2006 Women's Lacrosse Season Summary
May 11, 2006

The women's lacrosse team finished their first year as a Varsity program with a 2-9 record. The team received the Skyline Conference Sportsmanship Award and sophomore goalkeeper Janine Forman was named Second Team All-Skyline. Farmingdale won the first game in program history, a 15-5 win against St. Joseph's (Conn.) on April 2nd, followed by a 13-8 win over conference opponent Centenary College for their second win.

Forman averaged 18 saves a game this season (180 total) and had a career-high of 24 saves in the Rams final game of the year against Kean. She is seen on the NCAA list for saves in a game, after posting 22 or more saves in three seperate games.

Freshman Theresa Rokee and Jessica Kramer led the offense with 23 points each. Rokee finished with a team-high 19 goals and four assists, while Kramer finished with a team-high 9 assists and 14 goals. Junior Gina Shore was third in scoring with 10 goals. Sophomore Lisa Gagliardo tallied two goals for the Rams, while freshman Sam Boeger finished with three and picked up 12 draw controls.

The midfield was controlled by freshman Nicole Brett as she tallied five goals, 26 ground balls and 11 draw controls. Freshman center Sam Bidermann led the team with 32 ground balls and 24 draw controls, while also chipping in five goals and four assists throughout the season. Sophomore Amy Serr scored the first goal of her career in the Rams first-ever victory against St. Joseph's (Conn.).

The defense was held down by sophomores Jenn Ryan, Patricia Smirniotis, Andrea MacIntyre, Melissa Rudy and freshman newcomer Christina Gagliardo. Ryan led the defenders with 10 ground balls and eight caused turnovers, while also scoring the teams only goal in a 19-1 loss against the 2006 Skyline Champions Montclair State.