Second team Atlantic 10 All-Conference selection ... played in 17 games, making 16 starts ... led the team with six goals and tied for the club lead with six assists for a team-high 18 points ... tied for the team lead with 41 shots ... tied a school-record with four goals and eight points against Temple ... tallied a goal and an assist against Saint Joseph's to finish with 11 points on the week and earn Dinn Brothers/UMass Athlete of the Week, ECAC Player of the Week and A-10 Player of the Week honors ... also scored a goal and dished out an assist in the season finale vs. Richmond ... handed out a helper against Iowa State, Auburn, Xavier and Fordham.
Played in 13 games, making 12 starts ... had three goals and eight assists for 14 points ... third on the team with 26 shots ... assist tally was tied for team lead and ranked second in the conference ... 12th in the nation averaging 0.62 assists per game ... had the game-winning goal and two assists, including the first of her career, against Binghamton ... dished out a pair of assists, including the game-winner, vs. Rhode Island ... scored a goal and recorded an assist on the game-winning score vs. New Hampshire ... dished out a career-high three assists against St. Bonaventure ... scored the tying goal vs. Dayton in the season finale.
Atlantic 10 Conference All-Rookie team selection ... saw action in 15 games, coming off the bench in all but one ... finished fourth in scoring with 10 points off five goals ... had a hat trick versus Albany en route to earning A-10 Rookie of the Week honors ... scored her other two goals vs. Long Island and La Salle ... was named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in the fall ... earned a spot on the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Four-year letterwinner at Shenendehowa ... her 36 career assists set a new school record ... with 85 career goals, she owns the second-best total in school history ... team captain as a junior and senior ... in 1998, she scored six goals in a game twice, tying the school record for most goals in one game ... scored 39 goals and had six assists during her junior campaign ... led the team in goals as a freshman, junior and senior ... during the 1998 Empire State Games, she recorded two hat tricks in three games ... member of the Region I Olympic Development Program in 1998-99 ... a New York state first team All-Star her senior year ... voted the Suburban Council Class A Co-Player of the Year as a senior ... scored the winning goal in the 1997-98 Suburban Council Class A championship game ... section II Class A champions in 1996-97.
Full name is Erin Marie Lilly ... born April 26, 1982, in Port Jefferson, N.Y. ... daughter of Dan and Jude Lilly ... enrolled in the College of Food and Natural Resources, majoring in Sport Management.
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