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Matt  Robertson

Hometown:
Salem, Va.

High School:
Salem

Last College:
Colgate

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 190

Position:
Goalie


02/19/2013

No. 6 Virginia Cruises to an 18-4 Triumph Over VMI

Mark Cockerton leads UVa with a career-high six goals

12/06/2012

UVa Places Four on Preseason All-America Team

LaPierre leads the Cavalier quartet with a first-team nod

2014
• Appeared in three of UVa's 16 games
• Made debut at Cornell (March 8)
• Also saw time at Notre Dame (March 16) and vs. VMI (March 24)
• Made a career-high three saves and picked up a career-high two ground balls vs. the Keydets

2013
• Appeared in one game
• Made UVa debut against VMI (Feb. 19)
• Saw time in the cage for the final 4:51 against the Keydets and faced zero shots

PREVIOUS SCHOOL

• Spent the 2011 season at Colgate
• Saw action in one game against Holy Cross
• Played 8:23 and made one save and allowed one goal
• Transferred to UVa in fall of 2011, but didn't play lacrosse

HIGH SCHOOL
• Four-year member of the varsity lacrosse team at Salem
• Named captain senior year
• Compiled 375 career saves, a 65.2 save percentage and 5.48 goals against average
• First team all-district and first team all-region as a senior
• Virginia AA State Player of the Year as a senior
• Southwest Virginia Player of the Year as a senior
• Earned letters in football and indoor track & field
• Co-President of the National Honor Society

PERSONAL
• Son of John and Debbie Robertson
• Has three brothers

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