S: Geneseo Women's Lacrosse 2011
FC: Geneseo Lacrosse 2011
1: 2011 Women's Lacrosse Preview Head coach Carly Ritchlin (Cortland '01) enters her eighth season as the coach of the Knights squad with a career record of 76-34 after going 8-8 in 2010. The women finished fourth during the regular season with a 5-3 record in SUNYAC, before losing to top-seeded Cortland in the semifinals of the conference tournament. Geneseo needs to replace the graduated attacker Abby Hungerford, who was second team All-ECAC Upstate and first team All-SUNYAC after posting 54 goals and 14 assists for 68 points, but does return second team All-SUNYAC choice Anna Hutchings (Syracuse/Westhill), who scored 37 goals and 14 assists for 51 points from her center position as a junior in 2010 and stands 15th in career scoring with 91 points. In 2010, Hutchings led the Blue Knights in groundballs (49) and draw controls (67). Ritchlin's starting attack includes senior Lauren Burgoon (Syracuse/West Genesee), who netted 18 goals and a team-high 16 assists for 34 points and stands 17th on the career chart with 76 points, first year Caroline Buonocore (Syracuse/Westhill) and senior Casie Damore (Brightwaters/Bay Shore), who moves to attack from the midfield. First year Meredith Weber (Bellport) should see significant playing time. In the midfield, sophomore Lea Paris (Henrietta/Rush Henrietta) slides back from attack to attack wing after netting 18 goals and two helpers in 2010 and first year Emily Haggerty (Syracuse/Westhill), a second team All-CNY pick, complements Paris in the offensive midfield. Junior Kim Magee (Fairport) and sophomore Rachel Petrone (Rochester/Penfield) start the season as the defense wings but are threats offensively as Petrone had 32 points on 29 goals and three assists, while Magee had 16 goals and two helpers for 18 points. Junior Johanna Trupp (Brightwaters/Bay Shore) and seniors Cassie Broton (Liverpool) and Megan Blaich (Syracuse/Westhill) vie for playing time and should provide adequate support for the starting forward and midfield group. Ritchlin's defense is strong as junior Christine Morra (Baldwinsville/C.W Baker) and sophomore Jenna Theofield (East Northport/Northport) are returning starters and first year Bridget McGovern (Yorktown Heights/Lakeland), who was second team All-Region and second team All-SUNYAC this fall for the SUNYAC champion Geneseo field hockey team, joins the starting group. First years Helen Fields (Oceanside) and Kylie Caesar (Delmar/Bethlehem) should see playing time on defense. In the net, senior goaltender Annie Smith (Rochester/Penfield) posted a 11.26 goals against and a .440 save percentage in 2010, however, sophomore Julie Bernatzky (Mt. Sinai) pushes for the starting job. Senior Julia O'Brien (Huntington/Walt Whitman), sophomore Jen Costanza (Webster/Schroeder) and first years Caitlin Lally (Clarence) and Caitlin King (Wading River/Shoreham-Wading River) add to the attack. Senior Kelly Smith (Levittown/MacArthur) provides leadership in the midfield and juniors Michelle Donovan (Hauppauge) and Cristina Bisono (Hauppauge) and first year Ali Laskay (Islip) will provide depth on the defensive end. The Knights open up their season in Orlando, Florida against Sweet Briar College on Sunday March 15 and have their home opener on Wednesday, March 23 versus Utica College at Honeoye Falls-Lima High.
2: Athlete of the Week Name: Anna Hutchings Year: Senior High School: Westhill Hometown: Syracuse, NY Sport: Women's Lacrosse Hutchings scored eight goals and two assists with 16 draw controls and seven groundballs in a 3-0 week as the Blue Knights extended their win streak to seven games. .
3: Sunday, March 13, 2011 The women's lacrosse team bolted to a 17-1 lead at halftime on the way to a 24-2 victory over Sweet Briar in their season opener at the Disney Complex in Orlando, Florida. Senior Anna Hutchings, junior Johanna Trupp and first year Caroline Buonocore each collected three goals and one assist to lead the attack. Senior Annie Smith made two saves and allowed one goal in the first half, while sophomore Julie Bernatzky made two saves and allowed one goal in the second half. Geneseo takes on Wheaton (Mass.) College on Tuesday in Orlando. | Tuesday, March 15 First year Caroline Buonocore scored seven goals to lead the Geneseo women's lacrosse team to a 21-7 win over Wheaton (Mass.) College on Tuesday in Orlando, Florida. Senior Anna Hutchings and sophomore Rachel Petrone netted four goals each with Hutchings winning five draw controls and Petrone handing out one assist. First year Meredith Weber scored a pair of goals and senior Lauren Burgoon dished out two assists as Geneseo jumped out to a 15-3 lead at half and out-shot Wheaton, 45-22. Senior Annie Smith went the distance in goal, making nine saves in posting the win. Geneseo is 2-0 and takes on Utica College on Wednesday at Honeoye Falls-Lima High School at 4 p.m.
4: Wednesday, March 30 @ Honeoye Falls Lima vs St Lawrence First year Caroline Buonocore scored five goals with four draws and three groundballs and senior Anna Hutchings scored three goals with two assists to lead the #22 Geneseo women's lacrosse team to a 16-4 win over visiting St. Lawrence at Honeoye Falls-Lima High School this afternoon. St. Lawrence scored the opening goal of the game, but the Blue Knights scored four straight on their way to a 9-2 lead at intermission. First year Emily Haggerty scored two goals with one assist, while senior Lauren Burgoon and sophomores Lea Paris and Rachel Petrone netted a goal and an assist apiece. Seniors Casie Damore and Megan Blaich and junior Kim Magee scored single tallies. Senior Annie Smith picked up the win in nets by making 13 saves as the Blue Knights remain unbeaten at 4-0. Geneseo travels to Fredonia on Tuesday to begin SUNYAC play.
6: Tuesday, April 5 @ Fredonia The Geneseo women's lacrosse team remained unbeaten on the season (5-0/1-0 SUNYAC) by recovering from an early 7-0 deficit to defeat host Fredonia by a score of 11-9. The Blue Devils exploded after the opening draw and netted the seven goals in the initial 12 minutes of the contest. Geneseo's Anna Hutchings capped an 8-1 run by tying the game at eight with four seconds left in the opening half. In the second stanza, first year Caroline Buonocore scored at 3:27 to give Geneseo a 9-8 lead and classmate Emily Haggerty converted for a 10-8 lead with 18:32 remaining. After Fredonia cut the lead with 8:22 left, Geneseo worked the clock until senior Casie Damore, who led the way with three goals and one assist, got the insurance tally with 44 seconds left. Hutchings and Buonocore finished two goals and three draw controls each, Haggerty scored twice and sophomore Lea Paris dished a pair of assists. Sophomore Rachel Petrone and Meredith Weber netted single goals and junior Johanna Trupp added three groundballs and two draws. Senior Annie Smith stopped 11 shots in posting the win in nets. Geneseo hosts Rochester on Thursday at 4 p.m.
7: SUNYAC Lacrosse The State University of New York Athletic Conference announced the 2011 SUNYAC Women's and Men's Lacrosse All-Conference teams on Monday, May 9. The Geneseo women's lacrosse team placed three players on the team, highlighted by first year attack Caroline Buonocore earning SUNYAC Rookie of the Year and first team All-SUNYAC recognition. Senior midfielder Anna Hutchings claimed first team and junior defender Johanna Trupp notched second team. Buonocore led Geneseo to a 12-4 mark with 78 points on a single season record 73 goals and five assists in becoming Geneseo's first SUNYAC Rookie of the Year in women's lacrosse, while Hutchings added 46 points on 33 goals and 13 assists with a school record 87 draw controls and a team-high 21 caused turnovers. Trupp scored three goals and one assist with 28 groundballs and 12 draw controls.
8: Thursday, April 7 @ Geneseo for Anna’s bday---Thomas came too and we all did dinner! The Geneseo women's lacrosse team scored 14 consecutive goals to close out the first half on the way to a 22-5 victory over the visiting Rochester Yellowjackets this afternoon. The Blue Knights raced to a 5-1 lead before the Yellowjackets closed the gap to 5-4 in the opening half. First year Caroline Buonocore netted six goals with three groundballs to lead Geneseo and senior Anna Hutchings collected two goals, two assists and seven draw controls. First year Emily Haggerty had five points on two goals and three helpers, sophomore Rachel Petrone had three goals and one assist and junior Kim Magee contributed three scores. Senior Megan Blaich came off the bench for two goals, one assist, sophomore Lea Paris added a pair of goals and Cassie Broton and Julia O'Brien netted a goal each. Senior Annie Smith allowed the four goals in the first half, while sophomore Julie Bernatzky allowed one goal and made four saves in the second half. Geneseo remains unbeaten at 6-0 on the season and hosts Potsdam on Saturday at 1 p.m.
9: Saturday April 9 Potsdam @ Geneseo Tailgate after and out with the girls at night!! First year Caroline Buonocore scored five goals with one assist to lead the Geneseo women's lacrosse team to their seventh straight victory by a score of 19-7 over visiting Potsdam as the Blue Knights led 7-0 with 18:45 left in the first half on Buonocore's second goal. Senior Anna Hutchings netted four goals with six draw controls and senior Lauren Burgoon scored four times for the Blue Knights. Senior Casie Damore scored two goals and one assist, senior Cassie Broton came off the bench to hand out three assists and first year Emily Haggerty scored two goals with three draws. Sophomore Rachel Petrone and senior Julia O'Brien scored one goal each. Senior Annie Smith posted the win in goal by making nine saves and allowing six goals in 48:06, while Julie Bernatzky stopped six shots and allowed one goal in 11:54 of action. Geneseo is 7-0 on the season and hosts Brockport on Tuesday at 4 p.m.
10: Tuesday, April 12 vs. Brockport Out to dinner @ Embers with Burgoons The Brockport Golden Eagles outscored Geneseo by a count of 8-1 over the final 19 minutes to stun the 20th-ranked Blue Knights, 12-9. Brockport's Carly Motondo scored the opening two goals of the game, but Geneseo first year Caroline Buonocore netted three of her four goals in the first half, including one with 37 seconds left, as Geneseo led 4-3 at the intermission. In the second period, Brockport tied the game just 2:25 into the half, but the Blue Knights responded with four straight goals to take an 8-4 lead with 22:56 left. Sophomore Sarah Brown scored three goals and one assist to lead Brockport and Motondo finished with three scores. Seniors Anna Hutchings and Lauren Burgoon scored two goals each with the former collecting six draw controls. Senior Jamie Kaminsky made five saves to post the win in goal for the Golden Eagles and senior Annie Smith made eight saves in the loss for Geneseo. The Blue Knights are 7-1 overall and 2-1 in SUNYAC and host Utica on Wednesday at 4 p.m.
11: Wednesday, April 13 (make up game against Utica originally scheduled for 3/23) The Geneseo women's lacrosse team, ranked 20th in the latest IWLCA Division III poll, scored 11 unanswered goals on the way to a 12-1 win over visiting Utica College in a game that was called due to poor field conditions with 11:41 to play. First year Caroline Buonocore scored three goals and senior Anna Hutchings and first year Meredith Weber added two goals and one assist apiece. Sophomore Lea Paris and first year Emily Haggerty chipped in with a goal and an assist, while Rachel Petrone, Casie Damore and Megan Blaich scored once each. Senior Annie Smith picked up the win in nets by making six saves. The Blue Knights are 8-1 and travel to Oneonta on Saturday.
12: Westhill grads power Geneseo's women's lacrosse Rochester, NY May. 5, 2011 | Written by Jim Mandelaro Staff writer When it comes to the SUNY Geneseo women's lacrosse team, there's only one thing better than having a Syracuse Westhill graduate on the team. Having three. The Blue Knights (12-3) are ranked 22nd nationally and play top seed and host Cortland in a SUNYAC Tournament semifinal on Friday afternoon. Geneseo's top three scorers are Westhill alums: Freshman attack Caroline Buonocore has a school-record 73 goals and 77 points — two shy of the school mark. She is third in NCAA Division III with 4.87 goals per game. Senior midfielder Anna Hutchings has 33 goals and 13 assists and a team-high 83 draw controls. She's fourth in NCAA Division III with 5.53 per game and is Geneseo's career leader with 229. Freshman midfielder Emily Haggerty is third in scoring with 28 goals and has a team-best 14 assists. Knights coach Carly Ritchlin is a Penfield and SUNY Cortland graduate with no ties to Westhill — well, none before she recruited the Terrific Trio. "One led to the other," she says. "Anna went out of her way to make sure she made a connection with the others, with an overnight visit and talking to them about our program." The three players bring different positives. "Anna has been our team MVP the past two years," Ritchlin says. "She does everything I ask of her and leads by example. "Caroline is just a raw athlete. She's by far the best freshman we've had in terms of scoring. And Emily is so versatile. She's one of our top defenders and plays the whole field." There's actually a fourth Westhill graduate on the team. Senior midfielder Megan Blaich has eight goals and three assists.
13: Saturday April 16 @ Oneonta Sue was visiting!! (Dad had to work) The Geneseo women's lacrosse team raced to an 8-1 halftime lead and cruised to a 17-10 victory over host Oneonta as first year Caroline Buonocore scored six goals with six groundballs and two draw controls to pace the attack. Senior Anna Hutchings scored two goals, collected nine draw controls and scooped eight groundballs in the contest, sophomore Lea Paris added three goals and sophomore Rachel Petrone had a goal and two assists. Senior Lauren Burgoon scored twice and senior Annie Smith made three saves to post the win in nets as the Blue Knights advance to 9-1 overall and 3-1 in SUNYAC. Geneseo hosts conference rival Buffalo State on Tuesday at 4 p.m.
14: "[Buonocore]'s leading the team in scoring, but there are four or five other goal scorers. It's that versatility. You can't just shut down one person." Senior Anna Hutchings is second on the team with 22 goals and five assists. She's the center, a captain and a leader on both offense and defense. Like Buonocore she's a Westhill alum. "She's one of those girls that just doesn't have a bad game," Ritchlin said. The Blue Knights start just four seniors but return seven starters, including a bunch of sophomores like Rachel Petrone (13 goals, seven assists, 17 ground balls) and Lea Paris (11 points, 14 ground balls, 16 draw controls), who saw extended time as freshmen. "At the end of the day it's their coachability," Ritchilin said. "I've been able to do things with this team that I've never done before. They're very adaptable." Geneseo lost its first game Tuesday, 12-9 to conference rival Brockport (6-3). This time the Knights couldn't hold off the comeback, as Brockport erased an 8-4 second half deficit. After Brockport took the lead with six straight goals, Buonocore scored with 7:51 remaining to make it 10-9. Brockport's Dayna Piraino, who also had three assists, scored her only goal to make it 11-9 one minute later, and Sarah Brown followed her third goal of the game to seal the victory. That a game between Geneseo and Brockport, which received an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament last season, featured two teams that have been ranked in the top 20 shows how far the SUNYAC has come. Cortland has won 12 straight conference titles, but this is no longer a one team league. "When I started at Geneseo you knew it was Cortland every year and no one else was even coming close," Ritchlin, who played at Cortland, said. "Now it's a battle every single game. It's good to get that recognition for the conference." | Geneseo's Rise in Rankings Signals Struggle for SUNYAC Supremacy by Mark Macyk LaxMagazine.com Check the top of the Division III women's scoring list and you'll see a familiar name. Curry's Ashley Hansbury leads all players with 5.91 goals per game. That's to be expected. The senior became Division III's all-time leading scorer Saturday. The name right below Hansbury, however, is a bit more surprising. Before Tuesday's games, Geneseo's Caroline Buonocore had 5.13 points per game, good for second in Division III. Last season, while Hansbury was wrapping up a second straight Commonwealth Coast Conference Player of the Year award, Buonocore was still playing at Syracuse-area Westhill High. "To have a freshman come in and play at the level she has is incredible," said Geneseo coach Carly Ritchlin. "She could easily play Division I. We always bring in good freshman, but she's a step above." Buonocore's rapid ascension up the leader board mirrors that of her new team. No. 20 Geneseo (7-1) opened the season with seven straight victories and cracked the national rankings for the first time in program history this week. The Blue Knights have gone 7-0 before, but never against the caliber of opponents they faced this season. They beat William Smith for the first time, 16-15, took down St. Lawrence 15-7 after losing there last season and won at Fredonia, 11-9, which had won eight of nine. The William Smith game was especially impressive. The Herons were ranked No. 19 at the time and erased a four-goal deficit in the second half. Geneseo weathered the storm and Buonocore won the game with an eight-meter shot and 25 seconds remaining. Geneseo led Division III with 18.43 goals per game, before Tuesday's 12-9 loss to Brockport. Last year the Knights topped 15 goals just four times. "A lot of it has been that we're able to be a fast break team and just run down and get good shots off," Ritchlin said.
15: Friday April 22, 2011 Buff State @ Geneseo The Buffalo State Bengals allowed five straight goals over a 3:23 span to trail 11-10 with six minutes to play but Kendyl Clarkson fed Jenn Shaddock with 5:22 to go and assisted the game-winner by Molly Seifritz with 1:04 remaining to defeat the host #22 Geneseo Blue Knights by a score of 12-11. First year Caroline Buonocore scored three of her season-high seven goals during the late run by the Blue Knights and sophomore Lea Paris netted two goals to pace Geneseo. Senior Anna Hutchings dished out two assists with eight draw controls, while senior Lauren Burgoon and first year Emily Haggerty added one goal each. Senior Annie Smith stopped 14 shots in taking the loss for Geneseo. Junior Karen Shaddock led Buffalo State with four goals and one assist and senior Ashley O'Brien made 10 saves, including a game-saving stop on a free position attempt with 32 seconds left. Geneseo falls to 9-2 overall and 3-2 in SUNYAC and hosts New Paltz on Saturday at 11 a.m.
16: Saturday April 23 SENIOR DAY Anna gets clocked in the head TWICE. First year Emily Haggerty scored five goals and senior Cassie Broton came off the bench to net four goals with one assist in leading the #22 Geneseo women's lacrosse team to an 18-5 win over visiting New Paltz. Senior Lauren Burgoon and first year Caroline Buonocore scored two goals with one assist each and sophomore Rachel Petrone scored one goal, collected six draw controls and scooped six groundballs. Senior Anna Hutchings had a goal and an assist with two draws and senior Megan Blaich, senior Casie Damore and sophomore Lea Paris scored one goal apiece. Senior Annie Smith made 12 saves and allowed five goals in 43:32 of action and sophomore Julie Bernatzky made three saves in 16:28 of play. Geneseo advances to 10-2 overall and 4-2 in SUNYAC and travels to Oswego on Tuesday.
18: Tuesday, April 26 @ Oswego (dodged a huge storm in Syracuse!) Gail and Christy were in attendance! First year Caroline Buonocore scored six goals in the game and set a school record for goals in a season with 64 in leading the visiting Geneseo women's lacrosse team to an 18-7 win over Oswego. Buonocore surpassed Maggie Morris '09, who scored 62 goals in 2009, by netting her fifth goal of the game with 2:07 left in the first half. Geneseo scored the final six goals of the first half to take an 11-4 lead and completed a 10-0 run with the initial four goals of the second half to take a commanding 15-4 advantage. First year Emily Haggerty scored two goals, dished four assists and scooped five groundballs for the Blue Knights and senior Anna Hutchings scored one goal and one assist with nine draw controls. Sophomore Lea Paris added two goals, one assist, first year Meredith Weber scored a pair of goals and seniors Megan Blaich and Lauren Burgoon had a goal and an assist. Senior Annie Smith made eight saves and allowed five goals in 48:02 of action and sophomore Julie Bernatzky allowed two goals and made one save in 11:58 of play. The Knights advance to 11-2 overall and 5-2 in SUNYAC and travel to RIT on Thursday.
20: Thursday April 28, 2011 @ RIT Sooooooooo Windy!!!!! First year Emily Haggerty scored four goals and dished out three assists to lead the Geneseo women's lacrosse team past host RIT, 20-10. First year Caroline Buonocore added five goals and senior Anna Hutchings contributed three goals, two assists, six draw controls and six groundballs. Geneseo trailed 2-0 before embarking on an 8-0 run on their way to a commanding 14-6 lead at intermission. Senior Lauren Burgoon had three goals and one assist, while sophomore Rachel Petrone and senior Casie Damore netted two goals each. Senior Annie Smith allowed six goals in 30 minutes of the first half, while sophomore Julie Bernatzky made three saves and allowed four goals in 30 minutes of the second half. Geneseo advances to 12-2 on the season and travels to Cortland on Saturday.
22: April 30, 2011 @ Cortland Mary and Fegan came, we went to the Hollywood restaurant afterwards! The Geneseo women's lacrosse team faced #4 Cortland this afternoon and lost to the host Red Dragons by a score of 18-13. The Blue Knights trailed 11-4 at the intermission, but drew within three goals at 15-12 with 9:12 remaining on a goal by sophomore Rachel Petrone. Cortland would reclaim the advantage by netting three consecutive scores to put the game away. First year Caroline Buonocore scored four goals, all in the second half, and sophomore Lea Paris added four scores to lead Geneseo. Senior Anna Hutchings scored two goals and one assist with five draw controls, while Emily Haggerty and Meredith Weber netted one goal each and senior Lauren Burgoon dished out two assists. Geneseo converted on just 5 of 12 free position chances, while Cortland posted an 8-9 efficiency from the eight-meter arc. Senior Annie Smith made five saves in taking the loss as Geneseo falls to 12-3 overall and 5-3 in SUNYAC. The Blue Knights return to Cortland on Friday as the #4 seed in the SUNYAC Tournament and face the Red Dragons for the second time in a six-day span.
24: 5/6/11 Friday afternoon SUNYAC WOMEN'S LACROSSE TOURNAMENT The top-seeded and nationally fourth-ranked Cortland Red Dragons (17-1) completed the first half on an 12-3 run to take a 14-6 intermission lead on the way to a 23-8 win over fourth-seeded SUNY Geneseo in the semifinals of the SUNYAC Women's Lacrosse tournament this afternoon. Sophomores Lea Paris and Rachel Petrone and first year Emily Haggerty scored early in the game to give the Blue Knights a 3-2 lead, but Cortland took over the first half and cruised to the victory. Petrone finished with three goals, Paris and Haggerty scored twice each to pace Geneseo. Senior Casie Damore scored one goal and senior Anna Hutchings collected four draw controls. Cortland held Geneseo leading scorer Caroline Buonocore to just one assist on the afternoon. Senior Annie Smith got the start in goal and allowed 19 goals with three saves in 38:41, while Julie Bernatzky came on and stopped four shots and allowed three scores in 21:19. Geneseo finishes the season at 12-4, while Cortland plays the winner of #2 Buffalo State and #3 Brockport in Saturday's championship game.
26: IWLCA announces All-Region Teams The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association announced the members of the All-Region teams on Thursday, May 19 and the Geneseo Blue Knights had two representatives as first year Caroline Buonocore and senior Anna Hutchings each received their first regional recognition. Buonocore earned first team All-Empire Region after leading Geneseo with 78 points on a school record 73 goals and five assists. Buonocore's 4.56 goals per game ranked sixth in NCAA Division III statistics. The Geneseo career leader in draw controls, Hutchings garnered second team All-Empire Region after netting 33 goals and 13 assists with 87 draw controls, which ranked seventh in NCAA Division III play at 5.44 per contest. | SUNYAC Announces Lacrosse All-Stars The State University of New York Athletic Conference announced the 2011 SUNYAC Women's and Men's Lacrosse All-Conference teams on Monday, May 9. The Geneseo women's lacrosse team placed three players on the team, highlighted by first year attack Caroline Buonocore earning SUNYAC Rookie of the Year and first team All-SUNYAC recognition. Senior midfielder Anna Hutchings claimed first team and junior defender Johanna Trupp notched second team. Buonocore led Geneseo to a 12-4 mark with 78 points on a single season record 73 goals and five assists in becoming Geneseo's first SUNYAC Rookie of the Year in women's lacrosse, while Hutchings added 46 points on 33 goals and 13 assists with a school record 87 draw controls and a team-high 21 caused turnovers. Trupp scored three goals and one assist with 28 groundballs and 12 draw controls.
27: The 2011 Summary In 2011, Geneseo posted a record of 12-4 for Ritchlin. The Blue Knights, who won seven straight to open the season, finished with a SUNYAC fourth-place record of 5-3 and lost in the SUNYAC semifinals to top-seeded Cortland, taking all four of their losses in the competitive SUNYAC. First year Caroline Buonocore exploded on the scene by scoring a school record 73 goals (sixth in NCAA Division III) with five assists for 78 points on her way to IWLCA first team All-Empire Region, SUNYAC Rookie of the Year and first team All-SUNYAC honors. Senior Anna Hutchings claimed second team All-Empire Region and first team All-SUNYAC after scoring 33 goals and 13 assists with a school record 87 draw controls (seventh in Division III). Junior defender Johanna Trupp garnered her first All-SUNYAC recognition with a second team selection after scooping 28 groundballs, collecting 12 draws and forcing 11 turnovers. Geneseo had five other players surpass the 20-point mark for the season as first year Emily Haggerty scored 44 points on 30 goals and a team-high 14 helpers, sophomore Rachel Petrone netted 22 goals and 11 assists, senior Lauren Burgoon added 18 goals and 13 assists, sophomore Lea Paris scored 22 goals and seven helpers and senior Casie Damore collected 17 goals and three assists. Defensively, sophomore Jenna Theofield, junior Christine Morra and first year Bridget McGovern helped limit opponents to 9.30 goals per game. Senior Annie Smith started all 16 games, posting a 10.03 goals against average with a .459 save percentage in playing 784 of 948 minutes, while sophomore Julie Bernatzky turned in a 5.83 goals against with a .600 save percentage in 164 minutes over eight appearances. Petrone and Haggerty received SUNYAC All-Tournament recognition.