Against George Washington (4/5), had one ground ball, and two caused turnovers.
Against Richmond (4/3), had one draw control, and one caused turnover.
Had two ground balls, and two caused turnovers at Saint Joseph's (3/29).
At La Salle (3/27), had two ground balls, and one caused turnover.
Against Northwestern (3/25), had one ground ball, and three caused turnovers.
Against Stony Brook (3/14), had two ground balls, and two caused turnovers.
Against Dartmouth (3/4), had three ground balls, and two caused turnovers.
At Holy Cross (2/17), had two ground balls, and one caused turnover.
2008 (Junior): Game-By-Game Statistics
Named to the Jewish Sports Review All-America First-Team...honored to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team...started all 18 games of the season as on of UMass' top defenders leading UMass with 34 groundballs and 24 caused turnovers...finished the year ranked 6th all-time at UMass in career caused turnovers (64)...has started 53 consecutive games - every game of her career...ranked 61st nationally in caused turnovers...also had six draw controls and a goal on the year...scored her first career goal against Temple (4/6)...had a season-high four groundballs and added three caused turnovers against St. Bonaventure (4/18)...had a season-high three caused turnovers in four games...caused three turnovers in A-10 Championship Game against Temple (4/27)...had three groundballs and three caused turnovers against Holy Cross (2/19).
2007 (Sophomore): Game-By-Game Statistics
Started all 17 games as one of UMass' top defenders finishing the year with 24 groundballs, a team-high 21 caused turrnovers, and one draw control ... had six multi-groundball games and five multi-caused turnover games...Helped Minutewomen ranked third overall as a defensive unit in the A-10 and 16th in the NCAA allowing just 9.59 goals per game...Individually, ranked 75th in the NCAA in caused turnovers (1.24/game)...Has started 35 consecutive games - everyone of her career - at defense...Had two groundballs and one caused turnover in win over La Salle (4/29) holding the Explorers to just three goals...Caused one turnover in win over Saint Joseph's (4/27) allowing the Hawks to score just five goals...Collected a career high five groundballs and caused three turnovers in loss at St. Bonaventure (4/22)...Picked up four groundballs in win at Duquesne (4/20)...Has started 31 consecutive games on defense...Picked up a groundball and caused a turnover vs. Richmond (4/15)...Against George Washington (4/8), had three caused turnovers...At Temple (4/6), had two groundballs...Tied her career high with four caused turnovers at Boston College (3/25)...Had one caused turnover against Northwestern (3/23)...Had two groundballs at New Hampshire (3/20)...Had one caused turnover against Albany (3/10)...Had four groundballs and two caused turnovers at Harvard (3/3)...Had a groundball and two caused turnovers at Holy Cross (2/21).
2006 (Freshman):Game-by-Game Statistics
Named to the inaugural Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team ... named to the Jewish Sports Review All-America Team ... finished the season as one of the top defenders on the team starting in every game and recording 19 caused turnovers and collecting 22 groundballs ... had three caused turnovers and one groundball in win at George Washington (4/30) ... picked up three groundballs and caused two turnovers against Temple (4/23) ... had three groundballs in win at La Salle (4/15) which tied her career high ... caused two turnovers and had a groundball in win over St. Joe's (4/13) ... caused three turnovers against New Hampshire (3/25) ... had a great defensive game in win over Albany (3/11) where she collected a career-high three groundballs and caused a career-high four turnovers ... made her collegiate debut in start at Holy Cross (2/25).
Before UMass: A 2005 graduate of Massapequa High School where she earned all-conference honors as a junior and all-county honors as a senior for head coach Meghan Zimmer's Chiefs ... led squad to county championship during her senior season ... served as captain during her senior year.
Personal: Rose Rosenzweig ... born Aug. 12, 1987 in Massapequa, N.Y. ... daughter of Scott and Janice Rosenzweig ... has two siblings, Lindsey and Jason ... majoring in hospitality and tourism management ... attended high school with and lives down the street from Doc Schneider of the UMass men's lacrosse team.
GETTING TO KNOW JACKIE Nickname: Jackie Rose, Rose, J.R. Favorite TV show: Entourage and The OC Favorite sports movie: Little Giants Favorite website: weather.com Favorite ice cream flavor: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Second home on campus: Boyden Favorite day of the week: Friday Favorite place to eat in Amherst: Pasta E Basta Favorite UMass athletic (non-women's lacrosse playing) moment: Watching the men's lax team in the final four Favorite lacrosse moment: Starting my first game as a freshman Favorite place to play: Garber Field Favorite road trip: Hofstra--LONG ISLAND Dream job: To own a clothing line and a clothing store Something nobody knows about me... I have no secrets. When I'm not playing lacrosse, I am... Shopping, hanging out with friends and family or on the beach.