|| Noor Dawood
Finished her career with 40 points on 16 goals and eight assists ... Played in 82 games with 74 starts ... Two-time All-NorPac Championship and NFHCA All-Academic selection.
As a Senior in 2003: Co-led the team with a pair of game-winning goals, including one in the season-ending double overtime win over Southwest Missouri State (11/8) to give the Cardinal a 2-1 victory third-place at the NorPac Championship ... Stanford's only selection to the 2003 NorPac Championship All-Tournament team ... Ranked tied for third on the team in goals (4) and points (9) ... Also had a game-winning goal in a 3-2 win at Virginia Commonwealth (9/5), scoring with just 0:01 remaining ... Ranked third on the team with 27 shot attempts ... Started all 19 games.
As a Junior in 2002: Led the team with four game-winning goals, while ranking tied for third with 16 points on six goals and four assists ... Started all 21 games ... Scored a dramatic game-winner in a 1-0 overtime win in the season-opener versus Ohio State (8/31) ... Also had game-winners versus Rutgers (9/3), Albany (9/5) and in the NorPac Tournament semifinals versus Radford (11/8) ... Named NorPac All-Tournament and NFHCA All-Academic.
As a Sophomore in 2001: Scored four points (two goals) in 19 games and 12 starts ... Named NFHCA All-Academic.
As a Freshman in 2000: Had a productive rookie collegiate season with 11 points (four goals, three assists) ... Played in 23 games with 22 starts ... Scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over Penn (10/14) ... Had a goal and an assist in 5-2 win over Pacific (10/28).
High School: 2000 graduate of Western Reserve Academy, Hudson, OH ... A two-time All-State player ... Team captain and league MVP ... Also was a two-time All-American in lacrosse (1999, 2000).
Stanford Lacrosse: Played two seasons (2002-03) on the Stanford lacrosse team.
Other Amateur Field Hockey: Junior Olympian in 1998 ... Four-year participant in the USFHA Futures program and the National Futures Tourney.
Personal: Psychology major ... Daughter of Adnan and Najwa Dawood ... Sister, Neda, played field hockey and lacrosse at Johns Hopkins ... Brother, Omar, participated in crew at Penn.
Coaching Staff on Dawood: "Noor's speed combined with her outstanding ball control will make her an offensive leader this year."