Height 5'8"
Year First Year
City/State Baltimore, Md.
High School Bryn Mawr School
Major Enrolled in Columbia College
School: CC
Birthdate November 11, 1998


2018: Finsihesd the season with 13 points on 11 goals and two assists, along with 35 draw controls...Scored two goals in regular season finale vs. Princeton (4/28)... Three draw controls and two ground balls in win over Brown (4/21)... Three draw controls on the road at Wagner (3/28)... Two goals and a team-high six draw controls in a home win over Harvard (3/25)... Collected two draw controls on the road at #22 Cornell (3/10)... An all-around performance with a goal and an assist, four draw controls, three ground balls ad a caused turnover in a home win vs. Radford (3/6)... Three draw controls in the Lions Ivy League opener at Dartmouth (3/3)... Two goals and five draw controls vs. Arizona St. (2/26)... Tallied first career hat trick and an assist in the Lions home opener vs. Lehigh (2/24)... Scored first collegiate goal and tallied three draw controls in win at Farifield (2/21)...

2018 16-13 11 2 13 3-10 13 35 4

Enrolled in Columbia College... The Stuzin name continues to lend its strength to Columbia Athletics as her father Ken Stuzin ('86CC, '93CBS) competed as a lightweight rower for the Lions.

Prior To Columbia: Devon Stuzin, sister of junior defender Madeleine Stuzin, will continue the family affair for the Lions this season as the third pair of siblings on the team. After consecutive All-ISPL seasons as a midfielder at Mercersburg Academy, Stuzin spent two years at the Bryn Mawr School for her junior and senior campaigns.

A dual-sport athlete in both soccer and lacrosse, Stuzin posted an efficient senior campaign with the sticks, including 21 goals, three assists, 66 draw controls and 33 groundballs as a midfielder. Stuzin’s ability to track the ball and down right uncanny work ethic will be another welcoming addition to the midfield unit.

Outstanding in the classroom, Stuzin is a two-time recognized Commended Scholar and a two-time recipient of the Scholar-Athlete Award.

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Highlights: 14 Goals By The Lions To Outlast Harvard