8 - Scott Stephens
Scott Stephens
Height: 6-1
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Los Altos, Calif.
High School: Los Altos
Position: DR
Major: Materials Science and Engineering

2012: Recorded 15 goals, 13 steals, 11 assists and five ejections drawn as a junior … led MIT against St. Francis (10/06) with his three goals.

2011: Recorded 15 goals, 15 assists, eight steals and eight ejections drawn as a sophomore … led team in assists, tied for sixth in goals … season-high five assists in win over Connecticut College (10/15) … three assists in season finale against Fordham at CWPA Northern Division championship (11/6).

2010: Fifth on the team with 18 goals as a freshman … scored a team-high four penalty-shot goals … second on the team with 27 assists … also recorded 30 steals.

Out of the Pool: Majoring in materials science and engineering … mentor and swim coach for Amphibious Achievement, a public service group at MIT that mentors with Boston high school students on academic and athletic skills … held internships with the Department of Clinical Anatomy at Stanford University, the Marine Mammal Center (Marine Headlands, Calif.), MISTI Global Teaching Labs (Untergriesbach, Germany), Heidenhain GmbH. (Tranreut, Germany) and eHuman Digital Anatomy (Palo Alto, Calif.) … researched the growth of osteoblasts under mechanical stress in the Lab for Regenerative Medicine at Stanford … Academic All-America: Superior.

High School: A 2010 graduate of Los Altos High School … first team all-league as a junior and senior … MVP of Froshsoph league … member of league champion team for four years … three-time swimming team MVP and All-America swimmer … Williams College book award.

Personal: Son of Susan Park and James Stephens … father played football at Stanford.