Senior • Midfield
Moorestown, N.J. • Moorestown HS
At Delaware: Co-captain for the second straight year • fifth-year senior who is one of the nation's top defensive midfielders • candidate for the Tewaaraton Trophy presented to the top player in the nation • outstanding versatility and athletics ability • a do-it-all player who can be counted on to score a goal, make a feed, pick up a groundball, and cause a turnover • Delaware's active lead for games played with 48 over four seasons • has scored eight career goals and is team active leader with 21 assists • has also scooped up 102 groundballs and his 33 caused turnovers ranks No. 5 all-time in the UD record book • could miss part of the beginning of the season with an injury.
2012 Season: Served as a co-captain and directed squad as a defensive midfielder • teamed with Garrett Johnson to give Delaware one of the top units in the Colonial Athletic Association • played in all 15 games and had one start • scored two goals and ranked No. 2 on the team with 10 assists • led team with 18 caused turnovers (No. 6 on UD all-time single season list) and ranked No. 3 on the squad with 34 groundballs • ranked No. 55 in the nation in caused turnovers with 1.2 per game) • tied a school record by causing four turnovers in a game twice, vs. Penn State and Villanova • scored two goals and dished out two assists in season opener vs. Detroit • also dished out two assists vs. Bucknell and had one each vs. Loyola, Johns Hopkins, Stony Brook, Michigan, Saint Joseph's, and Massachusetts 8
2011 Season: Appeared in 15 games and recorded four goals and five assists • led Delaware to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title and a berth in the NCAA Tournament • scooped up 32 groundballs and had 10 caused turnovers • scored two goals against Presbyterian • also added tallies vs. Hofstra and Massachusetts in the regular season • picked up four groundballs vs. Stony Brook and Hofstra • had two assists in NCAA tournament first round game against Duke • had two caused turnovers vs. Marist and Massachusetts.
2010 Season: Earned his second letter as one of the team's top defensive midfielders • played in 15 games overall and had two goals and five assists • scored two goals despite just five shots all season • recorded 34 groundballs and five caused turnovers • had biggest game vs. Vermont when he had a goal and two assists • also dished out two assists against Stony Brook • scored a goal against Hofstra • registered a career-high four groundballs vs. Hofstra and in the CAA championship game vs. Towson while also collecting three against Drexel in the CAA semifinals • had two caused turnovers vs. Massachusetts and in the CAA semifinal win over Drexel.
2009 Season: Earned letter as a freshman defensive midfielder as he saw action in three games • played in first three games of season in games vs. Saint Joseph's, UMBC, and Fairfield before injury curtailed the rest of his season • recorded a point in his first collegiate game with an assist against Saint Joseph's • also recorded two groundballs - one each vs. Saint Joseph's and UMBC.
High School: Two-sport standout at Moorestown High School • played running back, football and linebacker for head coach Russ Horton and midfield for head coach Baron Wallenhurst • led football team to a 12-0 record and state championship his senior year • named All-Burlington County and all-conference in 2006 and in 2007 • led lacrosse team to an 11-4 record and state championship his senior year • first team All-State selection his senior year, second team All-State his junior year • named all-county and All-Group in both 2007 and 2008.
Personal: Domenic A. "Dom" Sebastiani ("suh-basti-ahnie") • born June 6, 1990 • son of David and Yolada Sebastiani • has two brothers • leadership major at Delaware • enjoys playing video games and going to the beach in his spare time • lacrosse camp counselor during the summer • has also served as an intern with a financial company and worked construction during the summers.
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