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JEFFREY JOSEPH GIULIANO; born June 20, 1979 ... shoots left ... elected captain for the 2001-02 season ? earned BC?s 2000-01 Outstanding Junior Male Scholar-Athlete award ... earned 1998-99 and 2000-01 HOCKEY EAST All-Academic Team recognition ? has played in all 128 games since arriving at Boston College in the fall of 1998.
AS A JUNIOR (2000-01):
Played in all 43 games ? earned the James E. Tiernan Memorial Award as the team's Most Improved Player; shared the honor with classmate Brooks Orpik ? registered 36 points -- 14 goals and 22 assists ? tallied 25 points -- nine goals and 16 assists -- in 24 league contests; ranked seventh among league leaders in points and was tied for third among assist leaders ? scored four power-play goals ? enjoyed 10 multiple-point games, including two multiple-goal games; posted at least one two-point game against seven of eight HOCKEY EAST opponents ? registered the Eagles' first goal in five games, including the team's first goal of the season -- against Notre Dame in the first round of the Maverick Stampede (10/13) ? scored two goals in the season opener against Notre Dame ? netted two goals, including one power-play tally, in the regular-season finale at Boston University (3/4) ? opened the scoring with a power-play goal 35 seconds into the third period in the Eagles' 3-1 win over Maine in the NCAA Tournament (3/24) ? his other power-play goals came against UMass-Amherst (10/29) and Northeastern (3/1) ? enjoyed a six-game scoring streak from Oct. 29-Nov. 17; notched nine points in this stretch.
AS A SOPHOMORE (1999-2000):
Played in all 42 games ? registered 23 points ? 10 goals and 13 assists ? recorded one game-winning goal; netted the first goal in BC?s shutout win of Providence (1/23) ? enjoyed three multiple-point games ? scored BC?s first two goals and added one assist in a 7-2 win at Merrimack (10/19); his first goal came just 35 seconds into the game ? tallied an unassisted, shorthanded goal and one assist at Minnesota (10/29) ? picked up two assists in the Eagles? 3-2 win at Maine (1/28); notched the only assist on Jeff Farkas? decisive goal ? scored one goal ? just 16 seconds into the third period ? in BC?s 4-1 win over Wisconsin in the NCAA Tournament?s West Regional in Minneapolis ? his other postseason point came on an assist against Northeastern in the first game of the HOCKEY EAST Tournament?s quarterfinal round (3/10).
AS A FRESHMAN (1998-99):
Played in all 43 games ... registered 20 points ? five goals and 15 assists ... recorded one game-winning goal; netted the decisive goal ? late in the second period ? in a 3-1 win over North Dakota in the NCAA Tournament?s quarterfinal round in Madison, Wisc. (3/28) ... began his collegiate career with a two-assist effort against Ohio State in the opening game of the Ice Breaker Cup in Minneapolis, Minn. (10/9) ... enjoyed a five-game point-scoring streak early in the season (10/30-11/14) ... scored each of his five goals in the season?s final 12 contests ... scored his first collegiate goal in the first period of the Eagles? 2-2 tie against New Hampshire (2/20) ... tallied one goal and assist in each of two games against Merrimack (2/26 and 3/6) ... scored the final goal in BC?s 5-0 win over UMass-Lowell in the HOCKEY EAST Tournament?s quarterfinal round (3/11).
Earned All-New England honors as a senior center at St. Paul?s ... was a three-time Independent School League all-star selection; captured 1997-98 league MVP honors ... was also selected as the 1997-98 New England Prep MVP by the US Hockey Report ... also captured Boston Globe Independent School League All-Scholastic accolades ... registered 30 goals and 25 assists in his final season; had 24 goals and 27 assists as a junior ... served as 1997-98 team captain for head coach Bill Matthews ... earned Hockey Night in Boston?s (HNIB) ?Best Pro Prospect Award? in August 1997 ... was selected as the Northern New England Prep-Private MVP at the 1997 and 1998 HNIB All-Scholastic Tournaments ... earned tournament MVP honors and captured the scoring title at the 1996 HNIB summer tournament (was the first junior in the 22-year history of HNIB to earned the summer tournament MVP award) ... also played soccer and baseball at St. Paul?s.
Enrolled as a finance major in the Carroll School of Management ... was the 2000-01 recipient of the Paul Patrick Daley, Esq. '63 Student-Athlete Scholarship ? Jeff and his older sister Jennifer are the children of Dini and Joe Giuliano.
GIULIANO?S CAREER STATISTICS
Year CL GP G A PTS PEN PPG SHG HT GW
1998-99 Fr. 43 5 15 20 5/10 0 0 0 1
1999-00 So. 42 10 13 23 8/16 0 1 0 1
2000-01 Jr. 43 14 22 36 10/28 4 0 0 0
Career 128 29 50 79 23/54 4 1 0 2