Cornell Women's Lacrosse Game Notes


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Cornell Women's Lacrosse Game Notes SCHEDULE & RESULTS FEBRUARY 16 at Villanova 23 PENN STATE

Cornell Big Red at Yale Bulldogs

L, 12-13 L, 12-14

Game 11 • Saturday, April 6 • 4 p.m.

New Haven, Conn. • Highpoint.com Stadiun

MARCH 2 HARVARD* 5 COLGATE 9 at Columbia* 11 at Marist 16 STONY BROOK 23 at Penn* 27 BINGHAMTON

W, 11-5 W, 14-6 W, 12-9 W, 18-12 L, 2-14 L, 10-11 W, 23-5

APRIL 2 at Rutgers 6 at Yale* 13 BROWN* 16 at Syracuse 20 at Dartmouth* 27 PRINCETON*

W, 15-7 12 PM 1 PM 7 PM 1 PM 3 PM

All Times are in EST Home Games in BOLD CAPS *Ivy League game

CORNELL QUICK FACTS

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

Live Stream: ESPN+ Live stats: YaleBulldogs.com

6-4 (2-1) Ivy League

CORNELL 2019 LEADERS

YALE 2019 LEADERS

POINTS Caroline Allen.....................................................................40 Sarah Phillips.....................................................................33 GOALS Sarah Phillips.....................................................................28 Caroline Allen.....................................................................29 ASSISTS Caroline Allen.....................................................................13 Ellie Walsh..........................................................................10 SAVES Katie McGahan...................................................................78 GROUND BALLS Kaite McGahan...................................................................30 Tomasina Leska..................................................................17 DRAW CONTROLS Caroline Allen.....................................................................38 Ellie Walsh..........................................................................24 CAUSED TURNOVERS Hannah O’Reilly.................................................................10 Caroline Allen...........................................................................9

POINTS Olivia Penoyer....................................................................38 Olivia Markert....................................................................33 GOALS Jill Gollob...........................................................................28 Olivia Penoyer....................................................................23 ASSISTS Olivia Penoyer....................................................................15 Sam Higgins.......................................................................14 SAVES Amelia Drake.....................................................................34 GROUND BALLS Sam Higgins.......................................................................21 Payton Vaughn...................................................................18 DRAW CONTROLS Taralyn Naslonski...............................................................44 Marin Hartshorn................................................................35 CAUSED TURNOVERS Dakota Pastore...................................................................13 Regina Sharp.....................................................................12

Coaching Information

Women’s Lacrosse Coach.............. Jenny Graap (Cornell ‘86) Record.................... 206-137 (Cornell); 226-182 (career) Assistant Coach..................................Bill Olin (Rutgers ‘10) Assistant Coach......... Margaret Corzel (UNC Chapel Hill ‘15) Athletic Trainer.................................................Becky Guzzo

2019 TEAM INFORMATION

Captains.....Caroline Allen,Mary Kate Bonanni, Sarah Phillips 2019 Record....................................................................... 6-4 2019 Ivy League Record..................................................... 2-1 2018 Record....................................................................... 7-8 2018 Ivy League Record..................................................... 2-5 First Varsity Season........................................................1972 All-Time Record..................................................... 348-303-4 Ivy League Regular-Season Championships.........................2 Years.....................2006 (shared title), 2017 (shared title) Ivy League Tournament Appearances*.................................7 Years...............2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 Ivy League Tournament Championships...............................1 Years.........................................................................2016 NCAA Championships...........................................................0 NCAA Tournament Appearances...........................................5 Years..................................2001, 2002, 2006, 2016, 2017 *first Ivy League Tournament held in 2010

4-5 (0-3) Ivy League

PROJECTED STARTERS NO. PLAYER

2 3 6 7 10 11 12 17 21 24 26 44

Tomasina Leska Alicia O’Neil Lucy Pedlow Ellie Walsh Mary Kate Bonanni Grace Paletta Sarah Phillips Taylor Lis Olivia Jensen Caroline Allen Reilly Fletcher Katie McGahan

POS. HT. YR.

A M D M D M A D A M D G

5-1 5-8 5-11 5-5 5-7 5-11 5-6 5-7 5-11 5-9 5-9 5-6

NOTES

Sr. 9 goals in last two games So. Has started the last four games Jr. Transitioned from attack to defense So. Career highs in points (5), goals (3), assists (2) on Tues. Jr. Captain So. 6 multigoal games Sr. Captain, 107 career points Jr. Transitioned to solely defense So. 8 goals, 5 assists Jr. Career High 8 points vs. Villanova, Captain So. Transfer from Boston U. Jr. 2nd in Ivy League in sv. % (49.0)

Ivy League Regular Season Champions (2002, 2017)

AROUND THE IVY LEAGUE

Conference Standings as of April 3

Conference Only Overall W-L Win% GF GA W-L Win% G FGA Dartmouth 3-0 1.000 36 13 7-3 .700 158 110 Penn 2-0 1.000 26 14 8-2 .800 119 90 Cornell 2-1 .667 33 25 5-4 .556 129 96 Brown 2-1 .667 37 37 6-5 .545 153 136 Princeton 1-1 .500 30 13 6-3 .667 126 92 Harvard 1-2 .333 23 19 5-5 .500 94 102 Yale 0-3 .000 23 47 3-5 .375 119 105 Columbia 0-3 .000 12 52 3-8 .273 97 147 Recent Scores/Upcoming Contests (as of April 3)

Sunday, March 31 Brown 19, Fresno State 13 Northwestern 17, Penn 13 Tuesday, April 2 Dartmouth 18, UConn 9 Cornell 15, Rutgers 7 Princeton 15, Villanova 6

ABOUT THE BIG RED -Cornell enters the matchup with an overall record of 6-4 and is 2-1 in Ivy League play this season. -As a team the Big Red is averaging 12.90 goals, which ranks fifth in the Ivy League. It allows an average of 9.60 which ranks second in the conference. -Overall, the Big Red returns 23 letterwinners from last season, while it lost seven. -Cornell brings back its top two point-scorers from last season in Caroline Allen and Tomasina Leska. Allen had a breakout season her sophomore year, leading the team with 47 points on 35 goals and 12 assists. Leska finished the season with 32 points on 27 goals and five assists. -Cornell also returns starting goalkeeper Kate McGahan, who saw an increased workload in her sophomore year. After totaling just over four minutes of action her freshman year, McGahan appeared in all 15 games last season, starting 14. McGahan had the fifth best goals against average (11.87) and save percentage (.432) in the Ivy League. ABOUT YALE -The Bulldogs enter Saturday’s matchup seeking their first Ivy win. Thus far, they are 0-3 in league play, but are 4-1 against non-Ivy opponents. -Yale has three members of its team with 30 or more points on the season. Leading the way is first-year Olivia Penoyer with 38 (23 goals, 15 assists), while Olivia Markert has 33 (21 goals, 12 assists) and Jill Gollob has 30 (28 goals, 2 assists). The Bulldogs’ top six scorers are underclassmen. -The Bulldogs have turned to Amelia Drake and Clare Boone in net this season with both seeing relatively equal playing time. Drake has started all nine contests for the Bulldogs.

Saturday, April 6 Penn at Brown -- 12 p.m. Cornell at Yale -- 12 p.m. Princeton at Dartmouth -- 1 p.m. Columbia at Harvard -- 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 10 UConn at Yale -- 4 p.m. UMass Lowell at Harvard-- 6 p.m. Loyola at Princeton -- 7 p.m.

THE SERIES WITH YALE - Cornell and Yale first met in 1980 with the Big Red holding a slight 21-19 advantage since then. -The Bulldogs have not topped the Big Red since 2007 in a 13-8 decision in New Haven, Conn. -Last season, the Big Red jumped to an early 6-0 lead and never looked back. Tomasina Leska netted a then career-high four goals, while Ida Fairinholt (4 goals) and Joey Coffy (3 goals) each registered multigoal performances as well.

Saturday, April 13 Dartmouth at Penn -- 12 p.m. Yale at Columbia -- 1 p.m. Brown at Cornell-- 1 p.m. Harvard at Princeton -- 1 p.m.

A WIN WOULD… -Mark Cornell’s 13th straight win over the Bulldogs. -Improve Cornell’s win-streak to three games. -Match the season total of wins from last year.

IVY LEAGUE PRESEASON POLL Rk Team (First Place Pts) 1) Princeton (12) 2) Penn (4) 3) Dartmouth 4) Cornell 5) Brown 6) Harvard 7) Columbia 8) Yale

Pts 124 115 96 68 50 47 42 34

ABOUT HEAD COACH JENNY GRAAP ‘86 -Now in her 22nd season directing the Cornell women’s lacrosse program in 2019, Jenny Graap has amassed a record of 206-137 record as the head coach of the Big Red. Prior to returning to her alma matter in 1997, Graap spent four years as the head at George Mason. Her overall record is 226-182. Her 200th win at Cornell came in the form of a 15-7 victory over Binghamton on April 17, 2018. -Under the tutelage of Graap, Cornell has made the Ivy League tournament seven of the nine years it has been held. -Graap guided the Big Red to back-to-back NCAA Tournaments in 2001 and 2002 as well as 2016 and 2017, reaching the semifinals in the 2002 season. The program also made a postseason NCAA appearance in 2006. Graap has led the team to postseason play 10 times and has won at least 10 games nine times as well. -The 2017 Ivy League Coach of the Year, Graap has also been named IWLCA National Coach of the Year in 2002, the IWLCA Northeast Coach of the Year in 2002, 2006 and 2016 and the Inside Lacrosse Northeast Coach of the Year 2006. BIG RED REWIND -The Big Red finished last season with an overall record of 7-8 and posted an Ivy mark of 2-5. The Big Red finished fifth in the Ivy League, narrowly missing the Ivy League Tournament for the first time in seven years. -Two of its losses in conference play last season were decided by one goal. NEW ADDITIONS -The Big Red recently added two new members to its squad: freshman Gillis Frechette and senior Smita Nalluri. -Frechette, also a member of the women’s hockey team, will play attack. Her sister Finley is also on both the women’s lacrosse and

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hockey teams will be joining the team now that the hockey season is finished. -Nalluri was formerly a member of the women’s cross country and track and field teams and will play goalkeeper. MARK IT WITH A ‘C’ -The 2019 team is led by three captains: senior Sarah Phillips along with juniors Caroline Allen and Mary Kate Bonanni. -Phillips, a second year captain, ended last season with a fivegame point streak. In her junior year, Phillips started all 15 games and ranked fifth on the team in points (24), sixth in goals (14) and second in assists (10). -A Second Team All-Ivy League selection last season, Allen led the team in points (47), goals (35) and assists (12). The Ardmore, Pennsylvania, product ended the regular season ranked 15th in the nation in free position goals per game (1.13) and 21st in free position percentage (.607) in addition to tying the school record for free position goals in a season (17). -Bonanni proved to be a strong spot on the Big Red’s defensive unit last season. The Liverpool, New York, native started all but one game for Cornell in her sophomore campaign. Bonanni caused 10 turnovers and matched her freshman year total with 15 groundballs. LAST TIME OUT -The Big Red topped Rutgers, 15-7, on Tuesday behind a balanced offensive attack. Overall Cornell had seven members find the back of the net, while three had hat tricks. -Grace Paletta, Caroline Aleen and Tomasina Leska each put up three goals. For Paletta it tied her career high. ALL IN ON ALLEN -Junior Caroline Allen leads the team 40 points thus far on the season. -Allen tallied a then career-high five goals and added three assists for a total of eight points, which was also a career-high against Villanova. The junior captain responded with a six-point performance the following week against Penn State. -Allen set a new career high against Columbia with six goals on March 9. -Since the beginning of last season, Allen has record at least three points in a total of 17 games, with eight of those games coming this season. -She enters Saturday’s matchup with a total of 94 career points with 67 goals and 27 assists. WALSH STEPPING UP -Ellie Walsh has already more than quadrupled her season total of points from last season. -The sophomore midfielder has 19 points this season compared to her four from last year. -The Bronxville, New York, native even surpassed her point-total from last year in a single game, when she had a career-high five points against Colgate on March 5. -Walsh is second on the team in assists this season with 10.

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2019 NCAA RANKINGS INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS Free Position Percentage 84 Caroline Allen Free Position Goals Per Game 20 Caroline Allen Goals Per Game 51 Sarah Phillips Goals Against Average 9 Katie McGahan Save Percentage 16 Katie McGahan

.476 1.00 2.80 8.55 .497

TEAM RANKINGS Win Percentage 43 Cornell .600 Scoring Defense 22 Cornell 9.60 Scoring Offense 48 Cornell 12.90

PHILLIPS FILLING THE STAT SHEET -Senior attacker Sarah Phillips has recorded at least four points in six of the Big Red’s 10 contests this season. -The second-year captain registered her 100th career point last against Binghamton on March 27. -Phillips netted four goals against both Penn State and Harvard, which tied her then-career high. She then surpassed that total with six goals against Marist on March 11. Phillips again reach the sixgoal mark against Binghamton. PALETTA PROVIDING POINTS -Grace Paletta has consistently find the score sheet. The sophomore from Greenwich, Connecticut, is second in goals scored with 14. -Paletta has seven multipoint games on the season. -Against Rutgers, Paletta tied her career high in points (4) and goals (3). STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE -Five of the teams on its 2019 slate competed in the 2018 NCAA tournament: Princeton, Penn, Penn State, Stony Brook and Syracuse. -The same five received a ranking in the 2019 Inside Lacrosse Preseason Poll. -Thus far the Big Red is 0-3 against the only ranked opponents this season, but two of the games were decided by two goals or fewer.

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PRESEASON POLL -The Big Red was projected to finish fourth in the Ivy League preseason poll released on Feb. 7. -The three teams that were selected to finish above Cornell – Princeton, Penn and Dartmouth – all finished with a ranking in last season’s final regular season IWLCA Division I Coaches Poll.

IVY RANKINGS INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS Free Position Percentage 7 Caroline Allen Free Position Goals Per Game 3 Caroline Allen Goals Per Game 7 Sarah Phillips Goals Against Average 1 Katie McGahan Save Percentage 2 Katie McGahan

LESKA HEATING UP -Senior attacker Tomasina Leska had a career day against her hometown-team Binghamton on March 27. The Vestal, New York, native registered a career-high six goals and added an assist to set a new career high in points with seven. All seven of her points came in the first half. -Leska surpassed her season output of goals in the first 29:42 of the contest when she netted her sixth tally of the contest. Coming into the game she had five on the season. -Leska responded by putting up three goal against Rutgers in the following game. She’s now registered nine goal in the last two contests.

.476 1.00 2.80 8.55 .497

TEAM RANKINGS Win Percentage 4 Cornell .600 Scoring Defense 2 Cornell 9.60 Scoring Offense 5 Cornell 12.90

NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK -Cornell added a total of nine new members to its roster this season. -With an incoming class of seven freshmen, the Big Red also added a sophomore transfer from Boston University in Reilly Fletcher in addition to junior Colby Gallagher who is a member of the varsity squash team. -The seven freshmen who joined the squad are: Natalie Hughes, Ciara Frawley, Ashleigh Gundy, Genevieve DeWinter, Jen Rogers, Olivia Tuma and Shannon Brazier. SISTER, SISTER -The 2019 squad features sisters Natalie and Grace Paletta. Both of their parents were athletes at Cornell. -Their father, Stephen, was an All-American lacrosse player and captained the Big Red’s 1987 national runner-up team. Their mother, Christine, was an All-Ivy gymnast. -Natalie played for Greenwich High School while Grace had her prep career at Convent of the Sacred Heart. -They also have a sister, Carolyn, who played on Brown’s women’s lacrosse team.

CORNELL ALL-TIME RECORD BOOK Free-Position Goals in a Season 1. Cari Hills (1998) Caroline Allen (2018) 3. Amie Dickson (2017) 4. Kristy Gilbert (2017) Caroline Salisbury (2012) Sarah Averson (2002) 8. Katherine Simmons (2007) 9. Shannon McHugh (2009) 10. Ida Farinholt (2017) Taylor Reed (2017) Libby Johnson (2009) Jessica Wiegand (2009) Sarah Averson (2003) Ginny Miles (1999)

17 17 13 12 12 12 11 10 9 9 9 9 9 9

Free-Position Goals in a Career 1. Cari Hills (1995-98) 2. Shannon McHugh (2009-12) Sarah Averson (2000-03) 4. Katherine Simmons (2004-08) 5. Libby Johnson (2008-11) Lindsay Toppe (2012-15) 7. Caroline Salisbury (2010-13) 8. Taylor Reed (2015-18) 9. Kristy Gilbert (2014-17) Jaimee Reynolds (1999-02)

37 28 28 27 26 26 25 24 23 23

Draw Controls in a Season 1. Sarah Hefner (2014) 2. Caroline Salisbury (2013) 3. Amie Dickson (2015) 4. Catie Smith (2017) Maddie Kiep (2016) Charlotte Schmidlapp (2008) 7. Sarah Hefner (2013) 8. Shannon McHugh (2012) Tissy O’Connor (2009) Jaimee Reynolds (2000) 11. Amie Dickson (2017) Joey Coffy (2016)

68 51 49 47 47 47 44 43 43 43 42 42

Draw Controls in a Career 1. Sarah Hefner (2012-15) 2. Amie Dickson (2014-17) 3. Jaimee Reynolds (1999-02) 4. Cari Hills (1995-98) 5. Margaux Viola (2004-07) 6. Tissy O’Connor (2007-10) 7. Katie Kirk (2009-12) 8. Charlotte Schmidlapp (2005-08) 9. Taylor Reed (2015-18) 10. Joey Coffy (2015-18)

159 145 141 110 104 103 101 97 96 94

ALL IN THE FAMILY -Along with the Paletta’s, several other team members have familial connections to Cornell. -Sarah Phillips is the seventh member of her family to attend Cornell. Her grandfather, John, and father, Andy, both played lacrosse for the Big Red. -Lucy Pedlow’s cousin, George, is a member of the men’s soccer team. -Reilly Fletcher’s brother, Connor, is a junior on the men’s lacrosse team. UP NEXT The Big Red returns to Schoellkopf Field fwhen it takes on Brown at 1 p.m. next Saturday.

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2019 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

2019 CORNELL WOMEN’S LACROSSE ROSTER No. Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 32 33 44 99

Hannah O’Reilly Tomasina Leska Alicia O’Neil Natalie Hughes Ciara Frawley Lucy Pedlow Ellie Walsh Ashleigh Gundy Genevieve DeWinter Mary Kate Bonanni Grace Paletta Sarah Phillips Finley Frechette Isabel Zachara Jen Rogers Ally Tetreault Taylor Lis Natalie Paletta Linnea Begley Hanna Tadie Olivia Jensen Shannon Bertscha Jessica Gay Caroline Allen Reilly Fletcher Gillis Frechette Olivia Tuma Shannon Brazier Colby Gallagher Ava Anderson Samantha Nielsen Katie McGahan Hailey Andress

Pos.

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

Ht.

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

Year

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

Hometown/High School

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

No. Name

South Salem, N.Y./John Jay HS Vestal, N.Y./Vestal High School Berwyn, Pa./The Agnes Irwin School Malvern, Pa. /Academy of Notre Dame Yorktown Heights, N.Y./Yorktown HS Charlotte, N.C./Charlotte Country Day School Bronxville, N.Y./Bronxville HS Southampton, N.Y./The Shipley School Greenwich, Conn. /Greenwich HS Liverpool, N.Y./Cicero-North Syracuse HS Greenwich, Conn./Convent of the Sacred Heart Manhasset, N.Y./Manhasset HS Weston, Mass./St. Paul’s School Summit, N.J./Summit HS Stratham, N.H/Exeter HS Longmeadow, Mass./Longmeadow HS Princeton, N.J./Princeton HS Greenwich, Conn./Greenwich HS Morristown, N.J./Morristown HS Hamilton, Va./Loudoun Valley HS Bronxville, N.Y./Bronxville HS Roseland, N.J./West Essex HS Suffern, N.Y./Suffern HS Ardmore, Pa./Academy of Notre Dame Newtown, Pa./The Lawrenceville School Weston, Mass./St. Paul’s School Villanova, Pa./The Episcopal Academy Stony Brook, N.Y./Ward Melville HS Haverford, Pa./The Episcopal Academy Verona, N.J./Verona HS Darien, Conn./Darien HS Atlanta, Ga./The Westminster Schools Wallingford, Pa./The Agnes Irwin School

24 32 99 19 22 10 29 9 26 5 13 30 23 8 4 21 2 17 44 33 3 1 11 18 6 12 15 20 16 28 7 14

Caroline Allen Ava Anderson Hailey Andress Linnea Begley Shannon Bertscha Mary Kate Bonann Shannon Brazier Genevieve DeWinter Reilly Fletcher Ciara Frawley Finley Frechette Colby Gallagher Jessica Gay Ashleigh Gundy Natalie Hughes Olivia Jensen Tomasina Leska Taylor Lis Katie McGahan Samantha Nielsen Alicia O’Neill Hannah O’Reilly Grace Paletta Natalie Paletta Lucy Pedlow Sarah Phillips Jen Rogers Hannah Tadie Ally Tetreault Olivia Tuma Ellie Walsh Isabel Zachara

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Jenny Graap ‘86 (22nd season) Assistant Coaches: Bill Olin (third season); Margaret Corzel (third season)

BIG RED BREAKDOWN The Big Red 34-player roster includes:

BY STATE

BY CLASS

SENIORS (6) Attack (3): Shannon Bertscha, Tomasina Leska, Sarah Phillips, Defense (2): Hannah O’Reilly, Natalie Paletta Goalkeepers (2): Samantha Nielsen, Smita Nalluri JUNIORS (7) Attack (1): Isabel Zachara Midfield (1): Caroline Allen Defense (4): Mary Kate Bonanni, Lucy Pedlow, Taylor Lis, Colby Gallagher Goalkeeper (1): Katie McGahan SOPHOMORES (12) Attack (4): Ava Anderson, Finley Frechette, Olivia Jensen, Ally Tetreault Midfield (4): Alicia O’Neil, Grace Paletta, Ellie Walsh, Reilly Fletcher Defense (3): Linnea Begley, Jessica Gay, Hanna Tadie Goalkeeper (1): Hailey Andress FRESHMEN (8) Attack (1): Olivia Tuma, Gillis Frechette Midfield (5): Natalie Hughes, Ciara Frawley, Genevievie DeWinter, Jen Rogers, Shannon Brazier Defense (1): Ashleigh Gundy

NEW HAMPSHIRE (1) Jen Rogers

CALIFORNIA(4) Smita Nalluri

CONNECTICUT(4) NEW JERSEY(5) Linnea Begley Genevieve DeWinter Taylor Lis Samantha Nielsen Shannon Bertscha Grace Paletta Isabel Zachara Natalie Paletta Ava Anderson GEORGIA(1) NEW YORK(10) Katie McGahan Ellie Walsh MASSACHUSETTS(2) Olivia Jensen Mary Kate Bonanni Ally Tetreault Sarah Phillips Finley Frechette Hannah O’Reilly Gillis Frechette Ashleigh Gundy Shannon Brazier NORTH CAROLINA(1) Jessica Gay Lucy Pedlow Tomasina Leska Ciara Frawley

PENNSYLVANIA(7) Caroline Allen Alicia O’Neil Colby Gallagher Natalie Hughes Reilly Fletcher Oliva Tuma Hailey Andress VIRGINIA(1) Hanna Tadie

BY POSITION ATTACK (10) Ava Anderson, Shannon Bertscha, Finley Frechette, Gillis Frechette,Olivia Jensen, Tomasina Leska, Sarah Phillips, Ally Tetreault, Olivia Tuma, Isabel Zachara

DEFENSE (10) Linnea Begley, Mary Kate Bonanni, Colby Gallagher Jessica Gay, Ashleigh Gundy,Taylor Lis, Hannah O’Reilly, Natalie Paletta,Lucy Pedlow, Hanna Tadie

MIDFIELD (9) Caroline Allen, Shannon Brazier, Genevieve DeWinter, Ciara Frawley, Natalie Hughes, Alicia O’Neil, Grace Paletta, Jen Rogers, Ellie Walsh

GOALKEEPER (4) Hailey Andress, Katie McGahen, Smita Nalluri, Samantha Nielsen

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JENNY GRAAP

THE JENNY GRAAP FILE

Head Coach of Women’s Lacrosse 22nd 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 22nd year at the helm in 2018-19, Graap has been honored as the 2002 Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Coach of the Year, the 2006 Inside Lacrosse Magazine Northeast Coach of the Year, the 2017 Ivy League Coach of the Year and a three-time IWLCA Northeast Coach of the Year (2002, 2006, 2016), while developing the Big Red women’s lacrosse program into one of the most successful in the nation. Graap, who accumulated 21 wins in four years at George Mason before taking the reigns at Cornell, has built an Ivy League and national title contender in her first 20 years. She has posted a 200-134 record at Cornell and a 221-178 mark in 24 years as a head coach. She reached her 200th career win in dramatic fashion, defeating Penn, 11-10, on May 8, 2016, to win the Big Red’s first-ever Ivy League Tournament Championship and earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. In her tenure at Cornell, Graap has had 91 All-Ivy selections, 53 IWLCA All-Region selections, 18 IWLCA national All-Americans, three CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, four Ivy League Players of the Year and one national player of the year finalist. Her teams have reached postseason play 10 times since she returned to Cornell and have won at least 10 games nine times as well. The 2017 season was once again one to be celebrated as the team earned a share of the Ivy League regular-season title, made its sixth straight appearance in the Ivy League tournament and made back-to-back trips to the NCAA tournament. The Big Red’s defense was one of the best in the nation, ranking eighth at the conclusion of the season. Following a regular season mark of 11-4, the team earned a spot in the annual league tournament, besting Harvard, 16-11, in the first round before falling to powerhouse Princeton, 12-9, in the championship game. The squad’s season continued with play in the national tournament, making it to the second round after topping Notre Dame 12-7 in the first round. Cornell once again faced league foe Princeton for a spot in the quarterfinals, but the Tigers emerged victorious again, 11-9, to end the Big Red’s season. Several members of the team notched big postseason honors of their season performances. Graap earned the title of the Ivy League Coach of the Year and Catie Smith ’17 was the league’s Defender of the Year. Smith and classmates Amie Dickson and Kristy Gilbert were first-team All-Ivy honorees. Senior Catherine Ellis, junior Taylor Reed and senior Renee Poullott all earned Honorable Mention All-Ivy recognition. Cornell’s three first-team selections were the most for the program since five in 2006. Smith also became a first-team national and regional All-American while Poullott, Dickson and Gilbert notched regional All-American status as well. Three school records were brought down in the 2017 season. Dickson broke the program record for assists in a season with 41, Smith demolished the single season record for caused turnovers with 42 and Poullott became the winningest goalkeeper in program history with 41 victories to her name. 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 14-5. 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 coming 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 (third-team) 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 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.

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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 194-126 career record at Cornell 5 NCAA Tournament Appearances 2001, 2002, 2006, 2016, 2017 1 NCAA Final Four Appearances 2002 1 Ivy League Championship 2006, 2017 (shared) 2 ECAC Championships 2000, 2003 7 Ivy League Tournament Appearances* 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 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 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.

2019 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

BILL OLIN

Assistant Coach of Women’s Lacrosse Third Season 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.

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.

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

MARGARET CORZEL

Assistant Coach of Women’s Lacrosse Third Season at Cornell • UNC Chapel Hill ‘15 Margaret Corzel joined the Cornell women’s lacrosse program as an assistant coach in August 2016. Corzel had a standout playing career at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, winning the 2013 NCAA 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. 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. 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 leadership award presented to student-athletes at UNC. 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. Corzel, at 2015 graduate, was a double major at UNC, earning bachelor degrees in business administration and psychology.

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2019 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

BIG RED CAREER HIGHS

1 Hannah O’Reilly

4 Natalie Hughes

• Caused a career-high four turnovers and tied her previous career high with four groundballs at Columbia. • Second-Team All-Ivy (2018) • Has started in 27 consecutive games, dating back to Apr. 8, 2017 against Brown. • Finished last season third on team in ground balls (20) and tied for four in caused turnovers (10)

• Played four years at midfield at the Academy of Notre Dame, where she served as a team captain her junior and senior years. • Two-time member of the Pennsylvania Area Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association All-Academic Team in 2017 and 2018.

Sr. • D • 5-7 | South Salem, N.Y. • John Jay HS

CAREER HIGHS

Goals: 1 - last 3/17/18 vs. UMass Assists: 1 - 3/12/16 vs. Columbia Points: 2 - 3/12/16 vs. Columbia Ground balls: 4 - last 3/9/19 vs. Columbia Draw controls: 3 - 4/4/17 vs. Binghamton Caused turnovers: 4 - vs. Columbia 3/9/19

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2019 6-6 0 0 0 2018 15-15 1 0 1 2017 19-12 0 0 0 2016 10-0 3 1 4 Totals 50-29 4 1 5

GB DC CT 11 0 10 20 1 10 30 16 11 0 1 1 61 18 32

2Sr. • ATomasina Leska • 5-1 | Vestal, N.Y. • Vestal HS • Registered a career-high three assists and five points against Marist (3/11) • Finished last season second on team in points (32) and goals (27) and was tied for third on the team in groundballs (20). • Scored at least one goal in 14 contests, including nine multi-goal outings last year. • Had two hat tricks and netted career-high four goals against Yale.

CAREER HIGHS

Goals: 6 - 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Assists: 3 - 3/11/19 at Marist Points: 6 - 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Ground balls: 4 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Draw controls: 1 - last at Villanova 2/16/19 Caused Turnovers: 2 - 3/10/18 vs. Columbia

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2019 10-8 14 5 19 2018 15-15 27 5 32 2017 18-9 18 9 27 2016 6-4 8 0 8 Totals 49-36 67 19 86

GB DC CT 17 1 2 20 0 5 10 0 5 1 2 0 48 3 12

3So. • MAlicia O’Neil • 5-8 | Berwyn, Pa. • The Agnes Irwin School • Notched first career start against Harvard. • Found the back of the net on the only two shots she took last year.

CAREER HIGHS

Goals: 1 - last 4/28/18 at Harvard Points: 1 - last 4/28/18 at Harvard Ground balls: 2 - 4/2/19 at Rutgers Draw Controls: 1 - last 3/21/19 vs. Stony Brook Caused turnover: 1 - last 4/2/19 at Rutgers

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2019 6-4 0 0 0 2018 14-1 2 0 2 Totals 20-5 2 0 2

GB DC CT 3 1 3 4 1 3 7 2 6

Fr. • M • 5-5 | Malvern, Pa. • Academy of Notre Dame

CAREER HIGHS

Goals: 3 - 3/5/19 vs. Colgate Assists: 2 - last 3/11/19 at Marist Points: 5 - last 3/5/19 vs. Colgate Ground balls: 4 - 3/23/19 at Penn Draw controls: 7 - 2/23/19 at Penn State Caused turnovers: 1 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton

CAREER STATS

CAREER HIGHS

Year GP-GS 2019 10-10 2018 15-0 Totals 25-10

CAREER STATS

8 Ashleigh Gundy

Ground balls: 1 - 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Draw control: 1 - 2/16/19 at Villanova Caused Turnovers: 1 - 3/2/19 vs. Harvard

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2019 5-0 0 0 0 1 1 1 Totals 5-0 0 0 0 1 1 1

5 Ciara Frawley

Fr. • M • 5-11 | Yorktown Heights, N.Y. • Yorktown HS • Two-time recipient of US Lacrosse All-Academic honors, New York All-Section honors and all-league honors in 2017 and 2018. • Also earned all-league honors in soccer and indoor track and field.

CAREER HIGHS

Draw control: 3 - 3/5/19 vs. Colgate Caused Turnovers: 1 - 3/23/19 at Penn

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2019 8-0 0 0 0 0 3 1 Totals 8-0 0 0 0 0 3 1

6 Lucy Pedlow

Jr. • A • 5-11 | Charlotte, N.C. • Charlotte Country Day School • Appeared in 11 games, picking up one ground ball and controlling eight draws. • Secured career-high five draw controls at Colgate on March 6.

CAREER HIGHS

Goals: 1 - last 3/7/17 vs. Colgate Assists: 1 - 4/4/17 vs. Binghamton Points: 1 - last 3/7/17 vs. Colgate Ground balls: 2 - last 3/23/19 at Penn Draw controls: 5 - 3/6/18 at Colgate Caused Turnovers: 2 - last 3/9/19 at Columbia

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2019 10-10 0 0 0 2018 11-0 0 0 0 2017 13-2 2 1 3 Totals 34-12 2 1 3

GB DC CT 10 0 8 1 8 0 1 14 0 12 22 8

G 9 4 13

A 10 0 10

Pts 18 4 22

GB 11 7 18

DC 24 6 30

CT 6 4 10

Fr. • D • 5-10 | Southampton, N.Y. • The Shipley School • Made her collegiate debut against Colgate (3/5). • Was a five-year member and four-year starter at The Shipley School in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, where she served as a team captain her junior and senior seasons.

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2019 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 0

9 Genevieve DeWinter Fr. • M • 5-8 | Greenwich, Conn. • Greenwich HS

• Twice earned US Lacrosse All-America honors, First Team All-Connecticut honors and First Team All-Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference (FCIAC) honors in 2017 and 2018.

CAREER HIGHS

Goals: 3 - 2/23/19 vs. Penn State Assists: 1 - 4/2/19 at Rutgers Points: 3 - last 3/9/19 at Columbia Ground balls: 2 - last 3/9/19 at Columbia Draw controls: 4- 3/11/19 at Marist Caused turnovers: 4 - 3/5/19 vs. Colgate

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2019 10-7 12 4 16 10 15 8 Totals 10-7 12 4 16 10 15 8

10 Mary Kate Bonnani (C) Jr. • D • 5-7 | Liverpool, N.Y. • Cicero-North Syracuse HS

• Started in 14 games and appeared in all 15, tying for fourth on the team in caused turnovers last season. • Also picked up 15 ground balls. • Tied career highs in ground balls (3, Dartmouth and at Princeton) and caused turnovers (2, at Colgate, Binghamton and Princeton).

CAREER HIGHS

7 Ellie Walsh

So. • M • 5-5 | Bronxville, N.Y. • Bronxville HS • Amassed her point-total from last year in the first four games of the season. • Standout performance thus far came against Colgate when she registered a career-high five points (3g, 2a) • Appeared in all 15 games, scoring four goals on the year with two coming from the free position. • Had seven ground balls, six draw controls and four caused turnovers.

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Ground balls: 4 - 4/2/19 at Rutgers Draw controls: 1 - last 4/8/17 vs. Brown Caused turnovers: 2 - last 4/2/19 at Rutgers

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G 2019 10-10 0 2018 15-14 0 2017 19-16 0 Totals 44-40 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

GB DC 14 0 15 0 15 2 44 2

CT 8 10 7 25

2019 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

11 Grace Paletta

CAREER HIGHS

So. • M • 5-11 | Greenwich, Conn. • Convent of the Sacred Heart • Made season debut against Harvard (3/2) when she registered a goal and an assist. • Had a strong freshman debut, playing in all 15 games and starting in six of them. • Led all rookies in points (15) and goals (13), ground balls (8), caused turnovers (6) and draw controls (21). • Registered goals in eight contests.

CAREER HIGHS

Goals: 3 - 4/7/18 at Brown Assists: 1 - last 3/2/19 at Harvard Points: 4 - 4/7/18 at Brown Ground balls: 2 - last 3/3/18 vs. Penn Draw controls: 7- 2/24/18 at Penn State Caused turnovers: 2 - 3/20/18 vs. Syracuse

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS 2019 8-4 2018 15-6 Totals 23-10

G 14 13 27

A 3 2 5

Pts 17 15 32

GB 3 8 11

DC 6 21 27

CT 1 6 7

• Second year captain • Owns five-game point streak entering the season. • Started in all 15 games last year, ranking fifth on the team in points (24), sixth in goals (14) and second in assists (10). • Added in seven ground balls and two caused turnovers. • Registered at least one point in 13 matches. • Named to All-Ivy Tournament Team in 2017

CAREER HIGHS

Goals: 6 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Assists: 3 - 4/14/18 vs. Dartmouth Points: 6 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Ground balls: 2 - last 3/6/18 at Colgate Caused turnovers: 1 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2019 10-10 28 5 33 4 1 2 2018 15-15 14 10 24 7 0 2 2017 19-12 35 15 50 13 1 2 2016 4-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 48-37 77 30 107 24 2 6

13 Finley Frechette

So. • A • 5-5 | Weston, Mass. • St. Paul’s School • Appeared in one game, seeing action against Syracuse. • Also a member of the women’s hockey team. G A Pts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2019 4-0 1 1 2 2018 11-4 5 1 6 2017 4-0 0 0 0 Totals 18-4 6 2 8

GB DC CT 0 0 1 9 0 1 0 0 0 9 0 2

Fr. • M • 5-5 | Stratham, N.H. • Exeter HS

Sr. • A • 5-6 | Manhasset, N.Y. • Manhasset HS

CAREER STATS

CAREER STATS

15 Jen Rogers

12 Sarah Phillips (C)

Year GP-GS 2019 0-0 2018 1-0 Totals 1-0

Goals: 1 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Assists: 1 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Points: 2 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Ground balls: 2 - last 3/24/18 vs. Yale Caused turnovers: 1 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton

GB DC CT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

• Earned four varsity letters in lacrosse playing for Exeter High School, where she served as a team captain her senior year. • Was twice named an All-American by US Lacrosse in 2017 and 2018, in addition to being named to their all-academic team in her junior year. Assists: 1 - 3/11/19 at Marist Points: 1 - 3/11/19 at Marist

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2019 5-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Totals 5-0 0 1 1 0 0 0

16 Ally Tetreault

So. • A • 5-4 | Longmeadow, Mass. • Longmeadow HS • Appeared in four games, picking up one ground ball against Columbia last year.

CAREER HIGHS

Goals: 2 - 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Points: 2 - 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Ground balls: 1 - last 3/11/19 at Marist Caused Turnovers: 1 - last 3/11/19 at Marist

CAREER STATS

G A Pts 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2

GB DC CT 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1

17 Taylor Lis

Jr. • D/M • 5-9 | Princeton, N.J. • Princeton HS • Appeared in three games, picking up one ground ball at Princeton last year.

CAREER HIGHS

Ground balls: 2 - 2/23/19 vs. Penn State Caused turnovers: 2 - 2/23/19 vs. Penn State

CAREER STATS

14 Isabel Zachara

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2019 10-10 0 0 0 2018 3-0 0 0 0 2017 4-0 0 0 0 Totals 17-10 0 0 0

• Saw her role grow tremendously, starting in four games while appearing in 11 contests overall last season. • Made first-career start against Yale, scoring her first-career goal as well.

18 Natalie Paletta

Jr. • A • 5-3 | Summit, N.J. • Summit HS

Ground balls: 1 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Draw controls: 1 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Caused turnovers: 1 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2019 1-0 0 0 0 2018 8-0 0 0 0 2017 2-0 0 0 0 2016 10-0 0 0 0 Totals 21-0 0 0 0

GB DC CT 6 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 3

Sr. • D • 5-7 | Greenwich, Conn. • Greenwich HS • Appeared in eight games, picking up first-career ground ball at Penn State while also controlling one draw last season.

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GB DC CT 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 2 5 2

19 Linnea Begley

So. • D • 5-8 | Morriston, N.J. • Morristown HS • Appeared in two games in her freshman campaign.

CAREER HIGHS

Ground balls: 1 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Caused turnovers: 2 - 3/16/19 vs. Stony Brook

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS 2019 7-0 2018 2-0 Totals 9-0

CAREER HIGHS

Year GP-GS 2019 5-0 2018 4-0 Totals 9-0

CAREER HIGHS

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

GB 3 0 1

DC 0 0 0

CT 4 0 1

20 Hanna Tadie

So. • D • 5-5 | Hamilton, Va. • Loudoun Valley HS • Did not see game action in her freshman campaign.

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS 2019 1-0 2018 0-0 Totals 1-0

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

GB 0 0 0

DC 0 0 0

CT 0 0 0

21 Olivia Jensen

So. • A • 5-11 | Bronxville, N.Y. • Bronxville HS • Led all rookies in assists (4) and netted one goal. • Picked up two ground balls, caused two turnovers and collected six draw controls.

CAREER HIGHS

Goals: 2 - last 4/2/19 at Rutgers Assists: 2 - last 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Points: 4 - last 3/11/19 at Marist Ground balls: 1 - 2/23/19 vs. Penn State Draw controls: 3 - 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Caused turnovers: 1 - last 2/23/19 vs. Penn State

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS 2019 10-8 2018 12-0 Totals 22-8

G 8 1 9

A 5 4 9

Pts 13 5 18

GB 6 2 8

DC 7 6 13

CT 2 2 4

22 Shannon Bertscha Sr. • A • 5-11 | Roseland, N.J. • West Essex HS

• Made first-career start against Columbia last season. • Also cracked the starting lineup versus UMass and Syracuse.

CAREER HIGHS

Goals: 2 - last 4/2/19 at Rutgers Points: 2 - 3/5/19 vs. Colgate Ground balls: 1 - last 3/9/19 at Columbia Caused turnovers: 1 - last 3/9/19 at Columbia

2019 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2019 10-2 7 0 7 2018 8-3 0 0 0 2017 4-0 0 0 0 2016 0-0 0 0 0 Totals 22-5 7 0 7

GB DC CT 3 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 1

Villanova in the season opener.

Academy, where she was a captain her senior year. • Played club for Philly Blast.

CAREER HIGHS

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2019 2-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0

23 Jessica Gay

29 Shannon Brazier

• Did not see game action in her freshman campaign.

• Four-year member and three-time letterwinner for the Ward Melville girl’s lacrosse program. • Played club for the Long Island Top Guns.

So. • D • 5-8 | Suffern, N.Y. • Suffern HS

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS 2019 0-0 2018 0-0 Totals 0-0

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Fr. • M • 5-10 | Stony Brook, N.Y. • Ward Melville HS

GB 0 0 0

DC 0 0 0

CT 0 0 0

24 Caroline Allen

Jr. • A/M • 5-9 | Ardmore, Pa. • Academy of Notre Dame • Second Team All-Ivy last season • Tied school record for free position goals in a single season (17). • Ended regular season ranked 15th in the nation in free position goals per game (1.13) and 21st in free position percentage (.607). • Had a breakout year, starting in all 15 games and leading the team in points (47), goals (35) and assists (12). • Had three four-goal games (at Penn State, Columbia and at Binghamton).

CAREER HIGHS

Goals: 6 - 3/9/19 at Columbia Assists: 4 - last 2/23/19 vs. Penn State Points: 8 -2/16/19 at Villanova Ground balls: 3 - 3/9/19 at Columbia Draw controls: 8- 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton Caused turnovers: 3 - last 3/9/19 at Columbia

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2019 10-10 27 13 40 2018 15-15 35 12 47 2017 17-2 5 2 7 Totals 42-27 67 27 94

GB DC CT 14 38 9 8 7 5 7 8 2 29 53 16

So. • M/D • 5-10 | Newtown, Pa. • The Lawrenceville School • Transferred to Cornell from Boston University where she played her freshman year. • Started first two games before missing season due to injury. • Her brother, Connor, is a junior midfielder on Cornell’s men’s lacrosse team. Her father Daniel ‘85 is a Cornell alum. • Great uncle, Bob Mealy ’51, is considered one of the best runners in Cornell track history and is a member of the Cornell Athletic Hall of Fame.

CAREER HIGHS

Draw control: 1 - last 3/11/19 at Marist Ground balls: 2 - last 3/23/19 at Penn Caused turnovers: 2 - 3/2/19 vs. Harvard

CAREER STATS

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS Min. GA GAA Saves Pct. GB 2019 10-9 554:24 79 8.55 78 .497 30 2018 15-14 742:50 147 11.87 112 .432 20 2017 3-0 4:15 1 14.12 0 .000 0 Totals 27-22 1241:51 227 10.47 188 .453 50

99 Hailey Andress So. • GK • 5-7 | Wallingford, Pa. • The Agnes Irwin School

Goals: 2 - last 3/11/19 at Marist Assists: 1 - 3/5/19 vs Harvard Points: 3 - 3/5/19 vs Harvard Ground balls: 1 - last 4/2/19 at Rutgers Draw controls: 4 - 3/11/19 at Marist Caused turnovers: 1 - last 3/16/19 vs. Stony Brook

• Appeared in three games, tallying 21:08 of action.

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS Min. 2019 2-1 35:34 2018 3-0 21:08 Totals 3-0 21:08

CAREER HIGHS

Saves: 3 - last 4/17/18 at Binghamton Ground balls: 1 - last 4/28/18 at Harvard

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2019 10-1 5 2 7 6 18 4 Totals 10-1 5 1 7 6 18 4

GA 13 7 7

GAA Saves Pct. GB 21.93 1 .071 1 19.87 0 .000 0 19.87 0 .000 1

30 Colby Gallagher Jr. • D • 5-5 | Wantagh, N.Y. • Wantagh HS

• Joined the women’s lacross programin in the fall • Also a member of the Big Red’s varsity women’s squash team, which she held a 9-8 record with last season

CAREER HIGHS

Ground balls: 1 - 3/27/19 vs. Binghamton

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS G A Pts GB DC CT 2019 1-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 1-0 0 0 0 1 0 0

26 Reilly Fletcher

Year GP-GS G A Pts 2019 10-10 0 0 0 2018 2-2 0 0 0 Totals 12-12 0 0 0

CAREER HIGHS

Saves: 18 - 2/17/18 vs. Villanova Ground balls: 4 - 4/2/19 at Rutgers

GB DC CT 7 3 7 0 0 1 7 3 8

28 Olivia Tuma

Fr. • A • 5-6 | Villanova, Pa. • The Epsicopal Academy • Four-year member of the lacrosse team at The Episcopal

32 Ava Anderson So. • A • 5-3 | Verona, N.J. • Verona HS

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS 2019 4-0 2018 0-0 Totals 4-0

G 2 0 2

A 0 0 0

Pts 2 0 2

GB 0 0 0

DC 0 0 0

CT 0 0 0

33 Samantha Nielsen Sr. • GK • 5-6 | Darien, Conn. • Darien HS • Appeared in six games, earning a start at Binghamton. • Played a total of 151:53, making 12 saves.

CAREER HIGHS

Saves: 3 - last 4/17/18 at Binghamton Ground balls: 1 - last 4/28/18 at Harvard

CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS 2019 3-0 2018 6-1 2017 3-0 2016 2-0 Totals 14-1

Min. GA 9:40 4 151:53 24 23:47 3 15:55 1 198:54 28

GAA 24.83 9.48 7.57 3.77 8.80

Saves Pct. GB

2 12 2 2 18

.500 .333 .400 .667 .364

0 5 0 2 7

44 Katie McGahan Jr. • GK • 5-6 | Atlanta, Ga. • The Westminster Schools • Was the go-to goalkeeper, playing in all 15 games and starting in 14. • Made career-high 18 saves in her first-career start against

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2019 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

The Last Time It Happened

CORNELL’S 2019 RECORD WHEN...

W L

FOR CORNELL

Win against a ranked team.............................................................March 19, 2017 vs. No. 4/5 USC (at Boston University), W 11-10 20 or more goals...........................................................................................................23, March 27, 2015 vs. Binghamton, W 23-5 17 goals........................................................................................................................23, March 27, 2015 vs. Binghamton, W 23-5 8 goals in a half..................................................................................................Second Half (9), 7, April 2, 2019 at Rutgers, W 15-7 Overtime win....................................................................................................................... March 6, 2018 at Colgate, W 11-10 (OT) Double overtime win........................................................................................................March 17, 2018 vs. UMass, 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.................................................................................. March 6, 2018 at Colgate, W 11-10 (OT) Overtime win at a neutral site...........................................................................................March 17, 2018 vs. UMass, W 11-10 (2OT) Win at a neutral site..........................................................................................................March 17, 2018 vs. UMass, W 11-10 (2OT) A player scored three goals.................................... Caroline Allen, Tomasinal Leska, Grace Paletta, April 2, 2019 at Rutgers, W 15-7 A player scored four goals.................................................. Tomasina Leska, Sarah Phillips March 27, 2019 vs. Binghamton, W 23-5 A player scored five goals................................................... Tomasina Leska, Sarah Phillips March 27, 2019 vs. Binghamton, W 23-5 A player scored six goals..................................................... Tomasina Leska, Sarah Phillips March 27, 2019 vs. Binghamton, W 23-5 A player had four assists......................................................................................Caroline Allen, March 31, 2018 vs. Rutgers, W 14-9 A player had five assists.................................................................................. Amie Dickson, March 11, 2017 at Columbia, W 14-11 35 shots in a game.....................................................................................................................35, April 2, 2019 at Rutgers, W 15-7 No goals allowed in a half............................................................................................. Second half, March 4, 2017 at Penn, W 10-4 6 different players scored in a game.............................................................................................7, April 2, 2019 at Rutgers, W 15-7 7 different players scored in a game.............................................................................................7, April 2, 2019 at Rutgers, W 15-7 8 different players scored in a game................................................................................9, March 27, 2019 vs. Binghamton, W 23-5 9 or more different players scored in a game...................................................................9, March 27, 2019 vs. Binghamton, W 23-5

AGAINST CORNELL

20 goals..............................................................................................................................April 18, 2007 at No. 10 Syracuse, L 9-22 15 goals..............................................................................................................(15) April 21, 2018 at No. 18/20 Princeton, L 10-15 10 goals.................................................................................................................................... (14) April 7, 2018 at Brown, L 13-14 8 goals in a half...................................................................................First Half (11), March 16, 2019 vs. No. 17 Stony Brook, L 2-14 Overtime win...................................................................................................... April 22, 2017 vs. No. 7/8 Princeton, L 11-12 (2OT) Overtime win at Schoellkopf............................................................................... April 22, 2017 vs. No. 7/8 Princeton, L 11-12 (2OT) 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..................................................................... Ellie Carson, 5; April 14, 2018 vs. No. 17 Dartmouth, L 10-19 35 shots in a game............................................................................................... 35, March 16, 2019 vs. No. 17 Stony Brook, L 2-14 No goals allowed in a half...........................................................................First half, March 16, 2019 vs. No. 17 Stony Brook, L 2-14

GENERAL

Cornell played in the NCAA Tournament.....................................................................................................................................2017 Cornell played in the Final Four..................................................................................................................................................2002 Cornell won an Ivy League Regular-Season Championship...................................................................................2017 (shared title) Cornell won an Ivy League Tournament Championship..............................................................................................................2016

Overall

6 4

in Ivy League play in non-conference play

2 4

1 3

at home on the road at a neutral site

3 3 0

2 2 0

leading at halftime trailing at halftime tied at halftime

5 1 0

0 4 0

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

5 1 0

3 1 0

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

0 0 1 5

2 1 0 1

scoring first the opposition scores first

2 4

0 4

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

4 0 2

3 0 1

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

2 0 4

2 1 1

leading in caused turnovers 3 caused turnovers are even 1 opposition leads in caused turnovers 2

1 1 2

in February in March in April

0 5 1

2 2 0

on Friday on Saturday on Monday on Tuesday on Wednesday

0 2 1 2 1

0 4 0 0 0

in overtime

0

0

vs. BIG EAST vs. America East vs. Big Ten vs. ACC vs. Patriot League vs. MAAC

0 1 1 0 1 1

1 1 1 0 0 0

vs. team ranked in IWCLA Poll* 0 vs. team ranked in Inside Lacrosse Poll* 0 *—at time of game

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2019 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 6-4 2-1 4-3

2019 Statistics Date Feb 16 Feb 23 * Mar 02 Mar 05 * Mar 09 Mar 11 Mar 16 * Mar 23 Mar 27 Apr 02

Opponent at Villanova #10 PENN STATE HARVARD COLGATE at Columbia at Marist #17 STONY BROOK at #6 Penn BINGHAMTON at Rutgers

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game A ssi st s Free position Made-Att Free position pct. MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES Goals-Opportunities Conversion Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Man-up Man-down Fre e - p osi t i on Unassisted O v e rt i me Goals scored average GROUND BALLS DRAW CONTROLS TURNOVERS CAUSED TURNOVERS CLEARS Clear Pct. PENALTIES N umb e r Minutes ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

L L W W W W L L W W

Score 12-13 12-14 11-5 14-6 12-9 18-12 2-14 10-11 23-5 15-7

Att. 267 283 115 79 317 147 128 346 173 202

COR

OPP

129-320 12.90 .403 226-320 .706 32.0 49 27-65 .415

96-256 9.60 .375 175-256 .684 25.6 45 23-55 .418

4-0 .000

2-0 .000

129 4 2 27 80 0 12.90 164 133 149 89 173-212 .816

96 2 0 23 51 0 9.60 167 110 169 91 161-194 .830

0 0:00

0 0:00

778 5/156 0/0

1279 5/256

HOME 3-2 1-0 2-2 ## PLAYER 12 Phillips, Sarah 24 Allen, Caroline 2 Leska, Tomasina 11 Paletta, Grace 9 D eW inter, G enevieve 7 Walsh, Ellie 21 Jensen, Olivia 22 Bertscha, Shannon 29 Brazier, Shannon 32 Anderson, Ava 16 Tetreault, Ally 14 Zachara, Isabel 5 Frawley, Ciara 15 Rogers, Jen 28 Tuma, Olivia 33 Nielson, Samantha 3 O'Neil, Alicia 23 Gay, Jessica 13 Frechette, Finley 20 Tadie, Hanna 18 Paletta, Natalie 8 Gundy, Ashleigh 30 Gallagher, Colby 99 Andress, Hailey 44 McGahan, Katie 26 Fletcher, Reilly 19 Begley, Linnea 17 Lis, Taylor 10 Bonanni, Mary Kat 6 Pedlow, Lucy 4 Hughes, Natalie 1 O'Reilly, Hannah

Total Opponents

AWAY 3-2 1-1 2-1 GP G 10 28 10 27 10 14 8 14 10 12 10 9 10 8 10 7 10 5 5 2 5 2 5 1 8 0 5 0 2 0 3 0 6 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 5 0 4 0 1 0 2 0 10 0 10 0 7 0 10 0 10 0 10 0 5 0 6 0 10 129 10 96

## Goalie GP 44 McGahan, Katie 10 99 Andress, Hailey 2 33 Nielson, Samantha 3 Total 10 Opponents 10

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

5 13 5 3 4 10 5 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 49 45

Min. 554:46 35:34 9:40 600:00 600:00

33 40 19 17 16 19 13 7 7 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 178 141

79 13 4 96 129

1st 2nd Total

Saves by Period Cornell Opponents

1st 2nd Total

42 58

66 36 37 39

Shots by Period Cornell Opponents

168 152 135 121

Shots on Goal Cornell Opponents

121 105 102 73

11

1 1 0 0 0 0 2 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 4 2

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

GB

4 14 17 3 10 11 6 3 6 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 30 7 3 6 14 10 1 11 164 167

GA GAAvg Save

Goals by Period Cornell Opponents

63 60

Sh Up Dn

49 66 36 32 26 42 19 20 15 2 2 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 320 256

8.54 21.93 24.83 9.60 12.90

76 1 2 79 97

DC

1 38 1 9 15 24 7 0 18 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 133 110

TO

CT

11 2 11 9 12 2 7 1 17 8 18 6 11 2 8 1 3 4 1 0 0 1 3 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 3 3 10 7 1 4 5 3 4 8 3 8 3 1 1 10 149 89 169 91

Pct

.490 .071 .333 .451 .429

W-L-T

5-3-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 5-4-0 4-5-0

129 96 79 97

1st 2nd Total

320 256

1st 2nd Total

226 175

2019 Women’s Lacrosse Game Notes

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