| 1 Marisa Viola
Arts & Sciences
2008: Started 15 games in net for the Seawolves ... named America East Goalkeeper of the Year ... an All-America East first team selection ... earned on a spot on NSCAA All-Northeast Region second team ... led the conference and ranked 21st in the nation in save percentage (.858) ... ranked sixth in the nation with 7.56 saves per game ... first in the America East with 121 saves ... recorded five shutouts ... made seven stops in 1-0 win over Manhattan (9/4) ... made 12 saves at Hofstra (9/18) ... stopped season-high 14 shots, including two penalty kicks, at Boston University (10/19) ... made five saves in 2-0 victory over Binghamton in America East tournament semifinals (11/2) ... stopped 11 shots in America East championship game at Boston University (11/8).
Started all of the Seawolves 18 games in goal ... named to NSCAA All-Northeast Region second team ... set a school record with 10 shutouts ... posted a scoreless streak of 863:33 that spanned 10 games, including eight straight shutouts ... ended as the seventh longest streak in NCAA women's Division I history ... ended the season with a save percentage of .878, ninth best in the nation ... allowed fewest goals (14) in a season in program history (min. 1,000 minutes) ... compiled lowest GAA (.72) in school history ... made season-high 11 saves in tie with Manhattan ... stopped 10 shots in America East semifinals vs. New Hampshire.
Played in all 17 games in goal for the Seawolves... named to the America East All-Rookie Team... recorded six shutouts... registered 121 saves with a .883 save percentage, which ranked ninth best in the country... allowed just 16 goals for a 0.88 GAA... her 7.12 saves per game ranked 19th in the country... made a career-best 15 saves against Providence (9/10).
Four-year starter as the goalkeeper at Mattituck High School... led squad to 2005 league and state championship... recorded 17 shutouts in 2005... an all-county, all-Long Island, and all-state selection... named NYS Class B player of the Year... MVP Goalkeeper of the State Final... selected as Goalkeeper of the Year.
Marisa Christine Viola... born April 30,1988... daughter of Christine and Edward Viola... sister of Jordan and Evan.