2015 MEDIA SUPPLEMENT

2015 MEDIA SUPPLEMENT
TABLE OF CONTENTS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Florida Lacrosse
Quick Facts.............................................................................. 2
Media Information................................................................. 3
Schedule...................................................................................4
Opponent Information....................................................5-6
Roster........................................................................................ 7
Radio/TV Spotter’s Chart............................................ 8-10
BIG EAST Conference................................................... 11-12
Personnel
Head Coach Amanda O’Leary................................... 13-14
Assistant Coach Erica LaGrow........................................ 15
Assistant Coach Michelle Tumolo..................................16
Student-Athlete Biographies.................................... 17-43
Administration/Support Staff........................................44
2014 Season Recap
Season Review..............................................................45-46
Statistical Leaders and Highlights................................ 47
History
Florida Lacrosse Timeline................................................48
Lacrosse 101...........................................................................48
Individual Game, Season, Career Records.......... 49-52
Team, Opponent Game Records................................... 53
Team Records & Program Totals...................................54
Misc. Records & Streaks.................................................... 55
Season-by-Season Statistics...................................56-60
All-Time Results............................................................. 61-62
Honors and Awards.....................................................63-64
All-Time Roster.....................................................................65
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Upon request, for individuals with documented
print-related disabilities, this publication is
available in alternate format. Contact the UAA at
(352) 375-4683, ext. 6100 for more information. For
people with speech and hearing impairments, when
trying to call a department which does not list a TDD
number, please contact the Florida Relay Service at
1-800-955-8771 (TDD).
University of Florida
Location........................................................... Gainesville, Fla.
Founded................................................................................1853
Enrollment.......................................................................49,042
President.................................................... Dr. W. Kent Fuchs
Athletic Director......................................... Jeremy N. Foley
Senior Associate AD/Women’s Sports..... Lynda Tealer
Conference................................................................ BIG EAST
Nickname......................................................................... Gators
Colors............................................................Orange and Blue
Home Field................Donald R. Dizney Stadium (1,500)
Playing Surface.................................................Natural Grass
Florida Lacrosse
Head Coach................................................. Amanda O’Leary
Record........................................ 243-86 overall; 81-21 at UF
Assistant Coaches............................................ Erica LaGrow
Michelle Tumolo
Athletic Trainer............................................... Jessica Mateer
Strength/Conditioning Coordinator............Karin Werth
Academic Advisor.......................................... Caleb Sorgius
Program Coordinator........................................Marci Brown
Lacrosse Phone.......................(352) 375-4683, ext. 5400
First Varsity Season......................................................... 2010
Florida Communications
Senior Associate Athletic Directors.......... Mary Howard
Steve McClain
Assistant Athletic Directors........................ Norm Carlson
Associate Communications Directors....Kathy Cafazzo
John Hines
Assistant Communications Directors.............Dan Apple
Denver Parler
Kelly Reynolds
Ryan Schmitz
Communications Interns..........................Rachel Labosky,
Kyle Oland, Will Pantages
Communications Phone....... (352) 375-4683, ext. 6100
Communications Fax................................. (352) 375-4809
Web Site...............................................www.GatorZone.com
Mailing Address............................................. P.O. Box 14485
Gainesville, FL 32604-2485
Overnight Address...........................Gale Lemerand Drive
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium/Central Receiving
Gainesville, FL 32611
Media Supplement Credits
The 2015 Florida lacrosse media supplement was
written, designed and edited by Kyle Oland.
Photography: Jim Burgess, Tim Casey, Matt
Pendleton, Greg Wall
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 2
MEDIA INFORMATION // FLORIDA LACROSSE
COVERING THE GATORS
Media covering Gator Lacrosse in need of assistance beyond this media supplement —
­­ interviews, credentials,
photography, etc. — should contact:
Kyle Oland, Communications Intern
Email: [email protected]
Office Phone: (352) 692-6493, ext. 6175
Cell Phone: (240) 429-0302
Press Box: (352) 371-2115
Credentials:
Credentials for members of the media to all regular-season home games can be obtained through the
Communications Office. Beat writers and photographers will be issued a single pass for the entire season.
Requests for single-game credentials should be made via email through Kyle Oland.
Photographers & Videographers:
Only accredited photographers and videographers working on assignment will be issued credentials to access
the designated sideline camera locations.
Press Services:
Members of the media are supplied with weekly release packages, which contain updated statistics, features
and information on what is ahead. On game day, the communications staff will distribute immediate results, pregame notes, statistics and other pertinent information.
Interviews: All interviews for head coach Amanda O’Leary, assistant coaches Erica LaGrow and Michelle
Tumolo, and all student-athletes must be coordinated through Kyle Oland. Unless otherwise specified, postgame interviews will be held after each game, and additional in-person and phone interviews can be scheduled
through Kyle Oland for non-game days. Requests should be submitted at least 24 hours in advance. Head
coach Amanda O’Leary also frequently attends the All-Sports Press Conference on Monday mornings during
the season. Video of the press conference is available later in the afternoon at www.GatorZone.com.
GatorZone.com:
Game stories, game notes, news releases, schedules, results, statistics, history and much more can be found on
the University Athletic Association’s home page at www.GatorZone.com.
Facility:
The Lacrosse Facility is located at Hull Road and Natural Acre Drive, just south of Katie Seashole Pressly
Softball Stadium. Admission to all home regular-season games is free. Parking is available at the Facility.
Gators in the News:
From the tip of the Panhandle and down through Miami, the University of Florida athletic program attracts
statewide interest from newspapers, magazines, television, websites and radio stations. UF holds its fair share
of the national spotlight too, as media outlets such as ESPN, USA Today and Sports Illustrated track the
progress of not only the highly-touted football and men’s basketball teams, but also the careers of the many
Gator world-class athletes. Locally, more than a dozen media outlets regularly cover the Gators. In addition
to daily coverage from the local media, many of the state’s larger papers such as the Orlando Sentinel, Palm
Beach Post and the Tampa Bay Times employ beat writers who live in Gainesville year-round for the sole
purpose of covering Gator athletic teams. The UF Communications Department also helps student-athletes’
hometown media follow the careers of Gators from their area.
GatorZone TV:
Beginning its 13th season this fall, GatorZone features all the latest news and information on Gator athletics.
Join hosts Jeff Cardozo and Megan Parler every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. on Sun Sports as they keep you up-todate on all things Orange and Blue. Plus, enjoy in-depth coverage of your favorite Gator student-athletes, as the
GatorVision staff highlights their accomplishments both on and off the field.
GatorVision Online:
GatorVision Online is a live streaming video service available through the official website of the Florida Gators,
www.GatorZone.com. This service allows fans to subscribe on a monthly or yearly basis for live and archived
Gator programming. It is recommended that users have the latest version of Windows Media Player to ensure
the best quality. To see an event or to get more information, just click on the GatorVision Online button at www.
GatorZone.com, the official website of the Florida Gators. Pricing information for GatorVision can also be found
at www.gatorvision.tv.
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 3
SCHEDULE // FLORIDA LACROSSE
DateOpponent
2015 SCHEDULE
Feb. 7 North Carolina
Feb. 11 Jacksonville
Feb. 14 Michigan
Feb. 20 San Diego State
Feb. 28 Dartmouth
March 3 Loyola
March 7 Niagara
March 10 Syracuse
March 14 Maryland
March 17 Stony Brook
March 22
* Vanderbilt
March 28
* Temple
April 4
* Georgetown
April 8
* Marquette
April 11
* Villanova
April 15
* Cincinnati
April 18
* Connecticut
April 30-May 2 BIG EAST Tournament
May 8-10 NCAA First & Second Rounds
May 16-17 NCAA Quarterfinals
May 22 NCAA Semifinals
May 24 NCAA Finals
* BIG EAST opponent Location
Gainesville, Fla.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville, Fla.
College Park, Md.
Gainesville, Fla.
Nashville, Tenn.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Gainesville, Fla.
Milwaukee, Wis.
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville, Fla.
Storrs, Conn.
Storrs, Conn.
Campus Sites
Campus Sites
Philadelphia, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Time
11:30 a.m.
7:00 p.m.
1 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
1 p.m.
1 p.m.
1 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
12 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
12 p.m.
1 p.m.
12 p.m.
11:30 a.m.
1 p.m.
12 p.m.
12 p.m.
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
All times EASTERN
On the Road:
Since their inaugural season in 2010, the Gators have crossed the country, playing 35 regular-season away
games in 12 different states, and traveling a total of 28,182 miles - the equivalent of walking from the West
Coast to the East Coast nine times. The 12 states Florida has played in during the regular season away from
the friendly confines of Donald R. Dizney Stadium are: North Carolina (6), Florida (5), Maryland (5), New
York (4), Illinois (3), Ohio (3), Pennsylvania (3), Tennessee (2), D.C. (1), New Hampshire (1), Oregon (1) and
Virginia (1).
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 4
OPPONENT INFORMATION // FLORIDA LACROSSE
North Carolina
Location
Chapel Hill, N.C.
Enrollment������������������������������������������������������������� 18,503
Chancellor������������������������������������������������������� Carol Folt
Athletic Director�����������������������Bubba Cunningham
Nickname����������������������������������������������������������Tar Heels
Colors........................................Carolina Blue & White
Conference................................Atlantic Coast (ACC)
Facility����������������������������������������������������������Fetzer Field
Head Coach������������������������������������������������� Jenny Levy
Assistant Coaches�������������������������������������Phil Barnes,
Katrina Dowd
2014 Records��������������������������������������� 15-5 (5-2 ACC)
Lacrosse SID���������������������������������������������Matt Bowers
Phone������������������������������������������������ (919) 962-7259
Email.....................................[email protected]
Website............................................... TarHeelBlue.com
Series........................................................UNC leads, 4-1
Last Meeting��������������������������������� UNC, 20-8, 2/8/14
Feb. 7 in Gainesville
Dartmouth
Location���������������������������������������������������� Hanover, N.H.
Enrollment�������������������������������������������������������������� 4,200
President���������������������������������������������� Philip J. Hanlon
Athletics Director����������������������������������Harry Sheehy
Nickname��������������������������������������������������������Big Green
Colors............................... Dartmouth Green & White
Conference���������������������������������������������������Ivy League
Facility.............................................. Scully-Fahey Field
Head Coach������������������������������������������������Amy Patton
Assistant Coaches��������������������Christine Anneberg,
Jessica Drummond, Nicole Moore
2014 Records��������������������������� 6-8 (3-4 Ivy League)
Lacrosse SID������������������������������������������������� Pat Salvas
Phone����������������������������������������������(603) 646-9340
Email...................[email protected]
Website....................................DartmouthSports.com
Series��������������������������������������������������������� UF leads, 3-0
Last Meeting��������������������������������������UF, 14-7, 3/18/14
Feb. 28 in Gainesville
Maryland.............. March 14 in College Park
Location............................................. College Park, Md.
Enrollment�������������������������������������������������������������37, 361
President����������������������������������������������� Wallace D. Loh
Athletics Director����������������������������� Kevin Anderson
Nickname............................................. Terps, Terrapins
Colors............................................White, Black & Gold
Conference���������������������������������������������������������� Big Ten
Facility...........................Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex
Head Coach�����������������������������������������������Cathy Reese
Assistant Coaches�������������������������������������Lauri Kenis,
Caitlyn McFadden
2014 Records���������������������������������������� 23-1 (6-1 ACC)
Lacrosse SID�������������������������������������������������� Jordi Fick
Phone�������������������������������������������������(301) 314-7064
Email�������������������������������������������������� [email protected]
Website�����������������������������������������������������UMTerps.com
Series��������������������������������������������������������� First Meeting
Jacksonville............Feb. 11 in Jacksonville
Stony Brook
March 17 in Gainesville
Location
Jacksonville, Fla.
Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������3,936
President����������������������������������������������������������� Tim Cost
Director of Athletics����������������������������Brad Edwards
Nickname���������������������������������������������������������� Dolphins
Colors�������������������������������������������������������� Green & Gold
Conference................................ Atlantic Sun (A-Sun)
Facility.................................................... D.B. Milne Field
Head Coach�������������������������������������������Mindy McCord
Assistant Coaches��������������������������������� Paul McCord,
Mikey Meagher
2014 Records����������������������������������� 14-6 (5-0 A-Sun)
Lacrosse SID�������������������������������Monyae Williamson
Phone������������������������������������������������(904) 256-7918
Email............................................. [email protected]
Website................................................ JUDolphins.com
Series��������������������������������������������������������� UF leads, 5-0
Last Meeting������������������������������������� UF, 21-5, 2/12/14
Loyola
Location�������������������������������������������������� Baltimore, Md.
Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������� 3,917
President................................Rev. Brian Linnane, S.J.
Director of Athletics����������������������������� Jim Paquette
Nickname����������������������������������������������������Greyhounds
Colors�������������������������������������������������������� Green & Grey
Conference������������������������������������������� Patriot League
Facility.................................. Ridley Athletic Complex
Head Coach��������������������������������������������������Jen Adams
Assistant Coaches���������������������������������Dana Dobbie,
Caroline Hager
2014 Records...................16-6 (8-0 Patriot League)
Lacrosse SID����������������������������������� Amanda McClure
Phone��������������������������������������������������(410) 617-2777
Email.................................... [email protected]
Website..................................LoyolaGreyhounds.com
Series��������������������������������������������������������� UF leads, 2-0
Last Meeting������������������������������������� UF, 14-13, 3/4/14
March 3 in Gainesville
Location..............................................Stony Brook, N.Y.
Enrollment������������������������������������������������������������� 24,149
President............................Samuel L. Stanley Jr., MD
Athletics Director������������������������������������������ Jim Fiore
Nickname�������������������������������������������������������Seawolves
Colors.................................................. Red, Blue & Gray
Conference��������������������������������������������American East
Facility.................................................. LaValle Stadium
Head Coach������������������������������������������������Joe Spallina
Assistant Coaches�����������������������������Caitlin Defliese,
Jill Byers, Demmianne Cook
2014 Records.....................17-4 (4-1 American East)
Lacrosse SID�������������������������������������� Beth Ann Clyde
Phone������������������������������������������������ (631) 632-6328
Email............... [email protected]
Website............................................ GoSeawolves.com
Series��������������������������������������������������������� UF leads, 3-0
Last Meeting�����������������������������������������UF, 14-1, 3/1/14
Michigan
Vanderbilt
March 22 in Nashville
Location.............................................. Ann Arbor, Mich.
Enrollment������������������������������������������������������������� 41,942
President........................................ Mary Sue Coleman
Director of Athletics��������������������������� Dave Brandon
Nickname������������������������������������������������������Wolverines
Colors��������������������������������������������������������� Maize & Blue
Conference���������������������������������������������������������� Big Ten
Facility...............................................Michigan Stadium
Head Coach������������������������������������������Jennifer Ulehla
Assistant Coaches���������������������������������� Becca Block,
Whitney Michele
2014 Records���������������������������������������4-13 (0-6 ALC)
Lacrosse SID���������������������������������������� Whitney Dixon
Phone����������������������������������������������� (734) 936-8746
Email......................................... [email protected]
Website���������������������������������������������������� MGoBlue.com
Series���������������������������������������������������������� UF leads, 1-0
Last Meeting������������������������������������� UF, 20-4, 3/8/14
Niagara
Location.................................... Niagra University, N.Y.
Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������3,853
President����������������������������������������������James J. Maher
Athletic Director����������������������������������������Simon Gray
Nickname������������������������������������������������ Purple Eagles
Colors......................................................Purple & White
Conference������������������������������������������������������������ MAAC
Facility������������������������������������������������������� Niagara Field
Head Coach���������������������������������������������Wendy Stone
Assistant Coaches������������������������������������������Jill Maier,
Robert Stone
2014 Records�������������������������������������7-9 (5-4 MAAC)
Lacrosse SID���������������������������������������� Michelle Kokot
Phone������������������������������������������������ (716) 286-8592
Email...................................... [email protected]
Website.............................................PurpleEagles.com
Series��������������������������������������������������������� First Meeting
March 7 in Gainesville
Location������������������������������������������������ Nashville, Tenn.
Enrollment��������������������������������������������������������������� 6,738
Chancellor����������������������������������������� Nicholas Zeppos
Vice Chancellor��������������������������������David Williams II
Nickname�������������������������������������������������Commodores
Colors��������������������������������������������������������� Black & Gold
Conference����������������������������������������������������� BIG EAST
Facility........ Vanderbilt Soccer/Lacrosse Complex
Head Coach��������������������������������������������Cathy Swezey
Associate Head Coach������������������������������Susan Ellis
Assistant Coach............Beth Hewitt, Julie Gardner
2014 Records����������������������������������������5-12 (2-4 ALC)
Lacrosse SID����������������������������������Jerome Boettcher
Phone���������������������������������������������������(615) 322-4121
Email............. [email protected]
Website......................................VUCommodores.com
Series��������������������������������������������������������� UF leads, 4-2
Last Meeting�������������������������������������UF, 14-9, 4/13/14
San Diego State Feb. 20 in Gainesville
Syracuse
March 10 in Gainesville
Temple
Feb. 14 in Gainesville
Location���������������������������������������������� San Diego, Calif.
Enrollment������������������������������������������������������������ 32,396
President.........................................Dr. Elliot Hirshman
Athletic Director�������������������������������������������� Jim Sterk
Nickname�������������������������������������������������������������� Aztecs
Colors......................................................Scarlet & Black
Conference��������������������������������������������������������������MPSF
Facility.........................................Aztec Lacrosse Field
Head Coach������������������������������������������������Kylee White
Assistant Coaches���������������������������������Brandi Jones,
Nicole Price
2014 Records������������������������������������ 7-10 (4-5 MPSF)
Lacrosse SID���������������������������������������������Eric Harding
Phone������������������������������������������������(619) 594-5549
Email................................[email protected]
Website���������������������������������������������������GoAztecs.com
Series��������������������������������������������������������� First Meeting
Location����������������������������������������������������Syracuse, N.Y.
Enrollment������������������������������������������������������������� 13,850
Chancellor�����������������������������������������Dr. Nancy Cantor
Athletics Director������������������������������� Dr. Daryl Gross
Nickname������������������������������������������������������������� Orange
Colors�������������������������������������������������������������������� Orange
Conference���������������������������������������������������������������� ACC
Facility�������������������������������������������������������Carrier Dome
Head Coach�����������������������������������������������������Gary Gait
Assistant Coaches���������������������������������Regy Thorpe,
Katie Rowan, Brett Queener
2014 Records���������������������������������������� 21-3 (6-1 ACC)
Lacrosse SID��������������������������������������Susie Mehringer
Phone������������������������������������������������(315) 443-2608
Email............................................ [email protected]
Website................................................SUAthletics.com
Series��������������������������������������������������������� SU leads, 2-4
Last Meeting������������������������������������SU, 17-12, 3/15/14
March 28 in Philadelphia
Location���������������������������������������������� Philadelphia, Pa.
Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������3,936
President������������������������������������������ Dr. Neil Theobald
Athletic Director���������������������������������������� Kevin Clark
Nickname������������������������������������������������������������������Owls
Colors..................................................... Cherry & White
Conference����������������������������������������������������� BIG EAST
Facility�������������������������������������������������������� Geasey Field
Head Coach�������������������������������������������� Bonnie Rosen
Assistant Coaches����������������������������� Jennifer Wong,
Molly Fernandez
2014 Records����������������������������6-10 (3-4 BIG EAST)
Lacrosse SID������������������������������������� Karen Auerbach
Phone������������������������������������������������(215) 204-3850
Email................................. [email protected]
Website�������������������������������������������������OwlSports.com
Series��������������������������������������������������������� UF leads, 2-0
Last Meeting������������������������������������UF, 20-3, 3/10/12
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 5
OPPONENT INFORMATION // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Georgetown.............April 4 in Gainesville
Location..............................................Washington, D.C.
Enrollment���������������������������������������������������������������15,318
President����������������������������������������������John J. DeGioia
Athletic Director�������������������������������������������� Lee Reed
Nickname����������������������������������������������������������������Hoyas
Colors����������������������������������������������������������� Blue & Gray
Conference����������������������������������������������������� BIG EAST
Facility................................................. Multi-Sport Field
Head Coach������������������������������������������������� Ricky Fried
Assistant Coaches�����������������������������������Meg Dentler,
Lauren Morton
2014 Records�������������������������������11-9 (6-1 BIG EAST)
Lacrosse SID���������������������������������������Barbara Barnes
Phone����������������������������������������������� (202) 687-2492
Email................................... [email protected]
Website����������������������������������������������������GUHoyas.com
Series�����������������������������������������������������������UF leads, 2-1
Last Meeting����������������������������������������UF, 12-9, 3/7/12
Villanova
Location�����������������������������������������������������Villanova, Pa.
Enrollment������������������������������������������������������������� 13,850
Chancellor���������������������������������������Peter M. Donohue
Athletics Director��������������������������������Vince Nicastro
Nickname���������������������������������������������������������� Wildcats
Colors���������������������������������������������������������Blue & White
Conference����������������������������������������������������� BIG EAST
Facility...............................................Villanova Stadium
Head Coach�������������������������������������������������Julie Young
Assistant Coaches�����������������������������������Xan Weitzel,
Lauren Sparks
2014 Records����������������������������� 8-8 (8-0 BIG EAST)
Lacrosse SID����������������������������������������� Anna LaBonte
Phone��������������������������������������������������(610) 519-7579
Email.........................[email protected]
Website���������������������������������������������������� Villanova.com
Series��������������������������������������������������������� First Meeting
April 11 in Gainesville
Marquette
Cincinnati
April 15 in Gainesville
April 8 in Milwaukee
Location
Milwaukee, Wis.
Enrollment24,149
President��������������������������������������������Michael R. Lovell
Athletics Director������������������������������������������Bill Cords
Nickname�����������������������������������������������Golden Eagles
Colors����������������������������������������������������������� Blue & Gold
Conference����������������������������������������������������� BIG EAST
Facility���������������������������������������������������������Valley Fields
Head Coach������������������������������������������Meredith Black
Assistant Coaches����������������������������������������Jordy Kirr
2014 Records������������������������������5-12 (1-6 BIG EAST)
Lacrosse SID������������������������������������������� Mike Whittliff
Phone�������������������������������������������������(414) 288-7447
Email................[email protected]
Website��������������������������������������������GoMarquette.com
Series��������������������������������������������������������� First Meeting
Connecticut
April 18 in Storrs
Location����������������������������������������������������� Storrs, Conn.
Enrollment��������������������������������������������������������������6,400
President�������������������������������������������������� Susan Herbst
Athletic Director���������������������������������� Warde Manuel
Nickname�������������������������������������������������������������Huskies
Colors������������������������������������������������������� Navy & White
Conference����������������������������������������������������� BIG EAST
Facility..............................George J. Sherman Family
Sports Complex
Head Coach���������������������������������������������� Katie Woods
Assistant Coaches�������������������������� Chelsea Gamble,
Lauren Gunning
2014 Records...........................10-7 (5-42 BIG EAST)
Lacrosse SID�������������������������������������Scott Waggoner
Phone������������������������������������������������(860) 486-3531
Email.........................[email protected]
Website...........................................UconnHuskies.com
Series��������������������������������������������������������� First Meeting
Location����������������������������������������������� Cincinnati, Ohio
Enrollment������������������������������������������������������������ 42,656
President��������������������������������������������������� Santa J. Ono
Director of Athletics�����������������������������������Mike Bohn
Nickname���������������������������������������������������������� Bearcats
Colors�����������������������������������������������������������Red & Black
Conference����������������������������������������������������� BIG EAST
Facility............................... Sheakley Athletics Center
Head Coach��������������������������������������������������Gina Oliver
Assistant Coaches���������������������������Lauren Gunning,
Shannon Witzel
2014 Records����������������������������� 6-11 (0-7 BIG EAST)
Lacrosse SID����������������������������������������� Michael Scholl
Phone���������������������������������������������������(513) 556-5181
Email................................... [email protected]
Website................................................GoBearcats.com
Series���������������������������������������������������������� UF leads, 1-0
Last Meeting
UF, 19-6, 2/23/14
Florida Lacrosse Facility. Photo by Max Kun Zhang
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 6
ROSTER // FLORIDA LACROSSE
NUMERICAL ROSTER
No. Name
Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown/High School
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
24
25
27
28
32
33
34
35
36
38
40
Lauren Lea
Sammi Burgess
Alex Puller
Carly Ross
Kelsey Hart
Shayna Pirreca
Shannon Gilroy
Mikki Offit
Carli Marsh
Caroline Fitzgerald
Taylor Bresnahan
Beth Willertz
Nora Barry
Chloe O’Haire
Nicole Graziano
Mollie Stevens
Sydney DuPre
Amy Arnold
Devon Schneider
Darcy Messina
Allie Pavinelli
Aniya Flanagan
Katharine Hamer
Morgan Bracken
Bella O’Connor
Jackie Rupp
Christiana Butz
Olivia Cole
Mary-Sean Wilcox
Angela Flister
Sam Darcangelo
A
A
M
A
D
A
M
D
M
D
D
D
M
M
M
M
D
D
A
A
M
D
D
M
A
D
A
GK
GK
D
M
5-5
5-3
5-6
5-2
5-7
5-4
5-9
5-8
5-4
5-3
5-4
5-5
5-4
5-5
5-7
5-7
5-7
5-6
6-2
5-5
5-8
5-2
5-3
5-7
5-3
5-5
5-6
5-6
5-3
5-8
5-5
Jr.
So.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Sr.
So.
So.
So.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
RJr.
So.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
Fr.
RSo.
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
No. Name
Pos. Ht. Cl.
19
14
28
12
2
34
35
40
18
11
25
38
8
16
27
6
1
10
21
32
15
9
24
7
4
5
33
20
17
36
13
Amy Arnold
Nora Barry
Morgan Bracken
Taylor Bresnahan
Sammi Burgess
Christiana Butz
Olivia Cole
Sam Darcangelo
Sydney DuPre
Caroline Fitzgerald
Aniya Flanagan
Angela Flister
Shannon Gilroy
Nicole Graziano
Katharine Hamer
Kelsey Hart
Lauren Lea
Carli Marsh
DarcyMessina
Bella O’Connor
Chloe O’Haire
Mikki Offit
Allie Pavinelli
Shayna Pirreca
Alex Puller
Carly Ross
Jackie Rupp
Devon Schneider
Mollie Stevens
Mary-Sean Wilcox
Beth Willertz
D
M
M
D
A
A
GK
M
D
D
D
D
M
M
D
D
A
M
A
A
M
D
M
A
M
A
D
A
M
GK
D
5-6
5-4
5-7
5-4
5-3
5-6
5-6
5-5
5-7
5-3
5-2
5-8
5-9
5-7
5-3
5-7
5-5
5-4
5-5
5-3
5-5
5-8
5-8
5-4
5-6
5-2
5-5
6-2
5-7
5-3
5-5
So.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
RJr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
So.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
Jr.
RSo.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Jr.
Elkridge, Md./Archbishop Spalding
Forest Hill, Md./McDonogh School
Severna Park, Md./Archbishop Spalding
Freeland, Md./Maryvale Preparatory School
North Babylon, N.Y./North Babylon Mount Sinai, N.Y./Mount Sinai
Northport, N.Y./Northport
Bethesda, Md./Holton-Arms
Parkland, Fla./Pine Crest
Mount Sinai, N.Y./Mount Sinai
Edgewater, Md./South River
Severn, Md./Severn School
Marcellus, N.Y./Marcellus
Vero Beach, Fla./Saint Edwards
Mendham, N.J./West Morris Mendham
Centreville, Md./Queen Anne School
Houston, Texas/Episcopal
Topsfield, Mass./Masconomet Regional
Lititz, Pa./Manheim Township
Sayville, N.Y./St. Anthony’s
Northport, N.Y./Northport
Nottingham, Md./Perry Hall
Key Largo, Fla./Coral Shores
Timonium, Md./Notre Dame Prep
Plymouth, Mass./Notre Dame Academy
Herndon, Va./Oakton
Vero Beach, Fla./Saint Edwards
Alexandria, Va./Bishop Ireton
Lutherville, Md./Notre Dame Prep
Eldersburg, Md./Century
Freeland, Md./Maryvale Preparatory School
STAFF
Head Coach...............................Amanda O’Leary
Assistant Coaches..... Erica LaGrow, Michelle
Tumolo
Athletic Trainer............................ Jessica Mateer
Strength/Cond. Coord....................Karin Werth
Academic Advisor........................Caleb Sorgius
Program Coordinator.....................Marci Brown
Student Managers..... Brandon Symoens, Lisa
Kahn
Student Athletic Trainer..............Shannon Lalli
Video Coord........................ Connor Buckridge
Communications..............................Kyle Oland
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
Taylor Bresnahan
Sam Darcangelo
Sydney DuPre
Lauren Lea
Shayna Pirreca
Michelle Tumolo
Beth Willertz
BREZ-na-han
DAR-CAN-ge-lo
DO-pre
LEE
PUR-eca
TWO-ma-lo
will-ERTZ
Roster Breakdown
By Class:
Seniors..................................... 3
Nora Barry, Shannon Gilroy, Mikki
Offit
Reshirt Juniors.........................1
Nicole Graziano
Juniors.................................... 10
Sam Darcangelo, Sydney DuPre,
Angela Flister, Kelsey Hart,
Lauren Lea, Darcy Messina, Carly
Ross, Devon Schneider, MarySean Wilcox, Beth Willertz
Redshirt Sophomores.............1
Jackie Rupp
Sophomores............................8
Amy Arnold, Taylor Bresnahan,
Sammi Burgess, Caroline
Fitzgerald, Carli Marsh, Chloe
O’Haire, Alex Puller, Mollie
Stevens
Freshmen.................................8
Morgan Bracken, Christiana Butz,
Olivia Cole, Aniya Flanagan,
Katharine Hamer, Bella O’Connor,
Allie Pavinelli, Shayna Pirreca
By Position:
Attack.......................................8
Sammi Burgess, Christiana Butz,
Lauren Lea, Darcy Messina, Bella
O’Connor, Shayna Pirreca, Carly
Ross, Devon Schneider
Midfield.................................. 10
Nora Barry, Morgan Bracken,
Sam Darcangelo, Shannon Gilroy,
Nicole Graziano, Carli Marsh,
Chloe O’Haire, Allie Pavinelli, Alex
Puller, Mollie Stevens
Defense................................... 11
Amy Arnold, Taylor Bresnahan,
Sydney DuPre, Caroline
Fitzgerald, Aniya Flanagan,
Angela Flister, Katharine Hamer,
Kelsey Hart, Mikki Offit, Jackie
Rupp, Beth Willertz
Goalkeeper..............................2
Olivia Cole, Mary-Sean Wilcox
By State:
Florida............................................ 4
Maryland.......................................13
Massachusetts............................. 2
New Jersey.................................... 1
New York....................................... 7
Pennsylvania................................. 1
Texas................................................ 1
Virginia........................................... 2
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 7
RADIO/TV SPOTTER’S CHART // FLORIDA LACROSSE
No. 1
Lauren Lea
No. 2
Sammi Burgess
5’3’ • Fr. • A
Forest Hill, Md.
5’6’ • So. • M
Severna Park, Md.
5’2’ • Jr. • A
Freeland, Md.
No. 6
Kelsey Hart
No. 7
Shayna Pirreca
No. 8
Shannon Gilroy
5’9’ • Sr. • M
Northport, N.Y.
No. 9
Mikki Offit
5’8’ • Sr. • D
Bethesda, Md.
No. 10
Carli Marsh
No. 11
Caroline Fitzgerald
No. 12
Taylor Bresnahan
No. 13
Beth Willertz
No. 14
Nora Barry
No. 15
Chloe O’Haire
No. 16
Nicole Graziano
No. 17
Mollie Stevens
5’5’ • Jr. • A
Elkridge, Md.
5’7’ • Jr. • D
North Babylon, N.Y.
5’4’ • So. • M
Parkland, Fla.
5’4’ • Sr. • M
Marcellus, N.Y.
5’4’ • Fr. • A
Mount Sinai, N.Y.
5’3’ • So. • D
Mount Sinai, N.Y.
5’5’ • So. • M
Vero Beach, Fla.
No. 4
Alex Puller
5’4’ • So. • M
Edgewater, Md.
5’7’ • RJr. • M
Mendham, N.J.
No. 5
Carly Ross
5’5’ • Sr. • D
Severn, Md.
5’7’ • So. • M
Centreville, Md.
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 8
RADIO/TV SPOTTER’S CHART // FLORIDA LACROSSE
No. 18
Sydney DuPre
5’7’ • Jr. • D
Houston, Texas
No. 19
Amy Arnold
5’6’ • So. • D
Topsfield, Mass.
No. 20
Devon Schneider
No. 21
Darcy Messina
No. 24
Allie Pavinelli
No. 25
Aniya Flanagan
No. 27
Katharine Hamer
No. 28
Morgan Bracken
No. 32
Bella O’Connor
No. 33
Jackie Rupp
No. 34
Christiana Butz
No. 35
Olivia Cole
5’8’ • Fr. • m
Northport, N.Y.
5’3’ • Fr. • A
Plymouth, Mass.
5’2’ • Fr. • D
Nottingham, Md.
5’5’ • RSo. • D
Herndon, Va.
No. 36
Mary-Sean Wilcox
5’3’ • Jr. • GK
Lutherville, Md.
6’2’ • Jr. • A
Lititz, Pa.
5’3’ • Fr. • D
Kay Largo, Fla.
5’5’ • Jr. • A
Sayville, N.Y.
5’6’ • Fr. • A
Vero Beach, Fla.
No. 38
Angela Flister
5’8’ • Jr. • D
Eldersburg, Md.
5’7’ • Fr. • M
Timonium, Md.
5’6’ • Fr. • GK
Alexandria, Va.
No. 40
Sam Darcangelo
5’5’ • Jr. • M
Freeland, Md.
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 9
RADIO/TV SPOTTER’S CHART // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Amanda O’Leary
Head Coach
6th Season
Erica LaGrow
Assistant Coach
6th Season
Michelle Tumolo
Assistant Coach
2nd Season
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 10
BIG EAST CONFERENCE // FLORIDA LACROSSE
After spending the last five years as a member of the American Lacrosse Conference (ALC), and winning
four conference titles, the Florida Gators officially joined the BIG EAST Conference as an affiliate member on
Thursday, June 26, 2014. Along with Florida, former ALC member Vanderbilt University joined the BIG EAST.
The two former ALC rivals joined BIG EAST school’s Cincinnati, Connecticut, Georgetown, Marquette, Temple
and Villanova.
Since 2001, the BIG EAST Conference has produced 98 IWLCA/US Lacrosse Division I All-Americans, including the 2002 Tewaaraton Award winner, Erin Elbe (Georgetown, ’02), and three NCAA Tournament Finalists.
The brainchild of former Providence College men’s basketball coach and athletic director Dave Gavitt, the
BIG EAST Conference became a reality on May 31, 1979, as Providence, St. John’s, Georgetown, Syracuse,
Seton Hall, Connecticut and Boston College formed the original seven-school alliance. While the membership
has evolved, the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a tradition of broad-based
programs, led by administrators and coaches who place a steadfast emphasis on academic integrity.
In 2012, the seven BIG EAST schools that do not compete in FBS football decided to return to the type of
conference alignment that existed when Gavitt helped form the league in 1979 and quickly surged to national prominence as a college basketball force. On December 15, 2012, these seven institutions (DePaul
University, Georgetown University, Marquette University, Providence College, St. John’s University, Seton Hall
University and Villanova University) announced their intention to separate from the football-playing schools
in the previous BIG EAST and form an independent association.
On March 20, 2013, the seven schools reached an agreement that enabled them to keep the BIG EAST name
and establish a new conference entity beginning on July 1, 2013. The schools also assumed the old conference’s long-term agreement with Madison Square Garden to host the BIG EAST Men’s Basketball Tournament, one of the premier events in college athletics. The schools also announced the addition of three
distinguished institutions that share the same academic and athletic values -- Butler University, Creighton
University and Xavier University -- and forged a landmark, long-term broadcast partnership with FOX Sports.
FOX Sports and its recently established national cable network, FOX Sports 1, acquired the television rights
to all BIG EAST contests in all sports in early 2013. The television agreement helped usher in the new BIG
EAST era by making the league accessible to a national audience with complete coverage of all BIG EAST
men’s basketball regular-season and Tournament contests. A selection of regular-season women’s basketball games as well as the semifinals and final of the
2014 BIG EAST Standings
BIG EAST Tournament were all shown via the FOX
Networks, which reaches 90 million homes. Soccer,
Women’s Lacrosse
lacrosse, softball and baseball also had their confer
OverallPct. Conf. Home Road Neutral
16-4.800 7-0 6-0 7-4 3-0
ence championships aired on the FOX Sports channels Louisville
Georgetown 11-9.550 6-1 5-4 5-3 1-2
in 2013-14. Dividends were paid immediately as BIG
Connecticut 10-7.588 5-2 5-3 4-4 1-0
EAST teams enjoyed a significant jump in the number Rutgers 9-9
.500
3-46-43-4 0-1
.500
3-44-34-50-0
of nationally televised games on their schedules, with Villanova 8-8
Temple
6-10.375 3-4 3-4 1-6 0-0
many seen on countrywide broadcasts four times as
Marquette 5-12.294 1-6 3-4 2-8 0-0
frequently as seasons past.
Cincinnati
6-11.3530-7 3-5 3-6 0-0
Starting in 2014-15, the BIG EAST
and FOX Sports will launch a digital platform which will include 30
regular-season women’s basketball
games and over 80 Olympic sport
contests, including postseason
championship coverage. Fans will
be able to access the live broadcasts as well as feature content
and highlights free of charge.
BIG EAST institutions are located in seven of the nation’s
top 35 largest media markets,
including New York, Chicago,
Philadelphia, Washington, D.C.,
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 11
BIG EAST CONFERENCE // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Indianapolis, Milwaukee and Cincinnati. Under the direction of Commissioner Val Ackerman, the BIG EAST
moved its headquarters prior to the 2013-14 academic year from its original location in Providence, R.I., to
Midtown Manhattan in New York City.
Ackerman was named the BIG EAST’s fifth Commissioner on June 26, 2013, following Gavitt, the Conference’s first Commissioner who served until 1990, Michael Tranghese, John Marinatto and Mike Aresco. Tranghese was the league’s first full-time employee and the right-hand man to Gavitt for 11 years, taking over for
Gavitt as Commissioner until 2009. Marinatto was the third Commissioner of the BIG EAST, serving from
2009-2012, when he was succeeded by Aresco.
It was with the BIG EAST’s founder and first commissioner in mind when Ackerman, who previously served
as President of USA Basketball and was the founding President of the WNBA, teamed with Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany to establish the Gavitt Tipoff Games. Beginning in 2015-16, the Gavitt Tipoff Games will be
an annual early-season series of eight men’s basketball games played between the two conferences.
The BIG EAST will embark on its second year as a 10-team consortium in 2014-15. The league, which has always competed with integrity and sportsmanship at the highest levels of intercollegiate sports, began a new
era in 2013-14, returning to its heritage, focusing athletically on basketball while forging into the future with
leadership and vision.
The 2013-14 academic year marked the BIG EAST’s first season since realignment. The conference crowned
champions in 22 sports l ast year, the 35th season in its history, with its student-athletes achieving success in
the classroom as well as the athletic arena. Eight different schools won regular-season titles, including firstyear member Creighton, which claimed the baseball regular-season crown, and 10 different schools won BIG
EAST postseason championships. Fellow newcomer Xavier won the BIG EAST Baseball Championship.
The Musketeers were one of 34 different BIG EAST teams to earn NCAA Championship bids in 2013-14, with
a remarkable nine teams (five men, four women) earning invites to the NCAA Soccer Tournaments. Nine different national postseason championships saw multiple BIG EAST teams participate, including four league
squads in men’s basketball and women’s cross country, and two in volleyball, women’s basketball, men’s
cross country, field hockey and women’s lacrosse. Additionally, a plethora of individuals earned national
postseason invitations in tennis, cross country and track and field.
Two BIG EAST teams and one individual performer won NCAA Championships in 2013-14, beginning with the
Providence women’s cross country team. The Friars claimed their second national championship in program
history, as three PC runners were tabbed All-Americans and 30th-year head coach Ray Treacy was named
National Coach of the Year by the USTFCCCA. Affiliate member Connecticut won its third NCAA title in field
hockey in 2013, with Nancy Stevens named NFHCA National Coach of the Year and Marie Elena Bolles National Player of the Year.
Including the three Friar runners, 83 BIG EAST student-athletes across 16 sports were named All-Americans
in 2013-14, including Villanova’s Emily Lipari. A four-time All-American in 2013-14, Lipari won the national title
in the mile at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships in March, marking the Wildcats’ 20th indoor
national champion.
The triumphs enjoyed by the BIG EAST in 2013-14 add to an already illustrious legacy steeped in men’s basketball and expanded to other sports since the conference’s founding.
BIG EAST student-athletes have achieved recent success in other sports, as well. A BIG EAST team has won
the NCAA women’s cross country championship four of the last five years (Villanova won twice; Providence
and Georgetown once), with one runner-up finish (Providence). Creighton’s men’s soccer team has reached
the NCAA College Cup in two of the past three seasons. Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won
36 national championships in six different sports, and 138 student-athletes have won individual national titles
through 2013-14.
The league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly
regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for the conference and BIG EAST
student-athletes. BIG EAST student-athletes sport significantly high graduation rates, and the league has
always been able to boast that many of its best students are also its best athletes.
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 12
HEAD COACH AMANDA O’LEARY // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Amanda
O’Leary
Head Coach ◊ 19th Season Overall ◊ 6th Season at Florida ◊ Temple ‘88
Amanda O’Leary, an experienced coach who played the sport at its
highest level, enters her sixth season at the helm of the Florida Gators.
O’Leary has turned her team into a national powerhouse since its
inception in 2010.
O’LEARY AT A
GLANCE
Personal
Hometown: Royersford, Pa.
Education: B.A. Exercise Physiology and
Kinesiology, Temple University, 1988
Family: Married to Kevin O’Leary;
Children: Madison and Ryan
Coaching Career
Florida, Head Coach (2007-present)
•Four NCAA appearances (last in 2014)
•NCAA Final Four (2012)
•Four ALC titles (2011, ’12, ‘13, ‘14)
•ALC Tournament Champion (2012, ‘14)
•ALC Coach of the Year (2011, ‘13, ‘14)
•ILWomen Coach of the Year (2014)
•WomensLax.com Coach of the Year
(2012)
•IWLCA South Region Coach of the Year
(2011, ‘12)
Yale, Head Coach (1993-2007)
•Two NCAA appearances (2003, ‘07)
•Ivy League Tri-Champion (2003)
•Northeast Regional Coach of the Year
(2003)
•USWLA Regional Coach of the Year
(1996)
Maryland, Assistant Coach (1992-1993)
•Two NCAA Finals appearances (1992, ’93)
•NCAA Championship (1992)
Delaware, Assistant Coach (1990)
Maryland, Graduate Assistant (1989)
Honors
•U.S. Lacrosse National Hall of Fame
(2005)
•Temple Athletic Hall of Fame (2004)
•Southeastern Pennsylvania Lacrosse Hall
of Fame by the Philadelphia Lacrosse
Association (2007)
•NCAA Women’s Lacrosse 25th
Anniversary Team (2006)
•All-Century Women’s Lacrosse Team
(1999) by Lacrosse Magazine
•Temple University Athletics’ Hall of Fame
as part of the 1988 NCAA Championship
Hired to lead Florida’s inaugural lacrosse team on June 22, 2007, O’Leary
had the opportunity to recruit and organize the program before the
Gators began competition in the 2010 season.
Her impressive career record of 243-86 (.739) ranks among the best of
active head coaches in the nation. In just five seasons, she has taken
Florida to a NCAA Final Four, four NCAA quarterfinal appearances,
four American Lacrosse Conference regular season titles and two ALC
tournament championships. She’s also coached eight Gators who have
earned 38 All-America honors, three Tewaaraton Award finalists and two
Honda Sports Award nominees.
The 2014 season proved that the Florida Gators didn’t need to rebuild,
they just reloaded. After graduating a 13-member founding class in 2013,
everyone expected Florida to take a step back and rebuild. The Gators
returned three starters and had a roster featuring 22 underclassmen.
After an eye-opening loss at No. 1 North Carolina to start the season,
Florida banded together and embarked on an 18-3 season that featured
a sweep of the ALC regular season and tournament titles as well as a trip
to the NCAA Quarterfinals.
The Gators finished the season ranked second nationally in scoring
offense (15.00 goals per game), fourth in scoring margin (6.57) and fifth in
points (412) and draw controls (15.14 per game). Individually, Tewaaraton
finalist Shannon Gilroy led the nation with 86 goals and became the first
Florida player in program history to score 100+ points in a season.
O’Leary was named the ILWomen Coach of the Year for the first time
in her 19-year coaching career, and the ALC Coach of the Year for the
second consecutive season and third overall. Shannon Gilroy was named
the ALC Midfield Player of the Year and Sammi Burgess picked up ALC
Rookie of the Year honors. Gilroy was also named the ALC Tournament
MVP and the Gators placed four on the All-Tournament Team.
In 2013, O’Leary guided the Gators to an 18-3 overall record and their third
consecutive trip to the NCAA quarterfinals. Florida also grabbed a share
of its third ALC regular season title with a 4-1 conference record. Along
the way, UF posted its best start in program history as they began 2013
with a 13-0 record including taking down No. 5 North Carolina for the
first time in the season opener. Florida defeated nine ranked opponents
throughout the season, including a 22-4 romp of No. 4 Northwestern at
Dizney Stadium on Senior Day.
Florida finished in the top 5 nationally on both sides of the ball, ranking
second in scoring defense (6.81 goals allowed per game) and tying for
fifth in scoring offense (14.76 goals per game).
O’Leary was named the ALC Coach of the Year and UF boasted four
of the five ALC Players of the Year in Kitty Cullen (offensive), Brittany
Dashiell (midfield), Sam Farrell (defensive) and Mikey Meagher (goalie).
In addition, she coached Florida’s second Tewaaraton Award finalist in
Meagher, who also swept the Goalie of the Year honors from the IWLCA,
SynapseSports.com and WomensLax.com.
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 13
HEAD COACH AMANDA O’LEARY // FLORIDA LACROSSE
In 2012, O’Leary followed her sophomore success and led the Gators to a
19-3 record. Florida won its second-consecutive ALC regular-season title,
its first-ever ALC Tournament title and its first NCAA Final Four berth. The
team was consistently ranked in the top five in both major polls throughout
the year, and entered the NCAA Tournament ranked No. 1 in the nation
while leading the country in scoring defense and scoring margin. With a
victory over No. 10 Penn State on April 1, 2012, O’Leary became just the
12th head coach in NCAA DI women’s lacrosse history with 200 career wins.
O’Leary’s 2012 squad boasted six All-Americans with 14 honors. Under her
tutelage, Mikey Meagher was named the National Goalie of the Year by
multiple organizations after becoming just the third netminder in NCAA
history to lead the nation in both save percentage and goals-against average.
Brittany Dashiell shined on both ends of the field, garnering a unanimous
First Team All-America selection and being named as a finalist for both the
Tewaaraton Award and the Honda Sports Award. Additionally, Nora Barry
was named ALC Rookie of the Year and Shannon Gilroy was one of three
freshmen nationally to earn All-America honors. Florida’s successful season
garnered O’Leary National Coach of the Year honors from WomensLax.com
and was also named the IWLCA South Region Coach of the Year.
Season-by-Season
YALE: 162-65 (.714)
Season
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
Record Final Rank
10-5
14-2
10-4
12-5
12-4
14-4
11-5
10-6
11-5
14-4
12-4
10-6
9-7
13-4
9
6
9
12
11
9
14
12
11
7
12
13
19
11
O’Leary came to UF from Yale, where she led the Bulldogs for 14 seasons. FLORIDA: 81-21 (.794)
Yale set the school record for season wins with 14 in O’Leary’s second year Season Record Final Rank
(1995) and twice more equaled that mark (1999 and 2003). She took Yale to 2010
10-8
—
two of its three NCAA Championship appearances, as the Bulldogs reached
2011
16-4
5
the 2003 quarterfinal round and the 2007 opening round.
2012
19-3
3
18-3
5
Yale finished among the Ivy League’s top three in 11 of her 14 years, which 2013
18-3
5
includes a share of the 2003 Ivy League title with Princeton and Dartmouth, 2014
as each posted identical 6-1 records in conference play. After leading Yale
to a share of the Ivy League title and advancing to NCAA Championship
OVERALL: 243-86 (.739)
play, O’Leary was named the 2003 Northeast Regional Coach of the Year.
She also was recognized as the USWLA Regional Coach of the Year in 1996.
NCAA D1 All-Time
Bulldog players earned a total of 19 All-America honors under O’Leary.
During her playing career, O’Leary was a four-year starter for Temple’s
lacrosse and field hockey teams. A two-time All-American in both sports,
O’Leary led the Owl’s lacrosse team to a 19-0 record and the national
championship in 1988. O’Leary was the Midfielder of the Year selection for
the NCAA All-Tournament teams in 1987 and 1988 as well as the NCAA Most
Valuable Player in 1988. Lacrosse Magazine selected her as its 1988 Player
of the Year.
Wins
No.
Wins (active)
243
Wins (all-time) 243
Win % (active) .739
Win % (all-time) .739
Rank
6
8
5
6
While suiting up with Temple’s field hockey team, O’Leary garnered 1986 and 1987 All-America honors and
helped the Owls reach the NCAA semifinals in 1984.
In 2005, O’Leary was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. She also became a member of the
Temple Owls’ Hall of Fame in the fall of 2004. O’Leary was named to the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse 25th
Anniversary Team in the fall of 2006.
She was the youngest player and starter on the 1989 U.S. World Cup team that claimed the International
Federation of Women’s Lacrosse Association (IFWLA) gold medal in Perth, Australia. O’Leary was the secondleading scorer on the 1993 U.S. World Cup team which repeated as the IFWLA World Cup champions in
Edinburgh, Scotland. In the 1993 World Cup, O’Leary scored 17 points, including the game-winner versus
Australia in the semifinal game.
Prior to taking the helm at Yale, O’Leary was an assistant at Maryland for the 1992 and 1993 seasons. The
Terrapins claimed the 1992 NCAA title and reached the semifinals in 1993. It was her second stint with the
Terrapins, as she started her coaching career with Maryland as a graduate assistant coach in 1989 before
serving as an assistant at Delaware for the 1990 campaign.
O’Leary has also served as the chair of the U.S. Team selection and on the former U.S. Women’s Lacrosse
Association (USWLA) Board of Directors. She was an assistant coach with the U.S. Women’s Developmental
Team from 2002-05 and has been a member of the Connecticut Lacrosse Foundation Executive Committee
since 1993.
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 14
ASSISTANT COACH ERICA LaGROW // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Erica LaGrow
Assistant Coach ◊ 6th Season at Florida ◊ UNC ‘08
Erica LaGrow has been with Florida since 2008 and coordinates the Gators’
offense, developing them into one of the most potent offenses in the country.
UF once again proved to be an offensive threat in 2014, finishing the season with
the nation’s second best scoring offense (15.00 points per game), while ranking
fourth in scoring margin (6.57) and fifth in points (412).
LaGROW AT A GLANCE
Personal
Hometown: Skaneateles, N.Y.
Education: B.A. Exercise and Sports
Science, University of North Carolina, 2008
Coaching Career
Florida, Asst. Coach (2008-present)
•Four NCAA appearances (last in 2014)
•NCAA Final Four (2012)
•Four ALC titles (2011, ’12, ‘13, ‘14)
•ALC Tournament Champion (2012, ‘14)
Honors
•FIL World Cup Gold Medalist, U.S.
Women’s Elite Team (2009)
•Prague Cup Gold Medalist, U.S. Women’s
Elite Team (2008)
•First-Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference
(2008)
Playing Experience
•U.S. Women’s National team (2007-12)
•University of North Carolina (2005-08)
Under LaGrow’s tutelage in 2014, Shannon Gilroy became the first Florida player
to score 100+ points in a season and led the nation in goals scored (86). Four
Gators finished the season with 40+ points and nine scored 10+ goals in 2014.
Five Gators scored 50+ points and eight players scored 10+ goals in 2013. Florida
also scored 10 or more goals in 18 of 21 games. She guided an offensive unit that
boasted some of the most prolific scorers, including IWLCA and SynapseSports.
com All-Americans Kitty Cullen, Shannon Gilroy and Brittany Dashiell.
LaGrow was also responsible for the direction of Tewaaraton Award finalist
Mikey Meagher. Under her tutelage, Meagher became the first ever female goalie
Tewaaraton finalist and swept Goalie of the Year honors from the ALC, IWLCA,
SynapseSports.com and WomensLax.com. Meagher boasted the second-best
goals-against average (6.90) and fifth-best save percentage (.502) in the nation
in 2013 while posting 125 saves.
In 2012, the Gators led the nation in offense for the majority of the season, finishing
the year ranked second in scoring margin (8.77) and third in both scoring offense
(15.32) and total points (483).
LaGrow helped coach a balanced offense that featured four players with 60+
points and six attackers with 40+ goals. Under her direction, Nora Barry earned
ALC Rookie of the Year and fellow freshman Shannon Gilroy earned two AllAmerica honors. Overall, the Gators garnered 14 All-America honors, including
three First Team selections, and finalists for the Tewaaraton Award and the
Honda Sports Award.
The 2011 Gators averaged 13.45 goals per game behind IWLCA First Team
All-American and ALC Player of the Year, Kitty Cullen. Cullen, with LaGrow’s
influence, went from scoring 1.72 goals per game (37 total) in 2010 to 3.85 goals
per game (77 total) in 2011.
In 2010, LaGrow was very influential in directing a Gator offense that averaged
12.39 goals per game, ranking 25th in the nation. She was an important part of the development of national Rookie of the
Year Ashley Bruns, who ranked third in the conference and 12th in the nation in total points (79).
Florida scored at least 10 goals in 12 of its 18 games and beat two top-20 opponents by more than 10 goals. Five different
players scored over 20 goals, led by Bruns’ 48 as a true freshman. In the ALC Quarterfinals, the Gators upset No. 20 Johns
Hopkins after jumping out to a 9-0 lead in the first half on their way to a 14-3 victory.
LaGrow was hired after finishing her playing career at UNC, where she played midfield from 2005-08. As a Tar Heel,
LaGrow racked up 24 goals during her senior season and was named second-team All-South Regional for the second time
in her career. The four-year starter was a First Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection as a senior and the conference
honor roll every year. The midfielder also earned All-ACC Academic honors twice.
She ended her collegiate career with 80 goals and 15 assists for 95 points. She also picked up 90 ground balls and
controlled 84 draws. LaGrow helped the Tar Heels to the NCAA Championship Quarterfinals four consecutive years.
LaGrow gained international playing experience with the U.S. Women’s Elite team in 2007 and 2008, and was a member
of the touring team, which captured the 2008 Prague Cup. She also boasts five years of experience with the U.S. Women’s
National team from 2007-2012.
During the summer of 2009, LaGrow joined the U.S. Women’s Elite team at the Federation of International Lacrosse
Women’s World Cup in Prague. She scored four goals in four games during the group stage and helped the team to a
perfect 4-0 record heading into the elimination rounds. The U.S. went on to win the gold medal with an 8-7 victory over
Australia. With the victory, LaGrow joined head coach Amanda O’Leary as a World Cup gold-medal winner.
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 15
ASSISTANT COACH MICHELLE TUMOLO // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Michelle Tumolo
Assistant Coach ◊ 2nd Season at Florida ◊ Syracuse ‘13
Michelle Tumolo made an immediate impact as an assistant coach for the Gators,
helping Erica LaGrow direct the Florida offense.
The Gators finished the 2014 season with the nation’s second best scoring
offense (15.00 points per game), while ranking fourth in scoring margin (6.57)
and fifth in points (412).
TUMOLO AT A GLANCE
Personal
Hometown: Mullica Hill, N.J.
Education: B.S. Child and Family Studies,
Syracuse University, 2013
Coaching Career
Florida, Asst. Coach (2013-present)
•One NCAA appearance (2014)
•One ALC title (2014)
•ALC Tournament Champion (2014)
Honors
•Tewaaraton Award Finalist (2012)
•IWLCA Attacker of the Year (2012)
•IWLCA First Team All-American (2012)
•BIG EAST Attack Player of the Year (2012)
•All-BIG EAST First Team (2011, ’12, ’13)
Playing Experience
•U.S. Women’s National team (2010-14)
•Syracuse University (2009-13)
Tumolo helped guide Tewaaraton finalist Shannon Gilroy as she became the first
Florida player to score 100+ points in a season and led the nation in goals scored
(86). Four Gators finished the season with 40+ points and nine scored 10+ goals
in 2014.
Tumolo finished her career at Syracuse as one of the greatest athletes in program
history. In addition to being a Tewaaraton finalist in 2012, she also was named the
IWLCA Attacker of the Year, an IWLCA First Team All-American and the BIG
EAST Attack Player of the Year. Tumolo also an All-BIG EAST First Team selection
in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
While at Syracuse, Tumolo was a member of teams that won the BIG EAST
Championship in 2012 and 2013, advanced to the NCAA Championship game in
2012 and made it to the NCAA Final Four in 2010 and 2013.
Additionally, she was elected as a team captain for her sophomore, junior and
senior seasons. Despite being sidelined with an ACL injury during her senior year,
Tumolo finished her career at Syracuse ranked third in all-time scoring with 278
points, second in career assists with 137 and fifth in all-time goals with 141.
During her junior season, Tumolo became just the second player in school history
to amass 200 points and 100 assists in her career. In addition to her career
records, Tumolo also ranks in the top-10 on multiple single-season record boards,
including No. 6 with 95 points in 2012 and holding three spots on the singleseason assists leaderboard.
Tumolo notched the game-winning goal with five seconds on the clock in a
come-from-behind victory over North Carolina to send Syracuse to the 2012 Final Four, where they faced Florida.
In her sophomore season, Tumolo led her team in scoring with 66 points (33 goals, 33 assists) and ranked second on the
team in ground balls (21).
Tumolo experienced a highly successful freshman campaign, finishing the season with the highest single-season totals in
points and assists from a freshman in Syracuse history. Additionally, her 74 points ranked her as the second-highest scoring
freshman in the nation in 2010.
Tumolo has been honing her coaching skills since 2010, when she coached the South Jersey Devils Girls Lacrosse Club. She
also served as a coach at the Syracuse University Elite Lacrosse Camps from 2010-2013. Tumolo is a current member of
the U.S. Women’s National Team and has been on the roster since 2010.
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 16
STUDENT-ATHLETE BIOS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
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Nora
Barry
5’4” ◊ Senior ◊ Midfield ◊ Marcellus, N.Y. ◊ Marcellus High School
JUNIOR SEASON (2014)
• Set a program record for free-position goals after going 4-for-4 from the 8-meter line against High Point
• Set a program record of five caused turnovers against Syracuse
• Led the Gators in ground balls (43) and ranked third in draw controls (48) and fourth in caused turnovers (19) and points (40)
• Tallied two goals, an assist, four draw controls, and three ground balls in the win over No. 17 Denver in
the NCAA Tournament
• Scored the game-winning goal against No. 5 Northwestern in the ALC Tournament Championship game
with 32 seconds left, also had three ground balls and a caused turnover
• Registered two goals, four draw controls, two ground balls and a caused turnover in Florida’s ALC Tournament win over No. 8 Johns Hopkins
• Tallied one goal, five ground balls, two caused turnovers and a draw control against Vanderbilt
• Scored two goals and added three ground balls and a draw control as Florida rallied to defeat No. 20
Ohio State
• Had career-highs of eight ground balls and five caused turnovers in the loss to No. 2 Syracuse
• Notched a season-high five goals, including her 100th career point and the game-winning goal, in the
come-from-behind victory over No. 12 Loyola; also registered two ground balls and two caused turnovers
• Recorded a career-high eight draw controls, two goals, an assist and a ground ball in the win over James
Madison
Honors
•2014 IWLCA Third Team All-American
•2014 IWLCA All-South First Team
•2014 Capital One Academic All-District
Women’s At-Large Team
•2014 ALC All-Tournament Team
•2014 All-ALC First Team
•2014 IWLCA Academic Honor Roll
•2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2012 SynapseSports.com All-Rookie Squad
•2012 ALC Rookie of the Year
•2012 All-ALC Second Team
•2012 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
•2012 SynapseSports.com National Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals......................... 5, 3x-last vs. Loyola (3/4/14)
Assists..............2, 2x, last vs. Cincinnati (2/23/14)
Points........................5, 4x, last vs. Loyola (3/4/14)
Shots.........................................9 vs. Loyola (3/4/14)
Ground Balls.....................8 vs. Syracuse (3/15/14)
Draw Controls....8 vs. James Madison (2/20/14)
Caused Turnovers..........5 vs. Syracuse (3/15/14)
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2013)
• Recorded two goals in the NCAA quarterfinals against Syracuse
• Helped the Gators in a historic win over No. 4 Northwestern by adding two goals, a career-high two assists, three ground balls, two draw controls and career-high two caused turnovers
• Assisted the Gators in a win over Vanderbilt with two goals, three ground balls, a draw control and
caused two turnovers
• Registered one goal and three draw controls at No. 9 Penn State
• Had three goals and one draw control against Stetson
• Led the team with three goals and had one draw control against Lehigh
• Responsible for three goals, two ground balls, four draw controls and caused two turnovers against No.
13 Dartmouth
• Scored two goals and had an assist with three ground balls, two draw controls and causing a turnover
against No. 18 Stony Brook
FRESHMAN SEASON (2012)
• Set a new UF season record for ground balls (48) and was second on the team in draw controls (49)
• Finished the year ranked 15th in the nation in total ground balls and 77th in goals, ranking third among freshmen in ground balls and eighth in goals
• Registered three goals, three ground balls and three draw controls against Penn State in the NCAA Quarterfinals
• Scored the first two goals for the Gators against Ohio State in the ALC Tournament, adding a career-high five ground balls, two caused turnovers and a draw
control
• Led the team with five draw controls, three ground balls and two caused turnovers, while also pitching in a goal and an assist against No. 17 Vanderbilt
• Recorded three goals, including the game-winner in double overtime, at No. 19 Johns Hopkins to give the Gators their first-ever OT victory, adding a ground
ball, a draw control and a caused turnover
• Scored three goals, an assist and two draw controls against No. 10 Penn State
• Tied her career high with five goals against Fresno State, adding a team-high four ground balls and two draw controls
• Had four goals at No. 15 Ohio State, adding a ground ball and a draw control in her first career conference game
• Tied for the team lead with five goals against Jacksonville, while matching a school record with six draw controls and adding three ground balls
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Named a 2011 Under Armour All-American, 2010 and 2011 US Lacrosse All-American and 2010 and 2011 US Lacrosse Academic All-American
• Earned First Team All-Central New York in 2010 and 2011 and First Team All-Liberty League from 2008-2011
• Named to the 2009 and 2010 US Lacrosse Upstate National Team #1 and the 2010 Central Empire State Games team
• Played for the Star Riders Lacrosse Club under coach Dick Lighton, winning the Syracuse Nike Cup Tournament in 2008 and 2009
• Also earned varsity letters in cross country and indoor track
PERSONAL: Born July 9, 1993, Nora is the daughter of Tim and Patty Barry, and has two brothers, Liam and Emmett. She is majoring in Mathematics and minoring
in Spanish.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
2014
21 21 30 10 40 70.429 50
.714
5
11-20 43 48 25 19
21 21 26 9 35 45.578
37
.822
3
9-12
2012
22 22 40 8 48 63.635
55
.873
4
11-16 48 49 22 11
Totals
64 64 96 27 123 178.539 142 .798
12
31-48 124 131 66 45
2013
33 34 19 15
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STUDENT-ATHLETE BIOS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
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Shannon
Gilroy
5’9” ◊ Senior ◊ Midfield ◊ Northport, N.Y. ◊ Northport High School
Honors
•2014 Tewaaraton Nominee
•2014 Honda Sports Award Nominee
•2014 IWLCA First Team All-American
•2014 WomensLax.com Midfielder of the Year
•2014 WomensLax.com All-American
•2014 Lacrosse Magazine All-American
•2014 IWLCA All-South First Team
•2014 All-ILWomen Team
•2014 ALC Tournament MVP
•2014 All-ALC First Team
•2014 ALC Midfield Player of the Year
•2014 IWLCA Academic Honor Roll
•2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 IWLCA All-America Second Team
•2013 SynapseSports.com All-America Second Team
•2013 Tewaaraton Award Nominee
•2013 All-ALC First Team
•2013 IWLCA All-South Region
•2013 ALC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-American
•2012 WomensLax.com All-America
•2012 SynapseSports.com Third Team All-America
•2012 SynapseSports.com All-Rookie Squad
•2012 ALC All-Tournament Team
•2012 SEC First-Year Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals................................8 vs. High Point (2/15/14)
Assists............................4 vs. Stony Brook (3/1/14)
Points...................8, 3x, last vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Shots.......................14 vs. Johns Hopkins (4/5/14)
Ground Balls.................... 5, 2x, last vs. Penn State
(3/30/14)
Draw Controls.............10 vs. High Point (2/15/14)
Caused Turnovers..... 4 vs. Dartmouth (3/18/14)
JUNIOR SEASON (2014)
• Led the nation with 86 goals and led Florida in points (106), goals (86), assists (20), draw controls (82),
free-position goals (32) and caused turnovers (24)
• Set a new program single-game record with 10 draw controls in the win over High Point, while tying the
single-game record of eight goals
• Tallied three goals, two assists, six draw controls and two ground balls in the NCAA Tournament win
over No. 17 Denver
• Scored seven second-half goals and grabbed a draw control to lead the Florida rally past No. 13 Johns
Hopkins on April 5
• Notched four goals, six draw controls, five ground balls and a caused turnover in the win over No. 11
Penn State
• Tallied seven goals, one assist, three draw controls, two caused turnovers and a ground ball against
Stetson
• Recorded six goals, a career-high four caused turnovers, four draw controls and two ground balls in the
win over Dartmouth
• Notched three goals, an assist, four draw controls, two caused turnovers and a ground ball against No.
2 Syracuse
• Had three goals, a career-high four assists, two draw controls and a caused turnover against No. 15
Stony Brook
• Notched five goals, three assists, eight draw controls, a ground ball and a caused turnover in the win
over James Madison
• Had a team-leading five points off four goals and an assist, with three draw controls, a ground ball and
a caused turnover in the season opener against No. 1 North Carolina.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2013)
• Scored a team-high 52 goals and led with 59 draw controls, while ranking second for the Gators with
65 points
• Tallied a team-high three points on two goals and an assist in the NCAA quarterfinal game versus
Syracuse
• Led with a team-high seven draw controls and scored four goals in the win over Denver
• Helped the Gators in a historic win over No. 4 Northwestern by putting up seven points on five goals and
two assists, and adding a ground ball and five draw controls
• Had five goals, one ground ball, one draw control and caused two turnovers against No. 13 Dartmouth
• Had three goals, one assist, two draw controls and caused a turnover in the win over No. 4 Syracuse in
the Orange Bowl Classic in Miami
• Posted a career and program-high eight draw controls while also recording five goals, two caused
turnovers and two ground balls against UAlbany
• Had four goals, three draw controls and one caused turnover against No. 18 Stony Brook.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2012)
• Played in all but one game for the Gators, making 16 starts
• Set a new UF season record for draw controls, and tied for third on the team in goals
• Led the Gators with five goals, an assist and six draw controls against No. 4 Syracuse in the NCAA
Semifinals
• Registered six draw controls, two goals and an assist against Penn State in the NCAA Quarterfinals
• Topped the team with a career-high seven goals and six draw controls, adding four ground balls and
two caused turnovers against No. 1 Northwestern in the ALC Tournament to earn a spot on the AllTournament team
• Scored four goals, two draw controls, a ground ball and a caused turnover against No. 17 Vanderbilt
• Recorded four draw controls and two goals at No. 19 Johns Hopkins, including winning the draw after Johns Hopkins took a lead in overtime, setting up the
Gators’ game-tying goal and contributing to the Gators’ first-ever overtime victory
• Set a then-new school record with seven draw controls at William & Mary
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Member of the 2011 U.S. Women’s U-19 Team
• Starter on Northport’s Varsity Lacrosse team since eighth grade
• 2011 New York State Champions
• Finished her high school career ranked fourth in the nation in goals (422) and 11th in assists (148)
• Three-time US Lacrosse All-American (2009, 2010, 2011), four-time all-tournament, all-county and all-league selection
• Captain and MVP of the Northport team in her junior and senior seasons, while also earning MVP honors for Northport as a sophomore
• Named Suffolk County Player of the Year as well as All-Long Island Player of the Year in 2010 while being named All-Long Island from 2009-11
PERSONAL: Shannon was born on June 30, 1993, and is the daughter of Bobby and Karen Gilroy. She has two brothers, Sean and Brian. Shannon is majoring in
English with a minor in Business.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
2014
21 21 86 20 106 173.497 128 .740
21 2152136591.571 66 .725 3 8-12 12591214
2013
4 32-40 24 82 22 24
2012
21 16 44 7 51 91.484 67 .736
2
12-17 22 83 11 10
Totals
63 58 182 40 222355.513
9
52-69 58 224 45 48
261
.735
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Mikki
Offit
5’8” ◊ Senior ◊ Defense ◊ Bethesda, Md. ◊ Holton-Arms High School
JUNIOR SEASON (2014)
• Saw action in nine games for Florida
• Notched a ground ball, a draw control and a caused turnover in the win over Stetson
• Picked up a draw control against Dartmouth
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2013)
• Earned playing time in 14 games
• Assisted the Gators in a win over Vanderbilt by causing a turnover
• Scored her first collegiate goal and caused a turnover in a win over Stetson
• Recorded two ground balls and caused a career-high two caused turnovers in the Gators dominating
win over Lehigh
• Had a draw control against No. 13 Dartmouth
• Contributed a ground ball and caused a turnover in the win over UC Davis
• Had a ground ball of the bench against Jacksonville
Honors
•2014 IWLCA Academic Honor Roll
•2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 ALC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2012 SEC First-Year Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals.......................................1 vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Assists..........................................................................n/a
Points......................................1 vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Shots......................................2 vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Ground Balls........................ 3 vs. Temple (3/10/12)
Draw Controls....1, 6x, last vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Caused Turnovers.............. 2 vs. Lehigh (3/12/13)
FRESHMAN SEASON (2012)
• Appeared in eight games as a freshman, recording three ground balls and three draw controls on defense
• Recorded a draw control against Fresno State
• Had a strong defensive game off the bench against Temple, recording three ground balls and a draw
control
• Registered her first career draw control against Detroit
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Four-year starter on the Holton-Arms lacrosse team
• Team captain 2011
• Named to the Maximum Rising Junior Showcase All-Star Team as a rising junior
• All-ISL 2010, 2011
• Named to the Under Armour Underclassman Lacrosse Team as a sophomore in 2009, while also earning
the Holton-Arms Coaches’ Award
• 2011 US Lacrosse Girl’s High School All-Academic Team
• Received the Suzanne Bailey Athletic Award for accomplishing “outstanding achievements” in athletics
and the Cassie Johnson Award for having “enthusiasm, athletic ability, sportsmanship and attitude” for
her sports in 2011
• Named to the 2010 D.C. National Team #1
• Won the field hockey Coaches’ Award as a freshman and was All-ISL in 2008, 2009 and 2011
• Holds a school relay record
PERSONAL: Born July 16, 1992, Mikki is the daughter of Howard and Fabiana Offit and has a brother, Josh,
who played lacrosse at Duke. She is majoring in Nutritional Sciences.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
2014
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
900000
.000 0 .000 0 0-0 1 20 1
2013 1401012
.500 21.0000 0-0 41 15
2012
Totals 3101012
.500 21.0000 0-0 8616
800000
.000 0 .000 0 0-0 3300
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Nicole
Graziano
5’7” ◊ Redshirt Junior ◊ Midfield ◊ Mendham, N.J. ◊ West Morris Mendham High School
JUNIOR SEASON (2014)
• Played in the North Carolina game
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2013)
• Assisted the Gators in a win over Vanderbilt with two goals, one assist and one ground ball
• Added one goal, two ground balls and a draw control against No. 17 John Hopkins
• Recorded a goal and two ground balls against Ohio State
• Played a well-rounded game for the Gators in a win over Lehigh adding two goals, one assist, a ground
ball and draw control
• Recorded one goal, one ground ball, one draw control and caused a turnover against No. 13 Dartmouth
• Had two assists and one ground ball against No. 9 Loyola
• Tallied one goal, one assist, one ground ball and had a draw control against UAlbany
• Scored two goals on two shots and had one draw control at High Point
Honors
•2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 ALC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2012 SEC First-Year Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals.......................... 6 vs. Fresno State (3/28/12)
Assists......................... 2, 5x-last at Loyola (3/5/13)
Points..........................7 vs. Fresno State (3/28/12)
Shots........... 7, 2x-last vs. Fresno State (3/28/12)
Ground Balls........................3 vs. Detroit (2/26/12)
Draw Controls......... 4 vs. Fresno State (3/28/12)
Caused Turnovers.............3 vs. Detroit (2/26/12)
FRESHMAN SEASON (2012)
• Tied for fifth on the team in both caused turnovers (11) and draw controls (19), and tied for third with
three game-winning goals (3)
• Had a goal, a ground ball and a draw control against Penn State in the NCAA Quarterfinals
• Registered a goal, two ground balls, a draw control and a caused turnover against UAlbany in the NCAA
First Round
• Had an assist, a ground ball and two draw controls against No. 1 Northwestern in the ALC Championship
• Scored the final two goals and added two ground balls and a caused turnover against Ohio State in the
ALC Tournament
• Led the Gators with two assists, two caused turnovers and two ground balls, adding a goal and a draw
control to greatly contribute the Gators’ first-ever overtime victory at No. 19 Johns Hopkins
• Led the Gators with a career-high six goals, seven points and four draw controls against Fresno State,
and added two ground balls
• Registered a goal, a ground ball, a draw control and a caused turnover against No. 9 Syracuse
• Caused a season-high three turnovers against Detroit, adding three ground balls, a goal, two assists and
a draw control
• Scored a team-high five goals at UMBC, while adding three draw controls and a caused turnover
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Four-year starter for West Morris Mendham High School
• Named First-Team All-America, first-team all-state, first-team all-county, first-team all-conference and
first-team all-area her junior and senior seasons
• Selected US Lacrosse All-America Player of the Year for New Jersey as a senior
• Second-team all-area 2008, first team 2009, 2010, 2011
• Second-team all-county 2008, first team 2009, 2010, 2011
• First-team all-conference 2009, 2011
• North Jersey Team #1 in WDNT 2009
• Selected to the 2009 Under Armour Underclassmen Games
• 2011 Daily Record Scholar-Athlete of the Year
• Played three seasons for STEPS Lacrosse in Chester, N.J.
• Named to the Club National Championship All-Tournament Team as a freshman and won the Lax for the
Cure New Egypt as a junior
• Also played soccer (first-team all-county, all-conference and Group III 2010, 2011, defensive MVP 2009,
team MVP 2010), and ran indoor track
PERSONAL: Born November 24, 1992, Nicole is the daughter of Michael Graziano and Reina Leary-Graziano.
She has five siblings - Erin, Stephen, Christine, Matthew and Megan; Erin played for the Gators from 2010-13.
Nicole is majoring in Sociology with a minor in Communication Studies.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
2014
2013
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
1 0000 1
.000 1 1.000 0 0-0 0020
20 2 13 8 21 36.361
27 .750
2012
22 4 24 12 36 46.522
36
.783
3
Totals
43 6 37 20 57 83.446 64
.771
4
1
5-9
14 8 8 2
5-7
19 19 18 11
10-16 33 27 38 13
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Sam
Darcangelo
5’5” ◊ Junior ◊ Midfield ◊ Freeland, Md. ◊ Maryvale Preparatory School
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014)
• Ranked second for Florida with 51 draw controls
• Tallied a goal, three draw controls and a ground ball against Northwestern in the NCAA Tournament
• Notched two goals and three ground balls in the win over Denver in the NCAA Tournament
• Recorded a goal, three draw controls, two ground balls and a caused turnover against No. 5 Northwestern
on April 19
• Notched a goal, an assist, a career-high seven draw controls, two ground balls and a caused turnover
against No. 11 Penn State
• Scored two goals and added three assists for a career-high-tying five points, while adding two ground
balls, two draw controls and a caused turnover in the win over No. 20 Ohio State
• Tallied a goal, two draw controls and a caused turnover against No. 2 Syracuse
• Scored a career-high-tying four goals and added an assist for a career-high five points, while also
recording five draw controls, two ground balls and two caused turnovers in the win over Michigan
• Grabbed five draw controls and two ground balls against Loyola
• Recorded a then-career-high three goals while adding two ground balls, a draw control and a caused
turnover for a well-rounded game in the victory over Jacksonville
Honors
•2014 IWLCA All-South Second Team
•2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 ALC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals....................4, 2x, last vs. Michigan (3/8/14)
Assists............................ 3 vs. Ohio State (3/22/14)
Points............. 5, 2x, last vs. Ohio State (3/22/14)
Shots....................... 5, 3x, last vs. Denver (5/11/14)
Ground Balls......................... 4 vs. Lehigh (3/12/13)
Draw Controls...................7, 2x, last vs. Vanderbilt
(4/13/14)
Caused Turnovers.................. 3, 2x-last vs. Lehigh
(3/12/13)
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013)
• Had two ground balls and a career-high six draw controls in the win over Stetson
• Recorded one goal, one assist, four ground balls, three draw controls and caused three turnovers in the
win against Lehigh
• Had one goal, one ground ball, four draw controls and caused three turnovers against UC Davis
• Tallied one goal, one draw control and one ground ball at High Point
BEFORE FLORIDA
• A four-year varsity starter at Maryvale Preparatory School
• 2012 US Lacrosse All-American Honorable Mention
• 2012 Under Armour Lacrosse All-American
• 2011 ESPN High School All-American Honorable Mention
• Two-time Baltimore Sun High School Lacrosse team selection with first-team honors (2012) and secondteam honors (2011)
• Three-time Towson Times Lacrosse High School including Co-Player of the Year in 2012 and two time
first-team honors (2011-12) and one honorable mention (’09)
• 2012 Baltimore Sun Lacrosse Player to Watch
• Three-time IAAM A Conference Lacrosse All-Start Team
• 2010 US Lacrosse Baltimore Metro Team
PERSONAL: Born December 1, 1993, Sam is the daughter of James Darcangelo and Marilyn Darcangelo,
and she has one brother, Jaret. She is majoring in Business Management.
CAREER STATS
2014
GP GS G
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
21 2129 6 3560
.483 43 .717 2 4-11 30512413
2013
14 0 3 1 4 9.333 6 .667 0
0-3 10 17 9 7
Totals
35 21 32 7 39 69.464 49
4-14
.710
2
40 68 33 20
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Sydney
DuPre
5’7” ◊ Junior ◊ Defense ◊ Houston, Texas ◊ Episcopal High School
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014)
• Registered a ground ball, a draw control and a caused turnover against No. 5 Northwestern in the NCAA
Tournament
• Had a ground ball and a caused turnover in the NCAA win over No. 17Denver
• Grabbed two draw controls against No. 5 Northwestern as Florida won the ALC Tournament
• Picked up two ground balls against No. 8 Johns Hopkins in the ALC Tournament
• Had a ground ball and a caused turnover against No. 5 Northwestern on April 19
• Grabbed a career-high-tying three ground balls against No. 20 Ohio State
• Had three ground balls and a caused turnover against Stetson
• Recorded a career-high three draw controls and a ground ball against No. 15 Stony Brook
Honors
•2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 ALC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2012 SEC First-Year Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Ground Balls.....................3, 2x, last vs. Ohio State
(3/22/14)
Draw Controls............. 3 vs. Stony Brook (3/1/14)
Caused Turnovers...... 1, 12x, last vs. Northwestern
(5/17/14)
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013)
• Helped the Gators in a historic win over No. 4 Northwestern by adding two ground balls and a draw
control
• Added a ground ball, draw control and caused a turnover against No. 17 John Hopkins
• Registered one ground ball and caused one turnover at No. 9 Penn State
• Recorded two ground balls and caused a turnover against Ohio State
• Had one draw control and one ground ball against No. 9 Loyola
• Had two ground balls and one draw control at Jacksonville
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Played four years at Episcopal High School in Houston, Texas
• Named First-Team All-American, All-State, All-SPC, All-South Zone and a District All-Star
• Played two season with club team Texas Rangers, where she won the 2010 Philadelphia Tournament
PERSONAL: Born on June 9, 1993, Sydney is the daughter of Frederick and Janet DuPre. She has a younger
sister, Shelby. Sydney is majoring in Finance and minoring in Accounting.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
2014 20
200000
.000 0 .000 0 0-0 15987
Totals 413900000 0 .000 0 0-0 30171112
2013
211900000 0 .000 0 0-0 15835
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Angela
Flister
5’8” ◊ Junior ◊ Defense ◊ Eldersburg, Md. ◊ Century High School
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014)
• Notched a goal, two ground balls and a caused turnover her first career start against Winthrop
• Tallied a career-high three ground balls and a caused turnover in the win over Michigan
• Recorded a ground ball and a caused turnover against Cincinnati
• Recorded a ground ball, a draw control and a caused turnover against Jacksonville
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013)
• Recorded two goals, two draw controls and caused three turnovers
• Had one goal, a career-high two draw controls and caused a turnover in the win over Stetson
• Scored her first collegiate goal in the Gators dominating win over Lehigh
• Caused two turnovers in her appearance against UAlbany
Honors
•2013 ALC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals.......................1, 2x-last vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Points......................1, 2x-last vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Shots.......................1, 2x-last vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Draw Controls................... 2 vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Caused Turnovers......... 2 vs. UAlbany (2/24/13)
BEFORE FLORIDA
• A four-year starting attacker for Century High School
• Helped Century to State Championships as a freshman, sophomore, and senior and a state finalist
appearance as a junior
• First-Team all-county and First Team all-conference as a junior and senior
• Was named to the Under Armour Lacrosse Baltimore Metro Team and second-team all-conference as a
sophomore, and earned an all-conference honorable mention in 2009
• A member of M&D Black club team where she helped her team to win five straight Mid-Atlantic
Championships, three National Draw Championships and three Galaxy Nationals Championships
• Member of the 2011 Champions Cup winning team, the 2010 Capitol Cup championship team and the
2010 Club National Championships winning team
PERSONAL: Born on August, 16, 1994, she is the daughter of Joan and Mark Flister. Angela has a brother,
Daniel, and sister, Sarah. Angela is majoring in Criminology and Law with a minor in Business.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
2014 1311011
1.00011.0000 0-0 8115
2013
Totals 231 3034
.750 41.0000 0-0 8348
1002023
.667 3 1.0000 0-0 0233
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Kelsey
Hart
5’7” ◊ Junior ◊ Defense ◊ North Babylon, N.Y. ◊ North Babylon High School
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014)
• Saw action in eight games for Florida, but did not record any stats.
CAREER HIGHS
Goals......................................1, vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Points.....................................1, vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Shots.....................................3, vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Ground Balls.................... 3, vs. UC Davis(2/22/13)
Draw Controls..................... 2, vs. Lehigh (3/12/13)
Caused Turnovers.........2, vs. UAlbany (2/24/13)
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013)
• Played in 13 games in her rookie campaign
• Scored her first collegiate goal and added a ground ball and draw control in a win over Stetson
• Recorded two ground balls and two draw controls in the Gators dominating win over Lehigh
• Contributed two ground balls and caused two turnovers against UAlbany
• Had three ground balls and a draw control in the win over UC Davis
•
BEFORE FLORIDA
• A seven-year player for the Long Island Yellow Jackets under Carol Rose and a five-year player for Coach
Kalie Howard at North Babylon High School
• Under Armour High School All-American 2011
• Three-time National Schoolgirls Team 2009, 2010, 2011
• Named all-division, all-region and all-country in high school
• 2010 Galaxy Champion and 2011 National Draw Champion with the Yellow Jackets
• Senior National Tournament All-Star
• Earned all-league honors in track in 2009 and all-county in 2010 and 2011
PERSONAL: Born June 6, 1994, Kelsey is the daughter of Michael and Sharon Hart. She has a brother, Michael, and a sister, Kailyn. Kelsey is majoring in English.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
2014
800000
.000 0 .000 0 0-0 0000
2013
1301015
.200 4 .800 0 0-0 8542
Totals 2101015
.200 4 .800 0 0-0 8542
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Lauren
Lea
5’5” ◊ Junior ◊ Attack ◊ Elkridge, Md. ◊ Archbishop Spalding High School
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014)
• Finished tied for first for the Gators with 20 assists and ranked fifth on the team with 29 ground balls
• Tallied two goals, three assists and a draw control against No. 5 Northwestern in the NCAA Tournament
• Tallied a goal, four ground balls and a draw control in the win over Vanderbilt
• Recorded an assist and three ground balls against No. 11 Penn State
• Had a goal, a career-high-tying six ground balls and a draw control against Dartmouth
• Recorded a goal and a career-high four assists at No. 2 Syracuse
• Had a goal, two assists and a ground ball against No. 15 Stony Brook
• Picked up a team-leading, career-best six ground balls while adding an assist in the win over High
Point
• Notched four ground balls, two assists and a draw control against Jacksonville
• Had three draw controls and a ground ball in the season opener against No. 1 North Carolina
Honors
•2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 ALC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals......... 2, 5x, last vs. Northwestern (5/17/14)
Assists................................ 4 vs. Syracuse (3/15/14)
Points........ 5, 2x, last vs. Northwestern (5/17/14)
Shots............... 5, 2x, last vs. Cincinnati (2/23/14)
Ground Balls....................6, 2x, last vs. Dartmouth
(3/18/14)
Draw Controls....................... 3, 2x, last vs. Stetson
(3/26/14)
Caused Turnovers...... 1, 4x, last vs. Northwestern
(4/19/14)
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013)
• Recorded two ground balls in the NCAA second round win over Denver
• Had two goals and a ground ball in the win over Stetson
• Added two goals and an assist off the bench in the Gators win over Lehigh
• Contributed a goal and a ground ball in a win over UC Davis
• Registered one ground ball, one draw control and caused a turnover at High Point
• Scored one goal and had one assist against Jacksonville
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Four-year player at Archbishop Spalding High School where she led in scoring as a junior and senior
• 2012 US All-American
• 2012 US Lacrosse Academic All-American
• 2011 & 2012 IAAM A All-Conference All-Star Team
• 2011 & 2012 Anne Arundel All-County First-Team
• 2012 Washington Post All-Metro Lacrosse Second-Team
• 2012 ASHS team captain
• Played six years for the M&D Lacrosse Club, coached by Scott Robinson, who went undefeated in
the 2010 and 2011 Club Tournament Circuit including winning the Club National Championship, the
MD Club Championship, the Champions Cup, the National Draw, the Capital Cup, the Mid-Atlantic
Tournament, the Galaxy Nationals, the Top-of-the-Bay Lax Class and the Charm City Tournament
• Two-time selection for the National SchoolGirls DC/Metro Team 1
• 2010 All-Galaxy First Team selection
• 2011 Under Armour Baltimore Girls All-Star Team and the 2011 Vail Shoot-Out All-Tournament team
PERSONAL: Born April 20, 1994, she is the daughter of Ronald and Sherri Lea and has a brother, Justin.
Lauren is majoring in Health Education & Behavior.
CAREER STATS
2014
Totals
GP GS G
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
212016203647
.340 35 .745 1
8-11 2914 17 3
2013 17072918
.39815 .833 1 0-0 8141
38 20 23 22 45 65.354 50 .769
2
8-11
37 15 21 4
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Darcy
Messina
5’5” ◊ Junior ◊ Attack ◊ Sayville, N.Y. ◊ Saint Anthony’s High School
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014)
• Recorded a goal, an assist and a ground ball against Stetson
• Scored a goal and dished out an assist against Winthrop
• Notched a goal and a ground ball in the win over Michigan
• Scored a goal and an assist against Jacksonville
• Scored a goal in the season opener against No. 1 North Carolina
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013)
• Had three ground balls in the win over Stetson
• Recorded a goal, an assist, had three ground balls and caused a turnover in Florida’s win over Lehigh
• Scored her first two collegiate goals and had an assist against UC Davis
Honors
•2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 ALC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals..................................2 vs. UC Davis (2/22/13)
Assists...................1, 6x, last vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Points.................................3 vs. UC Davis (2/22/13)
Shots............2, 3x, last vs. Jacksonville (2/12/14)
Ground Balls....... 3, 2x, last vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Draw Controls...........................................................n/a
Caused Turnovers............... 1 vs. Lehigh (3/12/13)
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Played six seasons for the LI Elite Yellowjackets, playing under Head Coach Carol Rose on the Blue
team in 2012, and was a four-year starter for Corinne Broesler-Lomangino at St. Anthony’s High
School
• Four-time New York State Catholic High School Champion
• Two-time US Lacrosse All-American 2011, 2012
• 2012 Attackman of the Year
• Under Armour All-American 2012
• MSG Varsity All-Metro Team 2012
• A member of the champion 2012 US Lacrosse Seniors Only Team
• Under Armour LI All-Star Team
• 2010 and 2011 US Lacrosse Schoolgirls Team 1
• First Team All-Galaxy 2010
• LI Empire State Team 2010
PERSONAL: Born on November 30, 1993, Darcy is the daughter of Erin and John Messina. She has three
older brothers; Matthew, Michael and Robert. Darcy is majoring in History and minoring in Education.
CAREER STATS
2014
GP GS G
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
1105499
.556 8 .889 0 0-0 3040
2013
13 0 3 2 5 6.500 4
Totals
24 0 8 6 14 15.533
.667
0
0-0
8 0 2 1
12 .800
0
0-0
11 0 6 1
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Carly
Ross
5’2” ◊ Junior ◊ Attack ◊ Freeland, Md. ◊ Maryvale Preparatory School
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014)
• Tallied a goal and two ground balls in the NCAA Tournament win over No. 17 Denver
• Recorded a goal and a draw control in the win over Johns Hopkins
• Tallied a goal, an assist, a career-high eight ground balls and two draw controls against No. 11 Penn
State
• Had a goal, an assist and four ground balls in the win over Dartmouth
• Picked up two ground balls against No. 2 Syracuse
• Had a goal, three ground balls and two caused turnovers in the win over Michigan
• Tallied three goals, an assist, two draw controls, two caused turnovers and a ground ball against No.
12 Loyola
• Registered career-highs of five goals and three caused turnovers and added an assist, four ground
balls against James Madison
• Scored two goals and added two draw controls in the win over High Point…Tallied a ground ball and
a draw control against Jacksonville
Honors
•2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 ALC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals................... 5 vs. James Madison (2/20/14)
Assists............1, 6x, last vs. Penn State (3/30/14)
Points................... 6 vs. James Madison (2/20/14)
Shots.................... 5 vs. James Madison (2/20/14)
Ground Balls............... 8 vs. Penn State (3/30/14)
Draw Controls.................2, 4x, last vs. Penn State
(3/30/14)
Caused Turnovers................ 3 vs. James Madison
(2/20/14)
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013)
• Played in 14 games in her rookie campaign
• Had one goal, one assist and a draw control in a win over Stetson
• Recorded her first collegiate goal and had two ground balls in the win over Lehigh
• Tallied one assist, one ground ball and a draw control against UC Davis
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Four-year player for Maryvale Prep where she was a US Lacrosse High School First-Team All-American
• Helped Maryvale to a 2012 IAAM Championship runner-up finish
• A two-time All-County All-Star from the Towson Times
• Maryvale Offensive Co-Player of the Year and Towson Times Co-Player of the Year in 2012
• First-Team Baltimore Sun All-Metro and First-Team All-IAAM her senior season
• Baltimore Metro Team 1 and All-County All-Star
• Played eight years for the ROME lacrosse club
• Named a Boston The Rise All-Tournament midfielder and a Capitol Cup All-Star, while her team was
the Beach Lax Champions
• Semifinalist at Club Nationals
PERSONAL: Born on January 11, 1994, she is the daughter of Neil and Rosemary Ross. Carly has two
brothers, Brad and Alex. She is majoring in Health Sciences.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
2014 2081842228
.64324 .857 0 2-4 30969
2013
1402355
.400 4 .800 0 0-1 4430
Totals
34 8 20 7 27 33.606 28
.848
0
2-5
34 13 9 9
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Devon
Schneider
6’2” ◊ Junior ◊ Attack ◊ Lititz, Pa. ◊ Manheim Township High School
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014)
• Finished the season ranked third in points (42) and fourth in goals (35)
• Tallied a goal, two assists, five ground balls and two caused turnovers in the NCAA Quarterfinals
against No. 5 Northwestern
• Notched a career-high five goals and seven points, while adding two assists, a ground ball and a draw
control in the NCAA Tournament win over No. 17 Denver
• Recorded three goals, two caused turnovers and a ground ball against No. 5 Northwestern on April 19
• Notched three goals, an assist and a ground ball against No. 11 Penn State
• Scored three goals in the win over Winthrop
• Scored three goals against No. 15 Stony Brook
• Had three goals, two ground balls and two draw controls against James Madison
• Registered a then-career-high four goals and added two draw controls and a caused turnover in the
win over Jacksonville
Honors
•2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 ALC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals.............................................5 vs. Denver (5/11/14)
Assists.............2, 3x, last vs. Northwestern (5/17/14)
Points............................................7 vs. Denver (5/11/14)
Shots...................................7 vs. Penn State (3/30/14)
Ground Balls.5, 2x, last vs. Northwestern (5/17/14)
Draw Controls..........................3 vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Caused Turnovers.........2, 4x, last vs. Northwestern
(5/17/14)
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013)
• Saw action in 12 games for Florida
• Scored a goal coming off the bench in the NCAA second round win over Denver
• Scored a career-high two goals and had five ground balls, three draw controls and caused two
turnovers
• Recorded a goal, an assist and a ground ball against Lehigh
• Scored her first collegiate goal against Jacksonville
BEFORE FLORIDA
• A four-year varsity player for Manheim Township High School and seven-year player for X-Treme
lacrosse club in Lancaster, Pa., both under head coach Mark Pinkerton
• Under Armour All-America Senior Team 2012
• Under Armour Underclassmen All-American in 2011 and 2010
• Won four-straight district championships (2009-12) and three league championships (2010-12),
including a 24-1 campaign in 2012 at Manheim Township
• Under Armour High School All-American 2012
• First Team All-American 2011, 2012
• Academic All-American 2011
• Four-time all-league and all-section selection and Leave MVP in 2010, 2011, 2012
• 2012 Lancaster Intelligencer Journal/New Era High School Female Athlete of the Year
• Also played four seasons of volleyball, and was a four-time All-Star, two-time all-district selection,
and named to the Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association All-State team in 2012
PERSONAL: Born on February 12, 1994, Devon is the daughter of John and Vicky Schneider. She has
one sister, Kirstin and one brother, Matt. She is majoring in Sport Management and minoring in Business.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
2014
2013
Totals
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
21 17 35 7 42 58.603
47
.810
3
4-7
21 13 7 9
12 0 5 1 6 12.417 10 .833 0
0-1
6 3 2 2
33 17 40 8 48 70.571
4-8
27 16 9 11
57 .814
3
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Mary-Sean
Wilcox
5’3” ◊ Junior ◊ Goalkeeper ◊ Lutherville, Md. ◊ Notre Dame Prep
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014)
• Played in 20 games for Florida, earning nine starts
• Recorded a career-high four ground balls and made three saves against Northwestern in the NCAA
Quarterfinals
• Registered six saves and two ground balls in the NCAA Tournament win over Denver
• Recorded a career-high 10 saves and added a career-high-tying three ground balls against Johns
Hopkins in the ALC Tournament
• Had five saves and a ground ball against Northwestern on April 19 as Florida clinched the ALC regular
season title
• Made a then-career-high eight saves and a season-high two ground balls against Johns Hopkins on
April 5
• Tallied five saves and a ground ball against Penn State
• Registered five saves against No. 2 Syracuse
Honors
•2014 ALC All-Tournament Team
•2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 ALC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Minutes...............60:00, 5x, last vs. Northwestern
(5/4/14)
Saves.......................10 vs. Johns Hopkins (5/2/14)
Save Percentage..... .800 (19:45) vs. Dartmouth
(3/18/14)
Fewest Goals Allowed........ 1 (55:00) vs. Stetson
(3/19/13)
Ground Balls............4 vs. Northwestern (5/17/14)
Caused Turnovers..............1 vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013)
• Made 11 appearances in the cage for the Gators in her rookie season
• Recorded a career-high three ground balls and had a save against Lehigh
• Had a career-high six saves in the win over UC Davis
• Came in off the bench and had two ground balls and five saves against No. 18 Stony Brook
• Came in as a reserve at High Point and had four saves.
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Four year starter at Notre Dame Prep
• Named Top 25 goalkeepers by ESPNHS
• As a sophomore, Wilcox helped Notre Dame Prep to a runner-up finish in the MIAA Championship
and as well as a semifinal appearance her junior year
• Notre Dame was ranked No. 2 in the 2011 Preseason Poll
• Wilcox also spent six seasons in goal for TLC Lacrosse under club coach Kait Gentry
PERSONAL: Born October 27, 1993, Mary-Sean is the daughter of Brian and Eileen Wilcox. She has three
brothers; Christopher, Timmy, and Michael. Mary-Sean is majoring in Sociology.
CAREER STATS
GP
2014
20
GS
9
Minutes GA
GAA
727:52101
8.33
Saves Save Pct. Shots
77
.433
W
216 10
L
GB
0
16
TO
6
CT
0
2013 11 0176:23
16 5.44 21 .568 560060 1
Totals
31
9
904:15117
7.76
98
.456
272 10
0
22
6
1
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Beth
Willertz
5’5” ◊ Junior ◊ Defense ◊ Severn, Md. ◊ Severn School
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014)
• Played in nine games for Florida
• Scored a goal and grabbed a ground ball in the win over Stetson
• Dished out the first assist of her career against Cincinnati.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013)
• Saw action in 12 games for the Gators
• Recorded her first collegiate draw control against No. 17 John Hopkins
• Scored a career-high two goals in a win over Stetson
• Recorded her first collegiate goal and ground ball in the win over Lehigh.
Honors
•2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals..................................... 2 vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Assists...............................1 vs. Cincinnati (2/23/14)
Points.................................... 2 vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Shots..................................... 3 vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
Ground Balls.......1, 2x, last vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Draw Controls...........1 vs. John Hopkins (4/6/13)
Caused Turnovers...................................................n/a
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Played four years of lacrosse for Irene Sotiropoulos at the Severn School and was a three-year
attacker for the Maryland United Lacrosse Club under Coach Paul Billingsley
• Anne Arundel County Private School All-County 2012
• On the club side, Maryland United was the 2011 and 2009 Summer Showcase Tournament Champion
and the 2010 IWLCA President’s Cup Tournament Champion
• Also played four years of varsity soccer, who advanced to the IAAM B Conference Championship in
the fall of 2011.
PERSONAL: Born on January 27, 1994, Beth is the daughter of Stephen and Ellen Willertz, and has two
brothers, Jake and Nike. She is majoring in Health Education & Behavior.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
2014
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
90 1 1 23
.333 2 .667 0 0-1 1 030
2013
1203036
.500 5 .833 0 0-1 1 1 00
Totals
2104159
.444 7 .778 0 0-2 2130
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Jackie
Rupp
5’5” ◊ Redshirt Sophomore ◊ Defense ◊ Herndon, Va. ◊ Oakton High School
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (2014)
• Played in two games for the Gators
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013)
• Redshirted due to injury
Honors
•2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 ALC Academic Honor Roll
•2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Four-year starter for Oakton High School
• 2012 State Champions with an 18-2 record
• 2011 Concord District Champions and the Regional and State finalists
• Team captain sophomore through senior years
• Three-time first-team all-district selection, a three-time district tournament team selection, a twotime regional tournament team selection, a two-time first-team all-region selection, a National
SchoolGirl Team selection and the 2011 Defensive MVP
• Played six years for M&D club program under Coach Scott Robinson, who have won nine tournaments
since 2009 (Mid Atlantic and National Draw - 2009, Mid-Atlantic, Galaxy National, Club National
Championship, MD Club Champ, Elite, Capital Cup, National Draw – 2010, Champions Cup - 2011)
PERSONAL: Born on June 9, 1994, Jackie is the daughter of Robert and Sarah Rupp. She is majoring in
Sport Management and minoring in Business.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
2014
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
200000
.000 0 .000 0 0-0 0000
2013Redshirted
Totals 200000
.000 0 .000 0 0-0 0000
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Amy
Arnold
5’6” ◊ Sophomore ◊ Defense ◊ Topsfield, Mass. ◊ Masconomet Regional High School
FRESHMAN SEASON (2014)
• Saw action in eight games for the Gators
• Played a well-rounded game against Stetson, tallying one goal and one assist for two points, while
adding a ground ball, a draw control and a caused turnover
Honors
•2014 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals..................................... 1 vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Assists................................... 1 vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Points................................... 2 vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Shots.................................... 2 vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Ground Balls....................... 1 vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Draw Controls.................... 1 vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Caused Turnovers............ 1 vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
BEFORE FLORIDA
• A four-year varsity starter at Masconomet High School, where she was coached by Alan McCarthy
• 2013 Cape Ann League Player of the Year
• 2011, 2012, 2013 Cape Ann League All-League Honors
• 2013 US Lacrosse First Team All-American, ESPN Boston MIAA All State Team, Boston Globe AllScholastic and Boston Herald All-Scholastic
• 2012 and 2013 EMGLCA First Team All-Star
• 2011, 2012, 2013 Salem News All-Star
• Helped lead Masconomet High School to 2010, 2012 and 2013 Cape Ann League Championships
• Member of the 2012 Under Armour All-America New England Team
• Member of the 2011 and 2012 Lower New England National Teams
• Played for the Revolution Lacrosse Club for five years; coached by Lukas Cash
• Helped her team to win the 2012 New England Chill Tournament and a runner-up finish at the 2012
Northern Rise Girls’ Lacrosse Showcase
PERSONAL: Born January 4, 1995, Amy is the daughter of Mark and Alice Arnold and she has one
sibling, Sam. Amy is majoring in Social & Behavioral Sciences.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
2014
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
801 122
.500 21.0000 1-1 1 101
Totals 801 122
.500 21.0000 1-1 1 101
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Taylor
Bresnahan
5’4” ◊ Sophomore ◊ Defense ◊ Edgewater, Md. ◊ South River High School
FRESHMAN SEASON (2014)
• One of two freshmen to start every game this season for the Gators
• Tied for second on the team with 22 caused turnovers
• Notched two draw controls, a caused turnover and a ground ball against No. 5 Northwestern in the
NCAA Quarterfinal game
• Tallied two caused turnovers and two ground balls against No. 17 Denver in the NCAA Tournament
game
• Recorded a career-high four ground balls, two caused turnovers and a ground ball against No. 5
Northwestern on April 19
• Notched three ground balls, two caused turnovers and a draw control vs. No. 13 Johns Hopkins on
April 5
• Caused a career-high four turnovers and added two ground balls against No. 2 Syracuse
• Recorded a career-high six draw controls, a goal, an assist, a ground ball and a caused turnover in
the win over Winthrop
• Picked up three draw controls and a ground ball against No. 12 Loyola
• Notched a team-leading three ground balls and a caused turnover against No. 1 North Carolina
Honors
•2014 IWLCA All-South Second Team
•2014 ILWomen All-Rookie Team
•2014 ALC All-Tournament Team
CAREER HIGHS
Goals.................. 1, 2x, last vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
Assists.................................1 vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
Points.................................2 vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
Shots......... 1, 5x, last vs. Northwestern (4/19/14)
Ground Balls...........4 vs. Northwestern (4/19/14)
Draw Controls................ 6 vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
Caused Turnovers......... 4 vs. Syracuse (3/15/14)
BEFORE FLORIDA
• A four-year starter at South River High School, where she was coached by Kim Macnemar
• Assisted her team to a MPSSAA Class 4A state championship in 2010
• Helped lead South River to Anne Arundel County championships in 2011, 2012 and 2013
• 2013 Capital Gazette Girls Athlete of the Year
• 2013 Baltimore Sun Athlete of the Year nominee
• 2012 Capital Gazette All-American
• 2012 and 2013 Anne Arundel All-County First Team
• 2012 US Lacrosse First Team All-American...2011 Anne Arundel All-County Second Team
• Member of the 2010 Under Armour All-American Washington D.C. Team
• Played for Maryland United 2013 East Club team for four years under head coach Karen Pipkin
PERSONAL: Born April 26, 1995, Taylor is the daughter of Thomas and Bonnie Bresnahan. She has three
sisters - Heather, Kassidy and Tommi. Taylor is majoring in Social & Behavioral Sciences.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
2014 21
212135
.4002.4000 0-024
195
22
Totals 21
212135
.4002.4000 0-024
19522
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Sammi
Burgess
5’3’ ◊ Sophomore ◊ Attack ◊ Fallston, Md. ◊ McDonogh School
FRESHMAN SEASON (2014)
• Finished second on the team with 38 goals and 53 points, and third with 15 assists
• Recorded two goals, three ground balls and a caused turnover against No. 5 Northwestern in the
NCAA Tournament
• Scored two goals and added a draw control against No. 5 Northwestern as Florida won the ALC
Tournament
• Registered two goals, a ground ball and the first caused turnover of her career against No. 8 Johns
Hopkins in the ALC Tournament
• Scored a career-high-tying four goals and added an assist, two ground balls and a draw control in the
win over No. 5 Northwestern on April 19
• Recorded a career-high four goals, an assist, three ground balls and a draw control against Vanderbilt
• Recorded three goals and three assists for a career-high six points and added four ground balls
against Cincinnati
• Scored three goals while picking up a career-high five ground balls and a draw control in the win
over High Point
• Had an impressive debut for the Gators with a goal and two assists to finish second on the team
with three points and picked up two draw controls in the season opener against No. 1 North Carolina
Honors
•2014 IWLCA All-South Second Team
•2014 ILWomen All-Rookie Team
•2014 ALC Rookie of the Year
•2014 All-ALC Second Team
•2014 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals........ 4, 2x, last vs. Northwestern (4/19/14)
Assists..............................3 vs. Cincinnati (2/23/14)
Points...............................6 vs. Cincinnati (2/23/14)
Shots................7, 2x, last vs. Vanderbilt (4/13/14)
Ground Balls..................5 vs. High Point (2/15/14)
Draw Controls........... 4 vs. Jacksonville (2/12/14)
Caused Turnovers.......1, 3x, last vs. Northwestern
(5/17/14)
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Member of the McDonogh School lacrosse team for four years and a starter for three; coached by
Chris Robinson
• Helped lead her team to IAAM Championships in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013
• Assisted McDonogh to 2010 and 2011 ESPN Fab 50 championships
• Led McDonogh to 2012 and 2013 Nike/U.S. Lacrosse Championships
• 2013 Under Armour Senior All-American, US Lacrosse First Team All-American, IAAM All-Star and
Baltimore Sun First-Team All-Metro
• Member of the Under Armour Underclassman Baltimore team in 2010, 2011 and 2012
• Helped soccer to a 2010 IAAM Championship
• Was a six year starter for Coach Michael McLaughlin and the Skywalkers 2013 Blue
• Helped the team to 2010 and 2011 Charm City Championships
PERSONAL: Born January 5, 1995, Sammi is the daughter of Keith Burgess and Michelle Bentkowski.
She has four siblings - Keith Burgess Jr., Chris Burgess, Maddy Eckstein and Amelia Bothwell. Sammi is
majoring in Social & Behavioral Sciences.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
2014
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
212038155375.507 63 .840 1 5-13 261626 3
Totals 212038155375.507 63 .840 1 5-13 261626 3
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Caroline
Fitzgerald
5’3” ◊ Sophomore ◊ Defense ◊ Mount Sinai, N.Y. ◊ Mount Sinai High School
FRESHMAN SEASON (2014)
• One of two freshmen to start every game for the Gators
• Finished tied for second for Florida with 30 ground balls and 22 caused turnovers
• Tallied two ground balls and two caused turnovers in the NCAA Tournament win over No. 17 Denver
• Had two caused turnovers and a ground ball against No. 5 Northwestern on April 19
• Tallied two ground balls, one caused turnover and one draw control in the win over No. 11 Penn State
• Recorded three caused turnovers, two ground balls and two draw controls in the win over No. 20
Ohio State
• Picked up a career-high five ground balls and added a draw control and a caused turnover against
Dartmouth
• Tallied two caused turnovers and a ground ball at No. 2 Syracuse
• Notched a career-high four caused turnovers and added four ground balls in the win over No. 15
Stony Brook
• Notched two ground balls and two draw controls in the season opener against No. 1 North Carolina
Honors
•2014 IWLCA All-South Second Team
•2014 ILWomen All-Rookie Team
•2014 All-ALC Second Team
CAREER HIGHS
Ground Balls................ 5 vs. Dartmouth (3/18/14)
Draw Controls................. 2, 3x, last vs. Ohio State
(3/22/14)
Caused Turnovers......................4 vs. Stony Brook
(3/1/14)
BEFORE FLORIDA
• A five-year member of the Mount Sinai lacrosse team, where she was coached by Al Bertalone
• Led her team to an undefeated season and 2013 New York State Class C Championship
• Helped Mount Sinai to 2011 and 2013 Long Island Class C championships
• 2013 New York State Class C Championship Tournament MVP
• 2013 New York State Championship All-Tournament Team Selection
• US Lacrosse First Team All-American in 2011, 2012 and 2013
• 2013 MSGVarsity All Tri-State Fist Team Selection
• Named to the 2013 Newsday All Long Island First-Team
• Named to the 2013 Under Armour Senior North Team
• 2010, 2011, 2012 Under Armour All-American
• 2012 Under Armour All-America Underclassmen All-Tournament Team
• A seven-year member of the Long Island Yellow Jackets under head coach Carol Rose
PERSONAL: Born December 30, 1994, Caroline is the daughter of Dave and Marianne Fitzgerald.
Caroline has two sisters, Kaitlyn and Erin, and one brother, Connor. She is majoring in Social & Behavioral
Sciences.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
2014
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
21210000
.000 0 .000 0 0-0 309522
Totals 21210000
.000 0 .000 0 0-0 309522
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Carli
Marsh
5’4” ◊ Sophomore ◊ Midfield ◊ Parkland, Fla. ◊ Pine Crest High School
FRESHMAN SEASON (2014)
• Scored a career-high three goals against Stetson
• Had a goal and a draw control in her first career start against Dartmouth
• Scored a goal against No. 2 Syracuse
• Recorded two goals, a ground ball and a caused turnover in the win over Winthrop
• Tallied a goal, an assist, a career-high four draw controls and a ground ball against Michigan
• Notched two goals, an assist, two draw controls, a ground ball and a caused turnover against
Cincinnati
Honors
•2014 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals.................................... 3 vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Assists...................1, 2x, last vs. Michigan (3/8/14)
Points...................3, 2x, last vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Shots.................................... 6 vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Ground Balls...... 1, 3x, last vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
Draw Controls...................4 vs. Michigan (3/8/14)
Caused Turnovers.............1, 2x, last vs. Winthrop
(3/12/14)
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Spent her senior year playing for Pine Crest High School and head coach Eileen Pliske
• 2013 US Lacrosse First Team All-American
• 2013 First Team Florida All-Region and First Team Broward County All-District selection
• Named to the 2013 Broward County All-County First Team
• 2013 First Team South Florida All-League member
• Played for Stoneman Douglas High School for three years and was coached by Ivy Pisani
• Helped Stoneman Douglas to Florida High School Club Division State Championships in 2010 and
2011 and a 2012 South Florida District Championship
• 2013 and 2012 Sun Sentinel and Miami Herald First Team selection
• Member of the 2011 Under Armour South National Team
• 2010, 2011, 2012 South Florida US Lacrosse Women’s Division National Tournament Selection
• Played for LaxManiax Black under Coach Sarah Burlingame for three years
• Helped her team to a Capital Cup championship and a 2012 Heatwave championship
PERSONAL: Born on April 23, 1995, Carli is the daughter of Darren and Caryn Marsh. She has one sister,
Nikki, and two brothers, Brandon and Daniel. Carli is majoring in Social & Behavioral Sciences.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
2014 1411021218
.556 15 .833 0 2-5 3732
Totals
21 0 4 1 5 9.444
7
.778
0
0-2
2 1 3 0
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Chloe
O’Haire
5’5” ◊ Sophomore ◊ Midfield ◊ Vero Beach, Fla. ◊ Saint Edwards High School
FRESHMAN SEASON (2014)
• Recorded a goal and a draw control in the win over Stetson
• Notched two goals and a draw control against Winthrop
• Tallied two draw controls, a ground ball and a caused turnover against Michigan
• Notched a goal, four draw controls and a ground ball in the win over Cincinnati
Honors
•2014 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals..................................2 vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
Assists..........................................................................n/a
Points.................................2 vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
Shots.................................... 4 vs. Stetson (3/26/14)
Ground Balls.......1, 2x, last vs. Michigan (3/8/14)
Draw Controls...............4 vs. Cincinnati (2/23/14)
Caused Turnovers............ 1 vs. Michigan (3/8/14)
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Played lacrosse for St. Edwards for five years, where she was coached by Mike Perez and Don Balch
• Helped her team to the FHSAA District 8 finals in 2009 and 2010, District 18 finals in 2012, District 9
semifinals in 2011 and District 23 semifinals in 2013
• Named a 2013 US Lacrosse Academic All-American
• A 2013 All-Area, All-Region and All-District First Team Selection
• Member of the 2011 Under Armour South National Team
• Member of the 2010 and 2011 South Florida National Teams
• 2011 All-League, All-District and Midfield Second Team selection
• Named 2010 All-Area First Team selection, First-Team Midfield and Second-Team All-League
• Played for LaxManiax Black under Coach Sarah Burlingame for five years
• Helped her team to a Capital Cup championship, a 2012 Heatwave championship a second place
finish in the 2012 Southern Alliance Tournament and a 2011 Wishbone championship
• Was named to LaxManiax TFG for four years
PERSONAL: Born December 17, 1994, Chloe is the daughter of Sean and Baerbel O’Haire, and has two
siblings, Sydney and Conor. Chloe is majoring in Social & Behavioral Sciences.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
2014
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
10040417
.235 12 .706 0 1-2 292 1
Totals 10040417
.235 12 .706 0 1-2 292 1
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STUDENT-ATHLETE BIOS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
4
Alex
Puller
5’6” ◊ Sophomore ◊ Midfield ◊ Severna Park, Md. ◊ Archbishop Spalding High School
FRESHMAN SEASON (2014)
• Dished out an assist in the NCAA Tournament win over Denver
• Grabbed two draw controls in the win over Stetson
• Notched an assist, three draw controls and a ground ball against Winthrop
• Registered two draw controls against Michigan
• Recorded a goal, an assist and a ground ball in the win over Cincinnati
• Tallied a ground ball and a caused turnover in the win over Jacksonville
Honors
•2014 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals.................................1 vs. Cincinnati (2/23/14)
Assists...................... 1, 3x, last vs. Denver (5/11/14)
Points...............................2 vs. Cincinnati (2/23/14)
Shots..................................2 vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
Ground Balls........1, 3x, last vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
Draw Controls.................3 vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
Caused Turnovers........1 vs. Jacksonville (2/12/14)
BEFORE FLORIDA
• A four-year varsity starter for Archbishop Spalding lacrosse
• Coached by Donny Restley
• Led Spalding to a school best 12-6 record in 2013
• 2013 Anne Arundel All-County First Team
• 2013 IAAM All-Conference A Team
• 2013 Baltimore Sun All-Metro Second Team
• Member of the 2012 DC Metro Team 1
• Also played basketball and field hockey
• Helped basketball to 2011 and 2013 IAAM Championships
• Played for Maryland United 2013 East Club team for two years under head coach Karen Pipkin
PERSONAL: Born on January 12, 1995, Alex is the daughter of Walter and Kimberly Puller; she has one
sibling, Mac. Alex is majoring in Social & Behavioral Sciences.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
2014
15 0 1 3 4 4.250
2 .500 0
0-0
3 7 1 1
15 0 1 3 4 4.250
2 .500 0
0-0
3 7 1 1
Totals
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STUDENT-ATHLETE BIOS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
17
Mollie
Stevens
5’7” ◊ Sophomore ◊ Midfield ◊ Centreville, Md. ◊ Queen Anne School
FRESHMAN SEASON (2014)
• Saw action in all 21 games for Florida, starting 17
• Notched a goal, a career-high four ground balls and a draw control against Northwestern in the
NCAA Quarterfinals
• Tallied four goals, three ground balls and a caused turnover in the NCAA Tournament win over No.
17 Denver
• Registered two goals, a draw control and a caused turnover against No. 5 Northwestern in the ALC
Tournament Championship
• Scored three goals and added three ground balls in the win over Vanderbilt
• Recorded a career-high four goals, an assist and a draw control against No. 11 Penn State
• Registered three goals and two ground balls at No. 2 Syracuse
• Notched three goals and a ground ball against No. 15 Stony Brook.
Honors
•2014 ILWomen All-Rookie Team
•2014 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHS
Goals.......................4, 2x, last vs. Denver (5/11/14)
Assists............ 1, 2x, last vs. Penn State (3/30/14)
Points............................ 5 vs. Penn State (3/30/14)
Shots.............................. 8 vs. Dartmouth (3/18/14)
Ground Balls........... 4 vs. Northwestern (5/17/14)
Draw Controls...............2 vs. Cincinnati (2/23/14)
Caused Turnovers..................1, 7x, last vs. Denver
(5/11/14)
BEFORE FLORIDA
• A four-year varsity starter for Queen Anne’s County lacrosse, where she was coached by Penelope
Santos-Bates
• Helped Queen Anne’s to Maryland Class 3A/2A East Region championships in 2010, 2011, 2012 and
2013
• Assisted Queen Anne’s in Maryland 3A State semifinalist finishes in 2010, 2011 and 2013
• Helped Queen Anne’s advance to the 2012 Maryland 3A State Finals
• 2013 US Lacrosse First Team All-American
• 2010, 2011, 2013 All Mid Shore First Team honoree
• 2012 All Mid Shore Co-Player of the Year
• Member of the 2011 and 2012 Under Armour All-American Washington DC Team
• Also played field hockey, soccer and swam in high school
• Played for Maryland United 2013 East Club team for four years under head coach Karen Pipkin
PERSONAL: Born December 6, 1995, Mollie is the daughter of Allen and Christine Stevens, and has one
brother, Adam. Mollie is majoring in Social & Behavioral Sciences.
CAREER STATS
GP GS G
A Pts Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GWFPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
2014
21 17 36 2 38 66.545 49
.742
2
6-11
27 8 19 7
21 17 36 2 38 66.545 49
.742
2
6-11
27 8 19 7
Totals
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STUDENT-ATHLETE BIOS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
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Morgan
Bracken
5’7” ◊ Freshman ◊ Midfield ◊ Towson, Md. ◊ Notre Dame Preparatory
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Member of the Notre Dame Preparatory School lacrosse team for three years where she was coached
by Mary Bartel
• Helped lead her team to the IAAM A Conference Semifinals en route to ending the season as the
ninth-ranked team in the country (2014)
PERSONAL: Born June 12, 1996, Morgan is the daughter of Colt and Laurie Bracken. She has three
siblings: Jenna (25), Chris (22) and Hannah (14). Her stepbrother, Chris Lightner, was a three-year starter
on defense for the Johns Hopkins lacrosse team. Majoring in Social & Behavioral Sciences
34
Christiana
Butz
5’6” ◊ Freshman ◊ Attack ◊ Vero Beach, Fla. ◊ Saint Edwards High School
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Played five seasons at Saint Edwards High School, where she was coached by Don Balch and Mike
Perez
• Led Saint Edwards to the district finals three times (2009, 2010, 2012)
• Two-time All-Area selection (2011, 2012), Second-Team All-Region (2012) and Third-Team All-Region
(2012)
• Member of the South Florida National Team (2011, 2012)
• Played six years for club team LaxManiax and head coach Sarah Burlingame
PERSONAL: Born February 22, 1996, Christiana is the daughter of Thomas and Pamela Butz. Her
brother, Andrew (21), lettered for the Gator tennis team. Also played golf, volleyball and soccer while in
high school. She is majoring in Finance.
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STUDENT-ATHLETE BIOS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
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Olivia
Cole
5’6” ◊ Freshman ◊ Goalkeeper ◊ Alexandria, Va. ◊ Bishop Ireton High School
BEFORE FLORIDA
• A four-year member of the Bishop Ireton High School lacrosse team, where she was coached by Rick
Sofield
• Led Bishop Ireton, the No. 6-ranked team in the country, to a VISAA championship and a WCAC
championship (2014), 2012 VISAA Finals and the 2013 WCAC Finals
• 2014 Under Armour All-American
• 2013 Under Armour Underclassmen All-American
• 2013 First-Team US Lacrosse All-American
• Three-time All-WCAC, 2013 All-VISAA and 2013 and 2014 Washington Post All-Met Honorable
Mention
• Played three years of club lacrosse for Capital Lacrosse and head coach Katie McLaughlin and three
years for the FCA Girls National High School Team
• Member of the DC Metro Team 1, which won the 2013 Women’s National Tournament
PERSONAL: Born January 5, 1996, Olivia is the daughter of Grant and Susan Cole; she has one sister,
Amelia (14). Chose Florida over Duke, Connecticut, Jacksonville, James Madison, Ohio State and
Massachusetts. She is majoring in Telecommunications.
27
Katharine
Hamer
5’3” ◊ Freshman ◊ Defense ◊ Key Largo, Fla. ◊ Coral Shores High School
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Played four seasons for Coral Shores High School and head coach Mark Hall, where she led her team
to three district championships and a state quarterfinal appearance.
• Three-time All-District First Team (2012, 2013, 2014) and All-District Second Team in 2011
• Named 2013 Academic All-American
• Played two years for club teams Barefoot Lacrosse and Xteam Lacrosse
PERSONAL: Born August 29, 1996, Katharine is the daughter of Andrew and Holly Hamer. Katharine has
one brother, A.J. (19). Her father, Andrew, was a swimmer for the Gators from 1983-84. Chose Florida
over Stetson. She is majoring in Engineering.
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Aniya
Flanagan
5’2” ◊ Freshman ◊ Defense ◊ Baltimore, Md. ◊ Perry Hall High School
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Played lacrosse for Perry Hall for four years, where she was coached by Kristen Arseneau
• Earned All-Division and All-County honors
• Played four years for club team Lonney’s Lacrosse Club, where she was coached by Erica Bearman
PERSONAL: Born December 22, 1995, Aniya is the daughter of Howard Otto and Angela Flanagan. She
has two siblings: Anionne Flanagan (15) and Kanye Otto (8). Chose Florida over Delaware and UNC.
Aniya is majoring in Physical Therapy.
32
Bella
O’Connor
5’3” ◊ Freshman ◊ Attack ◊ Plymouth, Mass. ◊ Notre Dame Academy
BEFORE FLORIDA
• Played four seasons for Notre Dame Academy and head coach Meredith Frank, where she led her
team to a 2013 D1 State Championship
• Three-time Under Armour All-American (2011, 2013, 2014)
• Named First-Team All-Scholastic by Boston Globe (2012, 2013, 2014), Boston Herald and Patriot
Ledger
• Played nine years with club team Masselite, where she was coached by Meredith Frank
PERSONAL: Born on September 23, 1995, Bella is the daughter of John and Caroline O’Connor. She has
one brother, Vinnie Renaut (25). Majoring in Biology.
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STUDENT-ATHLETE BIOS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
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Allie
Pavinelli
5’8” ◊ Freshman ◊ Midfield ◊ Northport, N.Y. ◊ Northport High School
BEFORE FLORIDA
• A four-year varsity starter at Northport High School, where she was coached by Carol Rose
• Member of the 2011 New York State A championship-winning team
• Four-time Under Armour All-American (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
• Four-time All-County, 2013 MSG Tri-State Second Team
• Played seven years for club teams Long Island Yellow Jackets and LI, where she was coached by
Becky Thorn and Carol Rose, respectively
• Member of 2012 and 2013 National Draw Championship teams, 2012 Lax for Cure and 2011 Lax
Inception Championship teams
PERSONAL: Born December 31, 1995, Allie is the daughter of Robert and Kelley Pavinelli. She has
three siblings: Michael (14), Danielle (12) and Joey (6). Chose Florida over North Carolina and Southern
California. Her uncle, Shawn Halloran, played quarterback for Boston College from 1982-86. Majoring in
Sports Management.
7
Shayna
Pirreca
5’4” ◊ Freshman ◊ Attack ◊ Mount Sinai, N.Y. ◊ Mount Sinai High School
BEFORE FLORIDA
• During her five-year career at Mount Sinai High School and for head coach Al Bertolone, she totaled
203 goals and 86 assists
• Helped lead Mount Sinai, the top-ranked public school in the state of New York and fifth-ranked team
in the country, to a 2013 New York State Championship
• Member of 2011 New York State runner-up team
• 2014 Under Armour All-American and MVP of 2014 UA Lacrosse Classic after scoring a game-high
five points (three goals, two assists)
• 2013 Under Armour Underclassmen Games All-Tournament Team
• 2014 All-Long Island, three-time All-County selection (2012, 2013, 2014), 2014 All-Tri-State Team and
All-Division selection in 2011
• Named to the 2013 Inside Lacrosse Senior Watch List
• Member of 2011 and 2013 Long Island and Suffolk County championship teams
• Played five years of club lacrosse for the Long Island Yellow Jackets under head coach Becky Thorn
where she led her team to a U15 National Championship
PERSONAL: Born on January 27, 1996, she is the daughter of Joseph and Kim Pirreca. Shayna has two
siblings, Sydney (16) and Jojo (13). Her father, joseph played football and baseball at the University at
Albany. Chose Florida over Duke, North Carolina and Syracuse. Major: Undecided.
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ADMINISTRATION & SUPPORT STAFF // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Kent Fuchs
President
Jeremy Foley
Director of
Athletics
Mike Hill
Exec. Assoc. AD
External Affairs
Chip Howard
Exec. Assoc. AD
Internal Affairs
Lynda Tealer
Exec. Assoc. AD
Administration
Keith Carodine
Sr. Assoc. AD
Office of
Student Life
Mary Howard
Sr. Assoc. AD
Communications
Steve McClain
Sr. Assoc. AD
Communications
Jamie McClosky
Sr. Assoc. AD
Compliance
Mike Spiegler
Sr. Assoc. AD
Administration
Kim Green
Associate AD Compliance
Norm Carlson
Assistant AD
Communications
Mark Gajda
Assistant AD
Ticket Office
Stacey Higgins
Assistant AD
Sports Health
Susan Parrish
Assistant AD
Accounting
Jack Pfaff
Assistant AD
Operations &
Facilities
Marci Brown
Program
Coordinator
Kyle Oland
Communications
Martin Salamone
Assistant AD
Marketing
Connor
Buckridge
Video
Coordinator
Sarah Snyder
Nutrition
Coordinator
Melissa Stuckey
Assistant AD
Accounting
Lisa Kahn
Student
Manager
Caleb Sorgius
Academic
Counselor
Dave Werner
Assistant AD
Sports Health
Brynne Kelly
Marketing &
Promotions
Brandon
Symoens
Student
Manager
Tom Williams
Assistant AD
Office of
Student Life
Jessica
Mateer
Athletic Trainer
Lindsey Thomas
Operations
Karin Werth
Strength &
Conditioning
Coordinator
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2014 SEASON REVIEW // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Record: 18-3 (6-0 ALC) ◊ NCAA finish: T-5th ◊ Final poll rank: 6
ALC regular season finish: 1st ◊ ALC tournament finish: 1st
2014 Results and Scoring Leaders
Date
Opponent
2/8 at North Carolina
2/12 Jacksonville
2/15 High Point
2/20 James madison
2/23 Cincinnati
3/1 at Stony Brook
3/4 at Loyola
3/8 * Michigan
3/12 Winthrop
3/15 at Syracuse
3/18 Dartmouth
3/22 * at Ohio State
3/26 at Stetson
3/30 * Penn State
4/5 * at Johns Hopkins
4/13 * Vanderbilt
4/19 * Northwestern
5/2 &Johns Hopkins
5/4 &Northwestern
5/11 ^ Denver
5/17 ^ Northwestern
W/LScore
L
8-20
W
21-5
W
18-7
W
21-8
W 19-6
W
14-1
W 14-13
W 20-4
W
21-5
L
12-17
W
14-7
W 10-9
W
23-1
W
13-9
W 10-9
W 14-9
W 13-12
W
11-6
W
9-8
W 19-9
L 11-12 (OT)
Goals
Gilroy (4)
Gilroy (7)
Gilroy (8)
Multiple (5)
Darcangelo (4)
Multiple (3)
Barry (5)
Multiple (4)
Gilroy (5)
Multiple (3)
Gilroy (6)
Gilroy (4)
Gilroy (7)
Multiple (4)
Gilroy (7)
Burgess (4)
Burgess (4)
Gilroy (4)
Multiple (2)
Schneider (5)
Gilroy (3)
Assists
Burgess (2)
Lea (2)
Multiple (1)
Gilroy (3)
Burgess (3)
Gilroy (4)
Gilroy (2)
Multiple (1)
Multiple (1)
Lea (4)
Ross (1)
Darcangelo (3)
Lea (2)
Multiple (1)
Lean (1)
Multiple (2)
Multiple (1)
Multiple (1)
Multiple (1)
Multiple (2)
Lea (3)
Points
Gilroy (5)
Gilroy (7)
Gilroy (8)
Gilroy (8)
Burgess (6)
Gilroy (7)
Gilroy (6)
Multiple (5)
Gilroy (5)
Lea (5)
Gilroy (6)
Darcangelo (5)
Gilroy (8)
Stevens (5)
Gilroy (7)
Burgess (5)
Burgess (5)
Gilroy (5)
Multiple (2)
Schneider (7)
Lea (5)
* ALC opponent
& ALC Tournament in Evanston, Ill.
^ NCAA Tournament in Gainesville, Fla.
2014 IWLCA All-South Region
Nora Barry, First Team
Shannon Gilroy, First Team
Taylor Bresnahan, Second Team
Sammi Burgess, Second Team
Sam Darcangelo, Second Team
Caroline Fitzgerald, Second Team
Coach of the Year
2 players, 4 honors
Nora Barry
IWLCA (3rd)
Shannon Gilroy
IWLCA (1st), WomensLax.com,
Lacrosse Magazine
Midfielder of the Year
Amanda O’Leary
ILWomen
All-Americans Honors
American Lacrosse Conference
Shannon Gilroy
WomensLax.com
2014 ALC Tournament Results
2014 ALC Standings
OverallPct. ALC Home Road Neutral
Florida
18-3.857 6-0 10-1 7-2 1-0
Ohio State
13-7 .650 4-2
9-1
3-4
1-2
Northwestern14-7 .667 3-3
7-4 6-2
1-1
Penn State
10-8 .556 3-3
7-2
3-4
0-2
Johns Hopkins 15-5 .750 3-3
9-1
5-2
1-2
Vanderbilt 5-12.294 2-4 2-6 3-6 0-0
Michigan
4-13.235 0-6 3-5
1-7
0-1
Hosted by Northwestern (Evanston, Ill.)
May 1 - Quarterfinals
Johns Hopkins 13, Penn State 10
Northwestern 12, Vanderbilt 9
Ohio State 12, Michigan 8
May 2 - Semifinals
Florida 11, Johns Hopkins 6
Northwestern 9, Ohio State 8
May 4 - Finals
Florida 9, Northwestern 8
204 NCAA Tournament Results
May 9 - First Round (Campus Sites)
Penn 9, Canisius 4
Duke 13, Stanford 8
Notre Dame 18, High Point 4
Louisville 11, Ohio State 10
Denver 12, Jacksonville 8
Georgetown 9, Johns Hopkins 8
Princeton 16, Penn State 13
Boston College 17, Bryant 9
Loyola 10, UMass 4
Stony Brook 10, Towson 8
May 11 - Second Round (Campus Sites)
Maryland 13, Penn 5
Duke 10, Notre Dame 8
Northwestern 11, Louisville 8
Florida 19, Denver 9
North Caroline 10, Georgetown 8
Virginia 13, Princeton 11
Boston College 8, Loyola 3
Syracuse 13, Stony Brook 6
May 17 - Quarterfinals (Campus Sites)
Maryland 15, Duke 8
Virginia 10, North Carolina 9
Northwestern 12, Florida 11
Syracuse 11, Boston College 9
May 23 - Semifinals (Towson, Md.)
Maryland 9, Northwestern 6
Syracuse 16, Virginia 8
May 25 - Finals (Towson, Md.)
Maryland 15, Syracuse 12
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2014 SEASON REVIEW // FLORIDA LACROSSE
FLORIDA GATOR TEAM HIGHS & LOWS
CategoryHigh
Low
Total Points
30 vs Stetson (3/26)
11 vs
Goals
23 vs Stetson (3/26)
8 vs
Assists
9 vs Denver (5/11)
1 vs
Shots
46 vs Stetson (3/26)
18 vs
Shots on Goal
38 vs Stetson (3/26)
14 vs
Ground Balls
27 vs Penn State (3/30)
9 vs
Draw Controls
22 vs Michigan (3/8)
8 vs
Cincinnati (2/23)
Turnovers
19 vs Syracuse (3/15)
3 vs
Caused Turnovers
15 vs Syracuse (3/15)
3 vs
Saves
15 vs Syracuse (3/15)
3 vs
North Carolina (2/8)
Northwestern (5/4)
Johns Hopkins (4/5)
North Carolina (2/8)
North Carolina (2/8)
Johns Hopkins (4/5)
Dartmouth (3/18)
Northwestern (5/4)
Johns Hopkins (4/5)
Johns Hopkins (4/5)
Northwestern (5/4)
Johns Hopkins (5/2)
Stetson (3/26)
North Carolina (2/8)
Northwestern (5/4)
Stetson (3/26) OPPONENT TEAM HIGHS & LOWS
CategoryHigh
Low
Total Points
27 by North Carolina (2/8)
1 by
Goals
20 by North Carolina (2/8)
1 by
Assists
7 by North Carolina (2/8)
0 by
Shots
41 by North Carolina (2/8)
5 by
Shots on Goal
35 by North Carolina (2/8)
4 by
Ground Balls
24 by North Carolina (2/8)
6 by
Draw Controls
20 by Syracuse (3/15)
4 by
Turnovers
21 by Syracuse (3/15)
6 by
Caused Turnovers
11 by Penn State (3/30)
0 by
Saves
15 by Stetson (3/26)
4 by
Dartmouth (3/18)
Stetson (3/26)
Stony Brook (3/1)
Stetson (3/26)
Stony Brook (3/1)
Stetson (3/26)
Stony Brook (3/1)
Stetson (3/26)
Stetson (3/26)
Northwestern (5/4)
Penn State (3/30)
Michigan (3/8)
Cincinnati (2/23)
Stony Brook (3/1)
Johns Hopkins (4/5)
James Madison (2/20)
INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME HIGHS
Points
8 Shannon Gilroy (Stetson, 3/26;
James Madison, 2/20; High Point, 2/15)
Goals
8 Shannon Gilroy (High Point, 2/15)*
Assists
4 Lauren Lea (Syracuse, 3/15)*
Shannon Gilroy (Stony Brook, 3/1)*
Shots
14 Shannon Gilroy (Johns Hopkins, 4/5)*
Draw Controls
10 Shannon Gilroy (High Point, 2/15)*
Shots on Goal
11 Shannon Gilroy (High Point, 2/15)
Caused Turnovers
5 Nora Barry (Syracuse, 3/15)*
Ground Balls
8 Carly Ross (Penn State, 3/30)
Nora Barry (Syracuse, 3/15)
Saves
13 Cara Canington (North Carolina, 2/8)
* indicates program record
2014 RECORD WHEN...
Overall........................................................................................................................... 18-3
American Lacrosse Conference (regular season)......................................... 6-0
At home......................................................................................................................... 10-1
On the road...................................................................................................................7-2
At a neutral site............................................................................................................ 1-0
Night games (6 p.m. or later)................................................................................ 4-0
Day games (before 6 p.m.)................................................................................... 14-3
Overtime......................................................................................................................... 0-1
One-goal games...........................................................................................................5-1
Games decided by 2-5 goals...................................................................................3-1
Games decided by 6-9 goals.................................................................................. 1-0
Games decided by 10+ goals...................................................................................9-1
Against ranked opponents......................................................................................9-3
Against top-10 opponents.......................................................................................3-3
Against opponents ranked 11-20.......................................................................... 6-0
Against unranked opponents................................................................................ 9-0
Leading with 5:00 left.............................................................................................. 16-1
Trailing with 5:00 left.................................................................................................1-2
Tied with 5:00 left...................................................................................................... 1-0
Scoring 10 or more goals........................................................................................17-2
Scoring fewer than 10 goals......................................................................................1-1
Allowing 10 or more goals.......................................................................................2-3
Allowing less than 10 goals...................................................................................16-0
Five+ players score a goal..................................................................................... 16-3
Less than five players score a goal..................................................................... 2-0
Assisting on five or more goals.............................................................................9-2
Assisting on less than five goals............................................................................9-1
Outshooting the opponent.................................................................................... 18-1
Opponent outshoots UF......................................................................................... 0-2
Shots are the same....................................................................................................0-0
Scoring first....................................................................................................................8-1
Opponent scores first..............................................................................................10-2
Winning more draw controls................................................................................13-0
Opponent wins more draws....................................................................................5-3
Draw controls are the same...................................................................................0-0
Leading at halftime..................................................................................................14-0
Trailing at halftime......................................................................................................2-3
Tied at halftime........................................................................................................... 2-0
Recording more ground balls............................................................................... 16-2
Recording fewer ground balls..................................................................................1-1
Ground balls are the same....................................................................................... 1-0
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2014 STATISTICAL LEADERS & HIGHLIGHTS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Player
Shannon Gilroy
Sammi Burgess
Devon Schneider
Nora Barry
Mollie Stevens
Lauren Lea
Sam Darcangelo
Carly Ross
Carli Marsh
Darcy Messina
Points
Goals AssistsPoints
86
20
106
38
15
53
35
7
42
30
10
40
36
2
38
16
20
36
29
6
35
18
4
22
10
2
12
5
4
9
Goals
Player
Goals (Shots)
Shannon Gilroy........................................................86 (173)
Sammi Burgess.........................................................38 (75)
Mollie Stevens...........................................................36 (66)
Devon Schneider..................................................... 35 (58)
Nora Barry.................................................................30 (70)
Sam Darcangelo......................................................29 (60)
Carly Ross................................................................... 18 (28)
Lauren Lea.................................................................. 16 (47)
Carli Marsh...................................................................10 (18)
Darcy Messina............................................................... 5 (9)
Assists
Player
Assists (Points)
Shannon Gilroy....................................................... 20 (106)
Lauren Lea.................................................................20 (36)
Sammi Burgess......................................................... 15 (53)
Nora Barry................................................................. 10 (40)
Devon Schneider........................................................7 (42)
Sam Darcangelo.........................................................6 (35)
Darcy Messina............................................................... 4 (9)
Carly Ross.....................................................................4 (22)
Alex Puller....................................................................... 3 (4)
Carli Marsh..................................................................... 2 (12)
Mollie Stevens..............................................................2 (34)
Ground Balls
Player
Ground Balls
Nora Barry...........................................................................43
Carly Ross............................................................................30
Caroline Fitzgerald...........................................................30
Sam Darcangelo................................................................30
Lauren Lea........................................................................... 29
Mollie Stevens..................................................................... 27
Sammi Burgess.................................................................. 26
Taylor Bresnahan............................................................... 24
Shannon Gilroy................................................................... 24
Krista Grabher..................................................................... 21
Devon Schneider................................................................ 21
Player
Shannon Gilroy
Sammi Burgess
Nora Barry
Mollie Stevens
Sam Darcangelo
Devon Schneider
Lauren Lea
Carly Ross
Carli Marsh
Chloe O’Haire
Draw Controls
Player
Carly Ross
Devon Schneider
Mollie Stevens
Carli Marsh
Sammi Burgess
Shannon Gilroy
Sam Darcangelo
Nora Barry
Lauren Lea
Chloe O’Haire
Player
Draw Controls
Shannon Gilroy................................................................... 82
Sam Darcangelo................................................................. 51
Nora Barry...........................................................................48
Taylor Bresnahan................................................................ 19
Sammi Burgess................................................................... 16
Lauren Lea............................................................................14
Devon Schneider................................................................ 13
Krista Grabher.....................................................................10
Sydney DuPre........................................................................9
Caroline Fitzgerald..............................................................9
Chloe O’Haire.........................................................................9
Carly Ross...............................................................................9
Caused Turnovers
Player
Caused Turnovers
Shannon Gilroy................................................................... 24
Taylor Bresnahan............................................................... 22
Caroline Fitzgerald........................................................... 22
Nora Barry............................................................................ 19
Sam Darcangelo................................................................. 13
Carly Ross...............................................................................9
Devon Schneider..................................................................9
Sydney DuPre........................................................................7
Krista Grabher.......................................................................7
Mollie Stevens........................................................................7
Shots
Shots (Goals)
173 (86)
75 (38)
70 (30)
66 (36)
60 (29)
58 (35)
47 (16)
28 (18)
18 (10)
17 (4)
Shot Pct.
.497
.507
.429
.545
.483
.603
.340
.643
.556
.235
Shot Percentage (min. 10 shots)
Shot Pct. Shots (Goals)
.643
28 (18)
.603
58 (35)
.545
66 (36)
.556
18 (10)
.507
75 (38)
.497
173 (86)
.483
60 (29)
.429
70 (30)
.340
47 (16)
.235
17 (4)
Shots on Goal
Player
Shannon Gilroy
Sammi Burgess
Nora Barry
Mollie Stevens
Devon Schneider
Sam Darcangelo
Lauren Lea
Carly Ross
Carli Marsh
Chloe O’Haire
Goals (Shots) Shots on Goal
86 (173)
128
38 (75)
63
30 (70)
50
36 (66)
49
35 (58)
47
29 (60)
43
16 (47)
35
18 (28)
24
10 (18)
15
4 (17)
12
Team Highlights
• The Gators proved they didn’t need to rebuild in year five, just reload. After graduating its first four-year class, many thought Florida would take a step back
in the fifth year of the program. The Gators did quite the opposite, finishing the season with an 18-3 record, including going 6-0 in conference play.
• Florida claimed its fourth consecutive ALC regular season title and second ALC tournament title in 2014. UF also advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals for
the fourth straight year.
• Florida went undefeated in ALC play this season. The Gators conclude American Lacrosse Conference play with a 29-9 record overall.
• Florida earned the overall No. 1 seed for the ALC Tournament held in Evanston, Ill., after defeating No. 5 Northwestern, 13-12, on the road to conclude the
regular season.
• The Gators won three ALC post-season awards in 2014, as Shannon Gilroy was named Midfield Player of the Year, Sammi Burgess was named Rookie of the
Year and head coach Amanda O’Leary was named Coach of the Year. O’Leary has been crowned ALC Coach of the Year for three of the past four years,
including the last two.
• The Gators earned their fourth straight postseason berth in 2014, making their fourth consecutive appearance in the NCAA quarterfinals as the overall No. 4
seed. Florida defeated Denver in the NCAA second round before falling to Northwestern.
• Florida finished the season fairly high in the NCAA rankings. As a team, Florida ranked second in scoring offense (15.00), fourth in scoring margin (6.57),
fifth in draw controls (15.14 per game) and in points (412), 13th in ground balls per game (18.48) and 19th in scoring defense (8.43 goals allowed per game).
• Florida players ranked well individually also. Shannon Gilroy led the nation in goals (86) and goals per game (4.10), while ranking second in points per game
(5.05) and third in points (106). Cara Canington finished her season ranked 15th in save percentage (.469) and Mary-Sean Wilcox was 20th in goals-against
average (8.33).
Individual Highlights
Nora Barry
• Set a program record for free-position goals after going 4-for-4 from the 8-meter line against High Point
• Set a program record of five caused turnovers against No. 2 Syracuse
• Led the Gators in ground balls (43) and ranked third in draw controls (48) and fourth in caused turnovers (19) and points (40)
Sammi Burgess
• Finished second on the team with 38 goals and 53 points, and third with 15 assists
• Named ALC Rookie of the Year and All-ALC Second Team
Shannon Gilroy
• Led the nation with 86 goals and led Florida in points (106), goals (86), assists (20), draw controls (82), free-position goals (32) and caused turnovers (24)
• Set a new program single-game record with 10 draw controls in the win over High Point, while tying the single-game record of eight goals
• Set or tied a total of 13 program records in 2014
• Was named Florida’s third Tewaaraton finalist in three years
• Was named a Honda Sports Award nominee
• Picked up three All-American honors, as well as being named All-ALC First Team
• Was named ALC Tournament MVP and ALC Midfield Player of the Year
• Became the first player in Florida history to score 100+ points in a season
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 47
FLORIDA LACROSSE TIMELINE & LACROSSE 101 // FLORIDA LACROSSE
June 14, 2006: Sport announced by the UAA
June 22, 2007: Head Coach Amanda O’Leary hired
September 17, 2008: Ground-breaking on Florida Lacrosse Facility
(now Donald R. Dizney Lacrosse Stadium)
November 19, 2008: First signing class announced
September 26, 2009: First practice held
February 20, 2010: Florida defeats Jacksonville, 16-6, in the first game
in program history.
March 20, 2010: Florida defeats its first ranked opponent, No. 17 New
Hampshire, 15-3, at Donald R. Dizney Lacrosse Stadium
April 3, 2010: The Gators earn their first ALC victory, a 13-11 win over
No. 14 Penn State
May 6, 2010: With the Gators’ 14-3 win over No. 20 Johns Hopkins in
the opening round of the ALC Tournament, UF became just the sixth
team in NCAA Division I women’s lacrosse history to have 10 or more
wins in their first season, joining Navy (13-4 in 2008), Louisville (12-4
in 2008), North Carolina (12-4 in 1996), Holy Cross (10-0 in 1980) and
New Hampshire (10-0-1 in 1977).
February 9, 2011: Florida is ranked Preseason No. 17 for its first ever
ranking in the IWLCA Poll.
March 9, 2011: Florida defeats first Top-10 opponent, No. 9 Georgetown,
17-10.
March 14, 2011: Florida becomes fastest program in IWLCA poll history
to break into the top 10, ranked No. 10 just 15 weeks after its inaugural
game.
April 14, 2011: The Gators defeat then-No. 2 Northwestern, finishing
the home season with a perfect 11-0 record at home in the regular
season. The win marked the Wildcats’ first ALC regular-season loss
since 2004.
April 17, 2011: Florida defeats No. 17 Vanderbilt, 8-7, to finish the ALC
regular season undefeated (5-0) and claim its first ever regular-season
title. Florida is the second team to go undefeated in the ALC, sharing
the feat with Northwestern.
May 6-7, 2011: Florida defeats No. 18 Ohio State, 16-13, in the ALC
Tournament to advance to its first ALC Championship game. Florida
falls to Northwestern, 10-9, in the finals.
May 14, 2011: Florida hosts No. 7 Stanford in its first ever NCAA
Tournament appearance, defeating the Cardinal, 13-11. UF’s
advancement to the quarterfinals is the furthest a second-year
program has ever gone since the Tournament’s expansion to a 16-team
field (1997).
March 28, 2012: Florida earns its first-ever shutout, defeating Fresno
State, 29-0. The 29-goal margin of victory marked the largest shutout
in NCAA history.
April 21, 2012: No. 5 Florida defeats No. 1 Northwestern, their first-ever
top-ranked opponent, to win back-to-back ALC regular-season titles.
April 23, 2012: Florida becomes the first team ever to win all three
ALC weekly awards in the same week, as Gabi Wiegand (Offensive),
Sam Farrell (Defensive) and Nora Barry (Rookie) are all honored.
May 5, 2012: Florida defeats Northwestern, 14-7, for its first ALC
Tournament title.
May 6, 2012: Florida becomes the youngest program ever to earn the
No. 1 overall seed for the NCAA Tournament.
May 7, 2012: UF is ranked No. 1 in the IWLCA and deBeer national polls,
making it the fastest Gator program ever to No. 1 and just the second
third-year program to earn the top ranking (UNC, 1998).
May 19, 2012: Florida defeats Penn State, 15-2, in the NCAA
Quarterfinals to become the youngest program ever to win more than
one NCAA Tournament game in a season. UF earned its first Final
Four berth, joining UNC as the only two third-year programs ever to
advance to the National Semifinals.
May 4, 2014: The Gators defeat Northwestern, 9-8, to win their second
ALC Tournament title
June 26, 2014: Florida joins the BIG EAST Conference as an affiliate
member, beginning in the 2015 season.
April 25, 2011: Florida becomes highest-ranked second-year program
in history, ranking No. 2 in the IWLCA poll.
Draw: Women’s lacrosse’s version of a “faceoff,” which occurs at the
beginning of each half and after every goal. One representative from
each team takes the draw in the center circle, where the ball is placed
between the nets of their sticks, pockets facing away from the ball.
Two players from each team may wait on the edge of the circle. All
other players must stay behind the restraining line until the whistle
is blown. On the whistle, the two players taking the draw toss the
ball into the air, and it is then up for grabs to anyone who can gain
possession.
Draw Control: A draw control is awarded to the first player to gain
solid possession of the ball after the draw.
Caused Turnover: A caused turnover is awarded to the player
responsible (if any) for creating a turnover. A turnover is only awarded
if one team had clear possession, loses the ball, and the other team
games solid possession. The caused turnover goes to the person
responsible for making the opposing player lose the ball. A ground
ball is then awarded to the next player who earns possession, which
can be the player who caused the turnover or her teammate.
Ground Ball (GB): A “ground ball” is the statistic awarded to a player
who gains possession of the ball for her team. A player can only earn
a ground ball on a turnover by the other team or after a shot by either
team. If a player on Team A has possession but drops the ball, a ground
ball can only be awarded to a player on Team B. If another player on
Team A fights for the ball and gets it, no GB is awarded. A ground ball
does not have to be on the ground; for instance, an intercepted pass
would go down as a ground ball and a caused turnover.
Free-Position Attempt: When a defensive foul occurs within the
8-meter arc, a free-position attempt is given to the offensive team.
The fouled player sets up on the nearest hash mark, and the arc is
cleared of defenders. If it is a direct free-position attempt, the person
with the ball is able to shoot on the whistle.
Clear: A team begins a “clear attempt” any time it gains possession in
its defensive end. The clear is “successful” if the team is able to bring
the ball across the midfield and maintain possession until crossing the
second restraining line into the offensive end. A “failed clear” is scored
if the team turns the ball over before making it to the offensive end,
either in the defensive end or in the midfield.
Points: Goals + Assists
Game-Winning Goal (GW): The game-winning goal is awarded to the
player who scores the goal that, in the order of goals scored, is one
more than the opponent’s total. For instance, in a 12-8 victory, the 9th
goal would be the game-winner.
Shots on Goal (SOG): Total number of shots that would go in the net
without a goalkeeper present (Goals + Saves). Shots that hit the post
or cross bar or are wide are “shots” but not shots on goal.
Goals-Against Average (GAA): A goalkeeper’s goals-against average
is the number of goals allowed, divided by the number of minutes she
has played, multiplied by 60.
Save Percentage: A goalkeeper’s save percentage is the number of
saves she has, divided by the number of shots on goal taken by the
other team (also Saves/(Saves+GA)).
Yellow Card: If a player commits a more serious foul, she is issued a
yellow card and must sit for 2 minutes. During this time, the carded
team may only send six players into the offensive and defensive
ends, instead of the usual seven, giving the opposing team a 7-on-6
advantage at both ends. If a goal is scored during this time, it is ruled
“man-up” or “man-down,” depending on the team. If the opposing
team scores a man-up goal, the carded player may return to the field
of play, rather than waiting the full two minutes.
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 48
INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Points
No. Player, Opponent
11
Ashley Bruns vs. Siena (2/24/12)
10 Ashley Bruns vs. Marist (3/17/10)
9
Ashley Bruns vs. New Hampshire (3/20/10)
8
Shannon Gilroy at Stetson (3/26/14)
8
Shannon Gilroy vs. James Madison (2/20/14)
8
Shannon Gilroy vs. High Point (2/15/14)
8
Ashley Bruns at Vanderbilt (4/14/13)
8
Kitty Cullen vs. Dartmouth (3/20/12)
8
Kitty Cullen at Penn State (4/2/11)
8
Ashley Bruns vs. Syracuse (3/19/11)
8
Kitty Cullen vs. Denver (2/20/11)
8
Ashley Bruns vs. Jacksonville (2/20/10)
By a Senior: 8–Ashley Bruns at Vanderbilt (4/14/13)
By a Junior: 12–Ashley Bruns vs. Siena (2/24/12)
By a Sophomore: 8–Kitty Cullen at Penn State
(4/2/11) and Ashley Bruns vs. Syracuse (3/19/11)
By a Freshman: 10–Ashley Bruns vs. Marist (3/17/10)
Goals
No. Player, Opponent
8
Shannon Gilroy vs. High Point (2/15/14)
8
Ashley Bruns at Vanderbilt (4/14/13)
8
Ashley Bruns vs. Siena (2/24/12)
7
Shannon Gilroy vs. Johns Hopkins (4/5/14)
7
Shannon Gilroy at Stetson (3/26/14)
7
Shannon Gilroy vs. Jacksonville (2/12/14)
7
Shannon Gilroy vs. Northwestern (5/5/12)
7
Kitty Cullen at Penn State (4/2/11)
6
Shannon Gilroy vs. Dartmouth (3/18/14)
6
Nicole Graziano vs. Fresno State (3/28/12)
6
Kitty Cullen vs. Northwestern (4/14/11)
6
Kitty Cullen vs. Ohio State (3/26/11)
6
Ashley Bruns vs. Syracuse (3/19/11)
6
Kitty Cullen vs. Denver (2/20/11)
6
Kitty Cullen vs. Johns Hopkins^ (5/6/10)
6
Ashley Bruns vs. New Hampshire (3/20/10)
6
Ashley Bruns vs. Marist (3/17/10)
By a Senior: 8–Ashley Bruns at Vanderbilt (4/14/13)
By a Junior: 8–Shannon Gilroy vs. High Point
(2/15/14) and Ashley Bruns vs. Siena (2/24/12)
By a Sophomore: 7–Kitty Cullen at Penn State (4/2/11)
By a Freshman: 6–Nicole Graziano vs. Fresno
State (3/28/12)
Assists
No. Player, Opponent
4
Lauren Lea at Syracuse (3/15/14)
4
Shannon Gilroy at Stony Brook (3/1/14)
4
Brittany Dashiell vs. Vanderbilt (4/14/12)
4
Ashley Bruns at UMBC (2/19/12)
4
Ashley Bruns at Penn State (4/2/11)
4
Ashley Bruns vs. Denver (2/20/11)
4
Ashley Bruns vs. Marist (3/17/10)
4
Ashley Bruns at LaSalle (2/23/10)
4
Ashley Bruns vs. Jacksonville (2/20/10)
3
17 times, most recent by Lauren Lea vs. Northwestern* (5/17/14)
By a Senior: 3–many times, last Brittany Dashiell vs. Denver (5/12/13)
By a Junior: 4–three times, last Shannon Gilroy
at Stony Brook (3/1/14)
By a Sophomore: 4–three times, last Lauren
Lea at Syracuse (3/15/14)
By a Freshman: 4–Ashley Bruns vs. Marist (3/17/10)
No.
14
13
13
13
13
12
12
12
11
11
11
11
11
11
Shots
Player, Opponent
Shannon Gilroy vs. Johns Hopkins (4/5/14)
Shannon Gilroy vs. Penn State (3/30/14)
Shannon Gilroy vs. Dartmouth (3/18/14)
Shannon Gilroy vs. High Point (2/15/14)
Kitty Cullen vs. Johns Hopkins (4/6/13)
Shannon Gilroy at Stetson (3/26/14)
Kitty Cullen vs. Johns Hopkins (4/9/11)
Ashley Bruns vs. New Hampshire (3/20/10)
Kitty Cullen vs. Siena (2/24/12)
Kitty Cullen vs. Northwestern (4/14/11)
Kitty Cullen vs. Penn State (4/2/11)
Kitty Cullen vs. Ohio State (3/26/11)
Kitty Cullen vs. Vanderbilt^ (5/7/10)
Ashley Bruns vs. St. Bonaventure (3/4/10)
Saves
No. Player, Opponent
15 Mikey Meagher vs. Syracuse*^ (5/25/12)
15 Mikey Meagher at Georgetown (3/7/12)
14 Cara Canington at Johns Hopkins (5/6/10)
13 Cara Canington vs. North Carolina (2/8/14)
13 Mikey Meagher vs. Johns Hopkins (4/9/11)
12 Mikey Meagher at Syracuse (5/18/13)
11
Cara Canington vs. Stony Brook (3/1/14)
11
Mikey Meagher at North Carolina (2/9/13)
11
Cara Canington at Northwestern (5/2/10)
11
Cara Canington vs. Georgetown (3/9/10)
11
Mikey Meagher vs. Stanford (5/14/11)
By a Senior: 13–Cara Canington vs North Carolina (2/8/14)
By a Junior: 15–Mikey Meagher vs. Syracuse*^ (5/25/12)
By a Sophomore: 13–Mikey Meagher vs. Johns
Hopkins (4/9/11)
By a Freshman: 14–Cara Canington at Johns
Hopkins^ (5/6/10)
Ground Balls
No. Player, Opponent
10 Rachel Zimmerman vs. Jacksonville (2/20/10)
8
Carly Ross vs. Penn State (3/30/14)
8
Nora Barry at Syracuse (3/15/14)
6
Lauren Lea vs. Dartmouth (3/18/14)
6
Lauren Lea vs. High Point (2/15/14)
6
Sam Farrell vs. Stony Brook (2/20/13)
6
Emily Dohony vs. Ohio State (5/4/12)
6
Mikey Meagher at Ohio State (3/24/12)
6
Sam Farrell at Jacksonville (2/16/11)
6
Brittany Dashiell vs. Vanderbilt (4/18/10)
6
Cara Canington vs. Ohio State (3/27/10)
By a Senior: 6–Sam Farrell vs. Stony Brook (2/20/13)
By a Junior: 8–Nora Barry at Syracuse (3/15/14)
By a Sophomore: 10–Rachel Zimmerman vs.
Jacksonville (2/20/10)
By a Freshman: 6–Brittany Dashiell vs. Vanderbilt
(4/18/10) and Cara Canington vs. Ohio State (3/27/10)
No.
10
8
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
7
Caused Turnovers
No.
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
Player, Opponent
Nora Barry at Syracuse (3/15/14)
Shannon Gilroy vs. Dartmouth (3/18/14)
Taylor Bresnahan at Syracuse (3/15/14)
Caroline Fitzgerald at Stony Brook (3/1/14)
Sam Farrell vs. Northwestern^ (5/5/13)
Krista Grabher at Vanderbilt (4/14/13)
Rachel Zimmerman vs. Jacksonville (2/20/10)
27 times, most recent by
Shannon Gilroy vs. Vanderbilt (4/13/14)
No.
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Player, Opponent
Shannon Gilroy vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
Nora Barry vs. High Point (2/15/14)
Shannon Gilroy vs. Denver (5/11/14)
Shannon Gilroy vs. Dartmouth (3/18/14)
Shannon Gilroy vs. Jacksonville (2/12/14)
Shannon Gilroy vs. Stony Brook (2/20/13)
Shannon Gilroy vs. Penn State (4/1/12)
Janine Hillier vs. Ohio State^ (5/6/11)
Kitty Cullen vs. Northwestern (4/14/11)
Kitty Cullen vs. Fairfield (3/23/11)
Free-Position Goals
* Denotes overtime game
^ Denotes neutral field
Kitty Cullen
Draw Controls
Player, Opponent
Shannon Gilroy vs. High Point (2/15/14)
Shannon Gilroy vs. James Madison (2/20/14)
Nora Barry vs. James Madison (2/20/14)
Shannon Gilroy vs. UAlbany (2/24/13)
Sam Darcangelo vs. Vanderbilt (4/13/14)
Sam Darcangelo vs. Penn State (3/30/14)
Shannon Gilroy at Vanderbilt (4/14/13)
Brittany Dashiell at High Point (2/17/13)
Shannon Gilroy at William & Mary (3/17/12)
Shannon Gilroy vs. Penn State (4/1/12)
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INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Points
Draw Controls
No. Player (Goals/Assists)
Season
106 Shannon Gilroy (86/20)
2014
86 Kitty Cullen (77/9)
2011
79 Ashley Bruns (48/31)
2010
74 Ashley Bruns (46/28)
2011
69 Kitty Cullen (50/19)
2013
69 Kitty Cullen (45/24)
2012
69 Brittany Dashiell (44/25)
2012
68 Ashley Bruns (44/24)
2012
65 Shannon Gilroy (52/13)
2013
62 Ashley Bruns (51/11)
2013
62 Gabi Wiegand (47/15)
2012
By a Senior: 69–Kitty Cullen (50/19), 2013
By a Junior: 106–Shannon Gilroy (86/20), 2014
By a Sophomore: 86–Kitty Cullen (77/9), 2013
By a Freshman: 79–Ashley Bruns (48/31), 2010
No.Player
Season
83 Shannon Gilroy
2012
82 Shannon Gilroy
2014
61 Brittany Dashiell
2010
59 Shannon Gilroy
2013
58 Brittany Dashiell
2013
51 Sam Darcangelo
2014
49 Nora Barry
2012
49 Brittany Dashiell
2011
48 Nora Barry
2014
46 Kayla Stolins
2013
46 Brittany Dashiell
2012
By a Senior: 58–Brittany Dashiell, 2013
By a Junior: 82–Shannon Gilroy, 2014
By a Sophomore: 59–Shannon Gilroy, 2013
By a Freshman: 83–Shannon Gilroy, 2012
Points per Game (min. 5 games)
Avg. Player (Points/Games)
5.05 Shannon Gilroy (106/21)
4.39 Ashley Bruns (79/18)
4.30 Kitty Cullen (86/20)
3.70 Ashley Bruns (74/20)
3.45 Kitty Cullen (69/20)
3.29 Kitty Cullen (69/21)
3.29 Brittany Dashiell (69/21)
3.10 Shannon Gilroy (65/21)
3.09 Ashley Bruns (68/22)
2.95 Ashley Bruns (62/21)
Season
2014
2010
2011
2011
2012
2013
2012
2013
2012
2013
Goals
No.Player
Season
86 Shannon Gilroy
2014
77 Kitty Cullen
2011
52 Shannon Gilroy
2013
51 Ashley Bruns
2013
50 Kitty Cullen
2013
48 Ashley Bruns
2010
47 Gabi Wiegand
2012
46 Ashley Bruns
2011
45 Kitty Cullen
2012
44 Ashley Bruns
2012
44 Brittany Dashiell
2012
44 Shannon Gilroy
2012
By a Senior: 51–Ashley Bruns, 2013
By a Junior: 86–Shannon Gilroy, 2014
By a Sophomore: 77–Kitty Cullen, 2011
By a Freshman: 48–Ashley Bruns, 2010
Goals per Game (min. 5 games)
Avg. Player (Goals/Games)
4.10 Shannon Gilroy (86/21)
3.85 Kitty Cullen (77/20)
2.67 Ashley Bruns (48/18)
2.48 Shannon Gilroy (52/21)
2.43 Ashley Bruns (51/21)
2.38 Kitty Cullen (50/21)
2.30 Ashley Bruns (46/20)
2.25 Kitty Cullen (45/20)
2.14 Gabi Wiegand (47/22)
2.10 Brittany Dashiell (44/21)
2.10 Shannon Gilroy (44/21)
Assists
Season
2014
2011
2010
2013
2013
2013
2011
2012
2012
2012
2012
No.Player
Season
31 Ashley Bruns
2010
28 Ashley Bruns
2011
25 Brittany Dashiell
2012
24 Ashley Bruns
2012
24 Kitty Cullen
2012
22 Brittany Dashiell
2013
20 Shannon Gilroy
2014
20 Lauren Lea
2014
19 Kitty Cullen
2013
15 Sammi Burgess
2014
15 Gabi Wiegand
2012
By a Senior: 22–Brittany Dashiell, 2013
By a Junior: 25–Brittany Dashiell, 2012
By a Sophomore: 28–Ashley Bruns, 2011
By a Freshman: 31–Ashley Bruns, 2010
Caused Turnovers
Shannon Gilroy
Assists per Game (min. 10 games)
Avg. Player (Assists/Games)
1.72 Ashley Bruns (31/18)
1.40 Ashley Bruns (28/20)
1.20 Kitty Cullen (24/20)
1.19 Brittany Dashiell (25/21)
1.10 Brittany Dashiell (22/20)
1.09 Ashley Bruns (24/22)
0.95 Shannon Gilroy (20/21)
0.95 Lauren Lea (20/21)
0.90 Kitty Cullen (19/21)
0.71 Sammi Burgess (15/21)
Shots attempted
No.
173
151
115
113
108
99
99
93
91
91
91
Player (Goals Made)
Shannon Gilroy (86)
Kitty Cullen (77)
Kitty Cullen (50)
Kitty Cullen (45)
Ashley Bruns (48)
Janine Hillier (34)
Ashley Bruns (46)
Gabi Wiegand (47)
Shannon Gilroy (52)
Shannon Gilroy (44)
Kitty Cullen (31)
No.
128
114
88
86
80
75
74
72
67
67
Player (Goals Made)
Shannon Gilroy (86)
Kitty Cullen (77)
Ashley Bruns (48)
Kitty Cullen (50)
Kitty Cullen (45)
Gabi Wiegand (47)
Ashley Bruns (44)
Ashley Bruns (46)
Shannon Gilroy (44)
Kitty Cullen (31)
Shots on Goal
Season
2010
2011
2012
2012
2013
2012
2014
2014
2013
2014
No.Player
Season
24 Shannon Gilroy
2014
24 Sam Farrell
2013
22 Taylor Bresnahan
2014
22 Caroline Fitzgerald
2014
19 Nora Barry
2014
19 Emily Dohony
2012
19 Jamie Reeg
2011
18 Janine Hillier
2011
17 Brittany Dashiell
2012
17 Sam Farrell
2012
17 Kayla Stolins
2012
17 Ashley Bruns
2011
17 Brittany Dashiell
2010
By a Senior: 24–Sam Farrell, 2013
By a Junior: 24–Shannon Gilroy, 2014
By a Sophomore: 18–Janine Hillier, 2011
By a Freshman: 22–Taylor Bresnahan, 2014
Season
2014
2011
2013
2012
2010
2011
2011
2012
2013
2012
2010
Season
2014
2011
2010
2013
2012
2012
2012
2011
2012
2010
Ground Balls
No.Player
Season
48 Nora Barry
2012
43 Nora Barry
2014
41 Sam Farrell
2012
38 Brittany Dashiell
2010
37 Emily Dohony
2012
35 Emily Dohony
2013
33 Nora Barry
2013
32 Jamie Reeg
2011
31 Brittany Dashiell
2012
30 Sam Darcangelo
2014
30 Caroline Fitzgerald
2014
30 Carly Ross
2014
30 Ashley Bruns
2013
30 Brittany Dashiell
2011
30 Cara Canington
2010
By a Senior: 35–Emily Dohony, 2013
By a Junior: 43–Nora Barry, 2014
By a Sophomore: 33–Nora Barry, 2013
By a Freshman: 48–Nora Barry, 2012
Sam Farrell
Sam Farrell scored the first goal in
Florida University history against
Jacksonville on Feb. 20, 2010
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INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Free-Position Goals
No.Player
32 Shannon Gilroy
20 Kitty Cullen
12 Kitty Cullen
12 Shannon Gilroy
11 Nora Barry
11
Nora Barry
9
Gabi Wiegand
9
Caroline Chesterman
9
Nora Barry
8
Lauren Lea
8
Brittany Dashiell
8
Shannon Gilroy
8
Gabi Wiegand
Season
2014
2011
2012
2012
2014
2012
2012
2010
2013
2014
2013
2013
2013
Goalkeeper Records
Saves
No. Player (Goals Against/Saves)
Season
145 Mikey Meagher (125/145)
2012
129 Mikey Meagher (165/129)
2011
126 Cara Canington (162/126)
2010
125 Mikey Meagher (124/125)
2013
77 Mary-Sean Wilcox (101/77)
2014
68 Cara Canington (76/68)
2014
21 Mary-Sean Wilcox (16/21)
2013
18 Cara Canington (19/18)
2012
9
Cara Canington (14/9)
2011
8
Mikey Meagher (12/8)
2010
By a Senior: 125–Mikey Meagher (124/125), 2013
By a Junior: 145–Mikey Meagher (125/145), 2012
By a Sophomore: 129–Mikey Meagher (165/129), 2011
By a Freshman: 126–Cara Canington (162/126), 2010
Saves per Game (min. 5 games)
Avg. Player (Saves/Games)
7.00 Cara Canington (126/18)
6.90 Mikey Meagher (145/21)
6.45 Mikey Meagher (129/20)
5.95 Mikey Meagher (125/21)
4.25 Cara Canington (68/16)
3.85 Mary-Sean Wilcox (78/20)
1.91 Mary-Sean Wilcox (21/11)
1.80 Cara Canington (9/5)
1.64 Cara Canington (18/11)
0.89 Mikey Meagher (8/9 games)
Season
2010
2012
2011
2013
2014
2014
2013
2011
2012
2010
Save Percentage (min. 5 saves)
Pct. Player (Saves/Saves+GA)
Season
.568 Mary-Sean Wilcox (21/37)2013
.537 Mikey Meagher (145/270)
2012
.502 Mikey Meagher (125/249)
2013
.486 Cara Canington (18/37)
2012
.472 Cara Canington (68/144)
2014
.439 Mikey Meagher (129/294)
2011
.438 Cara Canington (126/288)
2010
.433 Mary-Sean Wilcox (77/178)
2014
.400 Mikey Meagher (8/20)
2010
.391 Cara Canington (9/23)
2011
By a Senior: .502–Mikey Meagher (125/249), 2013
By a Junior: .537– Mikey Meagher (145/270), 2012
By a Sophomore: .439– Mikey Meagher (129/294), 2011
By a Freshman: .568–Mary-Sean Wilcox (21/37), 2013
Goals Against Avg (min. 5 minutes)
Avg. Player (Goals Against/Minutes)
4.16 Cara Canington (19/274)
5.44 Mary-Sean Wilcox (16/176)
6.90 Mikey Meagher (124/1079)
7.03 Mikey Meagher (125/1067)
8.33 Mary-Sean Wilcox (101/728)
8.47 Cara Canington (76/538)
8.66 Mikey Meagher (12/83)
8.66 Mikey Meagher (165/1143)
9.74 Cara Canington (162/998)
13.31 Cara Canington (14/63)
Minutes Played
Min.Player
1142:53 Mikey Meagher
1078:53 Mikey Meagher
1066:31 Mikey Meagher
998:08 Cara Canington
727:52 Mary-Sean Wilcox
538:08 Cara Canington
274:20 Cara Canington
176:23 Mary-Sean Wilcox
83:09
Mikey Meagher
63:07
Cara Canington
No.
18
16
16
10
10
8
3
Wins
Player (Record)
Mikey Meagher (18-3)
Mikey Meagher (16-4)
Mikey Meagher (16-3)
Mary-Sean Wilcox (10-0)
Cara Canington (10-8)
Cara Canington (8-3)
Cara Canington (3-0)
Season
2012
2013
2013
2012
2014
2014
2010
2011
2010
2011
Season
2011
2013
2012
2010
2014
2014
2012
2013
2010
2011
Season
2013
2011
2012
2014
2010
2014
2012
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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
No.
283
261
222
202
135
123
114
63
57
53
Points
Player (Goals/Assists)
Ashley Bruns (189/94)
Kitty Cullen (203/58)
Shannon Gilroy (182/40)
Brittany Dashiell (138/64)
Caroline Chesterman (99/36)
Nora Barry (96/27)
Gabi Wiegand (85/29)
Janine Hillier (49/14)
Nicole Graziano (37/20)
Sammi Burgess (38/15)
Seasons
2010-13
2010-13
2012-14
2010-13
2010-13
2012-14
2012-13
2010-11
2012-14
2014
Player (Goals Made)
Kitty Cullen (203)
Ashley Bruns (189)
Shannon Gilroy (182)
Brittany Dashiell (138)
Caroline Chesterman (99)
Nora Barry (96)
Gabi Wiegand (85)
Janine Hillier (49)
Colby Rhea (44)
Nicole Graziano (37)
Seasons
2012-14
2010-13
2010-13
2012-13
2010-13
2014
2012-14
2014
2010-13
2010-11
No.
347
300
261
219
142
132
128
91
66
64
Player (Goals Made)
Kitty Cullen (203)
Ashley Bruns (189)
Shannon Gilroy (182)
Brittany Dashiell (138)
Nora Barry (96)
Caroline Chesterman (99)
Gabi Wiegand (85)
Janine Hillier (49)
Colby Rhea (44)
Nicole Graziano (37)
Seasons
2010-13
2010-13
2012-14
2010-13
2010-13
2012-14
2012-13
2010-11
2010-13
2013-14
No.Player
124 Nora Barry
123 Brittany Dashiell
116 Emily Dohony
113 Sam Farrell
108 Jamie Reeg
87 Kayla Stolins
83 Ashley Bruns
76 Mikey Meagher
65 Caroline Chesterman
58 Shannon Gilroy
Points per Game (min. 10 games)
Avg. Player (Points/Games)
3.52 Shannon Gilroy (222/63)
3.49 Ashley Bruns (283/81)
3.30 Kitty Cullen (261/79)
2.65 Gabi Wiegand (114/43)
2.56 Brittany Dashiell (202/79)
2.52 Sammi Burgess (53/21)
1.92 Nora Barry (123/64)
1.81 Mollie Stevens (38/21)
1.67 Caroline Chesterman (135/81)
1.66 Janine Hillier (63/38)
Goals
No.Player
203 Kitty Cullen
189 Ashley Bruns
182 Shannon Gilroy
138 Brittany Dashiell
99 Caroline Chesterman
96 Nora Barry
85 Gabi Wiegand
49 Janine Hillier
44 Colby Rhea
40 Devon Schneider
Goals per Game (min. 10 games)
Avg. Player (Goals/Games)
2.88 Shannon Gilroy (182/63)
2.57 Kitty Cullen (203/79)
2.33 Ashley Bruns (189/81)
1.98 Gabi Wiegand (85/43)
1.81 Sammi Burgess (38/21)
1.75 Brittany Dashiell (138/79)
1.71 Mollie Stevens (36/21)
1.50 Nora Barry (96/64)
1.29 Janine Hillier (49/38)
1.22 Caroline Chesterman (99/81)
Assists
No.Player
94 Ashley Bruns
64 Brittany Dashiell
58 Kitty Cullen
40 Shannon Gilroy
36 Caroline Chesterman
29 Gabi Wiegand
27 Nora Barry
20 Nicole Graziano
22 Lauren Lea
16 Caroline Cochran
Shots on Goal
Ground Balls
Draw Controls
Seasons
2012-14
2010-13
2010-13
2012-13
2014
2010-13
2014
2012-14
2010-11
2010-13
No.Player
224 Shannon Gilroy
214 Brittany Dashiell
131 Nora Barry
115 Kayla Stolins
68 Sam Darcangelo
64 Jamie Reeg
59 Sam Farrell
53 Janine Hillier
46 Emily Dohony
38 Colby Rhea
Seasons
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2012-14
2010-13
2012-13
2012-14
2012-14
2013-14
2010-12
No.Player
59 Sam Farrell
57 Jamie Reeg
54 Emily Dohony
52 Brittany Dashiell
51 Kayla Stolins
48 Shannon Gilroy
45 Nora Barry
41 Ashley Bruns
27 Haydon Judge
23 Janine Hillier
Assists per Game (min. 10 games)
Avg. Player (Assists/Games)
1.16 Ashley Bruns (94/81)
0.81 Brittany Dashiell (64/79)
0.73 Kitty Cullen (58/79)
0.71 Sammi Burgess (15/21)
0.67 Gabi Wiegand (29/43)
0.63 Shannon Gilroy (40/63)
0.58 Lauren Lea (22/38)
0.47 Nicole Graziano (20/43)
0.44 Caroline Chesterman (36/81)
0.42 Caroline Cochran (16/38)
0.42 Nora Barry (27/64)
Shots Attempted
No.
470
372
350
295
182
179
166
160
91
83
Seasons
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2014
2012-13
2012-14
2013-14
2012-14
2010-13
2010-12
2012-14
Caused Turnovers
Free-Position Goals
No.Player
52 Shannon Gilroy
46 Kitty Cullen
31 Nora Barry
26 Brittany Dashiell
17 Gabi Wiegand
11
Caroline Chesterman
10 Nicole Graziano
10 Janine Hillier
9
Ashley Bruns
9
Lauren Lea
Games Played
Seasons
2010-13
2010-13
2012-13
2010-13
2010-13
2012-13
2012-13
2010-11
2010-13
2012-13
No.Player
81 Ashley Bruns
81 Caroline Chesterman
81 Kayla Stolins
81 Jamie Reeg
80 Emily Dohony
80 Sam Farrell
79 Brittany Dashiell
79 Kitty Cullen
71 Mikey Meagher
66 Krista Grabher
Seasons
2010-13
2010-13
2012-14
2010-13
2012-14
2010-13
2012-13
2010-11
2010-13
2012-14
No.Player
80 Jamie Reeg
80 Sam Farrell
79 Brittany Dashiell
79 Kayla Stolins
78 Emily Dohony
73 Kitty Cullen
67 Ashley Bruns
64 Nora Barry
58 Shannon Gilroy
48 Haydon Judge
Seasons
2012-14
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2012-14
Seasons
2012-14
2010-13
2012-14
2010-13
2013-14
2010-13
2010-13
2010-11
2010-13
2010-13
Seasons
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2012-14
2012-14
2010-13
2010-12
2010-11
Seasons
2012-14
2010-13
2012-14
2010-13
2012-13
2010-13
2012-14
2010-11
2010-13
2013-14
Games Started
Seasons
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2011-14
Seasons
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2010-13
2012-14
2012-14
2010-12
Goalkeeper Records
No.
407
221
98
1
Saves
Player (Goals Against/Saves)
Mikey Meagher (426/407)
Cara Canington (271/221)
Mary-Sean Wilcox (117/98)
Marissa Higgins (2/1)
Seasons
2010-13
2010-14
2013-14
2010
Saves per Game (min. 10 games)
Avg. Player (Saves/Games)
5.73 Mikey Meagher (407/71)
4.42 Cara Canington (221/50)
3.16 Mary-Sean Wilcox (98/31)
Seasons
2010-13
2010-14
2013-14
Save Percentage (min. 5 saves)
Pct. Player (Saves/Saves+GA)
.489 Mikey Meagher (407/833)
.456 Mary-Sean Wilcox (98/215)
.449 Cara Canington (221/492)
Seasons
2010-13
2013-14
2010-14
Goals Against Avg (min. 5 minutes)
Avg. Player (Goals Against/Minutes) Seasons
7.58 Mikey Meagher (426/3371)
2010-13
7.76 Mary-Sean Wilcox (117/904)
2013-14
8.68 Cara Canington (271/1873)
2010-13
13.71 Marissa Higgins (2/9)
2010
Minutes Played
Min.Player
3371:26 Mikey Meagher
1873:43 Cara Canington
904:15 Mary-Sean Wilcox
8:45
Marissa Higgins
Games Started
No.
60
33
9
Player (Record)
Mikey Meagher (50-10)
Cara Canington (21-11)
Mary-Sean Wilcox (10-0)
No.
50
21
10
Player (Record)
Mikey Meagher (50-10)
Cara Canington (21-11)
Mary-Sean Wilcox (10-0)
Wins
Seasons
2010-13
2010-14
2012-14
2010
Seasons
2010-13
2010-14
2013-14
Seasons
2010-13
2010-14
2013-14
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Points
No.Opponent
41 vs. Fresno State (3/28/12)
33 vs. Northwestern (4/20/13)
33 vs. Siena (2/24/12)
33 vs. Marist (3/17/10)
32 at William & Mary (3/17/12)
30 at Stetson (3/26/14)
30 vs. Detroit (2/26/12)
30 vs. St. Bonaventure (3/4/10)
29 vs. James Madison (2/20/14)
29 vs. Dartmouth (3/20/12)
Goals
No.Opponent
29 vs. Fresno State (3/28/12)
23 at Stetson (3/26/14)
23 vs. Siena (2/24/12)
22 vs. Northwestern (4/20/13)
22 vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
22 vs. Detroit (2/26/12)
22 vs. Marist (3/17/10)
22 vs. St. Bonaventure (3/4/10)
21 vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
21 vs. James Madison (2/20/14)
21 vs. Jacksonville (2/12/14)
21 at William & Mary (3/17/12)
Assists
No.Opponent
12 vs. Fresno State (3/28/12)
11
vs. Northwestern (4/20/13)
11
at William & Mary (3/17/12)
11
vs. Marist (3/17/10)
10 vs. Lehigh (3/12/13)
10 vs. Siena (2/24/12)
10 vs. Jacksonville (2/15/12)
9
vs. Denver (5/11/14)
9
vs. Dartmouth (3/20/12)
9
vs. Stony Brook (3/14/12)
9
at UMBC (2/19/12)
9
vs. Denver (2/20/11)
Shots
No.Opponent
46 at Stetson (3/26/14)
44 vs. Fresno State (3/28/12)
44 at Le Moyne (4/9/10)
43 vs. St. Bonaventure (3/4/10)
40 vs. Dartmouth (3/18/14)
40 at Vanderbilt (4/14/13)
39 vs. Syracuse (3/3/12)
39 vs. UMBC (2/23/11)
38 vs. High Point (2/15/14)
38 vs. Dartmouth (3/20/12)
38 vs. Detroit (2/26/12)
38 vs. Siena (2/24/12)
Saves
No.Opponent
15 at Syracuse (3/15/14)
15 vs. North Carolina (2/8/14)
15 at Georgetown (3/7/12)
15 vs. Syracuse^ (5/25/12)
14 vs. Johns Hopkins^ (5/6/10)
13 vs. Johns Hopkins (4/9/11)
12 at Syracuse (5/18/13)
11
at Stony Brook (3/1/14)
11
at North Carolina (2/9/13)
11
vs. Georgetown (3/9/10)
11
at Northwestern (5/2/10)
11
vs. Stanford (5/14/11)
Ground Balls
No.Opponent
30 at Jacksonville (2/16/11)
29 at Vanderbilt (4/14/13)
29 vs. Jacksonville (2/20/10)
27 vs. Penn State (3/30/14)
27 vs. Dartmouth (3/20/12)
26 vs. Dartmouth (3/18/14)
26 vs. High Point (2/15/14)
26 vs. Johns Hopkins (4/6/13)
26 vs. Ohio State (5/4/12)
26 at Ohio State (3/27/10)
Draw Controls
No.Opponent
24 vs. Fresno State (3/28/12)
23 vs. Penn State (4/1/12)
23 vs. Siena (2/24/12)
22 vs. Michigan (3/8/14)
22 vs. Cincinnati (2/23/14)
22 vs. Detroit (2/26/12)
21 vs. James Madison (2/20/14)
21 vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
21 vs. UAlbany (2/24/13)
20 vs. Penn State (3/30/14)
20 at Stetson (3/26/14)
20 vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
20 vs. Jacksonville (2/12/14)
20 vs. Johns Hopkins (4/6/13)
Caused Turnovers
No.Opponent
20 at Vanderbilt (4/14/13)
15 at Syracuse (3/15/14)
14 at Stetson (3/26/14)
12 at Ohio State (3/22/14)
12 vs. UAlbany (2/24/13)
12 at High Point (2/17/13)
12 at Johns Hopkins (3/13/10)
12 vs. Marist (3/17/10)
11
vs. Ohio State (5/4/12)
11
vs. Jacksonville (2/20/10)
Fewest Turnovers
No.Opponent
3
at Stetson (3/26/14)
5
vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
5
at Jacksonville (2/13/13)
5
vs. Stetson (3/19/13)
5
at Johns Hopkins (4/7/12)
5
at UMBC (2/19/12)
5
vs. Ohio State^ (5/6/11)
5
vs. Penn State (4/3/10)
6
vs. Denver (5/11/14)
6
at Northwestern (5/4/14)
6
vs. Dartmouth (3/18/14)
6
at Stony Brook (3/1/14)
6
vs. Ohio State (4/23/13)
6
vs. Colgate (3/15/11)
6
vs. Oregon (3/30/10)
Free-Position Goals
No.Opponent
7
vs. Winthrop (3/12/14)
7
vs. High Point (2/15/14)
6
vs. Dartmouth (3/18/14)
6
vs. Siena (2/24/12)
6
at Le Moyne (4/9/10)
5
vs. Denver (5/11/14)
5
at Northwestern (5/4/14)
5
vs. James Madison (2/20/14)
5
vs. Stony Brook (2/20/13)
5
vs. Penn State (4/1/12)
5
at Stony Brook (3/14/12)
5
vs. St. Bonaventure (3/4/10)
5
vs. Ohio State^ (5/6/11)
OPPONENT
Points
No.Team
27 North Carolina (2/8/14)
26 Northwestern (5/2/10)
25 Ohio State (3/27/10)
23 Three times; most recent:
Syracuse (3/15/14)
Goals
No.Team
20 North Carolina (2/8/14)
19 Northwestern (5/2/10)
18 North Carolina (2/28/10)
17 Syracuse (3/15/14)
16 Three times; most recent:
Penn State (3/30/13)
OPPONENT
Free-Position Goals
No.Team
9
North Carolina (2/28/10)
8
St. Bonaventure (3/4/10)
6
Jacksonville (2/16/11)
5
Four times; most recent
Northwestern (4/19/14)
*Denotes overtime game
^ Denotes neutral site
Assists
No.Team
11
Ohio State (3/27/10)
8
Vanderbilt (4/18/10)
7
Seven times; most recent:
North Carolina (2/8/10)
Shots
No.Team
43 Syracuse* (5/25/12)
41 North Carolina (2/8/14)
39 Northwestern (5/2/10)
38 Georgetown (3/7/12)
36 North Carolina (2/28/10)
35 Two times; most recent:
Syracuse (3/15/14)
Saves
No.Team
16 Colgate (4/11/10)
16 Le Moyne (4/9/10)
15 Four times; most recent:
Dartmouth (3/18/14)
Ground Balls
No.Team
29 North Carolina (2/28/10)
27 Colgate* (4/11/10)
25 High Point (2/17/13)
24 North Carolina (2/8/14)
23 Penn State (4/2/11)
Draw Controls
No.Team
21 Northwestern (5/2/10)
20 Syracuse (3/15/14)
19 Vanderbilt (4/14/13)
18 North Carolina (2/8/14)
17 Four times; most recent:
Northwestern (4/19/14)
Caused Turnovers
No.Team
31 Johns Hopkins (3/13/10)
23 North Carolina (2/28/10)
19 Syracuse (3/15/14)
19 Georgetown (3/7/12)
17 Three times; most recent:
Georgetown (3/9/11)
Fewest Turnovers
No.Team
5
Syracuse (5/18/13)
6
Cincinnati (2/23/14)
6
Denver (5/12/13)
7
Five times; most recent:
Penn State (3/30/13)
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TEAM SEASON RECORDS & PROGRAM TOTALS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Wins
Total
Season
19..........................................................2012
18......................................................... 2014
18..........................................................2013
16...........................................................2011
10......................................................... 2010
Program Total...................................81
Wins (Home)
Total
Season
13...........................................................2012
12............................................................2011
10......................................................... 2014
9............................................................2013
7........................................................... 2010
Program Total...................................51
Wins (Away)
Total
Season
7........................................................... 2014
6............................................................2013
6............................................................2012
3.............................................................2011
2........................................................... 2010
Program Total..................................24
Wins (Neutral)
Total
Season
3............................................................2013
1............................................................ 2014
1..............................................................2011
1............................................................ 2010
0............................................................2012
Program Total.................................... 6
Losses
Total
Season
8........................................................... 2010
4.............................................................2011
3........................................................... 2014
3............................................................2013
3............................................................2012
Program Total...................................21
Losses (Home)
Total
Season
2........................................................... 2010
1............................................................ 2014
1.............................................................2012
1..............................................................2011
0............................................................2013
Program Total.................................... 5
Losses (Road)
Total
Season
5........................................................... 2010
2........................................................... 2014
2............................................................2013
2.............................................................2011
1.............................................................2012
Program Total...................................12
Losses (Neutral)
Total
Season
1.............................................................2013
1.............................................................2012
1..............................................................2011
1............................................................ 2010
0........................................................... 2014
Program Total.................................... 4
Points
Total (Goals/Assists)
Season
483 (337/146)..................................2012
430 (310/120)..................................2013
412 (315/97)..................................... 2014
349 (269/80)....................................2011
300 (223/77).................................. 2010
Program Total........................... 1,974/
Points per Game
Average (Points/Games) Season
21.95 (483/22).................................2012
20.48 (430/21)................................2013
19.62 (412/21).................................. 2014
17.45 (349/20)..................................2011
16.67 (300/18)................................ 2010
Program Average....................... 19.35
Goals
Total
Season
337.......................................................2012
315....................................................... 2014
310........................................................2013
269........................................................2011
223...................................................... 2010
Program Total.............................1,454
Goals per game
Average (Goals/Games) Season
15.32 (337/22)..................................2012
15.00 (315/21).................................. 2014
14.76 (310/21)...................................2013
13.45 (269/20)..................................2011
12.39 (223/18)................................. 2010
Program Average....................... 14.25
Assists
Total
Season
146........................................................2012
120........................................................2013
97......................................................... 2014
80..........................................................2011
77......................................................... 2010
Program Total............................... 520
Ground Balls
Total
Season
388...................................................... 2014
381........................................................2013
381........................................................2012
277........................................................2011
277...................................................... 2010
Program Total.............................1,704
Draw Controls
Total
Season
336.......................................................2012
318....................................................... 2014
291........................................................2013
259........................................................2011
230...................................................... 2010
Program Total.............................1,434
Caused Turnovers
Total
Season
168........................................................2013
159....................................................... 2014
156........................................................2012
125.........................................................2011
123....................................................... 2010
Program Total.................................731
Fewest Turnovers
Total
Season
197.........................................................2011
200..................................................... 2014
201........................................................2013
244.......................................................2012
245...................................................... 2010
Program Total.............................1,087
Free-Position Goals
Total
Season
76......................................................... 2014
61..........................................................2012
47.........................................................2013
40..........................................................2011
35......................................................... 2010
Program Total................................259
Assists per Game
Average (Assists/Games) Season
6.63 (146/22)...................................2012
5.71 (120/21)......................................2013
4.62 (97/21)...................................... 2014
4.27 (77/18)...................................... 2010
4.00 (80/20).....................................2011
Program Average......................... 5.10
Shots Attempted
Total (Goals Made)
Season
663 (337)...........................................2012
644 (315).......................................... 2014
618 (310) ...........................................2013
592 (269)............................................2011
534 (223).......................................... 2010
Program Total.............................3,051
Shots on Goal
Total (Goals Made)
Season
525 (337)...........................................2012
489 (315).......................................... 2014
473 (310)...........................................2013
412 (269)............................................2011
398 (223).......................................... 2010
Program Total............................ 2,297
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 54
MISCELLANEOUS STREAKS & RECORDS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
LONGEST INDIVIDUAL STREAKS
MISCELLANEOUS TEAM RECORDS
Consecutive Games with a Point
Games Player
Start Date
End Date
Consecutive Games with a Goal
Games Player
Start Date
End Date
60
39
22
20
18
20 18
18
17
16
Brittany Dashiell Kitty Cullen Kitty Cullen
Ashley Bruns Ashley Bruns
Ashley Bruns Brittany Dashiell
Ashley Bruns
Kitty Cullen
Shannon Gilroy
5/6/10
4/18/10
5/5/12
5/6/10
5/21/11
5/6/10
3/10/12
5/21/11
5/2/10
3/1/14
Category
5/5/13
4/21/12
5/3/13
5/7/11
4/21/12
Kitty Cullen
Shannon Gilroy
Nora Barry
Brittany Dashiell
Ashley Bruns
Ashley Bruns 2/19/12
4/13/14
2/17/13
2/9/13
3/3/12
3/4/10
Sam Farrell
Mikey Meagher Mollie Stevens
Sam Farrell
Jamie Reeg
Jamie Reeg Jamie Reeg 2/11/12
3/26/11
2/8/14
5/19/12
4/14/11
2/16/11
3/20/10
3/24/12
5/11/14
3/2/13
2/22/13
3/17/12
3/20/10
4/1/12
2/19/12
3/18/14
3/9/13
2/19/12
3/26/11
5/6/10
Overtime games.................................................................................................................. 1-5
One-goal games.................................................................................................................9-6
Games decided by 2-5 goals.....................................................................................18-10
Games decided by 6-9 goals...................................................................................... 14-2
Games decided by 10+ goals.....................................................................................40-3
Consecutive Games with a Draw Control
Games Player
Start Date End Date
21
20
20
18
15 Shannon Gilroy
Shannon Gilroy
Brittany Dashiell
Nora Barry
Brittany Dashiell 2/8/14
2/15/12
5/1/11
3/20/12
2/20/10
Largest margin of victory............................... 29 (29-0 vs. Fresno State, 3/28/12)
Largest margin of defeat....................................14 (19-5 at Northwestern, 5/2/10)
Present *
5/25/12
4/14/12
3/24/13
4/18/10
Largest deficit overcome in a win............................. 5 (Down 2-7, Northwestern,
5/4/14, W, 9-8)
Largest lead given up in a loss................................ 7 (Up 12-5, Syracuse, 5/25/12,
L, 13-14 2OT)
Consecutive Games with a Caused Turnover
Games Player
Start Date End Date
8
7
7
6
6
Sam Darcangelo
Janine Hillier Jamie Reeg Emily Dohony
Brittany Dashiell
3/22/14
3/26/11
3/5/11
4/14/13
4/14/12
Consecutive Games with a Save
Games Player
Start Date
53
30 14
9
8
Feat
Mikey Meagher Cara Canington Mary-Sean Wilcox
Mikey Meagher
Cara Canington
5/7/10
2/20/10
3/8/14
3/23/13
2/8/14
Least (Season)
10 (2010)
7 (2010)
2 (2010)
.556 (2010)
3 (2014, ‘12, ‘13)
0 (2013)
1 (2012 & 2013)
Highest combined score.......................33 (W, 22-11 vs. St. Bonaventure, 3/4/10)
Lowest combined score................................8 (W, 5-3 vs. North Carolina, 2/9/13)
Most goals scored in a win............................ 29 (29-0 vs. Fresno State, 3/28/12)
Most goals scored in a loss........................... 13 (13-14 2OT vs. Syracuse, 5/25/12)
Most goals allowed in a win............................................13 (14-13 at Loyola, 3/4/14;
..................................................................................................16-13 vs. Ohio State, 5/6/11)
Most goals allowed in a loss......................... 20 (8-20 at North Carolina, 2/8/14)
Fewest goals scored in a win..............................5 (2x, 5-4 vs. Ohio State, 5/4/12;
........................................................................................... 5-3 vs. North Carolina 2/19/13)
Fewest goals scored in a loss............................ 3 (8-3 vs. Northwestern (5/5/13)
Fewest goals allowed in a win.................................... 0 vs. Fresno State (3/28/12)
Fewest goals allowed in a loss.......................... 8 (3-8 vs. Northwestern (5/5/13)
Consecutive Games with a Ground Ball
Games Player
Start Date End Date
13
13 11
11
10
10 10 19 (2012)
13 (2012)
7 (2014)
.864 (2012)
8 (2010)
2 (2010)
5 (2010)
Record when leading at half...................................................................................... 73-4
Record when trailing at half.........................................................................................3-15
Record when tied at half................................................................................................ 5-2
5/7/11
2/20/13
4/21/12
4/14/11
Present *
Consecutive Games with an Assist
Games Player
Start Date End Date
10
5
5
5
5
5
Most (Season)
Wins
Home Wins
Road Wins
Winning Percentage
Losses
Home Losses
Road Losses
5/4/14
5/6/11
3/26/11
5/18/13
5/19/12
OVERTIME GAMES
Date OpponentScore
5/17/14
5/25/12
4/7/12
3/3/12
2/12/11
4/11/10
End Date
3/16/13
3/17/12
Present *
5/18/13
3/8/14
vs. Northwestern
Syracuse *#
at Johns Hopkins *
vs. Syracuse *
at North Carolina
at Colgate *
L, 11-12
L, 13-14
W, 13-14
L, 11-12
L, 9-10
L, 11-12
* Denotes double overtime
# Denotes neutral site LONGEST TEAM STREAKS
Games
Wins
15
Home Wins
28
Road Wins
11 Neutral Wins
2
Regular-Season Conference Wins
11 Conference Wins
8
Wins over Ranked Opponents
10
Games with 10+ goals
17 Games with 15+ goals
9
Allowing less than 10 goals
7
Allowing 5 or less goals
3
Start Date
3/7/12
3/7/12
2/19/12
3/2/13
3/26/11
3/8/14
3/34/12
3/7/12
2/12/14
2/13/13
2/16/11
3/7/12
3/12/13
3/17/10
End Date
5/19/12
5/17/14
3/30/13
5/5/13
3/30/13
5/17/14
3/30/13
5/19/12
5/4/12
5/5/13
3/23/11
3/28/12
3/23/13
3/24/10
Broken By
Syracuse
Northwestern
Penn State
Northwestern
Penn State
Northwestern
Penn State
Syracuse
Northwestern
Northwestern
Ohio State
Penn State
Ohio State
Ohio State
Result
L, 13-14 (2OT)
L, 11-12 (OT)
L, 11-16
L, 3-8
L, 11-16
L, 11-12 (OT)
L, 11-16
L, 13-14 (2OT)
W, 9-8
L, 3-8
W, 10-8
W, 20-11
W, 13-7
L, 9-14
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 55
2014 STATISTICS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Record: 18-3 (6-0ALC) ◊ NCAA finish: T-5th ◊ Final poll rank: 6
ALC regular season finish: 1st ◊ ALC tournament finish: 1st
Home: 10-1 ◊ Away: 7-2 ◊ Neutral: 1-0 ◊ vs. Ranked Opp.: 9-3
OVERALL
Goals (by period)
1st
2nd
OT Total
Florida
177138 0315
Player
GP-GS G A Pts ShShot% SOG SOG%FPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
Opponents
78 98 1177
Gilroy
21-218620106173 .497 128 .740 32-402482 2224
Burgess
21-2038 155375 .507 63 .840
5-1326 16 26 3
Shots (by period)
1st
2nd
OT Total
Schneider
21-1735 74258 .603 47 .810
4-7 21 13 7 9
Florida
359284 1644
Barry
21-2130 104070 .429 50 .714 11-204348 25 19
Opponents
188205 1394
Stevens
21-1736 23866 .545 49 .742
6-1127 8 19 7
Lea
21-20 16203647 .340 35 .745
8-1129 14 17 3
Shots on Goal (by period)1st
2nd
OT Total
Darcangelo 21-2129 6 3560 .483 43 .717
4-1130 51 24 13
Florida
281208 0489
Ross
20-81842228.643 24.857 2-4
309 69
Opponents
147 174 1322
Marsh
14-11021218.556 15.833 2-537 32
Messina
11-05499.556 8.889 0-030 40
Saves (by period)
1st
2nd
OT Total
O’Haire
10-040417.235 12.706
1-229 2 1
Florida
69 76 0145
Puller
15-0 1344.250 2.500 0-037 1 1
Opponents
104 70 0174
Bresnahan 21-21 2 1 3 5.400 2.400 0-02419 522
Willertz
9-01123.333 2.667 0-11030
Clears
Clears AttemptsPct.
Arnold
8-01122
.500 2
1.000 1-11101
Florida
234 268.873
Bordner
7-01013.333 3
1.000 0-02102
Opponents
206 278.741
Flister
13-11011
1.000 1
1.000 0-081 15
Burnett
5-0 10 1 1
1.000 1
1.000 0-050 30
Attendance
HomeAway Neutral
Grabher
21-210113
.000 1.333 0-0
21
1067
Total
52866328
455
Graziano
1-0000 1.000 1
1.000 0-100 20
Average per game
481
703
455
Wilcox
20-90000.000 0.000 0-0160 60
Rupp
2-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Canington 16-120000.000 0.000 0-0170 40
Kissick
13-10000.000 0.000 0-062 0 1
DuPre
20-200000.000 0.000 0-0159 8 7
Date UF Rank Opponent
W /L Score
Fitzgerald 21-210000.000 0.000 0-0
309 522
2/8 No. 5 at No. 1 North Carolina L
8-20
Offit
9-00000.000 0.000 0-0 12 0 1
Hart
8-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
2/12 No. 8 Jacksonville
W
21-5
Total
21 315 97 412644 .489 489 .759 76-127 388 318200 159
2/15 No. 8 High Point
W
18-7
Opponents
21 177 70247394 .449 322 .817 34-81297 215 245 103
2/20 No. 7 James Madison
W
21-8
2/23 No. 7 Cincinnati
W
19-6
Player
GP-GS Minutes GA GA Avg. Saves Pct. W L Shots Faced
3/1 No. 7 at No. 15 Stony Brook W
14-1
Wilcox
20-9 727:52 101 8.33 77 .43310 0 216
3/4 No. 5 at No. 12 Loyola
W
14-13
Canington 16-12538:08 76 8.47 68.472 8 3 178
3/8 No. 5 * Michigan
W
20-4
Total
211266:00177 8.39 145.45018 3 394
3/12 No. 4 Winthrop
W
21-5
Opponents
211266:00 315 14.93 174 .356 3 18 644
3/15 No. 4 at No. 2 Syracuse L
12-17
3/18 No. 4 Dartmouth
W
14-7
3/22 No. 4 * at No. 20 Ohio State W
10-9
3/26 No. 4 at Stetson
W
23-1
3/30 No. 4 * No. 11 Penn State
W
13-9
4/5 No. 4 * at No. 13 Johns Hopkins W
10-9
CONFERENCE
4/13 No. 4 * Vanderbilt
W
14-9
Player
GP-GS G A Pts ShShot% SOG SOG%FPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
4/19 No. 4 * at No. 5 Northwestern W
13-12
Gilroy
6-623 42754 .426 34 .630
7-8 923 7 9
5/2 No. 3 &vs. No. 8 Johns Hopkins W
11-6
Darcangelo 6-610 51521 .476 15 .714
2-31024 10 7
5/4 No. 3 &at No. 5 Northwestern W
9-8
Schneider
6-51031319.526 15.789 2-252 23
5/11 No. 3 ^No. 17 Denver
W
19-9
Burgess
6-51031318.556 16.889 0-353 80
5/17 No. 3 ^No. 5 Northwestern L 11-12 OT
Stevens
6-5111
12
18.611 15.833 1-24261
Barry
6-6 7 310 17 .412 11 .647
2-61213 8 4
Lea
6-64489.444 6.667
1-192 42
* ALC opponent
Ross
6-23 149.333 8.889 0-0133 12
& ALC Tournament (Evanston, Ill)
Marsh
4-01125
.200 3
.600 0-21400
^ NCAA Tournament (Gainesville, Fla.)
Messina
1-0 10 12.500 2
1.000 0-0 10 10
O’Haire
2-00003.000 2.667 0-1 12 0 1
Grabher
6-60002.000 0.000 0-060 2 1
Bresnahan 6-60002.000 0.000 0-0105 3 7
Flister
3-00000.000 0.000 0-030 0 1
Goals (by period)
1st
2nd
Total
Wilcox
6-40000.000 0.000 0-050 30
Florida
4436 80
Canington
3-20000.000 0.000 0-020 00
Opponents
2230 52
Kissick
3-10000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Arnold
1-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Shots (by period)
1st
2nd
Total
DuPre
6-60000.000 0.000 0-052 32
Florida
9287 179
Willertz
1-00000.000 0.000 0-000 10
Opponents
5353 106
Fitzgerald
6-60000.000 0.000 0-083 39
Offit
1-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Shots on Goal (by period) 1st
2nd
Total
Hart
1-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Florida
7057 127
Puller
4-00000.000 0.000 0-002 00
Opponents
4146 87
Bordner
1-00000.000 0.000 0-00 1 00
Total
6 80 25105 179 .447 127 .709 15-28109 91 63 49
Saves (by period)
1st
2nd
Total
Opponents
6 52 22 74106 .491
87 .821
9-16 89 53 71 40
Florida
1916 35
Opponents
2621 47
Player
GP-GS Minutes GA GA Avg. Saves Pct. W L Shots Faced
Canington
3-2 98:38 13 7.91 13.500 1 0 32
Clears
Clears AttemptsPct.
Wilcox
6-4 261:2239 8.95 22 .36150 74
Florida
61 72.847
Total
6360:00 52 8.67 35 .402 6 0 106
Opponents
56 79.709
Opponents
6360:00 80 13.33 47 .370 0 6 179
Attendance
HomeAway
Total
18522618
Average per game
617
873
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 56
2013 STATISTICS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Record: 18-3 (4-1 ALC) ◊ NCAA finish: T-5th ◊ Final poll rank: 5
ALC regular season finish: T-1st ◊ ALC tournament finish: 2nd
Home: 9-0 ◊ Away: 6-2 ◊ Neutral: 3-1 ◊ vs. Ranked Opp.: 7-3
OVERALL
Player
GP-GS G A Pts ShShot% SOG SOG%FPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
Cullen
21-21501969115 .435 86 .748 7-2619 122 3
Gilroy
21-2152 1365 91 .571 66 .725
8-12 1259 12 14
Bruns
21-8 51 116280 .637 66 .825
0-330 1 14 5
Dashiell
20-20 31225369 .449 50 .725
8-132458 25 10
Wiegand
21-2138 145273 .521 53 .726 8-16 11 4 14 2
Barry
21-2126 93545 .578 37 .822
9-123334 19 15
Chesterman 21-0 12 102224 .500 19 .792
0-023 0 9 2
Graziano, N. 20-213821
36.361 27.750 5-9148 82
Lea
17-0729
18.389 15.833 1-18141
Graziano, E.
13-0 5 2 7 9 .556
8 .889
0-0 3 4
4 0
Schneider 12-05 1612 .417 10.833 0-163 22
Messina
13-0 3 2 5 6.500 4 .667 0-0 8 0 2 1
Ross
14-02355.400 4.800 0-144 30
Darcangelo 14-0 3 1 4 9 .333 6 .667
0-310 17 9 7
Katzenberger13-0303 7.429 6.857
1-220 10
Willertz
12-03036.500 5.833 0-1 1 1 00
Flister
10-02023.667 3
1.000 0-002 33
Strazza
13-01121
1.000 1
1.000 0-010 10
Hart
13-0 10 15.200 4.800 0-28542
Offit
14-01012
.500 2
1.000 0-041 15
Grabher
19-41011
1.000 1
1.000 0-08448
Stolins
21-21 0 1 1 0.000 0.000 0-02246 1013
Farrell
21-21 0 1 1 0.000 0.000 0-02613 924
Dohony
21-21000 1.000 0.000 0-03511 215
Wilcox
11-00000.000 0.000 0-060 010
DuPre
21-190000.000 0.000 0-0158 35
Rhea
18-100000.000 0.000 0-0102 28
Reeg
21-210000.000 0.000 0-0214 815
Meagher
21-210000.000 0.000 0-0170 45
Florida
21 310 120430 618 .502 473 .765 47-102 381 291 201 168
Opponents
21 143 53 196382 .374 289 .757 29-72292202 254 120
Player
GP-GS Minutes GA GA Avg. Saves Pct. W L
Wilcox
11-0 176:23 16 5.44 21.56800
Meagher
21-211078:53124 6.90 125 .50218 3
Florida
211259:57143 6.81 146 .50518 3
Opponents
211259:57310 14.76 163 .345 3 18
CONFERENCE
Player
GP-GS G A Pts ShShot% SOG SOG%FPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
Bruns
5-1
182
20
25.720 22.880 0-19141
Gilroy
5-5155
20
24.625 18.750 1-2518 54
Cullen
5-5
146
20
31.452 21.677 0-65131
Dashiell
5-5 11 7 1823 .478 18 .783
2-3 8 21 5 4
Wiegand
5-51521722.682 19.864 3-320 80
Barry
5-553812.417 11.917 1-2106 35
Chesterman 5-05388.625 5.625 0-0804 1
Graziano, N. 4-03259.333 7.778 0-15 1 20
Farrell
5-5 0 1 1 0.000 0.000 0-0 4 2 1 5
Schneider
2-00002.000 1.500 0-000 00
Dohony
5-5000 1.000 0.000 0-0103 06
Lea
3-0000 1.000 0.000 0-0 10 00
Darcangelo 2-00000.000 0.000 0-0 10 2 1
Flister
2-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Strazza
2-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Wilcox
1-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Ross
2-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Grabher
5-20000.000 0.000 0-05 1 15
Willertz
2-00000.000 0.000 0-00 1 00
Katzenberger 3-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Messina
2-00000.000 0.000 0-0 10 00
Stolins
5-50000.000 0.000 0-0813 34
DuPre
5-50000.000 0.000 0-0 73 03
Graziano, E. 2-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Rhea
5-20000.000 0.000 0-0 12 1 1
Offit
2-00000.000 0.000 0-000 0 1
Reeg
5-50000.000 0.000 0-0 73 58
Hart
2-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Meagher
5-50000.000 0.000 0-040 0 1
Florida
5 86 31 117158 .544 122 .772
7-18 101 76 48 51
Opponents
546 186494 .489 77 .819 9-167964 6922
Player
Meagher
Wilcox
Florida
Opponents
GP-GS Minutes GA GA Avg. Saves Pct. W
5-5 292:32 42
8.61 30 .417 4 1-0 2:47 1 21.56 1 .500 0 5 300:00 46
9.20 31 .403 4 5 300:00 86
17.20
36 .295 1 L
1
0
1
4
Goals (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
Total
187123 310
6479 143
Shots (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
Total
369249 618
172210 382
Shots on Goal (by period) 1st
2nd
Total
Florida
284189 473
Opponents
129160 289
Saves (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
Total
6581 146
9766 163
Clears
Florida
Opponents
Clears AttemptsPct.
230 274.839
201 256.785
Attendance
Total
Average per game
HomeAway Neutral
49684154 4152
552
519
1038
Date
2/9
2/13
2/17
2/20
2/22
2/24
3/2
3/5
3/9
3/12
3/16
3/19
3/23
3/30
4/6
4/14
4/20
5/3
5/5
5/12
5/18
UF Rank Opponent
W /L Score
No. 5 at No. 3 North Carolina W
5-3
No. 3 at Jacksonville
W
15-4
No. 3 at High Point
W
13-7
No. 3 No. 18 Stony Brook
W
16-9
No. 3 UC Davis
W
16-4
No. 3 UAlbany
W
17-7
No. 2 $No. 4 Syracuse
W
14-10
No. 2 No. 9 Loyola
W
16-7
No. 2 at No. 13 Dartmouth W
14-9
No. 2 Lehigh
W
18-2
No. 2 Oregon
W
13-5
No. 2 Stetson
W
22-1
No. 2 * Ohio State
W
13-7
No. 2 * at No. 9 Penn State L 11-16
No. 3 * No. 17 Johns Hopkins W
19-9
No. 3 * at Vanderbilt
W
21-10
No. 3 * No. 4 Northwestern
W
22-4
No. 2 &vs. Ohio State
W
17-3
No. 2 &vs. No. 4 Northwestern L
3-8
No. 4 ^vs. No. 13 Denver
W
16-5
No. 4 %vs. No. 5 Syracuse L
9-13
* ALC opponent
$ Orange Bowl Classic in Miami, Fla.
& ALC Tournament in Baltimore, Md.
^ NCAA Tournament in Gainesville, Fla.
% NCAA Semifinals in Syracuse, N.Y.
Goals (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
Total
4442 86
2125 46
Shots (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
Total
9167 158
4945 94
Shots on Goal (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
Total
6557 122
3938 77
Saves (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
Total
1813 31
2115 36
Clears
Florida
Opponents
Clears AttemptsPct.
59 67.881
44 54.851
Attendance
Total
Average per game
HomeAway
2582640
861 320
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2012 STATISTICS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Record: 19-3 (5-0 ALC) ◊ NCAA finish: 3rd ◊ Final poll rank: 3
ALC regular season finish: 1st ◊ ALC tournament finish: 1st
Home: 13-1 ◊ Away: 6-1 ◊ Neutral: 0-1 ◊ vs. Ranked Opp.: 9-3
OVERALL
Player
GP-GS G A Pts ShShot% SOG SOG%FPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
Cullen
20-20452469113 .398 80 .708 12-24 13 6 29 5
Dashiell
21-2144 256982 .537 61 .744
6-12 3146 26 17
Bruns
22-21
44
24
68
85 .518 74 .871 2-8216286
Wiegand
22-2247 156293 .505 75 .806 9-21 14 9 24 4
Gilroy
21-1644 7 51 91 .484 67 .736 12-17 2283 11 10
Barry
22-2240 84863 .635 55 .873 11-164849 22 11
Chesterman 22-3 23 14 3740 .575 31 .775
1-2 17 4 13 3
Graziano, N. 22-424123646 .522 36 .783
5-71919 18 11
McCord
9-0 9 4 13 91.000
91.000
0-0 2 0 7 0
Grabher
14-2 5 4 912 .417 11 .917
0-1 3 7 5 2
Graziano, E. 9-034710.300 9.900 0-12 1 72
Rhea
7-05059.556 8.889 3-43 1 40
Reeg
22-22 2 1 3 4 .500
41.000
0-1 26 19 6 11
Judge
20-19 0 2 2 0.000 0.000 0-012 11 7 7
Stolins
22-211012
.500 2
1.000 0-0
24
357
17
Farrell
21-211011
1.000 1
1.000 0-0
41
129
17
Jentis
16-60113
.000 2.667 0-111
1276
Cochran
1-00 1 10.000 0.000 0-00 1 00
Canington
11-30000.000 0.000 0-030 1 1
Offit
8-00000.000 0.000 0-033 00
Smith
5-00000.000 0.000 0-00 1 0 1
Meagher
21-190000.000 0.000 0-0290 46
Dohony
22-220000.000 0.000 0-03711 619
Florida
22337 146483663 .508 525 .792 61-115 381336 244 156
Opponents
22 144 41 185 419 .344 307 .733 31-94 317 191300 124
Player
GP-GS Minutes GA GA Avg. Saves Pct. W L
Canington
11-3 274:20 19 4.16 18.486 3 0
Meagher
21-191066:31125 7.03 145 .53716 3
Florida
221340:51144 6.44 163 .531 19 3
Opponents
22 1340:51337 15.08 188 .358 3 19
CONFERENCE
Goals (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st 2nd OT 2OT Total
185149 2 1 337
657522 144
Shots (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st 2nd OT 2OT Total
351302 9 1
663
191222 4 2
419
Shots on Goal (by period) 1st 2nd OT 2OT Total
Florida
283236 5 1
525
Opponents
137
16622 307
Saves (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st 2nd OT 2OT Total
729100 163
9887 3 0 188
Clears
Florida
Opponents
ClearsAttempts Pct.
275311.884
239328 .729
Attendance
Total
Average per game
HomeAway Neutral
93754329 7729
670
618
7729
Date
2/11
2/15
2/19
2/24
2/26
3/3
3/7
3/10
3/14
3/17
3/20
3/24
3/28
4/1
4/7
4/14
4/21
5/4
5/5
5/12
5/19
5/25
UF Rank Opponent
W /L Score
No. 4 at No. 3 North Carolina L
9-11
No. 4 Jacksonville
W
14-5
No. 4 at UMBC
W
18-6
No. 4 Siena
W
23-5
No. 4 Detroit
W
22-3
No. 4 No. 9 Syracuse (2OT) L
11-12
No. 5 at No. 15 Georgetown W
12-9
No. 5 Temple
W
20-3
No. 6 Stony Brook
W
17-4
No. 6 at William and Mary W
21-8
No. 5 No. 10 Dartmouth
W
20-4
No. 5 * at No. 15 Ohio State
W
10-8
No. 4 Fresno State
W
29-0
No. 4 * No. 10 Penn State
W
20-11
No. 4 * at No. 19 Johns HopkinsW
13-12
No. 5 * No. 17 Vanderbilt
W
17-5
No. 4 * at No. 1 Northwestern W
8-7
No. 3 &vs. No. 14 Ohio State W
5-4
No. 3 &vs. No. 1 Northwestern W
14-7
No. 1
^ UAlbany
W
6-4
No. 1
^No. 13 Penn State
W
15-2
No. 1
%No. 4 Syracuse (OT) L
14-13
Player
GP-GS G A Pts ShShot% SOG SOG%FPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
Cullen
4-4 10 2 1223 .435 17 .739
2-5 1 5 9 0
Dashiell
5-58816
24.333 16.667 1-4911 53
Bruns
5-410212
20.500 18.900 0-2426 1
Wiegand
5-5 6 2 820 .300 13 .650
3-6 4 3 12 1
Gilroy
5-5 13 1 1427 .481 18 .667
4-6 5 21 4 2
Barry
5-51231519.632 17.895 5-761143 * ALC opponent
Chesterman 5-150511.455 8.727 0-05 1 30 & ALC Tournament in Gainesville, Fla.
Graziano, N. 5-14597 .571 6.857
1-122 52 ^ NCAA Tournament in Gainesville, Fla.
McCord
1-00000.000 0.000 0-000 0 1 % NCAA Semifinals in Stony Brook, N.Y.
Grabher
3-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Graziano, E. 1-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Goals (by period)
1st 2nd OT 2OT Total
Rhea
Florida
35
3111 68
Reeg
5-50000.000 0.000 0-082 04
Opponents
1725 1 0 43
Judge
5-50 1 10.000 0.000 0-030 2 1
Stolins
5-50000.000 0.000 0-029 0 1
Shots (by period)
1st 2nd OT 2OT Total
Farrell
5-50000.000 0.000 0-084 25
Florida
7768 5 1 151
Jentis
2-00000.000 0.000 0-0 1 1 0 1
Opponents
4557 1 0 103
Cochran
Shots on Goal (by period) 1st 2nd OT 2OT Total
Canington
1-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Florida
5851 3 1 113
Offit
1-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Opponents
3742 1 0 80
Smith
Meagher
5-50000.000 0.000 0-0130 10
Saves (by period)
1st 2nd OT 2OT Total
Dohony
5-50000.000 0.000 0-0 7 1 12
Florida
201700 37
Florida
5 68 24 92151 .450 113 .748 16-31 78 73 54 27
Opponents
2320 2 0
45
Opponents
5 43 14 57103 .417 80 .777 10-20 70 49 62 27
Player
GP-GS Minutes GA GA Avg. Saves Pct. W L
Canington
1-0
12:24
2
9.68
0 .000 0 0
Meagher
5-5 294:34
41
8.35
37 .474 5 0
Florida
5 306:58 43
8.40
37 .463 5 0
Opponents
5306:58 68 13.29 45.398 0 5
Clears
Florida
Opponents
ClearsAttempts Pct.
60 67.896
6282.756
Attendance
Total
Average per game
HomeAway
18012593
900 864
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2011 STATISTICS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Record: 16-4 (5-0 ALC) ◊ NCAA finish: T-5th ◊ Final poll rank: 5
ALC regular season finish: 1st ◊ ALC tournament finish: 2nd
Home: 12-1 ◊ Away: 3-2 ◊ Neutral: 1-1 ◊ vs. Ranked Opp.: 7-3
OVERALL
Player
GP-GS G A Pts ShShot% SOG SOG%FPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
Cullen
20-20779
86
151.510 114.755 20-3598274
Bruns
20-204628 7499 .465 72 .727
3-4 16 18 35 17
Dashiell
20-20 37 135089 .416 62 .697
6-123049 16 8
Hillier
20-2034 64099 .343 54 .545
7-21 23 35 19 18
Chesterman 20-13 31 33456 .554 39 .696
1-6 11 19 7 2
Rhea
19-1315318
32.469 23.719 0-3142193
Cochran
20-7 14 92328 .500 23 .821
2-6 3 2 13 0
Katzenberger14-752716.312 12.750 0-578 74
Reeg
12-0 3 2 5 5 .600
4 .800
0-13223 5 19
Grabher 20-20 3 1 4 4.750 3.750 0-0 3 2 7 1
Graziano
6-01121
1.000 1
1.000 0-01120
Stolins
20-20 1 1 2 3.333 1.333 0-02521 815
Hoyes
6-0 10 14.250 2.500 0-00 1 10
Dlugos
11-01011
1.000 1
1.000 1-111130
Melaniff
7-00000.000 0.000 0-02 1 00
Smith
6-00000.000 0.000 0-00 1 00
Dohony 20-200000.000 0.000 0-02613 39
Meagher 20-20000 1.000 0.000 0-0290 6 7
Bailey
7-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Judge
20-20 0 2 2 0.000 0.000 0-01510 11 9
Canington
5-00000.000 0.000 0-0 10 00
DeGiovanni 5-00000.000 0.000 0-00 1 00
Dunwoody 6-00000.000 0.000 0-0 1 1 1 1
Harkey
6-0000 1.000 0.000 0-0 1 1 50
Wedekind
7-0000 1.000 1
1.000 0-00 1 00
Farrell
20-20000 1.000 0.000 0-02711 88
Florida
20269 80349592 .454 412 .696 40-94 277259 197 125
Opponents
20 179 44223 416 .430 318 .764 47-110222225265 78
Player
GP-GS Minutes GA GA Avg. Saves Pct. W L
Meagher 20-20 1142:53165 8.66 129 .43916 4
Canington
5-0 63:07 14 13.31 9 .39100
Florida
201206:00 179 8.91 139 .437 16 4
Opponents
201206:00 269 13.38 145 .350 4 16
CONFERENCE
Player
GP-GS G A Pts ShShot% SOG SOG%FPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
Cullen
5-5
242
26
46.522 33 .717 5-105292
Bruns
5-5971627.333 19.704 0-15594
Dashiell
5-536917 .176 12.706
1-376 6 1
Hillier
5-562819.316 11.579
1-186 68
Chesterman 5-5 11 1 1220 .550 15 .750
0-1 7 10 3 2
Rhea
5-01014.250 2
.500 0-03231
Cochran
5-02 133.667 3
1.000 0-0 10 00
Katzenberger 5-5 1 129 .111 6.667 0-432 52
Reeg
3-00 1 10.000 0.000 0-0 16 20
Grabher
5-51011
1.000 1
1.000 0-05123
Graziano
-
Stolins
5-50000.000 0.000 0-066 23
Hoyes
-
Dlugos
2-00000.000 0.000 0-002 00
Melaniff
-
Smith
-
Dohony
5-50000.000 0.000 0-0103 02
Meagher
5-50000.000 0.000 0-0100 1 1
Bailey
-
Judge
5-50000.000 0.000 0-03 1 0 1
Canington
-
DeGiovanni
-
Dunwoody
-
Harkey
-
Wedekind
-
Farrell
5-5000 1.000 0.000 0-050 1 1
Florida
558 2179147 .395 102 .694 7-20795249 31
Opponents
543 14 57121 .355 88 .727 11-3070 59 6620
Player
GP-GS Minutes GA GA Avg. Saves
Meagher
5-5300:00 43 8.60 45
Canington
Florida
5300:00 43 8.60 45
Opponents
5300:00 58 11.60 44
Pct. W L
.511 5 0
.511 5 0
.431 0 5
Goals (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
OT Total
143125 1 269
8097 2179
Shots (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
OT Total
319272 1 592
193221 2 416
Shots on Goal (by period) 1st
2nd
OT Total
Florida
221192 1 414
Opponents
149167 2 318
Saves (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
OT Total
6970 0 139
7867 0145
Clears
Florida
Opponents
ClearsAttempts Pct.
263303.868
224286 .783
Attendance
Total
Average per game
HomeAway Neutral
94471933 524
727
387
262
Date
2/12
2/16
2/20
2/23
3/5
3/9
3/12
3/15
3/19
3/23
3/26
4/2
4/9
4/14
4/17
5/1
5/6
5/7
5/14
5/21
UF Rank Opponent
W /L Score
No. 17 at No. 3 North Carolina (OT)L 9-10
No. 17 at Jacksonville
W
18-9
No. 17 Denver
W
15-7
No. 17 UMBC
W
16-6
No. 14 Lehigh
W
15-10
No. 14 No. 9 Georgetown
W
17-10
No. 14 Temple
W
19-4
No. 10 Colgate
W
18-6
No. 10 No. 11 Syracuse
W
16-11
No. 9 Fairfield
W
15-7
No. 9 * Ohio State
W
10-8
No. 6 * at No. 16 Penn State W
13-7
No. 6 * Johns Hopkins
W
14-10
No. 6 * No. 2 Northwestern
W
13-11
No. 6 * at No. 17 Vanderbilt
W
8-7
No. 2 at Cornell L
6-9
No. 4 &vs. No. 18 Ohio State W
16-13
No. 4 &vs. No. 3 Northwestern L
9-10
No. 4 ^No. 7 Stanford
W
13-11
No. 4 ^No. 5 Duke L
9-13
* ALC opponent
& ALC Tournament in Nashville, Tenn.
^ NCAA Tournament in Gainesville, Fla.
Goals (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
Total
3820 58
2221 43
Shots (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
Total
8364 147
6061 121
Shots on Goal (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
Total
6537 102
4444 88
Saves (by period)
Florida
Opponents
1st
2nd
Total
2223 45
2717 44
Clears
Florida
Opponents
Clears AttemptsPct.
263 303.868
224 286.783
Attendance
Total
Average per game
HomeAway
3255867
1085 434
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 59
2010 STATISTICS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Record: 10-8 (1-4 ALC) ◊ Final poll rank: RV
ALC regular season finish: T-4th ◊ ALC tournament finish: T-3rd
Home: 7-2 ◊ Away: 2-5 ◊ Neutral: 1-1 ◊ vs. Ranked Opp.: 3-6
OVERALL
Goals (by period)
1st 2nd OT 2OT Total
Florida
121101 1 0 223
Player
GP-GS G A Pts ShShot% SOG SOG%FPG-FPS GB DC TO CT
Opponents
92
8211 176
Bruns
18-18483179
108.444 88 .815 4-1116 112913
Chesterman 18-17339
42
62.532 43.694 9-121412126 Shots (by period)
1st 2nd OT 2OT Total
Cullen
18-1231 63791 .341 67 .736 7-17161426 5
Florida
300230 4 0
534
Dashiell
18-1826 43055 .473 45 .818
6-1138 61 23 17
Opponents
214
21422 432
Rhea
18-1524 32750.480 35 .700
4-51414 15 5
Cochran
17-01762331.548 29.935 0-360 72
Shots on Goal (by period) 1st 2nd OT 2OT Total
Hillier
18-1015 82361 .246 36.590 3-131518 19 5
Florida
225170 3 0 398
Schindel
13-10 14 5 1926 .538 22 .846
0-4 9 11 22 2
Opponents
150158 2 1
311
Farrell
18-18 6 1 723 .261 16 .696
2-8 1923 15 10
Saves (by period)
1st 2nd OT 2OT Total
Reeg
18-173036.500 4.667 0-0
29181712
Florida
5876 1 0 135
Zimmerman 7-62247.286 4 .571 0-01311178
Opponents
10469 2 0 175
Pendley
7-02023.667 2.667 0-000 00
Gray
8-02023.667 2.667 0-1 10 20
Clears
ClearsAttempts Pct.
Higgins
2-00000.000 0.000 0-000 10
Florida 233
289
.806
Hildebrand 4-00000.000 0.000 0-0 1 1 00
Opponents 204
275
.752
Canington 18-180000.000 0.000 0-0
30 1 83
Bailey
11-00000.000 0.000 0-0 10 10
Attendance
HomeAway Neutral
Stolins
18-170000.000 0.000 0-01613136
Total
75392662
616
Melaniff
8-0000 1.000 0.000 0-000 00
Average per game
838 380
308
Judge
16-90112
.000 2
1.000 0-0
127611
Higham
7-00000.000 0.000 0-00 1 0 1
Sawers
7-00 1 10.000 0.000 0-000 1 1
Hogan
9-00005.000 3.600 0-10 1 00
Meagher
9-00000.000 0.000 0-0 10 10
Dohony
17-150000.000 0.000 0-01811 411
Date UF Rank Opponent
W /L Score
Ciaci
17-160000.000 0.000 0-082 45
W
16-6
Florida
18 223 77300 534 .418 398 .745 35-86 277230 245 123 2/20 Jacksonville
W
15-5
Opponents
18 176 64240432 .407
311 .720 38-94250203 285 96 2/23 at La Salle
2/28 at No. 4 North Carolina L
5-18
Player
GP-GS Minutes GA GA Avg. Saves Pct. W L
3/4 St. Bonaventure
W
22-11
Meagher,
9-0 83:09 12 8.66 8.40000
3/9 No. 5 Georgetown L
11-13
Canington 18-18 998:08162 9.74 126 .43810 8
3/13
* at Johns Hopkins L
8-16
Higgins
2-0 8:45 2 13.71 1.33300
3/17 Marist
W
22-3
Total
181090:02 176 9.69 135 .434 10 8
3/20 No. 17 New Hampshire W
15-3
Opponents
5300:00 42 8.40 45 .517 4 1
3/24 Cornell
W
10-5
3/27
* at No. 17 Ohio State L
9-14
CONFERENCE
3/30 Oregon
W
16-6
* No. 14 Penn State
W
13-11
Player
GP-GS G A Pts ShShot% SOG SOG%FPG-FPS GB DC TO CT 4/3
W
15-3
Bruns
5-510616
26.385 20.769 0-242 72 4/9 No. 20 at Le Moyne
11-12
Chesterman 5-5 5 1 613 .385 9 .692
1-3 4 3 3 2 4/11 No. 20 at Colgate (2OT) L
* No. 8 Vanderbilt L
7-12
Cullen
5-363921.286 16.762 0-02310 1 4/18
* at No. 2 Northwestern L
5-19
Dashiell
5-560612.500 10.833 1-41716 66 5/2
&vs. No. 20 Johns Hopkins W
14-3
Rhea
5-47 1814.500 11.786 0-1336 1 5/6
&vs. No. 10 Vanderbilt L
9-16
Cochran
5-02 135.400 5
1.000 0-100 10 5/7
Hillier
5-350515.333 11.733 2-346 80 * ALC opponent
Schindel
3-20111
.000 1
1.000 0-01461 & ALC Tournament in Columbus, Ohio
Farrell
5-50002.000 1.500 0-16 7 50
Reeg
5-51014.250 2
.500 0-0
10571
Zimmerman 1-10000.000 0.000 0-000 20
Pendley
Gray
Goals (by period)
1st
2nd
Total
Higgins
Florida
1923 42
Hildebrand
Opponents
3834 72
Canington
5-50000.000 0.000 0-0140 32
Bailey
3-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Shots (by period)
1st
2nd
Total
Stolins
5-40000.000 0.000 0-033 72
Florida
6549 114
Melaniff
1-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Opponents
69
81
150
Judge
5-4000 1.000 1
1.000 0-023 34
Shots on Goal (by period) 1st
2nd
Total
Higham
Florida
4938 87
Sawers Opponents
5559 114
Hogan
1-00000.000 0.000 0-000 00
Meagher
Saves (by period)
1st
2nd
Total
Dohony
5-50000.000 0.000 0-082 24
Florida
1725 42
Ciaci
4-40000.000 0.000 0-030 03
Opponents
3015 45
Florida
5 42 13 55114 .368 87 .763
4-15 81 57 76 29
Opponents
57229101150 .480 114 .760 10-307266 7334
Clears
Clears AttemptsPct.
Florida
62 86.721
Player
GP-GS Minutes GA GA Avg. Saves Pct. W L
Opponents
66 76.868
Meagher
Canington
5-5300:00 72 14.40 42 .368 1 4
Attendance
HomeAway
HigginsTotal
21821538
Florida
5300:00 72 14.40 42 .368 1 4
Average per game
1091
513
Opponents
5300:00 42 8.40 45 .517 4 1
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RECORD VS ALL OPPONENTS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Cincinnati: 1-0
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
2/23/14W Gainesville
19-6
2/16/11 W at Jacksonville
18-9
2/15/12WGainesville
14-5
2/13/13 W at Jacksonville
15-4
2/12/14W Gainesville
21-5
Colgate: 1-1
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-1 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
4/11/10 L at Colgate
3/15/11 WGainesville
11-10 (OT)
18-6
5/1/11
L at Cornell
2/20/14W Gainesville
10-5
6-9
Dartmouth: 3-0
20-4
3/9/13 W at Darmouth
14-9
3/18/14W Gainesville
14-7
Home: 3-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
4/6/13 WGainesville
19-9
4/5/14 W at Johns Hopkins
10-9
5/2/14 W #Evanston, Ill.
11-6
LaSalle: 1-0
2/23/10 W at LaSalle
4/9/10 W at Le Moyne
Detroit: 1-0
22-3
Duke: 0-1
15-5
3-8
Ohio State: 7-1
3/12/13WGainesville
18-2
9-14
3/26/11WGainesville
10-8
5/6/11
16-13
W #Nashville, Tenn.
5/4/12
W #Gainesville
10-8
5-4
3/23/13W Gainesville
13-6
5/3/13
17-3
W #Baltimore, Md.
10-9
Oregon: 2-0
3/30/10W Gainesville
16-6
3/16/13 W at Oregon
13-5
Penn State: 5-1
Home: 4-0 ◊ Away: 1-1 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
Loyola: 2-0
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
15-7
3/27/10 L at Ohio State
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
15-10
3/4/14 W at Loyola
11-12 (OT)
Home: 3-0 ◊ Away: 2-1 ◊ Neutral: 2-0
15-3
3/5/11 WGainesville
3/5/13 WGainesville
&Gainesville
3/22/14 W at Ohio State
Lehigh: 2-0
9-13
Fairfield: 1-0
#Baltimore, Md.
3/24/12 W at Ohio State
Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
Home: 0-1 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
L
5/17/14 L
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
16-7
14-13
Marist: 1-0
4/3/10 WGainesville
13-11
4/2/11
13-7
W at Penn State
4/1/12 WGainesville
20-11
5/19/12 W &Gainesville
15-2
3/30/13 L at Penn State
11-16
3/30/14W Gainesville
13-9
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
Fresno State: 1-0
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
3/17/10WGainesville
29-0
22-3
Siena: 1-0
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
Michigan: 1-0
2/24/12W Gainesville
23-5
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
Georgetown: 2-1
Home: 1-1 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
3/8/14 WGainesville
20-4
11-13
3/9/11 WGainesville
17-10
New Hampshire: 1-0
12-9
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
3/20/10W Gainesville
High Point: 2-0
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
2/17/13 W at High Point
13-7
2/15/14W Gainesville
18-7
Jacksonville: 5-0
St. Bonaventure: 1-0
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
3/9/10 LGainesville
W at Georgetown
14-7
22-4
14-10
16-5
3/7/12
W #Gainesville
4/20/13W Gainesville
9-8
14-3
19-9
3/28/12W Gainesville
5/5/12
8-7
5/4/14 W #at Northwestern
15-7
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
#Nashville, Tenn.
5/6/10 W #Columbus, Ohio
5/11/14 W &Gainesville
3/23/11WGainesville
9-10
L
4/21/12 W at Northwestern
13-12
5/12/13 W &Gainesville
&Gainesville
5/7/11
4/19/14 W at Northwestern
Le Moyne: 1-0
5/21/11 L
13-11
5/5/13
Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
Denver: 3-0
2/26/12W Gainesville
5-19
4/14/11WGainesville
4/7/12 Wat Johns Hopkins 13-12 (2OT)
Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
2/20/11W Gainesville
Home: 3-1 ◊ Away: 3-1 ◊ Neutral: 0-2
5/2/10 L at Northwestern
Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 2-1 ◊ Neutral: 2-0
8-16
3/13/10 L at Johns Hopkins
4/9/11 WGainesville
3/20/12W Gainesville
21-8
Johns Hopkins: 6-1
Cornell: 1-1
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-1 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
3/24/10W Gainesville
James Madison: 1-0
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
Northwestern: 6-4
3/4/10 WGainesville
15-3
22-11
Stanford: 1-0
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
North Carolina: 1-4
5/14/11 W &Gainesville
13-11
Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 1-4 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
5-18
2/28/10 L at North Carolina
Stetson: 2-0
2/12/11 L at North Carolina 9-10 (OT)
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
2/11/12 L at North Carolina
9-11
3/19/13WGainesville
22-1
Home: 3-0 ◊ Away: 2-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
2/9/13
W at North Carolina
5-3
3/26/14 W at Stetson
23-1
2/20/10W Gainesville
2/8/14 L at North Carolina
8-20
16-6
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 61
RECORD VS ALL OPPONENTS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Stony Brook: 3-0
Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
3/14/12W Gainesville
17-4
2/20/13W Gainesville
16-9
3/1/14
14-1
W at Stony Brook
Syracuse: 2-4
Home: 1-1 ◊ Away: 0-2 ◊ Neutral: 1-1
3/19/11 WGainesville
3/3/12
L Gainesville
16-11
11-12 (2OT)
5/25/12L &Stony Brook, N.Y. 13-14 (2OT)
3/2/13
W Miami, Fla.
14-10
5/18/13 L at Syracuse
9-13
3/15/14 L at Syracuse
12-17
Temple: 2-0
Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
3/12/11 WGainesville
19-4
3/10/12W Gainesville
20-3
UAlbany: 2-0
Home: 2-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
5/12/12 W &Gainesville
6-4
2/24/13W Gainesville
17-7
UC Davis: 1-0
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
2/22/13W Gainesville
16-5
America East..............................................8-0
New Hampshire.................................................. 1-0
Stony Brook....................................................... 3-0
UAlbany............................................................... 2-0
UMBC.................................................................... 2-0
Atlantic Sun................................................8-0
Detroit................................................................... 1-0
Jacksonville........................................................ 5-0
Stetson................................................................. 2-0
Atlantic 10...................................................2-0
LaSalle................................................................... 1-0
St. Bonaventure................................................. 1-0
ACC..............................................................3-9
Duke....................................................................... 0-1
North Carolina.................................................... 1-4
Syracuse.............................................................. 2-4
Big Ten...................................................... 19-6
Michigan............................................................... 1-0
Northwestern..................................................... 6-4
Ohio State............................................................. 7-1
Penn State.............................................................5-1
BIG EAST....................................................9-3
Cincinnai............................................................... 1-0
Georgetown.........................................................2-1
Temple.................................................................. 2-0
Vanderbilt .......................................................... 4-2
Colonial.......................................................2-0
James Madison.................................................. 1-0
William & Mary................................................... 1-0
Ivy.................................................................4-1
Cornell.....................................................................1-1
Dartmouth.......................................................... 3-0
Metro Atlantic............................................3-0
Fairfield................................................................. 1-0
Marist..................................................................... 1-0
Siena....................................................................... 1-0
Mountain Pacific........................................7-0
Denver.................................................................. 2-0
Fresno State........................................................ 1-0
Oregon................................................................. 2-0
Stanford................................................................ 1-0
UC Davis............................................................... 1-0
Northeast-10............................................... 1-0
Le Moyne.............................................................. 1-0
Patriot..........................................................5-1
Colgate....................................................................1-1
Lehigh................................................................... 2-0
Loyola................................................................... 2-0
Records by affiliation for 2015 season, not
that of when games were played.
Big South....................................................3-0
High Point........................................................... 2-0
Winthrop.............................................................. 1-0
UMBC: 2-0
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
2/23/11WGainesville
16-6
2/19/12 W at UMBC
18-6
Vanderbilt: 4-2
Home: 2-1 ◊ Away: 2-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-1
4/18/10L Gainesville
7-12
5/7/10
9-16
L
#Columbus, Ohio
4/17/11 W at Vanderbilt
8-7
4/14/12W Gainesville
17-5
4/14/13 W at Vanderbilt
21-10
4/13/14W Gainesville
14-9
William & Mary: 1-0
Home: 0-0 ◊ Away: 1-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
3/17/12 W at William & Mary
21-8
Winthrop: 1-0
Home: 1-0 ◊ Away: 0-0 ◊ Neutral: 0-0
3/12/14W Gainesville
21-5
# denotes ALC Tournament game
& denotes NCAA Tournament game
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 62
HONORS & AWARDS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Tewaaraton Award
Shannon Gilroy
Kitty Cullen
Brittany Dashiell
Shannon Gilroy
Mikey Meagher
Kitty Cullen
Brittany Dashiell
Kitty Cullen
Finalist
Nominee
Nominee
Nominee
Finalist
Nominee
Finalist
Nominee
Honda Sports Award
Shannon Gilroy
Brittany Dashiell
2014
2013
2013
2013
2013
2012
2012
2011
Nominee 2014
Nominee 2012
Coach of the Year
All-South Region Coach of the Year
Amanda O’Leary
2011
1
All-IL-Women Team
Shannon Gilroy 2014
All-Rookie Team
Taylor Bresnahan
Sammi Burgess
Caroline Fitzgerald
Mollie Stevens
Nora Barry
Shannon Gilroy
2014
2014
4
2014
4
2014
3
2012
3
2012
4
4
4
Amanda O’Leary
2014
2
Amanda O’Leary
2012
ALC Player of the Year
Goalie of the Year
ALC Offensive Player of the Year
Mikey Meagher
Mikey Meagher
2013
1,2,3
2012
1,2,3
Kitty Cullen2011
Kitty Cullen2013
ALC Defensive Player of the Year
Midfielder of the Year
2014
2
Shannon Gilroy
Rookie of the Year
Ashley Bruns
All-America
Shannon Gilroy
Nora Barry
Kitty Cullen Brittany Dashiell
Mikey Meagher
Sam Farrell Shannon Gilroy Brittany Dashiell
Sam Farrell Mikey Meagher
Kitty Cullen
Shannon Gilroy
Jamie Reeg
Kitty Cullen
Sam Farrell
Ashley Bruns 1st/1st/1st
3rd
1st/1st/1st
1st/1st/1st
1st/1st/1st
2nd/1st
2nd/2nd
1st/1st/1st
1st/1st
1st/1st/1st
2nd/1st/2nd
1st/3rd
3rd
1st/1st/1st
2nd
3rd/1st/2nd
2,3
2010
2014
2014
2013
1,2,3
2013
1,2,3
2013
1,3
2013
1,3
2013
1,2,3
2012
1,3
2012
1,2,3
2012
1,2,3
2012
2,3
2012
1
2012
1,2,3
2011
3
2011
1,2,3
2011
1,2,5
1
1,2,3
NCAA All-Tournament
Sam Farrelll2012
Mikey Meagher2012
IWLCA All-South Region
Shannon Gilroy
Nora Barry
Taylor Bresnahan
Smmi Burgess
Sam Dacrangelo
Caroline Fitzgerald
Kitty Cullen
Brittany Dashiell
Shannon Gilroy
Sam Farrell
Mikey Meagher
Ashley Bruns
Kitty Cullen
Brittany Dashiell
Sam Farrell
Mikey Meagher
Jamie Reeg
Gabi Wiegand
Kitty Cullen
Ashley Bruns
Sam Farrell
Janine Hillier
Mikey Meagher
(1)
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
2nd
1st
1st
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
1st
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
Sam Farrell2013
ALC Midfield Player of the Year
Shannon Gilroy2014
Brittany Dashiell2013
ALC Goalie of the Year
Mikey Meagher2013
ALC Rookie of the Year
Sammi Burgess2014
Nora Barry2013
Ashley Bruns2010
ALC Coach of the Year
ALC All-Tournament Team
Nora Barry2014
Taylor Bresnahan2014
Shannon Gilroy2014
Nora Barry2014
Marry-Sean Wilcox2014
Brittany Dashiell2013
Sam Farrell2013
Mikey Meagher2013
Brittany Dashiell2012
Sam Farrell2012
Shannon Gilroy2012
Mikey Meagher2012
Jamie Reeg2012
Emily Dohony2011
Sam Farrell2011
Janine Hillier2011
Kitty Cullen2010
Jamie Reeg2010
*18 total
Brine/ILWomen National Player of the
Week
Shannon Gilroy4/1/14
Nike/InsideLacrosse National Player of
the Week
Kitty Cullen4/18/11
Ashley Bruns4/5/10
Women’sLacrosse/SyanpseSports.com
Offensive Player of the Week
Kitty Cullen4/18/11
Kitty Cullen4/4/11
Ashley Bruns3/21/11
Amanda O’Leary2014
Amanda O’Leary2013
Amanda O’Leary2011
Women’sLacrosse/SyanpseSports.com
Offensive Player of the Week
All-ALC
Women’sLacrosse/SyanpseSports.com
Rookie of the Week
Nora Barry
Shannon Gilroy
Sammi Burgess
Caroline Fitzgerald
Kitty Cullen
Brittany Dashiell
Sam Farrell
Shannon Gilroy
Mikey Meagher
Ashley Bruns
Emily Dohony
Kitty Cullen
Brittany Dashiell
Sam Farrell
Nora Barry
Mikey Meagher
Gabi Wiegand
Ashley Bruns
Kitty Cullen
Sam Farrell
Janine Hillier
Haydon Judge
Mikey Meagher
Ashley Bruns
Brittany Dashiell
Jamie Reeg
*26 total
ALC Tournament MVP
1st 2014
1st 2014
2nd 2014
2nd 2014
1st 2013
1st 2013
1st 2013
1st 2013
1st 2013
2nd 2013
2nd2013
1st 2012
1st 2012
1st 2012
2nd 2012
2nd 2012
2nd 2012
1st 2011
1st 2011
1st 2011
2nd 2011
2nd 2011
2nd 2011
2nd 2010
2nd 2010
2nd 2010
Shannon Gilroy2014
Mikey Meagher2012
Jamie Reeg 3/26/12
Shannon Gilroy5/7/12
Nora Barry4/24/12
Ashley Bruns4/5/10
Ashley Bruns3/22/10
Women’sLacrosse/SyanpseSports.com
Honor Roll
Nora Barry4/10/12
Shannon Gilroy4/3/12
Mikey Meagher3/13/12
Brittany Dashiell5/16/11
Jamie Reeg3/28/11
Sam Farrell3/14/11
Kitty Cullen2/21/11
Kitty Cullen 5/10/10
WomensLax.com Player of the Week
Mikey Meagher2/11/13
Gabi Wiegand4/23/12
Kitty Cullen 4/18/11
Ashley Bruns3/21/11
WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week
Mollie Stevens5/12/14
Sammi Burgess4/21/14
Shannon Gilory5/21/12
Shannon Gilory5/7/12
Nora Barry4/9/12
Ashley Bruns4/5/10
Ashley Bruns3/22/10
‘bold’ denotes current player/coach, (1) denotes ILWCA selection, (2) denotes womenslax.com selection, (3) denotes womenslacrosse/Synapse Sports selection,
(4)
denotes Inside Lacrosse selection, (5) denotes Lacrosse Magazine selection
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 63
HONORS & AWARDS // FLORIDA LACROSSE
ALC Offensive Player of the Week
Shannon Gilroy4/9/14
Shannon Gilroy3/25/14
Nora Barry3/11/14
Shannon Gilroy2/17/14
Shannon Gilroy4/22/13
Shannon Gilroy3/24/13
Shannon Gilroy3/12/13
Gabi Wiegand4/23/12
Ashley Bruns2/27/12
Kitty Cullen4/18/11
Kitty Cullen4/4/11
Kitty Cullen3/28/11
Ashley Bruns3/21/11
Kitty Cullen2/21/11
*14 total
ALC Defensive Player of the Week
Krista Grabher2/24/14
Sam Farrell4/22/13
Kayla Stolins3/24/13
Mikey Meagher3/5/13
Emily Dohony2/18/13
Mikey Meagher2/11/13
Sam Farrell4/23/12
Jamie Reeg3/26/12
Mikey Meagher3/12/12
Mikey Meagher4/11/11
Sam Farrell3/14/11
Sam Farrell4/5/10
*12 total
ALC Rookie Player of the Week
Sammi Burgess4/22/14
Sammi Burgess4/16/14
Caroline Fitzgerald4/9/14
Caroline Fitzgerald3/4/14
Sammi Burgess2/24/14
Sammi Burgess2/10/14
Sydney DuPre4/8/13
Sydney DuPre2/18/13
Sydney DuPre2/12/13
Nora Barry4/23/12
Nora Barry4/9/12
Shannon Gilroy4/2/12
Nora Barry3/26/12
Nora Barry2/21/12
Hayley Katzenberger4/18/11
Ashley Bruns4/5/10
Ashley Bruns3/22/10
Ashley Bruns3/5/10
Brittany Dashiell3/1/10
*19 total
SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
Amy Arnold2014
Haley Bordner2014
Sammi Burgess2014
Hannah Burnett2014
Hope Kissick2014
Carli Marsh2014
Chloe O’Haire2014
Alex Puller2014
Mollie Stevens2014
Sam Darcangelo2013
Sydney DuPre2013
Anglea Flister2013
Lauren Lea2013
Darcy Messina2013
Carly Ross2013
Jackie Rupp2013
Devon Schneider2013
Lizzie Strazza2013
Mary-Sean Wilcox2013
Nora Barry2012
Shannon Gilroy2012
Nicole Graziano2012
Sally Jentis2012
Taylor McCord2012
Michelle Offit2012
Anna DeGiovanni2011
Kelsey Dlugos2011
Krista Grabher2011
Courtney Hoyes2011
Lelan Bailey2010
Ashley Bruns2010
Cara Canington2010
Caroline Chesterman2010
Kitty Cullen2010
Brittany Dashiell2010
Sam Farrell2010
Cori Gray2010
Lindsay Higham2010
Jenna Hildebrand2010
Hayley Katzenberger2010
Mikey Meagher2010
Colby Rhea2010
Hayward Sawers2010
Rachel Smith2010
Kayla Stolins2010
*46 total
SEC Academic Honor Roll
Lelan Bailey 2011
Nora Barry 2013, 14
Ashley Bruns 2011, 12, 13,
Cara Canington 2011, 12, 13, 14
Caroline Chesterman 2011, 12, 13
Caroline Cochran 2011, 12
Kitty Cullen 2011, 12, 13
Sam Darcangelo 2014
Brittany Dashiell 2011, 12, 13
Emily Dohony 2011, 12, 13
Sydney DuPre 2014
Sam Farrell 2011, 12, 13
Shannon Gilroy 2013, 14
Krista Grabher 2012, 14
Erin Graziano 2011, 12, 13
Nicole Graziano 2013, 14
Marissa Higgins 2010
Janine Hillier 2011
Jesse Hogan 2010
Hayley Katzenberger 2011, 12, 13
Lauren Lea 2014
Natalie Melaniff 2011
Darci Messina 2014
Mikki Offit 2013, 14
Kaley Pendley 2010
Jamie Reeg 2011, 12, 13
Colby Rhea 2011, 12, 13
Carly Ross 2014
Jackie Rupp 2014
Julie Schindel 2011
Devon Schneider 2014
Rachel Smith 2012
Kayla Stolins 2011, 12, 13
Gabi Wiegand 2013
Mary-Sean Wilcox 2014
*35 total individuals, 66 awards
IWLCA Academic Squad
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
IWLCA Academic Honor Roll
Nora Barry2014
Cara Canington2012, 13, 14
Caroline Cochran2011
Brittany Dashiel2012, 13
Emily Dohony2012, 13
Shannon Gilroy2014
Marissa Higgins2010
Mikki Offit2014
Kayley Pendley2010
Gabi Wiegand2012, 13
*10 total individuals, 15 awards
2015 Florida Lacrosse Media Supplement // 64
ALL-TIME ROSTER/COACHES // FLORIDA LACROSSE
Roster
A
Arnold, Amy 2014-
Coaches
K
Katzenberger, Hayley 2010-13
Kissick, Hope 2014
B
Bailey, Lelan 2010-11
Barry, Nora 2012Bordner, Haley 2014
Bracken, Morgan 2015Bresnahan, Taylor 2014Bruns, Ashley 2010-13
Burgess, Sammi 2014Burnett, Hannah 2014
Butz, Christiana 2015-
C
Canington, Cara 2010-14
Chesterman, Caroline 2010-13
Ciaci, Katie 2010
Cochran, Caroline 2010-12
Cole, Olivia 2015Cullen, Kitty 2010-13
D
Darcangelo, Sam 2013Dashiel, Brittany 2010-13
DeGiovanni, Anna 2011
Dlugos, Kelsey 2011
Dohony, Emily 2010-13
Dunwoody, Elizabeth 2011
DuPre, Sydney 2013-
F
Farrell, Sam 2010-13
Fitzgerald, Caroline 2014Flanagan, Aniya 2015Flister, Angela 2013-
G
Gilroy, Shannon 2012Grabher, Krista 2011-14
Gray, Cori 2010
Graziano, Erin 2011-13
Graziano, Nicole 2012-
H
Hamer, Katharine 2015Harkey, Shannon 2011
Hart, Kelsey 2013Higgins, Marissa 2010
Higham, Lindsey 2010
Hildebrand, Jenna 2010
Hillier, Janine 2010-11
Hogan, Jesse 2010
Hoyes, Courtney, 2011
Head Coaches
O’Leary, Amanda 2010-
Assistant Coaches
L
Lea, Lauren 2013-
M
LaGrow, Erica 2010McFadden, Caitlyn 2011
Tumolo, Michelle 2014Ulehla, Jennifer 2010
Williams, Nick 2013
Marsh, Carli 2014McCord, Taylor 2012
Meagher, Mikey 2010-13
Melaniff, Natalie 2010-11
Meritz, Maegan 2012
Messina, Darcy 2013-
O
O’Connor, Bella 2015Offit, Mikki 2012O’Haire, Chloe 2014-
P
Pavinelli, Allie 2015Pendley, Kaley 2010
Pirreca, Shayna 2015Puller, Alex 2014-
R
Reeg, Jaime 2010-13
Rhea, Colby 2010-13
Ross, Carly 2013Rupp, Jackie 2013
S
Sawers, Hayward 2010
Schneider, Devon 2013Schinder, Julie 2010-11
Smith Rachel, 2010-12
Stevens, Mollie 2014Stolins, Kayla 2010-13
Strazza, Lizzie 2013
W
Wedekind, Amanda 2010-11
Wiegand, Gabi 2012-13
Wilcox, Mary-Sean 2013Willertz, 2013 -
Z
Zimmerman, Rachael 2010
75 total
J
Jentis, Sally 2012
Judge, Haydon 2010-12
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