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A pair of experienced juniors in twin sisters Amanda and Lauren Corso return as the most experienced duo on the Saints’ back line. Amanda emerged and had a breakout sophomore season on her way to being named an All-MAAC First Team selection. Her sister, Lauren, struggled somewhat after an impressive freshman campaign, but had a productive offseason and is expected to play a major role this season.


Sophomore Amanda Peguillan sewed up a starting spot on defense last season and will be looked upon to anchor the unit once again this year. Classmate Morgan Will, a transfer from Sacred Heart, is likely to challenge for one of the starting spots on the back line.


Freshmen Chrissy Primo, the younger sister of Allie, and Allison Steckel are both expected to see time as freshmen and also challenge for starting spots.


Goalie For a second straight year, Kristin Concordia will serve as the only goalie on the active roster. A two-year starter, Concordia has continued to show improvement while picking up invaluable experience between the pipes and is poised for a big junior season.


Amanda Corso


McCurty decided to try her hand at collegiate lacrosse last season. After learning the ropes and rigors of the game a year ago, McCurty showed tremendous improvement as the year unfolded and is expected to see extended time this season.


Schedule The Saints kick off the 2011 season with back-to-back stiff tests against defending conference champions UAlbany and UMass. The Saints and Great Danes meet for the 14th time during the season opener which is scheduled for Feb. 22 at John Fallon Field. Siena, which will play seven home games in 2011, welcomes two- time defending Atlantic-10 champion UMass to Siena Turf Field on Feb. 26.


Additional non-conference home games include Long Island (Mar. 5), Liberty (Mar. 12) and Vermont (Mar. 16). Out-of-conference road tilts include Bryant (Mar. 1) and Lehigh (Mar. 9).


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