2  Sa'sha Kershaw
Sa'sha Kershaw


Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Loch Raven






Stony Brook Athletics celebrates at the Wolfies

Stony Brook hosts its annual end-of-year awards banquet.


Stony Brook places 51 student-athletes on America East Fall Honor Roll

Seawolves continue to post strong performances in the classroom.


Seawolves' historic season honored by Big Apple Soccer

Run to the NCAA Tournament named a Top 10 Moment of the Year


Ryan to speak at 2013 NSCAA Convention

Convention will be held Jan. 16-20 in Indianapolis, Ind.


Kershaw, Fernandez named to NSCAA All-Region teams

Kershaw named second-team All-Northeast Region, Fernandez named third-team

2012: Named first-team All-Conference...named second-team All-Northeast Region by the NSCAA...started all 22 games in central midfield and led the team with 2,070 minutes played...scored six goals and added three assists for 15 points...scored on a free kick in the America East Quarterfinals against New Hampshire on Oct. 25...earned an assist on the game-tying goal in the America East Semifinals against Maine on Oct. 28...named Most Outstanding Player of the America East Championship...named to the America East All-Tournament team...scored Stony Brook's first goal of the 2012 season against Rhode Island on Aug. 17...scored the game-winner in the 86th minute against Manhattan on Sept. 14...assisted on the game-tying goal and scored the game-winning tally vs. Lehigh on Sept. 16...named America East Player of the Week on Sept. 17...converted a penalty kick in the 66th minute to help earn a 1-1 draw at UMBC on Oct. 14.

2011: Named second-team All-Conference...started all 17 games...tied for the team lead in goals (3) and points (7)...registered 26 shots...scored the game-winning goal and assisted on the game-tying goal in the season opener against Iona...named to the All-Tournament team at the JMU/Fairfield Inn by Marriott Tournament in Harrisonburg, Va. on Aug. 28...scored the game-tying goal against Fairfield on Sept. 18 on a penalty kick...scored against Albany in the season finale on Oct. 23.

2010: Started all 18 games ... had three goals and two assists ... tallied an assist against Siena (8/27) ... converted penalty kick in 2-2 tie with Sacred Heart (9/10) ... scored in 4-1 victory over Manhattan (9/19) ... tallied Seawolves first goal in 2-1 over Binghamton in regular season finale (10/24).

2009: Appeared in all 19 games, making 16 starts ... named to America East All-Rookie team ... tied for team lead in goals (six) ... led team in points (14) ... scored goal in four of final six games ... scored first collegiate goal against Quinnipiac (9/10) ... tallied first collegiate assist in win over New Hampshire (9/27) ... scored in 2-1 victory over Boston University (10/15) ... converted penalty kick in win over Albany (10/29) in America East quarterfinals ... scored against Boston University (11/1) in America East semifinals.

High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Loch Raven High School ... was a two-time all-state, all-county, all-metro and all-conference selection ... a two-time captain and team MVP as well as a three-time All-Academic honoree at Loch Raven .... registered 15 goals and 12 assists as a senior after tallying 12 goals and 10 assists as a junior ... six year member of the Maryland Olympic Development program ... part of the Region I pool in 2008 ... played for the Freestate Shooters club team ... led the Shooters to the state title in 2004 and 2008 when they were the #3 ranked club team in the country.

Personal: Sa'sha Monet Rogers Kershaw...born April 23, 1991...daughter of Julie Kershaw.

Kershaw Fun Facts: Favorite Actor: Will Smith...Favorite Sports Hero: Reggie Bush...Person I look up to most is: My mom...What Makes Me A Good Soccer Player: My heart.

Sa'sha Kershaw Career Statistics
2012 22/22 2070 6 3 15 30 12 2
2011 17/17 1392 3 1 7 26 9 1
2010 18/18 1539 3 2 8 19 8 0
2009 19/16 1372 6 2 14 18 8 0
TOTAL 76/73 6373 18 8 44
93 37 3