|Major:||Political Science & Environmental Science|
GNAC Offensive Player of the Year: 2017
GNAC Rookie of the Year: 2015
All-GNAC: First Team (2015, 2016, 2017)
GNAC All-Academic: 2016, 2017, 2018
IWLCA Zag Sports Division III Academic Honor Roll: 2017
GNAC All-Tournament: 2015, 2017
GNAC Player of the Week: 4/6/2015, 3/8/2016, 3/22/2016, 4/16/2018
ECAC Rookie of the Week: 3/9/2015, 3/16/2015, 4/6/2015, 4/20/2015
GNAC Rookie of the Week: 3/9/2015, 3/16/2015, 3/23/2015, 4/6/2015, 4/13/2015, 4/20/2015
GNAC Honor Roll: 3/14/2016, 4/11/2016, 3/13/2017, 3/27/2017, 4/10/2017, 5/1/2017, 3/5/18, 3/12/2018, 3/26/2018, 4/2/2018
2017: Played and started in all 17 games as a junior captain...tallied 67 goals with 13 assists for 80 total points with 56 ground balls, 55 draw controls, and 15 caused turnovers...also scored 14 free-position goals...posted 108 shots, including 94 on goal...led the team in goals, points, shots, shots on goal, and free-position goals and ranked second on the team in ground balls and draw controls...registered four goals and an assist with six ground balls and eight draw controls in a season-opening loss versus UNE on March 1st...produced five goals and an assist with eight ground balls in a 15-3 victory over Thomas College seven days later...scored a season-high nine points with five goals and four assists in a 14-6 triumph over Norwich University on March 25th...scored seven goals on 10 shots in a 10-8 victory over Husson University on April 5th...netted four goals with a pair of free-position strikes in an 11-10 win over Southern Maine on April 24th...added four goals and two assists in a lopsided victory over Albertus Magnus College five days later...scored five goals with seven ground balls in an 11-10 GNAC Semifinal setback at the hands of Simmons College on May 5th...broke the Monks' all-time points record with her first of five goals in a GNAC Quarterfinal win over Norwich University on May 3rd...against Simmons on May 5th, became the second SJC player to reach the 200-goal plateau with a free-position strike at the 14:13 mark...capped her junior season with a career stat line of 204 goals, 47 assists, 251 total points, 34 free-position goals, 184 ground balls, 138 draw controls, and 62 caused turnovers...the program's all-time points leader (251) ranks second in team history in goals (204), fourth in draw controls (138), sixth in assists (47) and ground balls (184), and eighth in caused turnovers (62) over 55 career contests.
2016: Played in all 19 games as a sophomore attack…scored 67 goals with 15 assists for 82 points on the season…added 63 ground balls, 28 caused turnovers, and 45 draw controls…shot the ball 113 times with 98 on net for an 86.7 shot on goal percentage…in 10 different games, picked up five or more points including three games with seven points each…in a win over Husson at home, recorded five goals and two assists along with nine ground balls in the game…at Thomas she netted six goals with an assist...earned GNAC Player of the Week honors twice in March and collected First Team All-GNAC honors for the second-consecutive season.
2015: Started all 19 games as a freshman attack…netted 70 goals and chipped in 19 assists for a team-high 89 points…tallied at least one goal in every contest…recorded 64 groundballs, 38 draw controls and 16 caused turnovers…notched six goals and one assist in a victory over Norwich on March 21…potted eight goals and added an assist in a win over Mount Ida on April 1…scored three goals while dishing out five assists for eight total points in a triumph over Simmons…posted a hat-trick in an NCAA tournament game against Bridgewater State...set the Monks' single-season points record and fell just short of the team's season goals record (71)...earned First Team All-GNAC and GNAC Rookie of the Year honors...six-time GNAC Rookie of the Week honoree and three-time ECAC Rookie of the Week selection.
High School: Played four years of varsity lacrosse for Jamie Chamberlain at Cheverus High School, making SMAA eastern finals every year, and making SMAA Class A State Championship for two years…earned SMAA First Team All-Conference honors her junior and senior years…selected as the team MVP her junior and senior seasons…also participated in field hockey, track, basketball, soccer and ice hockey at Cheverus…claimed All-State and SMAA First Team All-Conference honors her junior and senior seasons and was the Stags’ team MVP as a senior in field hockey…also selected as the Faith Littlefield SMAA Field Hockey Player of the Year in 2014…played for Hockey Mates and Maine Styx in the offseason.
Personal: Elyse Caiazzo, born in Portland, Maine….daughter of Steve and Laurie Caiazzo...majoring in Political Science and Environmental Science.
|Apr 10||at Regis (Mass.)||L, 7-6|
|Apr 14||Mount Ida||W, 9-7|
|Apr 17||Emmanuel (Mass.)||W, 16-5|
|Apr 21||at Rivier||W, 17-4|
|Apr 24||at Lasell||L, 16-7|
|Apr 28||at Regis (Mass.)||L, 9-6|
|Shots on goal||90||53|
|Shots on goal percentage||81.8||85.5|
|Free position goals-shots||17-27||11-16|
|Mar 3||Husson||W, 19-10||6||1||7||0-1||6||10||3||2||11||54.5||9||81.8|
|Mar 9||Me.-Farmington||W, 18-2||7||0||7||0-0||3||8||3||0||8||87.5||8||100.0|
|Mar 15||Southern Me.||W, 11-7||1||1||2||1-2||2||4||2||0||7||14.3||3||42.9|
|Mar 20||Simmons||W, 16-9||4||1||5||1-2||8||4||3||0||7||57.1||7||100.0|
|Mar 24||at Albertus Magnus||W, 19-3||5||1||6||1-2||8||8||0||3||10||50.0||10||100.0|
|Mar 27||at St. Joseph (Conn.)||W, 20-0||4||1||5||1-1||3||3||0||2||6||66.7||4||66.7|
|Mar 29||Bates||L, 17-3||2||0||2||1-2||2||3||1||1||4||50.0||4||100.0|
|Mar 31||Johnson & Wales (RI)||L, 17-11||3||1||4||1-2||5||9||3||2||5||60.0||5||100.0|
|Apr 2||at Thomas (Me.)||W, 26-4||6||2||8||1-1||1||10||0||0||7||85.7||6||85.7|
|Apr 7||Norwich||W, 20-10||4||0||4||2-3||3||10||1||3||7||57.1||5||71.4|
|Apr 10||at Regis (Mass.)||L, 7-6||3||0||3||2-3||3||7||3||0||9||33.3||6||66.7|
|Apr 14||Mount Ida||W, 9-7||3||0||3||2-2||2||2||4||2||4||75.0||3||75.0|
|Apr 17||Emmanuel (Mass.)||W, 16-5||3||0||3||1-1||3||8||2||1||5||60.0||5||100.0|
|Apr 21||at Rivier||W, 17-4||3||1||4||0-0||3||7||0||3||3||100.0||3||100.0|
|Apr 24||at Lasell||L, 16-7||1||0||1||0-0||2||8||5||2||6||16.7||5||83.3|
|Apr 28||at Regis (Mass.)||L, 9-6||4||0||4||3-5||4||2||2||0||11||36.4||7||63.6|
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