Frank Schiavone

Frank  Schiavone


Oceanside, NY

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 195



Last Team:
Chilliwack Chiefs (BCJHL)

2006-07 (Junior) Enjoyed his best offensive season with three goals and 10 points ... Played in 33 games on defense ... His +16 led the defense, ranked fourth on the team and sixth in the league ... First career goal came against Bentley, Oct. 21 ... Career-best two points (1-1-2) vs. UConn, Dec. 8 ... Assisted on Theo Zacour's game-winner vs. Holy Cross in the AHA quarterfinal win ... Assisted on Brett Nylander's goal vs. Minnesota in the NCAA Tournament that gave AFA a 3-1 lead with 14:28 remaining ... On the AHA all-academic team.

2005-06 (Sophomore) Played in 18 of the 32 games ... First point of the season was an assist against Wayne State ... Fourth on the team with 43 penalty minutes ... Played in both games at Wayne State and had an assist in the second game for his second point of the season ... On the CHA all-academic team.

2004-05 (Freshman) Played in 31 of the 36 games ... First point of the season was an assist against Niagara, Feb. 19 ... Had 14 shots on the season ... His 36 penalty minutes were sixth on the team ... Played in 27 of the last 28 games.

Before Air Force Played junior hockey for coach Harvey Smyl's Chilliwack Chiefs of the British Columbia Junior Hockey League ... Played in 59 of the team's 60 regular season games on defense ... Finished the season third among the team's defensemen in scoring with seven goals and 16 assists for 23 points ... Played in all 11 playoff games and was the team's top scoring defenseman with six points (2-4-6) ... Played for the Springfield Spirit of the North American Hockey League in 2002-03 and was named the team's unsung hero and best defenseman ... Graduated from Chaminade High School and was on the honor roll all four years.

Personal Member of Cadet Squadron 36 ... Born April 5, 1983 ... Parents are Frank Schiavone and Marianne McMahon ... One brother, Joey (20) ... Major is management ... Long-term goal is to be a contracting officer in the Air Force and then own his own business ... Hopes to go to graduate school after graduation ... This past summer, completed a summer research project at Schriever Air Force Base, Colo. ... Was also a cadet in charge of the obstacle course during Basic Cadet Training ... In the summer of 2006, took a philosophy course and completed Operation Air Force at MacDill Air Force Base, Fla., experiencing the operational Air Force ... Also worked Operation Warrior at Basic Cadet Training during the summer ... Is the honor officer and chief of inspections in his squadron ... On the dean's list every semester ... On the commandant's list for military excellence twice ... Also recruited by Niagara and Bentley ... Favorite food is a chicken parm hero sandwich ... Favorite book is The DaVinci Code ... Favorite TV show is King of Queens ... Greatest moment in sports was playing Minnesota in the NCAA Tournament ... Favorite movie is Chuck and Larry ... Person in history he would like to meet is Napoleon ... Wears No. 7 because Ryan Wiggins (2005 graduate and former teammate) told him to ... Credits his dad as having the biggest influence on his sports career because "he never let me quit anything" ... The thing he likes most about the sport of hockey is "the hitting because I don't score much" ... Favorite NHL team is the New York Rangers ... Favorite NHL player is former Ranger captain Mark Messier.

Career Statistics
Year	          GP	G	A	PTS	PIM	SOG	PP	SH	GW
2004-05 (Fr.)	31	0	1	1	18-36	16	0	0	0
2005-06 (So.)	19	0	2	2	16-43	18	0	0	0
2006-07 (Jr.)	33	3	7	10	9-18	21	0	0	0
Totals	          83	3	10	13	43-97 	55	0	0	0
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