The game is tentatively scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 4th at Merrimack College in North Andover, Mass. and will kick off at 11:00 am.
The Senior Bowl consists of two teams with players from NCAA Divisions I, II and III. 20 Division III players were selected to play and Springfield College had the highest number of student-athletes selected to play from a Division III school.
Moscardelli was named the NEWMAC Co-Player of the Year earlier this season. In fact, she became the first player in the history of the conference to earn player of the year honors in two different sports after she earned accolade for the 2011 women’s lacrosse season. Moscardelli controlled Springfield's play in the midfield all year and finished with seven goals and five assists, ranking second on the team with 19 points.
Mantie had a dominant senior season in which she tallied a team-best 14 goals en route to 32 points, marking the sixth-highest single season total in program history. More importantly, the NEWMAC All-Conference First Team selection scored eight game-winning goals, which proved to be the second-highest total in the country this year.
Jahoda continued to produce as a dangerous threat on the flanks for the Pride. A key component to Springfield's midfield unit, Jahoda appeared in all 21 games and tallied three assists and goal on the year, with her lone marker coming in the NCAA Championship First Round victory.