|| Daphne Patterson
Daphne Patterson on being at Stanford: "Being at Stanford means I've been given so many unbelievable opportunities and exposure to people who have achieved so much. It is up to me to apply myself and make the most of my education."
As a Junior in 2007:
Played in 17 games for the Cardinal, starting in 16 of them ... Led the team with 33 goals on the season to go along with eight assists ... Took 71 shots on the season to shoot .465 on the season ... Selected to the MPSF All-Academic squad for the second straight season ... Also collected six ground balls, won one draw control and cause three turnovers ... Score multiple goals in nine games and scored four goals twice in match against UC-Davis (4/24/07) and MPSF Championship game against top-seeded Denver (5/06/07) ... Named to the MPSF All-Tournament Team for the second straight year after scoring seven goals in Stanford's three wins ... Scored three
goals in back-to-back games against highly ranked Duke and Notre Dame (2/18/07 and 2/24/07).
As a Sophomore in 2006: Started all 18 games for the Cardinal as an attacker...finished second on the team in scoring with 41 goals and 10 assists...selected to the MPSF All-Academic squad...finished eighth in the MPSF with 2.28 goals per game and ninth in total points with 51...recorded a .432 shot percentage...also collected 23 ground balls, won four draw controls and caused nine turnovers...scored multiple goals in 12 games and added at least one goal to the Cardinal effort in 17 of 18 matches...recorded second career hat trick at California and went on to record five hat tricks over the course of the season...scored four goals in the Cardinal's overtime battle with No. 17 Notre Dame...also netted four goals in the Cardinal win over Saint Mary's...netted a career high five goals and two assists in Stanford's MPSF Semifinal win over California...named to the MPSF All-Tournament Team for her efforts...scored the first three Cardinal goals in the team's first NCAA Tournament appearance at No. 1 Northwestern.
As a Freshman in 2005: Played in 18 games...Scored 21 goals...Recorded 43 shots, seven ground balls, three draw controls and four caused turnovers...Tallied goals against Cornell, UC Davis, Loyola, Cal and Yale...Recorded first hat-trick against UC Davis.
High School: Graduated from St. Andrew's School in Middletown, Delaware...Named Player of the Year by the Delaware News Journal...Earned All-American honors in 2004 and Honorable Mention All-American accolades in 2003...Named First Team All-Conference in 2002, 2003, and 2004...Earned Second Team All-Conference honors in 2001...Also tabbed for All-State honors in three straight seasons...A four-year letterwinner in lacrosse and basketball...Also earned three letters in soccer, and one letter in cross country...Served as team captain for her high school lacrosse, soccer, and basketball squads as a senior.
Personal: Born in London, England...Parents are David and Maria Patterson...Has an older sister named Eloise...Brother David played lacrosse at Harvard...Comes from a long line of collegiate athletes...Grandfather, Albert Carey Wall, was the captain of the Princeton hockey team in 1924...Grandfather Ellmore C. Patterson captained the 1934 University of Chicago football team, earning All-American and All-Big-10 honors during his collegiate career...Uncles, Arthur and Michael Patterson, played football and hockey at Harvard, respectively...Cousin, Michael Patterson, played hockey for Wesleyan University...Hobbies include traveling, reading, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, and spending time with friends and family...Majoring in Psychology with a minor in History.
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