22 Kylie Stone
22 Kylie Stone
Year: Senior
Hometown: South Deerfield, Mass.
High School: Deerfield Academy
Position: Goalkeeper
House Affiliation: Adams

Senior • 2008
Co-captain, along with Kayla Romanelli ... Academic All-Ivy League ... Team’s Most Valuable Player as voted by her teammates ... Appeared and started in 17 games at goal this season ... Posted six wins and three shutouts on the season ... Recorded a 2.11 goals against average for the season, ranking fifth in the Ivy League ... Registered a season-high 14 saves against Princeton ... Two of her three shutouts were decided by one goal, 1-0 wins against Holy Cross (Sept. 5) and Yale (Sept. 20).

Junior • 2007
Named the team’s Most Improved Player ... Repeated as a member of the 2007 ZAG/NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad ... Started 16 of the team’s 17 games in goal ... Surrendered just 10 goals in Ivy play to rank third in the league in goals-against average (1.37) ... Allowed 29 overall goals for a 1.80 goals against average, good for fourth in the league ... Made 74 saves and had a .718 save percentage ... Recorded first collegiate win, 3-2, against New Hampshire Sept. 5 ... Recorded shutouts at Holy Cross Sept. 14 and Northeastern Oct. 3 ... Made a season-high nine saves in a 1-0 loss to No. 20 Princeton Oct. 20 and stopped six shots on four other occasions.

Sophomore • 2006
Named to NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad ... Made collegiate debut Sept. 4 against Massachusetts ... Played 19:35, recording one save and not allowing a goal.

Freshman • 2005
Selected to the NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad.

Before Harvard
Two-year letterwinner and starter in field hockey at Deerfield ... Also a one-year letterwinner and starter in lacrosse and crew ... Selected to as a league All-Star and to the All-New England Tournament team as a senior ... Cum Laude Society ... Head of the Community Service Board ... Gunther Science Award ... Junior Community Service Award ... Alumni Award for Service.

Government Concentrator ... Aunt, Katey Stone, is the Harvard women's hockey head coach ... Father, Mike, is the head baseball coach at Massachusetts.