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  • 2010 Quinnipiac University Womens LacrosseGame #9 - April 1 2010 - 3:00 P.M.

    Quinnipiac Field Hockey & Lacrosse Turf Field - Hamden, Conn.

    QuinnipiacUniversityBOBCATS

    (5-4, 4-0 NEC)

    Mount St. MarysUniversity

    MOUNTAINEERS(4-6, 2-2 NEC)

    vs.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION ON QUINNIPIAC WOMENS

    LACROSSE PLEASE CONTACT:Pat Salvas

    Sports Information Graduate Assistant

    Patrick.Salvas@quinnipiac.eduOffice - 203-582-5387Cellular - 603-714-5046

    Saturdays GameThe Quinnipiac University womens lacrosse team plays host to Mount St. Marys Saturday, April 3, at 11:00 a.m. Senior Day Ceremonies will take place prior to the start of the game as the Bobcats will honor Katie Latonick, Lyndsey Banach, Kaitlyn Vennard, Kelly Bruneau and Brittany Hauser for their dedication to the team during their careers. Quinnipiac is tied atop the Northeast Conference standings with a 4-0 record following a last-second win against Monmouth on Thursday, 8-7.

    Friends of JaclynThe Bobcats will continue their participation in the Friends of Jaclyn College Week Saturday against Mount St. Marys at the Quinnipiac Field Hockey & Lacrosse Turf. Friends of Jaclyn is a non-profit organization geared towards improving the lives of children and their families affected by pediatric brain tumors. The womens lacrosse team is asking spectators to consider donations to the Friends of Jaclyn upon entry to the turf complex. Quinnipiac will also wear Friends of Jaclyn t-shirts during warm-ups with proceeds from purchasing the t-shirts to go directly to the organization.

    Scouting the MountMount St. Marys comes to Quinnipiac having lost its most recent game on Thursday in overtime at Sacred Heart, 9-7. The Mount is led offensively by Ashley Johnson and her team-leading 37 points, which also rank third in the league. Her 30 goals lead the NEC this season as she is averaging a hat trick per game through 10 contests. Jordan Certezas 13 assists are a team high and rank fourth in the league, while Emily Kirby is second on the team and seventh in the NEC with 10 assists. Brigid McTavish is the Mountaineers No. 1 goalkeeper this season, starting all 10 games for the team in 2010. She has posted a 4-6 record this year with a goals-against average of 10.67.

    2010 Northeast Conference Standings School NEC Pct. Overall Pct Streak Home Away Neutral 1. Sacred Heart 5-0 1.000 7-4 .636 W5 3-2 3-2 1-0 Quinnipiac 4-0 1.000 5-4 .556 W4 4-2 1-2 0-0 3. Monmouth 3-1 .750 5-6 .455 L1 4-1 1-5 0-0 4. Robert Morris 3-2 .600 5-5 .500 W1 5-0 0-5 0-0 5. Mount St. Marys 2-2 .500 4-6 .400 L1 3-1 1-4 0-1 Bryant 2-2 .500 2-8 .200 W1 1-3 1-5 0-0 7. St. Francis (PA) 2-3 .400 6-7 .462 L4 3-1 2-6 1-0 8. Wagner 1-3 .250 2-8 .200 W1 1-4 1-3 0-1 9. CCSU 0-4 .000 4-5 .444 L1 2-3 2-2 0-0 Long Island 0-5 .000 1-10 .091 L6 0-4 0-6 1-0

    2010 Quinnipiac University Womens Lacrosse Schedule

    Date Opponent Time March 3 at UConn L, 16-8 March 7 at Brown L, 13-10 March 11 Fairfield L, 14-12 March 13 Bryant * W, 18-10 March 19 Cal Berkeley L, 11-9 March 21 Central Conn. St. * W, 20-4 March 24 Iona W, 19-9 March 26 at Long Island * W, 23-9 April 1 Monmouth * W, 8-7 April 3 Mount St. Marys * 11:00 a.m April 7 at Wagner * 4:00 p.m. April 9 at Robert Morris * 3:00 p.m. April 11 at Saint Francis (Pa.) * 12:00 p.m. April 14 Columbia 4:00 p.m. April 17 at Sacred Heart * 7:00 p.m. April 23 NEC Semi Finals TBA April 25 NEC Finals TBA * Denotes NEC Game NEC Tournament Games Played At Top Seed

  • 2010 Quinnipiac University Womens Lacrosse April 3 Mount St. Marys Hamden, Conn.

    2010 Quinnipiac University Womens Lacrosse Roster No. Name Position Hgt. Cl. Hometown/Last School 1 Chelsea Guerrera Midfield 5-8 Fr. Wantagh, N.Y. (Wantagh) 2 Kaitlyn Vennard Midfield 5-3 Sr. Albany, N.Y. (Guilderland) 3 Lauren Matuszczak Midfield 5-2 Jr. East Longmeadow, Mass. (East Longmeadow) 4 Devon Gibney Midfield 5-5 So. Hopkinton, Mass. (Hopkinton) 5 Dianna Milano Defense 5-7 Fr. Lansdale, Pa. (North Penn H.S,) 6 Mary Kate Manganiello M/D 5-6 Fr. Media, Pa. (Penncrest) 7 Emily Mason Defense 5-7 Fr. Fairfield, Conn. (Fairfield Ludlowe H.S.) 8 Laura Iannotti Attack 5-5 Jr. Rocky Point, N.Y. (Rocky Point) 10 Marissa Caroleo Midfield 5-2 So. North Babylon, N.Y. (North Babylon) 12 Jane Moldovan M/D 5-4 So. Shoreham, N.Y. (Shoreman-Wading River) 13 Sarah Allen Attack 5-6 Fr. Glastonbury, Conn. (Glastonbury) 14 Kelly Bruneau Attack 5-8 Sr. Cheshire, Conn. (Cheshire) 15 Kim Davis Defense 5-3 So. Darien, Conn. (Darien) 16 Katie Latonick* Attack 5-9 Sr. Severna Park, Md. (Archbishop Spalding) 18 Lyndsey Banach Midfield 5-6 Sr. Syracuse, N.Y. (Cicero-North Syracuse) 19 Kaitlyn Kelly Defense 5-9 Jr. North Massapequa, N.Y. (Plainedge) 20 Jackie Keleher Attack 5-0 Fr. Manlius, N.Y. (Fayetteville-Manlius) 21 Christine Sinnigen Attack 5-4 Jr. Sudbury, Mass. (Lincoln-Sudbury Regional) 22 Stephanie Tuorto Defense 5-2 Jr. Kings Park, N.Y. (Kings Park) 23 Brittany Hauser Defense 5-6 Sr. East Northport, N.Y. (Commack) 24 Kiera Carey Defense 5-6 Fr. Long Beach, N.Y. (Sacred Heart Academy) 26 Lexi DeStefano Goalie 5-4 Jr. Brookfield, Conn. (Brookfield) 27 Kelley McDonough M/D 5-3 Jr. Mahopac, N.Y. / Mahopac 28 Jennifer Skipper Attack 5-5 Jr. Centerport, N.Y. (Harborfields) 29 Kayla Hamberry Attack 5-11 Fr. Annapolis, Md. (St. Marys H.S.) 33 Lianne Toomey Attack 5-9 Fr. Hicksville, N.Y. (Hicksville) 34 Noelle Martello Goalie 5-6 So. Westbury, N.Y. (Carle Place) * - Denotes Captain Head Coach: Danie Caro (Colgate 93, Fifth Season) Assistant Coaches: Kate Backman (Central Connecticut 06, Second Season) Meaghan Fitzpatrick (Notre Dame 07, Third Season)

  • 2010 Quinnipiac University Womens Lacrosse April 3 Mount St. Marys Hamden, Conn.

    All-Time Results Yr. NEC Pct. All Pct. Place 1997 N/A N/A 3-4 .429 N/A 1998 1-4 .200 4-9 .308 4th/6 teams 1999 0-5 .000 4-10 .286 6th/6 teams 2000 1-4 .200 5-9 .357 6th/7 teams 2001 1-5 .167 5-9 .357 6th/7 teams 2002 3-4 .429 10-6 .625 5th/8 teams 2003 4-4 .500 8-8 .500 6th/9 teams 2004 5-2 .714 8-9 .471 3rd/8 teams 2005 6-2 .750 8-9 .471 3rd/9 teams 2006 6-2 .750 9-7 .563 3rd/9 teams 2007 5-3 .625 7-9 .438 4th/9 teams 2008 7-1 .875 9-5 .643 1st/9 teams 2009 7-1 .875 12-2 .857 1st/9 teams NEC ALL TOT 46-37 .566 92-95 .492 Div. I 46-37 .566 89-91 .494

    Latonicks Late Heroics Latonicks only goal of the game against Monmouth may have been the biggest of her career. With five seconds remaining, the Bobcats team captain netted the game-winning goal to help Quinnipiac remain undefeated in NEC play. Holding the ball for much of the final minute, the fifth-year player was looking for an open teammate, but made the move to the front of the net to score the winner herself.

    Thats Taking ChargeHauser may not show up with an assist in the box score, but her taken-charge with just over two minutes remaining in the game allowed the Bobcats to hold for the final possession. The senior defender planted her feet and took a charge from Monmouths Rachel Feirstein at the side of the net for the caused turnover. Latonick scored two minutes later to win the game.

    Senior StatsThis years senior class has been one of the best in Quinnipiac program history. Posting 35 overall wins during their careers, this class is just one victory away from tying the record for wins in a four-year stretch. Also during this time period, the Bobcats have gone 23-5 in NEC play through this weekend and have claimed two Regular Season Championships.

    Gibneys Clutch TooSophomore Devon Gibney scored the tying goal on a free-position shot with 4:44 remaining in the game. The goal was the second of the match for Gibney who scored the final goal of the first half for the Bobcats. After briefly trailing 7-6, Gibneys goal evened the score for Quinnipiac and set up for the dramatic final minutes of play.

    She Can Do It AllJunior Lauren Matuszczak scored once and added two assists against the Hawks. She also had three draw controls and three caused turnovers in the game.

    Full 60For the first time in her college career, junior Lexi DeStefano played all 60 minutes in goal. DeStefano came up big for the Bobcats in the second half; recording five of her seven saves in the final 30 minutes. In one sequence, she stopped three Monmouth shots with the clock under 10 minutes remaining in the game.

    Six in 30Sophomore Devon Gibney scored all six of her goals against the Blackbirds in the first half. All of her goals came in a 17-plus minute stretch of the first half that helped the Bobcats pull away for the big win. Four of the goals came from the free-position shot as she was perfect in the game with the opportunity.

    Helping HandKatie Latonick leads the team and NEC with 22 assists this season. Her 2.44 assists per game is tops in the conference, while she sits fifth in the nation in assists per game. Latonick now has 88 career assists. tying her for fifth amongst active Division I players.

  • 2010 Quinnipiac University Womens Lacrosse April 3 Mount St. Marys Hamden, Conn.

    2010 Quinnipiac Women's LacrosseQuinnipiac Combined Team Statistics

    All games (as of Apr 02, 2010)

    RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRALALL GAMES 5-4 4-2 1-2 0-0CONFERENCE 4-0 3-0 1-0 0-0NON-CONFERENCE 1-4 1-2 0-2 0-0

    Date Opponent Score Att.Mar 03 at Connecticut L 8-16 71Mar 07 at Brown L 10-13 28703/11/1FAIRFIELD L 12-14 124

    * 03/13/1BRYANT W 18-10 10303/19/1CALIFORNIA L 9-11 215

    * 03/21/1CCSU W 20-4 10803/24/1IONA W 19-9 86

    * 03/26/1at Long Island W 23-9 89* 04/01/1MONMOUTH W 8-7 121

    TEAM STATISTICS QU OPPSHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts 127-231 93-234 Goals scored per gam