Catching Up With Bailey Richardson
2008: NFHCA All-Academic selection ... Second Team All-NorPac honoree ... competed in 17 games, making 15 starts ... scored two goals, against Appalachian State on Sept. 17 and Davidson on Nov. 6 ... dished out five assists, including two against Michigan State on Sept. 3 ... totaled nine points ... attempted 20 shots ... enjoyed her best game of the year against Appalachian State on Sept. 17, finishing with one goal, one assist and matching a season-best with four shots ... also took four shots against Pacific on Oct. 26 ... saw her consecutive career games started streak get snapped at 69 after suffering an injury on Sept. 19 and sitting out the next two contests ... played well at the NorPac Tournament, finishing with one goal, one assist and four shots combined over three starts.
2007: Second Team All-NorPac honoree ... NorPac Tournament MVP ... NFHCA All-Academic selection ... leader of Stanford's backline throughout the year and in the postseason ... one of five players to start all 21 games ... totaled 11 points with three goals and five assists ... ripped off a career-best 31 shots ... factored into the scoring by recording either a goal or assist in three straight games to open the year ... matched a career-best with five shots and dished out an assist against Appalachian State on Nov. 1 ... against Georgetown on Oct. 19, posted her first multi-goal game with two goals and four shot attempts ... also chipped in with four shots against Longwood on Sept. 5 ... added three shots versus Appalachian State on Sept. 9.
2006: Second Team All-NorPac honoree ... All-NorPac Tournament selection ... NFHCA All-Academic recipient ... started all 19 games ... ranked fifth on the squad in shot attempts with 27 ... totaled nine points ... scored her only goal of the year against Appalachian State on Nov. 3 ... ripped off a career-best five shots and dished out an assist in a win over Yale on Sept. 17 ... recorded two assists in a victory over Columbia on Sept. 3 while also taking three shots.
2005: Started all 21 games ... All-NorPac Tournament selection ... NFHCA All-Academic recipient... ranked fifth on the squad with three goals (including one game-winner) and third with two assists to tally eight points ... fourth on the team in shots with 29 ... recorded her first career defensive save against Pacific on Sept. 25 ... against Bucknell on Sept. 13, notched the game-winning goal ... netted her first collegiate goal against Delaware on Aug. 30.
High School: A 2005 graduate of Los Gatos High School ... two-time All-Central Coast Section and All-Bay Valley Athletic League choice ... picked up 38 points and 14 goals and ten assists in her senior year when she served as team captain and was named a West Region All-American ... helped her team to a central Coast Section championship in her sophomore and junior years ... also played basketball and softball in high school.
Amateur Field Hockey: A three-time National Futures Participant (2003-05) and one-time Junior Olympian ... played club hockey with the Quicksilver Cats.
Personal: Parents are Bruce and Lainey Richardson ... major is American Studies.
If I played another sport at Stanford it would be: basketball
My favorite place I have visited is: Fiji
If I could bring anything to Stanford from my hometown, it would be: Sweet Pea's Café
The biggest thrill in my life to date is: Putting on a Stanford uniform for the first time
Best book I have ever read: "Raise the Roof" by Pat Summitt
My parents were right when they told me: To take vitamins
If I could invite three people to dinner, they would be: Jim Carrey, Amy Poehler and Cheri Oteri
Favorite vacation spot: Pyramid Lake, CA
If I had to cook all of my meals, I'd probably survive on: egg whites
Ten years from now I hope to be: living abroad and still playing field hockey