Stephanie Zare
Stephanie  Zare


Lake Bluff, Ill.

High School:
Lake Forest



Nolan on Zare - "Stephanie will probably play in a more attacking role for us this year. She is very skillful and has great composure around the box in attacking positions. On set pieces she is also a huge threat and I expect her to emerge as a dominant player in our conference this year."

2007 - Started every game for the Hoyas and finished tied for third on the team in goals (5) and tied for second in assists (5)... Third on the team in points with 15... Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll... Had season-highs of three points in wins over Stony Brook and South Florida while assisting on the game-winner in each... Scored first collegiate goal in a win over George Washington and followed that with tallies against BIG EAST foes Rutgers and Pittsburgh... Set up the winning goals against American and Seton Hall and picked up an assist against eventual league champion West Virginia

2006 - The lone returning field player that started all 19 games last season for the Hoyas... Recorded her first collegiate point on an assist in the Hoyas win over cross-town rival George Washington... Was a member of the 2006 D.C. Invitational All-Tournament Team.

2005 - Medical redshirt

Prior to Georgetown - An IHSSCA All-State selection and all-conference pick at Lake Forest High School ... Named a Chicago Sun Times Top High School Player ... Captain of the Illinois Eclipse Select 87 team, who were nationally ranked, Region II Champions, and a National Semi-Finalist in 2003.

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