Armstrong, Patterson, Hill and Ribeiro recognized for athletic achievement.
NSCAA announces All-America teams Friday.
Two Huskies in consideration for the most coveted individual honor in NCAA Division I soccer.
The Huskies conclude season 19-3-1 after suffering 4-1 loss to the Tigers
Huskies head Gainseville, Fla. for the NCAA Second Round.
UConn vs Albany NCAA 1st Round (photo by Stephen Slade)
UConn vs SMU (photo by Stephen Slade)
UConn vs CCSU (photo by Stephen Slade)
UConn vs BU (photo by Stephen Slade)
UConn vs Sienna NCAA 1st Round (photo by Stephen Slade)
2016: Drafted 17th overall to FC Kansas City in 2017 NWSL Draft...MAC Hermann Trophy Semifinalist...NSCAA All-America First Team...American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year...First Team All-Conference...American Championship All-Tournament team...First Team All-New England...Started all 23 matches...Scored a career-high and tied for third in UConn single-season history with 21 goals...Racked up career-high 14 assists and 56 points...Led team in goals (21), assists (14), points (56), game-winning goals (11), shots (120) and shots of goal (59)...Compiled at least a point in 18 of 23 contests...Posted career-high six points (2 goals, 2 assists) versus Tulsa (Sept. 29)...Recorded five multi-goal games and 16 multi-points games...Scored a goal in six-straight matches (Oct. 13-Nov.4)...In five-game span scored eight goals and racked up 22 points (Sept. 11 -Oct. 2)...American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week four times in 2016 (Sept. 26, Oct. 3, Oct. 17 and Oct. 31).
2015: NSCAA All-America Third Team…American Athletic Conference Midfielder of the Year… named to the American Championship All-Tournament team…Played in all 23 games earning 22 starts for 1688 minutes of play…finished the season with 22 points (7g, 8a)…led the conference in shots with 96, 29 of them on goal…tallied five points (2g, 1a) in the first round of the NCAA tournament…earned the assist on Rachel Hill’s first goal against ECU in the American Athletic Conference quarterfinals (Nov. 3)…assisted Sam McGuire’s game-winning overtime goal against Tulsa (Oct. 18)…recorded the assist to Rachel Hill’s goal against East Carolina (Oct. 8)…took credit for two assists on the road at UCF (Sept. 27)…notched her second straight game-winning goal against Brown (Sept. 20)…scored the game-winner in the 75th minute against Central Connecticut(Sept. 18)…had the game-winning assist to Rachel Hill’s goal against Harvard (Sept. 6)…netted the game-winning goal in the 1-0 defeat of Syracuse (Sept. 3)…tallied a goal on the road at Navy (Aug. 30)…scored her first game-winning goal of the season in the 71st minute to put UConn on top 2-1 at Georgetown (Aug. 27).
2015: Redshirted due to injury.
2013: Saw action in all 20 games, starting 10... Finished second on the team in points (16), goals (6), and assists (4)... Recorded three game winning goals and a shot on goal percentage of .529... All of her 16 points came after the midpoint of the season in the last 12 game ... Notched a game-winning goal in overtime in a 1-0 victory over Cincinnati (Oct. 17)... Tallied two goals on four shots in a 3-2 loss against Louisville (Oct. 20)... Selected as the American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 21... Earned American Athletic conference First Team accolades... Named NEWISA Third Team All-New England... Invited to the U-20 Women's National Soccer Team Training Camp in California in Nov. 2013.
2012: Played in all 19 games as a freshman and earned three starts for the Huskies... Totaled nine points on three goals and three assists... Registered an assist in her first collegiate game against Vermont (Aug. 19)... Scored her first collegiate goal against Maine (Sept. 26)... Found the back of the net versus Central Connecticut (Sept. 9)... Recorded a goal against DePaul (Sept. 28).
Before UConn: Ribeiro, a 5-7 forward, was a four-year letterwinner out of Pawtocket, Rhode Island where she earned team MVP honors her junior and senior seasons... A captain her senior year, Ribeiro was a three-time All-State selection and earned All-New England. She ended her high school career with 105 goals.
Personal: Stephanie Mariana is the daughter of Mario and Nela Ribeiro ... Has one brother, Alex ... A Communications major.