AS A SENIOR:Played in 17 games for the Irish, while starting nine ... scored 21 goals, which was tied for seventh on the team, and added eight assists to total 29 points, good for seventh on the team ... had six multi-goal games ... scored a point in 13 games ... had a two goal, two assist effort in a 20-6 win at California to open the season ... also scored four points against Ohio State ... scored three goals against Duquesne, Syracuse and Connecticut ... was named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star ... earned a Monogram.
AS A JUNIOR: Saw action in all 18 games in 2010, making seven starts ... was fifth on the team in scoring with 19 goals and five assists for 24 points ... added eight ground balls, six draw controls and two caused turnovers to her stat line ... scored points in 15 of the team's 18 games ... has seven games with two or more points for the year ... opened the season with a four-game, goal and point streak, scoring five goals with two assists in a 3-1 start for the Irish ... had two-point games versus Duquesne (1g, 1a), Dartmouth (1g, 1a) and California (2g) ... held off the scoresheet in a 7-6 win at Boston University (3/20) ... had a season-best three-point game (2g, 1a) in 10-9 loss to Vanderbilt at Arlotta Stadium (3/24) ... scored once in 11-9 win over Louisville (3/27) ... scored game-winning goal with six seconds left on the clock in an 11-10 win at Loyola (4/5) to help Irish snap a two-game losing streak ... had a season-high three goals in the 16-0 shutout win over Villanova (4/9) ... went on a seven-game scoring streak (10g, 2a) from April 3 to May 1 ... had four consecutive games with one goal against Syracuse (a 6-5 upset win), Cincinnati (4/17), Ohio State (4/22) and Rutgers (4/24) ... scored twice in the regular-season finale in 16-9 win at Connecticut ... shutout in the 12-11, four overtime loss to Syracuse in the BIG EAST Tournament ... scored one goal in the 19-7 NCAA Tournament loss to Northwestern (5/15).
AS A SOPHOMORE: Burst on the scene in her second season with the Irish, starting all 21 games ... was fifth on the team with 30 goals, tied for sixth with 12 assists and fifth in points with 42 ... added nine ground balls, 12 draw controls and eight caused turnovers ... one of five players on the team with 30 or more goals ... recorded points in 19 of 21 games ... selected as Notre Dame's most improved player for the 2009 season ... had the second largest jump in points from one season to the next (+42) in the program's history behind Gina Scioscia's +47 (from 2007 to 2008) ... finished the season with a six-game point streak (7g, 3a, 10 pts) ... had nine multiple goal games and 14 games with two or more points ... made first career start on Feb. 14 versus Duquesne, scoring three goals and an assist for a four-point game ... held scoreless versus Northwestern before turning in a two-goal game in 14-11 win over Ohio State (2/22) ... had a goal and an assist in 17-8 win over Stanford ... followed with four consecutive three-point games in wins over Dartmouth (2g, 1a), James Madison (2g, 1a), Hofstra (1g, 2a) and Rutgers (three goals) ... had just one assist in win over California and followed with single goals in a 14-12 loss to Georgetown (3/27) and a 16-13 win over Loyola (Md.) ... scored a career-best four goals in a 16-5 road win at Cincinnati (4/3) and added two more goals for the weekend in a 20-8 win at Louisville ... turned in a three-point game (1g, 2a) as Irish lost at Syracuse (14-13) ... held scoreless in an 18-11 loss at Vanderbilt ... came back with a goal and an assist in a 20-5 victory against Connecticut (4/18) ... scored two goals in each game of the BIG EAST Tournament versus Syracuse and Georgetown ... closed the regular season with one goal in the 11-9 victory against Cornell ... scored final goal of the season in the first round game of the NCAA Tournament as the Irish defeated Vanderbilt, 19-13 ... recorded two assists in the 16-10 loss to North Carolina in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tourney.
AS A FRESHMAN: Saw action in games versus Canisius and Duquesne ... recorded one shot on goal against Canisius.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Two-sport athlete at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Va. ... won four letters in both lacrosse and field hockey ... two-time ISL all-conference selection in both sports ... helped Episcopal to the state championship in lacrosse in 2006 ... served as team captain of both teams as a senior ... was team MVP for both teams during her senior year ... selected all-state in `06 and `07 ... scored 49 goals with 26 assists for 75 points as a senior ... was selected to the Washington Post's honorable mention all-Met team in `07 ... as a junior recorded 63 goals and 71 assists for 134 points in leading Episcopal to the state championship ... played in two U.S. Lacrosse national tournaments, playing for Mid-Atlantic 2 in `06 and Mid-Atlantic 4 in `05 ... selected as a U.S. Lacrosse honorable mention high school All-American in 2007 ... was a first team All-American in 2006 ... took home U.S. Lacrosse high school academic All-American honors in `07 ... selected to the 2007 Tewaaraton Watch List ... member of the Capital Lacrosse Club in 2007 ... member of Episcopal's Athletic Council all four years ... won Episcopal's Fannon Award as the top female athlete at school ... full name is Ansley Yates Stewart ... daughter of Craig and Cricket Stewart ... has a younger brother and a younger sister ... born July 10, 1989 in Fayetteville, N.C. ... graduated from the College of Arts & Letters with a degree in political science.
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