Pensky's Take: "Stephanie will hopefully be pain-free this fall. She is heading into her final fall with big goals and aspirations. She can give this team a real spark when healthy and fit - we all pray that will be the case!"
As a junior (2006): Earned her first collegiate start, helping the defense to a 0-0 shutout of Eastern Kentucky (8/31) ... missed the final 15 games of the season with a knee injury ... awarded a medical redshirt.
As a sophomore (2006): Came off the bench to help defeat No. 10 Tennessee (8/25), 1-0, at Penn State Classic ... saw her most significant playing time in 6-0 rout of UMBC (9/4) ... took two shots against the Retrievers ... saw action in 2-0 win over Stony Brook (9/15).
As a freshman at Rutgers (2005): Played in 15 games for the Scarlet Knights ... scored her first career goal in Rutgers' season opening 6-0 win over Temple (8/26) ... totaled five shots on the season.
Before College: Two-time New Jersey Girls Soccer Coaches Association (NJGSCA) all-state selection at Immaculate Heart ... 33 points (12 goals, 9 assists) as a senior, leading the Blue Eagles to a 13-4-1 record and the state semifinals ... first team all-Bergen County and all-league as a senior season ... first-team all-league and second-team all-county as a junior ... 20 goals along with eight assists as a junior, and Immaculate Heart posted a 20-2 record, advancing to the county semifinals and state final while earning a top-10 national ranking ... totaled 37 goals and 25 assists during her high school career.
Personal: Daughter of Frank and Claire MacCormack ... father played major league baseball for the Detroit Tigers and Seattle Mariners ... sister of Frank and Kelly ... member of the National Honor Society ... majoring in cell biology and genetics.