#6 Jeremy Stacy
|HOMETOWN||Grand Rapids, Mich.|
|HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)||Forest Hills Central|
2005: Played in all 18 matches, making 13 starts ... has appeared in every Crusader match since arriving at Valpo ... finished second on team with three assists ... now has nine career assists, tied for eighth all-time ... tallied first assist of the season September 4 against Canisius in final match of Bulls Classic ... added another helper in next Crusader match, September 9 at Butler ... assisted on match-tying goal in second half, October 30 against Xavier.
2004: Started all but one match, appearing in every Crusader contest ... named to Mid-Con All-Academic Team ... tied for the team lead with four assists ... fired a team-high 38 shots, 20 on goal ... scored first career goal September 5 at DePaul in a 1-1 draw ... added an assist in the next Valpo match, September 7 against Saint Joseph's (Ind.) ... had a pair of helpers in 4-1 Crusader win September 19 at Xavier ... picked up final assist of the season October 2 at Centenary.
2003: Appeared in all 17 matches as a freshman, drawing 10 starts ... picked up first career point, an assist, October 12 at Drury ... added another assist in season finale, November 8 at Wisconsin ... fired three or more shots four times, including season-high five October 31 against Loyola.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner for the Rangers ... a four-time All-OK-White Conference and three-time All-District honoree ... twice named to All-Michigan and All-Region teams ... was the OK-White Conference Athlete of the Year ... holds Forest Hills Central's all-time scoring record with 59 goals ... helped club team, Michigan Wolves, to 2003 National Championship ... also lettered in football and basketball.
Personal: Jeremy is the son of Mark and Karen Stacy ... brother, Jake, plays soccer at the University of Michigan ... major is geography ... named to Valpo Dean's List ... born November 14, 1984.