SBU collects conference-best 11 total awards at end-of-the-year reception
Second team all-conference selection... led the team in goals (37), assists (21), points (58), ground balls (45), draw controls (45) and caused turnovers (25)... scored on seven free-position goals... started all 16 games... became Stony Brook's all-time leader in goals (150), points (246), ground balls (189) and draw controls (192)... tied a career-high with seven goals at Sacred Heart (3/11)... scored four goals against Denver (3/18), Boston University (4/4) and Albany (4/18)... had four assists against Yale (3/7) and Hofstra (3/25)... tallied seven draw controls against UMBC (3/20) and Boston University (4/4)... had seven ground balls against Binghamton (4/11).
First team all-conference for the third straight season... all-academic team selection... led the Seawolves in assists (30), ground balls (63), draw controls (63) and caused turnovers (25)... third on team with 31 goals... started all 15 games... had six goals and two assists vs. Colgate... also had four ground balls and five draw controls vs. Raiders (2/16)... scored four goals and tied a career-high with 11 draw controls vs. Duquesne (2/24)... had five points to go along with six draw controls, five ground balls and three caused turnovers vs. Sacred Heart (3/12)... totaled five goals and three assists vs. Monmouth (3/16)... tallied four assists vs. American (3/26)... had six ground balls vs. UMBC (4/2)... had a career-high 10 ground balls and tied a career-high with 11 draw controls vs. New Hampshire (4/5)... tied a school record with nine points (3g, 6a) at Binghamton... also had six ground balls vs. Bearcats (4/12)... had six ground balls and three draw controls vs. Hofstra (4/22).
America East Player of the Year and first-team all conference... tallied 36 goals and 35 assists... first in the conference with 4.18 points per game and top-10 in points and assists... led the team with 53 draw controls and 25 caused turnovers... Team MVP and Stony Brook Co-Athlete of the Year... scored four goals three times at Colgate (2/17), vs. Oregon (3/30) and at Wagner (4/17).
America East Rookie of the Year and First-Team Selection ... Named the America East Rookie of the Week on two occasions... recorded the second-best goal scoring season in program history... saw action in 17 games, earning 17 starts... scored a goal and picked up five ground balls vs. Colgate (2/18)... scored four goals and posted two caused turnovers vs. Mount St. Mary's (2/24)... scored four goals and collected three ground balls at Fairfield (3/4)... scored a goal vs. Siena (4/11)... scored and assisted on a goal vs. Sacred Heart (4/14)... scored on two goals, assisted on one, and tallied four ground balls vs. Boston College (4/16)... scored four goals and picked up five ground balls at Boston University (3/25)... scored three goals, posted nine ground balls, and two caused turnovers at Binghamton (4/1)... tallied four goals, assisted on a goal, and collected three ground balls at UC Davis (4/7)... scored three goals and assisted on one vs. Denver (4/9)... scored two goals, tallied three ground balls, and two caused turnovers at Oregon (4/11)... scored and assisted on a goal at Albany (4/15)... scored three goals, assisted on two goals, and picked up three caused turnovers vs. Wagner (4/18)... scored three goals and assisted on a goal vs. New Hampshire (4/21)... scored two goals vs. UMBC (4/23)... scored a goal, assisted on two goals, collected five groundballs, and two caused turnovers vs. Hofstra (4/25)... scored a program record seven goals in a game vs. Vermont (4/28).
A five-year letterwinner at Bay Shore High School for head coach Allison Pfeffer... earned earned All-American honors as a senior and honorable mention All-American honors as a junior... two-time All-Long Island pick by Newsday... four-time all-county selection... also earned five letters in soccer.
Kaitlin Samantha Leggio... born January 5, 1987, in Bay Shore, N.Y... daughter of Susan and Joseph Leggio... sister of Casey, Shaun, Courtney and Kristie... sister Kristie played lacrosse with Molly Lambert at Maryland... a business major.