On Hartofilis: Expected to run on the second midfield unit ... "if he prepares himself during the week, he will see more production," according to Dave Cottle ... spent most of the 2005 season on the second midfield ... one of the team's best pure shooters ... shoots with precision and power ... has good footwork and quickness ... is a good split dodger ... comes from a family of lacrosse players as oldest siblings Nick and Chris played at Duke and other brother Sean finished his career at Princeton in 2004.
As a junior (2005): Scored a goal in 13-6 season opening win over No. 5 Georgetown (2/26) ... saw extensive time during the decisive third quarter in 9-5 win at No. 9 Towson (3/12) ... one goal on two shots in 16-10 win over UMBC (3/19) ... career-high four points on a goal and a career-best three assists in 9-4 win over No. 19 North Carolina (3/26) ... scored a goal in 14-10 win over No. 11 Penn State (5/14) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... named to the Maryland Honor Roll.
As a sophomore (2004): Played in 11 games ... scored first collegiate goal just moments after taking the field for the first time in the season opening 14-5 win at No. 6 Georgetown (2/28) ... first career groundball in 17-12 win at No. 6 Duke (3/6) ... goal and first-career assist in 19-4 rout of Butler (3/23) ... assisted one of Michel Phipps' goals in 10-9 win at No. 4 North Carolina (3/27).
As a freshman (2003): Played in three games, taking two shots ... made collegiate debut on native Long Island at Stony Brook (3/15) ... also saw action late vs. Butler (3/25) and at Notre Dame (5/3).
Before Maryland: Lettered for two years in lacrosse at St. Anthony's High School in Huntington, N.Y. under coach Keith Weiczorek ... led the Friars to the CHAA championship game ... member of the Long Island team at the Empire State Games.
Personal: Son of Mary and George Hartofilis ... brother of Nick, Chris and Sean ... also recruited by Loyola, Penn State and Pennsylvania ... majoring in criminology.