2006-07: Signed contract to play professional basketball with the Division II Luna Mansfield Stars in England as a small forward less than six months after season ended…Named NABC All-Northeast…Named First Team All-Northeast Region by D3Hoops.com, his second straight season with that honor…Named First Team All-State and All-NESCAC…Announced NESCAC Player of the Week on Nov. 20…Started 25 games…Team leader in points scored with 397…Scored fourth-highest amount of career points in Bates history (1,512)…Logged season-high 40 minutes against Gordon College on Feb. 6…Scored 15 against Colby on Nov. 29 and 10 more on Feb. 9, 11 against Bowdoin on Dec. 2 and eight more on Feb. 10, 17 against Trinity on Jan. 12, 20 against Amherst on Jan. 13, 10 against Tufts on Jan. 20, two against Wesleyan on Jan. 26, 17 against Connecticut College on Jan. 27, 16 against Williams on Feb. 2, 15 against Middlebury on Feb. 3 and 16 against Amherst on Feb. 17…Ranked second on team in assists with 44…Number two on team in steals with 38…Top rebounder on team with 225 rebounds total.
2005-06: Named to All-NESCAC Second Team…. Named to D3Hoops.com Northeast Region First Team…Named Eastern Connecticut Tip-off Tourney MVP and Husson’s Paul Bunyan Tournament MVP…. Appeared in 26 games, averaging 31.7 minutes per game…. After the Jan. 27 game against Connecticut College, Stockwell became the 26th Bates mens’ basketball player to reach 1,000 career points…. Highest point-scorer on team, averaging 15.8 points per game, averaged 2.2 free throws made per game, averaged 1.1 three-point field goals per game, averaged 6.3 field goals per game…. Leader in rebounds, averaging 9.8 rebounds per game…. Averaged 2.0 assists per game…. Averaged 1.0 steal per game….. Averaged 0.2 shot blocks per game.
2004-05: A Second-Team All-NESCAC selection as a sophomore…. also named to D3Hoops.com All-Northeast Region Third Team…. Started all 27 games, averaging 29.4 minutes per game…. Led team and ranked ninth in the conference in scoring average (15.9 points per game)…. Ranked sixth in the NESCAC in rebounds per game, averaging 7.7 per contest, the highest mark on the team…. Led team in scoring in 13 contests, including career-high 29 point game on Jan. 28, 2005 against Connecticut College…. Scored 20+ points in six games…. Also led team in field goals made (177), attempted (359) and three-point percentage (.407, 22 of 54).
2003-04: Appeared in all 26 contests, starting 15 as a rookie…. Averaged 22.7 minutes per game…. Averaged 10.6 ppg, including season high 23 in his college debut vs. Lyndon State on Nov. 22, 2003…. Team’s leading rebounder, averaging 6.9 per game…. Ranked second on team in steals with 49.