20 - Aaron Pollock
Aaron Pollock
Height: 5-11
Weight: 160
Year: Senior
Hometown: Belmont, MA
High School: Belmont
Position: A

NOTABLES Selected as a Tri-Captain for the second straight year ... Should be one of the team's top scorers ... Worked hard in the offseason on his conditioning and improving his off hand.

Pollock, A 2009 Returned to his natural attack position and responded by placing fourth on the team with a career-high 14 goals and 18 points in 13 contests ... Led the squad with a .359 shooting percentage and ranked second on the team with a pair of man-up tallies ... Recorded at least one point in all but three games ... Strung together a four-game point-scoring streak from March 21 to April 4, compiling nine points during the span ... Registered multiple points six times, including a career-high of four with two goals and a pair of assists in the Beacons' 15-4 victory at Saint Joseph's College (ME) on April 2 ... Picked up a season-best four ground balls on two occasions ... Made two appearances in goal and posted a 20:23 goals against average in 71:10 of action, while making nine saves ... Whistled for just two penalties on the year.

2008 Made the switch from attack to goalie and started all 15 matches ... Saw action in all but 36:22 of the team's minutes in net for a total of 869:37 ... Owned a 9.66 goals against average, while posting a .606 save mark ... Recorded a 4-11 record and made 215 saves to lead the Little East Conference with 14.33 stops per game ... Allowed eight or fewer goals on seven occasions ... Stopped 10 or more shots in all but two contests, including a season-high of 26 at Keene State College on April 5 ... Turned away 18 shots to preserve a 5-4 victory over Wentworth Institute of Technology on April 17.

2007 Played in 12 contests in the midfield ... Tallied three points on three goals ... Owned a .333 shooting percentage ... Picked up three ground balls ... Whistled for just one penalty of 30 seconds ... Opened the season with three goals at Emerson on March 26 ... Collected a pair of ground balls vs. Keene State College on April 7.

PERSONAL/HIGH SCHOOL Played four years as a goalie for Belmont High School ... Named the Marauders' Most Valuable Player as a junior ... Earned the BHS Coaches Award as both a freshman and senior ... Recipient of the Discipline and Dedication Award as a sophomore ... Born May 20, 1988 ... Majoring in business ... Son of Marcia Widmer ... Earned UMass Boston Dean's List honors ... A member of the Alpha Delta Phi Literary Fraternity ... Enjoys skateboarding and mild snowboarding.