Aimee Gennaro became the program's leader in goals
2014 All-Patriot League Second Team
2013 Patriot League All-Tournament Team
2013 Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week (2/18)
2013 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll
2012 Patriot League All-Tournament Team
2011 All-Patriot League Second Team
2011 Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week (2/28)
2011 Patriot League Rookie of the Week (2/21, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21)
2011 WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week (3/14)
Recorded four points on one goal and three assists in Navy's season-opener against Longwood (2/18) ... Tallied back-to-back four-goal performances in wins over Campbell (2/11) and Liberty (2/18) ... Scored 12 goals in a three-game span, as Navy tallied wins over George Washington (4 goals), Lafayette (3 goals) and Bucknell (5 goals) ... Her five goals against the Bison are a season-best ... Recorded at least one goal in the next four games to tally 28 consecutive games with at least one goal ... Held scoreless for the first time against Michigan to end her 28-game scoring streak, which is the third longest streak in program history ... Had five points on four goals and one assist in an overtime win over Lehigh (4/9) ... Her first goal gave her 200 career goals to surpass Erin Rawlick for the program lead in goals.
Scored six goals in Navy's season-opener against Winthrop (2/10) ... followed that game with four goals and three ground balls in win over Liberty (2/16) ... was named the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week on Feb. 18 for her play against Winthrop and Liberty ... had two goals, three assists and a career-high seven ground balls in win over Monmouth (2/24) ... had three goals and two assists for five points in Navy's 15-12 loss to No. 4 Northwestern on March 11 ... scored six goals in Navy's 9-3 win over Bucknell (3/16) ... scored five goals with one assist in Navy's win over UC Davis (3/27) ... scored five points on two goals and three assists in Navy's Patriot League Semifinal win over Lafayette ... scored six points on five goals and one assist in the title game victory ... named to the all-tournament team.
Started all 21 games as an attacker ... tied for second on the team with 52 goals ... ranked fourth on the team with 56 points ... scored four free-position goals and was credited with three game-winners ... tallied 17 ground balls, eight draw controls and two caused turnovers ... also had four assists ... posted 14 multi-point games and four games with at least five points ... scored at least two goals in 14 games ... tallied nine hat tricks ... finished the season on a 15-game scoring streak ... ranked 23rd in the NCAA with her 52 goals ... scored seven goals in Navy's Patriot League Championship game victory over Holy Cross on April 29, matching her career-high and the tournament record for most goals in a game ... along with her four goals in the Patriot League semifinal victory over American on April 27, Gennaro established a tournament record with 11 goals ... was named to the Patriot League All-Tournament Team for her efforts ... was at her best in Navy's biggest games ... in addition to scoring 11 goals in the Patriot League Tournament, Gennaro scored four goals in the NCAA Play-In Game win over Oregon on May 5 and added a hat trick against North Carolina in the NCAA First Round on May 12 ... Gennaro scored the game-winning goal against Oregon with four seconds remaining in the first segment of overtime as the Mids rallied from a two-goal deficit to clinch a third straight trip to the NCAA Tournament ... Gennaro averaged 4.5 goals in Navy's four postseason games ... scored five goals and had three ground balls and a caused turnover in 18-8 win over Robert Morris on March 7 ... scored five points on four goals and one assist to go along with three ground balls and a draw control in 13-12 win over William & Mary on Feb. 15 ... scored three goals with two assists for five points in 20-4 win over Longwood on Feb. 18 ... scored three goals in 21-11 win over Bucknell on March 10 ... tallied three goals in regular-season win over American on April 13 ... totaled three points on two goals and one assist in 13-4 win over Monmouth on Feb. 22.
2011 (Freshman): Selected to the All-Patriot League Second Team ... earned four Patriot League Rookie of the Week accolades (Feb. 21, March 7, March 14, March 21) and was the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week on Feb. 28, earning a weekly accolade in five straight weeks (a Navy record) ... started all 21 games for Navy ... ranked second on the team and 18th in the country with 53 goals ... ranked third on the team with 67 points ... also had 14 assists, 18 ground balls, three draw controls and four caused turnovers ... scored five free-position goals ... named the WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week on March 14, after scoring eight points on seven goals and one assist against Bucknell (March 12) ... the seven goals and eight points are Navy freshman records ... started the season off on a blistering pace, scoring four goals with one assist in the opener against Mount St. Mary's (Feb. 11) ... scored twice in Navy's win over Ohio State (Feb. 18) ... tallied three goals and a season-high three assists against Davidson (Feb. 20) ... had a second-straight six-point game with four goals and two assists in win over Bryant (Feb. 25) ... had four goals and one assist for five points in win over High Point (Feb. 27) ... scored six goals against Robert Morris (March 5), just one game before the eight-point effort against Bucknell ... tallied a hat trick at Fresno State (March 15) ... scored two goals each in Navy's final games of the season, including the Patriot League semifinals and championship, NCAA Play-In game and NCAA First Round ... had two goals, two ground balls and a caused turnover in league title game against Colgate (April 30) ... along with teammate Jasmine DePompeo, became the first two players in the country to reach the 50-point plateau, achieving the feat on March 20 against Lafayette in the 11th game of the season ... her 67 points were the eighth-best single-season total in Navy history.
High School / Personal: A 2010 graduate of Archbishop John Carroll High School in Radnor Pa., where she lettered in lacrosse (3) and soccer (4) ... US Lacrosse First-Team All-American in 2010 ... also a US Lacrosse Academic All-American ... selected as Catholic League MVP ... Catholic League First-Team All-Star ... chosen to First-Team All-Delco and First-Team All-Main Line ... team captain ... three-time Philadelphia Catholic League Champions ... two-time District 12 Champions ... scored 53 goals in 21 games, with a shooting percentage of .550 as a senior ... scored 42 goals and gave out 14 assists as a junior... also a standout on soccer field; was named to the All-Main Line First Team, the Catholic League Second Team and was team captain and MVP ... National Honor Society member and Student Council Representative ... received 7th Congressional District Scholar-Athlete Award ... voted most spirited senior by peers and served as school's mascot ... member of the Carroll Theatre Society ... Vice-President of school's Best Buddies chapter which is a program for helping people with intellectual disabilities ... uncle, William F. Comly, is a 1973 Naval Academy graduate and former captain of the crew team ... parents, Suzie and Bill, each earned four letters in crew at Villanova ... mother also played four years of field hockey at Villanova ... brother, Mike, was a four-year member of the Syracuse crew team and also a four-time member of the United States National Rowing Team ... another brother, Bill Jr., was a four-year member of the Temple Crew team ... sister, Bernadette, plays lacrosse at Iona College ... daughter of Bill and Suzie Gennaro ... majoring in English.