2005: Started in all 18 games, recording 99 saves for the season with a percentage of .750, totalled 3 shutouts and averaged 1.81 saves per game. . . Collected eight saves to perserve the tie vs. Florida International (8/28). . . Made a season high 10 saves to register her first shutout of the season vs. Siena (9/9). . . Made eight stops in goal vs. Lehigh (9/11). . . Named to the All-Tournament team in Holiday Inn Express Invitational (9/18).
2004: Recorded two saves in first shutout of the year in season-opener against Iona (8/27) . . . made seven saves in 1-0 loss to Lehigh (9/3) . . . stopped 11 shots in 0-0 tie vs. Cornell (9/5) . . . made seven saves in 2-1 defeat to Delaware (9/10) . . . stopped seven shots in 1-0 loss to Navy (9/12) . . . made five saves in 1-0 loss vs. LIU (9/17) . . . recorded five saves in 1-1 tie vs. St. John's (9/19) . . . totaled five saves in 3-0 win over Fairfield (9/26/04) . . . stopped five shots in 1-1 tie against Fordham (9/28/04) . . . recorded four saves in 4-0 shutout against Albany (10/3/04) . . . made 11 saves in 2-1 win over Vermont (10/8/04) . . . recorded two saves in loss to UMBC (10/15/04) . . . made seven saves in vitory over Binghamton (10/17/04) . . . recorded six saves against Notheastern (10/22/04) . . . made nine saves in tie with Boston (10/24/04) . . . Made seven saves in victory over Maine (10/30/04) . . . Stopped four shots against New Hampshire (10/28/04).
2003: One of 26 players in the nation selected to try out for the U-21 National Team in February . . . started in 18 of 19 games, posting a 1.39 GAA and six shutouts . . . totaled 83 saves . . . made eight saves in season-opening loss to Rutgers (8/31) . . . earned first shutout of the year by stopping five shots in 2-0 win over La Salle (9/12) . . . stopped four shots in 2-1 triumph over Lehigh (9/17) . . . recorded second straight shutout in 5-0 blanking of Temple (9/21) . . . posted her sixth shutout with seven saves in conference game vs. UMBC (10/30).
2002: Made first collegiate start against Miami (OH) and made seven stops (8/30) . . . also recorded seven saves against Eastern Michigan (9/1). . . . made four stops versus Cornell (9/7) . . earned first career shutout, making four saves, in Stony Brook's 2-0 win at Howard (9/13) . . . returned to the starting lineup and made five saves to help SB upset BU 1-0 (10/11). For her efforts, she was named America East Women's Soccer Rookie of the Week . . . shutout Binghamton (10/17) and then made fives saves against New Hampshire in a 0-0 tie (10/20) . . . her double shutout performance earned her America East Rookie of the Week honors for the second straight week . . . Recorded seven saves in the win against Maine (10/27). Recorded eight saves against Vermont on 11/1. Recorded ten saves in the 2-0 loss to Hartford, earning Rookie of the Week honors for the third time this year. Recorded four saves in the draw against New Hampshire to advance in the America East Conference Finals.
High School: Standout goaltender for Belleville High School in Belleville, Michigan where she earned All-District, All-Region and All-State honors . . . a member of the ODP program for four years be fore moving on to the Region II team . . . played for the Region II team for the past two years and last spring was selected to travel with the team on their International Tour . . . her outstanding play with the Region II squad earned her a trip to the USYS Interregional Competition in Boca Raton, Fla., where the top four ODP U-17 teams in the nation compete . . . played her club ball for the Michigan Hawks which went on to win the Michigan State Cup in 2000 and finished second in 2001 . . . voted the State Cup MVP in the fall of 2001
Paw Prints: Cynthia Lauren Bennett . . . born January 21, 1984 . . . daughter of Terry and Loren Bennett . . . sister of Wendy. Favorite Sports Figure: Michelle Akers Favorite Actor: Mel Gibson Something People Do Not Know About Me: Why I am always on the soccer field My Most Prized Possession: My black lab, Abby One Word That Best Describes Me: Competitive My Craziest Ambition: To be a member of the US National Team.