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MEDIA GUIDE WOMEN’S SOCCER


WOMEN’S SOCCER FALL 2013 Table of Contents Quick Facts .................................................................................................. 3 Director of Athletics..................................................................................... 4 Wilmington University at a Glance .............................................................. 5 Head Coach Josh Ruggiero .......................................................................... 6 Assistant Coach Jeff Brown.......................................................................... 7 Assistant Coach Derek Buckley .................................................................... 7 Assistant Coach Tom Cislo ............................................................................ 9 2013 Schedule .......................................................................................... 11 2013 Numerical Roster .............................................................................. 13 2013 Wildcats.......................................................................................14-29 2012 Individual Statistics .......................................................................... 30 2012 Results ............................................................................................. 31 2012 CACC Standings ................................................................................ 32 2012 CACC Tournament ............................................................................. 33 Career Award Winners ............................................................................... 35 Record Book .........................................................................................36-38 All-Time Results ...................................................................................39-41 Location Map ............................................................................................ 42 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference....................................................... 43

Publication Information The 2013 Wilmington University Women’s Soccer Media Guide is published by the Wilmington Athletics Department, Linda Andrzjewski, Director. Writing, layout, and design by the University Relations Department and the Coordinator of Sports Information. Editor: Dan Lauletta Layout & Design: Dan Lauletta Cover Design: University Relations Editorial Assistance: Dan Lauletta Photography: Dan Lauletta, James Jones, Tim Shaffer, Paul Patton, Susan Gregg, Mark Tetreault Sports Information Department WU Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway Newark, DE 19702 Office Phone: FAX: Soccer Office:

(302) 356-2020 (302) 328-7376 (302) 356-6751

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Quick Facts University Location .........................................................................New Castle, Del. Founded ..........................................................................................1968 Enrollment .....................................................................................3,300 Nickname ...................................................................................Wildcats Colors ............................................................................... Green & White Affiliation .......................................................................NCAA Division II Conference ........................Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC)

Coaches Head Coach .......................................................Josh Ruggiero (6th Year) Record at Wilmington........................................ 47-42-6 (37-18-4 CACC) Career Record ................................................................................. Same Office Phone ................................................................... (302) 356-6751 Assistant Coach ...................................................................... Jeff Brown Assistant Coach .................................................................Derek Buckley Assistant Coach ........................................................................ Tom Cislo Trainer ............................................................................Amanda Pupillo

Team Information Home Field ...........................................................Wilmington Athletic Complex 2012 Record ...............................................................13-7-1 (10-1-1 CACC, 1st) 2013 Captains ..................Rachel Burley, Chelsea Grace, Jordanne Hoesli-Atkins ............................................................................ Sarah Lindler, Jenna Quaranta, Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................................................................8/9 Starters Returning (10+)/Lost ......................................................................6/7 Newcomers .................................................................................................... 14

Sports Information Women’s Soccer Contact ......................................................Dan Lauletta Email ..........................................................daniel.j.lauletta@wilmu.edu Phone............................................................................. (302) 356-2020 Cell ................................................................................. (610) 613-8262 Website ......................................................... www.wilmu.edu/athletics

Interview Availability Media interview requests for Wilmington head coach Josh Ruggiero, his coaching staff, and WU men’s soccer players would be directed to Dan Lauletta in the Wilmington University Athletics Complex. Coaches and players are available for interviews during the week around the squad’s practice schedule and after competition.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Linda Van Drie Andrzjewski Director of Athletics | Sixth Year As the Director of Athletics at Wilmington University, I would like to welcome you to the 2013-14 academic year. This is an exciting time for the Wildcats, as it is the second full season after we officially opened our facility on Route 40. The new athletics complex will be home to six of our athletic teams, the administrative offices and another state of the art athletic training facility. The facility features a beautiful turf field and outdoor seating for 300, a spacious gymnasium with seating for 400 and additional locker room space. This new facility will enhance the growth of our program and be a sense of pride for all Wildcats. Our athletic teams continue to grow and do well. For the fourth year in a row, the men’s program has won the coveted Restaino Cup in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. This is no doubt a reflection of our excellent coaching staff. This year we plan to build on this success and continue to compete for conference and post-season titles in all of our sports programs. The success of our program is contingent upon the support of the administration the quality of the student-athletes we have in each sport. At Wilmington University we are proud of our strong staff and wonderful student-athletes. This is an exciting era for Wilmington University and the athletic program as members of NCAA Division II. I am very fortunate to be working with an athletic department that has such a fine history and a real vision of what it takes to compete at the Division II level. I am also honored to be associated with a very caring, dedicated and talented athletics staff and coaches and especially our wonderful and diligent studentathletes who work so hard to carry on the tradition of excellence at Wilmington University. I hope that you will take the time to support all of the Wildcats’ teams. Their hard work and contributions to Wilmington University, on and off the competitive field, are to be recognized and commended. It is a great time to be a Wildcat! Yours in Sport,

Linda M. Van Drie Andrzjewski

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WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY AT A GLANCE Wilmington University is a private, non-profit university that offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a wide range of career areas. The University began with a charter class of 194 students in 1968 and now enrolls a diverse student body numbering more than 15,000 annually. Founded as Wilmington College, on September 10, 2007 the institution officially became Wilmington University after the approval of the Board of Trustees and the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The name was changed to better reflect the emphasis on bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degree programs that distinguish Wilmington University from other colleges as well as to effectively communicate the full commitment and mission of the University. The program of day, evening, and weekend classes serves traditional high school graduates as well as non-traditional adult students in need of flexible scheduling. Classes are primarily offered in 15-week, 7-week, and weekend modular formats. In addition to these face-to-face learning options, Wilmington University offers a wide array of online learning options, including fully-online degree programs and hybrid courses and programs (combining face-to-face and online learning). Wilmington University’s main campus is located near the cities of Wilmington and historic New Castle, Delaware. The campus is easily accessible by air, rail, and bus. Our central location in the northeast/mid-Atlantic corridor of the United States provides students convenient access to the major cities of Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, and Washington D.C. Recreational areas such as beaches and ski resorts are within easy driving distance. Additional University locations in Delaware include the Wilson Graduate Center, Middletown, Dover, Dover Air Force Base, Georgetown, Rehoboth Beach, and North Wilmington. In New Jersey, Wilmington University offers programs on Burlington County College and Cumberland County College campuses and the Joint Base Education Center for McGuire AFB/Fort Dix/Lakehurst Naval Air Station, in addition to a selection of courses offered at Salem Community College. In Maryland, select Wilmington University teacher-education degree programs are available at Cecil College’s Elkton location. Wilmington University generally serves commuter students and does not provide student housing facilities. However, the University welcomes all qualified students and assists those needing living accommodations by providing a listing of nearby rental opportunities.

Brian August Associate Athletics Director

Erin Harvey Compliance Coordinator/SWA

Dan Lauletta Sports Information Director

Christopher Stella Head Athletic Trainer

Lindsey Good Assistant Athletic Trainer

Amanda Pupillo Assistant Athletic Trainer

Dr. Clint Robertson Faculty Athletics Rep.

Rich Groff Grounds & Facilities Manager

Doug Nowell Assistant Grounds & Facilities

Nick Papanicolas Athletics Associate

Patty Greene Assistant to Athletics Director

Colin Smith Assistant to Compliance

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COACHING STAFF

Josh Ruggiero Head Coach | Sixth Season Josh Ruggiero will enter his sixth season as women’s soccer head coach at Wilmington University in the fall of 2013. Prior to being named head coach in 2008, Ruggiero spent two seasons as the top assistant coach of the women’s program. The longest tenured coach of the Wildcats’ program, Ruggiero has compiled a 47-42-6 (.526) overall record. Most recently, he led the team to its first NCAA Tournament appearance in 2012, capturing its second Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Regular Season Championship on its way to its first CACC Tournament Championship with a 1-0 win over Philadelphia. The 2012 squad went 13-7-1 overall and 10-1-1 in the CACC, winning the regular season championship on the final day with a 6-0 win over Georgian Court. Ruggiero coached six women to All-CACC honors, and picked up his second CACC Coach of the Year award in 2012. He also helped orchestrate one of the team’s best overall seasons in 2010 (15-5), going undefeated (12-0) in the CACC, and earning the CACC Coach of the Year award. That 2010 squad reached the semifinals of the CACC Tournament. Under his tutelage, a total of 16 Wildcat student-athletes have been named an All-CACC selection. Prior to starting his coaching career at Wilmington, Ruggiero played for two seasons as a goalkeeper for the men’s team at Wilmington. He was the starting keeper for the Wildcat’s 2003 squad that captured the CACC regular-season championship. Ruggiero is a former All-CACC selection, Year Record having posted an astounding 0.86 goals against average in 2008 5Ͳ11Ͳ2 2009 9Ͳ7Ͳ2 2003, followed by a 1.39 average in 2004. Ruggiero has also have prior coaching experience, working with the Under-11 girls’ team at the Kirkwood Soccer Club and spent the 205 season as an assistant coach at Division III Widener University, where he focused on the goalkeepers and the defense.

2010

15Ͳ5

ConferenceRecord(Finish) 4Ͳ6Ͳ1(9th) 8Ͳ3Ͳ1(5th) 12Ͳ0(1st)

2011 2012

5Ͳ12Ͳ1 13Ͳ7Ͳ1

3Ͳ8Ͳ1(11th) 10Ͳ1Ͳ1(1st)

Totals(5years) 47Ͳ42Ͳ6(.526)

37Ͳ18Ͳ4(.661)

Highlights Ͳ CACCQuarterfinals CACCSemifinalists CACCCoachoftheYear Ͳ CACCRegularSeasonChampions CACCTournamentChampions 1stRoundNCAATournament CACCCoachoftheYear Ͳ

Ruggiero graduated from Wilmington with a bachelor’s degree in Sports Management in 2005, and recently complete his master’s degree in Sports Administration from Delaware State University. He currently works as the Online Coordinator for the College of Social and Behavior Sciences at Wilmington University.

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Jeff Brown Assistant Coach | Second Season Jeff Brown joined the Wilmington University women’s soccer coaching staff in the winter of 2012, bringing valued experience to the staff and team. Brown is a member of three High School Hall of Fames for his decades of work in the sport and growth of youth teams. He was first inducted into the New Jersey Interscholastic Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 1993 before being inducted into the Riverside High School Hall of Fame in 2001. Finally, he was inducted into the South Jersey Coaches Hall of Fame in 2004. Most recently, Brown has been at the helm of the Burlington County College women’s soccer team, turning the program into a powerhouse since taking over the team in 2007. He compiled a 57-10-7 (.851%) record in five seasons. He was the undefeated Garden State Conference Champions in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011 and the undefeated NJCAA Region 19 Champions in 2010 and 2011 and runner-up in Northeast Districts. Over his years at Burlington County College, Brown had many players make All Conference – 33 players and All Region All Star Teams- 18 players, with 7 making the top five players in Region 19. He had two players make All American Honors. Brown was the Garden State Athletic Conference Coach of the Year four times (2007, 2009-2011). He was the NJCAA Region 19 Coach of the Year in both 2010 and 2011. Brown has had two of his Soccer players honored by the New Jersey Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women named Women of the Year for Burlington County College. In 2009 Michelle Battistini and in 2010 Victoria Zipf (who played for Wilmington University in 2011-12). Prior to coaching at the college level, Brown helped mold soccer players at the high school level for 32 years. He has coached varsity high school boys and girls soccer while winning 333 Career high school varsity soccer wins (333-167-31, 66.7%). In boy’s soccer, he won his league four times and coached the Coaches All Star Team games on eight occasions. He coached boy’s varsity soccer at Riverside High School, going 91-17-7. Brown also coached at John F. Kennedy High School, and Willingboro High School. Brown is the only coach in New Jersey to ever win State Soccer Championships in both boys and girls soccer. Two State Soccer Championships with Riverside High School Boys in 1980 and 1982, and one with the Riverside Girls in 2005. He is one of the winningest coaches of any sport at Riverside High School, going a combined 272-80-18. He was also named the Burlington County Times Coach of the Year in 1980 and 2005. Brown coached the girls at Riverside high school from 1994-2006 with a record of 181-63-11. He had only one season in 13 years with the girls program that was below a .500 winning percentage. Twelve out of his 13 girl’s teams qualified for the New Jersey State Tournament. He had seven League Championships, winning six in a row, while placing second in the league on five occasions. Brown also led his squads to three South Jersey Group 1 RunnerUp finishes, a South Jersey Group 1 Championship and a New Jersey Group 1 State Championship in 2005. His team was undefeated in 54 league games from 1999 until 2005. He had two players score more than 100 goals in their high school careers (boys – Bobby Joe Esposito, 150; girls – Marie Cislo, 106). Brown has been a member of the NSCAA for 33 years and holds a New Jersey Soccer Association License.

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Derek Buckley Assistant Coach | Second Season Derek Buckley joined the Wilmington University women’s soccer staff for his first season in 2012, and returns for his second season in 2013, after completing a very successful soccer career at the College of William and Mary. A local product from Wilmington where he graduated from The Tatnall School in 2007, Buckley played four years as a defender for the Tribe. He earned All-Colonial Athletic Association honors, First Team All-CAA, and was named the 2010 Most Valuable Player as well as a Top Drawer Soccer Player of the Week. Buckley started his coaching career with the Hockessin Soccer Club as a volunteer assistant coach during the summer of 2009. He has spent three summers with Hockessin, assisting in organizing, training and game preparation with the travel soccer team competing in league, tournament and regional play. While at The Tatnall School, Buckley was a five year letterwinner, a four time First Team All-Conference player, a three time First Team All-State performer, a two-time team MVP and two-time captain, graduating in 2007.

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Tom Cislo Assistant Coach | Second Season Tom Cislo joined the Wilmington University women’s soccer coaching staff in the winter of 2012, adding valued experience to the already tenured staff. Cislo has been in the coaching circle since 1998. Most recently, Cislo was the assistant coach for the women’s teams at Burlington County College from 2008-11, helping lead the team to the NJCAA Division 1 Region 19 Championship in 2010 and 2011. He also helped lead the team to three Garden State Athletic Conference Championships in his four years. He moved on to Burlington County College after four successful seasons as the assistant coach at Riverside High School in Riverside, N.J., from 2003 to 2006. He helped lead the team to three Freedom Conference Championships, including the South Jersey Group 1 and the New Jersey State Group 1 Championships in 2005. Cislo also spent one season at the JV Coach at Riverside High School in 2002, leading the team to a 9-1-2 overall record. Cislo started his coaching tenure with the Pittsgrove Soccer Club in Pittsgrove, N.J. in 1998, coaching for two years. During his time with Pittsgrove Soccer Club, he led the team to a New Jersey State Cup Finalist honor. Cislo graduated from LaSalle University in Philadelphia with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology in 1971. He currently lives with his wife, Bernadette, and has four children, and 11 grandchildren.

Starting Lineup vs. Philadelphia in 2012 CACC Championship

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SCHEDULE 10

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2013 SCHEDULE

Southern New Hampshire Friday, September 6 | Rindge, N.H. Head Coach: Terry Prouty WU vs. SNHU: 0-0 2012 Record: 13-5-4 Last Meeting: First Franklin Pierce Sunday, September 8 | Rindge, N.H. Head Coach: Jeff Bailey WU vs. FPU: 0-0 2012 Record: 9-7-2 Last Meeting: First Georgian Court Thursday, September 12 | Lakewood, N.J. Head Coach: James Moore WU vs. GCU: 6-4 2012 Record: 10-8 Last Meeting: W 6-0(2012) Felician Saturday, September 14 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Thomas Notte WU vs. FC: 8-3 2012 Record: 7-9-1 Last Meeting: W 2-0(2012) Bridgeport Wednesday, September 18 | Bridgeport, CT Head Coach: Magnus Nilerud WU vs. UB: 0-3 2012 Record: 11-6-2 Last Meeting: L 2-3 (2012) Concordia Saturday, September 21 | Bronxville, N.Y. Head Coach: Kelci Hegg WU vs.. CC: 6-0 2012 Record: 0-15 Last Meeting: W 6-0 (2012) Goldey-Beacom Tuesday, September 25 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: John Cappiello WU vs. GBC: 7-2 2012 Record: 3-13 Last Meeting: W 4-0(2012 ) Caldwell Saturday, September 28 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Nate Guagliardi WU vs. CC: 5-3-2 2012 Record: 14 - 5 Last Meeting: W 2-1(2012)

Post Saturday, October 5 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Matt Micros WU vs. PU: 7-2 2012 Record: 4-12 Last Meeting: W 2-1 (2012) Bloomfield Saturday, October 12 | Bloomfield, N.J. Head Coach: Amanda Scully WU vs. BC: 9-0 2012 Record: 4-11 Last Meeting: W 6-0 (2012) Chestnut Hill Tuesday, October 15 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Sandy Dickson WU vs. CHC: 4-2 2012 Record: 8 - 11 Last Meeting: W 6-2(2012) Dominican Saturday, October 19 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Lona Ozrek WU vs. DC: 5-3-4 2012 Record: 6-8-1 Last Meeting: W 2-1 (2012) LIU Post Tuesday, October 22 | Newark, Del. Head Coach: Mark Dawson WU vs. LIUP: 0-3 2012 Record: 15-3-2 Last Meeting: L 1-2 (2012) Dowling Thursday, October 24 | Shirley, N.Y. Head Coach: Kerri McCabe WU vs. DC: 1-4 2012 Record: 14-4-3 Last Meeting: L 0-2(2012) Nyack Saturday, October 26 | Nyack, N.Y. Head Coach: Samuel Oduro WU vs. NC: 7-1-1 2012 Record: 8-9-3 Last Meeting: T 2-2 (2012) Philadelphia Tuesday, October 29 | Philadelphia, Pa. Head Coach: George Dunbar WU vs. PU: 2-7-1 2012 Record: 13-8 Last Meeting: W 1-0 (2012)

Holy Family Tuesday, October 1 | Philadelphia, Pa. Head Coach: Jill Kehan 2012 Record: 8-11

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WU vs. HFU: 2-11 Last Meeting: W 4-1 (2012)

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2013 NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name

Yr. Pos.

Ht.

Hometown/High School (Previous)

Major

1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 11 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27

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

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

Baltimore, Md./Eastern Tech Marlton, N.J./Cherokee (BCC) Baltimore, Md./John Carroll (Harford CC) Southampton, N.J./Seneca (BCC) Hamilton, N.J./Nottingham HS North Warwick, Md./Bohemia Manor Palmyra, N.J./Palmyra (BCC) Shamong, N.J./Seneca Whiting, N.J./Manchester Twp. (BCC) Riverside, N.J./Riverside (BCC) Newark, Del./Newark Newark, Del./Hodgson Vo-Tech Middlesex, England/Bishop Wand Burlington, N.J./Burlington City Baltimore, Md./Perry Hall (Harford CC) Kingsville, Md./Perry Hall Medford, N.J./Shawnee (BCC) Newark, Del./Newark Newark, Del./Del. Military Academy Bangor, Pa./Bangor Towson, Md./Mercy Beltsville, Md./Eleanor Roosevelt (Howard CC)

Elementary Education: K-6 Elementary Education: K-6 Sports Management Business Management Business Management Psychology Behavioral Science Elementary Education: K-6 Media Communications Psychology Criminal Justice Elementary Education: K-6 Sports Management Elementary Education: K-6 Sports Management M.S. Homeland Security Behavioral Science General Studies Psychology Psychology Psychology Behavioral Science

Ashley Kroll Shelby Schneeweis Jenna Quaranta (C) Kaitlyn Atmore Sara Eggert Alexa Cover Chelsea Grace (C) Kim Richer Kendal Parliament Rebecca Prentice Blair LaJudice Krista Varnes Jordanne Hoesli-Atkins (C) Victoria Vasapolli Cella Cerrato Rachel Burley (C) Julia Brown Lauren Hunter Madison Davolos Monica Weil Sarah Lindler (C) Rebecca Sowers

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

Head Coach: Josh Ruggiero, sixth season (Wilmington University ’05) Assistant Coach: Jeff Brown Assistant Coach: Derek Buckley Assistant Coach: Tom Cislo Goalkeeper Coach: Greg Cope Athletic Trainer: Amanda Pupillo

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20 | Rachel Burley Senior | Defender | 5-5 Kingsville, Md. / Perry Hall 2012 Season (Junior): Appeared in 21 games as a defender, making 10 starts – recorded three shots from the back line, including one in the CACC Tournament Semifinals against Georgian Court on November 2 – helped lead a defense that produced a 1.35 goals against average on the season, second in the CACC – was a Wilmington Academic All-Star 2011 Season (Sophomore): Appeared in 16 matches as a sophomore, making 10 starts – recorded four shots as a defender on the year – four shots came one shot a match for four matches in a row. 2010 Season (Freshman): Played in 14 matches on defense as a true freshman – recorded first career assist in a 5-0 victory over Post on September 18, a 5-0 victory for the Wildcats – also recorded a shot at Concordia on October 30. High School: Earned eight varsity letters while at Perry Hall High School in both soccer and softball – named All-County third basemen in 2008 and 2009 under head coach Brian Radcliffe – earned All-Academic status all four years in high school – was a member of the National Honor Society from 2008-10 and the Spanish Honor Society from 2007-10 – earned Honor Roll all four years Personal: Rachel E. Burley – daughter of William and Valerie Burley – has an older sister, Jenna – Gary Dudek (uncle) was a goalie on the men’s lacrosse team at Philadelphia University – majoring in computer and network security at Wilmington University with aspirations of working in computer forensics-her favorite athletes are Ray Lewis and Ray Rice-her favorite cartoon character is SpongeBob- her favorite pro sports teams are the Philadelphia Flyers and the Baltimore Ravens- if she could be the head coach of one team for a year it would be the Philadelphia Flyers

Season 2010 2011 2012 Total

14

GP-GS 14-0 16-10 21-10 51-20

G 0 0 0 0

A 1 0 0 1

Pts 1 0 0 1

SH 1 4 3 8

Shot% SOG SOG% .000 0 .000 .000 0 .000 .000 0 .000 .000 0 .000

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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8 | Chelsea Grace Senior | Forward | 5-4 Palmyra, N.J. / Palmyra (BCC) 2012 Season (Junior): Third Team NSCAA All-East Region – Second Team Daktronics All-East Region – Second Team All-CACC – CACC All-Tournament Team – CACC Player of the Week on October 23 - Paced the offense with 12 goals and seven assists in her first year as a Wildcat – second in the CACC with 31 points – third in the CACC in both goals scored and assists – led the CACC with five game-winning goals, none bigger than the lone goal of the 1-0 victory over Philadelphia in the CACC Championship on November 4 – recorded a hat-trick in the 6-2 victory over Chestnut Hill on October 17 – had a stretch of seven goals in four games late in the season – tallied three assists in a 6-0 victory over Concordia on October 6 – scored two goals and added two assists in the CACC Regular Season Championship clinching game against Georgian Court on October 23. At Burlington CC: Helped lead Burlington CC to a 26-2-2 record in two years – scored 20 goals and added four assists as a freshman in 2009 – scored 16 goals and added four assists for 36 points as a sophomore High School: Four year letter-winner at Palmyra High School in Palmyra, N.J. – named First Team All-Conference and First Team All-South Jersey while at Palmyra – helped lead the team to four straight Freedom Division championships, including a South Jersey Championship in 2007 Personal: Chelsea Leigh Grace – daughter of James and Denise Grace – has an older sister, Danielle – majoring in behavioral science at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a nurse-the most played song on her iPod is Holy Grail by Jay-Z- her biggest pet peeve is when people chew with their mouth open- her favorite movie is Sixteen candles- her favorite pro sports team is the Philadelphia Flyers

Season

GP-GS

G

A

2012 Total

22-18 22-18

12 12

7 7

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Pts

SH Shot% SOG SOG% Redshirt 31 45 .267 29 .644 31 45 .267 29 .644

GW

PK-Att

5 5

0-0 0-0

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16 | Jordanne Hoesli-Atkins Senior | Midfielder | 5-2 Middlesex, England / Bishop Wand Junior Season (2012): Played in all 22 games in the midfield as a junior, making 15 starts – finished second on the team with five assists on the year, 12th in the CACC – recorded two goals on the year – tied the game at LIU Post on October 11 with a goal in the 65th minute – added the fifth goal in a 6-2 victory over Chestnut Hill on October 17 on a penalty kick – recorded a pair of assists on September 15 against Bloomfield – named a Wilmington Academic All-Star. Sophomore Season (2011): Appeared in 18 games as a sophomore, making 14 starts – recorded a goal and two assists on the season for four points – scored the lone goal against Felician on September 24 – assisted in back-to-back games, first at Bloomfield and again versus Millersville; both victories. Freshman Season (2010): Appeared in all 20 matches as a true freshman, making 11 starts, including the first seven of the season – scored the lone goal of the season in her first collegiate game, tying the game against Millersville on September 2 in the 76th minute (Wilmington won 3-2) – recorded her lone assist of the season in her second career match, a 2-1 victory over Bloomfield on September 11. High School: A midfielder for the Bishop Wand Church of England School from 2003-2008 under head coach Claire Dudman – helped the team to the Surrey Youth Games Championship in 2004 and 2005, scoring the game winning goal in 2005 – awarded the Manager’s Player and the Players’ Player of the Year twice –earned the bronze for the Duke of Edinburgh Award – played for the Chelsea Academy U14, Watford U16 and Fulham U16 teams – played for the Fulham Ladies in the league’s top tier Personal: Jordanne Emma Hoesli-Atkins – daughter of Steven Atkins and Sarah Hoesli – has a halfbrother, Sebastian Atkins – father, Steven Atkins, played semi-pro in Denmark from 1982-84 – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University with aspirations of working in sports marketing- if she could be someone else for a day she would be the Queen- her favorite cartoon character is Shrek- if she could change one rule in soccer she would change the play advantage rule- her favorite pro team is Arsenal FC

Season 2010 2011 2012 Total

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GP-GS 20-11 18-14 22-15 60-40

G 1 1 2 4

A 1 2 5 8

Pts 3 4 9 16

SH 17 21 17 55

Shot% SOG SOG% .059 5 .294 .048 2 .095 .118 10 .588 .073 17 .309

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1

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26 | Sarah Lindler Senior | Defender | 5-4 Towson, Md. / Mercy 2012 Season (Junior): Played in the final 14 games of the 2012 season, starting the final 13 on the back line – only registered one shot on the year, coming against Concordia on October 6 – team went 10-3-1 with her in the lineup – team outscored opponents 38-15 in her games played – helped lead a defense that produced a 1.35 goals against average on the season, second in the CACC – named Team MVP. 2011 Season (Sophomore): Appeared in and started 18 matches on the back line as a sophomore – recorded one shot on the season, against C.W. Post on September 29. 2010 Season (Freshman): Played in all 20 matches as a true freshman, making 16 starts, including the final 11 matches of the year – recorded two shots from the back line of defense – tallied a shot against Bloomfield and again against Goldey-Beacom in back-to-back games – earned the team’s Wildcat Award. High School: Four year letterwinner at Mercy High School under head coach Albert Oni – named the Baltimore City Player of the Year in 2008 – named to all-conference honors in three different seasons – earned the team MVP award – earned academic Honor Roll. Personal: Sarah Nerissa Lindler – daughter of Bob and Maureen Lindler – has an older brother, Jay – majoring in psychology at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a therapist for veterans-the most played song one her iPod is Dreams and Nightmares by Meek Mills- if she could date one celebrity it would be Ryan Goslingher favorite movie is The Town- if she could change one rule in soccer it would be less fouls because she wants to slide tackle more

Season 2010 2011 2012 Total

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GP-GS 20-16 18-18 14-13 52-47

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

SH 2 1 1 4

Shot% SOG SOG% .000 0 .000 .000 0 .000 .000 0 .000 .000 0 .000

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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3 | Jenna Quaranta Senior | Midfielder | 5-1 Baltimore, Md. / John Carroll (Harford CC) Junior Season (2012): Named to the CACC All-Tournament Team - Appeared in all 22 games as a junior, making 17 starts in her first action as a Wildcat – third on the team with seven goals – second on the team with 19 points - second on the team with five assists – recorded two gamewinning goals – recorded a season high three points with a goal and an assist against Bloomfield on September 15 – scored the second goal, which proved to be the game-winner, on a penalty kick in the 63rd minute against Holy Family on September 25 – scored the game-winner in the 85th minute against Felician in the CACC Quarterfinals on October 28 to win 2-1 – recorded two assists each in back-to-back games at Chestnut Hill and at Caldwell, both victories. At Harford C.C.: Played in 14 games for the Fighting Owls – scored nine goals and added 11 assists for 29 points – recorded a hat-trick and added three assists against Prince George’s on September 21, 2010 – scored two goals in three other games in 2010 – helped team to 15-2 record At UMBC: Played in 17 games, making one start for the Retrievers in 2008 – took eight shots, two shots on goal – transferred to Harford C.C. and played in 2010 High School: A four year letterwinner at The John Carroll High School – helped lead John Carroll to back-to-back IAAM Conference championships in 2004 and 2005 – earned The Aegis All-Metro, Baltimore Sun All-State, and The Examiner All-State honors – a three-time All-County selection led the 2007 team in scoring – held the Class Officer and Traffic Officer position all four years Personal: Jenna Nicole Quaranta – daughter of Steve and Lori Quaranta – has younger twin sisters, Preslie and Alexa – cousin, Tommy Quaranta, currently plays on the Wilmington University men’s soccer team – father, Steve, played professional soccer for the Kansas City Comets and the Baltimore Bays – cousin, Santino Quaranta, was drafted eighth overall in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft by the D.C. United and currently plays for the Bengal Tuskers of the Premier Soccer League in India – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University- her biggest pet peeve is when people don’t say god bless you when you sneeze- her favorite cartoon character is Stewie form family guy- she gets her inspiration from her family and sisters- if she could date a celebrity it would be James Franco

Season

GP-GS

G

A

2012 Total

22-17 22-17

7 7

5 5

18

Pts

SH Shot% SOG SOG% Redshirt 19 34 .206 21 .618 19 34 .206 21 .618

GW

PK-Att

2 2

1-1 1-1

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25 | Monica Weil Senior | Defender | 5-4 Bangor, Pa. / Bangor 2012 Season (Junior): Appeared in 19 games as a junior, making six starts – recorded one assist from the back line – assisted on the final goal against Concordia on October 6, a cross to Jenna Quaranta in the 61st minute - helped lead a defense that produced a 1.35 goals against average on the season, second in the CACC. 2011 Season (Sophomore): Appeared in 18 matches as a sophomore, starting the last 16 of the year – recorded an assist and took 15 shots as a defender – assisted on the game-winning goal in the 31st minute against Concordia on October 8, a 2-0 victory. 2010 Season (Freshman): Played in 19 matches as a true freshman, making 13 starts, including the first 10 of her career – recorded four goals and added two assists to finish fifth on the team with 10 points – scored first collegiate goal on September 18 at Post in the ninth minute – scored in back-to-back games late in the season, first the lone goal against Bridgeport on October 28 and again versus Felician on November 1 in the CACC Tournament Quarterfinals – also added a pair of assists in the 6-3 victory over Felician in the CACC Tournament Quarterfinals. High School: Four year letter-winner in soccer at Bangor High School under head coach Ken Wilson – named First Team All-Conference and All-Area as a senior – named Second Team All-Conference as a junior – earned All-Conference Honorable Mention as a freshman and sophomore – also earned three letters in football as a kicker – named Second Team AllConference as a sophomore, junior and senior – holds the record for most PAT’s in a season Personal: Monica M. Weil – daughter of Michael Weil – has a younger brother, Michael – majoring in psychology at Wilmington University-the most played song on her iPod is “Here’s To Never Growing Up” by Avril Lavigne- if she could be someone else for a day it would be Jennifer Aniston- the biggest role model in her life is Hope Solo- and if she could be a head coach of a team for a year it would be a little girls football team

Season 2010 2011 2012 Total

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GP-GS 19-13 18-16 19-6 56-35

G 4 0 0 4

A 2 1 1 4

Pts 10 1 1 12

SH 22 15 10 47

Shot% SOG SOG% .182 4 .182 .000 1 .067 .000 6 .600 .085 11 .234

GW 0 0 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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1 | Ashley Kroll Junior | Midfielder | 5-4 Baltimore, Md. / Eastern Tech 2012 Season (Sophomore): Appeared in all 22 matches as a sophomore, making three starts, including a start in goal – recorded six goals and two assists on the season, equaling 14 points, for sixth best on the team – tallied the game-winning goal in a 2-1 comefrom-behind victory over Caldwell on October 21 – scored two goals and added an assist in the CACC Regular Season Championship clinching game against Georgian Court on October 23 – started in goal and made 12 saves at LIU Post on October 11 – scored twice in a 6-0 victory over Concordia on October 6 – named a Wilmington Academic All-Star. 2011 Season (Freshman): Started 16 matches as a true freshman, including 15 straight from September 10 to October 22 – scored a goal and added an assist in her first season as a Wildcat – scored first career goal on October 8 against Concordia, a 2-0 Wildcats victory – tallied first career assist on October 1 against Post. High School: Lettered in both soccer and lacrosse at Eastern Tech High School under Kim Williams and Joe Bangart Personal: Ashley Lynn Kroll – daughter of Jeff and Janet Kroll – has a younger brother, Austin – majoring in elementary education at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a teacher- if she could date a celebrity it would be Channing Tatum- if she could be someone else for a day it would be Kendall Jennek- she favorite movie of all times is the Titanic- her favorite cartoon character is Tommy Pickles form Rugrats

Season 2011 2012 Total

GP-GS 18-16 22-15 40-31

G 1 6 7

Season 2012 Total

GP-GS 1-1 1-1

GA 2 2

20

A 1 2 3

Pts 3 14 17

SH 19 24 43

GAA Avg. Saves 2.00 12 2.00 12

Shot% SOG SOG% .053 2 .105 .250 15 .625 .163 17 .395 Sv. % .857 .857

W 0 0

L 1 1

GW 0 1 1 T 0 0

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0 Sho 0 0

Minutes 90:00 90:00

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18 | Victoria Vasapolli Junior | Forward | 5-7 Burlington, N.J. / Burlington City 2012 Season (Sophomore): Named CACC Tournament Most Valuable Player – named to CACC All-Tournament Team – appeared in all 22 games as a sophomore, making 18 starts on the front line – second on the team with eight goals – second on the team with 19 points – added three assists – scored a pair of goals in the CACC Tournament Semifinals against Georgian Court – added an assist on the lone goal against Philadelphia in the CACC Tournament Championship to claim the MVP – also scored a pair of goals against Bloomfield on September 15 – scored one goal in three straight contests early in the season – scored the first goal in the 4-0 victory over Goldey-Beacom on September 11, her lone game-winner of the year. 2011 Season (Freshman): Appeared in 15 matches as a true freshman, making 14 starts – tallied an assist in four separate games for four points on the year – took 27 shots, six of which were on goal – assisted on goals in back-to-back games, first at NYIT on September 20 and again at Dowling in on September 22. High School: Four-year letter-winner at Burlington City High School under coaches Sue Andris and Janet Brown – named First Team All-Conference all four years – named Third Team All-State as a junior and a senior – scored 101 goals throughout high school career – also earned four letters in softball – named First Team All-Conference in 2009-11 Personal: Victoria Vasapolli – daughter of Vince and Mary Vasapolli – has an older sister, Rosemarie, and a younger brother, Vinnie – majoring in elementary education at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a teacher-the most played song on her iPod is Baby by Justin Bieber- her favorite movie of all time is Rocky IV- her favorite pro sports team is the Philadelphia Phillies- and her favorite athlete is Chase Utley

Season 2011 2012 Total

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GP-GS 15-14 22-18 37-31

G 0 8 8

A 4 3 7

Pts 4 19 23

SH 27 38 65

Shot% SOG SOG% .000 6 .222 .211 18 .474 .123 24 .369

GW 0 1 1

PK-Att 0-0 0-0 0-0

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4 | Kaitlyn Atmore Junior | Defender | 5-6 Southampton, N.J. / Seneca (BCC) At Burlington CC: Appeared and started in 15 games as a sophomore – scored three goals and added four assists on the year – named team MVP as a sophomore – earned First Team All-Conference in 2012 – named All-Region 19 as a sophomore – helped lead the team to a Region 19 Championship and a 13-3 overall record in 2012 – tallied two assists in 16 matches as a freshman in 2011 – helped lead team to a Region 19 Championship and a 12-2-2 overall record in 2011. High School: Four year letter-winner in soccer at Seneca High School – named All-Conference and earned All-Stars Honors while at Seneca – earned team’s Coaches Award – named varsity captain as a senior in 2011 Personal: Kaitlyn (Kat) Elaine Atmore- daughter of Albert and Debra Atmore-has two younger siblings, Brenna and Taryn – majoring in business management at Wilmington University-from Southampton, N.J. - if she could date one celebrity she would pick Ryan Reynolds- the biggest role models in her life are her parents- her favorite movie of all times in Just Friends- her favorite cartoon character is Buzz Lightyear.

22 | Julia Brown Junior | Goalkeeper | 5-7 Medford, N.J. / Shawnee (BCC) At Burlington CC: Appeared and started in 15 games in goal as a sophomore – helped lead team to a Region 10 Championship and a 13-3 overall record in 2012 – allowed six goals against on the year, recording a 0.48 goals against average on the year – made 47 saves, including a season high 11 at CCBC Essex in a 1-0 victory – appeared in 15 matches as a freshman in 2011 – recorded 50 saves while only allowing five goals – finished with a 0.63 goals against average – helped lead team to a Region 19 Championship and a 12-2-2 overall record as a freshman. High School: four year letter-winner in soccer at Shawnee High School-was named all-conference and all- south jersey under the head coach Drew Wagner Personal: Julia Melissa Brown- had three older brothers Joe, Jon and Jeff- majoring in behavior science here at Wilmington University with aspirations on becoming a special education therapist-from Medford, N.J. -the most played song one her iPod is “And We Danced” by Macklemore- one of her biggest pet peeves is dirty bathrooms – her favorite movie of all times in Pitch Perfect- the best piece of advice she has ever received in sports it “do it with passion”

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19 | Cella Cerrato Junior | Defender | 5-0 Baltimore, Md. / Perry Hall (Harford CC) At Harford CC: Appeared in 16 matches while making 14 starts as a sophomore in 2012 – scored lone goal of the season in a 2-1 victory over Cecil College on October 13 – named to the All-Region XX Second Team as a defender – helped lead the team to a 7-5-4 overall record and advanced to the Region XX Semifinals – tallied four goals and three assists for 11 points as a freshman in 2011 – started in 17 games as a defender and a midfielder – all four goals were game-winners – helped lead team to a 16-3 overall record and a fourth place finish in the 2011 NJCAA National Tournament – won the NJCAA Region XX Championship and a District Championship. High School: four year Letter-winner in soccer at Perry Hall High School in Perry Hall, Md. - was named MVP of her team along with being a part of the all-academic team and first team All-Baltimore County- she helped her team to become five-time Maryland state champions Personal: Cella Olivia Cerrato- Daughter of Lou and Kim Cerrato- has one older sister Brenna- majoring in sports management here at Wilmington University – from Baltimore, Md. - if she could pick one celebrity to date it would be Channing Tatum- one of her biggest pet peeves is lying-her favorite movie of all times is the movie 42- the biggest role model in her life is her sister

11 | Kendal Parliament Junior | Defender | 6-0 Whiting, N.J. / Manchester Twp. (BCC) At Burlington CC: Started 13 of 15 games as a sophomore in 2012 – helped lead the team to a Region 19 Championship and a 13-3 overall record in 2012 – recorded a pair of assists as a defender, coming in back-to-back games in the beginning of the season – appeared in 16 games as a freshman in 2011 – recorded an assist in her first season – helped lead team to a Region 19 Championship and a 12-2-2 overall record in 2011. High School: four year letter-winner in track and basketball and three year letter-winner in soccer- was named the MVP of her team senior year at Manchester Township High School - she was also on the Honor roll Personal: Kendal B. Parliament- daughter of Ken and Michele Parliament-with two other siblings, Cara and Jenna- Majoring in Media communications with aspirations to become a broadcaster- from Whiting, N.J.-when she is not playing soccer she enjoys shopping and going to the beach- if she could date one celebrity it would be Brad Pitt- her favorite movie is The Notebook- if she could change one rule about soccer it would be fouls

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13 | Rebecca Prentice Junior | Defender | 5-5 Riverside, N.J. / Riverside (BCC) At Burlington CC: Appeared and started in 15 games as a defender and a sophomore in 2012 – lone assist came in an 8-0 victory over Salem CC to start the season – helped lead the team to a Region 19 Championship and a 13-3 overall record in 2012. High School: three year letter-winner in soccer at Riverside High School in Riverside, N.J. - was named second team freedom in 2007 and in 2008 and first team freedom and second team all-county in 2010 under the head coach Gregory Ogden Personal: Rebecca Lynn Prentice- daughter of David and Linda Prentice- with five other siblings, Ashley, Andrew, Hope, Noah, and Kali- majoring in psychology at Wilmington University with aspirations on becoming a sports psychologist- if she could be someone else for a day it would be Miley Cyrus- her favorite movie of all times is Finding Nemo- if she could have a perfect meal prepared for her she would have to have chicken with spinach alfredo

2 | Shelby Schneeweis Junior | Midfielder/Forward | 5-3 Marlton, N.J. / Cherokee (BCC) At Burlington CC: Led the team with seven assists and was second on the team with eight goals for 23 points as a sophomore in 2012 – appeared in 15 games, making 14 starts – scored two goals in three separate games, including in back-to-back games – recorded six points in a 7-0 win over County College of Morris with two goals and two assists – second on the team with 10 goals and six assists for 26 points as a freshman - helped lead team to a Region 19 Championship and a 12-2-2 overall record in 2011. High School: four year letter-winner in soccer, three year letter winner in track, and three-year letterwinner in basketball at Cherokee High School in Marlton, N.J. under the head coaches Andrew Clapperton (soccer) coach Jarvie (track) and Shannon Bretz (basketball) - named the soccer team’s offensive MVP three years in a row along with top scorer- she was also a part of the Academic Honor Society, the Spanish honor society, Tech Honor Society and a big part of student council Personal: Shelby Marie Schneeweis- daughter to Joe and Sharon Schneeweis- along with three other siblings Austin, Colton and Savanna- majoring in elementary education at Wilmington University with aspirations to be a special education teacher- the most played song on her iPod is “Redneck Crazy” by Tyler Farr- on of her biggest pet peeves is when people are unorganized- her favorite movie is remember the titans- if she could have a perfect meal prepared for her it would be chicken Parmesan

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24 | Madison Davolos Sophomore | Forward | 5-1 Newark, Del. / Delaware Military Academy High School: four year letter-winner in soccer at Delaware Military Academy in Wilmington, Del.- she was named MVP of her team in 2009 and again in 2011 under the coaches Wayne Cox, Dane Holland and Ian Nuno- she graduated as a master chief from DMA Personal: Madison Danielle Davolos- Daughter to Richard and Kimberly Davolos- with three other siblings Brandon, Alex and Kyrstin- majoring in Psychology here at Wilmington University with aspirations on becoming a Clinical child psychologist- from Newark, Del. - when she is not playing soccer she enjoys fishing and hunting- the most played song on her iPod is Livin Our Love Song by Jason Michael Carroll- if she could be someone else for a day she would be Luke Bryans wife- her favorite movie of all times is Despicable Me

7 | Alexa Cover Freshman | Defender | 5-5 Warwick, Md. / Bohemia Manor High School: Earned eight varsity letters in soccer and lacrosse at Bohemia Manor High School in Chesapeake City, Md.- was named the second district team in soccer and all-county in lacrosse - was a part of the national honor society Personal: Alexa Kay Cover- daughter of Cary and Kelly Cover- with an older brother Jordan and a younger sister Manna- majoring in Psychology here at Wilmington University- from Warwick, Md. - one of her biggest pet peeves is when people chew and eat loudly- one of her favorite movies of all times is Shrek- if she could change one rule about soccer it would be to have no throw-ins

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6 | Sara Eggert Freshman | Midfielder/Defender | 5-4 Hamilton, N.J. / Nottingham HS North High School: Earned ten varsity letters in high school; four in soccer, four in track, and two in basketball at Nottinham High School in Hamilton, N.J.- earned the title of honorable mention mid-fielder three years in a row - named track all-county in 2011 and in 2012- under the head coaches Elyse Diamons (soccer) and Melissa Foley (Track) Personal: Sara Ann Eggert- daughter to Walter and Peggy Eggert- with two older siblings, Caitlyn and Ryan- majoring in business management here at Wilmington University- from Hamilton, N.J. - when she is not playing soccer she enjoys golfing- the most played song on her iPod is “Original Don” by Major Lazor- if she could be someone else for a day she would be Miley Cyrus- if she could change one rule in soccer she would change penalty kicks.

23 | Lauren Hunter Freshman | Midfielder | 5-5 Newark, Del. / Newark High School: Four year letter-winner in soccer at Newark High School in Newark, Del.- earned honorable mention all-conference her senior year and picked to be part of the Delaware Blue Gold All-Star game- coached by Matt Hammond, Brittany Niggebrugge and Melissa Rubick- she was also an honor student at Newark Personal: Lauren E. Hunter- daughter of Paul and Amy Hunter- with three younger siblings Kristin, Megan and Zachary- from Newark, Del. - her biggest pet peeve is when people don’t clean up after themselves- her favorite movie of all times is the notebook- if she could date a celebrity it would be Channing Tatum – her two role models are Mia Hamm and her father- if she could change one rule in soccer it would be the offsides rule

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14 | Blair LaJudice Freshman | Forward | 5-3 Newark, Del. / Newark High School: Four year letter-winner in soccer from Newark High School under head coach Matt Hammond- earned distinguished honors while at Newark High School Personal: Blair Nicole LaJudice- daughter of Thomas and Mary LaJudice- majoring in criminal justice here at Wilmington University with aspirations to be a law enforcement officer- from Newark, Del. - the most played song on her iPod is “It Goes Like This” by Tomas Rhett- if she could be someone else for a day it would be Carrie Underwood- if someone were to prepare the perfect meal for her it would be crabs with a lot of old bay one them- her favorite movies of all time are Million Dollar Baby and Forest Gump

9 | Kim Richer Freshman | Midfielder/Defender | 5-6 Shamong, N.J. / Seneca High School: Six year letter-winner in soccer, basketball, and lacrosse at Seneca High School in Tabernacle, N.J. under head coaches Ron Jensen (soccer) Sean Kennevan(basketball) and Morgan Crothers (Lacrosse)- second team all-conference in soccer and first team all-conference and academic all-American in lacrosse – was part of the National Honor Society was on the honor roll and the principal’s list Personal: Kimberly Ann Jeannette Richer- daughter to George and Bonnie Richer- with three older siblings Katie, Dan and Gregmajoring in special education and elementary education at Wilmington University with aspirations to help children achieve their goals-the most played song on her iPod is “Countdown” by Beyonce- if she could date a celebrity it would be Ryan Reynolds- her favorite movie is 500 Days of Summer- her favorite pro team is the Philadelphia Phillies

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27 | Rebecca Sowers Freshman | Midfielder | 5-6 Beltsville, Md. / Eleanor Roosevelt (Howard CC) High School: Four time letter-winner from Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Md. under the head coach Martin Pfister- earning the title of team MVP and voted two time first team All-County player of the year and All-Metro honorable mention –she was also a member of the schools honor roll Personal: Rebecca Shannon Sowers- daughter to Robert and Alison Sowers- with two older sisters Jennifer and Stephanie and a younger sister Emily- majoring in behavioral science at Wilmington University with aspirations on becoming a physical therapistfrom Beltsville, Md. - her favorite sports team is the Washington Capitals- her favorite movie is The Wizard of Oz- and her favorite cartoon character is Daffy Duck

15 | Krista Varnes Freshman | Midfielder | 5-6 Newark, Del. / Hodgson Vo-Tech High School: Four year letter-winner in both soccer and field hockey from Hodgson Vo-Technical High School in Newark, Del. under the head coach Nick Lyons- in her senior year of soccer she earned the titles of First Team All-State and First Team AllConference Personal: Krista Ann Varnes- daughter of Garry and Joanne Varnes- with two older brothers Nathan and Tyler- majoring in elementary education at Wilmington University with aspirations on becoming a teacher- from Newark, Del. - the two biggest role models in her life are her high school soccer coach and her bothers- her biggest hero in her life is her mother- if she were to have a perfect meal prepared for her it would be steak and mashed potatoes

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2013 WOMEN’S SOCCER TEAM

Front Row (L to R): Jordanne Hoesli-Atkins, Lauren Hunter, Jenna Quaranta, Madison Davolos, Julia Brown, Sarah Lindler, Shelby Schneeweis, Krista Varnes, Sara Eggert Back Row (L to R): Assistant Coach Jeff Brown, Assistant Coach Tom Cislo, Kim Richer, Kaitlyn Atmore, Chelsea Grace, Ashley Kroll, Blair LaJudice, Monica Weil, Kendal Parliament, Victoria Vasapolli, Rachel Burley, Cella Cerrato, Rebecca Prentice, Alexa Cover, Rebecca Sowers, Head Coach Josh Ruggiero, Assistant Coach Derek Buckley

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2012 INDIVIDUAL STATS 2012 Wilmington Univ. Women's Soccer Wilmington Univ. Overall Individual Statistics (FINAL) All games

Overall: 13-7-2 Conf: 10-1-1 Home: 5-4-1 Away: 6-2-1 Neut: 2-1-0 ## 8 18 3 15 4 1 10 16 2 9 25 17 13 20 26

Player

gp-gs

g

GRACE, Chelsea VASAPOLLI, Victoria QUARANTA, Jenna FRACZKOWSKI, Morgan RHODES, Brittany KROLL, Ashley FANTIS, Penelope HOESLI-ATKINS, Jord. ZIPF, Vikki TAYLOR, Molly WEIL, Monica WILLIAMS, Alli CASE, Elizabeth BURLEY, Rachel Sarah Lindler Total Opponents

22-18 22-18 22-17 22-22 22-20 22-3 22-20 22-15 22-22 21-16 19-6 22-20 12-1 21-10 14-13 22 22

12 8 7 7 7 6 4 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 55 31

# 5 1 TM

Goalie

gp-gs

WALTERS, Amanda KROLL, Ashley TEAM Total Opponents

21-20 1-1 22 22

a

pts

sh

7 31 45 3 19 38 5 19 34 4 18 44 4 18 41 2 14 24 2 10 38 5 9 17 2 4 33 0 2 2 1 1 10 0 0 5 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 0 1 35 145 339 23 85 294

sh% sog sog% gwg pk-att

.267 29 .644 .211 18 .474 .206 21 .618 .159 24 .545 .171 20 .488 .250 15 .625 .105 17 .447 .118 10 .588 .030 19 .576 .500 1 .500 .000 6 .6 0 0 .000 2 .400 .000 2 .5 0 0 .000 0 .000 .000 0 .0 0 0 .162 184 .543 .105 157 .534

Goal Average min ga gaavg

1971:32 90:00 0:00 2061:32 2061:32

29 2 0 31 55

1.32 2.00 0.00 1.35 2.40

Saves saves

111 12 3 126 129

5 1 2 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 6

0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-6 1-1

pct

w

.793 .857 1.000 .803 .701

13 0 0 13 7

Record l t

6 1 0 7 13

shutout

2 0 0 2 2

7.0 0.0 0.0 7 3

Team saves: 3 Goals by Period Wilmington Univ. Opponents Shots by Period Wilmington Univ. Opponents Saves by Period Wilmington Univ. Opponents

30

1st 2nd

23 11

30 20

1st 2nd

153 171 147 141 1st 2nd

77 59

47 65

OT OT2 Total

1 0

1 0

55 31

OT OT2 Total

10 1

5 4

339 293

OT OT2 Total

1 4

1 1

126 129

Corners by Period Wilmington Univ. Opponents

1st 2nd

Fouls by Period Wilmington Univ. Opponents

1st 2nd

49 50

46 44

56 82 95 109

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

OT OT2 Total

4 1

2 3

101 98

OT OT2 Total

2 6

1 10

WU-WS 1265 10/126 3/55

141 220 Opponent 890 9/99

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2012 RESULTS 2012 Wilmington Univ. Women's Soccer Wilmington Univ. Game Results (FINAL) All games

Date

*

Opponent at Millersville Sep 01 LE MOYNE 09/05/12 at Pace Sep 8 2012 at Dominican College NY

*

Sep 11

at Goldey-Beacom

Sep 13 *

Aug 30

Score Overall 1-4 0-1-0 L 1-4 0-2-0 TO 2 1-1 0-2-1 WO2 2-1 1-2-1 L

Conf 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0

Att. 183 120 50 105

W

4-0

2-2-1

2-0-0

85

BRIDGEPORT

L

2-3

2-3-1

2-0-0

75

Sep 15

BLOOMFIELD

W

6-0

3-3-1

3-0-0

225

*

Sep 19 Sep 22

PHILADELPHIA at POST-WS

L

*

WOT

0-3 2-1

3-4-1 4-4-1

3-1-0 4-1-0

120 78

*

Sep 25

HOLY FAMILY

W

4-1

5-4-1

5-1-0

80

*

Sep 29

NYACK COLLEGE

2-2

5-4-2

5-1-1

140

*

Oct 06

CONCORDIA

W

6-0

6-4-2

6-1-1

75

Oct 09

L

Oct 11

L W

0-2 1-2 2-0

6-5-2 6-6-2 7-6-2

6-1-1 6-1-1 7-1-1

80 58 89

W

6-2

8-6-2

8-1-1

87

W

2-1

9-6-2

9-1-1

155

TO 2

*

DOWLING at #7 LIU Post 10/13/2012 at Felician

*

Oct 17

*

10/21/2012 at Caldwell College

*

Oct 23

GCUWSOC

W

6-0

10-6-2

10-1-1

130

Oct 28

#8 FELICIAN

W

2-1

11-6-2

10-1-1

220

Nov 02

vs Georgian Court

W

4-0

12-6-2

10-1-1

117

11/4/12

vs PHIW vs #20 Saint Rose

W

1-0 0-3

13-6-2 13-7-2

10-1-1 10-1-1

N

11/09/12

at Chestnut Hill Coll.

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

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W-L-T 13-7-2 10-1-1 5-4-1 6-2-1 2-1 2-0-2

L

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 22 10 9 3

Total 2320 1265 890 165

Goals scored TAYLOR, Molly (HOESLI-ATKINS, Jord.) GRACE, Chelsea (unassisted) VASAPOLLI, Victoria (unassisted) VASAPOLLI, Victoria (unassisted) FANTIS, Penelope (penalty kick) VASAPOLLI, Victoria (GRACE, Chelsea) RHODES, Brittany (ZIPF, Vikki) FANTIS, Penelope (RHODES, Brittany) FRACZKOWSKI, Morgan (FANTIS, Penelope) FRACZKOWSKI, Morgan (unassisted) KROLL, Ashley (unassisted) RHODES, Brittany (unassisted) FRACZKOWSKI, Morgan (GRACE, Chelsea) F R A C Z K O W S K I, M org an (H O E S LI-A T K IN S , Jord .) VASAPOLLI, Victoria (unassisted) VASAPOLLI, Victoria (QUARANTA, Jenna) QUARANTA, Jenna (HOESLI-ATKINS, Jord.) Jenna Quaranta (unassisted) Chelsea Grace (Morgan Fraczkowski) Penelope Fantis (unassisted) Jenna Quaranta (penalty kick) Victoria Vasapolli (Jord. Hoesli-Atkins) Penelope Fantis (unassisted) Jenna Quaranta (Vikki Zipf) Chelsea Grace (Penelope Fantis) Brittany Rhodes (Victoria Vasapolli) Brittany Rhodes (Chelsea Grace) Ashley Kroll (unassisted) Morgan Fraczkowski (Chelsea Grace) Ashley Kroll (Chelsea Grace) Jenna Quaranta (Monica Weil) Jord. Hoesli-Atkins (unassisted) Chelsea Grace (Brittany Rhodes) Vikki Zipf (Brittany Rhodes) Chelsea Grace (Morgan Fraczkowski) Brittany Rhodes (Morgan Fraczkowski) Chelsea Grace (Jenna Quaranta) Chelsea Grace (unassisted) Jord. Hoesli-Atkins (penalty kick) Brittany Rhodes (Jenna Quaranta) Chelsea Grace (Jenna Quaranta) A sh le y K ro ll (Je n n a Q ua ra n ta ;V icto ria V asa p o lli) Brittany Rhodes (Chelsea Grace) Chelsea Grace (Ashley Kroll) Ashley Kroll (Chelsea Grace) Ashley Kroll (Morgan Fraczkowski) Chelsea Grace (Brittany Rhodes) Morgan Fraczkowski (Jord. Hoesli-Atkins) Morgan Fraczkowski (Brittany Rhodes) Jenna Quaranta (unassisted) Chelsea Grace (unassisted) Victoria Vasapolli (Ashley Kroll) Victoria Vasapolli (unassisted)

Jenna Quaranta (unassisted) Chelsea Grace (Victoria Vasapolli) 48 -

Avg. 105 126 99 55

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2012 CACC STANDINGS

2012 CACC Tournament Seeding 1. Wilmington 2 Philadelphia 3. Caldwell 4. Georgian Court 5. Nyack 6. Holy Family 7. Caldwell 8. Felician

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2012 CACC TOURNAMENT CACC Quarterfinals - October 28, 2012 #8 Felician #1 Wilmington

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#7 Chestnut Hill #2 Philadelphia

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#6 Holy Family #3 Caldwell

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#5 Nyack #4 Georgian Court

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Kelli Kowalewski, Philadelphia University Chelsea Riedell, Philadelphia University Melissa Benson, Holy Family University Melissa Copeland, Philadelphia University Julie Crankshaw, Caldwell College Morgan Fraczkowski, Wilmington University Megan Tole, Holy Family University Renel Dennis, Post University Carly Digiovanni, Chestnut Hill College Alli Williams, Wilmington University Georgian Court Advances on PKs

CACC Semifinals - November 2, 2012 #4 Georgian Court #1 Wilmington

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#3 Caldwell #2 Philadelphia

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CACC Championship - November 4, 2012 #2 Philadelphia #1 Wilmington

0 1 CACC All-Tournament Team

Victoria Vasapolli, Wilmington - MVP Amanda Walter, Wilmington Chelsea Grace, Wilmington Jenna Quaranta, Wilmington Morgan Fraczkowski, Wilmington Janine Cascio, Philadelphia Melissa Copeland, Philadelphia Kristen Ferguson, Philadelphia Denisha Thomas, Georgian Court Carleigh Gorman, Georgian Court Megan Ferrara, Caldwell Sarina Soriano, Caldwell

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First Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference

Second Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Amanda Walters, Wilmington University Lauren Nolte, Chestnut Hill College Jackie Crankshaw, Caldwell College Vikki Zipf, Wilmington University Sarina Soriano, Caldwell College Katie Vecchio, Georgian Court University Penelope Fantis, Wilmington University Alysia Arcona, Felician College Chelsea Grace, Wilmington University Kristen Ferguson, Philadelphia University Rebecca Stinger, Caldwell College All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Honorable Mention Sabrina Sinopoli, Post University Farrell Pomponio, Georgian Court University Cyan Jean-Baptiste, Nyack College Natalie Migoya, Caldwell College. Award Winners 2012 CACC Player of the Year: Denisha Thomas, Georgian Court 2012 CACC Rookie of the Year: Sarina Soriano, Caldwell 2012 CACC Coach of the Year: Josh Ruggiero, Wilmington 2012 CACC Team Sportsmanship Award: Bloomfield

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AWARD WINNERS WILMINGTON ALL-AMERICANS Begum Malali........................ 2007 ........................... 1st Team Daktronics

WILMINGTON ALL-REGION PERFORMERS Colby Bugda .......................... 2006 ..........................2nd Team Daktronics Begum Malali........................ 2006 ..........................2nd Team Daktronics Begum Malali........................ 2007 ........................... 1st Team Daktronics Alli Williams .......................... 2009 ..........................2nd Team Daktronics Amanda Davis ....................... 2010 ..........................2nd Team Daktronics Danielle Niccoli...................... 2010 .................................3rd Team NSCAA Brittany Rhodes .................... 2010 .................................3rd Team NSCAA Morgan Fraczkowski.............. 2012 ................................2nd Team NSCAA Chelsea Grace ........................ 2012 ..........................2nd Team Daktronics ........................................................................................3rd Team NSCAA

WILMINGTON ALL-CACC PERFORMERS Dana Ayars ............................ 2004 .............................................1st Team Katie Mazzio.......................... 2004 .............................................1st Team Colby Bugda .......................... 2004 .............................................1st Team Begum Malali........................ 2004 .............................................1st Team Danielle Szymanski ............... 2004 ........................................... 2nd Team Melissa Samio ....................... 2004 ........................................... 2nd Team Begum Malali........................ 2005 .............................................1st Team Dana Ayars ............................ 2005 ........................................... 2nd Team Danielle Szymanski ............... 2005 ............................Honorable Mention Dana Ayars ............................ 2006 .............................................1st Team Colby Bugda .......................... 2006 .............................................1st Team Begum Malali........................ 2006 .............................................1st Team Begum Malali........................ 2007 .............................................1st Team Kirsten Stallone ..................... 2007 ........................................... 2nd Team Caitlin Robinson .................... 2007 ............................Honorable Mention Alli Williams .......................... 2009 .............................................1st Team Amanda Davis ....................... 2009 .............................................1st Team Kirsten Stallone ..................... 2009 ........................................... 2nd Team Danielle Niccoli...................... 2009 ............................Honorable Mention Alli Williams .......................... 2010 .............................................1st Team Amanda Davis ....................... 2010 .............................................1st Team Brittany Rhodes .................... 2010 .............................................1st Team Danielle Niccoli...................... 2010 ........................................... 2nd Team Molly Taylor ........................... 2010 ........................................... 2nd Team Kory Webster......................... 2010 ............................Honorable Mention Penelope Fantis ..................... 2011 ........................................... 2nd Team Morgan Fraczkowski.............. 2012 .............................................1st Team Alli Williams .......................... 2012 .............................................1st Team

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Amanda Walters.................... 2012 ........................................... 2nd Team Vikki Zipf ............................... 2012 ........................................... 2nd Team Penelope Fantis ..................... 2012 ........................................... 2nd Team Chelsea Grace ........................ 2012 ........................................... 2nd Team

WILMINGTON ALL-CACC AWARD WINNERS Katie Mazzio.......................... 2004 ............................... Player of the Year Begum Malali........................ 2007 ............................... Player of the Year Kirsten Stallone ..................... 2007 .............................. Rookie of the Year Josh Ruggiero........................ 2010 ................................Coach of the Year Josh Ruggiero........................ 2012 ................................Coach of the Year

WILMINGTON CACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Dana Ayars ....................................................................................... 2004 Chrissy Bevenour .............................................................................. 2004 Christine Knight ............................................................................... 2004 Begum Malali................................................................................... 2005 Danielle Szymanski .......................................................................... 2005 Chelsea Genco .................................................................................. 2007 Amanda Jenkins ............................................................................... 2007 Kory Webster.................................................................................... 2009 Angelica Appold ............................................................................... 2010 Danielle Niccoli................................................................................. 2010 Victoria Vasapolli ....................................................................2012 (MVP) Amanda Walter ................................................................................ 2012 Chelsea Grace ................................................................................... 2012 Jenna Quaranta ................................................................................ 2012 Morgan Fraczkowski......................................................................... 2012

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RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Coach Years Record (Pct.) Bob Varell .....................2004-05 (2) .............................25-13-3 (.646) Dave Bugda ..................2006-07 (2) .............................24-15-2 (.610) Josh Ruggiero...........2008-present (5) .........................47-42-7 (.526) Totals ........................... (9) .......................... 96-70-12 (.573) All-time Games Played: 178 All-Time Goals Scored: 424

TEAM RECORDS Most Goals Scored, Game - 12, vs. Chestnut Hill College (12-2), Sept. 11, 2007 Most Goals Scored, Season - 76, 2007 (22 games) Consecutive Games Scoring a Goal: 21, 2007 Most Goals Allowed, Game 7, at Holy Family (0-7), Sept. 19, 2006 7, at Holy Family (0-7), Oct. 7, 2008 7. at #1 Bridgeport (0-7), Oct. 20, 2011 Most Goals Allowed, Season - 47, 2008 Least Goals Allowed, Season – 17, 2004 Most Assists, Game - 11, vs. Chestnut Hill College, Sept. 11, 2007 Most Assists, Season – 56, 2004 (18 games) Most Shots on Goal, Season - 184, 2012 (55 goals) Most Shots on Goal Allowed, Season – 103, 2008 Most Corner Kicks, Season - 99, 2004 Most Corner Kicks Allowed – 102, 2005 Most Shutouts, Season - 11, 2004 Most Shutouts Allowed, Season - 7, 2008 Most Consecutive Shutouts - 4, 2004 Most Consecutive Games Shutout – 4, 2007-08 Largest Margin of Victory - 12-2, vs. Chestnut Hill College, Sept. 11, 2007 Largest Margin of Defeat – 0-7, at Holy Family, Sept. 19, 2006 0-7, at Holy Family, Oct. 7, 2008 0-7, at #1 Bridgeport, Oct. 20, 2011

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Most Wins, Season - 16, 2004 (16-2) Most Losses, Season - 12, 2011 (5-12-1) Most Ties, Season - 2, 2007; 2008; 2009; 2012 Best Overall Record - 16-2, 2004 Best Conference Record - 12-0, 2010 Worst Record - 5-12-1 (.305), 2011 Most Consecutive Wins - 7, 2010 Most Consecutive Wins to Start Season - 7, 2010 Most Consecutive Games Unbeaten - 7, 2004; 2010; 2012 Most Consecutive Losses - 7, 2011 Most Consecutive Losses to Start Season - 4, 2008 Most Consecutive Ties - 2, 2004 Consecutive Conference Wins - 12, 2010 Consecutive Conference Losses - 4, 2005; 2008; 2011 Longest Conference Unbeaten Streak - 12, 2010 Consecutive Home Wins - 7, 2008-09 Consecutive Road Wins - 9, 2004-05 Most Consecutive Winning Seasons - 2, 2006-07; 2009-10 Most Games Played, Season - 22, 2007; 2012 Most Improved Record - 5-12-1 in 2011 to 13-7-2 in 2012

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Games Played, Season - 22; Ashli Gerlach, Samantha Simpson, Danielle Niccoli, Sasha Neveras, Kirsten Stallone, Heather DiBlasi, Megan Whalen, Chelsea Genco, Nicole Meis, and Begum Malali (2007); Morgan Fraczkowski, Penelope Fantis, Brittany Rhodes, Jenna Quaranta, Victoria Vasapolli, Jordanne Hoesli-Atkins, Chelsea Grace, Alli Williams, Ashley Kroll (2012) Most Games Played, Career - 80; Stacey Spilman, Heather DiBlasi, and Begum Malali (2004-07) Most Goals, Game - 4, Kirsten Stallone vs. St. Thomas Aquinas, Aug. 28, 2007 Most Goals, Season - 27, Begum Malali (2007) Most Goals, Season (Freshman) - 18, Begum Malali (2004) Most Goals, Career - 80, Begum Malali (2004-07) Most Assists, Game - 4, Danielle Szymanski vs. Post, Sept. 11, 2004 Most Assists, Season 12, Danielle Szymanski (2004) 12, Kirsten Stallone (2007) 12, Ashli Gerlach (2007) Most Assists, Season (Freshman) - 12, Kirsten Stallone (2007)

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RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME TOP 10 LISTS

12, Ashli Gerlach (2007) Most Assists, Career - 28, Colby Bugda (2004-06)

Career Goals Most Points, Game 9, Kirsten Stallone vs. St. Thomas Aquinas, Aug. 28, 2007 Most Points, Season - 60, Begum Malali (2007) Most Points, Season (Freshman) - 41, Begum Malali (2004) Most Points, Career - 177, Begum Malali (2004-07) - 80 G, 17 A Most Shots, Game - 12, Begum Malali vs. Point Park, Sept. 3, 2006 12, Begum Malali at Bloomfield, Sept. 9, 2006 Most Shots, Season - 83, Begum Malali (2007) Most Shots, Career - 314, Begum Malali (2004-07) Most Goalie Minutes Played, Season - 1971, Amanda Walters (2012) Most Goalie Minutes Played, Career - 4585, Amanda Walters (200912) Most Goalie Saves, Game - 20, Catie Joynes vs. Stonehill, Sept. 4, 2005 Most Goalie Saves, Season - 196, Catie Joynes (2005) - 42 GA, 196 sv Most Goalie Saves, Career - 245, Catie Joynes (2005-07) - 60 GA, 245 sv Most Shutouts, Season - 11, Chrissy Bevenour (2004) Most Shutouts, Career - 14, Chrissy Bevenour (2004, 2007) Best Save Percentage, Season .898, Brooke Eveler (2010) - 9 GA, 79 sv .886, Chrissy Bevenour (2004) - 12 GA, 93 sv Best Save Percentage, Career .868, Chrissy Bevenour (2004, 2007) - 18 GA, 118 saves Best Goals Allowed Average, Season (min. 500 minutes) 0.65, Chrissy Bevenour (2004) - 12 GA, 1660 min 0.76, Brooke Eveler (2010) - 9 GA, 1061 min 1.02, Chrissy Bevenour (2007) - 6 GA, 532 min Best Goals Allowed Average, Career 0.74, Chrissy Bevenour (2004, 2007) - 18 GA, 2191 min

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

Begum Malali (2004-07)........................................... 80 Kirsten Stallone (2007-11)........................................ 34 Colby Bugda (2004-06) ............................................. 31 Brittany Rhodes (2009-12) ....................................... 26 Melissa Samio (2004-06) .......................................... 18 Klaudia Furman (2008-10)........................................ 13 Ashli Gerlach (2007-10) ............................................ 13 Chelsea Grace (2012) .....................................12 Katelyn Gibas (2005-07) ........................................... 11 Angelica Appold (2008-11)....................................... 11 Penelope Fantis (2011-12) ........................................ 11 Nicole Meis (2006-09)............................................... 11

Season Goals 1. 2. 4. 5.

8.

Begum Malali (2007) ................................................ 27 Begum Malali (2004) ................................................ 18 Begum Malali (2006) ................................................ 18 Begum Malali (2005) ................................................ 17 Chelsea Grace (2012) ................................................ 12 Kirsten Stallone (2007) ............................................. 12 Colby Bugda (2006) .................................................. 12 Melissa Samio (2004) ............................................... 10 Kirsten Stallone (2009) ............................................. 10 Brittany Rhodes (2010) ............................................. 10 Colby Bugda (2004) .................................................. 10

Career Assists 1. 2. 3. 5 6.

9.

Colby Bugda (2004-06) ............................................. 28 Kirsten Stallone (2007-11)........................................ 23 Begum Malali (2004-07)........................................... 17 Ashli Gerlach (2007-10) ............................................ 17 Danielle Szymanski (2004-05) .................................. 15 Melissa Samio (2004-06) .......................................... 13 Nicole Meis (2006-09)............................................... 13 Brittany Rhodes (2009-12) ....................................... 13 Katie Mazzio (2004) .................................................. 10 Amanda Davis (2009-10) .......................................... 10

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4. 5.

8. 10.

Danielle Szymanski (2004) ....................................... 12 Kirsten Stallone (2007) ............................................. 12 Ashli Gerlach (2007) ................................................. 12 Colby Bugda (2004) .................................................. 11 Melissa Samio (2006) ............................................... 10 Katie Mazzio (2004) .................................................. 10 Colby Bugda (2006) .................................................. 10 Nicole Meis (2007) .................................................... 8 Kirsten Stallone (2008) ............................................. 8 Christina Knight (2004)............................................. 7 Colby Bugda (2005) .................................................. 7

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

Begum Malali (2004-07)........................................... 177 Kirsten Stallone (2007-11)........................................ 91 Colby Bugda (2004-06) ............................................. 90 Brittany Rhodes (2009-12) ....................................... 65 Melissa Samio (2004-06) .......................................... 49 Ashli Gerlach (2007-10) ............................................ 43 Nicole Meis (2006-09)............................................... 35 Klaudia Furman (2008-10)........................................ 32 Chelsea Grace (2012) .....................................31 Katelyn Gibas (2005-07) ........................................... 29 Angelica Appold (2008-11)....................................... 29

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Brooke Eveler (2009-11) ........................................... 165 Chrissy Bevenour (2004, 2007) ................................. 118 Kendra Ness (2008-09) ............................................. 116 Ashley Kroll (2012) ........................................12 Amy Waggoner (2004-07) ........................................ 11 Claire Nendza (2005) ................................................ 1

Season Goalie Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Catie Joynes (2005)................................................... 196 Amanda Walters (2012) ............................................ 111 Kendra Ness (2008)................................................... 103 Chrissy Bevenour (2004) ........................................... 93 Amanda Walters (2011) ............................................ 89 Brooke Eveler (2010)................................................. 79 Amanda Jenkins (2006) ............................................ 75 Amanda Walters (2010) ............................................ 59 Amanda Jenkins (2007) ............................................ 58 Brooke Eveler (2009)................................................. 56

*Players in Bold in career lists are still active

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

Begum Malali (2007) ................................................ 60 Begum Malali (2004) ................................................ 41 Begum Malali (2006) ................................................ 40 Begum Malali (2005) ................................................ 36 Kirsten Stallone (2007) ............................................. 36 Colby Bugda (2006) .................................................. 34 Colby Bugda (2004) .................................................. 31 Chelsea Grace (2012) ................................................ 31 Kirsten Stallone (2008) ............................................. 26 Ashli Gerlach (2007) ................................................. 26 Melissa Samio (2006) ............................................... 26

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Amanda Walters (2009-12)....................................... 311 Catie Joynes (2005-07) ............................................. 245 Amanda Jenkins (2006-08)....................................... 168

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2004 (16-3-2, 9-1 CACC) Head Coach: Bob Varell Captains: Melissa Horwitz, Katie Mazzio, Danielle Szymanski

2005 (9-10-1, 5-5-1 CACC) Head Coach: Bob Varell Captains: Dana Ayars, Colby Bugda, Danielle Szymanski

2006 (10-9, 4-6 CACC) Head Coach: Dave Bugda Captains: Dana Ayars, Colby Bugda, Stacey Spilman

Date Aug. 26 Aug. 28 Sept. 1 Sept. 11 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 4 Oct. 6 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 16 Oct. 20 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Oct. 28 Nov. 4

Date Aug. 26 Aug. 27 Aug. 31 Sept. 4 Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 14 Sept. 17 Sept. 21 Sept. 24 Sept. 28 Oct. 1 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 19 Oct. 22 Oct. 25 Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Nov. 3

Date Opponent/Site ............... Result Aug. 24 Dowling ..........................W 5-4 (OT) Aug. 31 at St. Thomas Aquinas............ W 5-2 Sept. 2 vs. Lancaster Bible (at Johnstown, Pa.) W 8-0 Sept. 3 vs. Point Park (at Johnstown, Pa.) W 8-2 Sept. 5 at *Georgian Court...................L 2-5 Sept. 9 at *Bloomfield ........................... 4-1 Sept. 12 at Shepherd .............................L 4-6 Sept. 16 *Nyack ................................... W 4-1 Sept. 19 at *Holy Family ........................L 0-7 Sept. 23 at *Felician ............................ W 3-0 Sept. 27 *Philadelphia .................. L 0-1 (OT) Sept. 30 at *Caldwell ..................... L 2-3 (OT) Oct. 1 Columbia Union ..................... W 1-0 Oct. 3 at *Philadelphia ......................L 0-4 Oct. 9 Centenary .............................. W 2-0 Oct. 12 *Goldey-Beacom ................... W 2-1 Oct. 14 *Dominican .............................L 1-2 Oct. 18 at Delaware State ....................L 0-1 Oct. 20 *Post .......................................L 0-1

Opponent/Site ............... Result at Salem International ........... W 1-0 at Davis & Elkins..................... W 3-0 at York (Pa.) ........................... W 2-1 *Teikyo Post ........................... W 6-1 *Goldey-Beacom ................... W 3-0 at *Holy Family ........................L 1-2 *Caldwell............................... W 7-2 at Molloy ............................... W 3-0 at *Felician ............................ W 3-0 Lincoln (Pa.) .......................... W 8-0 at *Bloomfield ....................... W 5-1 *Dominican ........................... W 2-1 Albright ...................................L 0-3 at *Nyack ............................... W 4-1 at *NJIT.................................. W 4-0 at *Georgian Court................. W 3-2 at Shepherd ........................... W 3-0 Columbia Union ..................... W 9-0 vs. #Caldwell (at Rutherford, N.J.) .T 0-0 .......Wilmington wins shootout, 4-3 Nov. 6 vs. %Dominican (at Rutherford, N.J.)T 0-0 ........ Dominican wins shootout, 3-0 Nov. 13 vs. ^Dominican (at Trumbull, Conn.) ..L 1-2 (OT)

Opponent/Site ............... Result Southern Connecticut State .....L 1-3 Bryant......................................L 0-5 St. Thomas Aquinas ............... W 3-2 Stonehill ..................................L 1-5 Shepherd ........................W 3-2 (OT) at *Post ................................. W 3-0 at *Goldey-Beacom ............... W 3-2 at *Dominican ................. T 2-2 (OT) *Holy Family ............................L 0-3 at *Caldwell .............................L 1-3 at *Philadelphia ......................L 1-2 *Felician ..................................L 0-1 *Bloomfield ........................... W 3-0 *Nyack ................................... W 3-1 *NJIT........................................L 0-1 *Georgian Court .................... W 4-0 at Delaware State .................. W 8-1 Molloy .....................................L 1-3 at #Dominican ....................... W 3-2 vs. %Holy Family .....................L 1-4

* CACC Contest # CACC Tournament Quarterfinals % CACC Tournament Semifinals

* CACC Contest

* CACC Contest # CACC Tournament Semifinals % CACC Tournament Championship ^ ECAC Tournament

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17 21 23 30

at Delaware State ....................T 1-1 at *Post ................................. W 2-0 *Georgian Court ......................L 1-2 #Dominican ..................... T 2-2 (OT) .......Wilmington wins shootout, 4-2 Nov. 1 vs. %Holy Family (at Rutherford, N.J.)L 0-1 * CACC Contest # CACC Tournament Quarterfinal % CACC Tournament Semifinal

2008 (5-11-2, 4-6-1 CACC) Head Coach: Josh Ruggiero Captains: Kelsey LaPlume, Nicole Meis, Danielle Niccoli, Caitlin Robinson Colby Bugda vs. Dominican, 2007

2007 (14-6-2, 7-4 CACC) Head Coach: Dave Bugda Captains: Chrissy Bevenour, Catie Joynes, Caitlin Robinson, Stacey Spilman Date Aug. 25 Aug. 29 Aug. 31 Sept. 1 Sept. 5 Sept. 8 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 29 Oct. 3 Oct. 6 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 16

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Opponent/Site ............... Result American International.......... W 2-1 St. Thomas Aquinas ............... W 9-1 NYIT ....................................... W 1-0 Concordia............................... W 8-0 Shepherd .................................L 1-4 at *Dominican .........................L 3-4 *Chestnut Hill ...................... W 12-2 at Washington College (Md.) . W 5-0 at *Goldey-Beacom ............... W 3-0 at *Nyack ............................... W 5-1 *Holy Family .................... L 1-2 (OT) *Felician ................................ W 5-1 at Queens (N.Y.) ..................... W 4-1 *Caldwell............................... W 6-1 Mercy .................................... W 2-0 *Bloomfield ........................... W 2-0 at *Philadelphia .............. L 1-2 (OT)

Date Aug. 29 Aug. 30 Sept. 2 Sept. 10 Sept. 13 Sept. 16 Sept. 17 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 7 Oct. 11 Oct. 15 Oct. 18 Oct. 21 Oct. 25 Oct. 29

Opponent/Site ............... Result vs. Le Moyne (at Springfield, Mass.)L 0-2 at American International........L 0-4 at NYIT .....................................L 0-4 at Shepherd .............................L 1-4 *Post ..................................... W 3-0 *Philadelphia .................. T 0-0 (OT) at Concordia........................... W 4-1 at *Bloomfield ....................... W 5-1 Delaware State ................ T 4-4 (OT) Queens (N.Y.) ...........................L 0-1 at *Felician ...................... L 3-4 (OT) at *Holy Family ........................L 0-7 *Caldwell.................................L 0-1 *Goldey-Beacom .....................L 3-5 *Dominican ........................... W 3-2 at *Chestnut Hill ......................L 1-2 *Nyack ................................... W 2-1 at *Georgian Court...................L 1-4

2009 (9-7-2, 8-3-1 CACC) Head Coach: Josh Ruggiero Captains: Amanda Davis, Nicole Meis, Danielle Niccoli Date Aug. 31 Sept. 3 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 17 Sept. 19 Sept. 23 Sept. 26 Sept. 29 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 13 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 24 Oct. 27 Oct. 29 Nov. 3

Opponent/Site ............... Result at Mercy................................. W 6-2 at Dowling ...............................L 0-2 at *Nyack ............................... W 2-1 *Goldey-Beacom ................... W 6-0 at Queens (N.Y.) .......................L 0-2 *Post ..................................... W 2-1 at *Holy Family ........................L 2-3 at *Bloomfield ....................... W 3-1 at *Philadelphia ......................L 0-3 *Caldwell........................W 2-1 (OT) *Concordia............................. W 7-0 *Chestnut Hill ........................ W 3-1 *Dominican ..................... T 0-0 (OT) Millersville ...............................L 1-2 *Felician ................................ W 5-3 at *Georgian Court...................L 0-5 at Delaware State ............ T 2-2 (OT) at #Holy Family ........................L 0-1

* CACC Contest # CACC Tournament Quarterfinals

* CACC Contest

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2010 (15-5, 12-0 CACC) CACC Regular Season Champions Head Coach: Josh Ruggiero Captains: Amanda Davis, Ashli Gerlach, Danielle Niccoli, Alli Williams Date Sept. 2 Sept. 11 Sept. 14 Sept. 18 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 5 Oct. 9 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Oct. 30 Nov. 1 Nov. 4

Opponent/Site ............... Result at Millersville ..................W 3-2 (OT) *Bloomfield ....................W 2-1 (OT) at *Goldey-Beacom ............... W 3-0 at *Post ................................. W 5-0 *Holy Family .......................... W 3-2 *Nyack ................................... W 1-0 *Philadelphia ........................ W 3-2 NYIT .........................................L 0-1 at C.W. Post..............................L 0-4 at *Dominican ....................... W 2-0 at *Chestnut Hill .................... W 1-0 Dowling ...................................L 0-3 at *Felician ............................ W 2-0 Mercy .................................... W 4-0 at *Caldwell ........................... W 1-0 *Georgian Court .............W 2-1 (OT) at Bridgeport ...........................L 1-6 at *Concordia ......................... W 3-1 #Felician ................................ W 6-3 vs. %Holy Family (at Lakewood, N.J.) . L 0-3

* CACC Contest # CACC Tournament Quarterfinal % CACC Tournament Semifinal

2011 (5-12-1, 3-8-1 CACC) Head Coach: Josh Ruggiero Captains: N/A Date Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 13 Sept. 17 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 27 Sept. 29 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 11 Oct. 15 Oct. 18 Oct. 20 Oct. 22 Oct. 25 Oct. 28

Opponent/Site ............... Result Pace ....................................... W 2-1 *Dominican .............................L 2-3 at *Georgian Court..........W 1-0 (OT) at *Nyack .................................L 0-1 at NYIT .....................................L 1-2 at Dowling ...............................L 1-2 *Felician ..................................L 1-2 at *Philadelphia ......................L 0-2 C.W. Post..................................L 1-4 *Post .......................................L 2-4 *Concordia............................. W 2-0 *Goldey-Beacom .....................L 1-2 at *Bloomfield ....................... W 2-1 Millersville ............................. W 2-1 at #1 Bridgeport ......................L 0-7 *Caldwell......................... T 0-0 (OT) *Chestnut Hill ..........................L 1-3 at *Holy Family ........................L 2-3

* CACC Contest # Nationally ranked opponent

2012 (13-7-2, 10-1-1 CACC) CACC Regular Season Champions CACC Tournament Champions NCAA East Region Tournament Qualifiers Head Coach: Josh Ruggiero Captains: Molly Taylor, Alli Williams Date Aug., 30 Sept. 1 Sept. 5 Sept. 8 Sept. 11 Sept. 13 Sept. 15 Sept. 19 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 9 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 17 Oct. 21 Oct. 23 Oct. 28 Nov. 2 Nov. 4 Nov. 9

Opponent/Site ............... Result at Millersville ...........................L 1-4 Le Moyne .................................L 1-4 at Pace ............................. T 1-1 (OT) at *Dominican ................W 2-1 (OT) at *Goldey-Beacom ............... W 4-0 Bridgeport ...............................L 2-3 *Bloomfield ........................... W 6-0 *Philadelphia ..........................L 0-3 at *Post ..........................W 2-1 (OT) *Holy Family .......................... W 4-1 *Nyack ............................. T 2-2 (OT) *Concordia............................. W 6-0 Dowling ...................................L 0-2 at #7 LIU Post...........................L 1-2 at *Felician ............................ W 2-0 at *Chestnut Hill ................... W 6-2 at *Caldwell ........................... W 2-1 *Georgian Court .................... W 6-0 %Felician ............................... W 2-1 vs. ^Georgian Court (at Post) W 4-0 vs. &Philadelphia (at Post)..... W 1-0 vs. #20 !Saint Rose (at AIC) ......L 0-3

* CACC Contest # Nationally ranked opponent % CACC Tournament Quarterfinal ^ CACC Tournament Semifinal & CACC Tournament Championship ! NCAA Division II East Region First Round

2012 CACC Tournament Champions

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LOCATION MAP Wilmington University Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway | Newark, DE 19702

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Directions from main campus Follow directions to New Castle Campus. Continue on DuPont Highway (Route 13/40 South). Bear right to continue on Route 40 West. Cross under the Route 1 bypass and continue on 40. New Athletic Facility parking lot is on the right hand side following Walther Road and the turf field.

Home of the men’s and women’s basketball, women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, and volleyball teams.

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CENTRAL ATLANTIC COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE

Wilmington University 320 N. DuPont Highway New Castle, DE 19720 (302) 356-9435 Toll Free: (866) 922-2871 Fax: (302) 328-7376 athletics@wilmu.edu www.wilmu.edu/athletics Wilmington University Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway Newark, DE 19702 (302) 328-9435 Fax: (302)328-7376

1. Philadelphia University 4201 Henry Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144

6. Felician College 223 Montross Avenue Rutherford, NJ 07070

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2. Goldey-Beacom College 4701 Limestone Road Wilmington, DE 19808

3. University of the Sciences 600 South 43rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19104

4. Holy Family University 9801 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19114

7. Bloomfield College 467 Franklin Street Bloomfield, NJ 07003

8. Caldwell College 120 Bloomfield Avenue Caldwell, NJ 07006

9. Dominican College 470 Western Highway Orangeburg, NY 10962

11. Post University 800 Country Club Road Waterbury, CT 06708

12. Chestnut Hill College 9601 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19118

13. Concordia College 171 White Plains Road Bronxville, NY 10708

5. Georgian Court University 900 Lakewood Avenue Lakewood, NJ 08701

10. Nyack College 1 South Boulevard Nyack, NY 10960

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