|Major:||Elementary Education and Mathematics|
2014 Season: Earned NECC All-Conference First-Team honors for second straight season, ranking third among conference players with 26 points and 22 goals ... Was a pivotal part of the Wildcats' offensive attack, finishing the season second on the team in goals with 47 ... Scored four or more goals nine times, netting a single-game season-high total of eight goals on April 26 during a 22-14 regular-season finale win over Elms College ... Awarded NECC All-Tournament honors with a four-goal performance in Wheelock's NECC semifinal match against Becker College ... Led the team in free-position goals with 13 goals on 22 attempts ... Tallied 55 points and finished second on the team in shots with 91, 78 of which were on goal (.857 sog%) ... Centore also showed laser focus off the draw, collecting a team-leading 82 draw controls and is currently atop the school's all-time list with 167 career draw controls ... Played in all 13 games for the Wildcats while making 12 starts and tallied at least one point in all but one match ...
2013 Season: Enjoyed one of the best all-around seasons in school history for the Wildcats and earned New England Collegiate Conference First Team honors ... Also named to NECC All-Academic team ... Led the team with a school-record 85 draw controls and 30 caused turnovers, while ranking third with 40 points and 27 goals ... Placed second on the squad with 13 assists and 45 ground balls ... Centore’s assist and ground ball totals were also the second-highest marks in school history ... Performed exceptionally well during the league’s five-match slate, topping all NECC players with 41 draw controls, while ranking seventh in points with 21, eighth in goals with 14 and second in assists with seven and fourth with 12 caused turnovers ... Racked up four or more draw controls on 11 occasions for Wheelock, including a school-record mark of 16 vs. Elms College on April 27, and her 5.64 draw controls per game placed her 28th among all players in NCAA Division III ... One of three Wildcats to start all 15 matches and the only newcomer to draw a start in every match ... Tallied at least one point in all but one match, including 11 multi-point efforts ... Centore tallied a career-high seven points on five goals and a pair of assists vs. Elms ... Set the school record with nine ground balls and seven caused turnovers to go with six draw controls and three points vs. Anna Maria College on April 8 ... Caused three or more turnovers five times in the team’s final nine contests and came up with multiple ground balls in 12 matches ... Tabbed to the NECC All-Tournament team.
High School/Personal: Four-year letterwinner in both lacrosse and field hockey for Kennebunk High School ... Highly decorated athlete in both lacrosse and field hockey ... Named to the Southern Maine Athletic Association lacrosse All-Conference Second Team as a senior for the Rams ....Landed a spot on the SMAA Second Team for field hockey following her junior campaign and was named Honorable Mention as a senior at KHS ... Earned the SMAA Good Citizenship Award in her final year of competition for Kennebunk High ... Selected to the SMAA All-Academic Team twice for both lacrosse and field hockey ... Tabbed a Captain for both the Rams' lacrosse and field hockey squads ... Served on the Peer Helpers Executive Council at KHS ... Born May 19, 1992 ... Daughter of Carol Kolczaski and Robert Centore ... Transferred from Salisbury University, where she played club lacrosse ... Majoring in elementary education and mathematics at Wheelock and would like to pursue a career as an elementary mathematics teacher ... Member of the Education Club Field Placement at Wheelock.
Notables: Ranks sixth in career games played at Wheelock with 28 ... Ranks second in career points with 95 (74 goals, 21 assists) at Wheelock ... Ranks fourth in career ground balls picked up at Wheelock with 74 ... Ranks second in career turnovers caused at Wheelock with 41 ...
|Apr 18||Becker College||W, 12-9|
|Apr 19||Rhode Island College||L, 18-14|
|Apr 21||at Bay Path||W, 19-1|
|Apr 23||at Salve Regina||L, 17-4|
|Apr 26||Elms College||W, 22-14|
|Apr 30||Becker College||L, 13-7|
|Shots on goal||78||30|
|Shots on goal percentage||85.7||78.9|
|Free position goals-shots||13-22||7-10|
|Mar 8||Thomas College||L, 15-3||1||0||1||0-1||2||2||1||1||5||20.0||5||100.0|
|Mar 20||at Wentworth Institute of Technology||L, 16-15||6||0||6||3-4||4||14||4||1||8||75.0||8||100.0|
|Mar 23||UMaine Farmington||L, 15-12||4||1||5||1-2||4||5||2||0||10||40.0||9||90.0|
|Apr 3||at Mitchell College||W, 25-4||2||1||3||0-1||2||2||0||0||7||28.6||3||42.9|
|Apr 7||at Curry College||L, 22-7||0||0||0||0-0||0||2||1||2||2||0.0||2||100.0|
|Apr 10||at Anna Maria College||W, 23-1||5||0||5||0-0||2||11||0||0||11||45.5||8||72.7|
|Apr 12||at Regis College (MA)||L, 15-5||4||0||4||2-2||4||4||4||0||5||80.0||4||80.0|
|Apr 18||Becker College||W, 12-9||4||1||5||3-4||1||5||1||0||9||44.4||7||77.8|
|Apr 19||Rhode Island College||L, 18-14||4||3||7||1-3||1||9||3||1||9||44.4||8||88.9|
|Apr 21||at Bay Path||W, 19-1||4||0||4||0-0||1||4||0||1||7||57.1||6||85.7|
|Apr 23||at Salve Regina||L, 17-4||1||0||1||1-1||1||7||1||0||3||33.3||3||100.0|
|Apr 26||Elms College||W, 22-14||8||2||10||2-3||4||10||1||2||10||80.0||10||100.0|
|Apr 30||Becker College||L, 13-7||4||0||4||0-1||3||7||4||3||5||80.0||5||100.0|