#12 Gina Scioscia
HONORS & AWARDS
Team Captain (2010)
First Team All-BIG EAST (2010)
IWLCA First Team All-Region (2010)
Second Team IWLCA
IWLCA First Team All-Region (2009)
Second Team All-BIG EAST (2009)
Four-time monogram winner for the Irish … finished her Notre Dame career as the only player in the program[apos]s history with over 100 goals (116) and 100 assists (106) … one of four players at Notre Dame with 200 points in her career (222) … closed career ranked seventh in goals (116), first in assists (106) and fourth in points (222) … served as team captain as a senior … selected first team all-BIG EAST as a senior and second team all-BIG EAST as a junior … second team IWLCA All-American in 2009 … was a first team IWLCA all-West/Midwest Region selection in 2009 and 2010 … preseason all-BIG EAST pick in 2010 and the 2010 preseason offensive player of the year choice … enjoyed tremendous jumps in her scoring numbers during her career … went from eight points to 55 points (+47) as a sophomore and 55 to 96 as a junior (+41) for the first and third biggest jumps for a player in the program[apos]s history … owns the second longest scoring streak in Notre Dame history, going 37 games (2/22/09 to 5/16/10) with at least one point … had 88g, 64a for 152 points during her streak … played in 72 games for the Irish, making 58 consecutive starts … owns 42 ground balls, 25 draw controls and 24 caused turnovers.
AS A SENIOR: Led Notre Dame in scoring as a senior, scoring 39 goals and 24 assists for 63 points in 18 games … was second in goals and second in assists on the team … scored in all 18 games for the Irish … added 13 ground balls, a career-best 20 draw controls and six caused turnovers … selected first team all-BIG EAST and first team IWLCA all-region …had 15 games with two or more points and nine with four or more points … had 13 games with two or more goals … started the season with three goals and an assist for four points in a win at Hofstra … scored twice in 15-10 win at home versus Duquesne … held to season-low one goal in 12-8 loss to Dartmouth on March 7… was one of just three games that Scioscia was held to just one point … scored a pair of goals in 14-12 overtime win at California … scored just one goal, but it was the game winner in 7-6 win at Boston University … had two goals and an assist in the 10-9 home loss to Vanderbilt … scored just one goal in the 11-9 win over Louisville … Notre Dame[apos]s top goal-getter in the 15-5 loss at Northwestern … found her rhythm with five-point game (2g, 3a) in 12-10 loss at Georgetown … had second consecutive five-point game with two goals and three assists in 11-10 victory at Loyola … scored once and set up two others in 16-0 win over Villanova … scored a pair of goals and set up a third in the 6-5 upset win over seventh-ranked Syracuse at Arlotta Stadium … had a season-high seven points (3g, 4a) in the 15-5 home win over Cincinnati … three goals against the Bearcats gave Scioscia over 100 for her career, making her the eighth player at Notre Dame with 100 or more goals …. racked up second consecutive three-goal game (with an assist) in the 12-11 win at Ohio State … notched three more goals and another assist as Notre Dame fell at Rutgers, 12-11 … closed the regular season with a four-goal, three-assist game in 16-9 win at Connecticut … became the first Notre Dame women[apos]s lacrosse player to score over 100 goals and have 100 assists in this game … scored four goals with one assist in the 12-11, four overtime loss to Syracuse in the BIG EAST semifinals … selected to the BIG EAST all-tournament team for her play … closed her career with a goal and three assists in the NCAA Tournament loss at Northwestern (19-7).
AS A JUNIOR: Picked right up where she finished her sophomore year, teaming with Jillian Byers to be one of the top 1-2 scoring punches in the nation … was second in goals (53) and points (96) while leading the team with 43 assists … added 19 ground balls, five draw controls and three caused turnovers on the attack side of the ball … selected second team all-BIG EAST, first team IWLCA all-West/Midwest Region and second team IWLCA All-American … scored points in 20 of the team[apos]s 21 games and finished the year with a 19-game goal-and-point streak (49g, 40a, 89 pts) … led the Irish with six game-winning goals … had 17 multiple-goal games, 12 multiple-assist games and 20 games with two or more points … one of four players on the roster to score 40 or more goals for the season … opened the season with a seven-point game (4g, 3a), equaling a career high, in a 22-7 win over Duquesne … held off the scoresheet for the only time all season in the 21-5 home loss against Northwestern … scored twice and added an assist for three points in a 14-11 win over Ohio State … recorded second four-goal game of the year and added an assist in 17-8 home win versus Stanford … had three goals and an assist in 16-11 victory at Dartmouth … helped run winning streak to four games with five-point game (3g, 2a) and first game-winning goal of the year in 16-12 win at Disney[apos]s World of Sports in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. on March 10 … picked up second consecutive game winner as part of a six-point game (4g, 2a) in hard-fought 17-15 win at the Loftus Center versus Hofstra … opened the BIG EAST schedule with a career day at home versus Rutgers … scored twice and had career bests in assists (6) and points in an 18-9 win over the Scarlet Knights … picked up six points (2g, 4a) in a 20-4 victory versus California to help winning streak reach seven games … selected BIG EAST offensive player of the week for week ending March 23 as she collected four goals and 10 assists for 14 points in two games … scored three goals with one assist as Irish fell at home to Georgetown, 14-12 … scored a career-best six goals, including the game winner in a 16-13 win over Loyola (Md.) … chipped in five points (2g, 3a) with the game winner in 16-5 win at Cincinnati … had four points (3g, 1a) in 20-8 victory at Louisville on April 5 … had her lowest point total with a goal and an assist as Irish dropped a tough, 14-13 decision at Syracuse … the losing streak would go to two straight as Notre Dame lost, 18-11 at Vanderbilt despite Scioscia[apos]s two-goal, three-assist game … followed that five-point game with three more as she had two goals and three assists in wins over Connecticut (20-5) and then five points in each game of the BIG EAST Tournament against Syracuse, a 16-10 win, and in the title game, a 12-10 victory over Georgetown … recorded the game-winning goals in both victories and her 10 points in the BIG EAST Tournament earned her selection to the BIG EAST all-tournament team … closed the regular season with two goals and two assists in 11-9 win at Cornell … opened the first round of the NCAA Tournament with three goals and two assists for five points in 19-13 home win over Vanderbilt … held to two points (1g, 1a) in 16-10 loss in NCAA quarterfinals at North Carolina (5/16).
AS A SOPHOMORE: Broke into the starting lineup in the fall and never looked back … finished third on the team in scoring with 20 goals and 35 assists for 55 points … led Irish with 35 assists and was tied for fourth with 20 goals … tallied 51 shots for a .392 shooting percentage … grabbed nine ground balls and caused 11 turnovers on the year … had the largest point increase from one year to the next (+47) in 2008 (eight points in 2007 to 55 points in `08) … had points in 17 of Notre Dame[apos]s 19 games, including 14 games with two or more points … recorded five games with two or more goals and nine with two or more assists … started the year slowly with six points in the first five games … opened with a goal and an assist in 22-10 win over Canisius … had just one assist in 16-4 win against Duquesne … held off the scoresheet in win over Ohio State and then started a nine-game points streak (11g, 19a) for 30 points in loss to Stanford … scored one goal versus the Cardinal … added a goal and an assist in a loss to Oregon (3/6) while having a career high three caused turnovers … from there, she went on a roll, turning in back-to-back five-point games in wins versus California (2g, 3a) and Delaware (career-high five assists) … had a goal and an assist in the 16-13 overtime loss to Syracuse … followed with a goal and two assists in 13-10 BIG EAST win against Loyola … equaled a career high with five points (2g, 3a) in 18-11 win over Connecticut … scored four points (1g, 3a) in upset win against Duke (4/3) … held off the scoresheet for only the second time all season in loss at Northwestern … finished the season with a six-game scoring streak (8g, 14a) … picked up a goal and two assists in upset win at Georgetown … held to one assist in Irish 9-6 loss to Vanderbilt … set a personal career-best with seven points (2g, 5a) in 20-9 win at Rutgers … had five points (1g, 4a) in triple-overtime loss to Georgetown (15-14) in BIG EAST Tournament … had a goal and two assists as Irish defeated Cornell, 15-11, to qualify for NCAA Tournament … led Irish with career-best three goals in 15-7 NCAA loss at Northwestern.
AS A FRESHMAN: Came off the bench at attack in 14 of Notre Dame[apos]s 17 games … scored four goals with four assists for eight points with one ground ball and four caused turnovers … saw action in first two games of the season versus James Madison and Stanford but did not score … first goal and multi-point game came in 18-10 loss to Northwestern as she picked up a goal and an assist … had career-best three-point game (2g, 1a) in 18-8 win at Canisius … had assists at Cornell and at home against Duquesne … final goal of the year came in 16-11 win versus California.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Four-year letter winner in soccer and lacrosse at Summit High School … led soccer team in scoring in 2004 and 2005 … served as team captain as a senior … three-time all-Iron Hills Conference selection and two-time all-county and all-state choice in soccer … finished lacrosse career as Summit High School[apos]s all-time leading goal scorer with 210 in her career … selected team captain as a senior … was team MVP in 2005 and 2006 … won the 2006 Joanne Lavorgna Lacrosse Award … three-time all-Iron Hills conference and all-state selection in lacrosse … chosen as a first team U.S. Lacrosse All-American as a senior … two-time U.S. Lacrosse all-academic selection (`05, `06) … played for the Metro Lacrosse Club team, winning the 2005 Metro Foundation Award … first team all-Galaxy league player Award in 2004 and 2005 … member of the North team in the 2006 New Jersey All-Star game … member of the Upper Atlantic Team 1 in the 2005 U.S. Lacrosse national championship tournament … full name is Gina Rose Scioscia … daughter of John and Michele Scioscia … has one sister and one brother … born Apr. 16, 1988 in Westwood, N.J. … graduated with a degree in Film, Television and Theatre at Notre Dame.
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