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Captains Allie Primo #16


Senior • 5-5 • Midfield Manlius, N.Y./Fayetteville- Manlius Major: Undecided Business


GENERAL: A powerful defender who will transition to themidfield position this season…With her speed and athleticism, she will play amajor role in transition.


2010: Played in all 16 games, starting 15…Had nine goals and


three assists…Had multiple-goal games against Marist (4/3) and Iona (4/11)…Tallied 20 ground balls and caused five turnovers…A MAAC All-Academic Team selection for the second consecutive year.


2009: Played in all 16 games, starting in 14…Had an assist against Niagara (3/29)…Caused 13 turnovers and had 18 ground balls…Won three draw controls…Forced three turnovers and had two ground balls in 15-9 win against Central Conn. State (3/8)…MAAC All-Academic Team selection.


2008: Started all 14 games…Scored two goals…Picked up 24 ground balls and had 11 draw controls…Had five ground balls against Central Conn. State (3/1)…Scored her first career goal in a win over Howard (3/18).


BEFORE SIENA: Lettered three years of varsity lacrosse, two years of soccer and one year of track at Fayetteville- Manlius…Member of girls’ lacrosse state champions in 2005 and state finalists in 2006…Participated in the Empire State Games her junior year…First Team All-League as a senior…Elected to Senior All-Star Selective Game her senior season.


PERSONAL: Born January 26, 1989 in Syracuse, N.Y…The daughter of David and Kimmarie Primo…Has two younger sisters, Christina and Kimberly…A business major who one


day hopes for a career in international business…Chose Siena for the friendly environment, academics and athletics …Enjoys snowboarding, skiing, hiking, camping, wake- boarding and waterskiing in her spare time.


Primo’s Career Stats Year GP GS GA Pts


2010 2009 2008


16 16 14


Totals 46 16


15 93 12 14 01 1 14 20 2 43 11


4 15


Sh FPG-FPS GB DC CT 26


1 5


32


2-7 0-0 1-2 3-9


20 85 18 24 62


3 13 11 11 22 29


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