Sally Adua featured as a Division I Scholar of Distinction for second-straight year.
As a Junior: Started all 18 games for the Friars in goal... Played 1,293:44 minutes and posted a 1.73 goals against average and a 0.748 save percentage... Finished the season with an 8-10 overall record, including a 6-4 mark at home on Lennon Family Field... Recorded four shut-out victories... Registered a career-best 10 saves in games vs. Boston College (9/22), Temple (10/11) and Louisville (11/1)... Allowed 32 goals and posted 95 saves on the season... Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll, twice (9/2 and 10/28)... Named to the NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad for the second-consecutive year.
As a Sophomore: Played three games and appeared in the starting line-up twice... Made her collegiate debut against Maine (9/28) and recorded two saves in a 3-2 overtime loss... Logged 159:31 minutes in the cage, allowed four goals and made 11 saves... Posted a 0.733 save percentage and a 1.76 goals against average... Finished season with 1-2 record... Each of her two losses were decided in overtime... Earned first collegiate victory against Kent State (9/3) with a career-high five saves... BIG EAST Academic All-Star... Named to NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad... Member of the U.S. High Performance Training Squad (New England).
As a Freshman: Opted to redshirt during her first season with the program...BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
In High School: Attended South Windsor High School and competed on the field hockey and softball teams... Served as team captain for field hockey as a senior in 2010... Earned First-Team All-State honors in 2010... Two-time CCC East All-Conference and All-Hartford Courant Team honoree (2009-10)... Led her team to four CCC East Championships (2007-10)... Competed in the Junior Olympics in 2008 and 2009... Member of Futures Elite (2009-11).
Personal: Born August 22, 1993...Daughter of David and Gloria Clymer...Has two sisters, Rachel and Kendra... Working toward a double major in management and finance.