(UNH' 09) joined the UNH women's lacrosse staff as a volunteer
assistant in January 2012. Her staff duties will include working
with the midfielders, including both the ride and transition.
Durepo was a three-time America East All-Academic Team and two-time America East All-Conference Second Team honoree in her four-year career as a UNH Wildcat that spanned the 2006-09 seasons. She led the Wildcats to one NCAA tournament appearance and four America East tourney appearances in which the 'Cats finished as runner-up three times.
Durepo recorded 90 goals and 28 assists for 118 points in 72 career games. In addition to being a consistent point producer, she was annually among the team leaders in ground balls, draw controls and caused turnovers.
As a senior, the midfielder ranked third in goals, fourth in points, ground balls, draw controls and shots, and she recorded the highest shooting percentage among eight double-digit goal scorers. Durepo recorded a point in 13 of 19 games with 11 multiple-point efforts.
In 2008, Durepo ranked second on the squad in assists, fourth in points and fifth in both draw controls and caused turnovers as she was one of just two Wildcats to record double digits in goals, assists, ground balls, draw controls and caused turnovers.
As a sophomore in 2007, she ranked third in draw controls and fourth in assists as well as fifth in both ground balls and caused turnovers. Durepo recorded the team’s longest point-scoring streak (11 games) and tallied a point in 14 of 16 games. She started all 18 games as a freshman, when she ranked third in ground balls, fourth in draw controls and tied for fourth in caused turnovers.
In her schoolgirl career at Concord (N.H.) High School, Durepo was an All-State First Team selection in 2003 and 2005, and she led the Crimson Tide to a state championship in ’02 and ’05.