Co-captain with Allegra Gray • fifth-year player and one of the team's most experienced players • will continue to be a key member of Delaware midfield field unit • has played in 53 career games with 24 starts and registered three goals and two assists.
Played in all 19 games with 13 starts and ranked sixth on the team with six points and tied for second with three goals as a junior • had 19 shots • two of her goals were game-winners as she put the Hens ahead for good in wins over St. Francis (Sept. 13) and vs. Towson (Sept. 26) • also scored a goal in regular season win over Northeastern (Oct. 13) • selected to Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll • team went 9-7-3 for head coach Scott Grzenda and advanced to the Colonial Athletic Association quarterfinals.
Saw action in 15 games for the Blue Hens as a sophomore, starting seven times • contributed 15 shots, five on net • team went 9-8-1 and advanced to the CAA quarterfinals for Grzenda.
Did not see action for the Blue Hens and retained sophomore eligibility • team went 10-7-4 and advanced to CAA Tournament for Grzenda.
Played in all 19 games, making four starts as a freshman • recorded two assists, both of which came on game-winners • assisted on Ilyssa Friedman’s first goal vs. Delaware State (Aug. 22) and Ali Miller’s winner at Cornell (Sept. 3) • took a career-high three shots in two games, at Delaware State and at VCU (Oct. 15) • recorded 12 shots, putting seven on goal • team went 8-10-1 and won its final three games for Grzenda.
Four-year starter for head coach Bruce Stegner at Massapequa High School • helped lead team to seventh consecutive Nassau County championships • team went 14-3-1 as a senior • named all-county and All-State in 2009 • named to All-State team twice and to All-Long Island team and was the Nassau County Player of the Year • also a three-time letterwinner in basketball • named to All-Class team as a senior • awarded Most Athletic Female for Massapequa HS • received the Margaret C. Callahan Leadership Award • honor roll student.
Andrea Leigh "Andi" Arnold • daughter of William and Barbara Arnold • born Feb. 9, 1992 • honor student as a health behavior science major with a minor in business at Delaware • father was an All-American lacrosse player at Massachusetts • has worked as a lifeguard at Tobay Beach over the summer • has an older brother, Alex • lists father as her biggest influence • has always looked up to him and his dedication and pushes her to be the best she can.
Points: 2 vs. St. Francis (9/13/13); Towson (9/26/13); Northeastern (10/13/13)
Assists: 1 vs. Delaware State (8/22/10); Cornell (9/23/10)
Shots: 2 vs. St. Francis (9/13/13); Towson (9/26/13); Northeastern (10/13/13)