6 Erin Coffey
6 Erin Coffey
Height: 5-8
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Huntington, N.Y.
High School: Huntington
Position: DEFENSE

As a Junior in 2008:


Played in all 16 games, starting in 15 of those... One of the Bobcats’ most reliable defensive players... Scored lone goal of the season in the victory over Saint Francis on April 6... Added an assist against the Red Flash...  Assisted on a Bobcats’ goal in the win over Robert Morris on April 4... Fifth on the team with 23 ground balls, including a season-high four in the season-opening win against Iona on Feb. 27... Had 11 draw controls... Third on the team with 18 caused turnovers... Four caused turnovers against Iona and three against Monmouth on March 22.




As a Sophomore in 2007:


Saw action in all 16 games, starting in all but one... Finished the season as one of the Bobcats’ top defenders... Recorded two goals and had one assist... Had 19 ground balls... Picked up eight ground balls and caused 13 turnovers... Named the NEC Defensive Player of the Week for the first week of the season. 


As a Freshman in 2006:
Appeared in all 16 games...finished the season with two goals and two points...posted a career-high three turnovers in a 16-15 overtime win versus Harvard on Mar. 9...had a career-best five ground balls in the 16-1 romp over St. Francis (PA) on Mar. 26...finished with a career-high three draw controls at Wagner in the 17-16 triple overtime victory on Apr. 2...scored her first career goal versus CCSU on Apr. 9 in a 14-7 triumph...scored a goal in the NEC Tournament versus Sacred Heart on May 5 in a 12-9 loss.


Before Quinnipiac:
Played varsity soccer, track, and lacrosse all four years at Huntington High School...served as a team captain in soccer and lacrosse...voted All-League in soccer and lacrosse, and was the team[apos]s Unsung Hero in lacrosse...soccer team was Suffolk County Champs in 2003 and 2004.


Born  in Boston, Mass...daughter of Tricia and Bill Coffey...has two younger brothers, Pat and Willie...Majoring in history and is in the MAT Education program...father, Bill, played lacrosse at Washington College.