Stacey Gordon returns to the Ohio State campus to work as a student coach and complete her degree in Sports and Leisure Studies. She was a four-time All-American for the Buckeyes and was the American Volleyball Coaches Association Co-National Player of the Year and the Asics/Volleyball magazine Player of the Year. Gordon was a four-time All-Big Ten selection and was the Big Ten Player of the Year in 2002 and 2004. She was selected the 2003 and 2005 Ohio State Female Athlete of the Year.
Gordon set Ohio State career records of kills (2,798), kills per game (6.12), digs (1,572), points (3,094.5) and points per game (6.77). For her career, she posted double-figure kills in 123 of 125 matches including her last 110 matches. As a senior, Gordon became the all-time Big Ten career kills leader with 2,798. She was the 2005 Big Ten and NCAA statistical champion in kills per game with a 7.08 kills per game average.
Gordon returns to the Buckeyes after winning the 2004 league title for Criollas De Cauguas in Puerto Rico and the 2006 league championship for Exzacibasi in Turkey.