Honors & Awards
Stevens set a career high for consecutive scoreless minutes, with 204:40 minutes of scoreless work in goal over a three-game span in 2012.
Stevens notched a pair of shutouts in 2013, while also delivering 77:53 minutes of perfect play in goal against Southeast Missouri State. Amy Swearer played the final 10:07 in a 4-0 Husker win over the Redhawks.
Stevens held opponents to a goal or less nine times on the year in 19 games played.
Stevens totaled five or more saves seven times on the year, including a season-high nine stops in a 4-1 loss at Illinois on Oct. 21.
Stevens produced her first career shutout in a 6-0 win over Arkansas on Sept. 2 and nearly picked up a second straight shutout two days later against Northern Arizona. She left the game against the Lumberjacks with a 6-0 lead, but the Huskers gave up a goal down the stretch in the 8-1 victory.
During a three-game stretch from Sept. 2 to Sept. 9 against Arkansas, Northern Arizona and Virginia Tech, Stevens posted a then career-high 203:39 consecutive scoreless minutes.
Stevens added her second career shutout in the Huskers' first Big Ten road game, when Nebraska beat Purdue, 3-0, in West Lafayette, Ind.
Stevens held the Iowa Hawkeyes scoreless for 98:56 in a 1-0 overtime win at the Nebraska Soccer Field on Oct. 20.
She snagged a career-high 11 saves on the road at Ohio State on Oct. 16 to help the Huskers win 3-2 in a game the Buckeyes blasted 26 shots on the afternoon.
Stevens played all 90 minutes in Nebraska's season-opening 3-0 loss to New Mexico, but bounced back to play 21 minutes in a shutout over Loyola Chicago, 2-0, in Nebraska's next game. She also played 36 minutes in NU's 4-0 shutout of IUPUI.
Stevens started two other non-conference games and four conference contests during the year, including Nebraska's Big 12 opener against Texas. She held the Longhorns to one goal and had a then-career-high five saves in the 2-1 win to help the Huskers improve to 14-1-0 in conference openers. She improved her then-career high to seven saves two weeks later during Nebraska's 4-1 win over Iowa State.
As a senior, Stevens posted 121 saves while leading the Sharks to a 19-4-2 record, including 12-0-2 in conference play to claim first in their league. Stevens earned two shutouts in the state tournament, before Santiago was eliminated in the quarterfinals. She claimed 11 shutouts during the season.
During her junior campaign, Stevens led Santiago to its third state semifinal in three seasons, as the Sharks claimed a league championship with a 15-4-9 overall mark. She collected 142 saves to help her team go undefeated in league play at 7-0-1.
During her sophomore year, Santiago posted a 14-7-4 record behind 95 saves from Stevens. As a freshman, Stevens helped the Sharks advance to the state semifinals by allowing only one goal and collecting 25 saves, before Santiago fell to the eventual champions. The team claimed a 21-6-4 mark overall, and went 8-1-1 to claim its first league title.
For her efforts, Stevens was named to the all-league team three times, the all-county team twice and the all-state first team twice. She also earned second-team all-state honors as a sophomore, and was league MVP twice, while being voted captain of her high school team for three years.
In the classroom, Stevens won the scholar athlete award four times. As valedictorian of her high school class, Stevens finished with a 4.45 grade-point average and was named the Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year for her school district.
Stevens' Career Highs
Saves - 11 at Ohio State (10/16/11)
Shutouts - 10, last vs. Southeastern Louisiana (11/15/13)
Consecutive Scoreless Minutes - 293:34 (10/18/13-10/27/13 - missed final 20:51 of 10/25/13)