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9   Andrew Recchione
Andrew Recchione

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Mahwah, N.J.

High School:
Ramapo

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 200

Position:
M


  • 2006 Andrew Recchione Photo Gallery

    ON RECCHIONE: Right-handed midfielder who comes off a sensational season ... scored some huge goals including game-winner at Cornell to send UMass to NCAA Quarterfinals ... tremendous shooter with good accuracy ... expected to play a leadership role in his senior season ... will probably be guarded by a long-pole mostly and will be asked to dodge a lot ... a real strong kid physically ... can shoot the ball on the run ... real good team guy.

    AS A SENIOR IN 2007: Sharp shooter has played on first and second midfield ... Played in 14 games, with 17 points on 12 goals and five assists ... Had points in 11 of 14 games in 2007 and 24 of last 32 games dating to 2006 ... Multiple points in four games as a senior and 14 in career ... Six of his 12 goals in 2007 came in final three games ... New Jersey native scored two goals in finale at Rutgers (5/5). Appeared to scored game-tying goal but was waved off ... Scored a fourth-quarter goal in win over #12 Syracuse (4/28) ... Broke out for second-career hat trick at Fairfeld (4/24), netted three goals after six total in first 11 games ... Netted a second-half goal against #6 Georgetown (4/21) ... Scored at Hobart (4/14) for second goal in seven games ... Assisted a Brett Garber man-up goal vs. St. John's (4/7) ... Scored goal and assisted a goal at #11 Loyola (3/24) ... Assisted a goal against Sacred Heart (3/20) ... Netted two goals and assisted another at Harvard (3/13) ... Scored against Yale (3/3) ... Set up a goal at Hofstra (2/24)

    AS A JUNIOR IN 2006: Part of the second midfield, surpassed sophomore totals in just six games ... doubled career goal total in six games ... finished seventh on team with 23 points, third in goals with 21 ... had points in first seven games of the year, and points in 13 of 18 games during the season ... had goals in 12 of 18 games ... led team with a 39.6 shooting percentage (for players taking more than 25 shots) ... third on team with four extra-man goals ... eight multi-goal games in 2006 after none in first two years ... more than tripled 2005 season's goal total of (6) ... scored the goal to make it 10-9 as UMass rallied to beat Hofstra (5/20) in the NCAA Quarterfinals ... scored game-winning goal with 2:34 left at Cornell (5/13) in NCAA First Round win, for his second goal of the game ... netted first-career hat trick vs. Rutgers (5/6), scoring all three goals in the second half ... tallied twice against Fairfield (4/25) including man-up goal, also had career-high four groundballs ... netted two goals on two shots vs. Hobart (4/15) ... scored a goal at St. John's (4/8), giving him goals in 7 games ... scored two goals in a game for fourth time this season vs. Loyola (3/25), on two shots ... posted career-high three points vs. Sacred Heart (3/21) with two goals and an assist ... handed out an assist at Brown (3/18) ... second career multi-goal game vs. Albany (3/14) ... first career multi-goal game at Yale (3/4) including man-up goal ... scored goals against Hofstra (2/26) and Harvard (3/11).

    AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Played in all 16 games with 14 starts ... netted a goal in the NCAA first round win vs. Syracuse (5/15)... scooped up a groundball and took a shot vs. St. John's (4/9)... scored a goal on his only shot against Penn State for the game-winning goal (4/2)... chipped in with a goal and an assist against Brown (3/19)... registered a goal in the win against Stony Brook (3/12)... found the back of the cage and picked up a groundball vs. Yale (3/5).

    AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Appeared in all 14 games playing midfield... tallied five points with two goals and three assists ... scooped up three groundballs... finished a man-up goal in a victory over Sacred Heart (3/23)... tallied a goal and an assist versus Harvard (3/13)... handed out an assist and picked up a groundball against Stony Brook (3/6)... took six shots against Hartford (3/2)... dished out first collegiate assist vs. North Carolina (2/28).

    BEFORE UMASS: A four-year letterwinner at Ramapo High School, where he played for coach Jim Hague... tallied 59 points (31 g, 28 a) as a senior after scoring school-record 90 points (50 g, 40 a) as a junior... finished career with a school-record 196 points... was a three-time first team All-State and All-League selection... was a 2003 All-American... 2003 North Jersey Player of the Year and 2003 New Jersey Midfielder of the Year... also played in the North-South National Senior All-Star Game and the 2003 New Jersey North-South All-Star Game... excelled in football, earning two first team All-League honors as a running back and linebacker... football team won state title in 2000 and 2001... was a team captain in lacrosse and football during his senior year.

    PERSONAL: Andrew A. Recchione (Reck-EE-own)... son of Louis and Ann Marie Recchione... brother of Joe (25) ... born July 27, 1984 in Ridgewood, N.Y. ... majoring in Kinesiology.

    
    Career Statistics
    Year	GP/GS	G	A	Pts.	Shots	EMG	GWG	GB	Pen
    2004	14/11	2	3	5	29	1	0	3	1/1:00
    2005	16/14	6	1	7	23	0	1	5	0/0:00
    2006	18/0	21	2	23	53	4	1	9	3/3:00
    2007	14/0	12	5	17	66	1	0	7	1/1:00
    Totals	62/25	41	11	52	171	6	2	24	5/5:00
    

    Career Highs
    Goals: 3 vs. Rutgers, 5/6/06 & at Fairfield, 4/24/07
    Assists: 1 on 11 occasions, last vs. St. John's, 4/7/07
    Points: 3 four times, last at Fairfield, 4/24/07
    Multi-Goal Games: 11; Multi-Point Games: 14, Hat Tricks: 2

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