2000: Played in all 14 games ...Finished with 22 goals and two assists for 24 points ... Scooped up 12 ground balls ... His 22 goals were second on the team ... Scored a career-high seven goals vs. Georgetown ... Ended the season by scoring 18 goals in the last six games ... Netted three goals vs. Loyola ... Had two goals and an assist vs. Boston College ... Tallied a pair of goals vs. Harvard, Syracuse, Rutgers and Brown ... Scored a single goal vs. Vermont and Butler and had an assist vs. Hofstra ... Named second team All-ECAC and honorable mention All-New England ... Earned ECAC Player of the Week (4/24) honors after netting a combined nine goals in the Harvard and Georgetown games.
1998: Played in all 12 games ... Scored 10 points on the year (8g, 2a) ... Top game came at Boston College (2g,1a) ... Also scored a pair of goals against Duke ... Picked up three groundballs.
1997: Played in two games ... Took five shots.
Before UMass: Played for John Pirani at Winchester ... Holds school single-season (67 points) and career (100 points) scoring records ... 1996 high school All-America ... Named Massachusetts state Player of the Year by the Boston Globe ... Also played football and basketball ... Basketball team MVP as a senior.
Personal: Alex Racioppi ... Son of Robert Racioppi and Ellen Minihan ... Born April 28, 1978 ... A Hotel, Restaurant and Travel Administration major.
Racioppi's Career Statistics