Named to the preseason All-ECAC team and a second team preseason All-American.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2002: Named USILA honorable mention All-America... selected first team All-ECAC... also named second team All-New England... named ECAC Offensive Player of the Week on April 1... tabbed the WHMP/UMass Athlete of the Week on April 3... started all 16 games... ranked tied for third on the team with 34 goals and fourth with 46 points... goals tally ranked sixth in the conference... dished out 12 assists... his 103 shots ranked second on the team... scooped up 30 ground balls, including at least one in each game except against Rutgers... scored at least two points in all but two games... carrries a 12-game multiple-point scoring streak into this season... had a goal and an assist in the 17-4 NCAA Tournament first round victory over Fairfield... scored season-high five points (4 g, 1 a) against Johns Hopkins... netted a career-high five goals in the win at Penn State... had a five-point game on three goals and two assists against Brown... scored three goals and added an assist versus Hartford... tallied a hat trick against Harvard... recorded two goals and two assists in wins over Georgetown and Rutgers... netted a pair of goals four other times... picked up an individual season-high six ground balls against Fairfield in the first round of the NCAA Tournament... scooped up four ground balls against UMBC... had three ground balls versus Vermont and Albany.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2001:
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2000:
BEFORE UMASS: Played for Harry Mohrman at Freeport... posted 170 career points, including 79 as a senior... played in the Nassau-Suffolk County Exceptional Senior Game... All-Nassau County as a junior and senior... honorable mention All-America as a senior... leading goal scorer (51) in Nassau County (Section VIII) as a senior... team MVP as a junior and senior... team captain as a senior... also played football, basketball and ran track at Freeport.
CHRIS FIORE AT UMASS