ESU At A Glance
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . .East Stroudsburg, Pa.
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Robert J. Dillman
Member . . . . . . . . Pennsylvania State System
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .of Higher Education
System Chancellor . Dr. John C. Cavanaugh
Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1893
Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,200
(includes 5,900 undergraduates)
Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division II
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PSAC
. . . . Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference
School Colors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Red and Black
Team Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Warriors
Dr. Tom Gioglio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3642
Associate Athletic Director
Dr. Carey Snyder . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3034
Academic Coordinator The Warren E. and Sandra Hoeffner Science and Technology Center, a $40 million
Nancy Jo Greenawalt . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3795 state-of-the-art facility, was dedicated in September 2008.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .email@example.com
Director of Multicultural Affairs Providing High-Quality, Higher Education
Danelle McClanahan. . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3896
Lacrosse Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3013
ESU - In its 117th Year of Service
Greg Knowlden. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3312 Founded in 1893 as a Normal School, More than 2,100 students reside in eight
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . firstname.lastname@example.org East Stroudsburg University has been
E residence halls. The university also offers
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3586 offering quality higher education to the
o apartment-style housing for another 200
Warriors Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3000 citizens of Pennsylvania for more than a
c students and has added accommodations
Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.esu.edu century.
c for an additional 540 students with the
Key Campus Numbers With an enrollment of more than 7,200 addition of University Ridge, a student
Admissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-3542 students, ESU has a strong commitment to
s apartment complex located adjacent to
Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 570-422-2800 academic excellence. Teacher education, the
health sciences and programs associated
h Approximately 74 percent of the
East Stroudsburg University is nestled with science and technology are just a few
w students receive some form of financial aid,
in the Pocono Mountains, which offer year- examples of fields of study experiencing including scholarships, loans and grants.
round outdoor recreation of all sorts for sports unprecedented growth in enrollment. The 2009-10 academic year will mark the
enthusiasts. From hiking in the fall to biking in With the university’s unique programs university’s 117th year of operation and the
the spring to swimming, golfing and fishing in such areas as computer technology, school has approximately 32,000 alumni.
in the summer to snowboarding, skiing or bio-technology, chemical bio-technology ESU, like many other public colleges and
tubing in the winter, there is plenty to do at and art and design, ESU is poised to offer universities across the country, started as a
any time of the year. Throw in shopping, great its students another century of academic normal school, a professional school for the
restaurants and plenty of attractions and there excellence. training of teachers.
is something for everyone, no matter the The new $40 million Science and ESU History
season. Technology Center, a state-of-the-art facility, East Stroudsburg Normal School was
ESU is located approximately 75 miles is the first new major academic building at founded to serve students in the state’s
west of New York City, 85 miles northeast ESU since 1979 and is in its second year of normal school fourth district and had 320
of Philadelphia, 40 miles northeast of the service in the 2009-10 academic year. students enrolled when classes started on
Allentown/Bethlehem/Easton area and 40 miles The Center features a planetarium, September 4, 1893.
southeast of Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. a rooftop observatory, and a wildlife In 1926 after the state assumed
The campus is 1/4 mile from exit 308, museum of natural history, as well as control of the school, the original name
Interstate 80. Exit right onto Prospect Street. research, classroom and office space for was changed to East Stroudsburg State
To Reach Koehler Fieldhouse — Take right diverse departments from the sciences and Teachers’ College.
at the first light on East Brown Street. Go up mathematics to computer science. The school became East Stroudsburg
the hill 6/10th of a mile, take the first left onto The university has recently invested State College in 1960 to reflect the school’s
Smith Street. The fieldhouse is on the left on over $10 million dollars in safety and other expanded curriculum with liberal arts
the corner of Smith and Normal streets. improvement projects associated with programs and graduate degrees.
To Reach Whitenight Field - Turn right at the storm water management and campus In July 1983, the Pennsylvania General
first light onto East Brown Street. Go up the hill beautification. Assembly established the Pennsylvania
6/10th of a mile, take the first left onto Smith The campus consists of 63 buildings on State System of Higher Education consisting
Street. Follow that street through one stop sign 213 acres and boasts a student-to-teacher of 14 universities and East Stroudsburg
for another 2/10th of a mile and turn left at the ratio of 21 to 1. University was born as a comprehensive
Campus Ministry house. Field is down the hill. regional institution.
2010 ESU LACROSSE GUIDE
Table of Contents
The University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IFC
ESU at a Glance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
ESU Administrators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Student-Athlete Center for Excellence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
The Coaching Staff
Head Coach Lynne Elphick. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Assistant Coach Jane Koeniges. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
The 2010 Warriors
2010 Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
2010 Outlook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Player Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
The 2009 Season
PSAC Standings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
2009 Results/Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Postseason History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
School Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-19
Year-by-Year Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Program History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
All-Time Lettermen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IBC
The 2010 Lacrosse Guide Credits
The 2010 ESU Lacrosse Guide is published by the Sports Information Office.
GREG KNOWLDEN, SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR
Editing Assistance: ESU University Relations staff: Doug Smith, Brenda Friday and Sheree Watson
All information in this guide is current as of March 1, 2010
East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, veteran status,
disability or age in its programs and activities in accordance with state and federal laws.
The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding this policy:
Director of Diversity & Campus Mediation, 200 Prospect Street, 115 Reibman Building, East Stroudsburg PA 18301
or call (570) 422-3656.
For special accomodations at any of the events listed in the ESU Baseball Guide,
contact the Office of Sports Information at (570) 422-3312.
East Stroudsburg University at a Glance
School Colors: Red and Black Sports Information Director: Greg Knowlden
Team Nickname: Warriors Phone: 570-422-3312 (Office)
Head Lacrosse Coach: Lynne Elphick 570-422-3586 (Office Fax)
Phone: 570-422-3013 570-977-9251 (Cell)
e-mail: email@example.com e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Coaches: Jane Koeniges and Grad. Asst.
Samantha Ziegler ESU offers 21 NCAA sports
Athletic Director: Dr. Tom Gioglio Men’s Sports (10): Baseball, soccer, football, cross country,
Phone: 570-422-3642 basketball, wrestling, indoor track and field, outdoor track and
e-mail: email@example.com field, tennis
Lacrosse Athletic Trainer: John Paolini Women’s Sports (12): Lacrosse, softball, soccer, field hockey,
Equipment Manager: Bob Smith volleyball, golf, cross country, swimming, basketball, indoor
Web Site: www.esu.edu track and field, outdoor track and field, tennis
ESU Lacrosse Media Guide 1
Dr. Robert J. Dillman Dr. Tom Gioglio Dr. Carey Snyder
President Athletic Director Associate Athletic Director
Dr. Robert J. Dr. Tom Gioglio Dr. Carey
Dillman, president is in his sixth year Snyder is in
of East Stroudsburg as the Director her 23rd year
University since of Athletics at in the athletic
1996, has initiated East Stroudsburg department at
ambitious University. As East Stroudsburg
enhancements the Director of University.
that will chart Athletics, he She has served
the institution’s is responsible as associate
success into the for providing athletic director
future. Dr. Dillman leadership of an the past 22 years
has taken an active athletic department and is ESU’s
role in athletics and serves as the Chairman of which sponsors 21 teams with over 500 Senior Women’s Administrator. In addition
the Board of Directors of the PSAC. student-athletes and a staff of over 60. to other responsibilities, she processes
Numerous new undergraduate and Athletic facility renovations under student-athlete eligibility, serves as the
graduate degree programs have been added Gioglio include the installation of FieldTurf NCAA compliance officer, and maintains
and academic accreditations achieved during at Eiler-Martin Stadium and Whitenight the budget for the 21-sport intercollegiate
Dr. Dillman’s 13-year tenure at ESU. Field, lighting, outdoor track and concession athletic program.
Eiler-Martin Stadium has undergone area at Eiler-Martin Stadium and dugouts Snyder prepares all athletic department
major upgrades under the president’s at Mitterling Field. There has also been a comprehensive reports for the federal
direction. FieldTurf was installed last summer significant increase in revenue raised to government and the NCAA. For 17 years,
to give ESU a durable, all-weather surface at enhance the athletic scholarship budget prior to 2005, she also coordinated event
one of the premier venues in the PSAC. Lights through fundraising initiatives sponsored management for over 400 athletic contests
were installed in the spring of 2007 and night through the Warrior Athletic Club, including annually.
games were played for the first time in school the Television Fundraising Auction that was She manages the athletic operating
history, and the track was resurfaced and incorporated by Gioglio. budget, away contests, team travel,
expanded to eight lanes in 2005. Gioglio serves on several committees contracts and non-session arrangements.
The president has spearheaded several both on campus and in the community. His Snyder is the founder and chair of the
building projects at ESU, including: the involvement at ESU includes the President’s Women’s Athletic Scholarship Golf Classic
state-of-the-art $44 million Hoeffner Science Commission for Racial and Ethnic Diversity, that raises scholarship dollars for women
and Technology Center, the first new major the Student Athlete Center for Excellence, student-athletes. She currently serves on
academic building at ESU since 1979 which the Student Athlete Advisory Council, the the Women in Sport Day Committee, the
opened for the fall 2008 semester; a student Intercollegiate Athletic Committee, the PSAC Intercollegiate Athletic Committee and the
Recreation Center; the Ahnert Alumni Athletic Directors Governing Council and the Gender Equity Planning Committee and has
Center, which houses the University Office PSAC Executive Committee. also served on the University Faculty Senate.
of Advancement and Alumni Relations; He is currently the only Director of Prior to ESU, Snyder had a highly
University Ridge, a 10 building apartment- Athletics serving as a facilitator of the successful career as a volleyball and softball
style student housing complex; and a NCAA Division II Leadership Academy and coach at California Lutheran University in
Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship also serves on the NCAA Northeast Region Thousand Oaks, California.
(currently under construction) that will result Women’s Soccer Rankings Committee. She earned her B.S. from Springfield
in an economic impact of $57 million in Gioglio is the PSAC Athletic Trainers and College in Physical Education and her
Monroe County. Indoor Track Liaison, and a member of the Master’s degree and Ph.D. in Athletic
Other campus capital improvements National Association of Collegiate Directors Administration from the University of
include an admissions center addition in of Athletics and the National Association of Southern California.
the Reibman Administration Building and a Division II Athletic Administrators. He is also a
major safety, storm water management and member of the Pocono YMCA Board and the
beautification project that was completed Burnley Workshop of the Poconos Board.
last summer. A native of nearby Morristown, N.J.,
While in college, Dillman competed in Gioglio previously served as Director of
four sports — soccer, baseball, basketball and Athletics at Dakota State University and the
track & field — at SUNY New Paltz. University of Saint Mary in Kansas.
Dr. Dillman came to ESU from Fairmont Gioglio earned his bachelor’s degree
(W.V.) State where he was president for in Physical Education at Montclair State
eight years. He earned a master’s degree at University and his first master’s degree in
Penn State University and a Ph.D from Clark education at Mansfield University, and his
University, both in geography. second at Northern State in Aberdeen, S.D.
He also holds a doctorate degree from West
Gioglio and his wife Melissa are the proud
parents of two daughters, Kalista and Kinley.
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HEAD COACH LYNNE ELPHICK
Lynne Elphick, the 2008 PSAC Coach
of the Year, enters her fifth season as Contact Information
the head coach of the East Stroudsburg Head Coach Lynne Elphick
University women’s lacrosse program. Koehler Fieldhouse
The Warriors went 7-10 last year Phone: (570) 422-3013
and had three first team All-PSAC East E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
selections, Christine Bradley, Michelle
Mangiaruga and Laura Riegel, all
underclassmen who return this year. Conference in her first season as a head
Elphick guided the Warriors to an coach. She was also an assistant coach for
11-7 record to tie the school record for one year.
wins in 2008, an eight-win improvement At Alvernia, Elphick was also the
over the previous year, and their second CHAMPS/Life Skills Coordinator and
PSAC Tournament appearance in her first worked with student-athletes on a number
four years at ESU. Bradley and seniors of projects while also arranging speakers.
Janelle Cronmiller, Katie Fretz and Renee Elphick is originally from South
Maniscalco were all-conference selections. Conventry Township, Pa. and is a graduate
A 2003 graduate of ESU, Elphick was a of Owen J. Roberts High School, where she
four-year player on the lacrosse team and was a four-year starter in lacrosse.
earned her degree in communications Lynne and her husband Chris were
Head Coach Lynne Elphick with a minor in English. married in November 2007 and reside in
She returned to ESU after coaching for Allentown with their newborn daughter,
5th season two years at Alvernia College in Reading, Ava, their black pitbull, Chaz, and two cats,
Pa. She led Alvernia to six wins and a Sweety and Lucky.
5-5 record in the Pennsylvania Athletic
Jane Koeniges • Assistant Coach
Jane Koeniges is in her third season as an assistant coach with the ESU lacrosse program.
Koeniges came to ESU after spending more than a decade on the sidelines as an assistant field hockey coach
at Lafayette College under head coach Ann Gold. She was also an assistant women’s lacrosse coach for Gold, and
assists ESU head field hockey coach Sandy Miller in the fall.
Prior to joining Lafayette’s staff, Koeniges served as the assistant varsity field hockey coach at Somers (Conn.)
High School, as well as the assistant varsity softball coach at Belvidere (N.J.) High School. She also had the
opportunity to aid in the coaching of the New Jersey/Pennsylvania Elite Performance Training Center, which is
intended to identify and train national team-caliber players from the local region.
A 1995 graduate of Springfield College with a degree in Physical Education, Koeniges also has an associate’s
degree from Mitchell College in New London, Conn. She resides in Allamuchy, N.J.
Our Home — Whitenight Field
The Warriors play their home lacrosse
and field hockey games at Whitenight
Field, which had FieldTurf installed in the
summer of 2008.
The surface allows ESU’s student-athletes
to compete on a superior all-weather
field and practice nearly year-round.
ESU Lacrosse Media Guide 3
Juniors Christine Bradley and Michelle seven scorers, fifth-year head coach Lynne Wesztergom (11 goals, 5 assists) picked up 52
Mangiaruga and sophomore Laura Riegel Riegel, Elphick, the 2008 PSAC Coach of the Year, has
Elphick Year ground balls and had a team-high 20 caused
all first team All-PSAC East selections last her team ready for another run at the playoffs. turnovers last season. Foley is in her third year
season, lead a group of eight returning Mangiaruga has 62 goals and 14 hat as a starter and contributes at both ends of
starters that will look to lead the East tricks in her first 24 career games. She netted the field, with 28 career goals and 11 assists.
Stroudsburg University lacrosse program to at least three goals in 10 games last season, The experienced midfielders will be
the postseason in 2010. including two five-goal games, and will be supported by sophomores Molly McLenigan
Mangiaruga, the Warriors’ leading scorer joined by classmate Molly O’Hara, who (4 goals) and Maure Perrymond (2 goals, 1
with 47 goals and 12 assists, and Bradley, a scored 35 goals last year and has 66 goals and assist) to give the Warriors a solid rotation and
two-time All-PSAC midfielder and the team’s 16 assists in her career. improved depth at the position.
MVP, are two of ESU’s six juniors who are two- Freshman Ali Green from North Penn Junior Brittany Bissell is the veteran
year starters and bring significant experience HS, Mangiaruga’s alma mater, will also be a on defense and has started 30 games in her
to the lineup. key contributor during her first year. Seniors career, with 71 ground balls and 34 caused
The duo leads an attack that brings back Lindsay Moyer (14 goals) and Jocelyn turnovers. Freshmen Lauren Hummell (North
90 percent of its school-record total of 214 Gebhardt (4 goals, 1 assist) will see time up Penn HS) and Jennifer Kelly (Abington
goals from the 2009 campaign. ESU finished front, along with sophomore Kelsey Pfautz HS) are projected starters, with junior Xeni
7-10 overall and tied for second in the PSAC (2 goals, 3 assists). Barakos and freshmen Kimberly Daly and
East at 5-5 but lost a tiebreaker for the Bradley, juniors Morgan Knowles and Kelsey Lucas also expected to contribute.
division’s second playoff spot. Jamie Wesztergom and senior Sara Foley In goal, the Warriors must replace Kirstin
Riegel was named to the give the Warriors four returning starters in the Mayberry, a three-year starter who is tied for
WomensLacrosse.com All-Rookie team in midfield, along with the addition of Riegel. second in school history in career saves.
Division II and moves from defender to Bradley had 32 goals and 19 assists to Sophomore Amanda Simms
midfield this season. She led the Warriors with earn her All-PSAC East honor and has 48 goals and freshman Katie Zollo are the two
55 ground balls and will give ESU another and 27 assists to date in her career. goalkeepers on the roster and may share
strong presence in the midfield. Knowles emerged as a scorer with 22 time this year. Simms is very talented and has
Bolstered by her three all-conference goals and 11 assists, led the Warriors with great speed, and Zollo will give ESU a calm
selections and the return of the team’s top 46 draw controls and had 46 ground balls. presence in goal and is strong on clears.
2010 ESU Roster
Ht. Hometown/High School
00 Amanda Simms So. GK 5-2 Smithtown, N.Y./Hauppauge
1 Ali Green Fr. M/A 5-2 North Wales/North Penn
2 Laura Riegel So. M/D 5-2 Royersford/Spring-Ford
3 Sara Foley Sr. M 5-4 Levittown/Neshaminy
4 Michelle Mangiaruga Jr. A 5-2 North Wales/North Penn
5 Jocelyn Gebhardt Sr. A 5-7 Fallston, Md./Fallston
6 Maure Perrymond So. M 5-4 Pottstown/Pottstown
7 Morgan Haller So. D 5-9 Dover, Del./Dover
8 Lauren Holliday Fr. A 5-3 Langhorne/Neshaminy
9 Molly McLenigan So. M 5-5 Lafayette Hill/Plymouth Whitemarsh
10 Morgan Knowles Jr. M 5-5 Cedar Run, N.J./Southern Regional
11 Molly O’Hara Jr. A 5-6 Glen Mills/Penncrest
12 Lauren Hummell Fr. D 5-8 Harleysville/North Penn
13 Shawna Blickle So. D 5-4 Woolwich, N.J./Kingsway
14 Jamie Wesztergom Jr. M 5-8 Oreland/Springfield Township
15 Kimberly Daly Fr. D 5-1 Levittown, N.Y./Division Avenue
16 Nicole Marin Fr. A 5-1 Highland Mills, N.Y./Monroe-Woodbury
17 Taylor Lucas Fr. D 5-5 East Chalfont/Central Bucks South
18 Brianne Toomey Fr. M/A 5-5 Brick, N.J./Brick Memorial
19 Grace Gunkel So. D 5-4 Hershey/Hershey
20 Stephanie Konnick So. M 5-5 Pottstown/Pottstown
21 Nicolina Maiorana Fr. A 5-8 Denver/Cocalico
22 Kelsey Pfautz So. M 5-6 Landisville/Hempfield
23 Xeni Barakos Jr. D 5-6 Denver/Cocalico
24 Lindsey Moyer Sr. A 5-8 Telford/Pennridge
26 Ashley Mertel So. A 5-1 New Freedom/Susquehannock
27 Brittany Bissell Jr. D 5-5 Woodlyn/Ridley
28 Christine Bradley Jr. M 5-10 Pottstown/Pottstown
29 Elizabeth Berardi Fr. D 5-3 Seaside Heights, N.J./Monsignor Donovan
30 Jennifer Kelly Fr. D 5-4 Roslyn/Abington
43 Katie Zollo Fr. GK 5-1 Highland Mills, N.Y./Monroe-Woodbury
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Sara FOLEY • 3
M 5-4 Senior
Junior: Started all 17 games ... recorded 10 goals and five assists ... also had 39 ground balls, 20 draw controls and 10
caused turnovers ... two goals, two assists vs. Edinboro ... also scored twice in wins over Millersville and Georgian Court
... three assists vs. Kutztown.
Sophomore: Played in 16 games and started nine times ... had eight goals and four assists ... scored two goals
against Slippery Rock and IUP ... had a goal and two assists at Shippensburg ... recorded 21 ground balls, 10 draw
controls and seven caused turnovers.
Freshman: Had 10 goals and two assists as a starter ... scored two goals against Millersville and Slippery Rock ... had
20 ground balls and 20 draw controls.
Background: Team’s leading scorer in lacrosse as a junior and senior ... third team All-Suburban One selection ...
earned three letters in track, two in lacrosse and one in field hockey ... named school’s outstanding athlete ... majoring
in Health and Physical Education.
Jocelyn GEBHARDT • 5
A 5-7 Senior
Junior: Played in eight games and started four times ... had four goals and one assist ... first career hat trick at
Kutztown ... also scored at Wilmington and had assist vs. Shippensburg ... picked up nine ground balls.
Sophomore: Played in 14 games and made five starts ... had three assists ... had nine ground balls, six draw controls
and six caused turnovers.
Freshman: Played in one game for ESU.
Background: Played on 2006 county championship team ... team MVP and captain and three-year letterwinner
... also lettered twice in field hockey ... member of Future Business Leaders of America ... majoring in Business
Management and Marketing.
Student-Athlete Center for Excellence Academic Coordinator for
In 1998, ESU established a Student-Athlete Center for Excellence on Athletics
campus. The center includes experts in exercise physiology, nutrition, academic
counseling, psychological counseling and sport studies. Nancy Jo Greenawalt
The SACE was created to provide all student-athletes with the guidance, Nancy Jo Greenawalt serves
counseling and instruction necessary to enhance their academic and athletic as the Academic Coordinator
performance. for Athletics. Her main
Academic services offered: Exercise science services offered: responsibility is to organize an
Academic Counseling Body composition analysis academic support structure
Assistance in acquiring tutorial services Dietary analysis for nearly 500 Warriors
Assistance in declaring a major Nutritional/psychological assessment student-athletes.
CHAMPS/life skills programming Hydration or body water status Greenawalt has 25 years
Professional career development skills Nutritional counseling
Progress reports/academic monitoring Aerobic power analysis
of experience in higher
Referral coordination to other university Overtraining analysis education, including 14
agencies Psychological Skills Training years at Albright College and 11 at ESU. During her
time at Albright, she worked as the Associate Athletic
Director for Women and Physical Education Department
The SACE Staff Chairperson. She has also served on numerous NCAA,
Shala Davis, Ph.D., exercise science
national and regional committees.
Tom Gioglio, E.d.D., administration
A 1978 graduate of Albright College, Greenawalt
Colleen Shotwell, MS, sports medicine
Robert P. Fleischman, Ed.D, sport studies was inducted into the Albright Athletic Hall of Fame
Nancy Jo Greenawalt, MS, physical education in 1997 for her achievements earned as a five-sport
Donna Leitner, Ph.D., counseling student-athlete and head coach for volleyball,
Paula Parker, Ed.D, sport and exercise badminton and tennis. She earned her bachelor’s
psychology degree in psychology from Albright and her master’s
Student Athletic Representatives degree in physical education from Penn State
Coaching Representatives University.
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Lindsey MOYER • 24
A 5-8 Senior
Junior: Played in 13 games and made eight starts ... fifth on team with 14 goals ... scored four goals vs. Edinboro and
had three goals at Kutztown ... had eight ground balls, seven draw controls and two caused turnovers.
Sophomore: Played in 13 games and started three times ... had seven goals and four assists ... had two goals and an
assist vs. Kutztown ... nine ground balls, two draw controls and three caused turnovers.
Freshman: Played in eight games ... had three goals and one assist ... had five ground balls.
Background: Scored more than 25 goals in two seasons as a letterwinner in lacrosse ... majoring in Business
Xeni BARAKOS • 23
D 5-6 Junior
Sophomore: Saw time in 14 games and made three starts ... recorded 14 ground balls, four caused turnovers and
two draw controls.
Freshman: Played in five games ... had one assist, seven ground balls and two draw controls.
Background: Two-time Lancaster-Lebanon Section 2 selection ... team won 2005 section championship and 2006
Lancaster-Lebanon championship ... four-year letterwinner ... also played basketball for four seasons ... vice president of
her junior class ... majoring in Media Communications.
Brittany BISSELL • 27
D 5-5 Junior
Sophomore: Started all 17 games at defender for the Warriors ... had two goals and one assist ... scored first two
goals of career at Wilmington ... 44 ground balls, 16 caused turnovers and two draw controls ... had six ground balls and
three caused turnovers vs. Kutztown ... five ground balls at Georgian Court and Bloomsburg ... four ground balls and
three caused turnovers at home vs. Bloomsburg.
Freshman: Started 13 of the 14 games in which she appeared ... had two assists, 37 ground balls, 18 caused
turnovers and four draw controls ... six ground balls at Millersville ... four ground balls, four draw controls and an assist
Background: All-Central League and All-DelCo honorable mention selection ... earned two letters in lacrosse ... four-
year starter in soccer ... Honor Roll student ... majoring in Exercise Science.
Christine BRADLEY • 28
M 5-10 Junior
Sophomore: First team All-PSAC East selection and named team MVP ... started all 17 games ... led team with 19
assists, second in points (51) and third in goals (32) ... credited with 35 ground balls, 27 draw controls and 17 caused
turnovers ... had seven hat tricks, coming in a span of 12 games ... career-high four goals in 13-12 loss at Shippensburg
... career-high seven points (three goals, four assists) in 22-11 win at Kutztown ... also had four assists and scored two
goals vs. Millersville, and four assists vs. Edinboro ... other three-goal games came at Georgian Court, at Millersville,
vs. West Chester, at Lock Haven and at Shippensburg ... season-highs of six ground balls, five draw controls and four
Freshman: Second team All-PSAC ... started all 18 games ... fourth on team with 16 goals and had eight assists ...
three goals and two assists in 12-9 win vs. Millersville ... scored two goals in three other games ... 45 ground balls, 29
draw controls and 19 caused turnovers.
Background: Played on Upper Atlantic team at national tournament ... three-time Pac-10 conference honoree and
was on the first team as a senior ... scored 166 goals over her final three seasons ... earned four letters in basketball
and two in field hockey ... team captain of all three sports ... National Honor Society and Pac-10 All-Academic team ...
majoring in Elementary and Special Education.
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Morgan KNOWLES • 10
M 5-5 Junior
Cedar Run, N.J./Southern Regional
Sophomore: Played in 16 games and made 15 starts ... fourth on team in goals (22) and points (33) and third with
11 assists ... also had team-high 46 draw controls ... 46 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers ... had three goals and
an assist in 16-15 win at Millersville ... scored a goal in 11 straight games, including seven games with two goals and
three at Millersville ... two goals, three assists vs. Kutztown ... had seven ground balls, six draw controls and two caused
turnovers vs. Bloomsburg and six ground balls, three draw controls and three caused turnovers at Bloomsburg.
Freshman: Played in six games ... had six goals and one assist ... recorded hat trick in win over Kutztown ... picked up
four ground balls.
Background: Four-year letterwinner in lacrosse and field hockey ... school’s scholar-athlete award winner in lacrosse,
field hockey and swimming ... earned team MVP in field hockey and swimming ... field hockey team won 2007 A South
title ... Honor Roll student ... majoring in Marine Biology.
Michelle MANGIARUGA • 4
A 5-2 Junior
North Wales/North Penn
Sophomore: First team All-PSAC East ... led Warriors with 47 goals and 59 points and was second with 12 assists ...
seventh in goals and 10th in points in a single season at ESU ... started all 17 games ... scored in all but one game (22-11
win at Kutztown) and had 14 games with at least two goals ... recorded 10 hat tricks and has 14 in first 24 career games
... had two five-goal games, vs. Shippensburg (13-12 L) and No. 3 Mercyhurst (17-13 L) ... four goals in 16-15 win at
Millersville and 9-6 win at Shippensburg ... four goals and two assists vs. West Chester ... had 25 ground balls, 19 draw
controls and seven caused turnovers.
Freshman: Had 15 goals and six assists in the first seven games of the year ... hat trick in first four career games and
scored four goals at Rollins ... 13 ground balls, 12 draw controls and four caused turnovers.
Background: Played on three Suburban One championship teams ... first team All-Conference as a senior ... voted
most outstanding offensive player ... earned three letters ... Honor Roll student ... majoring in Elementary Education.
Molly O’HARA • 11
A 5-6 Junior
Sophomore: ESU’s second-leading scorer with 35 goals and third on team with 42 points ... started all 17 games ...
had nine hat tricks ... second career five-goal game in 15-11 win vs. Millersville ... scored four goals vs. Belmont Abbey
to start run of five straight hat tricks ... finished year with consecutive hat tricks against Mercyhurst and Bloomsburg ...
recorded 35 ground balls, 11 draw controls and seven caused turnovers.
Freshman: Third on team with 31 goals and 40 points ... second with nine assists ... started all 18 games ... had five
hat tricks ... scored five goals in 10-8 win vs. Shippensburg ... had four goals in close wins over Millersville and IUP ... also
notched three goals at Rollins and Bloomsburg ... had three assists vs. Slippery Rock and Lock Haven ... had 35 ground
balls, 24 draw controls and 12 caused turnovers.
Background: Second team All-Delco as a sophomore and a senior ... four-year starter ... went to state semifinals in
lacrosse ... member of school record relays as a four-year letterwinner in swimming ... Honor Roll student ... majoring in
Health and Physical Education.
Jamie WESZTERGOM • 14
M 5-8 Junior
Sophomore: Started all 17 games ... contributed 11 goals and five assists ... led ESU in caused turnovers (20) and was
second in ground balls (52) and draw controls (33) ... scored four goals vs. Edinboro and had three goals, one assist,
eight ground balls and six draw controls at Kutztown ... scored and added six ground balls and five draw controls in 17-
13 loss to No. 3 Mercyhurst.
Freshman: Started all 18 games ... had 10 goals and eight assists ... also recorded 40 ground balls, 31 draw controls
and 17 caused turnovers ... scored three goals vs. Slippery Rock ... had a goal and three assists vs. Kutztown.
Background: Member of undefeated league championship team in 2005 ... two-time All-League honorable mention
... earned three letters in lacrosse and four in basketball ... Scholar-Athlete ... majoring in Biology.
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Shawna BLICKLE • 13
D 5-4 Sophomore
Freshman: Played in six games and made one start ... had four ground balls and one caused turnover.
Background: First team All-Conference selection ... earned four letters in lacrosse and three in soccer ... team’s
defensive MVP in lacrosse ... second team All-Conference and Coaches Award recipient in soccer ... Honor Roll student ...
member of National Honor Society ... majoring in Health and Physical Education.
Grace GUNKEL • 19
D 5-4 Sophomore
Freshman: Played in seven games ... had six ground balls, one draw control and one caused turnover.
Background: Won three straight Mid-Penn Conference championships and was member of undefeated team as a
senior ... four-year letterwinner ... first team All-Mid-Penn as a senior and second team as a junior ... played volleyball for
three years and basketball for one year ... member of FBLA and Kiwanis Club ... Honor Roll student ... majoring in Health
and Physical Education.
Morgan HALLER • 7
D 5-9 Sophomore
Freshman: Played in three games for the Warriors ... had one ground ball and one draw control.
Background: Four-year letterwinner and two-time team captain in lacrosse ... earned two letters in field hockey ...
team captain and Coaches Award recipient ... editor of the yearbook ... member of band and color guard ... Honor Roll
student ... Scholar-Athlete ... member of National Honor Society ... majoring in Elementary Education.
Stephanie KONNICK • 20
M 5-5 Sophomore
Freshman: Played in eight games ... had three goals and one assist ... scored two goals vs. Edinboro ... four ground
balls, seven draw controls and two caused turnovers.
Background: Four-sport athlete in high school ... three-year letterwinner in lacrosse and two-year letterwinner in
cheerleading ... also played tennis and field hockey ... Honor Roll student ... majoring in Mathematics and Secondary
Molly McLENIGAN • 9
M 5-5 Sophomore
Lafayette Hill/Plymouth Whitemarsh
Freshman: Played in five games ... scored four goals and had two goals at Kutztown ... five ground balls, six draw
controls and one caused turnover.
Background: Team MVP and Coaches Defensive Award recipient ... Suburban District 1 third team ... earned three
letters in lacrosse and two in cross country ... Honor Roll student ... majoring in Exercise Science.
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Ashley MERTEL • 26
A 5-1 Sophomore
Background: Earned four letters in lacrosse and two in soccer at Susquehannock ... played on 11-0 championship
team as a freshman ... Honor Roll student ... major is undeclared.
Maure PERRYMOND • 6
M 5-4 Sophomore
Freshman: Played in six games ... had two goals and one assist ... goal and assist at Wilmington ... scored in 16-15 win
at Millersville ... registered one ground balls, three draw controls and five caused turnovers.
Background: Member of the lacrosse and field hockey teams all four years ... team captain in both sports ... team
MVP in lacrosse ... Honorable Mention All-PAC 10 in field hockey ... Honor Roll student ... member of National Honor
Society ... majoring in Exercise Science.
Kelsey PFAUTZ • 22
M 5-6 Sophomore
Freshman: Played in eight games ... had two goals and three assists ... one goal and two assists at Kutztown ...
recorded five ground balls, three draw controls and one caused turnover.
Background: Earned two letters in lacrosse and one in field hockey ... received local, state and national academic
honors in field hockey ... member of the chorus ... Distinguished/Superior Honor Roll student all four years ... majoring
in Health and Physical Education.
Laura RIEGEL • 2
M/D 5-2 Sophomore
Freshman: First team All-PSAC East and WomensLacrosse.com Division II All-Rookie team selection as a defender
... started all 17 games ... led Warriors with 55 ground balls ... had 27 draw controls and 17 caused turnovers ... also
scored three goals, two at Wilmington and one in a 16-15 win at Millersville ... four games with at least five ground balls,
including season-high seven at Georgian Court.
Background: Four-year letterwinner in lacrosse and soccer ... first team All-PAC 10 selection on defense ... team’s
most improved player in soccer ... also played basketball ... member of SADD ... National Honor Society member ...
majoring in Nursing.
Amanda SIMMS • 00
GK 5-2 Sophomore
Background: Lettered in lacrosse and was member of All-Tournament team ... also participated in basketball, tennis,
volleyball and track and field ... majoring in Health and Physical Education.
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Elizabeth BERARDI • 29
D 5-3 Freshman
Seaside Heights, N.J./Monsignor Donovan
Background: Three-year letterwinner at defensive wing at Monsignor Donovan ... Coaches Award recipient ...
volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters and Christian Service ... Honor Roll student ... majoring in Mathematics and
Kimberly DALY • 15
D 5-1 Freshman
Levittown, N.Y./Division Avenue
Background: Played lacrosse and soccer for four years at Division Avenue ... two-time All-Conference selection and
team captain in lacrosse ... played defender in both sports ... major is undeclared.
Ali GREEN • 1
M/A 5-2 Freshman
North Wales/North Penn
Background: Played on three Suburban One championship teams at North Penn ... two-year letterwinner and
four-year member of lacrosse program ... also ran winter track for one year ... received team’s Unsung Hero Award ...
volunteer for Special Olympics ... received President’s academic award ... Honor Roll student ... majoring in Nursing.
Lauren HOLLIDAY • 8
A 5-3 Freshman
Background: Three-year letterwinner and starter in lacrosse at Neshaminy ... led team in assists as a senior ... earned
one letter in field hockey as member of three straight Suburban One National Conference championship teams ... won
District championship and advanced to round of 16 in state playoffs in 2008 ... member of Homecoming Court ... Gym
Night participant and member of Photography Club ... received school’s Silver Athlete and Scholar-Athlete awards ...
Honor Roll student ... majoring in Health and Physical Education.
Lauren HUMMELL • 12
D 5-8 Freshman
Background: Played on three Suburban One championship teams at North Penn ... two-year letterwinner and three-
year member of lacrosse program ... honorable mention All-League and most improved player as a senior ... volunteer
for Special Olympics ... Honor Roll student ... majoring in Health and Physical Education.
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Jennifer KELLY • 30 Nicole MARIN • 16
D 5-4 Freshman A 5-1 Freshman
Roslyn/Abington Highland Mills, N.Y./
Background: Four-year letterwinner
in lacrosse, basketball and volleyball at Background: Three-year letterwinner
Abington ... first team All-Suburban One at Monroe-Woodbury ... team captain and
and team captain in lacrosse ... third team Coaches Award recipient as a senior ... team’s
All-League and captain in basketball ... Rookie of the Year as a sophomore ... two-
captain of school’s first-ever league playoff year letterwinner as midfielder in soccer ...
volleyball team ... Academic All-America received school’s comprehensive diploma for
selection as a junior ... majoring in Exercise performing community service ... Scholar-
Science. Athlete award recipient ... Honor Roll student
... majoring in Speech Pathology.
Taylor LUCAS • 17 Brianne TOOMEY • 18
D 5-5 Freshman M/A 5-5 Freshman
E. Chalfton/Central Bucks South Brick, N.J./Brick Memorial
Background: Three-year letterwinner Background: Four-year letterwinner in
at Central Bucks South ... first team All- lacrosse and soccer at Brick Memorial ...
Suburban One as a senior and honorable two-year team captain and four-year starter
mention as a sophomore ... two-time in lacrosse ... led team in assists and had 90
team captain and defensive MVP ... total points ... Coaches Award recipient ...
received team’s Determination Award as played on three championship soccer teams
a sophomore ... received academic Best of ... two-year starter in the midfield ... received
Freshman Class Award ... Honor Roll student most improved player award ... member
... majoring in Physical Therapy. of Prom Committee and Homecoming
Committee ... Honor Roll student ... majoring
in Elementary and Special Education.
Nicole MAIORANA • 21 Katie ZOLLO • 43
A 5-8 Freshman GK 5-1 Freshman
Denver/Cocalico Highland Mills, N.Y./
Background: Four-year letterwinner
and three-year starter at Cocalico ... played
Background: Four-year starter in goal
attack and midfield on 2009 section
at Monroe-Woodbury ... first team Times-
championship team ... team won 2006
Herald Record, first team All-Conference and
section and league championships ... four-
made section finals as a senior ... second
year member of basketball team ... member
team Times-Herald Record, honorable
of SADD ... major is undeclared.
mention All-Conference and made section
semifinals as a junior ... made 360 saves
over final two years ... thrower and sprinter
in track and field ... played viola in chamber
orchestra ... Honor Roll student ... majoring in
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2009 SEASON IN REVIEW
Date Opponent Score Goal Scorers
March 3 vs. Pfeiffer L 5-13 Mangiaruga (3), O’Hara (1), Moyer (1)
March 5 vs. Belmont Abbey L 11-18 O’Hara (4), Mangiaruga (3), Knowles (2), Bradley (1), Curran (1)
March 10 *KUTZTOWN W 14-5 O’Hara (3), Knowles (2), Bradley (2), Curran (2), Wesztergom (1), Mangiaruga (1), Moyer (1),
Albie (1), Pfautz (1)
March 14 at Georgian Court L 13-10 O’Hara (3), Bradley (3), Knowles (2), Mangiaruga (1), Foley (1)
March 16 at Wilmington W 22-7 O’Hara (3), Mongiori (3), Riegel (2), Bissell (2), Mangiaruga (2), Foley (2), Albie (2), Curran (1),
Perrymond (1), Moyer (1), Knowles (1), Gebhardt (1), McLenigan (1)
March 18 *at Millersville W 16-15 Mangiaruga (4), Knowles (3), O’Hara (3), Bradley (3), Riegel (1), Konnick (1), Perrymond (1)
March 23 *WEST CHESTER L 23-10 Mangiaruga (4), Bradley (3), Mongiori (1), O’Hara (1), Knowles (1)
March 26 *SHIPPENSBURG L 13-12 Mangiaruga (5), Bradley (4), Knowles (2), Foley (1)
March 28 at Lock Haven L 22-10 O’Hara (3), Mangiaruga (3), Bradley (3), Foley (1)
April 1 *BLOOMSBURG L 13-9 Mangiaruga (3), Bradley (1), Knowles (1), O’Hara (1), Wesztergom (1), Moyer (1), Mongiori (1)
April 5 *at Kutztown W 22-11 Bradley (3), Wesztergom (3), Moyer (3), Gebhardt (3), Mongiori (2), Curran (2), Knowles (2),
McLenigan (2), Pfautz (1), O’Hara (1)
April 7 *MILLERSVILLE W 15-11 O’Hara (5), Bradley (2), Mangiaruga (2), Knowles (2), Foley (2), Curran (1), Moyer (1)
April 11 EDINBORO W 22-7 Wesztergom (4), Moyer (4), Mangiaruga (3), Foley (2), Knowles (2), Curran (2), Konnick (2),
Mongiori (1), Barton (1), McLenigan (1)
April 13 *at West Chester L 20-5 Mangiaruga (2), Bradley (2), O’Hara (1)
April 16 *at Shippensburg W 9-6 Mangiaruga (4), Bradley (3), Knowles (1), Curran (1)
April 19 MERCYHURST L 17-13 Mangiaruga (5), O’Hara (3), Bradley (1), Knowles (1), Wesztergom (1), Moyer (1), Mongiori (1)
April 22 *at Bloomsburg L 18-9 O’Hara (3), Mangiaruga (2), Foley (1), Moyer (1), Wesztergom (1), Bradley (1)
* PSAC East game
2009 ESU Statistics
Player GP G A Pts. GB DC CT Player G Min SV GA SV% GAA
Michelle Mangiaurga 17 47 12 59 25 19 7 Kirstin Mayberry 17 877 178 202 .468 13.81
Molly O’Hara 17 35 7 42 35 11 7 Alexis Landau 5 142 15 30 .333 12.63
Christine Bradley 17 32 19 51 32 27 17 ESU 17 1020 193 232 .454 13.65
Morgan Knowles 16 22 11 33 46 46 10
Lindsey Moyer 13 14 0 14 8 7 2
Jamie Wesztergom 17 11 5 16 52 33 20 2009 ESU Honor Roll
Sara Foley 17 10 5 15 39 20 10
Jessica Curran 17 10 5 15 12 6 0 All-PSAC East Selections
Christina Mongiori 16 9 7 16 16 9 3 Christine Bradley, 1st team
Molly McLenigan 5 4 0 4 5 6 1 Michelle Mangiaruga, 1st team
Jocelyn Gebhardt 8 4 1 5 9 0 0 Laura Riegel, 1st team
Laurin Albie 11 3 0 3 2 5 1
Stephanie Konnick 8 3 1 4 4 7 2 WomensLacrosse.com All-Rookie Team
Brittany Bissell 17 2 1 3 44 2 16 Laura Riegel
Maure Perrymond 6 2 1 3 1 3 5
Kelsey Pfautz 8 2 3 5 5 3 1 ESU ABC Trophy, Inc. Athlete of the Week
Sadie Barton 17 1 0 1 30 1 9 Michelle Mangiaruga (April 21) - 9 goals, 1 assist in two games to
Katie Cook 5 0 0 0 2 4 0 push season total to 45 goals with one game left in the season
Dawn Doherty 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 goals, 1 assist to tie career-high with 6 points in 17-13 loss to No.
Kirstin Mayberry 17 0 0 0 33 0 7 3 Mercyhurst; scored 4 goals in 9-6 win at Shippensburg
Xeni Barakos 14 0 0 0 14 2 4
Shawna Blickle 6 0 0 0 4 0 1
Amanda Mullen 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Morgan Haller 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 Coaches Award
Alexis Landau 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 Kirstin Mayberry
Grace Gunkel 7 0 0 0 6 1 1
ESU 17 214 78 292 487 241 141
Opponents 17 232 101 333
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THE HONOR ROLL
Honor Roll School Records
B i Division All A
Brine Di i i II All-America i G l
P i t
2004 - Leah Quigley (C, 2nd Team)
2002 - Antonia Giannopoulos (AW, 2nd Team) Game Season
2000 - Kristin Restivo (3H, 1st Team); Lynne Junker vs. Montclair 13 1985 Kristin Restivo 87 2000
Megan Macauley (2H, 2nd Team) Suzie Johnson vs. Millersville 11 1970 Antonia Giannopoulos 75 2003
Ann Clifton vs. Wooster 10 1986 Megan Macauley 70 2000
1999 - Kristin Restivo (3H, 2nd Team)
Season Michelle Cottiers 69 2002
Andrea Demidont (CP, 2nd Team)
Kristin Restivo 72 2000 Antonia Giannopoulos 69 2002
1998 - Jen Fluck (DW, 1st Team),
Michelle Cottiers 56 2002 Kristin Restivo 69 1999
Stacey Heisey (G, 2nd Team) Kristin Restivo 56 1999 Leah Quigley 63 2005
1997 - Laurie Glah (CP, 1st Team) Ann Clifton 53 1986 Ann Clifton 63 1986
1996 - Nicolle Sexton (AW, 1st Team) Megan Macauley 52 2000 Leah Quigley 60 2004
1995 - Vicki Vaites (AW, 1st Team) Leah Quigley 49 2004 Michelle Mangiaruga 59 2009
1993 - Denise Groeber (C, 1st Team) Michelle Mangiaruga 47 2009 Nicolle Sexton 54 1995
1983 - Frankie Collins (AW, 1st Team) Kristin Restivo 45 1997 Career
Michelle Cottiers 43 2003 Kristin Restivo 228 1997-00
U.S. Women’s Lacrosse Assn. Division II Antonia Giannopoulos 43 2000 Megan Macauley 201 1997-00
All-America Nicolle Sexton 41 1995 Antonia Giannopoulos 194 2001-03
2000 - Kristin Restivo (3H, 1st Team) Career Leah Quigley 191 2002-05
1999 - Kristin Restivo (3H, 1st Team) Kristin Restivo 189 1997-00 Kim Niles 169 1999-02
1998 - Jen Fluck (DW, 1st Team) Ann Clifton 140 1983-86 Vicki Vaites 168 1993-96
1997 - Laurie Glah (CP, 1st Team), Vicki Vaites 136 1993-96 Renee Maniscalco 160 2005-08
Amy Sette (PT, 1st Team) Megan Macauley 135 1997-00 Michelle Cottiers 157 2001-03
1996 - Amy Sette (PT, 1st Team), Lynne Junker 134 1984-86 Ann Clifton #150 1983-86
Vicki Vaites (AW, 1st Team) Leah Quigley 129 2002-05 Julie Dugan 146 2002-05
Michelle Cottiers 125 2001-03 Katie Fretz 136 2005-08
All-PSAC (first team only, since 1979) Katie Fretz 118 2005-08 Lynne Junker 134 1984-86
2009 - Christine Bradley (A), Michelle Antonia Giannopoulos 116 2001-03 # Assists available only for 1986 season
Mangiaruga (A), Laura Riegel (D) Julie Dugan 115 2002-05
2008 - Janelle Cronmiller (D) Renee Maniscalco 111 2005-08 Saves
2007 - Renee Maniscalco (D) Kim Niles 101 1999-02
2006 - Renee Maniscalco (D), Julie Smith (GK)
2003 - Antonia Giannopoulos (AW) Assists (since 1986) 36, Sandy Stackhouse vs. WCU, 1986
2002 - Michelle Cottiers (1H), Game Julie Smith 268 2006
Leah Quigley (C, Rookie of the Year) Antonia Giannopoulos vs. Scranton 6 2003 Kelly Wagner 222 2001
2000 - Kristin Restivo (3H, Player of Year) Kristin Restivo vs. Philadelphia 6 2000 Ali Hughes 210 1997
Megan Macauley (2H), Andrea Demidont (CP) Kim Niles vs. Kean 6 1999 Julie Smith 206 2005
1999 - Kristin Restivo (3H) Season Ali Hughes 196 1994
1998 - Jen Fluck (DW), Stacey Heisey (G) Antonia Giannopoulos 37 2003 Stacey Heisey 186 1998
Toni Lentz (DW), Megan Macauley (3H) Leah Quigley 30 2005 Kirstin Mayberry 182 2007
1997 - Laurie Glah (CP) Kim Niles 27 2000 Kirstin Mayberry 181 2008
1996 - Nicolle Sexton (AW), Sarah Mills (DW) Antonia Giannopoulos 26 2002 Kelly Wagner 180 2003
1994 - Vicki Vaites (AW) Kelly Lambert 23 2000 Kirstin Mayberry 178 2009
1993 - Denise Groeber (C) Erin Fiedler 21 2004 Stacey Heisey 173 1999
1992 - Stacey Synol (DW) Christine Bradley 19 2009 Nicki Birchard 165 1992
1991 - Jill Lamey (3H), Debbie Luoma (AW) Megan Macauley 19 1999 Career
1990 - Cindi Long (3M) Megan Macauley 18 2000 Kelly Wagner 737 2000-03
Megan Macauley 18 1997 Kirstin Mayberry 541 2007-09
1988 - Niki Romanchik (C)
Renee Maniscalco 16 2008 Ali Hughes 541 1994-95, 97
1987 - Michelle Price (AW)
Renee Maniscalco 15 2005 Julie Smith 474 2005-06
1986 - Ann Clifton (AW)
Antonia Giannopoulos 15 2001 Stacey Heisey 397 1996-99
1985 - Ann Clifton (AW) Kristin Restivo 15 2000
1984 - Lynne Junker (2H) Career
1983 - Frankie Collins (AW)
Antonia Giannopoulos 78 2001-03
Kim Niles 68 1998-01 Game
Top PSAC Finish: 2nd - 2000, 1996, 1985 Megan Macauley 66 1997-00 44, vs. Montclair, 1985
Leah Quigley 62 2002-05 Season
Top National Finish: 4th, U.S. Women’s
Renee Maniscalco 49 2005-08 214 - 2009
Lacrosse Association 1978
Kristin Restivo 39 1997-00 200 - 2000, 2008
Kelly Lambert 33 1998-00 195 - 1985
Michelle Cottiers 32 2001-03
11, 2000 (11-5); 2008 (11-7)
Vicki Vaites 32 1993-96
9, 1998 (9-5)
Julie Dugan 31 2002-05