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Adam

DiMillo

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#23

Midfield
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: West Seneca, N.Y.
High School: Bishop Timon-St. Jude

Bio

DIMILLO'S HONOR ROLL
2x Academic All-Big Ten (2017, 2016)

DIMILLO IN THE NEWS
May 29, 2017: West Seneca's Adam DiMillo powers Maryland to NCAA Lacrosse Championship

As a junior (2017): Appeared in all 19 games as two-way midfielder for 2017 National Champions ... totaled six points (5g, 1a), 14 ground balls and five caused turnovers on the season ... scored first career goal at St. Joseph's (2/14) and also caused a turnover ... had a career-high three ground balls and caused two turnovers vs. High Point (2/18) ... notched a pair of ground balls vs. #8 Yale (2/25) ... had a ground ball at #4 Notre Dame (3/4) and vs. Villanova (3/18) ... dished an assist at #5 Albany (4/12) ... caused a turnover at #11 Rutgers (4/16) ... caused a turnover and had a ground ball at #7 Ohio State (4/22) ... scored a goal vs. #8 Johns Hopkins (4/29) ... scored a goal in NCAA first round vs. Bryant (5/14) ... had a ground ball in NCAA quarterfinal vs. #4 Albany (5/21) and in NCAA semifinal vs. #5 Denver (5/27) ... posted career-high two goals in NCAA final win vs. #3 Ohio State (5/29) after scoring just three goals in the previous 18 games.

As a sophomore (2016): Appeared in 19 games at short stick midfield, totaling two assists, nine ground balls and two caused turnovers ... notched first career assist vs. #1 Notre Dame (3/5) ... caused a turnover at Drexel (3/8) ... had a ground ball vs. #12 UNC (3/26) ... scooped a ground ball at Penn (3/29) ... had a ground ball and caused a turnover at #14 Penn State (4/10) ... had an assist on a key transition goal vs. #18 Rutgers (4/16) ... had two ground balls vs. #10 Navy (4/19) ... had a ground ball at #8 Johns Hopkins (4/30) ... picked up a ground ball in NCAA First Round vs. Quinnipiac (5/15) ... picked up a ground ball and helped hold #4 Syracuse (5/21) six goals below it season average in NCAA Quarterfinals ... had a ground ball in NCAA Semis vs. #5 Brown (5/28) ... had a shot in NCAA Championship vs. UNC (5/30).

As a freshman (2015): Appeared in all 19 games at short stick midfield, picking up 14 ground balls and causing eight turnovers ... made collegiate debut in victory at Navy, collecting one groundball at short stick defensive midfield...caused two turnovers at Yale (2/21) ... notched a shot against Drexel (2/28), helping to hold the Dragons scoreless for 56:17 ... helped hold No. 10 Princeton (3/7) to four goals ... had one ground ball in win against No. 2 North Carolina (3/21) ... picked up one ground ball at Robert Morris (3/24) ... caused a turnover and had a ground ball against Michigan (3/29) ... caused career-high three turnovers at No. 11 Ohio State (4/18) ... had one ground ball in Big Ten semis against Ohio State (4/30) ... picked up two ground balls in NCAA First Round vs. Yale (5/9) ... had two ground balls in NCAA Quarters vs. North Carolina (5/17) ... caused a turnover in NCAA Semis vs. Johns Hopkins (5/23) ... picked up a ground ball in the NCAA Final vs. Denver (5/25).

Before Maryland: 2014 Under Armour High School All-American … scored one goal for the North team in the UA All-America game … three-time US Lacrosse High School All-American … ranked the No. 6 freshman midfielder in the nation according to Inside Lacrosse ... ranked the 12th overall recruit by Inside Lacrosse ... listed as the No. 3 recruit out of the northeast region and the No. 1 recruit out of the state of New York by studentsports.com … four-year letterwinner for coach Mike Burke at Bishop Timon St. Jude high school … helped lead the Tigers to four straight Monsignor Martin league championships … three-time All-WNY selection … four-time all-league selection … totaled 238 goals and 132 assists for 370 points during his prep career … named the recipient of the Tom Borelli Award, which is given to the best senior lacrosse player in Western New York, in 2014 … also a two-year letterwinner in fooball as a running back and cornerback … named the Tigers' offensive player of the year as a senior in 2013.

Personal: Son of David and Brenda DiMillo … younger brother of Miles ... majoring in finance.

DiMillo's Career Statistics
Year GP/GS G A Pts. Shots EMG GB CT Pen
2015 19/0 0 0 0 3 0 14 8 0/0:00
2016 19/0 0 2 2 1 0 9 2 1/0:30
2017 19/0 5 1 6 18 0 14 5 0/0:00
Total 57/0 5 3 8 22 0 37 15 1/0:30
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