#10 Sarah Stram
|HOMETOWN||Elk Grove Village, Ill. (Elk Grove HS)|
2015 (Junior) Stram, who becomes the first Beaver to be named First-Team All-NSIC in back-to-back seasons since Ashlee Ellefsen was bestowed the honor following the 2009 and 2010 campaigns, Stram appeared in all 19 games and started in 18 of them for the Beavers...She led the team and was sixth in the league netting 10 goals...Six of her goals stood as game-winners...She led the team with six assists for a total of 26 points, which led the team and tied for eighth on BSU's single-season list... She was named First-Team Academic All-District 7 following the seasonn for her work in the classroom.
Named to 2014 NSCAA All-Central Region Second Team, played in all 19 games and started in 18 of them, she led in team in goals (12), she was second on the team in assists (6), and she led the team in points with 30. She played a total of 1452 minutes.
With a breakout freshman year, Stram played in all 19 games and recorded 17 starts… Scored her first career goal versus Missouri Western (Sept. 6) and first collegiate assist against Wayne State (Sept. 29)… Finished the season first on the team with 19 points and seven goals (tied for team lead) and five assists… Recorded three points versus Wayne State (Sept. 29)… Had two game-winning goals… Attempted 50 shots and put 24 of those shots on frame.
Prior to BSU
A four-year starter for the Elk Grove High School Grenadiers, Stram is also a member of the Chicago Sockers FC club program... Competing in the Elite Club National League (ECNL), the Sockers FC posted an 8-8-4 record in 2012... Was a co-captain of her high school team this past spring.
Sarah Elizabeth Stram... Born April 5, 1995... Daughter of Greg and Linda Stram... Her mother was a four-year letter winner for the Michigan State University track and field team and a former touring player for the Women's Professional Racquetball Association... A regular on the Elk Grove High School Honor Roll... Majoring in Pre-Veterinary Science with a minor in Spanish.
Career Single-Game Highs
Goals: 2, x4 last Northwest Missouri State (9/13/15)
Assists: 2, x4 last vs Northern Michigan (9/9/16)
Points: 5, Northwest Missouri State (9/13/15)
SOG: 8, Northwest Missouri State (9/13/15)