PU CE Cavigal(1997)
Championne de France 1997
Canisius Golden Griffins(1993-96)Tassone won four varsity letters from 1994-97 and still claims many of the program's all-time batting records. She still holds the school's record for career hits with 215, and her .422 career batting average ranks second all-time in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. After starting in every game while with the Blue and Gold, Tassone graduated as the program's all-time leader in doubles and triples, and currently ranks second all-time in career RBIs. The Griffs went 133-32 overall and 45-3 in the MAAC, winning four MAAC regular-season crowns, four MAAC Tournament titles and made three NCAA Tournaments during her career.
Her best year was her sophomore season, when she finished fifth in the nation in batting average (.481), 27th in RBIs (39) and 17th in slugging percentage (.705), while helping the Griffs to a MAAC championship and an NCAA Tournament berth. Tassone has also served as head softball coach at Medaille College and at St. Mary's High School in Lancaster, N.Y.