Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
ACC Honor Roll ... he is pursuing a master’s degree in global health at Duke. 2010: Played in all 20 games and started twice … a key member of the second midfield line … tallied 12 goals and two assists for 14 points … tallied a season-high three goals in the win over Jacksonville (4/4) … threw in two scores in the NCAA Tournament first round game against Johns Hopkins (5/15) … also had a pair of goals versus Penn State (3/20) … notched a goal in the NCAA Semifinal win over Virginia (5/29) … named to the All-ACC Academic Team for the fifth time in his career … finishes his career with 63 points from 52 goals and 11 assists in 82 games played.
2009: Played in 18 contests on the second midfield line … All-ACC Academic selection … finished seventh on the team in scoring with 20 goals and three assists for 23 points … ranked second on man-up scores with six … tallied at least one point in 12 contests and had seven multiple-point performances … named to the ACC All-Tournament Team after posting three goals in the championship win over North Carolina (4/26) … registered a hat trick, including the game-winner against Army (4/18) … posted the game-winner over Georgetown (3/21) … scored two goals in the NCAA Tournament first round win over Navy (5/9) … chipped in a goal and an assist in the NCAA quarterfinal win over North Carolina (5/17) … won 14-of-33 faceoffs … won all four of his draws against Holy Cross (3/3).
2008: Played in 19 contests, sitting out only the Presbyterian tilt ... finished seventh on the team in scoring with 16 points on 12 goals and four assists ... secured a career-high three points on one goal and two helpers against Vermont (2/23) ... in the win over the Catamounts, tallied the game-winning goal while contributing two ground balls and winning two-of-three faceoffs ... had two-goal outings versus Lehigh (3/5), North Carolina (4/25) and Ohio State (5/18) ... won four-of-five faceoffs on the year ... earned a spot on the Academic All-ACC team.
2007: Played in all 20 games ... registered seven goals and one assist while winning 26-of-58 (.448) faceoffs ... posted two goals including the game-winner in the ACC Tournament championship game victory over Virginia (4/29) ... carded 23 ground balls ... won a season-best five draws in eight attempts against Denver (2/25) ... named to the Academic All-ACC team.
2006: Played in five contests ... recorded first career goal against Holy Cross (3/7) ... recorded an assist in the Bellarmine game (2/28) ... won 13-of-16 (.813) faceoffs on the season including five-of-six versus Bellarmine (2/28) and six-of-eight against Holy Cross (3/7) ... logged seven ground balls on the year ... named to the Academic All-ACC team.
Prep: Three-year letterman at Webster Schroeder High School ... received All-America accolades after recording 31goals and 19 assists as a senior ... finished career with 93 goals and 53 assists ... three-time all-county selection ... helped team to 37 wins over three years ... also played football.
Personal: Son of Gale and Michael Catalino ... brother, Grant, plays lacrosse at Maryland ... born ... born June24, 1987.