2005: Played in all 18 games, while recording 3 goals or the season. . . Scored first goal of the year vs. Stetson (8/26)
2004: Played in 18 games, starting eight . . . named to the America East Commissioner's Honor Roll for her excellence in the classroom . . . notched five points in the 2004 campaign (2g, 1a) . . . tallied a goal off a corner kick in the 5-0 win over Howard (9/24) . . . dished an assist to Tiffany Fasullo in a 2-1 victory vs. Vermont (10/8) . . . tallied the lone Seawolves goal off a header at UMBC (10/15).
2003: Appeared in 17 games, starting eight . . . scored a game winning goal in a 2-0 conference win over UMBC.
2002: Appeared in 17 games, starting 13 . . . totaled four goals and two assists for 10 points which ranked second on the team . . . made first collegiate start in season opener against Miami (OH) (8/30) . . . scored her first collegiate goal in a breakout effort which saw her tally three times in a 6-0 triumph over Iona. It was Stony Brook's first hat trick since Erica Keller did it against Wagner on Nov. 1 1997 . . . named to 2002 Holiday Inn Express All-Tournament Team (9/20) . . . tallied first assist on game-tying goal against Fairfield (9/25) . . . scored goal versus St. John's (10/1) . . . assisted on Jen Fontanetta's goal against Binghamton (10/17) .
High School: Earned four letters at forward for Irondale High School in New Brighton, Minn. . . scored 94 career goals and earned Rookie of the Year honors in 1998 . . . three-time All-Conference pick was a team MVP, All-Metro and All-State selection in the fall of 2001.
Personal: Jacqueline Marie Anthony . . . born May 17, 1984 . . . daughter of Sharon and Lawrence Anthony . . . sister of Andrea.