Arizona State (2004): Second-team All-Pac-10 selection... named to the All-Region third-team by Soccer Buzz... honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic selection... played in and started all 19 games... assisted Katie Leahy's header goal in the home-opener against Rhode Island... recorded two assists against Washington State, including Elizabeth Bogus' game-winner in the second overtime... tied for second on the team with three assists... had highest shooting percentage on team among players who attempted five or more shots on goal (.538)... Maroon & Gold Scholar-Athlete. (2003): Played and started in all 21 games ... third-team All-Region honors by Soccer Buzz ... second-team All-Pac-10 selection ... posted three goals, including two game-winners ... also tallied three assists ... led the team in Pac-10 play with three goals, two game-winners and seven points ... scored two of ASU's three goals against Cal in ASU's 3-2 victory ... first game-winner came against Cal in the 88th minute when she drilled a shot from 25-yards out ... prior to the game-winner, she recorded her first goal of the game in the 52nd minute of action ... recorded the other game-winner against Oregon State in the 78th minute of play to lift the Devils to a 1-0 win ... had the game-winning assist to Brittany Cooper against Rutgers ... All-Pac-10 Academic honorable mention and Maroon & Gold Scholar-Athlete. (2002): Played and started in 18 games ... missed first two games due to U-19 National team commitment ... Soccer Buzz Freshman All-American third team ... Soccer Buzz All-Freshman West Region selection ... posted one assist as she assisted Feulner in ASU's goal against USC in the 17th minute ...
National Teams: Member of the 2003-04 and 2004-05 U-21 National Team pool ... member of the 2002 U-19 National Team ... member of the U-19 World Cup Team that won the 2002 FIFA World Championship in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada ... scored a goal and had an assist in her first match against Chinese Taipei.
High School: A 2002 graduate of Taylorsville High School, Taylorsville, Utah ... 2000 U-16 National Team member ... 1998-2001 Region IV ODP team member ... 2000 Parade All-American ... 2000 NSCAA All-American ... first-team all-state and region her sophomore and junior seasons ... posted 24 goals and 37 assists during her three seasons ... also played for the four-time state champion U-18 Utah Futbol club coached by Gordon Ebner ... 1999 3v3 national champion with ASU teammate Elizabeth Bogus ... member of the high honor roll.
Personal: Major is BIS ... enjoys dancing ... parents are Gordon and Dawn Ebner of Taylorsville ... has one sister, Jessica who played soccer at Utah State ... born February of 1984 in Utah ... full name is Stephanie Anne Ebner.
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