Casiano's 2011 Statistics
Collegiate Honors: 2010: America East All-Rookie Team; America East Rookie of the Week (three times); America East Academic Honor Roll.
Career Highs: Four goals (vs. Presbyterian 03/18/11); two assists (twice- most recent vs. Presbyterian 03/18/11); six points (vs. Presbyterian 03/18/11).
2011 season: Played all 17 games and was in the starting lineup 16 times; recorded 18 goals and eight assists for 26 points to rank fifth on the team in all three statistics; third in draw controls (21); also recorded double digits in ground balls (15); in six America East conference games, tallied four points (three goals, one assist); recorded a point in 12 of 17 games with a goal in 11 games; six multiple-point efforts, including four multiple-goal games; career highs in both goals (four) and points (six) against Presbyterian College (03/18); the six points tied the highest total by any Wildcat in 2011; also credited with one ground ball and three draw controls vs. PC; the two assists vs. Presbyterian matched her personal best established March 5 at Colgate; also scored three goals at Colgate for a total of five points; seven-game goal-scoring streak spanning March 5-April 1; tallied multiple points six times with totals of 21 points (14g, 7a) during that seven-game goal streak; ended the season with a point in four consecutive games; recorded one GB and four DC against both UMBC (03/26) and Boston U. (04/06).
2010 season: Played in 15 of 17 games and was in the starting lineup 12 times; recorded 10 goals and two assists for 12 points to rank second among UNH rookies in goals and points; tallied her first career point with an assist vs. Fairfield (03/28); scored her first goal vs. UMBC (04/03) and finished that game with two goals; that was the first of five consecutive games with a goal (10-1-11 in that span); season highs in both goals (three) and points (four) vs. Albany (03/24); also had multiple goals against both Binghamton and Stony Brook; recorded at least one draw control each of the last five games, including three vs. Binghamton; also had three DC vs. Boston U.
Personal: 2009 graduate of South Windsor High School, where she lettered in lacrosse and basketball; All-America selection in 2008 and 2009; All-State First Team in 2007, ’08 and ’09; also named to the all-conference team those three years; led SWHS to the conference title in 2007; holds the school record for assists in a game with nine; played in the Super Juniors with two Lower New England teams; also played in the CT Lacrosse Futures program; in basketball, was an all-conference honoree as a junior and senior; a psychology major.