Ellie Stott
Ellie  Stott


East Gosford, Australia

High School:
Erina High School




Wolf Pack Honored by NSCAA

Multiple Academic Awards for Nevada


20 Student-Athletes Named Academic All-WAC

Conference announces honorees for fall sports


Nevada Falls to San Jose State in Final Match of Season



Nevada Bested by Fresno State



Soccer's Goals and Ghouls Friday, Senior Day Sunday

5 Seniors to be Honored Sunday

At Nevada: 2011: (Senior) Scored three goals in 17 games to tie for the team lead ... Made 14 starts ... Took six shots with all six finding the target. 2010: (Junior) Played in 18 games with 15 starts ... Scored two goals ... Both came on the final night of the season, when Stott scored the Pack's only two goals on senior night in a 2-1 win at home against Hawai'i ... Took 15 shots with five on goal. 2009: (Sophomore) Played in 20 games and made 16 starts ... Recorded three goals on the year to finish the season with six points ... Recorded 17 shots with six being on goal ... Recorded the game-winning goal at Idaho ... Played full games in nine games ... Named to the Academic All-WAC Team. 2008: (Freshman) Played in 14 matches during the year with eight starts ... Recorded her first career goal against Utah State ... Added her first career assist at LA Tech ... Took five shots on the year with three on goal.

Prior to Nevada: Attended Erina High School in Erina, New South Wales, Australia ... Ran cross country in addition to playing soccer ... Served as a soccer team captain in 2006 and 2007 ... 2007 team achieved the school's best result in school history and made it to the top eight schools in the state ... Served as the New South Wales Combined High Schools soccer representative in 2006 ... Was named MVP Sydney North in 2006 ... Placed first in the 1500m at the Regional Athletes Carnival in 2004 ... Named Senior Female Athlete of the Year in 2006 ... Awarded a school sporting blue in 2006 ... Dual Sydney North representative in athletics and cross country 2002-2004 ... Awarded Pierre De Coubertin award in 2007 ... Rrepresented Sydney North in cross country in 2002 and 2003 at the state level ... Played club for Penrith Nepean United in 2008 ... Played club for Central Coast Lightning from 2005-07 ... Won the Central Coast Cup in 2006 ... Also served as the team captain ... Was the runner-up in 2007 in the New South Wales Women's Premier League First Division Team ... Was named MVP at the end of the 2007 season.

Personal: Majoring in psychology and wants to be a sports psychologist ... Received several academic excellence awards throughout high school for English, math, Japanese, biology, science, history, geography, society and culture, food technology and health and P.E. ... Finished first in her classes as a senior in personal development, health and P.E., food technology, advanced English and society and culture ... Received a Higher School Certificate (HSC) mark (91.05) as a senior in 2007 ... As a senior received an Australian Defense Force award for leadership, commitment and academic excellence ... Likes to spend time with family, hang out with friends, go camping, read books and watch movies in her spare time ... Chose Nevada for the soccer program, the location and the University ... Favorite sports moment was being Vice Captain of the New South Wales U17 Metropolitan team that beat rivals Queensland 1-0 in the final to claim the title of National Champions in 2006 ... Sports heroes are David Beckham and Sally Shipard ... Has one brother, Thomas ... Daughter of Ian and Robyn Stott ... Born in November of 1989.

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