2023 MLS Regular Season
2023 MLS Regular Season
Career Summary

Forward acquired from the Washington Spirit in exchange for forward Danesha Adams on Jan. 13, 2014.

2016 NWSL: Made 12 appearances (three starts) … Provided two assists

2015 NWSL: Appeared in three games (two starts) ... Underwent surgery to repair right ACL tear at Boston Breakers on 4/26

2014 NWSL: Has appeared in 18 games (14 starts, 2 assists) …Assisted Nina Burger’s game winning goal in 2-1 victory at Western New York Flash on 5/31… Assisted Osinachi Ohale’s goal off a corner kick at Washington Spirit on 5/26

2013 NWSL: Appeared in 22 games (21 starts) and tallied one goal and two assists with Washington Spirit in first professional season … Played the third most minutes (1,842) of any player on the club … Joined Canberra United of the Westfield W-League (Australia) on loan on Sept. 23, 2013

INTERNATIONAL: 2013: Named MVP of the Four Nations Tournament in Spain (Feb. 22-March 5), recording two goals and three assists as the U.S. U-23 women’s national team won the competition against Sweden, England and Norway under Dash head coach Randy Waldrum …

COLLEGE: 2011 West Coast Conference Player of the Year at the University of San Diego … Two-time NSCAA All-American (second-team in 2011 and third-team in 2010) … Scored 25 goals and registered 31 assists in 86 games across four seasons with Toreros … Led San Diego to first WCC championship in school history … Three-time first-team All-WCC selection … 2011: Named to NSCAA second-team All-America team … Named West Coast Conference Player of the Year to become first player in USD history to earn award … Led Toreros to share of WCC championship for first women’s soccer title in school history … Scored eight goals and added a career-high 14 assists … Led WCC with nine assists in eight conference games … Helped guide USD to Sweet 16 of NCAA tournament, the furthest tournament run in program history … 2010: Named to NSCAA third-team All-America team … first-team All-WCC … Totaled eight goals and seven assists in 21 games … Led Toreros to at-large bid in NCAA tournament … 2009: First-team All-WCC … NSCAA All-West second-team selection …  Scored six goals and tallied eight assists in 21 games … Helped USD to at-large bid in NCAA tournament … 2008: Earned All-WCC honorable mention and was named to the All-WCC Freshman team … Registered three goals and two assists and appeared in 22 games (13 starts) … Part of Torero team that reached second round of NCAA tournament.

PERSONAL: Full name is Stephanie Elise Ochs … Attended Patrick Henry High School in San Diego … Played for Surf Soccer club … She is the daughter of Carol and David Ochs...was heavily recruited by Long Beach State, UC Santa Barbara, Washington and Boston College...chose to attend USD because of the great academics, the location, beautiful campus and the outstanding soccer program....Enjoys the outdoors, music, traveling, the beach and spending time with friends and family.