|| Midori Uehara
Second Team All-NorPac honoree ... NFHCA All-Academic selection ... one of five players to start all 22 games ... ranked third on the team in goals (12), fourth in points (27) and fifth in shots (40) ... notched three game-winning goals ... tallied three multi-goal games ... contributed a hat trick against Temple on Oct. 2, taking only four shot attempts to accomplish the feat ... also tallied two other multi-goal games: at LaSalle on Oct. 3 (two goals, six shots) and against UC Davis on Oct. 17 (two goals and career-high seven shots) ... chipped in with one goal and one assist against Longwood on Nov. 6.
2008: Second Team All-NorPac honoree ... NFHCA All-Academic selection ... appeared in 20 contests, making 12 starts ... continued to emerge as one of Stanford's elite players, leading the club in goals (11) and points (22) while ranking fourth in shots (26) ... notched two game-winning goals ... produced one of the best offensive performances in program history when she scored four goals on four shots in a win over Pacific on Sept. 27, becoming the first Stanford player to score at least four goals in a match since at least 1998 ... enjoyed another multi-goal game against Davidson on Nov. 6, scoring twice while taking a season-high six shots ... 10 of her 11 goals came against NorPac opponents ... started seven of the season's last eight games.
2007: NFHCA All-Academic selection ... played in 15 contests, making six starts ... totaled seven points (three goals, one assist) ... ripped off 12 shot attempts ... recorded her first career shot against Northwestern on Oct. 13 ... scored her first career goal against Louisville on Oct. 19 ... made her first career start and added her second goal of the year on Oct. 20 against Georgetown ... two days later, scored another goal and tallied two shots at Indiana ... blasted four shots and chipped in with an assist against Appalachian State on Nov. 1.
2006: NFHCA All-Academic honoree ... participated in one game, coming off the bench during a 5-1 victory over Columbia on Sept. 3.
High School: A two-time All-State selection (2004, 2005) ... three-time All-League selection ... during the 2005 season, won the Golden Dozen Award, was Con-Edison Athlete of the Week ... gained All-Tournament honors at the 2004 New York state tournament ... 2006 AP Chemistry Award winner ... Penn Monto Academic All-American ... National Merit Scholar ... Valedictorian ... The Bausch & Lomb Science Award winner (2005) ... hobbies include photography, soccer and fencing.
Other Field Hockey: Played on the gold medal 2005 Empire State field hockey team.
Personal: Parents are Hiroshi Uehara and Gertrude Pfaffenbach.
Nickname: Meacho, Meed/Mid, Potato
If I could bring anything to Stanford from my hometown, it would be: My cat
I grew up thinking I was going to be a: Writer
Best book I have ever read: Winesburg, Ohio
Favorite Food: Gummy candies
My favorite movie: Forrest Gump
If I could invite three people to dinner in history, they would be: Abraham Lincoln, Cleopatra, Galileo
I'm afraid of: Spiders