Eva Frazzoni’s College of Saint Rose Women’s Soccer teammates was recently recognized as one of the Northeast-10 Conference’s Programs of the Decade for the 2010’s.
After a decade of NE10 success, highlighted by five league championships, the College of Saint Rose top moment came in 2011 when they won the NCAA Championship over Grand Valley State to become the first and only women's soccer team to win a national title in league history.
The Golden Knights tied an NE10 record by capturing their eighth postseason title this past fall.
In the past 10 seasons, Saint Rose has racked up a league record of 112-19-11 (.827), nearly 100 games above 500. It includes a perfect 15-0 mark in the 2010 campaign. Head coach Laurie Darling Gutheil has been around for all of the success and she ranks in the top five among active Division II coaches in career victories.
Frazzoni was schedule to be part of the College of Saint Rose Graduation Ceremony.
Frazzoni in a College of Saint Rose Senior video shared her memories on her college career.