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  • 951 Fell St, Baltimore, MD 21231 (443) 708-4430
  • 1533 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, MD 21231 (410) 563-1163
  • Boyertown, PA
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • Havertown, PA
  • Williamsburg, VA
  • Devon, PA
  • 1929 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Work

Position: Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Industries

Sporting Goods

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Joanna Lignelli

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Location:
Baltimore, Maryland Area
Industry:
Sporting Goods

Publications

Us Patents

Field Hockey Stick Having An Edge Configured To Minimize Ball Loft

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US Patent:
20060194656, Aug 31, 2006
Filed:
Feb 1, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/344144
Inventors:
Katelyn Bedwell - Baltimore MD,
Joanna Lignelli - Baltimore MD,
International Classification:
A63B 59/14
US Classification:
473560000
Abstract:
A field hockey stick comprising a head and a shaft adjoining the head. The shaft comprises a flat playing side, a non-playing side opposite to the flat playing side, a first edge between the flat playing side and the non-playing side, and a second edge between the flat playing side and the non-playing side, the second edge opposite to the first edge. According to one embodiment, at least one of the first edge and the second edge is flattened or concave. A method for contacting a field hockey ball with the field hockey stick is also disclosed.

Molded Lacrosse Head Pocket

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US Patent:
20080268987, Oct 30, 2008
Filed:
Apr 25, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/739966
Inventors:
Joanna Lignelli - Baltimore MD,
Christopher Saturnio - Crofton MD,
International Classification:
A63B 59/02
US Classification:
473513
Abstract:
A pocket for a head of a lacrosse stick is provided that includes a plurality of runners extending generally in a longitudinal direction and a plurality of cross laces extending generally in a transverse direction. The pocket further includes one or more joint members that are formed at an intersection of a runner and a cross lace. The runner and the cross lace lie over one another and are held in place by the joint member. A method for forming the pocket is also disclosed.

Handle-Dampening Lacrosse Stick

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US Patent:
20120264551, Oct 18, 2012
Filed:
Oct 6, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/267537
Inventors:
Joanna Lignelli - Baltimore MD,
Anthony Abdelmalek - Baltimore MD,
International Classification:
A63B 59/02
US Classification:
473513
Abstract:
A lacrosse stick for reducing the rebound of a ball caught therein. The head of the lacrosse stick is affixed to a tubular shaft in which a portion of the shaft wall at the top end is omitted on the front side and another portion is omitted on the backside below the first omitted portion. A resilient member is inserted within the shaft extending past the lower omitted portion of the shaft wall. The resilient member fills the omitted areas to seat flush therein. A head having a socket and throat is affixed to top end of the shaft. The socket engages the resilient insert via the omitted portions. When a force is applied, for example, by a ball caught in the pocket, the socket compresses the resilient member from the front and the throat from the back allowing the head to rotate backward, dissipating some of the energy and reducing rebound.

Handle-Dampening Lacrosse Stick

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US Patent:
20130244816, Sep 19, 2013
Filed:
Apr 30, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/873920
Inventors:
Joanna Lignelli - Baltimore MD,
Anthony Abdelmalek - Baltimore MD,
Mike Schmittdiel - Baltimore MD,
International Classification:
A63B 59/02
US Classification:
473513
Abstract:
A lacrosse stick for reducing the rebound of a ball caught therein. The head of the lacrosse stick has a socket for receiving the shaft, and incorporates one or a plurality of flexible elastomer pads within or as part of the handle or socket, where the head and handle meet, to damp impact and rebound. The flexibility of the damping pads produces a “give” that minimizes the rebound of a pocket after being impacted by a ball. This pocket dampening limits the movement of the ball and makes the ball easier to control and to retain in the pocket. The precise location of the dampening material on the lacrosse head may be varied to control the degree of pocket “give” in response to, for example, the force on the pocket created by a ball impacting the pocket during a catch or swinging in the pocket during cradling.
Joanna E Lignelli from Baltimore, MD, age ~49 Get Report