2000 —?Played in all 24 matches, starting four …?Finished fifth on the team in scoring with 19 points on eight goals and three assists …?Scored two goals, including the game winner in a 5-0 victory over Georgia State on Aug. 27 …?Also scored twice against Oregon on Oct. 15 and against Arizona on Sept. 5 …?Saw significant action in all five of UCLA’s NCAA Tournament matches.
1999 — Earned second-team All-Pac-10 honors … UCLA’s second-leading scorer with 24 points and 10 goals … Scored UCLA’s lone goal in the 1-0 win over No. 25 Wake Forest … Tied for seventh in the Pac-10 in goals scored and tied for eighth in points … Recorded a team-high four game-winning goals against No. 25 Wake Forest, San Diego State, Arizona State and Oregon State … Held the team’s longest scoring streak of the season, recording goals in a career-high four consecutive games from Sept. 10-26 …?Ranked fourth on the team with four assists … UCLA was 11-0 when she scored a goal or an assist … Played in the US Youth Soccer adidas Cup … Scored the lone goal in the win over the U.S. U-16 Girls National Team and a goal and an assist in the 2-1 win over the U-18 German National Team.
1998 — Second-team All-Far West and one of only two freshmen to earn first-team All-Pac-10 honors … Second-team freshman All-American, All-West freshman and third-team All-West by Soccer Buzz … UCLA’s leading scorer with 31 points … Tournament MVP at the USF diadora Classic … Named Pac-10 Player of the Week on Sept. 14 … Scored a goal and two assists in the win over No. 11 Nebraska … Scored the game-winner to clinch the overtime win over CS Fullerton … Ranked second in points and assists and tied for third in goals scored in the Pac-10 … Holds the UCLA freshman record for assists … Led the team in game-winning goals … UCLA was 12-2 when she scored a goal or an assist … Named Team MVP Offense.
High School/Club —First-team All-CIF, All-CCS and team MVP honors in 1997 and ’98 … Earned all-league honors in 1996-98 … League MVP in 1998 and offensive MVP in 1997 … Led her team in scoring in 1997 (31g, 11a) and 1998 (33g, 17a) … Earned “Athlete of the Week” honors in 1997 and 1998 by the San Jose Mercury News … Served as team captain in 1998 … Lettered four years in soccer and three years in track and field … Named Varsity MVP in 1996 … Member of the club team Central Valley Mercury, which won the three consecutive national championships and four Regional Championships … Member of the California North State Championship teams in 1992-94 and 1996-98 … Led the Mercury to the U-19 San Diego Surf Cup Championship in 1994 and 1996 … Member of the U-19 Premier League Championship squad in 1995-98 … Scored 52 goals and 20 assists in 1996 and 58 goals and 17 assists in 1997 … Featured in Sports Illustrated’s “Faces in the Crowd” in October 1996 for scoring all four goals in the U-16 National Championship game.
Personal — Full name is Staci Nicole Duncan … Parents are James and Elaine Duncan … Has one brother, Todd … Born August 31, 1980 in Van Nuys, CA … Sociology major.