2015: Scooped one ground ball vs. Drexel (2/28)...recorded one ground ball and two caused turnovers vs. Villanova (3/7).
2014: Started 21 games for the top-ranked scoring defense in the country...finished third on the team with 22 caused turnovers...scooped up 35 ground balls...started at defense and helped Seawolves break single-game school record for fewest goals allowed (1) vs. Bucknell (2/15)...started at defense in the first shutout in school history vs. Monmouth (2/19)...finished with two ground balls and one caused turnover at Notre Dame (2/22)...recorded two ground balls and caused one turnover at Drexel (2/26)...picked up two ground balls vs. Florida (3/1)...caused two turnovers at Rutgers (3/8)...tallied two draw controls and two ground balls vs. CCSU (3/13)...recorded two ground balls and one caused turnover at Iona (3/20)...tallied team highs of four ground balls and three caused turnovers vs. Siena (3/22)...had one ground ball and one caused turnover vs. UMBC (3/29)...recorded two ground balls and two caused turnovers vs. Jacksonville (4/4)...tallied a team-high three ground balls and caused two turnovers at Binghamton (4/6)...tallied one draw control and one caused turnover at Yale (4/9)...tied for a game-high two caused turnovers and had two ground balls at Albany (4/12)...had one ground ball and one caused turnoveras Stony Brook locked up the top seed for the America East Championship vs. UNH (4/19)...tallied one ground ball and one caused turnover at Delaware (4/22)...picked up one ground ball in the America East Semifinals vs. UNH (5/2)...tallied one ground ball in the America East Finals vs. Albany (5/4)...recorded one ground ball and one caused turnover vs. Towson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (5/9)...finished with two ground balls, two caused turnover and one draw control at Syracuse in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (5/11).
2013: Saw action in 11 games, starting two...had one ground ball vs. Central Connecticut (2/27).
2012: Had one ground ball vs. Central Connecticut (2/19)...Saw action vs. Monmouth (2/26)...a controlled draw vs. Iona (3/27)
High School: Played four seasons of lacrosse at Centereach High School under head coach Stiegle...was a two-sport star, also playing basketball notching over 450 points ...captained her basketball team...named All-Conference in lacrosse four times and was her conference's high scorer...was All-District, All-County and All-Tournament in lacrosse and All-League in basketball...was a student council representative and an Art Honor Society member Personal: Jenna Rose Agostino...born May 11, 1993...daughter of Jack and Debbie Agostino...sister to Joseph, Julia and Jonathan...major is undecided.