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Freshmen Allison Steckel #1


Freshman • 5-5 • Defense Skaneateles, N.Y./Skaneateles Major: Accounting


BEFORE SIENA: Earned three letters in lacrosse at Skaneateles …Also ran cross country for three years.


PERSONAL: Daughter of William and Diane Steckel…Has an older brother, Peter, who attends


Clarkson University…Chose Siena because it felt right, and it has a marvelous school of business…An accounting major.


Chrissy Primo


Freshman • 5-4 • Defense Manlius, N.Y./Fayetteville- Manlius


BEFORE SIENA: Earned two varsity letters and led her team to a sectional title at Fayetteville- Manlius…Also earned varsity letters in indoor track (three years) and soccer (two years).


PERSONAL: Daughter of David


and KimPrimo…Has a younger brother, Robert, and younger sister, Kimberly…Older sister, Alexandra, is a senior at Siena and is on the lacrosse team…Chose Siena for its campus…Plans to major in English.


#4 Jocelyn Hudson #7


Freshman • 5-9 • Attack York, Pa./Central York Major: Political Science/ Pre-Law


BEFORE SIENA: A two-time letterwinner and two-time All- Star at Central York


PERSONAL: Daughter of Darryl and Irene Hudson…Has two older brothers, Darryl Jr., who


attended CCBC and Marquis, who attended HACC…Older sister, Shaneece, attended Kent State University…A political science/pre-law major who hopes to become a prosecu- tion lawyer…Enjoys reading, listening to music, and being on the computer in her spare time.


Casey Irwin #10


Freshman • 5-9 • Midfield Norwood, Mass./Montrose Major: Business


BEFORE SIENA: Earned five letters and was a three-time All- League selection at Montrose… Also earned letters in soccer (four years) and basketball (three years).


PERSONAL: Daughter of John and


Pauline Irwin…Has three younger sisters,Mary Beth,Maggie, and Annie…Majoring in business…Chose Siena because of the campus size and its lacrosse and honors program.


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