2014: Her 180 career saves puts her fifth on the career list at Columbia heading into 2015… Earned a spot on the NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad… Started 16 games on the year… Finished the season with a record of 11-5 and a .725 save percentage… Recorded eight saves in a 2-1 overtime victory versus Fairfield… Made five saves for the first shutout of the season against Brown… Tallied nine big saves in net for a win over Delaware… Held off Dartmouth with nine saves.
2013: Named to NFHCA Division I Collegiate National Academic Squad… Made 14 appearances and 13 starts… Recorded 88 saves and picked up five victories on the year… Held Longwood scoreless, making 11 stops, for 67 minutes to earn a share of a shutout… Made 13 stops at No. 2 Maryland… Saved six shots in an overtime win against Penn.
2012: Named to NFHCA Division I Collegiate National Academic Squad ... Started two games for the Lions as a first-year... Recorded 10 saves in her first start against Rider... Finished the season with 14 saves, a .737 save percentage, and a 1-1 record.
At Voorhees: Was a three-year varsity letterwinner and team captain in 2011 ... as a sophomore in 2009, posted 11 shutouts and was named an All-Skyland Conference Honorable Mention ... enjoyed a breakout junior season in 2010, posting a .904 save percentage and 14 shutouts ... continued to improve as a senior in 2011 with a .932 save percentage and nine shutouts ... was named to the Star-Ledger’s 2010 All-State Third Team ... in junior and senior years, also received All-Group 2, All-West Jersey, All-Skyland Conference, All-North Jersey Coaches Association and Express Times All-Area honors.
Personal: Parents are Brian and Denise Pianucci ... has three sisters: Jenny, Dani, Lauren ... was an AP Scholar with Honors and a member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society ... played for X-Calibur Field Hockey Club and played in the National Futures Championship (2009-11), the Junior Olympics (2010), the National Club Championships (2011) and the National Indoor Tournament (2010-12).