2010: Recipient of the team’s Most Outstanding Rookie Award … Played in all 17 games, earning 13 starts at forward … Finished the year with 6 points (1g, 4a), including a career-high three assists against Bryant … Scored her first career goal against Columbia … Also earned an assist against Yale … Before Brown: A four-years starter for the field hockey team at Rye High School, Torie also played lacrosse and ran track for two years each … A team captain for Rye as a senior, Torie helped to lead the team to an appearance in the Section I Class B Finals … A three-time (2007, 2008, 2009) All-State, All-Section, and All-League honoree, Torie was also named a Journal News “Player to Watch” in both 2008 and 2009 … Earned Journal News All-Star honors in both 2008 and 2009 … Named All-League in 2006 as well … Helped to lead team to the 2009 NY Invitational (Hudson Valley) Bronze Medal, a 2008 Empire State Games (Hudson Valley) Gold Medal … Rye also won the 2007 NY State Class B State Championship and the 2007 Section I Class B Championship … Scored 88 goals during her high school career …Played club field hockey for NYS Empires FH – Hudson Valley … Member of National Honor Society … Personal: The daughter of Neal and Alison Stearns, Torie has one brother, Zach, and two sisters, Emma and Lily … Mother, Alison, and aunt, Leslie Scherl, are both graduates of Brown … Undecided on a concentration.
Stearns’ Career Highs
Goals: 1, vs. Columbia (9/18/10)
Assists: 3, vs. Bryant (9/19/10)
Points: 3, vs. Bryant (9/19/10)
Shots: 4, vs. Bryant (9/19/10)
Shots on Goal: 3, vs. Bryant (9/19/10)
|Stearns' Career Stats|