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Junior • 5-7 • Goalie Webster, N.Y./Webster Thomas Major: Political Science


GENERAL: Strong presence in the goal…Great vocal leader on the field.


2010: Started all 16 games… Made 137 saves…Recorded a 13.12 GAA and a .395 save per- centage…Tallied a season-high 21 shots in


win over Vermont (3/17)…Totaled 25 ground balls and caused four turnovers.


2009: Started 14 games…Made 116 saves…Had a 12.53 GAA and a .406 save percentage…Posted a 6-8 record as a true freshman…Had 18 ground balls and caused three turnovers.


BEFORE SIENA: Lettered four years of varsity lacrosse, three years of cheerleading, and one year of basketball at Webster Thomas…As a senior for lacrosse, named First Team All-County, team MVP and served as team captain…First team All-County in lacrosse as a senior…Selected to All-Greater Rochester girls’ lacrosse team as an Honorable Mention.


PERSONAL: Born February 20, 1990 in Webster, N.Y…The daughter of John and Ann Marie Concordia…Has an older brother, John, who graduated from St. John Fisher and a younger sister, Taylor…Chose Siena for its diversity and the sound lacrosse program…Enjoys listening to music and meeting new people.


Amanda Peguillan


Sophomore • 5-3 Defense/Midfield Commack, N.Y./St. Anthony’s Major: Biology


2010: Played in 12 games, starting each…Tallied 18 ground balls and caused 10 turnovers, both tops among Siena freshmen…Had a season-high five ground balls against St. Bonaventure (3/21).


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Concordia’s Career Stats Year GP GS W-L GAA MINS


2010 2009


16 14


Totals 30


16 14


7-9 13.13 6-8 12.53


959:56 814:12


SVS 137


116 30 13-17 12.67 1774:08 253


SV% GB CT .395


.406 .400


25 18 43


4 3 7


2011 SIENA COLLEGE LACROSSE 23


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