Duke adds four graduate transfers

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DURHAM- Duke Women’s Lacrosse Program and Head Coach Kerstin Kimel welcomes four graduate students to this year’s 2022-23 team.

Jordyn Bauer, Gillian Curran, Jane DiGregorio and Amanda Fedor come to Durham for their final year of eligibility.

JORDYN BAUER

Defender | Graduate | West Chester, Pennsylvania | Penn

Jordyn Bauer comes to Durham after spending the last four years at Penn as a defender. In the spring, she saw action in five contests with one start as the Quakers went 6-9 overall and 3-4 in Ivy League action.

GILLIAN CURRAN

Midfielder | Graduate | Fair Haven, New Jersey | Elon

Gillian Curran spent the last four years at Elon as a forward and draw specialist for the Phoenix. Most recently, during her senior season, she saw action in all 16 games with 15 starts and broke numerous program records: career draw checks, single-season draw checks, team draw checks. one season (conference only) and single game draw controls. The team’s second All-CAA selection beat the Phoenix in goals (33), assists (18), free position goals (10) and draw checks (79). She had five hat tricks last season, including two five-goal games against Virginia and Winthrop and recorded seven points against Vanderbilt.

JANE DiGREGORIO

Midfielder | Graduate | Cutchouge, NY | davidson
As Davidson’s midfielder, Jane DiGregorio saw action in all 18 games last season with 12 starts. She had 12 goals and 10 assists for 22 points and ranked fifth on the team in ground balls (22) and draft checks (20). Her versatility in midfield was on display against Campbell as she scored a goal, an assist, three ground balls, two draw checks and a caused turnover. She recorded two or more points on six occasions, including two goals against East Carolina and two assists against VCU.

AMANDA FEDOR

Striker | Graduate | Vestal, NY | North Carolina

Amanda Fedor made the short trip from Chapel Hill to Durham as a forward who spent the past four years in North Carolina. Fedor and the Tar Heels went 22-0 in the spring and won their third national title in program history. She saw action in nine games with four points (2 goals, 2 assists) and added a caused turnover and draw control. She was also named the UNC Athletic Director’s Athlete-Scholar.

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