NC State and Pittsburgh kick off at 7 p.m. in annual Play 4Kay Pink Match
NC State battles back from 2-0 deficit to earn road draw
Freshman midfielder makes NC State debut in terrific fashion, scoring two goals in win
Wolfpack and Seahawks to begin 2014 season under the lights at Dail Soccer Field
NC State just 10 days away from 2014 season opener (Aug. 22)
NC State lost a close 2-1 decision to No. 11 Portland on Sunday, Aug. 24.
As a freshman (2013):All-ACC Third Team ... ACC All-Freshman Team ... Led the team in goals (9), points (19), shots (45), and shots on goal (23) ... Tied for a team high with two game-winning goals ... Her goal total ranked 10th in the ACC at the end of the 2013 regular season ... Selected to train with the U.S. Women's National Team U20s from Nov. 24 - Dec. 1 ... Invited to stay on with the U.S. Women through Dec. 21 in preparation for the team's CONCACAF U20 tournament ... Started and played in 18 of a possible 19 games ... Only missed the game at Duke (Oct. 24) due to injury ... Averaged 0.5 goals and 1.06 points per game ... Started the season on a tear, scoring five goals in the first four games of the year ... Scored at least one goal in eight separate games ... Scored two goals and provided one assist on seven shots vs. Georgia Southern (Aug. 30) ... Scored two game-winning goals, one vs. Longwood (Aug. 25) and one at Pittsburgh (Oct. 15) ... NC State was 5-3 when she scored at least one goal ... Played 1,514 minutes on the season, averaging 84 per match.
High School, Club and Personal: Named the Florida Class 4A Player of the Year in 2013 after scoring 36 goals as a senior ... Top Drawer Soccer named her the second-highest rated player in the state of Florida, and 33rd nationally at the forward position ... Compiled 112 goals and 47 assists in three seasons at Viera High School ... Once scored eight goals in a high school match, and had six goals in three separate contests ... Played nine years with Space Coast United, and spent four years with the Region 3 ODP team ... Sister, Katie, plays soccer at Wake Forest and her father played soccer at Air Force.
Sept. 17, 2013: Stengel Sisters Making Their Own Names (ESPNW)