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Jillian Mastroianni
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Durham, CT

High School:
Choate Rosemary

Height:
5-8

Position:
Goalkeeper

04/18/2012

Women's Soccer Celebrates the 2011 Season at Banquet

Eagles name Kristie Mewis and Gibby Wagner team captains.

02/20/2012

Six Women's Soccer Players Named to All-ACC Academic Team

Four seniors named to academic list

01/13/2012

Jillian Mastroianni Drafted By Sky Blue FC

Eagles goalkeeper selected 15th overall in the WPS Draft

12/08/2011

Three Women's Soccer Players Named to NSCAA Regional Team

Kristie Mewis named to first team while Jillian Mastroianni and Alaina Beyar earned third team honors

11/20/2011

Women's Soccer Tournament Run Ends vs. No. 1 Stanford, 2-0

Eagles end season with a 12-6-3 record.

In 2011
Named a an NSCAA Southeast Regional All-America third team selection ... Set Boston College records in Minutes Played (8093:30), Wins (60), and Shutouts (43) ... Has started every game this season ... Ten total shutouts through 18 games ... Held #7 Wake Forest scoreless in a 2-0 win on Oct. 27 ... Played 105 minutes and recorded 10 saves in 2-1 overtime win at Virginia Tech on Sep. 25 ... Had seven consecutive shutouts from Aug. 21 through Sep. 18 ... nine saves in 110 minutes of play in a 1-1 tie against Boston University on season opener, Aug. 19 ... Invited to Under-23 US Women's National Team ... Team Captain ... Named to Preseason Soccer America All-America List.

In 2010
Named to the Preseason Hermann Trophy List ... Selected as an All-ACC Tournament honoree ... Earned Top Drawer Soccer's Team of the Week honors on Nov. 30 ... Named CollegeSoccer360's team of the week on Aug. 20 and CollegeSoccer360Primetime's Player of the Week on Aug. 23 ... Played in and started all 25 games of the season ... Recorded nine shutouts on the season to bring her career total to 33 ... Finished the year with a 17-7-1 record, a 0.87 goals aganist average, and a .800 save percentage ... Collected two shutouts in the NCAA Tournament - in the Sweet Sixteen versus West Virginia on Nov. 19 and against Washington in the Elite Eight on Nov. 27 ... Registered three blank sheets against ACC opponents - at N.C. State on Sept. 26, versus Miami on Oct. 28, and against Virginia on Nov. 3 ... Had an eight save performance in a 3-2 overtime loss at Virginia on Oct. 3 ... Went 9-0-1 in August and September ... Recorded eight saves in a 3-2 win at North Carolina on Sept. 23 ... Had three consecutive shutouts from Aug. 27 to Sept. 4 against Hofstra, CCSU, and at BU ... Made 10 saves in 110 minutes of action in a 1-1 tie against Stanford in season opener on Aug. 19.

In 2009
Named to the All-ACC Tournament team ... All-ACC first team ... TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Season third team and the Soccer America MVP second team ... NSCAA Division 1 All-America second team as well as the NSCAA All-Southeast Region first team ... The ECAC Defensive Player of the Year ... Named to the Preseason Hermann Trophy list ... Started all 24 games ... Played 2,209 minutes of action ... Owns the single-season record for most wins with 18 ... Notched the single-season record for most shutouts with 14 ... The 0.53 goals against average in a single season is now the second best in program history ... Moves into second on the goalkeepers shutout list with 24 in two years ... Opened the season with six shutouts in a row (Fairfield, BU, Brown, Holy Cross, Marist and Long Beach) ... Earned six shutouts in the ACC, giving her 12 in two seasons ... Had a save percentage of 84.3 ... Let up only 13 goals in the season ... Made 11 saves in a 1-0 loss to UNC in the ACC Tournament on Nov. 6 ... Had a career-high 12 saves vs. Stanford in the Elite Eight loss in the NCAA Tournament on Nov. 27 ... Second in the ACC in GAA (0.53), first in shutouts (14) and first in save percentage (84.3).

In 2008
Started all 22 games in which she played ... Posted a goals-against average of 0.79 and save percentage of 0.851 ... Recorded first career shutout in first ever game vs. Boston University on August 23 ... Ended the season with 10 shutouts ... Recorded eight saves three different times - vs. Stanford, Duke, and North Carolina ... Also recorded nine saves in three separate games - vs. FSU twice, and North Carolina ... Ended the season with 97 saves ... Named to the All-ACC second-team ... Earned All-ACC Freshman Team honors ... Named to the NSCAA/adidas Women's Soccer All-American third-team ... Earned NSCAA All-Region first-team honors ... Named to NEWISA first-team ... Named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com All-Freshman first-team ... Earned New England Soccer News Player of the Year honors.

BEFORE BC
Named to the 2008 PARADE All-America team ... Played for Under-17 Women's National Team from Jan. -Dec. 2007... A member of the Under-16 Girls National Team from July 2006-Dec. 2006 ... A member of the Connecticut ODP program from 2001-2008 ... Region 1 Pool player in 2003-04, 2005-06 and 2006-07 ... Played for the SoccerPlus CT Reds and head coach Tony DiCicco in the women's WPSL ... 2006 and 07 NSCAA All-American ... 2007 NSCAA All-Regional (New England) team ... Played at Choate Rosemary Hall and helped the team advance to the quarterfinals in 2005 and 2006.

PERSONAL
Born on September 15, 1990 ... Jillian is the daughter of David and Carol Mastroianni ... Has two brothers - David, who played football at Columbia, and a younger brother Michael ... A Dean's List student ... Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

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