15 Emily Mongeau
15 - Emily Mongeau
Height: 5-8
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Westborough, Mass.
High School: Westborough
Position: M

2011 GAME LOG
2010 GAME LOG
2009 GAME LOG

2011: Second Team All-American by the IWLCA and Synapse Sports...Second Team IWLCA All-Region selection...Northeast-10 First Team All-Conference performer…served as a team captain…scored multiple goals in 15 of 17 games while starting all 17 contests…led the Penmen in goals (62), assists (22), points (84), draw controls (85), ground balls (71) and caused turnovers (34)…finished second in program history for goals and points in a season…totaled three goals, six assists and 10 draw controls in a win over Fort Lewis (3/10)…registered seven goals and an assist against nationally-ranked C.W. Post (3/12)…scored five times in a win over Saint Anselm (3/29)…finished with five goals and an assist against Merrimack (4/6)…registered five goals and an assist, five ground balls and seven draw controls in an 18-13 win against Bentley (4/18)…scored six times in a 14-10 setback to nationally-ranked Stonehill (4/20)…recorded six goals and an assist at Saint Michael’s (4/29)…scored twice in SNHU’s NE-10 Tournament setback at Stonehill (5/4).

2010:  Appeared in all 17 games on the season for the Penmen...totaled 43 goals and 18 assists for 61 points...ranked third on the team in goal scoring and second in point production...collected a team-leading 80 draw controls alongside a team-leading 52 ground balls...also led the team in caused turnovers (29)...only player on the Penmen to score in each game of the season...scored one goal and three assists against American International (3/15)...scored three goals against Converse (3/25) and Stonehill (3/31)...recorded four goals and two assists against Molloy (4/2) and three goals and an assist against Franklin Pierce (4/8)...scored a goal and two assists in a victory over Assumption (4/14)...recorded seven points with six goals and an assist in a victory over Southern Connecticut (4/17)...followed up seven point performance with four goals and two assists the following game against Saint Michael's (4/20)...recorded four points (2-2=4) against Bentley (4/28)...scored season-high seven goals against Merrimack (5/1)...recorded season-high eight points with three goals and five assists in a road playoff victory against Bentley (5/5)...was named to the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) All-Region team as a Second Team selection in a vote of the league's coaches...named to the Northeast-10 All-Conference Second Team...surpassed the 100-point mark for her career in an NE-10 Tournament win at Bentley (5/5)...finished the 2010 season third in the Northeast-10 and sixth nationally in draw controls with 81...was fourth in the Northeast-10 in caused turnovers per game (1.71)...set the program record for draw controls in a season (80).

2009:  Northeast-10 Co-Freshman of the Year and Second Team All-Conference…IWLCA Second Team  All-Region…womenslacrosse.com All-Rookie Team…played in all 18 games with 16 starts and totaled 37 goals and four assists for 41 points…ranked second on the team in goal scoring and fourth in point production…also registered a team-high 52 draw controls and collected 43 ground balls, good for third on the squad…31 caused turnovers were second-best on the Penmen…scored at least one goal in all but one game during the season…tallied two goals in each of her first four and six of her first seven collegiate games…totaled four goals in a win over Merrimack (4/1)…scored three times in a win at Franklin Pierce (4/7)…finished with four goals in a win over nationally-ranked New Haven (4/11)…received Northeast-10 Freshman of the Week honors (4/13)…tallied two goals and an assist in a win at American International (4/18)…scored twice in SNHU’s NE-10 Tournament win over Franklin Pierce (4/28)…registered three goals in the Penmen’s NE-10 semifinal win over Stonehill (5/2).

High School/Personal: 2008 graduate of Westborough HS where she lettered in lacrosse, soccer and basketball...played lacrosse for coaches Colleen Debish and Melissa Callender...totaled 52 goals and 17 assists as a senior and finished her career with over 200 goals and 50 assists...holds the school record for career goals...team captain as a senior...All-State selection...team captain in lacrosse and soccer and also an All-State selection in lacrosse...also a member of the SNHU soccer team and earned Northeast-10 All-Conference accolades as a freshman...daughter of Peter and Patty Mongeau...sister Jenny Mongeau played lacrosse at Assumption College and is the Greyhounds' all-time leading scorer...enjoys listening to Dave Matthews Band, Rascal Flatts and Taylor Swift...favorite teams are the Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics and New England Patriots...Early Childhood Education major.

OFFENSE               GP    G    A  Pts Shots Shot%  SOG  SOG%  GB  DC  TO  CT 
2009................  18   37    4   41    75  .493   58  .773  43  52  25  31 
2010................  17   43   18   61   108  .398   77  .713  52  80  37  29 
2011................  17   62   22   84   137  .453   94  .686  71  85  52  34 
TOTAL...............  52  142   44  186   320  .444  229  .716 166 217 114  94