Recent UMass graduate selected for NCAA Division I post
Graduating senior class duo helped team to 57 victories, three NCAA Tournaments
Minutewomen pick up team award, 10 individuals selected to NFHCA National Academic Squad
Former Minutewomen help Team USA to victory in Toronto
Minutewomen celebrate their 2015 A-10 Championship, NCAA Tournament berth
FH VS. BC Photos by Thom Kendall '93
FH VS. STANFORD Photos by Thom Kendall '93
FH TEAM/CLASS PHOTO SHOOT Photos by Thom Kendall '93
FH vs. California Photos by Thom Kendall '93
FH vs. RICHMOND Photos by Thom Kendall '93
Carlino With The U.S. National Program: Made appearances with the U.S. Indoor National Team during the Can-Am series victory in Toronto (March 19-20) and won team MVP for her performance during the decisive third game ... Played for the USA-Red Team at the 2014 Women's National Championship (June 16-21) ... 2013 Junior World Cup participant with the United States U21 National Team with UMass teammate Hannah Prince, one of 18 student-athletes and only two goalkeepers chosen from across the country (July 27-Aug. 4) ... 2013 Junior National Camp - U.S. U21 National Team (June 26-28) ... Under-21 Women's National Championship (June 20-25, 2013) ... 2013 Women's National Championship - New England/North High Performance Team (May 23-29).
Career Highlights: Starter in all 89 of her appearances ... Only missed one career game (vs. Rider, Nov. 6, 2012) and played in the final 67 consecutively ... Went 56-33 as a starter with winning records in each of her four seasons ... Earned 14 individual shutouts and two additional combined clean sheets ... Amassed 6,340 minutes in the cage ... Posted a career 1.58 goals-against average and .731 save percentage with 389 stops versus 143 goals allowed ... Two-time Atlantic 10 All-Conference selection who also earned a NFHCA All-Region nod once ... Lauded academically throughout her collegiate career with four NFHCA National Academic Squad spots, three Atlantic 10 All-Academic Team honors and the 2015 UMass Female Fall Scholar-Athlete Award.
Miscellaneous Notes: Hired as an assistant coach for the Bucknell University field hockey team on Friday, May 13, 2016 immediately following her graduation from the University of Massachusetts.
2015 - Senior: Game-by-Game Statistics ... Atlantic 10 All-Tournament Team ... NFHCA National Academic Squad ... Atlantic 10 All-Academic Team ... UMass Female Fall Scholar-Athlete ... UMass Female Athlete of the Year ... Kathy Phelan "Heart of the Team" Award ... Atlantic 10 Preseason All-Conference Team ... Starter in all 21 games played with a 1.59 goals-against average and .754 save percentage ... Had 10 saves in the season-opener against New Hampshire ... Earned five stops during the 2-1 win at No. 20 Boston University ... Her final save against the Terriers went as the 300th of her career ... Added a nine-save performance during the Sept. 3 win at Northeastern in the 2-1 overtime win ... Posted nine saves against No. T9 Stanford on Sept. 27 ... Provided six saves in the 3-2 win at Saint Louis (Oct. 2) ... Provided eight stops against No. 8 Boston College (10/18) ... Notched an individual shutout over VCU (Oct. 16) and combined with Emily Hazard for a clean sheet versus La Salle (Oct. 23) ... Was particularly effective in leading UMass to its nine regular season wins with a 1.12 goals-against average and .756 save percentage ... Only allowed one goal (0.35 GAA) and had .857 save percentage during nearly 200 minutes in final 3 must-win A-10 games, which included the shutouts of VCU and La Salle ... Recorded five saves for the win over Saint Joseph's in the A-10 Championship semifinal round on Nov. 6 ... Added three stops during the 3-0 shutout of Richmond in the Atlantic 10 Championship Game (11/7) ... Earned seven saves during the shutout victory over Kent State during the NCAA Tournament Play-In Game (11/7) ... Totaled 11 saves in the NCAA Tournament First Round game at No. 2 Syracuse (11/11).
2014 - Junior: Game-by-Game Statistics ... Atlantic 10 First Team All-Conference ... Atlantic 10 All-Tournament Team ... Atlantic 10 Preseason All-Conference ... Atlantic 10 All-Academic Team ... NFHCA National Academic Squad ... Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll ... Team captain along with Lauren Allymohamed and Renee Suter ... Started all 21 games and played 1,474:25 in the cage ... Earned a single-season career-best .740 save percentage as she allowed the fewest goals (34) in a one year in her UMass playing days ... Produced 97 saves with three total shutouts, including two individual efforts ... Tallied a 1.61 goals-against average, which she lowered to 0.90 during Atlantic 10 league play ... Made 12 saves - including the 200th of her career - in the season-opening 3-2 loss to No. 1 Maryland (8/29) at the Nook in Lancaster, Pa., her third career game with double-digit stops ... Added nine saves against Temple on Aug. 31 ... Had four saves to help UMass defeat Maine (9/5) in overtime, 3-2 ... Earned another nine-save performance when UMass traveled to Boston College (9/7) ... Provided two saves to record her 35th career win with the Minutewomen at UMass-Lowell (9/13) ... Tallied 10 saves when Massachusetts hosted No. 5 Connecticut on Sept. 19 ... Made three stops to earn a win at VCU (9/28) ... Added four saves to record a shutout of Lock Haven (10/3), the 10th clean sheet of her career ... Made one save when she teamed with Emily Hazard in goal to shut out Davidson (10/17) ... The win over Davidson marked the 40th for Carlino during her collegiate career ... Made four saves with only one goal allowed on a penalty stroke in the 2-1 victory over Boston University in extra time (10/19) ... Added five more stops to preserve the victory at La Salle (10/24) ... Shut out Lock Haven in the Atlantic 10 Tournament Semifinal Round (11/7) ... Had five saves when UMass faced Richmond in the Atlantic 10 Championship Game (11/8).
2013 - Sophomore: Game-by-Game Statistics ... NFHCA All-Region Second Team ... Atlantic 10 All-Academic Team ... NFHCA National Academic Squad ... Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Fall Honor Roll ... Started and played in all 24 games as a sophomore, finishing with a 1.47 goals-against average, .704 save percentage and 1,761 minutes played ... Made 88 saves against 37 goals allowed ... Totaled six shutouts ... Finished the year third in the Atlantic 10 for goals-against average while she also earned third in shutouts and fifth for saves ... Improved her numbers during Atlantic 10 competition with a .750 save percentage and 1.19 goals-against average as the Minutewomen went undefeated in seven league games ... Made six saves against only one goal allowed at Maine (8/30) for her 15th win as a Minutewoman ... Notched seven stops during UMass' come-from-behind victory over No. 9 Michigan ... Earned shutouts over UMass-Lowell, 6-0 and Harvard, 3-0 ... Turned aside nine shots by No. 19 Boston College ... Blocked four Ohio State attempts to secure the 1-0 shutout victory on Sept. 14 ... Had three more saves during UMass' 5-1 victory over Hofstra (9/22) ... Provided three saves to blank Northeastern during UMass' 2-0 win on the road (10/2) ... Added four saves during a 3-1 come-from-behind win at Boston University (10/6) ... Made one stop to shut out Saint Louis (10/12) ... Turned aside four La Salle shots to record her 25th collegiate victory (10/18) ... Made two saves in the victory over Saint Joseph's (10/20) ... Blocked six shots at Lock Haven (11/1) for her 15th win of the season ... Made six saves at Saint Francis (11/3) during UMass' overtime victory for her 30th career win ... Notched five stops against No. 7 Virginia to help UMass earn the come-from-behind win in overtime, 4-3 during the NCAA Tournament First Round (11/16).
2012 - Freshman: Game-by-Game Statistics ... Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team ... Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team ... Atlantic 10 All-Tournament Team ... Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week (10/22) ... NFHCA Scholar of Distinction ... NFHCA National Academic Squad ... Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Fall Honor Roll ... Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll ... First-year goalkeeper served as the starter for the Minutewomen with 1,610 minutes in the cage ... Had a 1.65 goals-against average with 37 tallies allowed over 23 appearances ... Owned a .725 save percentage courtesy of 100 stops ... Totaled first collegiate win during 2-1 upset of No. 18 New Hampshire in overtime on Aug. 24 ... Earned a single-game career high 15 saves at No. 3 Maryland (9/8) ... Tallied shutouts against VCU (10/14), Lock Haven (10/28) and No. 16 Richmond (11/3) ... Had six stops against Temple (11/2) in the A-10 Tournament Semifinal Round to preserve 5-2 win ... Shut out No. 1 seed and No. 16 nationally ranked Richmond (11/3) to help UMass to the A-10 Tournament Championship with a pair of saves ... Missed the NCAA Tournament Play-In Game against Rider (11/6), a 2-1 victory in overtime, due to an illness ... Turned aside 13 shots against No. 5 Syracuse (11/10) in the NCAA Tournament First Round.
Before UMass: Earned all-area first team honors as a senior and was selected to the second team as a junior at Unionville High School ... Tabbed Ches-Mont All-League three times, including first team recognitions as a junior and senior ... Backstopped team to an 18-5-1 record, a Ches-Mont American League Title and a district finalist finish in 2011 ... Helped squad post an 11-5-2 season and capture the Ches-Mont American League Championship in 2010 ... Logged 12 shutouts as a senior with 156 saves on 173 shots for a .902 save percentage and posted a 0.79 goals-against average (18 allowed over 23 games) ... Finished career with a .912 save percentage, a 0.79 GAA and 30 shutouts ... Played club with W.C. Eagles Field Hockey from 2007-2012 and was part of the team that took second at the National Club Championship in 2011 ... Also played softball at Unionville and was a four-time All-Chesmont League selection ... Totaled Distinguished Honors for academics all four years at Unionville.
Personal: Born Samantha Ann Carlino on Nov. 14, 1993 in West Chester, Pa. ... Is the daughter of Michael and Amy Carlino ... Has one brother, Nathan.
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