Louise Stephens

Louise  Stephens


Houston, Texas

High School:
The Kinkaid School




Albion Hurricanes


Soccer Announces Season Awards


School Record and C-USA High 256 Rice Athletes Named to Commissioner's Honor Roll


Soccer All-Region Honorees Announced

Five Owls Earn All-South Region Honors


Owls Face Baylor Friday In NCAA Tournament

Start Time vs. Bears Set For 5 PM In Waco


C-USA Academic Honors For Rice Soccer

Four Owls Voted To All-Academic Team


Rice Soccer Defeats FAU 6-2

Photos by Erik Williams as the Rice Soccer team defeated FAU 6-2 on Sept. 15, 2017


Soccer Exhibition vs. SFA

Rice Soccer team's Aug. 13 exhibition match vs. Stephen F. Austin

At Rice:
2016: Conference USA Academic Honor Roll; Played in five games in first season of Division I soccer... Made collegiate debut on the road against No. 8 ranked Texas A&M... Registered 49 minutes of playing time, including a career-high 23 minutes against longtime foe Sam Houston State... Saw C-USA action against regular season champion North Texas and in a hard-fought one-goal win at UTSA.

Club: Proven midfielder for the hometown Albion Hurricanes... Rated as a three-star player according to TopDrawerSoccer.com.

High School: A 2016 graduate of The Kinkaid School in Houston. Earned All-Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC) each of the last three years... Serving as the Falcon's team captain as a senior... Versatile athlete who is a two-time All-SPC selection in both field hockey and lacrosse... Was named a Spotlight Athlete of the Week... AP Scholar... Member of the National Latin Honor Society.

Personal: Full Name: Louise Parsons Stephens. Parents: Rand and Annette Stephens of Houston (one brother, Sam, and one sister, Annie). Chose to attend Rice over Dartmouth, Penn and SMU.

Nicky Adams on Stephens: "Louise is a tremendous all-around athlete. She is very versatile and can play in a variety of positions for us. Louise does things through simplicity and with ease. She is someone that we know will continuously make good decisions on the ball and create goal scoring opportunities for teammates."

Kinkaid HS Coach James Jordan said: "Louise Stephens is every coach's dream. She works hard, she possesses great skill, she is the ultimate teammate, and, most of all, she is humble. Whether it is making important tackles, winning headers, driving up the middle on a dribble, or switching the point of the attack with a defense-splitting pass, Louise is the heart and soul of our team."

Louise Stephens said: "I chose Rice because it was a place where I could get a fantastic education while also playing Division I soccer. Rice has a such a unique soccer program because it has a passionate group of coaches that are taking the team to a whole new level. Everyone on the team is so friendly and welcoming, and made me feel part of the program almost immediately. I love the campus, Houston, and can't wait to join the team!"


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