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Nat  Cutler


New York, N.Y.

High School:
Groton School (Mass.)

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 225



Virginia Player Postgame Notes - UNC Game

Virginia falls to UNC on Senior Day

Did not appear in any games ... dressed for the Richmond, Penn State, Louisiana Tech, Maryland, Wake Forest, Miami and North Carolina games ... was UVa's scout team player of the week for the NC State game.

Earned two letters in football at Groton School in Groton, Mass ... also played baseball and Ice Hockey ... had 30 tackles his first season as a starter at linebacker, including seven in home opener against rival St. George's ... was on the Dean's List the entire time at Groton ... was one of the heads of Groton Community Service, organizing and implementing all the community service events for the school ... was the head of the Spanish Club ... while at UVa has been involved with Big Brother's through the Madison House ... also works with English for Speakers of Other Languages, where he tutors fifth graders locally at Walker Elementary School ... Son of Stewart and Anne Cutler ... has one brother, Jack ... has two sisters, Hope and Ginger ... brother Jack plays squash for nationally ranked Franklin and Marshall ... sister Ginger is a second lieutenant in the Marine Corp.


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