Noble & Greenough
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6-3 / 220
JUSTIN FRANCIS DZIAMA; born May 22, 1980 ... shoots right ? a versatile athlete who excelled in hockey, crew and football at Noble & Greenough ? was undefeated in three years of varsity crew; was a two-time crew All-American and was invited to compete in the Henley Royal Regatta in England.
AS A JUNIOR (2002-03): Played in 35 games, including all 24 HOCKEY EAST contests ? registered nine points ? five goals and four assists; recorded seven points ? four goals and three assists ? in league action ? tallied one game-winning goal ? enjoyed one multiple-point game ? scored one goal in a win at Merrimack (11/7) ? netted a key goal ? tying the game at 1-1 ? in the Eagles? 3-2 win at Boston University (11/15) ? tallied one goal and one assist in a win at UMass-Lowell (1/11) ? scored the decisive goal against Massachusetts (1/31) ? scored the first goal in the team?s 2-1 win over Merrimack in the second game of the HOCKEY EAST Tournament?s quarterfinal round (3/8).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2001-02):
Played in all 38 games ... registered one goal ... netted the lone goal in BC's 1-0 win over Harvard (11/23).
AS A FRESHMAN (2000-01):
Played in 28 games; missed all seven games in the month of March with a sprained right ankle ? registered two points -- one goal and one assist ? scored the game-winning goal late in the first period of head coach Jerry York's 600th career win, a 6-1 road victory over UMass-Lowell ? assisted on Mark McLennan's second-period goal at Merrimack (1/16).
A 1999 graduate of Noble & Greenough, he played the 1999-2000 season for the Walpole Stars in the EJHL ? registered 61 points -- 29 goals and 32 assists -- in 56 games ? netted one short-handed goal and five game-winning tallies ? named the Stars' Most Inspirational Player ? earned All-Independent School League (ISL) honors as a senior at Noble & Greenough ? recorded 37 points -- 20 goals and 17 assists -- in 27 games in 1998-99; led Noble & Greenough to its first ISL title in 25 years ? served as team captain.
Enrolled as a communications major in the College of Arts & Sciences ? was selected by the New Jersey Devils in the eighth round (242nd overall) of the 1999 NHL Entry Draft ? was the 2001-02 recipient of the Joseph and Ann Lombardi Family Hockey Scholarship ... Justin is the son of Colleen Mullane and Gregg Dziama; has one brother and four sisters; his father was a three-year football letterman at Boston College (defensive end, 1969-71), while his uncle, Jeff, was a four-year football letterman for the Eagles (linebacker, 1976-79).
DZIAMA'S CAREER STATISTICS
YEAR CL GP G A PTS PEN PPG SHG HT GW
2000-01 Fr. 28 1 1 2 18/36 0 0 0 1
2001-02 So. 38 1 0 1 13/26 0 0 0 1
2002-03 Jr. 35 5 4 9 12/24 0 0 0 1
CAREER 101 7 5 12 43/86 0 0 0 3