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Notes: As of 10/18/2008, eleven career interceptions is tied for 3rd in school history with Arnie Pinkston, one shy of tying Vanderveer Kirk '48 for second place.
2007: Second team All-Ivy... Limited to eight games due to injury... Tied for team lead with four interceptions... Made 19-16-35 stops... Key interception near end of Georgetown game to secure win... Recorded interceptions in three consecutive games (Dartmouth, Lehigh, Penn)... 0.5 interception per game average 10th in the nation... Also tallied 5 PBU.
2006: Honorable mention All-Ivy... Made big plays on defense and special teams... Tied for team lead with four interceptions... Returned his first kickoff 94 yards for a TD against San Diego... Led the Ivy League with a 24.6 return average... Made 35 solo and 44 overall tackles... Named Yale's special teams MVP for season... Earned game MVP awards against Lafayette (DB), Harvard (DB), San Diego (Spec Tm) and Cornell (Spec Tm).
2005: Played on JV team.
At Suffern High: Played three sports and captained football and wrestling... Led section in rushing with school-record 1,408 yards while also playing safety... First-team all-state pick... All-county and all-section selection... Section's 2004 Back of the Year... All-section and all-county wrestler... Captained baseball team as pitcher and center fielder... All-state scholar football team... Rockland County Journal News Scholar-Athlete.
Personal: Steven Vincent Santoro is the son of Joseph and Janice Santoro... Sisters, Tara (Penn) and Nicole (Cortland), played lacrosse in college... Political Science major... Morse College resident.