|Hometown:||North Quincy, Mass.|
|High School:||North Quincy|
Finished her career as the program's all-time leader in points (262), goals (210) and shots on goal (366). Finished ranked second in program history in assists (52) and tied for second in games played (63).
At the end of her career, held the program records for points in a single season (87, 2008), goals in a single season (73, 2008) and shots on goal in a single season (129, 2008). Also had the second-most points (77, 2009) and goals (64, 2009) in a single season, the third-most shots on goals (106, 2009), the fourth-most assists (15, 2010), the sixth-most assists (13, 2009), and was tied for the eighth-most points (52, 2010) and assists (10, 2011).
As a Senior in
2011: Started all 16 games for the
Conference Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll
selection...Led the team in goals (36) and shots on
goal (62)...Ranked second on the team in points (46) and shots (75)
and third in assists (10)...Went 7-for-18 on free-position
shots...Recorded 18 ground balls, three draw controls and four
caused turnovers...Scored three goals and added two assists while
collecting five ground balls in the season-opener against Saint
Michael's on 3/13...Posted a season-high seven points on five goals
and two assists at St. Andrews on 3/15...Matched that season high
with seven points on six goals and an assist at Converse on
3/17...Named Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Week for the
week ending on 3/20...Netted two goals and added an assist at
American International on 3/26...Scored a goal and dished out an
assist at Saint Michael's on 3/29...Tallied three goals at Keene
State on 3/31...Potted four goals and added an assist at Southern
Connecticut State on 4/9...Contributed three goals and two assists
against Southern New Hampshire on 4/12...Netted two goals against
Saint Anselm on 4/20...Scored twice at Merrimack on 4/26...Put home
two goals against Assumption on 4/30.
As a Junior in
2010: Started all 15 matches ... scored 37 goals and
assisted on 15 others for 52 points ... tied for the team lead in
goals and ranked second on the squad in assists and points ...
ranked 17th in the NE-10 in goals per game and points per game ...
finished the season as the program leader for career
goals with 174 and the all-time leader for career points (216) ...
also finished the season ranked second in program history for
career assists with 42 ... also finished the campaign ranked first
in program history for career shots on goal (304) ...
Fall Northeast-10 Conference Commissioner's Academic
Honor Roll selection ... scored at least one goal in
all but two games ... scored multiple goals in 11 games, including
six games with at least three goals ... totaled multiple points in
13 games, including 10 games with at least three points ... scored
four times and assisted on another goal for a five-point afternoon
in the season-opener versus Saint Michael's (3/15) ... tossed in a
season-high six goals and tallied three assists for a nine-point
afternoon against Assumption (3/23) ... had five points (4 g, 1 a)
versus Southern Connecticut State (4/3) ... recorded a hat-trick
versus Saint Michael's (4/6) ... had two goals and a pair of
assists for four points versus Saint Anselm (4/14) ... totaled at
least four points in each of the last three games of the season ...
had four points (3 g, 1 a) versus AIC (4/20) ... scored five times
while assisting on another score for a five-point contest versus
Assumption (4/24) ... had two goals and two assists against
As a Sophomore in 2009: All Northeast-10 Conference First
Team Started all 16 games in her sophomore
season. Dished out 13 assists. Scored a team high
64 goals and 77 points. Also netted three
game-winning goals. Led the team with four points in
Northeast-10 Tournament play. Netted six goals, including the
game winner, and dished out an assist in the 16-7 win
over St. Michael's (3/18). Recorded eight goals, including
the game winner and two assists in 19-13 win over Assumption
(3/26). Scored four goals, including the game
winner, and three assists in 17-14 win at Keene
(3/30). Netted six goals and dished out three assists in
18-12 win at Norwich (4/13). Recorded eight goals in 17-11
win at American International (4/21).
As a Freshman in 2008:
Northeast-10 Conference Freshman of the Year.
Started all 16 matches in her first season with the Ravens. Set new
school single-season records and led the Northeast-10 with 73 goals
and 87 points while adding a school-record 14 assists in the
regular season. Finished the regular season third in the nation in
goals per game (4.56/gm) and sixth in total points. Two-time NE-10
Freshman of the Week (3/31, 4/28). Scored three goals in her first
collegiate game against SUNY-Geneseo (3/16). Recorded seven goals
and eight points in a 15-10 win over Southern Connecticut (3/18).
Scored six times against Southern New Hampshire (3/25). Had five
goals and three assists against Southern Connecticut (4/5), then
tied for third on the school's single-game list with eight goals
and nine points versus Saint Anselm (4/8). Had another eight-point
game (six goals, two assists) the next time out in a win over
Norwich (4/10). Scored three goals versus No. 1 C.W. Post to set
the school's single-season points mark (4/19), then broke the
program single-season goals mark with five tallies against Bentley
Before Franklin Pierce: A 2007 graduate of North Quincy High School, alongside Raven classmate Jillian Benn. Played four varsity seasons of soccer and lacrosse and three varsity seasons of basketball at North Quincy. In lacrosse, captained the team for three seasons and was a three-time Atlantic Coast League All-Star and Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic selection. Also named a Boston Herald All-Scholastic on one occasion. Was a two-time ACL All-Star and ACL Tournament MVP in basketball while captaining the team as a senior. On the soccer field, left as the fourth leading scorer in school history.
Personal: Daughter of Tim and Susan Stille of Quincy, Mass. Has one sister, Mary Kate, and two brothers, Timmy and Michael. Her favorite sports team is the Boston Red Sox. Majoring in business at Franklin Pierce.