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9 Alyssa Ercolino

Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week: 10/27/15, 8/30/16, 9/13/16, 10/25/16
-2014 All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Second Team
-2014 All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Academic Team
-2015 All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference First Team 
-2016 All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference First Team 
-2016 Metro Atlantic Atheltic Conference Offensive Player of the Year
-2016 NFHCA All-Mid-Atlantic First Team
-2016 ECAC All-Star
-2016 NFHCA Senior Game participant

2016 (Senior):
MAAC Offensive Player of the Year and All-MAAC First Team Honoree… Tabbed to the NFHCA All-Mid-Atlantic First Team… Added to the NFHCA Senior Game… Named the MAAC Player of the Week on three occasions… Added to the ECAC All-Star Team… Started all 20 games of the season in the midfield… Finished first on the team with five game-winning goals and second in goals (13), assists (11) and points (37)… Ranked 27th in the nation in points per game (1.85) and 29th in the country in assists per game (0.55)…. Scored the game-winner in the opening day victory over VCU (8/26)… Found the back of the cage twice on three shots in the win at Lehigh (8/28)… Notched a marker in the shutout win over Lafayette (9/2)… The goal against the Leopards made her the seventh player all-time to join the 50-point club… Assisted on a goal against Georgetown (9/4) before breaking out with a season-best five-point outing on two goals, including the game-winner, and an assist in the win at Kent St. (9/9)…  Registered a goal against Saint Joseph’s (9/16) and assisted on a goal in the win at Temple (9/18)… Assisted on a pair of goals against Cornell (10/2)… Opened league play with four points on a goal and two assists against Siena (10/2)… Scored the game-winning goal and assisted on another in the Hawks’ first win over Rider on Ben Cohen Field (10/16)… Posted a goal in the 4-0 win over Bryant (10/21) before scoring both the Hawks’ goals in the MAAC Regular Season Championship clinching win over Fairfield (10/23)… Tipped in the game-winning goal in double overtime against the Stags in the MAAC Championship Finals (11/6) to send the Hawks to the NCAA Tournament… Assisted on a goal in the NCAA-Play In game against UMass (11/9).

2015 (Junior):
Named to the All-MAAC First Team… Started all 19 games in the midfield for the Blue and White… Scored and assisted on a goal in the Hawks’ first victory of the year against Lehigh (9/4)… Recorded a helper in the setbacks at Rutgers (9/9) and agaisnt Temple (9/18)… Found the back of the cage in the victory over Towson (9/20)… Connected with a goal at Northeastern (9/25)… Posted her first career defensive save in the MAAC opening win at Fairfield (10/10)… Recorded an assist and a pair of defensive saves in the win over Rider (10/18)… Registered back-to-back multi-goal games against Sacred Heart (10/23) and Quinnipiac (10/25)… Posted the game-winner against QU…  Named the MAAC Offensive Player of the Week for the combined eight-point, four-goal effort against the Pioneers and Bobcats.

2014 (Junior):
Named to the All-MAAC Second Team… Started all 21 games for the Blue and White in the midfield… Finished the season with 15 points on the strength of five goals and five assists… Scored two goals, including her first career marker, in the opening day victory over Missouri State (8/29)… Found the back of the cage and dished out an assist in the road win at Lehigh (9/7)… Notched a goal and a helper in the win over Davidson (9/21)… Assisted on a goal in the league win over Siena (10/31)… Connected on a goal and assisted on another in the MAAC Regular Season Championship clinching win over Bryant (11/2)… Registered an assist in the MAAC Championship Semifinals against Sacred Heart (11/7).

2013 (Sophomore):
Started all 18 games for the Blue and White… Finished with team-best nine assists, good for third all-time in program history for a single season… Dished out helpers against No. 15 Northeastern (8/30), at Michigan State (9/8), Lehigh (9/15), at Rutgers (10/9), at Bryant (10/20), Sacred Heart (10/25), Quinnipiac (10/27) and two at Robert Morris (11/3)… Also registered 10 shots on the year, half of which reaching target.

2012 (Freshman):
Did not see action for the Blue and White.

High School: Competed for head coach Nancy Williams at Shore Regional High School... Guided Blue Devils to the 2011 Division, Shore Conference, Sectional and Group I State Championships... Named All-Shore Conference and Group I First Team in 2011... 2010 Second Team All-Shore honoree... Finished career with 42 goals and 22 assists.

Personal: Daughter of Mario and Laura Ercolino... Majoring education anthropology.

YEAR

GP

GS

G

A

Pts

Sh

GWG

DSv

2012 - - - - - -   -
2013 18 18

0

9

9

10 0

0

2014 21 21 5 5 15 23 2 0
2015 19 19 7 4 18 17 1 3
2016 20 20 13 11 37 28 5 1
TOTAL 78 78 25 29 79 78 8 4
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'3"
Year: Senior
Hometown: West Long Branch, NJ
High School: Shore Regional
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