Two-time letterman ... boasts impressive athletic skills ... exciting talent who has struggled to provide consistent performances through first two seasons ... likely to see role expand in 2005-06 ... has all tools to be productive at Division I level ... impressive shooter ... not afraid to venture into the paint ... staunch defender as well ... has become one of the program's backcourt veterans ... will be counted upon for additional production on the court and enhanced leadership elsewhere.
As a sophomore: drew game action in 25 contests ... started five times ... averaged 2.7 ppg. and 1.5 rpg. ... shot .264 from the field, .246 from three-point range and .400 from the foul line ... started season's first three games ... rejoined lead cast for late-season matchups against Bucknell and Holy Cross ... exploded for career-high 17 points in opener versus The Citadel ... shot 6 of 10 from the floor and 3 of 6 from beyond the arc ... added career-high three assists versus Bulldogs ... only other double-figure outing came in home battle with American ... forged 11 points and five caroms versus Eagles ... notched eight-point effort versus Polytechnic ... tallied eight points and career-high eight rebounds at Lafayette ... pulled down six boards in home skirmish with Bucknell ... added three helpers against Columbia.
As a freshman: played in 15 games, drawing one start ... averaged 2.5 ppg. and 1.6 rpg. ... shot .271 from the field, .286 from three-point range and 1.000 from the foul line ... lone starting assignment came in home outing opposite Lehigh ... registered five points in collegiate debut against Coast Guard ... enjoyed season-high six-point showing versus Stony Brook ... equalled that with half dozen points at American ... hit both three-point shots against Seawolves and Eagles ... had five points during extended stint opposite The Citadel.
High School: played basketball, baseball and golf at Northridge Prep School in Niles, Ill. ... starred on the hardwood for coach Dick Knar ... averaged 21.0 ppg., 8.5 rpg., 6.0 apg. and 2.0 bpg. as a senior ... helped guide squad to school's first-ever regional basketball championship ... was named Chicago Prep Conference "Player of the Year" in basketball as a senior ... also listed second-team all-state ... served as team captain for golf and basketball squads ... named team MVP in all three sports during busy senior year ... was pitcher and shortstop on the diamond.
Personal: given name is Stephen William Stoll ... born May 21, 1984 ... parents' names are Steve and Mary Stoll ... member of the National Honor Society ... cites hitting game-winning jumper in regional championship game as biggest athletic highlight ... majoring in Systems Management.