The Minutewomen take home the runner-up trophy and will await the outcome of the women's soccer NCAA selection show.
The Minutewomen will play for their first A-10 title since 1997 on Sunday after handing the top-seeded Explorers their first loss of the season.
The #4 Minutewomen face #5 St. Bonaventure in the first round.
The Minutewomen post first Atlantic 10 Tournament win since 1997.
Sousa and McGaffigan score for the Minutewomen as Cota logs ninth shutout.
Highlights from UMass' 1-0 win over #23 La Salle in the Atlantic 10 Semifinals.
Transferred to UMass from Elon University.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011: Game-By-Game Stats
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009 (at Elon):Saw action in eight games, starting in four. Scored a game winning goal on five total shots, four on goal. Also had two assists on the season. Had an assist in a 2-1 win over Wofford (9/25) ... Had the assist for the game winning goal in a 1-0 win over Coastal Carolina (9/8) ... Scored the game winning goal for a 1-0 victory over High Point (9/6).
BEFORE COLLEGE:Played four seasons for Acton-Boxborough ... Helped the Colonials to four Dual County League championships ... Team was undefeated state champion in 2007 and was undefeated until the state finals in 2008 ... Led Acton-Boxborough in scoring as a senior ... Tabbed Dual County League MVP ... Was an All-Massachusetts All-Star and All-New England All-Star in 2010, as well ... Was four-time team Offensive MVP ... Selected DCL All-Star Team 1 sophomore and junior years and Team 2 as a freshman ... Also played hockey freshman and sophomore years and ran indoor track as a senior ... Earned All-Scholastic honors in 2008.
PERSONAL:Born Cecilia J. Jensen on Jun. 29, 1991, in Fort Collins, Colo. ... Daughter of Rodney and Toni ... Has two sisters, Monica and Lucy ... Father, Rodney, was a ski racer ... Sister, Monica, plays soccer at Colgate ... Major is undeclared.
Cecilia Jensen's Career Statistics