"I am thrilled with our captains this year," added Malone on the team's new leadership. "Christine Hanley, Jill Remick and Catie Greene are all new captains and I think all three of them will take this role and lead us to a great season. I know they will all step up into their leadership positions and guide the team to success."
"The best thing I can do as a captain right now is work as hard as I can at practice and hope that I set a good example," said Green, who caused eight turnovers and scooped up 29 groundballs for the Bonnies' defense last season. "The three of us have always had great chemistry, and I think this team is going to be so successful this year if we keep working as hard as we are now."
"She is a true leader and her commitment and dedication to the lacrosse team is second to none," said Malone.
In similar fashion, both Hanley and Remick agree that the Bonnies could be ready to take the next step after finishing last season with a 7-9 overall mark.
"Not only do we have the talent, but we have great chemistry, heart and a tremendous amount of love for the game," said Hanley. As a junior in 2009, Hanley scored 46 goals and dished out 11 assists, both second-best on the squad, on her way to a third consecutive All-Conference nod. She also caused a team-leading 29 turnovers and collected 26 draw controls.
Remick, described by Malone as an "anchor to our defense," started all 16 games for the Bonnies and posted a career-high 11 caused turnovers.