Adam Sthay begins his fourth year as an active player for the Lions?a strong athlete, who enters the year as the starting goalkeeper?very agile and capable of making big saves?spent the summer with the Jersey Shore Boca of the United Soccer League?s (USL) Premier Developmental
Played in 17 games and started in 16?earned All-WCC honorable mention accolades?led LMU to its first ever postseason win with a shutout of Cal State Northridge in the first round of the College Cup (Nov. 23)?tied the school record for single-season shutouts with six?collected a season-high five saves against Gonzaga (Nov.10)? totaled 49 saves and allowed 16 goals?named 2002 LMU Fall Classic All-Tournament.
Played in five games?posted a record of 1-1?his win came in a 1-0 shutout of California (Sept. 9)?played a total of 135:00 minutes?made six saves and allowed four goals.
Was third string goalkeeper behind all-conference keeper Jerad Bailey and backup Dan Sheridan.
Redshirted the season.
Sthay is a 1999 graduate of Punahou High School in Honolulu, HI?a three-year letterwinner in soccer?also participated in volleyball?as a junior, helped his soccer team garner the state championship and was named to the All-ILH second team and all-state first team?as a senior, led the team to the ILH Championship, finished second in the state, and was named to the All-ILH and all-state first team?named ?Soccer Player of the Year? by the Honolulu Bulls Soccer Club as a senior?earned the team?s Most Inspirational Award following his final campaign?prep coach was Bob Clague.
Adam Geoffrey Sthay was born on July 17, 1980 in Honolulu, HI?the son of William and Kathryn Sthay?is an only child?also recruited by Saint Mary?s and San Francisco State?names Hawai?i as his favorite vacation spot?a psychology major.