|| Stephanie Doiron
Key contributor to the Terrapins' defensive and serving rotations ... ranked first at Maryland for digs in a single-season (546) ... named to the All-ACC Academic Volleyball Team (2005) ... versatile and all-around athlete, which made her competitive for playing time as both outside hitter or in the back row.
AS A JUNIOR (2004)
Appeared in 22 matches and 48 games ... started at libero against Kansas State in the first match of the year (Sept. 3) and tallied nine digs ... notched 13 digs against Houston later that day at the Cougars' tournament ... had a great match against Ball State at the Nebraska Invitational (Sept. 10), setting a career-high with 19 digs ... had six digs against the No. 2-ranked Huskers on Sept. 12 ... reached double digits for kills against Duke (Oct. 23), posting 10 ... had three kills and seven digs vs. Virginia Tech (Oct. 29) ... had six digs at Miami (Nov. 5).
AS A SOPHOMORE
Played in 26 games and 16 matches, including 15 games in ACC play ... hit .308 for the year with just two errors on 13 attempts ... played in her first career NCAA Tournament match vs. Colorado State (Dec. 6) ... had six digs vs. Clemson (Nov. 22) in the semifinals of the ACC Tournament ... recorded two aces and five digs against George Mason (Sept. 16) ... notched a season-high three kills vs. Florida Atlantic (Sept. 6).
AS A FRESHMAN (2002)
Appeared in 80 games for the Terps, including 40 in ACC play ... averaged almost a dig per game with 77 total ... had 13 service aces on the season, one of just five Terps to reach double figures in the category ... had 10 digs in her first career match vs. George Washington (Aug. 30).
Graduated from F.J. Brennan Catholic High School in 2002 ... helped lead her team to a 31-5 record as a senior ... was named first team all-league in each of her final three prep seasons ... captained both her high school team and Riverside Volleyball Club team as a senior and Northshore Volleyball Club team as a junior ... played on the 2001 Ontario Women's Provincial team that won the silver medal at the Canada Games ... a member of the Canadian Youth National Volleyball team as a sophomore in 2000 ... also participated in track and field, throwing the javelin over 131 feet ... broke the javelin record at the Kennedy Relays and placed second in the Windsor City Championships and third in Southwest Ontario ... also played basketball and was named F.J. Brennan's Senior Athlete of the Year ... nominee for the Royal Arcanum Award, honoring the athlete of the year at all Windsor schools ... a three-year honor roll student in high school who won awards for science, geography, French, physical education and math ... won a bronze medal and merit award at the 2001 Windsor Regional Science Fair.
Daughter of Maurice and Grace Doiron ... has one sister, Angie ... also recruited by Georgia State and UC Riverside ... chose Maryland because of its friendly atmosphere and quality academics ... a kinesiology major.