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#19 Stephanie Martin
Position: Midfielder
Height: 5'5"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Chesterfield Township, Mich.
High School: Regina HS
Major: Health Fitness (3.26)
Stephanie Martin
Courtesy: CMU Athletic Communications
Release: 12/14/2009

CMU’s all-time leader in goals (26) and points (69), second on the career list with 17 assists.

2009:
First-team All-MAC selection … played in 18 matches off the bench at midfield, including two starts in the NCAA tournament… finished with five points on a goal and three assists … led the team with 54 shots, 17 of which were on goal … tallied an assist in the MAC opener at Ohio (9/25) … launched a season-high eight shots at Akron … broke the school’s career-points record with the game-winning goal against Kent State (10/2) … added an assist against Ball State (10/9) … assisted on the match’s only goal against Bowling Green (10/23) to help the Chippewas win their first regular season MAC championship.

2008: First team All-MAC honoree ... Academic All-MAC selection ... NSCAA/adidas All-Great Lakes Region choice ... started all 20 matches ... led the MAC with 97 shots (4.85 per match), 20 more than the second highest total ... finished second on the team and tied for fourth in the conference with 20 points (eight goals and four assists) ... tallied four game-winning goals to lead the team ... scored in three straight contests to open the season – at Detroit (8/22), at Oklahoma (8/29) and at Oakland (8/31) ... game-winners came at Oklahoma, at Oakland, vs. Cornell (9/7) and home against Miami (9/28) ... picked up national recognition for her performance against Oklahoma and Oakland, being named to the weekly all-star teams for Soccer Buzz and Top Drawer Soccer while earning MAC Player of the Week honors ... scored in the regular season finale against Eastern Michigan (10/30) to become CMU’s all-time leading goal scorer (25 career goals) and finished the season with 64 career points (second in school history).

2007:
First team All-MAC selection ... Academic All-MAC choice ... appeared in 18 games, starting 17 ... team’s top offensive weapon, leading the team in goals (eight), assists (six) and points (22) ... point and goal total ranked second in the MAC ... assist total ranked fourth leaguewide  ... fired a MAC-best 87 shots ... four of her eight tallies were game-winners, tied for the MAC lead ... assisted on the game-winner and scored an unassisted goal in the season opener against Elon (8/31) ... added another tally and two assists against IPFW (9/9) ... posted the game-winner and assisted on an insurance marker against Niagara (9/16) ... scored in back-to-back games against Miami (9/30) and Bowling Green (10/5) ... the tally against BGSU came in the second overtime ... added an insurance tally against Akron (10/14) ... drilled another double-overtime game-winner against Kent State ... capped the season with the winner against Eastern Michigan in the season finale (11/1).

2006: MAC Freshman of the Year ... played in all 19 matches, starting four times ... led the team with nine goals, 22 points and 72 shots ... also had four assists ... six of her tallies were match-winners ... tied for the MAC lead in goals and was second in the league in points scored ... picked up an assist in her first collegiate match, a 3-2 win at Michigan State (8/25) ... scored her first career goal in a 1-0 win over Detroit (9/1) ... had both of CMU’s tallies in a 2-1 win at Nebraska (9/15) ... picked up national recognition after her performance at Nebraska, being named to the weekly all-star teams for Soccer America, Soccer Buzz and Top Drawer Soccer while also being named MAC Player of the Week ... in MAC play, scored six goals and had three assists ... tallied goals in three straight matches  -- at Kent State (9/29), at Buffalo (10/1) and at Ball State (10/6) ... scored twice in a 3-1 win at Bowling Green (10/20) ... delivered the only goal in a 1-0 win over Eastern Michigan (10/26) ... first team All-MAC selection ... named to the Soccer Buzz Great Lakes Region All-Freshman team.

High School:
Four-year varsity letterwinner as a starter for Regina HS ... first team all-state as a senior ... served as captain and named team MVP in senior season ... also named all-league, all-district and all-region ... earned all-league honorable mention and led her team in both goals and assists as a junior ... team won regional championship and advanced to the state semifinals for the first time in school history in 2005 ... starter for Michigan Hawks club soccer program with CMU teammates Jenna Hill and Shay Mannino ... Hawks won the Midwest Regional League Championship in Fall 2005.  

Personal:
Full name is Stephanie Joy Martin ... born on Sept. 18, 1988 ... parents are Roy and Laura Martin ... health fitness major ... carries a 3.20 GPA.

Season GP Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att
2006 19 9 4 22 72 .125 26 .361 6 0-0
2007 18 8 6 22 87 .092 43 .494 4 0-0
2008 20 8 4 20 97 .082 50 .515 4 0-0
2009 18 1 3 5 54 .019 17 .315 1 0-0
TOTAL 75 26 17 69 310 .084 136 .439 15 0-0