|High School:||Brien McMahon|
2015: Appeared in the faceoff ‘X’ in 12 games…Posted a .500 win percentage at 47-of-94…Collected 13 ground balls…Started the spring with an 8-of-14 showing and three ground balls on Feb. 14 against Holy Cross…Won a career-high 11 faceoffs and matched his personal best with five ground balls in the Feb. 21 win over Manhattan…Went 10-of-12 in the March 17 win at Massachusetts-Lowell.
2014: Appeared in 16 games at the faceoff X … Went 52-for-120 (.433), good for seventh in the ECAC … Had 23 ground balls … Had five faceoff wins and two ground balls against Quinnipiac … Went 6-for-10 with two ground balls against Bucknell … Had six faceoff wins with four ground balls against Stony Brook … Went 7-for-8 against Providence with five ground balls … Went 6-for-12 against Manhattan, scooping up four ground balls.
2013: Saw action in 10 games as a sophomore, going 28-75 at the X ... Had a career-best 10 wins in the victory over Navy, and won five face-offs against both Yale and Michigan ... Had four ground balls, two at Yale, and caused turnovers in the games versus the Bulldogs and Wolverines.
2012: Made his collegiate debut against Lafayette, going 0-1 at the face-off X.
High School: Earned four varsity letters Brien McMahon High School, serving as team captain his junior and senior seasons ... Tallied 20 goals and handed out 28 assists during senior season to earn First-Team All-State and Second Team All-FCIAC accolades ... A two-time Norwalk Hour All-Area honoree and was named All-FCIAC Honorable Mention his junior season.
Personal: Son of Jeniffer Woods and Wayne DiGiacomo and has one sister ... Double major in finance and marketing.