2007 (Junior Season): Started all 22 games and played every minute in goal for the Huskies during her junior season ... finished season with a 14-6-2 record and a career best 0.61 goals against average ... made 71 saves and allowed only 14 goals in just over 2058 minutes of action ... collected 11 shutouts over the course of the year ... recorded first career assist on game winning goal against Providence (Sept. 21) ... After shutouts against USF (1-0 Sept. 28) and Marquette (5-0 Sept. 30), was named BIG EAST goalkeeper of the week (Oct. 1) ... earned three shutouts in the NCAA tournament against first round foe Boston College (Nov. 16), in the second round against Wake Forest (Nov.18) and against third round opponent Stanford (Nov. 23) ... named to the NEWISA All-New England first team, the Soccer Buzz All-Northeast Region first team and the NSCAA All-Northeast region first team.
2006 (Sophomore Season): Appeared in 21 games last season and started 20 contests in a row ... finished the season with a 10-7-4 overall record ... posted a mere 0.96 goals against average ... made 73 saves and allowed 20 goals in just over 1879 minutes logged ... collected four individual shutouts and was part of a Husky team that recorded five straight blankings ... posted a scoreless streak of 461:63 consecutive minutes over a six-game span ... named BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week (Oct. 16) ... became the first goalkeeper since 2004 to hold BIG EAST foe Notre Dame scoreless in UConn's 0-0 draw with the Irish (Oct. 13.) ... named to the NEWISA All-New England Second Team at the conclusion of the season ... spent August 2006 at U20 World Cup in Russia.
2005 (Freshman Season): Played in all 22 games of the season, starting nine....emerged as the top keeper in 2005 and played every minute of the last three games of the season ... posted a 1.15 goals against average and a 4-3 record ... made a total of 65 saves ... played in 12 conference games, allowing only seven goals and stopping 32 shots ... boasted a 0.85 GAA in league play.
2004: Joined the University of Connecticut and the women's soccer team for the second semester...originally intended on enrolling for the fall of 2004, but deferred enrollment to January 2005 to play in the 2004 FIFA Under-19 World Championships in Thailand.
Before UConn: Played four years at Spruce Grove Composite High School....a current member of the Canadian National Team and took part in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China....a part of the Youth National team program since 2000....member of the Canadian National team that won the 2004 CONCACAF Championship.
Personal: Stephanie Lynn Marie is the daughter of Gerry and Bev Labbe ... an early childhood development and eduation major ... born October 10, 1986.