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Princeton M. Lacrosse BIO
20 Peter Trombino
Did you know? ... Peter Trombino is the only player in Princeton lacrosse history with at least 20 goals and at least 10 assists as a freshman, sophomore and junior.

At Princeton
2007 - preseason second-team All-America by Inside Lacrosse ... entered senior year having started every game of career ... 2006 - honorable mention All-America ... second-team All-Ivy League ... led team in scoring with 40 points (22G, 18 A) ... had two goals and two assists against UMBC ... had a goal against Maryland ... went over 100-point mark for career with first goal against Dartmouth; finished game with three goals and two
assists ... held without a point against Cornell; first career game without a point; came back with two goals and an assist against Rutgers ... had two goals and three assists against Penn ... tied career-high with six points against Yale (3G, 3A) ... had a goal and two assists against Virginia ... had two goals and an assist during game-winning 4-0 run against Hopkins ... scored two goals 1:40 apart late in third quarter against Hopkins, first tying game at 3-3 and then putting Princeton ahead for good ... had a goal and assist against Hofstra ... 2005 - started every game on attack ... second-team All-Ivy League ... led team in goals with 22 and tied for team lead in points with 34 ... along with Scott Sowanick became the sixth and seventh players in school history to have double figures in goals and assists as both freshmen and sophomores ... scored three goals against Syracuse ... assisted on Jason Doneger’s game-winner in overtime against Penn after scoring one goal in regulation ... 2004 - Ivy League Rookie of the Year ... four-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week ... scored game-winning goal 1:42 into overtime in quarterfinal win over Maryland ... first Princeton freshman ever to score a goal in overtime in an NCAA tournament game ... set Princeton record by scoring at least one goal in all 15 games of freshman season (old record had been 10 by Lorne Smith in 1996) ... third all-time among Princeton freshmen in points with 35, trailing Kevin Lowe (55) and Ryan Boyle (52) ... second all-time with Jesse Hubbard among Princeton freshmen in goals with 24, trailing only B.J. Prager (25) ... first Princeton freshman ever with at least 20 goals and at least 10 assists ... had 24 goals on 52 shots for a team-best .461 shooting percentage.
At. St. Anthony’s
Lettered in lacrosse and football ... lacrosse All-America ...
All-Long Island and all-league in lacrosse ... lacrosse team went 20-1 and won Catholic League state championship senior year ... Empire State Games gold medalist ... played cornerback in football ... team went 22-1 and won two league championships ... National Honor Society ... outstanding student-athlete award.
Born Sept. 23, 1985 ... son of Anthony and Cathleen Trombino ... father is graduate of Villanova; mother is graduate of Notre Dame of Maryland ... brother Brian plays lacrosse at Hofstra ... has younger brother Christopher and younger sister Elizabeth ... a history major ... thesis topic: The Influence of Sir William Johnson Among the Iroquois Indians.

Career Statistics
Year    Goals    Assists    Points    Shots    GBs    P/Min
2004    24    11    35    52    32    0/0:00
2005    22    12    34    58    22    3/1:30
2006     22    18    40    87    37    4/3:30
Total    68    41    109    197    91    7/5:00

Position: Attack
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Huntington Station, N.Y.
High School: St. Anthony's
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