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Steele Stanwick
Steele Stanwick

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Loyola Blakefield

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 180

Position:
Attack



• 2011 Tewaaraton Trophy Winner
• 2011 and 2012 Team Captain
• Two-time USILA first-team All-American

2012
• USILA All-American (first-team)
• Preseason Face-Off Yearbook All-American (first-team)
• Inside Lacrosse Midseason All-American (first-team)
• Tewwaraton Trophy Finalist
• Lowe's Senior CLASS Award Finalist
• ACC Offensive Player of the Year
• All-ACC
• ACC All-Tournament
• Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week on March 13
• Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week on April 3
• Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week on April 10
• First ACC player to earn player of the week honors three times in one season since the award was first given out in 1986
• Led UVa with two goals and five assists in 19-5 triumph over VMI
• Scored two goals and dished out three assists in UVa's 12-5 win over Stony Brook
• Against Stony Brook became the third Cavalier, the seventh player in ACC history and the 46th player in NCAA DI history with 100 career goals and 100 career assists
• Tallied one goal and two assists against No. 3 Syracuse
• Dished out a career-high seven assists against Vermont
• Scored one goal and dished out three assists against No. 3 Cornell
• His assist to Colin Briggs in overtime lifted UVa over No. 3 Cornell in the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic
• Registered his fifth game of three assists or more at Ohio State, chipping in a goal and three assists for the win in Ohio Stadium
• Led UVa with two goals and three assists in OT loss to Johns Hopkins
• Tied a career high with eight points (3 gls., 5 asst) in a road ACC victory at No. 9 Maryland
• Scored three goals and dished out four assists to help earn a road win at No. 9 North Carolina
• Scored one goal and tallied two assists against No. 7 Duke
• Scored two goals and had five assists against UNC to earn all-tournament honors for the ACC Championship - finishing tied for No. 2 in the event in points, despite playing only one game
• Also picked up a career-high six ground balls against North Carolina in the ACC Championship Semifinal Round
• Tallied a career-high six goals and had seven points to earn MVP honors for UVa's Mile-High Classic game against Penn in Denver
• With a goal and an assist vs. Princeton in the NCAA First Round, tallied his 50th and 51st career points in the NCAA Tournament - two from a UVa record
• Tallied seven points (two goals - five assists) against Notre Dame in the NCAA Quarterfinals, the Fighting Irish were the nation's No. 1 defense and UVa's 10 goals scored was the only time in 2012 Notre Dame gave up double digits in goals
• Set a UVa record for career points in the NCAA Tournament with 58

2011

• Tewaaraton Trophy winner
• USILA first-team All-American
• All-NCAA Championship Team
• ACC Player of the Year
• All-ACC
• Scored 21 points (9 g, 12 a) in the NCAA Tournament
• Named ACC Player of the Week on March 1
• Scored five goals at No. 5 Stony Brook, including game-winner in OT
• No. 3 in the nation in assists per game
• No. 4 in the nation in points per game
• Week of Feb. 22 tallied 15 total points in wins against Stony Brook and Mount St. Mary's
• Had gone three-straight games with at least seven points (MSM -SB - VMI)
• Scored two assists and two goals, including the game-winning score against No. 5 UNC in OT

2010
• USILA second-team All-American
• All-ACC
• All-ACC Tournament
• All-NCAA Championship Team
• Ranked No. 23 nationally in points per game (3.39)
• Ranked No. 93 nationally for goals per game (1.61)
• Ranked No. 12 nationally for assists per game (1.78)
• Ranked No. 48 nationally for shot percentage (38.2)
• Named ACC Player of the Week on Feb. 22
• Led the team with 32 assists
• Second on team with 61 points
• Second on the squad with 29 goals
• Scored three goals at Drexel, including game-clincher
• Tallied three goals in win over No. 18 Stony Brook
• Two goals and one assist against No. 1 Syracuse
• One goal and matched a career high with 5 assists against VMI
• Notched two goals and one assist at Towson
• Scored four goals and one assist at No. 4 Maryland
• Named player of the game against No. 2 UNC in the Big City Classic after scoring three goals and dishing one assist
• Tallied three goals and two assists against Duke in the NCAA semifinal round

2009
• 2009 ACC Rookie of the Year
• Nation's top recruit by Inside Lacrosse
• Played position formerly manned by Ben Rubeor, who he shares some ties with-attended same HS (Loyola), wears same number (6)
• Third in nation among freshmen in goals (36), second in points (58) and assists (22)
• Tops on the team in shooting at 44.4%, 10th in nation
• Ranks high on UVa's list for freshmen- first in points (58), second in goals (36) and tied for fifth in assists (22)
• Scored at least two goals on 13 occasions
• Scored twice and added two assists in his debut vs. Drexel
• Two goals and for assists at Stony Brook in first road game
• Set career high with four goals at VMI
• Tallied 3 goals against Towson & Johns Hopkins
• Tied career high with four goals vs. Maryland
• Three goals and an assist at Duke
• Three goals and two assist vs. Villanova in first playoff game
• Two goals, career-high five assists and seven points vs. Johns Hopkins in NCAA QFs
• Seven goals and eight assists in three playoff games

HIGH SCHOOL
• Listed as the No. 1 recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse
• Rated the No. 1 incoming attackman in the country by Inside Lacrosse
• Lettered in lacrosse, soccer and basketball
• Two-time All-American
• Played in the Under Armour All-American game
• Set school record with 231 career points (123g, 108a)
• 39 goals and 31 assists as a senior, 35 and 38 his junior year
• Two-time Baltimore Sun All-Met selection
• Named Towson Times Player of the Year two times
• Baltimore Sun Player of the Year as a junior
• Scored four goals and had four assists in championship game as his team won its first conference title in six years
• Three-time first-team all-state and all-league
• Captain of basketball team
• Starting forward on soccer team

PERSONAL
• Son of Dori and Wells Stanwick
• Four sisters-Sheehan, Wick, Coco and Covie and three brothers-Tad, Wells, and Shack
• Sheehan, Wick, and Coco were All-Americans at Georgetown, while Tad played at Rutgers
• Wells is a freshman on the roster at Johns Hopkins and Covie is a freshman on the roster at Boston College

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