Women's Soccer

    0 Sarah Stone  
    Sarah  Stone

    RS Senior

    Evansville, Ind.

    High School:





    Women's Soccer Academic All-Big Ten Announced

    The Hoosiers had 14 honorees, which is tied for 4th-most among conference teams


    Kayla Smith Named B1G Co-Freshman of the Week

    It's the first weekly award for the Green Lane, Pa., native


    Indiana Closes Season With 2-0 Win Over MSU

    Kayla Smith and Abby Smith scored the goals for the Hoosiers


    Hoosiers Host Michigan State On Senior Day

    The six seniors on the women's soccer team will be recognized prior to the game


    Hoosiers Win Third Straight Over Purdue

    Veronica Ellis' game-winning goal in the 49th minute was the difference; Sarah Stone made nine saves


    An inside look at the goalkeepers and their training

    Get an inside look at what assistant coach/goalkeeper coach Sergio Gonzalez does to train the IUWS Goalkeepers


    A look at the strategies involved on team photo day

    A look at the different strategies employed by the players on team photo day


    Highlights from the 2013 season

    Highlights from the 2013 season


    The redshirt freshman goalkeeper talks about getting her first start.

    The redshirt freshman goalkeeper talks about getting her first start.


    14, Women's Soccer, vs. George Mason (at OSU), 09/05/14

    Indiana vs. George Mason (at Ohio State). The Hoosiers won, 4-1

    2015 (Redshirt Senior)
    • Has 8 career shutouts entering the year (7th in school history)
    • Has a 1.50 career goals against average entering the season (8th in school history)
    • Has 108 career saves entering the season (9th in school history)
    • Has 9 career wins entering the year (T9th in school history)

    2014 (Redshirt Junior)
    Started in 18 games, opening the season with a shutout against Indiana State ... had five total shutouts this season, which is tied for ninth-most in a single-season in IU history ... recorded a save percentage of .742 and totaled 69 saves for the season ... made 57 saves in Big Ten play, the second-most in a season in IU history ... finished with a 1.32 goals against average ... registered nine saves at Northwestern and Purdue ... finished the season with two consecutive shutouts against Purdue and Michigan State ... ranked 7th in the Big Ten overall statistics for total saves and saves per game ... ranked 9th in the Big Ten overall statistics for shutouts and shutouts per game ... ranked 3rd in the conference for saves and 4th for saves per game ... finished 8th in the conference for shutouts and shutouts per game ... named Academic All-Big Ten.

    2013 (Redshirt Sophomore)
    Did not see any game action.

    2012 (Redshirt Freshman)
    • Two-time Big Ten Freshman of the Week (Oct. 1, Oct. 15)
    • Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 1)

    Played in 11 games, making seven starts ... posted three solo shutouts and combined on two others ... had a goals against average of 1.95 and a .736 save percentage ... totaled 39 saves on the season ... named Big Ten Freshman of the Week on two occasions (Oct. 1 and Oct. 15) ... also earned Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 1 ... made her first appearance of the season in the season opener against Arkansas State, a 3-0 IU victory ... recorded one save against Missouri State ... tallied a save against Pepperdine ... made her first collegiate start in a win against Northwestern, making six saves in a 1-0 IU victory ... made 12 saves against Penn State ... had four saves in a victory against Purdue ... registered four saves in a win at Michigan State ... accounted for seven saves in a 2-0 win over Minnesota ... made one save in the season finale against Ohio State ... named Academic All-Big Ten.

    2011 (Freshman)

    Stone played goalkeeper at Evansville Memorial High School where she started 82 out of 84 games played and recorded 50 shutouts ... was awarded team captain, the Top Team Player Award and the Kiwanis Award during her senior season ... named First Team All-City and First Team All-Conference each year as well as being named to First Team All-State her junior and senior seasons ... led the team to four consecutive city championships and conference championships ... during her senior year, the team was ranked 1st in Indiana and 5th in the nation while working towards an undefeated regular season ... also served as team captain in basketball ... as a member of the Futbol Club of Evansville, she was a five-year starting goalkeeper ... the daughter of Tom and Diane Stone ... has a brother, Patrick, and a sister, Lainie ... majoring in psychology.



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