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Joe Stoakley
Joe Stoakley

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Torrance, CA

High School:
West Torrance HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 180

Position:
F

Birthdate:
03/30/1984

Experience:
3V



Briefly...
Joe Stoakley enters his fifth season at LMU, and fourth athletically after medically redshirting in 2004...hard-working forward that finds ways to put balls in the back of the net...has scored some very important goals for the Lions in his career...with four years of experience, will be a major contributor this season...

At LMU... 2005...
appeared in 13 games with two starts... made first start of the season against Northwestern (Oct. 21)... second start was at home against Portland (Oct. 30)... recorded 11 shots, with three on goal... had a season-high four shots against West Virginia (Oct. 12)...

2004...
appeared in the first four games of the LMU season, but suffered an injury and was granted a medical redshirt... scored a goal in LMU's win over American (Sept. 12)...

2003...
played in 19 games and started one of those games...finished second among Lions in goals scored (4)...had a multi-goal (2) game against San Diego State (Nov. 5)...picked up his only assist of the year against UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 5)...totaled 18 shots on the season, nine of which were shots on goal...was named to the Falcon Invitational All-Tournament team...

2002...
saw action in five games...

High School...
Stoakley is a 2002 graduate of West Torrance High School in Torrance, CA...a three-time letterwinner...was an All-Bay League pick as a junior and senior...served as team captain in his final campaign...selected as a Division III All-CIF third-team member as a junior...prep coach was Mike Shimizu...

Personal...
Joseph Michael Stoakley was born on Mar. 30, 1984 in Los Angeles, CA...the son of Michael and Janet Stoakley...has one sister, Alison...enjoys playing soccer and going out with friends in his spare time...names Australia as his favorite vacation spot...a Civil Engineering major.

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