Lynn Ricci [rick—ee] • born August 10, 1995 in Wilmington, Del. • daughter of Patrick and Donna Ricci • has an older sister, Gina • sister plays softball at Penn State Altoona • comes from a Delaware legacy family as mother, uncle and grandmother all were Blue Hens • nickname is ‘Coley’ • major is elementary education • has aspirations of becoming an elementary school teacher • enjoys basketball, watching movies and hanging out with family and friends.

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JAMIE SCHWARTZ

freshman || attack || ellicott city, maryland || mt. hebron high school || chemical engineering MAJOR

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens • skilled attacker • her vision and ability to feed and finish distinguishes her as a top attacker • likely to make an immediate impact in the offensive unit. High School Graduated in 2013 from Mt. Hebron High School • helped lead the Vikings to three County, Region and District Championships as a starter for the varsity lacrosse squad • team advanced to the state semifinals her junior season • named an All-County Second Team selection • led the county in assists as a senior • also played basketball and soccer • member of the National Honors Society and Gold Honor Roll • GPA was in the top five percent of her class. Personal Jamie Lynn Schwartz • born August 21, 1995 in Baltimore, Md. • daughter of Marty and Lynn Schwartz • has one older brother, Greg • favorite sports team is the Baltimore Ravens • enjoys singing, watching movies, eating and taking naps • majoring in chemical engineering with the goals of working with cosmetic chemistry.

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SHELBY WELLS

freshman || midfield || timonium, maryland || st. paul’s school for girls || exercise science major

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens • will add speed and skill to the transition game • adds versatility to the attack unit • likely to make an immediate impact during her freshman compaign. High School Four-year starting midfielder at St. Paul’s School for the Girls under head coaches Brooke Kuhl-McClelland and Tommy McClelland • tallied 117 career goals and 29 career assists for the Gators • US Lacrosse All-American • Baltimore Sun All-Metro First Team selection • IAAM A Conference All-Star • Towson Times First Team All-Star and Honorable Mention • SPSG Athlete of the Year as a senior • Coaches Award for Outstanding Lacrosse Player • 2012 Under Armour Underclassmen All-American • US Lacrosse Women’s Schoolgirl Division Baltimore Metro Team 3 • 2013 US Lacrosse Academic All-American • High Honor Roll member • National Spanish Honors Society • inducted into Cum Laude Society in 2013 • was also a four-year member for both the cross country and swim/dive teams.

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Personal Shelby Paige Wells • born April 22, 1995 in Baltimore, Md. • daughter of Nancy and David Wells • has one younger sister, Haley • father played collegiate lacrosse at Randolph-Macon • lists favorite sports teams as the Baltimore Ravens and Baltimore Orioles • enjoys swimming, running and traveling • majoring in exercise science • has aspirations of becoming an athletic trainer or coach.

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2014 blue hens head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

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2014 opponents GEORGETOWN

LAFAYETTE

PENN

University Information Location: Washington, D.C. Founded: 1789 Enrollment: 6,806 Nickname: Hoyas Colors: Blue & Gray Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: BIG EAST Home Facility: Multi-Sport Field | 2,500 President: John J. DeGioia Athletics Director: Lee Reed

University Information Location: Easton, Pa. Founded: 1826 Enrollment: 2,400 Nickname: Leopards Colors: Maroon and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Patriot League Home Facility: Rappolt Field | 1,000 Fisher Field | 13,132 President: Alison Byerly Athletics Director: Bruce McCutcheon

University Information Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Founded: 1740 Enrollment: 10,275 Nickname: Quakers Colors: Red and Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: The Ivy League Home Facility: Franklin FIeld President: Dr. Amy Gutmann Athletics Director: Steve Bilsky

Saturday, February 15 | 1 p.m. Multi-Sport Facility | Washington, D.C.

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Ricky Fried Alma Mater: UMBC ‘88 Record at GU: 106-61 | 10th Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Meg Dentler | George Mason ‘05 Lauren Morton | Boston University ‘08 Volunteer Assistant Coach: Nick Williams | Towson ‘08

Wednesday, February 19 | 5 p.m. Delaware Stadium | Newark, Del.

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Alison Fisher Alma Mater: Lafayette ‘01 Record at LC: 26-59 | Sixfth Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Kristin Ruminski | Lafayette ‘09 Corinne Drost | Delaware ‘11

Team Information 2013 Record: 13-6 2013 BIG EAST Record | Finish: 6-2 | 2nd 2013 Postseason: BIG EAST Championship Game Starters Returning/Lost: 7/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 26/9 Newcomers: 6

Team Information 2013 Record: 9-9 2013 Patriot League Record | Finish: 3-3 | 4th 2013 Postseason: Patriot League Semifinals Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/7

Team History First Year of Competition: 1977 All-Time Record: 310-216-3 (.589) NCAA Appearances | Last: 13 | 2013 NCAA Final Four Appearances | Last: 3 | 2004 BIG EAST Championships | Last: 9 | 2010

Athletics Communications WLAX Contact: Dave Datz Email: datzd@lafayette.edu Office Phone: 610-330-5518 Cell Phone: 856-803-3864

Athletics Communications WLAX Contact: Barbara Barnes Email: bj57@georgetown.edu Office Phone: 202-687-7155 Cell Phone: 202-716-7760 Fax: 202-687-2491

Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 14-9 Last meeting: 2013 | UD won, 19-7, in Easton www.GoLeopards.com @lafayettewlax | @goleopards

Saturday, February 22 | 1 p.m. Franklin Field | Philadelphia, Pa.

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Karin Brower Corbett Alma Mater: William & Mary ‘92 Record at Penn: 148-85 | 15th Season Career Record: 161-104 | 16th Season Assistant Coaches: Kerri Whitaker | Brown ‘96 Melissa Lehman | Penn ‘08 Julia Martin | William & Mary ‘09 Director of Operations: Ted Rawlings Team Information 2013 Record: 11-6 2013 Ivy Record | Finish: 7-0 | First 2013 Postseason: Ivy League Champions; NCAA Tournament First Round Starters Returning/Lost: 9/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 14/3 Athletics Communications WLAX Contact: Chas Dorman Email: dorman@upenn.edu Phone: 215-573-4125 Series Information All-time series: Penn leads, 2-5 Last meeting: 2007 | #16 Penn won, 13-6, in Philadelphia www.PennAthletics.com @PennWomensLax | @pennathletics

Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 3-1 Last meeting: 2012| UD won, 57-40, in Kingston www.GUHoyas.com @HoyasWLax | @GeorgetownHoyas

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2014 opponents RUTGERS

LA SALLE

VILLANOVA

University Information Location: Piscataway, N.J. Founded: 1766 Enrollment: 65,000 Nickname: Scarlet Knights Colors: Scarlet Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: BIG EAST Home Facility: High Point Solutions Stadium | 52,454 RU Turf Field | 2,000 President: Dr. Robert L. Barchi Athletics Director: Julie Hermann

University Information Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Founded: 1863 Enrollment: 4,400 Nickname: Explorers Colors: Blue and Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Atlantic 10 Home Facility: McCarthy Stadium President: Br. Michael J. McGinniss, Ph.D., F.S.C. Athletics Director: Dr. Thomas Brennan

University Information Location: Villanova, Pa. Founded: 1842 Enrollment: 6,584 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Blue and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: BIG EAST Home Facility: Villanova Stadium | 12,000 President: Rev. Peter M. Donohue, O.S.A. Athletics Director: Vince Nicastro

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Candace Taglianetti Bossell Alma Mater: Ohio State ‘02 Record at La Salle: 37-43 | Sixth Season Assistant Coaches: Jessi Lieb Martin | Penn State ‘08 Nora McGurkin | La Salle ‘12

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Julie Young Alma Mater: Princeton ‘01 Record at Villanova: 10-22 | Third Season Career Record: 43-40 | Sixth Season Assistant Coaches: Xan Weitzel | Boston University ‘10 Lauren Sparks | Connecticut ‘11

Saturday, March 1 | 1 p.m. RU Turf Field | Piscataway, N.J.

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Laura Brand-Sias Alma Mater: Rutgers ‘99 Record at RU: 96-62 | 12th Season Career Record: 106-89 | 13th Season Assistant Coaches: Maggie Tamasitis | Notre Dame ‘12 Katie Hertsch | Hofstra ‘10 Team Information 2013 Record: 9-8 2013 BIG EAST Record | Finish: 1-7 | t-7th 2013 Postseason: n/a Starters Returning/Lost: 11/1 Newcomers: 10 Team History First Year of Competition: 1977 All-Time Record: 271-286-6 (.481) All-Time BIG EAST Record (Years): 32-57 (13) Athletics Communications WLAX Contact: Lily Rodriguez Email: lrodriguez@scarletknights.com Office Phone: 732-445-6028 Cell Phone: 908-436-8024 Fax: 732-445-3063 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 14-10 Last meeting: 2013 | RU won, 7-4, in Newark www.ScarletKnights.com @rulaxbrand | @RUAthletics

Wednesday, March 5 | 6 p.m. Delaware Stadium | Newark, Del.

Team Information 2013 Record: 10-6 2013 Atlantic 10 Record | Finish: 2-5 | 6th 2013 Postseason: n/a Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 22/5 Newcomers: 14 Team History First Year of Competition: 1998 All-Time Record: 86-164 (.344) NCAA Appearances | Last: n/a NCAA Tournament Record: n/a Atlantic 10 Championships | Last: n/a Atlantic 10 Tournament Record: 0-1 Athletics Communications WLAX Contact: Michelle Serabian Email: serabianm@lasalle.edu Office Phone: 215-951-1637 Cell Phone: 267-666-1832

Saturday, March 8 | 1 p.m. Delaware Stadium | Newark, Del.

Team Information 2013 Record: 6-10 2013 BIG EAST Record | Finish: 1-7 | 9th 2013 Postseason: n/a Starters Returning/Lost: 7-5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 21/15 Newcomers: 12 Athletics Communications WLAX Contact: Anna LaBonte Email: anna.labonte@villanova.edu Office Phone: 610-519-7579 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 5-0 Last meeting: 2012 | UD won, 11-7, in Newark www.Villanova.com @NovaWLax | @NovaAthletics

Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 12-2 Last meeting: 2013 | La Salle won, 13-12, in Philadelphia www.GoExplorers.com @LaSalleLacrosse | @GoExplorers

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2014 opponents VIRGINIA TECH

TEMPLE

MONMOUTH

University Information Location: Blacksburg, Va. Founded: 1872 Enrollment: 28,000 Nickname: Hokies Colors: Chicago Maroon and Burnt Orange Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference Home Facility: Thompson Field | 2,028 President: Dr. Timothy Sands Athletics Director: Whit Babcock

University Information Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Founded: 1884 Enrollment: 39,000 Nickname: Owls Colors: Cherry and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: BIG EAST Home Facility: Geasey Field President: Dr. Neil Theobald Athletics Director: Kevin Clark

University Information Location: West Long Branch, N.J. Founded: 1933 Enrollment: 5,200 Nickname: Hawks Colors: Midnight Blue and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic (MAAC) Home Facility: Kessler Field at Monmouth Stadium | 3,100 President: Dr. Paul Brown Athletics Director: Dr. Marilyn McNeil

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Megan Burker Alma Mater: Stanford ‘06 Record at VT: 28-23 | Fourth Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Liz Hogan | Syracuse ‘11 Danielle Etrasco | Boston University ‘13

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Bonnie Rosen Alma Mater: Virginia ‘93 Record at Temple: 55-66 | Eighth Season Career Record: 123-147 | 18th Season Assistant Coach: Jennifer Wong Graduate Assistant Coach: Molly Fernandez

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Denise Wescott Alma Mater: Maryland ‘80 Record at MU: 41-39 | Fifth Season Career Record: 198-187 | 24th Season Associate Head Coach: Eileen Ghent | Rutgers ‘11 Assistant Coach: Molly O’Brien | Monmouth ‘11

Team Information 2013 Record: 9-8 2013 A-10 Record | Finish: 4-3 | T-3rd 2013 Postseason: A-10 Semifinals Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 21/7

Team Information 2013 Record: 13-7 2013 NEC Record | Finish: 9-0 | 1st 2013 Postseason: NCAA Tournament | 0-1 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/9 Newcomers: 10

Wednesday, March 12 | 5 p.m. Delaware Stadium | Newark, Del.

Team Information 2013 Record: 8-8 2013 CAA Record | Finish: 0-5 | 6th 2013 Postseason: n/a Starters Returning: 6/7 Athletics Communications WLax Contact: Rachel Perreault Email: rachelp5@vt.edu Phone: 540-231-2228 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 2-1 Last meeting: 2008 | UD won, 8-7, in Blacksburg www.HokieSports.com @VT_lax | @hokiesports

Saturday, March 15 | 1 p.m. Geasey Field | Philadelphia, Pa.

Team History First Year of Competition: 1975 All-Time Record: 413-220-4 (.652) NCAA Appearances | Last: 17 | 2008 NCAA Tournament Record: 13-15 BIG EAST Championships | Last: 0-0 | First Season Athletics Communications WLAX Contact: Karen Auerbach Email: karena@temple.edu Office Phone: 215-204-3850 Cell Phone: 928-606-7017 Fax: 215-204-7499 Series Information All-time series: Temple leads, 17-13 Last meeting: 2013 | UD won, 15-11 in Newark www.OwlSports.com @TempleLacrosse | @Owlsports_com

Wednesday, March 19 | 6 p.m. Delaware Stadium | Newark, Del.

Team History First Year of Competition: 1995 All-Time Record: 142-95 (.599) NCAA Appearances | Last: Five | 2013 NCAA Tournament Record: 0-5 All-Time MAAC Record: 0-0 | First Season Athletics Communications WLAX Contact: Greg Viscomi Email: gviscomi@monmouth.edu Office Phone: 732-571-4447 Phone at Field: 732-571-4400 Fax: 732-571-3535 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 1-0 Last meeting: 2013 | UD won, 14-6, in West Long Branch www.GoMUHawks.com @MUlacrosse | @ MUHawks

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2014 opponents GEORGE WASHINGTON TOWSON* Saturday, March 22 | 1 p.m. GW Lacrosse Field | Washington, D.C.

Sunday, March 30 | 1 p.m. Johnny Unitas Stadium | Towson, Md.

DREXEL*

University Information Location: Washington, DC Founded: 1821 Enrollment: 25,000 Nickname: Colonials Colors: Buff and Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Atlantic 10 Home Facility: GW Lacrosse Field President: Dr. Steven Knapp Athletics Director: Patrick Nero

University Information Location: Towson, Md. Founded: 1866 Enrollment: 22,499 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Gold, White and Black Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: CAA Home Facility: Johnny Unitas Stadium | 11,198 President: Dr. Maravene Loeschke Athletics Director: Tim Leonard

University Information Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Founded: 1891 Enrollment: 25,500 Nickname: Dragons Colors: Navy Blue and Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Facility: Vidas Field Interim President: John A. Fry Athletics Director: Dr. Eric Zillmer

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Tara Hannaford Alma Mater: William & Mary ‘01 Record at GW: 40-60 | Seventh Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Bria Eulitt | Richmond ‘11 Kristy Black | Maryland ‘12

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Sonia LaMonica Alma Mater: Maryland ‘03 Record at Towson: 37-20 | Fourth Season Career Record: 45-29 | Fifth Season Assistant Coaches: Katie Doolittle Feeley | Maryland ‘07 Mike LaMonica | Maryland ‘02 Michael Molster

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Hannah Rudloff Alma Mater: Penn ‘09 Record at Drexel: 0-0 | First Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coach: Mary Moran | Rutgers ‘12 Graduate Assistant: Lindsey Kovar | Drexel ‘12

Team Information 2013 Record: 9-8 2013 Atlantic 10 Record | Finish: 4-3 | 4th 2013 Postseason: Atlantic 10 Championship | 0-1 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/4 Newcomers: 9

Team Information 2013 Record: 10-9 2013 CAA Record | Finish: 6-1 | T-1st 2013 Postseason: CAA Champions NCAA Tournament | 0-1 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 22/9 Newcomers: 8

Team History First Year of Competition: 2002 All-Time Record: 89-112 | .443 NCAA Appearances | Last: 0 | n/a NCAA Tournament Record: 0-0 Atlantic 10 Championships | Last: 0 | n/a Atlantic 10 Championship Record: 0-3

Team History First Year of Competition: 1977 All-Time Record: 305-291-4 | .508 NCAA Appearances | Last: Six | 2013 NCAA Tournament Record: 0-7 CAA Championships | Last: Five | 2013 CAA Tournament Record: 11-4

Athletics Communications WLax Contact: Emily Simeral Email: esimeral@gwu.edu Office Phone: 202-994-9003 Cell Phone: 202-578-2653

Athletics Communications WLax Contact: Megan O’Brien Email: mobrien@towson.edu Office Phone: 410-704-4972 Cell Phone: 443-834-9197 Fax: 410-704-3861

Series Information All-time series: First Meeting Last meeting: n/a

Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 29-17 Last meeting: 2013 | TU won, 14-9, in Newark

www.GWSports.com @GWLacrosse | @GW_Sports

Friday, April 4 | 5 p.m. Delaware Stadium | Newark, Del.

Team Information 2013 Record: 11-7 2013 CAA Record | Finish: 11-7 | T-3rd 2013 Postseason: CAA Tournament Semifinals Starters Returning/Lost: 5/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/6 Newcomers: 8 Athletics Communications WLax Contact: Christina Puggi Email: cp536@drexel.edu Phone: 215-895-2084 Fax: 215-895-2038 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 22-7 Last meeting: 2013 | DU won, 11-6, in Philadelphia www.DrexelDragons.com @DrexelWLax | @DrexelDragons

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2014 opponents HOFSTRA*

JAMES MADISON*

WILLIAM & MARY*

University Information Location: Hempstead, N.Y. Founded: 1935 Enrollment: 11,090 Nickname: Pride Colors: Gold, White and Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Facility: James M. Shuart Stadium | 13,000 President: Stuart Rabinowitz Athletics Director: Jeffrey A. Hathaway

University Information Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Founded: 1908 Enrollment: 20,000 Nickname: Dukes Colors: Purple and Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Facility: University Park | 1,000 President: Jonathan R. Alger | Swarthmore ‘87 Athletics Director: Jeff Bourne | Bridgewater ‘81

University Information Location: Williamsburg, Va. Founded: 1693 Enrollment: 7,800 Nickname: Tribe Colors: Green, Gold and Silver Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Facility: Martin Family Stadium at Albert-Daly Field | 1,000 President: W. Taylor Reveley, III | Princeton Chancellor: Robert M. Gates | W&M ‘65 Athletics Director: Terry Driscoll | Boston College ‘69

Sunday, April 6 | 1 p.m. James M. Shuart Stadium | Hempstead, N.Y.

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Shannon Smith Alma Mater: Northwestern ‘12 Record at HU: 11-8 | Second Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Katie Mollot | Towson ‘08 Michael Bedford | LIU Post ‘10 Team Information 2013 Record: 11-8 2013 CAA Record | Finish: 4-3 | T-3rd 2013 Postseason: CAA Finals Athletics Communications WLax Contact: Stephen Gorchov Email: stephen.a.gorchov@hofstra.edu Office Phone: 516-463-4933 Cell Phone: 516-523-5252 Fax: 516-463-5033 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 17-10 Last meeting: 2013 | UD won, 7-5, in Newark www.GoHofstra.com @Hofstra_WLAX | @coach_smith3 @HofstraPride

Friday, April 11 | 5 p.m. Delaware Stadium | Newark, Del.

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe Alma Mater: James Madison ‘97 Record at JMU: 79-45 | Eighth Season Career Record: 129-80 | 13th Season Assistant Coaches: Samantha Eustace | Massachusetts ‘93 Emily Garrity | North Carolina ‘13

Sunday, April 13 | 1 p.m. Delaware Stadium | Newark, Del.

Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Hillary Fratzke Alma Mater: Towson ‘10 Record at William and Mary: 0-0 | First Season Career Record: 0-0 | First Season Assistant Coaches: Mary Teeters | Towson ‘12 Amanda Mathews | James Madison ‘13

Team Information 2013 Record: 11-6 2013 CAA Record | Finish: 6-1 | Tied 1st 2013 Postseason: CAA Semifinalist, L 4-6, to Hofstra Team Information Starters Returning/Lost: 7/5 2013 Record: 5-11 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 22/5 2013 CAA Record: 2-5 Newcomers: 9 2013 Postseason: N/A Starters Returning/Lost: 8/4 Team History Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 22/6 First Year of Competition: 1974 Newcomers: 10 All-Time Record: 378-274 (.580) NCAA Appearances | Last: 11 | 2011 NCAA Tournament Record: 7-11 Athletics Communications CAA Championships | Last: Eight | 2011 WLax Contact: Rob Turner CAA Tournament Record: 26-8 Email: rrturn@wm.edu Phone: 757-221-3370 Athletics Communications Fax: 757-221-2048 WLax Contact: Devon Howard Email: howardbd@jmu.edu Series Information Office Phone: 540-568-3701 All-time series: W&M leads, 11-8 Cell Phone: 540-271-7352 Last meeting: 2013 | UD won, 15-2, in Newark Fax: 540-568-3701 Series Information All-time series: JMU leads 21-15 Last meeting: 2013 | JMU won, 8-4, in Harrisonburg JMU, 8-4 (4/5/13 at JMU)

www.TribeAthletics.com @_Tribe_Lacrosse | @TribeAthletics

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vs. 2014 opponents STONY BROOK Tuesday, April 22 | 5 p.m. Delaware Stadium | Newark, Del.

University Information Location: Stony Brook, N.Y. Founded: 1957 Enrollment: 23,997 Nickname: Seawolves Colors: Red, Blue and Gray Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: America East Home Facility: LaValle Stadium | 8,300 President: Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. Interim Athletics Director: Donna Woodruff Women’s Lacrosse Staff Head Coach: Joe Spallina Alma Mater: Adelphi ‘96 Record at Stony Brook: 31-8 | Third Season Career Record: 104-10 | Seventh Season Assistant Coaches: Caitlin Defliese | Boston University ‘10 Jill Byers | Notre Dame ‘09 Demmianne Cook | Stony Brook ‘13 Team Information 2013 Record: 17-3 2013 America East Record | Finish: 6-0 | 1st 2013 Postseason: NCAA Tournament | 1-1 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 17/11 Newcomers: 15 Team History First Year of Competition: 2003 All-Time Record: 94-88 (.516) NCAA Appearances | Last: One | 2013 NCAA Tournament Record: 1-1 America East Championships | Last: One | 2013 America East Tournament Record: 3-4 Athletics Communications WLAX Contact: Beth Ann Clyde Email: elizabeth.clyde@stonybrook.edu Office Phone: 631-632-6328 Cell Phone: 732-371-5778 Fax: 631-632-8841 Series Information All-time series: First Meeting Last meeting: n/a www.GoSeawolves.org @SBwlax | @ JoeSpallina | @SBAthletics

ALL-TIME RECORD VS. 2014 OPPONENTS ............................................................ 134-112 GEORGETOWN GU leads, 2-0 2012................................................... GU, 16-7 2013............................................... *GU, 12-16 Lafayette UD leads, 14-9 1981..................................................*UD, 17-4 1982................................................... UD, 12-6 1983..................................................*UD, 15-3 1984................................................... UD, 14-4 1985................................................*UD, 13-12 1986................................LC, 13-12; #UD 12-10 1987....................................*LC, 10-9; *UD, 9-8 1988....................................LC, 18-9; #LC, 10-6 1989.................................... *LC, 11-10; LC, 8-7 1990.................................................... LC, 11-4 1991.....................................................*LC, 8-6 1992.................................................. LC, 15-10 1993..................................................*UD, 11-9 1994................................................... UD, 11-9 1995................................................*UD, 17-13 1996..................................................... UD, 7-5 1997..................................................*UD, 11-7 1998................................................... UD, 18-6 2013................................................... UD, 19-7 Penn Penn leads, 5-2 1984..................................................*UD, 18-1 2002.....................................................*UP, 8-7 2003.................................................... UP, 12-3 2004.................................................*UP, 15-12 2005.................................................. UP, 12-11 2006..................................................*UD, 10-9 2007.................................................... UP, 13-6 Rutgers UD leads, 14-10 1978...................................*UD, 10-2; *UD, 9-5 1979..................................................RU, 13-11 1980..................................................*UD, 13-6 1981..................................................... UD, 8-3 1982..................................................*UD, 15-1 1983................................................... UD, 20-3 1984..................................................*UD, 21-3 1985................................................. UD, 19-14 1998..................................................*UD, 10-9 1999....................................................RU, 10-8 2000..................................................*UD, 15-9 2001................................................... UD, 12-5 2002................................................*UD, 11-10 2003....................................................RU, 12-6 2004.................................................. *RU, 12-8 2005................................................... UD, 12-9 2006.................................................... *RU, 9-8 2007..................................................RU, 15-12 2008....................................................*UD, 7-6

2009............................................ RU, 7-6 (2OT) 2010................................................ *RU, 12-11 2011....................................................RU, 13-5 2013.................................................... *RU, 7-4 La Salle LU leads, 2-1 2011................................................... UD, 12-4 2012.....................................................*LU, 9-8 2013.................................................. LU, 13-12 Villanova UD leads, 5-0 1994..................................................*UD, 16-6 2005..................................................*UD, 21-4 2007..................................................*UD, 15-4 2008................................................. UD, 20-10 2012..................................................*UD, 11-7 Virginia Tech UD leads, 2-1 2006.................................................... VT, 23-8 2007..................................................*UD, 16-7 2008..................................................... UD, 8-7 Temple TU leads, 17-13 1978.................................................. TU, 25-18 1979.................................................... TU, 13-4 1980.................................................... TU, 16-5 1981....................................................*UD, 8-7 1982.....................................................*TU, 5-4 1983.................................. *UD, 10-5; UD, 10-7 1984................................... TU, 14-5; *TU, 13-3 1985...................................................*TU, 16-9 1986.................................................... TU, 19-4 1987...................................................*TU, 15-5 1988.................................................... TU, 15-7 1989...................................................*TU, 11-6 1990.................................................... TU, 12-5 1991...................................................*TU, 10-7 1992.................................................... TU, 13-4 1999..................................................*UD, 13-7 2000................................................... UD, 12-8 2001.....................................................*TU, 8-6 2002.................................................. TU, 11-10 2003..................................................*UD, 10-9 2004................................................. UD, 11-10 2005..................................................*UD, 14-7 2008..................................................... UD, 9-8 2009..................................................*UD, 14-7 2010................................................... UD, 10-8 2011..................................................*UD, 14-9 2012.................................................... TU, 11-9 2013................................................*UD, 15-11 MONMOUTH UD leads, 1-0 2013................................................... UD, 14-6

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vs. 2014 opponents GEORGE WASHINGTON First Meeting n/a TOWSON UD leads, 29-17 1978....................................................*UD, 9-4 1979..................................................*UD, 13-6 1980....................... *UD, 11-8; #TU, 13-12 (OT) 1981................................................... UD, 10-4 1982....................................................*UD, 9-2 1983.................................. UD, 21-6; *UD, 28-3 1984................................................*UD, 21-10 1985................................UD, 11-10; #UD, 17-5 1986..................................................*UD, 36-2 1987................................................... UD, 24-2 1988..................................................*UD, 13-7 1989................................................. UD, 12-11 1990...................................... *TU, 8-3; *TU, 4-3 1991..................................... TU, 13-5; TU, 11-6 1992..................................................*UD, 10-9 1993..................................................... UD, 9-8 1994..................................................*UD, 15-6 1995................................................... UD, 17-7 1996................................... *UD, 9-4; *TU, 10-9 1997.....................................TU, 8-3; *UD, 13-9 1998.................................. *UD, 18-9; UD, 17-9 1999....................................UD, 11-9; #UD, 9-4 2000..................................................*UD, 19-6 2001................................................... UD, 15-6 2002.................................................*TU, 12-11 2003..................................................*UD, 12-8 2004...................................................... TU, 9-6 2005..................................................*UD, 13-8 2006.................................................. TU, 16-13 2007................................................*UD, 16-15 2008.................................................. TU, 15-10 2009................................... *TU, 10-6; #TU, 8-7 2010.................................................... TU, 17-8 2011........................................... *TU, 9-8 (2OT) 2012.................................................... TU, 10-8 2013...................................................*TU, 14-9 DREXEL UD leads, 22-7 1986................................................... UD, 17-3 1987........................................*UD, 1-0 (Forfeit) 1988................................................. UD, 20-11 1989..................................................*UD, 18-4 1990................................................... UD, 12-9 1991.................................. *UD, 5-3; #UD, 14-6 1992..................................................... UD, 9-6 1993..................................................*DU, 11-9 1994................................................... UD, 17-7 1995..................................................*UD, 13-4 1996................................................... UD, 15-5 1997..................................................*UD, 14-3 1998................................................... UD, 18-4 1999..................................................*UD, 19-2

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2000................................................... UD, 15-1 2001..................................................*UD, 16-7 2002................................................... UD, 18-2 2003..................................................*UD, 14-8 2004................................................*UD, 12-11 2005................................................... DU, 11-8 2006..................................................*DU, 10-9 2007................................................... DU, 15-9 2008................................................*UD, 16-11 2009..................................................... UD, 7-3 2010................................................*UD, 12-11 2011................................................... DU, 11-8 2012....................................................*DU, 9-4 2013................................................... DU, 11-6 HOFSTRA UD leads, 17-10 1979..................................................*UD, 25-8 1987................................................... UD, 25-3 1988..................................................*UD, 12-2 1989................................................... UD, 22-3 1990..................................................*UD, 22-1 1991................................................... UD, 17-3 1996....................................................*HU, 8-3 1997.................................... UD, 16-7; *UD, 8-5 1998................................................*UD, 17-12 1999................................................... UD, 16-8 2000...............................*UD, 14-11; *HU, 12-9 2001............................................HU, 10-9 (OT) 2002..................................................*UD, 11-8 2003................................................... UD, 10-8 2004................................................... HU, 17-8 2005.................................... *HU, 11-9; HU, 9-4 2006..........................................HU, 16-13 (OT) 2007....................................................*UD, 9-7 2008................................................... UD, 11-7 2009....................................................*HU, 8-6 2010................................................... HU, 15-6 2011....................................................*UD, 7-6 2012................................................... HU, 13-9 2013....................................................*UD, 7-5 JAMES MADISON JMU leads, 21-15 1982..................................................*UD, 19-5 1983................................................... UD, 17-7 1984..................................................*UD, 15-3 1985................................................. UD, 15-14 1986................................................*UD, 21-12 1987................................................*UD, 12-10 1988................................................. JMU, 11-5 1989..................................................... UD, 9-6 1990....................................................*UD, 7-5 1991................................................... JMU, 7-5 1992................................................*UD, 11-10 1993..............................JMU, 16-12; #JMU, 9-5 1994.............................. *UD, 8-6; #JMU, 15-14 1995....................................JMU, 15-9; UD, 6-5 1996................................................ *JMU, 15-4

1997................................................. JMU, 17-6 1998...................................... *JMU, 11-10 (OT) 1999................................................. JMU, 16-7 2000................................................*UD, 14-13 2001................................................. JMU, 10-7 2002................................................ *JMU, 14-5 2003................................................ *JMU, 15-3 2004................................................ *JMU, 13-7 2005................................................. UD, 12-10 2006................................................ *JMU, 15-6 2007...........................JMU, 19-16; #JMU 15-13 2008................................................*UD, 13-12 2009................................................... UD, 10-6 2010................................................ *JMU, 18-9 2011................................................... JMU, 9-5 2012.............................................. *JMU, 12-11 2013.................................................... JMU 8-4 WILLIAM & MARY W&M leads 11-8 1983..................................................*UD, 11-7 1984................................................*UD, 16-11 1992................................................ *WM, 13-9 1993................................................. WM, 16-9 1994................................................... WM, 9-3 1995............................................... WM, 11-10 2002................................................... WM, 8-6 2003................................................. UD, 17-13 2004............................................... WM, 18-10 2005..................................................*UD, 13-8 2006................................................... WM, 9-8 2007..................................................*UD, 12-6 2008............................WM, 17-13; WM, 15-14 2009................................................*UD, 15-11 2010............................................... WM, 18-12 2011.................................... *WM, 11-10 (3OT) 2012................................................. UD, 12-11 2013..................................................*UD, 15-2 STONY BROOK First Meeting n/a # - Neutral Site * - Delaware Home

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2013 STATISTICS

2013 Univ. of Delaware Women's Lacrosse DELAWARE Combined Team Statistics All games (FINAL)

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

* * * * * * *

Feb 16 Feb 22 Feb 24 Mar 01 Mar 05 Mar 09 Mar 13 Mar 16 Mar 27 Mar 31 Apr 05 Apr 07 Apr 12 Apr 14 Apr 19 Apr 21

Opponent #15 GEORGETOWN at MU DENVER at La Salle at Lehigh RUTGERS #11 LOYOLA at Lafayette TEMPLE TOWSON at #19 James Madison at George Mason OLD DOMINION WILLIAM & MARY at Drexel HOFSTRA

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game A ssi st s Free position Made-Att Free position pct. GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Fre e - p osi t i on Unassisted O v e rt i me Goals scored average GROUND BALLS DRAW CONTROLS TURNOVERS CAUSED TURNOVERS CLEARS Clear Pct. ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

OVERALL 10-6 4-3 6-3

L W W L W L W W W L L W W W L W

Score 12-16 14-6 7-6 12-13 17-7 4-7 10-9 19-7 15-11 9-14 4-8 18-8 8-7 15-2 6-11 7-5

Att. 406 140 467 294 192 353 308 313 310 300 218 188 237 373 190 336

DELAWARE

OPP

177-401 11.06 .441 317-401 .791 25.1 40 35-84 .417

137-323 8.56 .424 245-323 .759 20.2 48 22-57 .386

177 35 137 0 11.06 260 182 198 136 163-212 .769

137 22 89 0 8.56 209 159 215 106 162-207 .783

3090 9/343 0/0

1535 7/219

HOME 6-3 3-1 3-2

AWAY 4-3 1-2 3-1

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

## PLAYER 8 McCartney, Caitlin 4 Fay, Chelsea 19 Hahn, Allison 22 Hartman, Abbie 24 Dattellas, Kara 7 Rafferty, McKenzie 10 Burns, Bridget 3 Hawley, Shannon 2 Burns, Shannon 17 Karwoski, Alison 1 VanDaniker,Laure 25 Pollard, Emily 28 Wein, Erin 26 Smith, Kierstan 20 Duffey, Lizzie 18 Zorovich, Tori 16 Dooley, Rachel 14 Wheble, Abigail 13 Zaugra, Alex 11 Heidelbaugh, Devyn 9 Alois, Alex 6 Smith, Mollie 5 Biciocchi, Angela

GP G 14 41 16 38 16 26 16 16 16 12 14 11 11 8 13 9 15 8 15 4 9 2 9 2 16 0 16 0 10 0 6 0 13 0 13 0 14 0 4 0 16 0 3 0 16 0 16 177 16 137

## Goalie 18 Zorovich, Tori 13 Zaugra, Alex

GP 6 14 16 16

Goals by Period DELAWARE Opponents

1st 2nd Total

Saves by Period DELAWARE Opponents

1st 2nd Total

Total Opponents

Total Opponents

85 76 56 83

A Pts

5 3 15 6 1 1 4 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 48

Min. 243:43 716:17 960:00 960:00

92 61 52 57

Shots by Period DELAWARE Opponents

214 187 168 155

Shots on Goal DELAWARE Opponents

168 149 132 113

46 41 41 22 13 12 12 10 9 4 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 217 185

Sh Gw

GB

80 4 28 82 0 11 53 3 19 34 1 10 29 1 21 38 0 8 19 0 3 19 1 8 22 0 15 17 0 4 2 0 3 6 0 0 0 0 24 0 0 23 0 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 35 401 10 260 323 6 209

DC

34 15 7 1 20 16 10 6 27 15 0 0 4 2 5 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 13 182 159

GA GAAvg Save

25 112 137 177

6.15 27 9.38 81 8.56 108 11.06 140

177 137 108 140

1st 2nd Total

401 323

1st 2nd Total

317 245

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TO

CT

10 19 24 8 19 17 11 10 16 6 3 3 11 11 2 1 2 1 3 0 4 0 15 198 215

16 10 7 1 9 2 0 2 16 10 1 0 18 10 5 0 1 4 1 0 8 0 15 136 106

Pct

W-L-T

.519 3-2-0 .420 7-4-0 .441 10-6-0 .442 6-10-0


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2013 RESULTS

2013 Univ. of Delaware Women's Lacrosse DELAWARE Game Results All games (FINAL)

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Date Feb 16 Feb 22 Feb 24 Mar 01 Mar 05 Mar 09 Mar 13 Mar 16 Mar 27 Mar 31 Apr 05 Apr 07 Apr 12 Apr 14 Apr 19 Apr 21

Opponent #15 GEORGETOWN at MU DENVER at La Salle at Lehigh RUTGERS #11 LOYOLA at Lafayette TEMPLE TOWSON at #19 James Madison at George Mason OLD DOMINION WILLIAM & MARY at Drexel HOFSTRA

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

W-L-T 10-6 4-3 6-3 4-3 0-0 0-0

L W W L W L W W W L L W W W L W

Score Overall 12-16 0-1-0 14-6 1-1-0 7-6 2-1-0 12-13 2-2-0 17-7 3-2-0 4-7 3-3-0 10-9 4-3-0 19-7 5-3-0 15-11 6-3-0 9-14 6-4-0 4-8 6-5-0 18-8 7-5-0 8-7 8-5-0 15-2 9-5-0 6-11 9-6-0 7-5 10-6-0

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 16 9 7 0

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

Total 4625 3090 1535 0

Site Newark, Del. W.Long Branch, N.J. Newark, Del. Philadelphia, Pa. Bethlehem, Pa. Newark, Del. Newark, Del. Easton, Pa. Newark, Del. Newark, Del. Harrisonburg, Va. Fairfax, Va. Newark, Del. Newark, Del. Philadelphia, Pa. Newark, Del.

Att. 406 140 467 294 192 353 308 313 310 300 218 188 237 373 190 336

Goalie Zaugra, Alex (0-1) Zaugra, Alex (1-1) Zaugra, Alex (2-1) Zorovich, Tori (0-1) Zaugra, Alex (3-2) Zaugra, Alex (3-2) Zaugra, Alex (4-2) Zaugra, Alex (6-2) Zaugra, Alex (6-2) Zaugra, Alex (6-3) Zaugra, Alex Zorovich, Tori (1-1) Zorovich, Tori (2-1) Zorovich, Tori (3-1) Zorovich, Tori (9-6;3-3) Zaugra, Alex (7-4)

Average 289 343 219 0

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TEAM GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Univ. of Delaware Women's Lacrosse DELAWARE Team Game-by-Game All games (FINAL) TEAM STATISTICS Date

Opponent

Feb 16, 2013 Feb 22, 2013 Feb 24, 2013 Mar 01, 2013 Mar 05, 2013 Mar 09, 2013 Mar 13, 2013 Mar 16, 2013 Mar 27, 2013 Mar 31, 2013 Apr 05, 2013 Apr 07, 2013 Apr 12, 2013 Apr 14, 2013 Apr 19, 2013 Apr 21, 2013 DELAWARE Opponent

GEORGETOWN MU DENVER La Salle Lehigh RUTGERS LOYOLA Lafayette TEMPLE TOWSON James Madison George Mason OLD DOMINION WILLIAM & MARY Drexel HOFSTRA

Score

12-16 14-6 7-6 12-13 17-7 4-7 10-9 19-7 15-11 9-14 4-8 18-8 8-7 15-2 6-11 7-5 177-137

G

12 14 7 12 17 4 10 19 15 9 4 18 8 15 6 7 177 137

A

Pts

Sh Sog GW fpg-fps

2 14 24 19 5 19 31 24 2 9 22 17 3 15 31 26 5 22 31 26 1 5 18 9 1 11 20 14 4 23 35 31 5 20 27 21 1 10 17 14 1 5 18 15 7 25 35 29 0 8 22 16 2 17 35 27 1 7 17 15 0 7 18 14 40 217 401 317 48 185 323 245

0 4-5 1 1-6 1 2-5 0 5-10 1 2-5 0 0-5 1 2-4 1 1-3 1 2-4 0 4-7 0 0-4 1 3-9 1 3-6 1 4-5 0 2-6 1 0-0 10 35-84 6 22-57

GB

Fo

RC

YC

GC

17 13 18 12 25 30 9 14 17 10 26 6 21 12 30 18 14 16 14 33 15 19 13 7 13 11 8 12 8 17 10 10 11 2 18 22 15 13 7 21 15 16 12 10 17 8 10 11 4 26 17 6 11 7 13 14 20 9 5 26 12 11 13 9 20 20 9 4 12 23 10 7 9 5 16 15 9 11 5 15 260 182 198 136 323 209 159 215 106 337

DC

TO

CT

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 10 22

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TEAM PER-GAME Games played: 16 Shots per game: 25.06; Goals per game: 11.06 Assists per game: 2.50; Points per game: 13.56 Shot pct: .441; SOG pct: .791 Faceoff W-L pct: .000; Clear pct.: 0.769 Date

Opponent

Feb 16, 2013 Feb 22, 2013 Feb 24, 2013 Mar 01, 2013 Mar 05, 2013 Mar 09, 2013 Mar 13, 2013 Mar 16, 2013 Mar 27, 2013 Mar 31, 2013 Apr 05, 2013 Apr 07, 2013 Apr 12, 2013 Apr 14, 2013 Apr 19, 2013 Apr 21, 2013 Totals Opponent

GEORGETOWN MU DENVER La Salle Lehigh RUTGERS LOYOLA Lafayette TEMPLE TOWSON James Madison George Mason OLD DOMINION WILLIAM & MARY Drexel HOFSTRA

Score

12-16 14-6 7-6 12-13 17-7 4-7 10-9 19-7 15-11 9-14 4-8 18-8 8-7 15-2 6-11 7-5 177-137

Minutes

GA GAAvg Saves Save%

60:00 16 60:00 6 60:00 6 60:00 13 60:00 7 60:00 7 60:00 9 60:00 7 60:00 11 60:00 14 60:00 8 60:00 8 60:00 7 60:00 2 60:00 11 60:00 5 960:00 137 960:00 177

16.00 11.00 9.33 10.25 9.60 9.17 9.14 8.88 9.11 9.60 9.45 9.33 9.15 8.64 8.80 8.56 8.56 8.56

12 8 5 7 5 7 9 6 7 9 4 7 7 5 4 6 108 140

.429 .571 .455 .350 .417 .500 .500 .462 .389 .391 .333 .467 .500 .714 .267 .545 .441 .442

W

L

0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 10 6

1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 6 10

T Faced

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

33 17 18 28 16 19 27 16 22 26 13 24 14 11 22 17 323 401

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OPPONENT GAME-BY-GAME 2013 Univ. of Delaware Women's Lacrosse DELAWARE Opponent Game-by-Game All games (FINAL) OPPONENT STATISTICS Date

Opponent

Feb 16, 2013 Feb 22, 2013 Feb 24, 2013 Mar 01, 2013 Mar 05, 2013 Mar 09, 2013 Mar 13, 2013 Mar 16, 2013 Mar 27, 2013 Mar 31, 2013 Apr 05, 2013 Apr 07, 2013 Apr 12, 2013 Apr 14, 2013 Apr 19, 2013 Apr 21, 2013 Opponent DELAWARE

GEORGETOWN MU DENVER La Salle Lehigh RUTGERS LOYOLA Lafayette TEMPLE TOWSON James Madison George Mason OLD DOMINION WILLIAM & MARY Drexel HOFSTRA

Score

12-16 14-6 7-6 12-13 17-7 4-7 10-9 19-7 15-11 9-14 4-8 18-8 8-7 15-2 6-11 7-5 137-177

G

16 6 6 13 7 7 9 7 11 14 8 8 7 2 11 5 137 177

A

Pts

Sh Sog GW fpg-fps

10 26 33 28 3 9 17 14 2 8 18 11 2 15 28 20 2 9 16 12 4 11 19 14 3 12 27 18 3 10 16 13 4 15 22 18 4 18 26 23 2 10 13 12 1 9 24 15 1 8 14 14 1 3 11 7 4 15 22 15 2 7 17 11 48 185 323 245 40 217 401 317

1 4-7 0 0-2 0 1-3 1 1-2 0 1-3 1 1-3 0 3-5 0 1-4 0 2-4 1 3-4 1 2-3 0 2-8 0 0-0 0 0-4 1 1-4 0 0-1 6 22-57 10 35-84

GB

Fo

RC

YC

GC

23 17 14 8 19 16 13 26 7 16 20 9 19 10 29 17 12 17 12 29 8 6 11 5 18 12 5 12 6 30 10 11 4 8 22 11 13 19 7 23 12 11 13 3 16 12 14 10 9 19 14 7 16 7 16 11 8 6 4 30 13 6 12 9 19 9 10 16 1 30 7 12 9 5 15 14 5 11 5 6 209 159 215 106 337 260 182 198 136 323

DC

TO

CT

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3 2 1 3 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 3 1 0 3 22 10

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OPPONENT PER-GAME Games played: 16 Shots per game: 20.19; Goals per game: 8.56 Assists per game: 3.00; Points per game: 11.56 Shot pct: .424; SOG pct: .759 Faceoff W-L pct: .000; Clear pct.: 0.769 Date

Opponent

Feb 16, 2013 Feb 22, 2013 Feb 24, 2013 Mar 01, 2013 Mar 05, 2013 Mar 09, 2013 Mar 13, 2013 Mar 16, 2013 Mar 27, 2013 Mar 31, 2013 Apr 05, 2013 Apr 07, 2013 Apr 12, 2013 Apr 14, 2013 Apr 19, 2013 Apr 21, 2013 Opponent DELAWARE

GEORGETOWN MU DENVER La Salle Lehigh RUTGERS LOYOLA Lafayette TEMPLE TOWSON James Madison George Mason OLD DOMINION WILLIAM & MARY Drexel HOFSTRA

Score

12-16 14-6 7-6 12-13 17-7 4-7 10-9 19-7 15-11 9-14 4-8 18-8 8-7 15-2 6-11 7-5 137-177

Minutes

GA GAAvg Saves Save%

60:00 12 60:00 14 60:00 7 60:00 12 60:00 17 60:00 4 60:00 10 60:00 19 60:00 15 60:00 9 60:00 4 60:00 18 60:00 8 60:00 15 60:00 6 60:00 7 960:00 177 960:00 137

12.00 13.00 11.00 11.25 12.40 11.00 10.86 11.88 12.22 11.90 11.18 11.75 11.46 11.71 11.33 11.06 11.06 11.06

7 10 10 14 9 5 4 12 6 5 11 11 8 12 9 7 140 108

.368 .417 .588 .538 .346 .556 .286 .387 .286 .357 .733 .379 .500 .444 .600 .500 .442 .441

W

L

1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 6 10

0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 10 6

T Faced

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

24 31 22 31 31 18 20 35 27 17 18 35 22 35 17 18 401 323

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comparison

2013 Univ. of Delaware Women's Lacrosse DELAWARE Team Game-by-Game Comparison All games (FINAL)

Date

Opponent

Feb 16 Feb 22 Feb 24 Mar 01 Mar 05 Mar 09 Mar 13 Mar 16 Mar 27 Mar 31 Apr 05 Apr 07 Apr 12 Apr 14 Apr 19 Apr 21 Totals

GEORGETOWN MU DENVER La Salle Lehigh RUTGERS LOYOLA Lafayette TEMPLE TOWSON James Madison George Mason OLD DOMINION WILLIAM & MARY Drexel HOFSTRA

Score

Goals

12-16 12/16 14-6 14/6 7-6 7/6 12-13 12/13 17-7 17/7 4-7 4/7 10-9 10/9 19-7 19/7 15-11 15/11 9-14 9/14 4-8 4/8 18-8 18/8 8-7 8/7 15-2 15/2 6-11 6/11 7-5 7/5 177-137 177/137

Assists

2/10 5/3 2/2 3/2 5/2 1/4 1/3 4/3 5/4 1/4 1/2 7/1 0/1 2/1 1/4 0/2 40/48

Shots

On Goal

GB

T/O

24/33 19/28 17/23 18/14 31/17 24/14 30/16 14/26 22/18 17/11 26/20 21/19 31/28 26/20 18/17 16/17 31/16 26/12 15/8 13/11 18/19 9/14 11/12 12/12 20/27 14/18 10/10 11/4 35/16 31/13 22/11 13/19 27/22 21/18 15/12 12/13 17/26 14/23 8/12 11/10 18/13 15/12 17/14 11/16 35/24 29/15 14/11 9/6 22/14 16/14 12/13 13/12 35/11 27/7 20/9 4/16 17/22 15/15 10/7 9/9 18/17 14/11 15/14 11/11 401/323 317/245 260/209 198/215

Faceoff

Clears

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

8-15/10-11 14-15/10-14 12-25/11-14 4-5/7-8 13-15/11-15 8-12/15-17 12-15/12-12 13-16/10-12 14-16/7-9 7-13/8-10 9-12/10-17 6-8/9-10 7-8/11-17 12-12/6-12 11-11/12-12 13-14/13-17 163-212/162-207

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

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team game highs 2013 Univ. of Delaware Women's Lacrosse DELAWARE Team High/Low Analysis All games (FINAL) DELAWARE - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS GOALS ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES GROUND BALLS TURNOVERS OPP. TURNOVERS

25 23 19 18 7 5 5 5 35 35 35 31 29 12 9 9 30 26 21 18 26 19 19

at George Mason (Apr 07) at Lafayette (Mar 16) at Lafayette (Mar 16) at George Mason (Apr 07) at George Mason (Apr 07) vs Temple (Mar 27) at Lehigh (Mar 05) at MU (Feb 22) vs William & Mary (Apr 14) at George Mason (Apr 07) at Lafayette (Mar 16) at Lafayette (Mar 16) at George Mason (Apr 07) vs Georgetown (Feb 16) vs TOWSON (Mar 31) vs Loyola (Mar 13) at MU (Feb 22) vs Denver (Feb 24) vs Denver (Feb 24) vs Georgetown (Feb 16) at MU (Feb 22) at Lafayette (Mar 16) vs Denver (Feb 24) Opponent - GAME HIGHS

POINTS GOALS ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES GROUND BALLS TURNOVERS OPP. TURNOVERS

26 18 16 14 10 4 4 4 4 33 28 28 23 14 12 12 23 20 26 19 19 21 18

vs Georgetown (Feb 16) vs TOWSON (Mar 31) vs Georgetown (Feb 16) vs TOWSON (Mar 31) vs Georgetown (Feb 16) at Drexel (Apr 19) vs TOWSON (Mar 31) vs Temple (Mar 27) vs Rutgers (Mar 09) vs Georgetown (Feb 16) at La Salle (Mar 01) vs Georgetown (Feb 16) vs TOWSON (Mar 31) at La Salle (Mar 01) vs William & Mary (Apr 14) at Lafayette (Mar 16) vs Georgetown (Feb 16) vs Denver (Feb 24) at MU (Feb 22) at Lafayette (Mar 16) vs Denver (Feb 24) vs Denver (Feb 24) vs Georgetown (Feb 16)

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TEAM game LOWS 2013 Univ. of Delaware Women's Lacrosse DELAWARE High/Low Analysis All games (FINAL) DELAWARE - GAME LOWS POINTS GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL

SAVES GROUND BALLS TURNOVERS OPP. TURNOVERS

5 5 4 4 0 0 17 17 9 14 14 14 4 4 8 10 10 4 9 9 4 6

vs Rutgers (Mar 09) at James Madison (Apr 05) vs Rutgers (Mar 09) at James Madison (Apr 05) vs Old Dominion (Apr 12) vs HOFSTRA (Apr 21) vs TOWSON (Mar 31) at Drexel (Apr 19) vs Rutgers (Mar 09) vs Loyola (Mar 13) vs TOWSON (Mar 31) vs HOFSTRA (Apr 21) at James Madison (Apr 05) at Drexel (Apr 19) vs TOWSON (Mar 31) vs Loyola (Mar 13) at Drexel (Apr 19) vs William & Mary (Apr 14) at George Mason (Apr 07) at Drexel (Apr 19) vs Loyola (Mar 13) at George Mason (Apr 07) Opponent - GAME LOWS

POINTS GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES GROUND BALLS TURNOVERS OPP. TURNOVERS

3 7 2 5 1 1 1 11 13 7 11 11 4 5 5 7 8 4 6 4 9 9

vs William & Mary (Apr 14) vs HOFSTRA (Apr 21) vs William & Mary (Apr 14) vs HOFSTRA (Apr 21) at George Mason (Apr 07) vs Old Dominion (Apr 12) vs William & Mary (Apr 14) vs William & Mary (Apr 14) at James Madison (Apr 05) vs William & Mary (Apr 14) vs Denver (Feb 24) vs HOFSTRA (Apr 21) vs Loyola (Mar 13) vs Rutgers (Mar 09) vs TOWSON (Mar 31) at Drexel (Apr 19) at Lehigh (Mar 05) vs Loyola (Mar 13) at George Mason (Apr 07) vs William & Mary (Apr 14) at George Mason (Apr 07) at Drexel (Apr 19)

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individual game highs 2013 Univ. of Delaware Women's Lacrosse DELAWARE Player High/Low Analysis All games (FINAL) DELAWARE - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

POINTS

GOALS

ASSISTS

SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES GROUND BALLS DRAW CONTROLS CAUSED TURNOVER

8 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 2 2 2 2 12 9 7 7 7 12 9 7 6 8 6 6 4 4 4

Hahn, Allison at George Mason (Apr 07) McCartney, Caitlin vs Temple (Mar 27) Hahn, Allison at Lafayette (Mar 16) Hahn, Allison at Lehigh (Mar 05) McCartney, Caitlin vs Georgetown (Feb 16) McCartney, Caitlin vs Temple (Mar 27) Hahn, Allison at Lafayette (Mar 16) Hahn, Allison at Lehigh (Mar 05) Fay, Chelsea at Lehigh (Mar 05) McCartney, Caitlin vs Georgetown (Feb 16) Hahn, Allison at George Mason (Apr 07) Hahn, Allison vs Temple (Mar 27) Burns, Bridget at Lehigh (Mar 05) Hahn, Allison vs Denver (Feb 24) Hahn, Allison at MU (Feb 22) Fay, Chelsea at MU (Feb 22) McCartney, Caitlin vs William & Mary (Apr 14) McCartney, Caitlin vs Old Dominion (Apr 12) Hahn, Allison at Lehigh (Mar 05) Fay, Chelsea at MU (Feb 22) Zaugra, Alex vs Georgetown (Feb 16) Zaugra, Alex vs Loyola (Mar 13) Dattellas, Kara at MU (Feb 22) Biciocchi, Angela vs Denver (Feb 24) Karwoski, Alison vs Georgetown (Feb 16) McCartney, Caitlin vs Temple (Mar 27) Burns, Shannon at Lafayette (Mar 16) Alois, Alex vs William & Mary (Apr 14) Wein, Erin vs Temple (Mar 27) Karwoski, Alison vs Denver (Feb 24)

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Date

Feb 16 Feb 22 Feb 24 Mar 01 Mar 05 Mar 09 Mar 13 Mar 16 Mar 27 Mar 31 Apr 05 Apr 07 Apr 12 Apr 14 Apr 19 Apr 21

Date

Feb 16 Feb 22 Feb 24 Mar 01 Mar 05 Mar 09 Mar 13 Mar 16 Mar 27 Mar 31 Apr 05 Apr 07 Apr 12 Apr 14 Apr 19 Apr 21

Date

Feb 16 Feb 22 Feb 24 Mar 01 Mar 05 Mar 09 Mar 13 Mar 16 Mar 27 Mar 31 Apr 05 Apr 07 Apr 12 Apr 14 Apr 19 Apr 21

Opponent

GU at MU DEN at LAS at LEHIGH RU LOY at LAFAYETT TU TOWSON at JMU at MASON ODU W&M at DREXEL HOFSTRA

Opponent

GU at MU DEN at LAS at LEHIGH RU LOY at LAFAYETT TU TOWSON at JMU at MASON ODU W&M at DREXEL HOFSTRA

Opponent

GU at MU DEN at LAS at LEHIGH RU LOY at LAFAYETT TU TOWSON at JMU at MASON ODU W&M at DREXEL HOFSTRA

12-16 14-6 7-6 12-13 17-7 4-7 10-9 19-7 15-11 9-14 4-8 18-8 8-7 15-2 6-11 7-5

Score

12-16 14-6 7-6 12-13 17-7 4-7 10-9 19-7 15-11 9-14 4-8 18-8 8-7 15-2 6-11 7-5

Score

12-16 14-6 7-6 12-13 17-7 4-7 10-9 19-7 15-11 9-14 4-8 18-8 8-7 15-2 6-11 7-5

Score

L W W L W L W W W L L W W W L W

L W W L W L W W W L L W W W L W

L W W L W L W W W L L W W W L W

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 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

28 WEIN,ERIN

0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 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

14 WHEBLE,ABI

13 ZAUGRA,ALE

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 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0

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

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

2-1-3 4-0-4 1-0-1 1-0-1 5-0-5 1-0-1 2-0-2 3-0-3 3-1-4 2-0-2 1-0-1 3-1-4 3-0-3 4-0-4 1-0-1 2-0-2

4 FAY,CHELSE

18 ZOROVICH,T

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 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

5 BICIOCCHI,

19 HAHN,ALLIS

DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP

6 SMITH,MOLL

20 DUFFEY,LIZ

0-0-0 DNP DNP 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 3-0-3 3-0-3 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

7 RAFFERTY,M

0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 2-0-2 DNP DNP 1-0-1 DNP 2-2-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 5-1-6 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 5-1-6 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 3-1-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 3-5-8 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 2013 Univ. of Delaware Women's Lacrosse 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-1-3 DNP DELAWARE Game-by-Game Goals-Assists-Points 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP All games (FINAL) DNP 0-0-0 DNP 1-0-1 DNP

16 17 DOOLEY,RAC KARWOSKI,A

0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1

1 2 3 VANDANIKER BURNS,SHAN HAWLEY,SHA

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

22 HARTMAN,AB

5-1-6 3-0-3 3-0-3 3-1-4 1-0-1 DNP DNP 4-1-5 6-0-6 1-0-1 1-1-2 4-0-4 3-0-3 4-0-4 2-1-3 1-0-1

8 MCCARTNEY,

2013 Univ. of Delaware Women's Lacrosse DELAWARE Game-by-Game Goals-Assists-Points All games (FINAL)

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

24 DATTELLAS,

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 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

9 ALOIS,ALEX

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 1-0-1 DNP 1-0-1 0-0-0 DNP

25 POLLARD,EM

DNP DNP DNP 1-1-2 3-2-5 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-1-3 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0

10 BURNS,BRID

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 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

26 SMITH,KIER

DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP

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2013 Univ. of Delaware Women's Lacrosse DELAWARE Lacrosse Overall/Conference Statistics All games (FINAL)

OVERALL/CONFERENCE Overall: 10-6 Conf: 4-3 Home: 6-3 Away: 4-3 Neut: 0-0

OVERALL ##

Player

gp-gs

8 4 19 22 24 7 10 3 2 17 1 25 28 26 20 18 16 14 13 11 9 6 5

McCartney, Caitlin Fay, Chelsea Hahn, Allison Hartman, Abbie Dattellas, Kara Rafferty, McKenzie Burns, Bridget Hawley, Shannon Burns, Shannon Karwoski, Alison VanDaniker,Lauren Pollard, Emily Wein, Erin Smith, Kierstan Duffey, Lizzie Zorovich, Tori Dooley, Rachel Wheble, Abigail Zaugra, Alex Heidelbaugh, Devyn Alois, Alex Smith, Mollie Biciocchi, Angela Total Opponents

14-14 41 16-16 38 16-16 26 16-10 16 16-12 12 14-9 11 11-4 8 13-3 9 15-10 8 15-7 4 9-0 2 9-0 2 16-16 0 16-16 0 10-5 0 6-2 0 13-0 0 13-6 0 14-14 0 4-0 0 16-16 0 3-0 0 16-16 0 16 177 16 137

g

a

pts

CONFERENCE sh

5 46 80 3 41 82 15 41 53 6 22 34 1 13 29 1 12 38 4 12 19 1 10 19 1 9 22 0 4 17 2 4 2 0 2 6 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 40 217 401 48 185 323

sh% sog sog% to ct gw

gb

.512 64 .800 10 16 4 28 .463 65 .793 19 10 0 11 .491 41 .774 24 7 3 19 .471 31 .912 8 1 1 10 .414 26 .897 19 9 1 21 .289 29 .763 17 2 0 8 .421 11 .579 11 0 0 3 .474 15 .789 10 2 1 8 .364 16 .727 16 16 0 15 .235 13 .765 6 10 0 4 1.000 2 1.000 3 1 0 3 .333 4 .667 3 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 11 18 0 24 .000 0 .000 11 10 0 23 .000 0 .000 2 5 0 6 .000 0 .000 1 0 0 3 .000 0 .000 2 1 0 2 .000 0 .000 1 4 0 5 .000 0 .000 3 1 0 17 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 4 8 0 15 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 15 15 0 35 .441 317 .791 198 136 10 260 .424 245 .759 215 106 6 209

gp-gs

g

a

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

16 16 10 4 4 3 3 5 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67 55

2 1 7 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 15

OVERALL ##

Player

18 Zorovich, Tori 13 Zaugra, Alex Total Opponents Goals by Period DELAWARE Opponents Shots by Period DELAWARE Opponents Saves by Period DELAWARE Opponents Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

gp-gs

min.

6-2 14-14 16 16

243:43 716:17 960:00 960:00

1st

2nd

85 76

92 61

1st

2nd

214 187 168 155 1st

2nd

56 83

52 57

sh

sh% sog sog% to ct gw

18 39 .410 31 .795 4 6 17 29 .552 24 .828 7 4 17 20 .500 17 .850 8 2 5 7 .571 6 .857 3 1 4 14 .286 12 .857 7 4 3 19 .158 15 .789 7 1 4 8 .375 5 .625 6 0 5 14 .357 11 .786 6 1 2 5 .400 3 .600 5 6 2 4 .500 4 1.000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 2 0 2 3 .667 2 .667 1 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 4 8 0 0 .000 0 .000 2 2 0 0 .000 0 .000 1 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 1 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 1 3 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 5 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 3 4 79 162 .414 130 .802 68 47 70 127 .433 97 .764 80 40

gb

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

15 2 5 1 9 5 1 7 5 2 0 0 10 8 0 3 0 4 5 0 4 0 10 96 80

CONFERENCE

ga gaavg saves

25 6.15 112 9.38 137 8.56 177 11.06

pts

27 81 108 140

pct

w

l

t

gp-gs

.519 .420 .441 .442

3 7 10 6

2 4 6 10

0 0 0 0

5-2 5-5 7 7

min.

210:24 209:36 420:00 420:00

ga gaavg saves

20 5.70 35 10.02 55 7.86 67 9.57

Total 177 137

Goals by Period DELAWARE Opponents

1st

2nd

36 30

31 25

Total 401 323

Shots by Period DELAWARE Opponents

1st

2nd

91 69

71 58

Total 108 140

Saves by Period DELAWARE Opponents

1st

2nd

25 35

17 28

DELAWARE

Opponent

3090 9/343 0/0

1535 7/219

Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

22 20 42 63

pct

w

l

t

.524 .364 .433 .485

3 1 4 3

1 2 3 4

0 0 0 0

Total 67 55 Total 162 127 Total 42 63 DELAWARE

Opponent

1246 4/312 0/0

596 3/199

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2013 caa stANDINGS 2013 CAA Women's Lacrosse CONFERENCE LACROSSE STATISTICS Through games of May 21, 2013 (All games)

Team

Conference

Pct.

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

.857 .857 .571 .571 .571 .286 .286 .000

James Madison Towson Delaware Drexel Hofstra William & Mary Old Dominion George Mason Team Miscellaneous

GP

GF-GA

Delaware Drexel George Mason Hofstra James Madison Old Dominion Towson William & Mary

16 18 16 19 17 17 19 16

177-137 174-153 146-204 187-169 182-155 147-237 191-165 160-228

Attendance

Delaware Drexel George Mason Hofstra James Madison Old Dominion Towson William & Mary Totals

GF

Overall

Pct.

GF

GA

11-6 10-9 10-6 11-7 11-8 5-11 4-13 5-11

.647 .526 .625 .611 .579 .312 .235 .312

182 191 177 174 187 160 147 146

155 165 137 153 169 228 237 204

Margin Shots Shot% Saves Save%

+2.5 +1.2 -3.6 +0.9 +1.6 -5.3 +1.4 -4.2

Home Average

9-3090 9-1942 9-1512 10-5858 7-1085 8-1805 9-4495 7-1839 68-21626

GA

91 53 90 51 67 55 67 66 75 56 60 97 59 82 52 101

343 216 168 586 155 226 499 263 318

401 392 389 515 369 382 423 355

.441 .444 .375 .363 .493 .385 .452 .451

108 115 154 122 152 141 138 146

Away Average

7-1345 9-5517 7-1473 8-2743 9-3152 9-2451 9-2135 9-2589 67-21405

.441 .429 .430 .419 .495 .373 .455 .390

Current unbeaten streak William & Mary -- 1-0 Delaware -- 1-0

GB

DC

TO

CT

260 203 240 341 240 316 304 252

182 205 162 203 180 175 198 193

198 214 214 252 219 254 261 232

136 104 98 169 106 131 140 113

Neutral Average

192 613 210 343 350 272 237 288 319

0-0 0-0 0-0 1-350 1-350 0-0 1-253 0-0 3-953

0 0 0 350 350 0 253 0 318

Total Average

16-4435 18-7459 16-2985 19-8951 17-4587 17-4256 19-6883 16-4428 138-43984

277 414 187 471 270 250 362 277 319

POSTSEASON RESULTS 2013 CAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship Towson University - Towson, Md. May 3 - Semifinals #1 Towson 8, #4 Drexel 7 #3 Hofstra 6, #2 James Madison 4 May 5 - Finals #1 Towson 9, #3 Hofstra 4

2013 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship College Park, Md. May 10 - First Round Stony Brook 8, Towson 6

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ALL-CAA TEAMS 2013 CAA Co-Players of the Year: Casey Ancarrow, James Madison and Ashleigh Rohrback, Towson 2013 CAA Co-Defensive Players of the Year: Alexa Demski, Towson and April Iannetta, Hofstra 2013 CAA Rookie of the Year: Becky Conto, Hofstra 2013 CAA Coach of the Year: Sonia LaMonica, Towson

First Team Name School Brittain Altomare Hofstra Casey Ancarrow James Madison Ashleigh Rohrback Towson Amy Roguski James Madison Rhiannon Coogle Towson Kelli Joran Drexel Caitlin McCartney Delaware Amanda Norcini Drexel Angela Biciocchi Delaware Alexa Demski Towson April Iannetta Hofstra Schylar Healy James Madison

2013 caa Women’s lacrosse All-championship team Name School Taylor Albright Hofstra Casey Ancarrow James Madison Emily Bauer Drexel Kelsea Donnelly Towson Kelsey Gregerson Hofstra April Iannetta Hofstra Jackie LaMonica Towson Amanda Matthews James Madison Amanda Norcini Drexel Ashleigh Rohrback Towson Kaitlin Sheridan Towson most outstanding performer

Kaitlin Sheridan

Towson

Second Team Name School Paige Duncan Towson Chelsea Fay Delaware Allie Hilderbrandt George Mason Kyrstin Mackrides William & Mary Alyse Maiden Drexel Ali Curwin James Madison Jenna Dougherty William & Mary Rachel Obregon George Mason Christina Rea Old Dominion Alex Burns Old Dominion Lexi Cross James Madison Michelle Dufault Towson Kelsea Donnelly Towson

all-rookie Team Name School Zoe Boger William & Mary Emily Considine Hofstra Becky Conto Hofstra Kara Dattellas Delaware Emily Duffey Drexel Jaci Gordon James Madison Breanna Hamm Towson Shelby Milne Hofstra Rachel Shaw Old Dominion Erin Wein Delaware

NATIONAL ACCOLADES IWLCA ALL-REGION MID-ATLANTIC REGION First Team Alexa Demski Towson April Iannetta Hofstra Caitlin McCartney Delaware Ashleigh Rohrback Towson Second Team Brittain Altomare Angela Biciocchi Rhiannon Coogle Kelli Joran Alyse Maiden

IWLCA ALL-AMERICA second team Alexa Demski

Towson

third TEAM Casey Ancarrow James Madison

Hofstra Delaware Towson Drexel Drexel

SOUTH REGION First Team Casey Ancarrow James Madison

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caa TEAM leaders 2013 CAA Women's Lacrosse CONFERENCE LACROSSE STATISTICS Through games of May 21, 2013 (All games)

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

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

GOALS/GAME

GP

No.

Avg/G

Delaware James Madison Towson William & Mary Hofstra Drexel George Mason Old Dominion

16 17 19 16 19 18 16 17

177 182 191 160 187 174 146 147

11.06 10.71 10.05 10.00 9.84 9.67 9.12 8.65

GROUND BALLS/GAME

GP

No.

Avg/G

Old Dominion Hofstra Delaware Towson William & Mary George Mason James Madison Drexel

DRAW CONTROLS/GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

William & Mary Drexel Delaware Hofstra James Madison Towson Old Dominion George Mason SHOTS/GAME

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

Hofstra Delaware George Mason Old Dominion Towson William & Mary Drexel James Madison TURNOVERS/GAME

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

Drexel Delaware James Madison Hofstra George Mason Towson William & Mary Old Dominion

17 19 16 19 16 16 17 18

GP

16 18 16 19 17 19 17 16

GP

19 16 16 17 19 16 18 17

GP

18 16 17 19 16 19 16 17

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE GP 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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

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

62

8.

No.

193 205 182 203 180 198 175 162 No.

515 401 389 382 423 355 392 369 No.

214 198 219 252 214 261 232 254

8.

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

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

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

9.62 9.12 8.94 8.29 7.26 6.75 6.42 6.39

No.

Avg/G

ASSISTS/GAME

GP

POINTS/GAME

GP

FOULS/GAME

GP

17 19 16 19 17 16 16 18

449 496 378 447 369 325 323 326

SHOT PERCENT

GP

Towson William & Mary James Madison Hofstra Drexel Delaware Old Dominion George Mason

James Madison Towson William & Mary Hofstra Delaware Drexel Old Dominion George Mason Old Dominion Towson George Mason Hofstra James Madison William & Mary Delaware Drexel James Madison Towson William & Mary Drexel Delaware Old Dominion George Mason Hofstra

1. 2.

17 19 16 19 16 18 17 16

17 19 16 18 16 17 16 19

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

GA Avg.

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

Avg/G

No.

Avg/G

No.

Avg/G

Goals

Shots

89 69 70 72 56 40 39 29

252 280 229 259 217 230 186 175

182 191 160 174 177 147 146 187

4.68 4.31 4.12 3.79 3.11 2.50 2.29 1.81

14.82 14.74 14.31 13.63 13.56 12.78 10.94 10.94 26.41 26.11 23.62 23.53 21.71 20.31 20.19 18.11 369 423 355 392 401 382 389 515

19 16 17 19 16 17 16 18

169 136 131 140 113 106 98 104

No.

Avg/G

SHUTOUTS/GAME

GP

No.

Avg/G

SAVE PERCENT 1.

No.

Hofstra Delaware Old Dominion Towson William & Mary James Madison George Mason Drexel

153 1080:00 8.50 1. Drexel Delaware 137 960:00 8.56 Hofstra 169 1171:27 8.66 Towson 165 1140:00 8.68 James Madison 155 1039:45 8.94 Women's 2013 CAA Lacrosse George Mason 204 CONFERENCE 959:48 12.75 LACROSSE STATISTICS Dominion 237 1019:59 13.94 Through games of May 21,Old 2013 (All games) William & Mary 228 966:00 14.16

317 361 308 272 317 292 274 256

19 16 17 19 18 16 17 16

CAUSED TURNOVER/GAME GP

11.89 12.38 12.88 13.26 13.38 13.74 14.50 14.94

Avg/G

16 19 17 16 19 18 17 16

7.

Avg/G

No.

GP

6.

27.11 25.06 24.31 22.47 22.26 22.19 21.78 21.71

154 146 152 141 138 108 122 115

SHOTS ON GOAL/GAME

5.

Avg/G

16 16 17 17 19 16 19 18

George Mason William & Mary James Madison Old Dominion Towson Delaware Hofstra Drexel

4.

12.06 11.39 11.38 10.68 10.59 10.42 10.29 10.12

GP

SAVES/GAME

3.

Avg/G

Minutes

18 16 19 19 17 16 17 16

2.

18.59 17.95 16.25 16.00 15.75 15.00 14.12 11.28

GA

Drexel Delaware Hofstra Towson James Madison George Mason Old Dominion William & Mary

Delaware Hofstra Old Dominion William & Mary Towson Drexel James Madison George Mason

316 341 260 304 252 240 240 203

1.

James Madison Towson Delaware George Mason Drexel Hofstra William & Mary Old Dominion

18 16 19 19 17 16 17 16

GP

17 19 16 16 18 19 16 17

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GA

155 165 137 204 153 169 228 237

Pct.

.493 .452 .451 .444 .441 .385 .375 .363

8.89 8.50 7.71 7.37 7.06 6.24 6.12 5.78

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Saves

152 138 108 154 115 122 146 141

Save%

.495 .455 .441 .430 .429 .419 .390 .373

19.81 19.00 18.12 17.00 16.68 16.22 16.12 16.00

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individual leaders 2013 CAA Women's Lacrosse INDIVIDUAL LACROSSE STATISTICS Through games of May 21, 2013 (All games)

To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 50.0% of their team's games, goalies at least 60.0% of their team's minutes.

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

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

GOALS/GAME

GP

McCartney, Caitlin-Delaware Mackrides, Kyrstin-W&M Ancarrow, Casey-JMU Fay, Chelsea-Delaware Hilderbrandt, Allie-Mason Roguski, Amy-JMU Salmon, Taelor-W&M Coogle, Rhiannon-Towson Obregon, Rachel-Mason Joran, Kelli-Drexel

14 16 17 16 16 15 15 19 16 18

POINTS/GAME

GP

Rohrback, Ashleigh-Towson Altomare, Brittain-Hofstra McCartney, Caitlin-Delaware Ancarrow, Casey-JMU Maiden, Alyse-Drexel Mackrides, Kyrstin-W&M Roguski, Amy-JMU Hahn, Allison-Delaware Fay, Chelsea-Delaware Hilderbrandt, Allie-Mason GROUND BALLS/GAME

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Pastrana, Brittany-Mason Gregerson, Kelsey-Hofstra Brouse, Caroline-Mason Iannetta, April-Hofstra Hayde, Karen-ODU

13 19 14 17 18 16 15 16 16 16

GP

13 19 12 19 17

No. Avg/G

41 41 41 38 37 34 33 41 34 37 G

19 34 41 41 34 41 34 26 38 37

2.93 2.56 2.41 2.38 2.31 2.27 2.20 2.16 2.12 2.06

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

A Pts Avg/G

32 35 5 12 21 7 7 15 3 4

51 69 46 53 55 48 41 41 41 41

3.92 3.63 3.29 3.12 3.06 3.00 2.73 2.56 2.56 2.56

1. 2. 3.

No. Avg/G

35 51 32 50 44

2.69 2.68 2.67 2.63 2.59

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

DRAW CONTROLS/GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Conto, Becky-Hofstra Kopenhaver, Kristin-Drexel Joran, Kelli-Drexel Iannetta, April-Hofstra Maier, Jill-Hofstra GOALS AGAINST AVG

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

Bradley, Teresha-Drexel Gregerson, Kelsey-Hofstra Donnelly, Kelsea-Towson Zaugra, Alex-Delaware Healy, Schylar-JMU Hayde, Karen-ODU Nofi, Colleen-W&M SAVES/GAME

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

Healy, Schylar-JMU Hayde, Karen-ODU Nofi, Colleen-W&M Donnelly, Kelsea-Towson Gregerson, Kelsey-Hofstra Bradley, Teresha-Drexel Zaugra, Alex-Delaware

GP

18 18 18 19 10

GP

18 19 19 14 15 17 16

GP

15 17 16 19 19 18 14

No. Avg/G

55 54 53 53 27

3.06 3.00 2.94 2.79 2.70

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

GA Minutes GAavg

141 163 151 112 146 237 181

1029:3 8.22 1163:2 8.41 1072:0 8.45 716:17 9.38 919:45 9.52 1019:5 13.94 772:23 14.06

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

No. Avg/G

138 141 123 128 121 111 81

9.20 8.29 7.69 6.74 6.37 6.17 5.79

ASSISTS/GAME

GP

No. Avg/G

GAME-WINNING GOALS

GP

No. Avg/G

SHOTS/GAME

GP

No. Avg/G

CAUSED TURNOVERS/GAME

GP

No. Avg/G

SAVE PERCENTAGE

GP Saves

Rohrback, Ashleigh-Towson Altomare, Brittain-Hofstra Noon, Kaleigh-W&M Maiden, Alyse-Drexel Maloof, Sarah-Towson McLouth, Rebecca-JMU Hahn, Allison-Delaware Duncan, Paige-Towson Rudloff, Jessica-Drexel Ancarrow, Casey-JMU Curwin, Ali-JMU Coogle, Rhiannon-Towson McCartney, Caitlin-Delaware Roguski, Amy-JMU Hilderbrandt, Allie-Mason Hahn, Allison-Delaware Joran, Kelli-Drexel Mezzanotte, Alex-Hofstra

Obregon, Rachel-Mason McCartney, Caitlin-Delaware Standing, Ashmore-ODU Hilderbrandt, Allie-Mason Fay, Chelsea-Delaware Altomare, Brittain-Hofstra Mackrides, Kyrstin-W&M Coogle, Rhiannon-Towson Salmon, Taelor-W&M Riemer, Julia-Hofstra Iannetta, April-Hofstra Burns, Alexandra-ODU McCormick, Kallie-ODU Milne, Shelby-Hofstra Demski, Alexa-Towson

Healy, Schylar-JMU Donnelly, Kelsea-Towson Bradley, Teresha-Drexel Gregerson, Kelsey-Hofstra Zaugra, Alex-Delaware Nofi, Colleen-W&M Hayde, Karen-ODU SHUTOUTS/GAME

13 19 16 18 17 17 16 19 18 17 17 19 14 15 16 16 18 19

16 14 17 16 16 19 16 19 15 19 19 17 17 19 19 15 19 18 19 14 16 17

GP

32 35 19 21 17 17 15 14 13 12 12 5 4 3 3 3 3 3

93 80 94 83 82 93 78 92 70 86 40 23 21 23 22

138 128 111 121 81 123 141

2. 3. 4. 5.

Mackrides, Kyrstin-W&M Salmon, Taelor-W&M McCartney, Caitlin-Delaware Coogle, Rhiannon-Towson Obregon, Rachel-Mason

0.26 0.29 0.20 0.19 0.19 0.17 0.16

5.81 5.71 5.53 5.19 5.12 4.89 4.88 4.84 4.67 4.53 2.11 1.35 1.24 1.21 1.16 GA

146 151 141 163 112 181 237

Pct.

.486 .459 .440 .426 .420 .405 .2013 373

CAA Wome INDIVIDUAL LACRO No. Avg/G Through games of May 2

FREE-POSITION GOALS/GAME GP 1.

2.46 1.84 1.19 1.17 1.00 1.00 0.94 0.74 0.72 0.71 0.71

16 15 14 19 16

No. Avg/G

16 11 10 13 10

1.00 0.73 0.71 0.68 0.62

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ABOUT THE CAA With nearly three decades of success athletically and academically, the Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences. The CAA encompasses many of the nation’s largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Charleston, S.C. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 13 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 13 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 23 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2012-13, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 23 teams in 15 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2013. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes several of the nation’s top media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 22 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis and track & field. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2012-13, 27 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 43 student-athletes received All-America honors in 14 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past seven years. CAA teams have combined to win 41 games in postseason play since 2006, including 14 victories in the NCAA Tournament. The CAA has posted at least one NCAA Tournament win in six of the past eight years, including the last four in a row. The conference has seen five or more teams reach postseason play in four of the last five seasons. In women’s basketball, 2013 CAA champion Delaware defeated West Virginia and North Carolina to become the 12th CAA

team to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Behind the play of Honda Award winner Elena Delle Donne, the Blue Hens finished the season ranked #13 in the final USA Today Coaches Top 25 poll. Drexel captured the WNIT championship with a 46-43 victory over Utah and James Madison reached the quarterfinals of the WNIT. CAA teams have gone 20-9 in postseason play over the past two years. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981. Three men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and each current member of the conference has reached the NCAA Tournament since 2006. In softball, Hofstra reached the NCAA Super Regionals in 2012 and the CAA placed two teams (Hofstra and James Madison) in the NCAA’s for the first time last season. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament three times in the past six seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 14 years and the women’s team had two runners (Elaina Balouris and Emily Stites) earn AllAmerica honors in 2012. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The CAA sent three teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in 2013 and has had at least 11 players selected in nine of the last 11 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also had individuals earn All-America honors in women’s lacrosse, track and field and swimming & diving last season and had players nationally ranked in tennis and golf. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university education and life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs, visiting faculty programs and a recent partnership with NBC Learn to provide educational videos to over 8,500 public schools across the United States. CAA schools are also very active in community service projects. The CAA Blood Challenge, which is held each fall, has raised more than 36,000 units of blood over the past 11 years. The firstever CAA Food Drive Challenge last winter resulted in over 9,500 pounds of donated food. Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when two of its current members- James Madison University and the College of

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about the caa William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, George Mason University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new conference. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Old Dominion University joined the CAA in 1991 and was followed by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference in 2005 and the College of Charleston began its first year as a CAA member on July 1, 2013. Elon University will join the conference beginning in 2014-15.

STAFF DIRECTORY 8625 Patterson Avenue Richmond, VA 23229 (804) 754-1616 Fax: (804) 754-1973 Executive Commissioner........................................... Thomas E. Yeager Deputy Commissioner for Basketball ................. Ron Bertovich Chief Operating Officer ................................Cindy Williams Executive Assistant......................................Raven Wilkinson Broadcasting/Video

CAA MEMBERSHIP HISTORY

Assoc. Commissioner - Broadcast Services ............ Peter Hock Director of Video Services .............................. Bobby Broyles Director of Video Services................................... Alex Souza

Current Membership College of Charleston........................... 2013-present University of Delaware.......................... 2001-present Drexel University.................................. 2001-present Hofstra University................................. 2001-present James Madison University..................... 1983-present Univ. of North Carolina-Wilmington....... 1985-present Northeastern University......................... 2005-present Towson University................................. 2001-present College of William and Mary................ 1983-present

Championships

Past Members American University............................... 1985-2001 East Carolina University.......................... 1983-2001 George Mason University....................... 1983-2013 Georgia State University......................... 2005-2013 United States Naval Academy................. 1983-1991 Old Dominion University......................... 1991-2013 University of Richmond........................... 1983-2001 Virginia Commonwealth University........... 1995-2012

Compliance

Future Member Elon University................................................2014

Officiating

Senior Assoc. Commissioner - Champ./Marketing .... Robert Goodman Assoc. Commissioner - Championships/MBB .....Steve Kanaby Assistant Commissioner - Championships/WBB ... Sam Barany Assistant Commissioner - Championships....Ashley Champigny Communications Associate Commissioner - Communications ..... Rob Washburn Asst. Commissioner - Creative Services/Comm. ...Niki DeSantis Communications Intern ................................. Tim McDonnell

Senior Assoc. Commiss. - Comp. & Governance/SWA..Kathleen Batterson Asst. Dir. of Compliance & Student-Athlete Services ....Donna Jones Corporate Partnerships Director of Corporate Partnerships ................. Brian Edmonds Integrated Digital Strategies Assoc. Commissioner - Integrated Digital Strategies... Scott Meyer

Officiating Administrator ................................. Pamela Stone

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Year 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

Record 5-6 8-7 9-6 13-2 14-1 18-2 15-4-1 9-8 9-8 12-5 8-9 11-6 8-9 6-11 7-9 6-11 11-7 9-10 8-8 12-6 14-4 13-5 13-5 7-10 4-12 7-9 6-10 8-8 5-12 11-6 11-6 10-8 6-10 8-9 5-12 10-6 336-267-1

Conf. Record (Finish) n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 4-0 (2nd, ECC) 4-0 (1st, ECC) 3-1 (2nd, ECC) 4-1 (2nd, ECC) 5-1 (2nd, ECC) 4-2 (3rd, ECC) 5-1 (2nd, ECC) 4-2 (2nd, ECC) 3-1 (2nd, ECC) n/a 2-4 (4th, CAA) 4-3 (4th, CAA) 3-4 (4th, CAA) 4-1 (2nd, NAC) 5-1 (2nd, America East) 6-0 (1st, America East) 6-0 (1st, America East) 5-1 (2nd, America East) 5-1 (2nd, America East) 3-5 (8th, CAA) 4-3 (4th, CAA) 2-5 (6th, CAA) 4-3 (4th, CAA) 1-6 (8th, CAA) 5-2 (3rd, CAA) 4-3 (4th, CAA) 5-2 (2nd, CAA) 3-4 (5th, CAA) 3-4 (t-4th, CAA) 3-4 (5th, CAA) 4-3 (t-5th, CAA) (.556)

Head Coach Postseason Judy Clapp USWILA Tournament Judy Clapp (13-13) 5th, USWLA Division II Tournament Janet Smith 5th, USWLA Division II Tournament Janet Smith AIAW National Champions; 2nd, EAIAW Regionals Janet Smith AIAW National Champions; EAIAW Regional Champions Janet Smith NCAA Division I National Champions; East Coast Conference Champions Janet Smith 3rd, NCAA Championships; ECC Champions Janet Smith 2nd, ECC Tournament Janet Smith ECC Champions Janet Smith ECC Champions; No. 9 in final NCAA poll Janet Smith 2nd, ECC Tournament Janet Smith (118-51-1) 2nd, ECC Tournament; No. 7 in final NCAA poll MaryBeth Holder 2nd, ECC Tournament MaryBeth Holder 2nd, ECC Tournament MaryBeth Holder No. 12 in final NCAA poll MaryBeth Holder (27-40) 1st Round, Colonial Athletic Association Tournament Denise Wescott 1st Round, CAA Tournament; No. 12 in NCAA poll Denise Wescott 2nd, CAA Tournament; No. 13 in final NCAA poll Denise Wescott 1st Round, North Atlantic Conference Tournament Denise Wescott America East Champions; No. 15 in final NCAA poll Denise Wescott America East Champions; No. 12 in final NCAA poll Denise Wescott America East Champions; No. 13 in final NCAA poll Denise Wescott NCAA 1st Round; America East Runners-up; No. 12 in final NCAA poll Denise Wescott America East Semifinals Denise Wescott Denise Wescott Denise Wescott (104-86) Kim Ciarrocca Colonial Athletic Association Semifinals; Received Votes in NCAA poll Kim Ciarrocca Kim Ciarrocca Colonial Athletic Association Semifinals Kim Ciarrocca Colonial Athletic Association Semifinals Kim Ciarrocca Colonial Athletic Association Finals Kim Ciarrocca (51-50) Kateri Linville Kateri Linville Kateri Linville (23-27) 36 seasons

Janet Smith

Judy Clapp

MaryBeth Holder

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Coach

Years

Record (Pct.)

Judy Clapp

1978-79

13-13 (.500)

Janet Smith

1980-89

118-51-1 (.694)

MaryBeth Holder

1990-93

27-40 (.403)

Denise Wescott

1994-04

104-86 (.547)

Kim Ciarrocca

2005-10

51-50 (.505)

Kateri Linville

2011-Present (3)

23-27 (.460)

Totals

36 Seasons

336-267-1 (604) (.556)

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Denise Wescott

Kim Ciarrocca

Kateri Linville

TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS:............................................3

1981 (AIAW), 1982 (AIAW), 1983 (NCAA)

NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES:......................8

1978 (USWILA)

1982 (AIAW)

1979 (USWILA)

1983 (NCAA)

1980 (USWILA)

1984 (NCAA)

1981 (AIAW)

2000 (NCAA)

ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORD:............. 7-2 CONFERENCE TITLES:....................................................6

East Coast Conference – 1984, 1986, 1987

America East – 1997, 1998, 1999

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Loyola (Md.)+........................... W ............ 16-8 Lehigh+ ............................................L ........ 8-9 Ithaca#. ................................... W ............ 22-6 Loyola (Md.)#........................... W .............. 7-6 Lehigh# ................................... W .............. 8-4 + EAIAW Regionals at Loyola (2nd Place) # AIAW Division II Nationals at Penn State (1st Place)

at Maryland......................................L ...... 5-12 at Temple...........................................L ...... 5-16 at Glassboro............................. W ............ 10-8 Towson State............................. W ............ 11-8 at West Chester..................................L ...... 7-11 Towson State^....................................L (ot). 12-13 Denison*.................................. W ............ 16-5 Boston University^..................... W ............ 12-4 Loyola (Md.)^........................... W ............ 11-6 Lock Haven^............................. W .............. 9-4 ^ USWLA Division II Tournament at Loyola (5th Place)

1982 (14-1) AIAW NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Janet A. Smith Captains: Anne Brooking, Ann Pasquariello Ursinus..................................... W ............ 17-7 James Madison......................... W ............ 19-5 Rutgers..................................... W ............ 15-1 East Stroudsburg....................... W ............ 18-0 Lafayette................................... W ............ 12-6 Lehigh.. ................................... W ............ 19-3 Bucknell ................................... W ............ 13-1 Temple...............................................L ........ 4-5 Glassboro................................. W ............ 20-2 West Chester............................ W .......... 17-11 Towson State+........................... W .............. 9-2 Lehigh+.................................... W ............ 14-6 Cortland State#......................... W .......... 17-11 Colgate#.................................. W ............ 21-5 Lehigh#.................................... W ............ 10-8 + EAIAW Regionals at Loyola (1st Place) # AIAW Division II Nationals at West Chester (1st Place)

1981 (13-2) AIAW NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Janet A. Smith Captains: Patti Wilkinson, Linda West at Ursinus..........................................L ...... 8-11 at Rutgers................................. W .............. 8-3 East Stroudsburg....................... W ............ 26-2 at Lehigh.................................. W ............ 11-7 Lafayette................................... W ............ 17-4 at West Chester......................... W .............. 9-7 Bucknell ................................... W ............ 17-3 Temple.. ................................... W .............. 8-7 Glassboro................................. W ............ 23-6 at Towson State......................... W ............ 10-4

1983 (18-2, 4-0 ECC) NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS EAST COAST CONFERENCE CHAMPS Head Coach: Janet A. Smith Captains: Anne Brooking, Rita Devine 3/24 at Ursinus..................... W .......... 19-10 4/5 at Rutgers..................... W ............ 20-3 4/7 James Madison............ W ............ 17-7 4/14 at Towson State*........... W ............ 21-6 4/16 at Lehigh*.................... W .............. 9-6 4/18 Trenton State................ W ............ 13-4 4/19 Bucknell*...................... W ............ 17-6 4/21 Temple......................... W ............ 10-5 4/23 Glassboro.................... W ............ 25-1

Under second year head coach Judy Clapp, the 1979 Blue Hens recorded the first winning season (8-7) in school history.

1978 (5-6) Head Coach: Judith A. Clapp Captains: Patricia Weber, Andrea White at Maryland......................................L ...... 4-14 Rutgers ................................... W ............ 10-2 Trenton State............................. W ............ 10-2 Glassboro................................. W .......... 13-11 at East Stroudsburg............................L .... 11-13 at Temple...........................................L .... 18-25 Towson State............................. W .............. 9-4 at West Chester..................................L ...... 8-19 at East Stroudsburg............................L ........ 3-8 Rutgers ................................... W .............. 9-5 Yale...... ............................................L ........ 6-7 1979 (8-7) Head Coach: Judith A. Clapp Captains: Kay Hewlett, Andrea White at Penn State......................................L ...... 2-25 at Ursinus..........................................L ...... 3-11 East Stroudsburg....................... W .............. 7-6 at Maryland......................................L ...... 5-12 at Rutgers..........................................L .... 11-13 at Temple...........................................L ...... 4-13 Glassboro................................. W ............ 13-9 Towson State............................. W ............ 13-6 at West Chester..................................L ...... 8-17 Trenton State ............................ W ............ 10-3 Bridgewater*............................ W .............. 8-4 Lock Haven* .....................................L ...... 5-14 Hofstra* ................................... W ............ 25-8 Johns Hopkins*......................... W ............ 17-5 Denison*.................................. W ............ 18-7 * U.S. Women’s Lacrosse Association (USWLA) Division II Tournament at Hollins, Va. (5th Place) 1980 (9-6) Head Coach: Janet A. Smith Captains: Carol Spratt, Margie Corwin Ursinus ............................................L .... 10-14 Rutgers ................................... W ............ 13-6 Penn State.........................................L...... 6-17 at Trenton State......................... W ............ 17-9 at East Stroudsburg................... W ............ 12-5

Delaware captured the 1982 AIAW National Championship following wins over Ithaca, Loyola (Md.) and Lehigh.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 4/26 Lafayette*..................... W ............ 15-3 4/27 Loyola (MD)................. W ............ 15-6 4/29 Virginia....................... W ............ 19-6 5/2 at Penn State.........................L ...... 9-16 5/3 at West Chester.....................L ...... 9-10 5/7 Towson State%.............. W ............ 28-3 5/8 Lehigh%....................... W .............. 9-8 5/11 William & Mary$......... W ............ 11-7 5/14 Maryland$................... W ............ 11-8 5/21 Penn State$.................. W .............. 7-5 5/22 Temple&....................... W ............ 10-7 * East Coast Conference Games (1st Place) % ECC Tournament at Delaware (1st Place) $ NCAA Division I Tourn. Philadelphia, Pa. (1st Place) 1984 (15-4-1, 4-0 ECC) 3RD, NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS ECC CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Janet A. Smith Captains: Karen Emas, Linda Schmidt 3/22 Maryland............................. T ........ 8-8 4/3 Rutgers........................ W ............ 21-3 4/7 at Lafayette*................. W............. 14-4 4/10 Penn State.............................L...... 7-19 4/12 Towson State*............... W .......... 21-10 4/14 Lehigh*........................ W ............ 14-7 4/17 at Bucknell*.................. W ............ 27-2 4/19 at Temple..............................L ...... 5-14 4/21 Ursinus........................ W ............ 25-5 4/24 at Loyola (Md.)......................L .... 11-13 4/26 William & Mary........... W .......... 16-11 4/27 James Madison............ W ............ 15-3 4/28 Virginia....................... W ............ 15-8 5/1 West Chester................ W ............ 15-4 5/5 Bucknell%..................... W ............ 18-1 5/6 Lehigh%....................... W ............ 10-5 5/9 Pennsylvania$.............. W ............ 18-1 5/12 Penn State$.................. W ............ 10-9 5/19 Temple$................................L ...... 3-13 5/20 Massachusetts$............ W .............. 9-5 * East Coast Conference Games (1st Place) % ECC Tournament at Towson State (1st Place) $ NCAA Division I Tournament (3rd Place)

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The ECC Champion Blue Hens went 3-1 in the 1984 NCAA Tournament to finish third overall.

1985 (9-8, 3-1 ECC) Head Coach: Janet A. Smith Captains: Margaret Meharg, Maureen Wilkinson 3/23 Richmond..............................L..... 10-12 3/26 at Rutgers..................... W .......... 19-14 3/28 at James Madison......... W .......... 15-14 3/30 Lafayette*..................... W.......... 13-12 4/11 Penn State.............................L..... 13-21 4/13 at Lehigh*.............................L ...... 9-16 4/16 at Bucknell*.................. W ............ 10-6 4/18 Temple..................................L...... 9-16 4/20 at Ursinus..............................L ........ 3-6 4/22 Loyola (MD).................W (ot) ....... 18-16 4/23 at Towson State*........... W .......... 11-10 4/25 at Maryland..........................L ...... 8-19 4/27 Virginia................................L .... 13-18 4/30 at West Chester............ W ............ 17-9 5/2 Princeton...................... W ............ 25-9 5/4 Towson State%.............. W ............ 17-5 5/5 Lehigh%................................L...... 7-21 * East Coast Conference Games (2nd Place) % ECC Tournament at Lehigh (2nd Place)

Delaware head coach Janet Smith led the 1986 squad to another ECC Championship.

1986 (9-8, 4-1 ECC) ECC CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Janet A. Smith Captains: Jen Maliken, Robin Vitetta, Anne Wilkinson 3/20 Maryland..............................L ...... 6-12 3/22 Richmond..............................L ...... 9-10 3/25 at Drexel*.................... W ............ 17-3 3/27 James Madison............ W .......... 21-12 4/8 at Lafayette*..........................L .... 12-13 4/10 Penn State.............................L ...... 8-13 4/12 Lehigh*........................ W ............ 13-9 4/15 at Bucknell*.................. W ............ 25-3 4/17 at Temple..............................L ...... 4-19 4/19 Ursinus........................ W ............ 16-8 4/22 at Loyola (Md.)......................L ...... 7-16 4/24 Towson State*............... W ............ 36-2 4/26 at Virginia.............................L .... 13-23 4/29 West Chester.........................L ...... 8-10 5/1 at Princeton.................. W ............ 20-7 5/3 Lehigh%................... ....W (ot) ........... 8-7 5/4 Lafayette%.................... W .......... 12-10 * East Coast Conference Games (2nd Place) % ECC Tournament at Hofstra (1st Place) 1987 (12-5, 5-1 ECC) ECC CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Janet A. Smith Captains: Jennifer Coyne, Beth Manley 3/19 at Maryland..........................L ...... 6-12 3/21 Richmond..................... W .......... 21-10 3/24 Drexel*........................ W .....1-0 forfeit 3/26 at James Madison......... W .......... 12-10 3/28 at Hofstra*................... W ............ 25-3 4/7 Lafayette...............................L ...... 9-10 4/9 at Penn State.........................L ...... 7-14 4/11 at Lehigh*.................... W .......... 12-11 4/15 Temple..................................L ...... 5-15 4/18 Bucknell*...................... W ............ 23-2 4/21 Loyola (Md.)................. W .......... 16-12 4/23 at Towson State*........... W ............ 24-2 4/25 Virginia................................L .... 10-11 4/28 at West Chester............ W ............ 13-8 4/30 Princeton...................... W ............ 10-8

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 4/11 #15 Temple...........................L ...... 7-10 4/13 UMBC*........................ W ............ 11-5 4/16 #12 Loyola (Md.)............... ...L (ot) .11-12 4/18 at Towson State*....................L ...... 5-13 4/20 #2 Virginia...........................L ...... 5-15 4/23 at West Chester.....................L ...... 9-11 4/25 Princeton...............................L ...... 9-17 4/30 at Lehigh.................. ....W (ot) ......... 12-8 5/4 Drexel%....................... W ............ 14-6 5/5 Towson State%.......................L ...... 6-11 * East Coast Conference Games (2nd Place) % ECC Tournament at Towson State (2nd Place)

For the second straight year, and fourth time in five years, the 1987 ECC Championship was claimed by Delaware.

5/2 Lehigh%....................... W ............ 10-5 5/3 Lafayette%.................... W .............. 9-8 * East Coast Conference Games (2nd Place) % ECC Tournament at Delaware (1st Place) 1988 (8-9, 4-2 ECC) Head Coach: Janet A. Smith Captains: Andrea Bradley, Natalie Bush, Karlyn Wesley 3/17 Maryland................... W (ot) ......... 12-11 3/19 Richmond..................... W .............. 8-7 3/24 James Madison.....................L ...... 5-11 3/26 Hofstra*....................... W ............ 12-2 4/5 at Lafayette*..........................L ...... 9-18 4/9 Lehigh*.................................L ........ 6-7 4/12 at Drexel*.................... W .......... 20-11 4/14 at #1 Temple.........................L ...... 7-15 4/16 at Bucknell*.................. W ............ 15-3 4/18 Penn State.............................L ...... 8-13 4/19 at #15 Loyola (Md.)...............L ...... 5-10 4/21 Towson State*............... W ............ 13-7 4/23 at #8 Virginia........................L ...... 4-14 4/26 West Chester................ W .......... 14-10 4/28 at Princeton...........................L .... 10-11 4/30 #10 Lehigh%.........................L .... 10-11 5/1 Lafayette%.............................L ...... 6-10 * East Coast Conference Games (3rd Place) % ECC Tournament at Lehigh (2nd Place) 1989 (11-6, 5-1 ECC) Head Coach: Janet A. Smith Captains: Nari Bush, Cassie Vogt 3/16 at Maryland................. W .......... 12-11 3/18 Richmond..................... W ............ 14-7 3/23 at James Madison......... W .............. 9-6 3/25 at Hofstra*................... W ............ 22-3 4/4 Lafayette*..............................L .... 10-11 4/6 at #1 Penn State....................L ...... 7-13 4/8 at #13 Lehigh*............. W ............ 10-7 4/11 Drexel*........................ W ............ 18-4 4/13 #5 Temple.............................L ...... 6-11 4/15 Bucknell*...................... W ............ 18-4 4/18 Loyola (Md.)..........................L ...... 9-11

4/20 at Towson State*........... W .......... 12-11 4/22 #5 Virginia...........................L ...... 5-13 4/25 at West Chester............ W .............. 9-8 4/27 #1 Princeton................. W .............. 9-7 5/6 Lehigh%....................... W ............ 11-7 5/7 #4 Lafayette%........................L ........ 7-8 * East Coast Conference Games (2nd Place) % ECC Tournament at Lafayette (2nd Place) 1990 (8-9, 4-2 ECC) Head Coach: MaryBeth Holder Captains: Stephanie Sadarananda, Barb Wolffe 3/15 Maryland..............................L .... 10-12 3/17 Richmond..................... W .............. 7-6 3/22 James Madison............ W .............. 7-5 4/3 at #12 Lafayette*...................L ...... 4-11 4/5 #5 Penn State........................L ...... 4-11 4/7 Lehigh*........................ W .............. 7-4 4/10 at Drexel*.................... W ............ 12-9 4/12 at #2 Temple.........................L ...... 5-12 4/14 at Bucknell*.................. W .............. 8-1 4/17 at #2 Loyola (Md.).................L ...... 3-13 4/19 Towson State*........................L ........ 3-8 4/21 at #6 Virginia........................L ...... 3-11 4/22 Hofstra*....................... W ............ 22-1 4/24 West Chester................ W ............ 13-7 4/26 at #8 Princeton......................L ...... 6-15 5/5 Lehigh%..................... W (ot) ......... 11-10 5/6 #14 Towson State%..... L 3-4 * East Coast Conference Games (2nd Place) % ECC Tournament at Delaware (2nd Place) 1991 (6-11, 3-1 ECC) Head Coach: MaryBeth Holder Captains: Jill Hershey, Jennifer Root 3/14 at Maryland..........................L ...... 2-12 3/16 Richmond..................... W .............. 7-4 3/21 at James Madison..................L ........ 5-7 3/23 at Hofstra*................... W ............ 17-3 4/2 #5 Lafayette..........................L ........ 6-8 4/4 #1 at Penn State....................L ...... 8-14 4/9 Drexel*........................ W .............. 5-3

1992 (7-9) Head Coach: MaryBeth Holder Captains: Meghan Mulqueen, Jen Root 3/14 Richmond..................... W ............ 9-14 3/17 Maryland..............................L ...... 5-12 3/21 Cornell..................................L ........ 3-9 3/24 #13 James Madison..... W .......... 11-10 3/31 at #13 Lafayette....................L .... 10-15 4/2 #3 Penn State........................L ...... 1-11 4/7 at #15 Drexel............... W .............. 9-6 4/9 at #7 Loyola (Md.).................L ...... 5-14 4/11 #10 William & Mary.............L ...... 9-13 4/14 at UMBC...................... W ............ 11-4 4/16 #15 Towson State......... W ............ 10-9 4/18 at #1 Virginia........................L .... 10-21 4/21 West Chester................ W ............ 15-9 4/23 at #4 Princeton......................L ...... 8-10 4/28 Lehigh.......................... W .............. 9-3 4/30 at #11 Temple.......................L ...... 4-13 1993 (6-11, 2-4 CAA) Head Coach: MaryBeth Holder Captains: Jennifer Hadley, Melissa Michalski 3/11 at #4 Maryland.....................L ...... 4-21 3/22 at #13 James Madison*.........L ........ 5-9 3/27 #11 Old Dominion*...............L .... 11-12 3/30 Lafayette...................... W ............ 11-9 4/1 at #3 Penn State....................L .... 10-18 4/4 at Richmond*............... W .......... 19-12 4/6 #15 Drexel............................L ...... 9-11 4/8 #7 Loyola (Md.)*...................L ...... 7-14 4/10 American*................... W ............ 17-4 4/13 UMBC.......................... W .......... 18-14 4/15 at Towson State............ W .............. 9-8 4/16 #13 James Madison+............L .... 12-16 4/20 at West Chester............ W .......... 18-10 4/22 #4 Princeton..........................L ...... 7-18 4/24 at #10 William & Mary*........L ...... 9-16 4/27 at Lehigh...............................L .... 14-16 5/1 #1 Virginia...........................L .... 10-20 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (4th Place) + CAA Tournament at Richmond

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1994 (11-7, 4-3 CAA) Head Coach: Denise Wescott Captains: Melissa Michalski, Jenn Rinnander 3/12 at #1 Virginia........................L ...... 8-16 3/16 James Madison*........... W .............. 8-6 3/18 Richmond*................... W ............ 10-4 3/24 #2 Maryland.........................L ...... 3-18 3/26 at #7 Old Dominion*.............L .... 10-11 3/29 at Lafayette.................. W ............ 11-9 3/31 George Mason*............ W ............ 21-5 4/5 at Drexel...................... W ............ 17-7 4/7 at #2 Loyola (Md.)*...............L ...... 7-15 4/9 at American*................ W ............ 20-3 4/10 at #8 William & Mary...........L ........ 3-9 4/12 at UMBC...................... W .......... 14-13 4/15 #12 James Madison+............L .... 14-15 4/19 Towson State................ W ............ 15-6 4/21 at #3 Princeton......................L ...... 7-17 4/23 Villanova..................... W ............ 16-6 4/26 Lehigh.......................... W ............ 15-9 5/1 West Chester................ W ............ 15-8 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (4th) + CAA Tournament at Loyola (Md.) 1995 (9-10, 3-4 CAA) Head Coach: Denise Wescott Captains: Sue Dadonna, Brenda Lear, Kristina Scanlon 3/10 at #1 Maryland.....................L ...... 4-15 3/16 at James Madison*................L ...... 9-15 3/18 at Richmond*............... W ............ 16-9 3/19 American*................... W ............ 17-5 3/22 at Towson State............ W ............ 17-7 3/25 Old Dominion*......................L .... 12-13 3/28 Lafayette...................... W .......... 17-13 3/30 at George Mason*........ W ............ 18-5 4/1 at Penn State.........................L ...... 8-11 4/4 Drexel*........................ W ............ 13-4 4/6 #6 Loyola (Md.).....................L ...... 8-15 4/9 #5 William & Mary...............L .... 10-11 4/13 at West Chester............ W ............ 13-4 4/15 #12 Virginia.........................L ........ 5-9 4/19 #2 Princeton..........................L .... 10-21 4/21 #7 Loyola (Md.)+.......... W .......... 13-11 4/22 #3 James Madison+..... W .............. 6-5 4/23 #10 Old Dominion+............L (ot) ...... 7-9

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Delaware picked up its first America East Championship during the 1997 season.

4/25 at Lehigh...............................L .... 13-14 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (4th Place) + CAA Tournament at James Madison (2nd Place) 1996 (8-8, 4-1 NAC) Head Coach: Denise Wescott Captains: Kelly Frey, Patty Bartosiewicz 3/13 #4 James Madison................L ...... 4-15 3/16 Richmond..............................L .0-1 forfeit 3/18 #1 Maryland.........................L ...... 3-19 3/23 at #9 Old Dominion...... W .............. 9-8 3/24 Vermont*..................... W ............ 22-5 3/28 Towson State*............... W .............. 9-4 3/30 #3 Penn State........................L ...... 9-10 4/2 at Lafayette.................. W .............. 7-5 4/4 at #2 Loyola (Md.).................L ...... 4-15 4/6 at Drexel*.................... W ............ 15-5 4/11 West Chester................ W ............ 13-9 4/13 at New Hampshire........ W ............ 16-4 4/17 at #5 Princeton......................L ...... 8-17 4/25 Hofstra*................................L ........ 3-8 4/27 at Cornell..................... W ............ 11-8 5/4 Towson State^.......................L ...... 9-10 * North Atlantic Conference Games (2nd Place) ^ NAC Tournament at Delaware (3rd Place) 1997 (12-6, 5-1 America East) AMERICA EAST CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Denise Wescott Captains: Melissa Hefner, Kirsten McEntee 3/12 at #8 James Madison.............L ...... 6-17 3/15 at Richmond................. W ............ 17-8 3/19 at Towson State*....................L ........ 3-8

3/27 at #1 Maryland.....................L ........ 8-9 3/29 at #6 Penn State....................L ........ 5-7 4/2 Lafayette...................... W ............ 11-7 4/3 #2 Loyola (Md.).....................L ...... 7-14 4/8 Drexel*........................ W ............ 14-3 4/10 at West Chester............ W ............ 13-2 4/12 New Hampshire*.......... W ............ 23-5 4/13 #14 Old Dominion....... W .............. 9-4 4/16 #10 Princeton......................L (ot) .. 12-13 4/18 Boston University*......... W ............ 21-2 4/24 at Hofstra*................... W ............ 16-7 4/25 at Vermont*.................. W ............ 13-3 4/29 Lehigh.......................... W ............ 24-7 5/3 Hofstra^....................... W .............. 8-5 5/4 #14 Towson State^....... W ............ 13-9 * America East Games (2nd Place) ^ America East Tournament at Delaware (1st Place) 1998 (14-4, 6-0 America East) AMERICA EAST CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Denise Wescott Captains: Liza Shoemaker, Carey Sebastian 3/11 #9 James Madison..............L (ot)... 10-11 3/14 at Old Dominion..................L (ot) ..... 7-8 3/18 Rutgers........................ W ........... 10-9 3/21 Richmond..................... W ........... 13-9 3/27 Vanderbilt.................... W .......... 13-10 3/28 Vermont*..................... W ........... 13-7 3/31 at Lafayette.................. W ........... 18-6 4/2 at Drexel*.................... W ........... 18-4 4/4 at Boston University*..... W ........... 15-9 4/5 at New Hampshire*...... W ........... 10-7 4/11 #13 Towson*................ W ........... 18-9 4/15 at #6 Princeton......................L ..... 5-11 4/20 #12 Penn State............. W .......... 12-11 4/23 Hofstra*....................... W .......... 17-12 4/25 at #4 Loyola (Md.).................L ..... 8-10 4/26 West Chester................ W ........... 17-6 5/2 New Hampshire$......... W ........... 12-8 5/3 at Towson$................... W ........... 17-9 * America East Games (1st Place) $ America East Tournament at Towson

The Blue Hens collected its second straight America East Championship during the 1998 campaign.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 4/14 Hofstra*....................... W ............ 11-8 4/24 at #19 Temple.......................L .... 10-11 5/1 at #6 Cornell.........................L ...... 6-14 5/4 #17 Penn State......................L ...... 9-13 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (8th Place) # at Notre Dame (South Bend, Ind.)

During the 2000 season, the Blue Hens earned a trip to the NCAA Tournament after finishing the year 13-5.

1999 (13-5, 6-0 America East) AMERICA EAST CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Denise Wescott Captains: Amy Sullivan, Kelly Griffith 3/17 at #15 Rutgers.......................L ..... 8-10 3/20 at Richmond................. W ........... 16-8 3/24 at Towson*................... W ........... 11-9 3/27 at #7 James Madison.............L ..... 7-16 3/30 at West Chester............ W ........... 13-6 4/1 Drexel*........................ W ........... 19-2 4/3 at #14 Vanderbilt......... W .......... 12-11 4/6 #5 Princeton (RS).................L (ot) .... 8-10 4/11 at Vermont*.................. W ........... 24-6 4/13 at #9 Penn State....................L ..... 6-15 4/16 New Hampshire*.......... W ........... 12-5 4/18 #15 Boston University... W ........... 11-8 4/20 vs. #16 Old Dominion^.W ........... 10-7 4/22 at Hofstra*................... W ........... 16-8 4/24 #8 Loyola (Md.) (RS)..............L ..... 6-15 4/27 Temple (RS).................. W ........... 13-7 5/1 Towson$...................... W ............ 9-4 5/2 #17 Boston University$.W ........... 15-8 * America East Games (1st Place) $ America East Tournament at Hofstra (1st Place) ^ at Salisbury, Md. RS Rullo Stadium 2000 (13-5, 5-1 America East) NCAA TOURNAMENT Head Coach: Denise Wescott Captains: Christy Buck, Kelly Swift 3/11 at #19 Old Dominion.... W ............ 14-9 3/15 Rutgers........................ W ........... 15-9 3/18 Richmond..................... W ........... 11-8 3/19 Vermont*..................... W ........... 21-2 3/22 Towson*....................... W ........... 19-6 3/25 #2 James Madison....... W .......... 14-13 3/31 at Ohio State................ W ......... 20-12 4/2 vs. #16 Penn State^...... W ........... 15-7 4/5 at #2 Princeton......................L ..... 5-17 4/8 #12 Vanderbilt ............ W ........... 10-8 4/14 at New Hampshire*...... W ........... 14-9 4/16 at #10 Boston University*.......L ..... 6-10 4/20 Hofstra*....................... W ......... 14-11 4/22 at #7 Loyola (Md.).................L ....... 8-9 4/25 at Temple..................... W ........... 12-8 4/29 at Drexel*.................... W ........... 15-1

5/3 #19 Hofstra%........................L ..... 9-12 5/11 at #5 Loyola$........................L ..... 4-14 * America East Games (2nd Place) % America East Tournament Semifinals $ NCAA Tournament First Round ^ at Ohio State (Columbus, Ohio) 2001 (7-10, 5-1 America East) Head Coach: Denise Wescott Captains: Katy Hahn, Claire Marrazzo 3/4 at Richmond................. W ........... 12-7 3/10 Old Dominion.......................L ..... 6-11 3/14 at Rutgers..................... W ........... 12-5 3/17 at Towson*................... W ........... 15-6 3/21 at #13 Penn State..................L ....... 5-6 3/24 at #7 James Madison.............L ...... 7-10 3/30 at Vanderbilt.........................L ....... 6-7 3/31 Notre Dame^........................L .... 11-13 4/4 #3 Princeton..........................L ....... 6-9 4/7 Drexel*........................ W ........... 16-7 4/10 #2 Loyola (Md.).....................L ..... 5-14 4/14 #15 Boston University*.. W ............. 9-7 4/16 New Hampshire*.......... W ........... 11-7 4/19 at #16 Hofstra*..................L (ot) .... 9-10 4/28 at Vermont*.................. W ........... 19-3 5/2 Temple..................................L ....... 6-8 5/4 #17 Boston University$..........L ..... 6-11 * America East Games (2nd Place) $ America East Tournament at Hofstra ^ at Vanderbilt (Nashville, Tenn.) 2002 (4-12, 3-5 CAA) Head Coach: Denise Wescott Captains: Ashley Moderacki, Laurie Tortorelli 3/5 at Drexel*.................... W ............ 18-2 3/9 at #16 Old Dominion*...........L .... 10-14 3/13 Rutgers........................ W .......... 11-10 3/20 Towson*................................L .... 11-12 3/23 #13 James Madison*.............L ...... 5-14 3/25 vs. #20 Ohio State#...............L .... 11-12 3/26 at #14 Notre Dame...............L ........ 7-9 3/30 at #17 William & Mary*........L ........ 6-8 4/3 at #2 Princeton......................L ...... 6-17 4/5 Pennsylvania.........................L ........ 7-8 4/9 at #6 Loyola (Md.)*...............L ...... 6-13 4/11 #19 George Mason*..... W .............. 8-7

2003 (7-9, 4-3 CAA) Head Coach: Denise Wescott Captains: Kateri Linville, Nikki Kucharski, Morgan Clute 3/5 at Pennsylvania.....................L ..... 3-12 3/8 Temple......................... W ............ 10-9 3/11 at Rutgers..............................L ...... 6-12 3/14 Loyola (Md.)..........................L ...... 8-12 3/16 Towson*....................... W ............ 12-8 3/19 Cornell..................................L ...... 4-19 3/25 Drexel*........................ W ............ 14-8 3/29 at Hofstra*................... W ............ 10-8 4/1 Princeton...............................L ...... 9-17 4/3 at Regis........................ W ............ 15-3 4/5 at Denver..................... W .......... 14-12 4/11 at William & Mary*...... W .......... 17-13 4/13 at #18 Old Dominion*...........L .... 11-12 4/18 James Madison*....................L ...... 3-15 4/20 George Mason*.....................L ...... 4-18 5/3 at #12 Penn State..................L .... 10-13 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (4th Place) 2004 (6-10, 2-5 CAA) Head Coach: Denise Wescott Captains: Lindsey Greer, Kelly O’Connor 2/28 at Mount St. Mary’s...... W ............ 11-7 3/3 Pennsylvania.........................L .... 12-15 3/6 Rutgers.................................L ...... 8-12 3/12 at #4 Loyola (Md.).................L ...... 8-11 3/21 Denver......................... W ............ 15-7 3/24 #13 Northwestern.................L (3ot) ... 8-9 3/28 at Towson*............................L ........ 6-9 3/30 at #1 Princeton......................L ...... 8-15 4/2 Drexel*........................ W .......... 12-11 4/4 at Hofstra*............................L ...... 8-17 4/9 #8 James Madison*...............L ...... 7-13 4/11 #20 George Mason*..............L ...... 9-10 4/16 at Old Dominion*......... W .......... 18-10 4/18 at #16 William & Mary*........L .... 10-18 4/21 at Temple..................... W .......... 11-10 5/8 #17 Penn State......... ....W (ot) ....... 11-10 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (6th Place) 2005 (8-8, 4-3 CAA) Head Coach: Kim Ciarrocca Captains: Erin Edell, Lindsey Greer, Diana Hall 3/5 at Rutgers..................... W ............ 12-9 3/10 #11 Loyola (Md.)...................L ...... 8-10 3/16 Villanova..................... W ............ 21-4 3/18 Mount St. Mary’s.......... W ............ 14-7 3/22 at #14 Pennsylvania..............L .... 11-12 3/25 #16 Towson*................ W ............ 13-8

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 4/1 at Drexel*.............................L ...... 8-11 4/3 #10 Hofstra*.........................L ...... 9-11 4/8 at #19 James Madison*.W .......... 12-10 4/10 at George Mason*.................L ...... 8-11 4/15 Old Dominion*............. W ............ 15-3 4/17 #15 William & Mary*... W ............ 13-8 4/20 Temple......................... W ............ 14-7 4/26 #4 Princeton..........................L ...... 3-16 4/30 at #12 Hofstra^.....................L ........ 4-9 5/7 at #10 Penn State..................L ...... 6-15 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (4th Place) ^ CAA Tournament Semifinals 2006 (5-12, 1-6 CAA) Head Coach: Kim Ciarrocca Captains: Jenny Diana, Diana Hall, Laura Libertini 2/25 at #14 Loyola (Md.)...............L .... 10-16 2/28 Denver..................... ....W (ot) ....... 12-11 3/4 Rutgers.................................L ........ 8-9 3/7 UMBC...................................L ...... 9-12 3/15 #17 Pennsylvania......... W ............ 10-9 3/19 Brown...................... ....W (ot) ........... 9-8 3/24 at Towson*............................L .... 13-16 3/27 at Virginia Tech.....................L ...... 8-23 3/31 at #14 William & Mary*........L ........ 8-9 4/2 at Old Dominion*..................L ...... 8-10 4/7 at Hofstra*....................... ....L (ot).13-16 4/9 Drexel*.................................L ...... 9-10 4/12 #18 Penn State............. W .......... 15-14 4/14 George Mason*............ W ............ 10-9 4/16 #17 James Madison*.............L ...... 5-16 4/19 #8 Johns Hopkins..................L ...... 6-17 4/25 at #14 Princeton....................L ...... 9-14 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (8th Place) 2007 (11-6, 5-2 CAA) Head Coach: Kim Ciarrocca Captains: Katie Muth, Stephanie McQuade 2/24 at #14 Penn State..................L .... 10-15 3/3 at Rutgers..............................L .... 12-15 3/9 at UMBC...................... W ............ 16-5 3/14 at #16 Pennsylvania..............L ...... 6-13 3/21 Saint Bonaventure......... W ............ 15-8 3/23 Davidson..................... W ............ 11-3 3/27 Virginia Tech................ W ............ 16-7 4/1 Towson*....................... W .......... 16-15

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The 2007 Blue Hens finished the year 11-6 overall while going 5-2 in CAA action.

4/6 at George Mason*........ W .......... 15-11 4/8 at #6 James Madison*...........L .... 16-19 4/13 William & Mary*.......... W ............ 12-6 4/15 Old Dominion*.............W (2ot) .......... 7-6 4/20 Hofstra*....................... W .............. 9-6 4/22 at Drexel*.............................L ...... 9-15 4/24 Loyola (Md.)................. W ............ 18-7 4/27 Villanova..................... W ............ 15-4 5/4 vs. #17 James Madison^........L .... 13-15 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (3rd Place) ^ CAA Tournament Semifinals at Hofstra 2008 (11-6, 4-3 CAA) Head Coach: Kim Ciarrocca Captains: Deb Sloan, Katie Muth, Stephanie McQuade 2/28 Rutgers........................ W .............. 7-6 3/5 at Loyola (Md.)......................L .... 11-18 3/8 Saint Bonaventure......... W ............ 16-9 3/10 UMBC.......................... W ............ 16-8 3/13 at #12 Notre Dame...............L ...... 8-16 3/18 at Temple..................... W .............. 9-8 3/23 at Virginia Tech............ W .............. 8-7 3/28 Penn State.................... W ............ 13-4 3/30 at Towson*............................L .... 10-15 4/4 Drexel*........................ W .......... 16-11 4/6 at Hofstra*................... W ............ 11-7 4/11 James Madison*........... W .......... 13-12 4/13 #12 George Mason*..............L .... 10-15 4/18 at Old Dominion*......... W ............ 14-6

Delaware finished second in the CAA with a 5-2 record while going 10-8 overall during the 2009 season.

4/20 at William & Mary*...............L .... 13-17 4/25 at Villanova.................. W .......... 20-10 5/2 at William & Mary^..............L .... 14-15 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (4th Place) ^ CAA Tournament Semifinals at Wm. & Mary 2009 (10-8, 5-2 CAA) Head Coach: Kim Ciarrocca Captains: Deb Sloan, Morgan Marino, Amanda Lahiff 2/25 Saint Joseph’s........................L ...... 8-10 3/7 at Rutgers........................ ......L (2ot) ... 6-7 3/9 at UMBC...............................L ........ 8-9 3/13 Albany........................ W ............ 10-8 3/18 Temple......................... W ............ 14-7 3/21 St. Bonaventure............ W ............ 12-8 3/23 #20 Loyola (Md.)...................L ...... 5-11 3/26 vs. Oregon................... W .............. 6-5 3/30 at #11 Vanderbilt..................L .... 10-20 4/3 Old Dominion*............. W .............. 9-8 4/5 William & Mary*.......... W .......... 15-11 4/10 at Drexel*.................... W .............. 7-3 4/12 #19 Hofstra*.........................L ........ 6-8 4/17 at James Madison*....... W ............ 10-6 4/19 at George Mason*........ W ............ 14-8 4/23 Towson*................................L ...... 6-10 4/30 vs. #18 Old Dominion^.W .............. 8-6 5/2 vs. Towson^..........................L ........ 7-8 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (2nd Place) ^ CAA Tournament Semifinals at Wm. & Mary 2010 (6-10, 3-4 CAA) Head Coach: Kim Ciarrocca Emily Schaknowski, Morgan Marino, Courtney Aburn 2/27 Lehigh...................................L .... 11-12 3/3 at Saint Joseph’s........... W ............ 12-6 3/6 Rutgers.................................L .... 11-12 3/9 at #17 Loyola (Md.)...............L ...... 9-15 3/13 #14 Penn State......................L ...... 8-12 3/17 at Temple..................... W ............ 10-8 3/21 UMBC........................... ........L ........ 7-9 3/25 Oregon........................ W .......... 12-11 3/28 #12 Vanderbilt......................L ...... 7-15

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 4/7 at George Mason*........ W ............ 18-8 4/12 Old Dominion*............. W .............. 8-7 4/14 William & Mary*.......... W ............ 15-2 4/19 at Drexel*.............................L ...... 6-11 4/21 Hofstra......................... W .............. 7-5 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (T-5th Place)

Delaware went 8-9 and 3-4 in the CAA in 2011 under first year head coach Kateri Linville.

4/3 at #7 Towson*.......................L ...... 8-17 4/9 George Mason*............ W ............ 13-6 4/11 #12 James Madison*.............L ...... 9-18 4/16 at #20 William & Mary*........L .... 12-18 4/18 at *Old Dominion*........W (2ot) ...... 12-11 4/23 at #16 Hofstra*.....................L ...... 6-15 4/25 Drexel*........................ W .......... 12-11 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (5th Place) 2011 (8-9, 3-4 CAA) Head Coach: Kateri Linville Captains: Corrine Drost, Kalyn McDonough 2/27 #1 Maryland.........................L ...... 8-17 2/19 at La Salle.................... W ............ 12-4 2/26 at Lehigh......................W (ot) ......... 10-9 3/5 at Rutgers..............................L ...... 5-13 3/9 at UMBC....................... ........L ........ 5-8 3/12 at Penn State.........................L ...... 3-11 3/16 #6 Loyola (Md.).....................L..... 13-14 3/19 Temple......................... W ............ 14-9 3/23 Saint Joseph’s............... W ............ 13-3 3/29 St. Mary’s (Calif.).......... W ............ 17-5 4/2 Towson*.......................... ......L (2ot) ... 8-9 4/8 Hofstra*....................... W .............. 7-6 4/10 at *Drexel.............................L ...... 8-11 4/15 at George Mason*........W (2ot) ...... 12-11 4/17 at #9 James Madison*...........L ........ 5-9 4/22 William & Mary*...................L(3ot) .10-11 4/24 Old Dominion*............. W .............. 9-6 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (T-4th Place) 2012 (5-12, 3-4 CAA) Head Coach: Kateri Linville Captain: Grace Willis 2/16 at #2 Maryland.....................L ...... 4-21 2/22 Villanova..................... W ............ 11-7 2/25 Lehigh.......................... W ............ 11-7 2/29 at #18 Georgetown...............L ...... 7-16 3/3 La Salle.................................L ........ 8-9 3/7 UMBC...................................L ...... 6-15 3/10 #12 Penn State......................L ...... 6-12 3/14 at #13 Loyola (Md.)...............L ...... 5-14 3/17 at Temple..............................L ...... 9-11

3/28 at Denver..............................L ...... 9-13 4/1 at #rv Towson*......................L ...... 8-10 4/6 at Old Dominion*......... W .............. 9-5 4/8 at William & Mary*...... W .......... 12-11 4/13 Drexel*.................................L ........ 4-9 4/15 at Hofstra*............................L ...... 9-13 4/20 #rv James Madison*..............L .... 11-12 4/22 George Mason*............ W ............ 13-8 * Colonial Athletic Association Games (T-5th Place) 2013 (10-6, 4-3 CAA) Head Coach: Kateri Linville Captain: Angela Biciocchi 2/16 #15 Georgetown...................L .... 12-16 2/22 at Monmouth................ W ............ 14-6 2/24 Denver......................... W .............. 7-6 3/1 at La Salle.............................L .... 12-13 3/5 at Lehigh...................... W ............ 17-7 3/9 Rutgers.................................L ........ 4-7 3/13 #11 Loyola................... W ............ 10-9 3/16 at Lafayette.................. W ............ 19-7 3/27 Temple......................... W .......... 15-11 3/31 Towson*................................L ...... 9-14 4/5 at #19 James Madison*.........L ........ 4-8

The 2013 Blue Hens completed its most successful campaign in since 2009 after finishing the season with a 10-6 overall record while narrowly missing the CAA tournament with a 4-3 mark.

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ALL-TIME OPPONENTS Opponent W L T Albany 1 0 American 3 0 Boston University 6 2 Bridgewater 1 0 Brown 1 0 Bucknell 11 0 Colgate 1 0 College of New Jersey (TCNJ) 4 0 Cornell 1 3 Cortland State 1 0 Davidson 1 0 Denison 2 0 Denver 4 1 Drexel 22 7 - East Stroudsburg 4 2 George Mason 10 4 George Washington First Meeting Georgetown 0 2 - Hofstra 17 10 - Ithaca 1 0 -

James Madison Johns Hopkins Lafayette La Salle Lehigh Lock Haven Loyola (Md.) Maryland Massachusetts Monmouth Mount Saint Mary’s New Hampshire Northwestern Notre Dame Ohio State Old Dominion Oregon Penn State Pennsylvania Princeton Regis

15 20 - 1 1 14 9 - 1 2 - 25 7 1 1 9 27 3 16 1 1 0 1 0 - 2 0 7 0 0 1 0 3 1 1 14 9 2 0 6 25 3 5 - 4 18 1 0 -

Richmond 14 3 Rowan (Glassboro) 6 0 Rutgers 14 10 - St. Bonaventure 3 0 St. Mary’s (Calif.) 1 0 Saint Joseph’s 2 1 Stony Brook First Meeting Temple 12 18 - Towson 29 17 - UMBC 6 5 Ursinus 4 4 Vanderbilt 3 3 Vermont 6 0 Villanova 5 0 - Virginia 2 11 Virginia Tech 2 1 - West Chester 16 6 William & Mary 8 11 - Yale 0 1 - All-Time Record (36 years) 331 255 1 2014 Opponent

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS AAA Aburn, Courtney...................... 2007, 2008, 2009 Adams, Virginia........................................... 1978 Alderman, Cathy ............................... 1990, 1991 Allen, Stephanie....................... 2009, 2010, 2011 Alois, Alex............................... 2011, 2012, 2013 Alrich, Amanda........................................... 2007 Ambrogi, Joanne........... 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 Austin, Nora...................................... 2008, 2009 BBB Bailey, Kendall............................................. 2011 Baugher, Lauren........................................... 1993 Beach, Michelle.................................. 1988, 1989 Bell, Jodi..................................................... 1989 Bhaya, Dipavali................................. 1985, 1986 Biciocchi, Angela........... 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Black, Heather............................................. 1994 Blanc, Lisa..................... 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 Boyle, Elizabeth........................................... 1997 Bradley, Andrea............. 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Bradway, Jen................. 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Branson, Christina (Manager)...................... 1987 Brokenborough, Jannie................................. 1979 Brooking, Anne........................ 1981, 1982, 1983 Buck, Christy.................. 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Buczek, Karyn.......................... 1994, 1995, 1996 Budka, Debra................ 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 Burman, Holly................ 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Burns, Bridget.......................... 2011, 2012, 2013 Burns, Shannon........................ 2011, 2012, 2013 Burtch, Lauren.................................... 2003, 2004 Bush, Natalie................. 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989

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CCC Cahn, Jennifer......................... 1994, 1995, 1996 Cajnar, Martina........................................... 1978 Campolettano, Michelle............ 2002, 2003, 2004 Canavan, Joanne............................... 1986, 1987 Cannon, Lauren................................. 2006, 2007 Carrigan, Lauren............ 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Cavaretta, Kristin............................... 2003, 2004 Cellucci, Kristin.............. 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Cerone, Cara............................................... 2006 Cerveny, Jessica............. 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Chastant, Lynette.......................................... 1997 Cicala, Kathleen................................. 1987, 1989 Clute, Morgan............... 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Coon, Lindsay.......................... 2008, 2009, 2011 Corwin, Marjorie..................... 1978, 1979, 1980 Coyne, Jennifer........................ 1985, 1986, 1987 Craft, Joanna............................................... 1995 Critzer, Karen.............................................. 1994 Crossley, Kim............................................... 1980 Curcio, Alexis................ 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 DDD Daddona, Susan............ 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Daly, Quinn....................................... 2010, 2011 Dattellas, Kara............................................. 2013 Davis, Brittany.............................................. 2008 Deeck, Karen............................................... 1985 Dempsey, Jennifer.................... 1996, 1997, 1998 Detar, Linda................... 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 Detar, Lisa..................... 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 Devine, Rita................................................. 1983 Diana, Jenny..................................... 2004, 2006 Dlugos, Kelsey............................................. 2012 Dobson, Joanne............. 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992

Dooley, Rachel......................... 2011, 2012, 2013 Drost, Corinne............... 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Dudzinski, Cynthia....................................... 2001 Duffey, Lizzie............................................... 2013 Duffy, Christine............................................ 1988 Dunnigan, Jeanette................... 2002, 2003, 2004 EEE Edell, Erin...................... 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Edwards, Sarah............. 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Emas, Karen.................. 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 Emrich, Leigh Anne...................................... 1999 Estill, Danielle.............................................. 2010 FFF Fantini, Lauren (Manager)................... 2000, 2001 Farrand, Lynn................ 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 Fay, Chelsea............................ 2011, 2012, 2013 Fashour, Abigail........................................... 2010 Fischer, Jordan............................................. 2007 Fish, Elizabeth Ann...................................... 1985 Flego, Nicole........................... 2007, 2008, 2011 Flounders, Courtney..................................... 2007 Fortunato, Megan.......... 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Frey, Kelly................................ 1994, 1995, 1996 Frieman, Jane.................................... 1993, 1994 GGG Gadzicki, Lauren...................... 1999, 2000, 2001 Gaeta, Ange...................................... 2008, 2009 Gaines, Danielle................................ 1997, 1998 Gill, Amanda..................................... 2009, 2010 Greer, Lindsay............... 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Griel, Brittany.......................... 2010, 2011, 2012 Griffith, Dana (Manager).............................. 1999

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Griffith, Kelly................. 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Guerra, Denise........................ 1997, 1998, 1999 HHH Hadley, Jennifer....................... 1991, 1992, 1993 Hager, Megan............... 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Hahn, Allison..................................... 2012, 2013 Hahn, Katy.................... 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Hall, Diana.................... 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006 Haney, Laura........................... 1996, 1997, 1998 Harrison, Pamela......................................... 1980 Hartman, Abigail..................... 2011, 2012, 2013 Hawley, Shannon......................................... 2013 Hefner, Melissa.............. 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Heidelbaugh, Devyn..................................... 2013 Herlihy, Suzy............................................... 2006 Hershey, Jill............................. 1989, 1990, 1991 Hewlett, Kay Ellen.................... 1978, 1979, 1980 Hill, Robyn..................... 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Hills, Sara..................... 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Hogan, Kathleen................................ 1991, 1992 Hogan, Katie............................................... 2005 Hughes, Patrice........................ 2003, 2004, 2005 Hunt, Karen....................................... 1996, 1998 Huyett, Allison.............................................. 2006 III Iannotta, Lynn.............................................. 1988 Iliff, Courtney............................................... 1988 Inden, Lecia................... 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 Indelicarto, Stacie.................... 1982, 1983, 1984 Israel, Johanna........................ 2000, 2001, 2002 JJJ Jackson, Kimberly.......... 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 Jarvis, Jennifer................................... 2006, 2007 Jeffers, Julianna............. 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Jester, Kim......................................... 1979, 1980 Jones, Amanda............................................ 2007 KKK Kaminski, Kelsey................................ 2011, 2012 Kaminski, Leigh............................................ 2012 Kane, Becca................................................ 2006 Kane, Melissa.................................... 1996, 1997 Karwoski, Alison.......................................... 2013 Kenney, Kelly........................... 1997, 1999, 2000 Kennedy, Melissa..................... 1994, 1996, 1997 King, Blair............................... 2010, 2011, 2012 Kirby, Katy................................................... 2005 Kirschner, Susan................................. 1979, 1980 Kridel, Wendy.............................................. 1988 Kron, Shannon............... 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Kucharski, Nicole..................... 2001, 2002, 2003 Kuehn, Julie................... 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 Kuntz, Liz (Manager).................................... 1998 LLL Lahiff, Amanda.............. 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Lear, Brenda.................. 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 LeBrocq, Jackie............................................ 1995 Leidy, Toni............................... 1997, 1998, 1999 Leonard, Morgan............................... 2010, 2011 Libertini, Ali................... 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Libertini, Laura............... 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Linville, Kateri.......................... 2001, 2002, 2003 Lucas, Mary (Manager)................................ 1994 Lynch, Allison........................... 2003, 2004, 2005

MMM Mackrides, Helen......................................... 1988 Maliken, Jennifer................................ 1985, 1986 Manley, Elizabeth........... 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 Marino, Morgan...................... 2008, 2009, 2010 Marrazzo, Claire........... 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Martinez, Ana................................... 1997, 1998 Masterson, Cheryl.................... 1988, 1989, 1990 Mazzarella, Dana........................................ 2010 McAvoy, Jennifer.......................................... 1988 McBeth, Lisa...................................... 1978, 1979 McCartney, Caitlin............................. 2012, 2013 McCool, Katie.............................................. 2006 McCrudden, Casey......... 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 McDermott, Cathleen.................................... 1995 McDonough, Kalyn............................ 2010, 2011 McEntee, Kirsten............ 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 McPartland, Stacey............................ 2006, 2007 McQuade, Stephanie............... 2004, 2005, 2006 Meharg, Margaret......... 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 Metz, Katrina..................................... 2000, 2001 Michalski, Melissa.................... 1992, 1993, 1994 Milewski, Karen........................................... 1997 Miller, Laura................................................ 2005 Mocbeichel, Deb (Manager).......................... 1996 Moderacki, Ashley......... 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Molina, Rachel............................................. 2010 Mosteller, Kristen...................... 1992, 1993, 1994 Mulligan, Brooke............ 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Mulqueen, Meghan........ 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 Muth, Katie.................... 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 NNN Neiger, Judith Ann............................. 1986, 1987 Nickerson, Sue............................................. 1999 Noble, Patti....................................... 1986, 1987 OOO O’Connell, Kate............. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 O’Connor, Kelly................................. 2003, 2005 Ozer, Nancy...................................... 1979, 1980 PPP PParsons, Lindsay......................................... 2000 Partlow, Katherine........................................ 1992 Pasquariello, Ann........... 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Patton, Becky............................................... 1994 Paulin, Jenny............................................... 1998 Perry, Karen................................................ 1978 Perry, Laura............................. 1994, 1995, 1996 Pforr, Libby........................................ 2001, 2003 Piotti, Brittany.............................................. 2007 Poggi, Kara................................................. 2006 Polizzi, Lisa (Manager)................................. 1991 Pollard, Emily............................................... 2013 Pomian, Elaine............... 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 RRR Rafferty, McKenzie....................................... 2013 Rausa, Becky................. 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Rinnander, Jennifer......... 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Rochon, Renee............................................. 1997 Root, Jennifer................. 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 SSS Sadarananda, Stephanie.......... 1988, 1989, 1990 Satyshur, Nikki................................... 1997, 1998 Saylor, Leslie...................................... 1990, 1991

Scally, Monique........................................... 1987 Scanlon, Kristina............ 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995 Scanlon, Rose Ann....................................... 1985 Schaaf, Emmy.............................................. 2005 Schaknowski, Emily........ 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Schmidt, Linda............... 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 Scholtz, Candace......................................... 1993 Sebastian, Carey............ 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 Sheehan, Aileen........................................... 1995 Shoemaker, Liza............. 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 Shuck, Corinne.............. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Sloan, Deb.................... 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Smith, Kierstan................................... 2012, 2013 Smith, Mollie...................................... 2012, 2013 Smith, Sarah.................. 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Smith, Victoria (Manager)............................. 1982 Soviero, Lyndyn........................................... 2006 Speiss, Alex....................................... 1990, 1991 Spratt, Carol............................ 1978, 1979, 1980 Sullivan, Amy................ 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Swift, Denise...................................... 1983, 1984 Swift, Kelly..................... 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 TTT Thorndike, Elissa.......................................... 1988 Tobin-Fraser, Marci............................ 1993, 1994 Tortorelli, Laurie............. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Tropp, Catherine............ 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Tropp, Lauren............................................... 1991 Twamley, Kelly............................................. 2007 VVV VanDaniker, Lauren...................................... 2013 Vecchiano, Marisa......... 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 Vitetta, Robin............................................... 1986 Vogt, Casandra.................................. 1988, 1989 WWW Walton, Liz.............................. 1999, 2000, 2001 Warfield, Elizabeth....................................... 1995 Watt, Jennifer.............................................. 1978 Weber, Patricia............................................ 1978 Wein, Erin................................................... 2013 Wesley, Karlyn................................... 1987, 1988 West, Linda................... 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 Wheble, Abby............................................. 2013 White, Andrea................................... 1978, 1979 Whitehead, Melissa............................ 2005, 2006 Wild, Susan................................................. 1978 Wilkinson, Anne............ 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 Wilkinson, Maureen........................... 1984, 1985 Wilkinson, Patricia......... 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 Wills, Grace............................ 2010, 2011, 2012 Wolffe, Barbara............. 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 Wood, Jennifer............................................ 1989 Woolley, Melissa...................... 1985, 1986, 1987 Worthington, Makenzie.. 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 YYY Yakulis, Lexie..................................... 2008, 2009 ZZZ Zane, Becky............................. 2002, 2003, 2004 Zaugra, Alex..................................... 2012, 2013 Zimmerman, Erin........... 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Zorovich, Tori........................... 2011, 2012, 2013

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TEAM RECORDS Most Wins, Season:.....................................................18 (18-2), 1983 Best Winning Percentage, Season: ..................... .933 (14-1), 1982 Most Consecutive Wins: ..................................................19, 1982-83 Most Consecutive Wins (Single Season): .......................... 12, 1983 Most Consecutive Winst (To Start Season): ...................... 12, 1983 Most Consecutive Conference Wins:..........................26, 1997-2000 .............................................................................................13, 1983-85 Most Consecutive Home Wins:......................22, 5/7/80 to 5/11/83 ..........................................................................15, 4/14/06 to 4/11/08 Most Consecutive Winning Seasons: ..............................9, 1979-87 Most Losses, Season: ........................................ 12, 2002, 2006, 2012 Worst Winning Percentage, Season: .................. .250 (4-12), 2002 .................................................................................. .294 (5-12), 2006 .................................................................................. .294 (5-12), 2012 Most Consecutive Losses: ....................................................... 8, 2002 .................................................................................................... 6, 2006 Most Consecutive Losses (To Start Season): ... 3, 1993, 1996, 2009 Most Consecutive Conference Losses:........................ 5, 2002, 2006 Most Improved Record:.............................. 5-12 (2006) to 11-6 (2007) ....................................................................... 5-12 (2012) to 10-6 (2013) Most Games Played (Season):........................................20, 1983-84 Most Goals, Game:..................................36 vs. Towson State, 4/24/86 ......................................................................28 vs. Towson State, 5/7/83 Least Goals, Game:........................................ 1 vs. Penn State, 4/2/92 Most Goals, Season:........................................294 in 1983 (20 games) Highest Scoring Average, Season:...........15.0 (225 g/15 gm.), 1982 Consecutive Games Scoring 10+ Goals:............................ 10, 1984 Most Goals Allowed, Game:....................... 25 by Penn State, 4/5/79 .............................................................................25 by Temple, 4/27/78 Fewest Goals Allowed, Game:.........0, vs. East Stroudsburg, 4/13/82 Most Goals Allowed, Season:............................................ 228, 1993 Fewest Goals Allowed, Season:.......................................... 73, 1982 Lowest Scoring Defensive Average: ............................... 4.87, 1982 Consecutive Games Allowing 10+ Goals:........................... 9, 2004 Consecutive Games Allowing <10 Goals:....................23, 1981-82 Most Goals Scored, Both Teams: ..... 43, vs. Temple, 4/27/78 (18-25) Least Goals Scored, Both Teams:.............7, vs. Towson, 5/6/90 (3-4) Largest Margin of Victory:...................34 (36-2) vs. Towson, 4/24/86 Largest Margin of Defeat:................. 23 (25-2) vs. Penn State, 4/5/79

In 1982, Delaware posted the best winning percentage (.933) in school history after going 14-1.

Most Assists, Game:.......................................18, vs. Hofstra, 4/22/90 Most Assists, Season:.......................................................... 145, 1983 Most Points, Game: .......................................49, vs. Towson, 4/24/86 .............................................................................40, vs. Towson, 5/7/83 ...........................................................................40, vs. Towson, 4/22/90 Most Points, Season: .......................................................... 439, 1983 ................................................................................................ 413, 1984 Most Shots On Goal, Game (Since ‘03): ................................................................33 vs. St. Bonaventure, 3/21/09 ..........................................................................33 at Villanova, 4/25/08 Most Shots On Goal, Season: ........................................... 738, 1984 Most Shots On Goal, Allowed, Game (Since ‘03): .................................................................................35, Loyola, 2/25/06 Most Shows On Goal, Allowed, Season:........................ 587, 1985 Most Groundballs, Game (Since ‘01): ...............53 at Regis, 4/3/03 Most Groundballs Allowed, Game (Since ‘01): ................................................................................47, Towson, 3/20/02 Most Groundballs, Season: ............................................ 1,600, 1983 ............................................................................................. 1,365, 1984 Most Groundballs Per Game, Season: ... 80.0, 1983 (NCAA Record) ............................................................................................. 68.25, 1984 Most Groundballs Allowed, Season: ............................ 1,190, 1984 Most Caused Turnovers, Game (Since ‘03): ................................................................28 vs. St. Bonaventure, 3/21/07 .........................................................................28 vs. Villanova, 3/16/05 Most Caused Turnovers, Season:...................................... 361, 1983 Most Caused Turnovers Per Game, Season:................ 18.05, 1983 Most Draw Controls, Game (Since ‘03): ..................................................................20 vs. St. Bonaventure, 3/8/08 ................................................................... 20 at George Mason, 4/7/13 Most Draw Controls, Season (Since ‘01):........................ 218, 2008 Most Saves, Game: ...................................36 vs. West Chester, 5/5/78 Most Saves, Season: .......................................................... 264, 1983 Most Saves Per Game, Season: .................................... 13.69, 2002 ............................................................................................. 13.20, 1983

The 1983 Blue Hens secured a school-record 18 wins, a mark that still stands today.

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST GAMES PLAYED Season: ...................................................... 20, Karen Emas, 1983, 1984 .................................................................................. 20, Lisa Blanc, 1983 ..................................................................20, Missy Meharg, 1983, 1984 ............................................................... 20, Anne Wilkinson, 1983, 1984 .....................................................................20, Denise Swift, 1983, 1984 ........................................................................ 20, Lisa Detar, 1983, 1984 ............................................................................ 20, Linda Schmidt, 1983 ................................................................... 20, Lynn Farrand, 1993, 1984 ............................................................. 20, Stacie Indelicarto, 1982, 1984 .....................................................................20, Kim Jackson, 1983, 1984 .................................................................... 20, Maureen Wilkinson, 1983 ...........................................................................20, Anne Brooking, 1983 ............................................................................ 20, Wooly Devine, 1983 ........................................................................ 20, Joanne Ambrogi, 1984 ...............................................................................20, Beth Manley, 1984 Career:....................................................... 74, Anne Wilkinson, 1983-86 .......................................................................72, Missy Meharg, 1982-85 ..........................................................................72, Christy Buck, 1997-00 ..................................................................... 72, Sarah Edwards, 1997-00 .................................................................... 71, Liza Shoemaker, 1995-98 ...................................................................... 71, Melissa Hefner, 1994-97 ............................................................................70, Katie Muth, 2004-08 ........................................................................ 70, Amy Sullivan, 1996-99 ................................................................... 70, Carey Sebastian, 1995-98 .................................................................... 70, Kirsten McEntee, 1994-97 .......................................................................70, Missi Kennedy, 1994-97 ..........................................................................70, Beth Manley, 1984-87 ..........................................................................70, Karen Emas, 1981-84 ...........................................................................70, Linda Detar, 1981-84 ........................................................................ 70, Lynn Farrand, 1981-84 ......................................................................... 70, Kim Jackson, 1981-84 GOALS Game: ........................................11 by Ann Pasquariello vs. Hofstra, 1979 ....................................... 10, Anne Wilkinson vs. James Madison, 3/27/86 .......................................................10, Ginny Adams vs. Temple, 4/27/78 ................................ 10, Karen Emas vs. Towson St., 5/7/83 (ECC Playoffs) .................................................. 9, Karen Emas vs. Towson State, 4/14/83 ..........................................................8, Karen Emas vs. Bucknell, 4/21/81 ...........................................................8, Karen Emas vs. Ursinus, 3/24/83 .............................................................8, Karen Emas vs. Rutgers, 4/5/83 ........................................................ 8, Karen Emas vs. Lafayette, 4/26/83 ..........................................................8, Karen Emas vs. Virginia, 4/29/83 ...........................................................8, Karen Emas vs. Towson, 4/12/84 ...........................................................8, Karen Emas vs Bucknell, 4/17/84 ....................................................... 8, Missy Meharg vs. Rutgers, 3/26/85 .............................................8, Anne Wilkinson vs. Towson State, 4/24/86 .........................................8, Meghan Mulqueen vs. West Chester, 4/24/90 Game (Freshman): ........................8, Karen Emas vs. Bucknell, 4/21/81 Season: ........................................ 98, Karen Emas, 1984 (NCAA Record) Per Game, Season:.......................................... 4.90, Karen Emas, 1984 Season (Freshman): ........................................... 54, Karen Emas, 1981 Career: ..................................310, Karen Emas, 1981-84 (NCAA Record) Per Game, Career: .....................................4.65, Karen Emas, 1981-84 Consec. Games Scoring A Goal: .... 60, Karen Emas 5/1/81-5/20/84 Fastest Goal To Start A Game: .. :14, Julianna Jeffers at JMU 4/17/11 ...............................................................:19, Karen Emas vs. JMU 4/7/83

Karen Emas holds two NCAA goal-scoring records as she collected 98 goals during the 1984 season and tallied 310 total goals during her four-year career from 1981-84.

ASSISTS Game: ..............................................8, Karen Emas vs. Bucknell, 4/17/84 .......................................................... 7, Denise Swift vs. Ursinus, 4/21/84 .............................................................6, Karen Emas vs. Ithaca, 5/14/81 ............................................... 5, Elaine Pomian vs. Trenton State, 4/12/80 .........................................................5, Elaine Pomian vs. Lehigh, 5/15/82 ...........................................................5, Karen Emas vs. Towson, 4/14/83 ................................................. 5, Lisa Blanc vs. Glassboro State, 4/23/83 ..........................................................5, Missy Meharg vs. Towson, 5/7/83 .................................................... 5, Denise Swift vs. West Chester, 5/1/84 ............................................................. 5, Denise Swift vs. Bucknell, 5/584 ................................................................ 5, Denise Swift vs. Penn, 5/9/84 .......................................................... 5, Jenn Coyne vs. Bucknell, 4/15/86 ........................................................... 5, Jenn Coyne vs. Towson, 4/24/86 ..........................................................5, Jenn Rinnander vs. JMU, 4/15/94 ............................................................5, Brenda Lear vs. UMBC, 4/14/92 ....................................................... 5, Nikki Kucharski vs. W&M, 4/11/03 Game (Freshman):............................6, Karen Emas vs. Ithaca, 5/14/81 Season:.................................................................43, Denise Swift, 1984 Per Game, Season: ........................................ 2.15, Denise Swift, 1984 Season (Freshman): ........................................... 23, Karen Emas, 1981 Career: ..........................................................110, Karen Emas, 1981-84 Per Game, Career:......................................1.57, Karen Emas, 1981-84 POINTS Game:.............................................16, Karen Emas vs. Bucknell, 4/17/84 .........................................................14, Karen Emas vs. Towson, 4/14/83 ....................................... 13, Anne Wilkinson vs. James Madison, 3/27/86 ...........................................................12, Karen Emas vs. Ithaca, 5/14/81 ...........................................................11, Karen Emas vs. Rutgers, 4/5/83 ......................................................11, Karen Emas Vs. Lafayette, 4/26/83 ..................................................... 11, Karen Emas Vs. Towson #2, 5/7/83 .....................................................11, Missy Meharg Vs. Rutgers, 3/26/85 Season: ...................................... 130, Karen Emas, 1984 (NCAA Record) Per Game, Season:.......................................... 6.50, Karen Emas, 1984 Season (Freshman): ........................................... 77, Karen Emas, 1981 Career: ..................................420, Karen Emas, 1981-84 (NCAA Record) Per Game, Career: .....................................6.00, Karen Emas, 1981-84 ....................................................................3.95, Missy Meharg, 1982-85

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Anne Wilkinson collected a school-record 466 groundballs in her four year career with the Hens.

Consecutive Games Scoring A Point: ............................................ 70, Karen Emas (scored every game in career) GROUNDBALLS Game: ................................................... 17, Lisa Blanc vs. Lehigh, 5/8/83 ............................................... 14, Lisa Blanc vs. Glassboro State, 4/23/83 ..................................................... 14, Karlyn Wesley vs. Lafayette, 5/3/87 ............................................................14, Nari Bush vs. Towson, 4/21/88 .............................................. 13, Anne Wilkinson vs. Penn State, 4/10/86 ..................................................... 13, Missy Meharg vs. Lafayette, 4/7/84 .........................................................13, Karen Emas vs. Ursinus, 4/21/84 ........................................................ 13, Beth Manley vs. Ursinus, 4/21/84 ......................................................13, Missy Meharg vs. Towson, 4/14/83 ............................................................13, Lisa Blanc vs. Towson, 4/14/83 ................................................... 13, Anne Wilkinson vs. Towson, 4/14/83 ............................................................13, Lisa Detar vs. Towson, 4/14/83 ...........................................................13, Lisa Blanc vs. Bucknell, 4/19/83 Season (Since1983): ........................................... 180, Lisa Blanc, 1983 ..........................................................................162, Missy Meharg, 1984 ..........................................................................153, Missy Meharg, 1983 .............................................................................. 150, Linda Detar, 1983 ....................................................................... 149, Anne Wilkinson, 1983 ....................................................................... 143, Anne Wilkinson, 1984 .............................................................................139, Denise Swift, 1983 .......................................................................... 139, Linda Schmidt, 1983 ................................................................................ 134, Lisa Detar, 1983 .............................................................................132, Denise Swift, 1984 Per Game, Season:............................................. 9.00, Lisa Blanc, 1983 Career: .................................................... 466, Anne Wilkinson, 1983-86 .....................................................................391, Missy Meharg, 1982-85 ...........................................................................385, Nari Bush, 1986-89 ........................................................................360, Beth Manley, 1984-87 ................................................................. 339, Joanne Ambrogi, 1984-87 ......................................................................... 290, Lecia Inden, 1986-89 ........................................................................271, Denise Swift, 1981-84 ..................................................................... 267, Linda Schmidt, 1981-84 ........................................................................... 262, Lisa Detar, 1981-84 ........................................................................246, Karen Emas, 1982-84 Per Game, Career:................................ 6.30, Anne Wilkinson, 1983-86

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DRAW CONTROLS (KEPT SINCE 2002): Game:.............................................9, Shannon Burns vs. Drexel, 4/15/12 ............................................. 8, Alison Karwoski vs. Georgetown, 2/16/13 ....................................................... 7, Julianna Jeffers vs. Drexel, 4/25/10 ......................................6, Casey McCrudden vs. George Mason, 4/10/08 ................................................... 6, Caitlin Mccartney vs. Temple, 3/27/13 ..................................................... 6, Shannon Burns at Lafayette, 3/16/13 Season: ....................................................... 49, Ashley Moderacki, 2001 ...........................................................................47, Shannon Burns, 2012 ...................................................................................40, Erin Edell, 2003 ...................................................................... 39, Caitlin McCartney, 2012 ...................................................................................39, Erin Edell, 2004 ...................................................................................38, Erin Edell, 2005 ......................................................................... 38, Courtney Aburn, 2008 ..................................................................... 36, Kalyn McDonough, 2011 ...................................................................... 34, Caitlin McCartney, 2013 ................................................................................. 33, Deb Sloan, 2007 ............................................................... 32, Michelle Campolettano, 2004 ..................................................................... 31, Emily Schaknowski, 2008 ................................................................................. 30, Libby Pforr, 2003 Career: ..........................................................138, Erin Edell, 2002-2005 .............................................................. 108, Courtney Aburn, 2007-2010 ............................................................................83, Katie Muth, 2004-08 ................................................................ 81, Casey McCrudden, 2005-08 ................................................................. 81, Emily Shaknowski, 2007-10 ........................................................................80, Holly Burman, 2008-11 ........................................................................ 74, Deb Sloan, 2006-2009 ............................................................... 74, Shannon Burns, 2011-Present ........................................................... 73, Caitlin McCartney, 2012-Present ................................................................. 61, Ashley Moderacki, 1999-02 .................................................................... 51, Nikki Kucharski, 2000-03 ...................................................................... 50, Kristin Cellucci, 2003-06 ..........................................................49, Michelle Campolettano, 2001-04 Per Game (Kept Since 2002): Season: .........................................................2.76, Shannon Burns, 2012 ................................................................... 2.60, Caitlin McCartney, 2012 ................................................................................2.50, Erin Edell, 2003 Career: .......................................... 2.51, Caitlin McCartney, 2012-Present ......................................................................2.15, Erin Edell (2002-2005)

Shannon Burns controlled 47 draws during the 2012 season, a mark good for second all-time.

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Lindsey Greer (2002-05) recorded 62 caused turnovers during her career.

Missy Meharg led the Hens with 19 shots on goal against Lafayette on April 7, 1984 and finished her career with 602 SOG.

CAUSED TURNOVERS (KEPT SINCE 2002): Game: ............................................ 5, Lauren Carrigan vs. JMU, 4/16/06 .....................................................5, Erin Zimmerman vs. Temple, 3/18/09 ..............................................5, Amanda Gill at William & Mary, 4/16/10 Season: ......................................................... 35, Claire Marrazzo, 2001 ................................................................................. 33, Katy Hahn, 2001 .......................................................................... 31, Laurie Tortorelli, 2001 ...................................................................... 30, Ashley Moderacki, 2001 .............................................................................29, Lindsey Greer, 2003 .............................................................................26, Holly Burman, 2011 ...........................................................................24, Shannon Burns, 2012 ............................................................................. 24, Allison Lynch, 2004 ........................................................................ 22, Erin Zimmerman, 2009 ..................................................................... 21, Stacey McPartland, 2007 Career: ......................................................... 62, Lindsey Greer, 2002-05 ................................................................... 56, Erin Zimmerman, 2006-09 ..............................................................................55, Erin Edell, 2002-05 ............................................................................48, Katie Muth, 2004-08 .......................................................................47, Laura Libertini, 2003-06 ................................................................... 46, Angela Biciocchi, 2010-13 ................................................................... 46, Lauren Carrigan, 2002-05 ......................................................................... 45, Ange Gaeta, 2007-09 ..................................................................... 45, Laurie Tortorelli, 2002-05 ........................................................................ 42, Allison Lynch, 2002-05 ............................................................... 40, Shannon Burns, 2011-Present Per Game (Kept Since 2002): Season: ...........................................................1.81, Lindsey Greer, 2003 Career: ............................................. 1.09, Lauren Carrigan (2003-2006) Interceptions, Season (Since 1983): ...........34, Anne Brooking, 1983 Interceptions, Career: ......................................58, Nari Bush, 1986-89 Blocks, Season:.............................................112, Anne Brooking, 1983 SHOTS ON GOAL Game (Since 1983): ..................................................... 19, Missy Meharg vs. Lafayette, 4/7/84 ...........................................................18, Karen Emas vs. Towson, 5/7/83

Lauren Carrigan is one of three players to collect five caused turnovers in a single game.

...................................................18, Karen Emas vs. West Chester, 5/1/84 ...........................................................17, Karen Emas vs. Rutgers, 4/3/84 ........................................................ 17, Karen Emas vs. Lafayette, 4/7/84 ..............................................16, Jenn Rinnander vs. West Chester, 5/1/94 ........................................................... 16, Missy Meharg vs. Penn, 5/9/84 ..................................................15, Joanne Canavan vs. Hofstra, 3/28/87 .....................................................15, Jenn Rinnander vs. Loyola, 4/16/91 .....................................................15, Jenn Rinnander vs. Lehigh, 4/28/92 ........................................................15, Jenn Rinnander vs. JMU, 3/22/93 ............................................15, Jenn Rinnander vs. West Chester, 4/20/93 ............................................15, Karen Emas vs. William & Mary, 4/26/84 Season (Since 1981): ....................................... 245, Karen Emas, 1984 ..........................................................................202, Missy Meharg, 1984 ............................................................................. 199, Karen Emas, 1983 ..........................................................................181, Missy Meharg, 1985 ........................................................................ 170, Jenn Rinnander, 1994 .................................................................... 161, Anne Pasquariello, 1982 ................................................................................ 144, Lisa Blanc, 1983 .......................................................................... 142, Sue Daddona, 1995 ............................................................................. 141, Karen Emas, 1982 ........................................................................ 139, Jenn Rinnander, 1992 Career: ..........................................................639, Karen Emas, 1981-84 .....................................................................602, Missy Meharg, 1982-85 .............................................................. 568, Jennifer Rinnander, 1991-94 .................................................................. 475, Anne Wilkinson, 1983-86 ..............................................................373, Meghan Mulqueen, 1989-92 .............................................................. 372, Casey McCrudden, 2005-08 ........................................................................... 350, Lisa Blanc, 1980-83 ................................................................ 306, Megan Fortunato, 1998-01 ................................................................. 296, Joanne Ambrogi, 1984-87 ......................................................................... 287, Lecia Inden, 1986-89 MOST GOALIE MINUTES PLAYED Season: ...........................................................1,200, Kim Jackson, 1983 ..........................................................................1,200, Kim Jackson, 1984 ................................................................... 1,075, Carey Sebastian, 1995 .....................................................................1,075, Jessica Cerveny, 2009 .......................................................... 1,040, Makenzie Worthington, 2011

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS ................................................................ 9.24, Carey Sebastian, 1995-98 .................................................................. 9.43, Laurie Tortorelli, 1999-02 .......................................................9.95, Makenzie Worthington, 2008-11 ................................................................... 10.28, Karen Critzer, 1992-94 ....................................................................... 10.5, Lisa McBeth, 1978-79 ................................................................10.5, Alex Zaugra, 2012-Present ............................................................... 10.61, Melissa Wooley, 1986-88 ...................................................................10.8, Patrice Hughes, 2003-05 GOALIE SAVES Game: ...........................................36, Lisa McBeth vs. West Chester, 1978 ......................................................... 31, Kim Crossley vs. Maryland, 1980 .............................................................. 29, Kim Jackson vs. Ursinus, 1981 ......................................................23, Melissa Woolley vs. Lafayette, 1986 Season: .......................................................... 264 by Kim Jackson, 1983 Per Game, Season: ........................................ 15.4, Kim Crossley, 1980 Career: ......................................................925 by Kim Jackson, 1981-84 Per Game, Career: ......................................... 15.4, Kim Crossley, 1980

Alex Zaugra is eighth all-time with 1,577:03 career minutes played.

..................................................................... 1,032, Laurie Tortorelli, 2001 .........................................................................990, Michelle Beach, 1998 .............................................................................990, Leslie Saylor, 1990 .............................................................................990, Leslie Saylor, 1991 ........................................................................987, Jessica Cervney, 2008 .......................................................................979, Melissa Woolley, 1986 ........................................................................... 964, Karen Critzer, 1994 Career: ...................................................... 4,200, Kim Jackson, 1981-84 ............................................................3,807, Jessica Cerveny, 2005-2009 ................................................................ 3,767, Laurie Tortorelli, 1999-02 .............................................................. 3,679, Carey Sebastian, 1995-98 ...............................................................2,647, Melissa Woolley, 1986-88 ............................................................2,367:06, Patrice Hughes, 2003-05 .....................................................1,652, Makenzie Worthington, 2008-11 .........................................................1,577:03, Alex Zaugra, 2012-Present ................................................................ 1,322, Michelle Beach, 1988-89 ..................................................................... 1,286, Lisa McBeth, 1978-79 ................................................................... 1,074, Karen Critzer, 1992-94 .....................................................................1,050, Leslie Saylor, 1989-91 BEST GOALS PER GAME AVERAGE Season:..............................................................4.86, Kim Jackson, 1982 ............................................................................5.80, Kim Jackson, 1981 ...........................................................................6.15, Tori Zorovich, 2013 ............................................................................6.35, Kim Jackson, 1983 ............................................................................7.30, Kim Jackson, 1984 ......................................................................... 7.50, Wendy Kridel, 1988 ............................................................................8.20, Leslie Saylor, 1990 ....................................................................... 8.29, Laurie Tortorelli, 2001 ........................................................................8.35, Michelle Beach, 1989 ......................................................................8.60, Melissa Woolley, 1987 ..................................................................... 8.62, Carey Sebastian, 1996 Career: ........................................................ 6.18, Kim Jackson, 1981-84 ............................................................... 7.88, Tori Zorovich, 2011-Present .......................................................................8.72, Leslie Saylor, 1988-91 .................................................................. 9.17, Michelle Beach, 1998-89 ........................................................................... 9.20, Kim Crossley, 1980

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Save Percentage, Season:............................. .724, Kim Jackson, 1981 ........................................................................... .704, Kim Jackson, 1982 ........................................................................... .675, Kim Jackson, 1983 ........................................................................... .629, Kim Jackson, 1984 .......................................................................... .626, Kim Crossley, 1980 ...................................................................... .609, Laurie Tortorelli, 2001 .................................................................... .603, Carey Sebastian, 1997 .................................................................... .593, Carey Sebastian, 1998 ........................................................................... .583, Lisa McBeth, 1979 .................................................................... .576, Carey Sebastian, 1996 Career: ........................................................ .678, Kim Jackson, 1981-84 .......................................................................... .626, Kim Crossley, 1980 ....................................................................... .572, Lisa McBeth, 1978-79 ............................................................... .571, Carey Sebastian, 1995-98 ................................................................. .560, Laurie Tortorelli, 1999-02 ...................................................................... .553, Leslie Saylor, 1988-91 .................................................................... .539, Katie Partlow, 1991-92 ................................................................. .535, Michelle Beach, 1988-89 .................................................................... .534, Karen Critzer, 1992-94 ................................................................ .523, Melissa Woolley, 1986-88

Laurie Tortorelli (1999-02) collected a .560 save percentage during her career.

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Liza Shoemaker was a letterwinner for the Blue Hens from 1995-98.

SINGLE-SEASON POINTS LEADERS 1. Karen Emas......................................1984.................................. 130 2. Karen Emas......................................1983.................................. 129 3. Missy Meharg..................................1985.................................... 88 4. Lisa Blanc.........................................1983.................................... 87 5. Missy Meharg..................................1984.................................... 86 6. Karen Emas......................................1982.................................... 84 7. Missy Meharg..................................1983 ................................... 78 8. Karen Emas......................................1981.................................... 77 Jennifer Rinnander............................1994.................................... 77 10. Anne Wilkinson................................1986 ................................... 74 SINGLE-SEASON ASSIST LEADERS 1. Denise Swift.....................................1984 .................................. .43 2. Karen Emas......................................1983.................................... 34 3. Karen Emas......................................1984.................................... 32 4. Anne Wilkinson................................1985.................................... 28 Lisa Blanc.........................................1983 ................................... 28 6. Emily Schaknowski............................2008 ................................... 27 7. Denise Swift.....................................1983 ................................... 26 8. Amy Sullivan....................................1997 ................................... 25 Jenn Rinnander................................1994 ................................... 25 Megan Fortunato..............................2000 ................................... 25 11. Jen Coyne........................................1986 ................................... 24 Missy Meharg..................................1983 ................................... 24 SINGLE-SEASON SAVES LEADERS 1. Kim Jackson.....................................1983.................................. 264 2. Kim Jackson.....................................1984.................................. 248 3. Kim Cossley.....................................1980.................................. 231 4. Kim Jackson.....................................1981.................................. 228 5. Laurie Tortorelli.................................2001.................................. 220 6. Laurie Tortorelli.................................2002.................................. 216 7. Melissa Woolley...............................1986.................................. 210 8. Carey Sebastian...............................1998.................................. 201 9. Carey Sebastian...............................1995.................................. 199 10. Karen Critzer...................................1994.................................. 193 YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING LEADERS Goals-Assists-Points 1978 Ginny Adams..............................31-na-31 1979 Ann Pasquariello........................ 37-13-50 Elaine Pomian............................ 34-16-50 1980 Lisa Blanc..................................... 44-5-49

Megan Fortunato led Delaware in points during three seasons.

1981 Karen Emas ............................... 54-23-77 1982 Karen Emas ............................... 63-21-84 1983 Karen Emas ............................. 95-34-129 1984 Karen Emas ............................. 98-32-130 1985 Missy Meharg ........................... 69-19-88 1986 Anne Wilkinson ......................... 56-18-74 1987 Joanne Canavan........................ 42-10-52 1988 Lecia Inden .................................. 34-8-42 1989 Lecia Inden .................................. 39-9-48 1990 Barb Wolffe .............................. 26-19-45 1991 Meghan Mulqueen ....................... 42-8-50 1992 Jenn Rinnander.......................... 43-13-56 1993 Jenn Rinnander.......................... 55-19-74 1994 Jenn Rinnander.......................... 52-25-77 1995 Sue Daddona ............................ 56-16-72 1996 Laura Perry ............................... 28-17-45 1997 Amy Sullivan ............................. 19-25-44 1998 Amy Sullivan ............................. 33-21-54 1999 Megan Fortunato........................ 40-19-59 2000 Megan Fortunato........................ 31-25-56 Sarah Edwards .......................... 42-14-56 2001 Megan Fortunato........................ 35-15-50 2002 Corinne Shuck.............................. 35-9-44 2003 Nikki Kucharski ......................... 24-12-36 2004 Jenny Diana (Fr.).......................... 38-6-44 2005 Becky Rausa............................... 23-16-39 2006 Casey McCrudden ....................... 38-8-46 2007 Nicole Flego (Fr.) ....................... 36-22-58 2008 Emily Schaknowski ..................... 29-27-56 2009 Emily Schaknowski...................... 20-13-33 2010 Ali Libertini.................................. 25-9-34 2011 Julianna Jeffers............................. 32-4-36 2012 Chelsea Fay................................. 35-6-41 2013 Caitlin McCartney......................... 41-5-46 GOALS 1978 Ginny Adams.....................................31 1979 Ann Pasquariello ...............................37 1980 Lisa Blanc...........................................44 1981 Karen Emas (Fr.).................................64 1982 Karen Emas........................................63 1983 Karen Emas........................................95 1984 Karen Emas........................................98 1985 Missy Meharg....................................69

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Caitlin McCartney has led Delaware in goals scored the past two seasons.

1986 Anne Wilkinson..................................56 1987 Joanne Canavan................................42 1988 Lecia Inden.........................................34 1989 Meghan Mulqueen..............................35 1991 Meghan Mulqueen..............................42 1992 Jenn Rinnander..................................43 1993 Jenn Rinnander..................................55 1994 Jenn Rinnander..................................52 1995 Sue Daddona.....................................56 1996 Laura Perry........................................28 1997 Melissa Hefner....................................30 1998 Amy Sullivan......................................33 1999 Megan Fortunato................................40 2000 Sarah Edwards...................................42 2001 Megan Fortunato................................35 2002 Corinne Shuck....................................35 2003 Nikki Kcharski ...................................24 Erin Edell ..........................................24 2004 Jenny Diana.......................................38 2005 Casey McCrudden (Fr.).......................32 2006 Casey McCrudden..............................38 2007 Katie Muth.........................................37 2008 Casey McCrudden..............................43 2009 Deb Sloan..........................................24 2010 Ali Libertini .......................................25 Julianna Jeffers...................................25 2011 Julianna Jeffers...................................32 2012 Chelsea Fay.......................................35 Caitlin McCartney...............................35 2013 Caitlin McCartney...............................41 ASSISTS 1978 na 1979 Elaine Pomian....................................16 1980 Elaine Pomian....................................20 1981 Karen Emas........................................23 1982 Elaine Pomian....................................22 1983 Karen Emas........................................34 1984 Denise Swift.......................................43 1985 Anne Wilkinson..................................28 1986 Jen Coyne..........................................24 1987 Joanne Canavan................................10

Lecia Inden.........................................10 1988 Lecia Inden..........................................8 1989 Barb Wolffe.......................................14 1990 Barb Wolffe.......................................19 1991 Jenn Rinnander..................................12 1992 Jenn Rinnander..................................13 1993 Jenn Rinnander..................................19 1994 Jenn Rinnander..................................25 1995 Kelly Frey...........................................23 1996 Laura Perry........................................17 1997 Amy Sullivan......................................25 1998 Amy Sullivan......................................21 1999 Megan Fortunato................................19 2000 Megan Fortunato................................25 2001 Kate O’Connell...................................16 2002 Corinne Shuck.....................................9 2003 Nikki Kurcharski.................................12 2004 Shannon Kron....................................18 2005 Becky Rausa.......................................16 2006 Megan Hager.....................................12 2007 Nicole Flego.......................................22 2008 Emily Schaknowski .............................27 2009 Emily Schaknowski .............................13 2010 Emily Schaknowski .............................12 2011 Holly Burman ....................................13 2012 Allison Hahn......................................11 2013 Allison Hahn......................................15 SAVES 1978 Lisa McBeth.......................................126 1979 Lisa McBeth.......................................175 1980 Kim Crossley ....................................231 1981 Kim Jackson .....................................228 1982 Kim Jackson .....................................174 1983 Kim Jackson......................................264 1984 Kim Jackson......................................248 1985 Melissa Woolley................................146 1986 Melissa Woolley................................210 1987 Melissa Woolley................................158 1988 Wendy Kridel.....................................95 1989 Michelle Beach..................................169 1990 Leslie Saylor......................................186 1991 Leslie Saylor......................................184 1992 Katie Partlow.....................................163 1993 Lauren Baugher.................................152 1994 Karen Critzer ...................................193 1995 Carey Sebastian................................199 1996 Carey Sebastian................................170 1997 Carey Sebastian................................184 1998 Carey Sebastian................................201 1999 Laurie Tortorelli .................................129 2000 Laurie Tortorelli..................................189 2001 Laurie Tortorelli .................................220 2002 Laurie Tortorelli .................................261 2003 Patrice Hughes..................................110 2004 Patrice Hughes .................................117 2005 Patrice Hughes .................................123 2006 Jessica Cerveny ................................125 2007 Jessica Cerveny ................................117 2008 Jessica Cerveny.................................153 2009 Jessica Cerveny ................................157 2010 Makenzie Worthington.......................73 2011 Makenzie Worthington......................126 2012 Alex Zaugra......................................124 2013 Alex Zaugra.......................................81

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Elaine Pomian is third all-time with 77 career assists.

Katie Muth registered 156 points for the Hens from 2004-08.

CAREER POINTS LEADERS (100 Point Club) 1. Karen Emas .................................. 1981-84...............................*420 2. Missy Meharg .............................. 1982-85................................ 285 3. Jenn Rinnander ............................ 1991-94................................ 257 Anne Wilkinson ............................ 1983-86................................ 257 5. Lisa Blanc ..................................... 1980-83................................ 252 6. Ann Pasquariello .......................... 1979-82................................ 204 7. Elaine Pomian .............................. 1979-82................................ 195 8. Megan Fortunato .......................... 1998-01 ............................... 188 9. Meghan Mulqueen ........................ 1989-92................................ 173 Casey McCrudden ........................ 2005-08................................ 173 11. Joanne Ambrogi ........................... 1984-87 ............................... 171 12. Jen Coyne .................................... 1984-87................................ 160 13. Katie Muth ................................... 2004-08................................ 156 14. Sarah Edwards ............................. 1997-00................................ 152 15. Emily Schaknowski ........................ 2007-10................................ 151 16. Amy Sullivan ................................ 1996-99 ............................... 150 17. Sue Daddona ............................... 1992-95................................ 147 18. Lecia Inden ................................... 1986-89................................ 143 19. Barbara Wolffe ............................ 1987-90 ............................... 141 20. Laura Perry .................................. 1994-96 ............................... 135 21. Courtney Aburn ............................ 2007-10................................ 118 22. Christy Buck ................................. 1997-00 ............................... 117 23. Denise Swift ................................. 1982-84 ............................... 116 Kelly Frey ..................................... 1994-96 ............................... 116 25. Deb Sloan..................................... 2006-09 ............................... 113 26. Kirsten McEntee ............................ 1994-97 ............................... 110 27. Kate O’Connell ............................. 1998-01 .............................. .106 Chelsea Fay............................... 2011-Present.............................. 95 Caitlin McCartney....................... 2012-Present.............................. 85 CAREER GOAL LEADERS (100 Goal Club) 1. Karen Emas .................................. 1981-84...............................*310 2. Missy Meharg .............................. 1982-85................................ 227 3. Lisa Blanc ..................................... 1980-83................................ 190 4. Jenn Rinnander ............................ 1991-94................................ 188 5. Anne Wilkinson ............................ 1983-86................................ 169 6. Meghan Mulqueen ........................ 1989-92................................ 148 7. Ann Pasquariello .......................... 1979-82................................ 147 8. Casey McCrudden ........................ 2005-08................................ 146 9. Joanne Ambrogi ........................... 1984-87................................ 129 10. Elaine Pomian .............................. 1979-82............................... .118 Megan Fortunato .......................... 1998-01................................ 118

12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Katie Muth ................................... 2004-08................................ 114 Sue Daddona ............................... 1992-95................................ 112 Sarah Edwards ............................. 1997-00................................ 111 Jen Coyne .................................... 1984-87................................ 107 Lecia Inden ................................... 1986-89................................ 106

CAREER ASSIST LEADERS 1. Karen Emas .................................. 1981-84................................ 110 2. Anne Wilkinson ............................ 1983-86.................................. 88 3. Elaine Pomian .............................. 1979-82................................. .77 4. Megan Fortunato .......................... 1998-01.................................. 70 5. Jenn Rinnander ............................ 1991-94.................................. 69 Denise Swift ................................. 1982-84.................................. 69 Emily Schaknowski ........................ 2007-10.................................. 69 8. Amy Sullivan ................................ 1996-99.................................. 66 9. Lisa Blanc ..................................... 1980-83.................................. 62 10. Missy Meharg .............................. 1982-85.................................. 58 11. Ann Pasquariello .......................... 1979-82.................................. 57 12. Jenn Coyne .................................. 1984-87.................................. 53 CAREER GOALIE SAVES LEADERS 1. Kim Jackson ................................. 1981-84................................ 925 2. Laurie Tortorelli ............................. 1999-02................................ 754 3. Carey Sebastian ........................... 1995-98................................ 750 4. Jessica Cerveny ............................ 2006-09................................ 552 5. Melissa Woolley ........................... 1985-86................................ 512 6. Leslie Saylor ................................. 1989-91................................ 373 7. Patrice Hughes ............................. 2003-05................................ 344 8. Lisa McBeth .................................. 1978-79................................ 301 9. Kim Crossley ...................................1980.................................. 231 10. Michelle Beach ............................. 1988-89................................ 220 11. Karen Critzer ............................... 1992-94................................ 211 12. Makenzie Worthington.................. 2008-11................................ 207 13. Alex Zaugra............................... 2012-Present............................ 205 14. Katie Partlow ...................................1991.................................. 166

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ALL-TIME HONORS BRINE/IWLCA ALL-AMERICANS Anne Brooking................. 1st Team......... 1982; 1983 Karen Emas..................... 1st Team......... 1982; 1983 Kim Jackson..................... 1st Team................... 1982 Linda Schmidt.................. 1st Team................... 1983 Anne Wilkinson...............2nd Team.................. 1986 Beth Manley..................... 1st Team................... 1987 Nari Bush.................Honorable Mention........... 1988 Meghan Mulqueen........... 3rd Team.................. 1991 Joanne Dobson................2nd Team.................. 1992 Jenn Rinnander................ 3rd Team.................. 1992 Melissa Michalski............. 3rd Team.................. 1994 Jenn Rinnander................2nd Team.................. 1994 Sue Daddona...................2nd Team.................. 1995 Kelly Frey........................ 3rd Team.................. 1995 Melissa Hefner.................2nd Team.................. 1996 Liza Shoemaker............... 3rd Team.................. 1996 Liza Shoemaker............... 3rd Team.................. 1997 Kristen McEntee............... 3rd Team.................. 1997 Liza Shoemaker...............2nd Team.................. 1998 Christy Buck..................... 3rd Team.................. 2000 Sarah Edwards................ 3rd Team.................. 2000 Laurie Tortorelli................ 3rd Team.................. 2002 MITCHELL & NESS ALL-AMERICANS Karen Emas..................... 1st Team................... 1984 Missy Meharg.................. 1st Team................... 1984 USWLCA ALL-AMERICANS Barb Wolfe...............Honorable Mention........... 1990 Jenn Rinnander.........Honorable Mention........... 1994 Missi Kennedy..........Honorable Mention........... 1996 Melissa Hefner..........Honorable Mention........... 1997 Liza Shoemaker............... 1st Team................... 1998 ALL-REGION HONOREES Anne Brooking................. 1st Team......... 1982; 1983 Karen Emas..................... 1st Team......... 1982; 1983 Karen Emas.................... 1st Team#.................. 1984 Kim Jackson..............Honorable Mention........... 1982 Linda Schmidt.................. 1st Team................... 1983 Missy Meharg................. 1st Team#.................. 1984 Anne Wilkinson............... 1st Team................... 1986 Nari Bush........................ 1st Team......1987; ‘88; ‘89 Joanne Canavan.............. 1st Team................... 1987 Beth Manley..................... 1st Team................... 1987 Lecia Inden...................... 1st Team................... 1989 Cheryl Masterson............. 1st Team................... 1990 Meghan Mulqueen........... 1st Team................... 1991 Meghan Mulqueen. … Honorable Mention......... 1992 Joanne Dobson................ 1st Team................... 1992 Jenn Rinnander................ 1st Team............ 1992; ‘94 Sue Daddona...................2nd Team.................. 1994 Sue Daddona................... 1st Team................... 1995 Melissa Michalski............. 1st Team................... 1994 Kristina Scanlon...............2nd Team........... 1994; ‘95 Kelly Frey........................ 1st Team................... 1995 Kelly Frey........................2nd Team.................. 1996

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Laura Perry......................2nd Team........... 1995; ‘96 Melissa Hefner................. 1st Team......1995; ‘96; ‘97 Melissa Kennedy..............2nd Team.....1995; ’96; ‘97 Liza Shoemaker...............2nd Team.................. 1996 Liza Shoemaker............... 1st Team............ 1997; ‘98 Kristen McEntee............... 1st Team................... 1997 Christy Buck.....................2nd Team.................. 1998 Christy Buck..................... 1st Team............ 1999; ‘00 Julie Kuehn......................2nd Team.................. 1998 Carey Sebastian............... 1st Team................... 1998 Amy Sullivan...................2nd Team.................. 1998 Amy Sullivan................... 1st Team................... 1999 Megan Fortunato.............2nd Team........... 1999; ‘00 Megan Fortunato............. 1st Team................... 2001 Kelly Griffith.................... 1st Team................... 1999 Robyn Hill........................2nd Team.................. 1999 Sarah Edwards................ 1st Team................... 2000 Kathy Hahn..................... 1st Team................... 2000 Laurie Tortorelli................ 1st Team......2000; ’01; ‘02 Ashley Moderacki............2nd Team.................. 2001 Corinne Shuck.................2nd Team.................. 2002 Jenny Diana....................2nd Team.................. 2004 Erin Edell.........................2nd Team.................. 2005 Megan Hager..................2nd Team.................. 2006 Nicole Flego....................2nd Team.................. 2007 Katie Muth....................... 1st Team................... 2007 Katie Muth.......................2nd Team.................. 2008 Debbie Sloan...................2nd Team.................. 2007 Casey McCrudden............2nd Team.................. 2008 Jessica Cerveny................2nd Team.................. 2009 Erin Zimmerman..............2nd Team.................. 2009 Caitlin McCartney............2nd Team.................. 2012 Caitlin McCartney............ 1st Team................... 2013 Angela Biciocchi..............2nd Team........... 2012; ‘13 NCAA TOURNAMENT MVP Karen Emas..................................................... 1983 ncaa woman of the year (delaware) Jill Hershey...................................................... 1991 Liza Shoemaker............................................... 1998 Sarah Edwards................................................ 2000 NATIONAL LACROSSE HALL OF FAME Janet Smith........................ Coach..................... 1997 cosida academic all-america Karen Emas.....................2nd Team.................. 1984 Sarah Edwards................ 1st Team................... 2000 CoSIDA Academic All-DISTRICT Karen Emas..................................................... 1984 Jill Hershey...................................................... 1991 Liza Shoemaker............................................... 1998 Sarah Edwards......................................... 1999; ‘00 Claire Marrazzo..............2nd Team.................. 2001 Katy Hahn.......................2nd Team.................. 2001

iwlca ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Christy Buck.............................................. 1999; ‘00 Sarah Edwards......................................... 1999; ‘00 Claire Marrazzo.............................................. 2000 Laurie Tortorelli................................................ 2002 Nikki Kucharski................................................ 2002 Katie Muth................................................ 2007; ‘08 Ange Gaeta..................................................... 2009 Morgan Marino............................................... 2009 Conference scholar-athlete of the Year Jill Hershey..........................ECC...................... 1991 Conference women’s lacrosse scholar-athlete of the Year Karen Emas.........................ECC............... 1983; ‘84 Jill Hershey..........................ECC...................... 1991 Melissa Hefner.............. America East................ 1997 Sarah Edwards............. America East................ 2000 Claire Marrazzo........... America East................ 2001 Kalyn McDonough.............. CAA...................... 2011 Conference Player of the Year Karen Emas.........................ECC............... 1983; ‘84 Beth Manley.........................ECC...................... 1987 Melissa Hefner.............. America East................ 1997 Carey Sebastian............ America East................ 1998 Conference Rookie of the Year Laura Perry......................... NAC...................... 1994 Liza Shoemaker.................. NAC...................... 1995 Amy Sullivan................ America East................ 1996 Christy Buck.................. America East................ 1997 Laurie Tortorelli............. America East................ 1999 Nicole Flego....................... CAA...................... 2007 Caitlin McCartney............... CAA...................... 2012 Conference Coach of the Year Janet Smith..........................ECC............... 1984; ‘89 Denise Wescott................... NAC...................... 1996 Denise Wescott............. America East................ 1998 All-Conference Honors First Team Lisa Blanc........................ 1st Team................... 1983 Anne Brooking................. 1st Team................... 1983 Linda Detar...................... 1st Team................... 1983 Karen Emas..................... 1st Team............ 1983; ‘84 Linda Schmidt.................. 1st Team............ 1983; ‘84 Lynn Ferrand.................... 1st Team................... 1984 Kim Jackson..................... 1st Team................... 1984 Missy Meharg.................. 1st Team............ 1984; ‘84 Denise Swift..................... 1st Team................... 1984 Beth Manley..................... 1st Team......1985; ’86; ‘87 Anne Wilkinson............... 1st Team............ 1985; ‘86 Ange Bradley................... 1st Team............ 1986; ‘88 Jen Coyne....................... 1st Team................... 1986 Melissa Woolley............... 1st Team................... 1986 Joanne Ambrogi.............. 1st Team................... 1987

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ALL-TIME HONORS Nari Bush........................ 1st Team......1987; ‘88; ‘89 Joanne Canavan.............. 1st Team................... 1987 Lecia Inden...................... 1st Team................... 1989 Cheryl Masterson............. 1st Team................... 1990 Barb Wolffe..................... 1st Team................... 1990 Jill Hershey...................... 1st Team................... 1991 Meghan Mulqueen........... 1st Team................... 1991 Jenn Rinnander................ 1st Team......1991; ’93; ‘94 Jen Root.......................... 1st Team................... 1991 Jennifer Hadley................2nd Team.................. 1993 Kristina Scanlon...............2nd Team........... 1993; ‘95 Melissa Michalski.............2nd Team.................. 1994 Sue Daddona................... 1st Team................... 1995 Laura Perry......................2nd Team.................. 1995 Laura Perry...................... 1st Team................... 1996 Kelly Frey........................ 1st Team................... 1996 Melissa Hefner................. 1st Team............ 1996; ‘97 Melissa Kennedy.............. 1st Team............ 1996; ‘97 Kirsten McEntee............... 1st Team................... 1997 Liza Shoemaker............... 1st Team............ 1997; ‘98 Amy Sullivan................... 1st Team......1997; ’98; ‘99 Christy Buck..................... 1st Team............ 1998; ‘99 Christy Buck.....................2nd Team.................. 2000 Jen Dempsey...................2nd Team.................. 1998 Sarah Edwards................2nd Team........... 1998; ‘99 Sarah Edwards................ 1st Team................... 2000 Kelly Griffith....................2nd Team.................. 1998 Kelly Griffith.................... 1st Team................... 1999 Robyn Hill........................2nd Team.................. 1998 Robyn Hill........................ 1st Team................... 1999 Julie Kuehn...................... 1st Team................... 1998 Carey Sebastian............... 1st Team................... 1998 Marisa Vecchiano............2nd Team.................. 1998 Megan Fortunato............. 1st Team.. 1999; 2000; ‘01 Denise Guerra.................2nd Team.................. 1999 Katy Hahn.......................2nd Team........... 1999; ‘01 Katy Hahn....................... 1st Team................... 2000 Claire Marrazzo.............. 1st Team......1999; ’00; ‘01 Kate O’Connell................2nd Team........... 2000; ‘01 Ashley Moderacki............2nd Team........... 2001; ‘02 Corinne Shuck.................2nd Team........... 2001; ‘02 Laurie Tortorelli................ 1st Team................... 2001 Erin Edell.........................2nd Team........... 2003; ‘04 Erin Edell......................... 1st Team................... 2005 Lindsey Greer..................2nd Team.................. 2003 Jenny Diana....................2nd Team.................. 2004 Allison Lynch....................2nd Team.................. 2004 Kelly O’Connor................2nd Team.................. 2005 Becky Rausa....................2nd Team.................. 2005 Megan Hager..................2nd Team.................. 2006 Stacey McPartland...........2nd Team.................. 2006 Nicole Flego.................... 1st Team................... 2007 Katie Muth.......................2nd Team........... 2007; ‘08 Debbie Sloan...................2nd Team........... 2007; ‘09 Jessica Cerveny................ 1st Team............ 2008; ‘09 Ange Gaeta.....................2nd Team.................. 2008 Casey McCrudden............2nd Team.................. 2008 Emily Schaknowski........... 1st Team................... 2008 Emily Schaknowski...........2nd Team........... 2009; ‘10

Erin Zimmerman.............. 1st Team................... 2009 Julianna Jeffers................2nd Team.................. 2011 Morgan Leonard..............2nd Team.................. 2011 Kalyn McDonough........... 1st Team................... 2011 Caitlin McCartney............ 1st Team............ 2012; ‘13 Angela Biciocchi.............. 1st Team............ 2012; ‘13 Shannon Burns.................2nd Team.................. 2012 Chelsea Fay.....................2nd Team.................. 2013 All-Rookie TEAM Shannon Kron............... America East................ 2001 Casey McCrudden............... CAA...................... 2005 Katie Hogan....................... CAA...................... 2005 Debbie Sloan...................... CAA...................... 2006 Stacey McPartland.............. CAA...................... 2006 Nicole Flego....................... CAA...................... 2007 Courtney Aburn.................. CAA...................... 2007 Emily Schaknowski.............. CAA...................... 2007 Lindsey Coon...................... CAA...................... 2008 Julianna Jeffers................... CAA...................... 2008 Stephanie Allen................... CAA...................... 2009 Bridget Burns...................... CAA...................... 2011 Caitlin McCartney............... CAA...................... 2012 Allison Hahn....................... CAA...................... 2012 Kara Dattellas..................... CAA...................... 2013 Erin Wein........................... CAA...................... 2013 UD Alumni Association Team MVP Andrea White.................................................. 1978 Carol Spratt..................................................... 1979 Carol Spratt..................................................... 1980 Anne Brooking................................................. 1981 Anne Brooking / Ann Pasquariello.................... 1982 Anne Brooking................................................. 1983 Karen Emas..................................................... 1984 Missy Meharg.................................................. 1985 Anne Wilkinson............................................... 1986 Beth Manley..................................................... 1987 Nari Bush........................................................ 1988 Nari Bush........................................................ 1989 Cheryl Masterson............................................. 1990 Meghan Mulqueen........................................... 1991 Joanne Dobson................................................ 1992 Jen Rinnander.................................................. 1993 Jen Rinnander.................................................. 1994 Sue Daddona................................................... 1995 Melissa Hefner................................................. 1996 Missi Kennedy................................................. 1997 Carey Sebastian............................................... 1998 Amy Sullivan................................................... 1999 Christy Buck..................................................... 2000 Katy Hahn....................................................... 2001 Laurie Tortorelli................................................ 2002 Erin Edell......................................................... 2003 Erin Edell......................................................... 2004 Erin Edell......................................................... 2005 Megan Hager.................................................. 2006 Katie Muth....................................................... 2007 Ange Gaeta..................................................... 2008

Jessica Cerveny................................................ 2009 Jennifer Bradway............................................. 2010 Kalyn McDonough........................................... 2011 Caitlin McCartney............................................ 2012 Caitlin McCartney............................................ 2013 UD Outstanding Female Senior Athlete Anne Brooking................................................. 1982 Karen Emas..................................................... 1984 Missy Meharg.................................................. 1985 Anne Wilkinson............................................... 1986 Ange Bradley................................................... 1988 Nari Bush........................................................ 1989 Barb Wolffe..................................................... 1990 Liza Shoemaker............................................... 1998 UD Team Sportsmanship Award Lindsey Greer.................................................. 2005 Lauren Carrigan............................................... 2006 Deb Sloan....................................................... 2007 Morgan Marino............................................... 2008 Alexis Curcio................................................... 2009 Jen Bradway.................................................... 2010 Gracie Wills.................................................... 2011 Gracie Wills.................................................... 2012 Abby Wheble.................................................. 2013 janet smith “grit” award Corinne Drost.................................................. 2011 Angela Biciocchi.............................................. 2012 Angela Biciocchi.............................................. 2013 team most improved award Quinn Daly...................................................... 2011 Shannon Burns................................................. 2012 Erin Wein........................................................ 2013 UD Athletics Hall of Fame Janet Smith........................ Coach..................... 1997 Karen Emas..................................................... 1997 Anne Brooking................................................. 1997 Missy Meharg.................................................. 1998 Anne Wilkinson............................................... 2000 Nari Bush........................................................ 2001 Beth Manley..................................................... 2002 Ange Bradley................................................... 2005 Kim Jackson..................................................... 2006 Sue Daddona................................................... 2006 Brenda Lear..................................................... 2008 Liza Shoemaker............................................... 2008 Melisa Hefner.................................................. 2011 Megan Fortunato............................................. 2012 Elaine Pomian.................................................. 2013

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TEAM RECORDS All-Time Record: ..............................................................19-24 (.442) Conference Record: ................................................... 9-9 (.500) CAA Overtime Record: ...............................................................0-2 (.000) vs. Ranked Opponents: ....................................................1-4 (.200) Largest Attendance: .......................... 613 vs. Old Dominion, 4/24/11 Largest Single-Season Attendance: .............................3,090, 2013 ............................................................................................3,001, 2011 First Game: ........ Feb.16, 2011, UD vs. No. 1 Maryland; UMD won 17-8 First Goal Scored: .............................Alex Aust (Maryland) vs. UD 2/16/11 (3:01 into game) First UD Goal Scored: ..................................Ali Libertini vs. Maryland 2/16/11 (8:02 into game) Most Goals, Team:..... 17, Delaware, vs. Saint Mary’s College, 3/29/11 ..................................................... 17, Maryland, Vs. Delaware, 2/16/11 Most Delaware Goals, Team: ....................................... 17, Delaware vs. Saint Mary’s College, 3/29/11 Most Goals, Half, Team:................12, Maryland, 2/16/11 (First Half) Most UD Goals, Half, Team: ................................... 10 vs. Saint Mary’s College (Calif.), 3/29/11 (First) ...................................................... 10 vs. Temple, 3/27/13 (Second Half) ............................................. 8, vs. Saint Joseph’s, 3/23/11 (Second Half) Fewest Goals Scored, Team: ............................................... 2, William & Mary vs. Delaware, 4/14/13 ................................................... 3, Saint Joseph’s vs. Delaware, 3/23/11 ..............................................................4, Delaware vs. Drexel, 4/13/12 .................................................. 5, Saint Mary’s College (Calif.), 3/29/11 Fewest Goals Scored, Combined: ............................................................ 11, Rutgers vs. Delaware, 3/9/13 ...........................................................12, Hofstra vs. Delaware, 4/21/13 ...........................................................13, Denver vs. Delaware, 2/24/13 ............................................................13, Drexel vs. Delaware, 4/13/12 .............................................................13, Hofstra vs. Delaware, 4/8/11 Longest Game: ........ Delaware vs. William & Mary, 70:05 (3OT), (W&M 11-10), 4/22/11 ......................... Delaware vs. Towson, 67:42 (2OT), (Towson 9-8), 4/2/11

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Points, Individual (4 minimum): .......................................... 7, Stephany Parcell, Temple, 3/27/13 (4g, 3a) ........................................ 6, Rhiannon Coogle, Towson, 3/31/13 (6g, 0a) ....................................6, Caitlin McCartney vs. Temple, 3/27/13 (6g, 0a) ............................6, Caitlin McCartney vs. Georgetown, 2/16/13 (5g, 1a) ................................. 6, Monica Zabel, James Madison, 4/20/12 (4g, 2a) ................................................. 6, Alica Krause (UMBC), 3/7/12 (4g, 2a) ..................................6, Karri Ellen Johnson, Maryland, 2/16/11 (5g, 1a) ................................................6, Alex Aust, Maryland, 2/16/11 (4g, 2a) ........................................ 6, Meg Decker (Loyola (Md.), 3/16/11 (4g, 2a) ............................... 5, Allison Hahn vs. James Madison, 4/20/12 (3g, 2a) ................................ 5, Maggie McCormick, Penn State, 3/10/12 (3g, 2a) ................................................... 5, Lindsay Cox, UMBC, 3/7/12 (4g, 1a) ................................ 5, Caitlin McCartney vs. Villanova, 2/22/12 (4g, 1a) .................................5, Katie Schwarzmann, Maryland, 2/16/11 (5g, 0a) ............................... 4, Chelsea Fay vs. William & Mary, 4/14/13 (4g, 0a) ...................... 4, Caitlin McCartney vs. William & Mary, 4/14/13 (4g, 0a) ...........................................4, Allison Hahn vs. Towson, 3/31/13 (3g, 1a) ............................................ 4, Chelsea Fay vs. Temple, 3/27/13 (3g, 1a) ................................................ 4, Kara Secora, Denver, 2/24/13 (4g, 0a) ..................................4, Corinne Etchison, Georgetown, 2/16/13 (2g, 2a) .................................. 4, Kelyn Freedman, Georgetown, 2/16/13 (3g, 1a) .................................... 4, Emily Ellisen, George Mason, 4/22/12 (4g, 0a) .............................. 4, Bridget Burns vs. James Madison, 4/20/12 (3g, 1a) ............................... 4, Allison Hahn vs. George Mason, 4/22/12 (1g, 3a) ........................4, Caitlin McCartney vs. George Mason, 4/22/12 (4g, 0a) ................................ 4, Chelsea Fay vs. George Mason, 4/22/12 (4g, 0a) ............................................... 4, Abby Wilson, UMCBC, 3/7/12 (3g, 1a) ............................................... 4, Julie McBrien, Lehigh, 2/25/12 (3g, 1a) ............................................. 4, Chelsea Fay vs. Lehigh, 2/15/12 (4g, 0a) ......................4, Kalyn McDonough vs. William & Mary, 4/22/11 (3g, 1a) ...................4, Morgan Leonard vs. Saint Mary’s (Calif.) 3/29/11) (4g, 0a) .........................4, Holly Burman vs. Saint Mary’s (Calif.) 3/29/11 (4g, 0a) ........................................ 4, Julianna Jeffers vs. Temple, 3/19/11 (4g, 0a) ................................... 4, Corrine Drost vs. Loyola (Md.) 3/16/11 (4g, 0a) ......................................... 4, Ali Libertini vs. Maryland, 2/16/11 (4g, 0a) ......................................... 4, Stephanie Parcell, Temple, 3/19/11 (3g, 1a) ........................................4, Sarah Mollison, Maryland, 2/16/11 (1g, 3a) ...................................... 4, Marlee Paton, Loyola (Md.), 3/16/11 (3g, 1a) ...........................4, Ashley Holofcener, William & Mary, 4/22/11 (2g, 2a) Most Goals, Individual (3 minimum): ..................................................... 6, Rhiannon Coogle, Towson, 3/31/13 .................................................6, Caitlin McCartney vs. Temple, 3/27/13 .........................................5, Caitlin McCartney vs. Georgetown, 2/16/13 ............................................. 5, Katie Schwarzmann, Maryland, 2/16/11 ...............................................5, Karri Ellen Johnson, Maryland, 2/16/11 ............................................4, Chelsea Fay vs. William & Mary, 4/14/13 .......................................................4, Stephany Parcell, Temple, 3/27/13 .............................................................4, Kara Secora, Denver, 2/24/13 .....................................4, Caitlin McCartney vs. George Mason, 4/22/12 ............................................. 4, Chelsea Fay vs. George Mason, 4/22/12 ................................................. 4, Emily Ellisen, George Mason, 4/22/12 .............................................. 4, Monica Zabel, James Madison, 4/20/12 .............................................................. 4, Alicia Krause, UMBC, 3/7/12 ................................................................4, Lindsay Cox, UMBC, 3/7/12 ..........................................................4, Chelsea Fay vs. Lehigh, 2/25/12 ............................................. 4, Caitlin McCartney vs. Villanova, 2/22/12 ................................4, Morgan Leonard vs. Saint Mary’s (Calif.), 3/29/11 .............................4, Holly Burman (UD) vs. Saint Mary’s (Calif.), 3/29/11 .....................................................4, Julianna Jeffers vs. Temple, 3/19/11 ........................................................ 4, Corrine Drost vs. Loyola, 3/16/11 ...................................................... 4, Ali Libertini vs. Maryland, 2/16/11 .............................................................4, Alex Aust, Maryland, 2/16/11 ..................................................... 4, Meg Decker, Loyola (Md.), 3/16/11

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STADIUM RECORDS ...............................................3, Chelsea Fay vs. Old Dominion, 4/12/13 ...................................... 3, Caitlin McCartney vs. Old Dominion, 4/12/13 .................................................3, Christina Rea, Old Dominion, 4/12/13 ........................................................3, Allison Hahn vs. Towson, 3/31/13 ......................................................... 3, Chelsea Fay vs. Temple, 3/27/13 ........................................ 3, McKenzie Rafferty vs. Loyola (Md.), 3/13/13 .................................................3, Caitlin McCartney vs. Denver, 2/24/13 ............................................... 3, Kelyn Freedman, Georgetown, 2/16/13 ....................................................... 3, Kelsi Bozel, Georgetown, 2/16/13 ............................................3, Allison Hahn vs. James Madison, 4/20/12 ........................................... 3, Bridget Burns vs. James Madison, 4/20/12 .................................... 3, Caitlin McCartney vs. James Madison, 4/20/12 ....................................................3, Ariel Lane, James Madison, 4/20/12 ........................................................3, Blair King vs. Penn State, 3/10/12 ............................................. 3, Maggie McCormick, Penn State, 3/10/12 ................................................... 3, Theresa Zichelli, Penn State, 3/10/12 .............................................................. 3, Abby Wilson, UMBC, 3/7/12 ......................................................3, Shannon Burns vs. La Salle, 3/2/12 ............................................................ 3, Julie McBrien, Lehigh, 2/25/12 ......................................................3, Chelsea Fay vs. Villanova, 2/22/12 ................................................ 3, Julianna Jeffers vs. Maryland, 2/16/11 ....................................................3, Grace Gavin, Loyola (Md.), 3/16/11 ................................................... 3, Marlee Paton, Loyola (Md.), 3/16/11 ...................................................... 3, Stephanie Parcell, Temple, 3/19/11 .........................................................3, Ashley Waldron, Towson, 4/2/11 Most Assists, Individual (3 Minimum): .......................................................3, Stephany Parcell, Temple, 3/27/13 ............................................ 3, Allison Hahn vs. George Mason, 4/22/12 .........................................................3, Holly Burman vs. Towson, 4/2/11 ............................. 3, Kalyn McDonough vs. Saint Mary’s (Calif.), 3/29/11 ....................................... 3, Ali Libertini vs. Saint Mary’s (Calif.), 3/29/11 .......................................................... 3, Ali Libertini vs. Temple, 3/19/11 .....................................................3, Sarah Mollison, Maryland, 2/16/11 Most Shots By Individual, Game (7 Minimum): ............................................... 11, Emily Ellisen, George Mason, 4/22/12 ....................................................... 10, Chelsea Fay, vs. Lehigh, 2/25/12 ................................... 9, Caitlin McCartney vs. William & Mary, 4/14/13 ...................................... 8, Caitlin McCartney vs. Old Dominion, 4/12/13 ..................................................... 8, Rhiannon Coogle, Towson, 3/31/13 .................................................8, Caitlin McCartney vs. Temple, 3/27/13 ......................................8, Caitlin McCartney vs. George Mason 4/22/12 ......................................................8, Shannon Burns vs. La Salle, 3/3/12 .....................................................8, Melanie Sarcinello, La Salle, 3/3/12 ................................................... 8, Justine Donodeo, Villanova, 2/22/12 .......................................... 8, Julianna Jeffers vs. Old Dominion, 4/24/11 ............................................. 7, Chelsea Fay vs. George Mason, 4/22/12 .................................... 7, Caitlin McCartney vs. James Madison, 4/20/12 .............................................................. 7, Alicia Krause, UMBC, 3/7/12 ........................................................7, Shannon Burns vs. UMBC, 3/7/12 ......................................................7, Chelsea Fay vs. Villanova, 2/22/12 .....................................7, Corrine Drost vs. Saint Mary’s (Calif.), 3/29/11 ............................................... 7, Corrine Drost vs. Loyola (Md.), 3/16/11 ................................................ 7, Julianna Jeffers vs. Maryland, 2/16/11 ...............................................7, Lisa Bernardini, Old Dominion, 4/24/11 Most Goalie Saves, Individual (10 Minimum): ............................. 13, Makenzie Worthington vs. Old Dominion, 4/24/11 ............................................. 12, Colleen Nofl, William & Mary, 4/14/13 ...............................................12, Alex Zaugra vs. Georgetown, 2/16/13 .......................... 11, Makenzie Worthington vs. William & Mary, 4/22/11 .............................. 11, Kathleen Worsdale, Saint Mary’s (Calif.), 3/29/11 .............................................................. 11, Mary Teers, Towson, 4/2/11 .........................................................10, Hannah Hook, Denver, 2/24/13 .........................................................10, Megan Corliss, La Salle, 3/3/12

....................................................... 10, Alex Zaugra vs. Lehigh, 2/25/12 ..........................................................10, Jackie Pandolf, Hofstra, 4/8/11 Most Groundballs, Individual, Game (5 Minimum): ...................................................6, Angela Biciocchi vs. Denver, 2/24/13 ........................................... 6, Makenzie Worthington vs. Hofstra, 4/8/11 ..............................................................6, Mary Teeters, Towson, 4/2/11 ................................... 5, Caitlin McCartney vs. William & Mary, 4/14/13 ............................................................ 5, Kate Henrich, Denver, 2/24/13 .............................................5, Alex Zaugra vs. George Mason, 4/22/12 ....................................................... 5, Alex Alois vs. Penn State, 3/10/12 ............................ 5, Makenzie Worthington vs. William & Mary, 4/22/11 Most Draw Controls, Individual (4 Minimum): ......................................................9, Shannon Burns vs. Drexel, 4/13/12 ........................................... 8, Alison Karwoski vs. Georgetown, 2/16/13 .................................................6, Caitlin McCartney vs. Temple, 3/27/13 .......................................................... 5, Paige Duncan, Towson, 3/31/13 ..........................................................5, Nicole Tiernan, Temple, 3/27/13 ......................................... 5, Shannon Burns vs. George Mason, 4/22/12 .....................................5, Caitlin McCartney vs. George Mason, 4/22/12 ............................................... 5, Amy Roguski, James Madison, 4/20/12 .............................................................. 5, Kristen Bilney, UMBC, 3/7/12 .........................................................5, Holly Burman vs. Towson, 4/2/11 ........................................5, Kalyn McDonough vs. Loyola (Md.), 3/16/11 .............................................5, Grace Golden, William & Mary, 4/22/11 ......................................... 5, Jillian Chong, Saint Mary’s (Calif.), 3/29/11 ................................................ 4, Caitlin McCartney vs. Hofstra, 4/21/13 ...............................................4, Chelsea Fay vs. Old Dominion, 4/12/13 ...........................................................4, Taryn VanThof, Loyola, 3/13/13 ...................................................... 4, Shannon Burns vs. Rutgers, 3/9/13 .................................... 4, Caitlin McCartney vs. James Madison, 4/20/12 ........................................................4, Shannon Burns vs. UMBC, 3/7/12 ................................................... 4, Caitlin McCartney vs. UMBC, 3/7/12 ................................................. 4, Caitlin McCartney vs. La Salle, 3/3/12 .......................................................... 4, Chelsea Fay vs. La Salle, 3/3/12 ............................................. 4, Caitlin McCartney vs. Villanova, 2/22/12 ............................................... 4, Bridget Burns vs. Loyola (Md.), 3/16/11 ....................................................4, Grace Gavin, Loyola (Md.), 3/16/11 Most Caused Turnovers, Individual (3 Minimum): ...............................................4, Alex Alois vs. William & Mary, 4/14/13 .............................................................4, Erin Wein vs. Temple, 3/27/13 ....................................................4, Alison Karwoski vs. Denver, 2/24/13 ....................................................... 4, Shawna Giust, Villanova, 2/22/12 .............................................4, Grace Golden, William & Mary, 4/22/11 ...........................................................3, April Iannetta, Hofstra, 4/21/13 ...............................................3, Chelsea Fay vs. Old Dominion, 4/12/13 ................................................3, Carolyn Burns, Old Dominion, 4/12/13 ...........................................................3, Taryn VanThof, Loyola, 3/13/13 .............................................3, Mary Schwartz, George Mason, 4/22/12 ............................................................ 3, Jessica Harkey, UMBC, 3/7/12 ....................................................... 3, Alex Alois vs. Penn State, 3/10/12 ..............................................3, Angela Biciocchi vs. Penn State, 3/10/12 .......................................................3, Kierstan Smith vs. Lehigh, 2/25/12 .............................................3, Quinn Daly vs. William & Mary, 4/22/11 .................................................... 3, Morgan Leonard vs. Hofstra, 4/8/11 ................................................. 3, Kalyn McDonough vs. Towson, 4/2/11 ....................................................3, Grace Gavin, Loyola (Md.), 3/16/11 ............................................ 3, Sarah Johnson, William & Mary, 4/22/11 Most Goals, Team: .......................................................17, Maryland vs. Delaware, 2/16/11 ........................................ 17, Delaware vs. Saint Mary’s (Calif.), 3/29/11

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STADIUM RECORDS ................................................... 16, Georgetown vs. Delaware, 2/16/13 ..............................................15, Delaware vs. William & Mary, 4/14/13 ........................................................... 15, Delaware vs. Temple, 3/27/13 ..............................................................15, UMBC vs. Delaware, 3/7/12 .......................................................... 14, Towson vs. Delaware, 3/31/13 ...................................................14, Loyola (Md.) vs. Delaware, 3/16/11 ........................................................... 14, Delaware vs. Temple, 3/19/11 ............................................... 13, Delaware vs. George Mason, 4/22/12 ...................................................13, Delaware vs. Loyola (Md.), 3/16/11 ................................................. 13, Delaware vs. Saint Joseph’s, 3/23/11 Most Shots, Team: ..............................................35, Delaware vs. William & Mary, 4/14/13 ........................................ 34, Delaware vs. Saint Mary’s (Calif.), 3/29/11 ................................................... 33, Georgetown vs. Delaware, 2/16/13 ................................................ 29, Old Dominion vs. Delaware, 4/24/11 ..............................................................28, UMBC vs. Delaware, 3/7/12 ............................................................28, Delaware vs. La Salle, 3/3/12 ....................................................... 28, Delaware vs. Villanova, 2/22/12 ........................................................... 27, Delaware vs. Temple, 3/27/13 ............................................................27, Loyola vs. Delaware, 3/13/13 ............................................... 27, George Mason vs. Delaware, 4/22/12 ............................................. 27, William & Mary vs. Delaware, 4/22/11 .......................................................... 26, Towson vs. Delaware, 3/31/13 ............................................................26, La Salle vs. Delaware, 3/3/12 Most Groundballs, Team: ............................................................ 26 Delaware vs. Denver, 2/24/13 .................................................... 23 Georgetown vs. Delaware, 2/16/13 ........................................ 23, Delaware vs. Saint Mary’s (Calif.), 3/29/11 .............................................................22, Delaware vs. Hofstra, 4/8/11 ..............................................20, Delaware vs. William & Mary, 4/14/13 ...........................................................20, Denver vs. Delaware, 2/24/13 ............................................... 20, Delaware vs. George Mason, 4/22/12 ............................................................19, La Salle vs. Delaware, 3/3/12 ............................................................ 19, Towson vs. Delaware, 4/2/11 ............................................................18, Drexel vs. Delaware, 4/13/12 ............................................................18, Delaware vs. Lehigh, 2/25/12 Most Draw Controls, Team: ................................................... 17, Georgetown vs. Delaware, 2/16/13 ...................................................17, Delaware vs. Loyola (Md.), 3/16/11 ........................................................... 16, Delaware vs. Temple, 3/27/13 .......................................................15, Delaware vs. Maryland, 2/16/11 ........................................ 15, Delaware vs. Saint Mary’s (Calif.), 3/29/11 ............................................................ 15, Delaware vs. Towson, 4/2/11 .......................................................... 14, Towson vs. Delaware, 3/31/13 ............................................... 14, Delaware vs. George Mason, 4/22/12 ............................................................14, La Salle vs. Delaware, 3/3/12 ............................................. 14, William & Mary vs. Delaware, 4/22/11 ................................................... 13, Delaware vs. Georgetown, 2/16/13 ...............................................13, James Madison vs. Delaware, 4/20/12 ............................................................13, Delaware vs. La Salle, 3/3/12 ............................................................13, Lehigh vs. Delaware, 2/25/12 ...............................................12, Delaware vs. James Madison, 4/20/12

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Most Goals, Team: ....................... 21, Delaware vs. Vermont, 3/19/00 ....................................................... 21, Delaware vs. Villanova, 3/16/05 Most Goals, Half, Team: ................................13 vs. Loyola, 4/24/07 ....................................................................... 13 vs. Villanova, 3/16/05 Least Goals, Team: ...................................... 2, Drexel vs. UD, 4/1/99 .................................................................... 2, Vermont vs. UD, 3/19/00 Most Shots, Team: ................................45, UD vs. Villanova, 4/27/07 Most Goals, Individual: ................................................... 8, Gail Decker, James Madison, 4/9/04 ....................................................7, Jill Toomey, George Mason, 4/20/03 ........................................ 6, Sarah Edwards vs. James Madison, 3/25/00 ........................................................... 6, Kristie Leggio, Denver, 2/28/06 ................................... 6, Casey McCrudden vs. St. Bonaventure, 3/21/07 .................................................. 6, Kim Griffin, James Madison, 4/11/08 .........................................6, Stephanie Allen vs. William & Mary, 4/5/09 .................................................... 5, Megan Santacroce, Loyola, 4/24/99 ................................................. 5, Megan Fortunato vs. Rutgers, 3/15/00 ................................................. 5, Jenny Heister, Old Dominion, 3/10/01 ..........................................5, Michelle Campolettano vs. Denver, 3/21/04 ............................................... 5, Casey McCrudden vs. Towson, 3/25/05 ......................................................5, Emily Hoesch vs. Delaware, 4/9/06 ...........................................5, Casey McCrudden vs. Penn State, 4/12/06 ............................................................ 5, Kate McHarg, Loyola, 4/24/07 .................................................5, Casey McCrudden vs. UMBC, 3/10/08 ......................................................... 5, Nicole Flego vs. UMBC, 3/10/08 ............................................................. 5, Katie Muth vs. Drexel, 4/4/08 ...................................................... 5, Theresa Bucci, Penn State, 3/13/10 ........................................................5, Carter Foote, Vanderbilt, 3/28/10 .......................................... 5, Casey Ancarrow, James Madison, 4/11/10 ................................................ 5, Blair King vs. James Madison, 4/11/10 Most Assists, Individual: ................................................ 5, Kristy Manas, George Mason, 4/20/03 ...................................................... 5, Kathleen McPike, Hofstra, 4/20/00 ...................................................... 5, Mary Key, Johns Hopkins, 4/19/06 .............................................. 5, Monica Zabel, James Madison, 4/11/10 Most Assists By A Delaware Player: .................................................. 4, Kristin Cellucci vs. Villanova, 3/16/05 ........................................4, Casey McCrudden vs. Loyola (Md.), 4/24/07 .................................................. 3, Megan Fortunato vs. Temple, 4/27/99 ................................................3, Megan Fortunato vs. Vermont, 3/19/00 ...................................................... 3, Shannon Kron vs. Denver, 3/21/04 ........................................................ 3, Becky Rausa vs. Towson, 3/25/05 ...........................................3, Megan Hager vs. George Mason, 4/14/06 .......................................3, Emily Schaknowski vs. Virginia Tech, 3/27/07 .............................................................3, Katie Muth vs. Towson, 4/1/07 .....................................3, Emily Schaknowski vs. St. Bonaventure, 3/8/08 ...................................................3, Blair King vs. George Mason, 4/9/10 Most Goalie Saves, Delaware: ........................................... 20, Laurie Tortorelli vs. Boston Univ., 4/14/01 Most Goalie Saves, Opponent: ....................................................... 20, Sheena Ommen, Temple, 5/2/01

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Record at Rullo Stadium: ...............................................55-40 (.579) First Game:........................March 14, 1999, Delaware vs. Old Dominion ............................................................(snowed out 12 minutes into game) First Official Game: ................. April 1, 1999 vs. Drexel (UD won 19-2) First Goal Scored: ..... Amy Sullivan vs. Drexel, 4/1/99 (0:57 into game)

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ADMINISTRATION Media Relations Eric Ziady Athletics Director athletics-dir@udel.edu Scott Selheimer Assistant Director of Athletics, Nancy Wick Administrative Assistant nwick@udel.edu Media Relations/Sports Info. Director selheime@udel.edu Samantha Huge Dep. Dir./Special Asst.to the President skhuge@udel.edu Kevin Tritt Assistant Sports Information Director ktritt@udel.edu Athletic Development / Alumni Relations Maggie Hayon Assistant Sports Information Director mhayon@udel.edu Tim Ford Senior Associate Director Jessica Calderone Sports Information Intern jesscald@udel.edu of Athletics/Development timford@udel.edu Linda Brock Administrative Assistant lindamac@udel.edu Lauren Hylton Director of Annual Giving/Special Gifts lhylton@udel.edu Multimedia Phil Tribble Associate Director of Development ptribble@udel.edu Jimmy Smith Assistant Director of Athletics, Ellen Reed Alumni Relations/Special Events Manager eereed@udel.edu Multimedia Services jimsmith@udel.edu Diana Woodring Administrative Assistant diwood@udel.edu Jim Lowery Multimedia Intern jlowery@udel.edu Athletic Training Recreation Dan Watson Assistant AD/Head Athletic Trainer dwatson@udel.edu Jake Olkkola Associate Director of Athletics, Joan Couch Associate Head Athletic Trainer jmcouch@udel.edu Recreation Services olkkola@udel.edu Jonathan Boone Assistant Athletic Trainer jboone@udel.edu Adam Jines Assistant Director, Recreation Services jines@udel.edu Kelly Stafford Assistant Athletic Trainer kelsta@udel.edu Tony Goldston Assistant Director, Recreation Services goldston@udel.edu Shawn Hanlon Graduate Assistant hanlon@udel.edu Christine Klimik Assistant Director, Recreation Services cklimik@udel.edu Emily Henderson Graduate Assistant emilyhen@udel.edu Bruce Thompson Assistant Director, Recreation Services brucet@udel.edu Kelly McGuire Graduate Assistant kmcguire@udel.edu John Hubbard Service Supervisor, Recreation Services jhub@udel.edu Kelsey Shonk Graduate Assistant shonkke@udel.edu Delphine Lewis Records Specialist, Recreation Services delphine@udel.edu Sean Stryker Graduate Assistant stryker@udel.edu Whitney Coleman Potts Fitness Coordinator wcoleman@udel.edu Andrew Waer Graduate Assistant awaer@udel.edu Linda Baird Records Analyst/Recreation & Club Sports lindab@udel.edu Business Operations Megan Gainey Club Spirit Coordinator mgainey@udel.edu Augie Maurelli Senior Associate Director of Athletics Deborah Cooper CSB Receptionist dacooper@udel.edu for Business Operations maurelli@udel.edu Cathy Evans Recreation Accountant cme@udel.edu Scott Eatough Associate Director of Athletics, Staci Truitt Office Coordinator, Recreation Services staci@udel.edu Business Operations eatough@udel.edu Jersey Torta Operations Coordinator, Recreation Services jersey@udel.edu Tim Anger Athletics Business Manager tanger@udel.edu Lauren Burns Intramural Coordinator Kristy Nix Assistant Athletics Business Manager knix@udel.edu Sports Medicine Sandy McFoy Insurance Coordinator smcfoy@udel.edu Dr. Andrew Reisman Assistant Director of Athletics Lisa Bishop Administrative Assistant bishop@udel.edu for Sports Medicine areisman@udel.edu Cheerleading Dr. Kristopher Fayock Sports Medicine Physician Ben Schreiber Spirit Coord./Head Cheer Coach bschreib@udel.edu Dr. Bradley Sandella Sports Medicine Physician Compliance Lisa Sinclair, RN Sports Medicine Nurse lsinc@udel.edu Rick Stumpf Assoc. Director of Athletics Compliance rstumpf@udel.edu Mary Zagar, RN Sports Medicine Nurse mzagar@udel.edu Lauren Harris Compliance Coordinator lharris@udel.edu Strength & Conditioning Melissa Facciolo Compliance Intern melissfa@udel.edu Brian Hess Head Coach bhess@udel.edu Equipment Melissa Boldt Assistant Coach mboldt@udel.edu Kevin Rose Head Equipment Manager kmrose@udel.edu Kyle Hobbs Assistant Coach khobbs@udel.edu Jen Burdette Assistant Equipment Manager jjb@udel.edu Trevor Williams Assistant Coach tcwill@udel.edu Chriz Velez Assistant Equipment Manager velezc@udel.edu Packer Larson Graduate Assistant gelarson@udel.edu External Relations Student Services for Athletes Stacey Bunting-Thompson sbt@udel.edu Tim Morrissey Director tmorris@udel.edu Senior Associate Director of Athletics, External Relations James Coleman Assistant Director jcoleman@udel.edu Linda Brock Administrative Assistant lindamac@udel.edu Rachel Fineberg Assistant Director fineberg@udel.edu Facilities Christine Motta Assistant Director, Career Services cmotta@udel.edu Joe Shirley Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Facilities, Jessica Spangler Academic Coordinator spangler@udel.edu Operations, and Capital Projects jshirley@udel.edu Nigel Brown Academic Counselor nbrown@udel.edu Susan Groff Costa Associate Director of Athletics groff@udel.edu Kiara Crutchfield Academic Counselor kiarasc@udel.edu Alicia Greco Walker Associate Dir. of Athletics, Events/Ops agreco@udel.edu Marie Severns Office Coordinator severns@udel.edu Danny Neeson Operations Assistant dneeson@UDel.Edu Ticket Operations Alissa Alker Operations Graduate Assistant alissa@udel.edu Trent Bartling Assistant Director of Athletics, Vest Johnson Assistant Director of Operations, BCC vestj@udel.edu Ticketing Operations tbart@udel.edu George Watson Technical Coordinator, BCC watson@udel.edu Denita Patrick Box Office Coordinator dypat@udel.edu Karen Lofthouse Events Coordinator, BCC kloft@udel.edu Barbara Fleming Season Ticket Manager bfleming@udel.edu Mike Loftus Asst. Dir., Grounds, Facilities & Auxiliary Services mloftus@udel.edu _ Seth Greenwood Manager, Grounds Services sethg@udel.edu Baseball Ice Arena Jim Sherman Head Coach sherman@udel.edu Jim Kaden Manager, Ice Arenas & Outdoor Pool kaden@udel.edu Dan Hammer Associate Head Coach hammer@udel.edu Eric Nelson Service Supervisor, UD Ice Arenas gofish@udel.edu Brian Walker Assistant Coach brwalker@udel.edu Angela Cardello Program Coordinator aviviano@udel.edu Mel Bacon Assistant Coach Jeffrey Doucette Building Supervisor jdouc@udel.edu Men's Basketball Stas Kukulka Service Supervisor 03993@udel.edu Monté Ross Head Coach rossm@udel.edu Sally Pruett Records Specialist, UD Ice Arena spruett@udel.edu Jeff Rafferty Associate Head Coach jraff@udel.edu IMG Chris Cheeks Assistant Coach ccheeks@udel.edu Lucas Kraut General Manager, Phil Martelli, Jr. Assistant Coach pmjr@udel.edu Blue Hen IMG Sports Network Lucas.Kraut@imgworld.com Saul Rafel-Frankel Director of Operations saulf@udel.edu Tim Goldwater Account Executive, Mitch Smucker Video Coordinator mitch.smucker@gmail.com Blue Hen IMG Sports Network Tim.Goldwater@img.com Linda Brock Administrative Assistant lindamac@udel.edu Marketing & Promotions Women's Basketball Kristy Fletcher Assistant Director of Athletics, Tina Martin Head Coach tmartin@udel.edu Marketing & Promotions kfletch@udel.edu Jeanine Radice Associate Head Coach radice@udel.edu Lauren Baker Asst. Director of Marketing/Promotions lbaker@udel.edu Tom Lochner Assistant Coach lochner@udel.edu Ben Schreiber Marketing Coordinator bschreib@udel.edu Tiara Malcom Assistant Coach tmalcom@udel.edu Allison Daly Director of Operations adaly@udel.edu Linda Brock Administrative Assistant lindamac@udel.edu

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STAFF DIRECTORY Cross Country/Track & Field Wendy McFarlane Head Coach wendym@udel.edu Tim Brock Assistant Coach tbrock@udel.edu Terence Gadson Assistant Coach Larry Pratt Assistant Coach discoach@aol.com Field Hockey Rolf van de Kerkhof Head Coach kerkhof@udel.edu Lynn Farquhar Assistant Coach lfarq@udel.edu Kim Kinsella Assistant Coach kkinsell@udel.edu Football Dave Brock Head Coach football-office@udel.edu Sean Devine Offensive Coordinator devinese@udel.edu Tim Weaver Defensive Coordinator tweaver@udel.edu John Perry Quarterbacks Coach perryj@udel.edu Brian Ginn Wide Receivers Coach bginn@udel.edu Tony Lucas Running Backs Coach lucast@udel.edu Devin Fitzsimmons Tight Ends Coach dpfitz@udel.edu Henry Baker Cornerbacks Coach hbaker@udel.edu Tom McEntire Safeties Coach mcentire@udel.edu Mike Donovan Defensive Quality Control mdonovan@udel.edu Fritz Stueber Offensive Quality Control fstueber@udel.edu Dennis Dottin-Carter Assistant Coach dennisdc@udel.edu Jerry Oravitz Director of Football Operations joravitz@udel.edu David Baylor Player Development dbaylor@udel.edu Jude Moser Administrative Assistant judem@del.edu Men's Golf Mike Keogh Head Coach mkeogh@udel.edu Patrick Aylward Assistant Coach paylward@udel.edu Tommy Ellison Assistant Coach Women's Golf Patty Post Head Coach plpost@udel.edu Brendon Post Assistant Coach Men's Lacrosse Bob Shillinglaw Head Coach bobshil@udel.edu Greg Carroll Associate Head Coach gcarroll@udel.edu Noah Fossner Assistant Coach nfossner@udel.edu Alec Jernstedt Volunteer Assistant Coach Women's Lacrosse Kateri Linville Head Coach linville@udel.edu Kristen Carr Assistant Coach ckristen@udel.edu Kristin Hopson Assistant Coach khopson@udel.edu Rowing Kevin Gruber Head Coach kgruber@udel.edu Ryan Hurley Assistant Coach jrhurley@udel.edu Holly Dodge Assistant Coach Courtney Levering Assistant Coach cring@udel.edu Men's Soccer Ian Hennessy Head Coach hennesia@udel.edu Jon Scheer Assistant Coach jjscheer@udel.edu Keith Duncan Assistant Coach Matt Haney Assistant Coach haneym@udel.edu Women's Soccer Scott Grzenda Head Coach sag@udel.edu Nitan Soni Assistant Coach nsoni@udel.edu Brian Sprinkle Assistant Coach bsprink@udel.edu Kim Fearnbach Graduate Assistant Coach Softball Jaime Wohlbach Head Coach wohlbach@udel.edu Lauren Cognigni Assistant Coach cognigni@udel.edu John Seneca Assistant Coach seneca@udel.edu Lara Andrews Assistant Coach landrews@udel.edu Men’s and Women’s Swimming & Diving John Hayman Head Coach hayman@udel.edu Pablo Marmolejo Assistant Coach pablom@udel.edu Kelly-Ayn McKay Assistant Coach kmckay@udel.edu Douglas Cooper Assistant Coach Men's and Women’s Tennis Laura Travis Head Coach leroy@udel.edu Austin Longacre Associate Head Coach austinl@udel.edu Vince Maximo Assistant Coach vmaximo@udel.edu John Marte Assistant Coach Volleyball Bonnie Kenny Head Coach bjkenny@udel.edu Cindy Gregory Associate Head Coach cgregory@udel.edu Craig Boller Assistant Coach bollercr@udel.edu Dana Griskowitz Director of Operations dgrisk@udel.edu

HEAD COACHES

Jim Sherman Baseball

Monté Ross Men’s Basketball

Tina Martin Women’s Basketball

Wendy McFarlane XC/Track & Field

Rolf van de Kerkhof Field Hockey

Dave Brock Football

Mike Keogh Men’s Golf

Patty Post Women’s Golf

Bob Shillinglaw Men’s Lacrosse

Kateri Linville Women’s Lacrosse

Kevin Gruber Rowing

Ian Hennessy Men’s Soccer

Scott Grzenda Women’s Soccer

Jaime Wohlbach Softball

John Hayman Swim/Dive

Laura Travis Tennis

Bonnie Kenny Volleyball

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athletics facilities BOB CARPENTER CENTER Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball

The Bob Carpenter Center, named in honor of longtime University board of trustee member, athletic benefactor, and former Philadelphia Phillies owner R.R.M. “Bob” Carpenter Jr. who died in 1990, serves as home for the University’s basketball and volleyball programs as well as a site for a wide variety of other events such as convocations, concerts, and banquets. Special features of the facility are a 120-person football locker room, men’s and women’s basketball locker rooms, administrative offices, the state-ofthe-art Chuck Hall Memorial Weight Room, and athletic training rooms. The BCC also includes a comfortable glass-walled reception lounge area with views into Delaware Stadium and to the Acierno Arena; and a scoreboard with a color video message center. The BCC served as host to the First and Second Rounds of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament.

DELAWARE STADIUM

Football, Men’s Lacrosse, Women’s Lacrosse

Built in 1952, Delaware Stadium (Tubby Raymond Field) featured a grass surface until February 2010 when an artificial FieldTurf surface was installed. The stadium seats 22,000, giving Delaware the largest playing facility for lacrosse in the CAA and among the largest in the nation. Prior to the 2000 season, eight poles of permanent broadcast-quality lights were installed by Musco Lighting. In addition, the South End Zone bleachers were also replaced. A new 40 x 34-foot scoreboard, including a 40 x 16 video screen, was installed prior to the 2008 football season and is located at the North end of Delaware Stadium. Live video play-by-play action, replays, and features are shown throughout football, men’s lacrosse, and women’s lacrosse games.

BOB HANNAH STADIUM Baseball

Formerly called Delaware Diamond, Bob Hannah Stadium is the home of the Blue Hen Baseball team. The stadium was renamed in May 2000 in honor of longtime baseball coach Bob Hannah, who announced his retirement after a legendary 36year career. Features of the stadium include an enclosed press box, an outdoor batting cage, and banners on the outfield fence signifying Delaware’s numerous conference titles and NCAA appearances. The field dimensions are 330 down the left and rightfield lines and 400 to center field while the stadium seats 1,300. Major renovations to the facility will be made prior to the 2014 season including installation of artificial turf, new dugouts and bullpens, batting cages, a seating berm, updated stadium fencing and storage capacity.

SOFTBALL STADIUM Softball

The stadium includes seating for approximately 500, a dirt infield, and dugouts. Prior to the 2010 season, the stadium underwent renovations to include new bleachers, a press box, new scoreboard, and batting cages.

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RULLO STADIUM

Field Hockey

This state-of-the-art stadium was dedicated on September 18, 1998. Its construction was made possible, in part, by the generous donation of one UD alumnus: Fred P. Rullo Jr., AS ‘63, a former baseball and football letterwinner, and his wife, Madeleine. Rullo Stadium features an artificial turf surface (Astro Turf-12 surface installed in 2008) covering 122,928 square feet (2.82 acres) permits a full-sized game field for all applicable sports as well as two side-by-side practice areas running across the field. There is bleacher seating for approximately 2,000 fans, lights, a press box, a multi-sport scoreboard and blacktopped parking behind the bleachers.

DELAWARE MINI-STADIUM Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Outdoor Track & Field

The University of Delaware Mini-Stadium, located just east of the Delaware Stadium, includes fields for soccer and and a quarter-mile all-weather track. The Mini-Stadium is currently undergoing extensive renovations with the installation of a new all-weather track. During the summer of 2000, the Mini-Stadium saw the installation of a new natural grass (Bluegrass) playing surface with a drainage and irrigation system, and television quality light standards. During the summer of 2011, Delaware Mini-Stadium got another facelift. The previous surface, a Rye/Fuscue, mix was replaced with Bermuda grass, making Delaware Mini-Stadium one of the premier natural fields in the Colonial Athletic Association.

Rawstrom Natatorium Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving

The Harry W. Rawstrom Natatorium in Carpenter Sports Building has served as home for the University of Delaware men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams for over nearly 50 years. Rawstrom Natatorium is named in honor of Harry W. Rawstrom, who served as head coach of the Blue Hen men’s swimming and diving team from 1946 until 1981. A member of the UD Athletics Hall of Fame and Delaware Sports Hall of Fame, Rawstrom passed away in 1994. The pool was dedicated and named in his honor in 1991. The 15,000-square foot natatorium includes a 25-yard pool, a diving well with 1-meter, 3-meter, and platform boards, seating for approximately 700 fans, school and pool record boards, an electrical timing scoreboard and offices.

DELAWARE FIELD HOUSE Men’s & Women’s Tennis, Indoor Practice Facility

The Delaware Field House was constructed in 1966 and is the site of the home outdoor courts for the Women’s and Men’s Tennis teams in addition to locker rooms, athletic offices and an athletic training room. The facility was the home of Blue Hen basketball until the completion of the Bob Carpenter Center. Following the summer of 2013, the Delaware Field House will be transformed into a first-class indoor practice facility with an artificial turf surface; and the total resurfacing of two natural grass soccer practice fields that are also used for summer youth camps.

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what is a blue hen? The University of Delaware’s athletic teams are proud to have one of the most unique nicknames in all of college athletics – “The Fightin’ Blue Hens.” It is a name they carry with pride that stretches back over 200 years of history of the state of Delaware. The Blue Hen nickname has been continuously used by all University of Delaware intercollegiate teams since 1911. On December 9, 1775, the Continental Congress resolved that a military battalion was to be raised from the lower three counties along the Delaware River. Thus was born the Delaware Regiment, a group of eight companies representing New Castle, Kent and Sussex counties. The second company was composed of men from Kent County and was under the command of Captain John Caldwell, an avid fan and owner of gamecocks. The militia often amused themselves by staging cock fights with these birds which were of a breed known as the Kent County Blue Hen, having some blue plumage. The renown of these chickens spread rapidly during that time when cock fighting was a popular form of amusement, and the “Blue Hens’ Chickens” quickly developed a reputation for ferocity and fighting success. Captain Caldwell’s company likewise acquired a considerable reputation for its own fighting prowess in engagements with the British at Long Island, White Plains, Trenton, and Princeton, and was soon known as “the Blue Hen Chicken” company. One version of the story states that Caldwell’s company rushed into battle screaming “We’re sons of the Blue Hen and we’re game to the end!” Captain Caldwell’s company was part of Col. John Haslet’s first Delaware regiment that formed near the outset of the Revolution in January, 1776, and in August, 1781, remnants of the regiment were still battling at Eutaw Springs, SC. Although often referred to as “The Fighting Delawares,” Haslet’s regiment also won the sobriquet, “The Blue Hen Chickens,” which has become the nickname for all Delawareans. The name was formally adopted by the Delaware General Assembly in April, 1939 when the “Blue Hen Chicken” was named the official state bird. The University of Delaware’s College of Agricultural Sciences maintains a breeding group of the Blue Hen Chicken on its campus farm in Newark. The UD mascot, YoUDee, made his debut in September 1993. YoUDee stands 6-foot, 8-inches tall with a 6-1 wing-span and size 28FF sneakers. Another mascot, the pint-sized Baby Blue, was introduced during the 1999-2000 athletic season. YoUDee is a familiar figure at most University of Delaware athletics events and makes numerous appearances on campus and throughout the community each year.

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about delaware History The University of Delaware, a state assisted institution, is a Land Grant, Sea Grant, Space Grant, Carnegie Research University (very high research activity). UD has origins dating to 1743 when a petition by the Presbytery of Lewes, Delaware, expressed the need for educated clergy led distinguished Colonial scholar, Rev. Dr. Francis Alison, to open a small school in New London, Pa., in 1743. By 1765, the school had been moved to Newark, where in 1769 it received a charter as the Academy of Newark from Thomas and Richard Penn. New Ark College opened as a degree-granting institution in 1834 and the Academy was merged with it. The institution was renamed Delaware College in 1843 and then closed in 1859 because of financial problems. Funds provided by the Morrill Land-Grant College Act of 1862 led to its reopening in 1870. The Women’s College was opened in 1914. In 1921, the two colleges – Delaware College and the Women’s College – merged and became the University of Delaware. LOCATION Our location in Newark, Del., provides a comfortable small town college atmosphere. Newark, with a population of approximately 30,000, is midway between New York City and Washington, D.C., and in close proximity to both Philadelphia and Baltimore. The campus is only minutes from Interstate 95 in one of the most heavily populated corridors in the country, and the University is an active participant in a state that is one of the nation’s top corporate centers. CAMPUS The quality of education at the University of Delaware is enhanced by its Newark campus, a 1,000-acre tract featuring stately elm trees and Georgian architecture that gives the University its picturesque and traditional atmosphere. The Delaware campus is one combining beauty and function – an ideal learning environment. Sixteen University buildings are listed on the National Register of Historical Places. At the University of Delaware you learn, but you learn about more than books – you learn about life. Interacting within the diverse 16,000 undergraduate student population provides growth for the total person. Institutional Accreditation The University of Delaware has been continuously accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education since that association’s inception in 1921. The University’s accreditation was reaffirmed in 2011 and its next selfstudy evaluation is scheduled for 2016. The regional, national and specialized accrediting organizations that accredit UD’s programs and degrees appear at the end of this book. Enrollment Fall 2012 enrollment totals 21,856 which include 17,484 undergraduates, 3,654 graduate students, and 718 professional and continuing studies students. 16,639 (95%) of undergraduate and 2,816 (77%) of graduate students are enrolled on a full-time basis. MAJOR PROGRAMS With eight distinct undergraduate colleges offering 124 degree programs from which to choose, Delaware allows study in everything from accounting to agriculture, English to engineering, philosophy to physical therapy. UD offers 3 associate’s programs, 146 bachelor’s programs, 119 master’s programs (with 15 joint degrees offered within), and 58 doctoral programs. Students and graduates are exposed to many research and internship oppor-

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ABOUT DELAWARE tunities just minutes from campus at major corporations such as the Bank of America, DuPont Co., Hercules, ICI Americas Inc., Morgan Bank, Chase Manhattan, and a host of others. In addition, more than 700 companies regularly recruit employees from the University’s graduating senior class, putting the University of Delaware among the top schools in the Mid-Atlantic area for career placement. Distinguished Faculty UD’s exceptional faculty includes internationally known authors, scientists and artists, among them a Nobel laureate, Guggenheim and Fulbright fellows, members of the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering and American Association for the Advancement of Science. UD has more than 100 endowed professorships, honoring distinguished teachers and scholars recognized by their peers on campus, across the nation and around the world. Global Perspective A leader in international education, UD offered the first study-abroad program in the world in 1923, and celebrates its 90th anniversary of study abroad in 2013. UD ranks third nationally among public doctoral institutions in studyabroad participation. More than one of every three UD undergraduate students (34.7%) studies overseas; programs are offered in nearly 50 countries. In 2010, the Education Advisory Board’s University Leadership Council cited UD’s studyabroad program as a model. Stellar Scholars UD attracts talented, accomplished students and cultivates an environment in which they thrive. The University has graduated 12 Rhodes scholars since the celebrated program began in 1904. Our most recent Rhodes scholar—2011 graduate Matthew Watters—is now studying global health science at Oxford. UD also produces numerous Marshall and Truman scholars, and has been named a Truman Scholarship Honor Institution for its outstanding record of Truman scholars selected. In 2012, junior chemical and biomolecular engineering major Alexandra Bayles won the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, one of 282 awarded nationwide to students who show exceptional promise in science, technology, engineering and math. Commitment to Community Service In 2012, UD was named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction; it was the fifth-straight year that UD was named to the honor roll, and the third time the University earned the even more elite “with distinction” designation. The honor roll is the highest federal recognition for volunteering, service learning and civic engagement. Susan Serra, Office of Service Learning coordinator at UD, said the selection is a tribute to the University. “It’s gratifying to have UD recognized for the outstanding work our faculty and students are doing in reaching out to the community.” More than 12,000 students—over half of UD’s student population—donated 140,000 hours to community service projects in 2010–11, from teaching opera to middle school students, to developing computer databases for the Food Bank of Delaware. The Spirit of Delaware UD’s spirit teams regularly take top honors in national competition. YoUDee, the Fightin’ Blue Hens mascot and a member of the Mascot Hall of Fame, clinched the 2012 Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) national championship in Orlando, Florida—its second-straight championship, and its fourth in 11 years. UD’s cheerleading squad finished second in the UCA Division I championships, and the dance team, also Division I, took second place in the hip-hop finals. The highly regarded UD Marching Band is 300 members strong and performs championship-caliber halftime shows at football games.

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NOTABLE BLUE HENS Since its inception in 1743, the University of Delaware has steadily produced some of the most productive and accomplished members of our society. From statesmen to scientists to sports figures, the Blue Hen family boasts a lengthy list of prominent alumni. Delaware is one of only five colleges in the nation to have produced a signer of the Declaration of Independence, a Secretary of State and a Vice President. Harvard, Princeton, William & Mary and Yale anre the only other institutions to have a similarly prestigious alumni base. The Blue Hen family also consists of several worldrenowned inventors, a pioneer in the computer industry. Astronauts and acclaimed aeronautical experts have also been known to call Newark home during their collegiate careers. In the entertainment industry, Delaware has been a steady producer of both top-flight athletes and awardwinning entertainers. From Hall of Fame professional athletes to Emmy-nominated actors, Delaware has continued to supply the world with entertainment.

Page Kennedy ....Actor, Desperate Housewives/Weeds Michael F. Koehler ........................ CEO, Teradata Mike Koplove .... 2008 Olympic Medalist, Baseball Scott Levy ................................ Raven of the WWE Charles Lewis............................. MacArthur Fellow Thomas McKean ... Signer, Declaration of Independence Louis McLane ............................. Secretary of State Tom Mees ............................Original ESPN Anchor Kevin Mench ........................... Former MLB Player Robin Miller ............................Host, Food Network Steve Mosko .................. President, Sony Television

Mike Adams ................NFL Safety, Denver Broncos

Daniel Nathans......................Nobel Prize Winner

Kurt Akeley ............ Principal Researcher, Microsoft

Adam Osborne..........................Computer Pioneer

John L. Anderson....President of Illinois Institute of Tech.

Jeff Pearlman ............................. Sports Journalist

Susan Barnett .... Emmy-winning Anchor/Journalist

Larry Probst........ Chairman, United States Olympic

Joe Biden.............Vice President of the United States

Committee; Executive Chairman, Entertainment Arts

Jill Tracy Biden ......Professor of English at Northern

Dave Raymond ...............Original Phillie Phanatic;

Virginia Community College;

Joe & Jill Biden

Second Lady of the United States of America Scott Brunner ................. Former NFL Quarterback

Ömer Sabanci ........................Turkish businessman

Thomas Carper ....................United States Senator

Alex Smith .................. Professional Lacrosse Player

Bob Carpenter Jr. ..... Former Owner, Phila. Phillies

James Smith .. Signer, Declaration of Independence

David L. Chicoine ...President of S. Dakota St. Univ.

LizAnn Sonders .Chief Invest. Strategist, C. Schwab

Chris Christie........................ New Jersey Governor

Leonard Stark ...................... Current Judge for the

John P. Costas ..............CEO, UBS Investment Bank Richard Dean ......................Fashion Photographer

Owner Raymond Entertainment Group George Read .. Signer, Declaration of Independence

U.S. District Court, Delaware Joe Flacco

Tom Mees

Elena Delle Donne ......................... WNBA Player

Susan Stroman....................... Tony Award-winner Ivory Sully ................................ Former NFL Player

Pat Devlin ..........NFL Quarterback, Miami Dolphins

Mark Swinger ............................Pilot, Blue Angels

Dave DeWalt .............................CEO McAfee, Inc.

Peter Thejll .......... Astrophysicist and climate expert

John Elias ........Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Technology

George Thorogood................................Musician

Joe Flacco.... Baltimore Ravens QB; Super Bowl MVP

Dilshad Vadsaria ......................................Actress

Yvette Freeman ..................................Actress, ER

Lodewijk van den Berg ..... Astronaut, Challenger

Rich Gannon ...2002 NFL MVP; current NFL Analyst

Susan Stroman

Bryan Gordon ...............Emmy-nominated director,

James W. Wagner ......... President of Emory Univ. John Wallace ..................Former Associate Justice,

“Curb Your Enthusiasm”

New Jersey Supreme Court

Robert Gore.............................. Inventor, Gore-Tex

Wayne Westerman .. Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Tech.

Gino Gradkowski ...Baltimore Ravens Guard/Center

Marna Whittington ..............Director, Macy’s, Inc.

Dallas Green .. Manager, 1980 Philadelphia Phillies

Vic Willis ... National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee

Scott Green ..................... Referee, Super Bowl XLIV Steve Harris ...Emmy-nominated Actor, The Practice Jacqueline Jones....................... MacArthur Fellow

Larry Probst

Elena Delle Donne

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Date Opponent Location Feb. 15 Georgetown Washington, D.C. Feb. 19 Lafayette Delaware Stadium Feb. 22 Penn Philadelphia, Pa. March 1 Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. March 5 La Salle Delaware Stadium March 8 Villanova Delaware Stadium March 12 Virginia Tech Delaware Stadium March 15 Temple Philadelphia, Pa. March 19 Monmouth Delaware Stadium March 22 George Washington Washington, D.C. March 30 Towson* Towson, Md. April 4 Drexel* Delaware Stadium April 6 Hofstra* Hempstead, N.Y. April 11 James Madison* Delaware Stadium April 13 William & Mary* Delaware Stadium April 22 Stony Brook Delaware Stadium May 2-4 CAA Tournament Williamsburg, Va.

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