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November 8, 2012

 

 

 

2012 Rhode Island College Womenís Soccer Season Summary
(3-11 Overall; 1-6 in the Little East Conference)

 

Providence, R.I.-First-year Head Coach Crystal Labossiereís team finished the 2012 season with a 3-11 overall record and a 1-6 (seventh place) mark in the Little East Conference. The Anchorwomen snapped a 13-game Little East losing streak in the clubís, 3-2, win at Plymouth State on Oct. 20.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior midfielder Sarah Fagan (West Kingston, RI) closed out her career having played in 58 games, starting all of them. A two-time captain, she totaled three goals for six points in four seasons with the Anchorwomen.

 

 

 

As a senior in 2012, she played in 14 games as both a midfielder and a defender, starting all of them. One of the teamís two captains, Fagan was one of four Anchorwomen to start every game of the 2012 season. She tallied one goal for two points on the year, scoring on a penalty kick in the clubís, 5-1, loss to Keene State on Oct. 13.

 

 

 

As a junior in 2011, she played in 17 games, starting all of them. Fagan notched a pair of goals, including the game-winner on a penalty kick in the season opener against Wheelock on Sept. 2. One of the teamís two captains, she finished the season with four points.

 

 

 

As a sophomore in 2010, she played in 12 games, starting all of them. After being sidelined by injury for five games, Fagan helped the Anchorwomen make a late run and finish the season with a winning record.

 

 

 

As a freshman in 2009, she played in 15 games, starting all of them.

 

 

 

She is a nursing major and a 2009 graduate of South Kingstown High School.

 

 

 

Junior defender Cassy Arines (West Warwick, RI) played in 14 games, starting 13 of them. She posted one assist, the first of her career, for one point, which came in RICís 5-0, win over Mitchell College on Sept. 8.

 

 

 

Junior defender Lauren Bartlett (Coventry, RI) was named Second Team All-Little East and team MVP. She played in 14 games, starting all of them. One of the teamís two captains, Bartlett was one of four Anchorwomen to start every game of the 2012 season. A stalwart in the defensive unit, Bartlett tallied a pair of assists for two points on the year. She set up a goal in the clubís, 5-0, win over Mitchell on Sept. 8 and another in an 8-2 loss to Salve Regina on Sept. 11.

 

 

 

Junior forward Johnna Magiera (Coventry, RI) played in 12 games, starting three of them. She registered one goal on the season for two points.

 

 

 

Junior defender Sam Nolte (Cranston, RI) played in 11 games as both a defender and a midfielder, starting nine of them. She recorded one assist, the first of her career, for one point, which came in the clubís, 5-1 loss to Keene State on Oct. 13.

 

 

Junior defender Sara Sands (Minot, ME) played in 13 games, starting nine of them.

 

Sophomore goalkeeper Ashlyn Cleary (Tiverton, RI) saw action in three games. She made two saves and allowed two goals in 22:49 of action. She owned a .500 save percentage and a 7.89 goals against average.

 

Sophomore goalkeeper Audrey Maia (Norton, MA) played in 14 games, starting all of them. She was one of four Anchorwomen to start in every game of the 2012 season. Maia finished with a 3-11 record to go along with 138 saves, a .738 save percentage, one shutout and a 3.53 goals against average in 1,250:24 minutes of action. Maia was named the Little East Conference Goalkeeper of the Week in early October after tallying a career-high 19 saves in a 2-0 loss to Western Connecticut on Oct. 6.

 

Sophomore midfielder Lauren Maisano (Bristol, RI) played in six games, starting all of them, before an injury sidelined her for the remainder of the season. She was one of the main offensive weapons for the Anchorwomen, tallying two goals and two assists for six points.  Maisano had one goal and two assists in the clubís, 5-0, win over Mitchell on Sept. 8.

 

Sophomore midfielder Jenna Pareí (Tiverton, RI) played in 11 games, starting four of them.

 

Sophomore forward Danielle Peloquin (Pawtucket, RI) played in 13 games, starting all of them. She was the top scoring threat for Rhode Island College, netting a team-high seven goals for 14 points. Peloquin netted a trio of game-winning goals, including an overtime score in RICís, 4-3, victory over Becker on Oct. 3.

 

Sophomore forward Megan Saucier (Freetown, MA) played in 13 games as both a midfielder and a forward, starting six of them. She finished the season with one goal and one assist for three points. Saucier scored in the teamís, 5-0, win over Mitchell on Sept. 8.

 

Sophomore defender Harmony Tillison (Cranston, RI) played in 13 games as a defender and a midfielder, starting 12 of them.

 

Freshman midfielder Kryslin Caldarone (Warwick, RI) appeared in one game as a reserve until her season was cut short due to injury.

 

Freshman defender Samantha Caruso (Cranston, RI) played in 12 games, starting one of them.

 

Freshman forward Charissa Champagne (North Providence, RI) appeared in nine games as a reserve.

 

Freshman midfielder Chelsea Combs (Ashford, CT) played in 14 games, starting all of them. She was one of four Anchorwomen to start in every game of the 2012 season. Combs tallied three goals and an assist for seven points, which ranked third on the team. She netted her first collegiate score in an 8-2 loss to Salve Regina on Sept. 11.

 

Freshman forward Michaela Ferri (Cranston, RI) appeared in eight games as a reserve.

 

Freshman forward Ashley Fontaine (North Smithfield, RI) played in nine games, starting three of them.

 

Freshman midfielder Ryley Slater (West Warwick, RI) played in 14 games, starting seven of them. She tallied one assist, the first of her career, for one point, which came in a 4-3 win over Becker College on Oct. 3.

 

Freshman forward Gabrielle Turner (Smithfield, RI) played in 14 games, starting 12 of them. She posted a team-high five assists to go along with four goals for 13 points, which ranked second on the team. Turner notched her first career goal and her first career assist in a 5-0 win against Mitchell on Sept. 8. She was one of just seven Anchorwomen to play in all 14 games this season and was named the Little East Conference Rookie of the Week once on the season.