Connor Still appeared in 21 games during his sophomore season, missing a stretch in the middle of the season with an injury. Still scored 12 goals and added 10 assists, seven steals and six drawn ejections. He scored two goals apiece in each of Princeton's league wins over George Washington. He added single goals against the likes of Harvard, Brown, MIT, Iona and Johns Hopkins. His final goal of the season came against top-ranked USC in the NCAA semifinals. Still added 10 assists, recording a season-high three in a win over MIT. He had two steals in a loss to Navy and drew two ejections versus Brown.
Still played in all 27 games in his freshman season and chipped in eight goals, four assists and 12 steals. He also added 12 drawn ejections and collected three blocks in the field. Still scored single goals in eight games, including in Princeton's first two games of the season against Cal Baptist and Santa Clara. Then added goals in wins over George Washington, Johns Hopkins and Gannon. Still added assists in wins over MIT, GW and Brown.
Still was a four-year varsity letterwinner in water polo and swimming at Sacred Heart Prep. Still served as his team's captain as a senior and was a first-team all-league and All-CCS selection as his team won its third-straight CCS Championship. Still was also a first-team all-league and All-CCS selection as a junior. Still has also played for the Stanford Water Polo Club since 2002 and was a first-team All-American after his team won the 2008 Junior Olympics. The team placed third a year later.
| Career Highs
|| 2, 2 times, Most Recent vs. George Washington (10/21/11)
|Assists|| 3, vs. MIT (9/11/11)
|| 2, vs. Navy (11/6/11)
| Ejections Drawn
||2, 3 times, Most Recent vs. Brown (10/30/11)|
|Blocks|| 1, 5 times, Most Recent at Johns Hopkins (9/23/11)
|City/State:||Menlo Park, Calif.|
|High School:||Sacred Heart Prep|