Cicero-North Syracuse HS
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5-8 / 150
Missed the 2004 season with a groin injury. A fearless, extremely intelligent player ... the model of durability, having started all but one of BC's matches the last three years ... an outstanding student who earned Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-America University Division second-team honors in 2003.
As a Junior (2003)
Earned NSCAA/adidas All-New England second-team honors ... was an All-BIG EAST selection for the third consecutive year; achieved second-team accolades ... received the Thomas McElroy Award at the team's annual awards banquet ... started all 16 matches he played ... missed his first start in 50 games when he did not play against West Virginia (Oct. 5; groin injury) ... his 31 shots attempted ranked third on the team ... earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
As a Sophomore (2002)
Earned All-BIG EAST second team honors ... started all 23 matches ... registered two goals and two assists for six points ... evened BC's NCAA Tournament second-round match against Northeastern at 1-1 with just his second career goal ... each of his assists came on game-winning goals; the first came on a corner that Oktay Kilic headed in to give BC a 2-1 win over Boston University (Sept. 25) ... the other came on Casey Schmidt's goal in a 2-1 win over Yale (Nov. 12) ... tallied his first career goal in the Eagles' 4-0 BIG EAST Tournament quarterfinal-round win over Providence (Nov. 9) ... was named the Boston College Outstanding Male Freshman Student-Athlete at the annual All-Sports Banquet; also earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
As a Freshman (2001)
Was an All-New England third-team selection and an All-BIG EAST third-team selection ... was a freshman All-America second-team choice by College Soccer News ... started all 18 games ... tallied eight assists, the sixth-highest single-season total in school history ... his eight assists were the most by a BC player since 1995 ... set up Casey Schmidt's second goal against Syracuse (Aug. 31) for his first collegiate point ... had two games with two assists this season: Harvard (Sept. 26) and Georgetown (Oct. 28) ... also recorded assists against Villanova (Oct. 7), Providence (Oct. 17) and Pittsburgh (Nov. 3) ... was named the Boston College Outstanding Male Freshman Student-Athlete at the annual All-Sports Banquet; also earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
Earned NSCAA/adidas high school All-American honors in 2000 ... was a member of the 2001 U.S. U-18 National Team ... also earned an NSCAA/Adidas All-East choice at Cicero-North Syracuse ... garnered Scholar All-America honors from the NSCAA with his 3.86 grade point average ... was a 2000 Olympic Development Program/adidas All-American in the 1983 age group ... was the Central New York Player of the Year ... participated in the Adidas/Tampa Sun Bowl ODP international event ... was a member of the bronze medal-winning Central team at the 2000 Empire State Games ... was president of the National Honor Society in high school.
Graduated in May with a bachelor's degree in philosophy...has earned Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement his first four years at BC...named the Boston College Outstanding Male Sophomore Student-Athlete at the annual All-Sports Banquet in 2003 and the Outstanding Male Freshman Student-Athlete in 2002...Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences ... Bill is the oldest of Brenda and William Arnault's three children ... born April 16, 1983.
|2004|| Injured - Did Not Play|