#5 Ansley Stewart
AS A SENIOR:Played in 17 games for the Irish, while starting nine … scored 21 goals, which was tied for seventh on the team, and added eight assists to total 29 points, good for seventh on the team … had six multi-goal games … scored a point in 13 games … had a two goal, two assist effort in a 20-6 win at California to open the season … also scored four points against Ohio State … scored three goals against Duquesne, Syracuse and Connecticut … was named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star … earned a Monogram.
AS A JUNIOR: Saw action in all 18 games in 2010, making seven starts … was fifth on the team in scoring with 19 goals and five assists for 24 points … added eight ground balls, six draw controls and two caused turnovers to her stat line … scored points in 15 of the team[apos]s 18 games … has seven games with two or more points for the year … opened the season with a four-game, goal and point streak, scoring five goals with two assists in a 3-1 start for the Irish … had two-point games versus Duquesne (1g, 1a), Dartmouth (1g, 1a) and California (2g) … held off the scoresheet in a 7-6 win at Boston University (3/20) … had a season-best three-point game (2g, 1a) in 10-9 loss to Vanderbilt at Arlotta Stadium (3/24) … scored once in 11-9 win over Louisville (3/27) … scored game-winning goal with six seconds left on the clock in an 11-10 win at Loyola (4/5) to help Irish snap a two-game losing streak … had a season-high three goals in the 16-0 shutout win over Villanova (4/9) … went on a seven-game scoring streak (10g, 2a) from April 3 to May 1 … had four consecutive games with one goal against Syracuse (a 6-5 upset win), Cincinnati (4/17), Ohio State (4/22) and Rutgers (4/24) … scored twice in the regular-season finale in 16-9 win at Connecticut … shutout in the 12-11, four overtime loss to Syracuse in the BIG EAST Tournament … scored one goal in the 19-7 NCAA Tournament loss to Northwestern (5/15).
AS A SOPHOMORE: Burst on the scene in her second season with the Irish, starting all 21 games … was fifth on the team with 30 goals, tied for sixth with 12 assists and fifth in points with 42 … added nine ground balls, 12 draw controls and eight caused turnovers … one of five players on the team with 30 or more goals … recorded points in 19 of 21 games … selected as Notre Dame[apos]s most improved player for the 2009 season … had the second largest jump in points from one season to the next (+42) in the program[apos]s history behind Gina Scioscia[apos]s +47 (from 2007 to 2008) … finished the season with a six-game point streak (7g, 3a, 10 pts) … had nine multiple goal games and 14 games with two or more points … made first career start on Feb. 14 versus Duquesne, scoring three goals and an assist for a four-point game … held scoreless versus Northwestern before turning in a two-goal game in 14-11 win over Ohio State (2/22) … had a goal and an assist in 17-8 win over Stanford … followed with four consecutive three-point games in wins over Dartmouth (2g, 1a), James Madison (2g, 1a), Hofstra (1g, 2a) and Rutgers (three goals) … had just one assist in win over California and followed with single goals in a 14-12 loss to Georgetown (3/27) and a 16-13 win over Loyola (Md.) … scored a career-best four goals in a 16-5 road win at Cincinnati (4/3) and added two more goals for the weekend in a 20-8 win at Louisville … turned in a three-point game (1g, 2a) as Irish lost at Syracuse (14-13) … held scoreless in an 18-11 loss at Vanderbilt … came back with a goal and an assist in a 20-5 victory against Connecticut (4/18) … scored two goals in each game of the BIG EAST Tournament versus Syracuse and Georgetown … closed the regular season with one goal in the 11-9 victory against Cornell … scored final goal of the season in the first round game of the NCAA Tournament as the Irish defeated Vanderbilt, 19-13 … recorded two assists in the 16-10 loss to North Carolina in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tourney.
AS A FRESHMAN: Saw action in games versus Canisius and Duquesne … recorded one shot on goal against Canisius.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Two-sport athlete at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Va. … won four letters in both lacrosse and field hockey … two-time ISL all-conference selection in both sports … helped Episcopal to the state championship in lacrosse in 2006 … served as team captain of both teams as a senior … was team MVP for both teams during her senior year … selected all-state in `06 and `07 … scored 49 goals with 26 assists for 75 points as a senior … was selected to the Washington Post[apos]s honorable mention all-Met team in `07 … as a junior recorded 63 goals and 71 assists for 134 points in leading Episcopal to the state championship … played in two U.S. Lacrosse national tournaments, playing for Mid-Atlantic 2 in `06 and Mid-Atlantic 4 in `05 … selected as a U.S. Lacrosse honorable mention high school All-American in 2007 … was a first team All-American in 2006 … took home U.S. Lacrosse high school academic All-American honors in `07 … selected to the 2007 Tewaaraton Watch List … member of the Capital Lacrosse Club in 2007 … member of Episcopal[apos]s Athletic Council all four years … won Episcopal[apos]s Fannon Award as the top female athlete at school … full name is Ansley Yates Stewart … daughter of Craig and Cricket Stewart … has a younger brother and a younger sister … born July 10, 1989 in Fayetteville, N.C. … graduated from the College of Arts & Letters with a degree in political science.
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