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Sophomores Casey Harkins #21


Sophomore • 5-10 • Attack Saratoga Springs, N.Y./ Saratoga Springs Major: Undecided Business


2010: Appeared in ten games, making two starts…Scored on both shots she attempted as a freshman…Goals came against Vermont (3/17) and Niagara (4/18).


Harkins’ Career Stats Year GP GS GA Pts


2010 10 22 0 2


BEFORE SIENA: Played three years of varsity lacrosse and two years of basketball at Saratoga Springs…Scholar- Athlete all three years of varsity.


PERSONAL: Born September 7, 1991…The daughter of Edward and Kathleen Harkins…Both of her brothers went to Siena…Corey graduated in 2009 and Daniel is a junior …Her aunt, Heidi Harkins, played four years (1980-84) of basketball for Siena and was voted into the school’s Hall of Fame in 1991…Chose Siena for the environment, commu- nity and small class size.


Sh FPG-FPS GB DC CT 2


Totals 10 22 0 2 2


1-1 01 0 1-1 01 0


Maggie Deloria #28


Sophomore • 5-6 • Attack Gansevoort, N.Y./Saratoga Springs Major: Undecided


2010: Appeared in five games as a freshman, scoring two goals… Added two ground balls…Scored first career goal on a free-posi- tion shot in win over Bryant (3/3)…Added a goal in 20-12 drubbing of Niagara (4/18).


Deloria’s Career Stats Year GP GS GA Pts


2010 50 2 Totals 50 2


0 0


2 2


BEFORE SIENA: Played four years of lacrosse and three years of field hockey for Saratoga Springs…Earned All- League honors in both lacrosse and field hockey.


PERSONAL: Born November 14, 1990…The daughter of Jim and Kate Deloria…Has two older brothers, Peter who played ice hockey at SUNY Cortland and Andrew, who was on the golf team at Saint Michaels College…Chose Siena for its size, education and lacrosse program.


Sh FPG-FPS GB DC CT 4


4


1-1 20 0 1-1 20 0


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