Dan Gnazzo
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    Dan Gnazzo

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Eden Prairie, Minn.

    High School:
    Eden Prairie

    Height / Weight:
    6-2 / 205

    Position:
    LSM

    05/06/2009

    Air Force vs. Ohio State

    The Falcons' home opener against GWLL rival, Ohio State, April 18, 2009

    Preseason honorable mention All-American in 2009 ...

    2008: Played and started in all 12 games at long-stick midfield ... first-team All-GWLL selection ... named to the Pioneer Face-Off Classic all-tournament team for the second-straight season ... earned team's most improved defense award, as well as the Hoover Award, given to the player who picks up the most ground balls ... finished the year with 64 ground balls and a team-high 23 caused turnovers ... ranked ninth in the nation in ground balls per game with 5.33 ... scooped up career-high nine ground balls in game versus Denver ... recorded first career goal against Brown ... finished the season with three goals and four assists ... assist total was fourth-highest on the team.

    2007: Played in all 12 games, starting 11 ... primarily a long-stick midfielder, but also spent time in goal ... second-team all-conference selection ... named to the Pioneer Face-Off Classic all-tournament team ... recorded first career assist against Denver ... picked up 42 ground balls on the year ... recorded 39 saves on the season ... as the back-up goalie, earned a win over Quinnipiac with 14 saves and just two goals against.

    2006: Played in all 16 games as a freshman ... named team's Co-Rookie of the Year ... scooped up 45 ground balls.

    High School: Lettered four years in lacrosse for Coach Tim Moulton ... three-time all-state selection ... All-American in junior and senior seasons ... won a state championship ... also earned a letter in football.

    Personal: Member of cadet squadron 26 ... nicknames are Gonzo, Spazo, Nasty ... son of John and Shelly Gnazzo ... siblings are Megan (18) and Connor (15) ... majoring in economics ... hobbies include skiing, hockey, baseball, football, sunsets not sunrises, pogs and slammers, magic and Mrs. Lockhart's sweet tea.

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