Shauna Stapleton
Shauna  Stapleton

Springfield, Ohio

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Team Captain:
1st Year


2016 Hall of Famers Inducted

Class will be recognized at tomorrow's football game


2016 Hall of Famers Inducted

Class will be recognized at tomorrow’s football game


Tracking the Boilermakers

News and notes on Purdue Athletics


Tracking the Boilermakers

News and notes on Purdue Athletics


Tracking the Boilermakers

News & Notes on Purdue Athletics

2007: First Team Academic All-American ... Soccer Buzz All-American ... Big Ten Tournament Offensive MVP ... First Team All-Big Ten ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Stapleton was tri-captain of the most successful team in program history ... scored 10 goals (tied for the third-most in school annals) and had a school-record 11 assists for 31 points (second all-time), as the Boilermakers went 20-2-3, won the Big Ten Tournament championship and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... named first team Academic All-American, Soccer Buzz third team All-American, first team All-Great Lakes Region and first team All-Big Ten ... National Soccer Coaches Association of America National Player of the Week after scoring the only goal as Purdue beat No. 1-ranked Portland ... became the first Boilermaker soccer player (and remains the only one) to earn the Big Ten Medal of Honor for demonstrating great proficiency in scholarship and athletics and the Varsity Walk Award as the outstanding senior who participated as a varsity athlete and brought national recognition to Purdue ... inducted into the Mortar Board national honor society and received the Flora Roberts Award, which is presented annually to an outstanding senior woman at Purdue to honor her scholarship, leadership, character and service to the university community ... set the school record by playing in 87 matches (now third all-time), while accumulating 15 goals and 14 assists (tied for 10th in school history) for 44 points as a midfielder.

2006: Team Captain ... Academic All-Big Ten ... selected as Purdue's representative to the All-Big Ten Tournament Team ... recorded six shots in two tournament games, placing four on goal ... was great with the ball on offense, keeping it away from pressing defenders from Ohio State and Illinois ... established personal season bests in several categories, including games played (23), shots (53) and shots on goal (18) ... lone goal of season was the game-winner in a 1-0 home win over OSU ... provided assists in 4-1 win over Western Kentucky and one of two to Jessica Okoroafo (along with Parrissa Eyorokon), who kicked in the game-winner vs. Indiana ... made 12 starts, including the final eight matches of the season ... picked up yellow card in 0-0 tie at Cincinnati.

2005: Academic All-Big Ten ... appeared in 19 of the team's 20 matches, starting 17 times... played a career-high 82 minutes against the 2-1 loss to Iowa ... scored her first goal of the season against Missouri off of a Lauren Sesselmann pass into the middle of the box...scored her second and final goal during the sixth minute against Minnesota again off of a Lauren Sesselmann pass ... recorded her first and only assist of the season in the 1-0 win over Wisconsin when her shot ricocheted off the left post and was punched back by Parrissa Eyorokon... finished seventh on the team with 20 shots.

2004: Only member of the freshman class to start all 20 matches ... second on the team with 34 shots ... scored goals in back-to-back wins over Indiana State and Oakland ... first career goal, scored against the Sycamores, came off a Kira Bilecky header that bounced off the left post ... her second and final goal of the season also came off a teammate's rebound, putting back a Parrissa Eyorokon shot that ricocheted off an Oakland defender ... recorded a season best five shots in consecutive matches against Iowa and Minnesota ... posted four shots in collegiate debut against Cincinnati.

High School: Graduated from North High School in 2004 ... played for her high school team as a freshman ... led the club with a school-record 25 goals in her only season ... was named first-team all-district and all-area ... named first team Western Ohio League ... played club soccer with the Dayton Soccer Academy with current Purdue teammate Jordyn Shaffer ... won three state championships and finished third in the region in 2003 ... played on Region II team in 2001 and 2002 ... made the regional pool in 2002 and 2003 ... recipient of several outstanding student awards ... member of the National Honors Society.

Personal: Given name is Shauna S. Stapleton ... born Sept. 21, 1985 ... daughter of Rocky and Deborah Stapleton ... has an older brother, Adam.


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