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19   Stephen Werner
Stephen Werner


Chevy Chase, Md.

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 202



Last Team:
U.S. National Development Program

  • 2005-06 Stephen Werner Photo Gallery

    2005-06 Recorded two assists at Clarkson (10/15) and three on the weekend of Oct. 14-15 ... Scored one goal against Holy Cross (10/21) ... Had one assist at both New Hampshire (10/28) and Providence (11/4) ... Scored two goals and had one assist against Boston University (11/12). Had an assist at Vermont (11/22), vs. Merrimack (1/6), and vs. UMass Lowell (1/27) ... Added a goal and an assist vs. Colorado College (11/25), vs. Merrimack (12/6), at New Hampshire (1/21), and at UMass Lowell (2/4) ... Scored a goal vs. Bowling Green (12/29) ... Recorded an assist vs. Merrimack (1/6) ... Scored a goal and an assist at New Hampshire (1/21) ... Tallied an assist vs. UMass Lowell (1/27) ... Registered a goal vs. Boston College (2/3) ... Put up two points (1g, 1a) at UMass Lowell (2/4) ... Scored a goal in each game vs. Vermont (2/17 & 2/18) ... Scored the game winner on Senior night in last game at the Mullins Center vs. Northeastern (2/25) ... Registered an assist (3/3) and a goal (3/4) at Maine.

    As a junior in 2004-05: Game-by-Game Statistics
    Skated in all 38 games while serving as team Captain ... Led the team in scoring with 14 goals and 13 assists for 27 total points ... Ended the season tied for 19th in the league in points with 27 ... Tied for the nation's lead with four shorthanded goals while also leading the team and league ... Currently sits 13th on UMass all-time scoring list ... Had six multi-point games over the course of the season, including three in a row vs. Princeton (12/29), Nebraska-Omaha (12/30), and UMass Lowell (1/7), scoring three points in each game ... Was named the UMass/Dinn Bros. Athlete of the Week and CCM/Hockey East Player of the Week for his efforts (1/3) ... Netted a power play goal and three assists in season-opening 6-4 win over Clarkson (10/9) ... Scored the overtime goal and added an assist in 3-2 (OT) win over UMass Lowell (10/22) ... Contributed a goal in 8-2 win over Merrimack (11/5) ... Tallied a goal in 3-3 (OT) tie with Boston College (11/12) ... Scored UMass' lone goal in 3-1 loss against Colorado College (11/26) ... Recorded a goal in 3-2 win over Providence (12/3) ... Rounded out the regular season with a three game point streak (3g, 1a), scoring goals against Niagara (2/26) and Northeastern (3/4 & 3/5) ... Committed six penalties for 12 minutes.

    As a sophomore in 2003-04: Game-by-Game Statistics
    Followed up his impressive freshman season with a solid sophomore year ... Appeared in 33 games, scoring 24 points (7g, 17a), while committing nine penalties for 18 minutes and firing 57 shots on goal ... Part of Team USA's World Junior Championship team, scoring five goals to rank third on the team in scoring, and leading the entire tournament with two shorthanded goals ... Named Team USA's Player of the Game in a 4-3 win over Sweden, when he scored two goals ... Recorded six multi-point games, including two points (1g, 1a) in UMass' 6-3 win over UMass Lowell (3/11) in the Hockey East quarterfinals ... Dished out two assists in a game three times ... Had a hand in both of UMass' goals in its historic 2-1 win over Boston University (1/7) at Walter Brown Arena ... Scored a point in four straight games (10/11-10/31), equaling a career-long streak ... Tied for 26th on the school's all-time scoring chart as a sopomore, and 11th among Division I players.

    As a freshman in 2002-03: Game-by-Game Statistics
    Had one of the finest freshman seasons in UMass history, scoring 38 points (16g, 22a), while playing all 37 games ... Led the Minutemen with a +20 ratio and recorded only two penalties for four minutes ... UMass Rookie of the Year ... A unanimous selection for the Hockey East All-Rookie Team and won two Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors (2/24 and 3/17) ... Hockey East Rookie of the Month for March after scoring eight points (4g, 4a) in four games ... Named runner-up for Rookie of the Month accolades in December ... Selected as UMass Athlete of the Week on March 17 ... Scored four points against UMass Lowell (11/15), Dartmouth (11/30), and Merrimack (3/1) ... Selected as National Offensive Player of the Week after scoring eight points in a three-game span (11/26 - 12/1) ... Named to the All-Non Hotbed Team and U.S. NTDP Alumnus of the Week on Dec. 3 ... Selected to the Hockey East All-Tournament team ... Led all Hockey East freshmen in scoring and was sixth nationally ... Scored the most points for a UMass freshman since the Minutemen joined Hockey East in 1994-95 ... Tallied three points against Merrimack (1/11) and New Hampshire (3/14) ... Recorded 10 multi-point games altogether ... UMass' highest draft pick ever, being selected in the third round (No. 83 overall) by the Washington Capitals, his hometown team ... Was selected to participate in the United States Junior National Evaluation Camp.

    BEFORE UMASS: Played two seasons for Mike Eaves with the United States National Team Development Program ... Won a gold medal at the 2002 World Under-18 Championship held in Piestany, Slovakia ... Played in 54 games scoring 16 goals and 20 assists for 36 points to finish sixth on the team in scoring ... Also won a gold medal at the 2001 World Under-17 Challenge held in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia ... Finished the 2000-01 season with 12 goals and 23 assists for 35 points in 69 games ... Named to the All-Festival team at the 2000 USA Hockey Select 16 Festival held in St. Cloud, Minn. ... Played one season for the Washington Junior Capitals in the Metropolitan Junior Hockey League while also playing at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School ... Netted 32 goals and 45 assists for 77 points in 42 games during the 1999-00 season ... Played on the league All-Star team and was named Rookie of the Year for the MJHL ... Was twice named to the Washington Post All-Met team for high school ... Played two seasons with the Washington Little Capitals ... Scored 94 goals and 132 assists for 228 points in 107 games ... Also played lacrosse at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School.

    PERSONAL: Stephen Lloyd Werner... Born Aug. 8, 1984, in Washington, D.C. ... Son of Anthony and Marion Werner... A psychology major.

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