2  Frankie Caridi
Frankie Caridi

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
East Northport, N.Y.

High School:
Commack

Last College:
Adelphi

Height:
5-5

Position:
GK


07/17/2014

New York Lizards to honor No. 20/18 #Seawolves July 27

MLL team to recognize Stony Brook for stellar 2014 season

06/11/2014

Reload & Repeat: 2014 #Seawolves season in review

Young Stony Brook program proves its built to last in another season for the history books

06/05/2014

Lacrosse Magazine, ILWomen.com name Caridi Goalie of the Year

Caridi was the only netminder to be named an All-American and Tewaaraton nominee

06/04/2014

Stony Brook records best Commissioner's Cup finish in program history

All-time department high 349 points.

05/30/2014

Caridi, Rubino tabbed ECAC All-Stars

Caridi is the first team's goalie; Rubino on the second team

2013 and 2014 NCAA Save Percentage Champion
2013 and 2014 NCAA Goals Against Average Champion
2014 Tewaaraton Nominee
2014 IWLCA Third Team All-American
2014 First Team All-Mid-Atlantic
2014 Lacrosse Magazine and ILWomen.com Goalie of the Year
2013 Second Team All-Mid-Atlantic
Graduated as all-time program leader in wins (41), GAA (5.91) and save percentage (.514)

Tewaaraton Nominee Website

2014: Tewaaraton nominee...Third Team IWLCA All-American...First Team All-Mid-Atlantic...America East Defensive Player of the Year...unanimous first-team all-conference pick...America East Championship Most Outstanding Player...America East All-Championship Team...Lacrosse Magazine All-American...Lacrosse Magazine Goalie of the Year...ILWomen.com Goalie of the Year...All-ILWomen.com...First Team ECAC All-Star...saw action in 21 games, all starts...produced a nation-leading GAA of 5.17, the fifth-highest in NCAA single-season history and a conference record...led country in save percentage at .542...was fourth on the team with 37 ground balls...posted an America East Championship record GAA of 3.00...Inside Lacrosse Preseason Second Team All-American...team captain...made nine stops as Stony Brook broke a single-game school record for fewest goals allowed (1) vs. Bucknell (2/15)...America East Defensive Player of the Week (2/18)...tallied two ground balls, two caused turnovers and one save in the first shutout in school history vs. Monmouth (2/19)...tallied a career-high 11 saves at Notre Dame (2/22)...America East Defensive Player of the Week (2/24)...made seven saves and picked up a team-high five ground balls at Drexel (2/26)...made six saves vs. Florida (3/1)...matched a career-high 11 saves and was second on the team with three ground balls at Rutgers (3/8)...America East Defensive Player of the Week (3/10)...made one save and picked up three ground balls vs. CCSU (3/13)...stopped six shots and scooped up two ground balls at Iona (3/20)...made four stops and picked up three ground balls vs. Siena (3/22)...made three stops and caused one turnover as Stony Brook set a program record for fewest goals allowed in a game vs. UMBC (3/29)...America East Defensive Player of the Week (3/31)...made seven stops and allowed only two goals against the nation's eighth-ranked scoring offense in Jacksonville (4/4)...made five stops and let in one goal in 51:21 of work at Binghamton (4/6)...America East Defensive Player of the Week (4/7)...tallied five saves, two ground balls and one caused turnover at Yale (4/9)...made four stops against the nation's fifth-ranked scoring offense in Albany (4/12)...recorded eight saves, one caused turnover and one ground ballas Stony Brook locked up the top seed for the America East Championship vs. UNH (4/19)...America East Defensive player of the Week for a conference-record sixth time (4/21)...ECAC Defensive Player of the Week (4/22)...made seven saves and scooped up four ground balls at Delaware (4/22)...made five saves at Vermont (4/26)...stopped six shots vs. New Hampshire in the America East Semifinals (5/2)...made six saves and allowed all-time tournament-low one goal vs. Albany in the America East Finals (5/4)...ECAC Defensive Player of the Week (5/6)...made seven saves vs. Towson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (5/9)...recorded four saves and three ground balls at Syracuse in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (5/11).

2013: Synapse Sports Third Team All-American...IWLCA Second Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region...First Team All-America East...saw action in 19 games, making 20 starts...posted a nation-leading goals against average of 5.71, an America East record...had a save percentage of .530, the best in the country...made 116 stops...third on the team with 40 ground balls...made seven saves and picked up a victory in her return at Bucknell (2/16)...named America East Defensive Player of the Week (2/18)...tallied game-highs in saves and ground balls with nine and four, respectively, at Florida (2/20)...made five saves on eight shots and picked up a game-high four ground balls in a win at Central Connecticut (2/27)...named America East Defensive Player of the Week (3/4)...stopped five of the eight shots she faced to help SBU allow just three goals, which matches a program record, for the second week in a row at Duquesne (3/7)...made one save, had one ground ball and allowed just one goal vs. Longwood (3/9)...registered seven saves to help Stony Brook allow its fewest goals in program history at Marist (3/13)...made six saves and picked up four ground balls vs. Maryland (3/17)...made four saves vs. Iona (3/20)...stopped a season-high 10 shots while also picking up three ground balls and causing one turnover at Vermont (3/23)...had three saves at Siena (3/24)...finished with two saves and one ground ball as SBU matched its program record for fewest goals allowed in a single game (2) vs. Fresno State (3/26)...recorded six saves, picked up three ground balls, caused one turnover and let in just two goals to help SBU match a program record for fewest goals allowed in a single game (2) vs. Albany (3/30)...America East Defensive Player of the Week (4/1)...made six stops and picked up two ground balls at UMBC (4/6)...made eight saves, caused one turnover and had two ground balls at UNH (4/13)...named America East Defensive Player of the Week (4/15)...stopped five shots as Stony Brook clinched the top seed in the conference championship and a share of the regular season title vs. BU (4/21)...made four savesas SBU secured outright regular season title vs. Binghamton (4/27)...broke a school record for a conference tournament game with 10 saves while also scooping up four ground balls vs. Vermont in the America East Semifinals (5/3)...made four stops as Stony Brook won its first America East title and booked its first-ever ticket to the NCAA Tournament vs. Albany (5/5)...made seven saves, scooped up five ground balls and caused one turnover in a win vs. Towson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (5/10)...made seven saves and had one ground ball at No. 1/1 Maryland in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (5/12).

2012: Had two ground balls vs. Colgate (2/11)...had three ground balls vs. Central Connecticut (2/19)...Had eight saves, three ground balls and a caused turnover vs. Monmouth (2/26)...Had a save vs. Johns Hopkins (3/3)...nine saves vs. Binghamton (3/31)...two ground balls and nine saves vs. UMBC (4/4)...two ground balls, two caused turnovers and five saves vs. Vermont (4/7)...three saves vs. Yale (4/11)...nine saves vs. Boston University (4/14)

Before SBU: Played one season at Adelphi.

Honors and Awards: A 2011 ECAC Division II All-Star ... named to the All-NE-10 First-Team and All-Rookie team (2011)...named NE-10 Goalkeeper of the Year (2011)...named All-Tournament team at the NCAA Final Four (2011)...named NE-10 Goalkeeper of the Week four times (5/3, 4/26, 4/19, 3/29)...IWLCA First-Team All-Region selection (2011)...named First-Team All-American by IWLCA and Synapse (2011)...named Synapse Rookie and Goalie of the Year (2011).

Season GP Minutes GA GAA Saves Save% W L T GB CT TO
2012 10 498:35 68 8.18 52 .433 8 1 0 14 5 3
2013 20 1083:05 103 5.71 116 .530 16 3 0 40 5 4
2014 21
1207:53
104 5.17 123 .542 17 4 0 37 10 12
TOTAL 51 2789:33 275 5.91 291 .514 41 8 0 91 20 19