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#1 Elisa Stamatakis
Position: Goalkeeper
Height: 5'7"
Year: 5th Year Senior
Hometown: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
High School: Ross Sheppard H.S.

Career Highs
Saves: 7, 3 times (last at North Dakota, 9/7/12)

Shots Faced: 22 (at Wisconsin, 8/19/12)

2014 (Senior)

Started 11 of 12 games appeared in ... made 22 saves, posting a 5-4-1 record ... made four saves to earn first victory of the season against Drake (9/5) ... made six saves against IUPUI to pick up first Summit League win of the season (10/3) .. made one save against Oral Roberts in lone shutout of the season (10/12) ... named to the Summit League Academic Honor Roll, Distinguished Scholars List and Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence.

2013 (Junior)

Missed season due to injury.

2012 (Redshirt Sophomore)

Started 16 games for the Jacks in goal ... made 51 saves ... posted five shutouts ... finished the season with a 5-8-2 record ... named to The Summit League Academic Honor Roll.

2011 (Sophomore)


2010 (Freshman)

Named to the All-Summit League Second Team … blanked eight opponents in debut season, the fourth most shutouts in a season all-time … recorded four consecutive shutouts in first five games, then the second longest shutout streak all-time … tallied 60 saves and allowed only 16 goals … finished the season with a 11-2-4 record, the fourth most single-season season wins in program history.

Before SDSU

Was a member of the Canada National Training Centre from 2006-10 ... helped  the Alberta Canada Summer Games team to a fourth-place finish in 2009 ...  was a member of the Alberta Provincial team from 2005-08 ...  won a bronze medal in 2006 at the U-14 Provincial All-Star Nationals and won silver in 2007 and bronze in 2008 with the U-16 team ... also played on Southwest United from 2007-09 .... won a gold medal at national championship with Edmonton  Victoria’s Alberta Major women’s team in 2009 ... was a three-year starter from 2008-10 at Ross Shepard H.S. ... became the second Canadian product to join the team, joining Stéphanie Bérubé.