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Arianna Criscione

Walnut, Calif.

High School:
St. Lucy's Priory

Last College:



In 2006
Played in nine games and started in eight games ... Suffered a mid-season injury that sidelined her for most of the ACC action ... Recorded 17 saves in the season with a goal against average of 1.19 ... Went 6-2-1 on the season and earned one shutout ... Made two saves in the shootout victory over Rutgers in the NCAA Tournament.Played in eight games and started in eight games ... Finished her career at BC with 14 career shutouts but had a total of 22 career shutouts ... Earned a record of 33-9-2 and had a career 0.887 goals against average.

In 2005
Earned first team NEWISA and Soccer Buzz Magazine Northeast third-team in her first season at Boston College ... Started all 21 games in net for the Eagles playing 1930:00 minutes, recording a school record 13 shutouts ... Finished with a 0.79 goals against average and .829 save percentage ... Stopped a penalty kick against Harvard on Sept. 11, diving to her left to preserve the shutout ... In her first game at Boston College, she shutout cross-town rival Boston University ... Led the conference in shutouts and shutout percentage (0.62) ... Did not allow a goal scored in the first eight games of the season, then shutout three straight ACC opponents in October - NC State (1-0, W), Virginia (1-0, W) and Virginia Tech (0-0, T) ... Her record No. 13 shutout came in the NCAA tournament as she notched four saves in a 1-0 win over BU... Recorded her season high nine saves in a 2-1 loss to Santa Clara in the NCAA tournament, prior to that game her highest save total in a single game was seven vs. UNC (4-1, L) ... Currently playing for the 2006 Boston Renegades team.

In 2004 at UCLA
Played in two games as a sophomore for the Bruins recording two saves and a 1.00 save percentage ... Opened her sophomore campaign in the Bruins 6-1 victory over UC-Santa Barbara and then in the Bruins 6-0 victory over Oregon.

In 2003 at UCLA
Played in 20 matches, starting 15 ... Started all five matches during the NCAA Tournament ... Began the season by sharing time in the net with teammate Sarah Lombardo ... Became the Bruins full-time starter following a season-ending injury to Lombardo on Oct. 19 ... Ranked No. 1 in the Pac-10 and No. 17 nationally with an 0.68 goals against average ... Also tied for first in the conference with seven shutouts ... Ended the year with 37 saves ... Posted a 14-1 overall record ... Did not give up a goal in UCLA's first four matches of the NCAA Tournament ... Had a season-high eight saves in the College Cup Semifinals against North Carolina.

Two-year letterwinner at St. Lucy's Priory High School in Glendora, Calif .... Team captain her senior year ... Helped her team to the Sierra League title her senior year ... All-Academic Honor Roll selection ... Member of UCLA's No. 2 rated recruiting class according to Soccer America ... Played club soccer for the prestigious Southern California Blues ... Member of Cal South ODP State Team ... Former member of the Under-16 U.S. National Team ... Competed with the U-16s in the Texas Shootout in 2001 ... Traveled to Italy with the Region IV ODP Team, taking on the Italian Under-18 National Team ... Also traveled to London with the ODP state team ... Participated in the U.S. Soccer Festival in 2000.

Born February 18, 1985 in Whittier, Calif ... Daughter of Michael and Andrea Criscione ... Has one sister, Casandra ... Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

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