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Junior Patty Glavin Regional All-American Junior Allison Frengs A
Junior
Patty
Glavin
Regional
All-American
Junior
Allison
Frengs
A-10
Offensive
Player of
the Year
2006 Schedule
Quick Facts
Date
Feb. 18
Feb. 24
Feb. 26
Mar. 1
Mar. 7
Mar. 17
Mar. 21
Mar. 25
Mar. 31
Apr. 4
Apr. 7
Apr. 9
Apr. 15
Apr. 19
Apr. 23
Apr. 28
Apr. 30
May 5
May 7
May 14
May 20
May 26
May 28
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Wednesday
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Sunday
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Opponent ...........................................Time
Outlook.................1 In Review............12
at Princeton Tournament (Ex.) ..................TBA
Head Coach..........2 2005 Stats ...........13
at North Carolina...................................5:00 PM
Coaching Staff .....3 Atlantic 10 ..........14
at Virginia ................................................1:00 PM
Roster ....................4 A-10 Stat.............15
at Penn .....................................................7:00 PM
Profiles ............5-11 Record Book ..16-21
vs. Connecticut (Orlando, Fla.)............3:30 PM
Newcomers ........11 Temple Univ. 22-24
BROWN ..................................................4:00 PM
PENN STATE .......................................4:00 PM TEMPLE UNIVERSITY
at Old Dominion....................................1:00 PM Location ....................Philadelphia, Pa.
at Rutgers.................................................7:00 PM Founded.........................................1884
PRINCETON ........................................4:00 PM Enrollment.................................34,000
President ............Dr. David Adamany
at Richmond............................................3:00 PM
Director of Athletics.......Bill Bradshaw
at George Washington...........................1:00 PM
Nickname .....................................Owls
SAINT JOSEPH’S.................................1:00 PM Colors .....................Cherry and White
at La Salle ................................................4:00 PM Home Field........................Geasey Field
at Massachusetts...................................12:00 PM Conference ............................Atlantic 10
ST. BONAVENTURE..........................4:00 PM COACHING STAFF
DUQUESNE .........................................1:00 PM Head Coach ................Jennifer Ulehla
at Atlantic 10 Semifinals .................12/2:00 PM Lacrosse Office.............215-204-6668
at Atlantic 10 Championship .............12:00 PM E-Mail [email protected]
Career Record/Years...........100-63/9
NCAA First Round ......................................TBA
Record at TU/Years ................10-7/1
NCAA Quarterfinals....................................TBA
Assistant Coach...................B.J. Lucey
NCAA Semifinal ...........................................TBA Assistant Coach ..................Jen Valore
NCAA Championship .................................TBA Assistant Coach..............Mindy Leher
Home games in CAPS; * Atlantic 10 game;
** Atlantic 10 Championships (at George Washington);
# On campus sites; ! Nickerson Field, Boston University
THE TEAM
Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......19/3
Starters Returning/Lost...................10/2
2005 Overall Record ....................10-7
Atlantic 10 Record..........................6-1
Atlantic 10 Finish ........................T-1st
MEDIA RELATIONS
Contact...........................Aimee Cicero
Office Phone.................215-204-3850
Cell Phone .....................215-651-1254
Office Fax......................215-204-7499
[email protected]
Website.......................www.owlsports.com
CREDITS
Quick Facts
The 2006 Temple Women’s Lacrosse Media
Guide was written and edited by Aimee Cicero.
Layout and cover design by Kevin Bonner.
Additional editing provided by Larry
Dougherty and Al Shrier. Printed by MultiAd® Sports, Peoria, Ill. Special thanks to
Dave Mateer, Client Account Manager for
Temple Athletics. Photography provided by
Greg Carroccio, Aimee Cicero, Joseph V.
Labolito, Mindy Leher, and Zohrab
Kazanjian. Published by the Temple University
Department of Intercollegiate Athletics.
2006 Temple women’s lacrosse team
With one season of field play under her belt after making
the switch from the goalie position, Ulehla is expecting
Yergey to be more effective this season. Freshmen
Lauren Carey and Stephanie McGinley will add depth
to the defensive unit.
The Temple midfield boasts perhaps the most experienced group of players on the roster. Allison Frengs,
Casey Cech, Whitney Richards, Berkley Summerlin,
Katie Yori and Brittany Piotti possess both a defensive
presence and an attacking mentality that Uhlela hopes
will be useful in creating more effective fast break opportunities.
Frengs was voted the 2005 A-10 Offensive Player of
the Year and returns as Temple’s scoring leader. An
IWLCA/US Lacrosse Regional All-American, Frengs
netted 46 goals and dished seven assists for 53 points.
“Allie is a true competitor,” said Ulehla. “She has
worked a lot on her defense in the fall and I am confident
that she will be an impact player all over the field.”
Cech was voted to the 2005 A-10 All-Championship
team after scoring two goals against Richmond in the
semifinals. Uhlela expects Cech to be more of an allaround midfielder after working hard to improve her
defensive skills. Summerlin returns as one of the top
players from last season, finishing among the squad leaders in scoring, caused turnovers, draw controls and
groundballs.
Richards led Temple with 16 assists last season and
was selected to the A-10 All-Championship team after
dishing three assists against Richmond. Uhlela hopes that
with the addition of Yori and Piotti’s speed and quickness, the Owl midfield will gain another dimension.
Captain Patty Glavin will once again lead the
Temple attack. Voted to the Atlantic 10 first team and
IWLCA/US Lacrosse Regional All-American, Glavin is a
player that can intimidate opponents with her excellent
shot and threatening presence. Glavin finished second on
the team in scoring with 33 goals and six assists and was
also named to the A-10 All-Championship team. Senior
captain Corey Leader also has the ability to be an explosive scoring threat. Leader was third on the team in scoring with 26 goals and six assists.
“Corey’s speed and quickness, coupled with Patty’s
lethal shot will combine for a scoring duo that other
teams should watch out for,” Uleha commented.
Johna Capaldo returns after starting all 17 games
last season. Capaldo earned 16 points (14g, 2a) and
Uhlela hopes that she has gained the confidence that will
allow her to become an effective scorer.
Junior Kelly Yemm saw limited action last season
but shows improvement every day. Sophomore Nicole
Caniglia is an excellent feeder who Ulehla hopes will
step up and take more of an active role this season.
Freshmen Brittany Hoffman, Janell Myers and
Andrea DeSabato are welcome additions to the offensive line and will see more time as the season progresses.
Outlook
After returning the Temple women’s lacrosse team
to national prominence in her first season on North
Broad Street, head coach Jenny Ulehla is looking to continue to build on the success of her first season.
“We’re looking to take the next step this year,”
Ulehla commented. “We learned a lot last season and got
some big wins over some big teams but we fell short of
our goal of winning the A-10 title. This season we’re
hoping to have more consistency in our play throughout
the season, working hard against both our conference
and non-conference opponents.”
The Owls return 10 starters from a squad that captured a share of its seventh straight Atlantic 10 title and
earned a Top 20 ranking for the first time since the 2002
season. Temple was ranked as high as #16 thanks to big
wins over then-#2 Penn State and perennial powerhouse
Old Dominion.
Temple is picked to finish first in the Atlantic 10 and
begins the 2006 season ranked #20 by Inside Lacrosse
Magazine. Ulehla and her staff believe that the team has
the necessary skills to live up to all the hype.
“We’re working better as a unit this year after implementing new strategies last season,” Ulehla said.
“Though we struggled some last year, we have elevated
our understanding of the game and of both our offensive and defensive systems. Going into the spring we are
much more confident in our abilities, our conditioning
and our team unity.”
The Owls will once again be tested early with games
against top-ranked teams such as North Carolina,
Virginia, Connecticut, Penn State, Princeton and Rutgers.
They begin conference play on April 7 at defending
champion Richmond.
After losing starting goalie Megan McLouth to graduation, Ulehla will look to Caitlin Gregory and Bridget
McMullan to showcase their skills in the Temple cage.
Though they saw limited time last season, Ulehla is confident that either one would make an excellent replacement for McLouth.
Junior captain Jessica Chadwin will continue to
serve as the anchor of the low defense. Sophomore
Hillary Richards was repeatedly assigned to the opponent’s best attacker last season and should continue to be
a strong mark-up defender. Richards started 16 games
last year and led the squad in draw controls.
Senior Nicole Cataldo will make the move to the
defensive midfield this season. The team captain led the
team in groundballs last season with 39. Sophomore
Lindsay Wells returns as Temple’s leader in caused
turnovers (18). Ulehla hopes that her experience last season will help her to continue to be a strong low defender
this season.
Lindsey McMullen and Dawn Yergey round out
the defense. Though McMullen didn’t see a lot of action
last season, Uhlela feels that her work ethic will allow her
to become a significant part of the rotation this season.
1
Head Coach
Jennifer Ulehla
Maryland ‘91
2nd season
Jennifer Ulehla (pronounced YOO-luh-luh), who
returned the Temple women’s lacrosse team to national
prominence, enters her second season on North Broad
Street. In her first year at Temple, Ulehla led the Owls
to a 10-7 overall record, a #16 national ranking and a 61 mark in the Atlantic 10. She was also named an assistant coach for the U.S. national women’s lacrosse team in
February, 2006.
In her first season, Temple captured a
share of its seventh straight A-10 regular
season title and earned a Top 20 ranking
for the first time since the 2002 season
after upsetting #2 Penn State and defeating
Old Dominion in an incredible come-frombehind overtime win. Ulehla also produced
two IWLCA Regional All-Americans in
Allison Frengs and Patty Glavin. Both garnered All-Atlantic 10 honors, with
Frengs earning the Offensive
Player of the Year award.
Ulehla, who took the reins
of James Madison’s program
in the summer of 1994, led
the Dukes to six NCAA
Tournament appearances (1995,
1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, and
2001) and advanced to the Final
Four in 2000. In her eight seasons
at JMU, she guided the Dukes to
three Colonial Athletic Association
(CAA) Championships (1997, 1999,
2001) and two second place finishes
(1998 and 2000). During her tenure, the Dukes were consistently ranked among the top 10 nationally. Ulehla
coached 13 National All-Americans and was a two-time
CAA Coach of the Year (1995, 2000).
Also an assistant coach with the United States
Developmental Team, Ulehla's coaching career includes
assisting at Lafayette in 2003; assisting on Loyola
College's 1994 Final Four Team; assisting in both field
hockey and lacrosse at Dartmouth in 1993 (the
lacrosse team reached the NCAA quarterfinals),
and a one year interim head coaching stint at
Towson University in 1992 where she led the
Tigers to a second place finish in the ECAC
and was named the University's Coach of the
Year.
The nine-year head coach has compiled a
100-63 career coaching record in her stints
at James Madison and Temple.
As a player, Ulehla was a first
team All-America selection as a senior at the University of Maryland
women's lacrosse team in 1991.
She was captain of both the
lacrosse and field hockey teams at
Maryland.
A member of the United States
women's lacrosse squad from 19901994, she helped lead the U.S. to the
World Cup Championship in 1993.
Ulehla was also named to the 50th
Anniversary All-ACC Women's
Lacrosse team in 2002.
Head Coach
ULEHLA YEAR-BY-YEAR
Year
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2005
Totals
School
James Madison
James Madison
James Madison
James Madison
James Madison
James Madison
James Madison
James Madison
Temple
Record
12-6
9-8
13-5
11-8
13-5
13-5
11-9
8-10
10-7
100-63
Pct.
.667
.529
.722
.579
.722
.722
.550
.444
.625
.613
Conference*
Semis/Tied 1st
Semis/4th
1st/3rd
2nd/2nd
1st/1st
2nd/1st
3rd/1st
Semis/3rd
Semis/T-1st
NCAA Tournament
First round
Quarterfinals
Quarterfinals
Quarterfinals
Final Four
Quarterfinals
*tournament/regular season in Colonial Athletic Association and Atlantic 10
2
National Rank
5th
8th
4th
6th
6th
3rd
9th
14th
16th
Asst. Coach
B.J. Lucey
Asst. Coach
Jen Valore
Penn State ‘03
James Madison ‘00
2nd season
2nd season
Barbara “B.J.” Lucey, a former graduate assistant
coach in both field hockey and women’s lacrosse at
The College of New Jersey and a former captain of
the Penn State women’s lacrosse team, enters her second year as an assistant women’s lacrosse coach at
Temple University.
Lucey played four years at Penn State where she
served as team captain during her junior and senior
seasons and was a two-time Mid-Atlantic Regional AllAmerican. After receiving a bachelor of science degree
in kinesiology, Lucey served as an undergraduate assistant coach with the Nittany Lions during the 2003 season. The following year, she became a graduate assistant coach for both field hockey and women's lacrosse
at The College of New Jersey.
Lucey also has extensive lacrosse camp experience
as she has mentored at Princeton University’s Tiger &
Elite camps; Penn State’s girls’ lacrosse camp;
University of Virginia’s Fast Break camp and
University of Denver’s girls’ lacrosse camp.
Lucey excelled off the field as well at Penn State,
as a member of the S&B Honor Society, the Spiritus
Leoninus and the Lion’s Paw Honor Society which is
considered the highest undergraduate honor at the
institution.
She earned a master’s in physical education with a
concentration in athletic administration from The
College of New Jersey in 2005.
Jen Valore, a standout defender at James Madison
University while playing for Temple University head
coach Jennifer Ulehla, is in her second year on the
Owls staff, serving as an assistant coach. Valore works
primarily with the Owl defense.
Valore, a four-year starter at JMU (1997-00), ranks
third all-time in minutes played for the Dukes with
4,128. The Moorestown, N.J. native (Moorestown HS),
who was honored as the 2000 South Jersey Collegiate
Defender of the Year, also ranks ninth all-time in
caused turnovers at JMU with 54.
During her career, James Madison was consistently ranked in the Top 10 nationally, making four consecutive NCAA appearances and reaching the NCAA
Final Four her senior season. A team captain on that
Final Four squad, Valore led the Dukes to a 13-5
record and a #3 final ranking. JMU also captured two
Colonial Athletic Association championships (1997,
1999) in her four seasons at the school.
A three-time CAA Scholar-Athlete and an
Academic All-District honoree, Valore has been
involved in athletic administration since earning a
bachelor of science degree in kinesiology from James
Madison in 2000. She served two years as a graduate
assistant in the Sports Information Office at Drexel
where she earned a master of science degree in communications (2002). Valore moved on to become an
assistant SID/marketing director at Siena. In May of
2004, she left Siena to take the position of director of
marketing for Tri-State Lacrosse and the New Jersey
Pride of Major League Lacrosse (MLL).
Asst. Coach
Mindy Leher
James Madison ‘01
Assistant coach B.J. Lucey
A former player and assistant coach for Temple
head coach Jenny Ulehla, Mindy Leher is in her first
season on North Broad Street. She helped lead James
Madison to four NCAA Tournaments during her
career, including the Final Four in 2000.
Her best season came as a senior in 2001, when
she scored 34 goals. She served as an assistant coach
for JMU in 2002.
She is currently the owner and designer of Red
Dog Glass, a graphic design business specializing in
sandblasted glassware.
Coaching Staff
1st season
3
Numerical Roster
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
13
14
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
27
31
32
36
Name
Dawn Yergey
Kelly Yemm
Hillary Richards
Lindsay Wells
Janell Myers
Nicole Cataldo
Brittney Hoffman
Lauren Carey
Corey Leader
Casey Cech
Nicole Caniglia
Johna Capaldo
Brittany Piotti
Katie Yori
Lindsey McMullen
Whitney Richards
Caitlin Gregory
Andrea DeSabato
Berkley Summerlin
Allison Frengs
Stephanie McGinley
Jessica Chadwin
Bridget McMullan
Patty Glavin
Pos.
D
A
M
D
A
M
A
D
A
M
A
A
M
M
D
M
GK
A
M
M
D
D
GK
A
Yr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
So.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
So.
So.
So.
Fr.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Ht.
5-2
5-4
5-9
5-2
5-4
5-6
5-8
5-3
5-9
5-6
5-6
5-5
5-3
5-3
5-9
5-8
5-8
5-4
5-9
5-3
5-9
5-6
5-4
5-8
Hometown
Pottstown, Pa.
Fort Washington, Pa.
Southampton, N.J.
Southampton, N.J.
Aurora, Colo.
Mount Laurel, N.J.
Cherry Hill, N.J.
Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Kennett Square, Pa.
Moorestown, N.J.
Wayne, Pa.
Chester Springs, Pa.
Springfield, Pa.
Ridley, Pa.
Berwyn, Pa.
Southampton, N.J.
Berlin, N.J.
Wynnewood, Pa.
Baltimore, Md.
Collingswood, N.J.
Fairless Hills, Pa.
Lansdale, Pa.
Red Bank, N.J.
Folsom, Pa.
High School
Pottstown
Upper Dublin
Holy Cross
Lenape
Smokey Hill
Lenape
Cherry Hill East
Southside
Wilmington Friends (Del.)
Moorestown
Radnor
The Hill School
Springfield
Ridley
Conestoga
Holy Cross
Eastern
Friends’ Central
The Hill School (Pa.)
Collingswood
Conwell-Egan
Germantown Academy
Red Bank Catholic
Ridley
Ht.
5-6
5-5
5-3
5-6
5-6
5-6
5-4
5-3
5-8
5-8
5-8
5-9
5-9
5-4
5-9
5-4
5-3
5-9
5-8
5-9
5-2
5-4
5-2
5-3
Hometown
Wayne, Pa.
Chester Springs, Pa.
Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Mount Laurel, N.J.
Moorestown, N.J.
Lansdale, Pa.
Wynnewood, Pa.
Collingswood, N.J.
Folsom, Pa.
Berlin, N.J.
Cherry Hill, N.J.
Kennett Square, Pa.
Fairless Hills, Pa.
Red Bank, N.J.
Berwyn, Pa.
Aurora, Colo.
Springfield, Pa.
Southampton, N.J.
Southampton, N.J.
Baltimore, Md.
Southampton, N.J.
Fort Washington, Pa.
Pottstown, Pa.
Ridley, Pa.
High School
Radnor
The Hill School
Southside
Lenape
Moorestown
Germantown Academy
Friends’ Central
Collingswood
Ridley
Eastern
Cherry Hill East
Wilmington Friends (Del.)
Conwell-Egan
Red Bank Catholic
Conestoga
Smokey Hill
Springfield
Holy Cross
Holy Cross
The Hill School (Pa.)
Lenape
Upper Dublin
Pottstown
Ridley
Roster
Alphabetical Roster
No.
11
13
8
6
10
31
21
23
36
20
7
9
27
32
18
5
14
3
19
22
4
2
1
17
Name
Nicole Caniglia
Johna Capaldo
Lauren Carey
Nicole Cataldo
Casey Cech
Jessica Chadwin
Andrea DeSabato
Allison Frengs
Patty Glavin
Caitlin Gregory
Brittney Hoffman
Corey Leader
Stephanie McGinley
Bridget McMullan
Lindsey McMullen
Janell Myers
Brittany Piotti
Hillary Richards
Whitney Richards
Berkley Summerlin
Lindsay Wells
Kelly Yemm
Dawn Yergey
Katie Yori
Pos.
A
A
D
M
M
D
A
M
A
GK
A
A
D
GK
D
A
M
M
M
M
D
A
D
M
Yr.
So.
Jr.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
So.
So.
Fr.
So.
So.
So.
So.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Head Coach: Jennifer Ulehla (Maryland ‘91) - 2nd season
Assistant Coach: B.J. Lucey (Penn State ‘03) - 2nd season
Assistant Coach: Jen Valore (James Madison ‘00) - 2nd season
Assistant Coach: Mindy Leher (James Madison ‘01) - 1st season
4
Nicole Caniglia
So. • A • 5-6
Wayne, Pa.
Radnor
11
2005: Saw action in six games as a freshman...Scooped
up five groundballs and had two caused
turnovers...HIGH SCHOOL: Member of Radnor
High School team which was ranked in the top 15 in
the nation from 2002-04 and was Pennsylvania State
Champion in 2001 and 2003...Named All-Delco and
All-Central League during senior season...Garnered
Second Team All-Delco honors in field hockey in
2001 and Honorable Mention in 2004...Also played
basketball, earning Honorable Mention All-Central
League honors in 2004...PERSONAL: Major is
finance and real estate.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2005
6-0
Totals
6-0
G
0
0
A
0
0
PTS
0
0
SH
0
0
GB
5
5
DC
0
0
CT
2
2
Johna Capaldo
Jr. • A • 5-5
Chester Springs, Pa.
The Hill School
13
6
2005: Played and started in 16 games, registering one
goal and one assist...Led Temple with 39 groundballs
and had eight caused turnovers...Earned 15 draw controls...Netted lone goal and scooped up four groundballs in 9-8 win over Duquesne (4/22)...Named to
IWLCA National Honor Roll...2004: Named to
Atlantic 10 All-Conference team...Was fourth on the
team in scoring with 28 goals and nine assists for 37
points...Second on team in groundballs with 44…Had
21 caused turnovers in 19 starts...Scored seven of
Owls' 12 goals vs. Massachusetts (4/18)...Netted four
goals vs. Saint Joseph's (4/4) and LaSalle
(4/16)...2003: Started all 19 games for the
Owls...Scored six goals and had four assists for 10
points...Also had 35 ground balls, 12 caused turnovers
and 13 draw controls...HIGH SCHOOL: Played
three years of lacrosse...Second team All-Olympic
Conference as a sophomore and junior...Second
Team All-South Jersey as a senior...Participated in
Senior All-Star Game and North/South All-Star
Game...PERSONAL: Major is kinesiology.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2003
19-19
2004
19-19
2005
16-16
Totals 54-54
G
6
28
1
35
A
4
9
1
14
PTS
10
37
2
49
SH
21
59
5
85
GB
35
45
39
119
DC
13
28
15
56
CT
12
23
8
43
Player Profiles
2005: Started all 17 games in the Owl midfield...Was
fifth on the team in scoring, netting 14 goals and two
assists for 16 points...Had 18 groundballs and five
caused turnovers...Won six of 10 draw
controls...Scored two goals vs. Colgate (3/5) and #3
Princeton (4/6)...2004: Scored 20 goals and dished 11
assists for 30 points...Had seven caused turnovers in
17 starts...Was second on the team in groundballs
(45)...Tallied seven points vs. Saint Joseph's (4/4) with
five goals and two assists...Netted three goals and had
two assists vs. LaSalle (4/16)...HIGH SCHOOL:
Played four seasons of lacrosse...Was named an honorable mention All American in 2002 and 2003...Was
named to the All-MAPL first team in 2001, 2002 and
2003...Also named to the All-Area first team in 2002
and 2003...Also played four seasons of field hockey...PERSONAL: Major is marketing.
Nicole Cataldo
Sr. • M • 5-6
Mount Laurel, N.J.
Lenape
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2004
19-17
2005
17-17
Totals 36-34
G
20
14
34
A
11
2
13
PTS
31
16
47
SH
52
42
94
GB
45
18
63
DC
11
6
17
CT
7
5
12
Junior Johna Capaldo
5
Casey Cech
Jr. • M • 5-6
Moorestown, Pa.
Moorestown
10
2005: Started in all 17 games for Temple, ranking fourth
on the squad in scoring with 15 goals and six assists for
21 points...Earned 21 draw controls...Named to
Atlantic 10 All-Championship Team after scoring two
goals against Richmond in semifinals (5/6)...Caused
five turnovers and earned 26 groundballs...Dished two
assists and netted one goal at Lafayette (4/13)...Scored
two goals and had one assist in last two regular season
games vs. UMass (4/29) and GW (5/1)...2004: Started
in all 19 games as a freshman...Scored 20 goals and
dished 11 assists...Caused 15 turnovers...Netted three
goals vs. Old Dominion (3/36)...Tallied two goals and
one assist vs. St. Bonaventure (4/9) and Delaware
(4/21)...HIGH SCHOOL: Played four seasons of
lacrosse under head coach Deanna Knobloch...Helped
lead her team to four State Championships...Was
named an honorable mention All-American in
2003...Was named to the National League first team in
2003...Also played three seasons of field hockey...PERSONAL: Major is broadcasting, telecommunications,
and mass media.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2004
19-19
2005
17-17
Totals 36-36
G
20
15
35
A
11
6
17
PTS
31
21
52
SH
44
39
83
GB
27
26
53
DC
22
21
43
CT
15
5
20
Jessica Chadwin
Jr. • D • 5-6
Lansdale, Pa.
Germantown Academy
Player Profiles
31
6
2005: Voted All-American by the Jewish Sports
Review...Started all 17 games for the second straight season...Caused nine turnovers...Scooped up 24 groundballs...2004: Started in 17 games as a freshman defender...Had 19 caused turnovers...Scooped up 35 groundballs...HIGH SCHOOL: Played three seasons of
lacrosse...Was an all-league honorable mention selection...Also played five seasons of soccer and four seasons of basketball...Was named to the all-league first
team twice...PERSONAL: Major is kinesiology.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2004
19-17
2005
17-17
Totals 36-36
G
0
0
0
A
0
0
0
PTS
0
0
0
SH
1
0
1
GB
35
24
49
DC
3
6
9
CT
19
9
28
Allison Frengs
Jr. • M • 5-3
Collingswood, N.J.
Collingswood
23
2005: Named Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of the
Year and First Team All-Atlantic 10...Named
IWLCA/US Lacrosse Regional All-American after
leading Temple in scoring with 46 goals and seven
assists for 53 points...Was second in caused turnovers
(16)...Also finished among the team leaders in
groundballs (30) and draw controls (21)...Had eight
games where she scored at least four goals...Scored
season-high six goals against Saint Joseph's
(4/8)...Selected to womenslacrosse.com Honor Roll for
week ending May 5...Netted game-winning overtime
goal vs. GW (5/1) to give Temple its seventh-straight
regular season title and a #1 seed in the A-10
Tournament...Also netted game-winners against
Colgate (3/5) and UMass (4/29)...2004: Started all 19
games as a freshman attacker...Named to Atlantic 10
All-Championship Team...Finished third on the team
in scoring with 30 goals and 10 assists for 40
points...Scored three game-winning goals...Netted
five goals, including game-winner in overtime vs.
Duquesne in A-10 title game (5/8)...Tallied one goal
and one assist vs. Maryland in first round of NCAA
Tournament...Totaled seven points vs. La Salle with
six goals and one assist (4/16)...Two-time A-10 Player
of the Week...HIGH SCHOOL: Played four seasons of lacrosse under head coach Stephanie
Lamania...Also played four seasons of soccer and
basketball...PERSONAL: Major is finance.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2004
19-19
2005
17-17
Totals 36-36
G
30
46
76
A
10
7
17
PTS
40
53
93
SH
66
73
139
GB
25
30
55
DC
12
23
35
CT
12
16
28
Patty Glavin
Jr. • A • 5-8
Folsom, Pa.
Ridley
36
2005: Served as team captain and finished second on
the team in scoring with 33 goals and six assists for 39
points...Named IWLCA/US Lacrosse Regional AllAmerican...Voted First Team All-A-10...Made 11 of
14 free position shots to rank her third in the conference in free position goals per game (.650)...Selected
to second straight A-10 All-Championship Team
after leading the Owls with two goals in semifinals
against Richmond...Had eight multiple-goal
games...Scored three of the Owls' six goals, including
the game-winning goal, against then #2 Penn State,
launching Temple into the Top 20 for the first time in
three years...Rewarded with National Player of the
Week honors...Tallied five goals in the 9-8 win over
Duquesne (4/22), handing the Dukes their only loss
in A-10 play...Racked up 24 groundballs, nine draw
controls and three caused turnovers...2004: Medical
redshirt..2003: Started all 19 games for the
Owls...Ranked third on the team and sixth in the
Atlantic 10 in goals (39) and points (50)...Named
Most Outstanding Player of the Atlantic 10
Championship after scoring eight goals and four
assists in wins over St. Bonaventure and
Massachusetts...Twice named Atlantic 10 Rookie of
the Week....HIGH SCHOOL: Played four years of
lacrosse...State Champion runner-up as a
senior...Second team All-Delaware County and second team All-Central as a freshman and sophomore...First team All-Delaware County and first team
All-Central as a junior and senior...Honorable mention All-American and Academic All-American as a
senior...PERSONAL: Major is civil engineering.
Caitlin Gregory
So. • GK • 5-8
Berlin, N.J.
Eastern
20
2005: Played in two games as a back-up freshman goalkeeper...Earned nine saves and allowed 15
goals...Caused one turnover and scooped up two
groundballs...HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time first team
all-conference member...Served as team captain and
was selected team MVP during senior season at
Eastern...Garnered Philadelphia Inquirer Rookie of the
Year honor after sophomore season...All-State Second
Team selection in 2004...Named to All-South Jersey
First Team in 2004, Second Team in 2003 and
Honorable Mention in 2002...Was Lacrosse Club of
South Jersey Goalie of the Year last season...PERSONAL: Major is curriculum instruction and technology in education.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year
2005
Totals
GP-GS
2-0
2-0
Min.
70:30
70:30
Sv
15
15
GA
15
15
SvPct
.375
.375
GAA
12.77
12.77
CAREER STATISTICS
G
39
33
72
A
PTS
SH
11
50
83
Medical Redshirt
6
39
76
17
89
159
GB
37
DC
17
CT
23
24
61
9
26
3
26
Player Profiles
Year GP-GS
2003
19-19
2004
2005
17-17
Totals 36-36
Junior Casey Cech
7
Corey Leader
Sr. • A • 5-9
Kennett Square, Pa.
Wilmington Friends (Del.)
9
2005: Played in all 17 games, starting six...Had third best
total on the team in scoring, netting 26 goals and dishing six assists for 32 points...Scooped up 23 groundballs...Had four draw controls and four caused
turnovers...Scored two goals in A-10 semifinal loss to
Richmond (5/6)...Netted a career-high five goals at
Lafayette (4/13)...Posted a four goal performance
against La Salle (3/30)...Netted three goals in the overtime win against GW (5/1)...2004: Started in 15 of 18
games...Ranked second on the team in scoring with 40
goals and 20 assists for 60 points...Earned A-10 AllChampionship honors...Caused 12 turnovers...Named
Atlantic 10 Player of the Week (4/26)...Earned eight
points with four goals and four assists vs. Massachusetts
(4/18)...Had four goals and three assists vs. Lafayette
(4/14) and St. Bonaventure (4/9)..2003: Saw action in
eight games as a reserve...HIGH SCHOOL: Played
four years of lacrosse...Honorable mention all-state as a
junior...First team all-state as a senior...Team captain
and led team in scoring as a senior...Starter in the Blue
& White All-Star Game...PERSONAL: Major is sports
and recreation management.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2003
8-0
2004
18-15
2005
17-6
Totals 43-21
G
1
40
26
67
A
0
20
6
26
PTS
1
60
32
93
SH
4
84
59
147
GB
2
34
23
59
DC
0
21
4
25
CT
0
12
4
16
Player Profiles
Bridget McMullan
So. • GK • 5-4
Red Bank, N.J.
Red Bank Catholic
8
32
2005: Saw action in one game and allowed two
goals...HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time All-Shore
Honorable Mention...Served as team captain during senior season, leading Red Bank Catholic to Shore
Conference Semifinals...Played club lacrosse for TriState Lacrosse...Also competed in swimming...Swim
team was four-time Monmouth County Champion and
State Champion in 2002...PERSONAL: Major is art.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year
2005
Totals
GP-GS
1-0
1-0
Min.
12:00
12:00
Sv
0
0
GA
2
2
SvPct
.000
.000
GAA
10.00
10.00
Lindsey McMullen
So. • D • 5-9
Berwyn, Pa.
Conestoga
18
2005: Played in three games...Grabbed one groundball...HIGH SCHOOL: Earned All-America honors
during senior season...Led team to Pennsylvania PIAAA
State Title in 2002 and 2004...Also played soccer...Fouryear Honor Roll and Student Council member...PERSONAL: Major is kinesiology.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2005
3-0
Totals
3-0
G
0
0
A
0
0
PTS
0
0
SH
0
0
GB
1
1
DC
0
0
CT
0
0
Brittany Piotti
So. • M • 5-3
Springfield, Pa.
Springfield
14
2005: Played in 14 games, starting four...Scooped up
five groundballs and caused five turnovers...Had two
draw controls...HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time AllCentral League honoree...Led Springfield to a
Pennsylvania State title, a #5 national ranking and
the Central League title in 2004...Garnered
Honorable Mention All-American honors...Named
MVP of 2004 State Championship...Earned First
Team All-Delaware County and First Team All-News
of Delaware County in 2004 and Second Team AllDelaware County and Second Team All-News of
Delaware County in 2003...First Team All-News of Delco
and Central League Award winner in field
hockey...Member of Pennsylvania All-Academic
Squad...PERSONAL: Major is curriculum instruction and technology in education.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2005
14-4
Totals
14-4
G
0
0
A
0
0
PTS
0
0
SH
0
0
GB
5
5
DC
2
2
CT
5
5
Hillary Richards
So. • M • 5-9
Southampton, N.J.
Holy Cross
3
2005: Started in 16 games as a freshman
defender...Dished three assists...Led the team in draw
controls (35) and was fourth on the team in groundballs...Caused 14 turnovers...HIGH SCHOOL:
Scored 257 goals in four years...Was New Jersey's
leading scorer during senior season, netting 96
goals...Named First Team All-League, All-County
and All-South Jersey and Senior All-Star for South
Jersey and entire state of New Jersey...Tallied 100th
goal and earned First Team All-League and County
honors in 2003...Also garnered Second-Team AllState and South Jersey awards in 2003 and Second
Team All-League and All-County in 2002...Was
South Jersey's leading Freshman Scorer in 2001, after
scoring 48 goals...Also earned First Team All-League,
All-County and All-South Jersey honors in field
hockey and basketball...PERSONAL: Twin sister
Whitney is also a sophomore on this year's
squad...Major is finance.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2005
16-16
Totals 16-16
G
0
0
A
3
3
PTS
3
3
SH
2
2
GB
32
32
DC
35
35
CT
14
14
Whitney Richards
So. • M • 5-8
Southampton, N.J.
Holy Cross
19
2005: Started 14 of 16 games as a freshman midfielder...Was Temple's leader in assists, dishing 16
helpers...Netted five goals for 21 points...Tied for second on the team in groundballs, earning 36...Was third
on the squad in draw controls (24) and was fourth in
caused turnovers (12)...Voted to A-10 All
Championship Team after netting one goal and dishing
three assists in semifinal game against Richmond
(5/6)...Dished two assists in wins against UMass (4/29)
and La Salle (3/30)...Scored two goals and had two
assists in victory at Lafayette (4/13)...HIGH
SCHOOL: Three-time First Team All-Conference
honoree...Twice named Honorable Mention AllAmerican...Earned First Team All-State honors in
2004 and Second Team All-State in 2003...Two-year
member of First Team All-County and All-South
Jersey teams...Served as team captain and was elected
Holy Cross Team MVP in 2004…Holds Holy Cross
record for most points (130) and assists (83) in a season...Also played four years of basketball and field
hockey...Garnered Top Senior Female Athlete
Award...Named First Team All-Conference, AllCounty, All-South Jersey and All-State in field hockey...PERSONAL: Twin sister Hillary is also a sophomore on team...Major is business administration.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2005
16-14
Totals 16-14
G
5
5
A
16
16
PTS
21
21
SH
18
18
GB
36
36
DC
24
24
CT
12
12
Player Profiles
Sophomore Hillary Richards
Sophomore Whitney Richards
9
Berkley
Summerlin
So. • M • 5-9
Baltimore, Md.
The Hill School (Pa.)
22
2005: Started in 16 of 17 games played...Had eight
goals and eight assists for 16 points...Had 31 draw controls, the second-best total on the team...Had 27
groundballs and 14 caused turnovers...Scored first collegiate goal in loss to UNC (2/25)...Netted game-winning goal off of a free position shot at Duquesne
(4/22)...Had two goals in A-10 semifinal vs. Richmond
(5/6)...HIGH SCHOOL: Garnered Honorable
Mention All-America honors in 2004 after leading the
Hill School to a 14-2-1 record...Twice named First
Team Mercury News All-Area...Selected to First Team
All-Mid Atlantic Prep League (MAPL) in 2004 and
Honorable Mention All-MAPL in 2003...Also competed in field hockey...Earned Second Team All-Area and
Honorable Mention All-MAPL...PERSONAL: Major
is broadcast journalism.
Kelly Yemm
Jr. • A • 5-10
Fort Washington, Pa.
Upper Dublin
2
2005: Saw action in 11 games, starting in three...Scored
two goals for four points...Had nine groundballs, five
draw controls and one caused turnover...2004: Played
in 16 games, scoring one goal...Dished one
assist...HIGH SCHOOL: Played four seasons of
lacrosse...Was named to the all-league first team in
2001 and 2002...Also played three seasons of field
hockey...Named Best Athlete for Senior class in
2003...PERSONAL: Major is sports and recreation
management.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2004
16-4
2005
11-3
Totals
27-7
G
1
2
3
G
8
8
A
8
8
PTS
16
16
SH
31
31
GB
27
27
DC
31
31
CT
14
14
Lindsay Wells
So. • D • 5-2
Southampton, N.J.
Lenape
Player Profiles
4
10
2005: Started in 15 of 16 games as a freshman...Led
the Owls with 18 caused turnovers...Scooped up 19
groundballs and earned 10 draw controls...Took two
shots...HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year member of the
lacrosse and indoor track teams at Lenape High
School...Two time Second Team All-Olympic
Conference honoree...Was Lenape's leading scorer during junior season...Served as captain of soccer and
indoor track teams...Member of
Honors
Program...PERSONAL: Major is biology.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2005
16-15
Totals 16-15
G
0
0
A
0
0
PTS
0
0
SH
2
2
GB
19
19
DC
10
10
CT
18
18
PTS
2
2
4
SH
10
4
14
GB
19
9
28
Dawn Yergey
Sr. • D • 5-2
Pottstown, Pa.
Pottstown
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2005
17-16
Totals 17-16
A
1
0
1
DC
1
5
6
CT
0
1
1
1
2005: Played in two games and had one shot in her first
season as a field player...2004: Saw action in two games
as a reserve...Stopped seven shots and allowed eight
goals....Had six saves vs. Duquesne (3/20)...2002: Did
not participate...HIGH SCHOOL: Played four seasons of lacrosse...Named to the All PAC-10 second
team in 2001...Helped her team to a PAC-10
Championship in 2000...Also played four seasons of
field hockey and basketball...PERSONAL: Major is
broadcasting, telecommunications and mass media
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2005
2-0
Totals
2-0
Year
2004
Totals
GP-GS
2-0
2-0
G
0
0
A
0
0
Min.
59:10
59:10
PTS
0
0
Sv
7
7
SH
1
1
GA
13
13
GB
0
0
SvPct
.350
.350
DC
0
0
CT
0
0
GAA
13.18
13.18
Katie Yori
Jr. • M • 5-3
Ridley, Pa.
Ridley
17
2005: Played in 11 games, starting one...Scored seven
goals, two of which were free position shots...Scooped
up 12 groundballs...2004: Scored one goal and caused
one turnover...HIGH SCHOOL: Was All-Delco honorable mention in lacrosse and field hockey...Played four
seasons of field hockey, three seasons of basketball, one
season of track and cross country...PERSONAL: Major
is kinesiology.
CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS
2004
11-1
2005
11-1
Totals
22-2
G
1
7
8
A
0
0
0
PTS
1
7
8
SH
4
12
16
GB
5
12
17
DC
5
2
7
CT
1
2
3
Lauren Carey
Fr. • D • 5-3
Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Southside
8
HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner...Captained
team that went 10-5 during senior season and was
named team MVP...Voted All-County in 2005...Earned
All-County honors during junior season...Was team’s
Best Defender after leading a defense that went 15-1
during the season...Selected Rookie of the Year in 2003
as a sophomore...Played for Long Island Yellow Jackets
club team...Also participated in track and soccer...Part of
soccer team that won two New York State
Championships...PERSONAL: Major is psychology.
21
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner...Team captain as a senior...Was leading scorer and team MVP in
2005, leading team to an undefeated season and the
league championship...Also voted All-Main Line, First
Team All-League and Player of the Week that season...A
two-time All-League Honorable Mention...Team won
the league title in 2002...Also played on Pennsylvania
Area Women's Lacrosse League club team, which went
undefeated to the championship...Member of basketball
and soccer teams...PERSONAL: Major is undeclared.
7
HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time first team all-conference
selection at Cherry Hill East...Ended four-year career
with 108 career goals...Also was a first team all-conference performer in field hockey...PERSONAL: Major is
elementary education.
Stephanie
McGinley
Fr. • D • 5-9
Fairless Hills, Pa.
Conwell-Egan
27
HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year captain of lacrosse team
at Conwell Egan Catholic High School...Selected First
Team All-Catholic League and Second Team All-Bucks
County Golden Team in 2005...Named First Team AllCatholic League and Honorable Mention All Bucks
County Golden Teams in 2004...Also played basketball...Received the U.S. Marine Corp Distinguished
Athlete Award...PERSONAL: Major is art.
Janell Myers
Fr. • A • 5-4
Aurora, Colo.
Smokey Hill
5
HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year captain...Twice named
First Team All-Centennial League...Voted Second Team
All-Colorado in 2005...Was a High School All-American
in 2004...Selected All-Colorado and Smoky Hill team
MVP during junior season...Named Second Team AllCentennial League in 2003...Participated in senior all-star
game...Also played field hockey...PERSONAL: Major is
secondary education.
Profiles/Newcomers
Andrea DeSabato
Fr. • A • 5-5
Wynnewood, Pa.
Friends’ Central
Brittney Hoffman
Fr. • A • 5-8
Cherry Hill, N.J.
Cherry Hill East
11
of six goals came against Saint Joseph's on April 8.
Junior Patty Glavin was the second half of the Owl
offensive tandem, scoring 33 goals and
dishing six assists for 39 points. An
IWLCA/US Lacrosse Regional
All-American and First Team AllA-10 selection, Glavin was selected
to her second A-10 AllChampionship Team after leading the
Owls with two goals in the semifinal against
Richmond. She was also rewarded with
National Player of the Week honors after
scoring three of the Owls’ six goals, including the game-winner against then #2 Penn
State and launching Temple into the Top 20
for the first time in three years.
Nicole Cataldo, Casey Cech and Whitney
Richards were strong in the Temple midfield,
with Cech and Richards earning spots on the 2005
A-10 All-Tournament Team. Cech scored two goals in
the Conference semifinal and Richards, Temple's leading
playmaker with 16 assists, had one goal and three helpers
in the loss to Richmond.
Cataldo led the squad with 39 groundballs, had eight
caused turnovers and was selected to the IWLCA's
National Academic Honor Roll. Freshman Hillary
Richards earned 35 draw controls, becoming a major
contributor to Temple’s 61.5% face-off percentage, the
second best percentage in the A-10.
Defensively, the Owls were just as strong. As a
team, the squad was ranked third in the A-10 in save percentage (46%) and goals against average (9.91). Goalie
Megan McLouth was the anchor of the defense, stopping 128 shots for a 47.1% save percentage. McLouth
was named First Team All-Atlantic 10 for the first time
in her career. Freshman Lindsay Wells led the team with
18 caused turnovers, while McLouth caused 11.
Year in Review
In her first season at the helm, head coach Jenny
Ulehla returned the Temple women's lacrosse team to
national prominence, leading the Owls to a 10-7 overall
record, a #16 national ranking and a 6-1 mark in the
Atlantic 10. Temple captured a share of its seventh
straight A-10 regular season title and earned a Top 20
ranking for the first time since the 2002 season after
upsetting #2 Penn State and defeating Old Dominion in
an incredible come-from-behind overtime win. TU
advanced to the A-10 Tournament but fell
to eventual champion Richmond, 11-10,
in a close match that saw four lead
changes and four ties.
Though the young Owls were
unable to make it to the A-10 final for
the first time in school history, the
team produced numerous individual
accolades. Sophomore Allison Frengs
was voted the Atlantic 10 Offensive
Player of the Year and earned a spot on
the All-Conference First Team after
leading Temple with 46 goals and
seven assists for 53 points. She was
also named an IWLCA/US Lacrosse
Regional All-American and to the
womenslacrosse.com Honor Roll for
the week ending May 5.
Frengs was second in caused
turnovers (16) and finished
among the team leaders in
groundballs (30) and draw
controls (21). The sophomore often times led the
Temple offensive charge,
having eight games where
Megan
she scored at least four
McLouth
goals. Her season-high
Captains Megan McLouth, Patty Glavin and Megan Condon accept Temple’s 2005 A-10 regular season championship trophy.
12
2005 Temple Women’s Lacrosse Results
Record: 10-7 Home: 5-4 Away: 5-3 Atlantic 10: 6-1
#
23
36
9
10
19
13
22
29
17
3
2
6
4
1
31
24
20
18
14
11
00
Name ....................GP-GS
Frengs, Allison ...........17-17
Glavin, Patty ...............17-17
Leader, Corey ..............17-6
Cech, Casey.................17-17
Richards, Whitney......16-14
Capaldo, Johna ...........17-17
Summerlin, Berkley ...17-16
Condon, Megan ..........14-9
Yori, Katie....................11-1
Richards, Hillary.........16-16
Yemm, Kelly ................11-3
Cataldo, Nicole...........16-16
Wells, Lindsay .............16-15
Yergey, Dawn................2-0
Chadwin, Jessica.........17-17
Deitch, Jennifer ............3-1
Gregory, Caitlin............2-0
McMullen, Lindsey ......3-0
Piotti, Brittany .............14-4
Canglia, Nicole .............6-0
McLouth, Megan .......17-17
Total ..........................17
Opponents ................17
G
46
33
26
15
5
14
8
6
7
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
163
161
A
7
6
6
6
16
2
8
6
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
61
61
#
00
32
20
Name....................GP-GS Min
McLouth, Megan ......17-17 952:30
McMullan, Bridget ......1-0
12:00
Gregory, Caitlin ...........2-0
70:30
Total .........................17
1035:00
Opponents................17
1035:00
Pts Sh Shot%
53 73 .630
39 76 .434
32 59 .441
21 39 .385
21 18 .278
16 42 .333
16 31 .258
12 29 .207
7
12 .583
3
2 .000
2
4 .500
2
5 .200
0
2 .000
0
1 .000
0
0 .000
0
0 .000
0
0 .000
0
0 .000
0
0 .000
0
0 .000
0
0 .000
224 393 .415
222 363 .444
GA
144
2
15
161
163
SOG SOG% GW FPG-FPS GB DC T/O CT Fouls
49
.671 3
7-6
30 23 24 16 20
38
.500 3
11-14 24
9
32 3 12
33
.559 0
5-2
23
4
19 4
8
21
.538 0
3-2
26 21 13 5 12
12
.667 1
0-2
36 24 24 12 17
20
.476 0
3-4
18
6
22 5
2
14
.452 1
1-5
27 31 31 14 46
8
.276 1
2-1
7
1
7
5
3
6
.500 0
2-2
12
2
12 2
3
0
.000 0
0-0
32 35 12 14 18
2
.500 0
0-0
9
5
5
1
1
2
.400 0
1-2
39 15 19 8 21
1
.500 0
0-0
19 10
8 18 19
0
.000 0
0-0
0
0
0
0
1
0
.000 0
0-0
24
6
7
9
7
0
.000 0
0-0
2
1
0
2
1
0
.000 0
0-0
2
0
0
1
0
0
.000 0
0-0
1
0
0
0
0
0
.000 0
0-1
5
2
3
5
7
0
.000 0
0-0
5
0
2
2
0
0
.000 0
0-0
36
0
9 11
1
206
.524 9
35-41 377 195 249 137 209
188
.518 4
20-33 333 150 246 146 249
GAA Saves Pct
9.07 128 .471
10.00
0
.000
12.77
9
.375
9.33 137 .460
9.73 157 .491
W
10
0
0
10
7
L
7
0
0
7
10
T
0
0
0
0
0
2005 Statistics
The 2005 women’s lacrosse team at the Atlantic 10 Tournament banquet.
13
Atlantic 10
14
On March 2, 1975, the idea of
what is now the Atlantic 10
Conference was conceived. What
started as an eight-school, men’s basketball-only affiliation has grown into
a 14-university, 21-sport league that is
universally hailed as one of the best
conferences in the country.
That growth and prominence is a
direct result of the ideals and commitments of the member institutions
of the Atlantic 10. The University of
Dayton, Duquesne University,
Fordham University, The George
Washington University, La Salle
University,
University
of
Massachusetts, University of Rhode
Island, University of Richmond, St.
Bonaventure
University,
Saint
Joseph's
University,
Temple
University, and Xavier University
have formed the foundation of the
Atlantic 10 - a foundation which is
further strengthened this season with
the additions of the University of
North Carolina at Charlotte and Saint
Louis University.
In 2005-06, the Atlantic 10
Conference celebrates it’s 30th
anniversary
season.
Although
anniversaries are a good time to
reflect, this anniversary is a celebration of the future as much as the past.
“It is with pride that we look back
at our accomplishments and see how
far this league has truly come,” says
A-10 commissioner Linda Bruno,
who begins her 12th season at the
helm of the league— the longest
tenure of any commissioner in the
Conference’s history. “More importantly, however, the additions of
Charlotte and Saint Louis ensure that
the future is brighter than it has ever
been. We are adding two members
who will greatly enhance the national
profile of all our sports and expose
our programs to two new markets in
which our universities actively recruit.
The A-10 has never been as strong as
it is now.”
The Atlantic 10 Conference,
which spans eight states and the
District of Columbia with a total
population of almost 73 million people, will crown champions in 21
sports this season: baseball, men's
and women's basketball, men's and
women's cross country, field hockey,
men's golf, women’s lacrosse, men's
and women's indoor and outdoor
track & field, women's rowing, men's
and women's soccer, softball, men's
and women's swimming & diving,
men's and women's tennis, and
women's volleyball.
George Washington won its firstever men’s basketball title and represented the Atlantic 10 in the NCAA
Tournament. Saint Joseph’s and
Temple also earned postseason bids
with the Hawks reaching the final of
the National Invitation Tournament.
In women’s basketball, the A-10 sent
four teams to the postseason as
Temple earned the automatic bid by
winning its second consecutive
Atlantic 10 championship. The Owls
were joined by George Washington
and Richmond, marking the 11th
time in the last 12 years that the A-10
has sent multiple teams to the NCAA
Women’s Basketball Tournament.
Rhode Island won its first-ever
A-10 baseball championship and
earned its first NCAA berth; in field
hockey, Richmond, which was ranked
as high as 10th nationally, went
unbeaten in Conference play for the
second straight year in advancing to
the NCAAs; Xavier took the league’s
automatic berth to the NCAA Men’s
Golf Tournament, where it was
joined by Rhode Island; and
Richmond won its first A-10 lacrosse
title and the bid to the NCAAs.
The Massachusetts women’s rowing team won its 10th straight A-10
title, setting a league record for the
most consecutive tournament championships won by any team in any
sport. UMass also won the ECAC
title; George Washington advanced to
the second round of the NCAA
Men’s Soccer Tournament; Dayton
lost in overtime in its NCAA
women’s
soccer
opener;
Massachusetts won its 17th A-10
softball title to advance to the
NCAAs; Richmond represented the
A-10 in the NCAA men’s and
women’s tennis tournaments; and
Dayton won the Conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Volleyball
Tournament.
In all, 374 teams have represented
the Atlantic 10 Conference in postseason play since the 1976-77 season.
Atlantic 10 Conference
230 South Broad Street, Suite 1700
Philadelphia, PA 19102
(215) 545-6678
Fax: (215) 545-3342
www.atlantic10.org
Commissioner:
Linda Bruno
Associate Commissioner:
Steve Hurlbut
Assistant Commissioner:
Mitchell Kendall
Asst. Commissioner/Compliance:
Jackie Campbell
Asst. Commissioner/Corporate
Sponsorships:
Jeff Long
Asst. Commissioner/Public
Relations:
Ray Cella
Director of Championships:
Celene McGowan
Assoc. Director of
Communications:
Stephen Haug
Assoc. Director of
Communications:
AnnMarie Person
Assistant Director of
Sponsorships:
Karl Mawhinney
Coord. of Television Operations:
Dan Williams
Assistant to the Commissioner:
Charisse Davidson
Finance Assistant:
Marybeth Chartier
Compliance Assistant:
Jamie Braunwarth
Coordinator of Men’s Basketball
Officials:
Jim Satalin
Coordinator of Women’s
Basketball/Field Hockey
Officials:
Marie Koch
Assignor of Softball/Soccer
Officials:
Nick Cinquanto
Assignor of Volleyball Officials:
Bill Stevens
Assignor of Baseball Officials:
Nick Zibelli
Receptionist:
Ginette Gilbert
2005 FINAL STANDINGS
Conference
Team ....................W L Pct.
1. Temple*.............6
1
.857
Duquesne* ...........6
1
.857
3. G. Washington.....5
2
.714
Richmond^...........5
2
.714
5. La Salle..................2
5
.286
St. Bonaventure ...2
5
.286
7. Massachusetts.......1
6
.143
Saint Joseph’s .......1
6
.143
W
10
13
13
9
9
10
5
5
2005 ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM
Overall
L Pct.
7 .588
4 .765
5 .722
8 .529
8 .529
6 .625
12 .294
10 .333
*Atlantic 10 Regular Season Co-Champions;
^ Atlantic 10 Tournament Champion
2005 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM
First Team
Emily Bonczek
Kelly Chevez
Patty Glavin
Laura Hostetler
Kelly Mulford
Ginger Flocco
Allison Frengs
Courtney Gibbons
Kristen Habicht
Erin Berry
Krista Mann
Stacie Pollock
Kat Prokop
Kristin St. Hillaire
Megan McLouth
Sarah Pacini
School
Pos.
La Salle
A
St. Bonaventure A
Temple
A
G. Washington
A
Duquesne
A
Duquesne
M
Temple
M
St. Bonaventure M
Richmond
M
G. Washington
D
Duquesne
D
Duquesne
D
La Salle
D
Massachusetts
D
Temple
GK
Duquesne
GK
Cl.
Fr.
Sr.
So.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Offensive Player of the Year: Allison Frengs, TU
Defensive Player of the Year: Erin Berry, GW
Rookie of the Year: Emily Bonczek, La Salle
Coach of the Year: Chrissy Lombard, GW
Player
Andrew Bell
Laura App
Erin Berry
Ginger Flocco
Jenny Heisler
Kate Henwood
Krista Mann
Heidi Mayer
Kelly Mulford
Jackie Nesbitt
Sarah Pacini
Kat Prokop
School
Duquesne
Duquesne
G. Washington
Duquense
G. Washington
La Salle
Duquesne
G. Washington
Duquesne
Massachusetts
Duquesne
La Salle
Cl.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Student Athlete of the Year: Sarah Pacini, Duquesne
2005 FINAL STATISTICS
GOALS
Player .........................................GP
1. BONCZEK, Emily-LAS .............17
2. FLOCCO, Ginger-DUQ..............17
3. HOSTETLER, Laura-GW ..........18
O'CONNELL, Kerry-SJU ...........15
5. FRENGS, Allison-TU ............17
G
57
54
54
45
46
Avg./G
3.35
3.18
3.00
3.00
2.71
ASSISTS
Player .........................................GP
1. CHEVEZ, Kelly-SBU ..................16
2. HOSTETLER, Laura-GW ..........18
3. MOTONDO, Nicole-SBU ..........10
4. FLOCCO, Ginger-DUQ..............17
5. CONNERTY, Kerri-UM .............16
A
30
25
12
20
17
Avg./G
1.88
1.39
1.20
1.18
1.06
POINTS
Player .........................................GP
1. HOSTETLER, Laura-GW ..........18
2. FLOCCO, Ginger-DUQ..............17
3. CHEVEZ, Kelly-SBU ..................16
4. MOTONDO, Nicole-SBU ..........10
5. BONCZEK, Emily-LAS .............17
GAA
Player...........................................G
1. GARMAN, Caitlin-GW ...............15
2. PACINI, Sarah-DUQ ...................17
3. McLOUTH, Megan-TU.........17
4. PRESTON, Eboni-SBU...............12
5. SWANSBURG, Jackie-UR ...........17
G
54
54
31
25
57
GA
100
132
144
75
171
GA
75
132
144
100
182
A
25
20
30
12
4
Pts.
79
74
61
37
61
Avg.
4.39
4.35
3.81
3.70
3.59
SV PCT.
113 .531
149 .530
128 .471
66 .468
140 .450
Min GAA
619:46 7.26
1034:00 7.66
892:39 9.68
611:27 9.81
990:28 11.03
A-10 Statistics
SAVE PCT.
Player...........................................G
1. PRESTON, Eboni-SBU...............12
2. PACINI, Sarah-DUQ ...................17
3. McLOUTH, Megan-TU.........17
4. GARMAN, Caitlin-GW ...............15
5. HUFF, Courtney-SJU ...................15
Allison Frengs accepting the Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of
the Year award.
Pos.
F
M
D
M
M
M
D
A
A
M
GK
D
15
Year
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
Totals
Overall
W L T
1 4 0
4 3 0
6 3 0
6 3 0
11 6 0
12 5 0
12 7 0
16 2 1
12 2 3
16 2 0
17 1 0
15 3 0
16 1 0
19 0 0
14 3 0
12 4 0
5 8 0
11 5 0
9 6 0
6 9 0
11 4 0
11 5 0
14 3 0
14 5 0
8 11 0
9 9 0
13 6 0
14 5 0
13 6 0
11 8 0
10 7 0
348 146 4
Pct.
.200
.571
.667
.667
.647
.706
.632
.868
.794
.889
.944
.833
.941
1.000
.812
.785
.385
.688
.600
.400
.733
.688
.823
.737
.421
.500
.684
.737
.684
.579
.588
.704
Conference
W L
T
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
5
0
0
5
1
0
5
0
0
7
0
0
7
0
0
6
1
0
6
1
0
41
3
0
Place
1st
T-1st
1st
1st
1st
T-1st
T-1st
Coach
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Tina Sloan Green
Kim Ciarrocca
Kim Ciarrocca
Kim Ciarrocca
Kim Ciarrocca
Kim Ciarrocca
Kim Ciarrocca
Kim Ciarrocca
Kim Ciarrocca
Kim Ciarrocca
Kim Ciarrocca
Kim Ciarrocca
Kim Ciarrocca
Jenny Ulehla
Postseason
NCAA Runner-up
NCAA National Champion
NCAA Semifinals
NCAA Semifinals
NCAA Runner-up
NCAA National Champion
NCAA Semifinals
NCAA Semifinals
NCAA Tournament
NCAA Tournament
NCAA Semifinals
NCAA Semifinals
Atlantic 10 Runner-up
Atlantic 10 Runner-up
Atlantic 10 Champion/NCAA Tourn.
Atlantic 10 Champion/NCAA Tourn.
Atlantic 10 Champion/NCAA Tourn.
Atlantic 10 Champion/NCAA Tourn.
Atlantic 10 Tournament
TEMPLE IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT
1983: NCAA Runner-up
Temple 16, Princeton 6
Temple 10, Massachusetts 4
Delaware 10, Temple 7
Record Book
1984: National Champion
Temple 16, Northwestern 7
Temple 13, Delaware 3
Temple 6, Maryland 4
16
1985: NCAA Semifinalist
New Hampshire 7, Temple 3
1986: NCAA Semifinalist
Temple 8, New Hampshire 5
Penn State 8, Temple 7
1987: NCAA Runner-up
Temple 9, New Hampshire 8
Penn State 7, Temple 6
1988: National Champion
Temple 13, Harvard 8
Temple 15, Penn State 7
1998: NCAA Semifinalist
Temple 17, Duke 10
North Carolina 11, Temple 10
1989: NCAA Semifinalist
Temple 11, Lafayette 5
Penn State 3, Temple 1
2001: NCAA First Round
Duke 17, Temple 3
1990: NCAA Semifinalist
Temple 9, Penn State 4
Harvard 13, Temple 7
1992: NCAA First Round
Princeton 11, Temple 6
1995: NCAA First Round
Princeton 14, Temple 8
1997: NCAA Semifinalist
Temple 17, James Madison 10
Maryland 9, Temple 6
2002: NCAA First Round
Virginia 20, Temple 8
2003: NCAA First Round
Maryland 26, Temple 6
2004: NCAA First Round
Maryland 22, Temple 4
ALL-ATLANTIC 10
Year
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
Player .....................Pos.
Allison Frengs ...........M
Megan McLouth.........GK
Patty Glavin................A
Maria Carpenter .............D
Nicole Cataldo...........D
Tiffany Pulaski ...............M
Alli Demas ......................D
Sheena Oommen........GK
Tiffany Pulaski................A
Deanna Radcliffe............A
Jessica Yemm..................M
Noelle Cebron ................A
Liz Frengs .......................M
Robin Keevan ................M
Alayna Tyson ..................D
Shelly Wosczyna.............D
Alli Demas ......................D
Liz Frengs .......................D
Jennifer Jefferson ...........A
Sheena Oommen........GK
Kelly Ruch.......................A
Amy Stein........................D
Iris Alvarado................GK
Jennifer Jefferson ...........D
Jessica Larkin..................D
Nicole Ross .....................A
Kelly Ruch.......................A
A-10 ALL-TOURNAMENT
Year
2005
Player .....................Pos.
Patty Glavin................A
Casey Cech................M
Whitney Richards......M
2004 Tiffany Pulaski* .............M
Allison Frengs ............A
Corey Leader.............M
Megan McLouth.........GK
2003 Patty Glavin* ..............A
Tiffany Pulaski ...............M
Deanna Radcliffe............A
Jessica Yemm..................M
2002 Liz Frengs* .....................M
Noelle Cebron ................A
Robin Keevan ................M
Shelly Wosczyna.............D
2001 Liz Frengs* .....................M
Alli Demas ......................D
Jennifer Jefferson...........M
Tiffany Pulaski ...............M
2000 Kelly Ruch* .....................A
Iris Alvarado................GK
Liz Frengs .......................M
Amy Stein........................D
1999 Nicole Ross* ...................A
Iris Alvarado................GK
Robin Keevan ................A
Katie Malany ..................M
* Most Outstanding Player
ATLANTIC 10
OFF. PLAYER OF THE
YEAR
2005
2003
1999
Allison Frengs
Deanna Radcliffe
Nicole Ross
ATLANTIC 10
DEF. PLAYER OF THE
YEAR
2002
2001
Shelly Wosczyna
Alli Demas
ATLANTIC 10
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
1999
Jennifer Jefferson
ATLANTIC 10
COACH OF THE YEAR
2001
Kim Ciarrocca
Jefferson ‘02
Radcliffe ‘03
BRINE/IWLCA REGIONAL ALL-AMERICANS
Year
2005
2001
1999
1998
1997
Alli Demas ‘03
Year
1995
1994
1993
1990
1988
1986
Player ...................Team
Jennifer Edens ..............1st
Jennifer Edens ..............1st
Kelly Heydt ...................1st
Kerry Paul .....................1st
Jill Marple ......................1st
Denise Bourassa...........1st
Kathleen Barrett...........1st
Gail Cummings.............1st
Barb Bielicki..................1st
Jackie Devenney ...........1st
Mandee Moore .............1st
Chrissy Muller...............1st
Nicole Ross ‘99
Shelly Wosczyna ‘02
Allison Frengs ‘07
Honors & Awards
1996
Player ...................Team
Allison Frengs ..........1st
Patty Glavin ..............1st
Liz Frengs......................1st
Alli Demas.....................1st
Robin Keevan ...............1st
Kelly Ruch ...................2nd
Amy Stein ......................1st
Nicole Ross .................2nd
Alex Ovchinnikoff .......1st
Claudia Ovchinnikoff ..1st
Alex Ovchinnikoff .......1st
Claudia Ovchinnikoff ..1st
Jennifer Edens ..............1st
17
Gail Cummings ‘88 is Temple’s all-time leader
in points, goals and assists.
Kathleen Barrett ‘86 is a
two-time All-American.
All-Americans
BRINE/IWLCA ALL-AMERICANS
18
1984 Marie Schmuker .................1st
Barb Bielicki........................1st
Sharon Garber ..................2nd
Carol Schultz ....................HM
Sue Yeager.........................HM
Susan Shirk........................Hm
1985 Monica Mills .......................1st
Kathleen Barrett ................1st
Barb Bielicki........................1st
Chrissy Mueller ..................1st
Sue Yeager .........................2nd
1986 Kathleen Barrett ................1st
Barb Bielicki........................1st
Gail Cummings.................2nd
Jackie Devenney ...............2nd
Chrissy Mueller ................HM
1987 Gail Cummings ..................1st
Mandy Moore.....................1st
Chrissy Mueller ..................1st
Kim Lambdin ...................2nd
Kelly Grimm .....................2nd
1988 Kim Lambdin .....................1st
Gail Cummings ..................1st
Mandy Moore.....................1st
Kelly Grimm.......................1st
Denise Bourassa ...............2nd
Barbara Hick .....................2nd
1989 Deb Minzola.......................1st
Kelly Grimm.......................1st
Maria Doranda ...................1st
Vicki Yocum .......................1st
1990 Katie Clemmer ...................1st
Jane Catanzaro....................1st
Vicki Yocum .......................1st
Aaminda Thorton..............1st
Jill Marple ..........................2nd
Karen Meier......................HM
1991 Jane Catanzaro ..................2nd
Jill Marple ...........................3rd
1992 Kerry Paul .........................2nd
Kelly Heydt .......................2nd
1993 Kerry Paul ...........................1st
Kelly Heydt .......................2nd
1994 Jen Edens...........................2nd
Erinn Quinn......................2nd
Liz DesJardien ..................2nd
Tracey Miller .....................2nd
1995 Jen Edens...........................2nd
Liz DesJardien ...................3rd
Alex Ovchinnikoff ............3rd
1996 Claudia Ovchinnikoff................1st
Alex Ovchinnikoff ...........2nd
Barb Gardener ..................2nd
Jen Edens...........................2nd
1997 Claudia Ovchinnikoff........1st
Barb Gardener....................1st
Alex Ovchinnikoff ...........2nd
Carolyn Albright...............2nd
1998 Claudia Ovchinnikoff........1st
Alex Ovchinnikoff ...........2nd
Kate Gillen........................2nd
Amy Stein...........................3rd
1999 Nicole Ross .......................2nd
2000 Amy Stein ..........................2nd
Claudia Ovchinnikoff ‘98
Mandee Moore ‘88
Team
Individual
Most Goals, Game
30, vs. Boston Univ., 4/28/96
29, vs. Kutztown, 3/27/79
29, vs. Montclair State, 3/25/82
28, vs. Drexel, 1984
28, vs. Princeton, 1984
28, vs. New Hampshire, 4/20/96
27, vs. New Hampshire, 4/20/96
27, vs. Duquesne, 3/12/98
26, vs. UMBC, 3/31/88
25, vs. Massachusetts, 3/29/97
25, vs. West Chester, 4/22/97
Most Goals, Game
11 Kathie Daley
vs. Montclair (1980)
10 Peggy Wild Hoffman
vs. Kutztown (1979)
10 Nicole Ross
vs. Duquesne (1999)
10 Tiffany Pulaski
vs. Lafayette (2004)
9
Carol Shulte
vs. Princeton (1984)
9
Gail Cummings
vs. Massachusetts (1988)
9
Gail Cummings
vs. Penn (1988)
9
Gail Cummings
vs. West Chester (1988)
9
Claudia Ovchinnikoff
vs. Ohio State (1997)
9
Kelly Ruch
vs. La Salle (1999)
Most Assists, Game
7
Mindy Jacobs
vs. Montclair (1981)
5
Noelle Cebron
vs. La Salle (2002)
5
Noelle Cebron
vs. George Washington (2002)
5
Erin Campbell
vs. West Chester (1997)
5
Peggy Wild Hoffman
vs. Glassboro State (1979)
5
Sue Yeager
vs. Princeton (1983)
4
Erin Campbell
vs. Duquesne (1998)
4
Alex Ovchinnikoff
vs. Lafayette (1998)
4
Gail Cummings
vs. Rutgers (1986,1987)
4
Deb Minzola
vs. Delaware (1989)
Most Goals, Season
88 Gail Cummings (1987)
88 Gail Cummings (1988)
87 Claudia Ovchinnikoff (1998)
78 Kathie Daley (1980)
67 Marie Schmucker (1984)
67 Gail Cummings (1986)
67 Nicole Ross (1999)
Most Assists, Season
37 Noelle Cebron (2002)
30 Gail Cummings (1988)
29 Bev Grove (1978)
26 Shira Thornton (1992)
26 Erin Campbell (1997)
21 Erin Campbell (1998)
21 Kathleen Barrett (1986)
20 Corey Leader (2004)
16 Whitney Richards (2005)
Most Goals Allowed, Game
26, vs. Maryland (2003)
23, vs. Maryland (1999)
22, vs. Maryland (2004)
20, vs. Virginia (2005)
20, vs. Virginia (2002)
19, vs. Princeton (2004)
19, vs. Ursinus (1977)
19, vs. Ursinus (1978)
18, vs. Duquesne (2004)
18, vs. Penn State (1996)
18, vs. Virginia (2002)
Most Goals, Season
276 in 17 games (1988)
260 in 18 games (1984)
253 in 19 games (1998)
253 in 19 games (2002)
253 in 19 games (2003)
246 in 17 games (1987)
245 in 16 games (1996)
241 in 18 games (1985)
234 in 17 games (1997)
225 in 17 games (1983)
Most Wins, Season
19 (1988)
17 (1985)
16 (1987)
16 (1984)
16 (1982)
Most Goals, Career
289 Gail Cummings (1984-88)
227 Claudia Ovchinnikoff (1994-98)
211 Marie Schmucker (1980-84)
199 Kathie Daley (1977-81)
192 Kathleen Barrett (1982-86)
179 Suzanne Yeager (1981-85)
162 Kim Lambdin (1984-88)
Most Assists, Career
89 Gail Cummings (1984-88)
88 Noelle Cebron (1999-02)
78 Mindy Jacobs (1977-81)
69 Bev Grove (1977-80)
62 Erin Campbell (1996-98)
56 Suzanne Yeager (1981-85)
53 Alex Ovchinnikoff (1994-98)
45 Kim Lambdin (1984-88)
Record Book
Jane Catanzaro-Delaney (left) and Kathie Daley were inducted into the Temple
Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004 and 2005, respectively.
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Record Book
Most Points, Game
12 (9g, 3a) Carol Schultz
vs. Princeton (1984)
12 (10 g, 2a) Tiffany Pulaski
vs. Lafayette (2004)
11 (8g, 3a) Alex Ovchinnikoff
vs. Duquesne (1998)
11 (9g, 2a) Gail Cummings
vs. UMBC (1987)
11 (11g) Kathie Daley
vs. Montclair (1980)
10 (10g) Nicole Ross
vs. Duquesne (1999)
10 (7g, 3a) Noelle Cebron
vs. Duquesne (2002)
10 (7g, 3a) Noelle Cebron
vs. Saint Joseph's (2002)
9
(9g) Kelly Ruch
vs. La Salle (1999)
9
(5g, 4a) Alex Ovchinnikoff
vs. Lafayette (1998)
9
(8g, 1a) Claudia Ovchinnikoff
vs. Villanova (1998)
9
Carolyn Albright
vs. Boston Univ. (1996)
9
Claudia Ovchinnikoff
vs. Vanderbilt (1996)
9
(8g, 1a) Kim Lambdin
vs. N. Hampshire (1985)
9
(6g, 3a) Marie Schmucker
vs. Lehigh (1983)
Most Goalie Saves, Career
698 Debbie Kelly (1978-82)
690 Jill Marple (1988-91)
688 Iris Alvarado (1997-00)
687 Sheena Oommen (2000-03)
588 Chrissy Muller (1984-87)
460 Ali True (1994-97)
374 Megan McLouth (2002-05)
307 Rebecca Joseph (1992-94)
Most Points, Season
118 Gail Cummings (1988)
115 Gail Cummings (1987)
96 Kathie Daley (1980)
94 Claudia Ovchinnikoff (1998)
89 Noelle Cebron (2002)
88 Marie Schmucker (1984)
Save Pct., Season
(since 1982; min. 100 saves)
.796 Debbie Kelly (1982)
.688 Chrissy Muller (1987)
.681 Jill Marple (1988)
.652 Jill Marple (1991)
.649 Jill Marple (1990)
Most Points, Career
378 Gail Cummings (1984-88)
277 Mindy Jacobs (1977-81)
266 Claudia Ovchinnikoff (1994-98)
253 Marie Schmucker (1980-84)
235 Sue Yeager (1981-85)
234 Kathleen Barrett (1982-86)
207 Kim Lambdin (1984-88)
GAA Avg., Career
(min. 3 seasons, since 1982)
4.87 Chrissy Muller (1984-87)
5.37 Rebecca Joseph (1990-93)
5.46 Donna Porter (1992-94)
5.84 Jill Marple (1988-91)
6.24 Ali True (1994-97)
Most Goalie Saves, Season
273 Debbie Kelly (1982)
220 Iris Alvarado (1999)
217 Sheena Oommen (2001)
213 Sheena Oommen (2003)
209 Sheena Oommen (2002)
208 Iris Alvarado (1998)
195 Megan McLouth (2004)
193 Jill Marple (1988)
172 Iris Alvarado (2000)
165 Rebecca Joseph (1992)
Chrissy Muller ‘87
Save Pct., Career
(min. 3 seasons, since 1982)
.656 Jill Marple (1988-91)
.613 Chrissy Muller (1984-87)
.590 Iris Alvarado (1997-2000)
.566 Ali True (1994-97)
.549 Donna Porter (1992-94)
.513 Rebecca Joseph (1990-93)
.501 Megan McLouth (2002-05)
Alex Ovchinnikoff ‘98
GAA Avg., Season
(min. 10 games; since 1982)
3.68 Debbie Kelly (1982)
4.00 Chrissy Muller (1984)
4.12 Jill Marple (1987)
4.62 Iris Alvarado (1997)
5.28 Chrissy Muller (1985)
Rebecca Joseph ‘93
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TEMPLE ATHLETICS
HALL OF FAME
Name ...............................Year Inducted
Virginia Allen ...........................................1975
Kathleen Barrett-Geiger ........................1999
Judith L. Benscoter .................................1986
Kim Lambdin Ciarrocca ........................2001
Kathie Daley ............................................2005
Gail Cummings-Danson ........................2000
Jane Catanzaro-Delaney .........................2004
Jennifer Gowan........................................1998
Tina Sloan Green ....................................1994
Doris “Tiz” Martin Griffith ..................1984
F. Elizabeth Hess.....................................1983
Carol Sauppe Kline .................................1999
Larraine Lodise........................................1995
Monica Mills-Ciccimaro .........................1997
Mandee (Moore) O’Leary ......................2004
Frances Henderson Newcomb .............1977
Anne Sage.................................................1987
Marie Schmucker.....................................1995
Mary Fetter Semanik...............................1978
OWLS IN THE WORLD CUP
Barrett-Geiger
Gail Cummings-Danson
1986, 1989
Kathleen Barrett-Geiger
Player—1989, 1993, 1997
Manager—2001, 2005
Kim Lambdin Ciarrocca
1989
Mandee (Moore) O’Leary
1989, 1993
Chrissy Muller
1989
Daley
Sloan Green
US LACROSSE
HALL OF FAME
Name ....................................Year Inducted
Kathleen Barrett-Geiger...............................2001
Tina Sloan Green ..........................................1997
Mandee (Moore) O’Leary ............................2005
Ruth Stevenson..............................................2004
Alice Putman Willetts ...................................1998
Record Book
Right: Gail Cummings, coach Tina Sloan Green, and Mandee Moore
with the 1988 NCAA Championship trophy.
Mandee Moore-O’Leary is a member of the Temple
Athletics and US Lacrosse National Hall of Fames.
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Temple University is a national center of
excellence in teaching, research and health
care that enrolls more than 34,000 students,
is the 28th largest university in America,
and is one of the nation’s leading centers of
professional education.
Campuses:
Temple maintains seven campuses in
Pennsylvania. Its 105-acre Main Campus
and its 19-acre Health Sciences Center,
both in Philadelphia, will be the primary
sites of more than $400 million in capital
expenditures over the next several years,
including construction of a new School of
Medicine, a new Tyler School of Art and
an expansion of the Fox School of
Business and Management. A new learning
center is being built on the 185-acre campus in suburban Ambler, Pa., where
Temple offers programs in community and
regional planning, horticulture, landscape
architecture and other majors.
International Programs: Temple’s Rome
campus educates 400 students a year who
come from Temple and other U.S. colleges
and universities. About 1,500 students from
Temple and elsewhere study at the Tokyo
campus of Temple University Japan each
year, while some 100 Japanese students come
to the U.S. annually to study at one of
Temple’s Pennsylvania campuses. Temple
also operates programs in London, Beijing
and six other locations worldwide. Temple’s
Beasley School of Law initiated the first and
only foreign law degree-granting program in
China’s history.
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Did you know that...
Temple will be welcoming more than 50 new
tenured or tenure-track professors this fall for
the second consecutive year, part of an unprecedented surge in the recruitment of prominent
faculty from the world’s leading universities.
Temple is ranked Number Four in a listing of
America’s most-connected, high-tech campuses.
Temple’s student body is ranked as the third
most socially and ethnically diverse in the nation
by the 2005 edition of The Princeton Review.
About 31 percent of Temple students report
themselves as something other than white.
Temple and its Fox School of Business and
Management have the MBA program that is
ranked Number One nationally in value for the
money by Financial Times.
Temple has 76 faculty members who each have
at least $1 million in external research funding.
Temple and its School of Medicine is one of
only 11 institutions nationwide selected by
the federal government to seek ways to
reduce health care disparities affecting
minority communities.
Temple researchers are using a $1.25 million
grant in an attempt to create a high-energy
ozone that could be a key component for a
manned mission to Mars.
Temple is ranked as the 20th most entrepreneurial campus in the nation, thanks to
programs in its schools of business, tourism
and communications.
Temple researchers are studying how tumorsuppressing genes can be used in the fight
against cancer.
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Temple researchers found that an M.R.I. could
be a better lie-detector than the traditional
polygraph test.
Teaching:
Temple’s 17 schools and colleges offer nearly
300 academic programs, including five professional degrees, 50 doctoral degrees, 110 master degrees, 130 bachelor degrees and two
associate degrees.
Undergraduate Students:
Temple’s 23,000 undergraduates come from
nearly all 50 states and more than 100 countries. An average class size of 26 students and
a 17-to-1 student-faculty ratio encourage
direct student interaction with faculty members who are internationally recognized for
scholarship, research and creative achievement.
Graduate and Professional Students: The
Graduate School oversees 165 graduate programs serving over 6,000 students. Temple’s
professional degree programs—law, dentistry,
medicine, pharmacy and podiatric medicine—
enroll more than 3,100 students, making
Temple the nation’s second-largest provider
of professional education among public universities and the largest provider of professional education in Pennsylvania.
Research: Temple, one of 151 universites
classified as “Doctoral/Research UniversitiesExtensive”—is a recognized leader in medicine and biomedical research. The University’s
grants and contracts for research have been
rising at an accelerating rate and are now at
about $65 million annually. More than 70 faculty have active research funding worth at
least $1 million.
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