Red Storm falls to Razorbacks in Second Round of NCAA Tournament
Red Storm awaits NCAA Selection Show on Monday after surrendering a goal in each half to top-seeded and No. 13/6 ranked Golden Eagles.
Poulin's seven saves and Daly's team-leading 14th goal of the season not enough at Marquette.
Red Storm brings top conference defense and scorer to Milwaukee, Wis., with hopes of claiming first win over Golden Eagles.
Red Storm is coming off 2-0 home victory over Xavier in conference opener on Thursday and hasn't lost at Belson Stadium since Sept. 16, 2012.
Women's Soccer 2-0 Victory Over Xavier In The 2013 BIG EAST Conference Opener
First-year sophomore Rachel Daly nets a hat trick in St. John's 5-0 victory over Fordham on Sunday afternoon (Aug. 25).
At Hauppauge: A four-year letter winner for the Eagles ... served as team captain as a senior ... member of the 2012 All-State team and the All-Long Island squad ... named 2012 Suffolk County Goalkeeper of the Year ... a two-time all-conference goalkeeper (2009, 2010) and two-time all-county goalkeeper (2011, 2012) ... named the Eagles' team MVP in 2012, selected as Defensive Player of the Year twice (2010, 2011) and Rookie of the Year in 2009 ... posted a career record of 44-8-17 with 460 saves and a school record 40 shutouts ... helped Hauppauge win three league championships ... named Most Outstanding Player in the 2009 Class A Finals ... also a lettered in softball, lacrosse and basketball ... played two years of club ball with the Massapequa Force, one year with the HBC Intense '94 squad, and one year with the East Meadow Soccer Club United in the Elite Club National League (ECNL).
Off the Pitch: Diana Maria Poulin ... daughter of Gina Maria and Gerard Poulin ... has two siblings, Gary (21) and Darla (17) ... brother Gary played soccer for the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy ... enjoys spending time with her family and playing various sports ... favorite book is Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult... favorite movie is Pitch Perfect ... plans to major in biology and wants to pursue a career in the medical field.