April 26, 2007

Four Bloomsburg Lacrosse Players Named All-PSAC


BLOOMSBURG - Bloomsburg University lacrosse players Brittany Wilkins (Barto/Boyertown), Angie Picciotti (Chalfont/Central Bucks West), Kelsey Quigley (Lansdale/Methacton), and Bridget Maenner (Philadelphia/Little Flower) have been named to the All- Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) team. Wilkins earned first team honors, while Quigley, Picciotti and Maenner were named to the second team.

Wilkins, a senior, was a top defender throughout her career as a Husky. This season, she was named the team's most valuable player while leading the Huskies in ground balls with 55 and caused turnovers with 36. In addition, she has scored three times and added three assists for Bloomsburg. Wilkins was previously named to the All-PSAC team in both 2005 and 2006. Also in 2005, Wilkins was named first team All-Region as well as first team All-American.

Picciotti, a junior, played well on both sides of the ball for Bloomsburg this season. She racked up 31 points on 26 goals and five assists, good for third on the team in scoring. She was also second on the team with 46 ground balls and tied for the team lead with 36 caused turnovers. Picciotti's best game this season came at East Stroudsburg where she scored a career-high five goals, had five ground balls and caused five turnovers in a 14-9 Bloomsburg win.

Quigley, a sophomore, finished the season tied for the team lead with 39 points on 29 goals and 10 assists. She was a consistent offensive threat all season for Bloomsburg, scoring a point in 15 of the Huskies 17 games on the year. Quigley finished the season with eight multiple-point games including a career-high seven goals in a win over IUP.

Maenner, a junior goalkeeper, made 135 saves in goal for the Huskies this season. She finished the year with a 10.73 goals against average and a .456 save percentage. Maenner had seven games with 10 or more saves including an 11-save performance in an 8-7 win over Shippensburg that clinched a playoff spot for Bloomsburg and a 16-save game against Lock Haven in the PSAC playoffs.

Bloomsburg finished the season with a 9-8 record and a 9-5 record in the PSAC under first-year head coach Leah Quigley.



Brittany Wilkins
Brittany Wilkins
Bridget Maenner
Angie Picciotti
Kelsey Quigley
Kelsey Quigley
Bridget Maenner
Bridget Maenner