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Brett Stassfurth
Brett  Stassfurth


Gahanna, Ohio

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 180



2005: A solid contributor at both the offensive and defensive end from his midfield position ... A confident ball distributor ... Has the skill to finish plays near the net when the opportunity presents itself ... Seldom caught out of position.

2004: Played an integral role in Villanova's midfield ... Tied for fourth in scoring on the team with one goal and three assists ... Started all 18 games and produced 27 shots, including 13 on goal ... His cross set up Charlie Rowan for a first half goal in a 2-2 tie against Connecticut on Oct. 3 ... Added an assist in a 2-1 victory at Georgetown on Oct. 16.

2003: Emerged as one of coach Larry Sullivan's most dependable performers ... Cemented a spot in the starting lineup early in the campaign and held it the rest of the way, earning 14 starts while participating in 17 games ... Contributed two goals and four points on the season ... He scored the first goal of the Wildcats season at Hofstra ... It set the tone for a 2-1 victory on Sept. 1 in Hempstead, N.Y. ... A Big East Academic All-Star.

2002: Scored one goal and made four starts in 17 games as a rookie.

PERSONAL: The younger of Bruce and Helen Stassfurth's two children ... Born 9/15/83 in Columbus, Ohio ... His brother is Damian (26) ... Won three varsity letters in soccer in Gahanna Lincoln H.S. ... Team captain and most valuable player as a senior ... First team All Capital Conference as a senior and second team All-OCC as a junior ... Also enjoys tennis and basketball ... Chose Villanova for its academics and rising soccer program.