2013: Played in 19 games, starting 18...picked up 22 ground balls...controlled five draws...caused 11 turnovers...picked up three ground balls at Florida (2/20)...tallied game-highs of four ground balls and three caused turnovers Central Connecticut (2/27)...controlled one draw at Duquesne (3/7)...had two ground balls vs. Longwood (3/9)...started at defense, picking up one ground ball and controlling one draw to help SBU set a program record for fewest goals allowed in a single game (2) at Marist (3/13)...had one ground ball and one caused turnover vs. Maryland (3/17)..scooped up a ground ball at Siena (3/24)...helped SBU match its school mark for fewest goals allowed in a single game (2) in a start at defense vs. Fresno State (3/26)...controlled one draw and helped the SBU defense march its school record for fewest goals allowed in a single game (2) vs. Albany (3/30)...finished with one ground ball and one draw control at UMBC (4/6)...caused one turnover at UNH (4/13)...picked up a ground ball and controlled a draw as Stony Brook clinched the top-seed in the conference championship and a share of the regular season title vs. BU (4/21)...finished with three ground balls and one caused turnoveras SBU secured outright regular season title vs. Binghamton (4/27)...tallied one ground ball vs. Vermont in America East Semifinals (5/3)...recorded one ground ballas Stony Brook won its first-ever America East title and punched its first ticket to the NCAA Tournament vs. Albany (5/5)...picked up one ground ballin a win vs. Towson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (5/10)...picked up two ground ballsat No. 1/1 Maryland in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (5/12).
2012: Saw action vs. Monmouth (2/26)
2011: Appeared in all 15 games, starting all but one...finished second on the team in ground balls (24) and caused turnovers (16)...named to the America East All-Academic team...had two ground balls and two caused turnovers vs. Manhattan (Feb. 16)...had two ground balls, two draw controls and a caused turnover vs. Denver (Feb. 27)...had five caused turnovers and five ground balls at Marist (March 16)...had three ground balls and caused a turnover vs. Iona (March 19)...had two ground balls and two caused turnovers vs. Boston University (April 23).
2010: Started all 15 games...tallied 29 ground balls and 14 caused turnovers...named to the America East All-Rookie team...recipient of the Stony Brook Coaches Award and the Courage Award at the annual department banquet...recorded four ground balls and four caused turnovers at Binghamton (4/24)...had two ground balls and two caused turnovers at Boston University (4/17)...tallied three ground balls and a caused turnover vs. New Hampshire (4/10)...recorded two ground balls and a caused turnover at Albany (4/7)...had a ground ball vs. Vermont (4/3)...tallied two ground balls, two caused turnover and a draw control vs. UMBC (3/27)...had a ground ball at Loyola (3/24)...tallied a ground ball and a draw control vs. Columbia (3/20)...recorded four ground balls vs. Hofstra (3/17)...posted a ground ball, draw control and caused turnover vs. UMass (3/13)...four ground balls and a caused turnover at Johns Hopkins (3/3)...a ground ball and a draw control vs. American (2/27)...had a caused turnover and ground ball vs. Duquesne (2/20) and a caused turnover at Denver (2/18)...had two ground balls vs. Colgate (2/13).
High School: A three-year letterwinner at North Shore High School for coach Kellie Moritz... earned all-conference as a senior and all-county as a junior... basketball, soccer and lacrosse team captain as a senior... earned all-county and two-time all-class honors in soccer... soccer team's MVP as a sophomore, junior and a senior... named most athletic senior... awarded Nassau County Zone Outstanding Physical Education Award for North Shore High School... member of national and science honor society... a scholar-athlete in soccer, basketball and lacrosse... played club lacrosse for Liberty Lacrosse.
Personal: Justyne Rose Passarelli... born March 1, 1991 in Glen Cove, N.Y.... daughter of Paul and Claire... sister of James... a biology major.