2011 Named NSCAA First Team All-New England Region … Named Little East Conference Offensive Player of the Year and First Team All-Conference honoree … Selected as the Little East Conference Offensive Player of the Week on two occasions (Oct. 31 and 3) … Led the Little East Conference in shots with 76, shots per game with 4.47, points with 33 (5th most in program history), and points per game with 1.94 … Ranked second in the LEC in goals with 13 (3rd most in program history), goals per game with 0.76, assists with seven (T-7th most in program history) … Finished the year with two game-winning goals … Got his sophomore season off to a great start with his career-best seven points (3g, 1a) in the 6-2 win over Suffolk University on September 7 … Would score two goals in the non-conference win over Fitchburg State University on September 15 … Netted both goals in the 2-0 win over Becker College (Sept. 29) … Finished with one goal and one assist in the non-conference win over Massachusetts Maritime Academy on October 26 … Had a five point (2g, 1a) afternoon in the 4-1 home win over conference rival Plymouth State University (Oct. 29) … Scored the Beacons only goal in the ECAC New England Tournament match with Norwich University on November 9 … Recorded two assists in the home win over Emerson College … Currently stands at 57 career points which is tied for sixth most in program history … His 29 career goals ranks him fourth all-time.
2010 Started all 15 games he in which he played and led the team in all major offensive categories including points (24), goals (12) and game-winning goals (4)... Was named the Little East Conference Rookie of the week three times and was later named LEC Rookie of the Year, only the third player in Beacons history to be so honored... Was one of only two Beacons named to the LEC First Team All-Conference squad... Scored 12 goals on the season, including the game-winner in four contests and two games with multiple goals scored ... Went on a mid-season tear, scoring goals in six consecutive matches as well as nine of his final 10 games on the season ... Started his scoring streak with a goal on September 29 vs. Becker College and followed it up with goals against Eastern Connecticut State University on October 2, against Emerson College on October 5, against Newbury College on October 7, a pair of goals against Western Connecticut State on October 9 before capping the streak with a marker vs. Framingham State on October 13 ... The rookie would end the season scoring in his final three matches, connecting on a pair of goals on October 23 vs. Plymouth State in UMB's 3-1 win before scoring a goal in the final two matches vs. Massachusetts Maritime Academy on October 27 and the game-winner in overtime against Rhode Island College October 30 ... His .286 shooting percentage paced the Beacons... Tied for the lead in shots taken on the year.
Personal/High School Four-year letterwinner at Watertown High School ... Named a team captain for senior season ... Born November 14, 1989 ... Son of Georgia Galouzis ... Majoring in business ... Enjoys playing soccer.