9  Raven Edwards
Raven  Edwards

RS Junior

West Orange, N.J.

High School:
West Orange






#Seawolves take down Seton Hall 2-1

Redshirt senior Ashley Castanio set a new season-high with 10 saves


Edwards brace not enough as #Seawolves fall to Saints 3-2

The two goals marked the first multi-goal game in the redshirt sophomore's career


Stony Brook Athletics places record 70 athletes on America East Fall Honor Roll

Stony Brook student-athletes continue to make their mark in the classroom.


Women's soccer edged by No. 9 Maryland in NCAA 1st round

Ashley Castanio makes a career-high nine saves in net for the Seawolves.


Women's soccer draws Maryland in the NCAA Tournament

The America East Champion Seawolves and Terrapins kick off Saturday night at 7 p.m. in College Park, Md.


Women's soccer vs. Fairfield - 9-14-14

Women's soccer photos from their match at Fairfield on September 14, 2014


Women's Soccer vs. Delaware State 8/24/14

Pictures from Stony Brook's 1-0 win over Delaware State at LaValle Stadium on Aug. 24.

2015: Tied-for-8th in school history with 18 career goals...finished the regular-season second in the conference with nine goals...named the America East Player of the Week for the week of Oct. 11 after scoring three goals, two of which were game-winners, in wins over Albany and New Hampshire...scored a goal vs. CCSU on Aug. 28...had assists vs. Drexel and Wagner on Aug. 30 and Sep. 4, respectively...scored a goal in a win over Fairleigh Dickinson on Sep. 13...scored the Seawolves' goal in a 1-1 tie vs. Yale on Sep. 20...scored both goals in Stony Brook's 2-2 tie with Fairfield on Sep. 23...scored the game-winning goal vs. Albany on Oct. 8...scored two goals, including the game-winner with three minutes left to knock off the first-place UNH Wildcats on Oct. 11...scored the only Stony Brook goal in a 1-1 tie at Binghamton on Oct. 15...led the Seawolves with 52 shots and 26 shots on goal.

2014: Led Stony Brook with four goals and also added an assist on the season...scored two goals at Siena on Aug. 28...scored the game-winning goal against Fordham on Sep. 21...added a goal against UMass Lowell on Sep. 28...assisted on a goal against UMBC on Oct. 5.


2012: Named to the America East All-Rookie Team...started all 22 games and compiled five goals and two assists...scored her first collegiate goal, the game-winning goal, on Aug. 24 at Wagner...netted the game-winner against Army in overtime on Aug. 31...named Big Apple Soccer Women's Player of the Week on Sept. 3...assisted on Sa'sha Kershaw's game-winning goal vs. Manhattan on Sept. 14...assisted on Tessa Devereaux's goal against Lehigh on Sept. 16...scored an 84th-minute equalizer in a 1-1 draw vs. Loyola on Sept. 21...scored the game-winning goal in double overtime at New Hampshire on Oct. 18...named the America East Rookie of the Week on Oct. 22.

High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner at West Orange High School...scored 77 goals in her high school career, including 39 as a senior and was the second-leading scorer in the state...named first-team All-Essex County from 2008-12...named first-team All-Conference in 2008-11.

Personal: Raven Edwards...born December 24, 1993 in Pompton Plains, N.J...daughter of Eric and Roz Edwards...father played football at Upsala College from 1980-82...brother, Chris, played soccer at Rutgers from 2007-11.

Edwards's Fun Facts: Favorite sports hero: Lionel Messi...Favorite non-sports hero: Barack Obama...Profession I admire most: doctor...Person in history I'd most like to meet: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr...Most impressive person I've ever met: Jozy Altidore.

Raven Edwards Career Statistics
2015 18/16 1392 9 2 20 52 26 2
2014 17/17 1187 4 1 9 26 13 1
2012 22/22 1478 5 2 12 40 11 3
TOTAL 57/55 4057 18 5 41 118 50 6