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Dan Fisher

Assistant Director, NESCAC


100 Venture Way - Box 13
Hadley, MA 01035
P: (413) 587-2078
F: (413) 587-2167
www.nescac.com daniel.fisher@trincoll.edu

WOMEN’S LACROSSE Weekly Release #7 - April 26, 2010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Recent Results 2010 Standings NESCAC Overall


Monday, April 19 W L W% GF GA W L W% GF GA
Bates 19 at UNE 6 1 Trinity 7 1 .875 98 59 12 1 .923 168 93
2 Colby 6 2 .750 86 72 11 2 .846 163 101
Tuesday, April 20
3 Bowdoin 5 2 .714 79 77 9 4 .692 163 123
Springfield 8 at Williams 13
Amherst 13 at Skidmore 7 4 Amherst 5 3 .625 61 65 9 4 .692 120 97
Tufts 5 3 .625 104 89 10 3 .769 183 136
Thursday, April 22 6 Middlebury 4 4 .500 91 71 6 6 .500 135 115
Trinity 18 at E. Conn. St. 6 Williams 4 4 .500 76 80 9 5 .643 145 124
Wheaton 6 at Tufts 16 8 Bates 2 5 .286 68 77 6 6 .500 146 114
Springfield 13 at Conn. College 17 9 Connecticut College 1 7 .125 74 114 6 7 .462 146 163
10 Wesleyan 0 8 .000 78 111 3 10 .231 138 166
Saturday, April 24
Colby 19 at Conn. College 11 *
Wesleyan 9 at Amherst 10 OT * Women’s Lacrosse Player of the Week
Bowdoin 13 at Williams 12 3OT *
Trinity 10 at Bates 5 * Lily Nguyen, Middlebury
Tufts 9 at Middlebury 13 * (Sophomore, Goalkeeper - Oakland, Calif.)
Nguyen played a critical role in the Panthers’ 13-9 win over Tufts on Saturday,
Upcoming Games making 14 saves for a .609 save percentage. She recorded some big saves during
Tuesday, April 27 a key stretch in the second half, as Middlebury held the team with the highest scor-
Bowdoin at Bates 7:00 * ing average in the conference to five goals below their season average. Nguyen
currently leads the NESCAC in save percentage at .527.
Wednesday, April 28
Middlebury at Skidmore 7:00
Notes: Trinity College has earned the top seed in the upcoming 2010 NESCAC Women’s La-
crosse Championship. The Bantams locked up the top seed for the first time in program history on
Friday, April 30 Saturday with a 10-5 win at Bates combined with Tufts’ loss at Middlebury. In addition to Trinity securing
Conn. College at Wesleyan 3:00 * the number-one seed, Colby guaranteed itself a home game in the quarterfinals on Sunday, May 2.
Williams at Middlebury 4:30 * Still in the hunt for a home first round game are Amherst, Bowdoin, and Tufts. Winners of Sunday’s
Trinity at Amherst 6:00 * quarterfinal action advance to the semifinals on Saturday, May 8, at the highest remaining seed...
Bates at Colby 7:00 * Amherst sophomore attacker Allie Horwitz (Woodbridge, Conn.) posted four goals in a 2-0 week for
the Jeffs, scoring both game-winners. Against Wesleyan on Saturday, Horwitz’s third goal of the day
Tufts at Bowdoin 7:00 *
proved to be the decisive one, as Amherst earned a 10-9 win in overtime...Bates sophomore attacker
Joan O’Neill (Westwood, Mass.) led the Bobcats in scoring during a 1-1 week with five goals and four
Sunday, May 2 assists. She has tallied multiple goals in 11 consecutive games and currently leads the team in goals
2010 NESCAC WOMEN’S LACROSSE (33) and assists (18)...Bowdoin first year attacker Carolyn Gorajek (Highstown, N.J.) collected four
CHAMPIONSHIP - Quarterfinals goals, including the game-winner in the third overtime, as the Polar Bears won 13-12 at Williams on
No. 8 TBA at No. 1 Trinity 12:00 Saturday...Colby senior midfielder Kathleen Kramer (Norwell, Mass.) had a collegiate-high seven goals
TBA at Colby 12:00 along with an assist in the Mules’ 19-11 victory over Connecticut College on Saturday. Her seven goals
TBA at TBA 12:00 came on 10 shots, as she went over 100 career points in the game (83-21-104). Kramer also recorded
three draw controls, two ground balls, and one caused turnover...Connecticut College sophomore
TBA at TBA 12:00
midfielder Hope Barone (North Kingstown, R.I.) had eight goals, three assists, eight draw controls,
four ground balls, and two caused turnovers in a 1-1 week for the Camels. Barone had an impressive
* - NESCAC five goals and three assists to lead her team past Springfield 17-13 on Thursday...Trinity sophomore
midfielder Liz Bruno (Andover, Mass.) netted four goals, seven ground balls, and 10 caused turnovers
in a 2-0 week for the Bantams...Tufts sophomore Casey Egan (Massapequa, N.Y.) scored three goals
with six assists for nine points in a 1-1 week for the Jumbos. She also had two caused turnovers...
Wesleyan first year Catherine Taibi (Upper Montclair, N.J.) capped a Cardinal comeback on Saturday
at Amherst with her second goal of the game with only 1:42 left in regulation. Wesleyan scored three
times to force overtime but could not get the game-winner, falling 10-9...Williams first year attacker
Sam Weinstein (Marblehead, Mass.) was responsible for 11 of the Ephs’ 25 goals during a split week.
Six of her 11 tallies came during a 13-12, triple-overtime setback to Bowdoin on Saturday. Weinstein
leads Williams in goals with 38 so far this season.

AMHERST · BATES · BOWDOIN · COLBY · CONNECTICUT COLLEGE · HAMILTON · MIDDLEBURY · TRINITY · TUFTS · WESLEYAN · WILLIAMS
New England Small College Athletic Conference WOMEN’S LACROSSE Weekly Release #7 - April 26, 2010

2010 NESCAC WOMEN’S LACROSSE STATISTICS


Through games of April 25, 2010 (All games)
TEAM STATISTICS
GOALS PER GAME GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE
## Team GP No. Avg/G ## Team GP GA Minutes GAA
1. Tufts 13 183 14.08 1. Trinity 13 93 780:00 7.15
2. Trinity 13 168 12.92 2. Amherst 13 97 786:00 7.40
3. Colby 13 163 12.54 3. Colby 13 101 783:00 7.74
Bowdoin 13 163 12.54 4. Williams 14 124 850:40 8.75
5. Bates 12 146 12.17 5. Bowdoin 13 123 798:26 9.24
6. Middlebury 12 135 11.25 6. Bates 12 114 727:04 9.41
7. Connecticut College 13 146 11.23 7. Middlebury 12 115 723:00 9.54
8. Wesleyan 13 138 10.62 8. Tufts 13 136 780:00 10.46
9. Williams 14 145 10.36 9. Connecticut College 13 163 790:50 12.37
10. Amherst 13 120 9.23 10. Wesleyan 13 166 799:46 12.45

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS GOALTENDER STATISTICS


POINTS PER GAME GOALS AGAINST AVG (Max. 20.00)
## Player-Team CL GP G A Pts. Avg/G ## Player-Team CL GP GA Min. GAA
1. Emily Johnson-TUF SR 13 43 15 58 4.46 1. Stephanie Fisher-TRI SO 6 35 321:50 6.53
2. Joan O’Neill-BAT SO 12 33 18 51 4.25 2. Lamia Harik-AMH SO 13 97 784:29 7.42
3. Rachel Romanowsky-TRI JR 11 25 17 42 3.82 3. Gina Dinallo-TRI SO 8 56 450:00 7.47
4. Amy Campbell-COL SR 13 38 10 48 3.69 4. Sarah Warnke-COL JR 13 87 656:17 7.95
5. Casey Egan-TUF SO 13 27 18 45 3.46 5. Julia Schreiber-WIL JR 14 115 822:09 8.39
6. Lara Kozin-TUF SO 13 24 20 44 3.38 6. Tara Connolly-BOW FR 13 105 676:55 9.31
7. Allie Lynch-WES JR 13 6 36 42 3.23 7. Lily Nguyen-MID SO 12 113 715:41 9.47
Jenna Abelli-TUF SR 13 32 10 42 3.23 8. Mara Krueger-BAT JR 12 107 663:26 9.68
9. Dana Heritage-MID SR 12 29 8 37 3.08 9. Sara Bloom-TUF JR 13 120 703:22 10.24
10. Caitlin Irvine-TRI JR 13 30 9 39 3.00 10. Ashleigh Kowtoniuk-CONN SO 11 127 656:55 11.60

GOALS PER GAME SAVE PERCENTAGE


## Player-Team CL GP No. Avg/G ## Player-Team CL GP GA Saves SavePct
1. Emily Johnson-TUF SR 13 43 3.31 1. Lily Nguyen-MID SO 12 113 126 .527
2. Amy Campbell-COL SR 13 38 2.92 2. Julia Schreiber-WIL JR 14 115 127 .525
3. Joan O’Neill-BAT SO 12 33 2.75 3. Sarah Warnke-COL JR 13 87 94 .519
4. Sam Weinstein-WIL FR 14 38 2.71 4. Tara Connolly-BOW FR 13 105 106 .502
5. Hope Barone-CONN SO 13 32 2.46 5. Lamia Harik-AMH SO 13 97 93 .489
Jenna Abelli-TUF SR 13 32 2.46 6. Stephanie Fisher-TRI SO 6 35 32 .478
7. Dana Heritage-MID SR 12 29 2.42 7. Ashleigh Kowtoniuk-CONN SO 11 127 116 .477
8. Caitlin Irvine-TRI JR 13 30 2.31 8. Gina Dinallo-TRI SO 8 56 51 .477
9. Rachel Romanowsky-TRI JR 11 25 2.27 9. Maggie Drowica-WES SO 13 153 129 .457
10. Katie Stewart-BOW SO 13 29 2.23 10. Mara Krueger-BAT JR 12 107 76 .415

ASSISTS PER GAME SAVES PER GAME


## Player-Team CL GP No. Avg/G ## Player-Team CL GP No. Avg/G
1. Allie Lynch-WES JR 13 36 2.77 1. Ashleigh Kowtoniuk-CONN SO 11 116 10.55
2. Kelley Trapp-AMH JR 13 27 2.08 2. Lily Nguyen-MID SO 12 126 10.50
3. Kaitlin Ellis-WIL SO 13 23 1.77 3. Maggie Drowica-WES SO 13 129 9.92
4. Lara Kozin-TUF SO 13 20 1.54 4. Julia Schreiber-WIL JR 14 127 9.07
5. Joan O’Neill-BAT SO 12 18 1.50 5. Tara Connolly-BOW FR 13 106 8.15
Sara Christopher-CONN SR 13 18 1.38 6. Sarah Warnke-COL JR 13 94 7.23
Casey Egan-TUF SO 13 18 1.38 7. Lamia Harik-AMH SO 13 93 7.15
8. Rachel Romanowsky-TRI JR 11 17 1.55 8. Sara Bloom-TUF JR 13 84 6.46
9. Claire Donegan-COL SO 13 16 1.23 9. Gina Dinallo-TRI SO 8 51 6.38
10. Emily Johnson-TUF SR 13 15 1.15 10. Mara Krueger-BAT JR 12 76 6.33

Abbreviation Code
Amherst AMH Middlebury MID
Bates BAT Trinity TRI
Bowdoin BOW Tufts TUF
Colby COL Wesleyan WES
Connecticut College CONN Williams WIL