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  Kerry Stoothoff
Kerry Stoothoff

Hometown:
Blue Point, N.Y.

High School:
Bayport-Blue Point

Height:
5-8

Position:
Volunteer Assistant Coach


05/13/2012

Loyola Women's Lacrosse vs. Penn - NCAA First Round

Loyola women's lacrosse defeated Penn, 10-9, in overtime in the 2012 NCAA First Round.

05/05/2012

2012 BIG EAST Title Game

2012 BIG EAST Title Game: No. 12 Loyola at No. 2 Syracuse in the Carrier Dome

05/03/2012

BIG EAST Championship Semifinal - Loyola vs. Notre Dame

The Loyola University Maryland women's lacrosse team defeated Notre Dame, 11-9, in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship.

Kerry Stoothoff

Worth Noting
• Preseason All-BIG EAST ('12)
• Named to Tewaaraton Award Watch List ('12)
• BIG EAST Championship Most Outstanding Player ('11)

2011 (Junior)
• Named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team
• BIG EAST Championships Most Outstanding Player
• Had 10 saves in the title game against Notre Dame
• Four-time BIG EAST Player of the Week (3/9, 3/14, 3/28, 4/5)
• Made 12 saves and picked up five ground balls against Cornell
• Allowed just two goals in 60 minutes at Towson Team co-captain
• Saved a season-high 14 shots at Rutgers and picked up a career-best six ground balls
• Ranked 18th nationally in goals against average (9.09)
• Second in the BIG EAST in goals against average and save percentage
• Recorded 100th career ground ball in BIG EAST Championship game, scooping up three

2010 (Sophomore)
• Started all 18 games in net for the Greyhounds, recording 153 saves, while accumulating a 9.47 goals-against-average and .497 save percentage
• Her GAA and save percentage both ranked third in the BIG EAST
• Named the team's Most Valuable Player
• Made 10 or more saves in seven games
• Nearly doubled her ground balls total with 37 on the year
• Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll twice
• Named the WomensLacrosse.com National Defender of the Week after stopping a career-high 15 saves in an upset road victory over Virginia (2/20)
• Upped her career-high in saves the following game with 16 stops, while allowing just four goals in a road victory at UMBC (2/23)
• Also recorded a then career-high five ground balls against the Retrievers
• Played all 66 minutes in an overtime contest at Denver, stopping six shots
• Stopped 10 shots in just over 49 minutes of playing time against Towson (3/6)
• Allowed nine or less goals in six straight games, all Loyola victories from March 9 to April 3
• Recorded back-to-back games with over 10 saves against Notre Dame (4/5) and at Louisville (4/9)
• Appeared in the cage for a career-high 67 minutes and 54 seconds in a double overtime loss in the regular-season finale at Georgetown (4/28)
• Also picked a pair of ground balls and caused two turnovers against the Hoyas
• Stopped 13 shots, including a BIG EAST Championship record 10 in the first half of the conference semifinals (5/6)
• Also established her career-high with six ground balls

2009 (Freshman)
• Excellent first year in goal for the Greyhounds, creating a formidable tandem with Meg Steffe between the pipes
• Played just under 490 minted and had a .472 save percentage to go with a 10.53 goals against average
• Saw action in 16 games, starting five
• Made four saves in her collegiate debut, starting near her Long Island hometown at Stony Brook (2/18)
• Made eight saves in the second half against Cornell (3/18)
• Helped Loyola to a one-goal win over James Madison (3/21) with five saves against the Dukes
• Made five saves against just two goals versus Connecticut (4/3)
• Had 10 saves against Syracuse (4/5)
• Played all 60 minutes and recorded career-highs of 11 saves, three ground balls and three caused turnovers at Princeton (4/29)

Kerry Stoothoff2High School
• Earned 13 letters - five in soccer, four in lacrosse and four in basketball - at Bayport-Blue Point High School Bayport, N.Y.
• Was the captain of all three teams during her basketball, lacrosse and soccer teams
• Five-time Most Valuable Player of her teams, earning the award twice in basketball and lacrosse and once in soccer
• Earned All-Suffolk County First Team honors in lacrosse as a junior and senior
• Led the county in saves and saves percentage her final year
• Member of the New York State National School Girls Tournament team in 2007
• Picked up All-Conference honors as a soccer goalkeeper following her junior and senior years
• Helped the Phantoms win the Suffolk County and Long Island titles as a senior
• All-League guard in basketball all four years
• Played ice hockey for the Suffolk PAL Team
• Officer in the student government

Personal
• Kerry L. Stoothoff
• Daughter of Barbara and the late Tom Stoothoff
• Has two older brothers, Bryan and Brent
• Brent played lacrosse at Bryant University
• Majoring in elementary education

Stoothoff's Career Statistics

YEAR GP GS G A PTS SH SOG GW FPG GB DC TO CT
2009 16 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 3 6
2010 18 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 0 7 9
2011 20 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 0 17 20
TOTAL 34 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 101 0 27 35
YEAR GP GS MIN GA SV GAA SV%
2009 16 5 489:55 86 77 10.53 .472
2010 18 18 982:24 155 153 9.47 .497
2011 20 19 1056:28 160 139 9.09 .465
TOTAL 34 23 1472:19 401 369 9.52 .479