|22 Stephanie Svoboda
Notes: Although only a junior, ranks 4th on WCU's all-time career goals chart (15) and 6th on the career points list (34) entering the 2005 season ... Her five game-winning goals also places her tied for 3rd on the career list and 106 shots ranks 6th all time ... Is only one of six different Catamounts to ever earn All-Southern Conference honors (2nd team, 2004).
2004: Earned All-Southern Conference Second Team honors (11/4/04) ... Led the team in scoring with 21 points, including a team - and career - high nine goals ... Scored the season's first goal unassisted 26 minutes into the home opener, a 1-0 victory over Gardner-Webb ... Recorded her second and third-career multi-goal games with two tallies versus Elon (10/1/04) and The Citadel (10/29/04) ... Finished ranked tied for fifth in the SoCon in goals scored (9), 4th in goals per game (0.53), 7th in points per game (1.24), and 9th in shots per game (2.53) ... Was named to the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA) All-American team.
2003: Was a major part of the Catamount offense in 2003 as she started all but two games in her freshman season at forward ... Scored her first collegiate goal in a 4-0 shutout of Elon (9/12/03) ... Had a stellar match versus Youngstown State (9/17/03) in which she netted the game-winning goal just over five minutes into the contest and dished out an assist just nine minutes later for a total of three points in the match ... Recorded the only goal, and consequently the game-winner, versus Coastal Carolina (10/4/03) ... Scored two of the Catamounts' five goals at The Citadel (10/31/03), including the game-winner for her fourth of the season ... One of eight Cats on the Dean's List during the 2003-04 season.
High School: Served as a captain her senior year, netting 30 goals and recording 10 assists ... Three-time selection to the Cleveland News Herald All-Metro first team ... Also a three-time Cleveland Sun Messenger All-Sun Messenger team selection... Two-time Coaches All-Greater Cleveland first team member ... A three-sport athlete who was also the starting kicker on Euclid's boys varsity football team, kicking two game-winning field goals, one as time expired in the game ... Additionally a Cleveland Sun Messenger All-Sun Messenger shortstop in softball as a junior ... Was a member of the National Honor Society.
Club: Played for the Cleveland United Premier and Westside Stars.
Personal: Stephanie Michelle Svoboda ... Daughter of Bob Svoboda and Dolores Milichi ... Majoring in Biology.