AS A SOPHOMORE
• Notched his first point of the season with an assist in Notre Dame's 5-3 victory against Penn State (Nov. 10).
• Scored Notre Dame's second goal in an eventual 5-2 win over sixth-ranked Minnesota (Nov. 25).
AS A FRESHMAN
• Registered his first career point in his first career game by notching an assist on Anders Bjork’s game-winning, power-play goal against Arizona State (Oct. 7).
• Notched his first career goal in the 4-2 loss to UConn (Oct. 27).
• Had a career-high two assists in Notre Dame’s 5-3 win over Holy Cross in the Shillelagh Tournament.
• Had an assist in both games against 10th-ranked Providence (Feb. 17-18) to help the Irish win the series (1-0-1).
• Had an assist on Ben Ostlie’s game-winning goal at No. 5/6 Boston University (Feb. 24).
• Finished his inaugural season with the Irish with one goal and 11 assists for a total of 12 career points.
IN THE USHL
• Played three full seasons for Tri-City from 2013-16 prior to joining the Fighting Irish.
• Served as Tri-City’s team captain in 2015-16 and led the team to its first ever Clark Cup Championship.
• Selected as the USHL’s 2016 Curt Hammer Award winner, which is presented annually to recognize the player who distinguishes himself both on and off the ice by demonstrating outstanding performance skills, leadership, pride and determination.
• In the playoff run to the 2016 Clark Cup, played in 11 games and notched five points on two goals and three assists while also posting a +6 rating.
• In 50 regular-season games in 2015-16, he scored three goals and added nine assists for 12 points while also totaling 94 penalty minutes and a +19 rating.
• Finished his Tri-City career with regular-season totals of 152 games, 36 points (7-29-36), 186 penalty minutes and a +22 rating.
• Played in the 2015 USHL/NHL Top Prospects Game (Dubuque, Iowa) for Team West and faced future Irish teammates Cal Burke and Dennis Gilbert.
WITH USA HOCKEY
• Served as the captain for Team USA at the 2013-14 Five Nations Tournament (U-17), helping lead the squad to the gold medal (4 GP, 0-1-1, 10 PIM).
• Was also an alternate captain for Team USA at the 2014-15 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament (U-18), helping Team USA to the bronze medal (5 GP, 0-2-2, 6 PIM).
PREP & PERSONAL
• Graduated from Kearney High School in Kearney, Nebraska.
• Prior to joining Tri-City, Dello played with the Chicago Mission, where he won a AAA National Championship.
• Full name is Tory Aaron Dello and he is the son of Marty Dello and Lisa Dello.
• Has an older sister, Angela.
• Enrolled in the College of Arts & Letters.
Goals: 1 (2x - vs. Minnesota 11/25/17)
Assists: 2 (vs. Holy Cross 11/25/16)
Points: 2 (vs. Holy Cross 11/25/16)
Multi-Point Games: 1
Point Streak: 3 games (Feb. 17-24; 0-3-3)