|High School:||St. John's|
As A Graduate Student (2012): Missed the entire season due to injury.
Before Franklin Pierce: Played his freshman and sophomore seasons at Providence College (2008-09), then transferred to UMass for his junior and senior seasons (2010-11) ... during his freshman season he scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over West Virginia (10/11/08) ... named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week (10/13/08) ... started three matches during his sophomore season of 2009, but missed most of the campaign with an injury ... transferred to UMass for the 2010 and as a junior started 15 of 18 games played and scored game-winning goal against Rhode Island (10/16) ... did not see any game action as a senior at UMass (2011).
High School: Played four years at St. John's H.S. ... recorded 36 career goals and 31 assists ... became the first freshman since 1983 to start on the St. John's varsity squad ... was a two-time Central Massachusetts All-Star and was named to the Central Mass. Telegram and Gazette Super Team in 2007 ... earned All-State and Central Mass. District Tournament MVP honors in 2007 ... named among the top-12 players under the age of 18 in New England by TopDrawerSoccer.com ... helped St. John's to a 69-15-5 record in four seasons ... in 2007, St. John's finished with a 23-1-1 mark and captured the state title as his team was ranked No. 14 nationally by NSCAA ... also played club soccer for Juventus USA where he led the team to the 2007 state title.
Personal: Son of Mark and Regin Stoker ... has two brothers, Geoff and Cam ... currently pursuing his master's degree in Energy and Sustainability Studies at Franklin Pierce.