Mount Olive HS
At Delaware: Expected to start in the Blue Hen goal for the third consecutive season • enters her senior year ranked eighth in Delaware history with 221 career saves • has recorded five career saves in 44 games at Delaware.
2011: One of three members of the field hockey team to start all 20 games during senior season that resulted in winning the UD Alumni Association Team Most Valuable Player Award • Second-Team All-Colonial Athletic Association selection • WomensFieldHockey.com Weekly Honor Roll (Oct. 25) • NFHCA Senior All-Star Game participant • National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week (Oct. 24) • registered 122 saves (.701 save pct.), including a 14 save game in UD’s 6-0 loss to North Carolina • tallied two shutouts during the season, a 5-0 win over Villanova on Sept. 4 and a 3-0 win over Drexel on Oct. 23 • averaged 2.72 GAA (52 G/20 G) • NFCA National All-Academic Squad • Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-American nominee.
2010 Season: Started all 18 games in the Blue Hen goal • served as the team’s lone captain • led the Colonial Athletic Association with 109 saves and 6.06 saves per game • posted a 3.48 goals against average and a .686 save percentage • lone shutout of the season came during a 2-0 victory over Pacific on Oct. 8 • stopped six shots in a 2-1 win over Rider on Sept. 9 • allowed just one goal in consecutive victories over Temple and Saint Joseph’s • again surrendered only one goal in consecutive 2-1 triumphs over Northeastern and Penn • made a career-high 19 saves at Maryland on Oct. 17 • reached double digits in saves during two other contests, stopping 11 shots against Cornell on Sept. 5 and 10 at Drexel on Oct. 31 • named to Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA National Academic Squad and CAA Academic Honor Roll.
2009 Season: Had a breakout season in the cage for the Blue Hens • started all 20 games and anchored the defensive unit for all 1412:04 minutes of play during the year • led the CAA with four shutouts • her 93 saves and 2.23 goals against average both ranked fifth in the conference • came through with her finest performance of the season in the CAA Championship • posted a season-high 12 saves during a 1-0 shutout against Drexel on Nov. 8 • became the first goalie to blank the Dragons in 40 games • selected to the CAA All-Tournament Team and was named the Army ROTC Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week for her performance during the team’s postseason run • posted back-to-back shutouts against No. 12 Old Dominion on Oct. 2 and William & Mary on Oct. 3 • first Blue Hen to record consecutive shutouts since Megan Allen in 2004 • also blanked Temple on Sept. 18 • recorded three double-digit save performances • along with her showing in the CAA Championship, she kicked aside 11 shots against Michigan State on Aug. 29 and 10 against Maryland on Oct. 18.
2008 Season: Appeared in six games as a goalie during her freshman campaign • saw action against Michigan State and James Madison before appearing in the final four contests of the season • tallied 227:29 minutes in the cage while posting 19 saves • finished the year with a 2.77 goals against average and a .679 save percentage • posted a season-high seven saves against Hofstra on Nov. 2 • held Towson scoreless during 10:39 in the cage on Oct. 27 • allowed just two goals and posted two saves in 51:09 against No. 2 Maryland on Oct. 19 • earned a place on the CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll.
High School: Four-year standout goalkeeper for Mount Olive • selected to the first team all-region, all-conference, and all-area teams as a senior • named the Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior • also earned four letters in softball and one in basketball • received first team all-area honors as a junior for softball • named Most Dedicated member of the team • selected as the Mount Olive Female Athlete of the Year as a senior • President of National Honor Society and Varsity Club • Homecoming Queen.
Personal: Noelle Kristine Diana • daughter of Angelo and Mary Ellen Diana • has an older brother, Angelo • majoring in pre-veterinary medicine with a minor in biology at Delaware • conducted research with dairy cattle during the summer • plans on attending veterinary school after graduation and hopes to become a veterinarian.
|Year||GP/GS||Min.||W-L||Goals (Avg.)||Saves (Pct.)||ShO|
|2008||6/1||227:29||0-1||9 (2.77)||19 (.679)||0|
|2009||20/20||1412:04||14-6||45 (2.23)||93 (.674)||4|
|2010||18/18||1293:48||8-10||50 (3.48)||109 (.686)||1|
|2011||20/20||1337:45||9-11||52 (2.72)||122 (.701)||2|
|Totals||64/59||4270.66||31-28||156 (2.64)||343 (.687)||7|