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    9 Edison Parzanese  
    Edison Parzanese

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Edgartown, MA

    High School:
    Marthas Vineyard HS/ Holy Cross

    Height / Weight:
    5-11 / 180

    Position:
    Attack


    Played one season for the Irish after transferring from Holy Cross (Mass.), where he earned his undergraduate degree ... was an MBA student during his lone season at Notre Dame ... played in all 14 games with the Irish and tallied four goals and two assists en route to earning a monogram ... had a very successful career at Holy Cross despite battling some knee injuries ... played in 46 games, including 45 starts with the Crusaders ... posted 129 points on 55 goals and 74 assists.

    AS A GRADUATE STUDENT: Played in all 14 games ... amassed four goals and two assists on the season ... scored first career Irish goal in an 11-7 win over Drexel ... tallied an assist in a 10-9 victory at Denver ... netted a goal in an 8-7 victory over Ohio State ... registered an assist in an 8-3 win at Rutgers ... scored a season-high two goals in a 14-3 victory at Providence ... earned a monogram.

    AS A SENIOR (at Holy Cross): A starter in all 15 games ... led Holy Cross in assists (19) and points (35) ... also tallied 16 goals ... picked up 27 ground balls ... tallied three points on one goal and two assists in the season opener at St. John's ... totaled one goal and one assist at Yale ... two assists versus Marist ... scored a goal against Harvard ... produced three goals and three assists in a 13-8 win at Dartmouth ... one goal and one assist in a 9-8 victory over Colgate ... one assist versus Hartford ... had back-to-back one-goal games against Navy and Lehigh ... one goal in an 11-1 win over Vermont ... registered three goals and three assists versus Lafayette ... tallied seven points on one goal and six assists in a 17-10 triumph of Quinnipiac ... two goals in the season finale at Army.

    AS A JUNIOR (at Holy Cross): Played in three games with two starts as he missed most of the season due to an injury ... ranked fifth on the team with 13 points and eight goals ... ranked fourth on the team in assists with five ... picked up three ground balls ... scored one goal and had one assist for two points against St. John's (2/14) ... recorded four goals and three assists for seven points against Yale (2/21) ... recorded three goals and one assist for four points against No. 13 Duke (3/3) ... member of the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

    AS A SOPHOMORE (at Holy Cross): Started in all 14 games ... led the team in assists with 21 and points with 33 ... ranked fourth on the team in goals with 12 ... his 1.50 assists per game was third in the Patriot League and his 2.36 points per game were seventh ... recorded at least one point in every game except one ... picked up 24 ground balls ... scored two goals and had one assist for three points against Colgate (3/8) ... recorded two goals and two assists for four points at No. 17 Army (3/22) ... recorded two goals and two assists for four points including the game-winner in the 13-5 win over Wagner (4/29) ... had four assists at Dartmouth (3/25) ... scored two goals in the 6-5 win at Marist (4/12) ... had three assists against Vermont (4/22) ... member of the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

    AS A FRESHMAN (at Holy Cross): Started in all 14 games as he led the team in assists with a career-best 29 and in points with a career-best 48, while he was second in goals with a career-best 19 ... his 2.07 assists per game ranked first in the Patriot League, while his 3.43 points per game ranked second in the conference ... tied for first in the nation in assists by freshmen and ranked second in total points by freshmen ... named the Patriot League Rookie of the Week twice (3/6 & 4/9) ... fourth on the team in ground balls with 32 ... received the Joseph M. Murphy III Rookie of the Year award ... had at least one point in every game except one ... scored his first three collegiate goals, including the game-winner in the 10-8 win over Hartford (2/20) in the season-opener ... recorded four goals against Army (2/27) ... had two goals and five assists for seven points in the 16-11 victory at Lafayette (4/7) ... netted one goal and dished out five assists for six points in the 11-5 win at Quinnipiac (4/25) ... had two goals and five assists for seven points against Dartmouth (5/1) ... earned a spot on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

    PREP AND PERSONAL: Received 2006 All-American accolades as a four-year member of the varsity team at Martha's Vineyard Regional H.S. ... a two-year captain ... set a school record for most points in a career with 401 ... also set a single-season record for most points when he recorded 50 goals and 92 assists for 142 points ... earned Maritme League and Cape & Islands All-Star honors in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... was named the team MVP twice and received the Munson award in 2004 ... earned 2006 Boston Herald All-Scholastic honors ... as a freshman his team reached the state finals ... son of Michael Brisson and Joan Parzanese ... has one brother, Ben ... currently enrolled in Notre Dame's MBA program...pursued his MBA while at Notre Dame.

    PARZANESE'S CAREER STATISTICS (AT HOLY CROSS)

    Year G-S G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG P/Min UpG GWG
    2007 14/14 19 29 48 32 64 .297 46 1-1:00 1 1
    2008 14/14 12 21 33 24 56 .214 39 2-4:00 1 1
    2009 3/2 8 5 13 3 17 .471 15 0-0:00 1 0
    2010 15/15 16 19 35 27 64 .250 43 1-0:30 2 0
    2011 14/0 4 2 6 4 7 .571 6 0-0:00 3 0
    Totals 60/45 59 76 135 90 208 .284 149 4-5:30 8 2
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