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#16 Chloe Mangan
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Sayville, N.Y.
High School: St. Anthony's
General: Chloe Mangan returns for her final season with the Fairfield Lacrosse program and was selected as a team captain by her teammates. She enters the campaign ranked sixth in program history with 107 draw controls, while ranking ninth with 98 career goals.  Mangan, who has played in 60 games with 58 starts, has 126 career points and is eight shy of moving into the top-10 list in program history.
 
Off the Field: Mangan is a marketing major, earning membership in the Department of Athletics 3.0 Club in each of the last four semesters, while also making Dean’s List in Fall 2010 and Fall 2011. She has helped serve meals through Having Friends Inn since 2000 and has been part of Every Child’s Dream since 2006. Mangan resided in the Service for Justice Residence during her sophomore year.
 
2012: All-MAAC Second Team! All-MAAC Academic Team! MAAC Offensive Player of the Week, 4/23! Mangan finished her junior campaign with 43 points, good for second on the roster, and with points in 15 of the 16 games in which she appeared.  She scored a team-best 36 goals and ranked 85th in the nation with her 2.25 goals per game average.  Mangan also added 29 draw controls, 14 ground balls; nine caused turnovers and seven assists to the Stags effort.  She finished the campaign 18-31 in 8-meter chances, more than doubling her career total during the year.  Mangan was 5-6 from 8-meters in the first two games of the year, scoring six goals and handing out an assist in the Stags 2-0 start.  She had a career-best seven points against Marist, scoring five times, and followed that with a four-goal, two assist effort in the win over Siena in the regular season finale. Mangan had five games with three or more goals and scored multiple points in 12 of the games in which she played. She had a season-best four draw controls on three different occasions, including wins over Marist and Siena during the final weekend of the regular season.
 
2011: MAAC Lacrosse League Offensive Player of the Year! All-MAAC First Team! MAAC Offensive Player of the Week, 2/22, 3/14!  Mangan finished the 2011 season as the team’s second leading goal scorer, 36, and third in points, 48.  She started 15 of the 16 games in which she appeared and finished the year ranked third in the MAAC, averaging 2.39 goals per game, and sixth in points per game, 3.00.  Mangan captured a career-best 40 draw controls, second on the team, and her 2.5 per contest ranked third in the league.  She corralled a career-best seven draws in the Stags semifinal win over Iona.  Mangan twice reached six points in a game, scoring five and handing out an assist, in wins over Monmouth and Manhattan.  Mangan also touched net five times in the win over Marist, going 2-2 in eight-meter chances that afternoon.  She finished the year 9-19 in free position opportunities.  She recorded 18 ground balls and 11 caused turnovers during the season.  In a home win over Quinnipiac, Mangan had a season-high four caused turnovers, as well as scoring one of her two game-winning goals for the year. Mangan had multiple goals in 10 games, with a hat trick or more coming six times and had at least one point in 14 games.
 
2010: MAAC Lacrosse League Rookie of the Year! All-MAAC First Team! MAAC Rookie of the Week, 2/22, 3/15, 3/22, 4/6, 4/12!  Mangan started all 18 games that the Stags played during her rookie season and finished fourth on the team in points, with 35.  She netted 26 goals and finished second on the squad with nine assists.  Mangan earned her first of five MAAC weekly accolades with a three point, four draw control effort in her collegiate debut. She finished the year with a team-best 38 draw controls, a number which ranked seventh-best in program history at the time. Mangan had a season-high five draw controls, while also scoring once, at Holy Cross.  She picked up 18 ground balls over the course of the year, as well as causing 10 turnovers. Thirteen of those ground balls came in the last eight games of the year, 1.6 per game, while half of the caused turnovers came during the final four regular season games. Mangan netted four goals, including her first game-winner, in the victory at Canisius.  She touched net three times, again including the decisive goal, to go along with four ground balls in the league win over Manhattan. 
 
High School: Mangan earned three varsity letters at St. Anthony’s High School, culminating in consecutive NSCHSGAA Titles her final two seasons. She finished her career with 90 goals and 75 assists, helping the squad to 38 total victories. As a team captain her senior season Mangan led the team to a 13-0 record, tallying 75 points to earn her third consecutive All-League nod.  
 
Personal: Chloe Margaret Mangan is the daughter of Karen and Kenneth Mangan.  She has two older sisters, one of whom, Brittany, played lacrosse for the Stags, as well as having a younger sister.
 
Mangan’s Year-by-Year Stats
Year GP GS SH G A PTS GWG GB DC CT FPG-S
2010 18 18 67 26 9 35 2 18 38 10 6-12
2011 16 15 74 36 12 48 2 18 40 11 9-19
2012 16 15 68 36 7 43 1 14 29 9 18-31
Career 50 48 209 98 28 126 5 50 107 30 33-62
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