Roncarati will be a member of Afturelding FC.
Roncarati served as the backbone of the Friars' defense.
Roncarati received the most votes at the fullback position.
Roncarati named All-BIG EAST Second Team; Zimmerman takes All-Rookie Team honors.
Freshman Lauren Elia notched the game winner.
2012: Started all 18 games for the Friars... Finished with one point on one assist... Anchored the Friars to three shutouts... Named All BIG EAST Second Team... Selected to compete in NEWISA Senior Bowl... Selected to All North East Third Team ... Named Providence College Female Athlete of the Year for a Team Sport... Signed professional contract to play for Afturelding FC in Iceland upon graduation in Spring 2013.
2011: Started all 21 games anchoring the defense for the Friars... Took eight shots including three shots on goal... Named to All-BIG EAST Third Team.
2010: Named All-BIG EAST Third Team ... Started all 18 games for the Friars ... Third on the team in goals scored (three) and fifth in points (six) ... Scored her first collegiate goal in a victory over Sacred Heart on 8/22 ... Named to BIG EAST Honor Roll on 8/23, 9/14 and 9/20.
2009: Started 18 and appeared 19 overall games as a part of the Friars' defensive line... Totaled 19 shots with seven on goal... Named to the All-BIG EAST Rookie Team.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Bishop Feehan High School and earned four varsity letters in soccer, three in basketball and one in track... Captained the soccer and basketball teams in 2008... Team won the Eastern Athletic Conference Championship (EAC) in 2007 and 2008... Named Massachusetts All-State in 2008, Sun Chronicle All-State First Team from 2006-08 and Division I First-Team Eastern Mass Girls Soccer Coaches Team in 2007 and 2008... MVP of her high school soccer team in 2007... EAC All-Star Soccer Team from 2006-2008... Leading scorer in EAC in 2008... Fourth leading scorer at BFHS and single season assist leader, with 22, in 2007... Inducted into National, Spanish, Science and History Honor Society... Received Student Athlete Citizenship Award and the Providence College Book Award.
CLUB SOCCER: Played for R.I. Rays United Soccer Club from 2004-07 and South Shore Select Soccer Club from 2008-09...Soccer R.I. OPP Female Player of the Year in 2007...Team won R.I. State Cup Championship in 2006 and 2007...Region I Pool Play in 2008...Named WPSL All-East Second Team (Bay State Select).
PERSONAL: Born January 21, 1991...Daughter of Denise and Robert Roncarati... Has older brother, Michael... biology/secondary education major.
FAVORITE ATHLETES: Mia Hamm
FAVORITE TEAMS: Women's National Team
HOBBIES: Working out, art (sketching and drawing), soccer and basketball
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