As a junior: Despite missing eight matches due to injury, Stoner finished the season second on the team in kills, with 285... Appeared in 27 matches (105 games), earning 25 starts... Averaged a team-best 2.71 kills per game... Her .167 attack percentage was good for fourth on the squad, while her 24 aces ranked third... Registered 207 digs on the season, good for fifth overall... Boasted a .917 reception percentage in 528 total attempts... Put up 25 bloocks (5 solo) and 324 total points (3.09/game)... Reached double-digit kills 16 times... Team-most eight double-doubles... Matched her career-high with 21 kills in signature win over Boston College, the program's first-ever victory over a BCS opponent... Tied career mark with five aces vs. Manhattan College one day prior... Bryant Invitational All-Tournament Team selection... Named to the NEC Academic Honor Roll.
As a sophomore: Appeared in all 34 matches, starting in 33 while playing in all but one set in her second season... Finished second on the team in kills (351), kills per set (2.81), service aces (29) and points (397, 3.18/set)... Finished fourth on the team in digs with 228 and put up 34 total blocks on the year... Boasted a .865 reception percentage... Recorded a career-high 21 kills at Columbia on Sept. 18... Served up a career-best five aces the next day against league rival Fairleigh Dickinson to help the Bulldogs to a five-set win... Earned all-tournament team honors in the season-opening Toledo Tournament... Posted six double-doubles on the season and collected double-digit kill totals in 17 matches... Named to Northeast Conference Academic Honor Roll... Earned an All-Independent All-Academic Team nod.
As a freshman: Appeared in all 35 matches, starting in 16 and playing in all but one set... Was hot-handed to start her freshman campaign and was among the top three in kills the entire season... Earned all-tournament honors in her first three career tournaments (Navy, Sacred Heart, Holy Cross)... Finished the year third on the team in kills (298) and points (331), fourth in digs (181) and fifth in service aces (19)... Named to the NEC All-Academic Honor Roll.
Before Bryant: A 2008 graduate of Durango High School, Stoner was a three-year varsity starter... Led team to the Southwest League Championship and third-place finish at the Colorado State Championships in 2006... Took first-place honors at the King of the Mountain Doubles Tournament as a sophomore and junior... Named all-state selection... Team captain in 2007... Named Team MVP and first team all-conference as a senior... Led team to a pair of undefeated seasons and back-to-back league championships in 2006 and 2007... Two-year student council member... Recipient of the Renaissance Award given to students in the top 10 percent... Named an all-academic first team selection in 2006 and 2007.
Personal: Daughter of Ron and Carol Stoner, Jazmin C. Stoner was born July 19, 1990.