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Cavaliers in the National Record Books

Consecutive-game scoring streak
66 Amy Appelt (2002-2005)

Points-per-game in a season
7.81 Lindsey Sheehan, 1986

Assists-per-game in a career
3.09 Lindsey Sheehan, 1983-1986

National Leaders

Scoring Defense 1998
Scoring Offense 2002
Scoring Offense 2003
Scoring Offense 2004


Lindsay Sheehan 1986
Cherie Greer 1994
Lauren Aumiller 2002
Lauren Aumiller 2003
Amy Appelt 2004

Jenny Slingluff 1992
Lauren Aumiller 2002
Amy Appelt 2004

Lindsay Sheehan 1985
Lindsay Sheehan 1986

Goals-against Average
Heather Castle 1998

Cavaliers in the National Top-20


Points In A Game

3.14Debbie Easter
vs Mary Washington, 3/27/82 (7-7)
8.13Lindsey Sheehan
vs Drexel, 4/4/86 (6-7)
13Lindsey Sheehan
vs Delaware, 4/26/86 (8+5)

Assists In A Game

9.7Lindsey Sheehan
vs Drexel 4/4/86 (6+7)
7Debbie Easter
vs Mary Washington, 3/27/82 (7+7)

Fastest Goal to Open a Game

1.:08 Heather Goehringer
vs James Madison, 4/13/94
4.:10 Tyler Leachman
vs Virginia Tech, 4/4/04

Fastest Consecutive Goals, Same Team

3.:07Anna Yates then Erin Stewart
vs UMBC, 4/3/93
:07Kelly Cowan then Kristen Daddona
vs UMBC 4/3/93

Career Points
5.373Amy Appelt, 2002-2005
10.320Lauren Aumiller, 2000-2003

Career Goals

6.258Amy Appelt (2002-2005)
10.115Amy Appelt (2002-2005)

Season Points

5.125Lindsey Sheehan, 1986
6.121Amy Appelt, 2004
10.105Lauren Aumiller, 2002

Season Points Per Game

20.4.13Kate Breslin, 2007

Season Assists Per Game

2.4.13Lindsey Sheehan
1986, 66 in 16 games
3.3.31Lindsey Sheehan
1985, 43 in 13 games
18.1.89Ashley McCulloch
2008, 34 in 18 games
18.1.74Ashley McCulloch
2009, 33 in 19 games

Goals In A Season

4.90Amy Appelt, 2004

Assists In A Season

1.66Lindsey Sheehan, 1986
13.43Lindsey Sheehan, 1985
14.33Ashley McCulloch, 2009
15.34Ashley McCulloch, 2008

Career Points Per Game

14.4.39Amy Appelt, 2002-2005
17.4.10Lauren Aumiller, 2000-2003

Career Goals Per Game

16.3.04Amy Appelt, 2002-2005


Season Goals-Against Average

4.7.26Kendall McBrearty, 2008
8.8.31Kendall McBrearty, 2007
9.5.80Heather Castle, 1997
16.9.26Lauren Benner, 2010

Season Save Percentage

9..502Kendall McBrearty, 2008

Career Goalkeeper Minutes

8.3,705Andrea Pfeiffer, 2001-2004

Career Ground Balls

2.404Elaine Maddox, 1984-1987
3.302Amy Fromal, 1997-2000
7.268Peggy Boutilier, 1995-1998
8.260Dawn Wisniewski, 1984-87
10.247Cherie Greer, 1991-1994
11.244Robyn Nye, 1988-1991
17.236Gina Sambus, 1999-2002
20.229Jill Dunham, 1987-90

Career Draw Controls

4.195Lauren Aumiller, 2000-2003
11.136Nikki Lieb, 2003-2006
14.133Cherie Greer, 1991-1994
16.131Caitlin Banks, 2000-2003

Draw Controls Per Game

5.4.85Brittany Kalkstein, 2010
6.3.84Brittany Kalkstein, 2009
16.3.04Brittany Kalkstein, 2007

Career Caused Turnovers

5.127Tiffany Schummer, 2000-2003
10.122Stephy Samaras, 1998-2000
17.107Lauri Kenis, 1999-2003
107Gina Sambus, 1999-2002

Caused Turnovers Per Game

8.2.16Kaitlin Duff, 2009


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