|Previous Team:||Philadelphia Little Flyers (AJHL)|
2011-12 One of five Beacons starters to appear in all 26 games for the Beacons … Earned an All-Honorable Mention recognition for the ECAC East All Conference Team … Led all Beacons in goals, assists and points scored setting new career-highs in each category … Finished tied for eighth in the ECAC East with 28 points and tied for tenth with 18 assists … Added 10 goals, including two power-play goals … Tallied at least one point in 16 of his 26 contests and two or more points in seven games … Ended the season with a career high +11 +/- rating, which ranked tied for third on the team … Netted his first career hat trick November 22 at Framingham State with three goals and two assists in a 9-1 victory … Added three assists in an 8-3 win over the University of New England on December 3 … Registered at least one point in eight of the Beacons’ final 10 games helping UMass go 5-4-1 down the stretch … Scored the game-winning goal February 18 at St. Michael’s in a 5-1 victory to help UMB secure the fifth seed in the ECAC East playoffs.
2010-11 Played in 24 of the 26 games in his junior season ... Finished fourth on the team in points with 21 and second in assists with 16 ... Posted four goals and 10 assists against conference opponents ... Began his year off with a pair of assists in the November 19 game at Bowdoin ... Recorded two assists in five games ... Scored two goals in the December 4 meeting with Wesleyan ... Had a streak of at least one point in three games twice (Dec. 30-Jan.8; Jan. 18-Jan. 22).
2009-10 Suffered an injury during the first week of action causing him to be sidelined for over a month ... Skated in nine games on the year including the final seven contests ... Collected three points on one goal and two assists ... Scored his only goal of the campaign while also notching an assist on Jan. 30 vs. Saint Michael's College in a 7-2 win ... Registered his other assist on Nov. 20 in the Beacons season opener vs. Bowdoin.
2008-09: Played in 21 games and racked up nine points on three goals and six assists ... Tied for fourth among UMass Boston freshman in total goals ... Registered points in back-to-back games twice during the season ... Recorded an assist and netted the game-tying goal to send the contest into overtime vs. University of Southern Maine on January 24 ... Netted his first collegiate goal in his first game vs. Framingham State College on November 25 ... Scored at nationally-ranked Norwich University on January 17.
PERSONAL/HIGH SCHOOL: Played junior hockey for the Philadelphia Little Flyers of the Atlantic Junior Hockey League ... Was a two-time league All-Star for the Flyers in the Junior A division ... Graduated from Havertown High School in 2005 ... Born July 13, 1987 ... Son of Steven and Patricia Fitti ... Majoring in sociology ... Interests include hockey and other sports.