Stony Brook will host the America East Championship May 2 and 4 at LaValle Stadium
Stony Brook is one conference win away from clinching the top seed for the America East Championship May 2 and 4
Attacker netted a game-high three goals in battle for first at Albany
Stony Brook stands alone atop the conference standings
The two teams have met in the last two conference title games
2014: Team captain...tallied three goals and one assist vs. Bucknell (2/15)...led the team in points (7), goals (4) and assists vs. Monmouth (2/19)...recorded two ground balls, two draw controls and one caused turnover at Notre Dame (2/22)...posted four goals, four caused turnovers and four ground balls at Drexel (2/26)...tallied one goal vs. Florida (3/1)...recorded two goals, one assist and a team-high three draw controls at Rutgers (3/8)...moved into a tie for third with Demmianne Cook in career draws (157) at Rutgers (3/8)...tallied one goal, four assists, four ground balls, two caused turnovers and two draw controls vs. CCSU (3/13)...moved into third all-time in Stony Brook history in career draw controls (159) vs. CCSU (3/13)...tallied six points on three goals and three assists at Iona (3/20)...tallied two goals, one assist, three draw controls and two caused turnovers vs. Siena (3/22)...recorded one assist, a team-high three caused turnovers, three ground balls and three draw controls vs. UMBC (3/29)...tallied five points on three goals and two assists vs. Jacksonville (4/4)...had one goal, three assists, a team-best three ground balls and game highs of four draws and three caused turnovers at Binghamton (4/6)...scored a team-high five goals to go along with two draw controls, two ground balls and one caused turnover at Yale (4/9)...tied for a game-high three points (two goals, one assist) to go along with three ground balls, one draw control and one caused turnover at Albany (4/12).
2013: Second-team All-America East...started all 20 games...third on the team with 34 goals...fourth on the team with 46 points...second on the team with 57 draws, the sixth-most in SBU single-season history...scored one goal and controlled two draws against Florida (2/20)...tallied a game-high four ground balls, controlled four draw and registered one goal at Central Connecticut (2/27)...had game-highs with five ground balls and five controlled draws while recording one assist at Duquesne (3/7)...controlled four draws, scored one goal and had three assists vs. Longwood (3/9)...scored three goals, dished out one assist, picked up two ground balls and controlled two draws at Marist (3/13)...had one goal, three draw controls, three ground balls and one caused turnover vs. Maryland (3/17)...tallied three goals, two assists, two ground balls and three draw controls vs. Iona (3/20)...netted five goals and added four ground balls, two draw controls and two ground balls at Vermont (3/23)...scored one goal at Siena (3/24)...tallied two goals, controlled five draws and one ground ball vs. Fresno State (3/26)...had one goal, two draw controls and two ground balls vs. Albany (3/30)...recorded two goals, one assist, two draw controls and game-highs in ground balls and caused turnovers with four and three, respectively at UMBC (4/6)...named America East Defensive Player of the Week (4/8)...scored four goals, controlled one draw and picked up one ground ball at UNH (4/13)...tallied two goals, one assist and three draw controls as Stony Brook clinched the top-seed in the conference championship and a share of the regular season title vs. BU (4/21)...tallied three goals, one assist, three draw controls and one caused turnover as SBU secured outright regular season title vs. Binghamton (4/27)...tallied three goals, two ground balls and two draw controls vs. Vermont in America East Semifinals (5/3)...finished with one assist, two ground balls, three caused turnovers and three draw controls as Stony Brook won its first-ever America East title and punched its first ticket to the NCAA Tournament vs. Albany (5/5)...scored one goal, caused two turnovers and picked up one ground ballin a win vs. Towson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (5/10)...controlled three draws at No. 1/1 Maryland in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (5/12).
2012: Scored three goals, had two assists, four ground balls and a caused turnover vs. Colgate (2/11)...Scored two goals, had one ground ball and controled 12 draws vs. Manhattan (2/15)...scored two goals, had two ground balls, 11 controlled draws and one caused turnover vs. Central Connecticut (2/19)...Had three shots on goal, three ground balls, six controlled draws and two caused turnovers vs. Monmouth (2/26)...Scored one goal, had two assists, six controlled draws and a caused turnover vs. Johns Hopkins (3/3)...Controlled a draw vs. Duke (3/5)...Had one shot and controlled two draws vs. Florida (3/14)...Scored one goal, had an assist, three ground balls, seven controlled draws, three caused turnovers vs. Maryland (3/20)...Had two goals, one ground ball, five controlled draws and a caused turnover vs. Marist (3/24)...Scored two goals, one ground ball, eight controlled draws and a caused turnover vs. Iona (3/27)...Scored two goals, one assist, controlled a draw, four ground balls and had four caused turnovers vs. Binghamton (3/31)...two goals, one assist, six controlled draws vs. UMBC (4/4)...Scored two goals, one assist, one ground ball, four controlled draws and a caused turnover vs. Vermont (4/7)...Scored two goals, three ground balls, controlled two draws and caused two turnovers vs. Yale (4/11)...Scored three goals, one ground ball, four controlled draws vs. Boston University (4/14)
High School:Played four seasons of varsity lacrosse at Comsewogue High School under head coach Nicole Kidd...was a three-sport star there, also playing soccer and basketball...was a captain of her soccer, basketball and lacrosse teams...named All-League in lacrosse four times...was All-County in Basketball.
Personal:Michelle Rubino...born December 13, 1993...daughter of Steve and Carry Rubino...sister to Nicole, who plays basketball at Sacred Heart University, Alissa, who plays basketball at American International College, as well as Billy and Steven...major is undecided.