Two-year member of the squad as a midfielder • scored 13 goals and had 10 assists in 17 career games with six starts.
2016 SEASON (Game by Game)
Moved into a key role on Delaware midfielder unit early in the season and was one of the team's most reliable scorers • played in 11 games with six starts and was the team's No. 3 scorer with 22 points on 12 goals and 10 assists • tied for team lead with two man-up goals (vs. Villanova and Hofstra) • scored 10 goals over the final six games and had back-to-back hat tricks with three goals each vs. Rutgers and UMass • also scored twice against Hofstra as part of a three-game total of eight goals • led all regulars with a .364 shooting percentage • Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week for Apr. 4.
2015 SEASON (Game by Game)
Played in six games as a backup midfielder as a freshman • saw action against High Point, Mount Saint Mary's, Villanova, Holy Cross, Manhattan, and Saint Joseph's • scored first career goal in win over Manhattan • had two shots (vs. High Point and Manhattan) • recorded a groundball against Manhattan.
Three-year starter at midfield and a four-year varsity performer in lacrosse for head coach and former Delaware player J.C. Valore • also played ice hockey • enjoyed a standout senior season in 2014 when he earned US Lacrosse All-American honors while also earning All-State and All-South Jersey accolades • earned All-South Jersey honors as a junior • played for South Shore Lacrosse Club.
Dean Michael DiSimone ("dee-suh-moan") • born Aug. 17, 1995 • son of Samuel and Denyse DiSimone • father is the police chief of West Deptford, N.J. and mother is a county dispatcher • has two sisters • economics major at Delaware • career objective is to be a hedge fund manager or financial analyst • has worked as a bus boy during the summers • enjoys weightlifting and fishing in his spare time • cousin of former Delaware All-American and current NFL Baltimore Ravens starting quarterback Joe Flacco.