2016 Mountain West All-Newcomer Team
2016 Team Rookie of the Year
2016 MW All-Academic
2017 (Sophomore): Appeared in 17 matches, making 14 starts...attempted four shots, three on goal.
2016 (Freshman): Appeared in 18 matches, making 10 starts...named to MW All-Newcomer Team...third on the team with two assists...had both assists vs. Northern Colorado...attempted three shots, one on goal...earned team Rookie of the Year award...MW All-Academic.
Club/High School: Lettered four years in soccer, three in track and one in lacrosse...two-time first-team all-conference, first-team all-state all-academic and team captain...in track, was a three-time first-team all-conference selection in 4x100 and 4x400 relays and the 400...second-team all-state in the 4x100 and 4x400 relays...high school soccer coach was Ben Durano...played club soccer for Crossfire United ECNL, coached by Kibwe Cuffie and Mel Langely...National Honor Society member...DECA first in state, Athlete Scholar Award recipient and Salutatorian.
PERSONAL: Member of cadet squadron 12...daughter of Kyle and Kerrie Stavig...has an older brother...why she came to Academy: “Before my junior year, I didn’t even know military academies existed. But after being contacted by the soccer coaches and coming out to visit I felt right at home. The selling point for me was the people that I met at my visits to the Academy. I found a place where people pushed to be the best, wanted to be leaders, and had the commitment and sacrifice to serve our country.” ...hobbies are snowboarding, hiking, running, yoga, surfing and camping...favorite food is mango...favorite class subjects are English and writing...enjoys listening to Hunter Hayes...favorite TV show is Friday Night Lights...favorite movie is Lone Survivor...people in history she’d most like to meet are the members of the 1999 USWNT...something not many people know about her is that despite being 5-foot-3, she is a pretty good rec. basketball player...advice to young people is: “Don’t grow up before you have to, hug your grandparents, cherish living with your siblings, and never take for granted the sacrifices your parents have made for you. One day you’ll wake up and things will change and trust me you are going to miss it.” ...credits her older brother as having the biggest influence on her sports career...noteworthy thing about her hometown is that Portland made the airport carpet the Grand Marshall of the Rose City Parade...best personal moment was winning the state semifinal match against rival high school when the student section stormed the field after the win...enjoys being outdoors with her family, binge watching Friday Night Lights and 30 for 30 documentaries...favorite athlete is Julie Johnston and Ali Krieger.
Stavig's Career Stats