In 2012, attack/midfielder Ashley Olen set a school single-season record with 74 goals for national champion LIU Post. Starting all 20 games as a junior, Olen finished ninth in the nation with 92 total points and 18 assists. Her goal total placed her second in the country, as well as eighth among the nation's elite with 3.70 goals per game. She notched at least two goals in every match and established a single-game record with nine goals against Merrimack on April 7, 2012.
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As a junior, Alexandria Quast led the nation in both total goals (82) and goals per game (4.80) with second-place finishers trailing her by eight goals and 0.53, respectively. Appearing in 17 games, Quast racked up 104 assists -- good enough for third in the country. She finished second in ground balls per game with 4.18 and also was named Independent Player of the Year. She became only the third player in Division II history to score 80-plus goals in back-to-back seasons.
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Appearing in 12 games, goalkeeper Stephanie Dilegge led Division II in save percentage (.558) and finished ninth in the country with 172 saves. Dilegge recorded an 11.11 goals-against average and caused 15 turnovers. She made a season-high 23 saves at Assumption on April 26 and allowed a season-low two goals at Bridgeport in the season finale on May 6.
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As a junior, attacker Heather Rosen finished fifth in the country with 101 total points. Appearing in 17 games, Rosen compiled the nation's third-best goal total with 73 while dishing out 28 assists. She also ended the year fourth in the nation with 5.94 goals per game. Rosen was the 2012 national runner-up in goals per game with 4.29.
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Jackie Sileo was named IWLCA and Synapse Sports Attacker of the Year, ECC Player of the Year and the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Championships. She set records for points in a tournament (17) and points in a title game (9). Sileo was crowned points champion with 141 (45 goals and 96 assists). Sileo registered 12 points with a career-high 11 assists against Southern New Hampshire, notched 11 points in back-to-back contests against St. Thomas Aquinas and Molloy, and scored a season- and career-high six goals in the Pioneers’ NCAA Championship win against West Chester.
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