81   Julian Colarusso
Julian Colarusso

RS Senior

Quincy, Mass.

High School:
Catholic Memorial H.S.

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 225




Senior Day As Football Hosts Central Michigan On Black Friday

Minutemen to honor first-ever FBS Senior Class prior to kick-off at Gillette Stadium.



FB vs. CENTRAL MICHIGAN Photos by Thom Kendall '93



FB vs. MICHIGAN Photos by Thom Kendall '93



FB vs. UCONN Photos by Thom Kendall '93

Julian Colarusso Photo Gallery

As a redshirt senior in 2012: Game-By-Game Statistics
Played in two games.

As a redshirt junior in 2011:Game-By-Game Statistics
Saw action in 10 of 11 games in 2011, missing onely the matchup with Richmond (10/29)... Played primarily on special teams.

As a redshirt registered sophomore in 2010:Game-By-Game Statistics
Played in one game against Holy Cross in 2010.

As a redshirt freshman in 2009: Did not play in any games. Worked with scout team.

As a freshman in 2008: Redshirt season, did not play in any games.

Before UMass:A two-time Catholic Conference All-Star at Catholic Memorial High School in West Roxbury, Mass., for head coach Alex Campea ... Named team MVP as a senior ... Boston Herald All-Scholastic in 2007 ... Caught 51 passes for 1,300 yards and 13 touchdowns in his career with 34 catches for 641 yards as a senior ... All-conference as junior and senior in addition to being named Most Outstanding Junior ... A two-sport standout serving as a team captain in basketball ... Averaged 15 points and 10 rebounds in basketball as a junior helping team to Division I Massachusetts State runner-up ... All-conference in 2006-07 ... Part of National Honor Society and graduated Cum Laude.

Personal: Julian Thomas Colarusso ... born Feb. 15, 1990 in Quincy, Mass. ... Son of Giulianna and Thomas Colarusso ... Brother of Mark, Matthew and Thoma ... Majoring in Psychology.

1. What was it like playing youth and/or high school football in your home town?
Playing youth/high school football was very exciting and a great experience to have while in high school.

2. What is your favorite memory growing up in your home town?
My favorite memory growing up was winning the state championship in basketball for my high school.

3. What is it like playing college football?
It is a great privilege and unbelievable experience playing college football. It teaches you a lot, other than just football, and is also something you can appreciate and look back to as the years go on.

4. What were your thoughts when you learned that the rivalry, dubbed the Colonial Clash, would move to Gillette Stadium?
I thought it would be a great experience to play at Gillette especially being a Pats fan. I also played at the Fleet center in high school so I think it's a great experience.

5. What advice would you give young players who have aspirations of playing college football?
To work hard in school because with out school you can't play college football. Also to work hard at football and stay focused and do your best.

6. What do you enjoy the most of your college experience?
Just being apart of a team that you call your family and going out together every Saturday to compete. Playing at Michigan was an awesome experience.

7. What do you plan to do upon graduating from college?
Hopefully playing football at the next level somewhere, but I am a psychology major and would like to be a sports psychologist for a team.

PARTICIPATIONg 2009 2 No other statistics 2010 1 No other statistics 2011 10 No other statistics 2012 2 No other statistics TOTAL 15 No other statistics

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