Yevoli stuffs the stat sheet, Caridi matches career-high 11 saves in decisive road win
Freshman Kristin Yevoli controls game-high four draws
Rubino leads balanced attack with seven points
Stony Brook looks to become a mainstay on national scene after a record-setting 2013 season
Seawolves went 14-5 in their first season under head coach Joe Spallina.
2014: Started at defense and helped Seawolves break single-game school record for fewest goals allowed (1) vs. Bucknell (2/15)...started at defense in the first shutout in school history vs. Monmouth (2/19)...finished with two ground balls and one caused turnover at Notre Dame (2/22)...recorded two ground balls and caused one turnover at Drexel (2/26)...picked up two ground balls vs. Florida (3/1)...caused two turnovers at Rutgers (3/8).
2013: Saw action in 11 games, starting two...had one ground ball vs. Central Connecticut (2/27).
2012: Had one ground ball vs. Central Connecticut (2/19)...Saw action vs. Monmouth (2/26)...a controlled draw vs. Iona (3/27)
High School: Played four seasons of lacrosse at Centereach High School under head coach Stiegle...was a two-sport star, also playing basketball notching over 450 points ...captained her basketball team...named All-Conference in lacrosse four times and was her conference's high scorer...was All-District, All-County and All-Tournament in lacrosse and All-League in basketball...was a student council representative and an Art Honor Society member Personal: Jenna Rose Agostino...born May 11, 1993...daughter of Jack and Debbie Agostino...sister to Joseph, Julia and Jonathan...major is undecided.