Stony Brook reloads, dominates fall ball in preparation for title hunt in 2014
Davis started 16 games for the Princeton in 2013
Seawolves take down school, conference and national records in season for the ages
Seawolves 17 wins are the most in program history
Seawolves are riding a 12-game winning streak and have not lost since dropping an 8-3 decision to the Terps March 17
2013: Named to America East All-Tournament team...started all 20 games...fourth on the team in goals with 31...finished with 34 points...second on the team with 41 ground balls...third on the team with 24 draw controls...caused 12 turnovers...scored three goals and picked up three ground balls at Bucknell (2/16)...scored two goals, controlled two draws and tallied one ground ball at Florida (2/20)....tallied one goal, one assist and one ground ball at Duquesne (3/7)...recorded four goals, one ground ball and one controlled draw against Longwood (3/9)...scored one goal and picked up a game-high five ground balls at Marist (3/13)...picked up two ground balls vs. Maryland (3/17)...finished with one goal, one ground ball and one draw control vs. Iona (3/20)...registered a ground ball and draw control at Vermont (3/23)...scored one goal at Siena (3/24)...tallied two goals, two assists, two ground balls and one draw control vs. Fresno State (3/26)...had two goals, two ground balls, one cuased turnover and one draw control vs. Albany (3/30)...tallied a hat trick, two draw controls and one groundball at UMBC (4/6)...scored one goal and picked up two ground balls at UNH (4/13)...tallied one goal, two ground balls, three draw controls and one caused turnoveras Stony Brook clinched the top-seed in the conference championship and a share of the regular season title vs. BU (4/21)...finished with two goals, two ground balls, three draw controls and two ground ballsas SBU secured outright regular season title vs. Binghamton (4/27)...tallied two goals, one ground ball and one caused turnovervs. Vermont in America East Semifinals (5/3)...scored two goals and picked up two ground ballsas Stony Brook won its first-ever America East title and punched its first ticket to the NCAA Tournament vs. Albany (5/5)...paced the offense with a hat trick and picked up three ground balls and controlled one drawin a win vs. Towson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (5/10)...had three ground balls and three caused turnoversat No. 1/1 Maryland in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (5/12).
2012: Scored one goal and had one ground ball vs. Colgate (2/11)...Scored three goals and controlled a draw vs. Manhattan (2/15)...Scored three goals, had two ground balls and one caused turnovervs. Central Connecticut (2/19)...Had two shots on goal and a ground ball vs. Monmouth (2/26)...Scored two goals off three shots, went 1-1 in free position shots vs. Johns Hopkins (3/3)...Had two assists, one shot on goal, one controlled draw and a caused turnover vs. Duke (3/5)...Scored a goal and had a ground ball vs. Florida (3/14)...Scored three goals, controlled a draw and caused a turnover vs. Maryland (3/20)...Scored four goals, had four ground ballls and three caused turnovers vs. Marist (3/24)...Had a assist, controlled three draws and caused a turnover vs. Iona (3/27)...Scored a goal, had a ground ball, controlled four draws and caused a turnover vs. Binghamton (3/31)...Scored two goals, controlled three draws vs. UMBC (4/4)...Scored one goal, two ground balls and one caused turnover vs. Vermont (4/7)...Scored one goal, two ground balls and controlled a draw vs. Yale (4/11)...Scored two goals and controlled a draw vs. Boston University (4/14)
High School: Played 5 seasons of Lacrosse including her 8th grade spring at Connetquot High School in Ronkonkoma under Head Coach Sal Piscitelli...was named two-time captain of her Lacrosse team and once on her soccer team...was named All County and All League in Lacrosse...was named to two-time All Conference in Soccer...was on Honor Roll all four years of high school.
Personal: Amber Kupres...born May 15, 1993 in New York City...daughter of Duane and Rebecca Kupres...a sociology major.