2017 CORNELL WOMEN'S LACROSSE GAME NOTES


Apr 3, 2017 - tie a program record for the best road start to a season. • Cornell moved to 3-0 in Ivy League play with a 15-6 win at Yale on March 25. • Trailing ...

2017 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE GAME NOTES

#7/8 Cornell Big Red

SCHEDULE & RESULTS FEBRUARY

18 at Villanova 25 PENN STATE

MARCH

4 at Penn 7 COLGATE 11 at Columbia* 19 vs. Southern California^ 25 at Yale

APRIL

1 at Rutgers 4 BINGHAMTON 8 BROWN 11 ALBANY 15 at Dartmouth* 18 at Syracuse 22 PRINCETON 29 HARVARD

MAY

5 Ivy League Tournament 7 Ivy League Tournament

vs.

Binghamton Bearcats

W, 18-6 L, 9-8

Game 9 • Tuesday, April 4 • 3 p.m.

W, 10-4 W, 13-6 W, 14-11 W, 11-10 W, 15-6 W, 12-9 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon TBD TBD

All Times are EST Home Games in BOLD CAPS * Ivy League game ^Neutral site game at Boston University

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About the Big Red • On Saturday, Cornell got a career-high 13-save performance from Renee Poullott while Catherine Ellis scored her 100th career goal as well as the gamewinning goal in a 12-9 win at Rutgers. • The win – Cornell’s sixth straight – helped the Big Red tie a program record for the best road start to a season. • Cornell moved to 3-0 in Ivy League play with a 15-6 win at Yale on March 25. • Trailing by two goals, 5-3, at halftime – just the third halftime deficit this season for Cornell – the team outscored the Bulldogs, 12-1, in the second half to win its fifth-straight game. • The Big Red took down then #4/5 USC, 11-10, on March 19 in a neutral site battle at Boston University. • The Big Red went undefeated in the month of March ,topping Penn (10-4), Colgate (13-6), Columbia (14-11), USC (1—10) and Yale (15-6).

2017 CORNELL LEADERS

POINTS: Amie Dickson Catherine Ellis GOALS: Catherine Ellis Kristy Gilbert ASSISTS: Amie Dickson Catherine Ellis SAVES: Renee Poullott GROUND BALLS: Catie Smith Cait Callahan, Renee Poullott DRAW CONTROLS: Taylor Reed, Amie Dickson Catie Smith CAUSED TURNOVERS: Catie Smith Cait Callahan

About the Bearcats • Binghamton extended its win streak to three games on Saturday with a 13-6 win over Mount St. Mary’s and enters Tuesday’s game against Cornell with a 5-6 record. • The team has held opponents to 10-or-less goals in the last six games. • Rebecca Golderman leads the Bearcats with 37 points (33g, 4a) and also in draw controls (34) while four other players have at least 20 points. • Emma Jehle has played the majority of the minutes in the crease for Binghamton, going 5-6-0 while posting a 11.46 goals against average and a .466 save percentage. • The Bearcats share four common opponents with the Big Red in 2017, having lost to Syracuse (16-5) and Dartmouth (15-11) while getting a win over Colgate (1612) and still waiting to play UAlbany. The Series with the Bearcats • The Bearcats and Big Red first met in 2012, with Cornell rolling to a 17-8 victory on the road.

2017 BINGHAMTON LEADERS

31 27 18 16 17 10 65 28 18 18 13 16 10

POINTS: Rebecca Golderman Jacqueline Kennedy GOALS: Rebecca Golderman Jacqueline Kennedy ASSISTS: Emily Yoo Jacqueline Kennedy SAVES: Emma Jehle GROUND BALLS: Emma Jehle Jacqueline Kennedy, Valerie DeNapoli DRAW CONTROLS: Rebecca Golderman Valeire DeNapoli CAUSED TURNOVERS: Jacqueline Kennedy Miriam Ghabarou

37 29 33 21 17 8 102 38 24 34 20 16 15

2017 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE GAME NOTES • Cornell has taken all five matchups against Binghamton, outscoring the Bearcats by a score of 85-31 in the series. • Last season’s 14-5 win at Binghamton was Cornell’s eighth-straight to open the season – the best start to a season in program history. A Win Would… • Move Cornell to 6-0 all-time against Binghamton. • Give the Big Red its seventh-straight win. • Bump Cornell’s 2017 record against schools from the state of New York to 3-0. About Head Coach Jenny Graap ‘86 • Now in her 20th season directing the Cornell women’s lacrosse program in 2017, Jenny Graap amassed a 180-120 record in her first 19 seasons as the head coach of the Big Red, with her 200th overall career win coming in the form of a 11-10 win over Penn in the 2016 Ivy League Tournament Championship. • Graap began her head coaching career at George Mason, taking over the program in its first sponsored season in 1994 and amassing a 21-44 record over four seasons. • Cornell has made the Ivy League tournament each of the last five seasons and six of the seven years that the tournament has been held. • Graap guided the Big Red to back-to-back NCAA Tournaments in 2001 and 2002 – reaching the semifinals in the latter year – and also brought the team to the tournament in 2006 and 2016. • Since she returned to her alma mater in 1997, Graap has led the team to postseason play nine times and has won at least 10 games eight times as well. Notable Nine • Cornell’s win over Yale on March 25 included a stretch of nine unanswered goals for the Big Red. • It’s the longest stretch of unanswered goals for Cornell since a 23-6 win at California on March 29, 2015. New York State of Mind • Since 2010, Cornell is 26-10 against schools from the state of New York while the current senior class holds a record of 13-5. • The Big Red has five New York teams on its schedule this season – Colgate, Columbia, Binghamton, UAlbany, and Syracuse – and so far is 2-0 in those contests. Defensive Dominance • Cornell is giving up just 7.63 goals per game, the fourthbest mark in the nation, and has held opponents to six-orless goals in four of seven games so far this season. • The team held then #10/13 Penn scoreless in the second half on March 4, marking the first time since 2011 that the Big Red held a team without a goal in a half. • The Big Red held Colgate scoreless for over 30 minutes of play in its 13-6 win on March 7 and shutout Yale for the final 25:25 of a 15-6 comeback win on March 25. • On March 19 against USC, the Big Red limited a Trojan offense that had been averaging 14.83 goals per game to

CORNELL QUICK FACTS

TALE OF THE TAPE CORNELL

BINGHAMTON



12.63

Scoring Offense

11.82



7.63

Scoring Defense

11.55



5.00

Scoring Margin

0.27



.520

Save Percentage

.469



10.88

Draw Controls Per Game

11.73



7.63



.537

Free Position Percentage

.308



18.75

Ground Balls Per Game

16.64



14.88

Turnovers Per Game

17.27

Caused Turnovers Per Game 10.00

10 scores. • Cornell went the first four games of the season without allowing an opponent to score more than nine goals, something the program hadn’t done since 2008. Renee Says No • Goalkeeper Renee Poullott made a season-high and careerhigh 13 saves on April 1 in a 12-9 win at Rutgers. • She made 10 saves in Cornell’s 11-10 win over USC on March 19 and then repeated that save total in the very next outing, a 15-6 win at Yale on March 25. • Poullott has now made at least 10 saves in a game on nine occasions in her career. • The senior currently leads the nation with her 7.11 goals against average. • Her .520 save percentage is good for eighth overall. Assists by Amie • After recording four assists in the first three games of the season, Amie Dickson registered 12 helpers in the next three. • The senior had five assists in the Big Red’s comeback win at Columbia on March 11, which tied a career-high, and added four more in Cornell’s 11-10 upset of USC on March 19. • She also had three assists in a 13-6 win over Colgate on March 7. • Dickson’s 12 assists over those three games are the most over such a span for a Cornell player since Emily Tripodi earned 15 assists over three games in April 2013. Hot Streak • Senior tri-captain Catherine Ellis has a 12 game goal streak dating back to the 2016 season. • Ellis has scored 25 goals and assisted on 11 others in those 12 games. • With a two goal outing against Rutgers on April 1, Ellis became the 15th player in program history to record 100 career goals. Balanced Offense • In each of the first eight games of the season, Cornell has had at least six different goal scorers. • Nine different players scored in the season-opening win over Villanova. • The Big Red’s comeback win over Yale included eight

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Location..................................................Ithaca, N.Y.,14853 Founded...................................................................... 1865 Total Enrollment....................................................... 21,593 President (interim)................................ Hunter Rawlings III Director of Athletics................................J. Andrew Noel, Jr. Colors........................................... Carnelian Red and White Affiliation..................................................................NCAA I Conference......................................................... Ivy League Field (Capacity).......................... Schoellkopf Field (25,597)

Coaching Information

Women’s Lacrosse Coach.............. Jenny Graap (Cornell ‘86) Record.................... 187-121 (Cornell); 208-165 (career) Assistant Coach..................................Bill Olin (Rutgers ‘10) Assistant Coach......... Margaret Corzel (UNC Chapel Hill ‘15) Athletic Trainer.................................................Janine Glass

2017 TEAM INFORMATION

Captains....................................Catherine Ellis, Kristy Gilbert, Catie Smith 2016-17 Record.................................................................. 7-1 2016-17 Ivy League Record................................................ 3-0 2015-16 Record................................................................ 14-5 2015-16 Ivy League Record................................................ 5-2 First Varsity Season........................................................1972 All-Time Record..................................................... 329-286-4 Ivy League Regular-Season Championshiops.......................1 Years....................................................2006 (shared title) Ivy League Tournament Appearances*.................................6 Years........................ 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 Ivy League Tournament Championships...............................1 Years.........................................................................2016 NCAA Championships...........................................................0 NCAA Tournament Appearances...........................................4 Years............................................2001, 2002, 2006, 2016 *first Ivy League Tournament held in 2010

different goal scorers. • Against Columbia, Colgate, and Rutgers seven different players found the back of the net. • The Big Red got goals from six different players in games against Penn State, Penn, and USC. Multi-Goal Games • Seven different Big Red players have posted at least one multi-goal outing this season. • Junior Taylor Reed has registered multiple goals in six of Cornell’s eight games so far this season. • Senior Catherine Ellis and sophomore Sarah Phillips each have six multi-goal efforts. • Senior Kristy Gilbert scored multiple goals in five games for the Big Red while classmate Amie Dickson has four multigoal outings. • Sophomore Tomasina Leska and junior Joey Coffy have two and one, respectively. Road Warriors • With its 12-9 win at Rutgers on April 1, the team tied a program record for the best road start in program history at 5-0.

April 4 • 2017 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

2017 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE GAME NOTES NATIONAL LACROSSE POLLS IWLCA Coaches’ Poll Division I Women’s Poll (April 3) Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Team (First-place votes) Record Pts. LW Maryland (20) 11-0 400 1 North Carolina 11-1 380 2 Florida 9-2 360 3 Stony Brook 10-1 334 5 Penn State 12-1 304 6 Colorado 11-1 297 4 Princeton 8-1 287 7 Cornell 7-1 251 8 Southern California 9-3 222 9 Penn 8-2 221 11 Syracuse 9-4 190 10 Notre Dame 9-5 180 12 Denver 8-2 128 14 Towson 7-4 114 13 Virginia 7-5 106 15 Northwestern 6-6 105 16 Boston College 10-4 79 RV James Madison 8-4 61 NR Elon 8-3 45 18 Virginia Tech 11-4 42 17

Receiving Votes: Duke, Louisville

Inside Lacrosse Media Division I Women’s Poll (April 3) Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Team (First-place votes) Record Pts. LW Maryland (20) 11-0 419 1 North Carolina (1) 11-1 399 2 Florida 9-2 367 3 Stony Brook 10-1 352 6 Colorado 11-1 324 4 Penn State 12-1 318 5 Princeton 8-1 280 8 Cornell 7-1 273 7 Penn 8-2 245 9 USC 9-3 239 10 Syracuse 9-4 197 11 Notre Dame 9-5 172 13 Denver 8-2 148 14 Boston College 10-4 116 18 Virginia Tech 11-4 105 12 Towson 7-4 79 14 Northwestern 6-6 77 19 Virginia 7-5 63 17 James Madison 7-5 60 23 Louisville 10-4 58 22

Receiving Votes: Johns Hopkins, Elon, Duke, Temple, Loyola, UAlbany

AROUND THE IVY LEAGUE

WHERE CORNELL HAS RANKED IWLCA Coaches’ Poll Date Feb. 20 Feb. 27 March 6 March 13 March 20 March 27 April 3

Conference Standings (as of April 3)

Rank 14 15 11 11 t-7 8

Conference Only Overall W-L Win% GF GA W-L W in% G FGA Cornell 3-0 1.000 39 21 7-1 0.875 101 61 Harvard 3-0 1.000 41 33 6-4 0.600 138 113 Princeton 2-0 1.000 28 15 8-1 0.889 133 78 Penn 1-1 0.500 11 12 8-2 0.800 105 74 Yale 1-2 0.333 31 39 7-5 0.583 164 129 Columbia 1-2 0.333 36 34 6-5 0.545 130 126 Dartmouth 0-3 0.000 30 52 5-4 0.556 117 112 Brown 0-3 0.000 19 29 4-6 0.400 102 86 Recent Scores/Upcoming Contests (as of April 3)

Inside Lacrosse Poll Date Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 27 March 6 March 13 March 20 March 27 April 3

Rank 15 15 16 11 11 7 7 8

• Cornell went undefeated in its first six road games of the 1987 season before dropping an overtime game at Princeton, 6-5. • That year’s squad went on to finish with a road record of 9-1 away from Ithaca – and claim the New York State Championship. Taking Down the Trojans • Cornell’s 11-10 win over the then-ranked #4/5 USC Trojans on March 19 marked the program’s first over a team ranked in the top five of the polls since a 9-6 upset of #2 Florida in the final game of the 2011 season. • The win helped Cornell jump up four spots in both national polls, as the Big Red moved from 11th to seventh with the win. • Senior goalkeeper Renee Poullott made 10 saves – including six in the second half – to help secure the upset of a USC squad that entered the game averaging 14.83 goals per game. Record Book Update • Senior Renee Poullott is fourth all-time in program history with 352 career saves and is 11 away from the top three. • Senior Amie Dickson is tied for fifth all-time with 61 assists and needs six more to move into the top three. • Dickson currently sits third all-time with 121 career draw controls, 20 outside the number two spot. • Senior Catie Smith is third all-time with 79 career caused turnovers. Milestone Watch • Junior Joey Coffy needs just one more point and nine more goals to hit 50 overall in each category. • Senior Amie Dickson is seven draw controls away from 125 (and recently hit 75 career goals).

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Saturday, March 25 Princeton 18, Dartmouth 8 Penn 7, Brown 2 Cornell 15, Yale 6 Harvard 10, Columbia 8 Tuesday, March 28 Stanford 10, Harvard 8 Wednesday, March 29 Boston College 19, Yale 12 Dartmouth 16, Siena 6 Columbia 14, Wagner 10 Princeton 16, Syracuse 11 Brown 14, California 13 Friday, March 31 San Diego St. 13, Brown 8 Saturday, April 1 Yale 17, Sacred Heart 5 Harvard 17, Dartmouth 12 Cornell 12, Rutgers 9 Yale 15, Stanford 12 Hofstra 10, Columbia 8 Sunday, April 2 Penn 10, Northwestern 7 Princeton 16, Delaware 4 Tuesday, April 4 Binghamton at Cornell, 3 p.m.

INDIVIDUAL HONORS Inside Lacrosse Preaseason All-Americans Catie Smith - Second Team Taylor Reed - Honorable Mention Joey Coffy - Honorable Mention Renee Poullott - Honorable Mention

Ivy League Weekly Honors Catie Smith - Defensive Player of the Week (March 6) Renee Poullott - Defensive Player of the Week (March 20)

April 4 • 2017 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

2017 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE GAME NOTES 2017 NCAA RANKINGS (AS OF APRIL 3) INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS Assists per game 14 Amie Dickson Free-position percentage t-11 Taylor Reed Caused turnovers per game 25 Catie Smith Goals-against average 1 Renee Poullott Save percentage 8 Renee Poullott

2.29 .714 2.14 7.11 .520

TEAM RANKINGS Free position percentage 8

Cornell

.529

Save percentage 10

Cornell

.505

Scoring defense 3

Cornell

7.43

Scoring margin 11 Cornell Turnovers per game

5.29

8

14.71

Cornell

Win percentage 7

Cornell

.857

2017 IVY RANKINGS (AS OF APRIL 3) INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS Assists 4 Amie Dickson Ground balls 5 Catie Smith 14 Cait Callahan Draw controls t-13 Taylor Reed t-13 Amie Dickson Caused turnovers t-8 Catie Smith t-16 Cait Callahan Goals-against average 1 Renee Poullott Save percentage 4 Renee Poullott

17 29 19 18 18 16 10 7.35 .533

TEAM RANKINGS Goals-against average 2

Cornell

7.62

Save percentage 4 Cornell Caused turnovers

.520

8

65

Cornell

Free-position percentage 1

Cornell

• Senior Catherine Ellis is just four ground balls away from 50 (and recently eclipsed 100 career goals). • Senior Kristy Gilbert needs two more points and six ground balls to hit 75 and 50, respectively, for her career in each category. • Senior goalkeeper Renee Poullott needs five more wins to tie for the most in program history. • Junior Taylor Reed is just three goals away from her 50th career tally. Ivy Honors • Goalkeeper Renee Poullott was named the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week on March 20. • The senior made 10 saves and picked up two ground balls in Cornell’s 11-10 win over then ranked #4/5 USC on March 19. • It was the fifth career Ivy League weekly honor for Poullott. • Senior defender Catie Smith was named the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week on March 6. • The tri-captain had four caused turnovers, two ground balls and two draw controls in helping the Big Red defense hold Penn scoreless in the second half of Cornell’s 10-4 win on March 4. • It was the third career Ivy League weekly honor for Smith. Smith Named to Tewaaraton Watch List • Senior tri-captain Catie Smith was named to the 2017 Tewaaraton Award women’s watch list on Feb. 28. • The Tewaaraton Award annually honors the top male and female college lacrosse player in the United States. • In 2016, she set the single-season program and Ivy League record with 41 caused turnovers. Preseason All-Americans • The Big Red had four players named to the Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-American list. • Senior tri-captain and defender Catie Smith was named to the second team. • Junior midfielders Joey Coffy and Taylor Reed and senior goalkeeper Renee Poullott were all named honorable mention Preseason All-Americans. Meet the Captains • Seniors Catherine Ellis, Kristy Gilbert and Catie Smith will be serving as Cornell’s captains for the 2017 season. • Ellis was second on the team in scoring last year (22g, 12a), and was named to the Ivy League All-Tournament Team. • Gilbert appeared in all 19 contests last year and started 18 of them while putting up 24 points (18g, 6a). • Smith set a new single-season program record and led the Ivy League with 41 caused turnovers last season. Up Next • Cornell will remain at Schoellkopf Field this weekend, welcoming Brown on Saturday at 1 p.m. for an Ivy League matchup. • The Big Red will then play its third home game in a week on Tuesday, April 11 when UAlbany visits Ithaca.

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CORNELL ALL-TIME RECORD BOOK Points 11 12 13 14 16 17

Amie Dickson (2014-present) Tina Hennessey (1990-93) Catherine Ellis (2014-present) Robyn Ewing (1979-82) Ginny Miles (1999-01) Libby johnson (2008-11) Lyn Reitenbach (1982-85) Noelle Dowd (2005-08)

136 134 133 133 130 130 129 128

Goals 10 11 12 13 15 16

Ginny Miles (1999-01) Ria Tascoe (1989-92) Jennifer Bass (1992-95) Tina Hennessey (1990-93) Catherine Ellis (2014-present) Linda Miller (1981-84) Noelle Dowd (2005-08)

106 105 104 101 101 100 99

Assists 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Emily Tripodi (2013-present) Courtney Farrell (2005-08) Lori Wohlschlegel (1999-02) Allison Schindler (2003-06) Amie Dickson (2014-present) Jaimee Reynolds (1999-02) Linda Miller (1981-84) Lyn Reitenbach (1982-85) Cari Hills (1995-98) Jessi Steinberg (2009-12)

116 91 68 67 61 60 55 54 49 43

Draw Controls 1 Sarah Hefner (2012-15) 2 Jaimee Reynolds (1999-02) 3 Amie Dickson (2014-present) 4 Cari Hills (1995-98) 5 Margaux Viola (2004-07

159 141 121 110 104

Caused turnovers 1 Jaimee Reynolds (1999-02) 2 Erica Holveck (2000-03) 3 Catie Smith (2014-present) 4 Katie McCorry (1999-02) 5 Kari Zarzecki (1999-02)

113 96 79 76 74

Ground balls 21 Catie Smith (2014-present) 22 Jaime Quinn (2001-04) Renee Poullott (2014-present) 24 Liz Robertson (1994-97) 25 Annie Berkery (2002-05)

92 90 90 86 85

Wins 1 2 3 4

Carrie Giancola (1999-02) Renee Poullott (2014-present) Maggie Fava (2003-06) Beth Paciello (1986-88) Tiffy Zachos (1990-92)

40 35 23 19 19

Saves 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Carrie Giancola (1999-02) Lori Wick (1980-81) Maggie Fava (2003-06) Renee Poullott (2014-17) Sonia Novik (1996-99) Beth Paciello (1986-88) Ellen Grant (1984-84) Yelena Chak (1996-97) Lynn Vacca (1978-79) Kyla Dambach (2009-12)

471 404 363 352 309 276 262 259 223 215

April 4 • 2017 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

2017 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE GAME NOTES 2017 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE ROSTER No. Name 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 21 22 24 25 26 27 29 30 33 34 44 99

Hannah O’Reilly Tomasina Leska Sarah Nicholson Joey Coffy Lucy Pedlow Amie Dickson Taylor Reed Ida Farinholt Mary Kate Bonanni Catie Smith (C) Sarah Phillips Christie Raymond Isabel Zachara Cait Callahan Taylor Lis Natalie Paletta Catherine Ellis (C) Kristy Gilbert (C) Shannon Bertscha Caroline Allen Hilary Lemonick Christie Powell Meredith Baker Anna Baumeister Paige Craig Samantha Nielsen Alex Monello Katie McGahan Renee Poullott

Pos.

D/M A D M A/M A/M M M D D A M A D M D/M A M A M D D A M A GK D GK GK

Ht.

5-7 5-1 5-6 5-5 5-11 5-6 5-5 5-8 5-7 5-8 5-6 5-7 5-3 5-7 5-9 5-7 5-5 5-9 5-11 5-9 5-7 5-8 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-6 5-11 5-6 5-4

Year

Hometown/High School

So. So. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr.

South Salem, N.Y. Vestal, N.Y. Berwyn, Pa. Norwalk, Conn. Charlotte, N.C. Greenwich, Conn. Honeoye Falls, N.Y. Richmond, Va. Liverpool, N.Y. Bewyn, Pa. Manhasset, N.Y. Queensbury, N.Y. Summit, N.J. Wilton, Conn. Princeton, N.J. Greenwich, Conn. Englewood, Colo. Darien, Conn. Roseland, N.J. Ardmore, Pa. Wynnewood, Pa. Honeoye Falls, N.Y. Vero Beach, Fla. Summit, N.J. Wantagh, N.Y. Darien, Conn. Tualatin, Ore. Atlanta, Ga. Syracuse, N.Y.

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

John Jay HS Vestal HS Conestoga HS The Hotchkiss School Charlotte Country Day School The Hotchkiss School Honeoye Falls-Lima HS St. Catherine’s School Cicero-North Syracuse HS Conestoga HS Manhasset HS Queensbury HS Summit HS The Hotchkiss School Princeton HS Greenwich HS Kent Denver School Darien HS West Essex HS Academy of Notre Dame Harriton HS Honeoye Falls-Lima HS Vero Beach HS Summit HS Wantagh HS Darien HS WilsonvilleHS The Westminster Schools Marcellus HS

No. Name 24 27 29 22 10 15 5 30 7 19 9 21 25 2 17 44 34 4 33 1 18 6 12 99 26 13 8 11 14

Caroline Allen Meredith Baker Anna Baumeister Shannon Bertscha Mary Kate Bonanni Cait Callahan Joey Coffy Paige Craig Amie Dickson Catherine Ellis Ida Farinholt Kristy Gilbert Hilary Lemonick Tomasina Leska Taylor Lis Katie McGahan Alex Monello Sarah Nicholson Samantha Nielsen Hannah O’Reilly Natalie Paletta Lucy Pedlow Sarah Phillips Renee Poullott Christie Powell Christie Raymond Taylor Reed Catie Smith Isabel Zachara

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Jenny Graap ‘86 (20th season) Assistant Coaches: Bill Olin (first season); Margaret Corzel (first season) Athletic Trainer: Janine Glass

BIG RED BREAKDOWN The Big Red 29-player roster includes:

BY STATE

BY CLASS SENIORS (7) Attack (3): Meredith Baker, Amie Dickson, Catherine Ellis Midfield (1): Kristy Gilbert Defense (2): Catie Smith, Christie Powell Goalkeeper (1): Renee Poullott

COLORADO (1) NORTH CAROLINA (1) NEW YORK (9) Catherine Ellis Lucy Pedlow Taylor Reed Christie Powell Mary Kate Bonanni CONNECTICUT (6) NEW JERSEY (4) Kristy Gilbert Taylor Lis Sarah Phillips Samantha Nielsen Shannon Bertscha Christie Raymond Natalie Paletta Isabel Zachara Hannah O’Reilly Amie Dickson Anna Baumeister Renee Poullott JUNIORS (7) Joey Coffy Tomasina Leska Attack (1): Paige Craig Midfield (3): Joey Coffy, Ida Farinholt, Taylor Reed Cait Callahan Paige Craig Defense (3): Anna Baumeister, Cait Callahan, Hilary Lemonick FLORIDA (1) OREGON (1) PENNSYLVANIA (4) Meredith Baker Alex Monello Caroline Allen Sarah Nicholson SOPHOMORES (8) Attack (3): Shannon Bertscha, Tomasina Leska, Catie Smith GEORGIA (1) VIRGINIA (1) Sarah Phillips Katie McGahan Ida Farinholt Hilary Lemonick Midfield (2): Christie Raymond, Hannah O’Reilly BY POSITION Defense: (2) Sarah Nicholson, Natalie Paletta ATTACK (8) MIDFIELD (9) Goalkeeper (1): Samantha Nielsen Meredith Baker, Amie Dickson, Catherine Ellis, Kristy Gilbert, Joey Coffy, Taylor Reed, Paige Craig, Shannon Bertscha, Tomasina Leska, Ida Farinholt, Christie Raymond, Hannah FRESHMEN (7) Sarah Phillips, Isabel Zachara O’Reilly, Caroline Allen, Taylor Lis, Lucy Attack (1): Isabel Zachara Pedlow Midfield (3): Caroline Allen, Taylor Lis, Lucy DEFENSE (7) Pedlow Catie Smith, Christie Powell, Anna Baumeister, GOALKEEPER (3) Defense (2): Mary Kate Bonanni, Alex Monello Cait Callahan, Hillary Lemonick, Mary Kate Bonanni, Renee Poullott, Samantha Nielsen, Goalkeeper (1): Katie McGahan Alex Monello Katie McGahan

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April 4 • 2017 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

2017 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE GAME NOTES

JENNY GRAAP

THE JENNY GRAAP FILE

Head Coach of Women’s Lacrosse 20th Season at Cornell • Cornell ‘86 Jenny Graap returned to her alma mater in 1997 with one goal in mind: to build the Cornell women’s lacrosse team into a championship contender. Now entering her 20th year at the helm in 2016-17, the 2002 Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Coach of the Year and 2006 Inside Lacrosse Magazine and IWLCA Northeast Coach of the Year has developed the Big Red women’s lacrosse program into one of the most successful in the nation. Graap has built an Ivy League and national title contender in her first 19 years. She has posted a 180-120 record at Cornell and a 201-164 mark in 22 years as a head coach. In her tenure at Cornell, Graap has had 85 All-Ivy selections, 49 IWLCA All-Region selections, 17 IWLCA national All-Americans, three CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, three Ivy League Players of the Year and one national player of the year finalist. Her teams have reached postseason play nine times since she returned to Cornell and have won at least 10 games eight times as well. The Big Red had one of the best seasons in program history in 2016, beginning the season 8-0, marking the best start in program history. Led by a balanced offense, with six players finishing with 30+ points, and a nationally elite defense, Cornell was an underdog team that fought its way into the national conversation. emerged on top, defeating second-seeded Princeton, 10-9, in overtime for the program’s first Ivy League Tournament win before taking down host Penn, 11-10, to hoist the championship trophy for the first time. The Big Red downed a hot Canisius team, 15-11, in the first round before suffering a heartbreaking 7-6 loss to Massachusetts in the second round to end the storybook season. Ranking as high as No. 13 in the IWLCA Coaches Poll, the Big Red posted its second-most wins in program history, finishing the year 145. Co-captain Emily Tripodi ‘16 set a new school record in career assists, finishing with 116, and Catie Smith ‘17 set a new single-season standard in caused turnovers with 41. Tripodi earned Second-Team All-Ivy, along with goalkeeper Renee Poulllott ‘17 and Taylor Reed ‘18, while Smith and Joey Coffy ‘18 were named to the First-Team. Smith and Coffy were both also IWLCA Regional All-Americans, while Poullott earned second-team honors. Smith concluded her stellar season as an IWLCA Third-Team All-American. Cornell’s five All-Ivy selections in 2015 were tied for second-most in the league, with Lindsay Toppe making the first team for the third consecutive season. Toppe set a new program record for career goals (149) and career game-winning goals (10), and the team set a new school mark for goals scored in a single game in its 23-6 rout of Cal. The Big Red finished 9-7 overall and 4-3 in conference play, reaching the Ivy League Tournament for the fourth straight year and fifth time in program history. Cornell closed the season in heartbreaking fashion with a 7-6 loss to Penn in the Ivy League Tournament semifinals. In 2014, Lindsay Toppe was named the Ivy League Attacker of the Year and was a unanimous First Team All-Ivy selection that year. Sophomore Sarah Hefner broke the single-season record for draw controls (68) set the previous season by Caroline Salisbury ’13, who had 48. In 2013, the Big Red reached the Ivy League Tournament as the No. 4 seed. Kate Ivory ‘13 was named the Ivy League’s Defensive Player of the Year, and she and Lindsay Toppe made the All-Ivy First Team and the IWLCA All-Northeast Region First Team. The Big Red had a victory over then-No. 7 Penn State at home, and the team went a near-perfect 6-1 on Schoellkopf Field. Caroline Salisbury ‘13 broke the single-season record for draw controls (51) and freshman Emily Tripodi ‘16 exploded onto to the scene by breaking Cornell’s single-season record for assists (36). The 2012 campaign resulted in the team’s highest win total since 2006, and Cornell earned a berth in the Ivy League Tournament for the second time in team history. Scoring 227 goals, the Big Red came just one goal shy of tying the all-time school record of 228 set in 2002. Jessi Steinberg ‘12 and Cacki Helmer ‘12 earned first-team All-Ivy honors. The 2011 season saw the Big Red knock off a pair of ranked teams, including then-No. 2 Florida 9-6 in the season finale. The win over the Gators represented the highest ranked opponent the Big Red had ever defeated. Cornell also knocked off then No. 14 Notre Dame and was 3-1 down the stretch as the team finished 6-8. Steinberg ‘12 and Kate Ivory ‘13 each earned first-team All-Ivy accolades and were named to the IWLCA all-region team. After starting out the 2010 season with a 2-6 record, Graap’s team topped No. 17 Princeton on the road, snapping a 22-game losing streak to the Tigers. The Big Red finished 4-3 in Ivy play to finish third and made the conference’s inaugural postseason tournament, falling to Dartmouth. Cornell also nearly pulled an upset over eventual national semifinalist Syracuse, dropping a 7-6 contest. The 2009 squad was ranked throughout the season and knocked off NCAA tournament qualifier Vanderbilt, as well as ranked teams from both New Hampshire and Rutgers. The Big Red finished 9-7, with six of those losses com-

ing to ranked teams, all the while playing with a roster that featured just four seniors. Tissy O’Connor was named a second-team IWLCA All-American. The 2008 season saw the Big Red finish second in the Ivy League (5-2) en route to a 10-6 campaign that included four wins over top 20 squads. Graap registered her 100th coaching win at Cornell with a 16-7 victory at Colgate in the season opener. Both Courtney Farrell and Katherine Simmons were named to the IWLCA All-America third team, with Farrell breaking the school’s career scoring and assist marks during the year. Farrell was named first-team all-region in 2007 after setting the school record for single-season assists (34). She joined Simmons as an all-region and first-team All-Ivy pick. Despite finishing 5-10, all 10 of the team’s losses came against squads that were nationally ranked at the time of the game or moved into the rankings after a win over the Big Red. In 2006, Graap directed a team featuring just four seniors to a share of the program’s first Ivy title, leading the Big Red to a 12-4 overall record and its third NCAA tournament appearance. The 12 wins in a season ranks third all-time at Cornell, while the six Ivy wins tied the school record set by her 2002 squad. For her efforts, Graap was named the IWLCA and Inside Lacrosse Northeast Region Coach of the Year. The Big Red also completed its second undefeated home slate (7-0). In all, 11 of the team’s top 12 scorers were underclassmen. Graap did all of this despite a schedule that featured 10 games against teams ranked at some point during the season, including a win over NCAA finalist Dartmouth, as well as victories over perennial powerhouses Syracuse, Yale and Vanderbilt. Senior goalkeeper Maggie Fava was selected as Ivy League co-Player of the Year, while five players earned first-team All-Ivy honors, four were first-team all-region picks, and Fava (third-team), Margaux Viola (thirdteam) and Anne Riordan (second-team) were named to the IWLCA All-America teams. In 2005, Cornell posted a strong 9-6 record, finishing the season ranked No. 17 in the final IWLCA poll. Graap’s young squad toppled four teams ranked in the top 20 during the season and also defeated NCAA-bound Patriot League champion Colgate. The team’s 4-3 mark in Ancient Eight play was good for a third-place tie in the final standings and represented the fifth time in the last six years Cornell posted a winning league record. Eight of the team’s top 11 scorers were freshmen or sophomores. The 2004 campaign was a trying one for Graap and the Big Red, but the 6-9 season may have been one of her best coaching efforts. After losing a combined six All-Americans in the previous two years, Graap took a team with just two seniors that dropped eight of its first nine games and turned the ship around, helping Cornell to five wins in its last six contests. Cornell claimed its second Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference title in four years to cap off an 11-5 campaign in 2003. The team finished the season ranked No. 12 nationally in the IWLCA poll and defeated three other top 20 teams. Sarah Averson ’03 was named to the Tewaaraton Watch List for national player of the year honors. The 2002 season was unquestionably the greatest season in Big Red women’s lacrosse history. Cornell culminated the campaign with a 16-2 record; its two losses coming on the road against the two national finalists, and set nearly a dozen school records, including wins (16), winning percentage (.889) and highest Ivy League finish to date (second). The team finished in the top seven nationally in scoring offense, scoring defense, scoring margin, winning percentage and ground balls. Cornell completed an undefeated season at home (7-0), topped eight ranked opponents and ended Maryland’s seven-year run as national champions with a 14-4 victory over the Terps in the NCAA quarterfinals. The team’s success earned Graap IWLCA and Inside Lacrosse National and Regional Coach of the Year honors. In all, seven players were named All-Ivy and four earned All-America status, with Jaimee Reynolds ’02 earning Ivy League Player of the Year and becoming a finalist for national player of the year. The 2001 season was a breakout year, as the team finished with a record of 11-4 and received its first NCAA tournament invitation. The Big Red used a balanced offense and a stingy defense to go 5-2 in Ivy League play, good for a third-place tie, ranking fourth in the country in scoring defense (7.00 goals allowed per game), while averaging nearly 10 goals per game. Five players were honored when All-Ivy League teams were announced, and two were named All-Americans. Graap’s 2000 squad set numerous records, including wins in a season (13), most goals (210) and most points scored (318), all since broken by the 2002 team, while ending the year at 13-4. The team capped the season with the ECAC title, running through Sacred Heart, 17-4, and Johns Hopkins, 16-4. In 1999, the Big Red made its first ECAC tournament appearance since 1993 and wrapped up the season with a 9-6 mark. Graap is used to meeting challenges that are presented to her. Prior to returning to Cornell, she had been the head lacrosse coach at George Mason for

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Education Cornell University B.S., Human Ecology, 1986 Penn State University M.S., Excercise and Sport Science, 1993 Collegiate Head Coaching Experience Cornell University, 1998 – present 180-120 career record at Cornell 4 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2001, 2002, 2006, 2016 1 NCAA Final Four Appearances 2002 1 Ivy League Championship 2006 2 ECAC Championships 2000, 2003 6 Ivy League Tournament Appearances* 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 1 Ivy League Tournament Championship 2016 2002 IWLCA National Coach of the Year 3 IWLCA Northeast Coach of the Year 2002, 2006, 2016 1 Inside Lacrosse Northeast Coach of the Year 2006 Collegiate Playing Experience Cornell University, 1983-86 • Top-15 All-Time Points List: 61g-30a-91pts • Captain of both Field Hockey and Lacrosse as Jr. and Sr. • Secretary of the Red Key Athletic Honor Society four years. In 1994, the first year the Patriots sponsored the sport, the team went 3-12. Under Graap’s tutelage, they improved to 6-10 in 1997 with a significantly stronger schedule. A 1986 graduate of Cornell’s College of Human Ecology, Graap was an assistant women’s lacrosse coach at Penn State from 1990-93 while completing a master’s degree in exercise and sport science. During her time with the Nittany Lions, they made three NCAA tournament appearances. Graap was also a field hockey and lacrosse intern at William Smith College from 1989-90. She received her first coaching experience as the head lacrosse mentor at the Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child in Summit, N.J., in 1989. During her undergraduate days, Graap captained both the field hockey and lacrosse teams as a junior and senior, and earned a total of eight varsity letters in the two sports. She was second-team All-Ivy in field hockey as a senior, and is tied for 14th on the Cornell all-time career list with 24 points on 11 goals and two assists. Her 11 goals in field hockey tied her for 12th place on the Big Red’s list for career goals at the time. In 1986, Graap was named to the Brine Regional All-America lacrosse team and ranks among the top 15 on the all-time school points list with 91 (61 goals, 30 assists). She is still ranked on the career goals and career assists lists with the Big Red women laxers. While at Cornell, she also served as secretary of the Red Key Athletic Honorary Society. She joined her younger sister, Ellen, on both the field hockey and lacrosse teams during the 1985-86 seasons. Ellen was inducted into Cornell’s Athletic Hall of Fame in November 2000. From 1991-93, Graap remained active as a player, representing the Philadelphia Club at the USWLA national tournament. She also participated in the Vail Lacrosse Shoot-Out as a Team Ripple player from 1992-97, 1999 and 2004. Graap has served the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches’ Association in several different roles throughout her career. She was a former IWLCA Division I vice president, has chaired the Northeast All Region committee, has served on both the All-American committee and the Coach of the Year committee, and is a new member on the Rules Administration and Game Management Committee. She was responsible for the design and launch of the IWLCA’s web site (www.iwlca.org). Graap has also worked with the NCAA lacrosse championships, assisting with the national selection committee as a NCAA South regional representative and serving as a NCAA representative at the Division III championships. She served as a clinician for the NCAA’s Youth Education in Sport (YES) program in 1996, 1997, 2000 and 2005. A native of West Chester, Pa., Graap attended East High School, where she lettered three times in basketball and played on the state runner-up field hockey team, in addition to the undefeated Chesmont lacrosse championship squad. Graap and her husband, Dan Allen, reside in Ithaca.

April 4 • 2017 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

2017 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE GAME NOTES

BILL OLIN

Assistant Coach of Women’s Lacrosse First at Cornell • Rutgers ‘10 Bill Olin was named assistant coach for the Cornell women’s lacrosse program in July 2016. Olin spent the previous three seasons building the Capital University Division III men’s lacrosse program from the ground up. Olin spent three years at Capital, becoming the first head coach in program history and leading the team to immediate success, compiling a 35-15 (.700) overall record and the 2015 OAC regular season title. In three seasons, his players collected 16 All-Ohio Athletic Conference honors, including nine first-team nods. He was named Capital’s Coach of the Year by its Student-Athlete Advisory Council in both 2014 and 2015. His 2015 squad won the OAC regular season championship in just the second year of the program’s existence. The team finished with a regular season record of 14-3, including 6-0 in conference play, before finishing as league’s tournament runner-up. Capital had eight members named to the all-OAC teams, including Defensive Player of the Year, Tate Stover. Brennan O’Callaghan was the recipient of the OAC Freshman of the Year and OAC Co-Offensive Player of the Year awards. At year’s end, Olin was named the OAC Coach of the Year. Under Olin’s tutelage, the Crusaders ranked 21st in NCAA Division III in scoring defense (6.93 gpg.) and seventh in the nation in caused turnovers per game (13.21 pg.) in the program’s first varsity season. Prior to his time at Capital, Olin served as coach/director of recruiting at Iron Horse Academy, a lacrosse club based in Texas that prepares high school age players for competition at the college level. He also had been an assistant men’s lacrosse coach and defensive coordinator at the State University of New York at Potsdam (2010-12). He helped Potsdam to its first-ever conference tournament final in 2011 and one of his defenders was named SUNYAC Player of the Year and garnered honorable mention All-America accolades. A four-year starting goalkeeper at Rutgers, Olin earned ECAC Defensive Player of the Week honors three times and Big East Defensive Player of the Week twice during his career. He was a three-year member of the All-ECAC Academic team and was named to the Big East Honor Roll in 2010. A native of Horseheads, N.Y., Olin earned his bachelor’s in history from Rutgers in 2010 and his master’s in education from Potsdam in 2012. He and his wife Katelynn have a daughter, Findley.

MARGARET CORZEL

Assistant Coach of Women’s Lacrosse First Season at Cornell • UNC Chapel Hill ‘15 Margaret Corzel joined the Cornell women’s lacrosse program as an assistant coach in August 2016.

leadership award presented to student-athletes at UNC.

Corzel had a standout playing career at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, winning the 2013NCAA Division I National Championship, and spent the spring playing for the Philadelphia Force in the United Women’s Lacrosse League. Corzel appeared in all nine Philadelphia Force games during the inaugural season for the club and the league.

Corzel joined the Big Red staff after spending 2015 working as a legal solutions provider at Transperfect Legal Solutions in Washington, D.C. and coaching the Pride Girls Lacrosse Club in MacLean, Va. The Berwyn, Pa. native also spent time as a coach of the Phantastix, a club lacrosse program based in Philadelphia, from 2013-15. She was responsible for planning and organizing practices and creating recruiting opportunities for her players.

The defender was a three-year captain for the Tar Heels and played in 83 career games, racking up 117 ground balls and causing 61 turnovers. Corzel was named to the All-ACC second-team in 2015. She helped the UNC program reach three NCAA Tournament semifinals (2011, 2013, 2015) and two finals (2013, 2015). Corzel also shares the program record for games started in a season with 22.

Corzel, at 2015 graduate, was a double major at UNC, earning bachelor degrees in business administration and psychology.

She was named to the All-ACC Academic Team in 2014 and to the ACC Academic Honor Roll in 2011, 2012, and 2014. As a freshman, Corzel was selected by the UNC athletic department to participate in the Carolina Leadership Academy. She was a two-time winner of the Leader Distinction Award, which is the highest

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April 4 • 2017 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

2017 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE GAME NOTES Big Red Career Highs HANNAH O’REILLY

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2017 8-2 - - - 2016 10-0 3 1 4 Totals 18-2 3 1 4

GB DC CT 9 7 7 0 1 1 9 8 8

Goals: 1 - last 3/26/16 at Brown Assists: 1 - 3/12/16 vs. Columbia Points: 2 - 3/12/16 vs. Columbia Ground balls: 2 - 2/18/17 at Villanova Draw controls: 1 - 3/12/16 vs. Columbia Caused turnovers: 1 - 3/29/16 at Binghamton

TOMASINA LESKA

Year GP-GS 2017 7-6 2016 6-4 Totals 13-10

G 7 8 15

GB 3 1 4

Goals: 2 - last 2/18/17 at Villanova Assists: 2 - last 2/18/17 at Villanova Points: 4 - last 2/18/17 at Villanova Ground balls: 1 - last 3/7/17 vs. Colgate Draw controls: 1 - last 3/23/16 vs. Cal

SARAH NICHOLSON

Year GP-GS 2017 2-0 2016 3-0 Totals 5-0

G A Pts - - - 0 0 0 0 0 0

JOEY COFFY

Year GP-GS G A 2017 8-7 7 3 2016 19-18 26 5 2015 16-0 8 0 Totals 43-25 41 8

1

2 4 5

So. • D/M • 5-7 John Jay High School South Salem, N.Y.

So. • A • 5-1 Vestal High School Vestal, N.Y.

So. • D • 5-6 Conestoga High School Berwyn, Pa.

Jr. • M • 5-5 The Hotchkiss School Norwalk, Conn.

A 4 0 4

Pts 11 8 19

Pts 10 31 8 49

DC - 2 2

CT 1 0 1

GB DC CT - - 0 0 0 0 0 0

GB DC CT 10 3 1 28 42 9 9 7 3 47 52 19

Goals: Assists: Points: Ground balls: Draw controls: Caused turnovers: Goals: 4 - 4/13/16 at Penn State Assists: 2 -5/13/16 vs. Canisius Points: 4 - 1 - last 3/25/17 at Yale Ground balls: 4 - last 4/9/16 vs. Dartmouth Draw controls: 6 - 3/26/16 at Brown Caused turnovers: 3 - last 2/25/17 vs. Penn State

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2017 7-2 2 - 2 1 7 Totals 7-2 2 0 2 1 7 0

Goals: 1 - last 3/7/17 vs. Colgate Assists: Points: 1 - last 3/7/17 vs. Colgate Ground balls: 1 - last 3/7/17 vs. Colgate Draw controls: 3 - last 2/18/17 at Villanova Caused turnovers:

AMIE DICKSON

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2017 8-8 14 17 31 9 18 3 2016 16-13 28 8 36 16 26 4 2015 16-16 28 31 59 29 49 13 2014 16-11 5 5 10 19 28 13 Totals 56-48 75 61 136 73 121 33

Goals: 4 - last 4/23/16 at Harvard Assists: 5 - last 3/11/17 at Columbia Points: 8 - 3/29/15 at Cal Ground balls: 4 - last 4/30/16 vs. Penn Draw controls: 6 - last 2/27/16 at Albany Caused turnovers: 3 - 3/16/14 at Albany

TAYLOR REED

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2017 8-8 15 3 18 2016 19-18 23 11 34 2015 10-8 9 3 12 Totals 37-34 47 17 64

Goals: 3 - last 3/19/17 vs. USC Assists: 2 - last 2/25/17 vs. Penn State Points: 4 - last 5/13/16 vs. Canisius Ground balls: 4 - last 3/26/16 at Brown Draw controls: 4 - last 4/16/16 at Princeton Caused turnovers: 3 - last 4/2/16 at Maryland

IDA FARINHOLT

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2017 7-2 4 2 6 4 6 3 2016 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2015 5-3 4 2 6 3 3 2 Totals 12-5 8 4 12 7 9 5

Goals: 1 - last 3/25/17 at Yale Assists: 1 - last 3/25/17 at Yale Points: 2 - last 3/11/15 at Binghamton Ground balls: 1 - last 3/25/17 at Yale Draw controls: 2 - last 3/25/17 at Yale Caused turnovers: 1 - last 3/25/17 at Yale

MARY KATE BONANNI

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2017 8-5 - - - 5 - 1 Totals 8-5 0 0 0 5 0 1

Goals: Assists: Points: Ground balls: 1 - last 3/11/17 at Columbia Draw controls: Caused turnovers: 1 - last 3/7/17 vs. Colgate

CATIE SMITH

Year GP-GS 2017 8-8 2016 19-19 2015 16-16 2014 14-1 Totals 57-44

G 1 0 0 0 1

A - 1 0 0 1

Pts 1 1 0 0 2

GB 29 36 20 7 92

DC 13 12 11 4 40

CT 16 41 15 7 79

Goals: 1 - last 3/25/17 at Yale Assists: 1 - 3/23/16 vs. Cal Points: 1 - 3/23/16 vs. Cal Ground balls: 6 - last 2/25/17 vs. Penn State Draw controls: 3 -last 4/19/16 vs. Syracuse Caused turnovers: 6 - 3/29/16 at Binghamton

SARAH PHILLIPS

Year GP-GS 2017 8-5 2016 4-0 Totals 12-5

G 14 0 14

A 7 0 7

Pts 21 0 21

GB 7 0 7

DC 0 0 0

CT 1 0 1

Goals: 2 - last 3/25/17 at Yale Assists: 2 - last 3/11/17 at Columbia Points: 3 - 2/18/17 at Villanova Ground balls: 2 - last 3/11/17 at Columbia Draw controls: Caused turnovers: 1 - last 3/4/17 at Penn

LUCY PEDLOW

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7 8 9

10 11 12

Fr. • A/M • 5-11 Charlotte Country Day School Charlotte, N.C.

Sr • A/M • 5-6 The Hotchkiss School Greenwich, Conn.

Jr. • M • 5-5 Honeoye Falls-Lima Honeoye Falls, N.Y.

Jr. • M • 5-8 St. Catherine’s School Richmond, Va.

Fr. • D • 5-7 Cicero-North Syracuse High School Liverpool, N.Y.

Sr. • D • 5-8 Conestoga High School Berwyn, Pa.

So. • A • 5-6 Manhasset High School Manhasset, N.Y.

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GB DC CT 16 18 6 29 30 11 13 6 5 58 54 22

April 4 • 2017 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

2017 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE GAME NOTES Big Red Career Highs Goals: 1 - last 4/19/16 vs. Syracuse Assists: Points: 1 - last 4/19/16 vs. Syracuse Ground balls: 2 - 3/26/16 at Brown Draw controls: 1 - last 4/9/16 vs. Dartmouth Caused turnovers: 1 - 2/27/16 at Albany Goals: Assists: Points: Ground balls: Draw controls: Caused turnovers:

CHRISTIE RAYMOND

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2017 1-0 - - - 2016 17-0 2 0 2 Totals 18-0 2 0 2

ISABEL ZACHARA

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2017 2-0 - - - - - Totals 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CAIT CALLAHAN

Year GP-GS 2017 8-8 2016 3-0 2015 4-0 Totals 15-8

TAYLOR LIS

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2017 3-0 - - - 1 - Totals 3-0 0 0 0 1 0 0

Goals: Assists: Points Ground balls: Draw controls: Caused turnovers:

NATALIE PALETTA

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2017 0-0 - - - 2016 10-0 0 0 0 Totals 10-0 0 0 0

GB DC CT - - 0 3 0 0 3 0

Goals: Assists: Points: Ground balls: Draw controls: 1 - recently 4/19/16 vs. Syracuse Caused turnovers:

Year GP-GS 2017 8-8 2016 19-16 2015 16-16 2014 16-4 Totals 59-44

GB 8 11 17 10 46

CT 1 2 5 2 10

Goals: 6 - 4/5/14 vs. Dartmouth Assists: 3 - 4/9/16 vs. Dartmouth Points: 6 - recently 3/11/15 vs. Binghamton Ground balls: 3 - last 2/20/16 vs. Villanova Draw controls: 3 - 4/19/14 vs. Yale Caused turnovers: 1 - last 3/11/17 at Penn

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2017 8-8 16 3 19 2016 19-18 18 6 24 2015 15-12 23 3 26 2014 16-2 3 1 4 Totals 58-40 60 13 73

GB DC CT 7 6 9 17 3 11 15 12 8 5 4 5 44 25 33

Goals: 6 - 2/18/17 at Villanova Assists: 2 - 3/11/15 vs. Binghamton Points: 6 - 2/18/17 at Villanova Ground balls: 4 - 4/21/16 at Harvard Draw controls: 2 - last 4/4/15 at Dartmouth Caused turnovers: 4 - 3/23/16 vs. Cal

SHANNON BERTSCHA

Year GP-GS 2017 3-0 2016 0-0 Totals 3-0

GB DC CT - - 0 0 0 0 0 0

Goals: Assists: Points: Ground balls: Draw controls: Caused turnovers:

CAROLINE ALLEN

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2017 6-2 3 0 3 2 2 0 Totals 6-2 3 0 3 2 2 0

Goals: 1 - last 3/19/17 vs. USC Assists: Points: 1 - last 3/19/17 vs. USC Ground balls: 1 - last 3/25/17 at Yale Draw controls: 1 - last 3/7/17 vs. Colgate Caused turnovers:

HILARY LEMONICK

Year GP-GS 2017 6-3 2016 7-0 2015 6-0 Totals 19-3

Goals: Assists: Points: Ground balls: 1 - last 3/25/17 at Yale Draw controls: Caused turnovers:

CHRISTIE POWELL

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2017 4-0 - - - 2016 5-0 0 0 0 2015 1-0 1 0 1 2014 3-0 0 0 0 Totals 13-0 1 0 1

13

14 15 17

18 19

So. • M • 5-7 Queensbury High School Queensbury, N.Y.

Fr. • A • 5-3 Summit High School Summit, N.J.

Jr. • D • 5-7 The Hotchkiss School Wilton, Conn.

Fr. • M • 5-9 Princeton High School Princeton, N.J.

So. • D/M • 5-7 Greenwich High School Greenwich, Conn.

CATHERINE ELLIS

Sr. • A • 5-5 Kent Denver School Englewood, Colo.

KRISTY GILBERT

21 22 24 25

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Sr. • M • 5-9 Darien High School Darien, Conn.

So. • A • 5-11 West Essex High School Roseland, N.J.

Fr. • M • 5-9 Academy of Notre Dame Ardmore, Pa.

Jr. • D • 5-7 Harriton High School Wynnewood, Pa.

Sr. • D • 5-8 Honeoye Falls-Lima High School Honeoye Falls, N.Y.

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G - 0 0 0

G 18 22 38 23 101

A - 0 0 0

A 10 12 8 3 33

Pts - 0 0 0

Pts 27 34 46 26 134

G A Pts - - - 0 0 0 0 0 0

G - 0 0 0

A - 0 0 0

Pts - 0 0 0

GB DC CT - - 4 5 1 4 5 1

GB 19 1 0 20

GB 2 1 1 4

DC 2 0 0 2

DC - 4 1 6 11

DC - 0 0 0

CT 10 1 0 11

CT 0 0 0

GB DC CT - - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1

Goals: Assists: Points: Ground balls: 6 - last 2/25/17 vs. Penn State Draw controls: 2 - last 2/18/17 vs. Villanova Caused turnovers: 4 - last 2/25/17 vs. Penn State

Goals: 1 - 3/29/15 at Cal Assists: Points: 1 - 3/29/15 at Cal Ground balls: Draw controls: 1 - 3/11/14 at Binghamton Caused turnovers: 1 - 3/11/14 at Binghamton

April 4 • 2017 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

2017 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE GAME NOTES Big Red Quick Hits MEREDITH BAKER

Year GP-GS 2017 2-0 2016 2-0 2015 3-0 2014 1-0 Totals 8-0

G A Pts - - - 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2

GB DC CT - - 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 2

ANNA BAUMESITER

Year GP-GS 2017 7-6 2016 9-3 2015 10-0 Totals 26-9

G - 4 0 4

GB DC 4 3 3 2 5 1 12 6

PAIGE CRAIG

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2017 3-0 - - - 2016 2-0 0 0 0 2015 14-0 1 1 2 Totals 19-0 1 1 2

GB DC CT - 1 1 0 0 3 1 2 4 2 2

SAMANTHA NIELSEN

Year GP-GS 2017 2-0 2016 2-0 Totals 4-0

Saves Pct. GB

ALEX MONELLO

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2017 2-0 - - - - - Totals 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Goals: Assists: Points: Ground balls: Draw controls: Caused turnovers:

KATIE MCGAHAN

Year GP-GS Min. GA GAA Saves Pct. GB 2017 2-0 2:03 1 29.27 - .000 Totals 2-0 2:03 1 29.27 - .000 -

Saves: 1 - 3/29/16 at Binghmaton Ground balls: 1 - 3/29/16 at Binghmaton Caused turnovers:

RENEE POULLOTT

Year GP-GS Min. GA GAA 2017 8-8 465:13 57 7.35 2016 19-19 1125:33 138 7.36 2015 16-15 944:06 138 8.77 2014 12-8 515:19 82 9.55 Totals 55-50 3050:11 415 8.16

Saves: 11 - 3/17/15 at Syracuse Ground balls: 6 - 4/19/16 vs. Syracuse Caused turnovers: 2 - 2/20/16 vs. Villanova

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29 30

33 34 44

99

Sr. • A • 5-10 Vero Beach High School Vero Beach, Fla.

Jr. • M • 5-10 Summit High School Summit, N.J.

Jr. • A • 5-10 Wantagh High School Wantagh, N.Y.

So. • GK • 5-6 Darien High School Darien, Conn.

Fr. • D • 5-11 Wilsonville High School Tualatin, Ore.

Fr. • GK • 5-6 The Westminster Schools Atlanta, Ga.

Sr. • GK • 5-4 Marcellus High School Syracuse, N.Y.

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A - 1 0 1

Min. GA 12:44 3 15:55 1 28:39 4

Pts - 5 0 5

GAA 14.14 3.77 8.57

1 2 3

CT 1 1 0 2

.500 .667 2 .429 2

Saves Pct. GB

65 120 107 60 352

.533 .465 .437 .423 .459

18 40 25 7 90

Goals: 1 - last 3/29/16 at Binghamton Assists: Points: 1 - last 3/29/16 at Binghamton Ground balls: 1 - last 3/29/16 at Binghamton Draw controls: Caused turnovers: 2 - 3/21/15 vs. Brown Goals: 1 - last 3/5/16 vs. Yale Assists: 1, 4/12/16 vs. Columbia Points: 1, 5x Ground balls: 2 - 3/29/15 at Cal Draw controls: 2 - 2/18/17 at Villanova Caused turnovers: 1 - 2/27/16 at Albany Goals: 1 - 3/11/15 vs. Binghamton Assists: 1 - 3/29/15 at Cal Points: 1 - last 3/29/15 at Cal Ground balls: 2 - 3/21/15 vs. Brown Draw controls: 1 - 3/29/15 at Cal Caused turnovers: 1 - last 4/14/15 vs. Penn State Saves: Ground balls: Caused turnovers:

April 4 • 2017 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

2017 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE GAME NOTES The Last Time It Happened

CORNELL’S 2017 RECORD WHEN...

W L

FOR CORNELL

Win against a ranked team.................................................................March 19, 2017 vs. #4/5 USC (at Boston University), W 11-10 20 or more goals...................................................................................................................... March 29, 2015 at California, W 23-6 15 goals............................................................................................................................................ March 25, 2017 at Yale, W 15-6 10 goals.....................................................................................................................................12, April 1, 2017 at Rutgers, W 12-9 8 goals in a half.............................................................................................................second (12), March 25, 2017 at Yale, W 15-6 Overtime win....................................................................................May 6, 2016 vs. #13/11 Princeton (Ivy Semifinal), W 10-9 (OT) Double overtime win.....................................................................................................April 5, 2014 vs. Dartmouth, W 11-10 (2OT) Triple overtime win................................................................................................................Feb. 28, 2009 vs. Rutgers, W, 8-7 (3OT) Overtime win at Schoellkopf..........................................................................................April 5, 2014 vs. Dartmouth, W 11-10 (2OT) Overtime win away from Schoellkopf...............................................May 6, 2016 vs. #13/11 Princeton (Ivy Semifinal), W 10-9 (OT) Overtime win at a neutral site.............................................................March 19, 2017 vs. #4/5 USC (at Boston University), W 11-10 A player scored three goals................................................................Sarah Phillips, Amie Dickson, April 1, 2017 at Rutgers, W 12-9 A player scored four goals...................................................................................... Amie Dickson, April 23, 2016 at Harvard, W 11-3 A player scored five goals................................................................................Catherine Ellis, March 11, 2017 at Columbia, W 14-11 A player scored six goals........................................................................................ Kristy Gilbert, Feb. 28, 2017 at Villanova , W 18-6 A player had four assists...............................................Amie Dickson, March 19, 2017 vs. #4/5 USC (at Boston University), W 11-10 A player had five assists.................................................................................. Amie Dickson, March 11, 2017 at Columbia, W 14-11 35 shots in a game...................................................................................................................... 39, March 25, 2017 at Yale, W 15-6 No goals allowed in a half............................................................................................. Second half, March 4, 2017 at Penn, W 10-4 6 different players scored in a game....................................................March 19, 2017 vs. #4/5 USC (at Boston University), W 11-10 7 different players scored in a game.................................................................................................April 1, 2017 at Rutgers, W 12-9 8 different players scored in a game.................................................................................................. March 25, 2017 at Yale, W 15-6 9 or more different players scored in a game............................................................................9, Feb. 28, 2017 at Villanova , W 18-6

AGAINST CORNELL

20 goals..............................................................................................................................April 18, 2007 at No. 10 Syracuse, L 9-22 15 goals.............................................................................................................................April 2, 2016 at No. 1/1 Maryland, L 9-17 10 goals..............................................................................................March 19, 2017 vs. #4/5 USC (at Boston University), W 11-10 8 goals in a half.................................................................................................. First half (8),March 11, 2017 at Columbia, W 14-11 Overtime win....................................................................................................................... April 4, 2015 at Dartmouth, L 9-10 (OT) Overtime win at Schoellkopf..................................................................................................Feb. 24, 2007 vs. Rutgers, L 10-11 (OT) Overtime win away from Schoellkopf....................................................................................April 4, 2015 at Darmouth, L 9-10 (OT) Overtime win at a neutral site................................................... May 17, 2002 vs. No. 2 Georgetown (NCAA Semifinal), L 10-12 (OT) A player scored five goals............................................................................Rachel Bowles, 6; February 28, 2015 vs. Albany, L 11-12 35 shots in a game.......................................................................................................35, April 2, 2016 at No. 1/1 Maryland, L 9-17 No goals allowed in a half............................................................. Second half, March 20, 2011 vs. No. 14 Notre Dame, W 6-5 (2OT)

GENERAL

Cornell played in the NCAA Tournament.....................................................................................................................................2016 Cornell played in the Final Four..................................................................................................................................................2002 Cornell won an Ivy League Regular-Season Championship...................................................................................2006 (shared title) Cornell won an Ivy League Tournament Championship..............................................................................................................2016

11

Overall

7 1

in Ivy League play in non-conference play

3 4

0 1

at home on the road at a neutral site

1 5 1

1 0 0

leading at halftime trailing at halftime tied at halftime

5 2 0

0 1 0

outshooting the opposition being out-shot by the opposition shots are even

5 2 0

1 0 0

in one-goal games in two-goal games in three-goal games in four- or more goal games

1 0 2 4

1 0 0 0

scoring first the opposition scores first

5 2

0 1

leading in draw controls draw controls are even opposition leads in draw controls

4 1 2

0 0 1

leading in ground balls ground balls are even opposition leads in ground balls

5 0 2

1 0 0

leading in caused turnovers 2 caused turnovers are even 2 opposition leads in caused turnovers 3

1 0 0

in February in March in April

1 5 1

1 0 0

on Friday on Saturday on Sunday on Tuesday on Wednesday

0 5 1 1 0

0 1 0 0 0

in overtime

0

0

vs. BIG EAST vs. America East vs. Mountain Pacific vs. Big Ten vs. ACC vs. Patriot League

1 0 1 1 0 1

0 0 0 1 0 0

vs. team ranked in IWCLA Poll* 2 vs. team ranked in Inside Lacrosse Poll* 2 *—at time of game

1 1

April 4 • 2017 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

2017 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE GAME NOTES Cornell Lacrosse 2017 Statistics

Cornell Combined Team Statistics All games (as of Apr 03, 2017)

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date Feb 18 Feb 25 * Mar 04 Mar 07 * Mar 11 Mar 19 * Mar 25 Apr 1

Opponent at VILLANOVA #6 PENN STATE at Penn COLGATE at COLUMBIA vs #4 USC at Yale Bulldogs at Rutgers

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists Free position Made-Att Free position pct. MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES Goals-Opportunities Conversion Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Man-up Man-down Free-position Unassisted Overtime Goals scored average GROUND BALLS DRAW CONTROLS TURNOVERS CAUSED TURNOVERS CLEARS Clear Pct. PENALTIES Number Minutes ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

OVERALL 7-1 3-0 4-1

W L W W W W W W

Score 18-6 8-9 10-4 13-6 14-11 11-10 15-6 12-9

Att. 317 173 276 133 60 180 427 308

COR

OPP

101-230 12.62 .439 170-230 .739 28.8 49 29-54 .537

61-183 7.62 .333 127-183 .694 22.9 24 12-38 .316

6-0 .000

7-0 .000

101 6 0 29 52 0 12.63 154 87 119 65 127-154 .825

61 7 0 12 37 0 7.63 126 89 128 67 108-127 .850

0 0:00

0 0:00

306 2/153 1/180

1388 5/278

HOME 1-1 0-0 1-1

AWAY 5-0 3-0 2-0

## PLAYER GP G 7 Dickson, Amie 8 14 19 Ellis, Catherine 8 18 12 Phillips, Sarah 8 14 21 Gilbert, Kristy 8 16 8 Reed, Taylor 8 15 2 Leska, Tomasina 7 7 5 Coffy, Joey 8 7 9 Farinholt, Ida 7 4 24 Allen, Caroline 6 3 6 Pedlow, Lucy 7 2 11 Smith, Catie 8 1 30 Craig, Paige 3 0 1 O'Reilly, Hannah 8 0 99 Poullott, Renee 8 0 44 McGahan, Katie 2 0 34 Monello, Alex 2 0 33 Nielsen, Samantha 2 0 29 Baumeister, Anna 7 0 27 Baker, Meredith 2 0 26 Powell, Christie 4 0 25 Lemonick, Hilary 6 0 22 Bertscha, Shanno 3 0 17 Lis, Taylor 3 0 15 Cait Callahan 8 0 14 Zachara, Isabel 2 0 13 Raymond, Christie 1 0 10 Bonanni, Mary Kat 8 0 4 Nicholson, Sarah 2 0 Total 8 101 Opponents 8 61 ## Goalie GP 99 Poullott, Renee 8 33 Nielsen, Samantha 2 44 McGahan, Katie 2 Total 8 Opponents 8

NEUTRAL 1-0 0-0 1-0 A Pts

17 10 7 3 3 4 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 49 24

Min. 465:12 12:44 2:03 479:59 479:59

31 28 21 19 18 11 10 6 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 150 85

57 3 1 61 101

1st 2nd Total

Saves by Period Cornell Opponents

1st 2nd Total

Shots by Period Cornell Opponents Shots on Goal Cornell Opponents

12

31 40

54 26 35 29

0 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 7

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GB

9 8 7 7 16 3 10 4 2 1 29 0 9 18 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 1 19 0 0 5 0 154 126

GA GAAvg Save

Goals by Period Cornell Opponents

47 35

Sh Up Dn

32 36 24 35 31 17 30 12 5 3 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 230 183

7.35 14.14 29.27 7.63 12.63

65 1 0 66 69

DC

18 0 0 6 18 0 4 6 2 7 13 1 7 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 87 89

TO

13 8 7 11 11 9 11 6 2 4 6 3 5 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 1 4 0 119 128

Pct

.533 .250 .000 .520 .406

CT

3 1 1 9 6 1 6 3 0 0 16 0 7 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 1 0 65 67

W-L-T

7-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 7-1-0 1-7-0

101 61 66 69

1st 2nd Total

127 103 98 85

230 183

1st 2nd Total

87 66

83 61

170 127

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