Coco Stanwick
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Coco  Stanwick

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Notre Dame Prep

Height:
5-6

Position:
A


Extremely skilled attacker with an awareness and understanding of the game that is unrivaled ... Quality decision maker and accomplished finisher ... Successful with and without the ball ... Work ethic combined with skills makes her an excellent leader ... Returns as the leader on the offensive end.

2007 Senior: Tri-captain

2006 Junior: Co-captain ... Named a finalist for the Tewaaraton Trophy ... Named IWLCA All-America First Team for the second straight season ... Set a new NCAA single-season record with 113 draw controls and ranked second in the nation with 6.27 draws per game ... Named All-BIG EAST First Team ... Led the Hoyas with 60 goals and 73 points ... Collected a team-best 44 ground balls ... Named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week three times ... Scored at least three goals 14 times ... Had double-figure draw controls two times ... Converted 12 of 21 free position shots ... Named BIG EAST Academic All-Star ... Named to IWLCA Academic Honor Roll.

2005 Sophomore: Candidate for the 2005 Tewaaraton Trophy ... Named IWLCA/US Lacrosse All-America First Team ... Named IWLCA Regional All-America First Team ... Named BIG EAST Attacker of the Year ... Named All-BIG EAST First Team ... Named BIG EAST Player of the Week four times ... Named Team Co-MVP ... Led the team and was tied for third in the nation with 59 goals ... Tied for seventh in the nation with 4.3 points per game (79 pts) ... Ranked eighth in the nation with 3.2 goals per game ... Led the BIG EAST in goals and ranked second in the league with 20 assists ... Ranked second on the team with 42 ground balls ...Scored a goal in all 18 of the Hoyas' games ... Posted the school's third-best single-season goal output and fourth-best single-season point total...

2004 Freshman: Led the team in assists with 28...second on the team in points with 45...added 17 goals...picked up 37 ground balls while tallying five caused turnovers and one draw control...in first collegiate game notched a team season high five assists against Cornell...started all 18 games for the Hoyas...

Prior to Georgetown: Chosen to represent the United States in the 2003 U-19 World Championship...named U.S. Team Captain and scored 21 goals and had 13 assists over the span of seven games against International competition...U.S. Team was undefeated en route to the championship...2003 All-American selection...two-time Honorable Mention All-American...part of the Mid-Atlantic I Team that won the 2002 National Tournament Championship...selected to The Baltimore Sun All-Metro and All City/County teams, as well as the Towson Times and Baltimore Messenger First Teams in 2001, 2002 and 2003...IAAM All-Star...had five goals and eight assists to lead Notre Dame Prep to the championship of the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference Tournament...follows her sisters, Sheehan (Ô01) and Wick (Ô03), to Georgetown.

Stanwick's Career Statistics

Year

GP

GS

Shots

Goals

Asts.

Pts.

Draws

GB

CT

2004

18

18

49

17

28

45

1

37

5

2005

18

18

94

59

20

79

5

42

7

2006

18

18

93

60

13

73

113

44

12

Totals

54

54

236

136

61

197

113

123

24

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1:00 PM
Delaware
Newark, Del.
February 15
3:00 PM
George Washington
Washington, D.C.
February 18
1:00 PM
Maryland
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February 22
4:00 PM
Towson
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March 1
5:00 PM
Johns Hopkins
Baltimore, Md.
March 4
3:00 PM
George Mason
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March 11
1:00 PM
Penn
Philadelphia, Pa.
March 18
1:00 PM
Butler
Indianapolis, Ind.
March 22
7:00 PM
Loyola Maryland
Baltimore, Md.
March 25
1:00 PM
Uconn
Storrs, Conn.
April 1
1:00 PM
Temple
Cooper Field
April 5
7:00 PM
Villanova
Villanova, Pa.
April 8
1:00 PM
Vanderbilt
Cooper Field
April 12
2:00 PM
Cincinnati
Cooper Field
April 15
2:00 PM
Marquette
Milwaukee, Wis.