All-Conference: First Team (2014)
All-Conference: Second Team (2012, 2013)
ECAC New England Player of the Week: 4/14/14
GNAC Player of the Week: 4/16/12, 4/14/14
GNAC Honor Roll: 4/4/11, 4/9/12, 3/18/13, 3/25/13, 4/22/14
GNAC All-Tournament (2014)
GNAC All-Academic (2012, 2014)
2014: One of six players to start all 20 contests for the Monks…netted 71 goals with eight assists for a total of 79 points…also registered 79 ground balls, 28 caused turnovers and eight draw controls…tallied 184 shots with 146 on goal…led the team in goals, points, shots, shots on goal, free-position goals (15) and man-up goals (4)…ranked second on the squad in ground balls and third in caused turnovers…led the conference in goals, free-position goals, shots and shots on goal…scored at least two goals in 18 different games and three or more 14 times…selected as the GNAC and ECAC New England Player of the Week on April 14th…earned First Team All-GNAC and GNAC All-Tournament honors…opened the year with two goals and an assist in a 20-1 triumph over Albertus Magnus College on March 2nd…netted four goals with five ground balls in a 13-12 loss to Thomas College on March 15th…scored six with five ground balls and three caused turnovers in a 10-7 victory over Norwich University seven days later…totaled four goals with six ground balls and four caused turnovers in a 12-10 win over Mount Ida College on March 25th…potted six goals in back-to-back games, first against Johnson & Wales University on March 29th and again versus Regis College on April 3rd…tallied five goals – including four free-position markers - with three assists in a 15-14 loss at the hands of eventual GNAC Champion Emmanuel College on April 8th…recorded career-highs in goals (7), shots (20) and ground balls (12) in a 14-11 triumph over Rivier University on April 13th…tallied three goals with an assist, five ground balls and three caused turnovers in an 11-10 loss to Simmons College six days later…added four goals with five ground balls and a trio of caused turnovers to help the Monks defeat Johnson & Wales University in a GNAC Tournament quarterfinal on April 22nd…broke the SJC career goals record with her fourth tally versus the Wildcats…also snapped the Monks’ single-season goals mark with her first tally that day…scored three goals in a 7-5 GNAC semifinal win over Norwich University two days later…netted three markers in a 17-7 GNAC Championship loss to Emmanuel on April 26th…closed out her career as the Monks’ career leader in games (64), goals (210), points (237), shots (489), shots on goal (384), free-position goals (35) and free-position shots (90)…also leaves the program ranked second all-time in ground balls (188) and caused turnovers (67), third in man-up goals (7) and fourth in assists (27).
2013: Played in all 18 games with 17 starts as a junior…netted 55 goals with six assists for 61 total points…also recorded six game-winners and five free-position goals with 43 ground balls, 15 draw controls and 20 caused turnovers on the season…paced the team in goals, points, shots (130), shots on goal (104) and game winners…scored at least two goals in 16 different games…opened the year with three goals and three assists in a 17-6 win over Thomas College on February 26th…netted three markers to help the Monks defeat Husson by a 17-3 margin on March 4th…added four goals and an assist with five ground balls versus University of Southern Maine on March 14th…went on to pot three goals versus Emerson College (3/16), Bates College (3/18) and Mount Ida College (3/21)…scored four times in a 17-11 triumph over Maine-Farmington on March 26th…found the back of the cage four times, including the game winner, in an exciting 13-12 victory over GNAC-rival Rivier University on March 28th…netted five goals in a hard-fought loss at the hands of eventual conference-champion Lasell College on April 6th…helped the Monks defeat Emmanuel College, 15-14, with four goals versus the Saints four days later…contributed two goals and a pair of helpers in a 19-12 victory over University of Saint Joseph on April 17th…tallied five goals – including the clincher – with a season-high nine ground balls to help the Royal Blue earn the program’s first-ever postseason victory, a 17-9 GNAC Tournament quarterfinal win over Emmanuel College on April 24th…scored three times in the Monks’ season-ending loss to Lasell College two days later…earned Second Team All-GNAC honors for the second-consecutive season…capped her junior campaign ranked second in program history in career goals (139), shots (305), shots on goal (238), game winners (9), free position goals (20) and free position shots (55)…also ranks fourth all-time in points (158), assists (19) and caused turnovers (39).
2012: Started in all 14 games as a sophomore midfielder…led the team in goals with 58 and netted eight assists for a team-high 66 points… averaged 4.71 goals per game for the season…posted 38 ground balls…added 17 draw controls and nine caused turnovers…scored a team-high three game-winning goals…posted one of the Monks’ three man-up goals on the season…recorded the most shots (111) and shots on goal (86)…scored at least one goal in all 14 games and three or more in 10 different contests…earned Second Team All-GNAC and GNAC All-Academic accolades and was selected as the GNAC Player of the Week on April 16th…netted five goals, including the game-winner, in a season-opening 18-10 win over Husson University on March 15th…scored four times in a 21-9 victory over Anna Maria College two days later…tallied five goals and three ground balls to help the Monks defeat Emerson College by an 8-6 margin on March 28th…enjoyed a career day in a 12-11 triumph over conference-rival Emmanuel College on April 3rd, when she registered a career-high eight goals, including a program-record five free-position markers, with six ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers…added six goals and an assist with four ground balls against Regis College two days later…tied a career-high with eight goals and was credited with an assist versus Rivier College on April 10th…added five goals and an assist against Thomas College on April 12th and produced four goals and a helper with four ground balls in a 9-7 victory over Mount Ida College two days later…contributed two goals and two assists along with four ground balls and two caused turnovers versus Norwich University on April 19th…netted three goals in the Monks’ GNAC Tournament loss at the hands of Simmons College on April 24th.
2011: Appeared in 12 games and made 11 starts as a freshman…ranked second on the squad with 26 goals and recorded five assists to account for 31 total points…added 31 ground balls, 10 caused turnovers and five draw controls…listed on the GNAC Weekly Honor Roll on April 4th…held scoreless in just one game all season…scored two goals in her first collegiate contest – a 20-8 win over Maine-Farmington on March 22nd…netted five goals and added an assist in a 17-14 loss to Simmons College on March 30th…registered season-highs with seven ground balls and four caused turnovers versus Rivier College on April 9th…tallied two goals and two assists in a loss to Southern Maine on April 12th.
High School: Played four years of varsity soccer, three years of varsity lacrosse, and one year of club lacrosse at Cony High School....earned All-KVAC Second Team and All-State honors as a junior...collected KVAC First Team, All-State, All-Academic and Player of the Year accolades as a senior...also earned All-Rookie honors as well as First Team All-KVAC (2009, 2010) and Player of Year honors in lacrosse.
Personal: Cassandra Kay Diplock, born December 19, 1991 in Augusta, Maine...daughter of Andrea Smith and Peter Diplock...majoring in Exercise Science.
|Apr 15||at Anna Maria||W, 17-1|
|Apr 17||Me.-Farmington||W, 13-3|
|Apr 19||Simmons||L, 11-10|
|Apr 22||Johnson & Wales (RI)||W, 13-8|
|Apr 24||Norwich||W, 7-5|
|Apr 26||at Emmanuel (Mass.)||L, 17-7|
|Shots on goal||146||81|
|Shots on goal percentage||79.3||81.8|
|Free position goals-shots||15-35||12-23|
|Mar 2||at Albertus Magnus||W, 20-1||2||1||3||1-1||1||1||0||0||6||33.3||5||83.3|
|Mar 9||at Whittier||L, 7-6||2||0||2||0-1||2||0||2||0||4||50.0||4||100.0|
|Mar 11||at Occidental||L, 18-4||3||0||3||0-1||2||1||3||1||4||75.0||4||100.0|
|Mar 15||at Thomas (Me.)||L, 13-12||4||0||4||0-1||5||0||3||1||8||50.0||5||62.5|
|Mar 17||Bates||L, 17-3||1||0||1||0-0||2||0||2||0||4||25.0||3||75.0|
|Mar 20||Southern Me.||L, 13-6||2||0||2||2-3||3||0||3||0||9||22.2||7||77.8|
|Mar 22||Norwich||W, 10-7||6||0||6||1-1||5||0||3||3||9||66.7||8||88.9|
|Mar 25||Mount Ida||W, 12-10||4||0||4||2-2||6||1||2||4||15||26.7||12||80.0|
|Mar 29||Johnson & Wales (RI)||W, 10-7||6||0||6||2-4||3||0||1||1||10||60.0||10||100.0|
|Apr 3||at Regis (Mass.)||W, 12-11||6||0||6||0-1||5||1||6||2||18||33.3||11||61.1|
|Apr 5||at Lasell||W, 10-8||2||0||2||0-1||3||1||1||3||10||20.0||6||60.0|
|Apr 8||Emmanuel (Mass.)||L, 15-14||5||3||8||4-7||4||0||2||2||14||35.7||10||71.4|
|Apr 10||at St. Joseph (Conn.)||W, 17-9||3||0||3||0-0||3||1||1||0||3||100.0||3||100.0|
|Apr 13||at Rivier||W, 14-11||7||1||8||2-4||12||1||0||0||20||35.0||17||85.0|
|Apr 15||at Anna Maria||W, 17-1||1||2||3||0-0||1||0||0||1||4||25.0||3||75.0|
|Apr 17||Me.-Farmington||W, 13-3||4||0||4||0-1||4||0||1||1||11||36.4||9||81.8|
|Apr 19||Simmons||L, 11-10||3||1||4||0-3||5||0||6||3||8||37.5||7||87.5|
|Apr 22||Johnson & Wales (RI)||W, 13-8||4||0||4||0-1||5||1||3||2||9||44.4||8||88.9|
|Apr 24||Norwich||W, 7-5||3||0||3||0-1||4||0||6||2||12||25.0||9||75.0|
|Apr 26||at Emmanuel (Mass.)||L, 17-7||3||0||3||1-2||1||0||4||2||6||50.0||5||83.3|
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