Small forward with a vast knowledge of the game. Will take on a more prominent role this season. 2007-08: Played in 24 games (one start) • Averaged 4.2 points and 2.2 rebounds • Made 11 of 13 FTs (.846) •Scored a season-high 13 points vs. Salve Regina. Made 4 of 6 FGs, both of his 3-pointers and all 3 of his FTs •Recorded a career-high 12 rebounds at Case Western and added 7 points • Scored 9 points and had 3 rebounds vs. Piedmont. Hit 4 of 5 shots, including his only trey • Had 8 points and 4 rebounds vs. Delaware Valley • Scored 8 points vs. Mt. Union • Tallied 7 points, 4 boards and a personal-best 3 assists vs. Haverford • Blocked 2 shots and had 5 points and 3 rebounds at SCR • Tied his career best in steals with 2 vs. GOU and had 6 points and 5 rebounds 2006-07: Played in 20 games starting one • Averaged 1.9 points and 0.9 rebounds per game • Scored his first career point against Albright • Had a block against Goucher • Had one steal against Methodist Notched an assists versus Elizabethtown Had a rebound against Gallaudet • Led the Cards in scoring at Goucher with 16 points in just 11 minutes, also had a rebound •Had a rebound against Marymount • Had a rebound at Hood • Scored six points at Gallaudet • Notched four points and a steal versus Mary Washington • Scored four points and had as many rebounds in first round of NCAA tournament • Scored two points and posted as many rebounds in second round of NCAA Tournament. High School: Three-year starting forward • Named third-team All-Central League as a junior & senior • Co-captain in 2005-06. Averaged 12 points & 8 rebounds • Pioneers (23-8) advanced to final 16 of state tournament his junior season (2004-05), furthest school had gone in 18 years • First Honor Roll all four years • Coached by Ben Campetti. Notable: Played with fellow CUA freshman Brendan Hager in high school & during summer. They teamed on Main Line AAU team for three seasons. Their Eddy Jones team advanced to final four of Philadelphia's Sonny Hill League in 2005 & 2006 • Served a May 2006 internship with Hager & North Carolina freshman Wayne Ellington. Personal: Son of Chris & Katherine Fazzini.
33 - Matt Fazzini