|| Emily Zander
Has a 2.13 career GAA and a 12-16 record with 170 career saves in 43 games and 34 starts. Two-time NFHCA All-Academic.
As a Senior in 2003: Ranks third in the NorPac in saves per game (7.13) and fourth in total saves with a career-high 107 ... Picked up a career-high 24 saves versus Old Dominion (9/7) and has twice had 12 saves in a contest ... Has played in 15 games with 13 starts in 907:38 minutes of action.
As a Junior in 2002: Played in 20 games, all starts, and 934:17 minutes. Recorded an 8-7 record and took part in all six Stanford shutouts while splitting time in the net. Had a season-high eight of her 50 saves versus Kent State (9/15). Posted a 1.65 GAA, second among regular NorPac goalkeepers. Named NFHCA All-Academic.
As a Sophomore in 2001: Played in a pair of games and recorded shutouts in both contests, including her first career start at Indiana (9/7). Credited with the victory in a 1-0 penalty stroke win over Indiana (9/7) after playing all 70 regulation minutes. Totaled 88:10 minutes for the season without giving up a goal. Recorded three saves and posted a 1.000 save percentage. Named NFHCA All-Academic.
As a Freshman in 2000: Played in six games, coming up with 10 saves and allowing just one goal for an 0.66 GAA. Credited with five shutouts, all while sharing goalkeeper duties with Rebecca Shapiro. Picked up 10 saves and recorded a .909 save percentage.
High School: 2000 graduate of Monta Vista High School (alma mater of former Stanford head coach Sheryl Johnson), Cupertino, CA. Named the team's Most Valuable Defensive Player all four years. Named First Team and Honorable Mention by the San Jose Mercury News in 1998 and 1999, respectively.
Other Amateur Field Hockey: 1998 Junior Olympian. USFHA National Futures participant (1997-99) and National Futures Tournament selectee (1998). Won a Junior Olympics bronze medal in 1998.
Personal: Human Biology major. Daughter of Andrew and Sandie Zander. Father was the captain of the wrestling team at Illinois as a collegiate student-athlete.
Coaching Staff on Zander: "Emily has worked very hard to become an excellent goalkeeeper. She gained some wonderful experience last season, and we know she is ready to have a great senior year."