Junior Year (2008): Earned Third-Team All-America accolades ... named first-team all-region and second-team All-Ivy ... played in all 18 games and had 16 starting assignments ... led the team in scoring with 51 points and in goals with 38 ... recorded the second most assists on the team with 13 ... scored four game-winning goals ... had 56 shots on goal and 69 shots ... had 31 ground balls and 15 draw controls ... her 19 caused turnovers was the third most on the team ... scored a free-position goal in the season opener at Johns Hopkins ... scored a season-best four goals and added an assist in a win over Rutgers on March 5 ... tallied three goals in a win over Duke on March 8 ... scored three goals, added an assist, had two draw controls and three caused turnovers in a win over James Madison on March 19 ... had the game-winning goal and an assist in an 8-7 win over Virginia on March 22 and picked up two ground balls ... had five-point game versus Cornell with two goals and three helpers, and also had four ground balls ... had a hat trick at Columbia, as well as three ground balls and two caused turnovers ... had a four-point game at Yale on April 5 ... had three goals against Harvard on April 12 ... scored a goal and had two assists, as well as a season-high six ground balls and a season-high for caused turnovers versus Penn on April 16 ... tallied two goals and had three ground balls against Dartmouth on April 19 ... had a four-point effort versus Temple on April 23 and a three-point game versus Brown three days later ... had a free-position goal against Georgetown on May 3 ... scored two goals, added an assist and three ground balls versus Vanderbilt in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... notched two goals and a helper against Northwestern in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament.
Sophomore Year (2007): Played in 16 games, starting five ... scored 14 goals and 23 points ... had three three-goal games ... had at least one point in 11 of her 16 appearances ... had 12 ground balls, six draw controls and five caused turnovers ... scored twice and added an assist in win at Rutgers on March 7 ... scored three times in 16-14 loss at Duke on March 11 ... had a goal and an assist versus Loyola on March 21 ... put together three goals and an assist in a win over Cornell on March 31 ... recorded two draw controls in win against Harvard on April 14 ... scored three goals and an assist against Columbia on April 27 ... had a goal and an assist against Brown on April 28.
Freshman Year (2006): Played in 16 of 18 games ... started first three games ... one of nine players with 11 or more points ... had eight goals and three assists ... eight goals came on just 17 shots ... picked up 19 ground balls ... scored two goals in her first collegiate game at Johns Hopkins on March 4 ... scored the game winner against Penn State on March 18 ... picked up two ground balls and three draw controls in win over Columbia on March 29 ... tallied a late goal against Penn on April 19 in an 8-7 win ... recorded two goals and an assist in win over Delaware on April 25 ... added two assists in win over Brown on April 29 ... had three ground balls in NCAA quarterfinal game at Dartmouth.
Before Princeton: Four-year letterwinner at Longmeadow High School ... earned All-America honors in 2005 ... named All-Western Massachusetts four times ... squad were state champions in 2004, and state runner-up three times ... team won four Western Massachusetts titles ... also lettered in basketball, field hockey and soccer ... named All-Western Mass in field hockey and led the team to two Western Mass titles ... four-year honor roll student.
Personal: Full name is Christine Marie Casaceli ... born July 3, 1987 ... parents are Robert and Carrie Casaceli ... has a younger sister, Alexis and younger brother, Rocco ... majoring in politics.