Joshua Stolp is among the greatest lacrosse players in UMass Boston history. Over his four-year career, Stolp scored an incredible 190 goals to rank first among Beacons leaders and 16th all-time in NCAA history in only 60 career games. He amassed 250 total points to rank second in program annals while his 60 career assists put him at seventh all-time. In 2003, the attackman was named the ECAC New England Player of the Year as well as the Little East Conference Offensive Player of the Year, becoming the only lacrosse player in school history to garner the honor. Stolp was named to the ECAC New England First team in 2003 while being named to the Little East Conference First Team in 2002 and 2003 and the LEC Second Team in 2001 when he helped the Beacons appear in their first-ever LEC Championship game. During his senior campaign, Stolp was ranked ninth in the nation in goals per game averaging 3.25 and led the team with 65 points and 52 goals in 16 games. His goal total is the seven-most in a season in school history. As a junior, Stolp ranked 26th in the nation in points per game with 4.54 and ranked eighth with 3.62 goals per game in 2002 while also leading the Beacons with 59 points and 47 goals in 2002 in 13 games. During his sophomore season, the attackman ranked second on the team with 73 points and third with 48 goals and 25 assists as a sophomore in 2001, while ranking second with 120 ground balls in 17 games. He also netted a career-high 11 goals during his second season with the Beacons in an 18-9 win over Curry College on April 19, 2001. As a rookie, he identified that he was the real deal finishing his inaugural campaign ranked second on the team with 53 points and 43 goals as a freshman in 2000 in 14 games. Over his career, Stolp tallied at least one point in 57 of 60 career games, registered multiple points in 48 career contests with multi-goal outings in 45 games.