Stanwick scores game-high five goals, sets BC's single-season goals record
AS A SENIOR (2010)
Served as a tri-captain with Blair Clancy and Peyton Killeen...played and started in all 18 games...led the team in points (91), goals (52), assists (39), shots (76), and game-winning goals (7)...her 91 points and 52 goals mark the highest single-season totals in BC history...led the ACC with 5.06 points per game...was third on the team in draw controls with 22...caused six turnovers and had 13 ground balls...became the first BC player ever to be selected as a second-team all-American...was named to the IWLCA's First Team North Region...recognized as a First-Team all-ACC player...ranks as BC's all-time career leader in points with 248 and goals with 164...named to 2009-10 All-ACC Academic Honor Roll...earned the 2009-10 Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
AS A JUNIOR (2009)
Played and started in all 18 games...led the team with 52 points...second on the team in goals (34) and tied for fourth in shots (73)...scored at least one point in 15 games...registered a 10 game scoring streak from Feb. 21 to Mar. 25...recorded a season high five points five times...scored a season high four goals three times...currently fourth on BC's list of points in a career with 157...scored the game-winning goal against Canisius Feb. 21...collected 13 ground balls...controlled 19 draws...caused 11 turnovers...earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2008)
Played and started all 17 games...led the team with 58 points...second in goals (42) and assists (16) and third in shots (80) ...scored at least one point in 16 games...registered a seven-game scoring streak from Feb. 24 to March 22...ended the season with a nine-game streak...recorded a career-high eight points in each of the final two games...scored a career-high seven goals at Harvard on April 30...tallied five goals and three assists against Brown on May 3...scored 100th career point in the win at Brown and became the second-fastest Eagle to reach the milestone (34 games)...notched game-winning goals against St. Mary's (CA) on March 2 and against Connecticut on April 9...recorded at least four points seven times and at least three goals six times...assisted three goals in three games...second on the team with 27 draw controls...went 3-6 on free position shot attempts...picked up 15 ground balls and caused five turnovers...named Northeast Region second-team All-America...earned the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
AS A FRESHMAN (2007)
Played in all 17 games, started 15...led the team in points with 47...second in goals (36) and assists (11)...started the season by tallying one point or more in the first eight games...tallied a season-high six points on six goals against Virginia Tech on March 18...assisted a season-high three goals against Dartmouth on May 2 ...forced six turnovers and collected seven ground balls...won 18 draws.
A four-year letterwinner at Holy Trinity in Hicksville, N.Y., and captained the team in 2006...compiled 45 goals and 46 assists as a senior and set school records in career goals, assists and points...captured team MVP, All-Long Island honors, and league Player of the Year as a senior...also named team MVP and an All-Long Island selection as a junior...a four-time All-League selection...member of the 2004 championship team...also a letterwinner in volleyball and basketball, garnering All-League honors in both sports...captain of the basketball team...member of the volleyball and basketball championship teams...honor roll student...member of the National Honor Society.
Born May 4, 1988...the eldest of Bill and Lori Costello's four children...enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.