Reads the game well and makes great decisions on the ball... Smart, attacking player with the ability to be a director on the field... Able to dominate in the air.
2008: Conference USA Academic Honor Roll; Worked hard to bounce back from an injury that kept her sidelined all of 2007... Named the Owls' Defensive MVP after an exceptional comeback season where she was suddenly shifted to defense after a series of season-ending injuries to her teammates... Played in 18 of the team's 19 games with 16 starts... Saw action for 1,350 of the team's 1,763 minutes (76.6 percent)... Worked a career-long 109 minutes in the overtime victory against C-USA foe Tulsa... Played at least 90 minutes nine times... Took shots at Oklahoma and against East Carolina... 2007: C-USA Academic Honor Roll; Gained a redshirt season in the fall after a training session injury in the spring... 2006: Played in 15 of the team's 18 games with two starts... Became only the 16th player in school history to score two goals in a game, converting on both of her two shots in 47 minutes of action against C-USA foe Southern Miss... Was rewarded for the two-goal effort with back-to-back league starts the following weekend on the road against Colorado College and UTEP... Turned steady improvement into more playing time... Averaged more than 47 minutes per conference game, including a career-long 65 minutes on the road at Memphis... Finished fourth on the team in shots... Took a career-high four shots twice, on the road at Texas State and against crosstown rival Houston... Maintained a .304 shots-on-goal percentage.
Member of the 88 Lonestars... South Texas ODP State Team... 2001-2005/Region III Camp participant... Coached by Jim Wain.
High School --
2006 graduate of Georgetown... Three-time all-District 15-5A selection (2003-05)... Named the team's most valuable player... Coached by Wes Strahan... Member of the National Honor Society... Academic all-District honoree for the Eagles... Listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students... Graduated in the top two percent of her class... Also earned varsity letter in track.
Full Name: Stephanie Crain. Born: Apr. 27, 1988, in Houston. Parents: Bill and Eva Crain of Round Rock (one brother, one sister). Major: mathematical economic analysis. College: Wiess
Rice Stats Year GP/GS Shots Goals Asst. Points GWG 2006 15/2 23 2 1 5 0 2008 18/16 2 0 0 0 0 Totals 33/18 25 2 1 5 0
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