#27 Jane Stoeckert
Has won two monograms in her first two seasons at Notre Dame … figures to be a key contributor to the Irish offense in 2008 … coming off a career-best season … will be counted on to help keep defenses honest when it comes to defending the Notre Dame attack … has excellent size and strength to be a force in the midfield … has a powerful presence on the field … one of those players that always seems to be around the play … can be a catalyst and jump start the Irish offense … team-oriented player with creative playmaking skills … candidate to replace graduated Kaki Orr `07 as the team[apos]s draw control specialist … one of five high school All-Americans from Notre Dame[apos]s freshman class of 2006 … one of three New Jersey natives on the Irish roster along with sophomores Gina Scioscia (Summit) and Amy Winik (Freehold) … for her career, has played in 36 games, making 23 starts … owns 32 goals and 24 assists for 56 points … grabbed 29 ground balls, has 51 draw controls and 12 caused turnovers.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Saw action in all 17 games, making 12 starts … was third on the team in goals (21) and fourth in points (36), both career highs along with her 15 assists … added seven ground balls, 17 draw controls and two caused turnovers from her spot in the midfield … finished the season on a 15-game point-scoring streak from Mar. 1 to Apr. 27 (21g, 15a) … had 12 games with two or more points and five games with two or more goals … did not score a point in the first two games before getting first goal of the season in 18-10 loss to Northwestern … had four consecutive games with a goal and an assist – at Cornell, at Canisius, versus Yale and at Syracuse … scored twice and added two assists for four points in 16-9 victory at home against Ohio State … had a goal and an assist in 11-1 win versus Loyola (Md.) … scored twice (one via free-position shot) with an assist in 12-11 BIG EAST win against Connecticut … recorded single-goal games versus Duquesne and Duke … turned in career-best game with six points (3g, 3a) in 16-11 win over California … helped the Irish hand Georgetown its first BIG EAST regular-season defeat, 13-8, with two goals and one assist … had second three-goal game of career with three markers in 13-8 loss to Vanderbilt … kept scoring streak alive with an assist in 8-7 loss to Rutgers … closed the season with a goal and an assist in 12-10 loss to Georgetown in the BIG EAST Tournament.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 19 games, making 11 starts … scored 11 goals with nine assists for 20 points … had 22 ground balls, 34 draw controls and 10 caused turnovers … 34 draw controls ranked third on the team … had five games with two or more points … recorded 10 games with two or more draw controls … scored first collegiate goal in season-opening win against California … scored points in first four games with a two-point game (1g, 1a) in 17-15 win over Cornell … had first of two three-point games versus Loyola with two goals and one assist … followed that with a goal and three assists in 18-2 win over Canisius …followed that with a goal and an assist in wins at Connecticut and Ohio State … held off the scoreboard at Duke but scored a goal in the 11-10 loss at Georgetown … scored single goals versus Syracuse and against Georgetown in the NCAA tournament on May 20 … set personal best with five draw controls at Georgetown and at Rutgers … in three NCAA tournament games had one goal with three ground balls, five draw controls and one caused turnover.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Played four sports during her high school career at West Morris Mendham High School … four-year letter winner in lacrosse and soccer … won two letters each in winter track and basketball … high school lacrosse coach, Jessica Grom Shoulberg, played lacrosse at Notre Dame (`97-[apos]98) … team captain of soccer (`04-[apos]05) and lacrosse (`05) teams … member of three-time Iron Hills Conference championship team in soccer … three-time all-conference, all-county and all-area selection in soccer … third-team all-state as a senior … holds school records in track in 300 meters (44.44) and relay marks in 4×200 meters, 4×400 meters, the sprint medley and the team high jump … helped lead West Morris Mendham lacrosse to 24-1 record and first-ever Iron Hills Conference and Morris County titles in 2005 … team was North A State Sectional champions and New Jersey State finalists … set school records for goals in a season (107 in `05) and career (277) … finished career with 277 goals and 106 assists … four-time all-conference and all-area selection … first-team all-state twice (`04-[apos]05) and second-team in 2003 … U.S. Lacrosse All-American as a senior and honorable-mention choice as a junior … Newark Star-Ledger New Jersey player of the year in 2005 … team won back-to-back conference titles … named by Inside Lacrosse magazine as one of 10 ‘Blue Chip’ recruits nationally … daughter of George and Rebecca Pope Stoeckert … has one brother … born Feb. 26, 1987, in Miami, Fla. … English and Design major in the College of Arts and Letters at Notre Dame.
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