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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABOUT THIS GUIDE

Quick Facts......................................................................................................................................... 3

Meet the Blue Hens Head Coach Scott Grzenda................................................................................................................5-6 Assistant Coach Nitan Soni.................................................................................................................. 7 Assistant Coaches Brian Sprinkl and Kim Fearnback............................................................................ 8 2013 Univesity of Delaware Women’s Soccer....................................................................................... 9 Roster Notes......................................................................................................................................10 Roster...............................................................................................................................................11 Player Biographies.......................................................................................................................12-20

2012 Season in Review

2012 Statistics..............................................................................................................................22-23 Game-By-Game Results......................................................................................................................24 Colonial Athletic Association Standings............................................................................................. 25 All-CAA Teams..............................................................................................................................26-27

Colonial Athletic Association About the CAA..............................................................................................................................29-31

The 2013 University of Delaware women’s soccer media guide was designed, written, and edited by Sports Information Assistant Jessica Calderone using Adobe InDesign CS5.5 on MacIntosh computers. Photos courtesy of Mark Campbell. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY / AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER – The University of Delaware is committed to assuring equal opportunity to all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, age, or disability in its educational programs, activities, admissions or employment practices as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Executive Orders 11246 and 11375 and other applicable statutes. Inquiries concerning Title IX, Section 503 and 504 compliance, Executive Order 11246 and information regarding campus accessibility and Title VI should be referred to the Affirmative Action Director, 305 Hullihen Hall, 302-831-2835, 302-831-4552 (TDD).

On the Cover

CAA Opponents............................................................................................................................32-33

2013 Season Opponents...................................................................................................................................35-37 Schedule Breakdown.........................................................................................................................37 Schedule.......................................................................................................................................... 38

Program History All-Time Conference Awards Winners............................................................................................40-41 All-Time Letterwinners...................................................................................................................... 42 All-Time Conference Standings......................................................................................................43-45 Al-Time Series Record....................................................................................................................... 46 All-Time Results............................................................................................................................47-51

Record Book Individual Records........................................................................................................................54-57

Senior Midfielder - Chelsea Duffy Senior Forward - Shannon Kearney Senior Keeper - Jessica Levy Senior Defender - Brittany Bonzano Senior Midfielder - Dianna Marinaro

Team Records...............................................................................................................................58-59

About Delaware President Dr. Patrick Harker..............................................................................................................61 Athletics Director Eric Ziady.............................................................................................................. 62 Athletics Facilities.........................................................................................................................63-64 What’s a Blue Hen?.......................................................................................................................... 65 Notable Blue Hens............................................................................................................................ 66 The University of Delaware................................................................................................................67

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QUICK FACTS General Information

Location.......................................................................... Newark, Delaware 19716 Founded......................................................................................................... 1743 Enrollment.....................................................................................................16,00 Nickname.................................................................................. Fightin’ Blue Hens Official Mascot........................................................................................... YoUDee Colors......................................................................................... Royal Blue & Gold Conference ............................................................... Colonial Athletic Association Affiliation........................................................................................ NCAA Division I President................................................................................. Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Representative..............................................Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler Director of Athletics & Recreation Services................................................Eric Ziady Deputy Director of Athletics & Recreation Services....................... Samantha K. Huge Senior Associate AD/Facilities, Operations and Capital Projects............... Joe Shirley Senior Associate AD/Development............................................................. Tim Ford Associate AD.................................................................. Dr. Susan Groff Costa, Ed.D Associate AD/Financial Strategies and Athlete Performance.............. Augie Maurelli Associate AD/Business Operations......................................................Scott Eatough Associate AD/External Relations.......................................Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate AD/Recreation Services........................................................Jake Olkkola Associate AD/Compliance......................................................................Rick Stumpf Assistant AD/Marketing & Promotions............................................... Kristy Fletcher Assistant AD/Operations.......................................................................Alicia Greco Assistant AD/Ticket Operations...........................................................Trent Bartling Assistant AD/Sports Medicine Physician....................................Dr. Andrew Reisman Assistant AD/Sports Medicine.................................................................John Smith Associate Head Athletic Trainers..............................................................Joan Couch Assistant Athletic Trainers.......Courtney Butterworth (VB), Jon Boone, Kelly Stafford Director of Multimedia........................................................................Jimmy Smith

Coaching Information Head Coach............................................................... Scott Grzenda (Delaware ‘87) Record at Delaware.............................................................213-277 (23 seasons) Career Record.....................................................................213-277 (23 seasons) Email Address................................................................................sag@udel.edu Mailing Address.................................................................. Bob Carpenter Center 631 South College Avenue, Newark, DE 19716 Assistant Head Coach...................................Nitan Soni (Middlesex ‘01), 2nd season Assistant Coach.......................................Bian Sprinkle (Longwood ‘85), 7th season Graduate Assistant Coach....................... Kim Fearnbach (Wesley ’12) 2nd seasnson

Team Information Home Field......................................................................... Delaware Mini-Stadium 2012 Record..............................................................................9-8-1, 6-4 CAA (6th) Postseason...............................................................CAA Tournament Quarterfinals Letterwinners Returning/Lost..........................................................................14/8 Starters Returning/Lost.................................................................................... 4/7 Newcomers.........................................................................................................10 Captains......................................Shannon Kearney, Dianna Marinaro, Allegra Gray Conference Championships........................................2002.2003, 2005, 2011, 2012

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Scott Grzenda

Head Coach 24th Season Delaware ‘87

Scott Grzenda will enter his 24th season as women’s soccer head coach at the University of Delaware in the fall of 2013. The only coach in UD women’s soccer history, he has compiled an impressive career record of 213-177-37 (.542), led his teams to three second place finishes in America East Tournament play in 1994-96, and been named league Coach of the Year three times. His teams have posted 15 winning seasons and posted 10 or more wins 11 times. Entering the 2012 season, Grzenda’s 204 career victories ranke him tied for 40th place on the active coaches’ NCAA Division I women’s soccer career coaching victory list. His current total of 213 ranks him fourth among active Colonial Athletic Association mentors. Grzenda (pronounced “gruh-zenda”) led Delaware to a 10-7-4 record in 2011, when the Blue Hens finished fourth in the CAA standings and advanced to the conference tournament semifinals for the first time since 2005. UD defeated Hofstra, 1-0, in the quarterfinals before dropping a tough 201 decision to eventual champion William & Mary in the semifinals The Hens postsed an overall record of 9-8-1 in 2012 and made a second straight trip to the CAA Tournament with a sixth place finish. The Hens dropped a 1-1 verdict on penalty kicks to host UNCW in the quarterfinal round. The Blue Hens enjoyed one of their finest seasons in 2005 when they posted a record of 10-64, placed third in the Colonial Athletic Association regular season standings, and advanced to the the CAA semifinals before losing to eventual champion Hofstra. Grzenda was named CAA Coach of the Year for his efforts. In 2002, Grzenda led the Blue Hens to a record of 9-9-1 and sixth place finish in the team’s first season in the Colonial Athletic Association. The Hens placed sixth in the regular season and were defeated by No. 3 seed Hofstra in the CAA quarterfinals.

East regular season play with mark of 5-5-1. The team won a first round playoff game before falling to eventual champion Boston University in the semifinals. In 2000, Grzenda led his squad to a record of 11-7-1, including a 4-5 mark in America East play that placed sixth overall. The Hens opened the season with a mark of 6-0-1, including a 2-0 win over Ivy League power Pennsylvania. In 1999, Grzenda led his team to a record of 8-9-1 and a fourth place finish in America East with a mark of 6-3. The Blue Hens fell to eventual national quarterfinalist Hartford in the league semifinals, 3-1. He guided the Blue Hens to an 10-9-1 record and their fourth straight appearance in the America East tournament in 1997. He has led the Blue Hens to the tournament every year but twice. He earned consecutive America East Conference Coach of the Year honors in 1993, when his Blue Hens finished 11-6-1 overall with 10 freshmen on the roster, including six in the starting lineup, and in 1994 when Delaware made an appearance in the inaugural America East championship game and had a school-best 16-21 record. Grzenda was named as the first varsity women’s soccer coach at the University of Delaware in August 1990. In his rookie campaign he led the Hens to an impressive 14-2-1 record. Grzenda, a 1987 graduate of the University of Delaware, was a three-time All-East Coast Conference selection at midfield from 1984-86 and earn regional All-American honors during his playing days for the Blue Hens. He finished his four-year career with 23 goals and seven assists and was the Hens’ leading scorer his senior year in 1986 with eight goals and two assists in leading the team to the ECC championship game. He was a team captain in 1985 and 1986 and still ranks in Delaware’s all-time top 10 lists for goals scored and points. Grzenda began his coaching career at Lynchburg (Va.) College as a graduate assistant coach for the women’s soccer team in 1987 and 1988. In 1989 he served as a graduate assistant coach for the men’s program at Lynchburg. In addition to his duties at Delaware, Grzenda assists with the Olympic Development Program.

In 2003, the Blue Hens posted a record of 10-6-3, placed third in the CAA with a league mark of 5-2-2 (the team’s highest league finish since 1996), and fell to George Mason in the CAA quarterfinals. It marked the eighth time in the last 10 seasons that Grzenda has led his squad to a post-season playoff berth.

Grzenda is a native of Trenton, N.J. He and his wife, Beth, reside in Lewisville, Pa.with their sons, Zachary and Nathan, and daughter, Kaitlyn. Grzenda, who was a soccer and baseball standout at Steinert High School, was inducted into the Steinert Athletics Hall of Fame in April, 2012.

In 2001, Grzenda led the Blue Hens to a record of 11-8-1 and a fourth place finish in America

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SCOTT GRZENDA COACHING FILE Year 1990 1991 1992 1993

Record 14-2-1 7-8-1 5-11-1 11-6-1

Conference Finish 1-3 (4th) 0-4 (5th) 0-3-1 (4th)

1994

16-2-1

3-1 (2nd)

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

11-8 10-9-1 10-9-1 5-12-1 8-9-1 11-7-1 11-8-1

4-2 (2nd) 4-3 (3rd) 4-3 (3rd) 4-5 (5th) 6-3 (4th) 4-5 (6th) 5-5-1 (4th)

2002

9-9-1

4-4-1 (6th)

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Totals (23 years)

10-6-3 9-6-3 10-6-4 8-8-3 8-10 7-10-1 6-6-5 8-10-1 10-7-4 9-8-1 213-177-37 (.542)

5-2-2 (3rd) 4-4-1 (7th) 7-3-1 (3rd) 3-7-1 (9th) 4-7 (8th) 4-7 (T-8th) 3-4-4 (7th) 4-6-1 (T-7th) 5-3-3 (4th) 6-4 (6th) 82-82-13 (.500)

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Highlights 1st Varisty Season America East Coach of the Year America East Runner-up America East Coach of the Year America East Runner-up America East Runner-up America East Semifinalists America East Semifinalists America East Semifinalists Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals CAA Quarterfinals CAA Semifinals CAA Semifinals CAA Quarterfinals -

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Nitan Soni

Assistant Coach 2nd Season Middlesex ‘01

at Rutgers University in 2004-05 before moving on to Wesley where he served as an assistant for the women’s team in 2005, leading the Wolverines to the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference championship game. He was the assistant men’s soccer coach at Wesley in 2005-07 where he led the 2006 team to a record of 14-5-1 and its first ever top five regional ranking. The team ranked in the top 10 among all NCAA Division III schools in scoring defense. He then moved on to serve as assistant men’s soccer coach at Temple during the 2007 season before arriving at Delaware State where he posted a four-year mark of 7-58-5 with a new program before stepping down following the 2011 campaign.

Nitan Soni (pronounced “nee-tan so-nee”), a veteran of eights seasons of coaching at the collegiate level, was named the new assistant coach for the University of Delaware women’s soccer program in August, 2012. He will begin his second season as head coach Scott Grzenda’s top assistant in 2013. During his first season on the staff, he helped guide the Blue Hens to a winning record of 9-8-1 and a berth in the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament quarterfinals. Soni, who served the previous four seasons as head coach of Delaware State, also had previous coaching stints at Wesley College in Dover, Del. and Temple University since 2005. His primary role at UD is working with the defensive players and assisting in overall program administration, compliance, and recruiting. “We are extremely happy to have Nitan join us as a coach at the University of Delaware,” said Grzenda in making the announcement. “He brings a wealth of soccer knowledge and an energy that will compliment an already dynamic coaching staff. His experiences at DSU, Temple, and Rutgers as well as his club participation make him a valuable resource for everyone involved in the program.”

In addition to coaching at the college level, Soni also served two tenures as a head coach for Delaware’s Youth Olympic Development Program and worked with youth as a professional coach and trainer for the Central Delaware Soccer Association. During his tenure, the association’s top team earned its highest ever regional and national ranking and defeated two top 10 nationally ranked teams in 2005.  He also serves as director of coaching for the Smyrna Claytons Soccer Club and is a USSF ‘C” licensed coach. As a player at Middlesex University in London, England, Soni helped lead the team to two league championships (1999 and 2000) and the South Division Cup in 2000. While at Halesowen College (England 16-18), he was a member of a league (1997) and cup championship team (1998). He also competed for several of England’s top amateur clubs and from 2003-04 was a midfielder for Kappa USA Real Wyckoff in the semi-pro Garden State League in New Jersey.

Soni earned a joint bachelor’s degree in Honor’s Media and Cultural Studies & Information Technology from Middlesex University in 2001 and a Master of Arts in Teaching (specialty in math) from Wesley College in 2007. He most recently finished his MBA from Delaware State in the spring of 2011. Soni and his wife, Amy, have two daughters, Kaitlyn and Ella, and reside in Clayton, Del.

“I am thrilled to join the Blue Hen athletic department and the coaching staff of the women’s soccer team,” said Soni. “The expected standard of excellence is obvious throughout the school and the athletic department. I look forward to the opportunity to help promote and preserve that standard with our players. This is an exciting time for the women’s soccer program and I am thankful to be a part of it.” Soni began his career as an assistant coach and director of men’s soccer operations

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Brian Sprinkle

Kim Fernbach

Assistant Coach 7th Season Longwood ‘85

Brian Sprinkle joined the Blue Hen women’s soccer staff as an assistant coach in October, 2007. He will begin his seventh season with the UD staff in 2013, serving as the team’s goalkeeper coach. A native of Montgomery County, Md., Sprinkle was a standout player at Longwood College (Va.), earning all-conference honors three consecutive years from 1982-84. He earned his degree from Longwood in 1985. He began his coaching career as an assistant on the Longwood staff in 1985. Sprinkle has been a part of the Olympic Development and club programs in Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware. In addition, he is a member of the ODP Region 1 staff. Sprinkle resides in Landenberg, Pa. with his wife, Lynne, and their three children.

Graduate Assistant Coach 2nd Season Wesley College ‘11

Kim Fearnbach, a former standout player at NCAA Division III Wesley College in Dover, Del., begins her second season on the University of Delaware women’s soccer staff as a graduate assistant coach in 2013. A native of Pennington, N.J., Fearnbach earned her degree in physical education with a minor in psychology and coaching from Wesley in 2012 and is currently enrolled in graduate school at Delaware. She was a fouryear standout at Wesley, playing goalkeeper as a freshman in 2008 and forward her final three seasons. She served as team captain as a senior in 2011 when she was the second leading scorer in the league and was named the team Most Valuable Player. She finished her career ranked in the Top 10 at Wesley for goals and points. She was also a Dean’s List student and was selected to the CAC All-Academic Team. Prior to Wesley, she attended Hopewell Valley Central High School where she was an all-conference and all-area selection. Fearnbach is a USSF National D License coaching and previously served coaching stints at St. Elizabeth’s High School in Wilmington, Del. in 2009-10, with the Delaware Olympic Development Program in 2010-12, the New Jersey Olympic Development Program in 2012, the Concord Soccer Association Under 12 team since 2012, and at the No. 1 Soccer Camps since 2010.

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2013 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S SOCCER

#0 - Kelsey O’Donnell So. / Goalkeeper

#1 - Jess Levy Sr. / Goalkeeper

#3 - Carolyn Seltzer Fr. / Defense

#4 - Andrea Arnold Sr. / Midfield

#5 - Michelle McEnroe Fr. / Defense

#6 - Ari Fryer Fr. / Defense

#7 - Shannon Kearney Sr. / Forward

#8 - Alison Slark So. / Midfield

#9 - Mikala Kin Fr. / Midfield

#10 - Nikki Adams Fr. / Midfield

#11 - Natalie Zelenky Fr. / Forward

#12 - Rachel Vaccaro Jr. / Forward

#13 - Madison Brosler Fr. / Forward

#14 - Allegra Gray Jr. / Midfield

#18 - Elise Krause So. / Midfield/Defense

#26 - Mary Aleixo Fr. / Midfield

#15 - Chelsea Duffy Sr. / Midfield

#22 - Gina DiTaranto So. / Midfield

#28 - Emily Market So. / F/M/D

#16 - Dianna Marinaro Sr. / Midfield

#17 - Brittany Bonzano Sr. / Defense

#23 - Jess Figueroa Jr. / Goalkeeper

#25 - Kailyn Rekos Fr. / Goalkeeper

#33 - Kelly Stumper So. / Defense

#55 - Maddy Parker So. / Defense

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MISCELLANEOUS ROSTER NOTES Blue Hens By Class Seniors (5) Brittany Bonzano Chelsea Duffy Shannon Kearney Jessica Levy Dianna Marinaro Juniors (5) Andrea Arnold Kimberly Dahl Jess Figueroa Allegra Gray Rachel Vaccaro

Blue Hens By State Delaware (2) Maria Aleixo Kelsey O’Donnell Pennsylvania (8) Gina DiTaranto Allegra Gray Mikala Kin Elise Krause Jessica Levy Emily Market Madeline Parker Natalie Zelenky New Jersey (6) Nikki Adams Kimberly Dahl Chelsea Duffy Jess Figueroa Michelle McEnroe Rachel Vaccaro

New York (4) Andrea Arnold Shannon Kearney Dianna Marinaro Kelly Stumper Maryland (2) Ari Fryer Alison Slark Massachusetts (2) Madison Brosler Kailyn Rekos Virginia (2) Brittany Bonzano Carolyn Seltzer

Sophomores (7) Gina DiTaranto Elise Krause Emily Market Madeline Parker Kelsey O’Donnell Alison Slark Kelly Stumper Freshman (9) Nikki Adams Maria Aleixo Madison Brosler Clara Fryer Mikala Kin Michelle McEnroe Kailyn Rekos Carolyn Seltzer Natalie Zelenky

Blue Hens By Positiom Forward (4) Madison Brosler Shannon Kearney Rachel Vaccaro Natalie Zelenky Midfield (11) Nikki Adams Mary Aleixo Andrea Arnold Gina DiTaranto Chelsea Duffy Allegra Gray Mikala Kin Elise Krause Dianna Marinaro Emily Market Alison Slark

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Defense (6) Brittany Bonzano Ari Fryer Michelle McEnroe Maddy Parker Carolyn Seltzer Kelly Stumper Keeper (4) Jess Figueroa Jessica Levy Kelsey O’Donnell Kailyn Rekos

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2013 UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S SOCCER

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Kelsey O’Donnell Jessica Levy Carolyn Seltzer Andrea Arnold Michelle McEnroe Ari Fryer Shannon Kearney Alison Slark Mikala Kin Nikki Adams Natalie Zelenky Rachel Vaccaro Madison Brosler Allegra Gray Chelsea Duffy Dianna Marinaro Brittany Bonzano Elise Krause Gina DiTaranto Jess Figueroa Kailyn Rekos Mary Aleixo Kelly Stumper Maddy Parker

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

GK GK D M D D F M M M F F F M M M D M/D M GK GK M D D

5-6 5-6 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-6 5-6 5-5 5-7 5-7 5-8 5-3 5-6 5-10 5-3 5-5 5-7 5-7 5-3 5-5 5-9 5-4 5-6 5-8

Wilmington, Del./Tower Hill Holland, Pa./Council Rock South Centreville, Va./Westfield Massapequa, N.Y./Massapequa Hillsborough, N.J./Hillsborough Charleston, S.C./Academy of the Holy Cross New Hyde Park, N.Y./New Hyde Park Kensington, Md./St. John’s York, Pa./York Suburban Pittsgrove, N.J./Arthur P. Schalick Chambersburg, Pa./Mechanicsburg Area Bloomingdale, N.J./Butler St. Mills, Mass./Millis Public West Chester, Pa./Unionville Glassboro, N.J./Gloucester Catholic Wading River, N.Y./South Florida Centreville, Va./Westfield Mechanicsburg Pa./Cumberland Valley Wallingford, Pa./Strath-Haven Linwood, N.J./Mainland Regional Lowell, Mass./Groton-Dunstable Regional Wilmington, Del./Ursuline Academy St. James, N.Y./Smithtown East Eagleville, Pa./Methacton

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Kelsey ‘Donnell Sophomore • 5-6 Goalkeeper

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Wilmington, Del. • Tower Hill At Delaware: Second-year team member • will add depth and support to the Blue Hen goalkeeping unit. 2012 Season: Did not see action for the Blue Hens • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda. High School: Three-year starter at the Tower School for head coach Gerry Chandler • attended A.I. duPont High School and played goalkeeper as a freshman • 2012 first team All-State selection • member of 2010 Delaware High School Girl’s Soccer State Championship team • three-time first-team all-conference selection • two-time second-team All-State selection • earned a letter in basketball in 2011-12 playing for coach and former UD basketball player Amanda Blackstone • honor roll student • member of her high school marching band at A.I. duPont. Personal: Kelsey Lauren O’Donnell • daughter of Kevin and Mary O’Donnell • born Oct. 8, 1993 • exercise science major at Delaware • would like to pursue a career in dentistry • has an older brother, Tyler • began playing soccer at the age of seven. • cousins Darin Henry and John Henry both attended Delaware.

2010 Season: Played and started in three contests as a freshman • made 22 saves in her rookie campaign • made 10 saves on two occasions, vs. Northeastern (Oct. 1) and vs. Old Dominion (Oct. 8) • saw action in 273 minute and finished season with .759 save percentage • team went 8-10-1. High School: Four-year goalkeeper and two-year starter for head coach Time Keddie at Council Rock South HS • led team to a 36-2 record as a starter • team was Suburban One League champions in 2010 and advanced to PIAA AAA state semifinals • first team All-Suburban One League National and All-Bucks County in 2009 • 2010 first team All-Suburban One League National, Suburban One Dream Team, and Brian Eastburn Award in 2010 • National Honor Society student • honor roll student • also played volleyball. Personal: Jessica Michelle “Jess” Levy (“lee-vee”) • daughter of Stewart and Jody Levy • born Aug. 27, 1992 • majoring in exercise science with a minor in strength & conditioning at Delaware • has career aspirations of becoming a physical therapist • has an older sister, Lindsay • has worked at MVP Sports Training & Fitness as an intern during the summer • volunteer at a clinic for low income patients this past summer • world traveler who has visited 10 different countries. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Min. GA (Avg.) 2012 16/15 1352:06 16 (1.07) 2011 1/0 45:00 0 (0.00) 2010 3/3 273:21 7 (2.30) Totals 20/18 1670:27 23 (1.24)

Shutouts 5 0 0 5

Carolyn Seltzer

Jessica Levy Senior • 5-6 Goalkeeper

Saves (Pct.) Record 49 (.754) 7-7-1 3 (1.000) 0-0-0 22 (.759) 1-2-0 74 (.763) 8-9-1

Freshman• 5-7 Defense

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Centreville, Va./Westfield

Holland, Pa. • Council Rock South

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At Delaware: First-year team member • looks to add solid support to the Blue Hen defense. At Delaware: Four-year team member • one of the most experienced goalkeepers in the Colonial Athletic Association • enters senior season having played in 20 games and recorded a 74 saves and five shutouts • enjoyed a memorable summer as she represented the U.S. in the Maccabiah Games in Israel and led team to gold medal. 2012 Season: Saw action in 16 games for the Blue Hens, starting on 15 occasions • allowed just 16 goals facing 141 shots • registered 49 saves (1.07 goals against average) • recorded a .754 save percentage • tallied seven shutouts • earned a 5-4-0 record in CAA play allowing 10 goals in 9 games • Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the CAA Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda.

High School: Four-year starter for head coach Kristi Williams at Westfield High School • also participated in basketball • named to first team all-district team all four years • earned second team all-region honors in 2011 • named to first team all-region and All-Met and second team All-Met in senior season • played club for FC Virginia Hotspur and was the team captain • member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Carolyn Anna Seltzer • daughter of Jim and Krista Seltzer • born Feb. 10, 1995 • has one sister, Molly, and one brother, Gavin • elementary education major at Delaware • lists the Washington Redskins (NFL), Washington Capitals (NHL), and Washington Nationals (MLB) as her favorite professional sports teams • enjoys baking, going to the beach, and spending time with family and friends in her spare time.

2011 Season: Appeared in one game as a sophomore backup • saw 45 minutes of action vs. Penn on Sept. 4 and recorded three saves • team went 107-4 and advanced to CAA Tournament semifinals.

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Michelle McEnroe

Andrea Arnold Junior• 5-4 Midfield

Freshman• 5-8 Forward

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Hillsborough, N.J./Hillsborough

Massapequa, N.Y./Massapequa At Delaware: Fourth-year player • will continue to fight for playing time in the midfield • has played in 34 career games and registered two assists. 2012 Season: Saw action in 15 games for the Blue Hens, starting seven times • contributed 15 shots, five on net • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the Colonial Athletic Association quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda. 2011 Season: Did not see action for the Blue Hens and retained sophomore eligibility • team went 10-7-4 and advanced to CAA Tournament. 2010 Season: Played in all 19 games, making four starts as a freshman • recorded two assists, both of which came on game-winners • assisted on Ilyssa Friedman’s first goal vs. Delaware State (Aug. 22) and Ali Miller’s winner at Cornell (Sept. 3) • took a career-high three shots in two games, at Delaware State and at VCU (Oct. 15) • recorded 12 shots, putting seven on goal, including all three attempts at Delaware State • team went 8-10-1 and won its final three games. High School: Four-year starter for head coach Bruce Stegner at Massapequa High School • helped lead team to seventh consecutive Nassau County championships • team went 14-3-1 as a senior • named all-county and All-State in 2009 • named to All-State team twice and to All-Long Island team and was the Nassau County Player of the Year • also a three-time letterwinner in basketball • named to All-Class team as a senior • awarded Most Athletic Female for Massapequa HS • received the Margaret C. Callahan Leadership Award • honor roll student. Personal: Andrea Leigh “Andie” Arnold • daughter of William and Barbara Arnold • born Feb. 9, 1992 • health behavior science major witha minor in business at Delaware • father was an All-American lacrosse player at Massachusetts • worked as a lifeguard at Tobay Beach over the summer • has an older brother, Alex • lists father as her biggest influence • has always looked up to him and his dedication and pushes her to be the best she can. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP/S Goals Assists 2012 15/7 0 0 2011 DNP 2010 19/4 0 2 Totals 34/11 0 2

Points 0 2 2

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At Delaware: First-year player for Delaware • will add depth to the Blue Hens defensive unit. High School: Four-year starter for head coach LeeAnn Best at Hillsborough High School • received first-team all-conference honors • named to the list of Top 20 players in the Central Region in 2012 • selected to the NJGSCA team (2009-12). Personal: Michelle Clare McEnroe • daughter of Rich and Clare McEnroe • born Nov. 22, 1994 • has three siblings, Vincent (22), Melissa (21), and Brian (16) • enjoys playing basketball in her free time • brother, Vincent played soccer at NCAA Division I College of New Jersey • uncle attended the University of Delaware.

Ari Fryer Freshman• 5-6 Defense

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Charleston, S.C./Academy of the Holy Cross

At Delaware: First-year member with the Blue Hens • will add solid support to the Delaware defensive unit. High School: Four-year player for head coach Nelson Abreu at the Academy of the Holy Cross • named All-Met (DC, Maryland, Virginia) first team and All-Gazette first team • earned first team All-WCAC honors during junior and senior seasons • named second team All-WCAC during sophomore campaign • played club for the Bethesda Freedom • honor roll student. Personal: Clara Olivia “Ari” Fryer • daughter of Lawrence and Cheryl Fryer • born Sept. 16, 1995 • business major at Delaware • has one older brother, Lawrence • enjoys playing basketball and spending time with family and friends • lists the Washington Redskins (NFL) has her favorite football team.

Shannon Kearney Junior• 5-6 Forward

Shots 15

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to the CAA Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda. 2011 Season: Appeared in 19 games and started five as a sophomore • team went 107-4 and advanced to CAA semifinals • recorded game-winning and only goal of the season in 4-1 victory over Siena on Sept. 9 • had two assists on the season and finished season with four points • took 16 shots with nine on goal. 2010 Season: Played in 19 games including 18 starts as a freshman • team went 8-10-1 • second on team with 12 points (5g, 2a) • selected to CAA AllRookie Team • scored game-winners in overtime vs. Binghamton in second career game (Sept. 5) and at Drexel (Oct. 30) • took 18 shots with eight on goal, scoring on 62.5 percent of her shots on goal • recorded two goals in first career game vs. Delaware State (Oct. 22) • named CAA Rookie of the Week (Sept. 6). High School: Three year starter under head coach Phil Cascella • earned New York Section 8 all-class honors in 2008 • earned N.Y. Section 8 all-county honors in 2009 • named to the All-Long Island and All-State teams in 2009 • helped lead club team Albertson Fury ‘91 to two State Cup Championships in 2009-10 • started on the Olympic Development Program (ODP) squad from 2007 until 2009 • also played lacrosse, starting all four years • class officer • honor roll student.

ers, Colin, and two sisters, Jessica and Samantha • began playing soccer at the age of seven • father is a physician and mother is a company vice-president • mother is a graduate of Delaware rival Towson • cousin, Jennifer Wenning, was a swimmer at Delaware.

Mikala Kin Freshman• 5-7 Midfield York, Pa./York Suburban At Delaware: First-year team member at Delaware • will contribute solid support in the midfield. High School: Competed for head coach Tom Shugars at York Suburban High School • named York/Adams County Player of the Year • Pennsylvania All-State team selection • all-time leading scorer and assists leader in York Suburban history • played club for Hershey Attack (2012 State Champions) • honor roll student. Personal: Mikala Madison Kin • daughter of Ronald and Stephanie Kin • born April 28, 1995 • has one younger sibling, Anderi • enjoys playing soccer and spending time with her friends in her free time • lists the Chicago Bulls (NBA) and FC Barcelona as her favorite professional sports teams • uncle, David, attended University of Delaware • grandfather was an All-American soccer player at Penn State.

Nikki Adams

Personal: Shannon Anne Kearney (“car-nee”) • daughter of Cyril and Colleen Kearney • born July 20, 1992 • health behavior science major with minor in public health and nutrition at Delaware • has a younger sister, Caitlyn, and a younger brother, Connor • inspired by Michael Jordan and his quotes, stating that they make her want to be better and work harder • worked as an office assistant over the summer • likes to travel. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists 2012 19/18 5 2 2011 19/5 1 2 2010 19/18 5 2 Totals 56/31 7 5

Points 12 4 12 19

Shots 18 16 18 45

Freshman• 5-7 Midfield

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Pittsgrove, N.J./Arthur P. Schalick At Delaware: First-year player • will add depth to the Blue Hen midfield.

Allison Slark Sophomore• 5-5 Midfield

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Kensington, Md./St. John’s

High School: Played for Christine Roshcke and Dana Logandro at Arthur P. Cyclic High School • named Rookie of the Year her freshman season • first team All-State and all-conference selection • named Sunbeam Player of the Year and Salem County Player of the Year • soccer team and basketball team MVP • played club for Penn Fusion. Personal: Nikki Michele Adams • daughter of Eric and Michele Adams • born Aug. 9, 1994 • elementary education major at Delaware • has an older brother, Deric • lists the Chicago Bulls (NBA) and the Philadelphia Phillies (MLB) as her favorite professional sports teams • enjoys baking and going to the beach • honor roll student.

At Delaware: Second-year team member • will add solid support at the midfield position. 2012 Season: Appeared in two games for the Blue Hens • saw first collegiate action Sept. 9 at Delaware State • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda. High School: Four-year letterwinner at the St. John’s College High School • led team to two WCAC titles • 2011 All-WCAC second team selection • three-time All-WCAC honorable mention pick. Personal: Alison Louise Slark • daughter of Chris and Louise Slark • born Dec. 5, 1993 • has not declared a major at Delaware • career goal is to become a lawyer • has two broth-

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Natalie Zelenky Freshman• 5-8 Forward

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Chambersburg, Pa./Mechanicsburg Area

when she was five years old • lists twin brother Anthony as biggest influence in soccer for helping her with tricks and skills and motivating her to keep her touch on the ball. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP/S Goals Assists 2012 4/0 0 0 2011 6/0 0 0 Totals 10/0 0 0

Points 0 0 0

Shots 2 2 4

Madison Brosler At Delaware: First-year player • will add depth to the Blue Hen forward line. High School: Four-year member of Mechanicsburg Area High School team • led team to an overall 67-26 record in four years • won two Mid-Penn Keystone Division Championships • received All-State honors as well as Regional All-American honors • named the 2012 MidPenn Player of the Year • selected as an Mid-Penn All-Star (2009-12) • received ESPN Rise All-State honors in 2011 • member of the National Honor Society • played club for Hershey Attack (2012 State Champions). Personal: Natalie Anne “Nat” Zelenky • daughter of John and Kirsten Zelenky • born May 17, 1995 • has two sisters, Alie (22) and Jodie (20) • exercise science major at Delaware • inspires to become a pediatric physical therapist • enjoys playing with her dog during her free time.

Rachel Vaccaro Sophomore• 5-3 Forward

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Bloomingale, N.J./Butler

Freshman• 5-6 Forward

St. Millis, Mass./Millis Public At Delaware: First-year player with the Blue Hens • will look to add depth at the forward position. High School: Four-year starter for Dennis Culter and Andy Zitoli at Millis Public High School • named to all-league team and the Boston Globe All-Star team in 2008 • won the 2009 Massachusetts state soccer championship • selected as a TVL All-Star in 2009 and 2010 • three-year member of the Massachusetts ODP Team • participated in peer leaders and yearbook • earned the 2013 Stanley Z. Koplik Certificate of Mastery Award • received the President’s Gold Award for Academic Excellence (minimum 3.75 GPA) in 2013 • awarded academic excellence for college Spanish in 2011• placed seventh at the ECNL National Championships with the Stars of Massachusetts. Personal: Madison Tara Leigh “Maddie” Brosler • daughter of Eric and Denise Brosler • born on March 9, 1995 • has one older brother, Alexander • enjoys horseback riding and snowboarding • lists the Boston Red Sox (MLB), Bruins (NHL), Patriots (NFL) and Celtics (NBA) as her favorite professional sports teams.

Allegra Gray

At Delaware: Third-year team member • will add solid support to both midfield and forward positions • has played in 10 career games with four shots.

Junior• 5-10 Midfield

2012 Season: Saw action in four contests for the Blue Hens • contributed two shots, one on goal • Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the CAA Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda. 2011 Season: Appeared in six contests for the Blue Hens as a freshman • recorded two shots, including one shot on goal against Stony Brook on Sept. 26 • named to CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll • team went 10-7-4 and advanced to CAA Tournament semifinals. High School: Four-year starter and letterwinner at Butler High School • played for Erin Morgese and Joe Duchensky • named first team All-Northern Hills Conference and third team All-Morris County in 2008 • earned first team All-Northern Hills Conference plaudits while also earning second team All-Morris County and first team All-Academic honors in 2009 • capped senior year with first team All-Northern Hills Conference honors, second team All-Morris County, first team All-Academic, and first team All Group 1 plaudits • also a standout track athlete, helping her school bring in multiple county, conference, and meet championships both indoors and outdoors • landed on the honor roll every marking period from 2007-11 • named to Principal’s Honor Roll second semester of 2009 • member of the Foreign Language Honor Society and National Honor Society. Personal: Rachel Ann Vaccaro (“vuh-car-o”) • daughter of Egidio and Ann Vaccaro • born Apr. 29, 1993 • honor student as an athletic training major at Delaware • would like to become a physical therapist • has a twin brother, Anthony, and an older sister Christine • aunt Susan Small (Appelbaum) played softball at the University of Missouri Rolla, aunt Emily Rhoad (Appelbaum) played volleyball at Central Missouri State University and cousin Drew Appelbaum ran cross country and track at Case Western University • began playing soccer

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West Chester, Pa./Unionville Captain

At Delaware: Team captain • third-year member of the squad • will continue to add support to the Blue Hen midfield • named to Colonial Athletic Association pre-season all-star team • has played in 30 career games. 2012 Season: Started in 17 of Delaware’s 18 contests • registered eight shots • earned first team All-Colonial Athletic Association honors • Capital One/CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican nominee • CAA Academic Honor Roll • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the CAA Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda. 2011 Season: Played in 13 games and started nine • team went 10-7-4 and advanced to CAA Tournament semifinals • recorded six shots and two shots on goal against William & Mary on Oct, 9 • broke nose in 18 places and lost a front tooth in early season game and missed six contests • named to CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll. High School: Four-year starter at Unionville High School • played for Joe Ratsiewicz • helped lead the team to four Ches-Mont league titles • was a team captain her junior and senior seasons • named first-team All-Ches-Mont her final three seasons and was an honorable mention all-area selection those seasons as well • also a two-year letterwinner in track and field • set school record in the 300m hurdles, was a district qualifier, and all-area

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second team • member of the National Honor Society • graduated in the top five percent of her class • earned distinguished honors and was a member of the Spanish Honor Society. Personal: Allegra Kathryn Gray • daughter of Ed and Francine Paluch • born Jan. 26, 1993 • honor student as a statistics major with a minor in economics at Delaware • worked as Honors Program orientation assistant during the summer • has one older brother • began playing soccer at the age of five • also enjoys swimming and playing tennis • mother was her biggest influence and dedicated all her time to driving her to games and practice and supporting her • chose Delaware for its beautiful campus and excellent academic reputation. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists 2012 17/17 0 0 2011 13/9 0 0 Totals 30/26 0 0

Points 0 0 0

Shots 6 6 12

Chelsea Duffy Senior• 5-3 Midfield

2010 Season: Saw time in 17 of Delaware’s 19 games as a freshman • started the final seven games of the season • book-ended season with assists at Delaware State (Aug. 22) and Drexel (Oct. 30) • had game-winning assist at Drexel • took seven shots, including a season-high three vs. Towson (Oct. 24) and Drexel • put five of her shots on goal • team went 8-10-1. High School: Four-year starter of under head coach Kate Ormsby at Gloucester Catholic • helped lead team to a 39-3-2 record over last two seasons • won the Non-Public New Jersey State Championship in 2007 and 2009 • voted 2008 South Jersey Midfielder of the Year • three time Tri-County and All South Jersey Coach’s Association first team selection • named to the New Jersey Girls Soccer Coaches Association All-State team in 2008 and 2009 • Philadelphia Inquirer, Courier Post, and Gloucester County Times “Player of the Year” • played center defense on the Pennsylvania State Cup champions FC Delco in 2010 • center midfielder for TBAA Renegades Club and led team to New Jersey State Cup championships in 2004 and 2006 • honor roll student. Personal: Chelsea Lynn Duffy • daughter of Kevin and Roseanne Duffy • born June 4, 1992 • brother, Kevin, played one season of soccer at the University of Scranton • human services major at Delaware • began playing soccer at the age of five in the micro-mini recreational league in her hometown • worked as a waitress during the summer • enjoys going to the beach in her free time. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP/S Goals Assists 2012 18/18 2 1 2011 21/20 4 3 2010 17/7 0 2 Totals 56/45 6 6

Senior• 5-5 Midfield

Glassboro, N.J./Gloucester Catholic

2012 Season: Earned second team All-CAA honors • one of four Blue Hens to start in all 18 games • ranked third on the team in scoring with five points on two goals and one assist • scored game-winning goal against CAA opponent William & Mary on Oct. 12 • contributed 35 shots • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the CAA Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda. 2011 Season: Appeared in all 21 games while making 20 starts as a sophomore • named third team All-CAA • tallied four goals • scored in a 4-1 win over Siena (Sept. 9), a 2-1 win at Army (Sept. 18), a 3-0 win at Northeastern (Sept. 29), and 3-2 win over Hofstra (Oct. 2) • also had three assists and 11 points • had gamewinning assist at Army • took 19 shots • PhillySoccerNews.com Soccer Savings Player of the Week (Sept. 19) • team went 10-7-4 and advanced to CAA Tournament semifinals.

Shots 35 19 7 61

Dianna Marinaro

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At Delaware: Fourth-year starter in the Blue Hen lineup • will play both midfield and defense positions • has played in 56 career games with 45 starts • two-time All-Colonial Athletic Association selection • named to 2013 CAA pre-season all-star team.

Points 5 11 2 18

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Wading River, N.Y./South Florida Captain At Delaware: Team captain as a senior • fourth-season at Delaware after transferring from University of South Florida • will be an impact starter again for the midfield and defensive units • has played in 59 games with 58 starts in her career and contributed a goal and six assists. 2012 Season: One of four Blue Hens to start in every contest • recorded first collegiate goal on Sept. 14 against Saint Joseph’s • contributed 25 shots including four on goal • named to Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda. 2011 Season: Started all 21 contests as a sophomore • ranked second on the team with five assists, including the game-winning assist against UNC Wilmington on Oct. 28 • dished out two helpers vs. UNCW • took 25 shots on the season, including 11 on goal • team went 10-7-4 and advanced to CAA Tournament semifinals. 2010 Season: Played in all 19 games in her first season with the Blue Hens • made 18 starts • team went 8-10-1 • recorded game-winning assist in 1-0 win at Binghamton (Sept. 5) • posted six shots with two on goal • was on the field for all five shutouts. At South Florida: Did not see game action while the Bulls went 9-8-3 overall, 5-4-2 in the Big East in 2009 • team advanced to first round of the Big East Tournament. High School: Five-year starter under head coach Andrew Moschetti at Shoreham Wading River High School • ranked No. 92 by Top Drawer Soccer among female soccer players in

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the country for 2008 and 2009 • helped teams win three league championships in 2005-07 • scored 74 career goals while adding 40 assists • team captain in 2007-08 • named all-league each year • named all-county in 2005-08 • Section XI Most Valuable Player in 2005 • League VI Player of the Year in 2006 and 2008 • three-time first team All-State in 2006-08 • played club soccer for Albertson Fury 90 coached by Paul Riley • helped lead Fury to four consecutive New York State Cup championships • helped team to No. 3 national club ranking in 2008 and 2009 • selected into Olympic Development Program in grades seven through 12 • participated in Thanksgiving Inter-regional event in Coral Springs Florida 2006-07, in Christmas Inter-regional event in Jackson, Miss. in 2008, and in Adidas ESP soccer camp in Pomona, Calif. in 2007 • played for Under-16 Regional team at the Rotterdam Invitational in Holland in 2007 • played both center midfield and outside back against Scotland, Russia, Holland, and England where she scored her first international goal • played for Under-19 USA Olympic Reserve Team at Kuban Spring in Krymsk, Russia in 2008 • started all five games, helping USA win bronze medal • played in international competition against teams from Russia, Poland, and Ukraine • All-Academic League selection in 2008 • honor roll student • National Honor Society.

• led team to 10-7-4 record and CAA Tournament semifinal berth for Grzenda • had only point of the season with an assist in 4-1 victory over Siena on Sept. 9 • took one shot vs. Stony Brook on Aug. 26.

Personal: Dianna “Di” Marie Marinaro (“mar-in-are-oh”) • daughter of John and Jill Marinaro • born May 10, 1991 • honor student as a health and physical education major at Delaware • father is a Battalion Chief with the New York City Fire Department • older sister, Julianne, played soccer at Iona College from 2005-2009 • worked as a camp counselor and at a fruit stand during the summer • studied abroad in Australia with former teammate Taylor Thompson in January, 2012.

Personal: Brittany Mary Bonzano (“bon-zahno”) • daughter of Jim and Kathy Bonzano • born Dec. 27, 1991 • health behavior science major at Delaware with a minor in public health • has three younger siblings, Nicole, Dominic and Natalie • works as a nanny during the summer • father is a Fire Battalion Chief • lists Alexander Ovechkin (NHL Washington Capitals) as biggest influence in athletic career for his determination to win and abilities as a team leader.

Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP/S Goals Assists 2012 18/18 1 0 2011 21/21 0 5 2010 19/18 0 1 Totals 58/57 1 6

Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP/S Goals Assists 2012 16/15 0 0 2011 21/17 0 1 2010 9/4 1 0 Totals 46/36 1 1

Points 2 5 1 8

Shots 25 25 6 56

2010 Season: Saw action in nine games as a freshman • started in four of the last five games • took one shot in four games, with one on goal • made first career start vs. VCU (Oct. 15) • team outscored opponents 1610 in games she played • team went 8-10-1. High School: Four-year letter winner under head coaches Chris Godart and Kristi Williams at Westfield High • two-year captain at the midfield and forward position • helped team to a 125-2 overall record and a Northern Region semifinal appearance in 2010 • named to the first team All-District team in 2009 and 2010 • placed on the all-region second team in 2009 and 2010 • Washington Post Honorable Mention All Metropolitan, 2009 • Washington Post first tem All-Metropolitan, 2010 • Virginia State Cup winner while playing for Vista Fury from 2000-2009 • moved to Loudoun Soccer club in 2009, Virginia State Cup Finalist • honor roll student • wrote for the high school newspaper, Bulldog Newspaper.

Brittany Bonzano Senior• 5-7 Defense

Points 0 1 1 2

Shots 1 0 1 2

Elise Krause Sophomore• 5-7 Midfield/Defense

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Centreville, Va./Westfield

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Mechanicsburg, Pa./Cumberland Valley

At Delaware: Third-year letterwinner • expected to contribute again on both sides of the ball • has played in 46 career games with 36 starts at Delaware.

At Delaware: Second-year player for the Blue Hens • will continue to contribute solid support to the midfield and defense positions.

2012 Season: Started in 15 of the 16 games she saw action • dished out one assist on the season against Colonial Athletic Association foe Georgia State • registered one shot on goal • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the CAA quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda.

2012 Season: Appeared in 12 games for the Blue Hens, starting three times • contributed two shots • earned first collegiate start on Sept. 9 at Delaware State • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda.

2011 Season: Appeared in all 21 games while starting 17 on defense as a sophomore

High School: Four-year starter at Cumberland Valley High School for head coach Seth

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Lehman • team won back-to-back PIAA state title in 2011 and 2012 • selected to the PSCA-Brine All-State team in 2012 • received NSCAA All-Region accolades in 2012 • named first team All-State and was the Mid-Penn Conference Player of the Year as a senior when she scored a team-high 23 goals and eight assists • Pennsylvania Gatorade Player of the Year nominee • selected to 2012 Big 11 and Patriot News first teams • 2011 Mid-Penn first team selection • Carlisle Sentinel, Big 11 Team and Patriots News first team selections • 2010 Mid-Penn second team All-Star • 2009 Mid-Penn honorable mention selection • honor roll student, member of the Key Club, and Eagle Buddies.

• enjoyed an outstanding senior season when she earned NSCAA regional All-American and All-State honors and was named Central League Player of the Year after scoring 15 goals • team captain as a a senior • two-time All-Southeastern Pennsylvania selection • four-time All-Central League and All-Delaware County selection • club team, the FC Pennsylvania Strikers, won four state titles, one regional title, and captured the Under-18 Youth Nationals this past summer • member of the Pennsylvania Olympic Development Program in 2005-10 • honor roll student • earned Danny Murtaugh Award as the most courageous athlete in Delaware County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Athletic Hall of Fame in 2012. Personal: Gina Marie DiTaranto (“dee-toronto”) • daughter of Jim and Brenda DiTaranto • born Apr. 2, 1994 • exercise science major a Delaware • would like to become a physician’s assistant • youngest of three children • brother, Mike, played soccer at Lehigh University • father is an engineer and mother is a nurse. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP/S Goals Assists 2012 10/0 1 0 Totals 10/0 1 0

Points 0 0

Shots 2 2

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Linwood, N.J./Mainland Regional At Delaware: Third-year team member • will continue to add depth to the goalkeeping unit.

Gina DiTaranto Sophomore• 5-3 Midfield

Shots 11 11

Jess Figueroa

Personal: Elise Katharine Krause • daughter of Aaron and Cherie Krause • born Apr. 30, 1994 • exercise science major at Delaware• has one brother, Seth • father, Aaron, played baseball at the University of Pittsburgh and was a member of the Montreal Expos organization • mother is an operating room nurse and father is a sales vice-president • uncle played professional baseball with the Pittsburgh Pirates • favorite sports teams are the Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB) and Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) along with Chelsea FC soccer team • wants to pursue a career in physical therapy • plays the bassoon. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists 2012 12/3 0 0 Totals 12/3 0 0

Points 2 2

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Wallingford, Pa./Strath-Haven At Delaware: Will continue to add solid support to the Blue Hen midfield • second-year team member. 2012 Season: Saw action in 10 games for the Blue Hens • made collegiate debut on Aug. 19 vs. Georgetown • scored first collegiate goal and game-winning goal on Sept. 2 at Siena • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the Colonial Athletic Association quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda. High School: Four-year starter at midfield and forward at Strath-Haven High School for head coach Dino Miraglia • scored 48 career goals • led team to Central League title in 2010 and 2011 with team placing third in the district playoffs in 2011

2012 Season: Saw action in five contests, receiving the starting nod on three occasions • allowed just two goals on 37 shots to register a .882 save percentage • tallied a 0.54 goals against average • earned a 2-1-0 record • recorded first collegiate shutout and win on Sept. 9 at Delaware State • stopped a seasonhigh eight shots against William & Mary on Oct. 12 • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda. 2011 Season: Did not see action for the Blue Hens • team went 10-74 and advanced to CAA Tournament semifinals for Grzenda. High School: Four-year member of the Mainland Regional High School team as a goalkeeper • guided her team to a Cape Atlantic league championship • holds school record for most shutouts • three-time CAL first team selection • named third team All-South Jersey twice • played with former Blue Hen player Kelsea Kneisel • named to Merit Roll. Personal: Jessica “Jess” Figueroa (“fig-you-row-uh”) • daughter of Victor Figueroa and Alejandra Pedraza • born Apr. 24, 1993 • health & physical education major at Delaware • has an older sister, Adriana, and younger brother Victor Manuel Figueroa Jr. • first member of her family to attend college in America • Spanish was her first language • hobbies include coaching soccer and lacrosse, going to the beach, hanging out with friends, traveling and baking • began playing soccer at age five as a field player and switched to

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keeper at age 10 • chose the University of Delaware because of its atmosphere, the team, and the coaches. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Minutes GA 2012 5 332:33 2 Totals 5 332:33 2

Saves 0.54 0.54

Record 2-1-0 2-1-0

Emily Market Sophomore• 5-6 Forward/Midfield/Defense

Shutouts 1.1 1.1

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Holland, Pa./Villa Joseph Marie

Kailyn Rekos Freshman• 5-9 Goalkeeper

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Groton, Mass./Groton-Dunstable

At Delaware: First-year player for the Blue Hens • will add depth to the Delaware goalkeeping unit. High School: Four-year starter at Groton Dunstable Regional High School for head coach Steven Naboicheck • earned All-State honors during her junior and senior seasons • named to All-New England team in 2012 • played club soccer for the Stars of Massachusetts. Personal: Kailyn Nycole Rekos (wreck-os) • daughter of Gene and Missy Rekos • born May 3, 1995 • has one older sister, Krysta • uncle, Mike, played soccer at Bentley • marketing major at Delaware • lists the New England Patriots (NFL), Boston Red Sox (MLB), Boston Bruins (NHL), and Revolution as her favorite professional sports teams • enjoys snowboarding.

Maria Alexio Freshman• 5-4 Forward

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Wilmington, Del./Ursuline

At Delaware: First-year member for the Blue Hens • will add solid support at the midfield position. High School: Four-year member on local Ursuline Academy’s soccer team • four-year starter of Ursuline’s field hockey team • also participated in swimming and winter track • three-time first team all-conference selection in soccer • second team All-State selection in soccer during junior and senior seasons • two-time first team all-conference member for field hockey • earned highest academic honors all four years • member of spirit club, Jefferson Awards Service Club and Science Olympiad.

At Delaware: Second-year player at Delaware • versatile player who will once again add solid support at all three field positions. 2012 Season: Played a key role as a freshman, appearing in 16 games with 11 starts • earned a spot on the Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie team • scored first career goal vs. LIU-Brooklyn, netting the game-winner in an early-season 1-0 victory • had 16 shots on the season • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda. High School: Four-year starter for head coach Rich Finneyfrock’s Villa Joseph Marie High School team • team captain during senior campaign that resulted in her being named Catholic Academies League Player of the Year, Bucks County Courier Female Soccer Player of the Year, first team All-Southeastern Pennsylvania, and a Regional All-American selection • during junior season led VJM to a 23-1 record en route to the 2011 PIAA State championship runner-up spot, a District 12 championship, and Catholic Academies League championship • four-year letterwinner for the school’s track & field team • National Honor Society member. Personal: Emily Helen Market • daughter of Vince and Helena Market • born Mar. 23, 1994 • has not declared a major • would like to become a nurse • father is a CFO and earned his degrees from La Salle • mother is a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University • has two brothers, Christopher and Ryan • enjoys volleyball, basketball, and traveling • follows all the major Philadelphia professional sports team • traveled to Ireland during the summer. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP Goals Assists 2012 16 1 0 Totals 16 1 0

Points 2 2

Shots 16 16

Personal: Maria Nicole “Mary” Aleixo (“a-lex-O”) • daughter of Alan and Aleixo • born May 22, 1995 • nursing major at Delaware • has two siblings, Michael and Emily • brother participated in crew at Drexel • father graduated from Delaware.

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Kelly Stumper Sophomore• 5-6 Defense

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St. James, N.Y./Smithtown East

Feb. 24, 1994 • nutritional sciences major at Delaware • youngest of four children • sister, Carley, runs track at NCAA Division II Millersville (Pa.) University • Philadelphia Phillies (MLB) and 76ers (NBA) fan • enjoys reading and working out in her free time. Career Statistics at Delaware Year GP/S Goals Assists 2012 18/13 0 2 Totals 18/13 0 2

Points 2 2

Shots 5 5

At Delaware: Second-year player at Delaware • adds depth to the Blue Hen backfield • will have freshman eligibility. 2012 Season: Did not see action for the Blue Hens • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda. High School: Earned all-division and all-conference honors during playing career at Smithtown East High School for head coaches Greg Schepanski and Bill Hamilton. Personal: Kelly Elizabeth Stumper • daughter of Robert and Mary Stumper • born May 24, 1994 • has not declared a major at Delaware • has three sisters, Allison, Leanne, and Sarah • enjoys watching Manchester United soccer club and the New York Jets (NFL) • enjoys spending time at the beach.

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At Delaware: Second-year player for Delaware • will return as a key player on the Blue Hens’ defensive unit. 2012 Season: Appeared in all 18 games for Delaware, starting 13 times • earned first collegiate start on Sept. 2 at Siena • dished out two assists on the season • registered first collegiate point on Sept. 9 at Delaware State • contributed five shots, three on goal • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament quarterfinals for head coach Scott Grzenda. High School: Two-sport standout in soccer and basketball at Methacton High School • four-year starter at midfield and defense in soccer • four-year starter in basketball as a guard • captain as a senior • led FC Pennsylvania Strikers club team to national championship in 2013 • honor roll student • member of Key Club. Personal: Madeline H. “Maddy” Parker • daughter of Lewis and Sandy Parker • born

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2012 STATISTICS Offensive Statistics No. 6 22 15 10 11 7 16 28 20 55 13 17 4 14 18 12 9 25 8 5 1

Player Ali Miller Anna Lenczyk Chelsea Duffy Melissa Pennington Tania Domingos Shannon Kearny Dianna Marinaro Emily Market Gina DiTaranto Madeline Parker Laura Klebe Brittany Bonzano Andrea Arnold Allegra Gray Elise Krause Rachel Vacaro Taya Richardson Alexandra Johnson Alison Slark Polly Reinicker Jessica Levy Total Opponents

GP-GS 18-17 11-0 18-18 18-10 18-18 18-8 18-18 16-11 10-0 18-13 11-4 16-15 15-7 17-17 12-3 4-0 3-1 1-1 2-0 18-18 16-16 18 18

G 7 3 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 18

A 1 1 1 4 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 9

Pts. 15 7 5 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 47 45

Shot 73 5 35 25 37 11 25 16 11 5 3 1 15 8 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 277 178

Shot% .096 .600 .057 .000 .027 .091 .040 .062 .091 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .061 .101

SOG 39 3 17 7 17 4 4 9 4 3 2 1 5 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 120 82

SOG% .534 .600 .486 .280 .459 .364 .160 .562 .364 .600 .667 1.000 .333 .250 .500 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 0 .433 .461

GWG 3 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 8

T 0 1 0 1 1

Shutout 1 5 6 4

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Name Jess Figueroa Jessica Levy Team Total Opponents

GP-GS Min. 5-3 332:33 16-15 1352:06 00:00 18 1684:39 18 1684:39

GA 2 16 0 18 17

GAA 0.54 1.07 0.00 0.96 0.91

Saves 15 49 0 64 103

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Pct. .882 .754 .000 .780 .858

W 2 7 0 9 8

L 1 7 0 8 9

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Team Statistics Delaware

Opponents

17-277 0.94 .061 120-277 .433 15.4 13 90 0-0 42

18-178 1.00 .101 82-178 .461 9.9 9 62 0-0 7

121 6 0

167 9 0

SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shots-Attempts Goals Per Game Shot Pct. SOG-Attempts SOG Pct. Shots/Game Assists CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS OFFSIDES PENALITIES Fouls Yellow Cards Red Cards

Goals by Period Goals Delaware Opponents

1st 7 6

2nd 8 10

OT 1 2

OT2 1 0

Total 17 18

2nd 144 91

OT 5 11

OT2 3 0

Total 277 178

2nd 26 51

OT 4 2

OT2 0 1

Total 64 103

2nd 45 32

OT 5 2

OT2 2 0

Total 90 62

Shots by Period Goals 1st Delaware 125 Opponents 76 Saves by Period Goals Delaware Opponents

1st 34 49

Corners by Period Goals Delaware Opponents

1st 38 28

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GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS Date

Opponent

Score

Overall

Conf.

Attend.

Scorer

8/19

GEORGETOWN

0-2

0-1-0

0-0-0

250

-

8/31

at Seton Hall

1-2 (OT)

0-2-0

0-0-0

873

Ali Miller (Chelsea Duffy)

9/2

at Siena

1-0

1-2-0

0-0-0

347

Gina DiTaranto (Shannon Kearney)

9/7

at Loyola

0-1

1-3-0

0-0-0

231

-

9/9

at Delaware State

2-0

2-3-0

0-0-0

328

Anna Lenczyk (Tania Domingos) Anna Lenczyk (Madeline Parker)

9/14

ST. JOSEPH’S

1-2

2-4-0

0-0-0

260

Dianna Marinaro

9/16

at LIU Brooklyn

1-0

3-4-0

0-0-0

97

Emily Market (Melissa Pennington)

*9/21

TOWSON

1-0

4-4-0

1-0-0

265

Ali Miller (Melissa Pennington)

*9/23

MASON

2-1 (OT)

5-4-0

2-0-0

350

Shannon Kearney Ali Miller

*9/28

at Georgia State

2-1 (2OT)

6-4-0

3-0-0

188

Ali Miller (Brittaney Bonzano) Ali Miller (Anna Lenczyk)

*9/30

at UNCW

1-0

7-4-0

4-0-0

330

Anna Lenczyk (Melissa Pennington)

*10/4

at Hofstra

1-3

7-5-0

4-1-0

259

Ali Miller

*10/7

NORTHEASTERN

0-2

7-6--0

4-2-0

150

-

*10/12

WILLIAM & MARY

1-0

8-6-0

5-2-0

250

Chelsea Duffy

*10/14

OLD DOMINION

1-0

9-6-0

6-2-0

500

Tania Domingos (Ali Miller, Melissa Pennington)

*10/18

at James Madison

1-2 (OT)

9-7-0

6-3-0

170

Chelsea Duffy (Madeline Parker)

*10/24

at Drexel

0-1

9-8-0

6-4-0

200

-

#10/28

at UNCW

1-1 (2OT)%

9-8-1

6-4-0

236

Ali Miller (Laura Klebe)

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2012 CAA STANDINGS CAA Team William & Mary Drexel UNW Wilmington Northeastern Hofstra Delaware James Madison George Mason Old Dominion Georgia State Towson

Record 8-2 7-2-1 7-3 7-3 6-4 6-4 5-5 3-6-1 2-8 1-8-1 1-8-1

Pct. .800 .750 .700 .700 .600 .600 .500 .350 .200 .150 .150

OVERALL Home Away Streak Pts Record Pct. Home Away Neutral Streak 5-0 3-2 W3 24 14-5-1 .725 7-2-1 5-3 2-0 4-0-1 3-2 W3 22 13-3-3 .763 6-0-1 7-3-1 0-0 3-2 4-1 W5 21 12-7-3 .614 7-3-1 5-3 0-1 L1 3-2 4-1 W2 21 9-9-1 .500 5-5-1 4-4 0-0 4-1 2-3 L3 18 11-9-2 .545 7-1 2-5-2 2-3 L1 4-1 2-3 L2 18 9-8-1 .528 4-3 5-5-1 0-0 2-3 3-2 L1 15 7-11 .389 4-5 3-5 0-1 L1 3-2 0-4-1 W1 10 7-11-1 .395 5-3 1-7-1 1-1 W1 2-3 0--5 L2 6 4-14 .222 4-6 0-8 0-0 L2 0-5 1-3-1 L1 4 4-11-2 .294 1-6-1 3-5-1 0-0 L1 1-3-1 0-5 L1 4 1-15-2 .111 1-3-1 0-11-1 0-1 L1

TOURNAMENT

TOURNAMENT First Round Oct. 28

#6 Delaware 1, #3 UNCW 1 (UNCW Advance ok PK’s, 4-3)

First Round Nov. 11

Hofstra 0, Boston College 2

#5 Hofstra 2, #4 Northeastern 2 (Hofstra Advance on PK’s, 3-1) Semi-Finals Nov. 2

#3 UNCW 1, #2 Drexel 1 (UNCW Advance on PK’s, 4-1) #5 Hofstra 0, #1 William & Mary 0 (Hofstra Advance on PK’s, 4-2) Finals

Nov. 4

#5 Hofstra 2, #3 UNCW 1 (2OT)

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2012 ALL-CAA TEAMS First Team Name, School Leah Galton, Hofstra

Class Fr.

Position F

Hometown/Previous School Harrogate, England/St. John Fishers Catholic

Ali Miller, Delaware* Stephanie Ross, UNCW % Cortyn Bristol, William & Mary* Jill Mulholland, Hofstra Mallory Schaffer, William & Mary* Hanna Terry, Northeastern Melissa Chapman, Drexel Allegra Gray, Delaware

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

F F MF MF MF MF D D

Sinking Spring, Pa./Wilson Jacksonville, N.C./White Oak Oak Hill, Va./Chantilly Levittown, N.Y./MacArthur Allison Park, Pa./Hampton Park City, Utah/Park City Lansdale, Pa./Lansdale Catholic West Chester, Pa./Unionville

Kiersten Harpe, William & Mary Eve Badana, Drexel#

Sr. So.

D GK

Lake Mary, Fla./Lake Mary Markham, Ontario/Saint Brother Andre

Second Team Name, School Tiana Kallenberger, George Mason#

Class Sr.

Position F

Dani Rutter, William & Mary Greta Samuelsdottir, Northeaster% Cheyenne Skidmore, Towson% Kim Currie, UNCW Chelsea Duffy, Delaware% Same Greenfield, Drexel Emily Fredrikson, William & Mary# Mary Kate Lowry, George Mason%

Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr.

F F F MF MF MF D D

York, Pa./Central York Kopavogur, Iceland/Menntaskolinn i Kopavogi Eldersburg, Md./Liberty Lumberton, N.C./Lumberton Glassboro, N.J./Gloucester Catholic Warminster, Pa./Archbishop Wood Ashburn, Va./Stone Bridge Mechanicsburg, Pa./Cumberland Valley

Becky Sparks, James Madison# Caitlin Hunter, UNCW

Jr. Sr.

D GK

Laurel Springs, N.J./Paul VI Ashburn, Va./Broad Run

Left to Right: Ali Miller - All-CAA 1st team Allegra Gray - All-CAA 1st Team Chelsea Duffy - All-CAA 2nd Team

* - All-CAA First Team in 2011 # - All-CAA Second Team in 2011 % - All-CAA Third Team in 2011

Hometown/Previous School Irvine, Calif./University

2012 CAA Player of the Year - Mallory Schaffer, William & Mary 2012 CAA Defensive Player of the Year - Eve Badana, Drexel 2012 Rookie of the Year - Leah Galton, Hofstra 2012 CAA Coach of the Year - Ray Goon, Drexel

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2012 ALL-CAA TEAMS Third Team Name, School Maddie McCormick, UNCW

Class Fr.

Position F

Hometown/Previous School Newark, Del./Alexis I. DuPont

Whitney Raven, Georgia State Lauren Wilson, James Madison# Stephanie Bronson, UNCW Tania Domingos% Katie Menzie, James Madison Brooke Bendernagel, Hofstra% Lindsay Henry, UNCW Ruby Staplehurst

So. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

F F MF MF MF D D D

Whitewater, Colo./Grand Junction Coatsville, Pa./Downingtown Raleigh, N.C./Leesville Sandy Hook, Conn./Newton Chantilly, Va./Chantilly Smithtown, N.Y./Smithtown West Ashburn, Va./Stone Bridge London, England/St. Thomas More

Awnalisa Walker, Northeastern Paige Burnett, Northeastern%

So. So.

D GK

Sugar Land, Texas/Clements Placentia, Calif./Cypress

Emily Market CAA All-Rookie Team

Tania Domingos All-CAA 3rd Team

All-Rookie Team Name, School Nicole Baxter, William & Mary

Position MF

Lindsey Byrne, UNCW Caroline Casey, William & Mary Gabby Dixon, Drexel Leah Galton, Hofstra Elissa Halik, James Madison Leci Irvin, William & Mary Emily Market, Delaware Maddie McCormick, UNCW

D GK F F D D MF F

Charlotte, N.C./W.A. Hough Chesapeake, Va./Grassfield West Granby, Conn./Granby Harrogate, England/St. John Fishers Catholic Spring, Texas/Klein Collins Charlottesville, Va./Tandem Friends Holland, Pa./Villa Joseph Marie Newark, Del./Alexis I. DuPont

Jill Mulholland, Hofstra Oksana Nicholls, Northeastern Barbara Platenberg, William & Mary

MF D F

Levittown, N.Y./MacArthur Glendora, Calif./St. Lucy’s Priory Faifax Station, Va./Robinson

* - All-CAA First Team in 2011 # - All-CAA Second Team in 2011 % - All-CAA Third Team in 2011

Hometown/Previous School Pennington, N.J./Pennington

2012 CAA Player of the Year - Mallory Schaffer, William & Mary 2012 CAA Defensive Player of the Year - Eve Badana, Drexel 2012 Rookie of the Year - Leah Galton, Hofstra 2012 CAA Coach of the Year - Ray Goon, Drexel

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ABOUT THE CAA With nearly three decades of success athletically and academically, James Madison reached the quarterfinals of the WNIT. CAA teams the Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the have gone 20-9 in postseason play over the past two years. nation’s top collegiate conferences. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championThe CAA encompasses many of the nation’s largest metropolitan ar- ship began in 1981. Three men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournaeas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Charles- ment berths last season and each current member of the conference ton, S.C. The conference has produced 16 national team champions has reached the NCAA Tournament since 2006. In softball, Hofstra in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 13 nation- reached the NCAA Super Regionals in 2012 and the CAA placed two al players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 13 Honda teams (Hofstra and James Madison) in the NCAA’s for the first time Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accu- last season. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the mulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars second round of the NCAA Tournament three times in the past six and 23 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2012-13, more than 1,900 seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 14 years and the women’s team Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average had two runners (Elaina Balouris and Emily Stites) earn All-America while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 23 teams in 15 honors in 2012. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The CAA sent three the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2013. 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 honThe landscape of the conors in women’s lacrosse, ference stretches along track and field and the majority of the East swimming & diving last Coast, and includes sevseason and had players eral of the nation’s top nationally ranked in tenmedia markets – New nis and golf. York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Washington, D.C. (9) and BalCAA member institutions timore (25). The number are committed to excelof television homes in lence in the classroom. the CAA market exceeds The Colonial Academic 20 million. Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s The CAA conducts champresidents with a goal of pionships in 22 sports. expanding their partnerMale athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, ship to all aspects of university education and life outside of intercolcross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, legiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established tennis and track & field. Female athletes battle for conference titles are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soc- abroad programs, visiting faculty programs and a recent partnership cer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volley- with NBC Learn to provide educational videos to over 8,500 public ball. In 2012-13, 27 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 43 schools across the United States. 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.

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 first-ever 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 William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, George MaIn women’s basketball, 2013 CAA champion Delaware defeated West son University, the United States Naval Academy and the University Virginia and North Carolina to become the 12th CAA team to reach of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Behind the play of Honda two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members Award winner Elena Delle Donne, the Blue Hens finished the sea- (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American Unison ranked #13 in the final USA Today Coaches Top 25 poll. Drexel versity) and decided to form a new conference. The transformation captured the WNIT championship with a 46-43 victory over Utah and from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. University of Delaware Women’s Soccer Media Guide

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ABOUT THE CAA STAFF DIRECTORY

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.

8625 Patterson Avenue Richmond, VA 23229 (804) 754-1616 Fax: (804) 754-1973 Executive Commissioner.................................................................................. Thomas E. Yeager

CAA MEMBERSHIP HISTORY 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 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

Deputy Commissioner for Basketball ..................................................... Ron Bertovich Chief Operating Officer ........................................................................ Cindy Williams Executive Assistant.............................................................................Raven Wilkinson Broadcasting/Video Assoc. Commissioner - Broadcast Services ...................................................Peter Hock Director of Video Services ..................................................................... Bobby Broyles Director of Video Services........................................................................... Alex Souza Championships 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 Compliance Senior Assoc. Commiss. - Comp. & Governance/SWA..............................................................................Kathleen Batterson Asst. Dir. of Compliance & Student-Athlete Services ..................................................Donna Jones Corporate Partnerships

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

Director of Corporate Partnerships ....................................................... Brian Edmonds Integrated Digital Strategies Assoc. Commissioner - Integrated Digital Strategies...............................................Scott Meyer Officiating Officiating Administrator ....................................................................... Pamela Stone

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COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

DREXEL

October 25, 2013• 7 p.m. Patriots Point Stadium • Charlestown, S.C.

October 18, 2013 • 7 p.m. Vidas Field • Philadelphia, Pa.

Staff Head Coach: Christian Michner Asst. Coaches: Eliza Bennett-Hattan, Tracy Chao, Hallie Briggs

Staff Head Coach: Ray Goon (Rutgers ‘85) Record: 86-180-28 (16 seasons) Asst. Coaches: Don Overmier, Chris Cattaneo

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 7-12-1 2012 Conference Record: 5-5-1

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 13-3-3 2012 CAA Record: 7-2-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 14/9 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5

Series Info All-Time Record: 0-0-0 Last Meeting: First Meeting www.cofcsports.com

Series Info All-Time Record: 12-2-2 Last Meeting: 10/24/12 • Away • L, 0-1 www.drexeldragons.com

HOFSTRA

JAMES MADISON

October 11, 2012 • 7 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del.

October 4, 2013• 7 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del.

Staff Head Coach: Simon Riddiough (Hofstra ‘94) Record: 88-46-10 (7 seasons) Asst. Coaches: Tobias Bischof, Courtney Breen

Staff Head Coach: David Lombardo (S. Connecticut State ‘76) Record: 278-181-32 (23 seasons) Asst. Coaches: Scott Gerseny, Rachel Chupein

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 11-9-2 2012 CAA Record: 6-4-0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 10/1

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 7-11-0 2012 CAA Record: 5-5-0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 17/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5

Series Info All-Time Record: 6-15-0 Last Meeting: 10/4/12 • Away• L, 1-3

Series Info All-Time Record: 3-5-2 Last Meeting: 10/18/12 • Away • L, 1-2 (OT)

www.gohofstra.com

www.jmusports.com

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COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION UNCW

NORTHEASTERN

October 27, 2013 • 2 p.m. UNCW Soccer Stadium • Wilmington, N.C.

Month, Day, Year • Time Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del.

Staff Head Coach: Paul Cairney (18 seasons) Asst. Coaches: John Adams, Steve Elliot, Anna Betton

Staff Head Coach: Tracey Leone (UNC ‘89) Record: 27-27-4 (four seasons) Asst. Coaches: Ashley Phillips, Lindsay Massengale, Heather O’Reilly

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 12-7-3 2012 CAA Record: 7-3-0

Series Info All-Time Record: 7-5-1 Last Meeting: 10/28/12 •Away• T, 1-1 (UNCW Advance on PK) • CAA Tournament www.uncwsports.com

TOWSON September 26, 2013• 3 p.m. Tiger Soccer Complex • Towson, Md. Staff Head Coach: Greg Paynter (Virginia Tech, ‘95) Record: 36-69-9 (six seasons) Asst. Coaches: Win Puffer, Matt Gibson Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 1-15-2 2012 Conference Record: 1-8-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 10/1 Series Info All-Time Record: 13-7-1 Last Meeting: 9/21/12 • Home • W, 1-0 www.towsontigers.com

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 9-9-1 2012 CAA Record: 7-3-0

Series Info All-Time Record: 7-4-2 Last Meeting: 10/7/12 • Home• L, 0-2 www.gonu.com

WILLIAM & MARY October 6, 2013• 2 p.m. Martin Family Stadium/Albert-Daly Field• Williamsburg, Va. Staff Head Coach: John Daly Record: 347-140-42 Asst. Coaches: Lorraine Quinn, Brannon Thomas Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 14-5-1 2012 CAA Record: 7-2-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 22/9 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Series Info All-Time Record: 2-9-2 Last Meeting: 10/12/12 •Home • W, 1-0 www.tribeathletics.com

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2013 OPPONENTS GEORGE MASON

GEORGETOWN

September 29, 2013 • 2 p.m. George Mason Stadium•Fairfax, Va.

September 8, 2013• 4 p.m. Shaw Field • Washington, D.C.

Staff Head Coach: Diane Drake (Dayton, ‘93) Record: 124-122-24 (15 seasons) Asst. Coaches: Dirk Vandeveer, Cory Hanks

Staff Head Coach: Dave Nolan (Seton Hall ‘91) Record: 111-61-16 (9 seasons) Asst. Coaches: Naomi Meiburger, Hayley Siegel

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 7-11-1 2012 CAA Record: 3-6-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Series Info All-Time Record: 5-6-0 Last Meeting: 9/23/12 • Home • W, 2-1 (OT)

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 16-4-3 2012 BIG EAST Record: 6-1-0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 19/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Series Info All-Time Record: 0-3-3 Last Meeting: 8/19/12 • Home • L, 0-2

www.gomason.com

www.guhoyas.com

LIU BROOKLYN

LOYOLA (MD.)

September 20, 2013• 7 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del.

September 6, 2013• 6 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del.

Staff Head Coach: Tracy Bartholomew Record: 130-106-16 (14th season) Asst. Coach: Amphone Keovongmanysar

Staff Head Coach: Katherine Vettori (Duke ’96) Record: 54-38-14 (6 seasons) Asst. Coaches: Emily Janss, Lincoln Phillips, Dave Nesbitt

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 10-8-3 2012 Northeast Conference Record: 6-1-3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 14/13 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7 Series Info All-Time Record: 1-0-0 Last Meeting: 9/16/12 • Away • W, 1-0 www.liuathletics.com

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 12-6-4 2012 MAAC Record: 6-2-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/11 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/7 Series Info All-Time Record: 5-5-0 Last Meeting: 9/7/12 • Away • L,0-1 www.loyolagreyhounds.com

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2013 OPPONENTS MONMOUTH

RUTGERS

August 25, 2013• 7 p.m. The Great Lawn • West Long Branch, N.J.

August 30, 2013• 7 p.m. Yurack Field• Piscataway, N.J.

Staff Head Coach: Krissy Turner (TCNJ, 1993) Record: 159-98-28 (.607) - 15 seasons Asst. Coaches: Kylee Rossi, Kelly Lawrence, Harvey Meldrum

Staff Head Coach: Glenn Crooks (Georgia ‘80) Record: 142-99-31 (13 seasons) Associate Head Coach: Mike O’Neill

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 10-7-2 2012 NEC Record: 7-2-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Series Info All-Time Record: 0-4-0 Last Meeting: 9/19/98 • Away • L, 0-3

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 13-8-1 2012 BIG EAST Record: 5-5-1 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/3 Series Info All-Time Record: 1-2-0 Last Meeting: 9/8/02 • Away • L, 0-2

www.muhawks.com

www.scarletknights.com

SETON HALL

ST. FRANCIS (PA.)

September 15, 2013 • 1 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del.

September 13, 2013• 7 p.m. Delaware Mini-Stadium• Newark, Del.

Staff Head Coach: Kazbek Tambi (Columbia ‘83) Record: 41-61-9 (6 seasons) Asst. Coaches: Kevin Leacock, Marguerite Ferrell, Jerrod Laventure

Staff Head Coach: Brenda van Stralen (Franklin Pierce ’99) Record: 88-64-25 (9 seasons) Asst. Coaches: Marcelo Antonelli

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 7-12-0 2012 BIG EAST Record: 2-9 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Series Info All-Time Record: 2-1-2 Last Meeting: 8/31/12 • Away • L, 1-2 www.shupirates.com

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 14-5-2 2012 NEC Record: 10-0-0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 15/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3 Series Info All-Time Record: 5-0-0 Last Meeting: 9/25/02 • Home • W, 4-2 www.sfuathletics.com

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2013 OPPONENTS ST. JOHN’S

TEMPLE

August 23, 2013 • 7 p.m. Belson Stadium • New York, N.Y.

September 22, 2013• 1 p.m. Ambler Soccer Field• Philadelphia, Pa.

Staff Head Coach: Ian Stone (West London ‘90) Record: 170-151-38 (19 years( Asst. Coaches: Scott McLaughlin, Brooke DeRosa, Emma Thomson

Staff Head Coach: Seamus O’Connor Record: 0--0-0 (first season)

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 6-10-1 2012 BIG EAST Record: 2-7-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/2 Series Info All-Time Record: 1-2-0 Last Meeting: 8/31/08 • Home • L, 1-0 www.redstormsports.com

Team Info 2012 Overall Record: 5-12-3 2012 A-10 Record: 2-6-1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 17/8 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/5 Series Info All-Time Record: 7-0-0 Last Meeting: 9/9/05 • Home • W, 4-0 www.owlsports.com

SCHEDULE BREAKDOWN OPPONENT LOCATIONS

GAMES Home Away Neutral Site Afternoon Night Game Conference Non-Conference

8 10 0 9 9 8 10 New Jersey New York Pennsylvania Virginia Maryland District of Columbia Massachusetts North Carolina South Carolina

OPPONENT CONFERENCES CAA 8 Big East 3 American 2 MAAC 2 NEC 2 A-10 1

3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1

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2013 SCHEDULE Date August 23 August 25 August 30 SEPTEMBER 6 September 8 SEPTEMBER 13 SEPTEMBER 15 SEPTEMBER 20 September 22 *September 26 September 29 *OCTOBER 4 *October 6 *OCTOBER 11 *OCTOBER 13 *OCTOBER 18 *October 25 November 3 November 8-10 November 15-17 November 22-24 November/December 29-1 Decemeber 6

Opponent at St. John’s at Monmouth at Rutgers LOYOLA (MD.) at Georgetown ST. FRANCIS (PA.) SETON HALL LIU BROOKLYN @ Temple @ Towson @ George Mason JAMES MADISON at William & Mary HOFSTRA NORTHEASTERN DREXEL at College of Charleston Colonial Athletic Association Quarterfinals CAA Semifinals/Finals (Highest Seed) NCAA Tournament 1st Round NCAA Tournament 2nd/3rd Rounds NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals NCAA Championships at Cary, N.C.

Time 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 5:30 P.M. 4 p.m. 7 P.M. 1 P.M. 7 P.M. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 P.M. 2 p.m. 7 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 7 P.M. 7 p.m. tba tba tba tba tba tba

ALL CAPS - Home Games * - Colonial Athletic Association Contest

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE AWARD WINNERS Weekly Award Winners Player of the Week

2011 Amy Pickard 9/12, 10/3 Ali Miller 10/31

1991 Kelly Osmond Jenna Blackmon Kristy Hendrickson

10/14 10/28 11/4

1992 Jenna Blackmon

9/29

1993 Kristy Hendrickson

10/12

1994 Melissa Kulp 9/26 Kristy Hendrickson 10/10,10/17,10/31 1995 Beth Hart 10/30 1996 Beth Hart

10/14

1998-99 Information not available 2000 Fran Termini 10/23 2001 Brittany Campbell

9/24

2003 Caryn Blood 9/22 Ginna Lewing 10/27 2004 Allison Kendro 9/20 Shannon Alger 10/17 2005 Lindsey Shover

10/24

2007 Emily Sammis 9/10 2008 Caitlin Germain 10/19

2012 Ali Miller

9/24

Rookie of the Week 1991 Kristy Hendrickson 10/28 1992 Nicole Shea 9/29 1993 Beth Hatt 9/13,10/19,10/26 Deborah Flowers 9/21 Melissa Kulp 10/12, 11/2 1995 Carrie Handy

10/23

1996 Nicole Spadafino 9/9 1998-99 Information not available 2002 Lindsey Shover 9/15, 10/7 2003 Bonnie Mills 10/27 2004 Ali D’Amico 9/13 2005 Caitlin Germain 10/31 2006 Melissa Kilker 9/5 2007 Amy Pickard 9/24, 9/10 2010 Shannon Kearney 9/13

2009 Annie Bevan 10/5 Stephanie Rinschler 10/12 2010 Brenna Stemler

10/25

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE AWARD WINNERS Third Team

Conference Major Awards Coach of the Year

Scott Grzenda

1993, 94, 05

Scholar Athlete of the Year

Beth Hatt

1996

First Team

Alli D’Amico Tania Domingos Chelsea Duffy Caitlyn Germain Emily Sammis

2008 2011, 12 2011 2008 2007

Honorable Mention

All-Conference

Fran Termini Christine Wrighton

2000 2001

All-Rookie Team

Shannon Alger 2004, 05 Jenna Blackmon 1992 Allegra Gray 2012 Beth Gregory 1994, 95, 96 Beth Hatt 1994, 95, 96 Kristy Hendrickson 1993, 94 Melissa Kulp 1996 Ginna Lewing 2002, 03 Mary Merritt 1999 Ali Miller 2011, 12 Katie Nietubicz 1995, 96 Amy Pickard 2011 Maria Pollaro 2003 Steph Schmucker 1999 Nicole Spadafino 1996 Second Team Caryn Blood Ginette Buffone Chelsea Duffy Caitlyn Germain Beth Gregory Cate Harrison Megan McFadden Bonnie Mills Mandy Merritt Lauren Pechtel Amy Pickard Kim Reynolds Nicole Sadafino Fran Termini Morgan Warrington

2002, 03 2001 2012 2007 1997 1999 1997 2006 1997 2005, 06 2007 1998 1997, 98 2000 2010

Alli D’Amico 2004 Caitlyn Germain 2005 Shannon Kearney 2010 Emily Market 2012 Amy Pickard 2007

All-Tournament Team

Shannon Alger Tania Domingos Shelby Lawrence Ali Miller

2005 2011 2005 2011

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-AAA-

Alger, Shannon (2003-05) Anderson, Kate (1999) Arnold, Andrea (2010-present)

-BBBBaker, Heather (1991-92) Barrett, Patti (1990-91) Bauer, Erika (1995-96) Beekman, Katie (2004-05) Bendzlowicz, Jess (2006-08) Benson, Mandi (1999-20) Bersin, Rachel (1999-01) Bevan, Annie (2006-09) Bisagna, Christine (1990-92) Blackmon, Jenna (1990-92) Blake, Lynda (1990-91) Blood, Caryn (2001-03) Bonzano, Brittany (2010-present) Bottone, Lara (1990-91) Boyd, Lindsay (2004-06) Breault, Trisha (2000-03) Brino, Amy (1997-99) Buffone, Ginette (2000-03) Butler, Kelly (1993-96)

-CCCCampbell, Brittany (1999-02) Campbell, Meghan (1997) Cantwell, Tracy (1996-99) Carpenter, Kayleen (2008-09) Cassagnol, Meaghan (2002) Cassidy, Amy (1996-98) Cerelli, Amy (1992) Cieselka, Deb (1990-92) Comfort, Lesley (1994) Connelly, Heather (2000) Conner, Cathy (1993-96) Corcoran, Janine (1993-95) Creed, Mary Beth (2002-05) Cruz, Kristina (1997)

-DDDDʼAmico, Alli (2004-08) Davis, Amanda (2007) DeBello, Ashley (2006) Delaney, Megan (2006-09) DiNardo, Jeanne (1996-97) DiTaranto, Gina (2012-present) Domingos, Tania (2009-12) Donoghue, Jenny (2002-03) Dooley, Alison (2001-02) Duffy, Chelsea (2010-present) Dulkis, Stacey (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS -EEE-

Epstein, Amanda (1993)

-FFF-

Ferrante, Janice (1990) Figueroa, Jessica (2012-present) Flowers, Deborah (1993) Flynn, Jamie (2005-08) Fraley, Ali (2000) Friedman, Ilyssa (2007-10) Friedman, Liz (2002-05)

-GGG-

Gallagher, Kate (2004-05) Gallagher, Maureen (1992) Garufi, Elizabeth (2000-03) George, Tracey (1990-92) Germain, Caitlyn (2005-08) Goldman, E.J. (2005-07) Gray, Allegra (2011-present) Gregory, Beth (1994-97)

-HHHHandy, Carolyn (1995) Hanley, Megan (2007-08) Harrison, Cate (1996-99) Hatt, Beth (1993-96) Hendrickson, Kristy (1991-94) Highsmith, Lauren (1998) Hudson, Minnie (1992-94) Hunter, Sheena (1990-93)

-JJJJames, Lindsay (2004-07) Johnson, Erinn (2000) Joynt, Kirsten (1991-92)

-KKKKeehan, Alison (1996-99) Kelly, Erin (1996-99) Kearney, Shannon (2010-present) Kendro, Allison (2002-05) Kilker, Melissa (2006-08) Kimmel, Courtney (2004-07) Kish, BJ (1990) Klebe, Laura (2009-12) Klene, Erin (1997-99) Kocela, Mimi (2009) Krause, Elise (2012-present) Krepps, Jennifer (2002-05) Kulp, Melissa (1993-96) Kunisky, Melissa (2002-05)

-LLLLarentowicz, Laura (1997-99) Larson, Erika (1997-99)

Lawrence, Shelby (2002-05) Lemmon, Courtney (2005) Lenczyk, Anna (2010-12) Lensky, Erin (2005-08) Levy, Jessica (2010-present) Lewing, Ginna (2000-03) Lippincott, Carrie (1993-95) Lobley, Jen (2001) Loux, Michelle (1995-97) Lukens, Stacey (1998-01) Lunn, Andrea (2001-03) Luttio, Andrea (2010) Lutz, Jennifer (1993) Lytwynec, Kendall (2004-07)

-MMMMarinaro, Dianna (2010-present) Market, Emily (2012-present) Martin, Allison (1995-98) Martinik, Christina (2002-04) Mastromonaco, Julie (1992-95) McFadden, Megan (1997-01) McGonigle, Sharyn (1990, 1991) Merritt, Mandy (1997-00) Metzger, Kristen (1990) Miller, Ali (2009-12) Mills, Bonnie (2003-06) Milstone, Megan (2003-05)

-NNNNietubicz, Katie (1993-96) Novotny, Lindsay (2002-05)

-OOOOlivera, Alexis (1997-99) OʼNeill, Erin (1998-99) Osmond, Kelly (1990-91)

-PPPParker, Madeline (2012-present) Parsons, Lisa (2005-08) Pennington, Melissa (2009-12) Petchel, Lauren (2003-06) Pickard, Amy (2007-11) Pink, Caitlin (2006-08) Pollaro, Maria (1999-03) Ponzi, Gretchen (1992) Porreca, Amanda (1994-97)

-RRRReinicker, Polly (2009-12) Reynolds, Jessica (1993-96) Reynolds, Kim (1997-98) Richardson, Taya (2009-12) Rinschler, Stephanie (2008-09) Rodgers, Dana (2005-08)

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Roeber, Karen (1990-91) Rooney, Karen (1992-94)

-SSSSammis, Emily (2004-07) Sanderson, Kerri (1991-92) Schied, Christie (2000) Schmidt, Susie (1991-93) Schmucker, Stephanie (1999-00) Schoening, Stephanie (1993-96) Serzan, Christine (1999) Shea, Nicole (1992, 1993) Shemtob, Jennifer (2004) Sherman, Molly (2002) Shover, Kasie (2006-09) Shover, Lindsey (2002-05) Spadafino, Nicole (1996-99) Stark, Alison (2012-present) Stemler, Breanna (2008, 2010-11)

-TTTTermini, Fran (2000-03) Thompson, Taylor (2009-12) Tilford, Holly (1993-95) Townsley, Kate (1994-97) Trindade, Maria (1994)

-UUU-

Utz, Kari (1990-92)

-VVVVaccaro, Rachel (2011-present) Valoris, Lisa (1997-00) Veenstra, Erin (2002) Vendola, Jilyse (2007-08) Victory, Leigh (2008-11) Votek, Brittany (2009) Vroegindeway, Andrea (1992-93)

-WWWWalker, Beth (1990) Walker, Kelly (1996-99) Warner, Meredith (1992) Warrington, Morgan (2009-10) Weimer, Ellen (1990-92) White, Shannon (2000-03) Wilson, Sara (1998-01) Winn, Nikki (1994-97) Wirth, Sara (1995) Wrightson, Christine (2001- 04)

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE FINAL STANDINGS 1991 School *x - Hartford New Hampshire Vermont Delaware Maine

W 4 3 2 1 0

x - regular season champion * - champion

L 0 1 2 3 4

T 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. 1.000 .750 .500 .025 .000

1992 School *x - Hartford Vermont New Hampshire Maine Delaware

W 4 3 2 1 0

L 0 1 2 3 4

T 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. 1.000 .750 .500 .025 .000

1993 School *x - Hartford New Hampshire Vermont Delaware Maine

W 3 3 2 0 0

L 0 1 1 3 3

T 1 0 1 1 1

Pct. .875 .750 .625 .125 .125

x - regular season champion * - champion

x - regular season champion * - champion

1994 School x,y - Hartford Delaware Vermont New Hampshire Maine

W 4 3 2 1 0

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

L 0 1 2 3 4

T 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. 1.000 .750 .500 .250 .000

1995 School x,y - Hartford Delaware New Hampshire Vermont Hofstra Towson Maine

W 6 4 4 3 2 1 0

L 0 2 2 2 4 4 6

T 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

Pct. 1.000 .667 .667 .583 .333 .250 .000

1996 School x - Vermont New Hampshire Delaware y - Towson Boston U. Maine Hartford Hofstra

W 7 5 4 3 3 3 2 0

L 0 1 3 3 4 4 5 7

T 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

Pct. 1.000 .786 .571 .500 .429 .429 .286 .000

1997 School x, y - Hartford Boston U. Towson Delaware Hofstra Vermont Maine New Hampshire Northeastern Drexel

W 9 7 7 5 5 5 3 2 0 0

L 0 2 2 4 4 4 5 7 7 8

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1

Pct. 1.000 .778 .778 .556 .556 .556 .389 .222 .111 .056

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

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1998 School x, y - Hartford Boston U. New Hampshire Vermont Hofstra Towson Delaware Maine Drexel Northeastern

W 9 7 7 6 4 4 4 2 0 0

L 0 1 2 2 5 5 5 7 8 8

T 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1

Pts 27 22 21 19 12 12 12 6 1 1

1999 School x, y - Hartford Boston U. Hofstra Delaware Towson Drexel New Hampshire Northeastern Vermont Maine

W 9 8 7 6 4 3 2 2 2 1

L 0 1 2 3 5 6 6 7 7 8

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Pts 27 24 21 18 12 9 7 6 6 3

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE FINAL STANDINGS 2000 School x, y - Boston U. Hartford Hofstra Towson Northeastern Delaware New Hampshire Vermont Maine Drexel

W 9 8 7 5 5 4 2 2 1 0

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

2001 School x, y - Boston U. Hartford Hofstra Delaware New Hampshire Towson Maine Stony Brook Northeastern Drexel Vermont Albany

W 10 10 5 5 5 5 4 4 3 3 4 0

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

L 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 8

L 0 1 4 5 5 5 5 6 5 5 7 10

T 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

T 1 0 2 1 1 1 2 1 3 3 0 1

Pts 27 24 21 16 15 12 7 6 3 0

Pts 31 30 17 16 16 16 14 13 12 12 12 1

2002 School x-William & Mary George Mason Hofstra y-James Madison VCU Delaware UNCW Old Dominion Drexel Towson

W 8 7 6 5 5 4 3 2 1 1

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

2003 School x - Hofstra VCU Delaware y-William & Mary James Madison George Mason UNCW Towson Old Dominion Drexel

W 6 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 2 0

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

L 1 2 3 2 3 4 6 6 7 8

L 1 1 2 3 3 3 4 6 5 9

T 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 0

T 2 3 2 1 1 3 2 0 2 0

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GF/GA 12/5 18/9 9/7 14/8 15/11 9/11 9/13 8/10 6/12 6/20

2004 School x,y - VCU Hofstra William & Mary James Madison George Mason Old Dominion Delaware Towson UNCW Drexel

W 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 2 1 0

L 3 3 2 2 2 3 4 6 7 7

T 0 0 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2

GF/GA 22/7 15/8 16/9 15/7 17/12 13/11 9/10 10/19 8/22 6/26

2005 School x- VCU y - Hofstra Delaware James Madison Old Dominion William & Mary UNCW George Mason Towson Northeastern Georgia State Drexel

W 9 8 7 6 6 5 4 4 3 3 3 2

L 0 1 3 4 5 3 6 7 6 8 8 9

T 2 2 1 1 0 3 1 0 2 0 0 0

GF/GA 22/6 16/3 15/9 17/7 18/13 15/9 15/21 12/24 9/15 11/22 11/20 6/19

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE FINAL STANDINGS 2006 School x-William & Mary UNCW VCU y-Old Dominion Northeastern James Madison Hofstra George Mason Delaware Georgia State Drexel Towson

W 10 8 7 7 5 5 5 5 3 2 2 1

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

2007 School x-William & Mary y - Hofstra James Madison VCU UNCW Georgia State George Mason Delaware Towson Old Dominion Drexel Northeastern

W 9 9 8 7 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 2

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

L 0 3 3 4 3 4 5 5 7 8 9 9

L 1 2 2 3 5 6 6 7 7 7 7 7

T 1 0 1 0 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 1

T 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 2

GF/GA 29/9 21/8 17/12 15/15 16/12 17/12 10/11 15/17 9/16 10/18 5/23 2/13

GF/GA 22/4 16/6 22/13 17/7 16/14 16/19 17/14 17/23 7/17 10/23 5/16 6/15

1990-95 - North Atlantic Conference 1996-01 - America East Conference 2002-Present - Colonial Athletic Association

2008 School x-William & Mary James Madison UNCW Old Dominion Hofstra x - Northeastern VCU Georgia State Delaware Drexel George Mason Towson

W 9 8 8 7 7 6 5 4 4 2 2 1

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

2009 School x - Northeastern Hofstra y - UNCW George Mason James Madison William & Mary Delaware Old Dominion Towson Georgia State VCU Drexel

W 7 7 7 6 6 6 3 3 3 1 2 2

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

L 1 3 3 3 3 5 5 7 7 8 8 9

L 1 2 3 3 3 5 4 4 7 5 8 8

T 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1

T 3 2 1 2 2 0 4 4 1 5 1 1

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GF/GA 25/14 21/10 19/10 19/9 15/9 19/15 8/9 8/11 11/23 5/14 6/19 9/22

2010 School x - Hofstra y-James Madison George Mason Georgia State William & Mary UNCW Northeastern Delaware Drexel VCU Towson Old Dominion

W 11 9 7 6 6 6 4 4 3 2 2 2

L 0 2 4 4 4 5 6 6 7 7 8 9

T 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 0

GF/GA 29/8 25/8 16/14 18/14 16/16 11/15 16/17 12/17 13/16 11/17 10/20 14/29

2011 School William & Mary VCU Delaware George Mason Hofstra James Madison Northeastern Drexel Georgia State Towson Old Dominion UNCW

W 10 6 5 5 6 5 5 4 4 4 3 1

L 1 2 3 3 5 5 5 4 6 7 7 10

T 0 3 3 3 0 1 1 3 1 0 1 0

GF/GA 29/5 15/5 23/15 17/12 19/14 16/18 17/21 9/9 15/17 14/25 15/31 3/16

x - regular season champion y - tournamet champion

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORD NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS Air Force 0-0-1 Albany 1-0-0 Army 1-1-0 Baylor 0-1-0 Beaver College 1-0-0 Binghamton 2-0-0 Boston 1-7-0 Bowling Green 1-0-0 Bryn Mawr 1-0-0 Bucknell 2-0-0 Central Conn. State 0-0-1 Cornell 1-0-0 Delaware State 4-0-0 East Carolina 0-2-1 Essex Comm. College 1-0-0 Elon 0-0-1 Fairfield 0-2-0 Franklin & Marshall 1-0-0 George Mason 5-6-0 George Washington 0-3-1 Georgetown 0-3-0 Georgia State 4-3-0 Hartford 1-13-0 Howard 1-1-0 Iona 1-0-0 Kent State 0-0-1 Lafayette 6-1-0 LaSalle 6-7-0 Lehigh 9-0-1 LIU Brooklyn 1-0-0 Loyola (Ill.) 1-0-0 Loyola (Md.) 5-4-0 Maine 9-1-1 Marist 1-0-0 Marshall 2-0-0 Maryland 0-3-0 Mercer Comm. College 1-0-0 Monmouth 0-4-0 Morehead State 1-0-0 Mount St. Mary’s 3-0-0 Navy 0-3-0 New Hampshire 9-5-0 North Carolina State 0-2-0 Northern Colorado 0-1-0 Northern Iowa 1-0-0

Old Dominion 9-2-2 Penn 6-8-0 Penn State 1-2-1 Pittsburgh 0-1-0 Princeton 1-2-0 Providence 1-0-0 Purdue 0-1-0 Radford 2-0-1 Rhode Island 1-0-0 Richmond 0-1-0 Rutgers 1-2-0 Sacred Heart 1-0-0 Seton Hall 2-1-2 Siena 2-0-0 St. Bonaventure 0-1-0 St. Francis (Pa.) 5-0-0 St. John’s 1-2-0 St. Joseph’s 8-3-2 St. Peter’s 3-0-0 Stetson 1-0-0 Stonybrook 4-2-0 Temple 7-0-0 Texas-San Antonio 0-1-0 Trenton State 0-0-2 UMBC 10-5-0 UNC Charlotte 0-1-0 Vermont 4-7-0 Villanova 1-4-2 Virginia 0-2-0 Virginia Commonwealth 2-6-3 Virginia Tech 1-0-0 West Chester 3-0-0 Winthrop 1-0-0 Wright State 0-1-0 Wyoming 0-0-1 Yale 0-2-1 Bold – 2013 Opponent

CONFERENCE OPPONENTS

Drexel 12-2-2 Hofstra 6-15-0 James Madison 3-5-2 Northeastern 7-4-2 Towson 13-7-1 UNCW 7-5-1 William & Mary 2-9-2

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1990 (14-2-1) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Jenna Blackmon, Beth Walker Date Opponent Result 9/11 at Navy L, 0-1 9/15 Bucknell W, 3-1 9/19 Essex CC W, 1-0 9/20 Bryn Mawr W, 6-0 9/26 Loyola (MD) W, 4-0 9/29 at Towson W, 7-0 10/3 West Chester W, 7-0 10/6 at Franklin & Marshall W, 1-0 10/13 at La Salle W, 1-0 10/15 Beaver College W, 1-0(2OT) 10/17 Mercer CC W, 6-1 10/21 Penn State W, 5-0 10/24 at Trenton State T, 0-0(2OT) 10/27 at Lehigh W, 3-0 10/30 at UMBC L, 1-2 11/1 at Loyola (Md.) W, 4-1 11/3 at Lafayette W, 4-0 NOTE: 1990 schedule included some teams which did not have intercollegiate status (club teams).

1991 (8-7-1, 1-3 North Atlantic Conference) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Jenna Blackmon, Lara Bottone Date Opponent Result 9/7 Lafayette W, 5-1 9/11 at Trenton State T, 0-0 (2)T) 9/14 ^St. Bonaventure L, 0-1 9/15 ^St. Francis (PA) W, 4-2 9/17 at Bucknell W, 2-1 9/ 21 at *Hartford L, 0-5 9/22 at *Vermont L, 0-3 9/28 *New Hampshire L, 0-5 10/1 at Maryland L, 1-2 10/4 La Salle L, 0-1 10/7 Lehigh W, 3-1 10/19 at James Madison L, 0-5 10/26 *Maine W, 3-2 10/28 Pennsylvania W, 3-2(2OT) 10/30 UMBC + L 0-1

11/1

at Temple

W 3-0

* NAC games (4th place) ^ Niagara Tournament + Delaware forfeited game for use of ineligible player (UD won 1-0)

1992 (5-11-1, 0-4 NAC) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Jenna Blackmon, Ellen Weimer Date Opponent Result 9/9 at Lafayette L, 1-2 9/12 at St. John’s L, 0-1 9/13 at Stony Brook L, 0-2 9/17 Loyola (MD) L, 0-2 9/23 American W, 2-1 9/27 *No.4 Hartford L, 0-3 10/1 Maryland L, 0-4 10/3 Towson W 1-0 10/8 at Lehigh T, 2-2(2OT) 10/11 *Vermont L, 0-2 10/16 at *New Hampshire L, 1-2 10/18 at *Maine L, 0-1 10/21 at La Salle W, 2-1(2OT) 10/24 St. Francis (Pa.) W, 3-0 10/26 at Pennsylvania W, 1-0 10/28 at UMBC L, 0-1 11/3 Princeton L, 0-1 * NAC games (5th place)

1993 (11-6-1, 0-3-1 NAC) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Kristy Hendrickson, Julie Mastromonaco, Minnie Hudson Date Opponent Result 9/5 Loyola (IL) W, 3-1 9/8 Lafayette W, 3-1 9/14 at Loyola (MD) W, 2-1 9/20 Mount St. Mary’s W, 9-0 9/25 at *Hartford (5) L, 2-3 9/26 at* Vermont L, 0-1 10/1 at Villanova L, 0-2 10/3 St. John’s W, 3-0 10/5 at West Chester W, 4-0 10/9 *Maine 0-0(2OT)

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UMBC W, 3-0 *New Hampshire L, 0-2 Lehigh W, 7-1 at St. Francis (PA) W, 4-0 Pennsylvania W, 2-0 La Salle L.0-1(2OT) Stony Brook W, 2-1 at Rutgers L, 0-1

* NAC games (tie, 4th place)

1994 (16-2-1, 3-1 NAC) North Atlantic Conference Runner-Up Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Kristy Hendrickson, Julie Mastromonaco, Karen Rooney Date Opponent Result 9/3 ^Stony Brook W, 4-1 9/4 ^Iona W, 4-1 9/7 at Lafayette W, 2-0 9/12 West Chester W, 5-0 9/15 Loyola (MD) W, 2-1 9/18 *Hartford (9) L, 2-6 9/24 at Virginia Tech W, 3-1 9/25 at Radford W, 2-1 9/29 Villanova T, 1-1(2OT) 10/1 Rhode Island W, 5-0 10/5 at UMBC W, 2-0 10/9 *Vermont W, 3-1 10/14 at *New Hampshire W, 3-1 10/16 at *Maine W, 5-0 10/19 Rutgers W, 2-0 10/24 at Pennsylvania W, 4-1 10/26 at Lehigh W, 3-1 10/31 at La Salle W, 4-0 11/5 $at Hartford (7) L, 1-4 * NAC games (2nd place) ^ Seton Hall Tournament $ NAC Championship Game

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1995 (11-8, 4-2 NAC) North Atlantic Conference Runner-Up Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Stephanie Shoening, Julie Mastromonaco, Katie Nietubicz Date Opponent Result 9/4 at Penn State L, 3-5 9/6 Lafayette W, 5-0 9/16 at Monmouth L, 0-1 9/19 Temple W, 3-2 9/28 at *Hartford L, 1-3 9/30 at *Vermont L, 0-4 10/4 UMBC W, 4-0 10/7 at Villanova L, 0-1 10/9 Radford W, 4-0 10/12 at Loyola (MD) L, 1-2 10/15 *Towson W, 4-1 10/18 La Salle W, 4-0 10/22 at *Hofstra W, 6-0 10/25 Pennsylvania L, 0-1(2OT) 10/27 *New Hampshire W, 3-0 10/29 *Maine W, 4-1 10/31 St. Peter’s W, 3-0 11/3 ^New Hampshire W, 2-0 11/5 ^at Hartford L, 0-3(2OT)

* NAC games (2nd place) ^ NAC Tournament (West Hartford, CT)

1996 (10-9-1, 4-3 America East) America East Runner-up Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Stephanie Schoening, Katie Nietubicz Date Opponent Result 8/31 at No. 6 Virginia L, 1-6 9/8 No. 17 Penn State T, 2-2(2OT)

9/11 9/14 9/15 9/18 9/28 10/6 10/9 10/11 10/15 10/18 10/24 10/26 10/29 10/31 11/2 11/5 11/8 11/10

Loyola (MD) W, 3-2(2OT) #Monmouth L, 2-3(2OT) #Yale L, 1-2(2OT) at Temple W, 4-1 *Hofstra W, 3-1 *Vermont L, 0-1 Villanova W, 3-1 at Towson W, 1-0 Princeton W, 1-0 *Hartford W, 3-1 at *New Hampshire L, 0-1 at *Maine W, 3-1 No. 23 GWU L, 1-2(2OT) at St. Peter’s W, 3-0 ^*Boston University L, 0-1 at Pennsylvania L, 1-2 #New Hampshire W, 3-0 #Towson L, 1-2(4OT)

* America East game (3rd place) # America East Tournament (Burlington, VT) ^ at Western Connecticut State # Colgate Classic

1997 (10-9-1, 5-4 America East) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Beth Gregory, Nikki Winn, Kate Townsey Date Opponent Result 8/30 at UMBC W, 4-1 9/6 Monmouth L, 1-3 9/10 Temple W, 4-1 9/12 at No. 20 Penn State L, 1-6 9/16 St. Peter’s W, 4-1 9/19 ^Old Dominion W, 3-1 9/21 ^at No. 9 William & Mary L, 1-5 9/24 at Villanova T, 2-2(2OT) 9/27 Stetson W, 3-0 10/3 at *Maine W, 2-1 10/5 at *New Hampshire W, 2-1 10/10 *No. 8 Hartford L, 0-2 10/12 *Vermont W, 1-0 10/18 at *Hofstra L, 2-3 10/24 *Drexel W, 2-0 10/26 *Towson L, 0-1 10/28 Pennsylvania L, 0-1 10/31 at *BostonU niversity L, 1-4

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* America East games (4th place) # America East Tour. (Burlington, VT) ^ William & Mary Tournament

W, 6-1 L, 0-5

1998 (5-12-1, 4-5 America East) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Allison Martin, Tracy Cantwell, Cate Harrison Date Opponent Result 9/6 UMBC W, 2-0 9/9 Villanova L, 1-2(OT) 9/12 #East Carolina L, 0-5 9/13 #Radford T  1-1(2OT) 9/19 at Monmouth L, 0-3 9/23 La Salle L 0-2 9/27 Fairfield L 0-2 9/30 Loyola (MD) L, 0-1 10/2 *Maine W, 1-0 10/4 *New Hampshire L, 2-4 10/8 at *Hofstra W, 2-1 10/13 at Pennsylvania L, 0-9 10/16 at *Hartford L, 0-4 10/18 at *Vermont L, 1-2 10/23 *Boston University L, 1-2(OT) 10/25 Northeastern W, 3-0 10/30 at *Drexel W, 4-1 11/1 *Towson L, 1-4 * America East games (tie, 5th place) # University of Delaware Classic

1999 (8-9-1, 6-3 America East) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Cate Harrison, Tracy Cantwell, Erin Klene Date Opponent Result 9/5 at La Salle W, 4-3(OT) 9/7 at UMBC L, 2-3(OT) 9/10 #Wright State L, 0-1(OT) 9/12 #at Purdue L, 1-4 9/15 Marist W, 3-1 9/19 Saint Joseph’s L, 2-3 9/25 at *Towson W, 1-0(OT) 9/29 at *Hofstra L, 0-1 48


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+at No. 18 Richmond L, 0-2 +Va. CommonwealthT, 1-1(2OT) *Drexel W, 2-0 at *Maine W, 5-1 at *New Hampshire W, 2-0 *Boston University L, 0-2 *Northeastern W, 4-1 at *Hartford (RV) L, 0-3 at *Vermont W, 1-0(2OT) $at Hartford L, 1-3

* America East games (4th place) $ America East Tournament (West Hartford, CT) # Purdue Tournament + Richmond Tournament

2000 (11-7-1, 4-5 America East) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Mandy Merritt, Stephanie Schmucker, Sara Wilson, Lisa Valoris Date Opponent Result 8/5 at La Salle W, 4-3(OT) 8/29 at UMBC W, 3-0 9/1 Kent State T, 0-0(2OT) 9/5 La Salle W, 2-1(OT) 9/8 Pennsylvania W, 2-0 9/10 Lehigh W, 1-0(2OT) 9/12 at Temple W, 5-1 9/15 #UNC Wilmington W, 1-0 9/17 #East Carolina L, 0-1 9/20 at Saint Joseph’s W, 3-1 9/24 *Vermont W 1-0(OT) 9/29 *Towson L, 0-1(2OT) 10/3 at Princeton L, 0-3 10/6 *Hartford L, 0-2 10/13 at *Hofstra L, 2-5 10/17 at *Drexel W, 3-0 10/20 *Maine W, 4-0 10/22 *New Hampshire W, 2-1 10/27 *Boston University L, 0-3 10/29 at *Northeastern L, 0-1 * America East games (6th place) # UNC Wilmington Tournament

2001 (11-8-1, 5-5-1 America East) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Megan McFadden, Stacey Lukens, Sara Wilson Date Opponent Result 9/1 at UMBC W, 5-2 9/5 Saint Joseph’s W, 1-0 9/9 at Pennsylvania L, 4-6 9/14 ^Utah State Ccd. 9/15 ^Weber State Ccd. 9/21 at *Hartford L, 1-2(2OT) 9/23 at *Vermont L, 1-2(OT) 9/26 at Lehigh W, 3-1 10/3 George Mason L, 2-3 10/5 *Northeastern W, 4-2 10/7 *Boston University L, 1-3 10/10 Old Dominion W, 3-2(2OT) 10/12 *Albany W, 3-0 10/14 *Stony Brook L, 0-1 10/19 *Hofstra W, 3-0 10/21 *Drexel T, 1-1(2OT) 10/24 Mount St. Mary’s W, 2-0 10/26 at *Maine W, 2-0 10/28 at *New Hampshire W, 2-0 11/3 at *Towson L, 0-3 11/6 #New Hampshire W, 1-0 11/9 #at Boston U. L, 0-1(2OT) * America East games (4th place) ^ Weber State Tournament at Ogden, UT­(Cancelled/Sept. 11 tragedies) # America East Tournament (Boston, MA)

2002 (9-9-1, 4-4-1 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Maria Pollaro, Ginna Lewing, Brittany Campbell Date Opponent Result 8/30 at La Salle L, 0-4 9/4 at SaintJoseph’s W, 2-1 9/8 at Rutgers L, 0-2

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Lehigh W, 2-0 at Mount St. Mary’s W, 6-1 UMBC L, 0-1 St. Francis (PA) W, 4-2 *Towson W, 1-0 *UNC Wilmington W, 3-0 *VCU T, 0-0(2OT) at *James Madison L, 0-2 at *George Mason L, 1-2(2OT) Pennsylvania W, 1-0 Navy L, 0-2 *Old Dominion W, 2-0 *William & Mary L, 0-1 at *Drexel W, 5-0 at *Hofstra L, 0-3 #at Hofstra. L, 0-1(OT)

* CAA games (6th place) # CAA Playoff First Round

2003 (10-6-3, 5-2-2 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Ginna Lewing, Caryn Blood, Maria Pollaro Date Opponent Result 8/29 Saint Joseph’s W, 4-0 9/2 at UMBC W, 3-0 9/5 #UNC Charlotte L, 1-3 9/7 #East Carolina T, 1-1(2OT) 9/12 ^North Carolina State L, 1-3 9/14 ^Boston University W, 2-1 9/19 Howard W, 6-0 9/26 *Hofstra L, 0-1(2OT) 9/28 *Drexel W, 1-0 10/3 at *William & Mar T, 1-1(2OT) 10/5 at *Old Dominion W, 1-0 10/10 at Navy L, 2-3(2OT) 10/18 at *Towson W, 2-1 10/21 at St. Francis (Pa.) W, 1-0 10/24 *George Mason T, 0-0(2OT) 10/26 *James Madison W, 1-0 10/30 at *Va. Commonwealth L, 1-4 11/1 at *UNC Wilmington W, 2-0 11/4 &George Mason L, 1-2

* Colonial Athletic Association game (3rd) # UNC Charlotte Tournament ^ George Mason Tournament & CAA Tournament Quarterfinal

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2004 (9-6-3, 4-4-1 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Christine Wrightson, Christina Martinik, Lindsey Shover Date Opponent Result 8/27 Saint Joseph’s W, 1-0 (2OT) 8/29 Seton Hall T, 0-0 (2OT) 9/3 at #Wyoming T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/5 #Northern Colorado L, 1-2 9/10 ^Stony Brook W, 2-1 9/12 ^Bowling Green W, 2-0 9/17 UMBC W, 3-0 9/19 at Temple W, 3-0 9/24 *William & Mary L, 1-2 9/26 *Old Dominion T, 0-0 (2OT) 10/1 at *Hofstra L, 1-2 10/3 at *Drexel W, 1-0 10/5 at Howard L, 1-2 10/15 *VCU W, 2-1 10/17 *UNC Wilmington W, 2-1 10/22 *Towson W, 2-0 10/28 at *James Madison L, 0-2 10/30 at *George Mason L, 0-2 * Colonial Athletic Association Game (7th) # Wyoming Tournament ^ Navy Tournament

2005 (10-6-4, 7-3-1 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Mary Beth Creed, Shelby Lawrence, Lindsey Shover Date Opponent Result 8/26 at Saint Joseph’s W, 1-0 8/28 at Seton Hall T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/2 !Elon T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/4 !North Carolina State L, 1-2 9/9 Temple W, 4-0 9/16 #Northern Iowa W, 3-2 (2OT) 9/18 #Georgetown L, 0-2 9/24 *Drexel W, 1-0 (2OT) 9/30 at *Northeastern W, 2-1 10/2 *Hofstra L 0-2 10/7 at *Old Dominion W, 3-2 10/9 at *William & Mary L, 1-2

10/14 *VCU L, 0-1 10/16 *James Madison W, 1-0 10/21 at *George Mason W, 1-0 10/23 at *Towson T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/27 *UNC Wilmington W, 2-0 10/29 *Georgia State W, 3-0 11/1 ^William & Mary T, 1-1 (3OT) 11/4 ^Hofstra L, 1-2

* Colonial Athletic Association Game (3rd) ! North Carolina State Tournament # Delaware Blue Hen Adidas Classic ^ CAA Tournament

2006 (8-8-3, 3-7-1 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Lindsay Boyd, Lauren Petchel Date Opponent Result 8/25 Saint Joseph’s W, 1-0 8/27 Seton Hall W, 4-1 9/1 #Morehead State W, 2-0 9/3 #Marshall W, 5-0 9/8 ^Yale T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/10 ^Lehigh W, 2-1 9/15 %Fairfield L, 2-4 9/17 %Air Force T, 0-0 (2OT) 9/22 *Old Dominion W, 3-1 9/24 *William & Mary L, 2-4 9/29 at *VCU L, 0-1 10/1 *at James Madiso W, 1-0 (2OT) 10/6 *George Mason L, 0-1 10/8 *Towson W, 1-0 10/13 at *UNCW L, 0-2 10/15 at *Georgia State L, 0-2 10/20 *Northeastern T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/22 at *Hofstra L, 0-2 10/27 at *Drexel L, 1-2 * Colonial Athletic Association games (9th Place) # Thundering Herd Invitational hosted by Marshall University ^ Delaware Adidas Blue Hen Classic % BAE Systems/ Army Tournament

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2007 (8-10, 4-7 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Emily Sammis, E.J. Goldman Date Opponent Result 8/31 at #9 Virginia L, 0-4 9/2 Saint Joseph’s W, 7-0 9/7 Marshall W, 2-0 9/9 at Seton Hall W, 1-0 9/16 at Georgetown L, 1-3 9/21 at Texas - San Antonio W, 2-0 9/23 at Baylor L, 1-2 (2OT) 9/28 at *Old Dominion W, 3-1 9/30 at *William & Mary L, 1-2 10/5 *VCU L, 0-2 10/7 *James Madison L, 2-3 10/12 at *George Mason W, 3-2 10/14 at *Towson L, 0-1 10/19 *UNC Wilmington L, 2-3 10/21 *Georgia State W, 4-3 10/26 at *Northeastern L, 1-4 10/28 *Hofstra L, 0-2 11/1 *Drexel W, 1-0

* Colonial Athletic Association games (8th Place)

2008 (7-10-1, 4-7 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Alli D’Amico, Erin Lensky, Dana Rodgers Date Opponent Result 8/29 %Lafayette W, 1-0 8/31 %St. John’s L, 0-1 9/5 vs. $Cen. Conn. T, 0-0 (2OT) 9/7 vs. $Winthrop W, 2-0 9/12 vs. !Sacred Heart W, 5-1 9/14 at !Yale L, 0-3 9/19 at Saint Joseph’s L, 1-2 9/26 at *Hofstra L, 0-1 9/28 *Northeastern W, 2-0 10/3 *William & Mary L, 1-2 (OT) 10/5 *Old Dominion L, 0-2 10/10 at *James Madison L, 0-3 10/12 at *VCU L, 1-2 (OT) 10/17 *Towson W, 2-0 10/19 *George Mason W, 3-0 50


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L, 1-2 L, 0-1 W, 1-0

* Colonial Athletic Association games (8th Place) % Blue Hen Classic $ Navy Tournament ! Yale Tournament

2009 (6-6-5, 3-5-3 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Megan Delaney, Ilyssa Friedman, Kasie Shover Date Opponent Result 8/28 Binghamton W, 3-0 8/30 Providence W, 1-0 (OT) 9/6 Saint Joseph’s T, 0-0 (2OT) 9/13 at Villanova L, 0-2 9/18 Delaware State W, 7-0 9/20 at La Salle L, 0-1 9/24 *Hofstra L, 2-3 9/27 at *Northeastern T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/2 at *William & Mary W, 1-0 10/4 at *Old Dominion T, 0-0 (2OT) 10/9 *James Madison T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/11 *VCU W, 1-0 10/16 at *Towson L, 1-2 10/18 at *George Mason L, 0-1 10/23 *Georgia State T, 0-0 (2OT) 10/25 *UNC Wilmington L, 0-1 10/30 *Drexel W, 1-0

2010

2011

(8-10-1, 4-6-1 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captain: Ilyssa Friedman Date Opponent Result 8/22 at Delaware State W, 7-0 8/28 Army L, 0-1 9/3 at Cornell W, 2-1 9/5 at Binghamton W, 1-0 (OT) 9/8 at UMBC W, 2-1 9/12 at #8 Maryland L, 1-4 9/17 %La Salle L, 1-2 (OT) 9/19 %George Washington L, 1-2 9/24 at *UNC Wilmington L, 0-1 9/26 at *Georgia State W, 3-2 10/1 *Northeastern L, 2-3 10/3 at *Hofstra L, 0-2 10/8 *Old Dominion L, 1-2 (OT) 10/10 *William & Mary T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/15 at *VCU L, 1-2 10/17 at *James Madison L, 0-4 10/22 *George Mason W, 1-0 10/24 *Towson W, 1-0 10/30 at *Drexel W, 2-0

(10-7-4, 5-3-3 Colonial Athletic Association) Head Coach: Scott Grzenda Captains: Amy Pickard, Stacie Dulkis, Taylor Thompson Date Opponent Result 8/21 La Salle L, 0-2 8/26 vs. %Stony Brook W, 3-0 8/28 vs. %Pittsburgh L, 0-1 9/2 at Saint Joseph’s T, 1-1 (2OT) 9/4 at Penn L, 0-2 9/9 Siena W, 4-1 9/16 Delaware State W, 2-0 9/18 at Army W, 2-1 9/25 *Georgia State L, 1-2 (OT) 9/29 at *Northeastern W, 3-0 10/2 *Hofstra W, 3-2 10/7 at *Old Dominion W, 3-1 10/9 at *William & Mary L, 1-2 10/14 *VCU T, 1-1 (2OT) 10/16 *James Madison T, 2-2 (2OT) 10/21 at *George Mason L, 0-2 10/23 at *Towson W, 4-2 10/28 vs. *UNCW (Richmond, Va.) W, 4-0 10/30 *Drexel T, 1-1 (2OT) 11/3 vs. $Hofstra W, 1-0 11/4 at &William & Mary L, 1-2

* Colonial Athletic Association games (7th Place) % Blue Hen Classic

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ALL-TIME STATISTICS Season

GP

G

A

Pts.

Shots

GWG

GP

Min.

GA

GAA

1990

17

54

6

114

344

14

0-0

1990

17

1590

6

0.34

46

.885

13

1991

16

25

23

73

215

7

0-0

1991

16

14700

31

1.90

103

.769

3

1992

17

13

10

36

302

5

0-0

1992

17

1590

25

1.42

69

.734

3

1993

18

44

33

121

251

11

0-0

1993

18

1680

15

0.80

111

.881

7

1994

19

57

54

168

236

16

0-0

1994

19

1740

20

1.03

88

.815

7

1995

19

47

35

129

278

11

1-1

1995

19

1770

24

1.22

78

.765

0

1996

19

36

23

95

280

10

1-1

1996

19

2001

29

1.30

156

.843

4

1997

20

39

29

107

367

10

0-0

1997

20

1830

39

1.92

106

.731

3

1998

18

19

16

54

232

5

0-0

1998

18

1673:11

43

2.31

89

.674

3.1

1999

18

29

24

82

239

8

1-1

1999

18

1638:46

29

1.59

68

.701

4

2000

19

29

27

85

253

11

0-0

2000

19

1812:58

20

0.99

94

.825

8

2001

20

39

35

113

300

11

0-0

2001

20

1903:35

29

1.37

112

.794

7

2002

19

27

21

75

237

9

0-0

2002

19

1758:51

22

1.13

97

.815

7

2003

19

31

21

83

227

10

0-0

2003

19

1796:53

20

1.00

72

.783

7

2004

18

23

20

66

227

9

1-1

2004

18

1709:06

16

0.84

85

.842

8

2005

20

28

18

74

288

10

1-2

2005

20

1925:49

20

0.93

109

.845

7

2006

19

26

14

66

200

8

1-1

2006

19

1727:34

26

1.35

105

.802

6

2007

18

31

19

81

208

7

2-4

2007

18

1630:28

32

1.77

96

.750

5

2008

18

20

13

53

190

7

1-2

2008

18

1708:07

20

1.05

93

.823

7

2009

17

19

11

49

220

6

0-0

2009

17

1633:20

12

0.66

73

.859

8

2010

19

27

23

77

214

8

1-1

2010

19

1746:02

28

1.44

99

.780

6

2011

21

37

34

108

302

10

1-1

2011

21

1968:44

25

1.14

103

.805

5

2012

18

17

13

47

277

9

0-0

2012

18

1684:39

18

0.96

64

.780

7

Total

426

717

522

212

11-15

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Career Records Points

106 97 92 73 67 59 51 45 43 41

Goals per game (min. 5 games)

Beth Hatt (43g, 20a) 1993-96 Kristy Hendrickson (33g 31a) 1991-94 Beth Gregory (36g 20a) 1994-97 Amy Pickard (25g 23a) 2007-11 Ali Miller (29g 9a) 2009-12 Brittany Campbell (24g 11a) 1999-02 Caitlyn Germain (18g 15a) 2005-09 Caryn Blood (13g 19a) 2001-03 Fran Termini (19g 5a) 2001-03 Alli D’Amico (16g 9a) 2004-08

0.57 Beth Hatt (75 games 1993-96 0.47 - Kristy Hendrickson (70 games)1991-94 0.47 - Beth Gregory (77 games) 1994-97 0.47 - Karen Roeber (30 games) 1990-91 0.43 - Deb Flowers (14 games) 1993 0.41 - Ali Miller (71 games) 2009-12 0.40 - Mandy Meritt (20 games) 1997 0.40 - Brittany Campbell (60 games)1999-02 0.37 - Francesca Termini (19 games) 2000 0.37 - Michelle Loux (19 games) 1995

Points per game (min. 5 games)

1.41 Beth Hatt (75 games) 1993-96 1.39 Kristy Hendrickson (70 games) 1991-94 1.27 Karen Roeber (30 games) 1990-91 1.21 - Michelle Loux (19 games) 1995 1.19 - Beth Gregory (77 games) 1994-97 1.00 - Deb Flowers (14 games) 1993 1.00 - Amy Pickard (73 games) 2007-11 0.98 - Brittany Campbell (60 games) 1999-02 0.95 - Mandy Meritt (20 games) 1997 0.94 - Ali Miller (71 games) 2009-12

Goals 43 36 33 29 25 24 19 18 18 16

Beth Hatt Beth Gregory Kristy Hendrickson Ali Miller Amy Pickard Brittany Campbell Fran Termini Kelly Walker Caitlyn Germain Alli D’Amico

1993-96 1994-97 1991-94 2009-12 2007-11 1999-02 2001-03 1996-99 2005-09 2004-08

Assists 31 23 20 20 19 16 15 15 14 12 12 12

Kristy Hendrickson Amy Pickard Beth Hatt Beth Gregory Caryn Blood Kate Townsley Ginette Buffone Caitlyn Germain Megan McFadden Melissa Kunisky Mandy Merritt Stephanie Schoening

1991-94 2007-11 1993-96 1994-97 2001-03 1994-97 2001--01,03 2005-09 1997-01 2002-05 1998-00 1993-96

Shots Attempted

202 Beth Hatt (43 goals) 1993-96 201 Caitlyn Germain (18 goals) 2005-09 176 Ali Miller (29 goals) 2009-12 170 Beth Gregory (36 goals) 1994-97 146 Brittany Campbell (24 goals) 1999-02 140 Caryn Blood (13 goals) 2001-03 135 Mandy Merritt (11 goals) 1998-00 132 Fran Termini (19 goals) 2001-03 122 Tania Domingos (5 goals) 2009-11,11-12 121 - Kristy Hendrickson (33 goals) 1991-94 Brittany Campbell

Game-Winning Goals 15 9 9 9 9 8 6 6 6 15

Beth Hatt Brittany Campbell Ali Miller Amy Pickard Kristy Hendrickson Alli D’Amico Fran Termini Caitlyn Germain Caryn Blood Jenna Blackmon

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Shots on Goal

1993-96 1999-02 2009-12 2007-11 1991-94 2004-08 2001-03 2005-09 2001-03 1990-92

128 62 58 43 42 40 39 32 27 23

Ali Miller (29 goals) 2009-12 Caitlyn Germain (18 goals) 2005-09 Tania Domingos (5 goals) 2009-11,11-12 Kristy Hendrickson (33 goals) 1991-94 Amy Pickard (25 goals) 2007-11 Alli D’Amico (16 goals) 2004-08 Stacie Dulkis (13 goals) 2008-11 Chelsea Duffy (6 goals) 2010-12 Jenna Blackmon (11 goals) 1990-92 Shelby Lawrence (6 goals) 2002-05

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Career Records Penalty Kicks Made 2 2 2 1 1

Caitlyn Germain Amy Pickard Jennifer Krepps Lauren Petchel Alli D’Amico

Saves

353 Melissa Kulp 244 Lindsay Shover 214 Breanna Stemler 186 Rachel Bersin 184 Sheena Hunter 173 Bonnie Mills 120 Annie Bevan 103 Andrea Lunn 88 Alison Martin 77 Allison Martin

Saves Pct. (min. 5 games) 2005-09 2007-11 2002-05 2003-04,06 2004-08

1993-96 2002-05 2008-11 1999-01 1990-93 2003-06 2006,08-09 2000-03 1997 1995-96,98

.889 Janine Corcoran 1992-95 .889 Christine Servan 1999 .882 Jess Figueroa 2012 .841 Lindsay Shover 2002-05 .828 - Annie Bevan 2006,08-09 .815 B.J. Kish 1990 .812 Bonnie Mills 2003-06 .810 Melissa Kulp 1993-96 .799 - Breanna Stemler 2008-11 .786 - Andrea Lunn 2000-03

Goals Against Avg. (min. 5 games)

Saves Per Game (min. 5 games) 5.18 Alison Martin 4.71 Melissa Kulp 4.52 Lindsay Shover 4.46 Breanna Stemler 4.44 Bonnie Mills 4.33 Rachel Bersin 4.29 Andrea Lunn 4.29 Annie Bevan 4.00 Jeanne DiNardo 3.85 Allison Martin

1997 1993-96 2002-05 2008-11 2003-06 1999-01 2000-03 2006,08-09 1996-97 1995-96,98

23 Lindsay Shover 20.1 Melissa Kulp 13 Rachel Bersin 12.1 Breanna Stemler 12 Annie Bevan 10 Bonnie Mills 10.0 Sheena Hunter 8. 6 Andrea Lunn 5.1 Jessica Levy 3.1 Allison Martin

Games Played

Brenna Stemler

Annie Bevan

Most Shutouts

0.25 Janine Corcoran 1992-95 0.49 Christine Servan 1999 0.54 Jess Figueroa 2012 0.70 B.J. Kish 1990 0.86 Lindsay Shover 2002-05 1.04 Annie Bevan 2006,08-09 1.12 - Bonnie Mills 2003-06 1.13 Melissa Kulp 1993-96 1.14 Breanna Stemler 2008-11 1.22 Sheena Hunter 1990-93

Wins

47 24 20 19 12 10 10 8 8 7

Melissa Kulp 1993-96 Lindsay Shover 2002-05 Rachel Bersin 1999-01 Breanna Stemler 2008-11 Bonnie Mills 2003-06 Annie Bevan 2006,08-09 Andrea Lunn 2000-03 Jessica Levy 2010-12 Alison Martin 1997 Sheena Hunter 1990-93

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Tania Domingos Megan McFadden Beth Gregory Ginna Lewing Melissa Kunisky Shelby Lawrence Beth Hatt Nikki Winn Kate Townsley Alli D’Amico Kendall Lytwynec

2002-05 1993-96 1999-01 2008-11 2006,08-09 2003-06 1990-93 2000-03 2010-12 1995-96,98

2009-11,11-12 1997-01 1994-97 2000-03 2002-05 2002-05 1993-96 1994-97 1994-97 2004-08 2004-07

Tania Domingos

Goalie Games Played 75 54 50 48 43 39 28 24 20 20

Melissa Kulp Lindsay Shover Sheena Hunter Breanna Stemler Rachel Bersin Bonnie Mills Annie Bevan Andrea Lunn Jessica Levy Allison Martin

1993-96 2002-05 1990-93 2008-11 1999-01 2003-06 2006,08-09 2000-03 2010-12 1995-96,98 55


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Season Records Points 41 31 31 30 30 30 30 28 28 25 25

Kristy Hendrickson (14g 13a) 1994 Beth Gregory (13g 5a) 1995 Karen Roeber (12g 7a) 1990 Kristy Hendrickson (10g 10a) 1993 Beth Hatt (11g 8a) 1995 Ali Miller (14g 2a) 2011 Beth Gregory (12g 6a) 1994 Beth Hatt (12g 4a) 1994 Amy Pickard (10g 8a) 2011 Beth Hatt (11g 3a) 1996 Brittany Campbell (10g 5a) 2000

Points per game (min. 5 games)

2.16 Kristy Hendrickson 1994 1.94 Karen Roeber 1990 1.67 Beth Hatt 1995 1.67 Kristy Hendrickson 1993 1.63 Beth Gregory 1995 1.58 Beth Gregory 1994 1.47 Beth Hatt 1994 1.43 Ali Miller 2011 1.33 Amy Pickard 2011 1.32 Brittany Campbell 2000

Goals 14 14 13 12 12 12 11 11 10 10 10

Ali Miller 2011 Kristy Hendrickson 1994 Beth Gregory 1995 Beth Hatt 1994 Beth Gregory 1994 Karen Roeber 1990 Beth Hatt 1995 Beth Hatt 1996 Brittany Campbell 2000 Amy Pickard 2011 Kristy Hendrickson 1993

Game-Winning Goals 7 6 4 4 3

Beth Hatt 1994 Beth Hatt 1995 Ali Miller 2011 Brittany Campbell 2001 15 tied

Assists 13 12 11 10 10 9 8 8 7 6

Kristy Hendrickson 1994 Amy Pickard 2010 Ginette Buffone 2001 Caryn Blood 2003 Kristy Hendrickson 1993 Michelle Loux 1995 Amy Pickard 2011 Beth Hatt 1995 Karen Roeber 1990 5 tied

Shots Attempted 74 73 63 62 62 58 57 56 56 54 54

Caitlyn Germain (5 goals) 2005 Ali Miller (7 goals) 2012 Beth Gregory (13 goals) 1995 Brittany Campbell (9 goals) 2001 Beth Hatt (11 goals) 1996 Karen Roeber (12 goals) 1990 Mandy Merritt (5 goals) 1998 Beth Hatt (12 goals) 1994 Mandy Merritt (6 goals) 1999 Mandy Meritt (8 goals) 1997 Caryn Blood (0 goals) 2002

Shots on Goal 54 43 39 27 27 27 22 20 19 17

Ali Miller (14 goals) 2011 Kristy Hendrickson (10 goals) 1993 Ali Miller (7 goals) 2012 Ali Miller (6 goals) 2010 Caitlyn Germain (5 goals) 2005 Jenna Blackmon (3 goals) 1992 Amy Pickard (10 goals) 2011 Caitlyn Germain (3 goals) 2008 Amy Pickard (4 goals) 2008 5 tied

Caitlin Germain

Penalty Kicks Made 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

Ali Miller

Caitlyn Germain 2007 Jennifer Krepps 2004 Lauren Petchel 2006 Jennifer Krepps 2005 Amy Pickard 2010 Amy Pickard 2011 Alli D’Amico 2008

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Season Records Saves 152 109 100 99 98 88 79 73 70 70

Melissa Kulp 1996 Sheena Hunter 1991 Lindsay Shover 2005 Bonnie Mills 2006 Breanna Stemler 2011 Alison Martin 1997 Melissa Kulp 1993 Allison Martin 1998 Breanna Stemler 2010 Melissa Kulp 1995

Saves Per Game (min. 5 games)

7.60 Melissa Kulp 1996 6.81 Sheena Hunter 1991 6.00 Rachel Bersin 2001 5.21 Allison Martin 1998 5.21 Bonnie Mills 2006 5.18 Alison Martin 1997 5.08 Lindsay Shover 2002 5.00 Lindsay Shover 2005 4.90 Bonnie Mills 2004 4.89 Breanna Stemler 2008

Goals Against Avg. (min. 5 games) Games Played 0.10 Sheena Hunter 1990 0.35 Andrea Lunn 2003 0.49 Christine Servan 1999 0.49 Lindsay Shover 2004 0.54 Jess Figueroa 2012 0.66 Annie Bevan 2009 0.70 B.J. Kish 1990 0.81 Breanna Stemler 2009 0.82 Breanna Stemler 2008 0.83 Janine Corcoran 1994

Taylor Thompson 2011 Polly Reinicker 2011 Ali Miller 2011 Tania Domingos 2011 Dianna Marinaro 2011 Amy Pickard 2011 Chelsea Duffy 2011 Tania Domingos 2011 33 tied

Wins 16 11 10 10 10 10 8 8 8 7

Melissa Kulp 1994 Melissa Kulp 1995 Melissa Kulp 1996 Lindsay Shover 2005 Breanna Stemler 2011 Melissa Kulp 1993 Allison Martin 1997 Bonnie Mills 2006 Rachel Bersin 2000 4 tied

Dianna Merinaro

Goalie Games Played 21 20 20 19 19 19 17 17 17 17

Saves Pct. (min. 5 games)

1.000 Janine Corcoran 1995 1.000 Andrea Lunn 2000 1.000 Bonnie Mills 2005 .960 Sheena Hunter 1990 .929 Andrea Lunn 2003 .889 Christine Servan 1999 .882 Jess Figueroa 2012 .875 Lindsay Shover 2004 .863 Breanna Stemler 2008 .861 Annie Bevan 2009

21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 20

Breanna Stemler 2011 Lindsay Shover 2005 Melissa Kulp 1996 Bonnie Mills 2006 Melissa Kulp 1995 Melissa Kulp 1994 Melissa Kulp 1993 Alison Martin 1997 Rachel Bersin 1999 Sheena Hunter 1990

Most Shutouts 9 7.1 7 7 7 6 5.1 5 5 5

Lindsay Shover 2005 Melissa Kulp 1995 Melissa Kulp 1994 Annie Bevan 2009 Rachel Bersin 2000 Lindsay Shover 2002 Jessica Levy 2012 Breanna Stemler 2010 Annie Bevan 2008 Lindsay Shover 2004

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TEAM RECORDS Season Records Points

168 (57g 54a) 129 (47g 35a) 121 (44g 33a) 114 (54g 6a) 113 (39g 35a) 108 (37g 34a) 107 (39g 29a) 95 (36g 23a) 85 (29g 27a) 83 (31g 21a)

Assists 1994 1995 1993 1990 2001 2011 1997 1996 2000 2003

Penalty Kicks Made

54 1994 35 2001 35 1995 34 2011 33 1993 29 1997 27 2000 24 1999 23 1991 23 1996 23 2010

Points per game (min. 5 games)

8.84 (19 games) 6.79 (19 games) 6.72 (18 games) 6.71 (17 games) 5.65 (20 games) 5.35 (20 games) 5.14 (21 games) 5.00 (19 games) 4.56 (16 games) 4.56 (18 games)

Goals

57 54 47 44 39 39 37 36 31 31

1994 1995 1993 1990 2001 1997 2011 1996 1991 1999

1994 1990 1995 1993 2001 1997 2011 1996 2003 2007

2 1

Saves

56 112 111 106 105 103 103 99 97 96

Saves Per Game

1993 Team

Shots Attempted 344 (54 goals)

300 (39 goals) 288 (28 goals) 280 (36 goals) 278 (47 goals) 277 (17 goals) 267 (39 goals) 254 (29 goals) 251 (44 goals) 239 (29 goals)

Shots on Goal 150 (37 goals)

120 (17 goals) 118 (28 goals) 105 (27 goals) 97 (20 goals) 97 (19 goals) 96 (23 goals)

1990 2001 2005 1996 1995 2012 1997 2000 1993 1999

2011 2012 2005 2010 2008 2009 2004

8.21 (19 games) 6.44 (16 games) 6.17 (18 games) 5.60 (20 games) 5.53 (19 games) 5.33 (18 games) 5.30 (20 games) 5.21 (19 games) 5.17 (18 games) 5.11 (19 games)

2007 9 tied

1996 2001 1993 1997 2006 2011 1991 2010 2002 2007

1996 1991 1993 2001 2006 2007 1997 2010 2008 2002

Save Pct.

.885 1990 .881 1993 .859 2009 .843 1996 .842 2004 .825 2000 .823 2008 .815 2002 .815 1994 .805 2011

1994 Team

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TEAM RECORDS Goals Against Avg. 0.34 0.66 0.80 0.84 0.96 0.99 1.00 1.03 1.05 1.13

Wins

1990 2009 1993 2004 2012 2000 2003 1994 2008 2002 1991 Team

16 (16-2-1) 14 (14-2-1) 11 (11-6-1) 11 (11-8-1) 11 (11-7-1) 11 (11-8-0) 10 (10-9-1) 10 (10-6-3) 10 (10-7-4) 10 (10-9-1)

Most Shutouts 13 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7

Games Played 21 20 20 20 19

1994 1990 1993 2001 2000 1995 1997 2003 2011 1996

1990 2009 2000 2004 1994 2012 2002 1993 2003 2008

2011 2001 1997 2005 8 tied

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DR. PATRICK HARKER PRESIDENT CAREER RESUME/HIGHLIGHTS 1983-84 University of California, Santa Barbara 1984-87 University of Pennsylvania 1986-88 University of Pennsylvania 1989 Stanford University 1987-91 University of Pennsylvania 1989-94 University of Pennsylvania 1991-92 United States White House 1991--00 University of Pennsylvania 1993-94 University of Pennsylvania 1994-96 University of Pennsylvania 1997-99 University of Pennsylvania 1999-00 University of Pennsylvania 2000-07 University of Pennsylvania 2007-Pres. University of Delaware

Asst. Professor of Geography Asst. Professor of Decision Sciences, The Wharton School Coordinator of the Decision Sciences Ph.D. Program Visiting Scholar Associate Professor of Decision Sciences, The Wharton School Director, Fishman-Davidson Center for Study of Service Sector Special Asst. to the Director, FBI, White House Fellow Professor, The Wharton School Coord. Operations and Information Management Ph.D. Program Professor, Senior Fellow, The Wharton School Chairman, Dept. of Ops. & Info Man. The Wharton School Interim Dean, The Wharton School Dean and the Reliance Professor, The Wharton School 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. 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 student-athletes who will lead in competition, in the classroom and in the community.” Ziady arrives at Delaware after spending the previous 14 years at Boston College - most recently as senior associate athletics director for business operations - and nine years before that at Delaware’s current Colonial Athletic Association and former America East conference rival Northeastern University. He served as assistant director of athletics at Northeastern during his final four years in Brookline. He heads a University of Delaware athletics and recreation services department that sponsors 21 intercollegiate sports, including 13 women’s sports. Delaware captured three Colonial Athletic Association team titles a year ago, had three teams post first round wins in the NCAA Tournament, and finished second among CAA schools in the NCAA Division I National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Directors’ Cup standings. A vibrant recreation services department sponsors over 30 club sports and over 30 intramural programs. “I am humbled and proud to accept the offer to become the University of Delaware’s next director of athletics,” said Ziady. “I understand the rich history and tradition of Delaware athletics and I can’t wait to work with this fine group of coaches, administrators, and staff as we go forward in the years ahead and build upon that great legacy. We are excited to settle our family in the Newark community and build the next chapter of our lives as part of the Delaware family.” At Atlantic Coast Conference member Boston College, Ziady was responsible for handling both the long-range fiscal and strategic planning for the department as well as the day-to-day administration of all business and financial operations. In addition, he handled football game scheduling and contract administration, as well as overseeing five of the men’s and women’s athletic programs (football, men’s and women’s golf, and men’s and women’s sailing). In 2010 Ziady negotiated the six-year, multi-million dollar sponsorship agreement with Under Armour that outfitted all 31 Eagle sport programs and provided 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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ATHLETIC FACILITIES 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 MiniStadium one of the premier natural fields in the Colonial Athletic Association.

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 36-year 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 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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ATHLETIC FACILITIES BOB CARPENTER CENTER Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball

The Bob Carpenter Center, named in honor of longtime University board of trustee member, athletic benefactor, and former Philadelphia Phillies owner R.R.M. “Bob” Carpenter Jr. who died in 1990, serves as home for the University’s basketball and volleyball programs as well as a site for a wide variety of other events such as convocations, concerts, and banquets. Special features of the facility are a 120-person football locker room, men’s and women’s basketball locker rooms, administrative offices, the state-of-the-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.

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.

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

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

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

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

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WHAT’S 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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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.

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

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.

Thomas McKean ..............Signer, Declaration of Independence

In the entertainment industry, Delaware has been a steady producer of both top-flight athletes and award-winning entertainers. From Hall of Fame professional athletes to Emmy-nominated actors, Delaware has continued to supply the world with entertainment.

Tom Mees ................................... Original ESPN Anchor

Steve Mosko ........................ President, Sony Television

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Committee; Executive Chairman, Entertainment Arts

Virginia Community College;

Joe & Jill Biden

Second Lady of the United States of America

Dave Raymond ......................Original Phillie Phanatic; Owner Raymond Entertainment Group

Scott Brunner ........................ Former NFL Quarterback

George Read ........Signer, Declaration of Independence

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

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

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

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

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

James Smith ....... Signer, Declaration of Independence

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

LizAnn Sonders ........Chief Invest. Strategist, C. Schwab

John P. Costas .................... CEO, UBS Investment Bank Elena Delle Donne ...................................WNBA Player

Kevin Mench ..................................Former MLB Player Robin Miller .................................. Host, Food Network

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

Richard Dean ............................ Fashion Photographer

Louis McLane ...................................Secretary of State

Leonard Stark ............................ Current Judge for the Joe Flacco

Tom Mees

U.S. District Court, Delaware Susan Stroman................................Tony Award-winner

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

Ivory Sully ......................................Former NFL Player

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rich Gannon ......... 2002 NFL MVP; current NFL Analyst Bryan Gordon .....................Emmy-nominated director,

Susan Stroman

“Curb Your Enthusiasm”

Lodewijk van den Berg ...............Astronaut, Challenger James W. Wagner .................. President of Emory Univ. John Wallace .........................Former Associate Justice,

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

New Jersey Supreme Court

Gino Gradkowski ..............Baltimore Ravens Guard/Center

Wayne Westerman ..............Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Tech.

Dallas Green ........Manager, 1980 Philadelphia Phillies

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

Scott Green ...........................Referee, Super Bowl XLIV

Vic Willis ........National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee

Steve Harris ........Emmy-nominated Actor, The Practice Jacqueline Jones..................MacArthur Fellow Larry Probst

Elena Delle Donne

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UNIVERSITY OF 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 LandGrant 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 self-study 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. é 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.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 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 opportunities 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 study-abroad 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 study-abroad 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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DATE Aug. 23 Aug. 25 Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 *Sept. 25 Sept. 29 *Oct. 3 *Oct. 6 *Oct. 11 *Oct 13 *Oct. 18 *Oct. 25 *Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 8-10

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at St. John’s at Monmouth at Rutgers LOYOLA (MD.) at Georgetown ST. FRANCIS (PA.) LIU BROOKLYN at Temple at Towson at George Mason JAMES MADION at William & Mary HOFSTRA NORTHEASTERN DREXEL at College of Charleston at UNCW CAA Quaterfinals CAA Semi

TIME 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 5 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA TBA


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