2012 MLL Season:
Steele Stanwick played in nine games in 2012, making his MLL debut against the Long Island Lizards (6/16) and recording the first three points (2G, 1A) of his career. Against the Charlotte Hounds (6/23) Stanwick set a career high in points with five and assists with four. Stanwick followed up his career day by surpassing his previous career high in points against the Denver Outlaws (7/4). Against Denver, Stanwick had one goal and five assists. Stanwick continued his point streak in the weekend series against the Nationals (7/13-14). In those two games, Stanwick had four goals and was second in the league among rookies in points. Stanwick recorded his 12th assist against the Chesapeake Bayhawks (7/21). In his first game against the Rochester Rattlers (7/28), Stanwick had three assists, including his first shorthanded assist of the season. In the team's first game against the Boston Cannons (8/4), Stanwick tallied one goal and two assists. Stanwick extended his point streak to nine games when he scored two goals against the Boston Cannons (8/11). Stanwick finished the season leading all MLL rookies in assists with 17. Stanwick ranked first on the Machine for assists (17) and fourth for points (28) and goals (11).
2013 MLL Season:
Steele Stanwick scored his first goal of the 2013 season against the Denver Outlaws (5/4) in the season home opener. Stanwick tallied three assists and one groundball against the Chesapeake Bayhawks (5/11). Stanwick tallied one goal and one groundball against the New York Lizards (5/18).
Steele Stanwick finished his college career at Virginia as one of the most accomplished Cavalier lacrosse players of all time. In his senior season, Stanwick led the country with 51 assists and was second in the country in points per game with five. Stanwick was also a Tewaraaton Trophy finalist and won the 2012 Jack Turnball Award which is presented to the top collegiate attackman in the nation. Stanwick was also named the ACC Offensive Player of the Year for the second time in his career. In 2011, Stanwick became the third Virginia player to win the Tewaraaton Trophy. Stanwick also helped lead the team to its seventh national championship. During his sophomore year, he led the team with 32 assists and was named to the All-ACC team. Stanwick even won awards during his freshman year, winning the 2009 Rookie of the Year award.