Hoyas look to finish the job after falling one game shy of a Patriot League Championship in 2011
2011: Appeared in nine games, starting five, mainly at center during his junior season. Was crucial to an offensive line unit that helped the Hoyas to the second best scoring offense in the league (27.0 points/game), while paving the way for 1,623 rushing yards and 1,897 passing yards...Also helped the Hoyas to one of the third most efficient red zone offenses in the country, scoring on .920 percent of its opportunities inside the opponents' 20-yard line (36-for-39)
2010: Appeared in four games starting three at center ... As the starting center helped the offense rush for six touchdowns and pass for 642 yards for five touchdowns in the first three games ... Suffered an injury late at Yale and played just once more during the season ... A Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.
2009: Appeared in four games as a freshman ... A Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.
High School: Played four years of football and one year of track at Montour High School ... Was named Pennsylvania All-State AAA second team and first team all conference his senior year, and two-time Parkway All-Conference Honorable Mention ... Captained the Montour football team for two years ... Helped his team to an undefeated season his junior year ...Coached by Lou Cerro at Montour.
Personal: Son of Anthony and Gina Cliguire ... Born on February 2, 1991 in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... Has one brother Luciano and one sister Alexandria ... Achieved honors and high honors throughout high school ... Was a student council representative ... Enjoys sports, hunting, fishing and reading ... Lists his entire family, both immediate and extended as the most influential people in his athletic career ... Favorite pro team is the Pittsburgh Steelers and favorite pro player is Troy Polamalu ... Plans to major in biology and pursue a career in the investigative/intelligence branch of government.