Women's Soccer



    1 Stacey Van Boxmeer  
    Stacey Van Boxmeer

    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    Collingwood, Ont., Canada

    High School:
    Collingwood Collegiate

    Height:
    5-8

    Position:
    Goalkeeper


    Sophomore Year (2005)
    Played in 13 games for the Hoosiers with nine starts...shared goalie responsibilities with senior Lauren Fabbro...recorded a 1-6-1 record in goal...faced 111 shots and allowed 17 goals...registered a 2.03 GAA...collected 41 saves...posted 753:25 total minutes for IU in 2005.

    Redshirt Year (2004)
    Redshirted to play with Canada's U-19 National Team at the 2004 FIFA U-19 World Cup Championships.

    Freshman Year (2003)
    One of the top freshman goalies in the conference...played in a total of 13 games, starting in six of them...saw action in seven of the Hoosiers' 10 Big Ten contests...earned two shutouts, against No. 11 Ohio State on 9/26 and Army on 9/7...had a GAA of 0.95 overall, including 0.90 in conference play...recorded 31 saves during the season...sported a 5-5-1 record...shared six shutouts in goal with teammate Shaunna Daugherty...was an All-Big Ten candidate.

    Prep/Personal
    A member of Canada's Under-19 national team, coached by Ian Bridge and Shel Brodsgaard...was an integral part of the defense as she helped her Ontario Provincial Team to 2000 and 2002 national championships...played keeper for the U-15 and U-16 national youth development teams while she was a keeper on the U-17 Canadian national squad...was a member of the basketball, volleyball and soccer teams for each of her four years in high school at Collingwood Collegiate Institute...was also the captain of her club team, the Collingwood Comets, who were the Central Girls Soccer League champions in 2000, 2001 and 2002...parents are Maxine and Peter Van Boxmeer.

    Major: Criminal Justice
    Birthday: May 10, 1985

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