Erin Acone, a 2006 graduate of Stonehill, is one of the most decorated student-athletes in the history of the College. She helped lead the program to a pair of NCAA Division II Championships during her freshman and junior seasons with the team posting a combined 68-8 overall record during her career, including a 39-0 mark in Northeast-10 play and winning four regular season and tournament championships.
Acone played 76 games over her career and was the eighth student-athlete in NCAA Division II history to reach 300 career points, finishing with 311 points on 227 goals and 84 assists. The four-time first team IWLCA All-American still ranks third in program history for career goals and points, while also ranking sixth in assists. Acone posted 70 goals and 19 assists for 89 points as a junior to lead Stonehill to a 21-0 record and its second National Championship in program history. She followed that up with 61 goals and 29 assists for 90 points as a senior.
Acone is the only two-time Capital One Academic All-America selection in Stonehill history, receiving the honors her junior and senior seasons. The four time All-Northeast-10 pick was named the Conference Player of the Year her sophomore, junior and senior seasons.