"Emily is the steadiest player on the team. She is a tough competitor who is willing to be out there all day long." -Army head coach Paul Peck
2010-11: All-Patriot League second team member ... ranked tied for third on the team with 18 singles victories ... went 14-4 in dual matches ... undefeated (5-0) against Patriot League opponents, including back-to-back matchclinching wins in the Patriot League Tournament ... enters the NCAA Championship on a five-match winning streak ... went 7-1 at No. 6 singles and 4-1 at No. 5 ... won a pivotal point at No. 6 against Fairleigh Dickinson in Army's 4-3 win ... played in only two doubles contests, splitting the two alongside senior Annie Hang at the Quinnipiac Invitational for a 1-1 mark. Background: Four-star player, according to tennisrecruiting.com ... Pennsylvania's fourth-rated recruit ... ranked 155th nationally and 22nd in the mid-Atlantic ... attended Hilton Head Prep in Hilton Head, S.C., ... trained at the same tennis academy as recent graduate Sarah Giles-Madden '09 in the tennis-rich community ... solid right-hander ... reached the doubles final of the national open tournament in 2009 and was named Middle States' most improved player in 2007 after achieving the highest doubles ranking in the region ... fit and ability to chase down any ball ... quick, classic strokes ... hits a very heavy ball.
Personal: Emily Rebecca Stein ... born July 3, 1992, in Philadelphia, Pa. ... daughter of Marc and Barbara Stein ... older sister is a member of West Point's crew team ... major is art, philosophy and literature.