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14 - Stephanie Smith
Stephanie Smith
Height: 5-9
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Severna Park, Md.
High School: Archbishop Spalding
Position: F

2012: Made 12 appearances and 11 starts on the season… Missed five games due to injury… Recorded nine shots, placing five on goal… Tabbed a season-best two shots against Stony Brook… Nearly registered her first goal of the season to put the Retrievers out in front of Vermont, but was robbed by the goalkeeper’s fingertips tipping the ball wide… Tallied a shot on goal against Maine… Picked up her first point of the season, assisting Amy Savage’s goal at Hartford... Named the team's Most Improved Athlete at the varsity banquet.

2011: Started all but one game in her sophomore campaign… Eight of her nine shots were placed on goal… Tallied two shots versus both Hartford and New Hampshire… Named to the America East Honor Roll.

2010: Saw action in 12 games for the Retrievers… Scored her first career goal against George Mason, blasting a high-arching shot from 28 yards out… Took three shots on the season, including two on goal… Recognized on the America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

 

Background: Earned Second-Team All-County honors as a senior… Led the Cavaliers to back-to-back IAAM ‘A’ Conference titles in 2008 and 2009… Archbishop Spalding was undefeated (20-0-1) in 2009, resulting in local No. 1 rankings from The Sun and Washington Post, as well as top-5 national rankings from ESPN Rise and the NSCAA… Scored the game-winning goal in the 2008 conference championship game… Led her club team, Laurel United Premier, to the 2005 national regional title… Scored the game-winner in the 2006 WAGS Tournament championship game… Also scored the winning goal in overtime to advance her team to the State Cup finals in 2007… An honor roll student… Daughter of Bob and Denise Smith… Father played soccer at UMBC in 1974 and 1976… Has two older brothers, Brian and Bobby, and an older sister, Kate… Is the fifth member of her family to attend UMBC… Born Dec. 29, 1992… Majoring in media and communication studies and hopes to pursue a career in business or education.

 
 
 

 Year

 GP/GS

 SH

 G

 A

 Pts.

2010

12/0

3

1

0

2

2011

16/16

9

0

0

0

2012

12/11

9

 0 

1

1

Career

40/27

21

1

1

3

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