The Pride finished the year with a 10-8 record under first-year head coach Kristen Mullady and reached the NEWMAC Tournament Championship game before bowing out to Babson.
Bazzano will go down as one of the top offensive players in program history as she finished her career with 136 goals, the third highest career total in program history, while her 158 career points ranks seventh all time. A native of Newington, Conn., she added 34 ground balls, 29 draw controls and 22 caused turnovers as she earned first-team all-conference honors.
For the second-straight year, McAulay was recognized to the all-conference first team. This season she recorded 150 saves to up her career total to 585 stops. The Yorktown, N.Y. product finished the season with a goal against average just over 10 goals per game and had a save percentage of 47.2%. The senior netminder scooped up 30 ground balls and caused 13 turnovers.
Dobson made the switch from defense to attack and had a stellar season for the Pride, leading the team in points with 52 after tallying 31 goals and 21 assists. The Longmeadow, Mass. native’s team-best 21 assists were the eighth highest total for a single season in the program’s history.
Zubkus concluded her collegiate career with another outstanding offensive season. She registered 43 points on the season off 28 goals and 15 assists. A product of Dover, N.H., she made an impact all over the field, posting 27 draw controls, 17 ground balls, and 13 caused turnovers. She broke the 100-point barrier for her career and ranks 10th all-time in career points with 138.
O’Brien was a factor all season for Springfield as she continually made defensive stops and picked the ball off the turf. The Winthrop, Mass. native finished the season with 38 ground balls and 23 caused turnovers, both of which were second best on the team. She started all 18 games for Springfield during her junior year.
DiSisto returned to the all-conference team after a standout year defensively for Springfield. A resident of Yorktown Heights, N.Y., she led the team with 24 caused turnovers and recorded 34 ground balls to go along with 10 draw controls. DiSisto was a major reason why Springfield ranked second in the league in goals allowed per game.