FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

 

 

November 13, 2013

 

 

 

2013 Rhode Island College Womenís Soccer
Season Summary

(5-11-1 Overall; 1-6 in the Little East Conference)

 

Providence, R.I.-Head Coach Crystal Labossiereís (Career record: 8-22-1) team finished the 2013 season with a 5-11-1 overall record and a 1-6 (eighth place) mark in the Little East Conference.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior midfielder Cassy Arines (West Warwick, RI) wrapped up her four-year career at Rhode Island College having played in 57 games, starting 40 of them. A two-sport athlete who was utilized as both a defender and a midfielder for the Anchorwomen, she totaled one assist for one point.

 

 

 

As a senior in 2013, she played in 13 games, starting 11 of them, and served as one of the two team captains.

 

 

 

As a junior in 2012, she played in 14 games, starting 13 of them. Arines posted one assist, the first of her career, for one point, which came in RICís 5-0, win over Mitchell College on Sept. 8.

 

 

 

As a sophomore in 2011, she played in 18 games, starting 15 of them.

 

 

 

As a freshman in 2010, she played in 12 games, starting one of them.

 

 

 

Arines, who also stars for the RIC womenís lacrosse team, is a psychology and sociology major and a 2010 graduate of Veterans High School.

 

 

 

Senior defender Lauren Bartlett (Coventry, RI) closed out her career with the Anchorwomen having played and started in 32 games. A two-time team captain, she compiled two assists for two points during her three-year tenure.

 

 

 

As a senior in 2013, Bartlett was named Second Team All-Little East for the second straight season. One of the teamís three captains, she started 16 games on the year for the Anchorwomen and was a core member of the Rhode Island College defensive unit.

 

 

 

As a junior in 2012, Bartlett named Second Team All-Little East. 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, she tallied a pair of assists for two points on the year. Bartlett 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.

 

 

 

In 2011, Bartlett played in two games, starting two of them, before missing the remainder of the season due to an injury. She was granted a medical hardship waiver.

 

 

As a sophomore in 2010, Bartlett played in 13 games for the Community College of Rhode Island. She posted one goal and one assist for three points. She also spent her freshman season with CCRI in 2009.

 

She is a radiology major and a 2009 graduate of Coventry High School.

 

Junior goalkeeper Audrey Maia (Norton, MA) was one of just four Anchorwomen to start in all 17 games on the season. She finished with a 5-11-1 record to go along with 140 saves, a .737 save percentage, three shutouts and a 2.91 goals against average in 1547:17 of action. Maia led the Little East Conference in saves per game and ranked second in total saves, while ranking fifth in shutouts. She corralled a season-high 13 saves twice on the season and was named the Little East Conference Goalkeeper of the Week twice on the season as well.

 

Junior midfielder Lauren Maisano (Bristol, RI) was one of just four Anchorwomen to start in all 17 games on the season. She chalked up three goals and three assists on the season for nine points. Maisano chipped in with a key goal to go along with an assist in a 2-2 draw with Salve Regina on Sept. 10 and dished out a crucial assist in a 3-2 overtime win over Worcester State on Sept. 7.

 

Junior defender Sam Nolte (Cranston, RI) played in 17 games, starting 13 of them, and was one of six Anchorwomen to appear in every game on the season. She tallied one goal on the season for two points. Nolte recorded her first career goal in RICís, 8-0, win over Mitchell on Sept. 14.

 

Junior forward Danielle Peloquin (Pawtucket, RI) played in 16 games, starting all of them. She racked up seven goals and four assists for 18 points on the season. Peloquin finished the season tied for the team lead in goals, assists and points, while ranking fifth in the Little East in goals, seventh in points, and 10th in assists. She poured in a pair of goals to go along with two assists in RICís, 8-0, win over Mitchell College on Sept. 14 and also went off for two goals, including the game-winner, and one assist in a 4-0 win over Becker on Oct. 2. Peloquin also tallied a crucial goal in RICís, 3-2, overtime victory over Worcester State on Sept. 7 and a key goal in a 2-2 draw with Salve Regina on Sept. 10. She was named the Little East Conference Offensive Player of the Week once on the season.

 

Junior defender Harmony Tillison (Cranston, RI) played in nine games, starting all of them. She tallied one goal and one assist on the season for three points. Tillison recorded her first career goal in RICís, 8-0, win over Mitchell on Sept. 14 and registered her first career assist in a 4-1 loss to Western Connecticut on Sept. 28.

 

Sophomore forward Charissa Champagne (North Providence, RI) played in 12 games, starting one of them. She tallied one goal and one assist on the season for three points. Champagne posted the game-winning goal, the first of her career, in RICís, 1-0, win over Fitchburg State on Oct. 16 and dished out her first career assist in a 4-0 win over Becker on Oct. 2.

 

Sophomore midfielder Chelsea Combs (Ashford, CT) was one of just four Anchorwomen to start in all 17 games on the season. She tallied two goals and three assists for seven points on the season. Combs finished the year tied for fourth on the team in assists, while ranking fifth on the squad in goals and points. She netted a key goal in RICís, 3-2, overtime victory over Worcester State on Sept. 7 and posted a goal and two assists in a 4-0 win over Becker on Oct. 2.

 

Sophomore defender Camila Costa (Pawtucket, RI) played in 13 games, starting nine of them. She registered one goal on the season for two points. Costaís score came in a 3-1 loss to Lasell College on Oct. 30.

 

Sophomore forward Gabrielle Turner (Smithfield, RI) played in 17 games, starting 16 of them, and was one of six Anchorwomen to appear in every game on the season. She racked up seven goals and four assists for 18 points on the season. Turner finished the season tied for the team lead in goals, assists and points, while ranking fifth in the Little East in goals, seventh in points, and 10th in assists.

 

She netted two goals, including the game-winner, and added an assist in RICís, 8-0, win over Mitchell on Sept. 14. Turner also recorded a pair of goals in a 3-2 loss to Plymouth State on Oct. 12. She propelled the Anchorwomen to victory with the game-winning tally in a 1-0 triumph over Eastern Connecticut on Oct. 19. Turner handed out a season-high two assists in a 3-2 overtime win over Worcester State on Sept. 7.

 

Freshman midfielder Elsa Almeida (Coventry, RI) played in 14 games, starting nine of them.

 

Freshman defender Cayla Cecchini (Oakdale, CT) played in 11 games, starting three of them.

 

Freshman midfielder Jaclyn Greenman (Waterford, CT) played in 16 games, starting all of them. She tallied three goals and four assists for 10 points. Greenman was tied for the team lead in assists and ranked third in both goals and points, while finishing the year tied for 10th in the LEC in assists. She notched the game-winning score, the first of her career, in RICís, 3-2, overtime victory over Worcester State on Sept. 7. Greenman also dished out a pair of assists, including the first of her career, in an 8-0 win over Mitchell on Sept. 14.

 

Freshman defender/goalkeeper Cindy Mendes (Cranston, RI) played in three games as a defender and appeared in one game as a goalkeeper. She allowed zero goals in 4:16 minutes of action between the pipes.

 

Freshman midfielder Yesenia Morales (Providence, RI) played in five games.

 

Freshman defender Angela Ragosta (Greenville, RI) was named the team MVP. She was one of just four Anchorwomen to start in all 17 games on the season. Ragosta tallied two assists on the year for two points. She notched her first career assist for the Anchorwomen in their, 4-0, win over Becker on Oct. 2 and also dished out an assist on the game-winning goal in RICís, 1-0, triumph over Fitchburg State on Oct. 16.

 

Freshman defender Amanda Velleco (Wakefield, RI) played in seven games.