Honors & Awards:
- 2014 All-Sun Belt First Team
- 2014 Sun Belt All-Tournament Team
- 2014 College Sports Madness All-Sun Belt First Team
- Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Week – Sept. 30, 2014
- 2013 College Sports Madness All-Indepedent First Team
- College Sports Madness Independent Player-of-the-Week - Oct. 7, 2013
- College Sports Madness Independent Player-of-the-Week - Oct. 14, 2013
- 2011 All-CAA Second Team
- 2011 CAA All-Tournament Team
- Dean's List – 2011 Fall Semester, 2012 Fall Semester, 2013 Fall Semester and 2014 Spring Semester
- Athletic Director’s Honor Roll – 2012 Spring Semester and 2013 Spring Semester
Career: Stephen McGill started all 58 matches he played during his four-year career at Georgia State. He totaled more than 4,731 minutes played. McGill scored 12 goals and recorded eight assists for a total of 32 career points. He attempted 101 shots, including 40 on target.
2014: Named to the first team All-Sun Belt Conference … Started all 18 matches and played more than 1,511 minutes as a senior … Finished the season ranked in the top 5 of the Sun Belt standings in points and goals and was tied for eighth in assists … Led the team in goals scored (4) and points (10) … Finished tied for the team lead with two assists … Recorded a career high with three points in Panthers’ 3-1 win over regionally-ranked Lipscomb (9/26) … Assisted on Tyler Alexander’s match-winning goal and scored GSU’s third from the penalty spot … Scored from 40 yards out at NJIT (10/11) in Sun Belt action … Picked up an assisted on Jad Elkhlil’s match-winning goal against North Florida (9/13) … Scored the match-winner to lead Georgia State past Jacksonville (10/21) … Found the back of the net in the Panthers’ 4-0 win at Howard (10/31) … Attempted 34 shots on the season, including 11 on target … Took a season-high five shots at Howard and took four against Jacksonville … Fired a season-high four shots on target at Howard while finishing with two on goal versus Lipscomb and Jacksonville.
2013: Named to the College Sports Madness All-Independent first team ... Selected as the College Sports Madness Independent Player of the Week twice ... Started 18 games totaling more than 1,500 minutes ... Finished the season tied for second with 11 points, third with four goals and second with three assists ... Assisted on Amiri Abraham’s game-tying goal against No. 6 Washington (9/22) ... Scored two goals against UNCG (10/1) including the game-tying goal on a free kick with 36 second left in regulation and the game-winner in overtime ... Scored against Wofford (10/8) to force overtime ... Assisted on Andy Anglade’s game-winning goal at Georgia Southern (10/11) and Amiri Abraham’s game-winner against No. 9 Furman (10/23) ... Also found the back of the net against Appalachian State (10/26) ... Named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester.
2012: Started the first match at Jacksonville (8/24) before an injury ended his season … Will still have two years of eligibility remaining.
2011: Named Second Team All-CAA ... Started 21 games for team that received an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament ... Scored four goals and recorded three assists for 11 points ... Was the first GSU player since 2004 to score three penalty kick goals in one season ... Scored the game-tying goal in GSU’s 2-1 win in the quarterfinals of the CAA Tournament vs. William & Mary (11/10) ... Slotted home the game-winning goal on a penalty kick versus Mercer (10/9) ... Scored the game winner on a penalty kick in overtime to beat Hofstra 1-0 (10/1) ... Found the back of the net from the penalty spot at No. 11 Old Dominion (10/19) ... Assisted on the game-winning goals in a 1-0 win at NC State (9/27) and a 1-0 victory against UNCW (10/12).
2010 (Clemson): Played in 16 matches for Clemson, starting nine ... Notched a goal and finished second on the team with three assists for five points ... Scored his first career goal in the Tigers’ 1-1 tie vs. Georgia Southern on Oct. 19 ... Collected two assists in Clemson’s 3-1 victory over NC State on Oct. 31... Fired 13 shots, six on goal ... Assisted on Clemson’s game-winning, overtime goal to knock off 18th-ranked Duke by a 2-1 margin.
Prep: Played for St. Pius X Catholic High School in Atlanta, Ga. for head coach Killibrew Bailey ... Was named to the all-county team in 2009 and 2010 ... Also played for the Concorde Fire Club team for head coach Ken Kurilec ... Was nominated for the Gatorade Player of the Year in 2010 ... Was named St. Pius X’s best offensive player in 2008 and was named the team MVP in 2009 and 2010 ... He was also his team’s captain ... Led his high school team to region and state championships ... Holds the all-time St. Pius X scoring record with 85 career goals ... Captain of his club team since 2003 ... His club team won the state championship in 2005-06, and 2006-07... Won regionals and was a national finalist in 2010.
Personal: Full name is Stephen Aidan McGill ... Parents are Keran and Louise McGill of Dublin, Ireland ... Has one sister, Laura ... Born in Dublin, Ireland ... born Dec. 20, 1991 ... A business economics major.