Colonials to Play Mercyhurst for Fifth Place on Sunday Morning
Senior Scores Nine Goals, Breaks All-Time Mark
Colonials Down Azusa Pacific in Sudden Death
Colonials Down Siena, Fall to Wagner
CWPA/MAAC Crossover Up Next for Colonials
Tallied 43 saves, three assists and three steals in 28 quarters played ... Posted a 10.43 goals-against average ... Recorded a career-high 12 saves against No. 20 Hartwick at the Bucknell Invitational (Feb. 15) ... Made eight saves and allowed just four goals in three quarters against Siena at the CWPA/MAAC Crossover (Feb. 23) ... Played all seven quarters in the Colonials' 11-10 sudden death victory over Azusa Pacific at the Claremont Convergence (March 8) ... Tallied five saves against just two goals allowed in two quarters against Mercyhurst (April 5).
Tallied 28 saves and an assist in 17 quarters played in goal during her rookie campaign ... Recorded three saves in two quarters in the season opener at Princeton (Feb. 9) ... Stopped five shots while allowing four goals in two quarters against Villanova at the Princeton Invitational (Feb. 10) ... Played the entire game at Villanova in the CWPA/MAAC Crossover and recorded a season-high six saves in the win (Feb. 23) ... Matched that total in just two quarters against both Iona and Marist at the Lancer Invite (March 15).
Four-year starting goalkeeper at Gulliver Prep ... Earned Fifth-Team All-America and First-Team All-Dade honors as a senior after posting a .692 save percentage with 207 saves against just 92 goals allowed ... Named the Olympic Development Program's Southeast Zone Goalie of the Year in 2012 ... Selected to the All-Dade Second Team in 2010 and Third Team in 2009 ... MVP of the 2009 Southeast Zones championship ... Two-time team captain ... Led her team to a third-place finish at the 2011 state tournament ... Participated in the 16-and-under Junior Olympics with her Riptides club team ... Received the advanced ceramics award from Gulliver Prep in 2012.
Caterina Sesana ... Born Aug. 14, 1993 in Bogota, Colombia ... Daughter of Alfredo Sesana and Gloria Grajeles ... Older sister, Melissa, played water polo at GW from 2008-11 ... Also has an older sister, Veronica ... Intends to major in music ... Enjoys surfing, snowboarding and playing the drums and the ukulele.
|Quarters Played||7||vs. Azusa Pacific (3/8/14)|
|Saves||12||vs. Hartwick (2/15/14)|
|Assists||1||2x, Last vs. Wagner (2/23/14)|
|Steals||1||3x, Last vs. Azusa Pacific (3/8/14)|
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