Villanova begins three-game road stand
Wildcats look to push for BIG EAST Championship
Sophomore Earns All-Conference Honors
Froccaro Leads Team With Three Goals, Mucci Provides Four Assists
11 Wildcats Post Points in Outstanding Team Effort
Awards: 2013 Second Team All-BIG EAST selection.
Career: Has appeared in 20 games while making 19 starts on attack through her sophomore season... Tallied 50 goals and six assists for 56 points... Collected 17 ground balls and caused 10 turnovers... Notched 14 draw controls.
2014: Did not play due to injury.
2013: Appeared in 14 games while making 13 starts on attack... Tallied a team-high 39 goals and added six assists for 45 points on the season... Collected 14 ground balls and caused nine turnovers... Notched 12 draw controls... Went 8-22 on free-position attempts on the year... Averaged 2.79 goals per game, .43 assists per game and 3.21 points per game... Ranked fourth in the BIG EAST averaging 2.79 goals per game... Ranked second in the BIG EAST averaging 3.21 points per game... Second on the team with 45 points... Fifth on the team with six assists... Tied for second on the team with one game-winning goal vs. Columbia (Mar. 13)... Fifth on the team with 12 draw controls... Tied for third on the team with nine caused turnovers... Tallied a career-high six points via four goals and two assists vs. Connecticut (Apr. 7)... Notched a career-high five goals twice in 2013 vs. Lehigh (Feb. 16) and Columbia (Mar. 15)... Tallied a career-high two assists vs. Marquette (Mar. 22), Syracuse (Apr. 5) and Connecticut (Apr. 7)...Collected a career-high three ground balls vs. Columbia (Mar. 13) and Rutgers (Apr. 13)... Grabbed a career-high three draw controls vs. Columbia (Mar. 13)... Also caused a career-high two turnovers vs. Davidson (Mar. 16), Rutgers (Apr. 13) and Louisville (Apr. 28)... Recorded at least a hat-trick in seven games during the season... Recorded 11 multi-point games on the year. BIG EAST: Appeared and started in all eight conference contests... Tallied a team-high 22 goals and added three assists for a team-high 25 points... Collected seven ground balls and caused five turnovers... Controlled five draws... Went 4-12 on free-position attempts... Fourth on the team with three assists in BIG EAST action... First on the team with four free-position goals... Fourth on the team with five draw controls.
2012: Appeared and started in the first six matches of the year at attack... Notched 11 goals off of 30 shots... Collected three ground galls and caused one turnover... Two draw controls... Posted a career-high three goals and three points vs. Princeton (Feb. 25)... Grabbed a career-high two ground balls and one draw control vs. Wagner (Feb. 18)... Matched a career-high one draw control vs. Delaware (Feb. 22) and posted another career-high one free position goal vs. the Blue Hens (Feb. 22). BIG EAST: Appeared and started in one BIG EAST contest vs. Georgetown (Mar. 3), where she posted a goal vs. the Hoyas.
Paul D. Schreiber: Earned four varsity letters under head coaches Raquel Piraino and Mary Romano and served as a team captain in 2011... Posted 188 goals, 30 assists and 2018 career points while taking more than 250 draw controls... Named a 2011 All-Nassau County selection... 2010 Honorable Mention All-Nassau County... Chosen as a 2009 and 2008 all-conference honoree... 2011 US Lacrosse All-American... Also lettered in tennis, where she was an all-county, all-conference and Long Island Team Champion... Earned the 2011 Paul D. Schreiber-Thomas J. Romeo and Paul D. Schreiber-Dan Biro Memorial Scholarship awards... Member of the Mu Alpha Theta Honor Society, National Honor Society and Social Studies and Science Honor Societies... Named a four-time NYSPHSAA Scholar-Athlete.
Personal: Born November 27th, 1992 in Port Washington, N.Y... Parents are Jeff and Jackie Froccaro... Brothers are Jeff, Jake and Joey... Brother, Jake, is a current member of the Princeton Men's Lacrosse team while Jeff was also a member of the Princeton Men's Lacrosse team... Enrolled as a Marketing major in the Villanova School of Business.