Stephanie Klenotich Class: 2007Sport: SoccerMAJOR: Brain and Cognitive Sciences

high school: Glenbard East High School, Lombard, Ill.ideal day off: Spending time with my best friends.

Favorite OTHER sport: RunningFavorite food: Thai foodfavorite movie: Not surePlans after college: Attend graduate school and participate in research of mental disorders.expectations for the season: Win the ECAC championship.

Favorite athletic memory: Beating Brandeis University this year in UAA competition.

Why Stephanie is the athlete of the Week: She netted two goals in UR’s 3-0 shutout over Case Western Reserve University.

Kevin Toolan Class: 2005Sport: FootballMAJOR: Economics

high school: Liverpool High School, Liverpool, N.Y. ideal day off: Hanging out with my dad.

Favorite OTHER sport: BasketballFavorite food: Turkey pot piefavorite movie: “Braveheart”Plans after college: Business management or graduate school.expectations for the season: To finish the season out with a big win against Hobart.

Favorite athletic memory: Beating the No. 2-ranked state high school football team on my homecoming day as a senior.

Why Kevin is the athlete of the Week: Kevin had a career-high six catches for 95 yards and a touchdown in his Senior Day game.

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