Saints Look to Open Season on Right Foot
Siena Boasts School Record 147 Honorees
Senior Striker Named to Third Team
Fairfield Outlasts Siena 1-0
Grant, Sobierajski Named to Second Team
2013 MAAC Women's Soccer Championships
Women's Soccer Senior Day (10/12/13)
Women's Soccer vs. UMass-Lowell (9/16/13)
Women's Soccer Photo Shoot
Women's Soccer at Vermont (9/19/12)
AS A JUNIOR: Second Team All-MAAC selection...One of four Saints to both play in and start all 18 games...Ranked second on the team in both points (nine) and goals (four)...Tallied the game-winning goals vs. Quinnipiac (Sept. 16) and Temple (Sept. 21)...Posted a season-high three points in win at Canisius (Sept. 30).
AS A SOPHOMORE: MAAC All-Academic Team selection...Played in 13 games making five starts...Recorded a pair of assists...Took 15 shots including seven on goal.
AS A FRESHMAN: MAAC All-Rookie Team selection...Played in all 21 games, making 17 starts...Scored 10 goals (T-5th MAAC) and added five assists for 25 points (6th MAAC)...Tied for third in the league with four game-winning goals...Named MAAC Offensive Player of the Week on Aug. 30 and was also a two-time MAAC Rookie of the Week (Sept. 9, Oct. 12)...Posted eight multi-point performances including the first three games of her career...Scored the golden goal in overtime in collegiate debut at UCONN (Aug. 22)...Also netted the game-winning talles against Providence (Sept. 3), New Hampshire (Sept. 12) and in the MAAC Semifinals vs. Marist (Nov. 5).
BEFORE SIENA: Played four years of varsity soccer at Rice Memorial High School...Served as team captain for two years...Played four years of basketball and ran four years of varsity track.
PERSONAL: Born March 5, 1992 in Red Bank, N.J....Daughter of Mark and Claudia Pfaff...Has an older brother, William, who attends CCV and an older sister, Ashley, who graduated from Middlebury College...A psychology major who aspires to be a guidance counselor...Chose Siena because of its size, location and the soccer program...Also recruited by Vermont, Stony Brook, Bucknell, Hartford and St. Lawrence.
KARBOWSKI ON PFAFF:"Brittany had a very good junior year and led the team to a productive spring season. She has continued to improve her game both technically and tactically. Her tremendous work rate and athleticism will continue to create opportunities for her and her teammates."
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