Roughly 100 student-athletes participated Saturday
Golden Eagles outshot both Iowa and Western Illinois
Golden Eagles celebrate BIG EAST American Division Championship
Golden Eagles look to begin conference play 3-0
Four different Golden Eagles contribute goals
Head coach Markus Roeders and senior Ashley Stemmeler preview Marquette's home opener and the inaugural Marquette Invitational.
A Winning Traditions: Images from a championship season.
2013: Recorded two shots and her first goal of the season in a win against Oakland (9/1)... Recorded two shots with one being on goal in victory over Colorado College to win the Marquette Invitational (9/8) ... Notched two shots and an assist in a 2-1 victory in the regular season finale against Butler (11/2)
2012: Member of Chi Alpha Sigma (National Collegiate Athlete Honor Society) ... Picked up first assist of the year on Mary Luba's goal in the season opener vs. St. Bonaventure (8/17) ...Scored the game's first goal at Pittburgh (9/13)...Notched the final goal at Seton Hall (9/21)... Recorded her third goal on the season in a 4-0 victory over USF (10/20)...
2011: Played in all 22 matches and started in 21 ... Registered three points on one goal and one assists ... Scored her first goal of the season 30 seconds into the game versus Notre Dame (9/25) ... Recorded one assist in a 3-0 win over Pittsburgh (9/15) ... Registered 11 shots, five on goal.
2010: Did not see action this season due to injury.
2009: One of three freshman to see action this season. Saw action and started in 16 games this season. Posted first career point with an assist against Green Bay, and tallied first goal in win over Seton Hall. Took three shots on the season, two of which were on goal.
Prior to Marquette: Stemmeler helpedFC Milwaukeeto six Wisconsin State Cup Championships in her eight year tenure with the squad. FC Milwaukee also earned four Midwest Premier League Championships, and won the Region II Championship in 2004 with Stemmeler on the field.
Personal: Stemmeler was born on May 2, 1991 to Fred and Laurie Stemmeler. At Homestead High School, she earned all-conference basketball honors and was a state track and field qualifier in the 1600m relay. Stemmeler is a elementary education and math major.