WORTH NOTING:Steady player who quietly goes about his business ... excellent shooter with either hand ... one of the top attackmen in the nation ... preseason honorable mention All-American by Face-Off Yearbook ... tied for 16th in Virginia history with 82 career goals and 22nd with 130 points ...enters the season as the leader among active ACC players in points and assists and second in goals ... three-time member of the All-ACC Tournament team, one of three players in school history named three times ... has scored 13 goals and added six assists in six ACC Tournament contests ...scored at least one goal in 36 of 45 games ... has scored 14 goals in four games against Syracuse, including at least three each time.
AT VIRGINIA: 2004--Experienced a dropoff in scoring from the previous year, but picked up his play significantly late in the season ...finished second on the team behind Matt Ward in points (31), goals (19) and assists (12) ...led the team in goals five times ... did not have a goal or an assist in back-to-back games against Maryland and North Carolina and had just nine goals and nine assists through the first nine games, but scored 10 goals and recorded three assists in the final four games of the year ... had a goal and an assist against both Drexel and Air Force ...scored three goals and assisted on two more vs. Syracuse ...two goals, two assists in an overtime win over Towson ...scored twice and had an assist in the overtime win over Johns Hopkins ... was held scoreless against Maryland and North Carolina but bounced back with three goals and an assist in a win over Duke ...scored two times and had one assist against North Carolina in the ACC Tournament semifinals ... tallied three goals vs. Maryland in the finals ... named to the All-ACC Tournament team ...two goals, one assist vs. Penn State.
2003--Had an outstanding all-around season ... second-team All-American ... shared the team lead in scoring with 49 points with Chris Rotelli... tied for third in the ACC in scoring with an average of 2.88 ppg ... led the ACC and tied for 20th in the country in assists at 1.53/g ... 26 total assists were tied for 10th nationally ... became the first player to go from leading the ACC in goals one season to leading in assists the next since former UVa great Doug Knight did so in 1996-97 ...seven multi-goal games, nine multi-assist performances ... tallied three goals vs. Drexel ... scored a season-high four goals in the win over Syracuse at the Carrier Dome ... had two assists against Princeton ... three assists to go along with a goal vs. Notre Dame ... two goals, two assists in loss to Johns Hopkins ... had three assists in a win over Duke ... scored twice and had an assist against North Carolina in the ACC Tournament ... the assist was huge ...hit Billy Glading in front 2:18 into overtime for the game-winning goal ... also had six ground balls, a season high ... led the team with three assists, and scored a goal, in the win over Duke in the ACC finals ... named to the All-ACC Tournament team ... two goals, two assists in an 11-10 win vs. Penn State ... had two assists vs. Denver and a career-high four vs. Mount St. Mary's in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... scored once, his first goal in three games, and had an assist against Georgetown in the quarterfinals ... exploded for three goals and two assists vs. Maryland in the semifinals ... failed to record a goal or an assist in the championship game vs. Johns Hopkins to end his scoring streak at 31 games.
2002--Exploded onto the national scene with a dynamic freshman season ... started every game on attack with senior Conor Gill and fellow rookie John Christmas ... named ACC Rookie of the Year and the nation's third-best freshman by Inside Lacrosse ... led the ACC in goals with 40, the first freshman to lead since Duke's Dave Hagler in 1978 ... third in the conference in scoring with an average of 3.33 ppg ... 50 overall points were second in the league behind Gill's 56 and tied for third by a UVa rookie ... third among freshman nationally in goals and tied for ninth overall ... 12th in the nation in goals per game with an average of 2.67 gpg ... 40 goals are a UVa rookie record ...they are also the third-most by a freshman in ACC history ... great finisher who scored on more than 41 percent of his shots ... led the team in goals 10 times and had 13 multi-goal games, including nine with at least three goals ... scored at least once in every game ... opened his career with a bang, scoring four times in both of his first two games--Drexel and Syracuse ... his four goals against Drexel are the most by a Virginia rookie since Gill scored five in the national semifinals vs. Johns Hopkins in 1999 ...they are also the most by a UVa rookie in his debut since Jay Jalbert scored four vs. Syracuse in 1997 ... led the team in scoring for the third game in a row with a three-goal effort against defending national champion Princeton ... scored twice to lead the way vs. Towson and three times against Johns Hopkins ... three goals helped lead UVa to a key win over Maryland in the ACC opener ... scored twice in a road win over North Carolina, his father's alma mater ... two goals and two assists in the win over Duke that clinched the ACC regular season title ...three goals led the team in a win over North Carolina in the ACC Tournament semifinals ... two goals and an assist in the finals vs. Duke ... named to the All-Tournament team ...season-low one goal in a loss at Penn State ... came back to score three goals and add a season-high three assists in a win over Butler in the final regular season game ... his six points in that game are a career high ...tied his career high with four goals in an 11-10 NCAA quarterfinal win over Cornell ... assisted on Christmas' game-winning goal with 3:59 left to play ... found Christmas all alone in front and hit him with a perfect pass for the quick redirect ...shared the team's scoring honors with Christmas with three goals against Syracuse in the national semifinals ...seven goals in NCAA Tournament led all freshmen, while his nine total points tied for the lead among rookies.
HIGH SCHOOL: Four letters in lacrosse ... All-American as a senior ... All-Long Island as a senior ... four-time All-Long Island Catholic League selection ... four-time All-League ... team won three Catholic league championships ... named Catholic league Offensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... 63 goals and 46 assists his senior year ... scored 45 goals and 30 assists as a junior ... two-time team MVP ... scored three goals in the US Lacrosse High School All-Star game ... played in two Empire State games ... also played football and basketball.
PERSONAL: Son of Janice and Joe Yevoli ... born 6-28-83 in Massapequa, N.Y. ... has a younger sister, Kristin, and two younger brothers, Nick and John ... father was an All-American attackman at North Carolina in the 1970s ... sociology major.
|Year || Games ||G.Balls || Shots ||Goals || Assists ||Pts ||Pen|
|2002 ||15 || 35 || 97 ||40 ||10 || 50 || 2-1:30|
|2003 ||17 || 39 || 89 ||23 ||26 || 49 || 7-5:00|
|2004 ||13 || 26 || 66 ||19 ||12 || 31 || 0|
|Career ||45 || 100 || 252 ||82 ||48 || 130 || 9-6:30|