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7 - Stephanie Gore
Stephanie Gore
Height: 5-2
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Davie, Fla.
High School: University School of Nova Southeastern
Position: M/D

2012:  Started in all 15 games...SCAC 1st Team All-Conference...had a break-out season for the panthers, crushing her previous ground ball and caused turnover records and earning her National Statistical Champion in both categories as well as capturing the season record in both categories...picked up 102 ground balls, 6.08 per game, and caused 49 turnovers, 3.27 per game...became NCAA Division III single-game record holder in ground balls with 17 against conference opponent, Dallas...recorded a personal best in goals with 27 and dished out 9 assists...recorded 52 draw controls to place her season number at second in program history.

2011:  Played all 16 contests for the panthers...SCAC Defensive Player of the Year...SCAC 1st Team All-Conference...ILCA 1st Team All-Region...tallied 8 goals and 3 assists...broke her own season record for ground balls and ground balls per game, with 76 and 4.75 respectively...improved upon caused turnover numbers and caused turnovers per game with 39 total and 2.44 per game, taking over her 2010 season record...recorded a program best 3 man-down goals.

2010:  Played in 15 games scoring 20 goals for the panthers...recorded 53 ground balls, 3.53 per game, which is good for 3rd best in program history in both categories...owns the same records with her season tally of 29 caused turnovers, 1.93 per game...also played on the women's soccer team.

Pre-BSC:  Played soccer and lacrosse at Univeristy School in Fort Lauderdale, FL...received team MVP honors in 2007, 2008, and 2009...2009 Athlete of the Year, All-County, All-District, All-League, and Academic All-American...2008 All-District...honor roll student, Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, and National Science Honor Society Member.

Personal:  Daughter of Anh Mai and Stephen Gore...has one brother, Matthew...Cousin, April Whitney is a fencer at Cornell University...Majoring in Chemistry.