Four seniors tabbed to NEILA West All-Star Team roster, James Fahey picked for coaching role
Senior midfielder honored for scholastic success at UMass
Bianchin earns three points, Oliveri stops 14 shots in defeat
UMass makes third appearance in conference title game Saturday, May 2 at 1 p.m.
Hegarty and Mariano each score three points in victory
MLAX VS. DELAWARE-SENIOR DAY Photos by Thom Kendall '93
MLAX VS. DREXEL Photos by Thom Kendall '93
MLAX VS. PENN STATE Photos by Thom Kendall '93
MLAX VS. BROWN Photos by Thom Kendall '93
MLAX vs. TOWSON Photos by Thom Kendall '93
2015 - Senior: Game-By-Game Statistics ... NEILA East-West All-Star Game selection ... NEILA Academic All-New England ... CAA All-Academic Team ... NEILA Preseason All-New England First Team ... Set career highs with 25 points, 17 goals and eight assists as a first-line midfielder ... Appeared in all 15 games and also scooped up 10 groundballs with a pair of caused turnovers ... Earned six multi-goal games in 2015 as part of 10 contests with at least two points ... Ended the season sixth in CAA games with 1.00 assists per game ... Tallied three points via a pair of goals and one assist at No. 12 Harvard (2/21) ... Added a goal and assist at No. 16 Albany (3/7) ... Scored on three of his four shots against Quinnipiac (3/10) for his second collegiate hat trick and picked up two groundballs in the win ... Provided two goals during the 12-8 win over Penn State (3/14) ... Dished out two assists and tallied once in the win at Hofstra (3/21) ... Scored two goals and provided a pair of caused turnovers at Hartford (4/11) ... Facilitated one UMass goal and grabbed a groundball during the victory over Drexel (4/18) ... Tallied twice and dished out an assist with three groundballs against Delaware (4/24) ... Notched two goals and picked up a groundball in the CAA Championship Semifinal Round win at No. T19 Fairfield (4/30) ... Added a goal and assist during his 50th appearance with the program - the CAA Championship Game versus Towson (5/2).
2014 - Junior: Game-By-Game Statistics ... CAA Academic Achievement Award ... Notched 12 points through eight goals and four assists in 13 games played ... Added six groundballs and a caused turnover ... Scored one goal during a man-up opportunity ... Rotated into the midfield on offense and took three shots while nabbing a groundball at Army (2/8) ... Earned his first goal of the season and the 10th of his career in the win over No. 14 Ohio State in overtime on Feb. 16 ... Added another goal when UMass bested Harvard, 8-4 on Feb. 22 ... Scored twice to help the Minutemen defeat Brown (3/1) on the road, 15-2 ... Added one assist and a groundball against No. 18 Albany (3/8) ... Earned a pair of goals to help Massachusetts defeat Providence (3/11) ... Assisted on one UMass tally at No. 19 Fairfield (3/18) ... Provided two points via a goal and assist and caused a turnover while also scooping up a groundball to help the Minutemen to a win over Hartford (3/22) ... Tallied a multi-point game with one goal and an assist at Delaware on April 25 while picking up two groundballs.
2013 - Sophomore: Game-By-Game Statistics ... Finished the season with 15 points on nine goals and six assists, including a pair of man-up tallies and one game-winning goal ... Tied with teammate Matt Whippen for the game-high in points (six), doing so on three goals and a trio of assists while notching three groundballs as UMass bested Army, 16-9 on Feb. 10 ... Had back-to-back fourth quarter goals in the come-from-behind 12-11 victory over No. 4 North Carolina (2/16), adding an assist and a groundball to the winning effort at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Ga. ... Recorded one goal on a pair of on-target attempts at Harvard (2/23) during the Massachusetts victory ... Added on goal and a groundball against Brown (3/2) ... Secured a tally at Albany (3/5) ... Earned his ninth goal of the season at Bucknell (3/9), also picking up a groundball against the Bison ... Helped out on one tally at Hartford (3/23) and Towson (4/6).
2012 - Freshman: Game-By-Game Statistics ... Played in six games on the season as a reserve midfielder ... Competed in his first collegiate contest when UMass defeated Brown (3/3) ... Also saw action in the victories over Albany (3/6), Hartford (3/10), Saint Joseph's (3/31), No. 19 Towson (4/7) and Delaware (4/27).
Before UMass: Four-year letterwinner on attack from Newburyport, Mass. ... Played for Newburyport High School under coach Ed Gaudiano ... Named team MVP his freshman and sophomore years for the Cape Ann League ... Was the team captain his sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... Tore his ACL during his junior year, putting him out for his final two high school seasons ... Also was a four-year letterwinner for football ... Holds single-season reception record for the Newburyport football squad.
Personal: Full name is Andrew John Sokol ... Born on December 21, 1992, to Rob and Jane Sokol ... Has two brothers, David and John.
Last Update: May 20, 2015