#8 Thomas DeNapoli
Position: Attack/Midfield
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
City/State: East Rockaway, N.Y.
High School: Lynbrook H.S.
Major: Biology

2014 Season: Second team All-CAA honoree ... team captain ... Tewaaraton Trophy Watch List nominee ... Senior CLASS award nominee ... drafted 15th in the MLL Collegiate Draft in January 2014 ... led the team in points (36) and assists (19) ... third in goals (17) ... his 90 shots led the team ... was tied for third on the team in ground balls (26) ... his six points against Georgeton were a team-best and his season-best ... his four goals against High Point were tied for the team best ... he scored multiple goals in a game five times and had two or more assists in a single game six times.

2013 Season: Named Honorable Mention All-America by the USILA ... received first-team All-CAA honors and earned a spot on the CAA All-Tournament team … named to the Tewaaraton Trophy Watch List … named CAA Player of the Week for March 24 …  team captain … started every game … led Towson with 41 goals, 19 assists and 60 points … one of just six Tigers since 1971 to score 40+ goals in a season … scored the game winner against Mercer and at No. 9 Penn State for the CAA title … posted two man-up goals against UMBC as part of a seven-goal haul against the Retrievers … twice scored six or more goals in a game – both times on the road … only No. 17 Duke held him without a goal … scored at least one point in every game … one of 32 players in the nation to score six-plus goals in at least one game … tallied 10 points against UMBC (7-3-10), the first time a Tiger scored 10 points since May 8, 1999 when two Tigers accomplished it … had a seven-point game (6g, 1a) at No. 17 Drexel … posted five points (2g, 3a) against St. Joseph’s … had two goals and two assists in the win over No. 9 Penn State in the CAA finals … also had three ground balls in that game … had one assist and two ground balls at No. 3 Ohio State in the NCAA Tournament …  recorded four straight hat tricks from February 20 to March 8.

2012 Season: Named second-team All-CAA ... started all 15 games ... team's third-leading scorer with 15 goals ... posted a team-leading 13 assists ... had an assist against No. 1 UMass in the CAA Semifinals ... dished out two assists at No. 2 UMass on April 7 ... led the Tigers with three goals and an assist in the win over UMBC ... set a career-high with six points (3g, 3a) at No. 20 Hofstra ... had two goals and two assists in win over Delaware ... recorded first hat trick of college career with three-goal effort against Jacksonville on Feb. 11 ... posted his second three-goal game of the season in Towson's win over Mount St. Mary's on March 3 ... scored a goal and dished out an assist at No. 13 Loyola.

2011 Season: Played in all 13 games as a freshman ... started five games ... earned CAA All-Rookie Team notice ... scored four goals ... tallied season-high two goals in 11-3 win over Mount St. Mary's ... also scored a goal against UMBC and Penn State ... took 11 shots.

At Lynbrook H.S.: Helped Owls reach semifinals of Nassau County Championship ... named as an All-American by US Lacrosse as a senior ... earned all-state honors in football ... also received all-conference accolades in basketball.

Personal: Lists his father as the person he admires the most ... career goal is to become a doctor or physician's assistant ... enjoys playing sports, video games and movies ... avid New York Yankees fan ... likes to play "Madden NFL" video games ... favorite TV show is "SportsCenter" ... lists Denzel Washington as his favorite actor ... likes listening to music by Jay-Z ... most memorable experience is reaching the county championship in football and lacrosse during high school career ... has two cousins who played college lacrosse ... has one brother and one sister ... father is a business owner ... mother is a nurse who attended Nassau Community College ... son of Dominick and Mary DeNapoli ... born on August 8, 1992 ... major is biology.

Season GP-GS Goals Assists Points Shots GB CT Face-Offs Pen-Min.
2014 15-15 17 19 36 90 26 5 0-0 1-1:00
2013 18-18 41 19 60 127 26 3 0-0 2-1:30
2012 15-15 15 13 28 42 13 0 0-0 1-1:00
2011 13-5 4 0 4 11 2 0 0-0 1-0:30
Career 61-53 77 51 128 270 67 8  0-0  5-4:00
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