15 Shaunna Kaplan
15 Shaunna Kaplan
Height: 5-3
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Framingham, Mass.
High School: Framingham
Position: A

Collegiate Honors:
2009: IWLCA Northeast Region Second Team;  America East First Team.
2008: America East All-Conference Second Team; America East All-Championship Team.
2007: America East All-Rookie Team.

Career Totals:  54 games played; 82 goals; 52 assists; 134 points.

Career Highs:  Four goals (vs. Albany 04/16/08); five assists (at Binghamton 04/25/09); eight points (at Binghamton 04/25/09).

Career Milestones:  50th career goal vs. Oregon (04/20/08); 50th career assist vs. Albany (04/30/09); 100th career point vs. Stony Brook (03/28/2009).

2009 Season:  Started all 19 games; the only Wildcat to record double digits in goals (29), assists (25), ground balls (21), draw controls (17) and caused turnovers (19); led the team in assists (for the third consecutive year); ranked second in points as well as fourth in both goals and caused turnovers; in six America East conference games, recorded 14-9-23; tallied 8-4-12 in six games vs. nationally-ranked teams; recorded personal bests of five assists and eight points at Binghamton (04/25);  ended the season with a point in 12 consecutive games; recorded a point in 17 of 19 games with 14 multiple-point efforts, including nine multiple-goal performances and seven multiple-assist efforts; in addition to the career-high eight-point game, had five four-point games and one five-point game; six multiple ground ball efforts; tallied a career-high five caused turnovers, as well as two goals and three ground balls, at Albany (03/21).

2008 Season:  Started all 19 games; led the team in assists (15) and draw controls (34); ranked third in goals (30), points (45), ground balls (26) and caused turnovers (12); second in shooting percentage (.476); one of two 'Cats to record double digits in goals, assists, ground balls, draw controls and caused turnovers; 11-5-16 in six America East conference games; 6-4-10 in six games against nationally-ranked teams; recorded a point in 17 consecutive games with 11 multiple-point efforts, which included 10 multiple-goal performances; established a career high in goals (four) and a season-high five points (five) April 16 vs. Albany; tallied three goals four times and four points six times; tallied seven points (3g, 4a) as well as six draw controls, two ground balls and one caused turnover in the two league tourney games; eight games with multiple ground balls, including a season-high four at Stony Brook (04/05) – also tallied three draw controls in that game.

2007 Season:  Played in 16 of 17 games; led the team in assists and draw controls; ranked second in points as well as third in CTO and fourth in both GB and goals; in six conference games, recorded 6-5-11; also tallied 14 GB, five CTO and nine DC; recorded a point in 14 of 16 games with 12 multiple-point efforts; scored a goal in each of those 14 games with seven multiple-goal performances; began her collegiate career by scoring a goal and recording more than one point in each of the first 10 games of the season; the 10-game goal streak broke the school record established by Sarah Von Bargen (nine games) for longest at the outset of a Wildcat career; season-high three goals in the league semifinal and vs. Vermont in the regular season; personal-best three assists in the regular-season finale at Binghamton; season-high four points vs. Vermont, Binghamton and Boston U. (in the semifinal).

Personal:  Lettered on the UNH women's soccer team in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009; recorded 2-1-5 as a rookie forward and 3-3-9 this past fall; born 11/27/87; a 2006 graduate of Framingham High School, where she lettered in lacrosse and soccer; All-America First Team in 2006; Bay State League First Team All-Star in 2006, '05 and '04; Boston Globe Player of the Year in '06; Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic in '06 and '05; MetroWest Daily News All-Star in '06, '05 and '04; Eastern Massachusetts Player of the Year in '06; led Framingham to the state title in '06, when she recorded 91 goals and 87 assists; career numbers of 222 goals and 178 assists; in soccer, Super Y National Olympic Development Program Team in '05; three-time Bay State League First Team All-Star; a kinesiology: sport studies major.


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