2011 Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention
Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week (Aug. 20-27)
Soccer News Net Women's Player of the Week (Aug. 20-27)
Soccer America Women's Team of the Week (Aug. 20-27)
2012 Collegesportsmadness.com All-Pac-12 Second Team
2012 Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention
JUNIOR (2012): Stuller came out as a leader in her junior season. She started every game and led the team with 18 points, 78 shots, 36 shots on goal and three game-winning goals. She scored eight goals and contributed two assists on her way to setting records and earning numerous honors. She scored her first six goals in the first four games, becoming just the third player in CU history to have three multiple goal games in a single season. Her impressive start helped her to Player of the Week nods from the Pac-12 and Soccer News Net, back-to-back CU Athlete of the Week honors and a spot on Soccer America Women's Team of the Week. In her other scoring games, she took four shots total (all on goal) to net against Wyoming (2-0) and California (2-3). Her assists helped the Buffs to victory against Air Force (2-0) and to their first-ever Pac-12 road win, a 1-0 double overtime triumph at USC. In the CU season record books, she ranked fifth for shots attempted and SOG and tied for eighth in goals and game-winning goals. Among CU juniors, she ranked third in shots and tied Nikki Marshall for fourth in goals and fifth in points. She also made her mark in the conference, ranking third in shots and SOG, tying for eighth in goals and tying for ninth in goals per game.
SOPHOMORE (2011): She started 18 of the 19 games she played, earning a spot as one of CU's top performers. She led the team with 49 shots, 22 of which were on goal. Her average of 2.58 shots per game ranked her eighth on the Pac-12 list. She was the Buffaloes' leading scorer, along with Kate Russell, netting four goals and earning nine points in her 1,341 minutes. Her four goals tied her for eighth on CU's all-time list for sophomores, while her 49 shots landed her at fourth. Her first goal was in the team's first game, a 5-0 win against Colorado College. She was the only Buff to score more than once in a game, adding both of the team's goals in a 2-2 tie against Arizona. It took her just two shots to find the net two games later as the Buffs fell 2-1 to Washington State.
FRESHMAN (2010): Stuller's freshman campaign had a large bump in the road as she sat out nine games in the middle of the season due to mono. She started six of the 11 games she played in, and she scored one goal, which proved to be a big one, as it was the game winner in Colorado's 2-1 overtime win over Kansas that kept the Buffaloes in contention for the Big 12 Championship tournament. Stuller attempted 16 shots on the season with seven of them on goal.
HIGH SCHOOL: She earned four letters in soccer at Boulder's Fairview High School. She owns school records for most goals in a season (21) and career (50). As a junior and senior, she earned honorable mention ESPN Rise All-America, first-team All-Colorado and first-team All-State (5A) by the Denver Post. A two-time Colorado Class 5A Player of the Year, she was also the Front Range League Player of the Year, first-team All-Front Range League and first-team All-County by the Boulder Daily Camera. As a sophomore, she earned All-Centennial League honors and was named All-Boulder County by the Boulder Daily Camera. She played for the Colorado Storm Soccer Club under coach Scott Dedycker and helped the team to a state championship in 2010 and a championship at the Disney Cup in 2009. She was also a member of the Colorado Olympic Development Program team in 2007-08.
IN THE CLASSROOM: She is a philosophy major at Colorado.
PERSONAL: A Boulder native, she was born November 15, 1991 to Stu and Sue Stuller. She has one brother, Scott who plays football at Western State College. Her mother was a gymnast at Oregon and her father a gymnast at the Wisconsin-Lacrosse. Her aunt, Shawna Baxter, played softball and volleyball at Oregon and her uncle, Clifford Baxter, played football at Idaho State. Her grandfather, Walter Stuller, played minor league baseball while her other grandfather, Bill Baxter, played football at the Idaho. Her hobbies are camping, skiing, cooking and playing Nintendo-64.