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Women's Lacrosse 1996 Individual Statistics

                                            --Career--
Player              GP-GS   S   G   A   P   GB   G   A   P
Beth Potter         18-18  79  27  27  54   34  42  31  73
Kate Evans          17-17  98  41   4  45   23  50   6  56
Heather Patton      17-17  65  17   7  24   44  49  20  69
Megan Skahan        18-18  35  15   5  20   23  20   8  28
Kara Ariza          18-18  41  14   8  22   52  17  13  30
Heather Hotchkiss   16-14  47  15   4  19   31  17   4  21
Peggy Boutilier     18-18  35  11   5  16   61  20  10  30
Mia Mooney          18-10  33  11   4  15   18  11   4  15
Melissa Hayes       18-18  29   7   2   9   36   7   2   9
Jessica Hull         17-9  22   6   2   8    9   6   2   8
Samm Taylor          17-4  21   4   3   7   19   4   3   7
Dixie Hurst          12-0   8   4   1   5    6   5   1   6
Clair Parrish         5-1   4   3   1   4    7   3   1   4
Joanna Khouri         9-0  10   3   1   4    3   4   1   5
Carolyn Papa        18-18   7   1   2   3   54   2   3   5
Jen Larsen          18-18   2   1   0   1   35   1   1   2
Allyson Ross          4-0   4   0   0   0    5   0   0   0
Julie Jakum           3-0   0   0   0   0    1   0   0   0
Liz Bland             2-0   0   0   0   0    0   0   0   0
Mary Sauer            2-0   1   0   0   0    0   0   0   0   
Totals              18-18 541 180  76 256  501 
Opponents           18-18 426 126  32 158
*Ground ball totals include goalkeeper                                                                                                       -Career-
Goalkeeper          GP-GS   Min  Saves   GA   GAA   Save%   Saves   GA  
Michelle Cusimano   18-18   1044   212  125  7.18    .629    681   381
Heather Castle        3-0     42     7    1  1.43    .875      7     1
Totals              18-18   1086   219  126  6.96    .635
Opponents           18-18   1086   264  180  9.94    .595    

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