|| Xanthe Travlos
NFHCA Second Team All-American ... NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipient ... NFHCA All-West Region First Team ... NorPac Player of the Year (West Division) ... First Team All-NorPac honoree ... NorPac All-Tournament Team selection ... participated in NFHCA Senior All-Star Game ... ranked second on team in goals (8), points (22) and shots (64) ... also tallied six assists ... chipped in with five shots in a loss to Michigan State on Sept. 6 ... led team with six shot attempts on Oct. 18 against Northeastern ... matched career-high total of nine shots, also tallying one goal and one assist against Pacific on Oct. 24 ... finished with seven shots and two goals against Appalachian State on Nov. 4 in the NorPac Tournament ... assisted Stanford's lone goal in an NCAA Tournament loss at North Carolina on Nov. 13.
2009: NFHCA Second Team All-American, becoming the 13th player in school history to earn the sport's highest national honor and first since 1998 ... NFHCA All-West Region First Team ... NorPac Player of the Year (West Division) ... First Team All-NorPac honoree ... NorPac Tournament MVP, finishing with six goals, 13 points and 19 shots over three games ... NFHCA All-Academic selection ... named First Team All-American by WomensFieldHockey.com ... one of five players to start all 22 games ... team leader in goals (17), points (38), shots (70) and shots on goal (52) ... 17 goals were the most for any Stanford player since Sara Hallock found the cage 25 times in 1993 ... notched her second career hat trick on Oct. 17 against UC Davis, scoring three goals on three shots ... collected her third career hat trick on Nov. 5 in a 9-0 win against Appalachian State, scoring three times and matching a career high with nine shots ... her third multi-goal game of the year came against Longwood on Nov. 6, scoring two goals (including one off a penalty stroke) and adding one assist while attempting six shots ... registered at least three shots in a game on 12 occasions ... in Stanford's NCAA Play-In victory at Boston University on Nov. 10, chipped in with one goal and one assist ... scored her only game-winning goal of the year on Sept. 10 against Northwestern.
2008: NFHCA All-West Region Second Team ... First Team All-NorPac honoree ... NorPac All-Tournament Team ... NFHCA All-Academic selection ... appeared in 17 games, making 15 starts ... third on the team in goals (6) and second in shot attempts (40) ... also tallied four assists for a total of 16 points ... trailing 1-0 with only four minutes remaining in regulation against California on Nov. 8, converted on Stanford's first successful penalty stroke attempt in three years ... fired off a season-best five shots against Davidson on Oct. 14, also contributing one goal and one assist for five points ... against Princeton on Nov. 11 in an NCAA Play-In game, scored one goal and took shots ... also found the cage against Central Michigan (Sept. 7), Longwood (Sept. 21) and Holy Cross (Oct. 6).
2007: NFHCA All-West Region First Team ... named to the All-Rookie squad by WomensFieldHockey.com ... First Team All-NorPac ... NorPac All-Tournament selection ... NFHCA All-Academic honoree ...one of five players to start all 21 games ... led team in shots (71) and game-winning goals (5) ... finished second on the club in goals scored (9), points (23) and assists (5) ... most notable game-winning goal came in Stanford's 1-0 victory over Lock Haven in the NCAA play-in game that secured an NCAA Tournament berth ... tallied at least three shots in a game on 14 different occasions ... scored her first career goal against Missouri State on Sept. 1 to go along with five shots ... chipped in with a pair of assists versus Pacific on Sept. 2 ... against Appalachian State on Sept. 9, fired off a career-high nine shots while adding a goal and an assist ... enjoyed her most impressive offensive performance of the year when she scored three goals off seven shots in a rout of Georgetown on Oct. 20 ... one of the Cardinal's hottest players at the NorPac Tournament, contributing two goals and 12 shot attempts over the three-game stretch ... made her collegiate debut when she earned the start against Boston College on Aug. 25 in the season opener.
Other Field Hockey: Represented England's U21 team at the 2008 EuroHockey Junior Nations Championships ... played for the England U18 National Team for two seasons, leading her teams to two gold medals in the 4 Nations Tournament ... in 2006, named 4 Nations Tournament MVP ... England U16 team captain ... youngest member of the England U21 training squad for the most recent World Cup ... captured gold medal as a member of the Great Britain U21 squad at the Youth Olympics in Australia ... played for the Fyffes Leicester Ladies Hockey Club, which plays in the National Premier league ... claimed the National league title as well as the National Club Cup with Leicester.
Personal: Parents are John and Candi Travlos.
My most prized possession is: My music collection
If I could bring anything to Stanford from my hometown, it would be: The Queen!
In my off-time, I'm most likely to be found: Eating and sleeping, or sleeping and eating, then eating and sleeping
I'm most thankful for: The California weather
Favorite movies: Garden State, Finding Nemo
My parents were right when they told me: I was not going to grow any taller
Favorite midnight snack: cereal with ice cold milk
Favorite vacation spot: The little Greek Island (Ithaka) where my grandparents live