11 Christian Dzwilewski
    Christian Dzwilewski

    Class:
    Graduate Student

    Hometown:
    Huntington, N.Y.

    High School:
    Cold Spring Harbor

    Height / Weight:
    6-2 / 175

    Position:
    Goalkeeper

    Birthdate:
    12/20/1989


    04/28/2012

    Providence College Men's Lacrosse Earns First BIG EAST Victory In 15-11 Win Over No. 13/15 Villanova

    Senior Jake Nolan led the Friars in scoring with three goals and two assists.

    04/14/2012

    Men's Lacrosse Falls To Holy Cross, 11-8

    Andrew Barton and JT Weber led the team in scoring with two goals apiece.

    04/07/2012

    Men's Lacrosse Falls To No. 6 Notre Dame, 9-1

    Peter Wujciak nets lone Friar goal.

    04/03/2012

    Men's Lacrosse Drops 9-6 Decision Against Yale

    Greg FitzMaurice nets two goals.

    03/27/2012

    Men's Lacrosse Falls To Bryant, 9-4

    Andrew Barton leads the way with two goals and one assist.

    2012 - Appeared in 14 games for the Friars... Collected 25 ground balls... Logged 651 minutes in goal and tallied 127 saves.

    2011 - Played 10 games and a total of 447:21 minutes in goal... allowed 80 goals and registered 79 saves for a 10.73 goals against average and a .497 save percentage... picked up 28 groundballs... recorded the first two assists of his collegiate career against Quinnipiac (3/12) and Villanova (4/30).

    2010 - Saw the majority of the action in goal for the Friars, appearing in 10 games...posted a .510 save percentage in 425:23 minutes of action in goal...collected 17 groundballs... scored one goal for the Friars as a goalkeeper and was featured on ESPN's Top-10 Plays... named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll four times (Apr. 5, Apr. 19, Apr. 26 and May 3).

    2009 - Appeared in one game, allowing four goals in 9:03 minutes of action against No. 2/1 Syracuse (2/15).

    High School: Played lacrosse at Cold Spring Harbor High School...Recorded 250 saves in three years of action...named the Nassau County Goalie of the Year and received All-County Honorable Mention accolades in 2008...team won the New York State Class C Championship in 2006 and the Nassau County Championship three times...played for Dennis Bonn, John Cambell and Joe Bacarella.

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