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Matthew

Giampetroni

MatthewGiampetroni

#30

Midfielder
Height 6'1"
Weight 200
Year Senior
Hometown Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
High School Cranbrook

Bio

 Career Statistics   2015   2016  2017  

 

2017: Saw action in 10 games … Scored two goals and three assists for five points … Also picked up two ground balls … Tallied goals versus Saint Joseph’s (2/25) and Virginia (4/15) … Dished out assists in wins over Cleveland State (2/12), Georgetown (3/18) and the Cavaliers … ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2016: Played in 12 games … Earned a spot on the second midfield in the final six games of the regular season … Registered two goals … Tallied goals against Marquette (4/22) and in the ACC Championship game against Syracuse (5/1) … Also picked up five ground balls on the year ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2015: Played in four games … Tallied his first collegiate point with a goal against Providence (3/1) … Picked up one ground ball at Mercer (2/15) … ACC Academic Honor Roll. 

Before Duke: A four-year letterwinner for Matthew Wilson at Cranbrook High School …  Finished his scholastic career with a Michigan High School record 276 goals, 179 assists for 455 points … Compiled 99 goals and 67 assists his senior season … Helped lead Cranbrook to 2013 Michigan state championship and to the runner-up his senior year … A four-time first team all-state selection … Two-year team captain … Garnered USILA All-America honors as a sophomore, junior and senior … Named to Under Armour All-America squad in 2014 … Won the U-19 Lake Place title with 3d Lacrosse Select club team … Also played Jr. A box lacrosse for St. Catherines in Ontario … Was a two-time all-state soccer player.
 
Personal: son of John and Christine Giampetroni … Has two sisters, Claire and Grace … Father played lacrosse at Michigan State … Mother was a member of the swimming team at Miami University (Ohio) … Born Feb. 15, 1996 in Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
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