AS A JUNIOR IN 2018
One of nine Tritons to appear in all 19 games, drawing eight starts ... Played in both holding central midfield and center back roles ... Both goals were winners, to tie for team lead ... Scored what proved to be first collegiate winner in 67th minute vs. Azusa Pacific (9/1), completing well-worked set piece as Jeff Powers headed down Jonathan Sabouri's free kick for Stoop to fire home from close range ... Earned start in next match vs. Concordia Irvine (9/6) as holding central midfielder, playing all 99:59 of 1-0 shutout and drawing foul which led to Christian Cordell's winner with one second left in overtime ... Stole ball and assisted Nick Cirrito on 42nd-minute game-winner vs. Saint Martin's (9/10).
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2017
One of six Tritons to appear in all 17 matches, drawing nine starts ... Started at holding central midfielder in opener at Biola (8/31) and played 94 minutes of scoreless draw ... Lone goal came from penalty spot as equalizer at 87:36 in 2-2 draw vs. Concordia Irvine (9/9) ... Assisted on overtime winner vs. No. 17 Cal Poly Pomona (9/29), getting head to Jeff Powers' free kick for Jonathan Sabouri to volley into back of net.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2016
Appeared in all 24 games, drawing six starts in defensive holding central midfield role ... Also played some at center back ... Part of defense that finished fourth nationally in team goals-against average (0.52) ... Made college debut in opener vs. Azusa Pacific (9/1), coming on midway through first half in central midfield and gaining credit for first shot, on goal ... Earned first starting assignment in very next match vs. Westmont (9/3), playing all 90 minutes in a second straight come-from-behind 2-1 victory ... First career points came in the form of first collegiate goal, the immensely important and timely equalizer in 66th minute of CCAA Tournament final in Turlock vs. Sonoma State (11/6), through a back-to-goal overhead kick off Uly de la Cal's throw-in.
Played for West Coast FC during the 2017 summer with current teammates Jared Andrews, Abraham Ordaz and Kelvin Uribe, going perfect 6-0 en route to winning title at US Youth Soccer Region IV Championships in Seattle, Wash. (6/25) ... Scored in 64th minute of regional final to pull his side within a goal at 3-2 as WCFC rallied from 3-0 deficit for 4-3 triumph ... Advanced to US Youth Soccer National Championships at Toyota Soccer Center in Frisco, Texas, going 2-2-1 and falling in national final (7/30) ... Also competed for West Coast FC from sophomore to senior year of high school ... 2016 US Youth Soccer Region IV Championships participant (1-1-1) in Boise, Idaho ... 2016 California Regional League (CRL) winner ... Dallas Cup semifinalist in 2015 and quarterfinalist in 2016 ... 2014 Southern California Developmental Soccer League (SCDSL) winner.
A 2016 graduate of Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Rancho Santa Margarita ... Three-year varsity player and senior team captain (profile) ... TeamSnap All-America Second Team, Winter All-Region and California State Star as a senior ... Orange County Register All-County First Team and Trinity League Defensive MVP as a senior ... Eagles' top goal-scorer in final year with 11 while playing center back, primarily by virtue of set pieces ... Helped SMCHS post eight consecutive shutouts ... Selected to play for Orange County All-Star team ... All-CIF Southern Section Division 1 Second Team as a junior ... All-Trinity League First Team as a junior and senior.
Born Nov. 23 in Newport Beach ... Parents are Eric and Pati Stoop ... Stepmother is Chantal Belanger ... Has two younger sisters named Robyn and Lucy ... Economics major at Roosevelt College ... Interested in working in soccer after graduating from UC San Diego ... Most memorable soccer moment is scoring tying goal in 2016 CCAA Tournament final against Sonoma State ... Favorite UC San Diego moment is defeating Midwestern State in 2016 NCAA Championship to advance to national semifinals ... Roots for Manchester United and LA Galaxy ... Top movie is Beasts of No Nation ... Listens to Isaiah Rashad.