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20 Michael Britt
Michael  Britt

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Fairfax, Va.

High School:
Fairfax

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 197

Position:
D

WORTH NOTING: Continues to work hard to prepare himself to be ready to play ... gained valuable experience last season and used the experience to his advantage in the fall ... could see action in different spots on the field.

AT VIRGINIA: 2006--Played in six games ... made his debut vs. Stony Brook ... had his only ground ball against Mount St. Mary's.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport standout ... All-American as a junior ... four-year starter ... three-time all-region and all-district selection ... team captain and named team's best defender as a junior and senior ... led defensemen in ground balls all four years ... three-year starter on the football team as a quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back ... team's offensive MVP as a junior ... twice named all-district ... led the team in receiving as a senior and was the team leader in rushing, passing and touchdowns as a junior ... compiled a 22-10 record, with 16 pins, as a senior wrestler ... district runner-up at 189 ... athletic honor roll three times ... National Honor Society ... won the Harold Stalnaker Award, the school's athletic achievement award.

PERSONAL: Son of Diane Britt and Gardner Britt ... born 7-29-86 in Fairfax, Va. ... has six brothers: Gardner, Ray, Andy, Will, Alex and Joseph.

BRITT'S CAREER STATISTICS

YearGPGBShGAPtsPen
2006 6 1 0 0 0 0 0

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