Wildcats 2013 Season Comes To End With Loss
Villanova Looking to Remain Undefeated in BIG EAST Action
Villanova Hosts Rutgers for Third Conference Game of Season
Villanova Returns to Conference Slate on Wednesday
Wildcats Face Seventh Top-20 Opponent This Season in Nittany Lions
Awards: Named the 2015 Villanova Most Improved Player.
Career: Appeared in 19 games while making 17 starts through his junior season… Totaled 628:47 minutes in net… Recorded a 7-7 overall record while making 101 career saves… Owns a 11.36 goals against average and a .459 save percentage… Collected 16 ground balls and caused four turnovers.
2015: Appeared and started in 12 games in goal during his junior season where he split time alongside Dan Willis… Totaled 360 minutes in net as the first half starter for the Wildcats and registered a 6-4 record on the season… Made 59 saves, faced 198 shots and tallied a .480 save percentage… Posted a 10.67 goals against average for the season… Collected six ground balls… Took one shot vs. Maryland (Mar. 14)... Made a season-high 11 saves vs. Denver (Apr. 3). BIG EAST: Appeared and started in four conference contests… Record 120 minutes in net against BIG EAST opponents where he was the first half starter in goal for Villanova… Registered 20 saves off of 68 shots… Tallied a 15.00 goals against average and a .400 save percentage… Recorded a 1-2 overall record against BIG EAST foes.
2014: Appeared in one game vs. Lehigh (Feb. 16) and tallied a caused turnover.
2013: Started in five games during his freshman season in goal while making appearances in six games... Played 268:47 minutes in net in 2013... Recorded a 1-3 record as the starting goalkeeper at the beginning of the season... Posts a 12.28 goals against average and a .433 save percentage... Made 42 saves while facing 168 shots on the year... Made a season-high 10 saves vs. Lehigh (Feb. 16) and Princeton (Mar. 5)... Collected 10 ground balls and caused three turnovers. BIG EAST: Did not see action.
Foxboro: Earned three varsity letters under head coach Matt Noone, captaining the team to a 51-12 record during his career... Named a 2012 U.S. Lacrosse All-American... 2012 Hockomock League All-Star and Two-time Hockomock League MVP... 2011 Warrior 40 selection... Also earned two varsity letters in football as a wide receiver and four varsity letters in ice hockey as a center... Founded Lacrosse General, a non-profit organization that donates used equipment to youth lacrosse players... 2012 New England Patriot Charitable Foundation Scholarship Award Winner.
Personal: Born February 3rd, 1994 in Newton, Mass... Parents are John and Mary Jane Stamatov... Siblings are Matt and Jenna... Enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences as an English major.