#9 Edison Parzanese
Played one season for the Irish after transferring from Holy Cross (Mass.), where he earned his undergraduate degree … was an MBA student during his lone season at Notre Dame … played in all 14 games with the Irish and tallied four goals and two assists en route to earning a monogram … had a very successful career at Holy Cross despite battling some knee injuries … played in 46 games, including 45 starts with the Crusaders … posted 129 points on 55 goals and 74 assists.
AS A GRADUATE STUDENT: Played in all 14 games … amassed four goals and two assists on the season … scored first career Irish goal in an 11-7 win over Drexel … tallied an assist in a 10-9 victory at Denver … netted a goal in an 8-7 victory over Ohio State … registered an assist in an 8-3 win at Rutgers … scored a season-high two goals in a 14-3 victory at Providence … earned a monogram.
AS A SENIOR (at Holy Cross): A starter in all 15 games … led Holy Cross in assists (19) and points (35) … also tallied 16 goals … picked up 27 ground balls … tallied three points on one goal and two assists in the season opener at St. John[apos]s … totaled one goal and one assist at Yale … two assists versus Marist … scored a goal against Harvard … produced three goals and three assists in a 13-8 win at Dartmouth … one goal and one assist in a 9-8 victory over Colgate … one assist versus Hartford … had back-to-back one-goal games against Navy and Lehigh … one goal in an 11-1 win over Vermont … registered three goals and three assists versus Lafayette … tallied seven points on one goal and six assists in a 17-10 triumph of Quinnipiac … two goals in the season finale at Army.
AS A JUNIOR (at Holy Cross): Played in three games with two starts as he missed most of the season due to an injury … ranked fifth on the team with 13 points and eight goals … ranked fourth on the team in assists with five … picked up three ground balls … scored one goal and had one assist for two points against St. John[apos]s (2/14) … recorded four goals and three assists for seven points against Yale (2/21) … recorded three goals and one assist for four points against No. 13 Duke (3/3) … member of the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
AS A SOPHOMORE (at Holy Cross): Started in all 14 games … led the team in assists with 21 and points with 33 … ranked fourth on the team in goals with 12 … his 1.50 assists per game was third in the Patriot League and his 2.36 points per game were seventh … recorded at least one point in every game except one … picked up 24 ground balls … scored two goals and had one assist for three points against Colgate (3/8) … recorded two goals and two assists for four points at No. 17 Army (3/22) … recorded two goals and two assists for four points including the game-winner in the 13-5 win over Wagner (4/29) … had four assists at Dartmouth (3/25) … scored two goals in the 6-5 win at Marist (4/12) … had three assists against Vermont (4/22) … member of the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
AS A FRESHMAN (at Holy Cross): Started in all 14 games as he led the team in assists with a career-best 29 and in points with a career-best 48, while he was second in goals with a career-best 19 … his 2.07 assists per game ranked first in the Patriot League, while his 3.43 points per game ranked second in the conference … tied for first in the nation in assists by freshmen and ranked second in total points by freshmen … named the Patriot League Rookie of the Week twice (3/6 & 4/9) … fourth on the team in ground balls with 32 … received the Joseph M. Murphy III Rookie of the Year award … had at least one point in every game except one … scored his first three collegiate goals, including the game-winner in the 10-8 win over Hartford (2/20) in the season-opener … recorded four goals against Army (2/27) … had two goals and five assists for seven points in the 16-11 victory at Lafayette (4/7) … netted one goal and dished out five assists for six points in the 11-5 win at Quinnipiac (4/25) … had two goals and five assists for seven points against Dartmouth (5/1) … earned a spot on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Received 2006 All-American accolades as a four-year member of the varsity team at Martha[apos]s Vineyard Regional H.S. … a two-year captain … set a school record for most points in a career with 401 … also set a single-season record for most points when he recorded 50 goals and 92 assists for 142 points … earned Maritme League and Cape & Islands All-Star honors in 2004, 2005 and 2006 … was named the team MVP twice and received the Munson award in 2004 … earned 2006 Boston Herald All-Scholastic honors … as a freshman his team reached the state finals … son of Michael Brisson and Joan Parzanese … has one brother, Ben … currently enrolled in Notre Dame[apos]s MBA program…pursued his MBA while at Notre Dame.
PARZANESE[apos]S CAREER STATISTICS (AT HOLY CROSS)