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Marist Women's Lacrosse BIO
13 Jamie Romano
Jamie Romano 784161

In the record book (as of 6/4/14): Romano ranks first in program history for draw controls won in a single season (88 in 2014) and career draw controls (268). Romano is also ranks fourth for career goals (126) and sixth for career points (145). For each of the four seasons Romano played (2011-14), she ranks in the top 10 in program history for single-season draw controls, including the top three spots (88 in 2014, 81 in 2013, 52 in 2012, and 47 in 2011). 

2014: All-MAAC First Team, MAAC All-Academic Team, MAAC Offensive Player of the Week 3/17, MAAC Defensive Player of the Week 4/21 – Appeared in and started 17 games for Marist. Was named a team captain for the 2014 season. Finished the year tied for first on the team with 43 goals with an additional six assists for a team second-best 49 points. Attempted 75 shots with 61 on goal. Had three game-winning goals and led the team with three man-up goals. Broke her own single-season record with 88 draw controls, including a season-high 13 on April 13 against Quinnipiac. Collected 28 ground balls, good for fifth on the team with a career-high six on April 26 against Monmouth. Finished the year second on the team with 15 caused turnovers, including a season-high three on May 2 against Monmouth. Finished the year ranked 12th in the nation and first in the MAAC for draw controls, tied for fourth in the MAAC for goals per game, and tied for fifth in the MAAC for goals.  

2014 Game-by-Game

2013: First Team All-MAAC...MAAC All-Academic Team.. Appeared in and started in 17 games… Finish fourth on the team in goals with 32… Scored three or more goals in five games Mar. 21 vs. Stetson (5), Mar. 30 vs. Niagara (3), April 6 vs. Siena (4), April 17 vs. Iona (3) and a season high with 6 on April 27 vs. Canisius… Had three assists vs. Lafayette Feb. 16…Won 81 draws… Scooped up 17 groundballs.

2013 Game-by-Game

2012: Second Team All-MAAC ... Played in 16 games, starting 14 ... Tied for the team lead with 29 goals ... Tied for second with 32 total points, 29 goals and three assists ... Her 52 draw controls led Marist and is the top single season in program history. Her 3.25 DC per game total ranked 46th overall amongst NCAA D1 competitors ... Had five games with five or more draw controls, including a career-high eight versus Yale on Mar. 28 ... Ranked second amongst the Red Foxes with five free-position goals and ground balls with 25 ... Posted season-highs of four points on three occasions; at UMass on Feb. 25, at home versus Binghamton on Mar. 7 and at Oregon on Mar. 16 ... Recorded six hat tricks; at UMass, vs. Lafayette, vs. Binghamton, at Denver, at Oregon and versus Yale ...  Filled the box score versus Binghamton with four goals, four shots on goal, one free-position goal, five draw controls, five ground balls and two caused turnovers ... Registered points in 13 of 16 games ... Caused eight turnovers.

2012 Game-by-Game

2011: First Team All-MAAC, MAAC Rookie of the Week 2/22 and 4/11 ... Earned First Team All-MAAC recognition for an outstanding freshman campaign, in which she found herself amongst the Marist leaders in most of the offensive and defensive statistical categories ... Led the Red Foxes with 47 draw controls, her 3.13 DCs/Gm average was second-best in the MAAC and 20th in the NCAA ... Her draw control total was the most by a Red Fox since 1998 when Colleen McMahon and Jamine Aponte each had 51 ... Caused the second-most turnovers on the team (14) ... Fourth in goals and point scoring with 22 goals and 25 points ... Second-most free position goals with five ... Fifth with 25 ground balls ... .595 shooting and .865 shots on goal percentages were tops on the team ... Began her collegiate career with goals in seven-straight games and points in twelve-straight ... Started all 15 games, in which she played ... Best offensive game of the season was against eventual MAAC Champion Canisius on April 8, as she scored five goals and had one assist (five goals in a game was number one amongst the Red Foxes' 2011 single-game highs) ... Twice had games, where she accumulated a combination of 11 ground balls, draw controls and caused turnovers; February 23 at Lafayette (5 GB - 4 DC - 2 CT) and March 31 versus Denver (3 GB - 5 DC - 3 CT).

Prior To Marist: Romano was a three-time All-Suffolk County performer for Kings Park. ... She was named the team's Rookie of the Year as a freshman and MVP for each of the next three seasons. ... Romano was the recipient of the Malen Memorial Award, which is awarded to the best two-sport female athlete at Kings Park.

Jamie Romano's Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots SOG GWG FPG-FPA GB DC CT
2011 15 15 22 3 25 37 32 0 5-11 25 47 14
2012

16

14

29

3

32

52

42

1

5-10

25

52

8

2013  17 17 32 7 39 65 51   3-10 17 81 7
2014 17 17 43 6 49 75 61 3 8-16 28 88 15
Total 65 63 126 19 145 229 186 4 21-47 95 268 44
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'11"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Kings Park, N.Y.
High School: Kings Park
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