25 Cori Rees
25 Cori Rees
Height: 5-11
Year: Jr.
Hometown: East Hampstead, N.H.
High School: Pinkerton Academy
Position: D

Collegiate Honors:  2012: America East Academic Honor Roll. 2011: America East All-Rookie Team; America East Academic Honor Roll.

Career Highs:  Goals- 1 at Binghamton (5/1/11); Assists- 1 at Albany (4/9/11); Points- 1 (twice, most recent at Binghamton 05/1/11); Ground Balls- 5 (twice); Draw Controls- 3 (twice); Caused Turnovers- 3 (three times).

2013 Season | Statistics | Photos
•  Started all 16 games
•  Second on the team in caused turnovers (11)
•  Second in ground balls (29)
•  Tied her career highs in both ground balls (five) and caused turnovers (three) against both Hofstra (02/16) and UConn (03/06)
•  Recorded at least one ground ball each of the first nine games of the season
•  Multiple GBs in seven games

2012 season: | 2012 Statistics 
Played in all 16 games and was in the starting lineup 11 times, including each of the last five games of the season; played all six America East conference games with five starts; ranked fifth on the team in caused turnovers (seven); recorded a ground ball in 10 of 16 games with three multiple-GB efforts; season-high three ground balls at UMass (02/29) to match her career high; two GBs at Boston U. (04/04) and at Columbia (04/18); career high of three caused turnovers at UMass, and was also credited with a draw control in that game.

2011 season | Rees' 2011 Statistics 
Played in all 17 games and was in the starting lineup 14 times; recorded one goal and one assist for two points; tallied double digits in both ground balls (11) and draw controls (14); career highs in ground balls (three), draw controls (three) and caused turnovers (two) vs. Presbyterian (03/18); recorded two draw controls against Boston U. (04/06), including one in double OT that led to the game-winning goal; credited with three draw controls as well as two ground balls and one caused turnover vs. Stony Brook (04/16); tallied her first career point April 9 with an assist at Albany; scored her first goal in the regular-season finale at Binghamton (05/01).

2010 graduate of Pinkerton Academy, where she lettered in lacrosse; All-State First Team selection as a sophomore, junior and senior; named to the Eagle Tribune All-Star Team in '09 and '10; Union Leader All-Star Team in 2010; led the Astros to a state runner-up finish in both 2009 and 2010; also played for the Granite State Elite club team; a pedagogy: exercise science major.

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