2011: Appeared in all 15 games, making 12 starts...finished with three goals, three assists, 19 ground balls, 16 draw controls and 10 caused turnovers...had three groundballs at Colgate (Feb. 12)...notched an assist in 18-6 win over Manhattan (Feb. 16)...had two ground balls, two draw controls and two caused turnovers in 11-7 win over Denver (Feb. 27)...had a goal, an assist and five ground balls at Massachusetts (March 12)...caused two turnovers at Marist (March 16)...scored a goal at Vermont (March 27)...had five draw controls and a caused turnover in a win over Binghamton (April 9)...caused three turnovers and had two ground balls at New Hampshire (April 16)...notched an assist at Yale (April 30).
2010: Started all 15 games... finished with 20 goals and four assists... also tallied a career-high 31 ground balls and 24 draw controls... had two goals, an assist and two ground balls vs. Binghamton (4/24)... recorded two ground balls, two caused turnovers and a draw control at Boston University (4/17)... had two goals, two ground balls and a draw control vs. New Hampshire (4/10)... tallied a goal, two ground balls, two draw controls and a caused turnover at Albany (4/7)... had two goals and four draw controls vs. Vermont (4/3)... tallied two draw controls, a ground ball and a caused turnover vs. UMBC (3/27)... had a goal, two ground balls, a draw control and a caused turnover at Loyola (3/24)... tallied a goal, an assist, two ground balls, three draw controls and a caused turnover vs. Columbia (3/20)... posted two goals, two ground balls, two caused turnovers and a draw control vs. Hofstra (3/17)... scored two goals on free-position shots, added two ground balls and three draw controls vs. UMass (3/13)... recorded two goals, three ground balls and three draw controls at Johns Hopkins (3/3)... a goal and four ground balls vs. American (2/27)... scored three goals and had an assist vs. Duquesne (2/20)... also had two draw controls, a ground ball and caused turnover vs. Dukes ... recorded a ground ball and two caused turnovers at Denver (2/18).. had a goal and a team-high four ground balls vs. Colgate (2/13).
2009: Played in 15 games, starting six... finished season with 15 goals and three assists... also had 13 ground balls, 13 draw controls and seven caused turnovers... had a career-high four goals against Sacred Heart (3/11) and Denver (3/18)... scooped up a career-high three ground balls vs. Le Moyne (2/28)... had two free-position goals vs. Denver (3/18)... Named to America East Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Before Stony Brook: Transfer from Robert Morris University where she was a two-sport athlete, competing in field hockey and lacrosse... led the Colonials' field hockey team with four assists and had five goals, 11 ground balls and 11 draw controls for the lacrosse team.
High School: Standout three-sport athlete at Sachem East High School in nearby Farmingville, N.Y.... earned All-County, All-Long Island and All-State honors in field hockey and All-County and All-America in lacrosse, amassing 162 goals and 137 assists... also ran track... member of field hockey junior olympic team in 2005... finalist for U19 national team in lacrosse as a senior.
Personal: Courtney Elizabeth Bertolone... born July 31, 1989 in West Islip, N.Y.... daughter of Albert and Patricia Bertolone... father wrestled collegiately at C.W. Post... sister, Kristyna, played softball at Southern Connecticut State University... an sociology major with a minor in child family studies.
* at Robert Morris