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July 24, 2008

 

2007 Rhode Island College Womenís Soccer Season Summary

(10-9-1 Overall; 4-3-0 in the Little East Conference)

Providence, R.I.óHead Coach Denis Chartierís (Career Record: 24-17-1, .583) team finished the 2007 season with a 10-9-1 overall record and a 4-3 (fourth place) mark in the Little East Conference.

 

Senior defender Mallary Bileau (Woonsocket, RI) closed out her career as an Anchorwoman, having played in 75 career games, starting 73 of them. She notched one assist for one point.

 

As a senior in 2007, she was named  Second Team All-Little East Conference. She played in 17 games, starting all of them. Bileau recorded her first collegiate point with an assist in the season-opening, 2-2, tie vs. St. John Fisher on Aug. 31.

 

As a junior in 2006, she was named Second Team All-Little East Conference. She played in 22 games, starting 21 of them.

 

As a sophomore in 2005, Bileau played in 18 games, starting all of them.

 

As a freshman in 2004, she was named the teamís MVP. She played in 18 games, starting 17 of them.

 

She is a psychology major and a 2004 graduate of Woonsocket High School.

 

Senior midfielder Michaela Bileau (Woonsocket, RI) closed out her career having played in 74 games, starting 66 of them. She totaled seven goals and four assists for 18 career points, which ranks 19th all-time at RIC.

 

As a senior in 2007, she played in 17 games, starting all of them.

 

As a junior in 2006, Bileau played in 20 games, starting 19 of them. She had one assist for one point.

 

As a sophomore in 2005, she played in 18 games, starting all of them. She had three goals and one assist for seven points.

 

As a freshman in 2004, Bileau played in 19 games, starting 12 of them. She had four goals and two assists for ten points.

 

She is a psychology major and a 2004 graduate of Woonsocket High School.

 

Senior forward Gina Calenda (Warren, RI) leaves RIC having played in 79 games, starting 45 of them. She totaled 32 goals and 18 assists for 82 career points. She is second all-time at RIC in career goals and points, while ranking third in assists.

 

As a senior in 2007, she played in 20 games, starting six of them. Calenda totaled five goals and four assists for 14 points. She was tied for the team lead in goals, was tied for second in points, while tying for fourth on the club in assists.

 

As a junior in 2006, Calenda was named Second Team All-Little East Conference. She played in 22 games, starting 16 of them. Calenda paced the Anchorwomen with 25 points, while ranking second with nine goals and seven assists.

 

As a sophomore in 2005, she played in 18 games, starting 13 of them. She was tied for the team lead with seven goals and 18 points while also adding four assists. Calenda was named the Little East Conference Womenís Soccer Offensive Player of the Week once on the season.

 

As a freshman in 2004, Calenda was named Second Team All-Little East Conference. She played in 19 games, starting 10 of them. She had three assists, and led the team in goals with 11, and points, with 25. Her 11 goals and 25 points were new program records for a freshman, surpassing Alexis Bouchardís 2001 rookie campaign of 10 goals and 23 points. Calenda was named the Little East Conference Rookie of the Week once on the season.

 

She is a nursing major and a 2004 graduate of Mt. Hope High School.

 

Senior forward Jessica Cardinal (Harrisville, RI) leaves RIC having played in 73 career games, starting 31 of them. She totaled 13 goals and five assists for 31 career points. Cardinal is 11th all-time at RIC in career markers, while ranking 13th in points.

 

As a senior in 2007, she played in 20 games, starting 18 of them. Cardinal registered four goals and two assists for 10 points. She was tied for fourth on the team in goals, while ranking fifth in points.

 

As a junior in 2006, Cardinal played in 21 games, starting two of them. She logged an assist in the decisive victory, 9-0, over UMass Boston on Sept. 23.

 

As a sophomore in 2005, she played in 18 games, starting eight of them. She had five goals and one assist for 11 points.

 

As a freshman in 2004, Cardinal played in 14 games, starting three of them. She had four goals and one assist for nine points. She was named the Little East Conferenceís Rookie of the Week once on the season.

 

She is a business management major and a 2004 graduate of Burrillville High School.

 

Senior defender Kerry Donahue (Rehoboth, MA) leaves RIC having played in 76 career games, starting 71 of them. She totaled three goals and five assists for 11 career points.

 

As a senior in 2007, she was named First Team All-Little East Conference. She was also named the womenís soccer teamís MVP. She played in 20 games, starting all of them. Donahue logged three goals and one assist for seven points on the season.

 

As a junior in 2006, Donahue played in 22 games, starting all of them, the only player on the team to accomplish that feat. She handed out the assist on the game-winning goal in RICís, 2-1, win over Salve Regina on Sept. 26.

 

As a sophomore in 2005, she played in 18 games, starting 17 of them. She had two assists for two points.

 

As a freshman in 2004, Donahue played in 16 games, starting 12 of them. She had one assist for one point.

 

She is an early childhood education major with a concentration in special education and a 2004 graduate of Dighton-Rehoboth High School.

 

Senior forward Brittney Godbout (Cranston, RI) closed out her two-year career as an Anchorwoman having played in 39 games, starting 30 of them. She totaled 14 goals and 10 assists for 38 points. Godbout is 10th in goals, 11th in points and 13th in assists all-time at RIC.

 

As a senior in 2007, she was named Second Team All-Little East Conference. She played in 18 games, starting 17 of them. Godbout tied for the team lead with five goals, while ranking second with 14 points.  She tied for fourth on the team with four assists. Godbout scored the game-winning goal in RICís, 1-0, win at Keene State on Oct. 6.

 

As a junior in 2006, Godbout was named Second Team All-Little East Conference. She played in 21 games, starting 13 of them. She was tied for second on the squad in goals (9) and points (24), while ranking fourth in assists (6). Godbout was named the Little East Conference Offensive Player of the Week after registering 10 points, on four goals and two assists, during the week ending Sept. 17.

 

Prior to coming to RIC, she spent two seasons at the Community College of Rhode Island.

 

As a sophomore in 2005, she was named All-Region XXI. Godbout played in 17 games, recording six goals and seven assists for 19 points.

 

As a freshman in 2004, Godbout played in six games, recording seven goals and six assists for 20 points.

 

She is an elementary education major with a concentration in special education and a 2004 graduate of Cranston High School East.

 

Senior midfielder Abby Hummel (North Kingstown, RI) closed out her two-year career as an Anchorwomen having played in 32 games, starting nine of them. She totaled eight goals and three assists for 19 points, which ranks 18th all-time at RIC.

 

As a senior in 2007, she played in 12 games, starting seven of them. Hummel totaled four goals and one assist for nine points. She was tied for fourth on the team in goals, while tying for sixth in points. Hummel recorded the game-winning goal in four of RICís 10 wins this fall, notching the deciding marker against Plymouth State (3-2) on Oct. 13, Eastern Connecticut (1-0) on Oct. 20, Salem State (4-0) on Oct. 24 and Plymouth State (3-2) again in the first round of the Little East Tournament on Oct. 30.

 

As a junior in 2006, Hummel played in 20 games, starting two of them. She had four goals and two assists for 10 points. She scored a season-high four points, heading in a pair of goals, in a 3-2 overtime loss against Westfield State on Oct. 17. Hummel also scored a goal in the ECAC Tournament game at Brandeis.

 

Prior to coming to RIC, she played two seasons at the Community College of Rhode Island.

 

As a sophomore in 2004, she was named All-Region XXI and to the NSCAA All-Northeast Region All-Star Team. Hummel played in six games, recording eight goals and three assists for 19 points.

 

As a freshman in 2003, she played in eight games, recording six goals and four assists for 16 points.

 

She is a justice studies major and a 2003 graduate of Toll Gate High School.

 

Senior forward Lindsay Laurie (Cranston, RI) closed out her two-year career as an Anchorwoman, having played 39 games, starting 23 of them. Laurie registered 12 goals and six assists for 30 career points. She ranks 12th in goals and 14th in points all-time at RIC.

 

As a senior in 2007, she was named First Team All-Little East Conference. She played in 18 games, starting 17 of them. She led the team with 15 points, tied for first with five goals and was tied for second with five assists. Laurie logged two game-winning goals, notching the deciding marker in back-to-back contests as RIC downed UMass Boston (4-1) on Sept. 15 and Salve Regina (5-1) on Sept. 20.

 

As a junior in 2006, she played in 21 games, starting six of them. She had seven goals and one assist for 15 points. She ranked second on the team with three game-winning goals, was fourth in goals and fifth in points. Laurie scored the decisive marker in the season-opening victory against Fontbonne University, while also netting game-winners against Framingham State and Wesleyan University.

 

Prior to coming to RIC, Laurie played two seasons at the Community College of Rhode Island.

 

As a sophomore in 2005, she was named All-Region XXI and a NSCAA Second Team All-American. She played in 17 games, notching 21 goals and 10 assists for 52 points.

 

As a freshman in 2004, she played in eight games, registering 11 goals and four assists for 26 points.

 

She is a criminal justice major and a 2004 graduate of Veterans High School.

 

Senior midfielder Krista MacKinnon (Exeter, RI) closed out her four-year career as an Anchorwoman, having played in 78 career games, starting 71 of them. MacKinnon totaled 11 goals and 26 assists for 48 career points. She ranks second in assists, seventh in points and 13th in goals all-time at RIC.

 

As a senior in 2007, she was named Second Team All-Little East Conference. She played in 20 games, starting all of them. MacKinnon posted two goals and five assists for nine points. She was tied for second on the club with five assists.

 

As a junior in 2006, she played in 21 games, starting 19 of them. She tied for the team lead in assists (8), while also scoring a goal for 10 points. MacKinnon turned in three games with multiple assists.

 

As  a sophomore in 2005, she was named First Team All-Little East Conference and team MVP. She played in 18 games, starting all of them. MacKinnon had six goals and six assists for 18 points. Her assist and point totals tied team-highs.

 

As a freshman in 2004, she played in 19 games, starting 14 of them. She had two goals and seven assists for 11 points.

 

She is an elementary education major with a concentration in special education and a 2004 graduate of Exeter-West Greenwich High School.

 

Senior defender Mandy McGuire (Wakefield, RI) closed out her two-year career as an Anchorwoman having played in 27 games, starting 25 of them.

 

As a senior in 2007, she played in 10 games, starting nine of them.

 

As a junior in 2006, she played in 17 games, starting 16 of them.

 

Prior to coming to RIC, she played two seasons at the Community College of Rhode Island.

 

As a sophomore in 2005, McGuire played in 14 games.

 

As a freshman in 2004, she played in three games, earning two assists for two points.

 

She is a physical education/health major and a 2003 graduate of South Kingstown High School.

 

Junior midfielder Kayla Fleming (Pawtucket, RI) played in 20 games, starting 15 of them. She had one assist for one point.

 

Junior goalkeeper Krissie Pyzynski (Bristol, CT) appeared in 10 games, starting nine of them. She was 3-4-1 with a 2.41 goals against average, 35 saves and a .648 save percentage in 711 minutes of action.

 

Sophomore defender Danielle Gelinas (Dayville, CT) played in 10 games, starting one of them.

 

Sophomore midfielder Christina Tavana (Middletown, CT) played in 11 games, starting all of them. She had one goal for two points.

 

Freshman midfielder Rebecca Corregan (Mendham, NJ) played in 14 games, starting five of them. She recorded two assists for two points.

 

Freshman midfielder Chelsea Creamer (Coventry, RI) played in 16 games, starting 14 of them. She had two goals and seven assists for 11 points. Creamer led the team in assists and was fourth in points. Her seven helpers were tied for the sixth-most in a season in RIC history. She was named the Little East Conference Rookie of the Week once on the season.

 

Freshman midfielder Kristina Haughey (Lincoln, RI) played in 19 games, starting three of them. She registered four goals and one assist for nine points. Haughey was tied for fourth on the team in goals and sixth in points. She scored the game-winning goals in RICís, 4-1, win over Johnson & Wales on Sept. 4 and 2-0 victory at Westfield State on Oct. 16.

 

Freshman forward Ashley Jordan (North Attleboro, MA) played in 17 games, starting two of them. She had two goals for four points. Jordan scored the game-winning goal in RICís, 2-1, win over Wesleyan on Oct. 3.

 

Freshman midfielder Alicia Lardaro (Peace Dale, RI) played in 11 games.

 

Freshman forward Sarah Majewski (Woonsocket, RI) played in four games.

 

Freshman goalkeeper Maddie Pirri (Bristol, RI) appeared in 13 games, starting 10 of them. She was 7-5 with four shutouts to go along with a 1.07 goals against average, 79 saves and a .868 save percentage in 1,011 minutes of action. Her 1.07 GAA is a new RIC record for a single season. Pirri was named the Little East and ECAC Defensive Player of the Week once on the season, while earning LEC Rookie of the Week honors once.

 

Freshman defender Hilary Plourde (Uncasville, CT) played in seven games, starting one of them.

 

Freshman forward Sadhana Yoder (North Attleboro, MA) played in seven games. She had one assist for one point.

 

Freshman goalkeeper Kelly Young (Narragansett, RI) appeared in three games, starting one of them. She owned a 2.88 goals against average and a .727 save percentage, while making eight saves in 94 minutes of action.

 

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