Cavaliers lose their third one-goal game of the season
Member of the 2012 USA U-19 Team that won a gold medal at the World Championships in Turku, Finland 2013 All-ACC Academic Team Appeared in all 15 of UVa's games with 10 starts on defense Started the other five games as UVa's first LSM Scored two goals and three assists for five points Scored first career goal against Vermont (March 5) Also scored a goal against Cornell (March 9) Dished out assists against VMI (Feb. 19), Ohio State (March 16) and Maryland (March 30) Picked up 35 ground balls and caused eight turnovers Caused two turnovers against Mount St. Mary's (Feb. 26) and versus Johns Hopkins (March 23) Picked up a career-high seven ground balls against Johns Hopkins (March 23)
2012 Saw time in all 14 regular season games Picked up seven ground balls and caused four turnovers on the season Made collegiate debut on defense at No. 20 Drexel Picked up one ground ball against the Dragons Tallied a ground ball and one caused turnover against VMI Made first career start at defense against Penn
HIGH SCHOOL Listed as the No. 25 recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse Rated the No. 8 defenseman in the country by Inside Lacrosse Under Armour All-American in 2011 Defenseman of the Year in the New York Catholic High School Athletics Association for the 2010 season Academic All-American in 2011 He was listed as the nation's No. 26 rising senior by Inside Lacrosse as he entered his senior year at St. Anthony's in 2011, the same school former UVa captain Max Pomper attended prior to UVa Inside Lacrosse recognized Danseglio as the No. 15 rising junior in 2009 and 2010 ESPN RISE Warrior 40 ranked him the No. 3 defenseman and No. 24 overall player in his class Helped his St. Anthony's squad to back-to-back New York Catholic High School Association championships Under Armour All-Star in 2009 and 2010.
PERSONAL Son of Dennis and Victoria Danseglio Has an older brother, Steven Member of the National Honor Society