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The 2012-13 University of New Hampshire women’s basketball media guide was written and edited by Doug Poole of the Athletic Media & Public Relations Office on the iMac using Adobe InDesign CS 5.5 and Adobe Photoshop CS 5.1. Initial layout design by Eric Peterson, modified by Doug Poole. Front cover and individual head shots by Gil Talbot. Action photos by Gil Talbot and Gregory Greene. Research assistance provided by Alex Harlow. FRONT COVER: The senior class of 2013 is comprised of (clockwise, from top left) Cari Reed, Morgan Frame, Jilliane Friel and Lauren Wells. BACK COVER: Junior point guard and captain Kelsey Hogan.

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Quick Facts................................................................. 2 Media Information.................................................... 3 Wildcat Country........................................................ 4 Athletic Facilities....................................................... 5 University ............................................................... 6-7 STAFF Head Coach Maureen Magarity.......................... 9 Associate Head Coach Mike Roux...................10 Assistant Coach Brendan Copes.......................10 Assistant Coach Kristen Linderoth..................11 Dir. of Basketball Operations Kerry Cashman........11 President Dr. Mark Huddleston........................12 Athletic Director Marty Scarano......................13 Support Staff...................................................14-15 SEASON OUTLOOK Synopsis...........................................................17-18 Roster......................................................................20 Players Morgan Frame......................................................21 Jilliane Friel............................................................22 Cari Reed...............................................................23 Lauren Wells.........................................................24 Kelsey Hogan........................................................25 Sarah-Marie Frankenberger...............................26 Bridgette McKnight.............................................27 Ariel Gaston..........................................................28 Kaylee Kilpatrick..................................................29 Alexandra Leftridge.............................................30 Stephanie Spoto....................................................31 Corinne Coia.........................................................32 Elizabeth Belanger...............................................32 Victoria Duffey.....................................................33 Kendall Martenet.................................................33 2011-12 Season in Review 2011-12 Review....................................................35 2011-12 Statistics & Results...............................36 2011-12 Game-by-Game Leaders.....................37 2011-12 Awards and Honors.............................38 2011-12 America East League Leaders............39 America East Conference About America East............................................41 Composite Schedule............................................42 History and Records Timeline...........................................................44-46 Individual & Team Season Records..................47 Career Leaders......................................................48 Team Records.......................................................49 Year-by-Year Coaches & Leaders......................50 All-time Awards...................................................51 UNH vs. All-time Opponents...........................52 Game-by-Game..............................................53-55 All-time Letterwinners.......................................56


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University Information

School................................University of New Hampshire Location............................................ Durham, N.H. 03824 Founded......................................................................... 1866 Enrollment.................................................................. 14,492 President.......................................... Dr. Mark Huddleston Athletic Director........................................ Marty Scarano Nickname................................................................ Wildcats Colors............................................................. Blue & White Affiliation.................................................NCAA Division I Conference.....................................................America East Arena ............................................Lundholm Gymnasium Capacity........................................................................ 3,000

MEDIA & PUBLIC RELATIONS

Media & Public Relations Director.............Tom Wilkins Women’s Basketball Contact.........................Doug Poole Office Phone.................................................. 603-862-2585 Cell Phone...................................................... 603-969-5433 E-mail............................................... doug.poole@unh.edu Office Fax....................................................... 603-862-3839 Press Row Phone.......................................... 603-862-3181 Web Site.........................................www.unhwildcats.com Twitter................................... Twitter.com/UNHWildcats Facebook...........................Facebook.com/UNHWildcats YouTube............................. YouTube.com/UNHAthletics

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Coaching Staff

Head Coach....................Maureen Magarity (Marist ‘03) Overall Record / Years.................................... 25-34 / two Record at UNH.............................................................same Associate Head Coach.....Mike Roux (Assumption ‘02) Assistant Coaches.......................Brendan Copes (Marist ‘02) .......................Kristen Linderoth (Lafayette College ‘10) Director of Basketball Operations .........................................Kerry Cashman (Boston U. ‘11) Athletic Trainer............................................. Hannah Berg Strength and Conditioning Coach.......... Paul Chapman

Team Information

2011-12 Record....................................................16-14 2011-12 Conference Record/Finish................9-7/4th 2011-12 Postseason..........................WBI, first round Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................11/3 Starters Returning/Lost.......................................... 3/2 Newcomers.................................................................. 4 Captain....................................................Kelsey Hogan Returning Starters (3) Morgan Frame, 6-1, Sr., F................16.0 ppg, 7.5 rpg Kelsey Hogan, 5-6, Jr., G........10.2 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 2.5 apg Cari Reed, 5-9, Sr., G..........................7.8 ppg, 3.0 rpg Other Returners (8) Sarah-Marie Frankenberger, 5-10, Jr. G/F ......................................................2.8 ppg, 1.4 rpg Ariel Gaston, 5-7, So., G..... 2.5 ppg, 2.5 rpg, 1.5 apg Kaylee Kilpatrick, 6-4, Jr., F...............1.9 ppg, 0.9 rpg Bridgette McKnight, 5-10, Jr., F........1.2 ppg, 1.8 rpg Jilliane Friel, 5-9, Sr., G......................0.9 ppg, 0.9 rpg Alexandra Leftridge, 5-10, So., G/F....... 0.6 ppg, 0.7 rpg Stephanie Spoto, 6-0, So., G/F..........0.5 ppg, 0.6 rgp Lauren Wells, 5-7, Sr., G....................Redshirt season Newcomers (4) Elizabeth Belanger, 5-10, Fr., G Corinne Coia, 6-4, So., C (transfer from URI) Victoria Duffey, 5-7, Fr., G Kendall Martenet, 6-2, Fr., F

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Directions To UNH

From the South: Take I-95 North to 91 North (at New Haven, Conn.) to 84 East (Exit 29/Charter Oaks Bridge). Follow 84 East through Connecticut to the Massachusetts Turnpike (Route 90). Stay on the Mass Pike for 10 miles before taking the exit for Auburn/Worcester and 290 East. Proceed east on 290 to Exit 26B for 495 North–stay in the left lane to exit to 495 North. Continue on 495 North– it will end and merge with 95 North. Proceed on 95 North into New Hampshire and continue on to the toll booth. From the toll, go approximately seven miles to Exit 4–left lane exit–for the Spaulding Turnpike (Route 4 West)– Signs that read “NH Lakes and Mountains,” and “Dover/Concord”. Go about four miles and take Exit 6W (the last exit before the toll) and follow Route 4 West. Go approximately four miles and continue straight through a traffic light (Madbury Road), and proceed another 1 1/2 miles to the Route 155A exit, marked “University of New Hampshire.” Take a left turn off the ramp and proceed approximately one mile. The Fieldhouse (Lundholm Gymnasium) will be on the right and parking is available in “A Lot” directly across from the Field House on the left side (before 6pm park at the Visitors Lot next to A lot). From North: Follow 95 South to Spaulding Turnpike (Route 4 West) and continue as above. From West (Vermont, Concord): Take 89 South to 93 North. Follow 93 North, approximately four miles to 393 East, which will merge with Route 4 East. Follow Route 4 to Route 155A exit for the “University of New Hampshire.” Make a right off the ramp and proceed as above. From West (Manchester, Nashua): Take 93 North to Route 101 East. Follow 101 to Exit 6 (Route 125). Exit and take a left onto 125 and follow straight to Lee Traffic Circle. First right at circle is Route 4 East. Follow as above.

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MEDIA INFORMATION

The primary responsibility of the Athletic Media & Public Relations office is to promote the 20 varsity sports at the University of New Hampshire. Included in this responsibility is working with media members, the promotion of student-athletes for academic and athletic awards (on the conference, regional and national levels), press releases, the production of media guides, game notes and programs, the maintenance of (team and individual) statistics and the content of the official UNH athletics website (www.unhwildcats.com) as well as related social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. The office’s newest venture is UNH Wildcat Productions, which provides video content for the website – live video streaming of home games, game highlights and various features – as well as produce televised games and Inside Wildcat Country, which is a monthly televised magazine show. UNH’s Athletic Media & Public Relations office consists of a Director, two Associate Directors, two Assistant Directors and a Video and Public Relations Assistant as well as a corps of student workers. Tom Wilkins (Assumption ‘03) was elevated to the position of Associate Athletic Director for Media & Public Relations in July 2011 after serving as Assistant Director of Athletic Media & Public Relations for two years. The remainder of the full-time staff consists of associate directors Doug Poole (UNH ‘93) and Mike Murphy (Syracuse ‘95), assistant directors Eric Peterson (Quinnipiac ‘10) and Alex Comeau (Husson College ‘11) as well as video and public relations assistant Jared Fieldsend (Thomas College ‘10). INTERVIEWS: All requests for student-athlete or coach interviews, either in person or via phone or e-mail, must be arranged by the UNH Athletic Media & Public Relations office. It is office policy that phone numbers of student-athletes, coaches and athletic department staff will not be given to media members. Headshots and/ or action photos on file are available upon request. On game day, interviews will be limited to postgame. Postgame interviews with requested coaches and players will take place following the NCAA-mandated 10-minute cooling off period. UNH locker rooms are closed to the media.

Athletic media & public relations

Tom Wilkins Associate Athletic Director for Media & Public Relations 603-862-0730 tom.wilkins@unh.edu

Doug Poole Associate Director 603-862-2585 doug.poole@unh.edu

Mike Murphy Associate Director 603-862-3906 mike.murphy@unh.edu

GAME CREDENTIALS (print, photo, tv, radio, film): Game credentials are required for media members to attend UNH’s six ticketed sports – football, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s ice hockey and gymnastics; only accredited members of the media will receive credentials for the aforementioned sports’ home games. Media members must request a game credential no less than 24 hours in advance of the game, and a valid form of identification is required to pick up the credential. For UNH’s other 14 sports, media credentials are not issued but it is requested that you contact a member of the Athletic Media & Public Relations office to notify them of your attendance at a home event so that all your needs are tended to. Photographers and videographers have restricted areas, depending on the venue. Please consult with a member of the Athletics Media & Public Relations office for acceptable locations from which to photograph or shoot video. Radio credentials will be limited to three people per affiliation. The number of phone lines available to visiting teams is dependent on the venue, so please request a phone line as early as possible to ensure one is available. There are no line fees, but the cost of the call in incurred by the radio station (arrangement for the station to call the phone line is customary). PRESS BOX GAME SERVICES: Game notes and programs, as well as other information sheets such as flip cards (football) and line charts (hockey), are available in the press box prior to the start of each UNH home game for ticketed sports. Halftime statistics will be provided and complete box scores will be distributed following the conclusion of the game at all home events. Wireless Service: Wireless service is available in the press box at most UNH athletics venues, as well as the Athletic Media & Public Relations Office (Field House, Room 151). Media members log into the system as a guest and complete the required fields before gaining access to the wireless network. Staff members of the Athletic Media & Public Relations staff will be available to provide assistance.

Eric Peterson Assistant Director 603-862-0717 eric.peterson@unh.edu

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Alex Comeau Assistant Director 603-862-3835 alex.comeau@unh.edu

Jared Fieldsend Video & Public Relations Assistant 603-862-0730 jared.fieldsend@unh.edu

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WILDCAT COUNTRY UNH won 16 games in the 2011-12 season to mark the highest total since 2002 and the Wildcats advanced beyond conference postseason play for the second time in program history with an appearance in the Women’s Basketball Invitational. UNH’s nine America East victories marked the program’s best conference mark since 2005.

UNH led the America East conference in both free throw percentage and 3-point field goal percentage. A pair of Wildcats received postseason accolades with Denise Beliveau bestowed four honors, including All-Conference First Team and All-Defensive Team, and Morgan Frame’s selection to the Second Team.

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Maureen Magarity was named head coach of the Wildcats on May 18, 2010. From her first to second year, Magarity guided the ‘Cats to a seven-game improvement in wins, which tied the second-best margin in program history.

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STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES

In 1995, construction of the $27 million recreation and sport complex reached completion. The new Whittemore Center includes a state-of-the-art 6,500 to 7,500 seat arena for hockey, concerts and convocations, as well a new three-level recreation sports facility.

Lundholm Gymnasium, the home to UNH basketball, has received a complete facelift in recent years. Since 2001, the gym floor has been replaced and new lighting and sound systems were installed. Most recently, new scoreboards were installed and the bleachers were replaced in the summer of 2007.

In 2001, all of the women’s locker rooms in the field house were renovated. The locker room features 16 wooden lockers, a large-screen television and a lounge area.

The Jerry Azumah Performance Center opened its doors in the summer of 2003 to UNH student-athletes. A generous donation by Azumah, a former cornerback with the Chicago Bears and the 1999 recipient of the Walter Payton Award, allowed for a new state-of-the-art strength and conditioning center.

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The University of New Hampshire was originally founded as a land-grant college whose mission was to shape and educate citizenry among the state’s farmers, business people and engineers. Today, the University is a land-, sea-, and space-grant university serving a growing undergraduate student body of about 11,942 and a graduate population of 2,257 in addition to 621 full-time faculty members, 86% of which have earned their doctorate degree. The University has grown into a top public research university occupying 2,600 acres of classic living and learning space, while still maintaining the look and feel of a New England liberal arts college with a faculty dedicated to teaching. UNH’s student to faculty ratio registers at 18:1 with 85% of its classes having 50 students or less.

History As one of the most prestigious institutions in the Northeast, the University of New Hampshire has always been recognized as a leader in education and research, spanning all fields of study and uniting them through interdisciplinary programs, labs, farms, theatres, research centers, and libraries. Founded in 1866 as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, UNH was among the early state institutions of higher education whose formation was made possible by federal government land grants. The purpose for the grants was to establish colleges that would serve the sons and daughters of farming and laboring families. New Hampshire College was originally situated in Hanover in connection with Dartmouth College before moving to Durham in 1893 after Benjamin Thompson bequeathed land and money to further the development of the college. The state legislature then granted its new charter as the University of New Hampshire in 1923. The University hosts 733 international students from more than 45 countries and boasts a population of students from all 50 states. Along with over 100 majors offered, UNH encompasses seven schools and colleges from which undergraduates can choose: the College of Liberal Arts, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, School of Health and Human Services, College of Life Sciences and Agricultures, Whittemore School of Business and Economics and the Thompson School of Applied Science. And at the very heart of the University’s undergraduate studies is the General Education Program. The GEP is a core program with a breadth of academic subjects that aims to acquaint the student with some of the major modes of thought necessary to understand oneself, others, society, and the world. The University prides itself as being a top 10 entrepreneurial campus (Forbes.com and The Princeton Review) and is among the top 30 universities nationally in science research funding from NASA. UNH is home to the NASA-recognized Space Science Center; the Institute for Study for Earth, Oceans and Space; and the Institute of Marine Science and Engineering. The English program is staffed by an inspiring faculty of winners of the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the MacArthur Fellowship, the Edgar Allen Poe Award and the Young Poets Award. In addition, the Whittemore School of Business and Economics, established in 1962, was recently selected second among all business schools in a nationwide pool of business school deans. UNH also graduates students who attend top-notch graduate schools, including Law School at Harvard and Cornell, Engineering at Stanford, and Medical school at Dartmouth, John Hopkins, and Harvard.

University of New Hampshire Athletic Department Mission & Diversity Statements Mission Statement The mission of the intercollegiate athletics program at the University of UNH is to provide student-athletes a collegiate experience that is enriched by their participation in programs which are competitive at the NCAA Division I level both regionally and nationally. The intercollegiate athletics program also plays an important role by enhancing the quality of life for the University and statewide community by being a source of pride and identification with the University while always maintaining high standards of academic scholarship and integrity. To fulfill its mission, the intercollegiate program must: 1. Provide student-athletes every opportunity to meet academic and athletic demands with the goal of graduating every student-athlete. 2. Provide resources necessary to field competitive teams with league affiliations, and to gain regional and national recognition. 3. Provide equitable opportunities for all intercollegiate athletics by the active recruitment of minority athletes, and provide equitable opportunities for all women student-athletes commensurate with that of their male counterparts. 4. Provide excellent facilities for all athletes to train, practice and play. 5. Conduct all operations within state and federal law, University policies, rules of the NCAA, and athletics conferences in which the University competes. Diversity Statement The University seeks excellence through diversity among its administrators, faculty, staff, and students. The university prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status. The University of UNH is committed to creating a more diverse community, knowing that “inclusion, diversity and equity are values inextricably linked to our mission of educational excellence.” This diversity strengthens our ability to reach our individual and collective potential and to provide better services and care for all faculty, staff, and students.

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Campus In the last few years, several of the athletic facilities have received major upgrades and improvements. In September 2001, the University completed a new $2.15 million track and field facility. The Jerry Azumah Performance Center, a brand new strength and conditioning facility located in the UNH Field House, was dedicated on July 8, 2003. UNH athletics has also added two brand new $1.5 million outdoor artificial fields, Memorial Field and Bremner Field. Lundholm Gymnasium has received some major overhauls, including a new playing surface, new lights, new sound system, new bleacher system, new backboards and new scoreboards. Most recently, the Paul Sweet Oval was completely renovated in 2009 to include new surfaces, lighting, painting, infrastructure upgrades and the replacement of windows that existed in the original architecture. In addition to the incredible improvements of its athletic facilities, the University has upgraded and renovated a large part of its academic campus as well. Most recently, Thompson Hall, one of the standing historical landmarks of the University, has been beautifully refurbished and restored. UNH also completed a $52 million renovation of Kingsbury Hall, adding 6,000 square feet of student project space for students in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, as well as a $4.5 million revamp of Hewitt Hall to expand the School of Health and Human Services. In addition, the new 120,000 square foot Biological Sciences Building, Rudman Hall and the Spaulding Life Sciences Renovation project now provide state-of-the-art teaching and researching laboratories. The University also spent $15 million to complete Morse Hall, a new science and engineering building as well as $8.2 million to modernize the Memorial Union Building. This revision to the existing student union building consisted of several upgrades including top kitchen and dining facilities, two theaters, student mailboxes, lounges and meeting rooms, as well as additional retail spaces such as the University Bookstore. The University has also completed construction of the new dining facility on Main Street, Holloway Commons, as well as the renovation of the Dimond Library and satellite libraries. In November 1995, construction of the $27 million Recreation and Sport Complex reached completion. The new Whittemore Center includes a state-of-the-art 6,500 to 7,500 seat arena for hockey, concerts and convocations, as well as a new three-level recreational sports facility within the structure that had housed the old Snively Arena. The latest addition to the expanding campus is the Paul College of Business and Economics, a 115,000 square foot academic building located on Garrison Avenue. Slated for completion in January 2013, the building will feature 16 technologyrich classrooms, totaling 950 new instructional seats. There will also be 25 high-tech group study rooms along with a two-story “Great Hall” for informal and special events. Outside of the facility, there will be a courtyard for outdoor activities and events. The building will be a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold facility, maintaining the University’s commitment to sustainable programs and facilities. The University broke ground on the project in May 2011. Combining the atmosphere of a small New England liberal arts college with the resources and opportunities of a major research university, the University of New Hampshire is a place where all students can find or create their own niche and succeed. While the University offers an extremely broad academic base with an inspiring faculty, it also provides students with thousands of opportunities to get involved, either through athletics, campus recreation, student life, or research. The University is a dynamic community that not only challenges its members academically but also expands their understanding and appreciation of cultural diversity and leads to incredible growth as students, faculty, staff, and as a community.

Jerry Azumah ‘99 Former NFL Pro Bowler, Chicago Bears Susan Blanchard Ryan ’89 Star of movie “Open Water” Andy Brickley ’82 Former NHL Player & Analyst, Boston Bruins (NESN) Bobby Butler ‘10 NHL Player, Ottawa Butler Karyn Bye ’94 1998 Olympic Gold, Ice Hockey Marcy Carsey ’66 Producer, Cosby Show & That 70’s Show

Ty Conklin ’01 NHL Player, Detroit Red Wings Gary DeStefano ’78 President, Nike Global Operations Jack Edwards ’79 Announcer, Boston Bruins (NESN) Carlton Fisk ’69 Hall of Fame Baseball Player Corey Graham ’07 NFL Player, Chicago Bears John Irving ’65 Author, “Cider House Rules” Chip Kelly ‘90 Head Football Coach, Oregon

Distinguished Alumni Jason Krog, ‘99 AHL Player, Chicago Wolves Kathryn Kross ’82 Executive Producer, “Bloomberg News” Richard Linnehan ’80 NASA Astronaut John Lynch ’74 New Hampshire Governor Jackie MacMullan ’82 Journalist, ESPN & ESPN.com Mike Minnigan ’78 Owner, Minigan Properties; Former VP AOL

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Mike O’Malley ’92 Actor,“Glee”“My Name is Earl” “Yes, Dear” Peter Paul ’67 Owner, Paul Financial & Peter Paul Wines Robert Towse ’63 Senior Partner, Morgan Stanley Barbara Walsh ’81 Pulitzer-prize winner, Portland Press Herald Chris Wragge ‘92 Co-Anchor, CBS News’ The Early Show

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Maureen Magarity Head Coach • Third Season Marist ‘03 Maureen Magarity (Marist ’03) enters her third year as head coach of the University of New Hampshire women’s basketball team in the 2012-13 season. Magarity became the sixth head coach in program history in May 2010 and the youngest coach of a Division I team – men’s or women’s – in the country. Magarity has quickly made a positive impact on the program with a 25-34 record in two seasons; in comparison, UNH was a combined 33-87 the four years prior to her arrival. And in just her second year at the helm in Durham, Magarity guided the Wildcats to their second postseason appearance (beyond conference postseason play) in the program’s 37-year history when UNH advanced to the 2012 Women’s Basketball Invitational. New Hampshire finished the year with a 16-14 overall record to mark the team’s first winning season since 2006 and most wins since 2002. Other season highlights included a 19-point victory against Hartford that ended an 18-game losing streak to the defending league champion, as well as a series sweep of border rivals Vermont and Maine as well as Stony Brook. UNH led the America East conference in both free throw percentage and 3-point field goal percentage. Under Magarity’s tutelage, Denise Beliveau was named to the 2012 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award Second Team as well as the America East First Team and All-Defensive Team while transfer Morgan Frame garnered All-Conference Second Team recognition – multiple ‘Cats had not been honored since 2003. In her first season, Magarity led the Wildcats to a 9-20 overall record and a trip to the quarterfinals of the 2011 America East Tournament. Under Magarity’s direction, the Wildcats doubled their conference wins from the year before and also picked up a thrilling 88-74 win over A-10 rival Rhode Island, the first tripleovertime victory in program history. Magarity came to UNH after a four-year stint at the United States Military Academy, where she served as the associate head coach from 2009-10. In Magarity’s four years at West Point, the Black Knights compiled an overall record of 72-48, including a program-best 24-win campaign during the 2006-07 season. In her first three years on the job, Army averaged 20 wins a season, the best three-year span in program history. Magarity started at West Point in 2006-07 as an assistant coach and was elevated to the title of associate head coach in August 2009. Tagged as the team’s recruiting coordinator, Magarity assisted in all aspects of the program, including the organization of official, unofficial, home and school visits with prospects. She

also assisted with the coordination of practice, budget management, scouting opponents and monitoring academics. Her main focus, however, was player development for both the wing and post players. In her time on the bench, she coached two players to All-Patriot League honors and helped one student-athlete earn the program’s first Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year award in 2010. In addition to her tenure at Army, Magarity’s collegiate coaching experience includes stints as an assistant coach at Fairfield University (2005-06) and Marist College (2004-05). Prior to a one-year stint at Fairfield University, Magarity served as an assistant coach at Marist and helped lead the Red Foxes to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular-season title en route to a program-best 22-7 record. Magarity earned a B.A. in Communications and Public Relations with a minor in Psychology from Marist College in 2003. In addition, she earned an M.P.A. in Public Administration while at Marist in 2005. As a player, Magarity served as team captain her junior and senior seasons and led the Red Foxes to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 2004. She garnered two All-MAAC Second Team selections, and was a 2004 MAAC All-Tournament Team choice. Magarity earned two MAAC Scholar-Athlete awards (2002, 2004) and received the James Pizzani Award for dedication and loyalty as a senior. Before transferring to Marist, she played one season at Boston College. While at BC, the Eagles reached the semifinals of the preseason WNIT and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2000. Magarity is a member of the WBCA and is a recent 2012 graduate of the WBCA Center for Coaching Excellence seminar. Magarity and her husband Brendan currently reside in Dover, N.H.

Magarity Year-by-Year

Head Coach UNH 2010-11 9-20 UNH 2011-12 16-14 Total (two yrs) 25-34 Assistant Coach Marist 2004-05 23-7 Fairfield 2005-06 11-18 Army 2006-07 24-6 Army 2007-08 18-12 Army 2008-09 19-12 Army 2009-10 11-18

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Mike Roux associate head coach • third Season Assumption ‘02 Mike Roux enters his third season as a coach with the UNH women’s basketball program. After two years as an assistant, he was elevated to the position of Associate Head Coach for the 2012-13 season. Roux joined the UNH staff in 2010 after serving as an assistant coach with the women’s basketball program at Holy Cross. Prior to his stint with the Crusaders, he spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Southern New Hampshire University, where he helped lead the Penmen to an overall record of 18-11 during the 2008-09 campaign. Prior to coaching at SNHU, Roux spent two seasons as an assistant coach for the Assumption College women’s basketball team. While at Assumption, Roux

assisted with recruiting, scouting and alumni relations. From 2003-05 Roux was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the men’s basketball team at Nichols College, and during the 2002-03 season he was an assistant coach for the boys basketball team at the Bromfield School. Roux began his coaching career as the freshman boys basketball coach at Nashoba Regional High School while an undergraduate student at Assumption. A 2002 graduate of Assumption, Roux was a member of the soccer team and assisted the women’s basketball team as a member of the practice squad. He currently lives in New Hampshire with his wife, Deb, son, Joshua, and daughter, Rileigh.

Brendan Copes assistant coach • FIrst Season Marist ‘03 Brendan Copes joined the University of New Hampshire women’s basketball staff as an assistant coach in June 2012. Before UNH, Copes spent over four years as the head women’s basketball coach at the United States Military Academy Preparatory School. As the supervisor of the program, Copes was responsible for all coaching and training duties and also assisted with the recruitment and assessment of prospective student-athletes. Copes was also the Director of Physical Testing at USMAPS, where he coordinated and monitored physical performance programs for over 250 West Point-bound cadets. Prior to arriving at USMAPS, Copes was an administrative assistant coach for the men’s basketball staff at

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Marist College, where he was responsible for the day-today operations of the program including film breakdown, community outreach, player development and potential recruiting strategies. Copes earned a B.A. in Communication Arts from Marist in 2003 and was a member of the basketball team. As a player, he helped the Red Foxes win the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship in 2002 and served as a team captain in his senior season. Additionally, he earned an M.P.A in Public Administration from Marist in 2007. Copes currently lives in Dover, N.H. with his wife, Maureen.

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Kristen Linderoth Assistant coach • Second Season Lafayette ‘10 Kristen Linderoth enters her second season as an assistant coach for the UNH women’s basketball program after serving as the team’s director of operations for the 2010-11 season. As the director of basketball operations, Linderoth was responsible for all team travel, continued development of alumni and the friends of women’s basketball group, summer clinics, all other administrative duties, and served as the community service and life skills liaison. Linderoth, a Spring Lake, N.J. native, came to UNH after earning her bachelor’s degree in Government and Law with a minor in Women and Gender Studies from Lafayette College in May 2010. Prior to her year at Lafayette, she spent three years at Catholic University of America where she majored

in politics and was also a member of the varsity basketball team. While at Catholic University of America, Linderoth earned Capitol Athletic Conference Second Team accolades as a freshman, while also garnering Rookie of the Year honors. During that year she started 24 of 27 games, ranked second on the team in scoring (11.6 ppg) and led the Cardinals in rebounds (177) and blocks (28). Over the next two seasons, the former team captain started in all 26 games she appeared in, averaging 12.8 points, 5.7 rebounds, 1.2 blocks and 1.2 assists per game. Her best numbers came during her sophomore campaign when she averaged 13.6 points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per game.

Kerry Cashman Director of operations • FIRST Season Boston University ‘11 Kerry Cashman joined the UNH women’s basketball staff as the Director of Operations in September 2012. As the director of basketball operations, Cashman is primarily responsible for all film exchange, team travel, continued development of alumni and the friends of women’s basketball group and all other administrative duties. She will also serve as the community service and life skills liaison. Cashman is a 2011 graduate of Boston University, where she earned a B.S. in Hospitality Administration and was a four-year letterwinner for the women’s basketball team. Cashman was a two-time captain for the Terriers and had a breakout senior season in which she averaged 7.5 points, 8.7 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game; with those numbers, she ranked third in rebounding and second in blocks in the America East conference en route to being named to the All-Conference Third Team. She also excelled in the classroom. The Newfields, N.H. native and former Exeter Area High School standout was named

to the 2011 America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll and the 2010 Academic Honor Roll. In 117 career games at BU, Cashman recorded 466 points, 496 rebounds, 97 blocks and a .483 field goal percentage. In her four years, the Terriers made two WNIT appearances, were the America East runner-up twice and the league regular-season champions in 2009. Cashman has held the position of NH Rivals (Manchester, N.H.) head coach since March 2012. Her collegiate coaching career began as an assistant coach at Lesley University (Cambridge, Mass.) in the 2011-12 season; her responsibilities included creation and execution of practice plans as well as development of post players. Cashman was a Student-Athlete Athletic Council (SAAC) member at BU. She also did volunteer work with Race for the Cure (Breast Cancer Awareness) and the Special Olympics.

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Mark Huddleston President • Sixth Year

Mark W. Huddleston became the 19th president of the University of New Hampshire in July 2007, bringing three decades of experience in public and private education as a faculty member, dean, and senior administrator. Huddleston has been a strong advocate for increasing affordability and accessibility in higher education, and has argued that we need to rethink much of what we do to protect our core missions, and to ensure that higher education remains vital and financially sustainable in the 21st century. In February 2010, he presented a 10-year strategic plan for UNH, the result of an intensive collaboration between faculty, students, staff, alumni, and the University’s wider communities. Emphasizing innovation and entrepreneurship, the plan is helping to guide the University’s response to a historic state budget cut passed by the 2011 New Hampshire Legislature. “The strategic plan commits us to finding new ways to teach, learn, discover, create, and engage in the 21st century—and positions UNH to become a national leader in the redefinition of American higher education,” Huddleston says. Huddleston was raised in Syracuse, N.Y., and was the first member of his family ever to attend college. He earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from the State University of New York-Buffalo, and both a master’s degree and Ph.D. in political science from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He began his academic career at SUNY-Buffalo in 1977 as an assistant professor of political science. In 1980, he joined the faculty of the University of Delaware, where he served for the next 24 years. There, he chaired the Department of Political Science and International Relations and served as associate provost for international programs. In 2001, he was named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, overseeing 45 academic departments and centers with nearly 900 full-time faculty and staff, and serving in that capacity until he was named president of Ohio Wesleyan University in 2004. An author of numerous books and articles, he has been a consultant for both the U.S. government and international organizations. He also served as an adviser in Bosnia on rebuilding financial and administrative infrastructures after the Dayton accords. Huddleston is chair of the Presidents Council of the America East Conference, an incorporator of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Speedway Children’s Charities. Huddleston and his wife, Emma Bricker, have three children, Andy, Kate, and Giles.

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Marty Scarano Director of Athletics • 13th Year

The 2012-13 academic year marks the 13th season Marty Scarano has served as the Director of Athletics at the University of New Hampshire. During his tenure, Scarano has heightened national exposure for UNH athletics with academics, facility renovations and programmatic advancement being top priorities. His many accomplishments played a key role in UNH being named one of the Top 20 Athletic Departments in the Country in U.S. News and World Report college athletics rankings. With a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 89 percent among its student-athletes in 2011-12, UNH ranked third in the America East Conference and fourth in the Colonial Athletic Association. The men’s soccer, women’s cross country/track, gymnastics, women’s ski, and volleyball teams all posted perfect 100 percent GSRs while five additional programs tallied scores of 90 or above. The NCAA honored four Wildcat teams for multi-year Academic Progress Rates (APRs) in the top 10 percent of all teams in its respective sports. The Wildcat men’s ice hockey team and gymnastics both recorded perfect APRs of 1,000, while the men’s outdoor track & field team tallied 997 points and women’s indoor track & field notched 995. In 2012, the football program garnered its second-consecutive Academic Progress Rate Award for the Colonial Athletic Association. UNH became one of only five FCS programs in the nation to earn the title for a second straight year and the only FCS team in the country to both reach the postseason and capture an APR award in back-to-back seasons. UNH finished third in the America East Academic Cup for their third consecutive top-three finish, achieving a 3.14 cumulative grade-point average. The Wildcats had the highest number of honorees on the 2011 America East Fall Academic Honor Roll and the highest percentage of student-athletes on the 2011-12 America East Winter/Spring Academic Honor Roll. In the fall, 52 student-athletes were named to the America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll for achieving a GPA mark of 3.5 or higher while 76 student-athletes accomplished the feat on the winter/spring honor roll. Scarano has focused on moving UNH athletics into the collegiate national arena. To accomplish that goal, the University has taken on the task of hosting major NCAA championships. The Wildcat athletic department has played host to highly successful NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Northeast Regionals at the Verizon Wireless Arena (Manchester, N.H.) in 2004, 2007, 2009 and 2011 and will host again in 2013. UNH was host of the NCAA Women’s Ice Hockey Frozen Four at the Whittemore Center in 2002 and 2005. In addition, UNH successfully hosted the 2007 NCAA Skiing Championships in Washington Valley as well as the 2005 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Northeast Regional at the Whittemore Center Arena. The women’s hockey team also played in the first outdoor game in the history of NCAA women’s hockey in 2010 at the Sun Life Frozen Fenway game and defeated Northeastern while the men’s squad played in the 2012 Sun Life Frozen Fenway game against Maine. Football also competed in

Colonial Clash games at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. in 2010 and 2011 against UMass. During the Scarano era, UNH teams have made 40 NCAA post-season appearances and captured 11 conference titles. Gymnastics has participated in 11 NCAA tournaments, leading all programs over the span. Men’s hockey holds a pair of Hockey East titles and has made 10 trips to the NCAA tournament, including Frozen Four appearances in 2002 and 2003. The football program has qualified for the NCAA FCS postseason for a nation leading eight consecutive seasons and advanced to the quarterfinals six times during the streak. Women’s ice hockey has seen NCAA action five times with two Frozen Four appearances. The squad also captured consecutive Hockey East Championships from 2006-09. The field hockey team captured its second ever America East crown in 2011 en route to its second national tournament appearance under Scarano’s tutelage. Volleyball has made a pair of NCAA appearances after capturing back-to-back conference titles in 2002 and 2003. Women’s lacrosse has too earned a pair of NCAA berths (2004, 2008), one coming after an America East championship victory in 2004. Additionally, 24 coaches have won 63 Coach of the Year awards during Scarano’s tenure, ranging from conference coach of the year to New England and Northeast Regional Coach of the Year honors. Furthermore, head football coach Sean McDonnell garnered the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year by The Sports Network in 2005 after a stellar 11-2 campaign. There has been over $9 million in capitol improvements since Scarano’s hiring in the summer of 2000. Recently, a new scoreboard was put in at Cowell Stadium while the football locker room received a facelift as part the most recent renovation phase. Changes to the locker room included a new lighting system while a 55-inch flat-screen TV and Fathead-designed murals featuring former players and UNH historical images were added to the walls. A memorial of Todd Walker was also added in honor of the former Wildcat wide receiver who suffered an untimely and heroic death in March of 2011. In the summer of 2007, the Cowell Stadium grass field was replaced with a $1 million Field Turf synthetic surface. As part of a $650,000 renovation project in the summer of 2011, the field turf at Bremner Field was replaced with a new state-of-the-art surface used by many varsity teams and for student recreational activities. In the fall of 2008, the Paul Sweet Oval renovation was completed to include new surfaces, lighting, painting, infrastructure upgrades and the replacement of windows that existed in the original architecture. The total cost of the project exceeded $500,000. Additionally in 2007, a complete renovation of Lundholm Gymnasium was undertaken. The $600,000 overhaul included a new state-of-the-art bleacher system, new scoreboards, competition baskets and other aesthetic enhancements. In 2007, Scarano was named the All-American Football Foundation Athletic Director of the Year for

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FCS football in the Northeast region. Scarano was also awarded the National Association of College Directors of Athletics (NACDA) AD of the Year for the FCS. Scarano has also been an active member in the leadership of UNH’s three major conferences and was the chair of the executive committees for Atlantic 10 football, Hockey East and America East from 2003 to 2007. He also served as chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee in 2005-06 and 2006-07 and is currently on the America East Executive Council. Most recently, Scarano was a member of the Hockey East restructuring team that successfully recruited Notre Dame and the University of Connecticut to the conference. Outside of athletics, Scarano is in his 10th year on the Board of Corporators at Canterbury Shaker Village, a non-profit museum located in Canterbury, N.H. Before arriving at the University of New Hampshire, Scarano held the position of Athletics Director at Colorado College from July 1996 through June 2000. During his tenure, Colorado College was ranked among the top 20 Division III programs in the Sears Cup national standings and produced several All-Americans, all-academic award winners and NCAA post-graduate scholarship recipients. Prior to his stay in Colorado Springs, Scarano worked for 13 years at Colgate University, where he served as assistant director of athletics, director of physical education, associate director, and senior associate director. Scarano, a native of Pittsburgh, Pa., is a 1978 graduate of Penn State University, where he started his athletic career as assistant ticket manager and the athletics events manager from 1980-83. Scarano holds a Master’s Degree in Environmental History from Colgate. He and his wife, Cydney, have three children, Lyndon, Kyle, a sophomore at UNH, and Corey.

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Academics The mission of the student-athlete academic support services office at the University of New Hampshire is to provide the academic support and resources necessary for students to succeed in their academic endeavors. The Academic Support staff strives to assist student-athletes in meeting their academic goals in four ways: provide general academic information, monitor academic progress, arrange tutorial services and refer student-athletes to other support offices on campus. There are several ways in which the academic progress of student-athletes is monitored: com- J oanne M aldari Shawn Green Cathy Leach munication with professors, academic advisors, and coaches on an ongoing basis; progress reports for all first year student-athletes; meetings with academic support staff throughout the year; group and individual meetings are held with student-athletes to monitor progress and offer additional academic strategies. All student-athletes are eligible for free tutorial assistance through the Athletic Department. The tutors are undergraduate and graduate students at the University who have been recommended by their professors to tutor in a specific subject area. Student-athletes arrange tutoring sessions – with the option of individual or small groups – to accommodate their own schedules The Student-Athlete Academic Center is located in the Field House and contains new computers, study carrels and study tables. It is a quiet place for studentathletes to complete academic work before and after practice. The benefits of the academic support system were once again evident in 2011-12 as UNH had the highest number of student-athletes named to the America East Fall Honor Roll (96) – it marked the third consecutive Fall season and fifth time in eight Fall semesters the Wildcats accomplished that feat – and the highest percentage of student-athletes named to the Winter/Spring Honor Roll (65%). Additionally, the football team led the CAA with 20 members named to the CAA Academic All-Conference Team. The men’s and women’s soccer teams received the NSCAA Academic Award for having a team GPA of at least 3.0. UNH was one of only two schools to have both teams receive this award. Four Wildcat teams were honored by the NCAA with the Public Recognition Award for multiyear Academic Progress Rates (APR) in the top 10 percent of all teams in their respective sports: gymnastics, men’s hockey, men’s outdoor track & field and women’s indoor track & field. Also, the football team was recognized for its academic success and student-athlete graduation rate by receiving the Academic Progress Rate (APR) Award for the CAA. UNH was one of only five FCS programs in the nation to garner the honor for a second straight season and was the only FCS team in the country to both reach the postseason and capture an APR Award in back-to-back seasons. Serving as Student-Athlete Support Coordinator for an 18th year is Assistant Athletic Director Joanne Maldari, a 1990 graduate of Holy Cross who went on to earn her master’s degree in Athletic Counseling at Springfield College. She was recognized for her outstanding efforts at UNH by receiving the University’s 2001 Academic Advising Award. Maldari is assisted by Cathy Leach, who is entering her 11th year as the Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Support and Compliance, and Shawn Green, who is entering his third year and also splits time between academic support and compliance.

Student-athlete development The office of Student Athlete Development, under the leadership of Cathy Coakley since the 2008-09 academic year, exists to assist UNH student-athletes in learning and perfecting skills necessary to be successful in the classroom, on the playing field, in the University and seacoast community and in life-long endeavors. We coordinate comprehensive, sequential educational programs that enhance personal welfare and growth. In so doing, we utilize the expertise and services of many departments and organizations on campus. Included in these programs are: Health (substance use/abuse, sexually responsible behavior, sport-specific nutrition), Hazing, Diversity and Inclusion (gender, ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation), Career Planning and Preparation, Financial Responsibility, Leadership and Community Cathy Coakley Service. The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is a leadership group, selected by coaches and teammates, that acts as liaison between the athletic administration and student-athletes. The purpose of SAAC is to: provide communication and feedback to the athletic administration regarding student-athletes’ concerns, policies and procedures; disseminate information from the administration, campus organizations and the conference to their coaches and teammates; promote UNH Athletics in a positive way across campus, in Durham and throughout the seacoast area; build “community” within the Athletic Department by involving all teams in activities, events and educational programs; be a voice in the America East conference and NCAA regarding legislation, policy and community outreach; increase student body, faculty and staff attendance at athletic events by increasing athlete visibility and involvement in campus activities; organize community service projects that involve all teams, collectively and individually.

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Michelle Bronner Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Compliance/SWA

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Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Finance

Carrie Kimball Associate Athletic Director for Events Management

Amber Lilyestrom

Associate Athletic Director for Marketing & Communications

Nicole Ayer

Assistant Athletic Director for Ticketing

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Sports medicine The Certified Athletic Trainer provides a myriad of services to the department and the student-athlete. These include, but are not limited to, initial injury assessment and management, emergency injury/illness management, referral to appropriate professionals, interface with associated physicians and others, rehabilitation, counseling, administrative duties, including insurance coordination, supervision of practices and games, development and implementation of emergency plans, as well as student athletic trainer supervision. The athletic training room is considered to be “a designated facility where comprehensive health care services are provided. Jon Dana Hannah Berg Comprehensive health care services included practice and game preparation, injury/illness evaluation, first aid and emergency care, follow-up care, rehabilitation and related services.” (National Athletic Trainer’s Association Education Council) The Sports Medicine Department at the University of New Hampshire consists of eight full- and part-time certified and licensed athletic trainers. The department works out of two locations – the Field House and the Whittemore Center. Both athletic training rooms utilize currently available modalities, including muscle stimulators, ultrasound, heat, cryotherapy, and hydrotherapy. Jon Dana has been involved with UNH athletic program since 1984. He began his career as an assistant athletic trainer and was promoted to men’s head athletic trainer in 1987 and head athletic trainer for the entire program in 1989. In 2001, he was named UNH’s Director of Sports Medicine. In addition to overseeing operations and supervising the Sports Medicine staff, Dana works specifically with the football and ski teams. Dana is well respected in the athletic training field. His international experience includes: working at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing with the U.S. Canoe/Kayak team; working for the USA Canoe/Kayak teams at the World Cup in Prague, Slovenia, Augsburg and Germany; working at the 2004 Paralympics in Athens; working for the U.S. Men’s Team Handball squad at the Pan American Games in the Dominican Republic; and working with the U.S. Track and Field Team at the Paralympics World Championships in Lille, France. Additionally, he has worked at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in Sacramento, Calif., and at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y. Hannah Berg, a 2008 graduate of Connecticut State University who went on to earn a Masters in Athletic Training from Kent State University in 2010, joined the UNH Sports Medicine department in August 2012 and is the head trainer for the Wildcats’ women’s basketball team. Berg is a certified member of the National Athletic Training Association (NATA) and is a licensed athletic trainer in the states of New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Colorado. She also has a CPF for the Professional Rescuer, First Aid & AED Essentials certification and is certified as a Red Cross and ASHI First Aid & CPR Instructor. Prior to coming to UNH, Berg was an assistant athletic trainer and clinical coordinator at Fort Lewis College (Durango, Colo.), where she worked specifically with the women’s volleyball and basketball teams while assisting with nine other varsity teams in her two-year stint (Aug. 2010-June 2012). As a graduate assistant at Kent State for the 2009-10 season, Berg was the primary trainer for the men’s and women’s cross country and track & field teams. Berg also interned with the Connecticut Sun of the Women’s National Basketball Association in the 2007 and 2008 seasons.

Strength & Conditioning

The two basic goals of the Strength and Conditioning department are injury prevention and performance enhancement for the 20 varsity sports sponsored by the University of New Hampshire, and they have been key in guiding UNH student-athletes to NCAA appearances in both women’s and men’s ice hockey, field hockey, football, gymnastics, women’s volleyball, women’s lacrosse, skiing and track and field. The first goal, injury prevention, revolves around reducing the likelihood of the student-athlete getting injured during games or practice by training the student-athlete as a unit and pinpointing weaknesses in the player that need to be strengthened. The Paul Chapman John Ciani second goal, performance enhancement, centers on making the student-athlete a better student-athlete. This is done by educating student-athletes on a wide range of training from Olympic-style weightlifting to teaching the student-athlete how to move more efficiently while running or during an agility drill. The Strength and Conditioning program plays a vital role in the success of Wildcat basketball. The student-athletes train year-round to perform at their highest level throughout the season. The strength and conditioning program is a comprehensive training program that involves Olympic-style weightlifting, traditional strength training, plyometrics, agility/quickness training and sport-specific conditioning. Paul Chapman enters his 11th year as the director of strength and conditioning at the University of New Hampshire. During his tenure at UNH, Chapman helped coordinate the building and subsequent expansion of the state-of-the-art Jerry Azumah Performance Center. Chapman is a member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (strength and conditioning coach certified), USA Weightlifting (certified level 1 coach), the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and he was the state director of the National Strength and Conditioning Association in North Dakota from 199195. He has also authored four publications related to strength and conditioning and has trained and consulted several NFL, CFL and NHL athletes, and prospective athletes preparing for all-star games, bowl games and pre-draft testing. John Ciani is entering his 11th year at UNH; after four years as an assistant coach in the University’s strength and conditioning office, Ciani was promoted to the position of Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning in 2006. Ciani, a native of the San Diego, Calif. area, came to UNH after a stint as assistant strength coach at the University of North Dakota. In 2000, John began his career in strength and conditioning at Long Beach State as a graduate assistant working with the perennial national power women’s volleyball team, where he trained many All-American and national team level volleyball players, including Misty May. Ciani received a B.A. degree in Psychology from Long Beach State and worked on his Master’s Degree in Exercise Science at the University of North Dakota.

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Dr. Heather Barber

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Diane Metcalf Director of the Athletic Annual Fund

Jean Mitchell

Athletic Facilities Manager

Neil Lavoie

Equipment Manager

Liz McAllister Administrative Assistant for Basketball

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL The University of New Hampshire women's basketball team returns 11 letterwinners, including three starters, from last year's team that recorded 16 victories and advanced to the WBI tournament. Statistically, UNH returns three of its top four scorers, two of its top three rebounders, the top two 3-point shooters, two of the top four assist leaders and a player who started all 30 games a year ago. One of the starters and statistical leaders lost to graduation is Denise Beliveau, who is one of the top all-around players in program history. She led the 2012 team in points, rebounds, field goals made and attempted, free throws made, steals and minutes en route to garnering America East All-Conference First Team, AllDefensive Team and All-Academic Team; in ad- dition, Beliveau ranked second in both field goal percentage and free throw percentage as well as third in 3-point FG percentage and assists. Third-year head coach Maureen Magarity welcomes four newcomers to the program, which looks to continue its ascent in the America East conference – last year's fourth-place finish in the conference standings marked the highest since 2005, when the Wildcats were third. One way to climb the ranks is with a strong post presence. Another is with strong point play. The 201213 UNH Wildcats boast both with senior forward Morgan Frame (Waterville, Maine), who was voted to the America East Preseason All-Conference Team, and junior guard Kelsey Hogan (Nashua, N.H.), the team captain. In her first year as a UNH Wildcat in 2012, Frame led the team in scoring (16.0 points per game) and ranked second in rebounds (7.5 per game) to garner America East All-Conference Second Team recognition. She would have led the league in scoring and ranked No. 8 in rebounding if she met the minimum requirement of 75% games played (Frame played in 22 of 30 games – 73.3%). Frame led the team in field goal percentage (.443), and she also attempted the most free throws despite missing eight games (due to NCAA transfer regulations). The 6-foot-1 forward, a two-time America East Player of the Week honoree who was named UNH's Player of the Game five times, ranked second among Wildcats in field goals attempted and made as well as made free throws. Frame was UNH's top scorer 12 times (in 22 games) and the top rebounder nine times; she led the squad in both statistics seven times and tallied seven double-doubles, including a

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35-point, 12-rebound effort against Wagner in just her second game as a Wildcat. The 35 points marked the highest single-game output by any America East player last year. Hogan, the aforementioned player who started all 30 games in 2012, is a multiple threat in the backcourt. As the quarterback of the offense, she is strong on the dribble and an excellent passer. Hogan is also an accurate jumpshooter – she led not only the team but the America East conference in 3-point field goal percentage (.446; 41-for-92). Hogan also led New Hampshire in assists, ranked second in both 3-point field goals made and minutes (33.9 mpg) as well as third in scoring(10.2 ppg), field goals made a n d attempted, field goal percentage (.386) and free throws made and attempted. With those statistics, Hogan's other conference rankings included fifth in FT percentage (.896), seventh in minutes, 11th in both scoring and assists and 12th in field goal percentage. Other stats illustrate Hogan is a multi-dimensional overall player. In addition to her offensive prowess, she also tied for second on the squad in steals and was third in rebounding (3.8 rpg). The third returning starter is senior shooting guard Cari Reed (Oswego, N.Y.). She played in 28 of 30 games with 22 starts a year ago, when the 6-footer led the team in 3-point field goals made (44) and attempted (123). Reed also ranked second among all 'Cats in 3-point field goal percentage (.358) and blocks. The sharpshooter rewrote the UNH record book with eight 3-pointers in a game against Harvard at Lundholm Gym; she had shared the previous benchmark of six 3-pointers in a game with six others. Reed finished that game vs. Harvard with a career-high 32 points. In other statistics, Reed ranked fourth in scoring average (7.8 ppg), field goal percentage (.383) and minutes (25.8 per game). Another player who returns with starting experience is senior guard Lauren Wells (West Chester, Pa.), who utilizes her quickness and athleticism to drive past defenders but can also hit the mid-range jumper. Wells missed the entire 2012 season due to injury, but she started 21 of 29 games in 2011 as a junior and was in the starting lineup all 31 games in '10. In her junior season, Wells ranked third on the team in steals, fourth in assists and fifth in scoring; she also led the team in free throw percentage and ranked ninth in America East in 3-point field goal percentage.

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Another senior returning to the backcourt is Jilliane Friel (Durham, N.H.). The 3-point specialist has played in 58 career games. Last year, Friel played in 17 games, all off the bench, and averaged 6.4 minutes. Three other returners fulfill a variety of backcourt skill-sets. Ariel Gaston (Toledo, Ohio) possesses strong ball-handling skills and can run the point. In her collegiate debut, the season opener against Brown, Gaston tallied career highs in rebounds, assists, steals and minutes. She played in all 30 games as a rookie and was in the starting lineup nine times, including both postseason games. Gaston ranked fourth in assists and her game averages included 2.5 points, 2.5 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 18.8 minutes. Junior guard Sarah M a r i e Frankenberger (Gross Gerau, Germany) played in 28 of 30 games and was in the starting lineup eight times last year as a sophomore, when she averaged 2.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per game. Frankenberger ranked fifth on the team in field goal percentage and excelled at the foul line, where she made 94.1 percent of her free throw attempts. Unfortunately, due to an off-season injury, she will not be in the lineup for the 'Cats this season. Sophomore guard Alexandra Leftridge (Melville, N.Y.) saw limited action in 2012. She played in 11 games, all off the bench, and averaged 3.2 minutes. The frontcourt includes three other returning letterwinners. Junior forward Bridgette McKnight (Norristown, Pa.) came off the bench in 25 games a year ago. In 8.8 minutes per game, she averaged 1.2 points and 1.8 rebounds. McKnight's season highlights included career highs in points (10), rebounds (seven) and steals (four) against intrastate rival Dartmouth College. She matched those personal bests in both points and rebounds at Stony Brook. Kaylee Kilpatrick (St. John, New Brunswick) is a 6-foot-4 physical presence in the post. She played in 21 games and was in the starting

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lineup four times last year as a freshman. Kilpatrick, who recorded a career-high 14 points as well as two rebounds, one assist and two blocks in a home game against Albany, averaged 1.9 points, 0.9 rebounds and 6.8 minutes per game. Stephanie Spoto (Pittsford, N.Y.), a 6-foot sophomore forward, looks to increase her role. She played in 12 games, all off the bench, in 2012 and totaled a season-high eight minutes in consecutive games against Manhattan College and University of Rhode Island. Sophomore center Corinne Coia (North Smithfield, R.I.) joins the 'Cats after playing for the University of Rhode Island in 2012; she will sit out this season due to transfer regulations. Coia played in 27 of 29 games for the Rams and ranked third on the team in points, field goal percentage and rebounds; she was second in both free throws made and attempted as well as fifth in minutes. Prior to URI, Coia was a standout at The Lincoln School, where she was the first player in school history to reach 1,000 rebounds and the second to score 1,000 points. Kendall Martenet (Waukesha, Wis.) is the other new addition to the frontcourt. The 6-2 forward was a three-time captain at Mukwonago High School, where she led the team in rebounding as a junior and senior. Elizabeth Belanger (Acton, Mass.) and Victoria Duffey (Commerce Township, Mich.) join the Wildcat backcourt. Belanger garnered ESPN Boston All-State Team and Boston Herald All-Scholastic Team, Lowell Sun Player of the Year and Dual County League MVP accolades at Acton-Boxborough Regional High School. Duffey comes to UNH from Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes after lettering at Walled Lake Central High School for three years. She was a three-year starting point guard and two-time captain at Walled Lake Central, where she earned three AllConference and two Academic All-State accolades.

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Name Cl. Ariel Gaston Victoria Duffey Elizabeth Belanger Kaylee Kilpatrick Sarah-Marie Frankenberger Jilliane Friel Corinne Coia Kelsey Hogan Morgan Frame Alexandra Leftridge Cari Reed Lauren Wells Kendall Martenet Stephanie Spoto Bridgette McKnight

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Toledo, Ohio/Start

Commerce Township, Mich./Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

Acton, Mass./Acton-Boxborough Regional St. John, New Brunswick/Harbour View Gross Gerau, Germany/Theresianum Mainz Durham, N.H./Oyster River North Smithfield, R.I./U. of Rhode Island Nashua, N.H./Nashua North Waterville, Maine/Waterville Senior Melville, N.Y./Walt Whitman Oswego, N.Y./Oswego West Chester, Pa./Archbishop Carroll Waukesha, Wis./Mukwonago Pittsford, N.Y./Pittsford Sutherland East Norristown, Pa./Peddie

Kelsey Hogan Maureen Magarity (Marist College ‘03), third season Mike Roux (Assumption College ‘02), third season Brendan Copes (Marist College ‘03), first season Kristen Linderoth (Lafayette College ‘10), second season Kerry Cashman (Boston U. ‘11), first season

by the Alphabet

by State / Province / Country

by Class

Belanger, Elizabeth........................5 Coia, Corinne...............................15 Duffey, Victoria..............................2 Frame, Morgan............................22 Frankenberger, Sarah-Marie.....12 Friel, Jilliane..................................14 Gaston, Ariel..................................1 Hogan, Kelsey..............................20 Kilpatrick, Kaylee........................11 Leftridge, Alexandra...................23 Martenet, Kendall.......................30 McKnight, Bridgette...................35 Reed, Cari.....................................24 Spoto, Stephanie..........................33 Wells, Lauren...............................25

GERMANY (1): Frankenberger Maine (1): Frame Massachusetts (1): Belanger Michigan (1): Duffey New Brunswick (1): Kilpatrick New Hampshire (2): Friel, Hogan New York (3): Leftridge, Reed, Spoto Ohio (1): Gaston Pennsylvania (2): McKnight, Wells Rhode Island (1): Coia Wisconsin (1): Martenet

Seniors (4): Frame, Friel, Reed, Wells

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Morgan Frame Forward • 6-1 • Senior Hometown: Waterville, Maine High School: Waterville Senior Major: Sociology

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Collegiate Accolades • America East All-Conference Second Team (2012) • America East Player of the Week, twice in 2011-12 (12/26 and 01/30) • Named UNH’s America East Player of the Game five times (2011-12 season)

2011-12 • Started 20 of 22 games played (after sitting out the Fall semester due to NCAA transfer rules) • Led the team in scoring (16.0 ppg), field goal percentage (.443) and free throws attempted (141) • Ranked second in rebounding (7.5 rpg), field goals attempted (300) and made (133), and FT made (87) • Ranked third in minutes per game (31.0) • Started all 16 America East conference games with averages of 14.7 ppg and 7.1 rpg • In conference-only statistics, tied for second in scoring; 10th in FG%; 11th in rebounding • Scored in double digits in 19 of 22 games and eclipsed 20 points five times • Led the team in scoring 12 times and in rebounding nine times; led in both statistics seven times • Seven double-doubles, including each of her first two games • Career-high 35 points – three less than the school record – in her second game as a Wildcat (a 73-72 overtime win at Wagner); made 15 of 26 field goal attempts in 41 minutes; it was the highest point total by an America East player in 2011-12 • Recorded 15 pts, 10 rebounds, two steals and one block –and played 29 minutes – in her UNH debut at Rhode Island (12/18) • Scored 21 points (9 of 13 FGs) with six rebounds in the America East quarterfinal vs. UMBC (03/02) • Averaged 25.0 ppg with a .704 field goal percentage (19-for-27) in two games vs. UMBC • Scored 18 points on an efficient 6-for-8 effort from both the floor and foul line in 20 minutes at Stony Brook (02/18) • Made all seven free throw attempts in a 23-point effort at UMBC (01/02) • Career-high 12 rebounds three times (12/21 at Wagner; 01/14 at Vermont; 02/01 at Hartford) • Averaged 14.0 ppg at home (seven games), 16.7 ppg on the road (12 games) and 20.5 ppg at neutral sites (two games)

CAREER HIGHS Points Rebounds

35 at Wagner (12/21/11) 12 (three times)

most recent at Hartford (02/01/12) Assists

4 (twice)

most recent at Maine (01/25/12) Steals

4 vs Maine (02/22/12)

Blocks

3 at Vermont (01/14/12)

2010-11 • Sat out the second half of the 2010-11 season to NCAA transfer regulations.

BEFORE UNH • Before transferring to UNH, Frame played 20 games, including three starts, for St. Anselm College as a freshman in 2009-10 and nine games (one start) as a sophomore in 2010-11 • Averaged 6.1 points and 5.0 rebounds per game with a .463 shooting percentage (50-108) from the floor as a freshman • Recorded an impressive .541 field goal percentage (20-37) as a sophomore • Was a 1,000-point scorer at Waterville Senior High School, where she lettered in basketball, soccer, cross country and track and field • Gatorade Player of The Year in Maine and Miss Maine Basketball as a senior • Portland Herald Player of the Year during her junior and senior seasons • Bangor Daily Tournament MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior

Frame’S Career Stats YEAR GP-GS 09-10 20-3 10-11 9-1 11-12 22-20 TOTALS 51-24

FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 50-108 .463 0-0 –– 22-42 .524 45-54 99 5.0 36 18 45 6 7 122 6.1 20-37 .541 0-0 –– 11-25 .440 11-18 29 3.2 18 9 18 2 2 51 5.7 133-300 .443 0-1 .000 87-141 .617 69-95 164 7.5 57 28 72 9 21 353 16.0 203-445 .456 0-1 .000 120-208 .577 125-167 292 5.7 111 55 135 17 30 526 10.3

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Jilliane Friel

guard • 5-10 • Senior Hometown: Durham, N.H. High School: oyster river Major: business administration

COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES • America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll (2010)

2012-12

CAREER HIGHS Points

9 vs Boston U (01/28/10)

Rebounds 4 vs Binghamton (01/09/11) Assists 3-pointers

4 vs Maine (01/26/11) 2 (three times)

Steals

2 (twice)

Blocks

2 vs Boston U (01/06/11)

• Played in 17 games, all off the bench, and averaged 6.4 minutes per game • Season-high five points in the WBI tourney game at Holy Cross (03/15) • Also matched her season high of three rebounds in that postseason game • Three rebounds against both Central Connecticut State (11/27) and Vermont (02/11) • Season-high 16 minutes at Boston U. (01/19) • Tallied three points, one rebound, two assists, one block and one steal in that BU game

2010-11 • Played in 24 games, all off the bench • Played in 13 America East conference games • Season-best seven points against Central Connecticut State (12/19) • Career-high four rebounds versus Binghamton (01/09) • Personal-best four assists against Maine (01/26) • Career-high two blocks against Boston University (01/06) • Five multiple-rebound games

2009-10 • Played in 17 games, all off the bench • Career-high nine point on 3-for-4 shooting, including a personal-best two 3-pointers, against Boston University (01/28) • Season-high three rebounds twice • Career-high two steals against Harvard (11/24)

BEFORE UNH • Was a three-sport standout at Oyster River High School • New Hampshire Class I Player of the Year and a First Team All-State player as a senior • Jack Ford Scholar Athlete Award recipient from the NH Basketball Coaches Organization (measures academic excellence, citizenship through community service and basketball accomplishments) • Scored over 1,000 career points at Oyster River; second-leading girls scorer in school history, trailing only her older sister Jennifer • McDonald’s All-American as a senior • All-State Second Team as a junior • Three-time Foster’s Daily Democrat Basketball Dream Team member • Helped lead the Bobcats to Class I championships in 2006 and 2009 • Played for the New England Crusaders AAU team • Was the goalkeeper for the 2007 Class I state champions; All-State First Team • Also was the number one singles and doubles player on the tennis team

FRIEL’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 09-10 17-0 9-31 .290 7-23 .304 2-6 .333 1-10 11 0.6 9 6 4 1 7 27 1.6 10-11 24-0 10-37 .270 4-22 .182 6-19 .316 9-10 19 0.8 19 17 20 7 6 30 1.3 11-12 17-0 5-22 .227 2-13 .154 4-4 1.000 1-15 16 0.9 11 10 7 2 4 16 0.9 TOTALS 58-0 24-90 .267 13-58 .224 12-29 .414 11-35 46 0.8 39 33 31 10 17 73 1.3

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Cari Reed

guard • 6-0 • Senior Hometown: Oswego N.Y. High School: Oswego Major: Psychology

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COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES • America East Academic Honor Roll (2012)

2011-12 • School-record eight 3-pointers (on 11 attempts) vs. Harvard (12/06) • Career-high 32 points on 11-for-17 shooting from the floor and 2 of 2 from the foul line in that game • Played in 28 of 30 games with 22 starts • Led the team in 3-point field goals made (44) and attempted (123) • Ranked second in 3-point FG percentage (.358) and blocked shots (12) • Ranked fourth in points (218), scoring average (7.8 ppg), FG percentage (.383) and minutes (25.8 mpg) • In the America East conference, ranked fifth in 3-point FG percentage • In 16 America East conference games, averaged 6.4 ppg; 21-for-64 from 3-point range • Scored 21 points on 9-for-17 shooting, including 3 of 6 from 3-point range, at Wagner (12/21) • Season-high seven rebounds and three assists in 37 minutes in that Wagner game • Made a 3-point FG in 22 games with 11 multiple 3-point efforts • Career-high seven assists vs. NJIT (12/30) • Recorded 12 points (4 of 7 3-pointers), five rebounds and two assists at Stony Brook (02/18) • Matched her career high of two blocks vs. Manhattan (12/09) • Season-high 38 minutes at Vermont (01/14) with 13 pts, five rebs, two assists, two steals and one block

CAREER HIGHS Points

32 vs Harvard (12/06/11)

Rebounds 12 vs Vermont (01/17/10) 7 vs. NJIT (12/30/11)

Assists 3-pointers

8 vs Harvard (12/06/11)

Steals

4 vs Binghamton (02/26/11)

Blocks

2 (four times)

most recent vs Manhattan (12/09/11)

2010-11 • Played in 29 games with 26 starts • Made six 3-pointers against Maine (01/26), which at the time matched the school record • Finished with 58 3-pointers, which tied for second on UNH’s list of single-season superlatives • Ranked second on the team in scoring (10.4 ppg) as well as third in both assists (45) and blocks (12) • Led all UNH guards in rebounds with 125 (4.3 rpg) and in field goal percentage (.399) • Ranked second in the America East conference in 3-point field goals (58); fifth in 3-pt percentage (.367) • Scored in double digits 14 times with three 20+ point efforts • Recorded 5+ rebounds 12 times • Season-high 27 points vs. Maine (01/26), which was the highest point total by a ‘Cat in 2011-12 • Recorded her only career double-double vs. Vermont (01/17) with 11 points and a career-high 12 rebounds • Matched a career best with two blocks in both meetings against Vermont (01/17 and 02/17) • Established personal bests in free throws (6; Holy Cross 11/23) and steals (4; Binghamton 02/06)

2009-10 • Played in 27 games with two starts • Team-high 3-point field goal percentage of .358 (19-for-53) • Led UNH freshmen in scoring (3.4 ppg) and rebounding (2.1 rpg) • Season-high 12 points on 5 of 8 shooting – and four rebounds – against Binghamton (01/24) • Established her career high of two blocks and a season-high three 3-pointers against Albany (02/21) • Recorded six points, four rebounds and a season-best four assists vs. 23rd-ranked Syracuse

BEFORE UNH • Was a three-time selection to both the All-League First Team and the All-CNY (Central New York) Team while playing for her father, Phil, at Oswego High School • Averaged over 17 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals and 1.9 blocks per game in her senior season • Led the Buccaneers to three straight league championships and to the Class AA sectional finals each of those seasons • Selected as the conference Player of the Year in 2009 • Named to the All CNY Third Team in 2005 and 2006 • National Honor Society member the highest honor roll scholar athlete at Oswego • Played AAU basketball for the Unity Wildcats

REED’S CAREER STATS

YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 09-10 25-2 33-88 .375 19-53 .358 0-2 .000 17-36 53 2.1 16 20 20 3 8 85 3.4 10-11 29-26 109-273 .399 58-158 .331 26-38 .684 42-83 125 4.3 51 45 63 12 21 302 10.4 11-12 28-22 78-204 .382 44-123 .358 18-25 .720 25-58 83 3.0 35 38 48 12 15 218 7.8 TOTALS 82-50 220-565 .389 121-334 .362 44-65 .677 84-177 261 3.2 102 103 131 27 44 605 7.4

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Lauren Wells Guard • 5-7 • Senior

Hometown: west Chester, pa. High School: archbishop Carroll Major: Psychology

2011-12 • Redshirt season

2010-11

CAREER HIGHS Points

18 vs Quinnipiac (12/22/10)

Rebounds

6 (twice)

most recent vs Maine (01/26/11) Assists

5 (twice)

most recent at Binghamton (01/09/11) 3-pointers

4 (twice)

most recent at Stony Brook (02/09/11) Steals

4 vs Louisville (12/22/09)

Blocks

1 (13 times)

most recent at Hartford (02/26/11)

• Played all 29 games and was in the starting lineup 21 times • Ranked third on the team in steals (23), fourth in assists (39) and fifth in scoring (7.0 ppg) • Led the team in free throw percentage (.833; 20-24) • Ranked ninth in the America East conference in 3-point field goal percentage (.333; 35-105) • Scored in double digits five times, including a career-high 18 points vs. Quinnipiac (12/22) • Career-high four 3-pointers against both Quinnipiac (12/22) and at Stony Brook (02/09) • Recorded 5+ rebounds in three games and matched her career high of six at Maine (01/26) • Matched her personal best of five assists at Binghamton (01/09) • Led the team in steals five times • Tallied multiple assists in 11 games and was the team leader in that stat twice

2009-10 • Started all 31 games • Ranked fourth on the team in scoring (6.7 ppg) • Ranked second in both 3-point field goals made (32) attempted (99) for a .323 percentage • Was third in assists (37) and fourth in steals (22) • Season-high 15 points at Boston U. (02/28) • Scored in double digits eight other times • Recorded 12 points and a career-high four steals against Louisville (12/22) • Career-high five assists against Central Connecticut State University (12/10) • Season-high three 3-pointers and 12 points in her debut, the season opener vs. St. Joseph’s (11/13)

2008-09 • Played in 29 games, all off the bench • Ranked second on the team in both free throws made (40) and attempted (56) • Season-high 13 points, as well as two assists, one block and a steal vs. Vermont (02/01) • Career-high six rebounds vs. Morehead State; also had two steals that game • Season-high three assists vs. Boston U. (02/15)

BEFORE UNH • 2008 graduate of Archbishop Carroll High School • Led team to consecutive Philadelphia Catholic League championship game appearances, including the 2007 title • Also played at West Chester High School • Played AAU for the Chester County Wizards

WELLS’ CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 08-09 29-0 50-168 .298 7-36 .194 40-56 .714 16-39 55 1.9 20 23 24 3 12 147 5.1 09-10 31-31 83-221 .376 32-99 .323 11-23 .478 10-41 51 1.6 28 37 41 3 22 209 6.7 10-11 29-21 74-216 .343 35-105 .333 20-24 .833 18-47 65 2.2 26 39 51 7 23 203 7.0 TOTALS 89-62 207-605 .342 74-240 .308 71-103 .689 44-127 171 1.9 74 99 116 13 57 559 6.3

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Kelsey Hogan Guard • 5-6 • Junior

Hometown: Nashua, N.H. High School: Nashua north Major: Psychology

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COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES

• America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll (2012) • America East All-Rookie Team (2011) • America East Rookie of the Week, four times (2010-11 season)

2011-12

• Started all 30 games • Led the team in 3-point field goal percentage (.446; 41-for-92) and assists (76) • Second in 3-point field goals made (41) and minutes (33.9 mpg), and tied for second in steals (29) • Third in points (307), scoring average (10.2), FG made (96) and attempted (249), FG% (.386), FT made (74) and attempted (93), rebounds (113) and rebound average (3.8 rpg) • Led the America East conference in 3-point FG%; ranked fifth in FT%; 7th in minutes; 11th in scoring and assists; 12th in FG% • In 16 America East conference games, averaged 9.1 ppg; made 37 of 42 (.881) free throws • Was the team’s assist leader in 12 games and the top scorer four times • Career-high 10 rebounds vs. Seton Hall (11/16); was UNH’s top rebounder that game • Recorded 5+ rebounds eight other times • Season-high 17 points in the season opener at Brown (11/11); made 4 of 5 3-point field goals • Scored in double figures 14 other games, including 16 pts in the WBI tourney game at Holy Cross (03/15) • Multiple 3-point field goals 10 times, including both postseason games and 4-for-6 vs. Binghamton (01/22) • Played all 40 minutes three times – vs. Harvard (12/06), at Vermont (01/14) and vs. UMBC (03/02) • Season-high five assists three times – vs. Harvard (12/06), at Boston U. (01/19) and vs. Boston U. (02/15) • Went 6-for-6 from the foul line against Binghamton (02/25), UMBC (01/28) and Manhattan (12/09) • Matched her career high of three steals four times – at Iowa State (12/29), at UBMC (01/02), at Maine (01/25) and vs. Vermont (02/11)

CAREER HIGHS Points

20 vs Bryant (11/14/08)

Rebounds 10 vs Seton Hall (11/16/11) Assists 3-pointers

9 vs Stony Brook (2/9/11) 4 (twice)

most recent vs Binghamton (01/22/12) Steals

3 (six times)

most recent vs Vermont (02/11/12) Blocks

1 (three times)

most recent vs Vermont (02/11/12)

2010-11

• Started all 29 games • Led the team and America East conference in both 3-point FG percentage (.413; 43-104) and assists (118) • Ranked second on the team in minutes (33.1 mpg) and steals (25) • Ranked third in 3-pointers made (43), free throws made (52) and attempted (72) • Fourth in scoring (8.2 ppg) and rebounds (84) • Led the team in assists 19 times and tallied 5+ assists in 11 games • Career-high nine assists vs. Stony Brook (02/09) • Season-high 16 points with five rebounds and six assists against Stony Brook (01/15) • Season-best six rebounds versus Albany (02/03); recorded five rebounds in five games

2009-10

• Redshirt season due to injury

2008-09

• Redshirt season due to injury • Played in three games before suffering a season-ending injury at Long Island (11/28) • Career-high 20 points as well as eight rebounds against Bryant (11/14)

BEFORE UNH

• First ever 1,000-point scorer in Nashua North High School history • Amassed 1,032 points, 362 steals and 282 assists • All-State and All-Area Team selection each of her four seasons • All-Academic Team honoree as a junior

HOGAN’S CAREER STATS

YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 08-09 3-3 8-27 .296 2-11 .182 6-8 .750 0-10 10 3.3 6 9 17 0 1 24 8.0 09-10 -- 10-11 29-29 71-198 .359 43-104 .413 52-66 .788 16-68 84 2.9 70 118 118 1 25 237 8.2 11-12 30-30 96-249 .386 41-92 .446 74-93 .796 21-92 113 3.8 69 76 80 2 29 307 10.2 TOTALS 62-62 175-474 .369 86-207 .415 132-167 .790 37-170 207 3.3 145 203 215 3 55 568 9.2

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Sarah-Marie Frankenberger guard • 5-10 • Junior

Hometown: Gross Gerau, Germany High School: Theresianum mainz Major: Civil Engineering

2011-12

CAREER HIGHS Points

14 vs Dartmouth (11/30/11)

Rebounds

5 (twice)

most recent at Rhode Island (12/18/11) Assists Steals Blocks

3 vs. Browns (11/20/10) 3 at Central Conn St (11/27/11) 1 (three times)

most recent at Central Conn St (11/27/11)

• Played in 28 of 30 games and was in the starting lineup eight times (spanning the opening 10 games) • Averaged 2.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per game • Ranked fifth on the team in field goal percentage (.364; 28-77) • Made 16 of 17 free throws (94.1%); went 2-for-2 in seven games • Played in 14 America East conference games • Career-high 14 points at Dartmouth (11/30) on 6-for-13 shooting from the floor (1 of 4 3-pt) and 1-1 FT • Also recorded three rebounds, two steals and one assist in 39 minutes that game • Career-high five rebounds in consecutive games against Manhattan (12/09) and Rhode Island (12/18) • Nine other multiple-rebound games • In the opening five games, made 15 of 30 FGs (.500), including 4-for-10 3-pointers, and averaged 8.2 ppg

2010-11 • Played in 26 of 29 games with seven starts • Led the team in scoring against Quinnipiac (12/29) with a season-high 11 points • Recorded 10 points, three rebounds and three assists versus Brown (11/20) • Pulled in multiple rebounds seven times • Four multiple-assist efforts • Multiple steals in three contests

BEFORE UNH • Played in the 2010 European Basketball College Exposure Camp (Bonn, Germany) and was named MVP • Played for the 2009-10 German National U20/21 Team; averaged 6.3 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game and a .583 FG percentage in nine games • Played with the European Championship squad three consecutive years; 6.3 points and 3.5 rebounds per game in that span • Led Germany to third place at the 2009 European Championships and hit the game-winning shot in the 2007 semifinals to propel the team to second place • First Team DBBL (Rhein Main Baskets) and Second Team DBBL (Bender Baskets) in 2010 • Second Team DBBL (ASC Theresianum Mainz) in 2008 and 2009

FRANKENBERGER’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 10-11 26-7 25-80 .313 9-35 .257 21-29 .724 10-20 30 1.2 32 19 61 3 10 80 3.1 11-12 28-8 28-77 .364 6-30 .200 16-17 .941 15-23 38 1.4 29 12 29 1 14 78 2.8 TOTALS 54-15 53-157 .338 15-65 .231 37-46 .804 25-43 68 1.3 61 31 90 4 24 158 2.9

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Bridgette McKnight

forward • 5-10 • Junior Hometown: Norristown, pa. High School: Peddie Major: political science

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2011-12 • Played in 25 games, including 12 America East conference games, all off the bench • Averaged 1.2 points, 1.8 rebounds and 8.8 minutes per game • Recorded career highs in points (10), rebounds (seven) and steals (four) at Dartmouth on Nov. 30 • Played a season-high 28 minutes in that game at Dartmouth; shot 4-8 from the floor and 2-2 FTs • Matched her personal bests in both points (10) and rebounds (seven) at Stony Brook on Feb. 18 • Career-high three assists vs. Manhattan (12/09); was the team leader in assists that game • Four other games with two assists; that included consecutive games at Wagner (12/21) and Iowa State (12/29) • Tied as the team’s assist leader (with two) in the aforementioned games vs. Dartmouth and Stony Brook • Recorded four rebounds three times in a four-game span, including consecutive games vs. Manhattan (12/09) and Rhode Island (12/18); Iowa State (12/29) was the other game in that span

2010-11

CAREER HIGHS Points

10 (twice)

most recent at Stony Brook (02/18/12) Rebounds

7 (twice)

most recent at Stony Brook (02/18/12) Assists

3 vs Manhattan (12/09/11)

Steals

4 at Dartmouth (11/30/11)

Blocks

1 at Notre Dame (11/12/10)

• Played in 17 games, all off the bench • Averaged 6.7 minutes and 1.1 rebounds per game • Recorded multiple rebounds in five games • Season-high four rebounds in consecutive games against Holy Cross (11/23) and Syracuse (11/29) • Season highs in both steals (three) and assists (two) vs. Brown (11/20)

BEFORE UNH • Recorded more than 600 points and 700 rebounds at the Peddie School • All-Prep Second Team twice • All-Prep Third Team twice • Played in 103 of 105 games as a four-year starter for the Falcons, who won four NJIAA Prep A state championships and four Mid-Atlantic Prep League titles • The Falcons were nationally ranked three of four years; that included Top 25 recognition by ESPN and USA Today during her senior season • In track & field, was a three-time NJIAA Prep A state champion in shot put • Also lettered on the Falcons’ state championship field hockey team

McKNIGHT’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 10-11 17-0 7-21 .333 0-0 –– 0-2 .000 8-10 18 1.1 22 3 11 1 7 14 0.8 11-12 25-0 12-43 .279 0-0 –– 5-13 .385 14-32 46 1.8 30 16 12 0 14 29 1.2 TOTALS 42-0 19-64 .297 0-0 –– 5-15 .333 22-42 64 1.5 52 19 23 1 21 43 1.0

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Ariel Gaston

guard • 5-7 • Sophomore Hometown: Toledo, Ohio High School: Start Major: Psychology

2011-12

CAREER HIGHS Points Rebounds

8 vs UMBC (01/28/12) 10 at Brown (11/11/11)

5 (three times) Assists most recent at Holy Cross (03/15/12) Steals

3 at Brown (11/11/11)

Blocks

1 (three times)

most recent at Holy Cross (03/15/12)

• Played in all 30 games and was in the starting lineup nine times, including the first seven games of the season and both postseason games • Averaged 2.5 points, 2.5 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 18.8 minutes per game • Ranked fourth on the team in assists (44) • Led the team in assists in five games, including both postseason games • Career-high eight points vs. UMBC (01/28) on 3-8 FGs (1-4 3-pointers) and 1-2 FTs • Career highs in rebounds (10), assists (five), steals (three) and minutes (35) in her collegiate debut, the season opener at Brown (11/11); also scored six points, all from the foul line, in that game • Tallied 5+ rebounds in four other games, including six at Cornell (11/22) and five in consecutive games vs. Binghamton (02/25) and UMBC (03/02) • Matched her personal best of five assists at Maine (01/25) and in the WBI tourney game at Holy Cross (03/15) • Six other multiple-assist games, including four in the America East quarterfinal vs. UMBC (03/02)

BEFORE UNH • Helped lead Start High School to the 2010 City League championship and reach the Division I state semifinals • All-District Third Team in 2010 • Before transferring to Start in 2010, was an All-League First Team as a sophomore and junior at Southview • Also named to the All-League Second Team as a freshman

Gaston’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 11-12 30-9 27-111 .243 7-35 .200 15-28 .536 13-61 74 2.5 40 44 55 3 14 76 2.5 TOTALS 30-9 27-111 .243 7-35 .200 15-28 .536 13-61 74 2.5 40 44 55 3 14 76 2.5

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forward • 6-4 • Sophomore

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Hometown: St. John, New Brunswick High School: Harbour View Major: BMS: Medical and Veterinary Science

2011-12 • Played in 21 games and was in the starting lineup four times • Averaged 1.9 points, 0.9 rebounds and 6.8 minutes per game • In her first career start (11/22 at Cornell), recorded five points, four rebounds, one assist and a career-high three blocks in a personal-best 24 minutes • Scored a career-high 14 points on 4-6 shooting from the floor and 6-7 from the foul line in 14 minutes played vs. Albany on Jan. 11 • Also tallied two rebounds, one assist and two blocks in that Albany game • Career-high five rebounds at Central Connecticut (11/27) and scored six points in that game • Personal-best two assists vs. Maine (01/25)

CAREER HIGHS Points Rebs Assists

14 vs Albany (01/11/12) 5 at Central Conn St (11/27/11) 2 at Maine (01/25/12)

Steals

2 vs Harvard (12/06/11)

Blocks

3 at Cornell (11/22/11)

BEFORE UNH • Four-year letterwinner at Harbour View High School, where she was named team MVP all four years • Led the team to the New Brunswick Juvenille Girls Basketball championship from 20098-11 • Named to the New Brunswick Basketball Coaches Association Conference All-Star Team in 2011 • Two-time Junior Female Athlete of the Year and co-Senior Female Athlete of the Year • Also lettered in volleyball and was team MVP all four years

Kilpatrick’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 11-12 21-4 13-40 .325 0-0 –– 14-22 .636 6-12 18 0.9 21 8 19 7 3 40 1.9 TOTALS 21-4 13-40 .325 0-0 –– 14-22 .636 6-12 18 0.9 21 8 19 7 3 40 1.9

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Alexandra Leftridge

g/F • 5-10 • Sophomore Hometown: Melville, N.Y. High School: Walt Whitman Major: Undeclared

2011-12

CAREER HIGHS Points

3 vs. Binghamton (01/22/12)

Rebounds

3 vs. Albany (01/11/12)

• Played in 11 games, all off the bench • Scored a season-high three points vs. Binghamton (01/22) by making her only FG attempt, a 3-point shot • Recorded a personal-best three rebounds vs. Albany (01/11) and scored two points in five minutes • Played a season-high 10 minutes against Central Connecticut (11/27) • Averaged 0.6 points, 0.7 rebounds and 3.2 minutes per game

Assists n/a

BEFORE UNH

Steals n/a

• McDonald’s All-America nominee in 2011 • Scored more than 1,000 points as a four-year starter at Walt Whitman High School • Team MVP as a freshman and junior • All-County as a junior in 2010 • All-League in 2009 • Rookie of the Year in 2008

Blocks n/a

Leftridge’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 11-12 11-0 3-9 .333 1-1 1.000 0-0 –– 5-3 8 0.7 3 0 3 0 0 7 0.6 TOTALS 11-0 3-9 .333 1-1 1.000 0-0 –– 5-3 8 0.7 3 0 3 0 0 7 0.6

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Stephanie Spoto G/F • 6-0 • Sophomore

Hometown: Pittsford, N.Y. High School: Pittsford Sutherland Major: Kinesiology: Exercise Science

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2011-12 • Played in 12 games, all off the bench • Scored a personal-best four points vs. Manhattan (12/09) by shooting 2-3 from the floor • Recorded a career-high two rebounds at Stony Brook (02/18) • Season-high eight minutes in consecutive appearances vs. Manhattan (12/09) and Rhode Island (12/18)

CAREER HIGHS Points

4 vs Manhattan (12/09/11)

BEFORE UNH

Rebounds 2 at Stony Brook (02/18/12)

• A 2011 graduate of Pittsfield-Sutherland High School, where she lettered in basketball and lacrosse • All-State Third Team as a senior in 2011 • All-County Team selection three times • All-Greater Rochester First Team in 2011 • All-Greater Rochester Second Team in 2010 • Section 5 co-Player of the Year in 2011 • Team MVP as a senior • Played in the Ronald McDonald All-Star Game • In lacrosse, led team to sectional championship in 2010 and 2011, and to state title in ‘11 • Lacrosse accolades included Academic All-America (2010) and All-County First Team

Assists

1 vs Binghamton (01/22/12)

Steals n/a Blocks n/a

Spoto’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 11-12 12-0 3-11 .273 0-2 .000 0-0 –– 5-2 7 0.6 3 1 3 0 0 6 0.5 TOTALS 12-0 3-11 .273 0-2 .000 0-0 –– 5-2 7 0.6 3 1 3 0 0 6 0.5

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Corinne Coia

Center • 6-4 • Sophomore Hometown: North Smithfield, R.I. High School: The Lincoln School Major: Undeclared

BEFORE UNH

CAREER HIGHS Points

19 vs Quinnipiac (12/10/11)

Rebounds

8 (twice)

most recent at Fordham (01/14/12) Assists

2 (three times)

most recent vs La Salle (02/11/12) Steals

3 vs Duquesne (02/08/12)

Blocks

3 vs UMass (01/11/12)

• Played in 27 of 29 games as a freshman at the University of Rhode Island in 2011-12 • At URI, ranked third on the team in points (207), field goal percentage (.407; 77-189) and rebounds (107) • Also ranked second in both free throws made (53) and attempted (77) as well as fifth in minutes (608) • Led URI in scoring four times, including a season-high 19 points vs. Quinnipiac (12/10/11) • Led the Rams in rebounds five times, including a personal-best eight against both Brown (12/03) and at Fordham (01/14) • Recorded 5+ rebounds in 11 games • Played a season-high 35 minutes vs. La Salle (02/11/11); recorded 13 pts and a team-high five rebounds • Lettered in basketball, soccer, lacrosse and crew at The Lincoln School • First player at Lincoln to reach 1000+ rebounds (1,138 ) and second to reach 1000 point milestone (1,090) • McDonald’s All-America nominee as a senior • Other accolades that season included All-State, NEPCSAC All-Star and All-League • Averaged double digits in both points and rebounds all four years • Also named to the All-Star Team as a freshman, sophomore and junior • Captained the basketball and soccer teams as a senior • Played as a freshman at North Smithfield High School before transferring to The Lincoln School

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Elizabeth Belanger

Guard • 5-10 • Freshman Hometown: Acton, Mass. High School: Acton-Boxborough Major: Kinesiology: Sport Studies

BEFORE UNH • 2012 graduate of Acton-Boxborough Regional High School, where she was a four-year letterwinner in basketball and volleyball • ESPN Boston All-State Team and Boston Herald All-Scholastic Team as a junior in 2011 • Lowell Sun Player of the Year and Dual County League MVP in 2011 • League Player of the Year and All-Star as a sophomore in 2010 • Boston Globe Second Team All-Star and Lowell Sun All-Star Team in 2010 • League All-Star as a freshman in ‘09 • Averaged 20.5 points, 11.4 rebounds and 2.7 steals per game as a junior, when she led Acton-Boxborough to the MIAA Division I North final • Scored her 1,000th career point in a 2011 D1 North first round victory • Also played for the AAU New England Lady Crusaders • Captained both basketball and volleyball teams as a senior

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Victoria Duffey Guard • 5-5 • Freshman

Hometown: Commerce Township, Mich. High School: Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Major: Undeclared BEFORE UNH

• 2012 graduate of Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes after transferring from Walled Lake Central H.S. • Was a three-year starting point guard and two-time captain at Walled Lake Central • Earned All-Conference honors all three years and was Academic All-State twice • Left Walled Lake Central ranked sixth in career points and third in career 3-pointers made (100) • As a junior in 2011, led the team in points, assists and steals; also ranked second in rebounding • As a sophomore in 2010, broke the school record for 3-pointers in a single season • Led the team in both assists and steals as a freshman and sophomore • Played AAU for the All Michigan team and won Michigan’s 3-point shootout contest in 2011 • Led All Michigan to the 2011 Run for the Roses Classic title and a third-place finish at Deep South

Kendall Martenet

Forward • 6-2 • Freshman Hometown: Waukesha, Wis. High School: Mukwonago Major: English: Journalism

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BEFORE UNH • 2012 graduate of Mukwonago High School, where she lettered in basketball and volleyball • Three-time team captain (2010-11-12 seasons) • All-Conference Honorable Mention as a senior in 2012, when she led the team in rebounds • Led Mukwonago to the regional final championship in 2012 • Team leader in rebounds as a junior • In volleyball, named All-Conference Second Team as a senior • Led volleyball team in blocks as a junior and senior

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2011-12 Season Review Outside of Durham, expectations weren’t high for the 2011-12 UNH women’s basketball team, which was picked sixth in the America East Coaches Preseason Poll. Under the guidance of second-year head coach Maureen Magarity, the Wildcats proved the prognosticators wrong as they finished fourth in the conference standings and advanced to the WBI tournament en route to their first winning season since 2006 and the highest win total since the 2002 squad also finished with 16 victories. UNH started the season strong with six wins through 10 games. It began 11/11/11 with a 62-57 victory at Brown in which the Wildcats led wire-to-wire. Kelsey Hogan topped all scorers with 17 points and Denise Beliveau had a team-high 13 rebounds as well as 10 points; in her collegiate debut, Ariel Gaston recorded six points, 10 rebounds, five assists and three steals. The Wildcats fell in their home opener vs. Seton Hall, then went 2-1 during a stretch of three consecutive road games to improve to 3-2. Trailing by one point in the waning seconds at Cornell, Hogan corralled an offensive rebound under the basket and scored on a putback with .1-of-a-second remaining to lift the ‘Cats to a 63-62 victory. Beliveau recorded her second double-double of the season with 18 points and 10 rebounds – as well as three steals – vs. the Big Red. Following a loss to Central Connecticut State, UNH rebounded to upend intrastate rival Dartmouth College by a 58-53 score. Beliveau once again led the squad in points (15), rebounds (13) and steals (five). Individual milestones highlighted the next two games, both of which were losses at home. Beliveau became the 16th player in UNH program history to attain the 1,000 point milestone with the first of her seven field goals vs. Holy Cross on Dec. 3; she entered the game with 999 career points and once again led the squad in points (15), rebounds (eight) and steals (five). In the next game against Harvard, Cari Reed broke the school record with eight 3-pointers. The Wildcats trailed by as many as 14 points but rallied to take a 49-48 lead on a Reed jumper with 8:30 remaining. Harvard surged back in front with nine consecutive points and held off the ‘Cats down the stretch by making all eight free throw attempts. Bolstered by her 8-for-11 effort from 3-point range, Reed finished with a career-high 32 points in 30 minutes. New Hampshire closed a three-game homestand with a 57-42 victory against Manhattan in which Beliveau yet again led the way with a double-double (17pts, 14 reb). Just as they had done in the season opener, the ‘Cats led wire-to-wire by racing out to a 9-0 lead and building a 16-point advantage (23-7). The visitors closed within 33-31 early in the second half, but back-to-back jumpers by Reed ignited a decisive 16-point run. UNH won consecutive games at Rhode Island (52-33) and Wagner (73-72) to improve to 5-1 on the road and 6-4 overall. In her collegiate debut at URI on Dec. 18, Morgan Frame recorded a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Beliveau and Hogan also netted 15 points and the senior captain finished one rebound shy of another double-double. The Wildcats trailed URI 30-20 with 15 minutes to play, but back-to-back baskets by Frame and Beliveau started a 17-0 spurt that gave New Hampshire a lead it would not relinquish. Frame scored 35 points – three less than the school record – and pulled down 12 rebounds in just her second game as a UNH Wildcat, but it was Beliveau’s short jumper with three seconds left in overtime that lifted the ‘Cats to a 73-72 road win vs. Wagner. Beliveau’s late heroics were set up by Reed, who sent the game into OT with a 3-pointer in the closing seconds, then scored the team’s initial eight points in the extra session. Reed netted 21 points on the strength of 9-for-17 shooting from the floor, including 3 of 6 from 3-point range. Frame was honored as America East Player of the Week for her double-double. New Hampshire closed the 2011 calendar year at the Cyclone Challenge, which was held Dec. 29-30 at Iowa State. Frame was the top ‘Cat in both points (16) and rebounds (eight) in a 71-57 loss to the host team on opening day, but UNH rebounded to upend the New Jersey Institute of Technology, 79-71, in the consolation game; the Wildcats made 9 of 12 free throws in the last two minutes to secure the victory. Beliveau, who was named to the All-Tournament Team – and then selected America East Player of the Week, led four double-digit scorers with 24 points and also had 12 rebounds to record her fifth double-double of the season. Frame (20 points), Hogan (13) and Abigail LaRosa (11) were the other top scorers. UNH traveled directly to Baltimore, Md. to open America East conference play Jan. 2. The Wildcats led 61-51 with just under six minutes to play, but UMBC closed the game on a 16-4 run and escaped with a 67-65 win when a 3-point shot at the buzzer was off the mark. The Wildcats returned home and led from start to finish in a 64-45 victory against Hartford at Lundholm Gym. Beliveau (23 pts, 7 rebs), who was honored as America East Player of the Week for the second straight week, and Frame (15 pts, 7 rebs) once again led the way for the ‘Cats. After a home loss to Albany, the ‘Cats won consecutive games with a 69-63 overtime win at Vermont and a 10-point victory vs. Stony Brook to improve to 10-7 overall and 3-2 in America East; it marked the earliest New Hampshire reached double-digit wins since the 1999 season. UNH went 2-2 the rest of January and closed the month with back-to-back wins against Maine (66-50 on the road) and UMBC (75-68) to climb into a tie for third place in the conference standings. Frame, who averaged 17 points, nine rebounds and 3.5 assists in those two wins, was tabbed America East Player of the Week. The ‘Cats opened February with road losses to Hartford and Albany, then completed a season sweep of UVM with a 58-48 victory of the Catamounts at Lundholm Gym. After a loss to BU, UNH closed the regular season with a three-game winning streak by defeating Stony Brook (63-46), Maine (65-53 on Senior Night) and Binghamton (59-52, OT). In her final home game, Beliveau recorded 16 points and seven rebounds against the Black Bears.

Prior to the start of the America East Championship, Beliveau was named to the All-Conference First Team, All-Defensive Team and All-Academic Team, while Frame was an All-Conference Second Team honoree. March Madness began with a quarterfinal game against UMBC, and madness proved an apt description in the closing minute. With the score tied, 57-57, UNH was whistled for an offensive foul and then a loose-ball foul with 1.3 seconds on the clock that led to UMBC’s game-winning free throws. New Hampshire’s season did not end with that heartbreaking loss, however, as the Wildcats accepted an invitation to the Women’s Basketball Invitational. UNH traveled for a first-round game against Holy Cross and erased a 13-point first-half deficit by opening the second half on a 14-4 run to take a 39-38 lead. That would be the Wildcats’ only lead of the game as the Crusaders kept the visitors at arm’s length the rest of the way for a 63-59 victory. Beliveau matched her season high of 24 points and also contributed eight rebounds and five steals. Hogan (16 pts, six rebs) and Frame (11pts, six rebs) also had notable efforts. The end of the 2012 season marked the end of UNH basketball careers for Beliveau, LaRosa and Kelley Flynn.

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2011-12 UNH Women's Basketball 2011-12 Team & INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS New Hampshire Combined Team Statistics (as of Jul 25, 2012) All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 16-14 9-7 7-7

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

##

Player

gp-gs

22 10 20 24 15 45 12 01 11 35 14 23 33

Frame, Morgan Beliveau, Denise Hogan, Kelsey Reed, Cari LaRosa, Abigail Flynn, Kelley Frankenberger, Sarah Gaston, Ariel Kilpatrick, Kaylee McKnight, Bridgette Friel, Jilliane Leftridge, Alexandra Spoto, Stephanie Team Total.......... Opponents......

22-20 683 31.0 133-300 30-30 1052 35.1 145-352 30-30 1016 33.9 96-249 28-22 723 25.8 78-204 30-23 846 28.2 39-139 23-4 236 10.3 31-88 28-8 415 14.8 28-77 30-9 564 18.8 27-111 21-4 143 6.8 13-40 25-0 220 8.8 12-43 17-0 109 6.4 5-22 11-0 35 3.2 3-9 12-0 33 2.8 3-11

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game Score by Periods New Hampshire Opponents

HOME 6-6 5-3 1-3

30 30

6075 6075

UNH 1753 58.4 -1.6 613-1645 .373 152-469 .324 5.1 375-529 .709 12.5 1118 37.3 +0.5 362 12.1 482 16.1 -0.6 0.8 211 7.0 70 2.3 4804 12-400 -

1st 2nd 814 896 833 938

OT 43 29

.443 .412 .386 .382 .281 .352 .364 .243 .325 .279 .227 .333 .273

0-1 35-104 41-92 44-123 16-68 0-0 6-30 7-35 0-0 0-0 2-13 1-1 0-2

613-1645 .373 152-469 644-1701 .379 152-503

OPP 1800 60.0 644-1701 .379 152-503 .302 5.1 360-518 .695 12.0 1104 36.8 351 11.7 464 15.5 0.8 255 8.5 87 2.9 24300 16-1435 2-668 Totals 1753 1800

AWAY 9-7 4-4 5-3

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

.000 .337 .446 .358 .235 .000 .200 .200 .000 .000 .154

87-141 98-117 74-93 18-25 37-46 7-23 16-17 15-28 14-22 5-13 4-4 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0

.617 .838 .796 .720 .804 .304 .941 .536 .636 .385 1.000

.000 .000

.324 375-529 .709 .302 360-518 .695

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Date 11/11/11 11/16/11 11/22/11 11/27/11 11/30/11 12/3/11 12/6/11 12/9/11 12/18/11 12/21/11 12-29-11 12-30-11 1/2/12 010512 1/11/12 01/14/12 1/16/12 01/19/12 1/22/12 1/25/12 1/28/12 02/01/12 2/8/12 02/11/12 02/15/12 2/18/12 2/22/12 2-25-12 03/02/12 03/15/12

off

Rebounds def tot avg

NEUTRAL 1-1 0-0 1-1

pf dq

a

to blk stl

69 95 164 7.5 57 1 28 72 9 72 185 257 8.6 64 3 46 68 9 21 92 113 3.8 69 2 76 80 2 25 58 83 3.0 35 0 38 48 12 18 81 99 3.3 70 4 73 59 3 30 37 67 2.9 31 0 10 19 22 15 23 38 1.4 29 0 12 29 1 13 61 74 2.5 40 0 44 55 3 6 12 18 0.9 21 0 8 19 7 14 32 46 1.8 30 0 16 12 0 1 15 16 0.9 11 0 10 7 2 5 3 8 0.7 3 0 0 3 0 5 2 7 0.6 3 0 1 3 0 61 67 128 1 8 355 763 1118 37.3 464 10 362 482 70 374 730 1104 36.8 480 - 351 464 87

Opponent at Brown SETON HALL at Cornell at Central Connecticut at Dartmouth HOLY CROSS HARVARD MANHATTAN at Rhode Island at WAGNER at Iowa State vs NJIT at UMBC HARTFORD ALBANY at Vermont STONY BROOK at Boston University BINGHAMTON at MAINE UMBC at HARTFORD at Albany VERMONT BOSTON UNIVERSITY at Stony Brook MAINE at Binghamton vs UMBC at Holy Cross

W L W L W L L W W Wot L W L W L Wot W L L W W L L W L W W Wot L L

pts

avg

353 423 307 218 131 69 78 76 40 29 16 7 6

16.0 14.1 10.2 7.8 4.4 3.0 2.8 2.5 1.9 1.2 0.9 0.6 0.5

211 1753 255 1800

58.4 60.0

21 66 29 15 29 2 14 14 3 14 4 0 0

Score 62-57 38-61 63-62 44-83 58-53 50-61 62-69 57-42 52-33 73-72 57-71 79-71 65-67 64-45 44-60 69-63 63-53 39-79 55-64 66-50 75-68 46-64 59-68 58-48 52-63 63-46 65-53 59-52 57-59 59-63

Att. 1557 364 312 427 617 379 311 332 3355 407 7475 0 412 346 288 805 341 271 481 1262 421 1239 1240 689 329 450 523 2674 1335 462

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2011-12 Game-by-Game leaders Date

Opponent

Score W/L Points Rebounds

Assists Steals

11/11 at Brown 62-67 W 17-Kelsey Hogan 13-Denise Beliveau 5-Ariel Gaston 11/16 SETON HALL 38-61 L 7- Cari Reed, 10- Kelsey Hogan 2- Kelley Flynn, Kelsey Hogan Cari Reed 11/22 at Cornell 63-62 W 18- Denise Beliveau 10- Denise Beliveau 4- Abigal LaRosa 11/27 at Central Conn. 44-83 L 11- Kelsey Hogan 7- Denise Beliveau 2- Ariel Gaston, Abigail LaRosa 11/30 at Dartmouth 58-53 W 15- Denise Beliveau 13- Denise Beliveau 2- 3 tied 12/03 HOLY CROSS 50-61 L 15- Denise Beliveau 8- Denise Beliveau 4- Kelsey Hogan 12/06 HARVARD 62-69 L 32- Cari Reed 6- Abigail LaRosa, 6- Abigail LaRosa Denise Beliveau 12/09 MANHATTAN 57-42 W 17- Denise Beliveau 14- Denise Beliveau 3- 4 tied 12/18 at Rhode Island 52-33 W 15- 3 tied 10- Morgan Frame 3- Kelsey Hogan, Abigail LaRosa 12/21 at Wagner 73-72 W 35- Morgan Frame 12- Morgan Frame 4- Kelsey Hogan 12/29 at Iowa State 57-71 L 16- Morgan Frame 8- Morgan Frame 3- Kelsey Hogan 12/30 NJIT 79-71 W 24- Denise Beliveau 12- Denise Beliveau 7- Cari Reed 01/02 at UMBC * 65-67 L 23- Morgan Frame 16- Denise Beliveau 3- Abigail LaRosa, Denise Beliveau 01/05 HARTFORD * 64-45 W 23- Denise Beliveau 7- Morgan Frame, 6- Abigail LaRosa Denise Beliveau 44-60 L 14- Kaylee Kilpatrick 5- Denise Beliveau 3- Abigail LaRosa 01/11 ALBANY * 01/14 at Vermont * 69-63 W 16- Morgan Frame 17- Denise Beliveau 4- Kelsey Hogan 01/16 STONY BROOK * 63-53 W 19- Denise Beliveau 7- Denise Beliveau 3- Abigail LaRosa 01/19 at Boston University * 39-79 L 13- Morgan Frame, 7- Morgan Frame, 5- Kelsey Hogan Denise Beliveau Denise Beliveau 55-64 L 16- Denise Beliveau 11- Denise Beliveau 3- Denise Beliveau 01/22 BINGHAMTON * 01/25 at MAINE * 66-50 W 24- Denise Beliveau 8- Morgan Frame 5- Ariel Gaston 01/28 UMBC * 75-68 W 27- Morgan Frame 10- Morgan Frame 4- Denise Beliveau 02/01 at HARTFORD * 46-64 L 13- Morgan Frame 12- Morgan Frame 3- Kelsey Hogan 02/08 at Albany * 59-68 L 19- Denise Beliveau 14- Denise Beliveau 5- Abigail LaRosa 02/11 VERMONT * 58-48 W 17- Denise Beliveau 14- Denise Beliveau 5- Abigail LaRosa 02/15 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 52-63 L 18- Morgan Frame 11- Morgan Frame 5- Kelsey Hogan 02/18 at Stony Brook * 63-46 W 18- Morgan Frame 9- Denise Beliveau 2- 4 tied 02/22 MAINE * 65-53 W 16- Denise Beliveau 7- Denise Beliveau 4- Abigail LaRosa 59-52 W 15- Morgan Frame 12- Denise Beliveau 4- Abigail LaRosa 02/25 at Binghamton * 03/02 vs UMBC # 57-59 L 21- Morgan Frame 9- Denise Beliveau 4- Ariel Gaston 03/15 at Holy Cross ^ 59-63 L 24- Denise Beliveau 8- Denise Beliveau 5- Ariel Gaston

2-Ariel Gaston 1- 3 tied

3- Denise Beliveau 3- Sara Frankenberger Denise Beliveau 5- Denise Beliveau 5- Denise Beliveau 2- Kaylee Kilpatrick, Denise Beliveau 1- 3 tied 2- 3 tied 3- Morgan Frame, 4- Denise Beliveau 2- Denise Beliveau 3- Kelsey Hogan 2- Denise Beliveau 3- Denise Beliveau 2- 3 tied 3- Denise Beliveau 3- Denise Beliveau 3- Denise Beliveau 3-Kelsey Hogan 1- 6 tied 1- 4 tied 3- Abigail LaRosa 3- Abigail LaRosa 3- Denise Beliveau 3- Denise Beliveau 4- Morgan Frame 1- 3 tied 3- Denise Beliveau 5- Denise Beliveau

* America East Conference game # America East Championship tournament game (at Hartford) ^ WBI tournament game

Denise Beliveau persevered through numerous injuries to become one of the top all-around players in UNH women’s basketball history. On the program’s career leaderboard, she ranks sixth in scoring (1,365 points), fourth in both rebounds (843) and 3-pointers (141), third in steals (202) and 18th in assists (202). Beliveau led the 2012 team in points, rebounds, field goals made and attempted, free throws made, steals and minutes; in addition, she ranked second in both field goal percentage and free throw percentage as well as third in 3-point FG percentage and assists. During the season, Beliveau was the top ‘Cat in scoring 15 times and in rebounds 22 times – she led the team in both of those statistics 13 times – and also led UNH in steals 16 of 30 games. In the America East Conference rankings, Beliveau was in the top 5 in five statistical categories and among the top 10 in two other stats. Her 2012 accolades included Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award Second Team, America East All-Conference First Team, All-Defensive Team, All-Academic Team and the league’s Player of the Game Award. Beliveau was named the Team MVP for the second consecutive year in 2012. Furthermore, she was named a 2012 Jim Urquhart Student-Athlete of the Year for excellence in both athletic competition and academics as well as possessing great character, sportsmanship and a passion for sports.

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2011-12 America East Standings

Boston U. Albany Hartford New Hampshire UMBC Binghamton Vermont Maine Stony Brook

AMERICA EAST

15 1 .938 14 2 .875 10 6 .625 9 7 .563 9 7 .563 6 10 .375 4 12 .250 4 12 .250 1 15 .063

OVERALL

23 9 .719 23 10 .698 19 13 .594 16 14 .533 17 15 .531 13 18 .419 10 20 .333 8 23 .258 4 26 .133

2012 Newman’s Own America East Women’s Basketball Championship (opening three rounds at Chase Arena - Hartford, Conn.) First Round: Thursday, March 1 Game 1 – No. 8 Maine 49, No. 9 Stony Brook 43 Quarterfinals: Friday, March 2 Game 2 – No. 1 Boston U. 52, No. 8 Maine 43 Game 3 – No. 5 UMBC 59, No. 4 New Hampshire 57 Game 4 – No. 2 Albany 74, No. 7 Vermont 61 Game 5 – No. 6 Binghamton 48, No. 3 Hartford 45 Semifinals: Sunday, March 4 Game 6 – No. 5 UMBC 77, No. 1 Boston U. 61 Game 7 – No. 2 Albany 58, No. 6 Binghamton 50 Championship Game: Saturday, March 10 Game 8 – at No. 2 Albany 69, No. 5 UMBC 61

2011-12 America East Honors First Team Ebone Henry (Jr., G/F), Albany Chantell Alford (Jr., G), Boston U. Mo Moran (Jr., G), Boston U. Erin Brown (Sr., F), UMBC Denise Beliveau (Sr., F), New Hampshire Second Team Julie Forster (Jr., F), Albany Andrea Holmes (Sr., G), Binghamton Ruthanne Doherty (Jr., F), Hartford Michelle Kurowski (Sr., G), UMBC Morgan Frame (Jr., F), New Hampshire Third Team Viive Rebane (Sr., F), Binghamton Rashidat Agboola (So., F), Boston U. Daphne Elliott (Jr., G), Hartford Nikkia Smith (Jr., F), Hartford Samantha Baranowski (Sr., F), Maine All-Rookie Team Amber Bepko (Fr., G), Hartford Danielle Walczak (Fr., F), Maine Lauren Chase (Fr., G), UMBC Tierra Shumpert (Fr., G), Vermont Niki Taylor (Fr., F), Vermont All-Defensive Team Ebone Henry (Jr., G/F), Albany Julie Forster (Jr., F), Albany Rashidat Agboola (So., F), Boston U. Denise Beliveau (Sr., F), New Hampshire Shanai Heber (Jr., G) Vermont All-Academic Team Julie Forster (Jr.), Albany Viive Rebane (Sr.), Binghamton Alex Hall (Jr.), Hartford Erin Brown (Sr.), UMBC Michelle Kurowski (Sr.), UMBC Denise Beliveau (Sr.), New Hampshire Coach of the Year: Katie Abrahamson-Henderson, Albany Player of the Year: Chantell Alford, Boston U. Defensive Player of the Year: Ebone Henry, Albany Rookie of the Year: Lauren Chase, UMBC

TOP LEFT: Senior forward Denise Beliveau (far left) was a 2012 America East All-Conference First Team selection. AT LEFT: Junior forward Morgan Frame (far left) was named to the 2012 America East All-Conference Second Team. ABOVE: Denise Beliveau (far left) was voted to the America East AllAcademic Team.

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1. Andrea Holmes 2. Ebone Henry 3. Erin Brown 4. Denise Beliveau 5. Michelle Kurowski 6. Ruthanne Doherty 7. Chantell Alford 8. Orla O’Rielly 9. Mo Moran 10. Cassandra Callaway

PLAYER

TEAM

PPG

Binghamton Albany UMBC UNH UMBC Hartford Boston U. Binghamton Boston U. Albany

14.5 14.3 14.2 14.1 13.3 12.8 12.4 11.7 10.9 10.8

REBOUNDING TEAM

1. Julie Forster 2. Rashidat Agboola 3. Denise Beliveau 4. Shanai Heber 5. Viive Rebane 6. Caroline Stewart 7. Kristin Coles 8. Ebony Henry 9. Niki Taylor 10. Ruthanne Doherty

Individual conference leaders

SCORING

PLAYER

PLAYER

Albany Boston U. UNH Vermont Binghamton Boston U. UMBC Albany Vermont Hartford

ASSISTS

TEAM

1. Lauren Chase 2. Mo Moran 3. Shanai Heber 4. Kristine Lalonde 5. Andrea Holmes 6. Cassandra Callaway 7. Courtney Anderson 8. Daphney Elliott 9. Ebone Henry 10. Chantell Alford

UBMC Boston U. Vermont Vermont Binghamton Albany Maine Hartford Albany Boston U.

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

PLAYER

TEAM

1. Samantha Baranowski Maine 2. Kristin Coles UMBC 3. Rashidat Agboola Boston U. 4. Nikkia Smith Hartford 5. Ruthanne Doherty Hartford 6. Tope Obajolu UMBC 7. Michelle Kurowski UMBC 8. Denise Beliveau UNH 9. Erin Brown UMBC 10. Viive Rebane Binghamton

SCORING OFFENSE

TEAM TEAM 1. UMBC 2. Boston U. 3. Vermont 4. UNH 5. Albany 6. Hartford 7. Binghamton 8. Maine 9. Stony Brook

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RPG

.495 .467 .456 .454 .446 .432 .425 .412 .409 .399

TEAM

Pct

UMBC Boston U. UNH Albany UNH Hartford Albany Boston U. UMBC Binghamton

.889 .887 .838 .803 .796 .768 .739 .705 .702 .664

3-POINTERS MADE

PLAYER

TEAM

1. Kayla Burchill 2. Erin Brown 3. Alex Young 4. Andrea Holmes 5. Chantell Alford 6. Orla O’Reilly 7. Lindsey Lowrie 8. Cari Reed 9. Ebone Henry 10. Daphne Elliott

4.6 4.0 3.7 3.0 2.9 2.8 2.8 2.7 2.6 2.6

Pct

PLAYER

1. Michelle Kurowski 2. Chantell Alford 3. Denise Beliveau 4. Cassandra Callaway 5. Kelsey Hogan 6. Daphne Elliott 7. Ebone Henry 8. Mo Moran 9. Lauren Chase 10. Andrea Holmes

10.3 8.8 8.6 8.5 8.5 8.4 7.6 7.1 6.8 6.6

APG

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 2/game)

Vermont UMBC Boston U. Binghamton Boston U. Binghamton Albany UNH Albany Hartford

1. Kelsey Hogan 2. Chantell Alford 3. Kayla Burchill 4. Lindsey Lowrie 5. Cari Reed 6. Cassandra Callaway 7. Erin Brown 8. Denise Beliveau 9. Orla O’Reilly 10. Mo Moran

PLAYER

TEAM

Pct

UNH Boston U. Vermont Albany UNH Albany UMBC UNH Binghamton Boston U.

.446 .371 .367 .359 .358 .352 .340 .337 .327 .320

MINUTES PLAYED

1. Erin Brown 2. Andrea Holmes 3. Mo Moran 4. Michelle Kurowski 5. Denise Beliveau 6. Orla O’Reilly 7. Kelsey Hogan 8. Ebone Henry 9. Julie Forster 10. Lauren Chase

TEAM

Avg/Gm 37.1 36.9 36.5 36.2 35.1 34.0 33.9 33.8 33.4 33.4

UMBC Binghamton Boston U. UMBC UNH Binghamton UNH Albany Albany UMBC

STEALS

PLAYER

TEAM

1. Ebone Henry 2. Julie Forster 3. Shanai Heber 4. Denise Beliveau 5. Chantell Alford 6. Ruthanne Doherty 7. Daphne Elliott 8. Viive Rebane 9. Kristin Coles 10. Michelle Kurowski

Avg/Gm 2.2 2.1 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.5

3-PT FG PERCENTAGE

PLAYER

BLOCKED SHOTS

PLAYER TEAM 1. Rashidat Agboola Boston U. 2. Tope Obajolu UMBC 3. Julie Forster Albany 4. Viive Reban Binghamton 5. Samantha Baranowski Maine 6. Whitney Turner Boston U. 7. Megan Craig Albany UNH 8. Kelley Flynn 9. Shanai Heber Vermont 10. Nikkia Smith Hartford

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

PLAYER 1. Julie Forster 2. Rashidat Agboola 3. Viive Rebane 4. Kristin Coles 5. Caroline Stewart 6. Ruthanne Doherty 7. Niki Taylor 8. Shanai Heber 9. Ebone Henry 10. Denise Beliveau Jessica Previlon

TEAM conference leaders

SCORING DEFENSE

AVG/G Avg/Gm TEAM 1. Albany 60.3 2. Boston U. 59.6 3. Hartford 59.1 4. Stony Brook 58.4 5. Binghamton 58.3 6. UMBC 55.9 7. UNH 52.5 8. Maine 52.2 9. Vermont 43.3

FG PERCENTAGE

TEAM Avg/Gm 1. UMBC 53.4 2. Hartford 54.0 3. UNH 54.7 4. Maine 55.7 5. Boston U. 56.6 6. Albany 59.0 7. Binghamton 60.0 8. Vermont 61.7 9. Stony Brook 61.9

Pct .392 .385 .373 .369 .368 .361 .361 .339 .313

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TEAM 1. UNH 2. Boston U. 3. Albany 4. Hartford 5. UMBC 6. Vermont 7. Binghamton 8. Stony Brook 9. Maine

TEAM Albany Boston U. Binghamton UMBC Boston U. Hartford Vermont Vermont Albany UNH Stony Brook

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

PLAYER 1. Denise Beliveau 2. Shanai Heber 3. Julie Forster 4. Rashidat Agboola Caroline Stewart 6. Viive Rebane 7. Erin Brown 8. Jasbriell Swain 9. Ebone Henry 10. Kristin Coles

Pct .324 .314 .311 .299 .293 .284 .282 .261 .254

SPG

Albany Albany Vermont UNH Boston U. Hartford Hartford Binghamton UMBC UMBC

TEAM UNH Vermont Albany Boston U. Boston U. Binghamton UMBC Binghamton Albany UMBC

2.8 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.1 2.0 1.9 1.8 1.8 1.8

Total 44 43 36 33 29 28 27 22 20 18

Avg/Gm 4.7 3.6 3.3 3.2 3.2 3.1 3.0 2.7 2.6 2.4 2.4

Avg/Gm 6.2 5.8 5.6 5.3 5.3 5.2 5.0 4.7 4.5 4.4

FT PERCENTAGE

TEAM 1. UNH 2. Hartford 3. Boston U. 4. UMBC 5. Maine 6. Vermont 7. Stony Brook 8. Binghamton 9. Albany

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Pct .709 .698 .685 .678 .678 .674 .668 .632 .630

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America East conference Founded: 1979 (as ECAC North, men’s basketball only), 1988-89 (all sports) Membership (year joined): University at Albany (2001), Binghamton University (2001), Boston University (1979), University of Hartford (1985), University of Maine (1979), UMBC (2003), University of New Hampshire (1979), Stony Brook University (2001), University of Vermont (1979), Fairfield University* (2007), Providence College^ (2010) *Associate member in field hockey only ^Associate member in women’s volleyball only Sports (20): Baseball, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Cross Country, Women’s Cross Country, Field Hockey, Men’s Indoor Track & Field, Women’s Indoor Track & Field, Men’s Lacrosse, Women’s Lacrosse, Men’s Outdoor Track & Field, Women’s Outdoor Track & Field, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Softball, Men’s Swimming & Diving, Women’s Swimming & Diving, Men’s Tennis, Women’s Tennis, Women’s Volleyball

About America East...

Now in its fourth decade of operation, America East has evolved into one of the most comprehensive NCAA Division I conferences with a commitment to broad-based, competitive athletics programs, complementing the academic integrity and missions of the member institutions. Progressive in its approach to its more than 3,400 student-athletes, America East recognizes champions in each of its 20 sports, including women’s basketball. America East also conducts the nation’s most comprehensive academic recognition program for student-athletes and partners. With a geographic footprint covering the Mid-Atlantic to Northeast regions of the United States, America East strives to develop champions in academics, athletics and leadership at its nine member institutions. America East has experienced unprecedented success in recent years on the playing surface, in the classroom and throughout its member institutions’ communities. Starting with the 2007-08 academic year, the conference has seen 25 teams win NCAA games, produced two individual national champions and had 120 student-athletes earn All-America recognition. In the classroom, hundreds of student-athletes have earned national or regional academic honors while America East’s Academic Progress Rate has improved every year since 2004-05 and ranks among the top three conferences in the country. America East has also sponsored programs aimed at improving its members’ communities, partnering with Newman’s Own Foundation for the Campus Community Challenge each of the past three years as well as teaming up with College For Every Student on student service projects each of the past two years. Under the leadership of new commissioner Amy Huchthausen, America East is positioned for even more success in the years ahead. 2011-12 was a banner year for America East. Four of the conference’s champions combined for nine NCAA wins, the most ever for the league in a single year. On top of the NCAA success in team sports, Stony Brook’s Lucy Van Dalen became the conference’s third-ever national champion, winning the mile at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championship. Other highlights from the year included a third-place finish in field hockey conference RPI and 30 student-athletes receiving All-America recognition. Off the field, America East posted the third-highest APR in the country, trailing only the Ivy and Patriot leagues, and 31 of its teams received NCAA public recognition awards. Additionally, 17 student-athletes received national academic honors.

Leadership…

215 First Street, Suite 140 Cambridge, MA 02142 (617) 695-6369 (617) 695-6385 FAX www.americaeast.com

Amy Huchthausen Commissioner

Shonna brown

Sr. Associate Commissioner for women’s basketball and administration / SWA

Matt Bourque

Sr. Associate Commissioner, External Relations

Frank Sullivan

Associate Commissioner for Men’s Basketball/Officiating

Mary Mulvenna

Assistant Commissioner for Compliance

Jessica Descartes

Assistant Commissioner for Finance/Administration

CHAD DWYER

Assistant Commissioner for Championships

Sean Tainsh

Director of Communications

[ TBA ]

Director of Strategic Administration

Kelly Powers

Assistant Director for Administration

Brian Geary

Communications / Administrative Intern

John Lukach

Video / New Media Intern

Kathy Ferraraccio

Coordinator of Volleyball Officials

Roger Taylor

Coordinator of Soccer Officials

Barbara Carreiro

Coordinator of Field Hockey Officials

Mara Wager

For the second straight year, America East partnered with Newman’s Own Foundation to encourage community service among students through the NOF Campus Community Challenge. Nine grants of $7,500 to $25,000 were awarded to honor and support student groups engaged in philanthropy and community service. In total, more than $100,000 was given to America East student groups. America East and College for Every Student (CFES), a national non-profit that helps underserved kids attend college, held an event on April 9. Student-athletes partnered with CFES Scholars at participating schools for a community service project, ranging from beautifying school property to collecting food and shoes for charity drives. Members of the America East Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), with at least one representative from each of the nine America East schools, volunteered their time to clean up and paint at the Heading Home Family Shelter in Boston as part of “Make a Difference Day.” Five America East institutions are ranked among the top 105 national universities according to the U.S News and World Report America’s Best College Guide and UMBC was recognized as the top “Up-and-Coming” university in the country for the second straight year.

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Coordinator of Women’s Lacrosse Officials

Nick Zibelli

Coordinator of Baseball Umpires

Cliff LaRose

Coordinator of Softball Umpires

Social Media Twitter

@AmericaEast

Facebook

Facebook.com/AmericaEast

You Tube

YouTube.com/AmericaEast

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America East composite schedule November Fri. 9 Maine vs. Auburn (1) 2:00 pm UMBC at Morgan State 5:30 pm Vermont at Marist 6:00 pm Boston College at Boston U. 7:00 pm Loyola at Hartford 7:00 pm Rider at Sony Brook 7:00 pm Fordham at Albany 8:30 pm Sat. 10 Binghamton at St. Bonaventure 1:00 pm Maine vs. NC State/Wofford (1) TBA Sun. 11 Columbia at Vermont 1:00 pm Monmouth at UMBC 2:00 pm Navy at Stony Brook 6:30 pm Mon. 12 West Virginia vs. Boston U. 7:00 pm Tue. 13 Long Island at Albany 7:00 pm Marist at Hartford 7:00 pm Syracuse at Maine 7:00 pm Wed. 14 New Hampshire at Yale 7:00 pm Coppin St. at UMBC 7:00 pm Cornell at Binghamton 7:00 pm Vermont at Providence 7:00 pm Fri. 16 Hartford at Central Connecticut St. 7:00 pm Richmond at Boston U. 7:00 pm Sat. 17 New Hampshire at Holy Cross 1:00 pm Brown at Vermont 1:00 pm Loyola at UMBC 2:00 pm Maine vs. UNLV (2) 2:00 pm Sun. 18 Albany at Western Michigan 2:00 pm Richmond at Hartford 2:00 pm Stony Brook at Morgan St. 2:00 pm Binghamton at Austin Peay 3:00 pm Maine vs. Minnesota/Ohio (2) TBA Tue. 20 New Hampshire at Boston College 7:00 pm Towson at UMBC 5:00 pm Binghamton at Belmont 7:00 pm Boston U. at Northeastern 7:00 pm Wed. 21 Hartford at Massachusetts 7:00 pm Vermont at Jacksonville 7:00 pm Albany at Michigan St. 7:30 pm Fri. 23 Boston U. at Eastern Michigan 7:00 pm Sat. 24 Virginia Commonwealth at Maine 1:00 pm Dartmouth at Albany 2:00 pm Vermont at North Florida 2:00 pm Boston U. at Michigan 4:00 pm Siena at Binghamton 4:00 pm Sun. 25 Cornell at New Hampshire 1:00 pm Eastern at UMBC 2:00 pm St. John’s at Hartford 2:00 pm Stony Brook at NJIT 2:00 pm Tue. 27 Boston U. at Rhode Island 7:00 pm Canisius at Binghamton 7:00 pm Fairfield at Vermont 7:00 pm UMBC at American 7:00 pm Wed. 28 New Hampshire at Harvard 7:00 pm Stony Brook at Robert Morris 10:00 am NJIT at Albany 7:00 pm Fri. 30 Houston Baptist at Vermont (3) 7:00 pm Stony Brook at Youngstown St. 7:00 pm December Sat. 1 New Hampshire vs. Quinnipiac (5) 4:00 pm St. John’s at Boston U. 1:00 pm Providence at Hartford 2:00 pm Binghamton at Arizona St. (4) 4:00 pm Drexel at Vermont (3) 4:00 pm Maine at Florida Gulf Coast 4:45 pm Albany at Siena 5:00 pm Sun. 2 New Hampshire vs. Brown/Rider (5) TBA Binghamton vs. UNLV/Dayton (4) 2:00 pm UMBC at Princeton 2:00 pm Tue. 4 Sacred Heart at Stony Brook 7:00 pm Wed. 5 Dartmouth at New Hampshire 5:30 pm Maine at Siena 6:00 pm Albany at La Salle 7:00 pm Massachusetts at Boston U. 7:00 pm UMBC at Virginia Commonwealth 7:00 pm Vermont at Central Connecticut St. 7:00 pm

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Thu. 6 Hartford at Vanderbilt 7:00 pm Fri. 7 Hampton at UMBC 7:00 pm Sat. 8 Albany at Canisius 2:00 pm Stony Brook at Fordham 2:00 pm Binghamton at Buffalo 5:00 pm Boston U. at Marist 7:00 pm Maine vs. Rhode Island TBA Sun. 9 Central Conn. St. at New Hampshire 2:00 pm Hartford at Dartmouth 2:00 pm Mon. 10 Harvard at Boston U. 7:00 pm Maine at Bryant 7:00 pm Niagara at Binghamton 7:00 pm Tue. 11 Fairleigh Dickinson at Stony Brook 7:00 pm Sat. 15 Binghamton at Syracuse 1:00 pm St. Peter’s at Stony Brook 2:00 pm Albany at Delaware St. 5:00 pm Sun. 16 Vermont at Oklahoma St. 1:30 pm Quinnipiac at Hartford 2:00 pm Mon. 17 Wagner at New Hampshire 7:00 pm Wed. 19 Stony Brook at St. Francis 7:00 pm Thu. 20 Albany vs. Sam Houston St. (6) 7:00 pm Vermont at Boston College 7:00 pm Fri. 21 UMBC at Maryland Eastern Shore 2:00 pm Stony Brook at Rutgers 5:00 pm Albany vs. Long Beach St./Canisius TBA Sat. 22 New Hampshire at Cleveland St. 2:00 pm Connecticut at Hartford 1:00 pm Fri. 28 UMBC vs. Wagner (7) 12:00 pm Hartford vs. Md. Eastern Shore (8) 2:30 pm Maine at James Madison 7:00 pm Sat. 29 New Hampshire at Colgate 4:00 pm Boston U. vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (9) 2:00 pm Vermont at Canisius 2:00 pm Binghamton at Lehigh (9) 4:30 pm Hartford vs. Maryland/Brown (8) TBA UMBC vs. St. Joseph’s/Fairfield (7) TBA Sun. 30 Binghamton vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (9) 2:00 pm Iona at Stony Brook 2:00 pm Maine at Towson 2:00 pm Boston U. at Lehigh (9) 4:30 pm January Tues. 1 Wed. 2 Sat. 5 Wed. 9 Sat. 12 Wed. 16 Sat. 19 Sun. 20 Wed. 23 Sat. 26 Tues. 29 Wed. 30

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Maine at Virginia Commonwealth *New Hampshire at Vermont *Albany at UMBC *Boston U. at Stony Brook *Hartford at Binghamton *Stony Brook at New Hampshire *Albany at Binghamton *Boston U. at Hartford *Maine at UMBC *UMBC at New Hampshire *Vermont at Boston U. *Binghamton at Stony Brook *Hartford at Maine *Binghamton at Boston U. *UMBC at Vermont *Stony Brook at Hartford *Maine at Albany *New Hampshire at Albany *UMBC at Hartford *Vermont at Binghamton *Boston U. at Maine *Boston U. at New Hampshire *Hartford at Albany *Vermont at Stony Brook *Binghamton at Maine *New Hampshire at Hartford *Stony Brook at UMBC *Albany at Boston U. *Maine at Vermont *New Hampshire at Binghamton *Boston U. at UMBC *Stony Brook at Maine *Vermont at Albany *Maine at New Hampshire *Albany at Stony Brook *Binghamton at UMBC *Hartford at Vermont

2:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 4:00 pm 2:00 pm 2:00 pm 2:00 pm 7:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:30 pm 12:00 pm 12:00 pm 2:00 pm 5:00 pm 12:00 pm 12:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:30 pm 2:00 pm 2:00 pm 2:00 pm 2:00 pm 7:00 pm 12:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 4:00 pm 2:00 pm 2:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm

February Sat. 2 *New Hampshire at Stony Brook *UMBC at Maine *Hartford at Boston U. *Binghamton at Albany Wed. 6 *Vermont at New Hampshire *Binghamton at Hartford *UMBC at Albany *Stony Brook at Boston U. Sat. 9 *Albany at Maine *Vermont at UMBC *Boston U. at Binghamton *Hartford at Stony Brook Wed. 13 *New Hampshire at UMBC *Boston U. at Vermont *Maine at Hartford *Stony Brook at Binghamton Sat. 16 *New Hampshire at Boston U. *Stony Brook at Vermont *Maine at Binghamton Sun. 17 *Albany at Hartford Wed. 20 *Hartford at New Hampshire *UMBC at Stony Brook *Vermont at Maine Thu. 21 *Boston U. at Albany Sat. 23 *Binghamton at New Hampshire *UMBC at Boston U. *Maine at Stony Brook Sun. 24 *Albany at Vermont Wed. 27 *Albany at New Hampshire *Binghamton at Vermont *Hartford at UMBC *Maine at Boston U. March Sat. 2 8-10 16

2:00 pm 12:00 pm 1:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 2:30 pm 4:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 2:00 pm 4:00 pm 2:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:30 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 4:00 pm 2:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm

*New Hampshire at Maine 12:00 pm *UMBC at Binghamton 2:00 pm *Stony Brook at Albany 2:00 pm *Vermont at Hartford 2:00 pm America East Championship tourney (10) America East title game (11)

*America East Conference game Schedule Key (1) Sheraton Raleigh Wolfpack Invitational (2) Subway Classic (3) TD Bank Classic (4) ASU Classic (5) Brown Classic (6) Beach Classic (7) Hawk Classic (8) Terrapin Classic (9) Christmas City Classic (10) at Albany (SEFCU Arena) (11) at highest remaining seed

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September 1, 1967 ~ Joyce Mills, the first women’s basketball head coach, is hired as a professor and coach in the Physical Education department.

March 11, 1983 ~ UNH earned a No. 1 seed in the first ever ECAC Division I Women’s Basketball Championship. The Wildcats played host to and defeated Holy Cross, 68-55.

December 12, 1975 ~ The Wildcats play their first game at varsity status, defeating the University of Maine-Gorham, 64-60, at home. March, 1977 ~ The Wildcats defeat Plymouth State 100-61. The 100 points is a scoring record that has never been matched. December 2, 1977 ~ Cecelia DeMarco takes over as head coach of the program as the Wildcats fall to Massachusetts, 53-49. December 8, 1977 ~ In the second home game of the season, UNH defeats UMass-Lowell, 93-35. The 55-point win is largest margin of victory in the history of the program. July 18, 1978 ~ Jean Giarrusso, a 1977 grad, is picked by the New Jersey Gems (Women’s Basketball League) in the first professional women’s basketball draft.

March 12, 1983 ~ The Wildcats capture the ECAC tournament title with a 79-61 win against Manhattan. Though the 22-7 ECAC champions had wins against both Big East champions, St. John’s, and Ivy League champs, Dartmouth, the Wildcats were denied one of the 14 at-large bids to the NCAA tournament. Coach DeMarco is recognized as the Converse District I Coach of the Year after posting the best record in the history of the program. November 27, 1983 ~ UNH defeats Connecticut after edging by Rhode Island to win the New England Tip-Off tournament title in Amherst, Mass. In four years of the tourney, the Wildcats were the only champion.

February 22, 1979 ~ Kathy Ladd pulls down 24 rebounds vs. Connecticut, setting a UNH single-game rebounding record.

February 29, 1983 ~ Denise Higgins sets a school record in blocks with six against Fordham. It was matched three times before being broken nearly 27 years later. February 13, 1984 ~ Corinne Gulas sets the UNH record for most steals in a single game with 10 in a 83-65 win at Maine.

January 25, 1983 ~ UNH records the 100th victory in program history with a 75-56 victory at Yale. The all-time record stands at 100-55 for a .645 winning percentage. March 11, 1983 ~ The Wildcats advance to their first appearance in the ECAC tournament. UNH hosted and defeated Holy Cross (69-55) and Manhattan (79-61). January 19, 1983 ~ In the game versus St. John’s, senior captain Theresa Redmond scored 21 points and became the first women’s basketball player ever to reach more than 1,000 points at UNH. Redmond, who received a 12-inch chocolate-chip cookie as her trophy, finished her career with 1,252 points.

February 21, 1984 ~ Christine Gulas establishes the UNH record for assists in a game with 13 in a 72-54 win vs. UConn. March 2, 1984 ~ UNH defeated Northeastern, 74-64, to grab back-to-back ECAC championship titles. Senior guard Corinne Gulas, who scored 26 points in the championship game, received All-America accolades. February 6, 1985 ~ Prior to the 1984-85 season, UNH joined Boston University, Brooklyn, Maine, Northeastern and Vermont to form the Seaboard Conference. UNH defeated Boston University 70-56 for the first ever league victory and went on to finish 4-1 in the league. February 27, 1986 ~ Kris Kinney was honored with the first ever Seaboard League Rookie of the Year award. Only one other Wildcat has been given an equivalent accolade. November 29, 1986 ~ Former standout Kathy Sanborn takes over as head coach as the Wildcats face the Eagles of Boston College.

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL February 28, 1989 ~ Kris Kinney, five-time Seaboard player of the week, received Player of the Year honors at the annual awards banquet. Kinney, who led the league in scoring (25.7 ppg) for the second consecutive season, is the only Wildcat in the history of the program to receive league Player of the Year recognition. March 1, 1989 ~ Kris Kinney posted 30 points against Boston University, totaling 695 on the season to set a school record. With 2,231 career points, Kinney became the all-time school point leader. January 3, 1990 ~ Julie Donlon drained a record high six 3-pointers versus Central Florida. It was matched six times before being broken in December 2011. January 13, 1990 ~ Prior to the 1989-90 season the North Atlantic Conference merged with the Seaboard Conference, adding Colgate and Hartford to the Wildcats’ conference schedule. UNH defeated Northeastern, 61-51, for its first NAC victory. January 31, 1990 ~ Laura Seiden scored a program-high 38 points in the Wildcats’ 63-50 win against Northeastern. March 7, 1990 ~ Record setting rookie Laura Seiden is awarded North Atlantic Rookie of the Year honors. Seiden was named Rookie of the Week seven times throughout the season. The Wildcats also finished the season as the league leader in 3-point percentage (.355) and had three players on the all-NAC second team. December 9, 1990 ~ UNH records the 200th victory in program history with a 66-60 win against UMass at Lundholm Gym. The all-time record stands at 200-136. February 2, 1993 ~ Kathy Sanborn tallied her 100th career victory as head coach of women’s basketball with an 87-84 win versus Harvard.

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THROUGH THE YEARS

December 17, 1995 ~ The Wildcats play their first game at the newly constructed Whittemore Center as it upset Big East power Boston College, 67-64, in front of a crowd of 325. March 5, 1995 ~ Averaging 43.3 boards per game, the Wildcats finished the season as the North Atlantic Conference leader in rebounding. February 25, 1996 ~ UNH records the 300th victory in program history with a 85-60 win at Boston University. The all-time record stands at 300-223. March 5, 1997 ~ Forward Kathy Caldwell pulled down 14 boards, raising her career total to 900 rebounds, a UNH all-time record. Caldwell also finished the season as the league leader in rebounds (11.5 rpg) for the second consecutive year. April 10, 1997 ~ America East Coach of the Year Kathy Sanborn resigns to pursue other opportunities as announced by Athletic Director Judy Ray. June 18, 1997 ~ Judy Ray announced Sue Johnson as the fourth head coach in the 22-year history of the program. March 11, 1999 ~ The Wildcats went 19-8 on the season and earned a WNIT berth, but fell at Arkansas State, 78-65. April 24, 2000 ~ Marty Scarano is named Athletic Director at UNH, taking over for Judy Ray. December 8, 2000 ~ WTSN broadcasts its first women’s basketball game. Andy Schachat delivered the play-by-play in the game against Delaware. December 5, 2001 ~ The athletic department receives approval to begin restoration of Lundholm Gymnasium. Improvements made include a new sound system, new computer-controlled lights were added and the floor was refinished. The women’s basketball locker rooms were also renovated. March 1, 2003 ~ UNH records the 400th victory in program history with a 70-67 overtime victory against Stony Brook. The all-time record stands at 400-317. March 14, 2003 ~ With 46 blocks on the season, Maren Mattias finished the season as the America East leader in blocks (1.59 bpg). Summer, 2003 ~ The Jerry Azumah Performance Center opened its doors the summer of 2003 to UNH student-athletes.

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THROUGH THE YEARS

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January 8, 2005 ~ Sue Johnson records the 100th victory of her UNH tenure with a 74-58 win vs. Stony Brook at Lundholm Gym. May 8, 2007 ~ 2007 team MVP Danielle Clark, along with football player David Ball, was named Jim Urquhart Student-Athletes of the Year. Clark’s other 2007 awards include being named to the America East Second-Team, the America East All-Academic team and receiving the America East Player of the Game award.

March 5, 2010 ~ Amy Simpson compiles her 155th assist of the 200910 campaign, tying a UNH single-season record against Hartford in the quarterfinals of the America East Tournament. Simpson ranks fourth all-time in assists for the Wildcats with 361. May 18, 2010 ~ Maureen Magarity was named the sixth head coach in the history of the program, announced by Athletic Director Marty Scarano.

June 6, 2007 ~ The construction of the new bleacher system at Lundholm Gymnasium begins. In addition to the bleachers, new baskets are installed and various parts of the gym are painted.

January 1, 2011 ~ Four players posted double-digit scoring performances as the Wildcats outlasted Rhode Island, 88-74, at Lundholm Gym in the program’s first triple-overtime game.

June 12, 2007 ~ Kristin Cole was named the fifth head coach in the history of the program, announced by Athletic Director Marty Scarano.

February 26, 2011 ~ Denise Beliveau finished the regular season with a conference-best 11 double-doubles.

December 5, 2008 ~ The Wildcats drain 14 3-pointers against Colgate, setting a school record. In that same game, Amy Simpson tied the existing single-game record, scoring six trifectas; that record was accomplished eight times.

December 3, 2011 ~ Denise Beliveau became the 16th UNH Wildcat to reach the 1,000-point milestone when she scored the first of her 15 points vs. Holy Cross at Lundholm Gym.

March 7, 2009 ~ Amy Simpson nets her 59th 3-pointer of the season against Hartford, a UNH single-season record. She finished with 62 trifectas on the season. March 12, 2009 ~ Candace Williams was selected to the America East All-Conference Second Team, becoming only the 10th player in program history to do so.

December 6, 2011 ~ Cari Reed breaks the UNH record for 3-pointers in a game with eight against Harvard University at Lundholm Gym. December 21, 2011~ Morgan Frame, in just her second game as a ‘Cat, scored 35 points (15-26 FGs, 5-12FTs) – three less than the school record – in UNH’s 73-72 overtime win vs. Wagner. January 5, 2012 ~ UNH ends an 18-game losing streak to Hartford with an emphatic 64-45 victory at Lundholm Gym. February 22, 2012 ~ UNH records the 500th victory in program history with a 65-53 win against Maine on Senior Day at Lundholm Gym. The Wildcats have an overall ledger of 500-483.

December 22, 2009 ~ Candace Williams notched 18 points against Louisville to become the 14th Wildcat in program history to reach the 1,000-point milestone.

March 1, 2012 ~ Denise Beliveau receives four America East accolades: All-Conference First Team, All-Defensive Team, All-Academic Team and Player of the Game. Morgan Frame is a Second Team honoree. March 15, 2012 ~ UNH advanced beyond conference postseason play for the second time in school history with a first-round game of the Women’s Basketball Invitational. The ‘Cats lost 63-59 at Holy Cross.

December 30, 2009 ~ Jill McDonald broke UNH’s singlegame block record with seven against Syracuse University. January 24, 2010 ~ Amy Simpson notched her 1,000-point against Binghamton University, becoming the 15th player in school history to reach the mark. February 3, 2010 ~ Kelley Flynn tied Jill McDonald’s single-game block record with seven against Stony Brook University. March 3, 2010 ~ Candace Williams was selected to the America East All-Conference Second Team for the second time in her UNH career. March 4, 2010 ~ Jill McDonald tallied five blocks against Maine in the first round of the America East Tournament, breaking the program’s single-season block record with 58 on the year.

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL

PLAYER

SCORING

1. Kris Kinney 2. Sheila Danker 3. Sheila Danker 4. Kris Kinney 5. Kris Kinney 6. Theresa Redmond 7. Laura Seiden 8. Maren Matthias 9. Corinne Gulas 10. Candace Williams

SEASON 1988-89 1996-97 1995-96 1987-88 1986-87 1982-83 1989-90 2002-03 1983-84 2008-09

FIELD GOALS MADE

PLAYER 1. Kris Kinney 2. Sheila Danker 3. Kris Kinney 4. Kris Kinney 5. Sheila Danker Corinne Gulas 7. Maren Matthias 8. Laura Seiden 9. Theresa Redmond 10. Maren Matthias

SEASON 1988-89 1996-97 1987-88 1986-87 1995-96 1983-84 2002-03 1989-90 1982-83 2003-04

Individual SEASON RECORDS FT PERCENTAGE (min. 40 attempts)

POINTS 1. 695 2. 683 3. 569 4. 563 5. 537 6. 524 7. 514 8. 508 9. 500 10. 499 FG’s 295 248 238 218 210 210 209 196 191 188

FG PERCENTAGE (min. 100 attempts)

PLAYER 1. Pam Brandell 2. Ray Williams 3. Orsi Farkas 4. Deb Russel 5. Orsi Farkas 6. Racheal Fowler 7. Maren Matthias 8 Maren Matthias 9. Pam Brandell 10. Maren Matthias

PLAYER 1. Sheila Danker 2. Candace Williams 3. Theresa Redmond 4. Sheila Danker 5. Danielle Clark Marcie Lane 7. Laura Seiden Orsi Farkas 9. Danielle Clark 10. Marcie Lane

SEASON 1996-97 2005-06 1997-98 1991-92 1998-99 2007-08 2003-04 2000-01 1995-96 2002-03

FREE THROWS MADE SEASON 1996-97 2008-09 1982-83 1995-96 2005-06 1993-94 1989-90 1998-99 2006-07 1991-92

% .649 .600 .597 .586 .584 .579 .578 .569 .565 .557

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

PLAYER Kathy Ladd Melissa Pfefferle Denise Beliveau Danielle Clark Heidi Plencner Theresa Redmond Danielle Clark Heidi Plencner Denise Beliveau Danielle Clark

SEASON 1980-81 1986-87 2011-12 2005-06 2000-01 1981-82 2006-07 2001-02 2010-11 2004-05

% .900 .854 .838 .837 .831 .827 .824 .816 .814 .813

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

SEASON 3-pointers PLAYER Amy Simpson 2007-08 62 Heidi Plencner 2001-02 58 Cari Reed 2010-11 58 Ashley Cerniglia 2007-08 52 Heidi Plencner 2000-01 51 Kelly Karl 1996-97 48 Julie Donlon 1988-89 47 Adriane Domanski 1999-00 46 Amy Simpson 2006-07 45 Denise Beliveau 2010-11/2011-12 44

SCORING AVG.

FT MADE

FT PERCENTAGE

SEASON 1982-83 1978-79 1996-97 1983-84 1979-80

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

REBOUNDS

SEASON REBOUNDS

Kathy Caldwell Kathy Caldwell Gail Jackson Maren Matthias Kelly Butterfield Theresa Redmond Denise Beliveau Kris Kinney Candace Williams Denise Beliveau

PLAYER Marcie Lane Melissa Pfefferle Emily Hardy Karen Pinkos Emily Caschera Kelsey Hogan Lindsay Adams Kelsey Hogan Ebony Woods Meaghan Lane

SEASON 1992-93 1987-88 2003-04 1987-88 2002-03 2011-12 2002-03 2010-11 2004-05 1990-91

% .488 .480 .450 .449 .447 .446 .439 .413 .396 .390

TEAM SEASON RECORDS FG MADE

REBOUNDS SEASON 1982-83 1994-95 2001-02 2008-09 1995-96

323 321 279 279 272 268 257 254 252 248

ASSISTS

PLAYER SEASON ASSISTS Amy Simpson 2009-10 155 Christine Gulas 1995-96 155 Martha Morrison 1981-82 138 Colleen Mullen 2002-03 133 Whitney Edwards 2006-07 132 Corinne Gulas 1983-84 130 Linda Neilson 1982-83 130 Karen Pinkos 1987-88 129 Kelly Karl 1995-96 123 Kelly Donohue 2000-01 122

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

PLAYER Corinne Gulas Christine Gulas Kris Kinney Whitney Edwards Christine Gulas Heidi Plencner Pam Brandell Martha Morrison Kris Kinney Denise Beliveau

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

PLAYER Jill McDonald Denise Higgins Jill McDonald Denise Higgins Maren Matthias Maren Matthias Denise Higgins Denise Higgins Jill McDonald Pam Brandell

STEALS

SEASON 1983-84 1983-84 1987-88 2006-07 1982-83 2001-02 1996-97 1979-80 1988-89 2011-12

STEALS 130 83 80 76 73 73 70 70 66 66

BLOCKED SHOTS

SEASON BLOCKS 2009-10 58 1983-84 53 2008-09 47 1981-82 46 2002-03 46 2003-04 46 1982-83 44 1980-81 43 2010-11 39 1996-97 38

FG PERCENTAGE

3-PT. FG MADE

3-PT. PERCENTAGE

ASSISTS

STEALS

BLOCKED SHOTS

RECORD SEASON RECORD 1. 874 1982-83 1. .464 2. 830 1983-84 2. .461 3. 747 1995-96 3. .453 4. 746 1996-97 4. .452 1987-88 5. .448 1981-82

RECORD SEASON RECORD SEASON RECORD 1. 459 1998-99 1. .728 1992-93 1. 1,216 2. .725 1989-90 2. 455 1996-97 2. 1,170 2005-06 3. 1,167 3. 450 1982-83 3 .720 2004-05 4. 426 1992-93 4. 1,157 5. 406 1995-96 4. .717 1983-84 5. 1,148 1982-83

1995-96 1996-97 1983-84 2002-03 1984-85 1982-83 2011-12 1988-89 2008-09 2010-11

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

3-PT FG PERCENTAGE (min. 35 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

FT’s 173 159 142 138 128 128 122 122 117 113

SCORING

RECORD SEASON RECORD 1. 2,198 1982-83 1. 75.8 2. 2,052 1996-97 2. 72.4 3. 2,018 1983-84 3. 72.3 4. 1,949 1995-96 4. 72.1 5. 1,850 2001-02 5. 72.0

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SEASON RECORD SEASON RECORD 1981-82 1. 206 2010-11 1. .441 1983-84 2. 171 2001-02 2. .364 1997-98 3. 169 2004-05 3. .355 1987-88 2002-03 4. .345 1995-96 5. 165 2006-07 5. .341 2003-04

SEASON 1987-88 2002-03 1989-90 2010-11 1998-99

RECORD SEASON RECORD SEASON RECORD SEASON 1. 474 1982-83 1. 351 1983-84 1. 146 2009-10 2. 303 1993-94 2. 455 1983-84 2. 117 2008-09 3. 300 1996-97 3. 454 1987-88 3. 101 2001-02 4. 287 2001-02 4. 448 2001-02 4. 93 2002-03 5. 272 1998-99 5. 443 2002-03 5. 97 2010-11 1997-98

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TOP-10 LEADING SCORERS

TOP-20 SCORING

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20.

PLAYER Kris Kinney Laura Seiden Sheila Danker Maren Matthias Orsi Farkas Denise Beliveau Danielle Clark Candace Williams Theresa Redmond Pam Brandell Aubrey Danen Gail Jackson Amy Simpson Kendall Daly Kelly Butterfield Heidi Plencner Kathy Sanborn Danielle Clark Martha Morrison Marcie Lane

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YEARS Points 1985-89 2,231 1989-93 1,602 1993-97 1,539 2000-04 1,503 1996-00 1,434 2007-12 1,365 2003-07 1,331 2006-10 1,277 1979-83 1,252 1993-97 1,140 1998-03 1,087 1980-84 1,081 2006-10 1,063 1989-93 1,061 1981-85 1,030 1998-02 1,000 1975-79 930 2003-07 930 1978-82 914 1991-94 910

TOP-20 REBOUNDS

Kris Kinney 2,231 points

Laura Seiden 1,602 points

1. 2. 3. 4 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

PLAYER Kathy Caldwell Kris Kinney Maren Matthias Denise Beliveau Gail Jackson Theresa Redmond Candace Williams Kelly Butterfield Aubrey Danen Orsi Farkas Danielle Clark Ray Williams Denise Higgins Karen Bolton Laura Seiden Pam Brandell Kathy Ladd Deb Russell Lindsay Adams Jackie MacMullan

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19. 20.

PLAYER Kelly Karl Whitney Edwards Martha Morrison Amy Simpson Kelly Donohue Julie Donlon Linda Neilson Karen Pinkos Michelle Altobello Melissa Pfefferle Kiki Proctor Christine Gulas Steph Schubert Colleen Mullen Sheila Danker Orsi Farkas Kelsey Hogan Denise Beliveau Kathy Sanborn Cheryl Murtagh

PLAYER 1. Amy Simpson 2. Heidi Plencner 3. Kelly Karl 4. Denise Beliveau 5. Ashley Cerniglia 6. Julie Donlon 7. Danielle Clark 8. Cari Reed 9. Ebony Woods 10. Lindsay Adams 11. Marcie Lane 12. Adriane Domanski 13. Kelsey Hogan 14. Colleen Mullen 14. Emily Hardy 15. Whitney Edwards 17. Salee-Marie Johnson Geneva Livingston Meaghan Lane 20. Kiki Proctor

YEARS 3-POINTERS 2006-10 193 1998-02 179 1994-98 142 2007-12 141 2004-07 131 1987-91 126 2003-07 123 2009- 121 2002-05 109 2001-05 104 1991-94 95 1998-00 87 2008-12 86 2001-03 78 2002-05 71 2003-07 67 2003-07 58 2001-03 58 1990-94 58 1998-02 49

Sheila Danker 1,539 points

Maren Matthias 1,503 points

Orsi Farkas 1,434 points

Denise Beliveau 1,365 points

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

PLAYER Denise Higgins Maren Matthias Jill McDonald Pam Brandell Ray Williams Kris Kinney Amy Simpson Aubrey Danen Kelley Flynn Kathy Caldwell Anna Matthias Candace Williams Orsi Farkas Laura Seiden Rita McCarroll Carrie Kimball Deb Dorsch Heidi Plencner Terri Mulliken Teya Eaton

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

PLAYER Kris Kinney Whitney Edwards Denise Beliveau Teya Eaton Kelly Karl Pam Brandell Kiki Proctor Melissa Pfefferle Heidi Plencner Martha Morrison Kelly Donohue Christine Gulas Orsi Farkas Corinne Gulas Kerri Eaton Deb Dorsch Laura Seiden Amy Simpson Sheila Danker Ebony Woods Sue Ryan

YEARS 1985-89 2003-07 2007-12 1990-94 1994-98 1993-97 1998-02 1984-88 1992-02 1978-82 1997-01 1982-84 1996-00 1982-84 1990-94 1986-90 1989-93 2006-10 1993-97 2002-05 1988-92

YEARS 1994-98 2003-07 1978-82 2006-10 1997-01 1987-91 1980-83 1984-88 1984-88 1984-88 1998-02 1982-84 1994-98 2001-03 1993-97 1996-00 2008-12 2007-12 1978-79 1978-81

ASSISTS 404 382 368 361 341 336 328 326 325 310 287 264 226 218 206 203 203 202 197 196

TOP-20 BLOCKS

TOP-20 STEALS

REBOUNDS 900 897 879 843 747 745 699 678 666 635 579 569 564 552 547 539 484 482 467 466

TOP-20 ASSISTS

TOP-20 3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE

YEARS 1993-97 1985-89 2000-04 2007-12 1980-84 1979-83 2006-10 1981-85 1998-03 1996-00 2003-07 2003-07 1980-84 1976-80 1989-93 1993-97 1978-82 1989-93 2002-06 1978-82

STEALS 241 229 202 186 183 183 182 180 176 167 162 156 155 148 135 130 127 123 121 120 120

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Danielle Clark 1,331 points

Candace Williams 1,277 points

Theresa Redmond 1,252 points

Pam Brandell 1,140 points

YEARS 1980-84 2000-04 2007-11 1993-97 2003-07 1985-89 2006-10 1998-03 2009-12 1993-97 1998-02 2006-10 1996-00 1989-93 1986-90 1992-96 1986-90 1998-02 1982-86 1991-95

BLOCKS 186 153 153 114 84 77 65 62 53 51 50 46 45 43 43 42 41 37 33 32

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TEAM RECORDS WINS & LOSSES

IN A SINGLE GAME

Most Wins: 22 (1982-83) Most Consecutive Wins 9 (2/9/84-11/24/84) two seasons Most Consecutive Wins to Start Season 8 (1977-78;1982-83) 23 (2008-09) Most Losses Most Consecutive Losses 11 (2007-08)

Most Points 100 vs. Plymouth State (1976-77) Most Points by Opponent 104 by Boston College (12/12/90) 30 vs. Northeastern (1/31/85) Least Points Least Points by Opponent 32 by Brooklyn (1/25/80) Highest Combined Score 191-Maine 101, UNH 90 (1/11/97) Lowest Combined Score 82 - UNH 42, Canisius 40 (12/28/09) Most Field Goals Made 43 vs. Lowell (12/8/77) Most Field Goals Attempted 103 vs. Lowell (12/8/77) Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 14 vs. Colgate (12/5/08) Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 35 vs. Quinnipiac (11/22/04) Most Free Throws Made 33 vs. Vermont (1996-97) Most Free Throws Attempted 42 vs. Harvard (2/1/94) Most Rebounds 76 vs. Lowell (12/8/77) 32 at Central Connecticut (1/13/88) Most Assists Most Steals 24 vs. Vermont (1/27/80)

IN A SINGLE SEASON IN A SINGLE SEASON

Most Points Highest Scoring Average Lowest Scoring Average Most Field Goals Made Most Field Goals Attempted Most 3-Point Field Goals Made Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Most Free Throws Made Most Free Throws Attempted Most Rebounds Most Assists Most Steals

2,198 (29 games; 1983-84) 75.8 (1982-83) 55.3 (2008-09) 874 (1982-83) 1,915 (1982-83) 206 (2010-11) 597 (2010-11) 459 (1998-99) 688 (1996-97) 1,216 (1982-83) 474 (1982-83) 351 (1983-84)

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS

RECORD PLAYER OPPONENT DATE

Most Points 38 Laura Seiden Highest Scoring Average - - Most Field Goals Made 16 Kris Kinney Most Field Goals Attempted 31 Kris Kinney 31 Sheila Danker Highest Field Goal Percentage 1.00 (8-8) Anna Matthias Most 3-Point Field Goals Made 8 Cari Reed Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 15 Amy Simpson Most Free Throws Made 19 Sheila Danker Most Free Throws Attempted 24 Sheila Danker Highest Free Throw Percentage 1.00 (12-12) Danielle Clark Most Rebounds 24 Kathy Ladd Highest Rebounding Average - - Most Assists Most Steals Most Blocked Shots

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

13 10 7 7

Christine Gulas Corinne Gulas Kelley Flynn Jill McDonald

Northeastern - Northeastern Maine Maine Northeastern Harvard Dartmouth Vermont Vermont Iona Connecticut -

01/31/90 - 1988-89 02/26/89 01/11/97 12/12/99 12/06/11 01/13/09 02/15/96 02/15/96 11/26/06 02/22/79 -

Connecticut Maine Stony Brook Syracuse

02/21/84 02/13/84 02/03/10 12/30/09

RECORD

PLAYER

SEASON

695 25.7 295 601

Denise Higgins Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Sheila Danker

1988-89 1988-89 1988-89 1996-97

.648 (144-222) Pam Brandell 62 Amy Simpson 250 Amy Simpson 173 Sheila Danker 222 Sheila Danker .900 (36-40) Kathy Ladd 323 Kathy Caldwell 11.5 Kathy Caldwell 11.5 Kathy Caldwell 155 Amy Simpson 130 Corinne Gulas 58 Jill McDonald 58 Denise Higgins

1996-97 2008-09 2008-09 1996-97 1996-97 1980-81 1995-96 1995-96 1996-97 2009-10 1983-84 2009-10 1983-84

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

RECORD PLAYER YEARS

Highest Scoring Average 20.7 Kris Kinney Most Field Goals Made 929 Kris Kinney Most Field Goals Attempted 1,843 Kris Kinney Highest Field Goal Percentage .556 (546-1822) Orsi Farkas Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 734 Amy Simpson Most Free Throws Made 408 Laura Seiden Most Free Throws Attempted 541 Kris Kinney Highest Free Throw Percentage .802 (105-131) Corinne Gulas Highest Rebounding Average 9.0 Kathy Caldwell Karen Bolton

1985-89 1985-89 1985-89 1996-2000 2006-10 1989-93 1985-89 1982-84 1993-97 1976-80

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Coaches YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

OVERALL CONFERENCE YEAR COACH W L PCT. W L PCT. CONF. NAME 1975-76 Joyce Mills 3 5 .375 -- -- --- 1976-77 Joyce Mills 10 16 .375 -- -- --- Mills Career Record - 2 years, 13-21 (.382) 1977-78 Cecelia DeMarco 14 5 .737 -- -- --- 1978-79 Cecelia DeMarco 13 7 .650 -- -- --- 1979-80 Cecelia DeMarco 15 7 .682 -- -- --- 1980-81 Cecelia DeMarco 13 9 .591 -- -- --- 1981-82 Cecelia DeMarco 18 8 .692 -- -- --- 1982-83 Cecelia DeMarco 23 7 .767 -- -- --- 1983-84 Cecelia DeMarco 20 8 .714 -- -- --- 1984-85 Cecelia DeMarco 11 16 .407 4 1 .800 ECAC Seaboard 1985-86 Cecelia DeMarco 9 19 .321 8 4 .667 ECAC Seaboard DeMarco Career Record - 9 years, 136-86 (.613) 1986-87 Kathy Sanborn 14 12 .538 9 5 .643 ECAC Seaboard 1987-88 Kathy Sanborn 19 8 .704 11 3 .786 ECAC Seaboard 1988-89 Kathy Sanborn 16 11 .593 10 4 .714 ECAC Seaboard 1989-90 Kathy Sanborn 11 16 .407 7 5 .583 North Atlantic 1990-91 Kathy Sanborn 10 17 .370 3 7 .300 North Atlantic 1991-92 Kathy Sanborn 18 8 .692 9 4 .692 North Atlantic 1992-93 Kathy Sanborn 18 8 .692 10 4 .714 North Atlantic 1993-94 Kathy Sanborn 17 11 .607 9 7 .563 North Atlantic 1994-95 Kathy Sanborn 13 14 .481 10 6 .625 North Atlantic 1995-96 Kathy Sanborn 16 12 .571 12 6 .667 North Atlantic 1996-97 Kathy Sanborn 18 10 .643 14 4 .778 America East Sanborn Career Record - 11 years, 170-127 (.572) 1997-98 Sue Johnson 12 15 .444 9 9 .500 America East 1998-99 Sue Johnson 19 8 .704 13 5 .722 America East 1999-00 Sue Johnson 13 15 .464 8 10 .444 America East 2000-01 Sue Johnson 10 18 .357 8 10 .444 America East 2001-02 Sue Johnson 16 13 .552 9 7 .563 America East 2002-03 Sue Johnson 13 16 .448 7 9 .437 America East 2003-04 Sue Johnson 11 18 .379 6 12 .333 America East 2004-05 Sue Johnson 15 14 .517 10 8 .556 America East 2005-06 Sue Johnson 15 13 .536 7 9 .438 America East 2006-07 Sue Johnson 9 20 .310 4 12 .250 America East Johnson Career Record - 10 years, 133-150 (.469) 2007-08 Kristin Cole 7 22 .241 4 12 .250 America East 2008-09 Kristin Cole 8 23 .258 6 10 .375 America East 2009-10 Kristin Cole 9 22 .310 3 13 .188 America East Cole Career Record - 3 years, 24-67 (.264) 2010-11 Maureen Magarity 9 20 .310 6 10 .375 America East 2011-12 Maureen Magarity 16 14 .533 9 7 .563 America East Magarity Career Record - 2 years, 25-34 (.424) TOTAL 501 485 .508 225 203 .526

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Player Kathy Sanborn Clare Pyne Jean Giarrusso Not available Kathy Sanborn Not available Kathy Sanborn Karen Bolton Jackie MacMullan Karen Bolton Martha Morrison Theresa Redmond Theresa Redmond Theresa Redmond Theresa Redmond Theresa Redmond Corinne Gulas Gail Jackson Terri Mulliken Kelly Butterfield Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Kris Kinney

CAPTAINS Nina Bailiargeon, Clare Pyne Jean Marie Giarrusso N/A Kathy Sanborn Karen Bolton Donna Couture, Patty Foster Kathy Ladd, Jackie MacMullan, Martha Morrison Theresa Redmond Corinne Gulas, Gail Jackson Kelly Butterfield Denise Darling, Terri Mulliken Melissa Pfefferle, Karen Pinkos Melissa Pfefferle, Karen Pinkos Carolyn Keavney, Kris Kinney Deb Dorsch, Rita McCarroll, Michele Brusseau Jen Casey, Julie Donlon Kendall Daly, Sue Ryan Kendall Daly, Deb Russell, Laura Seiden Kerri Eaton, Marcie Lane Teya Eaton, Jenny Matteson, Sue McLaughlin Anne Colton, Bridget White Kathy Caldwell, Bridget White Steph Schubert Orsi Farkas, Allison Godfrey Orsi Farkas, Allison Godfrey, Kim Kassik Sarah Bushey, Kim Kassik Aubrey Danen, Colleen Mullen, Kiki Proctor Emily Caschera, Aubrey Danen, Colleen Mullen Maren Matthias, Sarah Rappoport Emily Hardy, Whitney Edwards Emily Hardy, Ebony Woods Danielle Clark, Whitney Edwards Ashley Cerniglia, Danielle Flowers N/A Denise Beliveau, Kelsey Hogan, Candace Williams Denise Beliveau, Jill McDonald Denise Beliveau, Kelsey Hogan

Annual Scoring and Rebounding Leaders Avg Year Player Avg Year 15.3 PPG 7.0 RPG 19.3 PPG 14.4 PPG 14.3 PPG 9.9 RPG 14.1 PPG 8.0 RPG 12.6 PPG 8.0 RPG 15.8 PPG 8.0 RPG 18.1 PPG 9.2 RPG 17.9 PPG 10.0 RPG 13.1 PPG 10.1 RPG 15.6 PPG 8.1 RPG 20.7 PPG 8.0 RPG 20.9 PPG 7.8 RPG

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Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Laura Seiden Deb Dorsch Laura Seiden Deb Russell Laura Seiden Kendall Daly Kendall Daly Teya Eaton Marcie Lane Teya Eaton Sheila Danker Kathy Caldwell Sheila Danker Kathy Caldwell Sheila Danker Kathy Caldwell Orsi Farkas Orsi Farkas Orsi Farkas Orsi Farkas Orsi Farkas Orsi Farkas Anna Matthias Anna Matthias

25.7 PPG 9.4 RPG 19.0 PPG 5.5 RPG 15.0 PPG 5.7 RPG 13.3 PPG 5.4 RPG 16.5 PPG 6.4 RPG 15.0 PPG 6.2 RPG 10.7 PPG 8.2 RPG 21.1 PPG 11.5 RPG 24.4 PPG 11.5 RPG 16.6 PPG 6.7 RPG 17.1 PPG 6.6 RPG 14.9 PPG 7.6 RPG 12.4 PPG 6.3 RPG

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Player Maren Matthias Maren Matthias Maren Matthias Maren Matthias Maren Matthias Maren Matthias Lindsay Adams Lindsay Adams Danielle Clark Ray Williams Danielle Clark Danielle Clark Amy Simpson Candace Williams Candace Williams Candace Williams Candace Williams Candace Williams Denise Beliveau Denise Beliveau Morgan Frame Denise Beliveau

Avg 11.5 PPG 7.8 RPG 17.5 PPG 9.6 RPG 15.9 PPG 7.8 RPG 11.3 PPG 4.7 RPG 15.1 PPG 6.7 RPG 14.0 PPG 5.8 RPG 11.3 PPG 6.7 RPG 16.1 PPG 8.1 RPG 12.8 PPG 7.0 RPG 12.9 PPG 8.9 RPG 16.0 PPG 8.6 RPG

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Tradition. Pride. Excellence.

ALL-time awards GTE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST Player OF THE YEAR SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Kris Kinney- 1989 SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Sheila Danker - 1997 Orsi Farkas - 2000 ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT

Denise Beliveau - 2008 Kris Kinney - 1986 Laura Seiden - 1990

Kris Kinney - 1989 NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST SCHOLAR-ATHLETE

SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST FIRST TEAM

Danielle Clark - 2007 Anne Colton - 1995 Sheila Danker - 1997 Orsi Farkas - 1999

Denise Beliveau - 2012 Kelly Butterfield - 1985 Kendall Daly - 1993 Sheila Danker - 1996, 1997 Orsi Farkas - 1999, 2000 Maren Matthias - 2003 Kris Kinney - 1987, 1988 Karen Pinkos - 1988

NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

Sheila Danker - 1997 Orsi Farkas - 2000

SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST SECOND TEAM

Denise Beliveau - 2011 Pam Brandell - 1997 Kathy Caldwell - 1996 Danielle Clark - 2006, 2007 Julie Donlon - 1990 Deb Dorsch - 1990 Orsi Farkas - 1998

Morgan Frame - 2012 Maren Matthias - 2002, 2004 Laura Seiden - 1990, 1991, 1992 Candace Williams - 2009, 2010

SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST THIRD TEAM

Lindsay Adams - 2005 Aubrey Danen - 2002, 2003 Kim Kassik - 1998 Kelly Karl - 1998 Anna Matthias - 2001 Heidi Plencner - 2002 SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

Denise Beliveau - 2008 Pam Brandell - 1994 Aubrey Danen - 1999 Kelsey Hogan - 2011 Kelly Karl - 1995 Carrie Kimball - 1993 Geneva Livingston - 2002 Kiki Proctor - 1999 Laura Seiden - 1990 Amy Simpson - 2007

Ray Williams - 2004

KODAK DISTRICT I ALL-AMERICA

Corinne Gulas - 1984 Kris Kinney - 1988, 1989 Theresa Redmond - 1983 Kathy Sanborn - 1979 AMERICAN WOMEN’S SPORTS FOUNDATION ALL-AMERICA

North Atlantic Conference Pam Brandell - 1995, 97 Kathy Caldwell - 1994, 96, 97 Anne Colton - 1993, 94, 95, 96 Cheryl Cote - 1992, 93 Kendall Daly - 1992, 93 Sheila Danker -1994, 95, 96, 97 Teya Eaton - 1995 Shelley Fitz - 1990 Jen Friel - 1994, 95, 96, 97 Julie Gagne - 1991, 93, 94 Carrie Kimball - 1994, 95, 96 Molly Kirchner - 1995 Meaghan Lane - 1991, 93 Jenny Matteson - 1994, 95 Karyn McCoy - 1993 Deb Russell - 1990, 91, 92, 93 Steph Schubert - 1996, 97, 98 Laura Seiden - 1990, 91, 92, 93 Bridget White - 1994, 95, 96, 97

America East

Lindsay Adams - 2002, 03, 04, 05 Jan Beal - 1997, 98 Denise Beliveau - 2008, 09, 10, 11, 12 Sarah Bushey - 1998, 2000, 01 Emily Caschera - 2000, 01, 02, 03 Heather Champion - 1998 Danielle Clark - 2004, 05, 06, 07 Aubrey Danen - 2000, 01, 02, 03 Kate Dillon - 2004, 05 Adriane Domanski - 1998, 99

Kate Early - 2008, 09, 10, 11 Orsi Farkas - 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Kelley Flynn - 2011, 12 Racheal Fowler - 2010 Morgan Frame - 2011 Jilliane Friel - 2010, 11, 12 Ariel Gaston - 2012 Allison Godfrey - 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Kelsey Hogan - 2011, 12 Chrissy Hall - 2010 Taylore Jarvis - 2000, 01, 02, 03 Salee-Marie Johnson - 2005, 06 Kim Kassik - 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Kaylee Kilpatrick - 2012 Abigail LaRosa - 2009, 10, 11, 12 Geneva Livingston - 2003 Anna Matthias - 1999, 01, 02 Maren Matthias - 2001, 02, 03 Jill McDonald - 2008, 10, 11 Colleen Mullen - 2001, 02 Heidi Plencner - 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Kiki Proctor - 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Sarah Rappoport - 2001, 03, 04 Cari Reed - 2012 Amy Simpson - 2007, 08, 09, 10 Stephanie Spoto - 2012 Zita Torok - 2000 Candace Williams - 2008, 09, 10 Ebony Woods - 2005

PROFESSIONAL PLAYERS

Candace Williams - Saarlouis Royals - Germany (2011-present), Leipzig Eagles (2010-11) Danielle Clark -BG 89 Hurricanes - Germany (2011-present), Daimiel (2007-08), Osnabrueck (2008-10), Heidelberg (2010-11)

Kris Kinney - 1989 Wade Trophy Finalist

Corinne Gulas - 1984 SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST COACH OF THE YEAR

Kathy Sanborn - 1989, 1994, 1997 CONVERSE DISTRICT I COACH OF THE YEAR

Cecilia DeMarco - 1983

SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL

Aubrey Danen - Umea Comets - Sweden (2003-04) Orsi Farkas - Hungary (2000-2001) Sheila Danker - Switzerland (1997-98) Jean Giarrusso - New Jersey Gems (1977) Corinne Gulas - New Jersey Gems (1984) Kelly Karl - Chicago Condors - ABL (1998-99) Kris Kinney - Kfum Soder - Sweden (1989-91) Karen Pinkos - B.G. Dorsten - Germany (1991)

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TEAM REC. STREAK Air Force 1-0 W1 Akron 1-1 L1 Albany 14-10 L2 Arkansas 0-1 L1 Arkansas State 0-2 L2 Army 0-2 L2 Auburn 0-1 L1 Ball State 0-1 L1 Baylor 1-0 W1 Bentley 1-0 W1 Binghamton 6-18 W1 Bishop’s 3-0 W3 Boston College 8-13 L6 Boston Univ. 29-37 L10 Bridgewater State 2-2 W2 Brooklyn 9-1 W9 Brown 11-7 W1 Bryant 0-1 L1 Buffalo 0-0 - Bucknell 1-0 W1 California-Berkeley 0-1 L1 Canisius 1-2 L2 Central Conn. 12-8 L3 Central Florida 0-2 L2 Central Michigan 0-1 L1 Cheyney State 0-1 L1 Cleveland State 2-0 W2 Colby 1-0 W1 Colgate 6-3 W4 Concordia 1-0 W1 Connecticut 9-4 W1 Cornell 3-0 W3 Cortland State 1-0 W1 Dartmouth 18-15 W2 Davidson 1-0 W1 Delaware 12-10 L3 DePaul 1-0 W1 Detroit 0-2 L2 Drexel 18-5 L1 Duke 0-1 L1 East Carolina 1-0 W1 East Tennessee St. 1-0 W1 E. Washington 1-1 L1 Fairfield 2-10 L9 Florida 0-1 L1 Fla. International 0-2 L2 Fordham 4-1 L1 Georgetown 0-2 L2 George Mason 0-1 L1 George Washington 0-1 L1 2-0 W2 Georgia State Georgia Tech 0-1 L1 Hartford 27-31 L1 Harvard 17-9 L2 Hofstra 13-2 W1 Holy Cross 7-15 L3 Illinois State 0-1 L1 Iona 4-4 L1 Iowa State 1-2 L2 Jackson State 0-1 L1 James Madison 0-1 L1 Kansas State 0-2 L2 Keene State 4-1 W1 Laval 1-1 W1 Lehigh 1-0 W1 Liberty 0-1 L1 Long Island 1-1 L1 Louisville 0-2 L2 Maine-Gorham 3-0 W3 Maine 26-44 W5

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LAST WIN BY UNH OPPONENT 11/29/96 (79-60) 12/08/90 (79-67) 02/03/11 (60-46) –––– –––– ------ –––– –––– 12/29/88 (65-62) 12/17/78 (74-64) 02/25/12 (59-52 ot) 12/16/82 (69-48) 12/17/95 (67-64) 02/24/07 (71-66) 02/13/79 (95-47) 02/18/89 (70-41) 11/16/11 (62-57) ------ –––– 12/28/83 (75-41) –––– 01/06/94 (74-61) 10/13/07 (71-72) –––– –––– –––– 01/03/88 (73-64) 02/06/79 (86-36) 12/05/08 (89-61) 01/21/84 (91-45) 12/03/87 (61-47) 11/22/11 (63-62) 02/16/80 (80-64) 11/30/11 (58-53) 01/03/93 (91-53) 01/29/00 (75-68) 12/28/81 (61-59) –––– 01/20/01 (78-73) –––– 12/06/81 (65-61) 01/04/90 (73-61) 12/03/83 (97-73) 01/23/81 (73-63) –––– –––– 12/29/83 (66-60) –––– –––– –––– 11/29/97 (68-56) –––– 01/05/12 (64-45) 11/24/09 (78-65) 02/18/01 (76-64) 12/20/10 (80-72) –––– 11/26/06 (72-61) 12/29/91 (57-53) –––– –––– –––– 02/01/78 (72-55) 01/09/80 (58-45) 12/30/05 (66-58) –––– 12/16/78 (82-51) ------ 01/27/78 (64-39) 02/22/12 (65-53)

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–––– 11/28/97 (64-59) 02/08/12 (68-59) 01/04/95 (75-41) 03/09/99 (78-65) 12/04/07 (69-61) 01/02/91 (77-44) 12/29/85 (73-57) –––– –––– 01/22/12 (64-55) –––– 12/09/08 (85-43) 02/15/12 (63-52) 02/04/77 (62-54) 76-77 (70-55) 11/20/10 (66-54) 11/14/09 (69-66) –––– –––– 12/27/83 (74-65) 12/28/09 (42-40) 11/27/11 (83-44) 01/03/90 (80-63) 12/28/08 (72-62) 12/15/84 (59-56) –––– –––– 01/03/04 (74-64) –––– 02/14/87 (77-53) –––– –––– 01/19/10 (49-48) –––– 01/27/01 (79-59) –––– 12/28/06 (54-50) 02/16/01 (89-69) 12/01/89 (82-47) –––– –––– 12/02/89 (62-58) 12/29/02 (74-69) 12/28/91 (75-67) 01/03/95 (86-53) 01/05/90 (72-71) 11/29/03 (61-60) 12/29/00 (87-54) 12/6/85 (69-45) –––– 12/02/95 (90-72) 02/01/12 (64-46) 12/06/11 (69-62) 01/18/01 (58-49) 03/15/12 (63-59) 01/28/83 (83-74) 12/12/07 (92-79) 12/29/11 (71-57) 12/30/84 (70-48) 01/04/88 (87-60) 12/03/04 (84-50) 02/01/77 (59-57) 11/17/79 (61-59) -----12/07/03 (87-64) 11/28/08 (74-60) 12/22/09 (76-67) –––– 02/16/10 (69-61)

TEAM REC. STREAK W1 Maine-Presque Isle 1-0 Manhattan 3-3 W1 Marist 3-3 W1 Marshall 1-0 W1 Maryland 0-2 L2 UMBC 8-11 L1 Massachusetts 13-16 W1 UMass-Lowell 1-0 W1 Memphis State 0-1 L1 Miami (Fla.) 0-1 L1 Miami (Ohio) 0-1 L1 Michigan 0-2 L2 Monmouth 1-0 W1 Montana State 0-1 L1 Montclair State 0-1 L1 Morehead State 1-1 L1 Morgan State 1-0 W1 Navy 1-0 W1 New Orleans 0-2 L2 NC State 0-2 L2 NJIT 1-0 W1 Northeastern 33-26 W1 Notre Dame 0-1 L1 Oklahoma 0-1 L1 Old Dominion 0-1 L1 Penn State 0-1 L1 Plymouth State 4-0 W4 Princeton 1-1 W1 Providence 2-10 L2 Queens 0-1 L1 Quinnipiac 1-4 L1 Rhode Island 17-9 W2 Rider 2-0 W2 Rutgers 0-1 L1 Sacred Heart 1-1 L1 St. Bonaventure 1-1 L1 St. Francis (N.Y.) 2-0 W2 St. John’s 1-4 L1 St. Joseph’s 1-2 L1 St. Peter’s 1-3 L3 Seton Hall 2-3 L3 Siena 3-3 L2 South Carolina 0-1 L1 So. Connecticut 1-3 L1 South Florida 0-2 L2 Southern Maine 7-0 W7 SMU 1-0 W1 Springfield 1-1 W1 Stetson 1-0 W1 Stony Brook 17-7 W5 3-5 L2 Syracuse Temple 1-1 W1 Tennessee-Martin 1-0 W1 Tennessee State 1-0 W1 Tennessee Tech 0-1 L1 Towson 10-3 W1 Vermont 31-39 W2 Villanova 0-1 L1 Virginia 1-0 W1 Wagner 6-0 W6 Waterloo 1-0 W1 West Point 2-1 W2 William & Mary 1-0 W1 Winston-Salem 1-0 W1 UW-Milwaukee 3-0 W3 Worcester State 1-1 W1 Xavier 0-1 L1 Yale 9-1 L1

LAST WIN BY UNH OPPONENT 01/15/77 (91-47) –––– 12/09/11 (57-42) 12/3/10 (68-51) 11/22/05(62-48) 11/29/04 (52-34) 12/06/91 (62-61) –––– –––– 11/16/09 (63-43) 01/28/12 (75-68) 03/02/12 (59-57) 11/20/09 (58-57) 11/19/08 (67-51) 12/08/77 (93-35) –––– –––– 01/29/83 (77-75) –––– 12/28/00 (70-61) –––– 12/03/99 (67-57) –––– 11/23/01 (81-61) 01/05/92 (76-61) –––– –––– 12/30/96 (94-70) –––– 12/05/81 (55-52) 12/07/91 (56-51) 12/29/08 (76-43) 11/16/01 (67-39) –––– 11/25/98 (68-64) –––– –––– 12/02/83 (91-67) –––– 12/21/99 (70-44) 12/30/11 (79-71) –––– 12/14/08 (70-62) 12/15/07 (78-71) ------- 11/12/10 (99-48) –––– 01/02/85 (73-42) –––– 12/10/83 (87-64) –––– 12/8/84 (98-57) 02/20/79 (74-33) –––– 12/04/99 (74-61) 12/02/94 (62-61) 12/28/04 (62-52) 12/28/07 (73-41) –––– 02/03/79 (92-69) 12/22/10 (75-63) 12/29/10 (62-61) 12/18/11 (52-33) 11/28/93 (61-31) 12/3/93 (66-61) –––– –––– 12/20/83 (82-69) 12/29/01 (75-45) 01/05/03 (64-57) 11/25/03 (86-85) 01/01/05 (54-37) 12/28/03 (63-47) –––– 01/19/83 (78-67) 12/07/83 (78-60) 11/13/09 (64-56) 12/28/10 (67-66) 12/03/94 (52-51) 12/05/09 (66-47) 11/24/84 (55-53) 11/16/11 (61-38) 11/28/99 (76-60) 12/01/01 (78-65) –––– 12/30/97 (75-70) 02/23/80 (80-65) 02/21/81 (76-60) –––– 11/17/07 (72-56) 11/17/84 (73-58) –––– 12/30/03 (63-62) –––– 01/24/79 (72-62) 01/24/78 (68-56) 12/31/90 (74-55) –––– 02/18/11 (63-46) 01/06/10 (69-57) 12/06/86 (72-62) 11/29/10 (87-46) 01/02/94 (67-56) 02/24/85 (66-60) 11/18/07 (71-59) ------12/04/04 (66-42) ------–––– 12/07/90 (79-67) 12/29/05 (70-69) 01/25/01 (64-63) 02/11/12 (58-48) 02/17/11 (58-47) –––– 12/29/82 (68-65) 12/27/81 (63-62) –––– 12/21/11 (73-72 ot) –––– 11/16/79 (78-41) –––– 12/29/93 (47-44) 02/13/82 (75-62) 12/31/88 (63-49) –––– 12/29/06 (63-55) -----12/11/03 (59-46) –––– 01/29/77 (76-73) 75-76 (62-55) ------ 01/02/09 (62-36) 11/19/05 (75-59) 11/29/08 (76-55)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1975-76 (3-5)

Maine-Gorham W 64-60 Worcester State L 55-62 Central Connecticut L 66-70 Maine L 58-68 Keene State W 64-56 Bridgewater State L 65-88 Massachusetts L 60-82 Plymouth State W 96-55 Head Coach: Joyce Mills Captains: Nina Bailiargeon, Clare Pyne

1976-77 (6-10)

Maine-Gorham W 89-58 Maine L 58-61 Maine-Presque Isle W 91-47 Boston College W 71-36 Worcester State W 76-73 Keene State W 60-51 Bridgewater State L 54-62 Vermont L 55-72 Massachusetts L 63-80 Providence L 54-67 Plymouth State W 100-61 Northeastern L 63-66 Rhode Island L 61-75 Keene State L 57-59 Massachusetts • L 44-88 Brooklyn • L 55-70 Head Coach: Joyce Mills Captain: Jean-Marie Giarrusso •EAIAW Division IA Tournament (at Storrs, Conn.)

1977-78 (14-5)

12/2 Massachusetts L 53-49 12/8 Mass.-Lowell W 93-35 12/16 @ Maine L 72-69 1/21 @ Boston University W 56-45 1/24 @ Springfield L 68-56 1/27 Maine-Gorham W 64-39 1/30 @ Bridgewater State W 82-59 2/1 Keene State W 74-55 2/4 Northeastern W 60-38 2/10 Vermont W 88-56 2/14 Harvard W 61-46 2/16 @ Providence L 60-59 2/18 @ Boston College W 79-39 2/19 Connecticut W 76-59 2/22 @ Plymouth State W 99-65 2/25 @ Rhode Island W 68-47 2/28 @ Keene State W 72-55 3/3 Rhode Island • W 61-48 3/4 @ Southern Connecticut • L 76-54 Head Coach: Cecilia DeMarco •EAIAW Regional Tournament (New Haven, Conn.)

1978-79 (13-7)

12/5 @ Harvard W 62-59 12/14 Maine W 92-87 12/16 Long Island ! W 82-51 12/17 @ Bentley ! W 74-64 1/10 @ Central Connecticut W 83-59 1/17 @ Northeastern W 75-61 1/20 Boston University L 80-57 1/24 Springfield W 72-62 1/27 @ Vermont W 63-61 1/31 @ Southern Maine W 86-36 2/3 @ Queens L 92-69 2/6 @ Colby W 86-36 2/10 Providence L 76-62 2/13 Bridgewater State W 95-47 2/15 Rhode Island L 72-64 2/17 @ Massachusetts L 96-76 2/20 Plymouth State W 74-33 2/22 @ Connecticut L 66-58 2/23 @ Southern Connecticut L 82-51 2/27 Dartmouth W 67-56 Head Coach: Cecelia DeMarco Captain: Kathy Sanborn ! Bentley Christmas Invitational (Waltham, Mass.)

1979-80 (15-7)

11/16 Waterloo W 78-41 11/17 @ Laval L 61-59 12/1 Vermont W 82-39 12/4 Harvard W 66-48 12/11 @ St. John’s L 74-64 12/14 @ Maine W 95-81 1/9 Laval W 58-45 1/10 Central Connecticut W 75-67 1/16 Northeastern W 82-60 1/19 @ Boston University L 61-50 1/21 Massachusetts W 76-61 1/26 @ Dartmouth ! L 77-55 1/27 Vermont ! W 78-42 1/31 Southern Maine W 97-46 2/8 @ Rhode Island L 60-59 2/9 @ Providence L 60-48 2/13 @ Fairfield W 87-57 2/16 Cortland State # W 80-64 2/17 Rhode Island # W 79-74 2/19 Connecticut W 92-62 2/23 Southern Connecticut W 80-65 2/29 @ Boston University • L 45-69 Head Coach: Cecilia DeMarco Captain: Karen Bolton ! Dartmouth Tournament (Hanover, N.H.) # Vermont Women’s Invitational (Burlington, Vt.) • EAIAW Championship (Boston, Mass.)

1980-81 (13-9)

11/29 @ Connecticut ! W 11/30 Rhode Island ! W (ot) 12/2 @ Boston College W 12/4 @ Fordham W 12/6 @ Vermont W 12/12 Maine W 12/13 @ Harvard W 1/7 St. John’s L 1/9 @ Central Connecticut W 1/14 @ Northeastern L 1/17 @ Yale W 1/19 @ Massachusetts L 1/23 Fairfield W 1/26 @ Southern Maine W 1/30 Bishop’s W 2/5 Rhode Island L 2/11 Providence L 2/14 @ Syracuse L 2/18 Boston University L 2/18 @ Connecticut L 2/21 @ Southern Connecticut L 2/24 Dartmouth W Head Coach: Cecilia DeMarco Captains: Donna Couture, Patty Foster ! New England Tip-Off (Storrs, Conn.)

61-58 86-84 53-50 67-41 73-40 83-61 66-59 66-58 84-79 60-49 72-62 75-71 73-63 68-53 75-71 81-79 69-63 58-54 63-48 65-55 76-60 76-59

1981-82 (18-8) Massachusetts! W 63-50

Rhode Island ! W 75-54 12/2 Boston College W 63-46 12/5 @ Montclair State $ L 55-52 12/6 East Carolina $ W 65-61 12/11 @ Maine W 83-51 @ Southern Maine W 64-38 12/17 Bishop’s W 78-67 12/27 Virginia # W 63-62 12/28 DePaul # W 61-59 12/29 Detroit # L 67-65 1/6 Connecticut W 62-42 1/10 Fordham W 63-46 1/13 Northeastern W 66-49 1/16 @ St. John’s L 79-64 1/20 Massachusetts W 70-46 1/26 Vermont W 84-42 1/30 Syracuse L (ot) 84-82 2/2 Yale W 75-62 2/4 @ Rhode Island W 71-66 2/6 Central Connecticut W 83-53 2/10 Providence L 71-56 2/13 @ West Point L 75-62 2/14 @ Fairfield L 72-62 2/23 @ Dartmouth W 82-63 2/25 @ Boston University L 82-77 Head Coach: Cecelia DeMarco Captains: Kathy Ladd, Jackie MacMullan, Martha Morrison ! New England Tip-Off $ Dial Classic (Montclair, N.J.) # Queens College Holiday Tourney (Flushing, N.Y.)

1982-83 (23-7)

11/20 West Point W 72-52 11/27 Connecticut ! W 89-63 11/28 @ Rhode Island ! W 79-69 12/1 @ Boston College W (ot) 69-64 12/4 @ Massachusetts W 82-68 12/11 Maine W 91-68 12/13 Southern Maine W 76-44 12/16 Bishop’s W 69-48 12/28 Villanova $ L 68-65 12/29 New Orleans $ L 79-67 12/30 Seton Hall $ W 81-60 1/5 @ Connecticut W 76-65 1/8 @ Central Connecticut W 90-70 L 55-54 1/11 @ Northeastern 1/14 @ Syracuse # W 77-66 1/15 Maryland # L 74-72 1/19 St. John’s W 78-67 1/25 @ Yale W 75-56 1/28 Illinois State % L 83-74 1/29 Memphis State % L 77-75 2/1 @ Vermont W 84-62 2/3 Rhode Island W 92-72 2/9 Providence W 69-62 2/15 Holy Cross W 69-57 2/17 @ Fordham W 73-61 2/22 Dartmouth W 74-56 2/24 Boston University W 76-74 2/27 Fairfield L 85-71 3/11 Holy Cross • W 69-55 3/12 Manhattan • W 79-61 Head Coach: Cecelia DeMarco Captain: Theresa Redmond ! New England Tip-Off (Kingston, R.I.) $ LaSalle Lady Michelob Classic (Philadelphia, Pa.) # Orange Plus Classic (Syracuse, N.Y.) % Optimist-ODU Classic (Norfolk, Va.) • ECAC Tournament (Durham, N.H.) 11/19 11/26 11/27 11/30 12/2 12/3 12/7 12/10 12/20

1983-84 (20-8) W

Southern Maine Rhode Island ! Connecticut ! Boston College New Orleans $ Eastern Washington $ @ St. John’s @ Old Dominion @ Rutgers

W W W L W L L L

90-37 82-78 76-68 65-45 91-67 97-73 78-60 87-64 82-69

12/21 @ Holy Cross W 68-62 12/27 Cal-Berkley # L 74-65 12/28 Bucknell # W 75-41 12/29 Fordham # W 66-60 1/14 Boston University W 55-42 1/21 @ Concordia W 91-45 1/24 @ Providence L 80-73 1/27 Yale W 79-51 1/29 Massachusetts W 72-40 2/1 @ Rhode Island L 66-58 2/4 @ Dartmouth W 79-63 2/6 @ Fairfield L 74-64 2/9 Syracuse W 64-60 2/13 @ Maine W 83-65 2/16 Northeastern W 53-42 2/21 Connecticut W 72-54 2/23 Vermont W 84-52 2/29 @ Harvard W 73-46 3/2 Northeastern • W 74-64 Head Coach: Cecelia DeMarco Captains: Corinne Gulas, Gail Jackson ! New England Tip-Off (Amherst, Mass.) $ Lady Ute Classic (Salt Lake City, Utah) # Queens College Holiday Tourney (Flushing, N.Y.) •ECAC Championship (Durham, N.H.)

1984-85 (11-16, 4-1) 73-58

11/17 @ Southern Maine W 11/24 Seton Hall ! W 11/25 @ Dartmouth ! L 11/28 @Boston College L 12/1 @Syracuse L 12/5 Rhode Island L 12/8 Penn State $ L 12/9 Delaware $ L 12/15 Cheyney State L 12/30 Jackson State # L 12/31 Cleveland State # W 1/2 Oklahoma # L 1/13 Siena W 1/17 Holy Cross W 1/24 @ Massachusetts L 1/29 Dartmouth W 1/31 @ Northeastern* L 2/3 Fairfield L 2/6 Boston University* W 2/8 Brooklyn* W 2/12 Harvard W 2/16 @ Connecticut L 2/20 Maine* W 2/24 Temple L 2/26 @ Vermont* W L 3/2 Maine • 3/3 Boston University • L Head Coach: Cecelia DeMarco Captain: Kelly Butterfield * Seaboard Conference ! Dartmouth Invitational (Hanover, N.H.) $ Providence Invitational (Providence, R.I.) # Miami Classic (Miami, Fla.) • Seaboard Conf. Playoffs (Boston, Mass.)

55-53 61-56 80-57 79-54 55-46 98-57 65-55 59-56 70-48 76-67 73-42 76-59 71-64 69-57 61-57 56-30 59-57 70-56 67-43 63-59 66-48 65-55 66-60 49-43 62-59 62-39

1985-86 (9-19, 8-4)

11/23 @ Brown L 68-62 11/26 Boston College L 65-46 12/4 @ Rhode Island L 75-61 12/6 George Washington ! L 69-45 12/7 Marist ! L 67-60 12/11 @ Vermont* W 84-74 12/14 Massachusetts L 70-50 12/27 St. Joseph’s $ L 73-40 12/28 Georgia State $ W 64-58 12/29 Ball State $ L 73-57 1/8 @ Fairfield L 68-58 1/9 @ Brooklyn* W 68-65 1/12 Iona L 67-58 L 61-42 1/15 @ Boston University* 1/25 @ Dartmouth L 62-51 1/29 @Hartford* W 52-45 2/1 Brooklyn* W 79-63 2/4 @ Northeastern* L 76-54 2/7 Boston University* L 83-76 2/10 @ Harvard L 68-54 2/12 Maine* W 56-50 2/15 @ Siena L 67-63 2/18 Hartford* W 68-53 2/21 Vermont* W 69-64 2/24 @ Maine* W 64-55 2/26 Northeastern* L 58-38 2/28 @ Northeastern • L 64-46 3/2 Maine • L 53-50 Head Coach: Cecelia DeMarco Captains: Denise Darling, Terri Mulliken * Seaboard Conference ! Gold Cup Tournament (Storrs, Conn.) $ LaSalle Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.) • Seaboard Conf. Tournament (Boston, Mass.)

1986-87 (14-12, 9-5) L 93-47

11/29 @ Boston College 12/2 Rhode Island 12/6 Syracuse 12/10 Fairfield 12/13 @ Massachusetts 12/28 Manhattan ! 12/29 @ Wagner ! 1/6 Vermont* 1/8 @ Brooklyn* 1/13 @ Boston University* 1/17 @ Hartford* 1/18 @ Iona

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W W L L L W W W L W L

75-44 72-62 55-42 67-53 57-47 65-53 80-65 79-49 63-44 66-60 86-79

1/21 Northeastern* W 64-62 1/23 Dartmouth W 60-44 1/25 @ Central Connecticut* W 71-64 1/28 Maine* W 61-52 1/31 Brooklyn* W 67-46 2/4 @ Northeastern* L 70-50 2/6 Boston University* L (ot) 89-84 2/8 Central Connecticut* W 93-75 2/11 @ Maine* L 82-67 2/14 @ Connecticut L 77-53 2/16 Harvard W 77-66 2/18 Hartford* W 70-57 2/21 @ Vermont* L 77-56 3/4 @ Northeastern • L 53-43 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Melissa Pfefferle, Karen Pinkos * Seaboard Conference ! Wagner Christmas Tournament (Staten Island, N.Y.) • Seaboard Conf. Tournament (at higher seed)

1987-88 (19-8, 11-3)

12/1 @ Rhode Island W 77-70 12/3 Connecticut W 61-47 12/10 Boston College W 61-47 12/12 Massachusetts W (ot) 69-63 12/30 Brown W 80-45 1/2 @ Florida International ! L 57-56 1/3 Cleveland State ! W 73-64 1/4 James Madison ! L 87-60 1/9 @ Holy Cross L 83-67 1/13 @ Central Connecticut* W 83-66 1/12 @ Fairfield L 79-63 1/16 @ Vermont* W 72-61 1/20 Boston University* L 63-57 1/23 Hartford* W 69-57 1/25 Brooklyn* W 60-32 1/27 @ Dartmouth W 70-47 1/30 @ Northeastern* W 67-63 2/1 @ Harvard W 68-60 2/3 @ Maine* L 64-63 2/6 Central Connecticut* W 71-53 2/10 Vermont* W 70-56 2/13 @ Boston University* W 62-56 2/17 @ Hartford* L 69-63 2/20 @ Brooklyn* W 73-48 2/24 Northeastern* W 70-50 2/27 Maine* W 60-56 L 82-76 3/2 @ Maine • Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Melissa Pfefferle, Karen Pinkos * Seaboard Conference ! Sun & Fun Classic (Miami, Fla.) • Seaboard Conf. Tournament (at higher seed)

1988-89 (16-11, 10-4)

11/29 Rhode Island W 63-55 12/2 @ Fairfield ! L 75-58 12/3 Wagner ! W 68-66 12/7 @ Boston College L 70-58 12/10 @ Massachusetts L 72-71 12/29 Baylor $ W 65-62 12/30 @ Central Florida $ L 86-75 12/31 William & Mary $ W 63-49 1/5 @ Brown W (ot) 73-72 1/7 Holy Cross L (2ot) 83-80 1/11 Central Connecticut* L 69-64 1/14 Vermont* W 75-52 1/18 @ Boston University* W 64-62 1/21 @ Hartford* W (ot) 77-73 1/23 @ Brooklyn* W 76-50 1/26 Dartmouth L 68-51 1/28 Northeastern* W 63-62 1/30 Harvard W 71-61 2/1 Maine* L 65-61 2/4 @ Central Connecticut* W 65-63 2/8 @ Vermont* W 71-64 W 58-55 2/11 Boston University* 2/15 Hartford* W 83-59 2/18 Brooklyn* W 70-41 2/22 @ Northeastern* L 67-63 2/25 @ Maine* L 69-60 3/1 Boston University • L 73-65 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Carolyn Keavney, Kris Kinney * Seaboard Conference ! Warner Classic (Fairfield, Conn.) $ UCF Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) • Seaboard Conf. Tournament (at higher seed)

1989-90 (11-16, 7-5) L 80-62

11/26 Holy Cross 11/28 @ Rhode Island 12/1 Duke ! 12/2 Eastern Washington ! 12/6 Boston College 12/9 Massachusetts 1/3 @ Central Florida $ 1/4 East Tennessee State $ 1/5 Fordham $ 1/11 Fairfield 1/13 Northeastern* 1/17 @ Hartford* 1/20 Vermont* 1/22 @ Colgate* 1/25 @ Dartmouth 1/27 @ Boston University* 1/29 @ Harvard 1/31 @ Northeastern* 2/3 Central Connecticut 2/7 Maine* 2/10 Hartford*

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67-56 82-47 62-58 66-58 66-60 80-63 73-61 72-71 69-65 61-51 50-42 69-58 72-61 77-76 67-58 70-66 63-50 82-56 70-49 57-55

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2/14 @ Maine* L 72-54 2/17 @ Vermont* W 59-52 2/21 @ Central Connecticut L 84-54 2/28 Boston University* L 55-53 3/2 Colgate W 87-64 3/8 Northeastern • L 50-44 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Deb Dorsch, Shelley Fitz, Rita McCarroll * North Atlantic Conference ! Dial Classic (Durham, N.C.) $ Central Florida Holiday Classic (Orlando, Fla.) • NAC Tournament (at higher seed)

1990-91 (10-17, 3-7)

11/25 @Holy Cross L 93-65 11/28 @ Brown L 78-73 12/1 @ Massachusetts W 75-54 12/5 Rhode Island L 59-56 12/7 @ Tennessee Tech ! L 96-68 12/8 Akron ! W 79-67 12/12 @ Boston College L 104-76 12/29 @ South Florida L 95-69 12/31 @ Stetson $ W 74-55 1/2 Auburn $ L 77-44 1/5 Maine* L 76-55 1/12 @ Vermont* L 65-62 1/16 @ Boston University* L 71-68 1/19 Northeastern* W 79-49 1/22 Dartmouth W 61-54 1/23 Yale W 66-55 1/26 Hartford* L 62-44 1/29 Harvard W 65-61 2/2 @ Maine* L 71-53 2/9 Colgate* L 82-69 2/13 Vermont L 74-65 2/16 Boston University* W 60-58 2/19 Rider W 87-83 2/23 @ Northeastern* W 58-32 2/28 Arkansas State L 70-65 3/2 @ Hartford* L (ot) 84-79 L 55-53 3/5 @ Hartford • Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Jennifer Casey, Julie Donlon * North Atlantic Conference ! Holiday/Lite Classic (Cookeville, Tn.) $ Lady Hatter Classic (DeLand, Fla.) • NAC Tournament (at higher seed)

1991-92 (18-8, 9-4)

11/26 Brown W 74-42 12/1 Holy Cross L 65-60 12/4 @ Rhode Island W 64-58 12/6 Marshall ! W 62-61 12/7 Morehead State ! W 56-51 12/14 @ Dartmouth L 65-62 12/28 @ Florida $ L 75-67 12/29 Iowa State $ W 57-53 1/5 Monmouth W 76-61 1/11 @ Hartford* W 54-43 1/15 @ Yale W 72-60 1/17 @ Delaware* W 72-71 1/18 @ Drexel* W 69-61 1/23 Hartford* W 57-49 1/25 Vermont* L 85-63 1/28 @ Harvard W 80-69 1/30 Northeastern* W (2ot) 62-61 2/1 @ Boston University* W 68-53 2/8 Maine* L 65-55 2/13 Boston University* W 71-52 2/15 @ Northeastern* W 64-59 2/22 @ Vermont* L 79-60 2/28 Drexel* W 79-70 3/1 Delaware* L 61-60 3/10 Northeastern • W 66-49 3/13 Maine • L 74-65 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Kendall Daly, Sue Ryan * North Atlantic Conference ! Lady Flames Classic (Lynchburg, Va.) $ Lady Gator Tournament (Gainesville, Fla.) • NAC Tournament (Quarterfinals at higher seed, semifinals and finals at Burlington, Vt.)

1992-93 (18-8,L 10-4) 12/1 @ Holy Cross 73-71 12/4 Marist ! 12/5 Iona ! 12/9 Massachusetts 12/12 Dartmouth 1/2 Kansas State $ 1/3 Davidson $ 1/7 Rhode Island 1/12 Brown 1/15 Delaware* 1/17 Drexel* 1/21 @ Hartford* 1/23 Vermont* 1/28 @ Northeastern* 1/30 Boston University* 2/2 Harvard 2/7 @ Maine* 2/11 @ Boston University* 2/13 Northeastern* 2/18 @ Vermont* 2/20 Hartford* 2/26 @ Drexel* 2/28 @ Delaware* 73-67 3/3 @ Central Connecticut 3/6 Maine* 3/9 Maine •

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76-40 83-62 71-49 67-47 69-60 91-53 88-69 67-59 89-63 64-54 82-79 75-70 64-62 66-55 87-84 68-63 62-59 67-58 70-55 81-63 73-59 (ot)

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76-60 58-38 55-59

Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Kendall Daly, Deb Russell, Laura Seiden * North Atlantic Conference ! Iona Classic (New Rochelle, N.Y.) $ Holiday Inn Basketball Beach Blast (Wilmington, N.C.) • NAC Tournament (at higher seed)

1993-94 (17-11, 8-6) 11/28 @ Rhode Island L 61-31

12/3 Rider ! W 66-61 12/4 Cornell ! W 79-57 12/8 @ Massachusetts L (ot) 69-67 12/29 Army $ W 47-44 12/30 @ Dartmouth $ L 46-42 1/2 Temple # W 67-56 1/3 Iowa State # L 62-53 1/6 Canisius W 74-61 1/11 @ Brown W 58-51 1/14 @ Delaware* W 59-54 1/16 @ Drexel* W 58-57 1/20 Hartford* W 59-57 1/22 @ Vermont* L 80-63 1/27 Northeastern* L 54-53 1/29 @ Boston University* W 69-68 2/1 @ Harvard W 85-71 2/5 Maine* L 64-60 2/10 Boston University* W 68-66 2/12 @ Northeastern* L 66-63 2/17 Vermont* L 81-66 2/19 @ Hartford* W 78-69 2/22 Holy Cross W 71-68 2/25 Drexel W 88-76 2/27 Delaware* W 84-70 3/2 @ Maine* L 72-64 W 78-63 3/6 Drexel • 3/10 @ Vermont • L 50-70 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Kerri Eaton, Marcie Lane * North Atlantic Conference ! Cornell/Sheraton Classic (Ithaca, N.Y.) $ Dartmouth Invitational (Hanover, N.H.) # UNC-Greensboro Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) • NAC Tournament (at higher seed)

1994-95 (13-14, 10-6) 69-54

11/27 @ Holy Cross L 12/2 Princeton ! L 12/3 St. Peter’s ! W 12/10 Dartmouth L 12/30 @ Boston College L 1/2 Yale $ W 1/3 @ Florida International $ L 1/4 Arkansas $ L 1/7 @ Hofstra* W 1/11 Brown L 1/13 Delaware* L 1/15 Drexel* W 1/19 @Hartford* W 1/21 Vermont* W 1/26 @ Northeastern* L 1/28 Boston University* W 1/31 Harvard W 2/4 @ Maine* L 2/9 @ Boston University* L 2/11 Northeastern* W 2/16 @ Vermont* L 2/18 Hartford* W 2/21 Hofstra* W 2/24 @ Drexel* W 2/26 @ Delaware* W 3/1 Maine* L 3/5 Drexel • L Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Teya Eaton, Jenny Matteson, Sue McLaughlin * North Atlantic Conference ! Princeton Tournament (Princeton, N.J.) $ FIU Sun and Fun Classic (Miami, Fla.) • NAC Tournament (at higher seed)

62-61 52-51 64-63 56-53 59-57 86-53 75-41 64-59 58-52 67-60 65-56 66-48 67-59 63-43 69-45 77-73 78-49 86-66 64-56 65-51 71-68 72-47 74-62 75-70 92-77 67-61

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1996-97 (18-10, 14-4)

1999-2000 (13-15, 8-10)

11/19 Holy Cross L 86-67 11/24 @ Dartmouth L 64-52 11/28 Siena W 76-60 11/30 @ Massachusetts W (ot) 60-58 12/3 Miami (Ohio) ! L 67-57 12/4 Princeton ! W 74-61 12/9 Boston University* L (ot) 61-59 12/12 Northeastern* W 70-42 12/21 @ N.C. State L 70-44 12/29 Harvard W 70-58 1/2 @ Delaware* L 75-56 1/4 @ Towson* L 60-53 1/8 Vermont* W 78-69 1/15 Maine* L 74-71 1/18 @ Brown W 57-45 1/21 @ Hofstra* L 51-46 1/23 @ Drexel* W 76-54 1/27 Towson* W 66-59 1/29 Delaware* W 75-68 2/3 @ Vermont* L 63-51 2/5 @ Hartford* L 58-54 2/12 @ Maine* L 70-60 2/18 Drexel* W 56-52 2/20 Hofstra* W 52-37 2/24 @ Northeastern* L 56-52 2/26 @ Boston University* W 70-66 3/2 Hartford* L 56-54 3/9 Delaware • L 77-65 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Orsi Farkas, Allison Godfrey, Kim Kassik * America East ! Roger L. White Invitational (Evanston, Ill.) • America East Tournament (Burlington, Vt.)

11/23 @ Holy Cross L 80-62 11/29 Air Force ! W 79-60 11/30 @ Montana State L 94-70 12/5 @ Drexel* W 79-64 12/7 @ Hofstra* W 84-53 12/10 @ Boston College L 86-60 12/14 Harvard L 74-69 12/28 Colgate $ W 76-50 12/29 Massachusetts $ L 60-52 1/2 @ Boston University* W 63-53 1/4 Northeastern* W 61-45 1/7 Vermont* W 81-75 1/11 Maine* L 101-90 1/14 Brown W 94-79 1/16 @ Delaware* W 70-56 1/18 @ Towson State* W 88-67 1/21 Hartford* W 68-55 1/24 Hofstra* W 76-52 1/26 Drexel* L 66-65 1/30 @ Vermont* L 70-61 2/1 @ Hartford* W 70-63 2/9 @ Maine* L 81-70 2/13 Towson State* W 74-73 2/15 Delaware* W 70-50 2/21 @ Northeastern* W 70-59 2/23 Boston University* W 89-54 3/2 Hofstra• W 74-62 3/5 @Vermont• L 63-60 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Kathy Caldwell, Bridget White * America East ! Montana State Thanksgiving Classic (Bozeman,Mont.) 11/17 Brown W 67-57 $ Wagner Tournament (Staten Island, N.Y.) 11/21 @ Holy Cross L 87-60 • America East Tournament (at higher seed) 11/25 Dartmouth W 81-58 11/28 @ Harvard L 54-45 12/1 @ Michigan L 81-49 11/22 Holy Cross L 73-59 12/4 @ Siena L 75-44 11/28 Akron ! L 64-59 12/8 Delaware* L 71-55 11/29 Georgia State ! W 68-56 12/10 Towson* W 74-54 12/6 Hartford* L 68-67 12/13 Massachusetts L 56-39 12/11 @ Dartmouth W 59-46 12/28 @ Miami (Fla.) ! L 70-61 12/13 @ Harvard L 71-55 12/29 George Mason ! L 87-54 12/29 @ St. Peter’s College $ L 73-60 1/2 @ Northeastern* L 59-57 12/30 South Carolina $ L 75-70 1/5 @ Hartford* L 67-63 1/2 Northeastern* L 62-61 1/8 @ Boston University* W 62-46 1/4 Boston University* W 59-46 1/14 Maine* W 79-72 1/8 @ Delaware* W 72-55 1/18 Hofstra* L 58-49 1/10 @ Towson* L 61-60 1/20 Drexel* W 78-73 1/13 Vermont* L 70-56 1/25 @ Towson* L (ot) 64-63 1/17 Maine* L 75-61 1/27 @ Delaware* L 79-59 1/20 @ Brown W 72-56 2/2 Vermont* L 71-52 1/22 @ Hofstra* W 61-52 2/4 Hartford* W 53-49 1/24 @ Drexel* W 66-58 2/11 @ Maine* L 69-42 2/1 @ Maine* W 75-65 2/16 @ Drexel* L 89-69 2/3 @ Hartford* L 55-47 2/18 @ Hofstra* W 76-64 2/6 Delaware* W 77-70 2/22 Northeastern* W 69-66 2/8 Towson * W 77-60 2/24 Boston University* W 54-52 2/12 @ Northeastern* L 76-73 3/1 @ Vermont* L 70-60 2/14 @ Boston University* L 66-63 3/8 @ Vermont• L 72-62 2/19 Hofstra * W 62-53 Head Coach: Sue Johnson 2/21 Drexel * W 68-56 Captains: Sarah Bushey, Kim Kassik 2/26 @ Vermont* L 67-55 * America East 3/5 Northeastern • L 71-59 ! Gatorade Holiday Classic (Coral Gables, Fla.) Head Coach: Sue Johnson • America East Tournament (Burlington, Vt.) Captain: Steph Schubert * America East ! Coors Rocky Mountain Classic (Ft. Collins, Col.) 11/16 Morgan State ! W 67-39 $ Mr. Cookie Face Holiday Classic (Jersey City, N.J.) 11/17 @ Seton Hall ! L 71-61 • America East Tournament (at Orono, Maine) 11/20 Marist W 70-60 L 81-61 11/23 Michigan 11/27 @ Manhattan L 70-54 11/17 Brown W 73-60 12/1 Siena L 78-65 11/21 @ Holy Cross W 78-77 12/5 @ Iona W 63-46 11/25 @ Navy W 68-64 12/8 @ Providence L (ot) 79-70 11/29 Dartmouth W 66-60 12/13 @ Massachusetts W 66-44 12/5 @ Vermont* W 68-60 12/29 Sacred Heart W 75-45 12/8 @ Siena W 78-65 1/2 @ Northeastern* L 73-64 12/28 NC State ! L 66-57 1/6 Albany* W 72-56 12/29 Iona ! W 63-48 1/10 @ Hartford* L 69-41 1/2 Boston University* W 73-49 1/12 Vermont* W 73-55 1/5 Northeastern* L 64-53 1/15 @ Dartmouth W 75-52 1/9 @ Hofstra* W 67-54 1/19 @ Albany* W 50-42 1/11 @ Drexel* W 57-41 1/23 Hartford* W 79-67 1/16 Maine* L 71-57 1/27 @ Maine* L 64-51 1/22 Towson* W 61-51 2/1 Stony Brook* W 72-39 1/24 Delaware* L 80-68 2/3 Binghamton* L 62-56 1/27 @ Hartford* W 59-47 2/6 @ Vermont* L 78-75 1/30 Hofstra* W 65-59 2/9 @ Boston University* W 56-49 2/1 Drexel* W 75-61 2/12 @ Stony Brook* W 63-60 2/4 @ Boston University* W 65-44 2/19 Maine* L 68-65 2/6 @ Northeastern* W (ot) 74-72 2/23 @ Binghamton* W 62-49 2/10 Hartford* W 68-56 2/27 Northeastern* W 68-58 2/14 @ Maine* L 83-58 3/1 Boston University L (ot) 68-64 2/18 @ Towson* W 72-63 3/7 Binghamton • W 58-53 2/20 @ Delaware* L 83-61 3/8 Stony Brook • L 65-54 2/25 Vermont* W 69-57 Head Coach: Sue Johnson 3/4 Drexel • L 69-59 Captains: Aubrey Danen, Colleen Mullen, Kiki 3/9 @ Arkansas State ∞ L 78-65 Proctor Head Coach: Sue Johnson * America East Captains: Orsi Farkas, Allison Godfrey ! Seton Hall Basketball Classic (South Orange, N.J.) * America East • America East Tournament (W. Hartford, Conn.) ! First Union Hawk Classic (Philadelphia, Pa.) • America East Tournament ∞ WNIT Tournament

2000-01 (10-18, 8-10)

1997-98 (12-15, 8-10)

2001-02 (16-13, 9-7)

1998-99 (19-8, 13-5)

1995-96 (16-12,L 12-6) 59-57

11/26 Holy Cross 12/2 Georgia Tech ! 12/3 Wagner ! 12/7 @ Northeastern* 12/10 Boston University* 12/17 Boston College 12/28 Wisconsin-Milwaukee $ 12/29 @ Dartmouth $ 1/2 @ Towson State* 1/4 @ Delaware* 1/9 @ Hartford* 1/12 Drexel* 1/14 Hofstra* 1/16 @ Brown 1/20 @ Maine* 1/24 Vermont* 1/28 Maine* 1/30 @ Harvard 2/2 @ Drexel* 2/4 @ Hofstra* 2/9 Towson State* 2/11 Delaware* 2/15 @ Vermont* 2/18 Hartford* 2/22 Northeastern* 2/25 @Boston University* 3/3 Northeastern • 3/5 Vermont • Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn

Captains: Anne Colton, Bridget White * North Atlantic Conference ! Sheraton Big Apple Classic (Riverdale, N.Y.) $ Dartmouth Invitational (Hanover, N.H.) • NAC Tournament (at higher seed)

90-72 79-67 63-48 67-57 67-64 74-59 72-59 83-66 85-61 65-50 79-62 65-49 69-62 80-64 63-60 71-56 81-79 79-65 66-62 71-63 83-66 91-86 66-58 77-58 85-60 66-52 74-70

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Tradition. Pride. Excellence.

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2002-03 (13-16, 7-9)

11/22 Manhattan W 47-43 11/26 @Marist L 59-51 11/30 Dartmouth W 76-68 12/4 @Georgetown L 90-60 12/7 Massachusetts L 70-50 12/10 St. Francis (N.Y.) W 75-54 12/13 @Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 71-69 12/29 vs. Fairfield ! L 74-69 12/30 vs. Brown ! L 72-64 1/2 Iona W 48-38 1/5 @Sacred Heart L 64-57 1/9 @Maine* L 67-55 1/12 Albany* W 68-64 1/18 Northeastern* W 63-58 1/22 @Boston University* L 59-47 1/25 Binghamton* L 67-59 1/29 @Vermont* L 76-70 2/2 @Stony Brook* L 90-72 2/5 Maine* L 69-52 2/8 @Northeastern* L 78-61 2/12 @Hartford* W 56-53 2/15 @Albany* W 62-61 2/19 Vermont* L 71-43 2/26 Boston University* W 67-66 3/1 Stony Brook* W (ot) 70-67 3/5 Hartford* W 60-50 3/8 @Binghamton* L 70-68 3/13 vs. Stony Brook• W 70-57 3/14 vs. Maine• L 71-65 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Emily Caschera, Aubrey Danen, Colleen Mullen * America East ! Wildcat Christmas Classic (Villanova, Pa.) • America East Tournament (W. Hartford, Conn.)

2003-04 (11-18, 6-12)

11/25 St. Bonaventure W 86-85 11/29 Georgetown L 61-60 12/3 @ Quinnipiac L 82-76 12/6 @ Brown ! L 77-62 12/7 vs. Liberty ! L 87-64 12/11 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 59-46 12/28 @ St. Francis (NY) W 63-47 12/30 SMU W 63-62 1/3 Colgate L 74-64 1/7 Albany* W 65-54 1/10 @ Stony Brook* W 63-56 1/14 @Maine* L 67-45 1/17 Binghamton* L (ot) 63-56 1/21 @ UMBC* W 65-54 1/24 Vermont* W 63-52 1/27 Hartford* L 59-43 1/31 Northeastern* W 58-52 2/4 @ Boston University* L 72-54 2/7 @ Albany* L 73-54 2/11 Maine L 63-50 2/14 @ Binghamton* L 55-53 2/19 UMBC* L 48-47 2/22 @ Vermont* L 84-51 2/25 @ Hartford* L 71-65 2/28 Stony Brook* W 73-66 3/2 @ Northeastern* L 74-61 3/5 Boston University* L 68-57 3/10 vs. Stony Brook• W (ot) 74-65 3/11 vs. Maine• L 66-40 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Maren Matthias, Sarah Rappoport * America East ! Brown Classic (Providence, R.I.) • America East Tournament (W. Hartford, Conn.)

2004-05 (15-14, 10-8) 11/19 Dartmouth W (ot) 75-73

11/22 Quinnipiac L 68-65 11/29 @ Marist L 52-34 12/3 @ Kansas State ! L 84-50 12/4 vs. Tennessee State ! W 66-42 12/8 Yale W 54-40 12/11 @ Boston College L 78-49 12/28 Providence W 62-52 1/1 @ St. Bonaventure L 54-37 1/5 Albany* W 53-43 1/8 Stony Brook* W 74-58 1/11 Maine* W 60-57 1/15 @ Binghamton* L 67-42 1/19 @ Vermont* L 65-57 1/22 @ Hartford* L 65-48 1/26 Boston University* L 67-63 1/29 @ UMBC* W 73-61 2/1 Northeastern* W 70-64 2/5 @ Albany* W 71-61 2/8 @ Maine* L 59-50 2/12 Binghamton* W 66-50 2/16 Hartford* L 61-60 2/19 Vermont* W 70-65 2/23 @ Northeastern* L 67-61 2/26 @ Stony Brook* W 74-58 3/3 UMBC* W 56-51 3/6 @ Boston University* L 77-67 3/10 vs. Albany+ W 68-48 3/11 at Hartford+ L 52-38 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Emily Hardy, Whitney Edwards * America East ! Commerce Bank Wildcat Classic (Manhattan, Kan.) • America East Tournament (W. Hartford, Conn.)

2005-06 (15-13, 7-9)

11/19 @ Yale W 75-59 11/22 Marist W 62-48 11/26 Cornell# W 75-72 11/27 Boston College# L 85-58 12/1 @ Wagner W 74-52 12/4 Massachusetts W 59-43 12/7 @ Colgate W 69-45 12/11 @ Northeastern L 52-47 12/29 Towson $ W (ot) 70-69 12/30 Lehigh $ W (ot) 66-58 1/4 UMBC* W 68-61 1/7 @ Binghamton* L 74-54 1/11 @ Dartmouth L 62-56 1/14 Stony Brook* L 72-69 1/18 Maine* W 63-59 1/21 @ Albany* L 62-58 1/25 @ Hartford* L 65-42 1/28 Vermont* W 70-62 2/1 @ Boston University* W 83-71 2/4 @ UMBC* L 65-53 2/9 Binghamton* W 55-49 2/12 Hartford* L 62-52 2/15 @ Stony Brook* L 62-56 2/18 @ Maine* L 69-58 2/22 Albany* W 70-55 2/25 Boston University* W 76-63 3/1 @ Vermont* L 57-54 3/10 vs. Boston University+ L 66-60 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Emily Hardy, Ebony Woods * America East # UNH Wildcat Classic (Durham, N.H.) $ Lehigh Christmas City Classic (Bethlehem, Pa.) + America East Tournament (West Hartford, Conn.)

2006-07 (9-20, 4-12)

11/14 @ Massachusetts L 60-38 11/17 Wagner W 80-70 11/22 @ Army L 54-51 11/26 Iona W 72-61 11/28 Providence L 79-53 12/2 @ Central Connecticut L 65-47 12/5 @ Boston College L 50-31 12/9 Colgate W 52-44 12/19 Northeastern W 71-62 12/28 Detroit# L 54-50 12/29 Winston-Salem State# W 63-55 1/4 @ Maine* L 64-47 1/7 @ Hartford* L 48-47 1/10 Dartmouth L 79-67 1/13 Stony Brook* L 85-66 1/17 Binghamton* W (ot) 58-55 1/20 UMBC* L 59-56 1/23 @ Boston University* L 67-57 1/27 @ Vermont* L 70-44 1/31 Albany* W 58-44 2/3 Maine* W 65-55 2/7 Hartford* L 54-45 2/14 @ Stony Brook* L 71-64 2/17 @ UMBC* L 59-51 2/24 Boston University* W 71-66 2/28 Vermont* L 59-56 3/3 @ Binghamton* L 66-61 3/8 Albany+ L 64-61 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Danielle Clark, Whitney Edwards * America East # Lady Luck Classic (Plattsburgh, Va.) + America East Play-In Game (Binghamton, N.Y.)

2007-08 (7-22, 4-12)

11/13 Central Connecticut W 71-59 11/17 @ USF# L 72-56 11/18 Tennessee-Martin# W 71-59 11/24 St. Peter’s L 60-49 11/27 @ Boston College L 77-52 12/1 Colgate W 75-70 12/4 Army L 69-61 12/8 Harvard L 59-53 12/12 @ Iona L 92-79 12/15 @ Northeastern L 78-71 12/28 @ Providence L 73-41 1/5 Albany* L 62-52 1/9 @ Dartmouth L 67-52 1/16 Hartford* L 71-56 1/19 @ Binghamton* L 82-74 1/23 @ Vermont* L 72-64 1/26 Boston University* L 77-75 1/30 Maine* W 70-55 2/2 @ UMBC* W 77-67 2/6 Stony Brook* W 64-55 2/10 @ Albany* L 67-50 2/16 @ Hartford* L 74-44 2/19 Vermont* L 61-54 2/23 UMBC* L 66-50 2/27 @ Boston University* L 66-39 3/1 Binghamton* L 59-47 3/5 @ Maine* W 66-58 3/8 @ Stony Brook* L 77-37 3/14 Vermont+ L 70-45 Head Coach: Kristin Cole Captains: Ashley Cerniglia, Danielle Flowers * America East # South Florida Classic (Tampa, Fla.) + America East Tournament (West Hartford, Conn.)

2008-09 (8-23, 6-10)

11/14 Bryant L 69-66 11/19 Massachusetts L 67-51 11/28 @ Long Island# L 74-60 11/29 Yale# L 76-55 12/3 @ Harvard L 81-58 12/5 @ Colgate W 89-61 12/9 @ Boston College L 85-43 12/14 Northeastern W 70-62 12/20 Canisius L 64-37 12/28 Central Michigan! L 72-62 12/29 Morehead State! L 76-43 12/30 @ Louisville! L 82-40 1/2 @ Xavier L 62-36 1/6 Maine* W 51-47 1/10 @ UMBC* L 95-85 1/13 Dartmouth L 62-49 1/17 @ Boston U.* L 79-62 1/21 @ Stony Brook* W 75-65 1/24 Albany* W 66-54 1/28 @ Binghamton* L 79-59 2/1 Vermont* L 69-48 2/4 Hartford* L 59-32 2/8 UMBC* W 73-65 2/12 @ Maine* L 57-49 2/15 Boston U.* L 75-53 2/22 @ Vermont* L 70-48 2/25 Stony Brook* W 50-49 2/28 @ Albany* W 66-62 3/4 Binghamton* L 56-53 3/7 @ Hartford* L 57-37 3/13 Vermont+ L 57-45 Head Coach: Kristin Cole * America East # Courtyard LaGaurdia Turkey Classic(Brooklyn, N.Y) ! Downtown Marriott Cardinal Classic (Louisville, Ky.) + America East Tournament (West Hartford, Conn.)

2009-10 (9-22, 3-13)

2011-12 (16-14, 9-7)

11/11 @ Brown W 62-57 11/16 Seton Hall L 61-38 11/22 @ Cornell W 63-62 11/27 @ Central Connecticut St. L 44-83 11/30 @ Dartmouth W 58-53 12/03 Holy Cross L 61-50 12/06 Harvard L 69-62 12/09 Manhattan W 57-42 12/18 @ Rhode Island W 52-33 12/21 @ Wagner W (ot) 73-72 12/29 vs. Iowa State # L 71-57 12/30 vs. NJIT # W 79-71 01/02 @ UMBC * L 67-65 01/04 Hartford * W 64-45 01/11 Albany * L 60-44 01/14 @ Vermont * W (ot) 69-63 01/16 Stony Brook * W 63-53 01/19 @ Boston U. * L 79-39 01/22 Binghamton * L 64-55 01/25 @ Maine * W 66-50 01/28 UMBC * W 75-68 02/01 @ Hartford * L 64-46 02/08 @ Albany L 68-59 02/11 Vermont * W 58-48 02/15 Boston U. * L 63-52 02/18 @ Stony Brook * W 63-46 02/22 Maine * W 65-53 02/25 @ Binghamton * W (ot) 59-52 03/02 vs. UMBC + L 59-57 03/15 @ Holy Cross ! L 63-59 Head Coach: Maureen Magarity Captains: Denise Beliveau, Kelsey Hogan * America East # Iowa State Cyclone Challenge (Ames, Iowa) + America East quarterfinal (Hartford, Conn.) ! Women’s Basketball Invitational (first round)

11/13 Saint Joseph’s W 64-56 11/16 @ #21 Maryland L 43-63 11/20 Massachusetts W 58-57 11/24 Harvard W (ot) 78-65 11/29 @ Quinnipiac L 54-68 12/3 @ Seton Hall L 45-54 12/5 @ Saint Peter’s L 47-66 12/10 Central Conn. State L 48-60 12/20 Holy Cross W 80-72 12/22 Louisville L 67-76 12/28 @ Canisius W 42-40 12/30 @ #23 Syracuse L 48-58 1/2 Vermont* L 53-55 1/6 @ Stony Brook* L 57-69 1/9 Hartford* L 45-72 1/12 Maine* L 61-65 1/16 @ UMBC* W 77-67 1/19 @ Dartmouth L 48-49 1/22 @ Albany* W 87-77 1/24 @ Binghamton* L 59-83 1/28 Boston U.* L 59-66 1/31 @ Vermont* L 64-78 2/3 Stony Brook* W 76-71 2/6 @ Hartford* L 35-65 2/13 UMBC* L 40-54 2/16 @ Maine* L 61-69 2/21 Albany* L (ot) 62-64 2/25 Binghamton* L 61-78 2/28 @ Boston U.* L 65-79 3/4 Maine+ W 65-50 3/5 Hartford+ L 35-68 Head Coach: Kristin Cole Captains: Denise Beliveau, Kelsey Hogan, Candace Williams * America East + America East Tournament (West Hartford, Conn.)

2010-11 (9-20, 6-10)

11/12 @ Notre Dame L 99-48 11/16 Dartmouth W 65-52 11/20 Brown L 66-54 11/23 @ Holy Cross L 78-67 11/29 @ Syracuse L 87-46 12/3 @ Manhattan L 68-51 12/10 @ Harvard L 96-63 12/19 @ Central Connecticut L 61-48 12/22 Quinnipiac W 75-63 12/28 @ Saint Joseph’s# L 67-66 12/29 vs Quinnipiac# L 62-61 1/1 Rhode Island W (3ot) 88-74 1/4 @ Albany* L (ot) 62-56 1/6 Boston U.* L 63-43 1/9 @ Binghamton* L 72-60 1/12 Hartford* L 57-50 1/15 Stony Brook* W 75-68 1/17 Vermont* W (ot) 63-59 1/23 @ UMBC* L 69-51 1/26 @ Maine* W 67-47 1/29 @ Boston U.* L 66-62 2/3 Albany* W 60-46 2/6 Binghamton* L 59-50 2/9 @ Stony Brook* W 72-58 2/13 UMBC* L 63-55 2/17 @ Vermont* L 58-47 2/23 Maine* W 57-40 2/26 @ Hartford* L 62-52 3/4 Binghamton+ L 67-53 Head Coach: Maureen Magarity Captains: Denise Beliveau, Jill McDonald * America East # Hawk Classic (Philadelphia, Pa.) + America East Tournament (West Hartford, Conn.)

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Tradition. Pride. Excellence.

all-time letterwinners Lindsay Adams Michele Altobello Margie Arnold Nina Bailiargeon Amy Banks Jan Beal Colleen Bean Diamon Beckford Melissa Belanger Denise Beliveau Renee Bender Sara Bilodeau Patricia Bohner Karen Bolton Karen Bonney Pam Brandell Robyn Britton Michelle Brusseau Sarah Bushey Kelly Butterfield Kathy Caldwell Emily Caschera Jennifer Casey Melissa Cerasuolo Ashley Cerniglia Michele Cernuda Heather Champion Danielle Clark Gloria Coco Anne Colton Megan Connolly Cheryl Cote Donna Couture Terri Crete Beth Curran Kendall Daly Aubrey Danen Sheila Danker Denise Darling Diane Delisle Jenelle DeVits Ellen Dieckelman Kate Dillon Diana Dilworth Adriane Domanski Julie Donlon Kelly Donohue Deb Dorsch Susan Duffy Kate Early Kerri Eaton Teya Eaton Whitney Edwards

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2001-05 1984-88 1982-84 1975-76 1980-82 1996-98 1976-78 2009-10 1984-88 2007-12 1985-86 1998-99 1976-77 1976-80 1980-81 1993-97 1986-87 1987-91 1997-01 1981-85 1993-97 1999-03 1987-91 1997-98 2004-07 1995-98 1994-98 2003-07 1975-77 1992-96 2003-06 1989-93 1977-81 1981-85 1984-88 1989-93 1998-03 1993-97 1983-86 1976-78 2005-08 1979-80 2003-05 2002-03 1998-00 1987-91 1997-01 1986-90 1977-79 2007-11 1990-94 1991-95 2003-07

-FOrsi Farkas Shelley Fitz Laura Flaherty Danielle Flowers Kelley Flynn Lindsay Formica Patty Foster Racheal Fowler Morgan Frame Sarah-Marie Frankenberger Jennifer Friel Jilliane Friel -GJulie Gagne Allison Gagnon Althena Gaines Ariel Gaston Jean Giarrusso Allison Godfrey Michelle Grenier Ellen Griffith Christine Gulas Corinne Gulas -HKelley Haines Chrissy Hall Nancy Hall Emily Hardy Gabby Haroules Quandra Harrison Susan Hechler Kate Hennessey Denise Higgins Kelsey Hogan Keri Holtham Tara Holtham Lori Hornik -JGail Jackson Taylore Jarvis SalĂŠe-Marie Johnson -KKelly Karl Kim Kassik Carolyn Keaveny Sue Kilmister Kaylee Kilpatrick Carrie Kimball Marjorie King Kris Kinney Molly Kirchner Alexis Kirsteier -LKathy Ladd Marcie Lane Meaghan Lane Abigail LaRosa Alexandra Leftridge Beth Lilore Geneva Livingston Jackie Lyons

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-MJackie MacMullan Carol Mather Jenny Matteson Anna Matthias Maren Matthias Rita McCarroll Maura McCarthy Karen McCoy Jenny McDade Jill McDonald Bridgette McKnight Sue McLaughlin Kathy McSweeney Stephanie Mislak Martha Morrison Jennifer Mueller Colleen Mullen Terri Mulliken Cheryl Murtagh -NLinda Neilson Nancy Nolting -PMary Ann Palazzi Melissa Pfefferle Karen Pinkos Heidi Plencner Kate Poulin Kiki Proctor Clare Pyne -RSarah Rappoport Theresa Redmond Cari Reed Rachel Reilly Karri Reynolds Deb Russell Sue Ryan -SKathy Sanborn Steph Schubert Laura Seiden Kathy Shorey Amy Simpson Stephanie Spoto Lisa Sullivan -TZita Torok -WLauren Weidmyer Lauren Wells Bridget White Candace Williams Jacinda Williams Natasha Williams Ray Williams Ebony Woods -ZSharon Zagorski

1978-82 1977-78 1991-95 1998-02 2000-04 1986-90 1975-78 1989-93 2006-08 2007-11 2010-12 1991-95 1978-80 1995-97 1978-82 1981-85 2001-03 1982-86 1978-81 1980-83 1982-84 1979-80 1984-88 1984-88 1998-02 2002-05 1998-02 1975-77 2000-04 1979-83 2009-12 2004-05 1988-90 1989-93 1988-92 1975-79 1994-98 1989-93 1983-85 2006-10 2011-12 1979-83 1999-00 2004-06 2008-12 1993-97 2006-10 2007-08 1994-96 2003-07 2002-05 1977-79

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UNH WILDCATS 2012-13

NOVEMBER 14 Wed. 17 Sat. 20 Tues. 25 Sun. 28 Wed.

at Yale at Holy Cross at Boston College CORNELL at Harvard

DECEMBER 1 Sat. 2 Sun. 5 Wed. 9 Sun. 17 Mon. 22 Sat. 29 Sat.

vs. Quinnipiac ∞ vs. Brown / Rider ∞ DARTMOUTH Central Conn. State WAGNER at Cleveland State at Colgate

JANUARY 2 Wed. 5 Sat. 9 Wed. 16 Wed. 19 Sat. 23 Wed. 26 Sat. 29 Tues.

at Vermont • Stony Brook • UMBC • at Albany • Boston U. • at Hartford • at Binghamton • Maine •

7 pm 1 pm 7 pm 1 pm 7 pm

4 pm TBA 5:30 pm 2 pm 7 pm 2 pm 4 pm

7 pm 4 pm 7 pm 12 pm 2 pm 7 pm 4 pm 7 pm

FEBRUARY

2 Sat. at Stony Brook • 6 Wed. Vermont • 13 Wed. at UMBC • 16 Sat. at Boston U. • 20 Wed. Hartford • 23 Sat. Binghamton • 27 Wed. Albany •

MARCH

2 pm 7 pm 7 pm 1 pm 7 pm 1 pm 7 pm

2 Sat. at Maine 12 pm 8-10 Fri-Sun America East tourney ^ 16 Sat. America East Championship + HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS • America East game ∞ at Brown Invitational ^ at SEFCU Arena (Albany, N.Y.) + at highest remaining seed

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