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Heather Hartman

Senior Defense/Midfield Fredericksburg, Va. Mountain View

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Maura Zarkoski

Meghan Winesett

Sophomore Midfield Rosenheim, Germany Karolinen Gymnasium

Freshman Midfield/Defense Trooper, Pa. Villa Maria

Freshman Forward Centreville, Va. Westfield

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r-Freshman Defense/Midfield Mullica Hill, N.J. Clearview Regional

r-Freshman Defense/Midfield Medford, N.J. Shawnee

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Kasey Prettyman

Janell Holmes

Senior Forward Newark, Del. St. Mark’s

Sophomore Defense Harrisburg, Pa. Harrisburg Christian

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Alexa Branco

Rolf van de Kerkhof Head Coach Third Season Fonty’s Hogeschool ‘96

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Sarah Scher

Freshman Goalkeeper Whitehouse Station, N.J. Hunterdon Central

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Emily Arnot

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Fran Orella

Sophomore Midfield Macungie, Pa. Emmaus

Freshman Midfield Amersfoort, The Netherlands

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Allie Mikelson

Marjelle Scheffers

Junior Defense/Midfield Lewes, Del. Cap Henlopen

Michaela Patzner

Sophomore Forward Lewes, Del. Cape Henlopen

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Rebecca Pepper

Freshman Midfield/Defense Annapolis, Md. Annapolis

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Junior Defense Gap, Pa. Coatesville

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Jacki Coveleski

Kelsey McKee

Freshman Midfield/Defense Zeewolde, Netherlands RSG Slingerbos

Kayla Devlin

Senior Midfield Summit, N.J. Summit

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Esmée Peet

Freshman Midfield/Defense State College, Pa. State College Area

Clare O’Malley

r-Freshman Midfield/Forward Vienna, Va. George C. Marshall

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Taylor Meily

r-Sophomore Forward Wilmington, Del. Concord

Maddie O’Beirne

Senior Forward Oxford, N.J. Warren Hills

Freshman Forward Delran, N.J. Merion Mercy

Morgan Hudson

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Toni Popinko

Erica DiPascale

Jestine Angelini

Senior Goalkeeper Pocomoke City, Md. Pocomoke

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Lynn Farquhar

Assistant Coach First Season Old Dominion ‘05

Assistant Coach Second Season UCONN ‘12

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Kim Kinsella

Assistant Coach First Season Missouri State ‘08

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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.......................Rullo Stadium | Astro Turf-12 | Lights | 2,000 Administration President.....................................................................Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Delegate......................................... Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler Director of Athletics & Recreation Services................................... Eric Ziady Dep. Director of Athletics & Recreation Services/SWA..... Samantha K. Huge Senior Associate AD/Facilities, Operations and Capital Projects... Joe Shirley Senior Associate AD/Development................................................ Tim Ford Associate AD/Financial Strategies and Athlete Performance... Augie Maurelli Associate AD/Facilities & Operations.........................Dr. Susan Groff-Costa Associate AD/Business..........................................................Scott Eatough Associate AD/External Relations.......................... Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate AD/Recreation Services...........................................Jake Olkkola Associate AD/Compliance........................................................Rick Stumpf Assistant AD/Media Relations..............................................Scott Selheimer Assistant AD/Operations........................................................ Alicia Greco Assistant AD/Sports Medicine......................................Dr. Andrew Reisman Assistant AD/Athletic Training.................................................... John Smith Assistant AD/Marketing & Promotions....................................Kristy Fletcher Assistant AD/Ticket Operations...............................................Trent Bartling 2012 Field Hockey Season in Review Overall Record ..................................................................................8-12 CAA Record | Finish ................................................................... 3-4 | 5th Home | Away | Neutral ................................................... 3-5 | 4-6 | 1-1 Postseason Play....................................................................................1-1 Defeated William & Mary, 3-2, in CAA Quarters Lost, 1-2, to Drexel in CAA Semifinals 2013 Field Hockey Season Preview Starters Returning/Lost .......................................................................8/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost..............................................................12/5 Newcomers............................................................................................8 Top Returnees.................. Kelsey McKee, Michaela Patzner, Kasey Prettyman Key losses ................................................... Nikki Onorato, Tory Sharpless Delaware Field Hockey History First Year of Field Hockey ......................................................... 1971 (7-1) All-Time Record ........................................................... 449-298-39 (.571) All-Time CAA Record ........................................................... 39-46 (.459) All-Time CAA Tournament Record ..............................................6-7 ( .462) CAA Titles | Last.........................................................................2 | 2009 NCAA Championships........................................................................ n/a NCAA Tournament Appearances | Last........................................8 | 2009 All-Time NCAA Tournament Record...................................................17-10 2013 CREDITS The 2013 University of Delaware Field Hockey 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.

GENERAL INFORMATION Media Relations/Social Media Information....................................... 2 2013 Roster.................................................................................... 3 Roster Breakdown/Pronunciation Guide............................................ 3 2013 BLUE HENS Head Coach Rolf van de Kerkhof ..................................................... 7 Assistant Coach Lynn Farquhar........................................................ 8 Assistant Coach Kim Kinsella............................................................ 9 Volunteer Assistant Coach Jestine Angelini...................................... 10 Returning Players.....................................................................11-22 Jacki Coveleski ............................................................. 11 Heather Hartman........................................................... 12 Janell Holmes................................................................ 13 Morgan Hudson............................................................ 14 Kelsey McKee................................................................ 15 Allie Mikelson................................................................ 16 Clare O’Malley............................................................. 17 Michaela Patzner........................................................... 18 Rebecca Pepper............................................................. 19 Toni Popinko................................................................. 20 Kasey Prettyman............................................................ 21 Sarah Scher.................................................................. 22 Newcomers.............................................................................23-28 Team Photos.................................................................................. 28 2013 OPPONENTS Ohio, Boston, Central Mich., Lafayette, Temple, Mich. State ............. 30 Penn State, Bucknell, Monmouth, W&M, JMU, Towson..................... 31 Princeton, Columbia, Hofstra, Northeastern, Drexel, Villanova.......... 32 2012 SEASON IN REVIEW Statistics....................................................................................... 34 Results.......................................................................................... 35 Team Leaders................................................................................ 36 Game Highs................................................................................. 37 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 2012 Standings............................................................................ 38 2012 Tournament/Honors............................................................. 38 CAA Team Leaders........................................................................ 39 CAA Individual Leaders............................................................40-41 About the CAA........................................................................42-44 BLUE HEN HISTORY All-Time Results/Accomplishments.................................................. 46 All-Time Coaches.......................................................................... 46 Year-by-Year Results.................................................................47-51 All-Time Opponents....................................................................... 52 All-Time Letterwinners...............................................................52-53 Team Records................................................................................ 54 Individual Records......................................................................... 55 Single-Season Leaders................................................................... 56 Career Records............................................................................. 57 Year-by-Year Leaders..................................................................... 58 All-Time Honors............................................................................ 59 Rullo Stadium Records................................................................... 60 ABOUT DELAWARE President Dr. Patrick T. Harker........................................................ 62 Athletics Director Eric Ziady........................................................... 63 Athletics Facilities.......................................................................... 64 What is a Blue Hen?...................................................................... 65 About Delaware.......................................................................66-68 Notable Blue Hens......................................................................... 69

Photography credits: Mark Campbell (henshots.com), Colonial Athletic Association and University of Delaware Photo Services.

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MEDIA RELATIONS Internet Services Archived statistics and live in-game statistics (for home and select road games) can be found at www.bluehens.com Select home games are also streamed free online via Hens All-Access on www.bluehens. com Gameday Interviews Delaware head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof and selected players will be available approximately 10 minutes after the game for post-game interviews. Requests for particular players must be made to the Athletics Media Relations staff prior to the completion of the game.

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

Pregame interview requests for players or coaches should 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 disturbed.

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

Kevin Tritt Assistant SID ktritt@udel.edu

Maggie Hayon Assistant SID Field Hockey 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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Hometown/High School (Previous School)

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Heather Hartman

Sr.

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Fredericksburg, Va./Mountain View

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Erica DiPascale

Fr.

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Delran, N.J./Merion Mercey

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Toni Popinko

Sr.

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Oxford, N.J./Warren Hills

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Maddie O’Beirne

r-Fr.

M/F

Vienna, Va./George C. Marshall

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Morgan Hudson

r-So.

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Wilmington, Del./Concord

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Taylor Meily

Fr.

M/D

State College, Pa./State College Area HS

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Esmée Peet

Fr.

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Zeewolde, The Netherlands/RSG Slingerbos

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Kelsey McKee

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Gap, Pa./Coatesville

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Clare O’Malley

Sr.

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Summit, N.J./Summit

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Kayla Devlin

Fr.

M/D

Annapolis, Md./Annapolis

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Rebecca Pepper

Jr.

D/M

Lewes, Del./Cape Henlopen

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Marjelle Scheffers

Fr.

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Amersfoort, The Netherlands/Stedelijk Gymnasium Johan van Oldenbarnevelt

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Jacki Coveleski

So.

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Lewes, Del./Cape Henlopen

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Michaela Patzner

So.

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Rosenheim, Germany/Karolinen Gymnasium

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Maura Zarkoski

Fr.

M/D

Eagleville, Pa./Villa Maria

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Meghan Winesett

Fr.

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Centreville, Va./Westfield

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Kasey Prettyman

Sr.

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Newark, Del./St. Mark’s

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Janell Holmes

So.

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Harrisburg, Pa./Harrisburg Christian

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Alexa Branco

r-Fr.

D/M

Mullica Hill, N.J./Clearview Regional

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Emily Arnot

r-Fr.

D/M

Medford, N.J./Shawnee

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Allie Mikelson

So.

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Macungie, Pa./Emmaus

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Fran Orella

Fr.

GK

Whitehouse Station, N.J./Hunterdon Central Regional

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Sarah Scher

Sr.

GK

Pocomoke City, Md./Pocomoke

Head Coach: Rolf van de Kerkhof | Fonty’s Hogeschool, The Netherlands ’96 | 3rd Season at UD (17-23) Assistant Coaches:

Lynn Farquhar | Old Dominion ’05 | 1st Season

Kim Kinsella | Missouri State ‘08 | 1st Season

Volunteer Assistant Coach: Jestine Angelini | UCONN ‘12 | 2nd Season Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer: Sean Hanlon | 2nd Season Sports Information: Maggie Hayon | Marquette ’08 | 1st Season | mhayon@udel.edu

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN DELAWARE (4) Jacki Coveleski - Lewes Morgan Hudson - Wilmington Rebecca Pepper - Lewes Kasey Prettyman - Newark MARYLAND (2) Kayla Devlin - Annapolis Sarah Scher - Pocomoke City

The Netherlands

Germany

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Emily Arnot Alexa Branco Jacki Coveleski Kayla Devlin Erica DiPascale Heather Hartman Morgan Hudson Kelsey McKee Taylor Meily Allie Mikelson Maddie O’Beirne Clare O’Malley Fran Orella Michaela Patzner Esmée Peet Rebecca Pepper Toni Popinko Kasey Prettyman Marjelle Scheffers Sarah Scher Meghan Winesett Maura Zarkoski

NEW JERSEY (6) Emily Arnot - Medford Alexa Branco - Mullica Hill Erica DiPascale - Delran Clare O’Malley - Summit Fran Orella - Whitehouse Station Toni Popinko - Oxford

BY POSITION DEFENSE 26 Emily Arnot 25 Alexa Branco 1 Heather Hartman 23 Janell Holmes 11 Kelsey McKee 14 Rebecca Pepper MIDFIELD 13 Kayla Devlin 9 Taylor Meily 28 Allie Mikelson 6 Maddie O’Beirne 12 Clare O’Malley 17 Michaela Patzner 10 Esmée Peet 15 Marjelle Scheffers 18 Maura Zarkoski FORWARD 16 Jacki Coveleski 2 Erica DiPascale 8 Morgan Hudson 3 Toni Popinko 22 Kasey Prettyman 20 Meghan Winesett GOALKEEPER 88 Fran Orella 89 Sarah Scher

PENNSYLVANIA (5) Janell Holmes - Harrisburg Kelsey McKee - Gap Taylor Meily - State College Allie Mikelson - Macungie Maura Zarkoski - Trooper VIRGINIA (3) Heather Hartman - Fredericksburg Maddie O’Beirne - Vienna Meghan Winesett - Centreville GERMANY (1) Michaela Patzner - Rosenheim THE NETHERLANDS (2) Esmée Peet - Zeewolde Marjelle Scheffers - Amersfoort

ATHLETIC ELIGIBILTY SENIORS 1 Heather Hartman 12 Clare O’Malley 3 Toni Popinko 22 Kasey Prettyman 89 Sarah Scher JUNIORS 11 Kelsey McKee 14 Rebecca Pepper SOPHOMORES 8 Morgan Hudson 28 Allie Mikelson 16 Jacki Coveleski 23 Janell Holmes 17 Michaela Patzner FRESHMEN 25 Alexa Branco 26 Emily Arnot 6 Maddie O’Beirne 2 Erica DiPascale 9 Taylor Meily 20 Meghan Winesett 18 Maura Zarkoski 13 Kayla Devlin 88 Fran Orella 10 Esmée Peet 15 Marjelle Scheffers

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ROLF VAN DE KERKHOF head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

HEAD COACH || THIRD SEASON AT DELAWARE || EIGHTH SEASON OVERALL || FONTY’S HOGESCHOOL THE NETHERLANDS ‘96

RESUME Year School Record 2006 Michigan State 8-12 2007 Michigan State 16-6 2008 Michigan State 17-6 2009 Michigan State 18-4 2010 Michigan State 15-6 2011 Delaware 9-10 2012 Delaware 8-12 Delaware Totals 17-22 (.436) MSU Totals 74-34 (.685) Career Totals 91-56 (.619)

Conf. (Finish) 1-5 (7th) 5-1 (2nd) 4-2 (3rd) 6-0 (1st) 3-3 (4th) 4-4 (4th) 3-4 (5th) 7-8 (.467) 19-11 (.633) 26-19 (.578)

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Eight NCAA Tournament Appearances Four Big Ten Semifinals Appearances Two NCAA Final Four Appearances One CAA Semifinals Appearance One Big Ten Regular Season Championship One Big Ten Tournament Championship 2009 Big Ten Coach of the Year 2009 NFHCA West Regional Coach of the Year

Rolf van de Kerkhof will begin his third season at the helm of the Blue Hen field hockey squad in 2013. Hired in December 2010, he became just the sixth head coach in the 42-year history of the program at Delaware. Van de Kerkhof came to Newark, Del. following a 12-year stint as an assistant and head coach at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich. He became the Spartans assistant in 1999 before being named the head coach in 2006. After two seasons at the helm of the Blue Hens, he has led his teams to a record of 17-22 and consecutive trips to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament, including a berth in the semifinals in 2012. His overall record as a college head coach stands at 91-56 over seven seasons. Van de Kerkhof (pronounced “van-duh-kirk-off”) took over the reigns from Carol Miller, who announced her retirement following the 2010 season. He led his first Blue Hen team to a 9-10 record and a berth in the Colonial Athletic Association quarterfinals. Delaware earned votes in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Top 20 poll five times during the season. Four of the losses came by just one goal, including one in overtime. A native of The Netherlands, Van de Kerkhof led his 2010 Michigan State team to a 15-6 overall record and an NCAA Championship first round appearance. The Spartans finished fourth in the Big Ten Conference, earning an at-large berth to the national tournament. He finished his 12th season at Michigan State, the last five as the head coach, following the 2010 campaign. Prior to being named the head coach in February 2006, he spent the previous seven seasons as the team’s top assistant coach. During his time at Michigan State, he helped the Spartans put together the most successful era of the program’s history. After leading the Spartans to both the Big Ten regular season and the Big Ten Tournament titles in 2009, Van de Kerkhof was named the Big Ten Coach of the Year. The team finished the season with a record of 18-4 and reached the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament, where, after defeating Delaware, it fell to Virginia 3-2. Following the 2009 season, Van de Kerkhof was also named the NFHCA West Regional Coach of the Year. MSU posted a 17-6 overall record in 2008, advancing to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament and hosting the first and second rounds at Ralph Young Field. The Spartans dispatched defending national champion North Carolina in the first round before falling in a 1-0 heartbreaker to Iowa in the quarterfinals.

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for the NCAA Tournament, marking the fourth time in Michigan State history that the field hockey team had finished with 15 or more regular-season wins. He was an assistant with the program when the Spartans did the same in 2001, 2002, and 2004. His five-year record as head coach at Michigan State stood at 74-34, including an impressive 33-10 mark over the last two years. As a Spartan assistant, Van de Kerkhof helped the team to an overall record of 106-46 (.697), making two trips to the Final Four, and another two into the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. MSU’s finest season came in 2002, with an overall record of 23-3 and a trip to the Final Four for the first time in program history. Van de Kerkhof brought more than 20 years of playing and coaching experience to the Blue Hens. In addition to the 12 years coaching at Michigan State, he spent 16 years playing field hockey, obtaining experience as a goalkeeper, defender, and midfielder. That experience easily translated into Van de Kerkhof specializing in coaching the goalkeepers and the defensive unit at MSU. In August of 1999, he gave up his playing career to become a full-time coach at the intercollegiate level. Prior to coaching and living in Lansing, Mich., Van de Kerkhof coached the under-12, under-14, under-16, and under-18 boys and girls teams at various clubs while living in The Netherlands. He earned a degree in sports, economics and communication at the Fonty’s Hogeschool in Tilburg, The Netherlands, in 1996 and also graduated with two official coaching degrees offered by the Royal Netherlands National Field Hockey Association in 1997 and 1998. During the 1998 Field Hockey World Cup in Utrecht, The Netherlands, Van de Kerkhof was in charge of World Cup projects for Whise International Coaching Experts and Brabo International Hockey Equipment. Since 2000, Van de Kerkhof has been involved in the Youth Olympic Development and Youth Elite Coaching programs, sponsored by the United States Field Hockey Association. In 2007 he served as the head coach of the US under-16 national team, which finished first in the runners-up pool in the HOD tournament in the Netherlands. In 2001, he served as an assistant coach with the under-16 U.S. National Team, coaching the squad to a bronze medal in the same tournament. In addition,Van de Kerkhof has been coordinating the under-19 U.S. Futures Elite Hockey Tours to The Netherlands and served as head coach of the squads in the spring of 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2006. He also assists in developmental programs for coaches across the nation and enjoys volunteering for charity organizations, including the Greg Gephart Fund in Houston, Texas and the Worthington Weed Whackers Program in Columbus, Ohio. He and his wife, Mary, have three children, Sebastiaan, Mark and Lieve.

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

CAREER RESUME/HIGHLIGHTS 2000-05 Old Dominion Student-Athlete Team National Championship (2000) Five Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearances 2005-06 Richmond Assistant Coach Atlantic 10 Champions (2005, 2006) 2006-10 Syracuse Associate Head Coach Big East Champions (2008, 2010) NCAA Final Four Appearance (2008) 2010-13 James Madison Associate Head Coach 2013-Pres. Delaware Assistant Coach NCAA Women Coaches Academy Participant University of Delaware field hockey head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof announced the hiring of Lynn Farquhar as the Blue Hens’ new assistant caoch on May 23, 2013. Farquhar is no stranger to the Colonial Athletic Association as she joins the Hens from James Madison, where she helped lead the Dukes to two CAA semifinals appearances in 2011 and 2012 as the associate head coach. She is a 2005 graduate of former CAA member Old Dominion University, where she led the Monarchs to the national championship in 2000 and five consecutive appearances in the NCAA Tournament. “I am delighted to join the University of Delaware field hockey program and am looking forward to joining Rolf in his quest for excellence both on and off the field,” Farquhar remarked. “There is a tremendous amount of pride within the Delaware family and it’s an exciting time to become a Blue Hen.” Prior to her time at JMU, Farquhar spent four seasons at Syracuse University as the associate head coach to former Blue Hen standout goalkeeper and UD Athletics Hall of Fame member Ange Bradley. At Syracuse, Farquhar helped lead the Orange to Big East Tournament Championships in 2008 and 2010 while also helping to win three consecutive regular season championships. In 2008, the Orange went 22-2 on their way to a NCAA Final Four appearance and climbed as high as No. 1 in the polls. The team’s overall record during her four years at SU was 68-18, including a 20-4 mark in Big East action. Following graduation from Old Dominion, Farquhar accepted an assistant coaching position at the University of Richmond, where she helped the Spiders to back-to-back Atlantic 10 championships in 2005 and 2006. During her two-year tenure, Richmond compiled a record of 33-11. “I am very excited about welcoming Lynn to our program,” commented Van de Kerkhof. “Lynn has proven to be very successful and passionate as a student-athlete at ODU and continued her success and development as a coach at Richmond, Syracuse and James Madison. She really enjoys coaching, has a desire of developing student-athletes and believes in working together towards achieving bigger goals. Lynn’s playing, coaching and life expertise and experiences will directly impact our student-athletes and program in a positive manner.” Farquhar has also been involved with the United Stated Field Hockey Association with coaching, selecting and running the Regional North Futures site. In 2010, she was involved with the Junior Olympics and Junior PA High Performance Team. Farquhar helped coach the U19 Syracuse team to a bronze medal at the 2008 National Futures Championship and also served as the USFHA coach for the 2008 and 2009 AAU Junior Olympic Games held in Detroit, Mich.

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Prior to the 2013 campaign, Farquhar was one of 80 female coaches across the nation to be chosen for the highly selective and competitive NCAA Women Coaches Academy.

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KIM KINSELLA CAREER RESUME/HIGHLIGHTS 2004-08 Missouri State Student-Athlete Three-Time NCAA Statistical Leader (Save Percentage) Three-Time NCAA Statistical Leader (Saves Per Game) 2008-10 Virginia Wesleyan Assistant Coach Defense & Goalkeeper Specialist 2010-13 Central Michigan Assistant Coach Defense & Goalkeeper Specialist 2013-Pres. Delaware Assistant Coach

Defensive specialist Kim Kinsella joined the University of Delaware field hockey staff in August 2013 and will work with the team’s goalkeepers. Kinsella brings over six years of coaching experience to the Blue Hens and will work closely with head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof, who enters third season at the helm of the Blue Hens, and first year assistant coach Lynn Farquhar. “I am excited to welcome Kim to our staff here at Delaware,” commented Van de Kerkhof. “It’s great to have a goalkeeping coach join us and really focus on our fifth-year senior Sarah Scher and freshman Fran Orella. Kim has an extensive background in goalkeeping coaching and was a fantastic goalkeeper in her collegiate days. She is eager to learn more about Division I coaching and I’m happy to be a part of that process as a mentor.” Kinsella joins the Blue Hens following three seasons as an assistant coach at Central Michigan University. While there, she worked with the team’s goalkeepers and mentored Anatasia Netto to two all-conference honors. “I am thrilled to be joining the Delaware field hockey family,” remarked Kinsella. “I’m looking forward to helping Rolf achieve his goals for this program in addition to helping the girls reach their full potential on and off the field.” Prior to her time at CMU, Kinsella spent three seasons at Virginia Wesleyan College where she was instrumental in mentoring another all-conference goalie selection. Kinsella competed collegiately at Missouri State as one of the top goalkeepers in the country from 2004-07. She led the nation in saves per game and save percentage three times. Kinsella earned second team All-MAC and All-MAC academic honors from 2005-07. She was also a three-time NFHCA All-Academic honoree while with the Bears. The St. Louis, Mo. native has been heavily involved in coaching numerous camps at both the high school and collegiate levels. She has served as the head goalkeeper coach for the USA Futures program since 2006. Kinsella graduated cum laude from Missouri State in 2008 with a degree in marketing management. She earned a master’s degree in physical education, with an emphasis on coaching, from Central Michigan in 2012. She is also a member of NFHCA and USFH.

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

CAREER RESUME/HIGHLIGHTS 2007 US Field Hockey Futures Elite 2009 USA Indoor Field Hockey Team 2009-12 UCONN Student-Athlete Big East Champions (2011) NCAA Tournament Appearance (2011) NFHCA All-American NFHCA Mideast Region Player of the Year Big East Defensive Player of the Year 2012-Pres. Delaware Assistant Coach

Jestine Angelini, a former All-American player at the University of Connecticut, was named assistant coach for the University of Delaware field hockey program in August 2012 and will serve as a volunteer assistant coach in 2013. Angelini, a native of Boiling Springs, Pa., earned her degree in sport management from Connecticut in May, 2012. “Jestine can say that she has ‘been there and done that’ as a team captain and All-American and as a member of teams that won Big East championships and advanced to the NCAA Final Four,” stated head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof. “She has a passion for coaching and sharing her playing experiences with our group. She is a young and upcoming coach that contributes highly to our program.” As a standout defender, Angelini led UConn to a 19-3 record, the Big East title, and a berth in the NCAA Tournament semifinals during the 2011 season. She earned first team All-American honors by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association and was the 2011 NFHCA Mideast Region Player of the Year. She led the Huskies with 19 assists and 41 total points and was third on the squad with 11 goals. She also was named the Big East Conference Defensive Player of the Year, earned first team AllBig East honors, and was selected to the Big East and NCAA All-Tournament teams. “I am so thrilled to be a part of the Delaware field hockey family,” said Angelini. “The coaches and players are all working really hard to create something truly special here and I feel so fortunate to be a part of this growth and development. It’s a very exciting time to be a Delaware Blue Hen.” A three-year starter at UConn, Angelini recorded 25 goals and 35 assists for 85 points during her collegiate career. She earned first team NFHCA All-Mideast Region and first team All-Big East Conference honors in 2010 as a junior when she led the team with 12 assists, was fourth on the squad with four goals and 20 points, and led the team with two defensive saves. Included in her totals were two-goal games against Georgetown and Rutgers. As a sophomore in 2009, Angelini started all 22 games and was third on the team with 11 goals and 29 points, including a five-point effort vs. Quinn when she netted two goals and had an assist. After an outstanding high school career as a four-year letterwinner and three-time first team all-conference performer at Boiling Spring High School, Angelini began her collegiate career at Old Dominion in 2008. She made four starts and appeared in 15 games for the Lady Monarchs and earned a spot on the CAA All-Rookie team as a freshman before transferring to UConn. She also was named to the USA Indoor Field Hockey Team along with her sister, Alicia, in 2009 and was a U.S. Field Hockey Futures Elite player in 2007.

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jacki coveleski

SOPHOMORE || FORWARD || LEWES, DELAWARE || CAPE HENLOPEN HIGH SCHOOL

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts Shots SOG GW 2012 19/7 1 2 4 10 8 0 Totals 19/7 1 2 4 10 8 0

CAREER HIGHS Points: 2 vs. Albany (9/26/12) Goals: 1 vs. Albany (9/26/12) Assists: 1 – 2x, last at Temple (9/14/12) Shots: 4 at Appalachian State (9/22/12) SOG: 4 at Appalachian State (9/22/12)

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At Delaware Second-year member of the squad and one-year letterwinner • will battle for playing time at forward position • one of four team members from state of Delaware, including Cape Henlopen High School teammate Rebecca Pepper • has the strong skills, understanding, and mentality to score and assist. 2012 Season Saw action in 19 games while starting seven as a freshman for the Blue Hens • finished season with four points off of one goal and two assists • scored first career and lone goal of season vs. Albany on Aug. 26 • dished out first career assist vs. Central Michigan on Aug. 31 • added an assist at Temple on Sept. 14 • put up a career-high four shots (all on goal) at Appalachian State on Sept. 22. High School Led Cape Henlopen High School to a perfect 18-0 record and the state title as a senior in 2011 for head coach Nicole Hughes • four-year starter in field hockey who scored 74 goals and 23 assists for her career • scored 20 goals as a sophomore, 25 as a junior, and 19 as a senior when she missed four games with an injury • earned second team All-American honors in field hockey as a senior when she also earned All-Mid-Atlantic Region honors • three-time AllState pick, earning first team honors as a junior and senior and second team honors as a sophomore • 2011 Delaware Field Hockey Player of the Year • three-time All-Henlopen Conference selection • competed in U.S. Junior Olympics as a freshman • also played basketball and lacrosse at Cape Henlopen • Key Club • National Honor Society • President of Marine Science Team • Student Council President. Personal Jaclyn Francis “Jacki” Coveleski (“co-vuh-leski”) • daughter of Peter and Staci Coveleski • born July 3, 1994 • finance major at Delaware • fourth of six children with two sisters and three brothers • older sister, Kaci, plays field hockey at CAA rival Northeastern • older sister, Samantha, played field hockey at Villanova and older brother, Max, played football and ran track at NCAA Division III Moravian College • father is a physician • mother graduated from Delaware and cousin, Josh Coveleski, played lacrosse for the Blue Hens • works at Beach Shacks at popular resort Dewey Beach, Del. during the summer • enjoys snowboarding, surfing, and archery • Philadelphia sports fan.

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Blue Hens

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY 2013 RETURNERS

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

Senior || Defense/Midfield || Fredericksburg, VIRGINIA || Mountain View HIGH SCHOOL

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CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS 2010 18/14 2011 20/20 2012 20/17 Totals 58/21

G 1 1 0 2

A 2 1 8 11

Pts 4 3 8 15

Shots 13 12 4 29

SOG 7 8 1 16

GW 0 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Points: 3 at Drexel (10/19/12) Goals: 1 – 2x, last vs. Villanova (9/4/11) Assists: 3 at Drexel (10/19/12) Shots: 4 vs. Penn (10/15/10) SOG: 2 – 3x, last vs. James Madison (CAA Tournament; 11/3/11)

At Delaware Three-year starter on defensive end • key member of defensive and midfield units • senior who has played in 58 career games with 51 starts • has dished out 11 career assists in addition to two career goals. 2012 Season Led team with a career-best eight assists as a junior • eight assists good to tie for fifth in the CAA • saw action in all 20 games while starting 17 for the Blue Hens • posted a career-high three assists at Drexel on Oct. 19, a total good for second in school history • tallied two assists in team’s 4-3 win at Temple on Sept. 14. 2011 Season Started all 20 games for the Blue Hens during her sophomore campaign • tallied lone goal of the season in a 5-0 victory over Villanova on Sept. 9 and only assist in a 5-2 defeat to Duke on Sept. 3 • led team to Colonial Athletic Association Tournament berth under first-year head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof. 2010 Season Appeared in all 18 games while starting 14 during her freshman campaign • scored first career goal off an assist from Carli Shutter at Monmouth on Sept. 12 •  assisted on goals by Melissa LeNoir during a 2-1 victory over Northeastern on Oct. 10 and a 3-2 triumph over Hofstra on Oct. 29 •  finished fourth on the team with 13 shots •  named Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Week on Sept. 14 • team went 8-10 under head coach Carol Miller. High School Four-year letterwinner for the Mountain View Wildcats field hockey program • led team to 2009 VHSL AAA championship game • team ranked first in the district and region as a senior • led squad to the 2008 VHSL AAA semifinals • team ranked first in district and region as a junior • team advanced to the state tournament as a sophomore and to the second round as a freshman • two-time Commonwealth All District Player of the Year and Free Lance Star All-Area Player of the Year • twice named All-Met and first team All-Region • Northwest Region Player of the Year • went to nationals on Futures club twice • participated in the National Field Hockey Festival twice • also played for U19 High Voltage • also was a three-year letterwinner in softball as a pitcher and outfielder • lettered twice in indoor track • Senior Class Officer • SCA Officer. Personal Heather Lynelle Hartman • daughter of George and Lori Hartman • born May 1, 1992 • has an older brother, Logan •  elementary education major at Delaware with a minor in special education •  aspires to become an elementary school teacher and coach.

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Blue Hens

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY 2013 RETURNERS

jANELL HOLMES

SOPHOMORE || DEFENSE || harrisburg, pennsylvania || harrisburg christian SCHOOL

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts Shots SOG GW 2012 20/19 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 20/19 0 0 0 1 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Points: n/a Goals: n/a Assists: n/a Shots: 1 at William & Mary (9/28/12) SOG: n/a

At Delaware Second-year member of squad and one-year letterwinner • will battle for starting position on defense • energetic player who makes people around her better.

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2012 Season Saw action in all 20 games while starting 19 for the Blue Hens in rookie campaign • earned spot in the starting lineup after the first game of the season • CAA All-Tournament Team selection • NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree • took first shot of career at William & Mary on Sept. 28 • recorded a defensive save in team’s 3-1 win over Monmouth on Sept. 12. High School Led Harrisburg Christian High School to four CCAC conference championships and was selected to the All-CCAC first team each year during a stellar career • played for head coach Debbie Bassoff • earned second team Harrisburg Patriot News Big 11 honors • dished out a school-record 19 assists as a senior in 2011 • three-year starter in soccer who led team to two league titles and was a two-time all-league selection • played for Bill Gaudette as part of East Coast Field Hockey Club program • traveled with team to compete in Barbados and Germany • National Honor Society • Student Council President. Personal Janell Joy Holmes • daughter of John and Shari Holmes • born Aug. 22, 1993 in Indianapolis, Ind. • nursing major at Delaware • has an older brother • father is CFO of Ephrata Community Hospital • worked as a field hockey camp counselor during the summer • enjoys watching movies, reading, and swing dancing.

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Blue Hens

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY 2013 RETURNERS

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

REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE || FORWARD || WILMINGTON, DELAWARE || CONCORD HIGH SCHOOL

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts Shots SOG GW 2011 DNP 2012 17/2 1 0 2 3 2 0 Totals 17/2 1 0 2 3 2 0

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CAREER HIGHS Points: 2 vs. William & Mary (CAA Tournament; 11/2/12) Goals: 1 vs. William & Mary (CAA Tournament; 11/2/12) Assists: n/a Shots: 1 – 3x, last vs. William & Mary (CAA Tournament; 11/2/12) SOG: 1 – 2x, last vs. William & Mary (CAA Tournament; 11/2/12)

At Delaware Third-year member of squad who will have three years of athletic eligibility remaining prior to 2013 campaign • will look to challenge for playing time on the Blue Hen forward line • UD Team Sportsmanship Award honoree (2012). 2012 Season Saw playing time in 17 games while starting two for the Blue Hens • earned first letter of career • picked up first career start at Michigan on Sept. 1 • also started at Old Dominion on Sept. 30 • scored first collegiate goal and lone mark of season to help lead Delaware to 3-2 victory over William & Mary in first round of CAA Tournament on Nov. 2 • tallied three shots with two on goal • UD Team Sportsmanship Award honoree. 2011 Season Did not see game action and retained freshman eligibility • team earned a Colonial Athletic Association Tournament berth for first-year head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof. High School Second team All-State selection in 2009 before earning first team honors in 2010 at nearby Concord High School •  selected second team All-Blue Hen Conference as a sophomore and was named to the first team her final two years •  started all four years at Concord, finishing her career with 28 goals and 22 assists •  was a part of 40 victories during her career and helped Concord to state tournament appearances from 2007-09 •  received DIAA Academic Award during all four years •  four-year USAFH National Futures Participant •  was a National Futures Championship Tournament selection in 2009 and 2010 •  also was a four-year starter on the Concord lacrosse team •  scored over 50 career goals and was an all-conference selection in 2010. Personal Morgan Lee Hudson •  daughter of Guy and Lauren Hudson •  born June 8, 1993 • has a brother, Taylor, who played four years of soccer at NCAA Division II Shippensburg (Pa.) University and graduated in 2013 •  health behavior science major with a minor in health, activity and disability at Delaware • works as a nanny during the summer • went skydiving this past summer.

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Blue Hens

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY 2013 RETURNERS

KELSEY McKEE

junior || DEFENSE || gap, pennsylvania || coatesville AREA high SCHOOL

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts Shots SOG GW 2011 20/20 9 6 24 71 44 3 2012 20/17 11 2 24 36 23 2 Totals 40/37 20 8 48 107 67 5

CAREER HIGHS Points: 6 at Drexel (10/19/12) Goals: 3 at Drexel (10/19/12) Assists: 2 at VCU (10/30/11) Shots: 9 at Saint Joseph’s (9/24/11) SOG: 6 vs. Hofstra (10/7/12)

At Delaware Junior who is one of the top returning players in the Colonial Athletic Association • strong defender who possesses good scoring skills • member of USA Women’s National Indoor Team during the off-season • one career hat trick • team’s active career scoring leader with 20 goals and eight assists for 48 career points • five game-winning goals • two-time All-CAA honoree.

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2012 Season First team All-CAA selection • saw action in all 20 games while starting 17 for the Blue Hens • led team for second consecutive season with 11 goals and 24 points • 11 goals good to tie for sixth in the CAA while point total good to tie for eighth • also led team with 23 shots on goal • second for UD with 36 shots • posted marks of .306 for shots and .639 for shots on goal • two game-winning goals • ECAC Offensive Player of the Week, CAA Co-Player of the Week and Synapse Sports National Weekly Honor Roll (Oct. 23) • posted first career hat trick at Drexel on Oct. 19 • three goals against the Dragons ties for seventh in school history for most goals in a single game • tallied a season-best eight shots vs. Hofstra on Oct. 7, a mark that ties for third in Rullo Stadium history • added a career-high six shots on goal against the Pride • collected the game-winning goal in 4-3 victory at Temple (Sept. 14) and in 2-1 win over Hofstra (Oct. 7). 2011 Season Started all 20 games as a defenseman during freshman season • earned second team All-Colonial Athletic Association and was named to the CAA All-Rookie Team • led Blue Hens with nine goals scored and 24 points • was first UD freshman since Melissa Hefner in 1993 to lead the team in goals • nine goals were the most goals in a season for a UD freshman since Leah Geib scored 10 goals in 2001 • tallied third most assists with six • led team with 71 shots • led team to Colonial Athletic Association Tournament berth for first-year head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof • two-time CAA Rookie of the Week selection (Aug. 30 and Oct. 11) • scored first collegiate goal on Aug. 26 vs. Bryant • began season scoring goals in first three games of the season • registered her first collegiate assist in Delaware’s 2-1 victory over Appalachian State on Sept. 18 • posted two, three-point games (Sept. 24 at St. Joseph’s and Sept. 30 vs. William & Mary) • had one of three UD two-assist games in the Blue Hens 4-1 win over VCU on Oct. 30 • had a nine-shot game on Sept. 24 at Saint Joseph’s. High School Most Valuable Player of Coatesville High School team her final two seasons •  second team All-Area selection in 2010 after earning honorable mention accolades in 2009 •  first team All Ches-Mont as a junior and senior after earning second team honors as a sophomore •  selected the team’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2007 •  team’s leading scorer all four years •  also played lacrosse at Coatesville •  completed 2010 Germany Training Tour and 2010 Barbados Training Tour with ECFH Club Team •  member of National Honor Society •  Coatesville School Board Student Representative •  member of Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. Personal Kelsey Lynn McKee •  daughter of Larry and Chris McKee •  born Aug. 4, 1992 • honor student as a mass communications major and journalism minor at Delaware •  has worked as a field hockey camp coach during the summers.

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Blue Hens

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY 2013 RETURNERS

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

SOPHOMORE || midfield || macungie, pennsylvania || emmaus HIGH SCHOOL

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts Shots SOG GW 2012 20/17 0 8 8 4 1 0 Totals 20/17 0 8 8 4 1 0

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CAREER HIGHS Points: 2 at Towson (10/21/12) Goals: 1 at Towson (10/21/12) Assists: n/a Shots: 6 at Towson (10/21/12) SOG: 3 – 2x, last at Towson (10/21/12)

At Delaware Second-year member of the squad and one-time letterwinner • will battle for starting spot as a midfielder • has good skills and field awareness and can create offensive opportunities while closing down opponents. 2012 Season Saw action in all 20 games as a freshman and started 18 for the Blue Hens • led Delaware to a 4-0 victory at Towson on Oct. 21 as first-career goal was also the game-winning goal over the Tigers • registered a season-high six shots against Towson • third on the team with 27 shots and 13 shots on goal. High School Led state power Emmaus High School to three conference titles, three district titles, and three state tournament appearances during her career • team won state title in 2010 and was a state semifinalist for legendary head coach Sue Butz-Stavin • earned first team All-State, first team all-area, and first team all-conference honors as a senior • three-year starter • scored 49 goals and dished out 26 assists in her career • also a two-year starter in lacrosse who led team to 2010 conference and district titles and to a state playoff berth • member of Firestyx Club team. Personal Allison Jaye “Allie” Mikelson (“michael-sun”) • daughter of Scott and Nadine Mikelson • born Aug. 19, 1994 • university studies major at Delaware • worked as a field hockey camp coach during the summer • enjoys snowboarding and hiking • fan of the NFL’s New York Giants.

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Blue Hens

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY 2013 RETURNERS

clare o’malley

SENIOR || MIDFIELD || SUMMIT, NEW JERSEY || SUMMIT high SCHOOL

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G 2010 18/14 1 2011 20/20 1 2012 20/17 0 Totals 58/21 2

A 2 1 8 11

Pts 4 3 8 15

Shots 13 12 4 29

SOG 7 8 1 16

GW 0 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS Points: 3 at Drexel (10/19/12) Goals: 1 – 2x, last vs. Villanova (9/4/11) Assists: 3 at Drexel (10/19/12) Shots: 4 vs. Penn (10/15/10) SOG: 2 – 3x, last vs. James Madison (CAA Tournament; 11/3/11)

At Delaware Fourth-year member of the squad and third-year starter • three-year letterwinner as a midfielder • one of the league’s top midfielders • has appeared in 53 career games with 43 starts • fourth on the active career scoring leaders list with 18 points on six goals and six assists.

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2012 Season Started 18 of 20 games played for the Blue Hens as a junior • collected two goals and two assists for six points • recorded eight shots and seven shots on goal • notched first goal of season in team’s 2-1 win at Appalachian State on Sept. 22 • also scored a goal vs. James Madison on Oct. 26 • registered two defensive saves, one each against Albany (Aug. 26) and Monmouth (Sept. 12) • NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree. 2011 Season Saw action in 15 game with seven starts as a sophomore • missed first five games of the season with an injury • her three goals on the season tied for sixth on the squad • scored goals vs. Hofstra, Towson, and VCU • tied for ninth on the team with six points • earned honorable mention All-Colonial Athletic Association pre-season honors • led team to CAA Tournament berth for first-year head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof. 2010 Season Named to CAA All-Rookie Team as a freshman •  started all 18 games in the midfield • ranked third on the team with four assists and tied for fifth with six points •  scored only goal of the season and also added an assist during the Blue Hens’ 3-1 victory over Saint Joseph’s on Sept. 19 •  was the inserter on Michelle Drummonds penalty corner goals during UD wins over Rider on Sept. 9 and Temple on Sept. 17, as well as the loss at Maryland on Oct. 17 •  named to Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA National Academic Squad and CAA Academic Honor Roll • team went 8-10 under head coach Carol Miller. High School Three-year letterwinner for head coach Jen Schwarzenbek at Summit High School • led team to an 18-5 record as a senior • team won the NJSIAA North Jersey, Section II, Group II crown for the first time in school history • team ranked third in the New Jersey Group II by the Star Ledger, ranked third in Union County by the Star Ledger, and 11th overall in the state by the Star Ledger • squad finished third in conference • scored 21 goals and 17 assists as a senior • posted seven goals and 32 assists as a junior • named team MVP as a junior and senior • earned first team all-conference, first team All-Union County and All-State Group II honors by the Coaches’ Association • named first team All-Union County and All-State Group II by the Star Ledger • garnered second team All-State honors by the Star Ledger • earned Union County Player of the Year Award by the Star Ledger • Independent Press Athlete of the Month for November • also earned three letters in lacrosse and four in ice hockey • captain of all three teams as a senior • named Scholar Athlete of Summit High School in 2010 • received Alfred Swick Award in 2009 • earned Joanne LaVorgna Scholarship 2010 and the Summit Boosters Association Scholar-Athlete Scholarship • Nancy Muller Award recipient • Operation Smile Co-President from 2008-10. Personal Clare McGovern O’Malley • daughter of Patrick and Caroline O’Malley • born July 12, 1992 • has an older sister, Tara, who attended Gettysburg College, and a younger brother, Kevin •  honor student as a marketing major at Delaware • worked as a fashion intern at Lacoste in New York during the 2012 summer • interned at CRT Capital Group this past summer • has also worked as nanny, a tennis pro, and a field hockey camp counselor • enjoys water skiing, yoga, tennis, golf, and skiing • hopes to one day own her own business.

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Blue Hens

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY 2013 RETURNERS

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

SOPHOMORE || midfield || rosenheim, germany || karolinen gymnasium

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts Shots SOG GW 2012 20/19 7 2 16 20 10 2 Totals 20/19 7 2 16 20 10 2

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CAREER HIGHS Points: 4 vs. Boston University (9/24/12) Goals: 2 vs. Boston University (9/24/12) Assists: 1 – 2x, last vs. William & Mary (CAA Tournament; 11/2/12) Shots: 4 vs. James Madison (10/26/12) SOG: 2 – 2x, last at Drexel (CAA Tournament; 11/3/12)

At Delaware Second-year member of squad and one-year letterwinner • will battle for starting spot at midfield position • has great knowledge of the game and international experience • 2nd team All-CAA and All-CAA Rookie Team honoree • first player from Germany in school history • currently holds two-game points scoring streak • fifth on active career scoring leaders list with 16 points on seven goals and two assists. 2012 Season Second Team All-CAA and CAA All-Rookie Team honoree • CAA All-Tournament Team • started 19 while playing all 20 games as a freshman for Delaware • second on team with 16 points on seven goals and two assists • fourth for Blue Hens with 20 shots and 10 shots on goal • tied for first with two gamewinning goals • named the National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week for Aug. 27 after scoring first two goals of career against Boston University on Aug. 24 • picked up the game-winning goal in 3-1 win over Saint Joseph’s on Sept. 5 • dished out first assist of career in team’s 4-3 win at Temple on Sept. 14 • registered game-winning goal at conference-rival Drexel on Oct. 19 • collected career-best four shots against James Madison on Oct. 26 • scored one goal and one assist for three total points in games against William & Mary and Drexel in the CAA Tournament. GERMAN NATIONAL TEAM Former member of the German Under-18 Junior National Team • represents Munchner Sportclub (Munich) at the junior (Under-19) and senior levels and has been playing at the highest level in her age category for several years • had two Final Four appearances and won the national championship once while playing in Germany. High School Played two seasons of field hockey at Karolinen Gymnasium High School in Rosenheim, Germany • players compete in high school field hockey until the age of 15 in Germany • two-year starter at midfield • scored 23 goals in two seasons • led team to fourth place finish at German high school championship in 2008. Personal Michaela (“muh-kale-uh”) Maria Patzner • daughter of Reinhard and Evi Patzner • born Feb. 1, 1994 • has a younger brother • international relations major with a minor in economics at Delaware • would like to become a journalist or teacher • enjoys reading and Taekwondo • favorite team is the Munich Sports Club • both parents are public officials in Germany.

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Blue Hens

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY 2013 RETURNERS

rebecca pepper

JUNIOR || DEFENSE/MIDFIELD || LEWES, DELAWARE || CAPE HENLOPEN high SCHOOL

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts Shots SOG GW 2010 11/0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2011 16/5 4 2 10 20 11 1 2012 19/11 3 6 12 40 22 0 Totals 46/16 7 8 22 62 35 1

CAREER HIGHS Points: 2 vs. Saint Joseph’s (9/24/11) Goals: 1 vs. Saint Joseph’s (9/24/11) Assists: 1 vs. Bryant (8/26/11) Shots: 1 – 6x, last vs. Albany (8/26/12) SOG: 1 – 5x, last vs. Albany (8/26/12)

At Delaware Fourth-year member of the squad • two year-starter that returns to the field in 2013 after missing the majority of 2012 with an injury • can play at both defense and midfield • one of four Delawareans on the team • has played in 36 games with 26 starts.

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2012 Season Started all six games played for Delaware • missed majority of season with an injury • got off one shot on goal against Albany on Aug. 26. 2011 Season Started all 20 games during sophomore campaign for the Blue Hens • led team to Colonial Athletic Association Tournament berth for first-year head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof • posted lone goal of season against Bryant on Aug. 26 • picked up an assist against William & Mary on Sept. 30 • finished year with four shots (all on goal) • collected a defensive save vs. top-ranked North Carolina on Sept. 9. 2010 Season Appeared in 10 games for Delaware during her rookie campaign •  posted one shot on the year • team went 8-10 under head coach Carol Miller. High School Four-year letterwinner on the Cape Henlopen field hockey team • helped lead the squad to the Henlopen North Conference Championship in 2008 and 2009 • named a field hockey Academic All-American • honored with the Ruth Skoglund Most Dedicated Athlete Award for field hockey • played with the Jersey Intensity, winning the Disney Showcase Championship in 2009 • also won the Festival Championship in 2007 and again in 2009 with the Jersey Intensity • National Indoor Tournament Pool Champions in 2009 with Gotta Love It Oranje Club • played at NFC’s in 2010 • totaled 16 varsity letters at Cape Henlopen • earned school’s Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year Award • honored with Kevin Kennedy Memorial Sports Award and U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award • holds school records in cross country and track • track records include: 1600m, 4 x 400m relay, 4 x 800m relay, 800m indoor, 4 x 800m indoor • triple jump Delaware State Champion in 2009 • indoor track first team All-State selection in 2010 • third team All-State for cross country in 2009 • earned Heart and Soul Award and Determination Award • member of National Honor Society, Key Club, and National Society of High School Scholars • earned Presidential Academic Fitness Award. Personal Rebecca Kathryn Pepper • daughter of George and Kathy Pepper • born Sept. 6, 1991 • art history and history education major at Delaware • middle of three sisters • both parents ran track and field at UD • sister, Hannah, is a current member of the UD track and field team • field hockey camp counselor • worked at Coral Cove Boutique in Lewes in addition to coaching field hockey camps during the summer • team’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council representative alongside Jacki Coveleski • enjoys rollerblading.

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Blue Hens

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY 2013 RETURNERS

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

Senior || forward || oxford, new jersey || warren hills high school

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CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts Shots SOG GW 2010 11/0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2011 16/5 4 2 10 20 11 1 2012 19/11 3 6 12 40 22 0 Totals 46/16 7 8 22 62 35 1

CAREER HIGHS Points: 5 at Towson (10/21/12) Goals: 2 at Towson (10/21/12) Assists: 1 – 8x, last vs. William & Mary (CAA Tournament; 11/2/12) Shots: 7 vs. Saint Joseph’s (9/5/12) SOG: 4 – 2x, last vs. Monmouth (9/12/12)

At Delaware Fourth-year member of the squad and a three-year letterwinner • will battle for starting spot at forward as a senior • has appeared in 46 career games with 16 starts • has recorded seven goals and eight assists • third on active career scoring list with 22 points. 2012 Season Posted a career-season as a junior • finished year with three goals and six assists for 12 points • appeared in 19 games while starting 11 for the Blue Hens • led Delaware with 40 shots and was second with 22 shots on goal • also second for UD in assists and third on the team in points • tallied a career-best five points in addition to two goals at Towson on Oct. 21 • recorded a career-high seven shots vs. Saint Joseph’s on Sept. 5 • added first goal of season against the Hawks • started first game of season and dished out an assist to Nikki Onorato in loss to #14 Boston Univ. on Aug. 24. 2011 Season Appeared in 16 games that included five starts during her sophomore season • led team to Colonial Athletic Association Tournament berth for first-year head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof • tied for fifth on the UD squad with four goals and fifth on the team with 10 points • fifth on the team with 20 shots • scored first collegiate goal on Aug. 26 vs. Bryant in 7-1 victory • added goals vs. Villanova, Appalachian State, and VCU • had an assist in a 5-0 victory over Villanova on Sept. 4 and vs. Temple on Sept. 16. 2010 Season Appeared in 11 games during her freshman campaign to earn first letter •  registered two shots during the year • team went 8-10 under head coach Carol Miller. High School Four-year starter and letterwinner for head coach Laurie Kerr at Warren Hills High School • led Warren Hills to a 21-3-1 record, the best record in school history • team was the Skyland Conference Delaware West Champion, Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Champions, North II Group II Sectional Champions, and Group III New Jersey State runners-up in 2009 • team rankings voted the Star Ledger: No. 8 in New Jersey, No. 1 in West Jersey, and No. 2 in New Jersey Group III • scored 39 goals and 39 assists for 117 points in her four-year career • team went 68-19-2 over her career • two-time All-Skyland Conference and All-Area Express-Times selection • named Express-Times and Star Ledger West Jersey Player of the Year as a senior • All-State Group III honoree • named team MVP in 2008-09 • named Futures Elite Athlete in Futures program • played for Jersey Intensity club team which won two gold medals at Festival and two more at indoor nationals.

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Personal Toni Lynn Popinko (“puh-pinko”) • daughter of James and Sylvia Popinko • born March 19, 1992 • health and physical education major at Delaware • aspires to become a coach at the college level • serves as a coach for summer camps • has two younger sisters, Tori and Tali.

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Blue Hens

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY 2013 RETURNERS

KASEY PRETTYMAN

SENIOR || forward || newark, delaware || st. mark’s high SCHOOL

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts Shots SOG GW 2010 18/4 3 0 6 11 9 1 2011 20/20 6 2 14 25 17 1 2012 20/18 4 2 10 13 7 0 Totals 58/42 13 4 30 49 33 2

CAREER HIGHS Points: 4 – 2x, last vs. Central Michigan (8/31/12) Goals: 2 – 2x, last vs. Central Michigan (8/31/12) Assists: 1 – 4x, last vs. Saint Joseph’s (9/5/12) Shots: 4 – 2x, last vs. Central Michigan (8/31/12) SOG: 4 vs. Drexel (10/21/11)

At Delaware Fourth-year team member who anchors Blue Hen attack • will be a third-year starter this fall • three-year letterwinner • has played in 58 career games with 42 starts • second on the active career scoring leaders list with 40 points on 13 goals and four assists.

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2012 Season Saw action in all 20 games while starting 18 for the Hens as a junior • finished fourth on team with 10 points on four goals and two assists • added 13 shots, with seven on goal • collected a career game against Central Michigan on Aug. 31 with four points on two goals and four shots • NFHCA National Academic Squad and National College Athlete Honor Society selection. 2011 Season One of three members of the team to start all 20 games during her sophomore season • led team to Colonial Athletic Association Tournament berth for first-year head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof • ranked third on the team with six goals and 14 points • second on the team with 25 shots • had one of the team’s five, two-goal games in Delaware’s 3-1 victory vs. William & Mary on Sept. 30 • also tallied goals vs. Rutgers, Wake Forest, and Drexel • tallied assists vs. Rutgers and Villanova • named to NFHCA National All-Academic Squad and CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll • earned UD Team Sportsmanship Award. 2010 Season Appeared in all 18 games while starting four during her freshman year •  tied for third on the team with three goals and tied for fifth with six points •  scored an unassisted goal during her first collegiate game, a 4-2 win over Vermont on Aug. 28 •  scored the game-winning goal off a rebound with 13:13 remaining to give the Blue Hens a 2-1 victory over Northeastern on Oct. 10 • earned CAA Rookie of the Week honors on Oct. 12 • scored off a feed from Nicole Onorato at Maryland on Oct. 17 • named to Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA National Academic Squad and CAA Academic Honor Roll • team went 8-10 under head coach Carol Miller. High School Three-year letterwinner for head coach William Eichinger • helped team to a 37-9-3 overall record during her career • team won the Catholic Conference all three of her seasons • named a captain as a senior • selected first team All-Catholic Conference in 2008 and 2009 • named second team All-State as a junior before earning first team honors as a senior • led team in points and assists during her final two seasons • selected team MVP as a senior • participated in Blue/Gold Senior All-Star Game • festival pool winner in 2008 and 2009, and 2010 National Indoor Tournament champions with the W.C. Eagles • also lettered twice in lacrosse • earned four letters in track & field • relay team holds school records in 4 x 400 and 4 x 800 • firstteam All-County and All-State in 2010 • co-recipient of 2010 St. Mark’s Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year Award with her twin sister • member of National Honor Society. Personal Kasey Nicole Prettyman • daughter of Andy and Judy Prettyman • born May 25, 1992 • honor student as a nursing major at Delaware with aspirations of becoming a physician’s assistant • twin sister, Lindsay, is a standout and record-setting member of the UD women’s cross country and track & field teams •  also has two younger brothers and a sister who are triplets • sister, Joelle, is a sophomore on the Rider University field hockey team.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY 2013 RETURNERS

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

Senior || goalkeeper || pocomoke city, maryland || pocomoke high school

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS MIN. W-L Goals (Avg.) Save (Pct.) ShO 2011 5/0 71:47 0-0 5 (4.88) 5 (.500) 0 2012 15/15 1074:28 7-8 43 (2.87) 82 (.656) 1.0 Totals 20/15 1146:15 7-8 48 (2.93) 87 (.644) 1.0

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CAREER HIGHS Saves: 15 vs. Albany (8/26/12)

At Delaware Team captain • fifth-year member of the squad • will battle for the goalkeeper spot in the starting lineup. 2012 Season Started 15 games as the goalie for the Blue Hens and went 7-8 overall • played in 1049:56 minutes while allowing 43 goals (2.87 per game/eighth CAA) • collected a 65.6 save percentage (eighth CAA) with 82 saves (sixth CAA) • finished fifth in the CAA and 34th in the NCAA with 5.47 saves per game • collected a career-high 15 saves against Albany on Aug. 26 • registered nine saves at Old Dominion on Sept. 30 • posted a 4-0 shutout at Towson on Oct. 21. 2011 Season Appeared in five games as a sophomore backup to Noelle Diana in goal • led team to Colonial Athletic Association Tournament berth for first-year head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof • saw action vs. Bryant, Wake Forest, Old Dominion, Hofstra, and VCU • played 71:47 minutes, allowed five goals (4.88 goals against average) and made five saves (.500 pct.) • had two saves each vs. Wake Forest and Hofstra. 2010 Season Suffered a knee injury and did not appear in any games • team went 8-10 under head coach Carol Miller. 2009 Season Did not see game action and retained freshman eligibility • led team to 14-6 record, the CAA Tournament title, and an NCAA Tournament berth for head coach Carol Miller. High School Four-year starting goalie for the Pocomoke High School field hockey team • led the squad to four straight state and regional championships • first-team All-State selection as a senior and three-time first team Daily Times honoree • earned 2005 Rookie and Gatorade Player of the Year nods • served as a captain in 2008 • also was a four-year starter on the softball team • led the squad to the 2009 state championship • earned second-team Daily Times honors as a senior • also served as class president and the drumline section leader • graduated third in her class • member of the National Honor Society • 2009 ROTC Sharpshooter.

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Personal Sarah Rose Scher (“shur”) • daughter of Marc and Judi Scher • born Aug. 7, 1991 • parents own a third-generation prom and bridal shop • has two older sisters, Rachel and Lauren • Rachel played field hockey at Cornell • enjoys playing the drums, going to the beach, cooking and jet skiing during her spare time • honor student as a hotel, restaurant, and institutional management major with a marketing/advertising minor at Delaware • worked as in intern at The Courtyard by Marriott.

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EMILY ARNOT

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN || DEFENSE/MIDFIELD || MEDFORD, NEW JERSEY || SHAWNEE high SCHOOL

At Delaware Second-year member of the squad that has four years of eligibility remaining • will battle for playing time at both the defense and midfield positions. 2012 Season Did not compete and retained freshman eligibility.

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High School Standout at powerhouse Shawnee High School where she contributed to winning championships in each of her four years for head coach Renee Phelps • four-year starter who led field hockey team to four-year record of 70-16, three conference titles, and a Central Jersey title in 2010 • earned second team AllState Group 4, first team All-South Jersey, first team All-Burlington County, first team All-Courier Post as a senior, and first team all-conference as a senior • first team All-Burlington County and all-conference as a junior • scored 41 career goals and dished out 102 assists • key member of Spirit of USA Field Hockey Club under the leadership of Nancy McHale and Lori Hillman • also competed in track & field (long jump, 100 meters, javelin) and lacrosse at Shawnee • did design and layout for school yearbook. Personal Emily Rose Arnot (“are-not”) • daughter of Tom and Ann Arnot • born Dec. 30, 1993 • art major at Delaware • youngest of three children • sister, Betsy, ran cross country and track & field at Quinnipiac University • both parents are graduates of Georgian Court College • worked as a camp counselor and coached at the Hollyshore’s Field Hockey Academy during the summer • enjoys reading, surf-fishing and art • fan of the Philadelphia Flyers (NHL).

alexa branco

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN || DEFENSE/MIDFIELD || Mullica hill, NEW JERSEY || clearview regional high SCHOOL

At Delaware Second-year member of the squad that has four years of eligibility remaining • will battle for playing time at both the defense and midfield positions • smart player with great communication skills. 2012 Season Did not compete and retained freshman eligibility. High School Earned All-South Jersey and All-Tri County honors as a senior at Clearview Regional High School for head coach Britney Ewan • also earned Royal Division all-conference honors and competed in region Senior All-Star Game • recorded 18 goals and 15 assists for career • National Honor Society • member of the Varsity Club • participated in the USA Field Hockey’s Futures Program and played for Model Field Hockey Club.

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Personal Alexa Christine Branco • daughter of Chris and Lori Branco • born July 28, 1994 • marketing major at Delaware • has two older sisters • oldest sister Brittany was a starter for the field hockey team at Miami (Ohio) while sister, Courtney, is a junior on the field hockey squad at Delaware rival Towson • works as a lifeguard and waitress during the summer • enjoys sewing, swimming, and going to the beach • fan of the Philadelphia Phillies.

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

FRESHMAN || MIDFIELD/DEFENSE || ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND || ANNAPOLIS high school

At Delaware First-year member of the squad • calm player under pressure • possesses a defensive skill set that provides her with great opportunities to become a solid member of the team’s backfield • smart defensive player. High School Four-year varsity starter and letterwinner in field hockey and lacrosse at Annapolis Senior High School under coaches Angela Carpita (field hockey), Lisa Moylan (field hockey) and Dave Gehrdes (lacrosse) • team captain for both squads as a senior • two-time All-County Capital Gazette and Coaches Poll First Team selection • also earned First Team honors for lacrosse • represented Annapolis in the Maryland State Senior game • collected 10 goals and six defensive saves as a senior • played seven seasons with the SPark Travel Club, where she was a Junior Olympian Bronze Medalist • competed in the USA Field Hockey National Futures Championship in 2011 and 2012 • helped lead Spark to the National Indoor Championship in 2011 and 2013 in addition to the Disney Showcase U16 Silver Flight Championship in 2010 • participated in the University of Delaware Futures Elite Academy • honored as a lacrosse Academic All-American in 2012 and 2013 • excelled academically as a member of the National Honors Society, National Spanish Honors Society and the International Baccalaureate Program • named all four years to the Principal’s Honor Roll (straight A’s) while earning Outstanding Scholar Athlete and Academic Achievement awards • picked twice as a Superintendent’s Honor Roll awardee • selected as a US Army Scholar Athlete her senior year in addition to earning the Jean Boyd and Paula Rusko Award for Athletic Achievement, Integrity and Exemplary Sportsmanship • participated in Minds in Motion.

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Personal Kayla Maris Devlin • born March 16, 1995 in Annapolis, Md. • daughter of Beth and Joseph Devlin • has an older brother, Conor, and an older sister, Becca • comes from an athletic family as mother played tennis and squash at Johns Hopkins, brother played lacrosse at UMBC and sister was a member of the field hockey team at Radford • father was a two-sport athlete at Johns Hopkins as a member of the football and lacrosse teams while helping the lacrosse squad to a NCAA National Championship in 1978 • father also was an assistant coach from 1984-90 at JHU when the Blue Jays won three NCAA National Championships • enjoys boating, watching TV, hanging out with friends, playing with her dog, playing piano and painting • favorite sports teams include the Baltimore Ravens, Baltimore, Orioles and Washington Capitals • chose the University of Delaware because she really liked the field hockey staff and what the school had to offer • represented the United States and earned a bronze medal at the 19th World Maccabiah Games, held in Israel, in summer 2013.

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

FRESHMAN || forward || delran, new jersey || merion mercy academy

At Delaware First-year member of squad • work ethic makes other players around her work harder and therefore makes team stronger and more competitive • shows development potential and with her approach and positive mindset, is in the position to further grow.

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High School Pennsylvania All-State selection from Merion Mercy Academy, where she played for head coach Dani DeLeo • Catholic Academy League All-Star and All-Mainline honoree • named to National Futures Championship • led team in goals scored as a junior • played for the Mystx Field Hockey Club under Tina Reinprecht • excelled academically as an honors student • earned the Biotechnology Excellence Award • spent time with the Community Service Crops and Mercy Volunteer Program.

Personal Erica Nicole DiPascale • born February 1, 1995 in Voorhees, N.J. • daughter of Stephen and Christine DiPascale • has one older sister, Adrianna • majoring in Exercise Science with the goals of becoming a physical therapist upon graduation • favorite sports team is the New England Patriots • looks to inspirational speaker Eric Thomas and NFL quarterback Tom Brady for motivation • hobbies include sports, music, coaching youth field hockey and community service • chose Delaware because she immediately felt the connection within the Blue Hen field hockey family and knew it was the place for her.

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taylor meily

FRESHMAN || MIDFIELD/defense || state college, pennsylvania || state college area high SCHOOL

At Delaware First-year member of squad • great team player that is eager to further develop her game • potential and qualities will allow her to strengthen the team’s backfield and midfield lines moving forward • true competitor that will not settle for anything less than her very best and the team’s best.

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High School Collected a wealth of championship experience as she helped lead State College Area High School to the first round of the 2012 PIAA Class AA State Championships after winning District IV and the Western Regional under head coach Karin Johnson • named a First Team Mid-Penn Conference Commonwealth Division All-Star and First Team Tri-Valley League All-Star • SCAHS team captain • earned the Outstanding Player Award • led team in scoring as a senior • guided Tam Cortina to the National Futures Championship in 2013 at the Region 5, Site 5B in Lancaster, Pa. • picked as a U19 Alternate Selection for the 2012 National Futures Championship • led the State College Blue Lions Field Hockey Club under direction of Stuart Smith to two Focus College Showcase and National Outdoor College Showcase championships • medalled twice at the Disney Field Hockey Showcase with the Rascals Field Hockey Club and Vista Hot Stix • also played at the U19 National Indoor Tournament, U19 Regional Club Championships, National Hockey Festival and Keystone State Games • academically sound student that earned a spot on the High Honor Roll in addition to the Faculty Scholar Award and Power of the Paws Award (Pride, Achievement, Work, Spirit). Personal Taylor Morgan Meily • born March 14, 1995 in Reading, Pa. • daughter of Sean and Stacey Meily • has one younger sister, Paige • majoring in Dietetics with the goal to advance for a master’s degree and become a registered dietician and work with cancer patients • favorite sports team is the Philadelphia Flyers • enjoys reading, playing the piano and watching movies • also played the flute in high school • volunteers as a field hockey coach • chose Delaware because it’s a place where she felt comfortable and it is a well-respected institution • the opportunity to be a member of the Blue Hen field hockey program was also too good to pass up.

maddie o’beirne

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN || MIDFIELD/forward || vienna, virginia || george c. marshall high SCHOOL

At Delaware Second-year member of squad that redshirted freshman season • will battle for playing time at the midfield and forward positions. 2012 Season Did not see game action and retained freshman eligibility • NFHCA National Academic Squad.

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High School Three-year starter and two-time team Most Valuable Player at Marshall High School for head coach Christina Carroll • team went 14-5 her senior year • enjoyed her best season as a senior when she collected first team All-Liberty District, first team All-Northern Region, and second team All-State honors • earned all-district and all-region honors as a junior three-year starting guard in basketball • four-year starter in soccer as a forward and goalkeeper • three-time all-district selection who was team Most Valuable Player as a junior • competed at the National Futures Championships through USA Field Hockey and played club hockey with Capitol Pegasus • Optimist Club Award for Sports Excellence. Personal Madison McDowell “Maddie” O’Beirne (“oh-beern”) • daughter of Bill and Eileen O’Beirne • born Nov. 1, 1993 • environmental studies major • would like to go into teaching after college • father is a National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administrator and a Coastal Zone Management Specialist and mother is a family therapist • mother attended Drew University where she played field hockey and lacrosse • has an older brother and younger sister • worked as a camp counselor on the Chesapeake Bay during the summer • enjoyes movies, playing ultimate frisbee, reading, and dancing • was a model when she was age 10 • family owns seven pets.

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

FRESHMAN || goalkeeper || whitehouse station, n.j. || hunterdon central regional

At Delaware First-year member of the squad • talented goalkeeper with great development potential to compete for the starting goalie position • displays the qualities a goalkeeper must have in order to be a good performer and provide organization and structure in the defensive 25.

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High School Completed a save percentage of .810 with a 13-9 record as a senior under head coach Jennifer Sponzo at Hunterdon Central Regional High School • also collected six shutouts as a senior • earned Team Most Valuable Defensive Player, Most Valuable Athlete, Student-Athlete, Varsity Team Academic Achievement, All-Group IV Third Team, All-West Jersey Second Team and All-Conference Second Team honors in 2012 • named the Skyland Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year • Zuegner Memorial Most Valuable Athlete • selected to compete in the Senior All-Star Game • helped lead HCRHS to the New Jersey Group IV Section North II Sectional Championship in 2011 • tallied a 14-10 record with seven shutouts and a .750 save percentage as a junior to be named Team Most Valuable Player, Honorable Mention All-Conference and All-West Jersey Third Team • exceled academically as a member of the National Honors Society, Mu Alpha Theta Math Honors Society, Science Honors Society and French Honors Society in addition to being named to the HCRHS Principal’s Honor Roll • Girl Scout Gold Awardee. Personal Frances “Fran” Ada Orella (o—REL—ia) • born November 29, 1994 in Flemington, N.J. • daughter of Annette and Chuck Orella • comes from a University of Delaware legacy family as both parents graduated from UD and older brother, Mike, is a senior majoring in Chemical Engineering • grandfather, Richard Murray, was also a physics professor, graduate office dean and Provost at Delaware • majoring in Mechanical Engineering and would like to work in the area of renewable energy upon graduation • enjoys volunteer work and competing in triathlons • favorite sports teams include the San Francisco 49ers and New Jersey Devils • chose UD because of its outstanding academics and family history.

ESMéE PEET

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

FRESHMAN || midfield/defense || zeewolde, the netherlands || rsg slingerbos

At Delaware First-year member of the squad • third international player on the team in fall 2013 • versatile player that can play as many positions as she displays a solid offensive and defensive skill set and is well developed tactically • has always been fortunate to learn from strong players around her.

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High School Played last two seasons for MHC Laren MA1, leading the team to a second place finish in the National Shell League in 2013 • also helped team to titles at the Saturnus Indoor Tournament and Mercian Indoor Tournament in 2011-12 in addition to finishing third in the Dutch championship • played two years with AMHC Amersfoort MB1, with the team finishing second in the Middle Netherlands District Indoor both seasons • spent two years with AMHC Amersfoort MC1 from 2007-09, which finished first in the Top League District in her final year and fifth in the IDC League Dutch Championship • started career by playing three years with the HC Zeewolde.

Personal Esmee Marielle Peet • born November 14, 1994 in Amersfoort, The Netherlands • daughter of Maarten and Sandra Peet • has two younger brothers, Jorrit and Victor • enjoys shopping, watching movies and being with friends • majoring in marketing with a minor in psychology • chose Delaware for its ambitious field hockey team and because it has a good business school • only visited the United States once before attending the University of Delaware.

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MARJELLE SCHEFFERS FRESHMAN || DEFENDER/MIDFIELDER || AMERSFOORT, THE NETHERLANDS || STEDELIJK GYMNASIUM JOHAN VAN OLDENBARNEVELD

At Delaware First-year member of the team • one of three international players this season for the Blue Hens. High School Played nine years with Hockeyclub Amersfoort (AMHC) from 2002-10 • as a member of Hockeyclub Kampong (Utrecht) in 2011 and 2012, helped lead the team to third and fourth place finishes at the National Championships. Personal Marjelle Fredie Scheffers • born June 7, 1995 • daughter of Riet and Marten Jan Scheffers • has two younger siblings, Liska and Janno • enjoys playing the piano • majoring in Biological Sciences with the hopes to work in the medical field upon graduation • has played field hockey since she was six years old.

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MEGHAN WINESETT

FRESHMAN || FORWARD || CENTREVILLE, VIRGINIA || WESTFIELD high SCHOOL

At Delaware First-year member of the squad • great team player that has strong offensive skills and is comfortable scoring • displays the qualities of becoming a team leader. High School Four-year varsity starter for Westfield High School under head coach Starr Karl • helped lead the Bulldogs to a 20-3 record as a senior • team went a combined 76-10 in her four seasons • tallied 66 goals and 51 assists in four seasons • led the All-Met Area with 27 goals and 18 assists as a senior • following senior campaign, was named the Washington Post All-Met Player of the Year, NFHCA Third Team All-American and South Region All-American • also a two-time Virginia AAA First Team All-State, Northern Region Player of the Year, Concord District Player of the Year, team MVP and team captain • three-time First Team All-Region and First Team All-District • named the Westfield High School Sports Woman of the Year in 2012 • guided the Rampage Club Team to the 2012 NIT Pool C Championship and 2010 Festival Pool Championship • also played two seasons of lacrosse • member of the Student Government Association and Peer Mediation/Mentoring.

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Personal Meghan Eileen Winesett (“wine—sett”) • born July 20, 1995 in Alexandria, Va. • daughter of Sharon and Archie Winesett • has two siblings, AJ and Erin • majoring in Human Services • enjoys snowboarding, golfing and hiking • favorite sports teams include the Washington Capitals, Redskins and Nationals • chose Delaware because it has the ideal combination of strong academics and exceptional athletics • also felt that UD was exactly the size she was looking for and it has a beautiful campus • grew up playing ice hockey.

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

FRESHMAN || MIDFIELD/DEFENSE || eagleville, PENNSYLVANIA || VILLA MARIA ACADEMY

At Delaware First-year member of the squad • versatile player that has great offensive and defensive skill sets in addition to a solid tactical understanding of the game • has qualities of developing into a go-to player for the team • displays the abilities to make players around her better.

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High School A three-year starter at Villa Maria Academy, she helped lead the Hurricanes to four PIAA District I Championships under head coach Maurene Polley • team collected a 44-5 record in her final two seasons en routes to PIAA State Finals appearances • squad was the 2011 Philadelphia Inquirer Team of the Year • as a senior, was named to the Harrow Sports/NFHCA High School All-Region Second Team, Second Team All-State, All-Southeastern Pennsylvania Inquirer First Team, All-Main Line First Team, League All-Star, First Team Daily Local AllArea Team, PFHCA All-Academic Team and NFHCA High School Academic Team • also named All-State Honorable Mention and All-Area Second Team as a junior • helped lead her club team, the WC Eagles, to a NIT Poll Championship, Festival Championship and NCAA second place finish • academically sound athlete as she obtained a four-year academic scholarship to Villa Maria • earned Distinguished Honors, First Honors and All Honors/AP Classes • honored as the Andrea Thompson Memorial Scholar Athlete • spent time as a member of the yearbook staff, Math Honor Society, National Honors Society, Latin Honor Society and CYO Board. Personal Maura Gallagher Zarkoski • born November 18, 1994 in Marietta, Ga. • daughter of Patti and Alan Zarkoski • has three siblings, Anna, Joseph and Abbie • mom played field hockey at Notre Dame • sister, Anna, is currently a senior field hockey goalie at Richmond • cousin, Mary Cate Gordon, played field hockey at Old Dominion • majoring in Nursing with the goal of becoming a nurse anesthetist • enjoys reading, listening to music and spending time with her family • favorite sports teams include the Philadelphia Phillies and Philadelphia Flyers • chose Delaware because of the excellent field hockey team and first-rate nursing program.

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OHIO

BOSTON UNIV.

CENTRAL MICHIGAN

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Neil Macmillan Alma Mater: Loughborough ‘96 Record at Ohio: 101-71 | 9th Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coach: Pam Spuehler Graduate Assistant Coach: Amy Kee

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Sally Starr Alma Mater: Ursinus ‘78 Years at BU: 33rd Season Associate Head Coach: Tracey Paul Assistant Coach: Sarah Shute

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Cristy Freese Alma Mater: Ohio State ‘80 Record at CMU: 212-294-6 | 28th Season Career Record: 219-311-7 | 29th Season Assistant Coaches: Earl Marais, Carolyn Cabrey

Team Information 2012 Record: 12-6 2012 America East Record: 4-3

Team Information 2012 Record: 7-12 2012 MAC Record | Finish: 3-3 | 3rd Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 15/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4

Sunday, September 1 | 1 p.m. New Balance Field | Boston, Mass.

Team Information 2012 Record: 8-9 2012 MAC Record | Finish: 2-3 | T-4th Postseason Play: MAC Tournament Quarterfinals Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 15/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Newcomers: 4 Series Information All-time series: Ohio leads, 1-0 Last meeting: 2000 | Ohio won, 2-1, at Iowa

Monday, September 2 | 1 p.m. New Balance Field | Boston, Mass.

Series Information All-time series: BU leads, 14-3 Last meeting: 2012 | BU won, 4-3 (OT), in Newark www.GoTerriers.com @BU_FieldHockey

Friday, September 6 | 3 p.m. Rullo Stadium | Newark, Del.

Series Information All-time series: Tied, 1-1 Last meeting: 2012 | CMU won, 4-3, at Univ. Mich. www.CMUChippewas.com @CMUFieldHockey

www.OhioBobcats.com @OhioFieldHockey

LAFAYETTE

TEMPLE

MICHIGAN STATE

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Jennifer Stone Alma Mater: Lafayette ‘04 Record at Lafayette: First Year Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Laree Beans, Rayelle Heistand

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Amanda Janney Record at TU: 86-81 | Ninth Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coach: Kelly Driscoll

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Helen Knull Alma Mater: Kent State ‘03 Record at MSU: 17-23 | 3rd Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Molly Maloney, Jennifer Sciulli

Friday, September 6 | Noon Rullo Stadium | Newark, Del.

Team Information 2012 Record: 17-3 2012 Patriot League Record | Finish: 5-0 | 1st Postseason Play: First Round NCAA Tournament Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/4 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 15-11-2 Last meeting: 2005 | UD won, 5-1, in Easton, Pa. www.GoLeopards.com @LafayetteFH

Friday, September 13 | 7 p.m. Rullo Stadium, Newark, Del.

Team Information 2012 Record: 12-9 2012 Atlantic 10 Record | Finish: 5-2 | 3rd Postseason Play: A-10 Semifinals Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 10/1 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 18-11-1 Last meeting: 2012 | UD won, 4-3, in Philadelphia www.OwlSports.com @TempleFH

Sunday, September 15 | Noon Rullo Stadium | Newark, Del.

Team Information 2012 Record: 10-10 2012 B1G Record | Finish: 2-5 | T-5th Postseason Play: B1G Tournament First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 15/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Newcomers: 11 Series Information All-time series: Michigan State leads, 5-1 Last meeting: 2009 | MSU won, 5-2, at Duke www.MSUSpartans.com @MSUfieldhockey

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PENN STATE

BUCKNELL

MONMOUTH

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Charlene Morett Alma Mater: Penn State ‘79 Record at PSU: 411-158-8 | 27th Season Career Record: 445-173-17 | 30th Season Assistant Coaches: Lisa Bervinchak-Love, Stuart Smith

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Jeremy Cook Alma Mater: Drexel ‘02 Record at Bucknell: 47-49 | Sixth Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Meghan Dawson, Erin Singleton

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Carli Figlio Alma Mater: Kent State ‘05 Record at MU: 54-63 | 7th Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Jill DiSanti, Nicole Barry

Team Information 2012 Record: 9-10 2012 Patriot League Record | Finish: 3-2 | 3rd Postseason Play: n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2

Team Information 2012 Record: 8-13 2012 NEC Record | Finish: 5-2 | T-3rd Postseason Play: NEC Tournament (1-1) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/9 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/6

Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 8-2-2 Last meeting: 2007 | UD won, 4-2, in Newark

Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 3-2 Last meeting: 2012 | UD won, 3-1, in Newark

Friday, September 20 | 5 p.m. Penn State FIeld Hockey Complex | University Park, Pa.

Team Information 2012 Record: 18-4 2012 Big Ten Record | Finish: 5-1 | 1st Postseason Play: NCAA Quarterfinals Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 17/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Newcomers: 5 Series Information All-time series: PSU leads, 14-5-2 Last meeting: 1991 | PSU won, 4-0, in University Park www.GoPSUsports.com @PennStateFH

Sunday, September 22 | Noon Graham Field | Lewisburg, Pa.

www.BucknelleBison.com @BucknellFH

Sunday, September 29 | 1 p.m. So Sweet A Cat Field | West Long Branch, N.J.

www.GoMUHawks.com @MonmouthFH

WILLIAM & MARY*

JAMES MADISON*

TOWSON*

Field Hockey Staff Interim Head Coach: Tess Ellis Record at W&M: 0-0 | 1st Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coach: Maria Caro Volunteer Assistant: Camilla Hill

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Antoinette Lucas Alma Mater: Northwestern ‘92 Record at JMU: 108-76 | 10th Season Career Record: Same Associate Head Coach: Michael Boal Assistant Coach: Andrew Gooderham

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Carly Powell Alma Mater: Delaware ‘05 Record at TU: First Year Career Record: Same Assistant Coach: Christina Armer

Friday, October 4 | 7 p.m. Rullo Stadium | Newark, Del.

Team Information 2012 Record: 11-10 2012 CAA Record | Finish: 3-4 | 4th Postseason Play: CAA Quarterfinals Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 Newcomers: 7 Series Information All-time series: Tied, 8-8 Last meeting: 2012 | UD won, 3-2, at CAA Tournament in Philadelphia

Sunday, October 6 | 1 p.m. Rullo Stadium | Newark, Del.

Team Information 2012 Record: 11-8 2012 CAA Record | Finish: 4-3 | 3rd Series Information All-time series: JMU leads, 9-5 Last meeting: 2012 | JMU won, 3-2 (OT), in Newark www.JMUSports.com @JMU_FieldHockey

Friday, October 11 | 7 p.m. Rullo Stadium | Newark, Del.

Team Information 2012 Record: 1-18 2012 CAA Record | Finish: 0-7 | 8th Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/9 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/4 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 30-5-1 Last meeting: 2011 | UD won, 4-0, in Towson www.TowsonTigers.com @Towson_FH

www.TribeAthletics.com @TribeAthletics

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PRINCETON

COLUMBIA

HOFSTRA*

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Kristen Holmes-Winn Alma Mater: Iowa ‘97 Record at Princeton: 131-57 | 11th Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Melisa Meccage, Mike Pallister

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Marybeth Freeman Alma Mater: Old Dominion ‘02 Record at Columbia: 28-23 | Fourth Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Caroline Nichols, Dani Forword

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Kathy De Angelis Alma Mater: Massachusetts ‘92 Record at Hofstra: 147-148 | 16th Season Career Record: 174-227-3 | 22nd Season Assistant Coach: April Cornell

Team Information 2012 Record: 21-1 2012 Ivy Record | Finish: 7-0 | 1st Postseason Play: NCAA National Champions Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Newcomers: 5

Team Information 2012 Record: 9-8 2012 Ivy League Record | Finish: 4-3 | 3rd Postseason Play: n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 14/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/6 Newcomers: 8

Team Information 2012 Record: 7-12 2012 CAA Record | Finish: 1-6 | 6th Postseason Play: n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/11 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5

Series Information All-time series: Tied, 11-11-3 Last meeting: 2012 | Princeton won, 10-2, at PU

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

Sunday, October 13 | 1 p.m. Rullo Stadium | Newark, Del.

www.GoPrincetonTigers.com @TigerFH

Sunday, October 20 | 1 p.m. Columbia Field Hockey Venue | New York, N.Y.

www.GoColumbiaLions.com @columbiafhockey

Friday, October 25 | 3 p.m. Hofstra Field Hockey Stadium | Hempstead, N.Y.

Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 21-6 Last meeting: 2012 | UD won, 2-1 in Newark www.GoHofstra.com @HUFieldHockey

NORTHEASTERN*

DREXEL*

VILLANOVA

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Cheryl Murtagh Alma Mater: New Hampshire ‘81 Record at NU: 347-190-10 | 26th Season Career Record: 364-205-13 | 28th Season Associate Head Coach: Kate Pfiefer Assistant Coach: Ben Howarth Student Assistant: Crystal Poland

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Denise Zelenak Alma Mater: West Chester ‘91 Record at Drexel: 191-170 | 19th Season Career Record: Same Associate Head Coach: Nicky Hitchens Assistant Coach: Susan Ciufo

Field Hockey Staff Head Coach: Joanie Milhous Alma Mater: William & Mary ‘91 Record at VU: 182-169 | 19th Season Career Record: 204-209-4 | 23rd Season Assistant Coach: Kaitlyn Scholl

Sunday, October 27 | 2 p.m. Dedham, Mass.

Team Information 2012 Record: 14-7 2012 CAA Record | Finish: 5-2 | T-2rd Postseason Play: NCAA First Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/11 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7 Newcomers: 10 Series Information All-time series: NU leads, 17-5 Last meeting: 2012 | NU won, 5-0, in Newark www.GoNU.com @GoNUfhockey

Friday, November 1 | 7 p.m. Buckley Field | Philadelphia, Pa.

Team Information 2012 Record: 15-7 2012 CAA Record | Finish: 5-2 | 1st Postseason Play: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 13/1 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/1 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 22-7-0 Last meeting: 2012 | Drexel won, 2-1, in Philadelphia

Sunday, November 3 | 1 p.m. Rullo Stadium | Newark, Del.

Team Information 2012 Record: 7-12 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 3-0 Last meeting: 2011 | UD won, 5-0, in Newark www.Villanova.com @VillanovaFH

www.DrexelDragons.com @DrexelDragons

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2012 STATISTICS

2012 University of Delaware Field Hockey Delaware Combined Team Statistics (FINAL) All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

@

* * * * * * * # #

Aug 24 Aug 26 Aug 31 Sep 01 Sep 05 Sep 07 Sep 12 Sep 14 Sep 16 Sep 22 Sep 23 Sep 28 Sep 30 Oct 05 Oct 07 Oct 19 Oct 21 Oct 26 Nov 02 Nov 03

OVERALL 8-12 3-4 5-8

Opponent #14 BOSTON UNIVERSITY #19 ALBANY vs Central Michigan at Michigan SAINT JOSEPH'S #1 NORTH CAROLINA MONMOUTH at Temple at #2 Princeton at Appalachian State at #14 Wake Forest at #19 William & Mary at #8 Old Dominion #8 NORTHEASTERN HOFSTRA at Drexel at Towson JAMES MADISON vs William & Mary at Drexel

Lot Lo3 Lot L W L W W L W L L L L W W W Lot W L

Score 3-4 2-3 3-4 1-4 3-1 0-6 3-1 4-3 2-10 2-1 0-3 0-4 1-5 0-5 2-1 4-2 4-0 2-3 3-2 1-2

Att. 255 262 76 281 262 319 242 172 315 110 371 133 391 431 272 215 264 373 0 0

@ - at Univ. Michigan * - CAA Contest # - CAA Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.) TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game PENALTY CORNERS PENALTY STROKES PENALTIES Green cards Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

HOME 3-5 1-2 2-3 ##

Player

11 17 3 22 9 18 1 12 24 2 16 28 8 29 23 14

McKee, Kelsey Patzner, Michaela Popinko, Toni Prettyman, Kasey Onorato, Nikki Hecht, Carley Hartman, Heather O'Malley, Clare Sharpless, Tory Pepper, Hannah Coveleski, Jackie Mikelson, Allie Hudson, Morgan van Stapele, Anne Holmes, Janell Pepper, Rebecca Total Opponents

Goalie 89 Scher, Sarah 0 Simons, Megane ##

Total Opponents

DELAWARE

OPP

40-199 2.00 .201 120-199 .603 9.9 116 2-3

63-310 3.15 .203 207-310 .668 15.5 125 2-2

15 6 0

14 7 0

2416 8/302 2/38

2252 10/225

AWAY 4-6 2-2 2-4

NEUTRAL 1-1 0-0 1-1

gp g a pts sh sh% sog sog% gw ps-att dsv 20 11 2 24 36 .306 23 .639 2 2-3 1 20 7 2 16 20 .350 10 .500 2 0-0 0 19 3 6 12 40 .075 22 .550 0 0-0 0 20 4 2 10 13 .308 7 .538 0 0-0 0 20 4 0 8 13 .308 9 .692 1 0-0 0 19 2 4 8 7 .286 6 .857 1 0-0 0 20 0 8 8 4 .000 1 .250 0 0-0 0 20 2 2 6 8 .250 7 .875 0 0-0 2 20 2 1 5 9 .222 6 .667 0 0-0 0 18 2 0 4 6 .333 4 .667 1 0-0 0 19 1 2 4 10 .100 8 .800 0 0-0 0 20 1 0 2 27 .037 13 .481 1 0-0 0 17 1 0 2 3 .333 2 .667 0 0-0 0 6 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 0 20 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 1 6 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0-0 0 20 40 29 109 199 .201 120 .603 8 2-3 4 20 63 43 169 310 .203 207 .668 12 2-2 3 GP 15 7 20 20

Min. 1049:56 405:28 1455:24 1455:12

GA

43 20 63 40

GAAvg Saves

3.69 4.44 3.90 2.47

82 56 144 80

Goals by Period Delaware Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

OT3

15 34

25 26

0 3

0 0

0 1

Shots by Period Delaware Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

OT3

79 115 132 160

3 9

2 9

0 0

Saves by Period Delaware Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

OT3

54 32

80 46

1 1

9 1

0 0

Corners by Period Delaware Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

OT3

46 51

68 67

1 3

1 4

0 0

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W-L-T

Sho

.656 7-8-0 .737 1-4-0 .696 8-12-0 .667 12-8-0

Pct

1.0 0.0 1 4

Total 40 64 Total 199 310 Total 144 80 Total 116 125


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2012 RESULTS

2012 University of Delaware Field Hockey Delaware Game Results (FINAL) All games Date

@

Aug 24

Opponent #14 BOSTON UNIVERSITY

LOT

Aug 26

#19 ALBANY

LO3

2-3

0-2-0

0-0-0

Aug 31

vs Central Michigan

LOT

3-4

0-3-0

0-0-0

Sep 01

at Michigan SAINT JOSEPH'S

L W

1-4 3-1

0-4-0 1-4-0

0-0-0 0-0-0

Sep 12

#1 NORTH CAROLINA MONMOUTH

W

0-6 3-1

1-5-0 2-5-0

0-0-0 0-0-0

Sep 14

at Temple

W

4-3

3-5-0

0-0-0

Sep 16

at #2 Princeton

L

2-10

3-6-0

0-0-0

Sep 22

at Appalachian State

W

2-1

4-6-0

0-0-0

Sep 23

L

W

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

4-7-0 4-8-0 4-9-0 4-10-0 5-10-0

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

Sep 05

Sep 07

Score Overall 3-4 0-1-0

L

Conf 0-0-0

*

Sep 30

*

Oct 05

*

Oct 07

at #14 Wake Forest at #19 William & Mary at #8 Old Dominion #8 NORTHEASTERN HOFSTRA

*

Oct 19

at Drexel

W

4-2

6-10-0

2-3-0

*

Oct 21

at Towson

W

4-0

7-10-0

3-3-0

*

Oct 26

JAMES MADISON

2-3

7-11-0

3-4-0

#

Nov 02

vs William & Mary

W

3-2

8-11-0

3-4-0

#

Nov 03

at Drexel

L

1-2

8-12-0

3-4-0

*

Sep 28

L L L

LOT

Att. Goals scored 255 Patzner, Michaela (unassisted) Patzner, Michaela (unassisted) Onorato, Nikki (Popinko, Toni) 262 Coveleski, Jackie (O'Malley, Clare) McKee, Kelsey (penalty shot) 76 Prettyman, Kasey (Coveleski, Jackie) Patzner, Michaela (unassisted) Prettyman, Kasey (Hartman, Heather) 281 Sharpless, Tory (Prettyman, Kasey) 262 Patzner, Michaela (unassisted) Popinko, Toni (Prettyman, Kasey) Onorato, Nikki (unassisted) 319 242 Sharpless, Tory (unassisted) Onorato, Nikki (Popinko, Toni) Onorato, Nikki (McKee, Kelsey) 172 Pepper, Hannah (Coveleski, Jackie) McKee, Kelsey (Hecht, Carley;Hartman, Heather) Prettyman, Kasey (Popinko, Toni) McKee, Kelsey (Patzner, Michaela;Hartman, Heather) 315 McKee, Kelsey (Hecht, Carley;Hartman, Heather) Patzner, Michaela (McKee, Kelsey) 110 O'Malley, Clare (unassisted) Pepper, Hannah (unassisted) 371 133 391 McKee, Kelsey (Hartman, Heather) 431 272 McKee, Kelsey (unassisted) McKee, Kelsey (penalty shot) 215 McKee, Kelsey (Hartman, Heather;Hecht, Carley) McKee, Kelsey (Hartman, Heather) Patzner, Michaela (unassisted) McKee, Kelsey (Hartman, Heather) 264 Mikelson, Allie (Hecht, Carley) Popinko, Toni (O'Malley, Clare) Hecht, Carley (Popinko, Toni) Popinko, Toni (unassisted) 373 McKee, Kelsey (unassisted) O'Malley, Clare (Popinko, Toni) Hudson, Morgan (Patzner, Michaela) Hecht, Carley (Popinko, Toni) Prettyman, Kasey (Sharpless, Tory) Patzner, Michaela (unassisted)

@ - at Univ. Michigan * - CAA Contest # - CAA Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.)

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

W-L-T 8-12 3-4 3-5 4-6 1-1 0-4

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 20 8 10 2

Total 4744 2416 2252 76

Avg. 237 302 225 38

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2012 TEAM LEADERS 2012 University of Delaware Field Hockey Delaware Category Leaders (FINAL) All games

## Points

11 17 3 22 9 18 1 12 24 2

McKee, Kelsey Patzner, Michaela Popinko, Toni Prettyman, Kasey Onorato, Nikki Hecht, Carley Hartman, Heather O'Malley, Clare Sharpless, Tory Pepper, Hannah

## Goals

11 17 9 22 3 24 12 18 2 16

McKee, Kelsey Patzner, Michaela Onorato, Nikki Prettyman, Kasey Popinko, Toni Sharpless, Tory O'Malley, Clare Hecht, Carley Pepper, Hannah Coveleski, Jackie

## Assists

1 3 18 16 12 22 17 11 24

Hartman, Heather Popinko, Toni Hecht, Carley Coveleski, Jackie O'Malley, Clare Prettyman, Kasey Patzner, Michaela McKee, Kelsey Sharpless, Tory

GP

G

A

20 20 19 20 20 19 20 20 20 18

11 7 3 4 4 2 0 2 2 2

2 2 6 2 0 4 8 2 1 0

GP

G

A

20 20 20 20 19 20 20 19 18 19

11 7 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 1

2 2 0 2 6 1 2 4 0 2

GP

G

A

20 19 19 19 20 20 20 20 20

0 3 2 1 2 4 7 11 2

8 6 4 2 2 2 2 2 1

Pts Shots

24 16 12 10 8 8 8 6 5 4

36 20 40 13 13 7 4 8 9 6

Pts Shots

24 16 8 10 12 5 6 8 4 4

36 20 13 13 40 9 8 7 6 10

Pts Shots

8 12 8 4 6 10 16 24 5

4 40 7 10 8 13 20 36 9

## Shots

3 11 28 17 9 22 16 24 12 18

Popinko, Toni McKee, Kelsey Mikelson, Allie Patzner, Michaela Onorato, Nikki Prettyman, Kasey Coveleski, Jackie Sharpless, Tory O'Malley, Clare Hecht, Carley

## Shots on Goal

11 3 28 17 9 16 22 12 24 18

McKee, Kelsey Popinko, Toni Mikelson, Allie Patzner, Michaela Onorato, Nikki Coveleski, Jackie Prettyman, Kasey O'Malley, Clare Sharpless, Tory Hecht, Carley

GP

G

19 20 20 20 20 20 19 20 20 19

3 11 1 7 4 4 1 2 2 2

GP

G

20 19 20 20 20 19 20 20 20 19

11 3 1 7 4 1 4 2 2 2

A Shots Shot%

6 2 0 2 0 2 2 1 2 4

A Shots

2 6 0 2 0 2 2 2 1 4

## Game-winning Goals

GP

No.

McKee, Kelsey Patzner, Michaela Mikelson, Allie Onorato, Nikki Pepper, Hannah Hecht, Carley

20 20 20 20 18 19

2 2 1 1 1 1

11 17 28 9 2 18

40 36 27 20 13 13 10 9 8 7

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.075 .306 .037 .350 .308 .308 .100 .222 .250 .286 SOG SOG%

23 22 13 10 9 8 7 7 6 6

.639 .550 .481 .500 .692 .800 .538 .875 .667 .857


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2012 HIGHS

2012 University of Delaware Field Hockey Delaware High/Low Analysis (FINAL) All games Delaware - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS

14 12 4 4 4 6 4 18 15 10 10 10 16 15 15 11 1

GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES PENALTY CORNERS FOULS

at Temple (Sep 14) at Drexel (Oct 19) at Towson (Oct 21) at Drexel (Oct 19) at Temple (Sep 14) at Temple (Sep 14) at Drexel (Oct 19) vs Saint Joseph's (Sep 05) vs Monmouth (Sep 12) at Appalachian State (Sep 22) vs Monmouth (Sep 12) vs Saint Joseph's (Sep 05) vs Albany (Aug 26) at Wake Forest (Sep 23) at Towson (Oct 21) at Appalachian State (Sep 22) at Princeton (Sep 16) Opponent - GAME HIGHS

POINTS

31 at Princeton (Sep 16) 15 vs Northeastern (Oct 05) 10 at Princeton (Sep 16) 6 vs North Carolina (Sep 07) 11 at Princeton (Sep 16) 5 vs Northeastern (Oct 05) 32 vs Albany (Aug 26) 29 vs North Carolina (Sep 07) 19 at Princeton (Sep 16) 19 vs North Carolina (Sep 07) 8 at Appalachian State (Sep 22) 7 at Drexel (Nov 03) 7 vs Monmouth (Sep 12) 2012 University Delaware Field 7 vs Saintof Joseph's (Sep 05)Hockey High/Low Analysis (FINAL) 12 Delaware at Wake Forest (Sep 23) All (Aug games 11 vs Albany 26)

GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES

PENALTY CORNERS

Delaware - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS GOALS

ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL SAVES

6 5 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 8 7 7 6 5 15 15

McKee, Kelsey at Drexel (Oct 19) Popinko, Toni at Towson (Oct 21) McKee, Kelsey at Drexel (Oct 19) Popinko, Toni at Towson (Oct 21) McKee, Kelsey vs Hofstra (Oct 07) McKee, Kelsey at Temple (Sep 14) Onorato, Nikki vs Monmouth (Sep 12) Prettyman, Kasey vs Central Michigan (Aug 31) Patzner, Michaela vs Boston University (Aug 24) Hartman, Heather at Drexel (Oct 19) Hartman, Heather at Temple (Sep 14) McKee, Kelsey vs Hofstra (Oct 07) McKee, Kelsey at Drexel (Oct 19) Popinko, Toni vs Saint Joseph's (Sep 05) McKee, Kelsey vs Hofstra (Oct 07) McKee, Kelsey at Drexel (Oct 19) Simons, Megane at Wake Forest (Sep 23) Scher, Sarah vs Albany (Aug 26)

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2012 CAA STANDINGS 2012 CAA CONFERENCE FIELD HOCKEY STATISTICS Through games of Nov 27, 2012 (All games)

Team

Conference

Old Dominion Drexel Northeastern James Madison William & Mary Delaware Hofstra Towson

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

Pct.

GF

GA

Overall

Pct.

GF

GA

1.000 .714 .714 .571 .429 .429 .143 .000

33 17 25 11 15 13 7 5

7 14 8 9 15 20 22 31

15-6 15-7 14-7 11-8 10-9 8-12 7-12 1-18

.714 .682 .667 .579 .526 .400 .368 .053

71 45 62 32 47 40 34 21

41 38 36 25 33 64 46 98

Team Miscellaneous

GP GF-GA

Score Avg.

Margin

PK-Att

Delaware Drexel Hofstra James Madison Northeastern Old Dominion Towson William & Mary

20 22 19 19 21 21 19 19

1.92-3.03 2.00-1.69 1.79-2.42 1.62-1.27 2.80-1.63 3.34-1.93 1.10-5.13 2.43-1.71

-1.11 +0.31 -0.63 +0.35 +1.17 +1.41 -4.03 +0.72

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

Attendance

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

40-63 45-38 34-46 32-25 62-36 71-41 21-98 47-33

Home Average

8-2416 9-2515 9-1159 12-1610 6-778 9-2730 6-1448 10-2557 69-15213

302 279 129 134 130 303 241 256 220

Shots

Saves

Save%

Corners

199 268 242 207 339 350 136 284

144 136 112 112 103 93 163 86

69.6 78.2 70.9 81.8 74.1 69.4 62.5 72.3

116 124 87 94 167 143 75 125

Away Average

11-2252 10-1882 10-1458 5-1122 13-3576 11-3853 13-2427 8-1333 81-17903

CAA TOURNAMENT

205 188 146 224 275 350 187 167 221

Current unbeaten streak

Neutral Average

1-76 3-202 0-0 2-187 2-206 1-304 0-0 1-86 10-1061

76 67 0 94 103 304 0 86 106

Total Average

20-4744 22-4599 19-2617 19-2919 21-4560 21-6887 19-3875 19-3976 160-34177

237 209 138 154 217 328 204 209 214

ALL-CAA TEAMS

Hosted by Drexel University | Vidas Athletic Complex | Philadelphia, Pa.

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

FIRST ROUND - November 2, 2012

Sarah Breen, Old Dominion

Jonel Boileau, Hofstra

Sarah Breen, Old Dominion

Game 1 - #5 Delaware 3, #4 William & Mary 2

Maria Caro, William & Mary

Allison Conti, Northeastern

Deirdre Duke, Northeastern

Game 2 - #3 James Madison 3, #6 Hofstra 2 (OT)

Deirdre Duke, Northeastern

Nicky Graham, Northeastern

Danielle Grassi, Drexel

SEMIFINALS - November 3, 2012

Amanda Fleischut, Drexel

Lauren Hibshman, Drexel

Lauren Hibshman, Drexel

Game 3 - #1 Drexel 2, #5 Delaware 1

Christy Longacre, Old Dominion Christine Johnson, William & Mary

Zoe Kale, Northeastern

Game 4 - #2 Northeastern 3, #3 James Madison 2

Lindsay McArdle, Drexel

Krizia Layne, Hofstra

Jenna Knouse, Drexel

FINALS - November 3, 2012

Kelsey McKee, Delaware

Michaela Patzner, Delaware

Charlotte Loehr, Hofstra

Kati Nearhouse, Old Dominion

Kelsey Smither, Old Dominion

Michaela Patzner, Delaware

Crystal Poland, Northeastern

Loes Stijntjes, James Madison

Pip Saunders, William & Mary

Lizzie Priest, Northeastern

Rachel Wein, James Madison

Loes Stijntjes, James Madison

Jenna Taylor, James Madison

Lena Wimmert, James Madison

Lena Wimmert, James Madison

Game 5 - #1 Drexel 2, #2 Northeastern 1 (OT)

NCAA TOURNAMENT

Leah Zamesnik, William & Mary

FIRST ROUND - November 10, 2012

Old Dominion 6, Michigan 1 | Francis Henry Stadium | Chapel Hill, N.C.

#2 Princeton 5, Drexel 0 | Turf Field | Charlottesville, Va.

#3 UCONN 2, Northeastern 1 (2OT) | Sherman Sports Complex | Storrs, Conn.

SECOND ROUND - November 11, 2012

#1 North Carolina 3, Old Dominion 1 | Francis Henry Stadium | Chapel Hill, N.C.

2012 CAA Player of the Year: Crystal Poland, Northeastern 2012 CAA Defensive Player of the Year: Christy Longacre, Old Dominion 2012 CAA Rookie of the Year: Deirdre Duke, Northeastern 2012 CAA Coach of the Year: Beth Anders, Old Dominion

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CAA TEAM LEADERS 2012 CAA CONFERENCE FIELD HOCKEY STATISTICS Through games of Nov 27, 2012 (All games)

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

1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 8.

SCORING MARGIN

GP

Old Dominion Northeastern William & Mary James Madison Drexel Hofstra Delaware Towson

21 21 19 19 22 19 20 19

SHUTOUTS

GP

Drexel William & Mary James Madison Hofstra Northeastern Old Dominion Delaware Towson SHOTS

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

Old Dominion Northeastern William & Mary Drexel Hofstra James Madison Delaware Towson GOALS SCORED

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

Old Dominion Northeastern William & Mary Drexel Delaware Hofstra James Madison Towson GOALS ALLOWED

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

James Madison William & Mary Northeastern Drexel Old Dominion Hofstra Delaware Towson ASSISTS

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

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

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

Northeastern Old Dominion William & Mary Delaware James Madison Drexel Hofstra Towson

22 19 19 19 21 21 20 19

GP

Offense Defense

3.34 2.80 2.43 1.62 2.00 1.79 1.92 1.10 No.

6 5 5 3 2 2 1 0

No.

21 21 19 22 19 19 20 19

350 339 284 268 242 207 199 136

GP

No.

21 21 19 22 20 19 19 19

GP

19 19 21 22 21 19 20 19

GP

21 21 19 20 19 22 19 19

71 62 47 45 40 34 32 21

No.

25 33 36 38 41 46 63 98

No.

1.93 1.63 1.71 1.27 1.69 2.42 3.03 5.13

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

0.27 0.26 0.26 0.16 0.10 0.10 0.05 0.00

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

Avg/G

16.67 16.14 14.95 12.18 12.74 10.89 9.95 7.16

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

Avg/G

3.38 2.95 2.47 2.05 2.00 1.79 1.68 1.11

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

Avg/G

1.32 1.74 1.71 1.73 1.95 2.42 3.15 5.16

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

Avg/G

SCORING AVERAGE

GP

GA

GOALS AGAINST AVG

GP

GA

SHOTS PER GAME

GP

21 21 19 19 22 19 20 19

350 339 284 242 268 207 199 136

GOALS SCORED/GAME

Old Dominion Northeastern William & Mary Drexel Delaware Hofstra James Madison Towson

21 21 19 22 20 19 19 19

James Madison Northeastern Drexel William & Mary Old Dominion Hofstra Delaware Towson

No.

Avg/G

19 20 22 19 19 21 21 19

163 144 136 112 112 103 93 86

8.58 7.20 6.18 5.89 5.89 4.90 4.43 4.53

PENALTY CORNERS

GP

No.

Avg/G

167 143 125 124 116 94 87 75

7.95 6.81 6.58 5.64 5.80 4.95 4.58 3.95

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

1. 2. 3.

6. 7. 8.

Minutes

GA Avg.

Minutes

GA Avg.

1488:29 1549:49 1353:58 1573:28 1455:24 1331:59 1381:14 1338:24

25 36 38 33 41 46 63 98

1381:14 1549:49 1573:28 1353:58 1488:29 1331:59 1455:24 1338:24

No.

Avg/G

GP

No.

Avg/G

GOALS ALLOWED/GAME

GP

No.

Avg/G

ASSISTS PER GAME

GP

No.

Avg/G

Old Dominion Northeastern William & Mary Hofstra Drexel James Madison Delaware Towson Old Dominion Northeastern William & Mary Drexel Delaware Hofstra James Madison Towson

21 21 19 22 20 19 19 19

James Madison Northeastern Drexel William & Mary Old Dominion Hofstra Delaware Towson

SAVES PER GAME

GP

DEFENSIVE SAVES

GP

Towson Delaware Drexel James Madison Hofstra Northeastern William & Mary Old Dominion

Old Dominion Drexel Towson James Madison Northeastern Delaware William & Mary Hofstra

19 20 22 19 19 21 19 21

21 22 19 19 21 20 19 19

1.32 1.71 1.73 1.74 1.95 2.42 3.15 5.16

44 46 45 28 29 24 24 17

No.

163 144 136 112 112 103 86 93 No.

15 6 5 5 5 4 3 2

1.27 1.63 1.69 1.71 1.93 2.42 3.03 5.13

3.38 2.95 2.47 2.05 2.00 1.79 1.68 1.11

25 36 38 33 41 46 63 98

19 21 21 19 20 19 22 19

3.34 2.80 2.43 2.00 1.92 1.79 1.62 1.10

16.67 16.14 14.95 12.74 12.18 10.89 9.95 7.16

71 62 47 45 40 34 32 21

19 21 22 19 21 19 20 19

Through games of Nov 27, 2012 (All games)

GP

41 36 33 38 63 46 25 98

19 21 22 19 21 19 20 19

46 2.19 1. William & Mary 45 2.14 2. Northeastern 44 2.32 3. Old Dominion 29 1.45 4. James Madison 28 1.47 5. Delaware 24 1.09 6. Hofstra 2012 CAA 24 1.26 7. Drexel CONFERENCE FIELD HOCKEY STATISTICS 17 0.89 8. Towson

Towson Delaware Drexel James Madison Hofstra Northeastern Old Dominion William & Mary

21 21 19 22 20 19 19 19

1.41 1.17 0.72 0.35 0.31 -0.63 -1.11 -4.03

Avg/G

SAVES

Northeastern Old Dominion William & Mary Drexel Delaware James Madison Hofstra Towson

Margin

2.32 2.19 2.14 1.47 1.45 1.26 1.09 0.89

Avg/G

8.58 7.20 6.18 5.89 5.89 4.90 4.53 4.43

GA Save%

98 63 38 25 46 36 33 41

.625 .696 .782 .818 .709 .741 .723 .694

Avg/G

0.71 0.27 0.26 0.26 0.24 0.20 0.16 0.11

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CAA INDIVID. LEADERS 2012 CAA INDIVIDUAL FIELD HOCKEY STATISTICS Through games of Nov 27, 2012 (All games)

To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 50.0% of their team's games, goalies at least 33.0% of their team's minutes.

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

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

SHOTS

GP

Poland, Crystal-NU Duke, Deirdre-NU FLEISCHUT, AMANDA-Drexel Breen, Sarah-ODU MCARDLE, LINDSAY-Drexel Gallagher, Micaela-Hofstra Boileau, Jonel-Hofstra Zamesnik, Leah-W&M West, Taylor-JMU Villagra, Rosario-ODU

20 21 22 21 22 19 19 19 19 21

POINTS

GP

Poland, Crystal-NU Duke, Deirdre-NU Villagra, Rosario-ODU Breen, Sarah-ODU FLEISCHUT, AMANDA-Drexel MCARDLE, LINDSAY-Drexel Boileau, Jonel-Hofstra McKee, Kelsey-Delaware vanRijswijk, Maartje-ODU Longacre, Christy-ODU

GOALS

1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

9. 10.

Poland, Crystal-NU Duke, Deirdre-NU Villagra, Rosario-ODU Breen, Sarah-ODU MCARDLE, LINDSAY-Drexel Boileau, Jonel-Hofstra McKee, Kelsey-Delaware FLEISCHUT, AMANDA-Drexel Longacre, Christy-ODU Wein, Rachel-JMU vanRijswijk, Maartje-ODU ASSISTS

1. 2. 4. 5.

10.

Graham, Nicky-NU Bennett, Lindsay-NU Smither, Kelsey-ODU Allaband, Dana-JMU Taylor, Jenna-JMU Hartman, Heather-Delaware Villagra, Rosario-ODU Breen, Sarah-ODU FLEISCHUT, AMANDA-Drexel Poland, Crystal-NU GAME-WINNING GOALS

1. 2. 3. 5.

Poland, Crystal-NU West, Taylor-JMU Breen, Sarah-ODU Duke, Deirdre-NU Boileau, Jonel-Hofstra MCARDLE, LINDSAY-Drexel FLEISCHUT, AMANDA-Drexel CONRAD, CHRISTINA-Drexel

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20 21 21 21 22 22 19 20 21 21

GP

20 21 21 21 22 19 20 22 21 19 21

GP

21 21 21 19 19 20 21 21 22 20

GP

20 19 21 21 19 22 22 22

No. Avg/G

131 99 79 68 63 58 57 52 51 47 G

28 14 13 12 11 12 11 11 9 10

6.55 4.71 3.59 3.24 2.86 3.05 3.00 2.74 2.68 2.24

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

A Pts Avg/G

7 6 8 8 8 3 3 2 6 4

63 34 34 32 30 27 25 24 24 24

3.15 1.62 1.62 1.52 1.36 1.23 1.32 1.20 1.14 1.14

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

No. Avg/G

28 14 13 12 12 11 11 11 10 9 9

1.40 0.67 0.62 0.57 0.55 0.58 0.55 0.50 0.48 0.47 0.43

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

No. Avg/G

12 11 11 9 8 8 8 8 8 7

0.57 0.52 0.52 0.47 0.42 0.40 0.38 0.38 0.36 0.35

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

No. Avg/G

8 5 4 4 3 3 3 3

0.40 0.26 0.19 0.19 0.16 0.14 0.14 0.14

1. 2. 3.

6.

SHOTS PER GAME

GP

POINTS PER GAME

GP

GOALS PER GAME

GP

No. Avg/G

ASSISTS PER GAME

GP

No. Avg/G

DEFENSIVE SAVES

GP

No. Avg/G

Poland, Crystal-NU Duke, Deirdre-NU FLEISCHUT, AMANDA-Drexel Breen, Sarah-ODU Gallagher, Micaela-Hofstra Boileau, Jonel-Hofstra MCARDLE, LINDSAY-Drexel Zamesnik, Leah-W&M West, Taylor-JMU Johnson, Christine-W&M

Poland, Crystal-NU Duke, Deirdre-NU Villagra, Rosario-ODU Breen, Sarah-ODU FLEISCHUT, AMANDA-Drexel Boileau, Jonel-Hofstra MCARDLE, LINDSAY-Drexel McKee, Kelsey-Delaware Saunders, Pip-W&M Longacre, Christy-ODU vanRijswijk, Maartje-ODU Poland, Crystal-NU Duke, Deirdre-NU Villagra, Rosario-ODU Boileau, Jonel-Hofstra Breen, Sarah-ODU McKee, Kelsey-Delaware MCARDLE, LINDSAY-Drexel FLEISCHUT, AMANDA-Drexel Longacre, Christy-ODU Wein, Rachel-JMU

Graham, Nicky-NU Bennett, Lindsay-NU Smither, Kelsey-ODU Allaband, Dana-JMU Taylor, Jenna-JMU Hartman, Heather-Delaware Breen, Sarah-ODU Villagra, Rosario-ODU FLEISCHUT, AMANDA-Drexel Poland, Crystal-NU Hodge, Julie-ODU FOCHT, KRISTEN-Drexel Tase, Christine-NU Smither, Kelsey-ODU Longacre, Christy-ODU Nolan, Kate-Towson Smiertka, Sam-JMU O'Malley, Clare-Delaware Velzian, Lydia-ODU Graham, Nicky-NU

20 21 22 21 19 19 22 19 19 19

20 21 21 21 22 19 22 20 19 21 21 20 21 21 19 21 20 22 22 21 19

21 21 21 19 19 20 21 21 22 20

21 22 21 21 21 15 19 20 21 21

No. Avg/G

131 99 79 68 58 57 63 52 51 46 G

28 14 13 12 11 11 12 11 8 10 9

6.55 4.71 3.59 3.24 3.05 3.00 2.86 2.74 2.68 2.42

A Pts Avg/G

7 6 8 8 8 3 3 2 6 4 6

28 14 13 11 12 11 12 11 10 9

12 11 11 9 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2

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63 34 34 32 30 25 27 24 22 24 24

1.40 0.67 0.62 0.58 0.57 0.55 0.55 0.50 0.48 0.47

0.57 0.52 0.52 0.47 0.42 0.40 0.38 0.38 0.36 0.35

0.33 0.18 0.14 0.14 0.14 0.13 0.11 0.10 0.10 0.10

3.15 1.62 1.62 1.52 1.36 1.32 1.23 1.20 1.16 1.14 1.14


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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY 2012 IN REVIEW

CAA INDIVID. LEADERS 2012 CAA INDIVIDUAL FIELD HOCKEY STATISTICS Through games of Nov 27, 2012 (All games)

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

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

SAVES

GP

Dickson, Tashani-Towson GUNTER, JANTIEN-Drexel De Turo, Kaitlyn-Hofstra Wimmert, Lena-JMU Priest, Lizzie-NU Scher, Sarah-Delaware Petriello, Marla-ODU Simons, Megane-Delaware Frey, Elizabeth-W&M Johnson, Catherine-W&M

19 22 19 19 21 15 18 7 15 10

SHUTOUTS

GP

GUNTER, JANTIEN-Drexel Wimmert, Lena-JMU Frey, Elizabeth-W&M De Turo, Kaitlyn-Hofstra Petriello, Marla-ODU Johnson, Catherine-W&M Scher, Sarah-Delaware Geaslen, Tameka-NU Priest, Lizzie-NU GOALS AGAINST AVG

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

Wimmert, Lena-JMU Priest, Lizzie-NU Frey, Elizabeth-W&M GUNTER, JANTIEN-Drexel Petriello, Marla-ODU Johnson, Catherine-W&M De Turo, Kaitlyn-Hofstra Scher, Sarah-Delaware Dickson, Tashani-Towson

Team Identification

Delaware Drexel Hofstra James Madison Northeastern Old Dominion Towson William & Mary

22 19 15 19 18 10 15 2 21

GP

19 21 15 22 18 10 19 15 19

No. Avg/G

158 128 110 107 97 82 67 56 48 34

8.32 5.82 5.79 5.63 4.62 5.47 3.72 8.00 3.20 3.40

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

No. Avg/G

6.0 5.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 0.1 0.1

0.27 0.26 0.27 0.16 0.11 0.10 0.07 0.05 0.00

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

GA Minutes GAavg

25 36 20 37 30 13 46 43 98

1381:1 1521:3 836:58 1547:4 1209:4 468:26 1331:5 1049:5 1338:2

1.27 1.66 1.67 1.67 1.74 1.94 2.42 2.87 5.13

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

SAVES PER GAME

GP

SHUTOUTS PER GAME

GP

SAVE PERCENTAGE

GP Saves

Dickson, Tashani-Towson GUNTER, JANTIEN-Drexel De Turo, Kaitlyn-Hofstra Wimmert, Lena-JMU Scher, Sarah-Delaware Priest, Lizzie-NU Petriello, Marla-ODU Johnson, Catherine-W&M Frey, Elizabeth-W&M

GUNTER, JANTIEN-Drexel Frey, Elizabeth-W&M Wimmert, Lena-JMU De Turo, Kaitlyn-Hofstra Petriello, Marla-ODU Johnson, Catherine-W&M Scher, Sarah-Delaware Priest, Lizzie-NU

Wimmert, Lena-JMU GUNTER, JANTIEN-Drexel Priest, Lizzie-NU Johnson, Catherine-W&M Frey, Elizabeth-W&M De Turo, Kaitlyn-Hofstra Petriello, Marla-ODU Scher, Sarah-Delaware Dickson, Tashani-Towson

19 22 19 19 15 21 18 10 15

22 15 19 19 18 10 15 21

19 22 21 10 15 19 18 15 19

No. Avg/G

158 128 110 107 82 97 67 34 48

8.32 5.82 5.79 5.63 5.47 4.62 3.72 3.40 3.20

No. Avg/G

6.0 4.0 5.0 3.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 0.1

107 128 97 34 48 110 67 82 158

0.27 0.27 0.26 0.16 0.11 0.10 0.07 0.00

GA

25 37 36 13 20 46 30 43 98

Pct.

.811 .776 .729 .723 .706 .705 .691 .656 .617

Team ID

DELAWARE DREXEL HOFSTRA JMU NU ODU TOWSON W&M

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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 .....Katie Lowe 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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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY HISTORY & RECORDS

ALL-TIME RESULTS Year Record (Conf. Record/ Finish)

Head Coach

Captain(s)

Highlights

1971 7-1

Gillian Rattray

-

-

1972 6-2-3

Barb Viera

-

-

1973 6-2-5

Mary Ann Hitchens

Debbie Aptt; Marie Episcopo

-

1974 10-2-2

Mary Ann Hitchens

Judy Anderson; Barbara Dick

-

1975 11-5

Mary Ann Hitchens

Audie Kujala; Diane Christian

4th Place, EAIAW Championships

1976 12-7-1

Mary Ann Hitchens

Laura Chrinside; Caroline Geise; Audie Kujala

4th, EAIAW; 4th, AIAW Nationals

1977 12-5-5

Mary Ann Hitchens

Juli Gandell; Patricia Weber

4th, EAIAW; 3rd, AIAW

1978 16-4-2

Mary Ann Hitchens

Elizabeth Newby; Joan Schimpf

3rd, EAIAW; 2nd, AIAW

1979 10-4-2

Mary Ann Hitchens

Martha Dell; Sandy Klein

-

1980 12-6-2

Mary Ann Hitchens

Nancy Harrington; Carol Miller; Patti Wilkinson 3rd, EAIAW; 3rd, AIAW

1981 11-4-3

Mary Ann Hitchens

Carol Miller; Sue Samuel

-

1982 16-5-1 (7-0/1st, East Coast Conf.)

Mary Ann Hitchens

Lisa Blanc; Kathy Hubin; Sharon Wilkie

ECC Tournament Champions; 3rd, NCAA Championships

1983 13-6 (5-0/1st, ECC)

Mary Ann Hitchens

Jill Fuchs; Stacie Indelicarto; Linda Schmidt

2nd, ECC Tournament

1984 9-10-1 (3-2/T4th, ECC)

Mary Ann Hitchens

Missy Meharg; Maureen Wilkinson

2nd, ECC Tournament

1985 15-4 (7-0/1st, ECC)

Mary Ann Hitchens

Terri Cavender; Anne Wilkinson

ECC Tournament Champions

1986 14-5-1 (6-0-1/1st, ECC)

Mary Ann Hitchens

Shala Davis; Elizabeth Manley

2nd, ECC Tournament

1987 13-4-3 (6-0-1/1st, ECC)

Mary Ann Hitchens

Andrea Bradley; Nari Bush

2nd, ECC Tournament

1988 16-3-2 (6-0-1/1st, ECC)

Mary Ann Hitchens

Nari Bush; Casie Vogt; Lynn Iannotta

ECC Tournament Champions; NCAA Tournament

1989 7-10-1 (3-4/T6th, ECC)

MaryBeth Holder

Kathy Tucci; Barbara Wolffe

-

1990 11-5-3 (4-0/1st, ECC)

MaryBeth Holder

Jill Hershey; Chrsta Iaccio

ECC Tournament Champions

1991 5-10-2 (2-4/5th, North Atlantic Conf.) MaryBeth Holder

Cathy Alderman; Renee Berardelli; Meghan Mulqueen -

1992 6-12 (3-3 5th, NAC)

MaryBeth Holder

Kelly Hollinger; Cassie Herr

-

1993 9-8 (3-3/5th, NAC)

Carol Miller

Brenda Lear; Sue Daddona

-

1994 14-6 (5-1/1st, NAC)

Carol Miller

Brenda Lear; Sue Daddona

3rd, NAC Tournament

1995 11-8 (4-4/5th NAC)

Carol Miller

Kim Lockbaum; Lauren Baugher

-

1996 13-6 (5-2/4th America East Conf.)

Carol Miller

Becky Wolf; Kirsten McEntee

4th, America East Tournament

1997 13-7 (6-1/2nd America East)

Carol Miller

Kelly Cawley; Jodi Byrd

2nd, America East Tournament

1998 15-6 (6-2/T3rd America East)

Carol Miller

Jodi Byrd; Kelly Cawley; Tara Urbano

America East Tournament Semifinals

1999 9-12 (4-4/4th, America East)

Carol Miller

Rachel Barger; Melissa Molloy; Erin Reist

America East Tournament Semifinals

2000 8-12 (5-3/3rd, America East)

Carol Miller

Megan Fortunato; Katie Phillips; Jenn Fotiou

America East Tournament Semifinals

2001 13-8 (6-3/3rd, America East)

Carol Miller

Juli Byrd; Jenn Fotiou

2nd, America East Tournament

2002 10-10 (4-4/3rd, Colonial Athletic Assoc.) Carol Miller

Kelly Coyle; Kim Wagaman

Colonial Athletic Association Semifinals

2003 14-7 (5-2/3rd, CAA)

Carol Miller

Megan Henry; Jessica Breault; Erica LaBar

CAA Runner-up

2004 15-7 (5-2/3rd, CAA)

Carol Miller

Jessi Balmer; Leah Geib; Erica LaBar

CAA Tournament Champions; NCAA Tournament

2005 8-11 (2-6/8th, CAA)

Carol Miller

Amber Deimler; Carly Campana

-

2006 7-12 (3-5/6th, CAA)

Carol Miller

Kaili Koa (hc), Stephanie Swain (ac); Amanda Warrington (ac) CAA Tournament Quarterfinals

2007 10-9 (3-5/T5th, CAA)

Carol Miller

Amanda Warrington; Casey Howard

-

2008 3-15 (2-6/7th, CAA)

Carol Miller

Casey Howard; Florence Sijbrandij

-

2009 14-6 (6-2/2nd, CAA)

Carol Miller

Casey Howard

CAA Tournament Champions; NCAA Tournament

2010 8-10 (2-6/T6th, CAA)

Carol Miller

Noelle Diana

2011 9-11 (4-4/T4th, CAA)

Rolf van de Kerkhof

Game Captains

CAA Quarterfinals

2012 8-12 (3-4/5th, CAA)

Rolf van de Kerkhof

Tory Sharpless; Sarah Scher

CAA Semifinals

Totals 449-299-39 (.571)

42 Seasons

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-

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS

TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS:........................................n/a

Coach

Years

Record (Pct.)

Gillian Rattray

1971 (1)

7-1-0 (.875)

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

Barbara Viera

1972 (1)

6-2-3 (.682)

1976 (4th AIAW)

1982 (3rd NCAA)

Mary Ann Hitchens

1973-88 (16)

196-76-30 (.696)

1977 (3rd AIAW)

1988 (1st Round)

MaryBeth Holder

1989-92 (4)

29-37-6 (.444)

1978 (2nd AIAW)

2004 (1st Round)

Carol Miller

1993-2010 (18)

194-159 (.550)

1980 (3rd AIAW)

Rolf van de Kerkhof 2011-Present (2)

17-23 (.425)

Totals

449-298-39 (786) (.571)

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2009 (1st Round) ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORD:......... 17-10 CONFERENCE TITLES:....................................................6

East Coast Conference – 1982, 1985, 1988, 1990

Colonial Athletic Association – 2004, 2009

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In its first season of collegiate varsity lacrosse, Delaware posted a mark of 7-1, including four shutouts, under head coach Gillian Rattray.

1971 7-1 Head Coach: Gillian Rattray at Western Maryland................. W 1-0 at Millersville.............................. W 2-1 Trenton State.............................. W 4-1 Catonsville................................. W 5-0 at Goucher................................ W 5-0 at Glassboro.............................. W 2-1 West Chester............................... L 1-6 at Essex..................................... W 9-0

Salisbury................................... W 5-0 Glassboro.................................... L 1-2 Goucher.................................... W 7-1 at Towson State.......................... W 5-2 Maryland.................................. W 2-1 Ursinus........................................ T 1-1 at West Chester............................ L 0-1 *Montclair................................. W 4-1 *Rutgers...................................... T 1-1 *Kean........................................ W 2-0 *All College Tournament

1972 6-2-3 Head Coach: Barbara Viera Western Maryland..................... W 2-0 at Trenton State............................ T 1-1 at Catonsville............................. W 6-0 Goucher.................................... W 4-0 Millersville................................... L 0-4 Glassboro.................................... T 1-1 Montclair State........................... W 2-0 William Paterson........................ W 1-0 Fairleigh Dickinson..................... W 4-0 at Towson State............................ T 1-1 at West Chester............................ L 0-4

1975 11-5 Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens

1973 6-2-5 Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Debbie Aptt, Marie Episcopo

Franklin & Marshall.................... W 2-0 at Western Maryland................. W 1-0 at Millersville................................ L 1-2 Trenton........................................ T 1-1 at Salisbury............................... W 4-0 at Glassboro................................ T 1-1 at Wesley.................................. W 3-2 Towson State.............................. W 3-0 at Maryland................................ T 1-1 West Chester............................... L 0-3 *Douglass.................................... T 0-0 *Princeton.................................... T 0-0 *Centenary................................ W 1-0 *All College Tournament 1974 10-2-2 Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captain: n/a Franklin & Marshall.................... W 2-0 Millersville................................. W 6-2 at William Paterson.................... W 8-0 at Trenton.................................. W 2-0

Captains: Audie Kujala, Diane Christian

Franklin & Marshall.................... W 4-1 Towson State.............................. W 6-0 at William Paterson.................... W 2-0 Trenton State.............................. W 3-0 at Salisbury State....................... W 4-1 Rutgers...................................... W 4-2 at Ursinus.................................... L 0-3 at Millersville.............................. W 2-0 at Maryland.............................. W 4-1 at Glassboro................................ L 0-2 West Chester............................... L 0-1 Montclair................................... W 5-1 #Trenton.................................... W 3-1 #Glassboro........................... W 0-0 ($) #West Chester............................. L 0-2 #Lock Haven................................ L 0-1 #EAIAW Regional (4th place) $Won on penetration time

1976 12-7-1 4th Place • AIAW Nat.’l Tourn. Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Laura Chirnside, Audie Kujala, Caroline Geise at Franklin & Marshall................ W 4-1 Ursinus........................................ L 0-1 Paterson.................................... W 5-0 at Trenton.................................. W 1-0 Salisbury State........................... W 5-1 at Towson State.......................... W 2-0 at Rutgers.................................... L 1-3 Maryland.................................. W 2-1 Glassboro.................................. W 3-0 at West Chester............................ T 1-1 at Lock Haven.............................. L 0-2 at Montclair............................... W 2-0 #Gettysburg............................... W 1-0 #Penn State............................... W 1-0 #West Chester............................. L 0-3 #Lock Haven................................ L 0-2 !Springfield...........................W 1-1 (%) !Virginia...............................W 2-2 (%) !Ursinus....................................... L 0-5 !Lock Haven................................. L 0-2 #EAIAW Regional (4th place) !AIAW National Tournament (4th) %Won on penetration time 1977 12-5-5 3rd Place • AIAW Nat.’l Tourn. Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Juli Grandell, Patricia Weber

Franklin & Marshall...................... T 2-2 at Ursinus.................................... T 2-2 at William Paterson.................... W 7-0 Trenton...................................... W 5-2 at Salisbury State....................... W 4-0 at Maryland................................ T 1-1 Towson State.............................. W 3-0 Rutgers........................................ T 1-1 Lock Haven.................................. L 1-2 at Millersville.............................. W 4-0 at Glassboro.............................. W 2-1 West Chester.............................. T 0-0 at Penn State................................ L 1-4 Montclair................................... W 5-0 #Lafayette.................................. W 4-0 #Slippery Rock........................... W 4-3

#West Chester............................. L 1-2 #Lock Haven................................ L 1-2 !Massachusetts........................... W 3-0 !Central Michigan...................... W 3-1 !West Chester.............................. L 0-2 !San Jose State........................... W 3-0 #EAIAW Regional (4th place) !AIAW National Tournament (3rd) 1978 16-4-2 AIAW National Runner-ups Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Elizabeth Newby, Joan Schimpf Connecticut................................ W 1-0 at Franklin & Marshall................ W 1-0 Ursinus...................................... W 3-1 at Trenton State.......................... W 3-0 Penn State................................... T 1-1 Maryland.................................... L 1-2 at Towson State.......................... W 4-1 at La Salle................................. W 3-1 at Rutgers.................................. W 4-0 at Lock Haven ............................. T 1-1 Millersville................................. W 2-1 at Glassboro.............................. W 4-0 at West Chester............................ L 0-2 Salisbury State........................... W 2-1 #Millersville............................... W 5-1 #Ursinus.................................... W 1-0 #West Chester............................. L 0-4 #Lock Haven.............................. W 3-1 !California................................. W 2-0 !Connecticut............................... W 1-0 !Massachusetts........................... W 2-0 !West Chester.............................. L 0-3 #EAIAW Regional (3rd place) !AIAW National Tournament (2nd) 1979 10-4-2 Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Martha Dell, Sandy Klein

^Colgate................................... W 2-1 ^Connecticut................................ L 1-3 Franklin & Marshall.................... W 3-2 at Ursinus.................................... L 0-4 at Penn State................................ L 2-5 at Maryland................................ T 2-2 La Salle..................................... W 7-1 Rutgers...................................... W 2-1 West Chester (FF)....................... W 4-1 at Millersville.............................. W 3-0 at Salisbury State....................... W 2-0 Lock Haven.................................. T 0-0 Towson State.............................. W 6-1 Trenton State.............................. W 3-1 at Glassboro.............................. W 2-1 #Ursinus...................................... L 0-4 (FF) - Franklin Field, Philadelphia #EAIAW Regional ^UConn Tournament

The 1978 Blue Hens finished second in the AIAW National Championship. Delaware posted a mark of 16-4-2, with three of those losses coming against eventual National Champion West Chester.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1980 12-6-2 3rd Place • AIAW Nat’l Tourn. Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Patti Wilkinson, Carol Miller, Nancy Harrington New Hampshire........................... L 1-2 Connecticut.................................. T 2-2 at Franklin & Marshall................ W 6-2 Penn State................................... L 0-1 Glassboro.................................. W 4-1 Maryland.................................. W 2-0 at La Salle................................. W 5-2 at Rutgers.................................. W 3-1 at West Chester............................ L 0-1 at Temple .................................. W 2-1 at Lock Haven.............................. T 1-1 Ursinus........................................ L 0-1 Salisbury State........................... W 4-1 #Pennsylvania............................ W 2-0 #Penn State................................. L 0-2 #Lock Haven.............................. W 2-0 !Iowa........................................ W 3-0 !Connecticut........................ W 4-3 (PS) !Penn State............................ L 2-3 (ot) !San Jose State..................... W 3-2 (ot) #EAIAW Regional (3rd place) !AIAW National Tournament (3rd) 1981 11-4-3 Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Carol Miller, Sue Samuel

^Ohio State............................... W 5-0 ^Connecticut................................ L 0-2 La Salle..................................... W 1-0 at Pennsylvania.......................... W 4-1 West Chester............................... T 2-2 Franklin & Marshall.................... W 6-0 at Penn State................................ L 1-4 at Maryland.............................. W 2-1 at Virginia................................. W 2-1 Rutgers........................................ T 2-2 Old Dominion (FF)........................ T 1-1 at Ursinus.................................... L 1-2 North Carolina.......................... W 3-1 Temple....................................... W 1-0 at American............................... W 5-0 #Ursinus.................................... W 3-0 #Penn State............................... W 4-1 #Temple....................................... L 0-1 ^Connecticut Tournament #EAIAW Regional (FF) - Franklin Field, Philadelphia

1982 16-5-1 (5-0 ECC) East Coast Conf. Champions 3rd Place • NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Lisa Blanc, Kathy Hubin, Sharon Wilkie *Lafayette............................ W 3-2 (ot) at *La Salle................................ W 7-1 Iowa........................................... L 1-3 Connecticut.......................... L 3-4 (3ot) Pennsylvania.............................. W 2-0 at West Chester.......................... W 3-1 at Princeton................................. T 1-1 Penn State................................... L 0-1 Maryland.................................. W 3-0 Virginia..................................... W 3-1 at Rutgers............................ W 2-1 (ot) at *Towson State......................... W 6-0 Ursinus (FF)................................ W 3-2 at Temple..................................... L 0-2 *American................................. W 6-1 at *Bucknell....................... W 2-1 (2ot) $La Salle................................... W 5-0 $Lafayette.................................. W 3-0 #Princeton................................. W 3-2 #Temple..................................... W 3-2 #Connecticut................................ L 0-2 #Penn State............................... W 4-0 *East Coast Conference Games (1st) $ECC Championship at Rider (1st) #NCAA Tournament at Temple (3rd) (FF) - Franklin Field, Philadelphia 1983 13-6 (5-0 ECC) ECC Regular Season Champions Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Stacie Indelicarto, Jill Fuchs, Linda Schmidt at *Lafayette.............................. W 3-2 La Salle..................................... W 7-1 ^Purdue.................................... W 2-1 ^Connecticut................................ L 0-1 at Pennsylvania...................... L 0-1 (ot) West Chester............................. W 1-0 Princeton................................... W 2-1 at Penn State................................ L 1-4 at Virginia................................... L 4-5 at Maryland................................ L 0-2 Rutgers...................................... W 1-0 *Towson State............................ W 9-0 Ursinus...................................... W 2-1 Temple....................................... W 3-2

The 1982 Blue Hens captured the first East Coast Conference Championship in program history en route to a NCAA Tournament appearance.

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Delaware returned to the NCAA Tournament in 1988. The Blue Hens won the East Coast Conference, but lost in the opening round of the NCAA to Penn State, 3-1.

*Lehigh...................................... W 2-0 at *American............................. W 9-0 *Bucknell................................... W 4-0 $Rider....................................... W 2-1 $Lehigh....................................... L 1-2 *ECC Games (1st) $ECC Championships at Lafayette (2nd) ^UConn Tournament 1984 9-10-1 (3-2 ECC) Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Missy Meharg, Maureen Wilkinson *Lafayette.................................. W 3-1 at LaSalle.................................. W 5-0 Connecticut.................................. L 0-3 Pennsylvania.............................. W 3-1 at Ursinus.................................... L 1-3 at Princeton............................... W 2-1 Penn State........................... T 2-2 (2ot) Virginia....................................... L 0-1 at West Chester............................ L 1-2 Maryland.................................... L 1-2 *Rider....................................... W 4-0 at Rutgers.................................... L 1-3 at *Towson State......................... W 5-0 at Temple..................................... L 0-2 at *Lehigh.................................... L 1-4 American ................................. W 5-0 at *Bucknell........................... L 4-5 (ot) $Rider....................................... W 4-2 $Bucknell................................... W 7-1 $Lehigh............................... L 1-2 (3ot) *ECC Games (4th) $ECC Championship (2nd) 1985 15-4 (7-0 ECC) ECC Champions Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Terri Cavender, Anne Wilkinson La Salle..................................... W 3-1 at Pennsylvania.......................... W 2-1 Ursinus........................................ L 1-3 at *Hofstra................................. W 2-1 Princeton................................... W 2-0 at Penn State.......................... L 2-3 (ot) West Chester............................. W 2-1 at Maryland................................ L 1-4 at Virginia................................. W 2-1 Rutgers...................................... W 2-1

*Towson State............................ W 4-0 Temple......................................... L 0-1 at *Lafayette.............................. W 2-0 *Lehigh...................................... W 4-0 at *Drexel.................................. W 3-0 at *Rider.................................... W 2-0 *Bucknell................................... W 3-0 $Lehigh..................................... W 2-1 $Lafayette.................................. W 2-1 *ECC Game (1st) $ECC Championships at Lehigh (1st) 1986 14-5-1 (6-0-1 ECC) ECC Regular Season Champions Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Shala Davis, Beth Manley

at La Salle................................. W 3-0 Pennsylvania.............................. W 1-0 at Ursinus.................................. W 2-1 at Princeton............................... W 1-0 Penn State................................... L 1-2 at West Chester............................ L 2-3 Maryland.................................. W 1-0 Virginia..................................... W 4-0 at Rutgers.............................. L 0-1 (ot) at *Towson State......................... W 5-0 San Jose State............................ W 5-2 at Temple..................................... L 1-2 *Lafayette.................................... T 1-1 *Hofstra..................................... W 1-0 at *Lehigh............................ W 1-0 (ot) *Drexel...................................... W 4-0 *Rider....................................... W 3-0 at *Bucknell............................... W 3-1 $Hofstra............................ W 3-2 (3ot) $Lehigh....................................... L 0-1 *ECC Game (1st) $ECC Championship at Delaware (2nd) 1987 13-4-3 (6-0-1 ECC) ECC Regular Season Champions Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens

Captains: Nari Bush, Ange Bradley

La Salle..................................... W 3-0 Ursinus................................ T 0-0 (2ot) at *Hofstra................................. W 2-1 Princeton................................... W 1-0 at Penn State.............................. W 2-0 Stanford.................................... W 1-0 West Chester....................... T 1-1 (2ot) at Maryland................................ L 1-2

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Rutgers.............................. W 3-2 (2ot) *Towson State............................ W 3-2 *Lehigh...................................... W 8-2 Temple....................................... W 2-1 at Virginia................................... L 0-1 at *Lafayette........................ T 0-0 (2ot) *Bucknell................................... W 5-1 at *Drexel.................................. W 3-0 at *Rider.................................... W 2-0 at Pennsylvania............................ L 1-2 $Lehigh..................................... W 1-0 $at Lafayette........................ L 1-2 (2ot) *ECC Games (1st) $ECC Championships at Lafayette (2nd) 1988 16-3-2 (6-0-1 ECC) ECC Champions NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Lynn Iannotta, Nari Bush, Cassie Vogt at La Salle................................. W 6-0 Iowa......................................... W 3-0 at Ursinus.................................. W 4-1 *Hofstra..................................... W 2-0 at Princeton............................... W 5-0 Penn State................................. W 1-0 at West Chester............................ L 0-1 Maryland.................................. W 3-1 at Rutgers............................ W 1-0 (ot) at *Towson State......................... W 3-2 at *Lehigh.................................. W 6-1 Temple (FF).................................. T 1-1 Virginia..................................... W 3-1 *Lafayette.................................. W 2-0 at *Bucknell................................. T 0-0 *Drexel...................................... W 3-0 *Rider....................................... W 4-0 Pennsylvania................................ L 2-4 $Bucknell................................... W 2-0 $Rider................................. W 1-0 (ot) #Penn State (FF)........................... L 1-3 *ECC Game (1st) $ECC Championships at Lehigh (1st) #NCAA Tournament at, Phila., PA (FF) - Franklin Field, Philadelphia 1989 7-10-1 (3-4 ECC) Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Kathy Tucci, Barbara Wolffe La Salle..................................... W 1-0 Ursinus...................................... W 1-0 at *Hofstra................................... L 1-3 at Penn State................................ L 0-3 West Chester............................... L 0-2 at Maryland................................ T 0-0 *Lehigh........................................ L 1-2 Rutgers...................................... W 2-0 *Towson State............................ W 2-0 at Pennsylvania............................ L 0-1 Princeton............................. W 3-2 (ot) Temple......................................... L 1-3 at Virginia................................... L 0-1 *Bucknell............................... L 0-1 (ot) at *Drexel.................................. W 1-0 at *Rider.................................... W 1-0 at *Lafayette.......................... L 1-2 (ot)

at $Lehigh................................... L 1-3 *ECC Games (5th) $ECC Championships at Lehigh

UMass (CP).......................... W 2-1 (ot) *North Atlantic Conference Games (5th) (CP) - College Park, MD

1990 11-5-3 (4-0 ECC) ECC Champions Head Coach: MaryBeth Holder

1992 6-12 (3-3 NAC) Head Coach: MaryBeth Holder Captains: Cassie Herr, Kelly Hollinger at Ursinus.................................. W 2-1 Virginia (at Maryland).................. L 1-2 Maryland.................................... L 1-2 at La Salle................................. W 1-0 at West Chester............................ L 1-3 Pennsylvania.......................... L 0-1 (ot) at Rutgers.................................... L 0-2 at *Maine.................................. W 2-1 at *Boston University..................... L 1-4 at Princeton................................. L 1-2 *Vermont................................... W 9-2 Lafayette...................................... L 1-3 Lehigh................................... L 1-2 (ot) at Syracuse.................................. L 0-1 *New Hampshire......................... L 1-2 *Northeastern............................ W 1-0 at *Drexel.................................... L 1-3 at Saint Joseph’s......................... W 4-0 *NAC Games (5th)

Captains: Jill Hershey, Christa Iaccio

at La Salle................................. W 2-1 at Ursinus............................ W 3-2 (ot) *Hofstra..................................... W 5-0 Penn State................................... L 1-2 at West Chester............................ L 2-3 Maryland.................................... T 0-0 at Princeton............................... W 1-0 at Rutgers.................................... L 0-4 at *Towson State......................... W 1-0 Pennsylvania........................ W 2-1 (ot) at Temple..................................... L 0-4 Virginia....................................... T 0-0 Lafayette...................................... L 1-2 at Lehigh................................... W 3-2 at Bucknell................................... T 0-0 *Drexel...................................... W 2-1 *Rider....................................... W 1-0 $Towson State............................ W 1-0 $Rider....................................... W 3-0 *ECC Games (1st) $ECC Championships at Hofstra (1st) 1991 5-10-2 (2-4 NAC) Head Coach: MaryBeth Holder

Captains: Renee Berardelli, Cathy Alderman, Meghan Mulqueen

Ursinus........................................ T 2-2 at Virginia............................. L 0-1 (ot) at Penn State................................ L 0-4 La Salle..................................... W 3-1 West Chester............................... L 1-4 at Maryland................................. L1-2 at Pennsylvania.......................... W 2-0 Rutgers........................................ L 0-3 *Maine........................................ L 0-1 *Boston University...................... W 2-1 Princeton..................................... T 0-0 at *Vermont................................. L 0-1 at Lafayette.................................. L 1-3 at *New Hampshire...................... L 1-2 at *Northeastern.......................... L 1-4 *Drexel...................................... W 2-0

1993 9-8 (3-3 NAC) Head Coach: Carol Miller

Captains: Brenda Lear, Sue Daddona

Ursinus...................................... W 5-0 at Maryland................................ L 0-2 at Penn........................................ L 0-4 La Salle..................................... W 3-0 West Chester............................. W 1-0 Rutgers...................................... W 3-1 *Boston University........................ L 0-2 *Maine...................................... W 2-1 Princeton................................... W 2-1 at *Vermont............................... W 2-0 at Lehigh................................... W 4-1 at Lafayette.................................. L 0-2 at *New Hampshire...................... L 1-2 at *Northeastern.......................... L 0-4 *Drexel...................................... W 2-0 at Virginia................................... L 2-4 Saint Joseph’s.............................. L 0-1 *NAC Games (5th)

Delaware won the North Atlantic Conference regular season title in 1994, just the second year under head coach Carol Miller. The Blue Hens set a school record with seven consecutive wins to open the season, including five shutouts.

1994 14-6 (5-1 NAC) North Atlantic Conference Regular Season Champions Head Coach: Carol Miller

Captains: Brenda Lear, Sue Daddona

Rider (at West Chester)............... W 3-1 at Ursinus.................................. W 1-0 Maryland ................................. W 1-0 Pennsylvania.............................. W 3-0 at West Chester.......................... W 1-0 at La Salle................................. W 2-0 at Rutgers.................................. W 2-1 at *Boston University..................... L 0-1 at *Maine............................ W 1-0 (ot) at Princeton ................................ L 0-1 *Vermont................................... W 5-0 Lehigh................................. W 2-1 (ot) Lafayette.................................... W 1-0 Ball State (at Syracuse)................. L 0-1 at Syracuse.................................. L 0-4 *New Hampshire....................... W 1-0 *Northeastern............................ W 2-1 at *Drexel.................................. W 5-0 at Saint Joseph’s..................... L 1-2 (ot) $New Hampshire......................... L 1-2 *NAC Games (1st) $NAC Championships at Boston U. 1995 11-8 (4-4 NAC) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captains: Lauren Baugher, Kim Lockbaum at Maryland ............................... L 0-5 at Michigan................................. L 1-2 vs. Michigan State (AA)................ L 0-3 Ursinus...................................... W 3-0 *New Hampshire (NU)........... L 0-1 (ot) at *Maine............................ L 1-2 (2ot) West Chester............................. W 5-1 at Pennsylvania.................... W 3-2 (ot) at *Towson State......................... W 3-1 Princeton..................................... L 0-2 *Northeastern ............................. L 1-2 *Boston University........................ L 0-4 at Lehigh................................... W 5-0 at *Vermont............................... W 5-0 at Lafayette................................ W 2-0 *Hofstra..................................... W 7-0 *Drexel................................ W 2-1 (ot) Saint Joseph’s............................ W 3-1 Temple....................................... W 2-1 *NAC Games (5th) AA- Ann Arbor, MI NU-Northeastern University, Boston 1996 13-6 (5-2 America East) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captains: Kirsten McEntee, Becky Wolf Lehigh....................................... W 6-0 at Pacific................................... W 5-1 at Stanford.................................. L 1-3 *New Hampshire....................... W 2-1 *Maine........................................ L 2-5 at West Chester.......................... W 3-0 at Princeton (13).......................... L 2-5

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS at Ursinus.................................. W 5-1 *Towson State............................ W 2-0 *Vermont................................... W 2-1 at *Northeastern (7)..................... L 0-4 Lafayette (20)....................... W 3-2 (ot) Pennsylvania.............................. W 3-1 at *Hofstra................................. W 5-0 at Temple............................. W 2-1 (ot) at Maryland (6)........................... L 0-3 at *Drexel.................................. W 4-1 at Saint Joseph’s......................... W 1-0 at $Boston University (8)............... L 1-4 * America East Games (4th) $ America East Champ. at Boston Univ. 1997 13-7 (6-2 America East) Head Coach: Carol Miller

Captains: Jodi Byrd, Kelly Cawley

vs. ^William & Mary ................. W 5-3 at Richmond.............................. W 2-1 at Lehigh................................... W 5-0 at $Temple................................. W 4-2 at $North Carolina....................... L 0-5 at *New Hampshire (13)....... W 3-2 (ot) at *Maine.................................. W 3-0 at Maryland (3)........................... L 1-8 West Chester............................... L 1-3 Princeton (7)................................ L 3-5 Ursinus...................................... W 4-0 at Pennsylvania.................... W 1-0 (ot) at *Towson................................. W 2-1 at *Vermont............................... W 4-0 *Northeastern (9)......................... L 1-2 *Boston University...................... W 2-1 at Lafayette.................................. L 0-1 *Hofstra..................................... W 2-1 Saint Joseph’s............................ W 1-0 #Boston University (18)................. L 0-2 * America East Games (2nd) $ Temple Tournament (2nd) # America East Champ. at NU ^ Richmond, VA 1998 15-6 (6-2 America East) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captains: Jodi Byrd, Kelly Cawley, Tara Urbano at Ursinus.................................. W 6-0 Providence (at UConn)................ W 2-1 at Connecticut (8)......................... L 1-3 +Lehigh..................................... W 8-0 Saint Joseph’s............................ W 4-1 Temple....................................... W 5-0 *at Hofstra................................. W 5-0 Maryland (10)........................... W 2-1 at West Chester.......................... W 3-0 *Vermont................................... W 4-0 *Towson.................................... W 3-0 Pennsylvania.............................. W 5-3 Duke (12).............................. L 1-2 (ot) at Princeton................................. L 1-3 at *Drexel.................................. W 1-0 Lafayette.................................... W 4-0 *Maine...................................... W 3-0 *New Hampshire....................... W 3-2 at *Boston University (16)............... L1-3 at *Northeastern (11)................... L 0-2

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The 2004 Blue Hens advanced to the NCAA Tournament for first time in over 15 years by winning the Colonial Athletic Association Championship.

#Northeastern (11)...................... L 1-2 *America East Games (tie, 2nd) +First Field Hockey Game in Fred P. Rullo Stadium #America East Champs at Hofstra 1999 9-12 (4-4 America East) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captains: Rachel Barger, Melissa Molloy, Erin Reist at Lehigh................................... W 5-0 ^Northwestern................... W 3-2 (2ot) at Ball State......................... L 2-3 (2ot) at Temple................................... W 2-0 Iowa (10).................................... L 1-3 at Maryland (4)........................... L 0-4 *Northeastern.............................. L 0-2 *Boston University (15)................. L 1-4 Princeton (16).............................. L 1-2 James Madison (9)....................... L 0-4 at Pennsylvania.......................... W 1-0 at Saint Joseph’s........................... L 0-1 at *Vermont............................... W 1-0 West Chester............................. W 3-1 at *Towson................................. W 2-0 *Hofstra..................................... W 4-0 *Drexel...................................... W 4-0 at Lafayette.................................. L 0-3 at *New Hampshire...................... L 1-2 at *Maine.................................... L 0-2 at $Boston University (14)............. L 1-2 *America East Games (4th) ^ Muncie, IN $America East Champ. at Boston U. 2000 8-12 (5-3 America East) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captains: Juli Byrd, Megan Fortunato, Katie Phillips William & Mary........................... L 1-2 #Syracuse.................................... L 2-3 #Ball State................................. W 4-2 Maryland (1)............................... L 0-8 at ^Iowa...................................... L 1-6 at ^Northeastern (13)................. W 1-0 at *Boston University (17).............. L 2-3 Saint Joseph’s ....................... L 2-3 (ot) Pennsylvania................................ L 0-4 *Vermont................................... W 4-2 Lafayette.................................... W 3-2

*Towson.................................... W 4-0 at *Hofstra................................. W 2-1 at Princeton (7)............................ L 0-5 at *Drexel (FF)...................... W 2-1 (ot) *New Hampshire......................... L 0-2 *Maine........................................ L 3-4 at $Boston University.................... L 1-2 *America East Games (3rd) # Blue Hen Tournament (Newark, DE) ^ Big East Challenge (Iowa City, IA) (FF) - Franklin Field, Philadelphia $ America East Champ. at Boston Univ. 2001 13-8 (5-3 America East) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captains: Juli Byrd, Jenn Fotiou Pacific (at Stanford).................... W 4-0 at Stanford................................ W 1-0 California (at Stanford)........... L 1-2 (ot) at Rutgers.................................. W 5-1 at Temple (17)............................ W 2-1 at *Maine.................................. W 4-1 at *New Hampshire.................... W 1-0 *Boston University.................. L 4-5 (ot) *Northeastern.................... W 2-1 (2ot) at West Chester.......................... W 2-1 at *Albany................................... L 1-3 at *Vermont............................... W 2-0 Princeton (7)................................ L 2-3 Virginia Commonwealth............. W 3-1 at Lafayette.......................... L 2-3 (2ot) *Hofstra............................... W 2-1 (ot) at *Towson................................. W 3-0 at Maryland (1)........................... L 1-4 *Drexel...................................... W 3-1 $Boston University...................... W 2-1 $Northeastern............................. L 1-4 * America East Games (2nd) $ America East Champ. at Northeastern 2002 10-10 (4-4 CAA) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captains: Kim Wagaman, Kelly Coyle West Chester............................. W 2-0 Duke........................................... L 2-4 !Villanova.................................. W 1-0 !Richmond........................... W 2-1 (ot) La Salle..................................... W 4-0 Wake Forest (7)........................... L 2-6

at Louisville (4)........................... W 3-2 Maryland (1)............................... L 1-3 Temple................................... L 2-3 (ot) Dartmouth................................. W 3-0 *Old Dominion (4)....................... L 1-5 at Princeton (15).......................... L 1-5 at *Towson................................... L 1-2 Lafayette...................................... L 2-3 (2ot).................................................... at *James Madison (7)................ W 1-0 *William & Mary................. L 2-3 (2ot) *Hofstra..................................... W 5-0 *Drexel...................................... W 4-1 at *Virginia Commonwealth........ W 1-0 %William & Mary (20)................. L 1-4 *CAA Games (3rd) ! Blue Hen Classic at Delaware % CAA Tournament at Old Dominion 2003 14-7 (5-3 CAA) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captains: Erica LaBar, Jessica Breault, Megan Henry !Duke ......................................... L 1-3 !Rutgers .................................... W 5-0 at Pennsylvania.......................... W 4-1 Villanova................................... W 4-3 Pacific................................... L 1-2 (ot) #Ball State................................. W 3-1 at Northwestern (19).................. W 2-1 Northeastern (12)...................... W 4-3 at Temple................................... W 2-1 La Salle..................................... W 6-3 *James Madison........................ W 2-1 *Virginia Commonwealth............ W 1-0 *William & Mary (19).................. L 1-2 at *Old Dominion (7).............. L 5-6 (ot) at Lafayette.................................. L 2-4 at Maryland (4)........................... L 0-4 at *Hofstra................................. W 2-0 at *Drexel.................................. W 2-0 *Towson.................................... W 2-0 %William & Mary (8)......... W 2-1 (2ot) at %Old Dominion (14)................. L 0-5 * CAA Games (3rd) ! Blue Hen Classic at Delaware # Evanston, IL % CAA Tournament at Old Dominion 2004 15-7 (5-2 CAA) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captains: Erica LaBar, Jessi Balmer, Leah Geib at !Michigan State........................ L 1-3 vs. !Louisville.............................. W 5-0 Monmouth................................. W 4-1 at Princeton............................... W 4-3 North Carolina...................... L 1-2 (ot) Saint Joseph’s............................ W 3-1 Maryland (2)............................. W 2-1 Temple....................................... W 4-3 Pennsylvania.............................. W 2-1 at Rutgers.................................. W 6-3 at James Madison...................... W 2-1 at *Virginia Commonwealth........ W 1-0 *William & Mary (16).................. L 1-2 *Old Dominion (8)................. L 5-6 (ot) La Salle....................................... L 2-4

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Lafayette...................................... L 0-4 *Hofstra..................................... W 2-0 *Drexel...................................... W 2-0 at *Towson................................. W 2-0 %Old Dominion................. W 2-1 (2ot) %Hofstra...................................... L 0-5 at ^Maryland (2)......................... L 2-5 * CAA Games (3rd) ^ NCAA Championship at Maryland % CAA Tournament at William & Mary ! The Championship Tournament at Michigan State 2005 8-11 (2-6 CAA) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captains: Amber Deimler, Carly Campana vs. !Pacific........................... W 3-2 (ot) at California........................ W 2-1 (ot) at Stanford................................ W 5-1 #Duke......................................... L 2-7 #Richmond.................................. L 2-3 Rutgers...................................... W 4-1 at Saint Joseph’s........................... L 1-2 at Lafayette................................ W 5-1 at Temple..................................... L 0-1 at *Hofstra........................... L 1-2 (3ot) at *Va. Commonwealth....... W 2-1 (3ot) *Northeastern (12)....................... L 1-5 at *William & Mary...................... L 1-2 at *Old Dominion (8).................... L 2-6 at Maryland (2)........................... L 0-5 *Towson...................................... L 2-3 *James Madison (19)................... L 2-3 *Drexel................................ W 2-1 (ot) La Salle..................................... W 3-0 ! Berkeley, CA * CAA Games (8th) # The Championship Tournament at Michigan State 2006 7-12 (3-5 CAA) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captains: Kaili Kao (Head), Stephanie Swain (Asst.), Amanda Warrington (Asst.) vs. !Michigan State (16).............. W 5-4 at !Duke (3)................................. L 1-5 ^Ohio State (15).......................... L 1-2 ^Syracuse............................W 4-3 (so) at Rutgers............................ L 4-5 (2ot) at Maryland (1)........................... L 0-3 Albany........................................ L 2-3 Saint Joseph’s......................W 3-2 (so) Temple......................................... L 1-2 *Hofstra (19)........................ W 3-2 (ot) *Virginia Commonwealth............ W 4-2 at *Northeastern.......................... L 0-5 *William & Mary (17)................ W 2-0 *Old Dominion (3)....................... L 0-2 at *Towson................................... L 0-2 at *James Madison (16)................ L 0-3 at *Drexel.................................... L 1-2 La Salle..................................... W 5-2 at %Hofstra (18)........................... L 1-2 ! Duke Champions Tournament ^ Blue Hen Classic at Delaware % CAA Tournament Quarterfinals

2007 10-9 (3-5 CAA) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captains: Casey Howard, Amanda Warrington at !Ohio State (13)..................... W 4-0 vs. !Kent State............................ W 3-2 at Richmond.............................. W 1-0 vs. Longwood (at Richmond)....... W 3-1 Rutgers...................................... W 4-0 Bucknell..................................... W 4-2 Monmouth................................. W 8-2 at Saint Joseph’s........................... L 1-2 at *James Madison (8).................. L 0-1 at *VCU............................ W 5-4 (2ot) *William & Mary....................... W 4-2 *Old Dominion (13)..................... L 0-1 at *Northeastern.......................... L 1-2 Pennsylvania................................ L 2-3 Maryland (2)............................... L 0-7 Duke (10).................................... L 3-5 at *Towson........................... W 2-1 (ot) *Drexel........................................ L 1-4 *Hofstra....................................... L 1-2 *CAA Games (5th) ! Ohio State Buckeye Classic 2008 10-9 (3-5 CAA) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captains: Casey Howard, Amanda Warrington vs. !Michigan State (10)................ L 2-3 vs. !Duke (12).............................. L 0-2 %Ohio State....................... L 1-2 (2 ot) %Boston University (14)................ L 0-1 vs. Syracuse (7)............................ L 1-5 at Temple................................... W 2-1 Saint Joseph’s.............................. L 0-1 *James Madison (7)..................... L 0-5 *Virginia Commonwealth...... W 2-1 (ot) at *William & Mary..............W 3-2 (so) at *Old Dominion......................... L 1-2 *Northeastern.............................. L 0-2 at Rutgers (19)............................. L 1-2 vs. California (15)........................ L 0-2 at Maryland (2)........................... L 0-7 *Towson...................................... L 2-3 at *Drexel (15)............................. L 0-3 at *Hofstra................................... L 1-3

*CAA Games (7th) ! Louisville Classic % Blue Hen Classic 2009 14-6 (6-2 CAA) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captain: Casey Howard vs. !Michigan State (8).................. L 2-7 vs. !Louisville (12)......................... L 2-5 Brown..................................... W 10-2 Rutgers...................................... W 2-1 at Saint Joseph’s......................... W 4-2 Temple....................................... W 3-0 California.................................. W 2-1 at *VCU.............................. W 3-2 (ot) at *James Madison (14).............. W 2-1 *Old Dominion (12)................... W 4-0 *William & Mary....................... W 2-0 at *Northeastern.......................... L 0-1 Monmouth................................. W 3-1 Maryland (1)............................... L 0-4 *Towson.................................... W 6-5 *Hofstra..................................... W 4-1 *Drexel (10)................................. L 2-4 vs. $James Madison (11)...... W 2-1 (ot) at $Drexel (10).......................... W 1-0 vs. ^Michigan State (6)................. L 0-7 *CAA Games (2nd) ! Duke Tournament $ CAA Tournament at Drexel ^ NCAA Touranment at Virginia 2010 8-10 (2-6 CAA) Head Coach: Carol Miller Captain: Noelle Diana vs. !Vermont.............................. W 4-2 vs. !New Hampshire..................... L 1-2 Cornell.................................. L 3-4 (ot) Rider......................................... W 2-1 at Monmouth............................... L 1-3 at Temple............................. W 2-1 (ot) Saint Joseph’s............................ W 3-1 *VCU.................................. L 1-2 (2ot) *James Madison (20)................... L 1-7 at *Old Dominion (20).................. L 0-6 at *William & Mary...................... L 0-1 Pacific....................................... W 2-0 *Northeastern............................ W 2-1

Penn......................................... W 2-1 at Maryland (2)........................... L 2-7 at *Towson............................. L 2-3 (ot) at *Hofstra................................. W 3-2 *CAA Games (5th) ! New Hampshire Tournament 2011 9-11 (4-4 CAA) Head Coach: Rolf van de Kerkhof Captains: Game Captains Bryant....................................... W 7-1 at Rutgers.................................. W 4-2 Duke (15).................................... L 2-5 Villanova................................... W 5-0 North Carolina (1)....................... L 0-6 Temple......................................... L 1-2 Appalachian State...................... W 2-1 Monmouth............................. L 2-3 (ot) at Saint Joseph’s......................... W 5-4 Wake Forest................................ L 1-7 *William & Mary....................... W 3-1 *Old Dominion (1)....................... L 0-5 at *Northeastern.......................... L 2-4 at *Hofstra................................... L 2-7 at Albany (16)............................. L 0-4 *Drexel...................................... W 3-0 *Towson.................................... W 3-1 at *James Madison....................... L 0-1 at *VCU.................................... W 4-1 vs. $James Madison..................... L 1-2 * CAA Games (T-4th) $ CAA Tournament at Old Dominion 2012 8-12 (3-4 CAA) Head Coach: Rolf van de Kerkhof Captains: Tori Sharpless, Sarah Scher Boston Univ. (14).................... L 3-4 (ot) Albany (19)......................... L 2-3 (3ot) vs. %Central Michigan............ L 3-4 (ot) at Michigan................................. L 1-4 Saint Joseph’s............................ W 3-1 North Carolina (1)....................... L 0-6 Monmouth................................. W 3-1 at Temple................................... W 4-3 at Princeton (2).......................... L 2-10 at Appalachian State.................. W 2-1 at Wake Forest (14)...................... L 0-3 at *William & Mary (19)............... L 0-4 at *Old Dominion (8).................... L 1-5 *Northeastern (8)......................... L 0-5 *Hofstra..................................... W 2-1 at *Drexel.................................. W 4-2 at *Towson................................. W 4-0 *James Madison.................... L 2-3 (ot) vs. $William & Mary.................. W 3-2 at $Drexel................................... L 1-2 * CAA Games (5th) % at Michigan $ CAA Tournament at Drexel

Delaware captured the 2009 Colonial Athletic Association Championship by defeating James Madison in the semifinals and shutting out Drexel in the title game.

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ALL-TIME OPPONENTS Opponent W L T Albany 0 4 0 Appalachian State 2 0 0 American 4 0 0 Ball State 2 2 0 Boston University 3 14 0 Brown 1 0 0 Bucknell 8 2 2 Bryant 1 0 0 California 3 2 0 Catonsville 2 0 0 Centenary 1 0 0 Central Michigan 1 1 0 Colgate 1 0 0 Columbia First Meeting Connecticut 3 7 1 Cornell 0 1 0 Dartmouth 1 0 0 Douglass 0 0 1 Drexel 22 7 0 Duke 0 8 0 Essex 1 0 0 Fairleigh Dickinson 1 0 0 Franklin & Marshall 8 0 1 Gettysburg 1 0 0 Glassboro 7 2 2 Goucher 3 0 0 Hofstra 21 6 0

Iowa 2 3 0 James Madison 5 9 0 Kean College 1 0 0 Kent State 1 0 0 Lafayette 15 11 2 La Salle 23 0 0 Lehigh 15 7 0 Lock Haven 2 6 3 Longwood 1 0 0 Louisville 2 1 0 Maine 5 6 0 Maryland 10 24 5 Massachusetts 3 0 0 Michigan 0 2 0 Michigan State 1 5 0 Millersville 7 2 0 Monmouth 3 2 0 Montclair State 5 0 0 New Hampshire 5 9 0 Northeastern 5 17 0 Northwestern 2 0 0 North Carolina 1 4 0 Ohio State 2 2 0 Ohio University 0 1 0 Old Dominion 2 11 1 Pacific 4 1 0 Penn 16 9 0 Penn State 5 14 2

Princeton 11 11 3 Providence 1 0 0 Purdue 1 0 0 Richmond 3 1 0 Rider 13 0 0 Rutgers 19 8 3 St. Joseph's 11 7 0 Salisbury 8 0 0 San Jose State 3 0 0 Slippery Rock 1 0 0 Springfield 1 0 0 Stanford 3 1 0 Syracuse 1 4 0 Temple 18 11 1 Towson 30 5 1 Trenton State 8 0 2 Ursinus 16 9 4 Vermont 11 1 0 Villanova 3 0 0 Virginia 6 7 1 Virginia Commonwealth 10 1 0 Wake Forest 0 3 0 Wesley 1 0 0 West Chester 12 21 4 Western Maryland 3 0 0 William & Mary 8 8 0 William Paterson 5 0 0 2013 Opponent

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS AAA Acton, Lynne................................................ 1974 Adamek, Jennifer ........................................ 2002 Adams, Kelly .......................... 1996, 1997, 1998 Alderman, Cathy ............................... 1990, 1991 Allen, Megan ................ 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007 Ambrogi, Joanne ........................................ 1986 Amoroso, Jenn ........................ 1996, 1997, 1998 Anderson, Judy ................................. 1972, 1974 Aptt, Debbie ........................... 1971, 1972, 1973 BBB Balmer, Jessi ................. 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Barger, Rachel .......................... 1997, 1998, 199 Bashore, Tiffany ................................ 1985, 1986 Baugher, Lauren ............ 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Beaudet, Stephanie ....... 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974 Berardelli, Irene ................................ 1990, 1991 Bhaya, Dipi ...................................... 1984, 1985 Blanc, Lisa .................... 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Bonnell, Meredith ........................................ 2012 Bradley, Andrea ...................... 1985, 1986, 1987 Breault, Jessica .............. 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Brewer, Amy ........................... 2005, 2007, 2008 Brooking, Anne ................................. 1980, 1981 Burke, Molly ................. 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Bush, Nari .................... 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Butch, Jennifer .................................. 1994, 1995

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Byrd, Jodi ..................... 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 Byrd, Juli ...................... 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 CCC Callahan, Mia ......................... 1997, 1998, 1999 Campana, Carly ..................... 2002, 2004, 2005 Campbell, Caroline ..................................... 2009 Campbell, Kacie ............................... 2007, 2008 Carr, Donna ............................................... 1973 Carr, Lauren ................. 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Cavender, Terri ........................ 1983, 1984, 1985 Cawley, Kelly ................ 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 Chamberlain, Maggi ......................... 2005, 2006 Chirnside, Laura ........... 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 Christian, Diane ............ 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 Compello, Gloria .............................. 2000, 2002 Cortellino, Jessica .......... 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Coveleski, Jacki ........................................... 2012 Coyle, Kelly .................. 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Coyne, Jennifer ............. 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 DDD Daddona, Susan ........... 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Daggett, Jennifer ........... 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 Davis, Shala ..................................... 1985, 1986 Dell, Martha ............................................... 1976 Deimler, Amber ....................... 2002, 2004, 2005 DeMaria, June .................................. 1971, 1972 DeMito, Michele ................................ 1993, 1994

Devenney, Kathy ......................................... 1971 Dell, Martha ................. 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Diana, Noelle ......................... 2009, 2010, 2011 Dick, Barbara ................................... 1973, 1974 Dobson, Joanne ............ 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 Doll, Mary Anne ......................................... 1976 Domnick, Laura ............. 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Donovan, Theresa ....................................... 1994 Dorsch, Stephanie ................... 1999, 2000, 2001 Driebelbis, Susie ......................................... 1974 Drozdowski, Pat .......................................... 1971 Drummonds, Michelle .... 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 EEE Episcopo, Marie .......................................... 1973 Esbitt, Alexis ................. 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Evans, Katie .................. 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Everson, Rae ................. 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 FFF Farrand, Lynn ............................................. 1982 Fehlinger, Joy .......................... 1982, 1983, 1984 Fichter, Patricia ....................... 1992, 1993, 1994 Fifer, Mary .................................................. 1971 Fisher, Gwen ............................................... 1974 Flanagan, Deb ............................................ 1974 Fortunato, Megan ......... 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Foster, Sue ........................................ 1974, 1975 Fotiou, Jenn .................. 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Frey, Kelly ................................................... 1993 Fuchs, Jill .......................................... 1982, 1983 GGG Garman, Jolene .......................................... 1993 Geib, Leah .................... 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Geise, Candy ................ 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 Gibney, Sandra .......................................... 1979 Goldsborough, Alexis .... 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Grandell, Juli ................ 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Grasso, Andrea .......................................... 2000 Gregory, Arlene ...................... 1990, 1991, 1992 HHH Hall, Amanda ................................... 2006, 2009 Harmon, Kathleen ....................................... 1984 Harrington, Nancy ... 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 Hartman, Heather ................... 2010, 2011, 2012 Hecht, Carley ................ 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Hefner, Melissa ............. 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 Henry, Karen .............................................. 1989 Henry, Megan ............... 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Herr, Cassie ............................ 1990, 1991, 1992 Hershey, Jill ............................ 1987, 1989, 1990 Hertsch, Deb ............................................... 1973 Hibshman, Heidi ......................................... 2001 Hills, Sarah ................... 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Hinsley, Nikki .............................................. 2005 Hoffer, Gail .................. 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 Hoffman, Pippy ........................................... 1974 Hogshead, Kathy ........................................ 1971 Hollinger, Kelly ........................ 1990, 1991, 1992 Holmes, Janell ............................................. 2012 Howard, Casey ............. 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 Hubin, Katherine ............................... 1981, 1982 Hudson, Kathleen .......... 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Hudson, Morgan ......................................... 2012 Hughes, Linda ............................................. 1974 Hukill, Missy ............................................... 1988 III Iaccio, Christa ............................................. 1990 Iaccio, Jennifer .................................. 1989, 1990 Iannotta, Lynn ................................... 1987, 1988 Indelicarto, Stacie ............................. 1982, 1983 Inden, Lecia ...................................... 1987, 1988 Irvine, Pamela ............................................. 1990 JJJ Johnson, Kate ............... 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Jones, Suzanne ........................................... 1980 Judefind, Stephanie ................. 2000, 2001, 2002 KKK Kao, Kaili ..................... 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Karsten, A.J. ..................................... 2005, 2006 Karsten, Tori ................. 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Kelly, Katie ................... 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Kenney, Joey ............................................... 1974 King, Linda ................................................. 1971 Klein, Sandra .............................................. 1979 Kujala, Audie ............... 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 LLL LaBar, Erica .................. 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Langerak, Beth ............................................ 1974 Laquer, Liz ........................................ 1971, 1972 Lear, Brenda ................. 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 LeNoir, Melissa ................................. 2010, 2011

LeVan, Lynda .............................................. 1983 Lewis, Lizzie ............................ 2006, 2008, 2009 Lockbaum, Kim ............. 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 MMM Mack, Debbie ............................................. 1971 Magat, Anita .............................................. 1974 Maloney, Carol ........................................... 1988 Manley, Beth ................. 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 Marihugh, Erin .................................. 2005, 2008 McCardell, Amanda ...... 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 McEntee, Kirsten ........... 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 McGuin, Megan ...................... 1999, 2000, 2001 McKee, Kelsey .................................. 2011, 2012 McLean, Ellen ............................................. 1974 Meharg, Missy ........................ 1982, 1983, 1984 Michaud, Cathleen ............................ 1989, 1990 Mikelson, Allie ............................................ 2012 Miller, Carol .................. 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 Mills, Sarah ................................................ 2004 Molaison, Joan ............. 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 Molloy, Melissa ............. 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 Moore, Bethann ................................ 1991, 1992 Moore, Sheila ............................................. 1987 Morrow, Patti Jo ...................... 1997, 1998, 1999 Mulqueen, Meghan ........................... 1990, 1991 Musselman, Cassie ........ 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 NNN Neiger, Judith ......................... 1984, 1985, 1986 Newby, Elizabeth .............................. 1977, 1978 Nichols, Caroline .................... 1992, 1993, 1994 OOO O’Donnell, Jeanne ............................ 1973, 1974 O’Malley, Clare ...................... 2010, 2011, 2012 O’Meara, Meghan ...................................... 2000 Onorato, Nicole ...................... 2010, 2011, 2012 Ortega, Emily ............................................. 2008 Ottati, Kelly ............................ 1996, 1997, 1998 PPP Partlow, Katherine ....................................... 1991 Patzner, Michaela ....................................... 2012 Peirson, Laura ................................... 1988, 1989 Pemberton, Jeanne ........ 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 Pepper, Hannah ................................ 2011, 2012 Pepper, Rebecca ...................... 2010, 2011, 2012 Perrelli, Julie ..................................... 1994, 1995 Perry, Laura .................. 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 Petrie, Paula ................. 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 Phillips, Katie .......................... 1998, 1999, 2000 Piester, Lindsey .................................. 2005, 2006 Pomian, Elaine .................................. 1980, 1981 Pini, Donna ................................................. 1974 Popinko, Toni .................................... 2011, 2012 Prescott, Cheryl ............. 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Prettyman, Kasey .................... 2010, 2011, 2012 Pruitt, Chrissi ..................................... 1996, 1997 RRR Reath, Teri ........................................ 1974, 1975 Reilly, Michelle .................................. 1980, 1981 Reist, Erin ............................... 1996, 1997, 1998 Rhoades, Cindy ........................................... 1972 Rhoades, Nikki ....................... 2006, 2007, 2008 Rockel, Pat ........................................ 1974, 1975 Root, Jennifer .................................... 1990, 1991 Rosenbaum, Michele ......................... 1987, 1988

SSS Samuel, Susan ........................ 1979, 1980, 1981 Sauder, Nicole .................................. 1994, 1995 Sayegh, Meli .............................................. 1974 Saylor, Leslie ............................................... 1990 Scally, Monique ................................ 1986, 1987 Scher, Sarah ..................................... 2011, 2012 Schexnayder, Rachel ..... 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Schimpf, Joan ......................... 1976, 1977, 1978 Schlezes, Kimberly ........ 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Schmidt, Linda ........................ 1981, 1982, 1983 Schonour, Lorrie ...................... 1984, 1985, 1986 Schweitzer, Kayla .......... 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Shaklee, Erin ................ 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Sharpless, Tory .............. 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Shomo, Phyllis .................................. 1971, 1972 Shutter, Carli ..................................... 2009, 2010 Sijbrandij, Florence ........................... 2007, 2008 Simons, Mégane ......................................... 2012 Simonovich, Brooke ..................................... 2010 Sparks, Gale ............................................... 1974 Spiess, Alex ...................................... 1990, 1992 Starkey, Joyce ............................................. 1971 Stevens, Jillian .................................. 2002, 2003 Stout, Karen .................. 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 Swain, Stephanie .......... 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Swift, Denise ..................................... 1982, 1983 TTT Tait, Jackie .................................................. 2007 Taylor, Betsy ...................................... 1995, 1996 Thomas, Stacey ....................... 2000, 2001, 2002 Tobin-Fraser, Marcie ................ 1993, 1994, 1995 Trainer, Jane ..................................... 1971, 1972 Tucci, Kathy ............................ 1987, 1988, 1989 UUU Urbano, Tara .......................... 1996, 1997, 1998 VVV Vanderwende, Dusti .................................... 2006 Vogt, Cassie ...................................... 1987, 1988 WWW Wagaman, Kim ............ 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Wagner, Emily .................................. 2009, 2010 Warrington, Amanda .... 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007 Wasylyk, Sylvia ................................. 1972, 1973 Watt, Jenny .................. 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 Weber, Stormy .............. 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Weitz, Jan ........................................ 1972, 1973 Wesley, Karlyn ............................................ 1987 White, Debbie .............. 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980 Whitesell, Sue ............................................. 1971 Wilkie, Sharon .............. 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 Wilkinson, Anne ........... 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 Wilkinson, Maureen .......................... 1983, 1984 Wilkinson, Patricia ........ 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980 Wirth, Katie ...................................... 1997, 1998 Wolf, Becky .................. 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 Wolffe, Barbara ...................... 1987, 1988, 1989 Wood, Lisa ................................................. 1992 Woodie, Missy .............. 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 ZZZ Zurlo, Karen................................................ 1984

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TEAM RECORDS All-Time Games Played:............................................... 786 (449-298-39) Most Games Played (Single Season):............22, 1977; 1978; 1982; 2004 Most Wins (Single Season):.......................................... 16 (16-3-2), 1988 ................................................................................. 16 (16-5-1), 1982 ................................................................................. 16 (16-4-2), 1978 Best Percentage (Single Season): ................................. .875 (7-1), 1971 Most Consecutive Wins: ...................................................... 11, 1985-86 Most Consecutive Wins (Single Season): ............................9, 1998; 2009 Most Consecutive Wins (To Start Season): ..........................7, 1994; 2007 Most Consecutive Wins Without A Loss: ............................... 11, 1985-86 Most Consecutive Conference Wins:..................................... 15, 1982-83 Longest Conference Unbeaten Streak:................................... 17, 1985-86 Most Consecutive Home Wins:............................................. 14, 1982-84 Most Consecutive Road Wins:................................................ 8, 1985-86 Most Consecutive Winning Seasons: .................................... 13, 1971-83 Highest Ranked Win Over An Opponent: ................................................ .......................................................... 9/24/87, W 2-0 at #3 Penn State Highest Ranked Non-Loss Over An Opponent: ......................................... ...............................................9/29/87, T 1-1 (2OT) at #2 West Chester Most Losses (Single Season): .......................................... 15 (3-15), 2008 Worst Winning Percentage (Single Season): ............... .167 (3-15), 2008 Most Consecutive Losses: ............................................................8, 2008 Most Consecutive Losses (To Start A Season): ................................4, 2012 Most Consecutive Games Without A Win: ....................................8, 2008 Most Consecutive Conference Losses:............................ 5, 1998-99; 2008 Most Ties (Single Season):.............................................. 5 (12-5-5), 1977 ..................................................................................... 5 (6-2-5), 1973 Most Consecutive Ties:.......................................................2, 1977; 1981 Most Improved Record:...................................3-15 (2008) to 14-6 (2009) Most Goals (Single Game):.....................................10 vs. Brown, 9/6/09 .....................................................................9 vs. American, 10/27/83 ................................................................ 9 vs. Towson State, 10/13/83 .......................................................................9 vs. Vermont, 10/11/92 Most Goals (Single Season):.............................................63, 1982; 1998 Most Consecutive Games Scoring A Goal:............................ 58, 2000-03 Fewest Goals (Single Season):.................................... 15 (9 games), 1973 ............................................................................. 15 (18 games), 2008

Lauren Carr

Most Goals Allowed (Single Game):................ 10, #2 Princeton, 9/16/12 .......................................................................8 vs. Maryland, 9/25/97 .........................................................................8 vs. Maryland, 9/8/00 Most Goals Allowed (Single Season):........................ 63 (20 games), 2012 ............................................................................. 57 (20 games), 2011 ............................................................................. 51 (19 games), 2006 Fewest Goals Allowed (Single Season):....................... 3 (11 games), 1972 Most Goals Scored (Both Teams): ............ 12 vs. Brown, 9/6/09 (W, 10-2) .................................................... 12 at #2 Princeton, 9/16/12 (L, 2-10) Most Shutouts (Single Season):...................................................12, 1988 Fewest Shutouts (Single Season):....................1, 2005; 2006; 2010; 2012 Most Shutouts Allowed (Single Season):........................................8, 2008 Most Consecutive Shutouts:..........................................................5, 1985 Most Consecutive Games Shutout:........3, 1973; 1975; 1989; 1995; 2006 Highest Scoring Average (Single Season): .......... 4.56 (82g/18gm.), 1980 Most Assists (Single Game):......................................8 vs. Brown, 9/6/09 Most Assists (Single Season):......................................................51, 1998 Most Shots On Goal (Single Game Since 1985):....65 vs. La Salle, 9/8/88 Most Shots On Goal (Single Season): ......................................704, 1984 Most Shots On Goal Allowed (Single Game Since 1985):.......................... .................................................................... 38 by Penn State, 9/26/85 Most Shots On Goal Allowed (Single Season):...........................312, 1984 Most Penalty Corners (Single Game Since 1985):...37 vs. Lehigh, 10/15/92 Most Penalty Corners (Single Season):......................................284, 1984 Most Penalty Corners Allowed (Single Season):.........................204, 1980 Largest Margin of Victory:......................... 9-0 over American, 10/27/83 ...........................................................9-0 over Towson State, 10/13/83 Largest Margin of Defeat:................................ 0-8 vs. Maryland, 9/8/00 ............................................................. 2-10 vs. #2 Princeton, 9/16/12 Most Saves (Single Game Since 1985): .....28 vs. #14 Maryland, 9/13/94 Most Saves (Single Season Since 1979): ..................................218, 1993 Most Saves Per Game (Single Season): ...................................12.8, 1993 ..........................................................................................10.78, 1992

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST GAMES PLAYED Single Season: ......................................................... 22, Lauren Carr, 2004 ................................................................................ 22, Erica LaBar, 2004 .................................................................. 22, Amanda Warrington, 2004 ................................................................................. 22, Leah Geib, 2004 ................................................................................22, Katie Evans, 2004 ............................................................................... 22, Jessi Balmer, 2004 ...........................................................................22, Amber Deimler, 2004 ........................................................................ 22, Stephanie Swain, 2004 ......................................................................... 22, Carly Campana, 2004 ..............................................................................22, Megan Allen, 2004 ....................................................................... 22, Stacie Indelicarto, 1982 ......................................... Multiple other unknown members of 1982 squad Career:.............................................................. 84, Erica LaBar*, 2000-04 .......................................................................... 84, Jessi Balmer, 2000-04 ............................................................................ 84, Leah Geib, 2000-04 * - all consecutive starts GOALS Single Game: ......................................5, Casey Howard vs. Brown, 9/6/09 ................................................... 4, Melissa Hefner vs. Vermont, 10/14/95 ............................................... 4, Sharon Wilkie vs. Towson State, 11/5/79 ............................................. 4, Sharon Wilkie vs. West Chester, 10/18/78 ............................................4, Anita Magat vs. William Paterson, 10/5/74 ............................................... 4, Judy Anderson vs. Catonsville, 10/12/72 ....................................................... 3, Kelsey McKee vs. Drexel, 10/19/12 .....................................................3, Casey Howard vs. Towson, 10/23/09 .............................................3, Rachel Schexnayder vs. Towson, 10/23/09 ................................................3, Casey Howard vs. Monmouth, 10/16/09 ....................................................3, Casey Howard vs. La Salle, 10/29/06 ................................................3, Amanda Warrington vs. Rutgers, 9/9/05 ........................................................3, Lauren Carr vs. Monmouth, 9/1/04 ..........................................................3, Jessi Balmer vs. Villanova, 9/7/03 .............................................................3, Juli Byrd vs. Boston U., 9/28/01 ................................................................... 3, Juli Byrd vs. Penn, 10/6/98 .......................................................... 3, Kelly Cawley vs. Temple, 9/16/98 ............................................... 3, Alexis Goldsborough vs. Ursinus, 9/1/98 ............................................................... 3, Jodi Byrd vs. Temple, 9/13/97 ....................................................3, Jodi Byrd vs. William & Mary, 9/6/97 ............................................................ 3, Betsy Taylor vs. Drexel, 11/2/96 ................................................... 3, Lauren Baugher vs. Hofstra, 10/21/95 .......................................................3, Sue Daddona vs. Vermont, 10/8/94 ...................................................... 3, Melissa Hefner vs. La Salle, 9/18/93 ................................................... 3, Kelly Hollinger vs. Vermont, 10/11/92 ........................................... 3, Michele Rosenbaum vs. Maryland, 9/29/88 ............................................... 3, Michele Rosenbaum vs. Ursinus, 9/15/88 ................................................ 3, Michele Rosenbaum vs. La Salle, 9/8/88 .......................................................... 3, Nari Bush vs. Bucknell, 10/24/87 .............................................. 3, Michele Rosenbaum vs. Lehigh, 10/13/87 ............................................... 3, Anne Wilkinson vs. American, 10/27/83 .......................................................3, Sharon Wilkie vs. La Salle, 9/14/82 Single Game (Freshman; Since 1985)............. 3, Juli Byrd vs. Penn, 10/6/98 ...................................................... 3, Melissa Hefner vs. La Salle, 9/18/93 .............................................. 3, Michele Rosenbaum vs. Lehigh, 10/13/87 Single Season: .....................................................22, Casey Howard, 2009 Single Season (Freshman): .....................................17, Sharon Wilkie, 1979 Career: .......................................................... 59, Sharon Wilkie, 1979-82 Consecutive Games Scoring A Goal: ................ 11, Melissa Hefner, 1995-96 Per Game (Single Season):...................................1.1, Casey Howard, 2009 HAT TRICKS Single Season: ............................................... 3, Michele Rosenbaum, 1988 .............................................................................3, Casey Howard, 2009 Career: ................................................... 4, Michelle Rosenbaum, 1987-88 ........................................................................4, Casey Howard, 2006-09

GAME-WINNING GOALS Single Season: ............................................................ 8, Erica LaBar, 2002 Career: ............................................................... 16, Erica LaBar, 2001-04 .....................................................................13, Lauren Baugher, 1992-95 ASSISTS Single Game:............................4, Kelly Cawley vs. William & Mary, 9/6/97 ................................................... 3, Heather Hartman at Drexel, 10/19/12 ...................................................3, Kimmy Schlezes vs. Towson, 10/23/09 ................................................ 3, Katie Evans vs. Michigan State, 8/26/06 ............................................................. 3, Katie Evans vs. Rutgers, 9/9/05 ........................................................... 3, Erica LaBar vs. La Salle, 9/29/03 ............................................................. 3, Kelly Cawley vs. Penn, 10/6/98 ......................................................... 3, Kelly Cawley vs. Ursinus, 10/1/98 .......................................................... 3, Kelly Cawley vs. Temple, 9/13/97 ................................................... 3, Sara Hills vs. William & Mary, 9/6/97 ............................................................ 3, Sue Samuel vs. Penn State, 1981 Single Game (Freshman; Since 2004):...2, Kelsey McKee vs. VCU, 10/30/11 ........................................................ 2, Missy Woodie vs. Bucknell, 9/8/07 Single Season:......................................................... 21, Kelly Cawley, 1997 Per Game (Single Season): ................................... 1.05, Kelly Cawley, 1997 Single Season (Freshman): ............................................... 7, Juli Byrd, 1999 Career: .............................................................48, Kelly Cawley, 1995-98 POINTS Game:...............................................12, Casey Howard vs. Brown, 9/6/09 Single Season: .....................................................51, Casey Howard, 2009 Per Game (Single Season):.................................2.55, Casey Howard, 2009 Single Season (Freshman): ..................................... 24, Kelsey McKee, 2011 ................................................................................. 24, Leah Geib, 2001 Career:............................................................127, Kelly Cawley, 1995-98 SHOTS Game (Since 1985):.....................16, Jennifer Daggett vs. Lehigh, 10/15/92 ............................................. 16, Michele Rosenbaum vs. Hofstra, 9/17/88 ........................................................... 15, Nari Bush vs. La Salle, 9/10/97 Single Season: ....................................................143, Missy Meharg, 1984 Career: .........................................................326, Missy Meharg, 1981-84 GOALIE MINUTES Single Season: ...................................................1,597, Megan Allen, 2004 Career:...................................................... 4,619, Kim Lockbaum, 1992-95 GOALIE SAVES Game:........................................ 28, Kim Lockbaum vs. Maryland, 9/13/94 ................................................. 25, Kim Lockbaum vs. Maryland, 9/11/93 ........................................................ 22, Jaren Zurlo vs. Temple, 10/18/94 .................................................... 22, Kelly Adams vs. Maryland, 9/22/98 ..................................................... 22, Kim Lockbaum vs. Rutgers, 9/27/94 .................................................. 22, Kim Lockbaum vs. Princeton, 10/6/93 Single Season:.................................................... 212, Kim Lockbaum, 1994 Career:......................................................... 669, Kim Lockbaum, 1992-95 GOALIE SHUTOUTS Single Season:..................................................12, Caroline Maloney, 1988 Career:.............................................................26, Ange Bradley, 1984-87 GOALIE SAVE PERCENTAGE Single Season: ................................................. .934, Kim Lockbaum, 1994 Career: ...................................................... .895, Kim Lockbaum, 1992-95 LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Single Season:...............................................0.62, Caroline Maloney, 1988 Career:..........................................................0.91, Ange Bradley, 1984-87

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SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS SINGLE-SEASON POINTS LEADERS 1. Casey Howard..................... 2009............. 51 2. Michele Rosenbaum............. 1988............. 44 3. Missy Meharg...................... 1983............. 43 4. Kelly Cawley....................... 1997............. 41 5. Jodi Byrd............................. 1997............. 37 Kelly Cawley....................... 1998............. 37 Melissa Hefner..................... 1996............. 37 8. Sharon Wilkie..................... 1979............. 36 9. Carol Miller......................... 1978............. 35 10. Erica LaBar.......................... 2003............. 34 SINGLE-SEASON GOALS LEADERS 1. Casey Howard..................... 2009............. 22 2. Michele Rosenbaum............. 1988............. 20 3. Jodi Byrd............................. 1997............. 18 Melissa Hefner..................... 1996............. 18 5. Missy Meharg...................... 1983............. 17 Sharon Wilkie..................... 1979............. 17 7. Missy Meharg...................... 1982............. 15 8. Sharon Wilkie..................... 1982............. 15 Carol Miller......................... 1980............. 15 Carol Miller......................... 1979............. 15 SINGLE-SEASON ASSISTS LEADERS 1. Kelly Cawley....................... 1997............. 21 2. Kelly Cawley....................... 1998............. 19 3. Erica LaBar.......................... 2003............. 12 Katie Evans......................... 2004............. 12 5. Sara Hills............................ 1997............. 11 Lauren Baugher................... 1995............. 11 Beth Manley........................ 1985............. 11 8. Sue Daddona...................... 1994............. 10 Sue Samuel......................... 1980............. 10 10. Erica LaBar.......................... 2002.............. 9 Kim Wagaman.................... 2002.............. 9 Megan Fortunato................. 2000.............. 9 Brenda Lear......................... 1994.............. 9 Sara Hills............................ 1998.............. 9 Rachel Barger...................... 1999.............. 9 Missy Meharg...................... 1983.............. 9 Lisa Blanc............................ 1982.............. 9 Kelly Coyle.......................... 2001.............. 9

Sharon Wilkie

Michele Rosenbaum

Kelly Cawley

Paula Petrie

Erica LaBar

Jodi Byrd

SINGLE-SEASON GOALKEEPER SAVES LEADERS 1. Kim Lockbaum..................... 1994............ 212 2. Kim Lockbaum..................... 1993............ 207 3. Kim Lockbaum..................... 1995............ 163 4. Ange Bradley...................... 1987............ 160 5. Ange Bradley...................... 1985............ 159 6. Leslie Saylor........................ 1990............ 158 7. Kelly Adams........................ 1997............ 152 8. Kelly Ottati.......................... 1999............ 148 9. Stacie Indelicarto................. 1982............ 144 10. Ange Bradley...................... 1986............ 143

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CAREER RECORDS CAREER POINTS LEADERS Name................................. Years...........Goals........Assists...... Points 1. Kelly Cawley.................... 1995-98.......... 39.............49............127 2. Sharon Wilkie.................. 1979-82.......... 59..............5.............123 3. Casey Howard.................. 2005-09.......... 51.............13............115 4. Julie Grandell................... 1974-77.......... 52..............0.............104 5. Anne Wilkinson................ 1982-85.......... 44.............12............100 Carol Miller...................... 1978-81.......... 46..............8.............100 7. Missy Meharg................... 1981-84.......... 42.............14..............98 8. Erica LaBar....................... 2001-04.......... 34.............28..............95 9. Melissa Hefner.................. 1993-96.......... 43..............8...............94 10. Juli Byrd........................... 1998-01.......... 39.............11..............89 11. Beth Manley..................... 1983-86.......... 33.............18..............84 12. Jodi Byrd.......................... 1995-98.......... 35..............9...............79 13. Katie Evans...................... 2003-06.......... 21.............30..............72 14. Lauren Baugher................ 1992-95.......... 27.............17..............71 15. Michele Rosenbaum.......... 1987-88.......... 32..............5...............69 16. Debbie White................... 1977-80.......... 28.............12..............68 Laura Domnick................. 1985-88.......... 30..............8...............68 18. Jessi Balmer...................... 2001-04.......... 28..............7...............63 19. Jessica Breault.................. 2000-03.......... 23.............15..............61 Kelsey McKee.................. 2011-Pres.......... 20..............8...............48 CAREER GOAL LEADERS 1. Sharon Wilkie.................. 1979-82.......... 59 2. Julie Grandell................... 1974-77.......... 52 3. Casey Howard.................. 2005-09.......... 51 4. Carol Miller...................... 1978-81.......... 46 5. Anne Wilkinson................ 1982-85.......... 44 6. Melissa Hefner.................. 1993-96.......... 43 7. Missy Meharg................... 1981-84.......... 42 8. Kelly Cawley.................... 1995-98.......... 39 Juli Byrd........................... 1998-01.......... 39 10. Jodi Byrd.......................... 1995-98.......... 35 Kelsey McKee.................. 2011-Pres.......... 20 CAREER ASSIST LEADERS 1. Kelly Cawley.................... 1995-98.......... 49 2. Katie Evans...................... 2003-06.......... 30 3. Erica LaBar....................... 2000-04.......... 28 4. Sara Hills......................... 1996-99.......... 27 5. Sue Daddona................... 1991-94.......... 21 Leah Geib........................ 2001-04.......... 21 7. Rachel Barger................... 1996-99.......... 20 Missy Woodie................... 2007-10.......... 20 9. Brenda Lear...................... 1991-94.......... 18 Sue Samuel...................... 1979-81.......... 18 Beth Manley..................... 1983-86.......... 18 12. Lauren Baugher................ 1992-95.......... 17 Kelly Coyle....................... 1999-02.......... 17 14. Amanda Warrington......... 2003-07.......... 16 15. Jessica Breault.................. 2000-03.......... 15 Kim Wagaman................. 1999-02.......... 15 Megan Fortunato.............. 1997-00.......... 15 18. Missy Meharg................... 1981-84.......... 14 19. Stephanie Swait................ 2002-06.......... 13 Karen Stout...................... 1978-81.......... 13 Casey Howard.................. 2005-09.......... 13 Heather Hartman............. 2010-Pres.......... 11 Clare O’Malley................ 2010-Pres........... 8 Toni Popinko.................... 2010-Pres........... 8 Kelsey McKee.................. 2011-Pres........... 8 Note: Assist statistics first kept in 1978

CAREER GOALIE SAVES LEADERS 1. Kim Lockbaum.................. 1992-95......... 669 2. Ange Bradley................... 1984-87......... 481 3. Megan Allen..................... 2003-07......... 352 4. Kelly Adams..................... 1995-98......... 344 5. Noelle Diana.................... 2008-11......... 343 6. Nikki Rhoades.................. 2005-08......... 282 7. Stacie Indelicarto.............. 1982-83......... 251 8. Kelly Ottati....................... 1996-99......... 250 9. Elaine Pomian................... 1980-81......... 213 10. Stephanie Judefind............ 1999-02......... 212 11. Caroline Maloney............. 1988-89......... 167 12. Leslie Saylor..................... 1989-90......... 158 13. Jaren Zurlo....................... 1983-84......... 138 14. Lisa Wood........................... 1991............ 132 15. Katie Parlow........................ 1991............ 126 Sarah Scher.................... 2011-Pres.......... 87 CAREER GAMES PLAYED LEADERS 1. Erica LaBar*..................... 2000-04.......... 84 Jessi Balmer...................... 2000-04.......... 84 Leah Geib........................ 2000-04.......... 84 4. Megan Fortunato*............. 1997-00.......... 82 Juli Byrd........................... 1998-01.......... 82 * - all consecutive starts

Casey Howard

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING LEADERS Goals.......... Assists....... Points 1971 unknown............................................................... 1972 unknown............................................................... 1973 unknown............................................................... 1974 unknown............................................................... 1975 unknown............................................................... 1976 unknown............................................................... 1977 unknown............................................................... 1978 Carol Miller..................... 15................ 5..............20 1979 Sharon Wilkie................. 17................ 2..............19 1980 Carol Miller..................... 15................ 1..............16 Sharon Wilkie................. 14................ 2..............16 1981 Sharon Wilkie................. 13................ 0..............13 1982 Missy Meharg.................. 16................ 1..............17 1983 Missy Meharg.................. 17................ 9..............26 1984 Beth Manley.................... 13................ 0..............13 1985 Beth Manley..................... 6................ 11.............17 1986 Beth Manley..................... 7................. 7..............14 1987 Michele Rosenbaum......... 12................ 1..............13 1988 Michele Rosenbaum......... 20................ 4..............24 1989 Jill Hershey....................... 4................. 1...............5 Laura Peirson.................... 5................. 0...............5 1990 Kelly Hollinger.................. 9................. 1..............10 1991 Meghan Mulqueen............ 3................. 0...............3 Jenn Rinnander................. 3................. 0...............3 Kelly Hollinger.................. 2................. 1...............3 Renee Berardelli................ 2................. 1...............3 1992 Kelly Hollinger.................. 6................. 4..............10 1993 Sue Daddona................... 6................. 5..............17 1994 Sue Daddona................... 8................ 10.............26 1995 Melissa Hefner................. 14................ 4..............32 1996 Melissa Hefner................. 18................ 3..............37 1997 Kelly Cawley................... 10............... 21.............41 1998 Kelly Cawley.................... 9................ 19.............37 1999 Rachel Barger................... 5................. 9..............19 2000 Juli Byrd.......................... 10................ 0..............20 2001 Juli Byrd.......................... 13................ 4..............30 2002 Erica LaBar...................... 11................ 9..............31 2003 Erica LaBar...................... 11............... 12.............34 2004 Lauren Carr..................... 11................ 5..............27 2005 Molly Burke...................... 9................. 2..............20 2006 Casey Howard.................. 9................. 1..............19 2007 Casey Howard................. 13................ 3..............29 2008 Alexis Esbitt...................... 5................. 0..............10 Florence Sijbrandij............ 4................. 2..............10 2009 Casey Howard................. 22................ 7..............51 2010 Michelle Drummonds........ 10................ 5..............25 2011 Kelsey McKee................... 9................. 6..............24 2012 Kelsey McKee.................. 11................ 2..............24 GOALS 1971 unknown 1972 unknown 1973 unknown 1974 unknown 1975 Julie Grandell.................. 11 1976 unknown 1977 Julie Grandell.................. 12 Joan Molaison................. 12 Debbie White.................. 12 1978 Carol Miller..................... 15 1979 Sharon Wilkie................. 17 1980 Carol Miller..................... 15

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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

Sharon Wilkie................. 13 Missy Meharg.................. 16 Missy Meharg.................. 17 Beth Manley.................... 13 Anne Wilkinson............... 14 Laura Domnick................. 8 Moe Scally....................... 8 Michele Rosenbaum......... 12 Michele Rosenbaum......... 20 Laura Peirson.................... 5 Kelly Hollinger.................. 9 Meghan Mulqueen............ 3 Jen Rinnander................... 3 Kelly Hollinger.................. 6 Lauren Baugher................ 7 Melissa Hefner.................. 7 Lauren Baugher................ 9 Melissa Hefner................. 14 Melissa Hefner................. 18 Jodi Byrd......................... 18 Jodi Byrd......................... 13 Juli Byrd........................... 9 Juli Byrd.......................... 10 Juli Byrd.......................... 13 Erica LaBar...................... 11 Jessi Balmer..................... 12 Lauren Carr..................... 11 Erica LaBar...................... 11 Molly Burke...................... 9 Casey Howard.................. 9 Casey Howard................. 13 Alexis Esbitt..................... 5 Casey Howard................. 22 Michelle Drummonds........ 10 Kelsey McKee................... 9 Kelsey McKee.................. 11

ASSISTS 1971 no statistics kept 1972 no statistics kept 1973 no statistics kept 1974 no statistics kept 1975 no statistics kept 1976 no statistics kept 1977 no statistics kept 1978 Carol Miller...................... 5 Debbie White................... 5 1979 Sandy Gibney.................. 6 1980 Sue Samuel..................... 10 1981 Karen Stout...................... 7 1982 Lisa Blanc......................... 9 1983 Missy Meharg................... 9 1984 Missy Meharg................... 4 1985 Beth Manley.................... 11 1986 Beth Manley..................... 7 1987 Moe Scally....................... 4 Laura Domnick................. 4 1988 Joanne Dobson................. 7 1989 Cassie Herr...................... 3 1990 Joanne Dobson................. 5 1991 Cathy Alderman............... 2 1992 Sue Daddona................... 5 1993 Sue Daddona................... 5 1994 Sue Daddona.................. 10 1995 Lauren Baugher............... 11

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Kelly Cawley.................... 8 Kelly Cawley................... 21 Kelly Cawley................... 19 Racehl Barger................... 9 Megan Fortunato.............. 9 Kelly Coyle....................... 9 Erica LeBar....................... 9 Kim Wagaman................. 9 Erica LeBar...................... 12 Katie Evans..................... 12 Amanda Warrington......... 6 Katie Evans...................... 6 Katie Evans...................... 7 Jackie Tait........................ 5 Florence Sijbrandij............ 2 Missy Woodie.................. 2 Rae Everson..................... 2 Missy Woodie.................. 8 Missy Woodie.................. 6 Carley Hecht.................... 7 Kayla Schweitzer.............. 7 Heather Hartman.............. 8

SAVES 1971 unknown 1972 unknown 1973 unknown 1974 unknown 1975 unknown 1976 unknown 1977 unknown 1978 unknown 1979 Buzz Harrington.............. 71 1980 Elaine Pomian................. 126 1981 Elaine Pomian.................. 87 1982 Stacie Indelicarto............ 144 1983 Stacie Indelicarto............ 107 1984 Karen Zurlo.................... 138 1985 Ange Bradley................. 159 1986 Ange Bradley................. 143 1987 Ange Bradley................. 160 1988 Caroline Maloney........... 105 1989 Karen Henry................... 106 1990 Leslie Saylor................... 158 1991 Katie Partlow.................. 126 1992 Lisa Wood...................... 107 1993 Kim Lockbaum................ 207 1994 Kim Lockbaum................ 212 1995 Kim Lockbaum................ 163 1996 Kelly Adams.................... 82 1997 Kelly Adams................... 152 1998 Kelly Adams................... 121 1999 Kelly Ottati..................... 148 2000 Stephanie Judefind........... 76 2001 Stephanie Judefind........... 47 2002 Stephanie Judefind........... 89 2003 Megan Allen................... 84 2004 Megan Allen.................. 107 2005 Megan Allen.................. 132 2006 Nikki Rhoades................ 109 2007 Nikki Rhoades................. 60 2008 Nikki Rhoades................ 111 2009 Noelle Diana................... 93 2010 Noelle Diana.................. 109 2011 Noelle Diana.................. 122 2012 Sarah Scher.................... 82

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ALL-TIME HONORS ALL-AMERICANS Carol Miller..................... M&N...........1978; ‘79; ‘80 Paula Petrie..................... M&N........................ 1978 Anne Brooking................. M&N................. 1980; ‘81 Sharon Wilkie.................. M&N................. 1981; ‘82 Sharon Wilkie................. CFHCA............... 1981; ‘82 Missy Meharg......... CFHCA 2nd Team.............. 1983 Anne Wilkinson...........CFHCA HM................... 1985 Moe Scalley.................CFHCA HM................... 1987 Nari Bush....................CFHCA HM................... 1988 Michelle Rosenbaum.CFHCA 1st Team............... 1988 Brenda Lear............ CFHCA 2nd Team....... 1993; ‘94 Jodi Byrd................ NFHCA 2nd Team.............. 1998 Erica LaBar............. NFHCA 3rd Team............... 2002 Jessi Balmer............ NFHCA 3rd Team............... 2003 Leah Geib............... NFHCA 2nd Team.............. 2004 Amanda Warrington.NFHCA 2nd Team............. 2004 Casey Howard.......... WFH 2nd Team................ 2009

Colonial Athletic Association Leah Geib...................... 1st Team..................... 2002 Erica LaBar.................... 1st Team........2002; ’03; ‘04 Kim Wagaman.............. 1st Team..................... 2002 Jessi Balmer................... 1st Team..................... 2003 Jessica Breault............... 2nd Team.................... 2003 Katie Evans................... 2nd Team............. 2003; ‘05 Megan Allen.................. 1st Team..................... 2004 Amanda Warrington...... 1st Team..................... 2004 Jessi Balmer.................. 2nd Team.................... 2004 Leah Geib..................... 2nd Team.................... 2004 Molly Burke................... 1st Team..................... 2005 Stephanie Swain........... 2nd Team.................... 2006 Casey Howard............... 1st Team.............. 2007; ‘09 Missy Woodie............... 2nd Team............. 2008; ‘10 Michelle Drummonds ..... 1st Team..................... 2009 Missy Woodie................ 1st Team..................... 2009 Michelle Drummonds .... 2nd Team.................... 2010 Amanda McCardell....... 2nd Team.................... 2011 Noelle Diana................ 2nd Team.................... 2011 Kelsey McKee............... 2nd Team.................... 2011 Kelsey McKee................ 1st Team..................... 2012 Michaela Patzner.......... 2nd Team.................... 2012

ALL-REGION Anne Brooking............... 1st Team..................... 1990 Joanne Dobson............. 2nd Team.................... 1991 Sue Daddona................. 1st Team..................... 1994 Kim Lockbaum.............. 2nd Team.................... 1994 Jodi Byrd...................... 2nd Team............. 1996; ‘97 Jodi Byrd....................... 1st Team..................... 1998 Kelly Cawley................. 2nd Team............. 1996; ‘97 Kelly Cawley.................. 1st Team..................... 1998 Melissa Hefner............... 1st Team..................... 1996 Kirsten McEntee............ 2nd Team.................... 1996 Erin Reist...................... 2nd Team.................... 1997 Kelly Adams.................. 1st Team..................... 1998 Rachel Barger............... 2nd Team.................... 1999 Juli Byrd........................ 1st Team.............. 1999; ‘00 Megan Fortunato.......... 2nd Team.................... 2000 Jessi Balmer.................. 2nd Team.................... 2002 Jessi Balmer................... 1st Team..................... 2003 Jessica Breault............... 2nd Team............. 2002; ‘03 Kelly Coyle................... 2nd Team.................... 2002 Leah Geib..................... 2nd Team............. 2002; ‘03 Leah Geib...................... 1st Team..................... 2004 Erica LaBar.................... 1st Team........2002; ‘03; ‘04 Kim Wagaman............. 2nd Team.................... 2002 Megan Allen.................. 1st Team..................... 2004 Lauren Carr.................. 2nd Team.................... 2004 Amanda Warrington...... 1st Team..................... 2004 Amanda Warrington..... 2nd Team.................... 2005 Molly Burke.................. 2nd Team.................... 2005 Katie Evans................... 2nd Team.................... 2005 Casey Howard............... 1st Team........2006; ‘07; ‘09 Stephanie Swain........... 2nd Team.................... 2006 Florence Sijbrandij........ 2nd Team.................... 2008 Michelle Drummonds...... 1st Team..................... 2009

CONFERENCE ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Jessica Breault.............America East.................. 2000 Megan Henry.............America East.................. 2000 Leah Geib...................America East.................. 2001 Erica LaBar.................America East.................. 2001 Molly Burke......................CAA........................ 2004 Casey Howard..................CAA........................ 2005 Tori Karsten......................CAA........................ 2006 Michelle Drummonds.........CAA........................ 2007 Missy Woodie...................CAA........................ 2007 Kayla Schweitzer..............CAA........................ 2008 Clare O’Malley.................CAA........................ 2010 Kelsey McKee...................CAA........................ 2011 Michaela Patzner..............CAA........................ 2012

Note: As selected by following organizations: M&N – Mitchell & Ness CFHCA – College Field Hockey Coaches Association NFHCA – National Field Hockey Coaches Association WFH – WomensFieldHockey.com

ALL-CONFERENCE America East/North Atlantic Conference Brenda Lear.............................................. 1992; ‘93 Sue Daddona................................................... 1994 Becky Wolf...................................................... 1996 Jodi Byrd.................................................. 1997; ‘98 Kelly Cawley............................................. 1997; ‘98 Rachel Barger.................................................. 1999 Juli Byrd.............................................1999; ’00; ‘01 Megan Fortunato............................................. 2000 Kelly Coyle...................................................... 2001 Leah Geib........................................................ 2001

CONFERENCE MVP Sharon Wilkie................... ECC........................ 1982 Missy Meharg................... ECC................. 1983; ‘84 Anne Wilkinson................ ECC........................ 1985 Beth Manley...................... ECC........................ 1985 Ange Bradley.................... ECC........................ 1987 Nari Bush......................... ECC........................ 1988 Jill Hershey....................... ECC........................ 1990 Jodi Byrd....................America East.................. 1998 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT MVP Amanda Warrington.........CAA........................ 2004 Casey Howard..................CAA........................ 2009 ECAC MEDAL OF MERIT Kaili Kao......................................................... 2007 UD OUTSTANDING SENIOR FEMALE ATHLETE Audie Kujala................................................... 1976 Anne Brooking................................................. 1981 Missy Meharg.................................................. 1984 Ange Bradley................................................... 1987 Nari Bush........................................................ 1988 Jodi Byrd......................................................... 1999 UD ALUMNI ASSOCIATION TEAM MVP Audie Kujala................................................... 1976 Julie Grandell.................................................. 1977 Jennifer Watt................................................... 1978 Sandy Klein..................................................... 1979 Patti Wilkinson................................................. 1980 Anne Brooking................................................. 1981

Sharon Wilkie.................................................. 1982 Stacie Indelicarto............................................. 1983 Missy Meharg.................................................. 1984 Terri Cavender................................................. 1985 Beth Manley..................................................... 1986 Ange Bradley................................................... 1987 Nari Bush........................................................ 1988 Kathy Tucci...................................................... 1989 Jill Hershey...................................................... 1990 Cathy Alderman............................................... 1991 Kelly Hollinger................................................. 1992 Kim Lockbaum................................................. 1993 Kim Lockbaum................................................. 1994 Lauren Buagher................................................ 1995 Melissa Hefner................................................. 1996 Jodi Byrd......................................................... 1997 Jodi Byrd......................................................... 1998 Kelly Ottati...................................................... 1999 Megan Fortunato............................................. 2000 Juli Byrd.......................................................... 2001 Kim Wagaman................................................ 2002 Jessi Balmer..................................................... 2003 Amanda Warrington........................................ 2004 Molly Burke..................................................... 2005 Casey Howard................................................. 2006 Casey Howard................................................. 2007 Florence Sijbrandij........................................... 2008 Casey Howard................................................. 2009 Michelle Drummonds........................................ 2010 Noelle Diana................................................... 2011 Nikki Onorato................................................. 2012 UD TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Leah Geib........................................................ 2003 Leah Geib........................................................ 2004 Carly Campana............................................... 2005 Kaili Kao......................................................... 2006 Molly Burke..................................................... 2007 Florence Sijbranij............................................. 2008 Casey Howard................................................. 2009 Missy Woodie.................................................. 2010 Kasey Prettyman.............................................. 2011 Morgan Hudson............................................... 2012 UD ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME Anne Brooking................................................. 1997 Audie Kujala................................................... 1998 Missy Meharg.................................................. 1998 Mary Ann Hitchens..........Coach....................... 1999 Anne Wilkinson............................................... 2000 Nari Bush........................................................ 2001 Carol Miller............... Player/Coach................. 2001 Beth Manley..................................................... 2002 Sharon Wilkie.................................................. 2002 Lauren Buagher................................................ 2003 Barb Viera.......................Coach....................... 2003 Joyce Perry...................................................... 2004 Mary Schilly.................................................... 2004 Linda Schmidt.................................................. 2004 Ange Bradley................................................... 2005 Joan Schimpf................................................... 2005 Sue Daddona................................................... 2006 Paula Petrie..................................................... 2007 Brenda Lear..................................................... 2008 Jodi Byrd......................................................... 2009 Kelly Cawley.................................................... 2010 Melissa Hefner................................................. 2011 Aggie Bixler..................................................... 2012 Megan Fortunato............................................. 2012

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RULLO STADIUM RECORDS Record: .................................................................................74-60 (.552) America East Record: ...............................................................10-6 (.625) CAA Record: ........................................................................42-41 (.478) Overall Conference Record: ....................................................38-35 (.506) Overall Non-Conference Record: .............................................39-36 (.520) Overtime Record: ..................................................................10-13 (.435) Record vs. Ranked Opponents: .................................................5-30 (.143) Longest Winning Streak: ................................................................ 7, 1998 Highest-Ranked Victory: ...........................9/22/98 vs. #10 Maryland (2-1)

MOST POINTS, INDIVIDUAL (7 MINIMUM) (SINCE 2004): ....................................................... 12, Casey Howard vs. Brown, 9/6/09 .................................................................... 9, Katie Grant, Duke, 9/3/05 ................................................... 8, Tori Lindsey, James Madison, 9/26/10 .......................................... 8, Janneke van Leeuwen, Maryland, 10/14/07 .................................................... 7, Casey Howard vs. Towson, 10/23/09 ................................................... 7, Casey Howard vs. La Salle, 10/29/06 ............................................... 7, Amanda Warrington vs. Rutgers, 9/9/05 ....................................................... 7, Lauren Carr vs. Monmouth, 9/1/04

Largest Single Game Attendance (Since 2002):..... 750, 9/3/06 vs. Syracuse Largest Single Season Attendance (Since 2002): ......................4,053 - 2011 ............................................................................................3,190 - 2002 ............................................................................................3,001 - 2005 ............................................................................................2,946 - 2007 ............................................................................................2,920 - 2010

MOST POINTS, TEAM (18 MINIMUM) (SINCE 2004): ............................................................... 28, Delaware vs. Brown, 9/6/09 .................................................... 21, Wake Forest vs. Delaware, 9/25/11 ...................................................... 20, Maryland vs. Delaware, 10/14/07 .......................................................18, Delaware vs. Monmouth, 9/12/07 ..........................................................18, Delaware vs. Towson, 10/23/09 ................................................18, James Madison vs. Delaware, 9/26/10

First Game: ......................................September 9, 1998 vs. Lehigh (W, 8-0) First Goal Scored: .................................Sara Hills, 30:38 remaining 1st half First Assist: .........................................Sara Hills, 22:20 remaining 2nd Half First Shutout: ...........................................................8-0 vs. Lehigh, 9/9/98 Goalies For First Shutout: ................................. Kelly Adams and Kelly Ottati UD Starting Lineup For First Shutout: ............ Megan Fortunato, Kelly Cawley, Kate Johnson, Jodi Byrd, Alexis Goldsborough, Katie Phillips, Tara Urbano, Melissa Molloy, Jennifer Amoroso, Kelly Adams First Hat Trick: .................................................. Juli Byrd vs. Penn, 10/6/98 First Overtime Game: ................................Duke 2, Delaware 1 (10/11/98) First Overtime Goal: ........ Emily Ford (Duke) vs. UD, 6:03 remaining (1st OT) First Visitor Goal Scored: ...K.C. Dougherty (St. Joseph’s), 32:41 rem. 2nd Half (9/13/98) First Visitor Assist: .... Maureen Flynn (Penn), 24:30 rem. 2nd Half (10/6/98) Most Goals (Team):................................... 10, Delaware vs. Brown, 9/6/09 Most Delaware Goals: .............................. 10, Delaware vs. Brown, 9/6/09 Most Goal (Half; Team): ...................7, UD vs. Brown, 9/6/09 (Second Half) FEWEST GOALS SCORED, COMBINED: ....................................................1, Delaware def. Villanova, 1-0, 9/1/02 ............................ 1, Delaware def. Virginia Commonwealth, 1-0, 10/5/03 ...........................................1, Delaware def. La Salle, 1-0 (OT), 10/15/04 ................................................1, Syracuse def. Pennsylvania, 1-0, 9/2/06 ...........................................1, Old Dominion def. Delaware, 1-0, 9/30/07 .........................................1, Boston University def. Delaware, 1-0, 9/7/08 ........................................... 1, Saint Joseph’s def. Delaware, 1-0, 9/21/08 MOST ASSISTS, TEAM: ................................................................. 9, Delaware vs. Brown, 9/6/09 ...................................................... 7, Wake Forest vs. Delaware, 9/25/11 .............................................................6, Delaware vs. Villanova, 9/4/11 ................................................................. 6, Delaware vs. Penn, 10/6/99 ............................................................. 6, Delaware vs. La Salle, 9/29/03 ........................................................ 6, Maryland vs. Delaware, 10/14/07 MOST SHOTS, TEAM: .................................................. 34, North Carolina vs. Delaware, 9/9/11 .......................................................... 33, Maryland vs. Delaware, 9/8/00 .................................................... 29, Ohio State vs. Pennsylvania, 9/3/06 ...........................................................29, Delaware vs. Ball State, 9/4/00 ..................................................27, Old Dominion vs. Delaware, 10/8/06 .......................................................... 26, Delaware vs. Vermont, 10/2/98 ........................................................ 26, Maryland vs. Delaware, 9/22/98

MOST GOALS, INDIVIDUAL (3 minimum): ......................................................... 5, Casey Howard vs. Brown, 9/6/09 .................................................................... 4, Katie Grant, Duke, 9/3/05 ................................................ 3, Emily Cummings, Wake Forest, 9/25/11 ...............................................3, Michelle Pieczynski, Monmouth, 9/21/11 .................................................... 3, Casey Howard vs. Towson, 10/23/09 ............................................... 3, Casey Howard vs. Monmouth, 10/16/09 ....................................................... 3, Marian Dickinson, Duke, 10/20/07 ............................................ 3, Janneke va Leeuwen, Maryland, 10/14/07 ................................................... 3, Casey Howard vs. La Salle, 10/29/06 ........................................ 3, Melissa Stefaniak, James Madison, 10/23/05 ............................................... 3, Amanda Warrington vs. Rutgers, 9/9/05 ....................................................... 3, Lauren Carr vs. Monmouth, 9/1/04 ............................................ 3, Rachel Schexnayder vs. Towson, 10/23/03 ......................................................... 3, Jessi Balmer vs. Villanova, 9/7/03 ..........................................................3, Kelly Cawley vs. Temple, 9/16/99 ................................................................... 3, Juli Byrd vs. Penn, 10/6/98 ........................................................ 3, Juli Byrd vs. Boston Univ., 2/28/01 MOST ASSISTS, INDIVIDUAL (3 MINIMUM): ................................................3, Jenna Taylor, James Madison, 10/26/12 ......................................................... 3, Lizzie Rae, Wake Forest, 9/25/11 .................................................. 3, Kimmy Schlezes vs. Towson, 10/23/09 ...........................................................3, Katie Evans vs. Rutgers, 10/9/05 .......................................................... 3, Erica LaBar vs. La Salle, 9/29/03 ............................................................ 3, Kelly Cawley vs. Penn, 10/6/99 MOST SHOTS BY INDIVIDUAL, GAME (8 MINIMUM): ....................................................... 10, Casey Howard vs. Brown, 9/6/09 ...............................9, Amanda McCardell vs. Appalachian State, 9/18/11 ........................................................8, Kelsey McKee vs. Hofstra, 10/7/12 .................................................... 8, Corrine McConville, Albany, 8/26/12 ....................................................8, Daphne Voormolen, Albany, 8/26/12 .............................................................. 8, Molly Burke vs. VCU, 9/29/05 ............................................8, Nicole Dudek, Duke vs. Ohio State, 9/4/05 ........................................................... 8, Erica LaBar vs. Rutgers, 8/31/03 ......................................................... 8, Juli Byrd vs. Northeastern, 9/3/01 MOST GOALIE SAVES, INDIVIDUAL: ....................................................22, Kelly Adams vs. Maryland, 9/22/98

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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. 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. 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. 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.

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

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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 studentathletes 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 financial 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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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY FACILITIES

ATHLETICS FACILITIES 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 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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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 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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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY ABOUT DELAWARE

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 Time Aug. 24 American (Exhibition) Noon Aug. 28 Columbia (Exhibition) 1 p.m. Sept. 1 vs. Ohio (at Boston University) 1 p.m. Sept. 2 at Boston University 1 p.m. Blue Hen Invitational • Sept. 6-8 • Rullo Stadium Sept. 6 Central Michigan 3 p.m. Sept. 7 Central Michigan vs. Lafayette Noon Sept. 8 Lafayette Noon Sept. 13 Temple 7 p.m. Sept. 15 Michigan State Noon Sept. 20 at Penn State 5 p.m. Sept. 22 at Bucknell Noon Sept. 29 at Monmouth 1 p.m. Oct. 4 *William & Mary 7 p.m. Oct. 6 *James Madison 1 p.m. Oct. 11 *Towson 7 p.m. Oct. 13 Princeton 1 p.m. Oct. 20 at Columbia 1 p.m. Oct. 25 at *Hofstra 3 p.m. Oct. 27 at *Northeastern 2 p.m. Nov. 1 at *Drexel 7 p.m. Nov. 3 Villanova 1 p.m. Nov. 8 CAA Tournament Quarterfinal Nov. 10 CAA Tournament Semifinal/Finals Nov. 15-17 NCAA Tournament 1st/2nd Rounds Nov. 22-24 NCAA Tournament Semifinals/Finals at Powhatan Sports Complex (Norfolk, Va.) 2013 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE FIELD HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE


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