2011 - third-team All-America ... unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection ... second in Division I in save percentage (.615) ... eighth in Division I in goals-against average (7.53) ... made a career-high 20 saves against Cornell, including six on Rob Pannell, the Division I Player of the Year ... had first 20-save game by a Princeton goalie since Alex Hewit against Virginia in 2007 ... made at least 10 saves in nine of 12 games and made at least 14 saves in six of 12 games ... made nine saves while allowing three goals against Johns Hopkins ... made 15 saves against Hofstra ... made 14 saves against Penn ... made 14 saves against North Carolina ... made 10 saves against Villanova ... made 10 saves, including two in the overtimes, against Brown ... played every minute of every game
2010 - second-team All-America ... a first-team All-Ivy League selection ... Most Valuable Player of the Ivy League tournament ... had a .569 save percentage ... had a .629 save percentage (134 saves, 79 goals-against) after Chad Wiedmaier returned; had a .455 save percentage prior to that ... made 16 saves while allowing nine goals in Ivy League final against Cornell ... made 27 saves while allowing 15 goals in the Ivy tournament ... made 15 saves in first game against Cornell ... made 26 saves while allowing 12 goals in two games against Yale ... made 11 saves in 8-5 NCAA tournament loss to Notre Dame ... made 14 saves and had an assist on an 80-yard pass to Jack McBride man-down against Rutgers ... assist against Rutgers was one of two by a Princeton goalie in the last 30 years (Alex Hewit, 2007) ... set a career high with 17 saves against Brown ... made 12 second-half saves against Brown, including eight in the fourth quarter ... made 14 saves against Harvard ... made 12 saves against Syracuse ... made seven saves while allowing two goals against Dartmouth ... made 11 saves while allowing five goals against UMBC ... had eight saves while allowing four goals against Manhattan ... honorable mention All-America and second-team All-Ivy League last year as a freshman ... started every game of his career ... preseason second-team All-America by Inside Lacrosse ... ranked fourth in Division I in goals-against (7.40) and 11th in Division I in save percentage (.587) a year ago ... member of United States U19 team that won 2008 World Championship in Vancouver.
2009 - honorable mention All-America ... second-team All-Ivy League...ranked fourth in Division I in goals-against (7.40) and 11th in Division I in save percentage (.587)... started every game... made 15 saves, including one on a tough shot from 10 yards out with 38 seconds left, in 10-9 win over Harvard... made 12 saves while allowing seven goals against UMass in first NCAA tournament game...has allowed one first-half goal and made 14 first-half saves in last three games combined (0.67 goals-against, .933 save percentage)...Inside Lacrosse Division I Player of the Week after his 15-save performance in 12-8 win against Syracuse in Big City Classic... also earned Ivy Rookie of the Week honors for second time after Syracuse game... named by Inside Lacrosse fourth best freshman in Division I... helped hold Syracuse to more than six goals below average for season (14.1 prior to game); Syracuse had been ranked No. 1 in scoring offense in Division I... also Ivy League Rookie of the Week after wins over UMBC and Manhattan... made 10 saves while allowing five goals against UMBC... made 13 saves while allowing 10 goals against Albany ... played entire game against Hopkins, making 11 saves for first career double-figure save total... made five second quarter saves against Hopkins as Princeton built a 9-1 lead... started and played first half against Canisius, making four saves and allowing three goals... allowed six goals and made nine saves against Rutgers... made 10 saves while allowing seven goals while playing all 60 minutes against Yale, including nine saves and three goals allowed in final three quarters... started and played first eight minutes against Manhattan, allowing one goal and making two saves... made 15 saves, including one on a tough shot from 10 yards out with 38 seconds left, in 10-9 win over Harvard...shut Dartmouth out for 39:43 to start game... made seven saves while allowing one goal in three quarters against Dartmouth...named by Inside Lacrosse fourth best freshman in Division I...helped hold Syracuse to more than six goals below average for season (14.1 prior to game); Syracuse had been ranked No. 1 in scoring offense in Division I...member of United States U19 team that won World Championship in summer of 2008 in Vancouver
Lettered three times in lacrosse and soccer and once in basketball ... ranked second in Inside Lacrosse Power 100 incoming freshmen ... All-America ... Under-Armour All-America ... U-19 team ... Baltimore Metro Player of the Year ... two-time all-metro ... honorable mention all-metro and league champion in soccer ... Cum Laude Society.
Born Sept. 22, 1989 ... son of Richard and Dina Fiorito ... father is a UConn grad; mother graduated from Eastern Connecticut ... father is an e-commerce executive; mother is in IT sales ... younger sister Megan is a freshman goalie on the Ohio State women's lacrosse team.